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Celebrating 65 r ea r s In Th e Tanzpa Bay Area ' \ I liS I 1m ames SEE STORY ON PAGE 2 FBLA HOSTS BUSINESS LUNCH MEETING AT RESTAURANT Last Wednesday students enrolled in the Future Business Leaders of America at Van Buren Middle School held their business meeting at Red Lobster Restaurant on East Busch Blvd. The students were accompanied by Roland Williams, teacher and Advisor of FBLA, and Ms. Terri Thomas, teacher and FBLA Co-Advisor. During the meeting, Ms. Cheryl Walter, manager at Red Lobster, was more than delighted to share her experiences and advice on competition with the students. Among those in attendance at the meeting shown in this photograph are: Ms. Terri Thomas, teacher and Co-Advisor, Bradley Conley, Santiago Marin, Jessica Allen, Jasmine Martinez, Marlanda Jean-Baptiste, Howard Gonzalez, Norberto Pena, and Roland Williams, teacher and FBLA Advisor. (Photography by BRUNSON) Church Gets National Landmark Honor SEE PAGE 3 1st Motorcycle Ride Benefits Education SEE PAGE 9 Woman Wins Car In lues Contest SEE PAGE 3 Friend In Coma; Suspect Arrested SEE PAGE 2

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0 r-Features 0 M :I: u a: ct ::2 Woman Names Son-In-Law As Her Killer c A Lak e land woman who was critically inj ured, i s said to hav., regained wnscious-_ ness long e nough to name h er alleged kill e r She di e d after r eac hing the hospital Thurs day eve ning According t o po l ice, the s h oot i ng took p lace a t an apart me nt th e s u spec t h i s wif e, a nd h e r m o ther s h a r e d s h o rtl y b e f o r e 7 p m. Thurs day. Christopher Valentine Hibbert, 25, and hi s wif e, Shaquan, r eporte dl y b e cam e e n g a ge d in an argu m e nt ov e r h e r vehicle. Th e qu arre l continue d and at so m e point, Hibbert left the room allegedl y armed himse lf with a handgun located in the master bedroom, and returned. Acco rdin g to th e affidavi t Hibbert r eturne d t o the f a mil y room w h e r e his wif e c a n d motherin -l aw, id e nti a: fied as Ms. Rose Ann LL. c z < c en w ::l 1-> a: w > w Smith, wer e Hibbert i s a l lege d t o h ave s t oo d a b o ut five f ee t a w ay fr o m Ms. Smith wh e n h e fir e d two s hots striking h e r in th e upper chest and low e r ab-domen. Hibbert then turned to hi s wif e and reportedly p o int e d the h andg un a t h er. MS. ROSE ANN SMI T H ... Fatally s h o t b y Son-In-Law Mrs. Hibbert to l d police she begged for he r l ife a n d Hibbert to l d her if s h e d i dn t tell t he police t h e sam e t hi ng h e d i d, he would s h oo t her. H e is alleged to h ave then turne d t o Ms. Smith a nd fir e d a thi r d s h o t a t h e r b o dy, stri kin g h e r in th e upp e r thi g h P olice s t a t e d in th e a ffi d a vit that Hibbert ca ll e d g -1 1 a nd t o ld th e op e r a tor that s om e on e had attempte d sui cide. Emergency personnel ar ri ved at the apartment and found Ms. Smith uncons ciou s. How eve r s h e r e ga in e d c on s ciou s n ess and c w ::I: en ::::i m AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE ::l D. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m I ...J w z i= z w en < c IRIIPioftJssional StJIViCtJI Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee .. Kill e d Mother-In-Law over car to l d police a n d e m e r ge ncy pe r so nn e l th a t s h e h a d b een s h o t b y Christopher Hibbert. Ms. Smith was t r a n s po rt e d to L ake l and R eg i o n a l Me di ca l Cente r w h e r e s h e was p ro n ounce d d ea d a t 11: 0 7 p.m. p o li ce sa id. Hibbert was arres t e d and c h a r ge d with 15 1 d eg r ee murde r and a gg r a v a t e d assault. H e i s b e in g h e ld at the Polk Coun ty J a il without bond. Hibbert is a Jamaican national and was in possession of $1 ,600 in Jamaican currency at the time of his arrest. Mrs. Hibbert told po lic e that she has b ee n a victim of domestic violence for the pas t 3112 y e ars. Stabbing Victim In Coma: Suspect Arrested Timothy Jackson i s in a coma and i s show n with the mothe r of his children, E d e n Charles Ta mp a P olice h ave a r res t ed a m a n s u s p ec t e d in a sta bbin g in c id e nt S a turd ay. P olice said Timothy Jackson, 23, a nd Willie Daniels, 28, wer e involved in a n alt e r c a t ion in th e 300 blo c k o f Woodl a wn. Durin g th e a lt e r cation Daniels r eporte dl y produce d a knif e and allegedl y stabbed Jackson in the chest. Aft e r th e incid e nt, polic e sa id Daniels jumpe d into a ve hicl e and fle d th e a r e a. H e was arrest e d Sunda y b y polic e and h a s b ee n charg e d with at t e mpted se cond-d egree mur d er. Jackson i s ho s pitaliz e d a nd reported to b e in a coma and in s e riou s condition. Eden Charles, th e moth e r of Jackson's three childr e n s aid s h e r e c e i ve d a phone c all s aying Timothy had b ee n s hot When I got to th e s cene, h e was laying on the ground. H e had to b e r es u s citat e d a cou-WILLIE D AN I ELS .... arrest e d in stabbing pic of l i m es before t h y could t ake him to th e h ospi t al. I h ave no idea w h a t t h y were argu i ng a b o ut. T h e r was a c hil d r e n 's p a rty go in g o n a n d a l o t o f p eop le we r e drinkin g Charles sa i d s h e a nd Jackson m ove d into R ob! s P a rk f our yea r s ago afte r living n o rth o f F l t h r A v nue. h a l so said Daniels a nd Jackson kn e w eac h oth e r a n d s p e n t tim e togeth er. Charles s aid Jackson suf f e r e d a s tab wound to hi s h ea rt and th ey a r e w a itin g for a n update from hi s doctor s. Daniels' moth e r Brenda Chapman, said s h e wis h es th e b es t for Timothy. M y s on and Tim w e r e lik e brothe r s I don t know what happe n e d th a t m a d e Jiim d o thi s Th e entire thin g i s kind of w e ird, and I don t under s t and what happe n e d T hey w e r e tog e th e r a lmo s t e v e ry d ay." Chapman s aid s h e do es n t b elieve h e r s on m eant to hu r t Jackson, and s h e wis h es th e be s t for him and s h e hop es he'll b e fin e ''I'm praying for him alon g with hi s famil y." a: 0 ...J LL. Investigators -lfthere is a dispute on how the accident occured The Tampa Chapter ofTheJ ..iaks, .. t I Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedesbian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... _.,,..._...,._ ___ ,.,. .. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week

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c Church Gets National Tampa Woman Wins Car Historical landmark In Buccaneer Contest Recognltlon BY LEOJ'Ii B. CREWS BY IRIS B. HOLT O N S entine l City Editor On Friday, April 2"d, a t 12:30 p m., th e rich his tor y of th e church will be preserved with a ceremony declaring it as a National His t orica l Landmark. The theme for the even t is "If You Sow It, G o d Will Grow It." Grea ter New Salem Primi tive Bapti st Church is one of Tampa 's ea rli es t c hurch es catering to th e rel igiou s needs of the N r ican Ameri ca n communi ty Th e churc h cam e int o exi s t e nce in 1905 Rev. G. S. Crawford, p astor o f Mount Mori a h Primiti v e Bapti s t Church initially o r ganized th e church in a one-room building on 9th Stre et. Rev. T. Goley was named as its first pastor and later organized the construc tion of a new building at 914 2"d Avenue From its inception, the church continued to redefine itself. Rev. W. M. Scott served as the senior pastor for nearly 40 years It was under his leadership that the church purchased its first parsonage and constructed a new, larger edifice ofbrick on the same site. During the mid 1960s, the church was among the build ings razed as a of the City's first Urban Program Services were held FYI: ELDER THEODIS LANE Pastor, New Salem Primitive Baptist Church at th e Odd F ello w s H all on C e ntral Ave nu e and Scott Street. Determined to remain in the area, Rev. Richard H. Howard and members lo cate z c -'"T1 :r:J 6 ;a:... "<

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editorials/Columns 0 M :I: u a: < ::E c en w :J 1-c a: u.. c z < c en w :J 1-> a: w > w c w :::: en :::J m ::::: ll. z tu ...J ...J ::::: m I ...J w z z w en < c a: 0 ...J u.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 1 2207 21st Ave nue Tampa F l ond a 33605 ( 8 3 ) 2 48 -192 Pubhshed E ve ry Tuesday and Frid ay By FLOR IDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISH ING Co ., M ember of Na t iOnal Ne w spaper Publishers Association ( N NPA ) POSTMASTER : Send Ad dress Change To Aorlda Sentlnel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 PerJOdicaJ Postage Pa id At Tampa F L C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n ( 1945) W W Andrews 1874-1931 ( 1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1931}-201 0 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COB6, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS CLASSIFIED MANAGER S u b scn p tio ns $44 00 6 Months Both Edit io ns : $87 00-Per Year Both Edi tions Opmons expressed on edl1onal pages of th1s n e w spaper by Colummrt s or Guest W n t ers. do no l necessanly reflect l he ed11 onal s l ance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the P ublisher Tving Teacher Pav To Student Test Performance Is Not A Good Idea F or the last time, Florida Legislators, please leave education to people who have some idea what they are doing! We are referring to people who have been properly educated and trained in the teaching profession, educational management and measuring student performance. Indeed, as if the failure of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test (FCAT) was not enough, now some Florida Republicans are pushing legislation to hog-tie teacher salaries and employment to how well students perform on tests. Under the threat oflosingtheir Florida teaching certificates if student-performance does not increase in four out of five years, teachers would then become responsible for the progress of students who may or may not even come to school on a regular basis. Furthermore, what happens to teachers who must teach children with learning disabilities or language Only fair, objective and consistent evaluations by principals and/or peers will be able to identify, train or poor performing teachers. So, for the last time, Legislators, stop listening solely to politicians regarding teacher performance. Instead, learn from the ones who work in the classrooms. Tarpon Springs' First Black Mavor They came from the Bahamas, Key West, Georgia and Archer, Florida among other places throughout the American South and the Caribbean. And what they found in Tarpon Springs was a Greek Conuilunity who didn't take read:iJy to outsiders, especially to Black outsiders. But Black people stay.ed, anyway. And the rest. became history. But last Tarpon Springs onee again made_history, as it inst8lled David Archie, as mayor of that world-renowned city. David. Archie is Black. So, we stand in line to congratulate both Tarpon Springs native David Archie and the citizens of Tarpon Springs for doing what larger cities, including Tampa, Clearwater and St. Petersburg, have not been able or willing to do. Wrth a population of 22,554, Tarpon Springs boastS a Black population of 6 percent. Yet, the recent election of a Black mayor serves as a shining example of what a community can do when a commitment is "=t made to place qualifications over skin color. w David Archie, a long-time community advocate and member of the Bom;d of City Commissioners is a grad-uate of Florida A&M-Uuiw:nrity. Tenure Is A Thing OIThe Past I f the Florida State Legis latur e h as its way, t enure for teachers will be a thing of th e p ast For years teachers in th e State have depended on t enure. Tenure is a process that makes it very difficult to fire a n y tea c h er. Tenure offers a teacher job sec uri ty after a short prob a tion p e riod G etti n g rid o f t enure i s real l y not a bad thing. Good t eac h ers don t n ee d th e pro t ec tion of t enure. Good teacher s will always hav e a job. Every sc hool and every school district is always l ook ing for good t eac hers. Man y beli eve that tenure has turned some good teach ers into bad teachers and B efore Marian Anderson, Mahalia Jackson, J essye NOrman, Leontyne Price and other Black female opera stars, Sissieretta JoynerJones, a grand and light op eratic singer who also sang popular music, took center stage throughout America and around the world. Born in 1869 in Portsmouth, Virginia to an African Methodist Episcopal minister and to his soprano voice wife, Jeremiah and Henrietta Joyner, Sissieretta Joyner was raised in Providence, Rhode Island. At age 14, Sissieretta mar ried a news dealer and hotel bellman, David Jones, who supported her musical talent. She attended the Providence Academy of Music and the New England Conservatory in Boston where she studied under well-known operatic singers and teachers Ada Baroness Lacombe and k e pt some bad t eachers in classrooms for far too l ong. Some believe that tenure h as ca u sed orne good t each e r s t o become l azy unim ag in a ti ve and d e di ca t e d to d oi n g just eno u gh t o get by. It m ay s hock t eac h ers to l ea rn just how few t eac h ers will b e affec t e d b y the e lim i nation of tenure. First of all, mo s t of our t each ers a r e goo d d e di ca t e d p eo pl e d e t e rmin e d to give their s tudents the best e ducation possible. As good t eac hers get o lder and more experienced, they get bett er. The y get eve n b e tter and they seek new and better ways to educate their children. Good teachers see Flora Batson, respectively In 1887, Sissieretta culminated years of public singing at schools, festivals and her father 's church by singing be fore s,ooo people at Boston 's music Hall the launch of her national fame. In addition she won inter national acclaim and recog nition at her successful debut at the W aBack Theatre in New York, in 1888. Famed Italian operatic star Adelina Patti's manager recommended that Sissieretta tour the West Indies with the Tennessee Jubilee Singers of Fisk Uni versity, a tour that lasted six months and earned Sissieretta rnany medals . Over the next ten years, Sissieretta performed at the White Hol}se for Presidents Harrison, Cleveland, McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt. She perfornied for the British royal family in Eng land, and toured Europe, t lwir chi ld rl'ns failur l n s an i nd ica ti o n th a t nrt.' fnila nd th a t they h t\'t' not b ee n abl e t o reach thtir hil dren. Students of America no l o ng r ju. t com pe t<' agninst eadt other. Today, we liv in a globa l \ vor l d 1.m d our c hild ren must compe t e with chi ld ren from all ov r th world M a n y of our tea h rs h av a l ready moved in th a t direc ti o n in t ac hin g th ir hild ren. Good t ea h rs k p up with the l a t es t t re nd s in du cat i o n The th o u ru1ds and thousands of teach e r s lik e thi s don't n ee d tenure. Eve n t eac h rs will ad mit th a t there a r a numb r of b ad t eac h e r s in our sys t m and th e ir pres n ee do s a n e du ca tion a l injustice t o our boys and g irl s. If one rott e n app l e ca n poil th e who l e barrel of apples, one bad t each e r can s poil a whole school. So teachers don t worry about the lo ss of tenure. It will onl y mak e e du cat ion Germany England, Ire land, South America and b eca m e the first Black performer to appear at the Carnegie Con cert Hall. During her tours, Sissieretta received gifts of diamonds, emeralds, a dia mond tiara and medals from such notables as President Hippolyte of Haiti, the Gov ernor-General of a W est In dies island, the citi zens of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands and the Irish People of ProVidence However, racism dogged Sissieretta and pushed her into performing ethnic songs and prevented her from per forming in venues s uch as the Metropolitan Opera. Nevertheless, as early as 1892, Sissieretta earned as high as $2,000 a week Even tually, Sissieretta formed her own troupe of jugglers, comedians, dancers and singers irl' which she performed operatic acts. The troupe traveled throughout the country for nearly 20 years. Even though Sissieretta died a pauper in 1933 ; having sold nearly all of her property and jewels, her Jegacy paved the road to for such women as Anderson, Jackson, Norman and Price. Hara.xp.bee. :

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HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--Put a serene face on creative challeng<'s. Blend your desires with those of your partner. De, ote part oi each day to developing c r ea tive talents. They blend into a packagt.' of skills that enhance you r career a nd your r elations hip Aries (March 21-April 19) What eve r problem you face today, develop more than one method o f attack. Your first thought may be the best, but remain open to sugge tions. Taurus (April 20-May 20) Don't plan on getting credit for anything today Someone else takes th e glory, or you have t o wait until lat er. Either way, you know you did your best. Gemini (May 21-June 21) Y ou aren t ready t o get back t o work yet. Part o f you r mind is back at th e party, e njoying friends and family. Put daydreams on the back burner. Cancer (June 22-July 22) W o rk from h ome today if you can. You11 get a lot more done, and associates will use the time t o do their own thing. Produ ctivity abo unds. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-You get you r marching orders and move into action immediately A f e male provides extra goodies to make th e transition easier. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You achieve balanc e t oday when you continue you r c r eative work while also e n cou r aging a female with hers. H elp only as n eeded. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Gentle persuasion works wonders at home. The l ess pressure you apply, the more successful th e outcome Share your goal with others. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You get a chance to try new m ethodo logi es Cons ider thi s a s tre ss te s t of your rationale In clude both g e nders in your opinion poll. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Dig deep int o your bag of magic tricks and produce an illusion of wealth for your public ap pearance. Simple and e l egant does it every time. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)This is n o time to s top mov ing forward Use pressure if you mu st, but remember: You n eed everyo n e's creative input, so don't force th e i ss u e Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Make every word count. You on l y get o n e chance to s tate your case. Be s ur e y ou mean what you say. Then accept the consensus opinion. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Hard work earlier thi s month pa ys off now in the form of extra money, e ither as dir ec t incom e or as a budg e t for a lon ger-te rm project. SOAPS OPERA SPOilERS ALL MY CHILDREN Annie dodg es a bull e t ; Ryan wants D avid b e hind bars; Greenlee's suspicio u s of Ryan s Anni e doubts JR' s sincerity; seems lik e old times for Brooke and Erica; David puts hi s heart on the lin e D a mon impresses Angie at the hospital; Jack question s Bro o k e abo ut h e r f ee lings for Adam; Colby acc us es JR of trying to se duc e Annie AS THE WORLD TURNS D etai l s of Du sty's attack a r e r e vealed; Luke and Reid share a moment at the hospital. Liberty and Janet receive good news; Faith help s Gabriel land a job. Molly and Faith bond ov e r their thoughts of Lily; Rocco s intentions for Dusty are questioned. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUfiFUL Taylor asks Steffy to be .her maid of honor; Hope introduces Oliver to Ridge and pro poses that he create the music for the new advertising campaign; Stephanie asks Taylor if she is sure about marrying Whip, and she warns Whip not to hurt Taylor. Whip announces his engagement to T&ylor to the Jackie M group; Taylor asks Eric not to bring Don .na to -the wedding; Eric asks Stephanie to move into their Steffy taunts Hope; Stephanie asks Taylor to consider if .she is absolutely over Ridge. Eric reminisces about his and Stephanie s first Steffy flirts with Oliver; Ridge is notice ably bothered by Taylor moving on; Pam pushes Donna's buttons about Stephanie moving into the guesthouse. . DAYS OF OUR LIVES Fay begs Nicole not to go back to Salem; Philip asks Carly to give Melanie some space ; Chloe wit nesses a bonding mom 'ent between Daniel and Melanie; Hope tries to play matchmaker for Justin; Chloe vows not to let early come between her and Daniel. EJ reveals his love for Sami to Syd ney; Arianna confronts Nicole about her pursuit of Brady; Sami seeks to reconcile with Rafe; Nicole reveals her presence to Saini; Carly and Melanie work professionally as doctor and nurse to save a patient. EJ learns from Arianna that NiCole is back in town; Nicole and Sami fight; Chloe goes off on Carly; Nicole agrees to tell Roman everything; Stephanie tells Adrienne that she thinks Nathan is moving past Melanie. GENERAL HOSPITAL Sonn y loses control in the coqrtro9m; Alexis wants Luke to stay awa y frqm Kristina ; Maxie de cides to fight to stay alive. Kristina lashes out at Sonny; Jason and Sam don' t see eye-to-eye; Luke urges Ethan not to run Olivia defends .Sonny to Dante; Dante has a bad vibe about Kiefer; Skye sails back into town. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Schuyler turns the tables on Mitch; Marty faces a medical emergency Allison drops a bomb on her captiv e audience ; John has a surprising suggestion for Marty. Rex s world is shattered; Schu yler gets the upper hand when it come5 to Allison and Mitch;Langston wants answers from Ford : THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS --Billy arid Victoria give in to passion; Chloe gives Chance an answer. Phyllis learns about Victoria s new man ; Patty receives a startling message about Adam. Daisy and R yder get caught; Jill deals with the ramifications of her actions. At the 22nd Street Church Of God Banquet were Charlie Mae Mathis and Betty Jean Gaines. Ed Reaves and Jeanette Wingfield were at-the Sickle Cell Red and White Ball. Sonya Garcia, Dr. Lorraine K. Harris, .Stella I,.ett, and PeLoris Oliver were all in attendance at the AKA's Cluster ll Meeting. . > :::0 (') X w 0 1\.) 0 0 .., r-0 :::0 I en m z ::! z m l tD c: r r-z "tJ c: tD r-Cii X m c m < m m en c > z c c C) m U1

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A Road Map ForA Loser BY ClARENCE BARR, II I remember years ago when I was in schoo l everyone showed up for class. Thugs nerds punk rockers, cool kids, we all made it before the first b e ll r a ng because that's what we did back then. Don t get me wrong, we had our days when we skipped But, for the most C part, we knew how far to go a: before we put our chances to LL c g r ad u a te in jeopardy Z To us wearing th e cap and gown, walking across stage and taking a picture with (J) our diploma meant something Unfortunately things t-have changed Today it seems as though a number of young people W don' t recognize the valu e and benefits that come with finishing school. They would much rather drop out, beat block and drive their while making promises to.obtain a w G.E D at some later point in ..J ..J :::l m I ..J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J LL time Apparently a lot of these adolescent geniuses feel like they've mastered something b y the age of sixteen that others still haven' t figured out at forty. And since it seems that no one can tell them anything to the contrary, I've decided to try to help them along by giving them the top 8 things they can expect to experience as they navigate the path of adulthood ill-equipped. 8.) Dead End Jobs-So school was too lame_ huh? Well that' s good news for the rest of society. The world can always use more people to dig ditches empty port-a-potties and clean windshields at intersections. 7.) Unwanted Pregnancy --With all the extra time on your hand s I im ag ine yo u 'll be spending count l ess hour s with yo ur dropout boyfriend or girlfriend. Since yo u won t be able to afford to keep buying condoms, and walking to the clinic can b e a drag, it won't b e long before a baby dropout enters th e pict ure. But th e r e is a bright s ide. Since this should h appen around your 18th birthday, y ou 'll have the chance to be one of those cool, young grandparents when your child has kids at an early age also. 6.) Bad Credit -In the midst of going from job to job, you still try to fake the appearance of success by liv ing well beyond your means It won' t take long before your poor spending habits start to ca.tch up with you. A history of bounced checks and unpaid credit card balances make you a dream customer for buy here/pay here car dealerships every where. s.) Low-Income Housing --This may be where you end up after your dropout boyfriend disappears. Since you don t make enough money to support yourself and your child alone, the government will gladly throw you into a Section 8 housing complex with hundreds of other ) Jung women in the sam e p redicament. If misery lo ves com pan), you' ll have no sho rtage of h o se guests. 4 ) Stree t T .ife --B y now you will h a v e realized that your lack of education and skills makes you almost I ' l ) ' I -. . I co w "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself Sentinel Bulletin (813) 248-1921 ____________ You begin tu pend more and more time hu tling to sur.iw. This. of cou rse, l ea d s you t o opera t e o n th e ''To n g id e o f th e l a w In e \ita bly y o u e nd up h ea d in g traight t o the ne.\.1 t op on thi s li t... 3.) Prison-I don't know the exact numbe r but I'll estima t e tha t w ell ov e r 8o% o f an y pri so n p o p ulation neve r gradua t e d high school. That doe n t mean that a ll dropouts will end up b e hind a wal l. But I will say that the lif e yo u re forced to live without an education could make you m y n ext cellm a te. You mi ght want to t ell th em to give you an ext ra bl a nk et. It gets real cold on tha t top bunk. 2.) Bring Your Own Bottle --Now that you have the label co n victed felon, to go alon g with y our dropout status, yo u 've just about reached rock bottom. Time for a beer I gu ess But you can't go to one of those hip jazz spots. One of your old classmates who actually did something with their lives might see you. To avoid that uncomfortable encounter, y ou might want to just head to the neighbor hood hole-in-the-wall You know the place where big momma used to go to pick up your drunken uncle every Friday night? Not only can you be around other failures like yourself, but yo u ll be able to carry on the family tradition. 1.) Welcome to Loserville --The road you re on eventually stops here. You ll wake up one day a fiftysomething-years-old, man or woman, wondering where the time went. You will have spent the previous 34 years struggling to _get by, just because you didn t take the importance of education seriousl y You 're broke, alone and can't belie ve how it all happened. You hate everyone and everything, but mo s t of you r hate is reserved for y ourself because yo u created your own situation. It may seem far-fetched now. But the more you think you have it all figured out and it can t happen to you, that's when it does. Sta y in school. Write to Clarence Barr at: Clarence Barr, II 43110-018 Bennettsville Federal Correctional Institution P. 0. Box 52020, Bennettsville SC, email him at cbarr2@ oa s i snovel s .com and visit his m y space page at: www.clarencebarr / mys_pacepage com All About You USA and GARY MOORE Happ y birthday to Gary. From, your twin Lisa Gail. I lo v yo u and burr home Happy 26th Binhdav, Pun VALENCIA And PUFF From your baby mama and kids. 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0 Militar.y News Airmen Graduate From Basic Training < Four bay area young adults ::!: who became members of the c en w :::> ..,_ armed forces recently gra du ated from basic training. All f o ur completed basic trainin g a nd graduated at LackJand Air Force Base, in San Antonio Texas The airmen completed an inten sive, eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and s tudies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and ba sic warf are principles and skills. Airmen who complete basi c training ea rn four credits to ward an associate in applied scie nce degree through th e Community College of th e Air Force Air Force Airman Satura K. Everett is the daughter of AIRMAN SATURA EVERETf Sharise Edwards, of Tampa and Brenton Everett, of St. Pet e r sb urg. She is a 2009 graduate of Tampa Bay Technical High School. Air Force Reserve Air-AIRMAN CRAIG JORDEN man Craig S. Jorden is th e so n of Craig Jorden, of Tampa, a nd Gwendolyn Carter, of Clearwater. Jorden is a 2005 graduate of Middleton High School. Air Force Airman Stetson AIRMAN STETSON M. NASH M. Nash is the son of Debra Nathan and Michael Nash, botl1ofTampa. Hei a 2007 g radu ate of Thoma J effe rso n High School. Air Force R eserve Airman 1st Class Austin D. Williams i th on f Andrea Craddock, of P a lm Harbor and th grand on of Josephine Townsend, of Ta mpa. He i a 2007 radu ate of Dixi Hollin s Hi h School, K nn th ity. Militarv Personnel Completes Training At Fort Sill a: U.. Several young adults from the ba y area h ave successfully <( compl e t e d ba sic training at Fort Sill, in Lawton Oklac homa. The graduates comen pleted nine weeks of training exercises and received instruc.,_ tion in drill and ceremonies, ij: military courtesy, militaryjusw tice, physical fitness, first aid, rifle marksmanship, weapons c use, map reading and land W navigation, foot marches, armed and unarmed combat :::i and field and tacal" ;::, tics . D.. They also learned the z Army missiOB, history tradii= tion, and core values : Among the graduates are: :5 Army Pc. J. m l)indyal, who is the son of ..!I Gloria and a 2007 -graduate of King High School. i= Army Pvt. Diangelo M Gaynor, who i s th e so n of Chiquita Douglas, a nd a 2009 graduate of H e rnando High School in Brooksville Army Pvt. Joshua E. Green, who is the son of Joseph Green of Ocean Springs, Miss and Carol Ahquin, and a 2009 graduate of Harrison Central High School, in Gulfport, Missis sippi. Army Pvt. Jeremy M. Minsky, who is the son of Stuart Minsky and -Julie Minsky; an
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Local -i c m (/) '1st Motorcvcle Ride For Education' Planned 0 l> _-< BY IRlS B. IIOLTO.:\ Sentinel City Editor \Vhtn Owen Young 11a-; appointed a'i the principal of \1 idd let on II igh School. his goal was to make a positi, e impact. lie 'ie t about meeting th e c hallenges by creating a partners hip with th e stud e nt s parents, and commu nity. and tlL'th1lOb l> :D () uth1'1' thing:-;. Young furth1r :;;tid. "S1 1 -:r: nf the Sl'lwul Bu;ml nll'mlwrs a rc to atknd 1\> ;tnd had an of :-;upport. C'hil'f .Jant C as-o to1 has also cndnrsl' d it. We will haw food. m u sic. and we I'L' l>X pel' t i n g a Ia rgc crowd. We j u st wa nt o n c t o com e o ut and h ave a good time ... H e also d ecided t o bring new and innovative ideas to a sc ho o l rich in heritag e On Saturday, Apri l 3 "1 Young will host the 1 Annua l Mo torcycle Ride For Educa t i o n ." Registrat ion for the eve n t w ill begin a t 8 a. m. Thi s co uld possibl y b e the fir s t time a schoo l has h e ld a motorcycle rid e education. Middleton High School is preparing for the "First Annual Motorcycle Ride For Education" on Saturday. Shown in this photograph from left to right: Dr. Joseph Paight, Middleton High School Psychologist; Ms. Janine Morales, Magnet Secretary, Principal Owen Young, Patrick Storey, and Patrick Davis, School Resource Officer. Membe r s of th e community a n d b ik e clubs are 1 e l o m e t o attend th event. The event w ill leave Middl t o n and trave l thro u g h Ea s t Tampa, hi s t ori Ybo r ity, and th e n take a sc ni c r oute thro u g h T ampa B ay. The rid e will end at th e school. For additional information contact Ms. Rosemary Buchanan at (813) 233-3360, e xt. 267, or Dwayne Dennard at (813) 2 33 -The "Motorcy cl e Rid e For Education" i s a fundraise r for the school being sponsore d b y the Middleton High School Booster C lu b. all of the positive things that are going on at Middleton.'' Young said, "This is the fir s t time to our knowl edge tha t a school has sponsored a motorcycle ride for education. We're just trying to think outside the box and highlight The honorary lead rider is Charles Fleming, General Director of Staff Dev elopm ent for the Hillsborough County District School. Young said he will also ride his motorcycle during the e vent. Event participants in-Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 2607 E. 24th Ave. 241-241 1 Good Friday Service, Come hear the seven (7) last words of Jesus from the cross Seven (7) dynamic preachers will be teaching and preach i ng these seven (7) statements that Jesus made while hang ing on the cross one Friday. Come and h e ar how God turned this whole day around from what was a bad Friday into a good Friday. Don't m i ss thi s Thi s i s a dres s up day. L e t's put it on right to make a statem en t f o r our Lord Jesus. The program i s 12:00 Noon to 3:00 P.M. The Mass Choir w ill sing a nd o u r Adult U s hers will serve. The seven (7) Words with scripture and preachers (1) Father, forgiv e them; for they know n o t wha t th e y do. Luke 23:34 M i n Randy Randolph (2) V e rily I say unto thee, T o d a y shal t th o u be with m e in paradise Luke 23:43 -Rev. Brooklyn Nelson (3) E li Eli, lama Sabc hthani My G od, my God why h as t th o u f o r m e ? Matt. 27:46-Rev. Quantai Wash ington (4) I thirst J ohn 19:28 -Re v John Etheridge (5) \IVoman, behold thy son. John 19:26-Rev. Dann y Osborne (6) It i s finished. John 19:30 -Rev. J erry Alexander (7) Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit. Luke 23=46-Dr. Henry J.l.yons For your lunch during thi s three hour journey through the scriptures we will offer you hot fi sh dinners $5 00 and fish sandwiches $3.00 New Salem Missionary Baptist Church 405 N. Oregon Avenue Tampa, Fl33606 (813) 251-3389 elude health ag e nci es, U. S Census, the U S. Army, education services, and other local organizations. Various FY 1: v endors will be on hand as w ell as music. Prizes that will be given away include h e l mets, bike jacke ts free bike 3360, ex t. 2 32. LadieZ OfL. 0. V. E. L a di e Z of L. 0 V. E. presents Ro c k Ro ya l ty : The F o r gotte n D ress. The e v ent will b e h e ld Satur ay, A p r il 3, 2010, 7 -10 p m. a t T h e F e r g uson Law C enter, 1 610 N Tampa S t. Fo r m o r e informa ti o n contact ( 8 1 3 ) 369-299 4 o r ( 813) 802-2388. THE GREATER NEW SALEM PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH 1605 N. Nebraska Ave. Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 229-7634 'The Church With A Message Where A Stranger Meets A Friend And A Sinner Find s God." Church Theme: If You Sow It, God Will Grow lt. Invites Members, Past, Present And Future To Come Celebrate In The C eremony O f N e w S alem Be 'ing Recognized As A National Historical Landmark. F r iday, 2, 201 o 12:30 P .M. ., r-0 JJ 0 )> C/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c r r-z "tl c m c C/) :I: m 0 m < m -f c m C/) 0 )> z 0 JJ 0 C') m CD

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c Local Bethlehem Grand wonhv Matron Visits Tampa Grand Worthy Mildred..-\. Smith came to Tampa t o 'isit Area 10 as h e r final \isit for :wog. Sister Barbara Atkins St'rn' s as the Distril'l Deputy for An'n 10. Sister Smith stated the members of the o rganizati o n should always promo te lo, e, goodwill. and f ellowship the mcmlwrs. also rcnunnwnJect tlwy assist the s i sters and brothers o f the Order t o li, e m o r e m o ral and benc, ole nt liYes and t o contribute to charitiL'S and institutions of higher karning. Mntron Smith phll'cd s pecial emphasi on th e importance of th e community and th e r o l e in whi ch members of the order play With the arrival of the new year. Matron Smith s calendar b egan anew \\ith 58 Areas of the State of Florida t o be Yisitcct. Her role is t o ensure th 1 t lll of the ur!'ns are doing well. The meeting \vas ext remely productive a s Matron Smith discussed the community and the effec ts of the llcr words of \\isdom thi s yenr wrrt>, "}{eac h Out and Help Somebody." H e r departing words w ere, l\lay God continue t o s tore many blessings on you and your ci t y. On h and f o r the gi ft presentatio n to G r und Worthy M utron Mildre d A Smith were Brothe r Robert R Scott, l e ft Brothe r H arry Oldum, and S i s t e r B arbara Atkins < Guardian Ad Litem Needs Volunteers! > Shown in this photograph a r e Sis t e r Ann e Weatherington, S ister Mildred A Smith, Sis te a: w > w Sister Rosa Mickens, Worthy Matron, Golden Link #74, Brother Harry Oldum, worthy Patron, Bethel Chapel # 2 7 Sister Mildred A. Smith, Grand Worthy Matron, Bethlehem Grand Chapter, Sister Barbara A. Atkins, Area Deputy, Area to, Brother Robert R. Scott, Worthy Patron, Unity Chapter #164, Sister Almatina Williams, President of Matrons and Patrons .Council, Worthy Matron of Barbara A Atkins Chapter #35, and Sister Annette Jenkins, Worthy Shown in this P .hotograph from left to right are: Sister Annette Jenkins; Sister Doris Scott, -Sister Elizabeth "Liz" McQuay, Sister Willie P. Donaldson, Sister Gloria Woods, and Sister Anne Weatherington, District Area 10. Today i n H ill s b o rough County t here are 8oo c hil d r e n w h o currentl y n eed a G u a r d i a n ad L i te m T hese abu sed, abandon e d a nd n eg l ected c hildren fac e a j udi cia l system t hat does n o t hear w hat i s in t h eir best interests. T hat i s w h y G u ardia n ad L item exists. A n d that i s w h y Vo ices Fo r Children works tirelessl y o n it s b e h alf. Yo u Could Becom e a Gua rdian a d Lit e m If you a r e 19 years of age o r olde r h ave c ommon sense, good judgm ent and a heart with the room to h elp one of these children, you could b ecome a Guardian ad Lit e m This v oluntee r work i s import ant to c reati ng a s uccessf ul f u t u re for t h e child you h e l p. T h e next training session will begin on May 4, 2010. It will b e h e l d at Chri s t t h e J(jng C hurch located at 8 2 1 So u th Dal e Mabry Highway i n Tampa. Training wi ll run e ve r y T u es d ay and Thurs d ay for a p p r oxi matel y 5 we e ks. Ca ll for more i nfo rmation a b o u t atten d ing a t raining seminar scheduling a preintervi e w or t o becom e a G uardia n a d L item a t 813-272-5110 or email Allyn. Far:yniaszGal.FL. Goy f o r m o r e informati o n. If not y ou, wh o? V isit vfcgal. o rg o r ca ll (813) 272-5110 today ENJ Barber Shop 7105 N. Nebraska Ave (813) 232 0494 i 10% 1PRINGlif----c.i-. --Currently Have 2 Barbers & 1 Stylist Mr. 10% Off Medication Remqval From Hair Hal r Color & Relaxers (Naiiiaste Products) Hours : Mon Tues., Thurs., Fri & Sat. 6 P.M. Closed Wednesday & Sunday lOAD READY TOURS :,if .. '-........ :2' COME JOIN THE GROUP -JOIN THE FUN Sat. 3/27 -Hard Rack casino (Immokalee ) $30 Per Person 4/11 4/14 -Pearl River ReSort castno $199 Per Person Spring Break Holiday" In Phil adelph ia, S Receive $25 Free Play 3/$10 Food Coupons 5/28 5/31 -Gullah Festival -Beaufort sc $350 Per Person Memorial Day Weekend Eojoy The History & Culture Of The Gullah People Tour Beaufort; Famous Entertainers Each Night 8/30 9/04 -Atlantic City -Bally s Casino -( 3 Nights) Receive $45 Free Play 3/$10 Food Coupons 1 N i grrt.ln Charleston SC & 1 N i ght In $430 Per person Myrtle Beach ReceiVe Breakfast Each Morning Please lloc* ... Ill Deadlines Do Apply Payml]!l1t Plans Available Road Ready rours (#ST -37247) 9885 US Highway 301 North Tampa, FL 33837 (813) 984-1062

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Female rtists Join Forces Artist Encourages ; Others To Be Creative BY LEO B. CREW ntinel taffWriter The entertainment industry is tough. When it come to women, it's even tougher, be cause very few of them are taken seriously or seen as artists. Lady Karar-D i s mor e th a n aware of that, based on p e r sona l experience and what s h e's b ee n told by oth e r women trying to find their paths In January 2010, Lad y Karar-D met Vonnie Vonshay, Jubilee, and Janu at an awards s how, and the ladie s talked about creating more op portunities for themselves I s tared out wanting to cre ate an anthem for Tampa and bring together most of the best arts in the area," said Lady Karar-D. "What I've done instead is to bring together a collection of the top female artists in Tampa to bring a unit ed front to hip hop. The ladi es a l ready hav e re ceived quite a reception and gotten a lot of positive feed back. They are currently work ing or appearing at some sh ows and looking forward to bigg e r and better things From right to left: Janu, Vonnie Vonshay, Lady K.arar-D, and Jubilee. "It can be very frustrating getting everyone on the same page and understanding that this is something we all can be proud of," said Lady KararD "We are individual s, but as the old saying goes, there i s stre ngth in numbers. Lady Karar-D said s h e first tried doing this in Jul y 2009, but it didn t happen. This year, however everyone was hungry and ready to go. "My goal is to create diff e rent opportunities and as an artist myself, I und ers t and th e im p ortance of empow erme nt. I also want people to know through unity, it can b e don e Local promot ers have lis tened to their music and given them their support, including one in Arizona. Each young lady has their own unique background. Lady Karar-D has a Bache lor 's degree from the Univer sity of Florida in Business Administration and Mass Communication. She also pro duces h er own music. Vonnie Vonshay is infa mous for h er attitude, but reas sures all th at it is in fact a po s itive one. She is compl eting her sen ior yea r at the Univer sity of South Florida seeking a degree in communications and p e rformance. Jubilee and Janu hav e both worked hard and long to be ac cepted in the industry as seri ous artists, and will nev e r compromise themselves for the sake of success. BY B. REW tuff\\ rit r For m o r e th a n 10 years, Junine Jacluion ha crea ted in v ario u s aspc ts. 11 ing a rylic and oil paint illus truli n soft w are applicatio n image-dit ing program and l andard p n a nd p e n cil. Jackson utili z a ari ty f tool that a ist h r in r atin work that fo u on th strength, power and b auty found in every asp ct Jackson aid h tart d in elementary chool cr ating dif ferent thing "As a stud nt, w creat d things to enterta in our elv After that, it just became natu r a l for me to create thing from a p e rspective. Jackson sa id other than art, h e r other int erests are h olistic h ea lth self dev e l opment, and natural h air care. She a l so sa id h e r par e nts h ave b ee n very up portive of h e r art. I owe th e m a l ot, b eca u se th ey a llow ed me to do my own thing "Asid e from myself my moth er i s very creative. She's more of an appreciator, dealing in hom e d ec or and interior d e s igns. Jackson is a graduate of Florida A&M Univ e rsity with a Head Start/ Early Head Start Now Accepting Applications Hillsborough County Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a proud recipient of Federal Stimulus Funds for program expansion to serve 400 additional infants, toddlers, children and expectant mothers. You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with an impairment affecting the chi l d's ability to learn Additionally, eligibility for Head Start program: Have a child who was 3 years old before September 1, 2009 Additionally, eligibility for Early Head Start program: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally, eligibility for Expectant Parent Program: Are a pregnant mother in her 1st or 2nd trimester Head Start is pleased to partner in this expansion with: METROPOliTAN MINISTRIES HOPE U'IS HERE County PVIILIC SCHOOI.S I Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/ headstart/ For more information on enrolling, call 813-272-5140 (TTY 813-301-7173) 'Transportation Not Provided" Hills borough County Head Start/Early Head Start i s a federally funded program, operated by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Department of Children's Services. Funds for a two-year expansion effort (2009/2010 2010 / 2011) are provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsboroug h County Publi c Schools, Lutheran Services Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA t o provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on diSability. :I: "0 c OJ r CJ) :I: m c m < m :::0 -< c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :::0 c

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0 (") J: (.) a: t-The id-Winter Open was A Blast Last weekend, the MidWinte r Gol f Tourna m ent was held a t Roger s P a r k G olf Course and it was a bl as t. It was a r eunion of old fri ends, a m elding of the p a t the present and the future. It was a w ell attende d golf tourname nt. The pro divi s ion wa s r e all y a blas t. Excluding Tiger Woods, the three best golfe r s tha t Blacks have to offer today w e r e on hand and they put on a s how. > Youn g George Bradford, Don Wright and Tim a: O'Neal represent the best LL Black golfers we have b ehind Tiger Woods. < For two days, the three battle d and after 36 h o les, Tim O'Neal s h o t 68-70 for UJ 138 Don Wright 68-69 for :::> t-137 and George Bradford, 69-68 for 13 7. UJ Bradford best e d Wright > w in a one-hole playoff. Some C so pros and so amateurs w :::t: made up the field (/) ::i m ;:::) D.. z What Should Tiger Say? Tiger Woods is going to bold a press conference the week of the The d a v will b e a 1 onda v. E v e r y b o d y i s t elling Tiger w h a t h e need to say. I thought I would throw m y two cents in. Tiger should ay, "Good morning, I want to thank al l of you for coming. I am so happy to be back playing competiti ve go lf. l hope my play doesn't stink up the place this week. I want to apologize for a n y agony I may have cause d. I want to thank you a ll for your patience and understanding. I apologize to the world o n ce aga in for m y misguide d sexual conduct. I want to apol ogize to the women tha t I got in vo l ve d in this sex u a l misconduc t. I want to apologize t o m y sponsors and the go l f tour. Most importantly, I want to apologize to m y wife and m y family An y other inform ation i s between m e and m y wife. I am here to try and win the Masters and I will only t alk about golf whil e I am h ere. w _, _, ;:::) m I _, w z z w (/) 3608 N. 15th lCorner Of lakeJ a: 0 _, LL For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cook i ng Thursday -Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs Special Discounts For Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And Large Orders. """ Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.tlsenti l.com Now Wrth On-line And More! Brooks-DeBanolo School Highlights Two Hoop Stars From left to right: Assi s tant Coach Mi s DLxon K yann Pow coach, Dexter Bryant. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Brooks-DeBartolo Co llegiate High School feature d two of the t o p ba s k et ball p l aye r s in Hillsborough County this year. Junior, Keyann Powell l e d the county in scoring wit h 23.7 points a game and h e r teammate, sophomore, Victoria Hopps pl ace d 7th in sco ring wit h 17.1 points a game. Coache d b y Dexter Bryant, founde r of the Young Lions Youth Organdzati on, h e said Brooks-De B artolo i s a hidd e n gem among area schools with g r ea t a thlete s. ot onl y a r e these g irl doing great o n the ourt, they are doing great in the classroom, Powell has a 3.0 GPA and Hopps ha a 3-7" Brooks-DeBartol o School i s at 11602 North 15th tre t on t h e corne r o f 15t h Str t a n d Fow l e r Avenue. Basketball Camp Coach Bryant' s Young Lion s Organization has a l so partne r e d with t h e Police At hl e tic Leagu e (PAL) to c r eate a basketball camp. On April 3, 2010 from 8 a .m until 3 p m. the Young Lions a nd PAL will h stlh ir 7 lh annua l bask tball camp. TI1 camp will b a t th B b M artin z port nt ron North Boul vard. Joining Bryant al th amp will b e Jo h Penny fro m PAL. T h I m p i s fr for ag s 5 a nd up and lhi y a r amp wi ll f atur forme r WNBA star, Ruthie Bolton. R g i tration for lh camp will b h l d th day of t h eve nt. For more information n tact Jos h P enny at (813) 876-9363 or Dexter Bryant at (813) 368-9640. THE FINAl FOUR West Virginia Beats Kentucky SYRACUSE NY --Country roads take m e h ome. Or better yet, Indianapoli s. It' s almost heaven West Virginia Da'Sean Butler and the Mountaineers a r e off to the Final Four for the fir s t time since 1959 Mountaineers coach Bob Huggins, back with hi s alm a mater, i s in th e Fina l Four for the first time since taking Cincinnati in 1992. It's an even longer stretch for We s t Virginia-Jerry West was the star of the team 51 yea r s ago, and not yet a Hall of Farner or NBA lo go. The second-seeded Mountaineer s (31 6) used the same aggressive inyour-face defense that l ed them to their three previous tournament wins. They closed the lanes, leaving Kentucky's speedy guards with few chances to penetrate. And they flustered Kentucky's big men particu larly cente._r DeMarcus Cousins, b y collapsing three pla yers into the post once he got the ball. West Virginia also denied the top-seeded Wildcats eas y shots b y committing fouls and forcing Kentu cky to make free throw s, which didn t happe n. T h e Wild ca t s went 16 of 29 from th e line. Butler Did It, Beats KSU 63-56 SALT lAKE CITY--Butler did it getti n g 22 points from Gordon Hayward to defeat Kansas State 63-56 in the West R egiona l final Saturday and a dvance to the Final Four. Next, th e Bulldo gs take th eir 24-game winning streak to downtown Indy Though onl y five miles from the Butle r campus, it' s hard to think of many programs that have tal<'en a lon ger, more unlikel y road to get this close to a c hampion sh ip The fifth-seeded Bulldogs (32-4) are writing their own underdog story, even if they can't reall y be called under dog s anymore. Shelvin Mack scored 16 and Ronald Nored and Willie Veasley keyed an iny our-face defensive effort on K-State guards Jacob Pullen and Denis Clemente to help Butler become the fir s t schoo l from a true, mid-major conference to make the Final Four si n ce George Mason in 2006 -a trip that also ended in Indianapolis. Coach K Is Back As Duke B eats Baylor HOUSTON --Mike Krzyzewski insisted a ll a lon g the drou ght didn't both e r hirri Sure, h e hadn't been to a F in a l Four since 2004. But th e re wa s no n ee d to put ext r a pressure on this Duke team jus t because the last fiv e f ell short. Duk e restored some order to a topsy-turvy NCAA tourna m ent on Sunday, getting a career-higl} 29 points from Nolan Smith in a 78-71 vic tory over Baylor that put K.rzyzewski and the Blu e D evils back in college b asket ball 's bigg est eve nt. Michigan State Returns ST. LOUIS --Michigan Spartans are on their way to their second straight Final Four and sixth in 12 years after Raymar Morgan's free throw with less than 2 seconds left lifted Michigan State to a 70-69 victory over Tennessee in the Midwest Regional final Sunday. "There i s nothing g reater than going to a Final Four that I know of," Coach Tom Izzo said, "except winning it"

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JOEY PORTE R BAKERSFIELD, CA Authorities say FL lineback e r Joey Porter has b ee n arrested in Bak e r sfie ld on sus pi cio n o f drunke n dri v in g a nd acc used of assa ult in g an officer a nd r es i s tin g arrest. The California High"ay Patrol a:, the :u-ycar-old player \\' a confronted b: o Ticer early last Saturday in a fast-food parking lot. Porter refu ed to pro, ide hi dri\'er's lice n se and began to roll up his window wh e n asked to leav e the car. Polic e say that when an officer reached to unlock the door Porter s l apped the officer's hand Porter eventually got out and complie d with o rd e r s, placing his ha n d s b e hind hi s back. H e and a passenger were a rr es t e d Th e 11-yea r vet e r a n r ece ntl y s i g n e d with the Arizona Cardinal s. H e also h as pla ye d for Pitt sburg h a nd Miami. Former NFL linebacker Eliiah Alexander DeadAt39 EUJAH ALEXANDER DALLAS --Former NFL linebacker Elijah Alexander h as died after a nearly five-year battle with cancer. He was 39. Medical City Hospital spokeswom a n Bianca Jackson said Alexander died Wednesday n ight a t the Dallas fac ili ty. Alexander was diagno se d with multiple myeloma, a cancer of the bone m arrow, in 2005, four years after his career ended in Oakland The former Kansas State player spent nine seasons with fo u r teams. After, one year with Tampa Bay in 1992, Alexander spent three seasons each in Denver and Indianapoli s. He made 29 starts in 30 games for Oakl and during the fina l two years of hi s career in 2000-01. Agent: Teams Interested In Pacman ADAM 'PACMAN' JONES 'DETROIT --Adam "Pacman" Jones is trying hard for a 2010 comeback. At least three teams; -the Lions 49ers and Bengals -have expressed "great interest" in the troubled cornerback, though no signing was imminent, agent Ray Savage said Friday. Savage said he hoped to set up in-person visits with those teams in the near future. Jones once was considered a promising NFL star, but his repeated run-ins with the have derailed his career. The 26-year-old ex-West Virginia standout was an e lite cornerback and kick returner in his first two seasons with the Tennessee Titans. But Jones was suspended for the 2007 seaso n b y l eague commissioner Roger Goodell for a number of off field incidents The Dallas Cowboys traded for him in 2008. Befor e that time, he had b een arrested six times and involved in 12 episodes requiring police intervention since b eing drafted i n the first round. H e got into a scuffle with a body guard who was part of a team-employed security detail in October 2008 and again was suspended. TIGER WOODS ORLANDO--For players wondering what it will be lik e t o play golf with Tiger Woods wh e n h e r eturns, B e n Curtis can s peak from experi e n ce Curtis, a m ember a t Lake Nona d ec id e d to practice a t I s leworth tw o w ee k s ago and wound up playing 1 8 hol es with Woods. Several pla ye r s h ave been as k e d if it will b e aw k wa rd t o first s ee Wood s o n th e go lf course o r to play with him when h e r eturns t o go l f in two weeks at th e Mast e rs Ev e r ybody that t ells y o u that it was th e same as b e for e would b e kidding the m selv es," Curtis said Friday after a 6 7 l e ft hi m in a tie for th e l ea d at th e Ar n o ld Pa l mer Invitation a l Eagles want A Top42 Pick For McNabb DO NOV AN MCNABB PHILADELPHIA --Tea m s interest e d in acquiring Donovan McNabb will have to part with a high draft pick to get him. The Philadelphia Eagles will only consider a deal for the six-time Pro Bowl quarte rback if it includes a pick among the top 42 in next month' s NFL draft. After months of saying McNabb would return for another year, Eagles coach Andy Reid acknowledged Wednesday be was listening to offers for McNabb, Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick. Oakland, Buffalo and St. Louis are considered to b e most interested in McNabb. Each team has two picks in the top 42. It's unlikely any of those teams would give up a firstround pick for McNabb. The Rams have the first overall selection, the Raiders pick eighth and the Bills are ninth. In the second round, how ever, the Rams have the 33rd pick, Raiders are 39th and Bills are 41st. HANNAH As the weather and seasons change, so do the lovely ladies we feature. This week's Beauty Unlimited feature is Hannah, and she's definitely worth seeing more than one time. Hannah has unlimited appeal and believes only hard work will get you what you want. She also believes you have to achieve to receive, and has no problems pursuing her goals in life. Hannah enjoys having a good time with her friends when the time is right, and you will never have a problem figuring out who she is. When it comes to the man in her life, Hannah said he must be a pleasant person with no vices and confident in who is he and where he's going. Congratulations to Hannah as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you' re interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjQt:msort@flsentinel.com. Ages 5-17 9 one-week camps June 14-August 13 Arts & Crafts Team S po rts Games Sports Clinics Field Trips Special Events Special Interest Camp too! Sibling Discounts, Reduced Fees and Sch9larships Available REGISTRATION INFORMATION City ofT ampa Resident P riority March 29-April2 or until full Open April 3 or until full Check out our web s ite for camp dates, locations and reg i strat i on details www. tarnpagov.net/parksandrec ., r 0 :D c )> (/) m z ::j z m r I m c: r r !!1 z 'tJ c: m r u; ::I: m c m < m m (/) c )> z c ., :D c

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0 ,.... ntertainment 0 M :I: u a: <%: :E 0 C/) LLJ :::::> Jordin Sparks Visits Busch Gardens As Part Of Florida Familv Vacation Jordin Sparks gets upclose and personal with a giraffe. Jordin Sparks, winn e r of the s i xth season of American Idol visited Busch Gardens Tampa B ay recently with h e r cousins and family to ride roller coaste rs an d hand-feed giraffes on the park s 6s-acre S ere n geti Plain A r eticulated giraffe's tongue can be up to 14 inch es long a nd its black coloring pro vi de s a natural "s unscreen to pre ven t burning as the giraffe grazes for food for hours eac h day. Sparks, who was Idol' s yo un gest winner at 17 yea rs old, fol0 lo we d h e r vic tory with the r e l ease of a d ebut album in 2007, a: which h as g on e platinum, and the hit single "No Air" with LL Chris Brown. Sh e won an American Mu s ic Award in 2008 0 z < 0 en LLJ ::::J 1-?c LLJ i> w 0 w ::r: en :::i m ::::J 0.. z t= w ..J ..J ::::J m and recei ve d her fir s t Gramm y nomination in 2009. Busch Gardens Tampa Bay combines world-class thrill rides, live entertainment and one of North America's largest zoos in an unforgettable adventure for the whole family. Photo by Richmond Gibbs/Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Prince Wanted For Back Taxes Looks like Prince is joining the long list of celebrities that are having problems with IRS. According to Carver County tax records, Prince's PRN Music Corp. owes more than $227,000 for 2009 taxes to the state and other government bodies. PRN Music houses Prince's Paisley Park Studios. ..J County records list several other properties under his full name, Prince R. Nelson, as delinquent. t= According to County taxpayer services manager EnZ gelen, PRN Music and Prince's other properties owe an estiW en mated $450,000 in taxes. I a: 0 ..J LL Skin Ughtening Cream Found At Michael House MICHAEL JACKSON N ew l y uns e al e d search war rants are providing more in formation about police finding s at the hom e of Michael Jackson. T h e searc h warrants a r e r e vea lin g what many peopl e h ave spec ul a t ed for yea rs, that Michael Jackson did use s kin li g htenin g creams with a total of 37 tubes of product f ound. According to the warrants, police found 19 tubes of h ydroquinone and 18 tubes of Benoquin, two s kin li ghte ning age nts in his home. These products are often used to even out the skin of people who's skin has lost pig mentation due to vitiligo. Bevonce's Savs Rumors 'Untrue' LOS ANGELES --Reports that Beyonce is pregnant are untrue, a rep said. A website reported that a "rock solid" source had stated that Beyonce and her husband, hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, were awaiting the pitter-patter oflittle feet, a report the pri vate singer's rep denied The pair married in April 2008. Beyonce says that kids might be on the horizon by the time she turned 30 in 2011. B.G. To Endorse Clothing line On the to re, ising his career in mu. ic spearhea IL'd by his at Cash B G. is taking a moment to step from music to L'I1 -dorse a nC\\' clothing line. The ew Orleans !l ot Boy has signed an agreemen t wit h B illio n aire 1 afia l a th i n g t o rep r e en t th eir n e w L eg nd clo thin g collectio n Th e Lege nd c oli ction f a -tures d e nim knit woven s, l ea th e r and l j \ lry and n Bil lion a ire M afia Pow e r Playe r ring. Sp e aking on his ndorse m e nt of th e brand B.G. s a s th lin i s p e rf ec t for gang t r s" l ik him and h I k s lik m n in th bra nd. Lana Fuchs is th found rand d i g n r Yukmouth Denies Suge Involved In His Robberv Luniz m e mb e r Yukmouth has d ec id e d to com out and speak with fans about what really happene d during hi s robb ery and assault. According to the Oakland bred rapper he did not tell the police any information r e garding the identity of his as sailants. In addition, Yukmouth has released a statement deny ing that former Death Row YUKMOUTH And SUGE KNIGHT Records CEO Marion "Suge" Knight led a gro up of men who attacked him on Monday (March 22). As previously reported, this i s in vast contrast to th e original report taken by police at the sce n e, where it i s r port d that Yukmouth originally identified Knight as one of 11 m n who way laid him out in the parking lot of a San Fernando Valley sup r market and robbed him of $92,000 worth of jewelry. According to Yukmouth, other people in the parking lot who watched the group of men assault him are actually the ones wh called the police and filed reports. Kim Alid Reggie Denv New loves REGGffi BUSH And KIM KARDASHIAN LOS ANGELES--Are Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush really done? The former couple, who split for a second time have taken to' their Twitter pages to deny they've started new flings. On Friday, Kim Tweeted, "Who the hell is Wayne Bridge? LOL Someone please fill me in because I have no clue! In re sponse to a story from the U.K.'s Sun that connected her to the Manchester City soccer star. The same day, Reggie Tweeted to clear up rumors linking him to blonde waitress January Gessert. Clarification 4 the dummies aka the media, January is a long time friend of mine & has been dating my b es t friend for 6 months, he Tweeted on Friday. Sorry! Loll "ALL THE LADIES, STEP RIGHT UP! If you would like to be the next person linked to dating Reggie Bush all you gotta do is stand next to him!!! the Super Bowl champ continued. The two reportedl y first split up in July 2009 after dating since 2007, getting back together that September and dating until their recent break-up. .

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Funerals/Memoriams MR. WALLACE T AYLOR Homcgoing services for Mr. Wallace T a ylor formerly of1407 Armwood Court (Cen tra l Park Village), Tampa, who passed away March 23, 2010, will b e held on Wednesday, March 31 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Joe L. Johnson, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Wallace leaves behind: a beloved wife, Gwendolyn (boy) Taylor; daughter, Linda Ellis Taylor; sister, Victoria (Willie) White; niece, Darlene (Michael) Hopkins; three great nieces Patricia Taylor Wilson (Freddy), Cairo, Georgia, Mahogany James and Michelle Hopkins; four great nephews, Joseph Taylor, Raymond Taylor, Pensacola, Tam eel Scott and J arell Rivers, Pensacola; devoted cousin, Alice Brown and family; a host of other relatives and friends; and staff at The 1 Home Association. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, today from 12-4:30 p. m. '!he family and friends are asked to meet at the funeral home for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOMEwww .aikensfuneralhome.net PATRICK A STATAM,SR. Patrick A Statam, Sr. passed away on March 19 2010. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Rev. Dr. Dauster, officiating. Interment will be at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida, on Tuesday afternoon at 1 p. m. Patrick Statam, Sr. was born to the late, Henrietta Statam and devoted father, Harry Statam of Chicago, Illinois. Patrick A. Statam, Sr. leaves to cherish his memory: son, Patrick A. Statam, Jr. of Tallahassee; daughter, Lisa J. Statam of Orlando; the mother of his children, Valencia Statam of Tallahassee; a loving and devoted friend, Elizabeth Brown; two grandsons, Patrick A. Statam, III, Tallahassee, and Titus Briggs of Orlando; sister, Harriet Statam of Chicago, Illinois; and three brothers of Chicago, Illinois, Lawrence Statam, John Statam and An-thony Statam. A HARMON BURIAL IN MEMORIAM ORETHAJ. CHATMAN 3/30/52-9/29/09 It's only been 6 months since you've been gone, but it still feels like'yesterday. You are truly missed and we will honor you on your day. Happy 58th birthday, Mal Loving you always: Jasmine, Joey, Ron, Steve, As.hley, Jawuan, Dowuan, Jamariah, Joey, Joi and the rest of the family. MS. JOSEPHINE OPAL D AVIS ARGO Funeral Service will b e held for M s Josephine Opal Davis Argo on Saturday, April 3 2010 at 1 p m at Mt. Oli\'e Baptis t Church locate d at 604 W. Ball St., Plant City, FL. 33563. Interment will follow in Garden of Peace Cemetery. Ms. Josephine Opal Davis Argo, native of Plant City, FL and longtime resident of Columbia, SC, departed this life for eternity on Sunday, March 21,2010. She will be remembered as someone who had a tender, sweet and giving heart, and someone who could always make you smile. She leaves behind to mourn a beloved son Portiar Argo and daughter Portera Argo; a precious grandson, Brice Stephens, a devoted mother, Roberta White, and father Gilbert Pete Nelson, a step-father, Leopold White, Godmothers; the late Emma Mcintyre imd the late Opal Claire Green; four brothers, Clarence Davis, Israel Davis, Joseph (Victoria) Davis, Wayne Patrick White; four sisters, Linda Ruffin, Delois (Larry) Spillman, Celia (Terry) Rhines, Jasmine White; nine nephews, Tywund (J'von) Minter, Clarence Davis Jr., Israel Davis Jr., Cadreml Davis, Joseph Davis Jr., Jacob Davis, Joshua Davis, Kai Rhines, and Amarri Rhines; eight nieces, Jasmine Davis, the late LaMecca Minter-Moore, LaKeiya (Taddeus) McNeal, Syleigh Fuller, Darnisha Washington, Chantel Vickers, Chantez Carter, and Jaidyn Rhines, a host of great nephews, nieces, cousins, god-brothers and god-sisters beloved friends Ginger (Caaron) Bennett-Forte, Terrie "Tina" Green, Terrie Hargrove, Karen Alberta, Virginia Lewis, Yolonda Lewis, Janice Keith, Olive Sease, Shirley Mayers, and Samuel Jones, devoted and beloved friend to the family, McArthur (Pearl) Hunter, a host of friends, PCHS c/o 1983, co-workers, and church members. Viewing will be held on Friday, April 2, 2010 from 5-7 p.m. at Charlow Funeral Home. Services of love entrusted to CHARLOW FUNERAL HOME, 1010 E. Laura Street, Plant City, FL 33563. t SISTER DOLUE MAE BROWN S i ster Dollie Mae B1own of T ampa, passed away Tuesday March 23, 2010. Funeral services '1-vill b e conducted Thursday, Aprilt, 2010, at 11 a: m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Pastor Thomas D Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. -Sister Dollie Mae Brown was a native of Hines, Florida, and a resident of Tumpa for 65 years. She united with Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Chmch at an early age a 'nd has been a dedicated and faithful member for over 60 years. Sister Brown was devoted to calling her Pastor to let him know how she enjoyed his sermon. She served faithfully as a member on #1 Usher Board, Golden Girls Ministry, c m en nd Cird #:! Mi i o n h e 0 wa_o; dedi a tcd t o h e r hurt h l> and S und w School l1s.s. S i s -t e r Brow n wn m p lnyt"d 1t the Nutio n n l e n m tre_s o m -l> p a n y fo r o ver 3 0 ) 1rs. :D S h e w l.S pret" d e d i n dtnth () bv: h e r husband J ohnnie B :I: B rown, r .; 3 ons l roy Smith, r Robert mith md Johnnie Brm n Jr.: :'J siskrs, B erth Jnr k on, Mum! _. M athis nnd Ev d n '"'illinm. : 0 nnd :! brothlrs, il1 Williams md Mac \ illi -uns. S h l e n v to h ri h fond nnd l oving m mori s : her 3 sons Thomas J. mi.th Occansid r 'AOry o ilrrcy ( h c il a). nnd h c1 loving, devote d son nnd daughte r ernindnle Gnrr tt {Rose) ; nnd daughter, Ruby nnpb ll, all of T nmpa; 5 s i s t Lucy Lee M e nnn, ros it FL, Queen Esth r Albert, tmkc, FL, Dorothy Borough, WY, Murgnl'" t D S u tarke, FL, and Annie Ma Thomns, Baldwin, FL; p e ial ni ccs and nephew, Murgar t McKn y (Roger) Appie Grnham and Rev. Willie Jnckson; 22 grnndchildren, 29 great grundchildrcn and 28 great, great grandchildren 1md n hos t of nieces, nephews, and sorrow-ing friends; godchildren, Glo-ria Faye Johnson, K ith Smalley, Mm-y Brndf01d Williams, und Gregory Duvi s ; and adopted s i s t rs, Daisy Pa1i s and Girlie Cnmpbcll. The remains will I' pos from 4-8 p. m., Wednesday, Mmch 31, 2010, at Ruy Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. AtTangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northcm, Ownes z ., c Ill c en J: m 0 m < m :c -< -f c m (J) 0 )> z 0 0 SALLYE MAE EVERETI 3/31/1930 -11/13/2.009 We will shar.e and treasure your memories always. You will always have a very special place in our heart. We miss you dearly, but it's comforting to know that you are at peace with the Lord. We wish you were here to celebrate-with us on your very special birthday. Love always: your husband, Deacon Bryant Everett, children, grandchildren, family and friends. Harmon Funeral Home John W. Harmon, L.F.D. 5002 N 40th. St. '626-8600 "A Family's Fdend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner FUNERAL HOME "1Jur Business Is Service'" 31100 N. '1!JII st. Tamp-a, FL 336m C) (880) &05-3350 (813) 248-8125 m WW'II. wibon-funtnlborm..eom -,, fi=4 "01

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Crtrne N 0 (") J: (.) a: ct :E Brothers Shot During Home Invas ion Cl en w :::> 1-TERRANCE HAMERTER ... s h o t i n leg Tampa Polic e are looking for two men r espo n s ibl e for a h o m e invasion a nd double s h ooting Frid ay morning. TERRELL H A.ME RTER .. s hot in h ead and chest Both brothe rs ra n back into th e hom e, followed b y th e t wo m e n On ce i n s i d e, police sa i d t h e m e n i n blac k bega n firin g seve r a l s h o t s According t o reports, Terrance Hamerter, 26 and hi s broth e r Terrell Hamerter, 24, we r e in th e ir Ga rri so n Stree t H o m e in Gr ant P a rk. Terrance was s h o t in th e l eg a n d Terrell was s h o t three tim es in th e h ea d and c h es t Both we r e h ospita lize d with Terrance report e d to b e in s t a bl e condi t ion and Terrell in c ritic a l c on dition. a: LL Cl z <( Cl en w :::> .... P o li ce said o n e of the brothe r s was leaving the h o m e a r ound 3 a m B oth bro th e r s walk ed out s id e and n otice d a car and two m e n dressed in black s t anding outsid e Police r eport tha t the moth e r of th e wound e d m e n was in the hom e at the time of the incident but w a s not harme d. >1-----------------------------------------a: w > w Cl w :X: en :::i m :::> Q. z t= w -1 Detectives Search For Robberv suspect Tampa Police detectives are searching for a man sus p ecte d of robbing a conv e nience store last Tuesday 5 morning When the clerk hesitated the suspect again implied he had a gun and repeated his demand. The clerk gave the susp e ct money and fled m According to the report a ...J man approached the clerk at the Stop and Shop Shell Gas t= Station, 2924 North 50th ffi Str e et implied h e had a gun en and d e m ande d money. The suspect is described as a Black male, 5'9" to 5 '11" tall weighing between 190 and 200 pounds, and appe aring to be betw een 30 and 35 years old. (3 a: 0 -1 LL 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 79 And Up Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Sel. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! suspect Sought In Shooting KE RRI C K MO O RE Tampa P olice a r e sea rchin g for a s u s p ect in a s h ooting on March 24th. According t o reports, K errick Moore, 2 1 was s i t ting on h i s back por c h in t h e 4 100 b l ock of Eas t E llicott s m oking a cigar e tt e P olice sa id r e p orte dl y a n unknow n m a n ca m e up t o Moore holding a g un and said g ive it up Moore turn ed to run back into th e hou se a nd the s u s p ec t fir e d a shot s triking him in the shoulde r. H e w a s tr a nsport e d to a local ho spi tal and list e d in good condi tion with a non-lif e threaten ing injury. Doctors det e rmined surgery was not need ed and the bul let is still in Moore's shoul d e r Man Shot After Argument Over Sneakers JOSEPH HARRIS .. shot in leg after argument T ampa Police have not releas ed the name of the vic tim or suspect in a shooting Saturda y afternoon. According to reports, Joseph Harris, 35, was shot in the groin at 31st Street and 27th A v enue. The bullet exited through the victim' s buttocks and his injuries are not considered to be life threatening. Police said Harris and his brother-in-law were outside working on_ a vehicle when the suspect and another man approached them. The y exchanged words and a s Harris approach e d the su s p ec t h e pulled a gun from h i s fr o n t waist band and shot him in the uppe r part o f his right leg. B oth suspects fled after the shooting. an Arrested For olesting Child Tampa re p or t th a t a :):2-\'l'ar-lll d man a girl ynungcr than 1:2 whi k :;}w .-\cco rdin g t o Richard Lamar, Jr . was sleeping in the sa m e r oo m as th e chi l d but in a diff e rent b c d Abo u l 1 a 111. p o I icc said th e c hil d awok e t o find La m a r t o uching her se xual She sc r ea m ed a t him ami h e ran out of the h o use. p olice said Lan1ar wa s arrested Sunday, acc u se d o f sex u a l b atte r y. a n d i s b e i n g h e l d wit h out bail. Arrested r eco r d s ind i cate this i s L amar's 4 0 th n r T s t in Florida Amo n g his pre i o u s charges a r c rap agg r a vat e d batt ry, a n d can yi n g a c o n cea l d fir arm Woman Prostitutes 10-Year-Oid Girl For cocaine A woman in Michig a n i s in police cu s tod y afte r the y say she allowed a man to hav e sex with a 10-year-old girl in her care in exchange for cocaine. Angela A. Blackwell, 45 is set to hav e a pre limin a r y hearing M a r c h 30 while police are on th e hunt for 67-year-old Johnnie L. Griffi.n, the man who had sex with the child. Griffin is want e d on fir s t and second-degree criminal sexual conduct and firearm s charg es. JOHNNIE L. GRIFFIN AND' ANGELA A. BLACKW E LL Polic e b e liev e h e wa s h a v ing sex with th e c hild fr o m S epte mb e r un til F e brua ry a s part of th e dru g d ea l If convicte d the y ll each f a c e 25 yea r s in j a il. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scott St. -:-e h r 1ng of a illfjer s a ir'po".Jn: dec son :ha: s,o.,: a ro: ce so.e 1 upon ad;et sements Beloe iOU dec1de "s to sene 1 ou =REE :mtten ,nforma:,on abou: 1!1ca: ons and exper1ence!

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c NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR I NF ORM A TION H i llsbo r o ugh Community C olle g e is a cce pt i ng subm issions for the follow i ng : RFI # 2538 10 Turnk e y Fac i l i t i es Disaster Recovery Serv i ces Due Date : 04/16 / 2010 before 2 : 00 p .m. For more i nformation pleas e visit our website at: h ltp :llwww. h ccfl edu/dao/ a d min a n d finan c e / d e partments / p u rchasing aspx and click on Current Solicitations NOTICE OF APPLICAT ION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lh a l TARPON IV LLC M2nO the hold e r o f the follo w ing ce r t ificat e h as filed s a i d c ertif ic a t e for a tax d e ed to be i s s u e d thereon The certifi c a t e number and year of issuance the d escri pt i on of the pr operty and the nam e s in which It was assessed are as follows : Folio N o.: 206699 0000 Ce rt ificate N o.: 151329-07 File No.: 201 0-325 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : LINCOLN PARK SOUT H LOT 5 BLOCK 12 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 000410095 SEC-TWP RGE : 26-26 22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in which assessed : E. L BING C/0 HARRY BING Said property being in the Co unty of Hillsborou gh State of F lorida Unless such certifiCate shall be redeemed according to law the property d escribed in such certi ficate shall be sol d to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd F loor George E Edgecomb Courth<'>use, 600 East Twiggs St reet, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 6th day of May, 2010 at 10 : 00 A M ( NO TICE : Please c all (613) 276-8 100 ext 4609 to verify sale l ocation) Dated thi s ll1b. day of March. 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk of C i rcuit Court of Hillsborough County, Flori da By: TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d isability who needs any accommodation i n order to participate i n thi s proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you t o the provision of certain Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinato r 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida ( 8 1 3) 276-8100 extens ion 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service i s needed ; if you are hear in g or voice impa i red call 711. THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ ( 813 ) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEM ENT ass LEGAL NOTIC NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONS TRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD IN RE : The Practice O f Contracting Steven Jay Koehnlein d/b/a A R.E.A S Air Conditioning 8500 Blecher Rd P i n ellas Park, FL 33781 CASE NO.: 2008047009 LICENSE NO.: C 1 813553 The D epartment o f Business and Prof essio n al Regulation has filed an Administrat ive Complaint against you a copy of which may be obtained by contacting Jam ie Duran S ervice of Pro cess Un i t D e partment of Bu siness and Prof ess i ona l R eg ulation 1 940 North Monroe Str ee t Tallahasse e FL 32399-2206 (850) 488-0062 If no contact has been mad e by you co n ce rning th e abo v e by April 27, 2010 the matter of t h e Admin is trative Complaint will b e presented at a hearing pursuant to 120 57(2), F.S. before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Bo ard. In accordance with the Ameri ca ns with Disabilities Act person s needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency sending notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice Telephone : (850) 257 -6097 ; 1-800 955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Seryice Barbers Needed For Busy Growing Establishment! Supreme Styles Barber Shop 6643 N. 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" Available Immediately" Stud i o Apartment Ut i lities Included Sect i on 8 Age 62+ EHO Call (813) 87D-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-80D-955-8771 New Port Richey Southgate Senior Apartments, 62 + 1 Bedroom / $455 00 M i nimum Income Required $1, 600 00 Adjacent To Southgate Shopping Center (727) 847-1110 EHO TAMPA PARK APARTMENTS "A Great Place To Call Home" 2 Bedroom And 3 Bedroom Apartments Section 8 Available Come In And Place An Application Today! Open Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. TAKING APPLICATIONS ONLY! Also Looking To Locate Or Re-Locate Your Business Give Us A Call We May Have The Space You Need Tampa Park Apartment, Inc. 1417 Tampa Park Plaza Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 229-1845 Telecommunications Relay Inc. TTY 1-800-955-8771 Voice 1-800-955-8770 Spanish 1-877-955-8773 Centra l Tampa Large 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Apartment Tile Floors CHA Large Yard $625 00 / lncludes Water (813) 230-8968 Busch & 40th Area 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Downsta irs Apartment Tile Floors $650 00 / Rent $350.00/Deposit Call (813) 299-3838 University Area 1 Bedroom / 1 Bath Gated Pool Laundry Facility $490.00/Monthly No Deposit Upon Approval Call (813) 318-1523 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angie's Apartments 3 Bedroom/2 Bath, WDH 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome 813-931-1730 Available Immediately" 1 Bedroom Apartment Utilities Included $579 00 Per Month Age 62+ EHO Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-800-955-8771 Apartment 2406 East 12th Avenue 1 Bedroom / 1 Bath Nice And Clean $475 00 / Rent $475 00 / Deposit Call Maria (813) 846-6422 Move-In Specials! 2 And 3 Bedroom Apartments W I D Hook-up 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome Millie (813) 931-1850 Ybor City 2910 East Columbus 212 -Apartment $850 00/Monthly Washer/Dryer Included Updated, Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate Broker (813) 258-3200 First Month Rent Free & $50.00 MovesYou In Excellent Rental History Required Good Neighbors 2 Bedroom/l Bath Apartment, Central A/C Central Station Alarm System $550 00/Monthly The Security Deposit To Be Paid At $50.00/Monthly For 6 Months 21 02A Beach Street Call (813) 238-6353 FOR RENT: USF Sewaha Busch Gardens 2/2$195 1/1 $495 All Include Water Deposit Negotiable Call 18131 316-8181. GET NOTICED .......... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813") 248-1921 Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 to: (813) 248-9218 Section 8 Renters Ask About Rent With Utilities Included Deals 1 And 2 Bedroom Apartments Starting At $450 00 Tile Floors Walk In Closet Call 813-975-0258 Ybor Apartments 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath Renovated $525 00 / Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Other 1 Bedrooms And Studios Available (201) 819-5265 $125.00 Move In Excellent Rental History Required First Month Free 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023 N. 48th Street #A $580.00/Monthly 813-238-6353 AFFORDABLE LIVING For SENIORS 55+ Near Downtown Great Views From $398/Monthly Utilities Included 813 253-2868 Monday -Friday 8:00 am 4:00 pm Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLICATION!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $525 00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!!! Very Low Deposit! 813-244-4551 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF dUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 65 YEARS Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroorn/1 B th Central He Air Washer / Dryer Hook up Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Furnished Duplex Central He a t And Air All Utilities Paid $215 00/Weekly Call (813) 690-2833 Section 8 Rental Quiet 2 Bedroom/1 Bath With Washer/Dryer And Fenced Yard 1919 East 137th Avenue $650 00/Monthly Call 813-956-5607 Section 8 Special Sulphur Springs Use Your 1 Bedroom Voucher Get 2 Bedroom Tile Floors CHA Washer/Dryer Hook-ups (813) 230-8968 Grant Park Section 8 Accepted 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH CHA, New Carpet $700.00/Monthly Includes Water Plus Deposit (813) 417-3455 North Lakeland Clean Large And Updated 2 Bedroom/1 Bath With Carport Only $495/Month Mercury Drive Near 1Oth And Galloway Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Near Mall Only $550/ Month Section 8 Accepted Backgrou11d Check Required Crouse & Assocjates 863-686-2161 c m (J) 0 !i: )> :D (") :X: (...) 0 P\) 0 0 'TI r-0 J:J c )> en m z m r-I m c: r-r-g) z "'tJ c: m r-iii ::J: m c m < m J:J -< -4 c: m en c > z c "'T1 J:J c C) rn CD

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