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- I lm 1es; SEE STORY ON PAGE 15 WOMEN HONORED DURING WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH Harram Court No 96 Daughters of Isis, Daughter Bertha L. Baker, Illustrious Commandress, recognized "Women In The Community" at an event at Allen Temple AME Church. The guest speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Carrie Williams. Featured program participants included Apolonia Villanuea and the New Dawn Restoration Praise Team. Special presentations were made to: Joanna Tokley, Court' s Community Person of the Year; Gail Williams, Court's Daughter of the Year; and Helen Bell, Outgoing Commandress. In attendance from left to right: Betty Baker, Deborah Williams, Tanya Bachelor, Cicilia Frett, Apolonia Villaneueva, Bertha Baker Missionary Carrie Williams, Doris Scott, Delores Whitehead, Helen Bell Bettye Johnson and Gail Williams. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre} Educators Sponsor Talent .Showcase SEE PAGE 3 Mentoring Program Needs Volunteers SEE PAGE 2 Tampa Native Studies Abroad SEE PAGE 9 Teens Given 'Life' Seek Help SEE PAGE 10

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,_ Features c a: u. c z <( c w ;:::::) .... > a: w > w c w :::E: ::i m ;:::::) D.. z tu ...J ...J ;:::::) m ...:. w Z Police Tentativelv ldentifV Remains As Missing FamiiV BY IRIS B. Sentinel City Editor Last Friday an anthropolo gist tentativelv identified human remains found in a canal in the everglades as a mother and her two children. Earlier in the week, Broward County Sheriffs Office divers discovered a Dodge Caravan containing the bodies during a routine training exercise. Family Reported Missing Mrs. Nelta Jacques, who was 6 months pregnant, left for Haiti on May 26'h, and returned on June 1 '. She left her two daughters, Johanna St. Louis, 7, and Juanita Jacques, 5, with family in Fort Lauderdale. On the night of June 2, 1999, Mrs. Jacques and her daughters left Fort Laud erdale returning to Tampa, but never arrived They were traveling in a green, 1996 Dodge Caravan with a FL li cense plate ET027G The ve hicle was registered to both Mrs. Jacques and her hus band, Jean Jacques. Her family learned that she and the girls were missing her father called to make sure they had arrived safely. Mrs. Nelta Jacques and her two daughters, Johanna St. Louis, 7, and Juanita Jacques, 5, were reported missing on June 2, 1999, to Tampa Police. Mrs. Jacques and her children were reported as missing persons to the Tampa Police Department. Their disappearance re mained a mystery for 10 years until the van was dis covered in the canal. Tentative Identification According to police, an an thropologist, Dr. Heather Walsh-Haney, of Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, and her staff exam ined the remains to deter mine the size, race, stature, and sex of the occupants. Police have determined that the remains are those of one adult, two young children, and a fetus. Identification belonging to Nelta Jacques was found in a purse in the van. The van was still locked at the time of its discovery. The headlights, windshield wipers and ignition switches were all in the on position when the van was recovered. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE Living relatives of Ms Jacques provided DNA to confirm the tentative identi fication. DNA confiriiuition could take weeks or months. However, there was no evi dence of trauma to the re mains and the deaths have been ruled as accidental. "'*I 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 The investigation is con tinuing, police said. Volunteers Heeded To Help Mentor Juveniles BY LEON B. CREWS St.ntind Stuff \\'ritt.r : \ccording to :\nwriC'orp \"is ta. few (Wople know that Florida ranks till' higlwst in : having 1 7 Yt'ar olds St'rYing titite in adult prisons. A na tional volunteer program is trying tQ stop that trend. Cathy Smith, a Vista Volunteer Coordinator, works closely with the state's De partment of Juvenile Justice and understands the need for this kind of program. 'The reason many teenagers become repeat offenders is because there are no inter vention programs for them after they are released from committed programs. We are tasked with building a sus tainable volunteer program to help these teenagers.'' Smith said they are recruit ing mentors who can work with residential commitment facilities and other commit ment programs that will work with the juveniles when they get out of detention centers. "We want to make sure they getjobs, training, transporta tion, counseling, and other services they need to not be-Meetine:: nunc rcpt at nffcndtrs Smith said thcir fnl'us is on 1:.! to 15 olds lwfnn I gl'l into tlw adult pnpulat ion .. :\nyont' i nlt'nslt'd in lw coming a volunlt'er will he in ll'rvitwed on tlwir skills and intcrt.sts \Ve'n looking torecruit volunteers with diwrst backgrounds. We require background screenings and finger printing of all volun teers." Smith said when the juve niles come out on conditional release their treatment needs have already been assessed. Entry into the programs through Vista is voluntary and must be initiated by the kids or their parents/guardian. "I will address any commu nity group to tell them about Vista," said Smith. "The program has b ee n up and running since 1960, and has been very successful in keeping teenagers out of th e adult system." Smith covers the Hillsbor ough County area. Anyone in terested in becoming a volunteer can reach her at (813) 781-0101, or (256) 303-4690. Calling Yellow Jackets The H. W. Blake-Don Thompson Alumni Association invites all Yellow Jackets to meet on events concerning the community school, youth and you. The meeting is planned for Saturday, April 10, 2010, 10 a. m., at Covenant M. B. Church, 4610 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa (33610). For more information, please call (813) 787-9946. i= z w 0 <( C a: 0 ...J u. Investigators -H there is a dispute on how the accident occured The Tampa Chapter ; ---"' tr ".;: 1--,. .... A Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, MotorcJde, Slip & Pedesbian Incidents, Loss Wages, . Wroltgful Death And More. 1hl FIDrlda Law stabls That You May Be Enlllled To And lllclcal en... Call Michelle B. Patty N Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week

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c 0 HABSE To Sponsor Talent Showcase Extravaganza local Gospel Artist Performs In National Contest BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentine l City Editor On Friday, April 23rtl, from 7 p m to 9 p m., the Hillsbor ough Alliance of Black School Educators (HABSE) will s pon sor a Talent Showcase Extrav aganza. The event will tak e place a t the University Area Community Center Complex 14013 orth 22nd Street. The purpose of the talent s howcase which is entitled i s t o r a i se funds for the organization's a nnual sc h o l a r s hip pr ogram. Emp l oyees r e pr ese ntin g mor e th a n 20 sc hool s through out Hill s borough County will participate in the event. Funds raised from the event will benefit the HABSE Scholarship Program. Each year, deserving African Ameri can seniors who plan to con tinue their education are chosen as recipients of the scholarships The students are selected from the high schools in the Hillsborough County Public School District . "We have 820 students we have invited for the scholar ship presentation. This year 120 students will be recognized MS. RHONDA HARRIS President of HABSE and m e dallions will b e given to them to recognize their aca demic achievement. Approxi mately 25 students will receive scholarships, Ms. Rhonda Harris, President of HABSE and Supervisor for Guidance Services, Hillsborough County Schools said. For information about the talent showcase contact Ms. Rhonda Harris, at (813) 690-2755; Ms. Mary Dance, (813) 484-4045; or Ms. Karen Fletcher at (813) 4680268. Tickets will also be avail able at the door. Entire Department Eliminated At WorkForce Alliance JAMFS BLOUNf Vice President Of Service Support BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In February Renee Benton Gilmore, CEO of Tampa Bay Workforce resigned amid controversy over excessive ex penditures. Lt week, Shantae Gilmer, a manager, was fired, and an entire department of the organization was eliminated, ending the em ployment of five people. Ms. Gilmer was allegedly fired because she failed to dis close her affiliation with Expanding Visions, Inc. Ms. Gilmer and her husband Dwight Gilmer were listed on the company's state records. The records were later revised to show David Wright as the sole officer of the company. WorkForce reportedly awarded a contract to the com pany last summer. The company provided job training to teenagers. When the inquired if rumors of the elimination of an entire department were true, James Blount, Vice President of Service Support, responded by email. In the email, Blount said, "In continuing our commit ment to operate Tampa Bay WorkForce Alliance more ef fectively and efficiently, the de partment of Human Resources (HR) has been reorganized and eliminated. The services pro vided by individuals in the HR department are now directly provided by ADP Total Source professional employer organi zation at the current service level." The employees affected by the elimination of the HR department are Anthony VanDeW all, Human Resources Manager; Deborah Fenner, Human Resources Generalist; Kina Vasileva, Human Re sources Assistant; Lexi Thomas, Human Resources Assistant; and Sandra Cusseaux, Customer Service _ _ ... ___ .. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Local Go pel inger, La Trel Maloy returned from Philadelphia, Penn ylvania last week after competing in the nationally recognized Sunday's B t Con cert. Maloy said it was cold, but he e nj oyed the experi e n ce. He was second runner-up in the competition. My plans are to return in May to meet with the mayo r of Phil a d elphia to b e a part of a reality s how they're r e leasin g My partner, Leonard Burks, and I will b e a p a rt of that project and it will involve all of the biggest names in Gospel music. Maloy said he' s also completing a movie that is scheduled to be released soon. "I'm happy to say that I've managed to stay quite busy." Burks said he wants to )> "t) :D r m I\) 0 ..... 0 Leonard Burks (left) and La Tr I Maloy. b ette r erve God and be more spiritual. My mission is to save souls and let p eople know God is real. ''I'm attending an acting school in Hollywood, Cali fornia, and they have an im pressive track record." Maloy said the journey hasn' t been easy, but nothing will stop him from pur-s uin g hi goa l 'Tv go t od o n m id Leonard and I want to rea c h out to lo cal Go p 1 tal ent and h lp th m g t to where they n d to b for au ditions and app aran W r want to mak ur th y ar able to rea h th ir goal and 0 eve n app ar on popular l> shows like American Idol or at the Atlanta Gospel Fest." L--------------------------------------------------------------------1 r z "t) c CD c :I: m 0 m :.0 -< -t c m 0 )> z 0 0

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<.0 ...J a: a.. <( c CJ) w ::::> ..... FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN I USPS 202' .!0 220721s A;en e TampaFlor 921 P uo lis..,ed E ery Tuesoa a Fnoa B F LORI DA SENTl NEL BUUETlN P U B LI SHING Co., M ember auonaJ ewspa+>er Pu()j1 shers Assoaauon ( PAJ POSTMASTER : Send Address Change T o Rorlda Sentinel Bulleti n P O Box 3303 Tampa FL 33601 P ostage Prud At Tampa FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 ( 1945) W W Andrews 1874-1931 ( 1919) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930..2010 ( 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 COBB PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscnpl1ons $44 00 6 Months Both E dit io ns : $87 00 P er Year Bo t h Edit i ons OpiniOns expressed on ed iton a l pa ges of th1s n e ws paper by Colu m msts or G u est W n t ers do no l necessan l y reflect lhe ed1t on a l stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin o r the Publ1sher Enough Is Enough I t seems, many of our children have lost their minds. From Miami to Jacksonville, to St. Petersburg and Tampa, youth-oriented stabbings and gun vi-olence have flooded front pages and consumed 0 midday and nightly newscasts. ff: Is it the programs they watch on television? Is it the C Internet? Is it the food they eat? A pregnant St. Petersburg mother of two is slashed to death; a high school football star is gunned down on a college campus by one of his teammates, and here in Hillsborough County, four teenagers from Progress Village barely escape death in a drive-by shooting .... There may be light at the end of the tunnel. Flonda Legislators passed a bill requiring all school children W to be taught about how to avoid domestic abuse. The rationale is elementary. Many teenage assailants are c the products of abuse by family members or loved ones. However, such legislation should also require all students to be taught anger management and how ffi to resolve interpersonal conflicts. ::::> Why are we concerned? ll. Though it sells papers, we get tired of writing stories and publishing obituaries about murder victims who w haven't even reached their 18th birthday. So, we say, ::j "Let the violence end, now!" ::::> m ...:. w z z w CJ)
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HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday Exp ec t the c o ming vear to all o w f o r more imaginative acti.,;ti es It's po ible to go down a ide track where you apply faulty logic :\lore likely you'll allow for whim ical brainstorming and then art through ideas to identify what works and what doesn't. Arie (March 21-April19)Group interactions prove prof itable when you state your feelings early and then sit back and lis ten. Body speaks volumes. P ay atte nt ion. Taurus (Apnl 20-May 20)-You find you rse lf in th e com f ort zone t o d ay. Adve rt iseme n ts s u gges t cleve r ways t o t u m i deas int o cash. Gemini (May 21 -June 21) Th e s t a r s a li g n f o r p eople you h ave n t see n for a l o n g tim e Shar e th e ir joy, and bring a m e m e nt o h o m e with you Leave th e m with your bless in gs. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -A clo s e frie nd or partner do es exa ctl y th e right thin g to mak e y ou c omfortable. Acce pt help tod ay a nd b e thankfuL Gath e r s tr e ngth and r ecuy e rat e 1 > Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -A pers ona re l ation s hip benefit s from an active imagination. This i s no time to depend on practical mea s ur e s In s tead make an e xtravagant speech or gestu re. Virgo 23-Sept. 22)Magic happens. You're surpris e d by how willingly everyone comes together to c r eate what you need Success blossoms Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Pull out all t h e sto p s to inj ec t glamour into an otherwise dull experie nce. Bring so uvenir s and memories for the scrap b ook a t hom e Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Som e body is a bit depressed today. You can h e lp by s u ggesti ng a variety of activities to ge t out of th e hou se and do so mething physical. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Think carefully b e f o r e pulling out your wallet. The mone y's there but is this really ho w you want to spend it? Reconsider your prioriti es Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Take a break from s tress. Walking outdoors could r eally hit the spot. So would a r e l axed m ea l shared with inter es tin g company. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Use all of your pow e r s to make yourse lf look lik e the person you mo s t want t o b e Appear ance m atters today. Dress for s u ccess. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Get up earl y if you hav e to in order to meditate in so litude. You need the b a la nc e thi s brin gs, as today i s filled with interesting people a nd possibilities SOAPS OPERA SPOilERS ALL MY CHILDREN-Greenlee wapts tlie truth; JR's setting Annie up for a fall ; David will protect G fee rilee a t any cost. Erica 1 prevents Greenlee from talking to Kendall; Colby le aves Liza with an ultimatum; Adam r e memb e rs happy times with Brooke What will Greenlee find when snooping in Erica's office? Brooke la ys down the law to Adam ; Colby has doubts abo ut JR's plan AS THE WORLD TURNS Frannie returns to celebrate Bob and Kim s anniversary. Repri s ing the rol e of Frannie is Oscar nominated film star Julianne Moore who appeared on the show from 1985-88 Jack shows Carly his romantic side; Gabriel med 'tlles in Craig's business. Vienna surprises Henry; Luke sticks up for Reid; Dusty harbors a secret. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Donna pleads with Eric to change his mind about letting Stephanie stay with them; Bill comforts Donna; Bridget asks Aggie for a second chance at their friendship. Donna confesses to Brooke and Katie that fears she may be losing Eric; Brooke issues a stern warning to Stephanie; Donna feels rejected; Whip introduces a new advertis ing campaign for Jackie M. called "Cabana." Owen voices his dis like of the new photo shoot ; Bridget's guilt begins to get the best of her; Thorne tries to convince Eric to reunite with Stephanie ; Bridget panics when she realizes that she missed a few days of taking her birth -contr ol pills. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Anna surprises Stefano with new in formation; Nicole reunites with Chloe; EJ becomes closer to Sami ; Nicole shows up to the Kiriakis mansion and asks for a job; Rafe is furious when he learns Be .nny has been released ; Chloe feels threatened by Carly. Brad y agrees to make joint decisions with Arianna; EJ confides in_ Lexie about his feelings for Sami; Bo whisks Carly out on a date; Will and Sami have an emotional confrontation; Anna makes a deal with Stefano; Bo gets some bad news about Kimberly. Stefano leads EJ to believe he's ready to broker a deal Sami gets a call from the police station and learns that Rafe s in trouble; Rafe is vague when Hope questions him; Bo gets read y to leave for L.A.; Chad shows up at the hospital to see his dad. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny orders Jason to kill Ethan; Maxie holds her own with Claire; Alexis sets a series of events in motion. Alexis sees the consequences of her actions; Lucky ques tions Ethan' s innocence; Dante and Olivia lay into Sonny. Lucky arrests Ethan; Johnny has a surprising suggestion for Olivi a; Dante hits a nerve with Lulu. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Schuyler gets more and more unhinged; Allison drops a bombshell oo Roxy ; Natalie opens up to Cristian. Schuyler s actions result in tragedy ; Roxy's dealt another blow; Natalie and Jessica go at it. jVill Gigi continue her custod y battle? Rex credits Bo with saving his life ; Starr confronts Ford. THE AND THE RESTLESS -Kevin receives an in triguing clue; Lauren meets her tormentors Lauren disappears; Ashley reconnects with Faith. Lily shares her diagnosis with Mac; Attending a church event were: Sharon Thompson and Tonyata, and Michele Crum. )> "U JJ rc:n 1\) 0 -" 0 ., r-0 JJ I CJ) m z m r-OJ c rrm :::! z "U c: OJ r-u; :I: m 0 m < m -4 c Attending the State F AMU Alumni Meeting were Francine Locker and Dorothy m B. Reed. At the Garvin's Party were: Irene Furguson, Martha Ravannah, Doris C. Moore ):II z 0 ., 0

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.t5Jrthda,y Greetings Local CD ....J a: a. <{ c CJ) UJ ::::> 1-c a: LL c z 1-UJ > w c UJ J: ,CJ) :::; m ::::> Q. z i= UJ ..J ..J ::::> m I ..J UJ z i= z UJ CJ) a: 0 ..J LL MAURISSA (to), MAURINIA (4), MAURANDA (3), MAURSHANNA (11) And DOMINIQUE (13) H a pp y 3 r d birthday t o our b a b y s i s t er. CARL And THERESA To: Carl, h a pp y birthday swee th ea rt. F r o m your wi f e Theresa. (81.3) 248-1.921. @b\. Did You Know Tha t ... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Includin Annual Relining & Surgery In P n For Your Dentures? Call And Schedu l e Your A ppointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 World' s Strongest TREACEEAndYANA Doesn t m a k e a n y sense m y m ommy's so b a d Why does ever ybody want Ms. T reacee so bad? Happy birthday m ommy. Love, your 1st lady M iss Yana Bestladv MR. And MRS. THOMAS Happy b irthday goes out to my n u m ber one lady. I l ove yo u Bae. 'South Pacific' At King High school Richard. Rodgers a n d Oscar Hammerstein' s S outh Pacific wi ll b e pre sented in the audito rium o f Kin g High School 681 5 N 56th St. (33610) on Tuesday and Thursday, April 27 and 29, 2 0 1 0. Curtain opens at 7 p m. For more i nformation, contact Ms. Carole Anderson (305) 9 75 -2730. ore Than 1,000 Anended 2 Sho ings O f 'Church Mess' l\lore than t.ooo attended the 2 showings of church l\tess' at SF's Oval Theatre A t a l e nt ed cas t performed th e urban gospe l piny. The play told about tht:' mess. peopl e in the church th e down low hoir direct or, who has p i a d a n d direct e d almost every church in the c ity; t h e go ipy ch u rch m other th at r efu es t o c u t off her mu s t ac h e; the churc h sec r etary w ho's in l ove with her p asto r w ho i s n o t int e r es t d i n h e r ; a nd th e gay m e mb r w h o e nd s th e play b y c h a n ging hi lif esty l e a nd g ivin g h i life t o C hri st. Rev. C h a d C o o per, w h o played th e r o l e o f th e pa s t o r i a playw ri ght, actor a nd produce r of H e h a d a r ewa rdin g m essage for everyo n e a t th e conclu s ion o f the pl ay during altar ca l l. Hundr e d s floc k e d t o th e fro nt. A s they ca m e, so n gstress Alic i a Robinson-Cooper sa n g s o ulful g os p e l s ongs. S h e ha s r e c orded with nationa l gosp e l a rti s t John P Kee. Ot h e r c a s t m e mb e r s w e r e : Playwright and movie producer of Church Mess and Family Mess: Rev. Cha d and Alicia Robinson Cooper. Lil R ound, n former Amfricnn I iol p Scnti11cl ph t gnpht.:r / writ er. Julin Jnc k on, who wns n mt:'mber f t he I rnis(' Volunteer Jun nitn Jncob s ass i s t e d wit h t h e shows i n Tampa and i n Lak e l and. T h e President o f Spirit Mag a zine, Jordan A n glin and Vice President, Jonathan Anglin, Jr. Representing Big John's Bar-B-Q, promoter and sponsor of the play: Beth and Danielle Majors and Amy Gipson.

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--------------------.-i Hillsborough County Thursday, April 8, 20 I 0 at 6:30 pm Head Start Administrative Offices 3639W.WatersAve., Suite SOO Tampa, FL 33614 For more information, contact Cynthia Williams at (813) 272-5140 ext.J 141 3639 W. Waters Ave., Suite 500, Tampa, FL 33614 1 813-272-5140 I www.hillsboroughcounty.org,lheadstart c m (/) 0 l> )> "'0 :D rm 1\) 0 ..... 0 C) m ----------------....., ..

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or------, --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Loca N ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Organization To Honor Local Pastor BY GWENDOLYN HAYES :\felson. Sr. joined in min istry with the Shellman family to pread th e gospel a nd sing. 0 CJ) UJ ::::> 1-c a: LL c z <( c (/) UJ ::::> 1-ft UJ > w c w :::1: ::::i m :::J Q, z w ...J ...J :::J m I ...J w z z w (/) C a: 0 ...J LL Sentine l Editor The Women Of Zi o n International, In c. i s planning for its 11th Annual Mighty Women Of God Confere nce, and 15th Annual Banquet And Testimonial P agea nt. Th e event w ill b e takin g p l ace o n April 23rd a nd 2 4th a t th e C l ario n H o t e l in th e B anque t H a ll. This year's th e m e i s A N e w B e ginnin g," ba se d on 1:20-26. According to Reverend Pauline L. Cole, CEO of the o rganization, the group will salute Dr. Ala Faye Nelson Vickers at thi s year's event. Dr. Vickers is the Senior Pa stor and Founder of Holy Outreach For C hrist House of Prayer Assembly, In c Early DR. ALA FAYE NELSO N VICKERS in her ministry, Dr. Nelson chose the public h o usin g complexes as her favorite targets to persuade others to come to C hri st. S h e and h e r husband, Bishop Willie B enjamin I n 1995 Bishop Nelson pas ed a w ay and Pa tor Nelson w as lef t to lead t he flock Lat er, she w ou l d ma rr y f o r a seco nd tim e t o Lester Vickers, Sr. H e l a t e r passe d a w a y Dr. Vickers i s the O ve rseer and Presiding Prelate ove r 5 churche s Tampa Plant C it y orth a nd South Car olina and Ge rm any. The Fellowship Confe r e n ce meets in a different l oca ti o n annually. ::ihe travels exte n s i vely ca rryin g the Word. Her Doctorate of Theology i s from R ainbow Sc h oo l of Ministry, and s h e has a Doctorate in Pastoral Counseling from Blessed H ope B i b l e College Dr. Nelson will be sa lut ed on Friday ni ght in a s p ec i a l se rvic e. Th e speaker for the eve nin g will b e Dr. Loretta Kearney, Pastor of J es u s I s L o rd Church. Contact Leo nard Boone (404) 587-0944 Or Email Leonard A t acts38@ymail.com Or LaTrel Foxx (813) 325-5377 For more information on the conference, see weekl y ads in the call (813) 237-1350, e m ail wozint@ net zero.com. or c h eck t h e web p age, www.women-of-zioninternati onal.org. BOARD CERTIFIED CRIMINAL TRIAL LAW CJFc: 813 EMERGENCY: 81 3 1 JOE A. CAIMANO, Esq RICO OFFENSES ARMED DRUG TRAFFICKING, TRAFFICKING, DELIVERY., POSSESSION MURDER, MANSLAUGHTER S E X CRIMES/CHILD ABUSE ALL OTHER FELONY OFFENSES &VOPs JOE CAIMANO IS UCENSED TO PRACTICE IN THE STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS OF FLORIDA 501 E. JACKSON ST., SUITE 308 Tampa, Florida 33602 Office: (813) 204-9070 emergency: (813) 431-6069 To see recent victories, go to the website: www.yourtampalawyer.com The hiring ofa lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisement s Before you decide, ask us to send you free written infonnation about our quali:fications and experience. Reverend Jeremiah Wright In Town For Revival T h e Reverend Jeremiah Wright WllS in Tampa a w w ks ago conducting a revival a t the Potter's House, w h rc R v. Patricia Hauser is the pastor. Rev. Wright lectur e d on Black History facts and th cultur of Blacks as well as the connection to our ancestors from Africa. Shown in this photo nrc: Jerri Wright, Waymcr Wright, R v. Pat Hauser and Rev. J e remiah Wright, Jr. (Photo b y Lomnx Mcintyre) Brenda Mcintyre and Linda Leavell were also in attenda nce at this service. HART CEO Addresses C ommunitv At Abe Brown Ministries HART CEO David Armijo takes a question a resident HART CEO David Armijo .took the agency s message to the HEART of Tampa. He met with res idents who live near Abe Brown Ministries on 29th Street in East Tampa on Friday, March 26. . Armijo shared HART's plans for extended bus ser vice, Rapid Transit and the proposed light rail system. Some of their concerns include: the need to extend bus service in New Tampa, expand bus service from East Tampa to the airport, provide more shelters and seating at bus stops in the area and residents wanted information about job opportunities for their community during HART's expansion. A number of staff was on hand to answer questions and after the event Armijo plans to eontinue his outreach efforts in both East andWest Tampa over the next several months. Several HART Board Members have committed to joining him.

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Local -i c m (/) Tampa Native Goes Abroad For International Studies svmbolic Felons )> March Sends Message Briana Huggins, a Tampa native and graduate of King High School IB Pr ogram, and current student at Florida In ternational University, had an opportunity to take her international studies t o another l evel. Briana w as also selectt>d t o ork as a le ga l in tern o r th e F e deral Trade Commission. \\'orking as the spokes rwrs o n f o r the :\ational.-\., ociatinn of Reiormed (:\ARC). M Joanna \Villiams h o p es t o bring nati o nal a tt e n tion t o th e plight o f felo n m ing thtir righ t s rtstnrtd upon Briana de cribes the t rip t o China a a m o t memorable e vent. The trip included a t our of B eijing, Shanghai and H ong K o ng Sh e h as had the opportunity t o study a nd travel t o B a n g k o k Thailand and pain. their reltase. Tlw inm1tes ll' t also being ashd t o h 1\'t' 1t c; len t o n e ftmily mtmlwr t o C hin a. Briana's first phot o in China While in Washington, Ms. Briana will gradu a t e thi s month with a Bach e lor of Bus i ne ss Administration in Int e r national Business and Finance H e r parents are Thomas and B elinda Gail Huggins. James Ranso m is her godfa ther. The orga ni za ti o n i s t agi n g a ymbolic 1illion F e l o n s o n Tu day April 13'h in Tallaha ee. Ms. Williams is as king inmates to writ e l e t t ers of support for m embe r o f ARC t o ca rr y \.vith th e m She i s a king thos e who are inc arce rated to commit to hav -For ab ut Williams a t P Tampa, FL 33 9 s-7 1. They an mnil t o : mail...cQm. 1970 To maximize her learning ex perience, Briana appl ied for and wa s accepted into the Wa s hington Semester Pro g ram h os t e d by American U niver s ity W as hington D C. The progra m offered a chance to take advanced courses in international business and trade, meet \.vith expe rt s, including a weekend program in New York to visit the ew York Stock Exchange, Federal Re serve Bank and a 3-week study abroad in H uggin s lived on Capitol Hill experien ce the legislative process, visited the Capitol and attended Congressional hearings on Foreign R e lations and visited the Whi t e House. She grew up as a member of Cathedral of Faith Church Bishop James H. Howe ll Pastor. The M iddleton Hi g h la s of 197 0 \.viii m e t Tuesday, April 010 at Pa l m River Library 6:30-?:30 p m. Marvin Butts i t h on tact person, or email mjddl etonclassoflg7o@yerjzou.net. Servees Inc. GIS SERVICES (Registration Deadline: April 9 ; 201 0) Largo Cuitural Center 1 OS Central Park o rive, Largo, 33771 $25 Registr.ation fee includes continental breakfast and lunch Basic fair housing training for hous-ing providers, rep/tors, property managers, homeowners, apartment associations and the genera'/ public. Session will topics such as: Basic Fair Housing Laws Homelessness Fair Lending Assistance Foreclosur& Assistance Impediments to Fair Housing (:hoice. Registration form: A Fair Housing 8r Home Ownership Seminar-April 15, 2010 (Registration deadline: Aprll9, 2010). ______________________________________________________ __ Phone# __________________________________ Street Address City State Zip If you require special accommodations, lndud i ng the provision of auxiliary aids or services, please let us know when :you make yOur reservation. For adclftfonallnformatlon or to register, please contact the Bay Area Apartment Association at (813) 882-()222. To reg i ster In Spanish, please contact the Tampa Office of Human Rights at (813) 274-5869 Mall your regfstratiorl and malw checks payable to: Bay Area Apartment Association, 6107 Memorial Highway, Suite 8, Tampa FL 33615. This odvertlsement I s paid by the Oty of Tampa with funding provided through a grant from HUCVFai r Assistance Program. ., r-0 :::0 c )lo (/) m z m r;m c: r r-z c: OJ c (/) :::z::: m < m :::0 -< c! m (/) c )lo z c ., :::0 c G') m CD

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0 CD ...J a: a.. Florida Is Onlv State With 3 Teens Serving lite L__ln_m_a_te_F_a_ci_ng=--L_if_e_R_ec_ a _lls_l_ o _ss_e_ s _..I IL__U s_. s u-=._p _re_ m e C _ou_ r t T o D e _ci_de_ C a s e--' LAN MANUEL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentin e l City Edito r Nearly 20 yea r s ago, a 1 2 yea ro ld was arres t e d and c h a r ge d with seve r a l seri o u s c rim es. T h e H ills b o r o u g h Sta t e A t t orney's Office d ec id ed that hi s crimes we r e so eg r eg i o u s th a t h e s h o uld b e tri e d as a n a dult. In 1990, Ian Manuel, a T ampa n a ti ve was arres t e d in connec ti o n with a n arme d r obbery whe r e a wo m a n wa s s h o t. Sh e s urvived the injury. Manuel > was convict e d of arme d robbe ry wit h a < deadly w eapon and attempte d fir s t d e C g r ee murder. H e was sente n ce d t o two fE l if e sente n ces on Apri l u 1991. c Manuel s a id h e lis t e n e d t o th e a dvi ce Z o f co unsel a nd ente r e d a g uilty p lea, <( thinki n g tha t h e w o u l d r ece i ve no more th a n 15 y ears in pri s on. Howeve r what C h e didn't know a t the t i m e, th a t two of ffi th e c h a r ge s carrie d automatic lif e sen ::> t ences without parol e 1-On Monday, March 29th, Manuel ft ce l ebrated his 33rd birthday b ehind w > w bars, jus t as h e h as f o r the past 2 0 y e ars. Sinc e b e ing incarce r a t ed, h e has a t t empte d s ui c ide s e v e r al time s H e has li\ed in sol it a r y co nfin e m e nt f o r m o r e than a decade. H e also learned of the d eaths of all of hi s close r e lativ es Hi s mothe r Ms. Peggye Manuel, died in 1996 fiv e years aft e r h e went t o prison Hi s fath e r. Jimmie Reese, died in 2005. Hi s only brother, Sean Manuel, di e d last year of heart failure For his birthday, Manuel wrote a poem e ntitled, "The words re flect the things he has missed since his incarceration. someone come see me; to me; to do it me." Manuel i s curre ntl y h o used a t the Santa Rosa Corre c tional Institution. Anyone wishing to contact him can write t o: Ian Manuel, #518907; 5850 East Milton Road, Milton, FL 32583. JOE HARRIS SULLIVAN In m a n y ways, th e s tori es o f Joe Harris Sullivan a nd I a n Manuel have s im ilariti es. B o th Sullivan a n d Manuel a r e Afri ca n An1erica n m a l es wh o w e r e g i ve n lif e se n t e n ces b e f o r e reaching their resp ec ti ve 14th birthdays. In Nov embe r 2009, Sullivan's c ase w as a r g u e d b e f o r e the U. S. Supre m e Court in Attorney Bryan Stevenson a r g u e d the sente n ce wa s crue l a n d un u s u a l punishme nt. The court has not r e n d e r e d a v e rdict y et. In th e petition, Attorney Stevenson s a i d 13 one 15, and one 17, and s entence d without one cltildren sen to non-homicide and no reHead Start/ Early Head Start Now Accepting Applications in 18 If the rourt with Attorney Stevenson, tlw ruling co uld hnw nn af fec t on Manuel's ense In Mny 1 9R9, 1 3 yca r -o ld Joe Harris Sullivan a nd two o ld e r boys nce usN.I of breaking into n P e n sncoln home nnd fled with jewl'il) n nd co in s. l...llter thn t dny, th e t ee nagers returned t o the home und n 7 2-yea r-old woman was brutally rnped. Afte r a tri a l that lu s t e d 8 h o urs, u jury convicted Sullivan o f the crime in 35 minutes H e wns sent e n ced to lif e without parol e Sullivan, wh o hns b ee n din gnosed pro g r ess i ve form o f multiples l e ro s i s a n d i s c infin e d t o a wh e l h a ir i s curr ntl y in h o u s ed at th e R ece pti o n and M e di ca l n t e r a t Utk e Butle r orrectio nnllns t i tut i o n Childre n G iven Life Sentences A lth o u g h th e l a w s support th e sent e n c in g, it i s s till r a r e for a c h ild t o b e sen t e n ce d to a lif e sente nc e, es p ec i ally wh e n the vic tim does not die. Las t month, Jose Guadalupe Walle n ow 15, b e ca m e the third Flor ida t ee na g r to r ec eiv e a lif e sente n ce for a n o n h omi c idal crim e. He wa s s en t e n c d for tw o rapes. M s Julie Ann Holt, Hill sboroug h C ounty Publi c Defe nd e r said many l aw s h av e passed that enhance th e p uni shment f o r c rim es A p e r s o n d o es not think a t th e ag of 1 2 lik e h e wo uld a t a ge 25 But in F lorida, on c e a child i s p l a ce d in ad ult cou r t, th e r e a r e n o s p e c i a l r ul es for t hat chi ld M s Holt said. c w :z::: ::::i m :::> a. z t= w ...J ...J :::> m 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. I ...J w z t= z w <( c a: 0 ...J LL 0 T"" 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 O'lild care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with an impairment affecting the child'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 trimeste r Head Start is pleased to partnet in this expansion with: METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES IIOP'EI.MS ltfJIE r.;"\ l-li.llsboro!!gh Coun!)' P u n 1. 1 c s c 1-1 o o l. s X Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www .hillsborouqhcounty orq/ head start/ For more information on enrolling, call_ 813-272-5140 (TTY 813-301-7173) ''Transportation Not Provided" Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a federally funded p r ogram, operated by the H illsborough County Board of County Commissioners Department o f Child r e n' s Services. FundS for a tw o-year expansion effort (2009/2010 2010/ 2011) are provided through the American RecQVery and Reinvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Lutheran Services Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa M e tropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does n ot discriminate based on di5?bility.

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Entertainment Tvler Perrv Comes In Second At Box OHice ancient Greek action re make de buted at No. 1 with $61.4 millio n according t o studio es tima t es Sun d ay. A t No. 2 with $30. 2 million was Lio n sga t e's se qu e l I r e unitin g filmm a k e r Perry with Jane t Jackso n a nd o th e r co-s t a r s f o r an o th e r comic dra m a ab o ut e i g ht frie nd s and th e ir r e l a tion s hip s Th e pr e viou s w ee k e nd' s top movie, Dre a mWork s Anima tion' s Viking adventure ran a clo s e third with $29.2 million, rai s ing its 1 0-day total to $92 3 million Estimated ticket sales for April2-4 1. "Cl as h of th e Tit a n s," $61.4M. 2. "Tyl e r P e r ry's Wh y Did I G e t M a rri e d Too?", $30.2M. 3 "How t o Tr a in Y o ur Dragon," $ 2 9.2M. 4. Th e Las t S o ng," $16. 2M. s. "Alice in W o nd e rland $8.3M. 6. "H o t Tub Tim e M ac hin e," $8M. 7 Th e Bounty Hunte r $6.2M. 8. "Diary of a W impy 1-.:id ss.s:\1. 9. "She's Out of :'vty League," s 1.463:\1. 1 0 "Shutter I sla nd $1.462 :\l. Never Underestimate Tyler Perry I was Perry's seco nd bi ggest deb ut, b e hin d las t year's with $4 1 milli on. Lio n sga t e w hi c h h as di stribute d all nin e o f Perry's m ovies, h a d thou ght hi s l a t est mi ght co m e in around $25 million for th e wee k e nd. "Every tim e w e do on e o f hi s m ovies, I w a k e up on S a turda y a nd think wh y do I alw ays un d e r es tim a t e him?" sa id David Spitz, h e ad of di s tribution for Lion sg at e "H e 's unbelie vab le. H e know s hi s audi e nce." Faith Evans Facing $360,000 Tax Debt FAITH EVANS Faith Evans is the iatest celebrity added to the growing list of people with tax problems The former first lady of Bad Boy Records is facing a total of $360 ,000 in back taxes owed to th e government. Th e mone y owed stem s from liens filed against Evans in LOs Angeles New York and New Jersey. Accordin g to The D e troit Pr ess and public r e cord s, th e IRS file d a $ 36,360 lie n in N e w Y o rk. B e f o r e that the IRS file d a $119, 821 lie n ag ain s t h e r on F e b 16 with th e Los Ang e l es County Rec ord e r of Dee d s for her home. There is also a previous infrac tion for $204 ,000 filed against her by the state of New Jersey on Oct. 30, 2008. Evans was also named in a million dollar lawsuit for breach of contract earlier this year. Kaushi Entertainment LLC and Dro-Entertainment Inc filed the lawsuit against Evans and the estate of the late Christopher "Notorious B.I.G." Wallace for not pro viding footage as promised of the rap legend. COME JOIN THE GROUP -JOIN rnE FUN 4111 -4/14-Peart River Resort Casioo Enjoy "Spring Break Holiday" In Philadelphia. MS $199 Per Person Receive $25 Free Play 31$10 Food Coupons 5r28 -5131 -GWiah Festival -Beaufort sc Memorial Day 'Neekend. Enjoy The & $350 Per Person Culture Of The Gullah People. Tour Beaufort; Famous Entertainers Each Night 8/30 -9/04 -A11antic City -BaBy's Casino -(3 N i ghts) Receive $45 Free P lay 3/$10 Food Coupons 1 Night In Charleston, SC & 1 N ight In $430 Per Person Myrtle Beactl, Rece ive Breakfast Each Morning Please Book Now!!! Dea dli nes Do Apply Payment Plans A vailabl e Road Ready Tours (#ST--3724 7) 9B65 US Highway 301 North Tampa, FL 33637 {813) 964-1 062 Ervkah Badu Charged Over Nude Video Shoot E R Y K A H BAD U DALLAS e osoul s ing e r Erykah Badu faces a dis orderly c onduc t char g e for her nud e mus i c video shoo t in downtown D allas' Dea l ey Plaza, offic i a l s an no un ced Friday. Badu, a D allas native, pe r form e d a walkin g s tr iptease in fron t of t o ur is t s a n d pe d es tri a n s d urin g th e M a r c h 13 s h oo t f o r Badu's mus i c vid eo. Th e p e rform a nce e nd e d with a nud e Badu a c tin g outre ce ivin g a f a t a l g un s h o t t o th e h ea d a t th e s pot w h e r e President John F. Kennedy w as a s s a s s inat e d in 1963 Sgt. Warren Mitchell s aid Fri da y th e d ecis ion to c it e Badu for di s ord erly c onduct a mi s d e m e an o r punish able b y a fine o f up to $saocame afte r witne ss Ida Espinosa, 32 of Vernon offer e d a s worn statement to po lice Thursday. Espinosa d e clin e d to comm e nt. Mitchell sa id Badu c an e ith e r fight th e cha r ge or p ay th e fine. H e sa id a citati o n would b e mail e d to th e sin ge r Merkerson leaving 'law & Order' S. EPATHA MERKERSON NEW YORK ---S. Epatha Merkerson, the senior member of the & cast, is leaving after the show's current 20th season. Merkerson, who joined the NBC drama in 1993 as New York police Lt. Anita Van Buren, has decided to exit after 17years. The 57-year-old Merkerson is an Emmy winner for HBO s 2005 film and, earl y in her career, played Reba the Mail Lady on As Merkerson prepares to d epart & the s ho w awaits n ews o f whether it will b e b ack. A r e n ewal for next seaso n woul d make it 1V's l ongest of a generation ago c m (/) Janet Jackson Drew On Own life For Perrv Film 0 l> -< l> "0 ::D r m :\E\\' YORK -Janet Jackson hn ;mgtr in an ll\ cr-thc-tup. dram a t i L a n d i n th e Tyler Perry t ilm. 1\'h y I Too?" But Jack son who p o rtray s a s elflwlp p in a strul!,gling marria ge. explain s that she s expr e s se d h e rself that way in r eal lif e too. "One tim e I did," s he said. "Not to tha t extent ... I've thrown one t h ing." "It was very t h erapeutic I was ab l e t o re l ease i n s u c h a way," Jackson co ntinu e d "It's good. It see m e d t o m e th a t yo u h ad re h ea r se d it b efor e in your ow n lif e," Perry adde d Perry says Jackson u se d p e r so n a l exp e ri e n ces t o fue l th e p a in h e r c h a r ac t e r a tt e mpt s t o hid e in th e film. Jackson's p ortraya l see m s p e r so nal b eca u se it happ e n e d at a p e r so n a l tim e f o r th e s in ge r -a ctr ess w as se t to b eg in filmin g th e w ee k h e r brothe r Michael Jackson die d \ June t Juckson stars u s Patricia Agnew and Malik Yobn stnrs us Gavin Agnew in Why Did I Get Mnrri d Too' ? Jackson, 43, says s h t oo k so m e of th e film 's int e n se m o m e nt s off th se t th o u g h s h 1\.) 0 ....... 0 pre f e r re d t o I ave it th e r .., Whil e r ea l lif e co up! m ay r l ea rn fr o m th e dysfun c tion a l p a ir s in th e film Jackson a nd c Perry a r e n't int e r es t e d in g i v-)> in g out m a rri age a dvice. "N eve r b ee n m a rri d Perry z says pointin g to him se lf th n -i pointin g to .Jackson, "'I'w i divor ced. You w ant to a k u s? r;"Yea h n o t a g o o d thing," Jackson a dd s txJ c r r Jav-z And Damon Dash In Talks To Relaunch Roc-A-Fella Records z "'0 c txJ c (/) :I: m c Rumor s are runnin g rampant about a Jay Z and Dame Dash r e conciliation m ee tin g in N e w York. Accordin g to r eports, Jay Z was spott e d h av in g dinn e r with th e old Roc-A F e lla po sse in cluding Beanie Siegel and Memphis Bleek. "Jay and Dame hav e talked about resurrecting the Roc th e insider claims "All they are looking at now is how they want to handle the deals with the side artists. Damon Dash also commented as he left the restaurant stating, "Time heals all wounds and JAY-ZAnd DAMON DASH m < m :D -< -t c m c )> z c .., :D we're back to getting this 6 money. Jay has always been like my brother, s o on ce again it's on." Jay didn't respond, but did a flash a smile and h e ld up th e Roc sign as he exited. Howard Stern, Jamie Foo Start Sirius Feud LOS ANGELES -There' s a Sirius rivalry brewing between two of the satellite radio net work s biggest stars. Howard Stern went after Jamie Foxx earlier this week after he and his crew made remarks criticizing the shock jock and co-host Robin Quivers for comments they made about star Gabourey Sidibe. Th e cr e w starte d in with m e I'm not ... gonna s it h e r e and take i t and lis t e n to some bull -," Stern said o n his show. "And quite frankly, I'm going to end it now, because, you know what, I got as--load of stuff on Jamie, which isn't a lot of fun." The radio host then ques tioned the "Valentine s Day" star' s sexuality Earlier, Foxx's crew went after Stern and Quivers in response to Stern's controversial com ments about Sidibe's weight She has a lot i n common with 'Precious,' she was ov erweight, she wa s once black ," on e crew m embe r s aid of Quivers. I hope th a t this f eud gets us hot, b ecause Howard hasn't C) really m a d e a b ig splas h i n a m ..... l ong ti m e," Foxx said. .....

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SP-_o_rts-----------------------------------------------------------------------------<0 ..J a: a. 0 (/) w :::::> 1-Don't Expect Tiger's Wife To Anend Masters TIGER And ELIN WOODS Do n t expect b e leaguered wife Elin Nordegren to appear anywh ere near Augusta National Golf Course th i s week regardl ess Tiger Hits The Unk._.;; For Some l\las ters Practice ACGL' TA. G.-\ --Tiger \'\'oods walked ont o the fir t t ee .\l on d a \ to a, k"ard ilence f r o m abou t soo fan s wh o g r adually warmed up to him as he began a practice r ound a t the with Fred Couples. -welcom e back, Tiger, .. cam e the occasional s h o ut from th e galle ry. Woods turned t o acknowl edge th e fans \vith a nod and a s mil e -something h e rare l y did before a ex scandal made him the source of so much ridicule of Tiger Woods' Masters 0 performance. It was hi s fir s t time pl ayi n g before a gall ery s in ce Nov. 15 a t the Australian Mas t e r s and its sell out crowd in Melbourne, whe n Woods came from b ehind on the final day to win for the 82nd time in hi s career. a: u. c z > a: w > w c w J: CJ) :::::i m :::::> a. z t= w ...J ...J :::::> m I 'Tiger' s appearance at the Masters i s not about her,' said one source clos e to the co upl e 'It' s about Tiger get tin g back to golf. For her to show up -that would b e counterproductiv e.' Another source points out that although Elin has been at th e 18th green for many of Tiger's wins, she' s never g reeted h e r husband at the Mast e rs "Elin has not even bee n the p e rson on th e 18th green at th e Masters -it's always bee n one of his parents," said the source. "Unless the r e s a massiv e c h a nge in plans, yo u aren' t going to see h e r the re. They're working on their marriage in private, not in public. Woods teed off about 8 a.m., right as the gates to Augusta National opened. The crowd increased with every hole, and it included some familiar faces -Mas t e r s chairman Billy Payne was among those watching. A helicopter circled the course without flying overhead. Woods hooke d hi s opening t ee shot toward th e ninth fairway and hit another. H e walked briskly, chatting with Couples as fans lining th e fairways took pictures of every step. Also getting pl e nty of attention was hi s swing coach Hank Haney, who posed for a half-dozen pictures behind the third t ee. ...J w z t= ---------------------------------------------z w CJ) a: 0 ...J u. t;owbovs Release Flozell Adams, Ken Hamlin FLOZELL ADAMS And KEN HAMLIN IRVING, TX-The Dallas Cowboys have released fivetime Pro Bowl offensive tackle Flozell Adams and safety Ken Hamlin two Support Thelorida Sentinel Advertisers years after both sig ned longterm contraets. Adams was coming off his 12th season and was the longest-tenured player on the team, h!lving started 178 of his 182 games for Dallas. All of his Pro Bowl selections came between 2003-08. Hamlin was a Pro Bowl pick in 2007, his first season in Dallas after spending the first four years of his career in Seattle. Adams and Hamlin both signed six-year deals through 2013 before the season. Adams could have been a free agent then, but never hit the market before signing his US (Canadian) $43-million deal with the Cowboys, who drafted him in the second round out of Michigan State in 1998. Rogers Pleads Not Guiltv To Concealed weapons Charge SHAUN ROGERS C LEVELAND --C l e veland Brown s n ose tackl e Shaun Rogers has plead e d not guilt y to a con cea l e d w e apons c harge aft e r au thoriti es say h e trie d t o carry a load e d handgun through airport sec urity in a carry-on bag. Rogers' atto rn ey Patrick D'Angelo says his c li ent ente r e d th e plea Saturday in C l eve l a nd Municipal Court. The charge carries a m ax imum p e n a lty of 18 months in pnson. The 31-yea r-old a pologiz ed to his fans and his team Friday after s p e ndin g a night in jai l sayi n g h e didn 't m ea n to take the gun into C leveland Hopkins International Airport. Rogers to ld police h e forgot th e g un was in his b ag w h e n h e attempted to fly to Texas on Thursday. D'Angelo says Rogers p lanned t o fly to Houston later Saturday t o spend Easter with family a nd will make sur e to c h ec k eve ry thing." Sproles Inks 1-Year, $12M Deal DARREN SPROLES San Diego running back Darren Sproles isn' t big, but his paycheck last year was. And will be next year, too. Sproles, the diminutive sit uational back and return spe cialist, reportedly s igned his restricted free-agent tender Friday, guaranteeing the fifth-year pro a one-year salary of $7.28 million in 2010. The s-foot-6, 185-pound Sproles was tagged as. the Chargers franchise player in 'og and pulled down a oneyear salary of $6. 62 a figure equal to the average of the five highest-paid running backs in the league last season. Runner Caster Semenva Still Not Allowed To Race S outh l.frican runtH'r Caster e menya is :>till facing troubles from her gemkr lL'sting scandal. prl' \ iousl y rcported the lntl'rnational Asso iation of Athletic Federation se nt the for gender t es t ing t o determine if s h e wa s truly b o rn 1 w o man afte r s he un won a n oom t e r comp tit ion . IT'h r h a b n p ul ation rthat the test re ult ha e been g i e n and ar b ing withheld from th public bu t the IAAF maintains that fi n a l results will not b e exp ec t e d until June Unti l th e n th e organization has c leared h e r to run in upcoming competition s. Unfortunat l y for Semenya, s h e s facing opposition at th e eve nts. Th a t when she appeared at a m e t in t e llcnbos h ou th Afr i a, th orguni z r s wo uld not I t h r p a rti ipat B e for t h a t S m nyn was d ni d participati o n a t th n a ti o n a l champions hi p in Durban, outh Afri a, and th e 13th IAAF World Indoor C h ampionships in M a r h. Eagles Trade McNabb ToRedskins PHILADELPHIA Donovan McNabb i s c h ang in g uniforms and stay ing in the NFC East. The Phil a d elphia .fagles traded McNabb to the Washington R e dskins for a pair of draft picks Sunday night. The Eag l es will r ece iv e a second-round pick (37th overa ll ) in thi s month in th e NFL draft and e ith e r a third or fourth-round pick n ex t year. "Donovan McNabb was more t h an a franchise qu a r terback for this t ea m," Eagles chairman Jeffrey Lurie sai d. truly embodied all of the attributes of a g reat quarterback and of a great p erso n. H e h as b ee n an exce l lent representative of this organization and th e entire National Football League both on and off the field. I look forward to honoring him as one of the greatest Eagles of a ll-time and hopefully see him enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton one day." DONOVAN MCNABB The trade i s the boldest move to date for n e w R e d skins coach Mike Shanahan and could spell th e end in Washington for Jason Campbell, the starter for 3-1/2 seasons Shanahan already has s i gned free-agent Rex Grossman as a backup a nd has b ee n actively scouti ng th e top quarte rbacks availab l e in the draft when the R e d s kin s will have the No. 4 overall pick.

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED m 0 Wade's ife Responds Lakers Sion BrvantTo To Custodv Petition 3-Year Extension DWAYNE WADE M l A M I -Dwyane Wade's estra n ge d wif e ha s responde d t o t h e Miami H eat s ta r s p e tit i o n for s o l e c u s t od y o f t he co upl e s two c h ildre n sayi n g the filin gs a r e r e t aliatio n t o her as kin g f o r a n orde r of protection last m o n t h Wad e file d for c u sto d y o f th e b oys ages 8 a nd 2 e a rli e r t hi s w eek. H e a l so a s k e d a Chicago court that his wife S i ohva u ghn be psycholo!!, ically evaluated. The couple separated in A u gust 2007. Their dimrce tri a l is sc h eduled to beg i n in Jun e .. Ou r cli e nt b elieHs th a t these va ri o u s pape r s w e r e file d a s r e t aliati o n f o r h e r legitimat e claim f il e d Mar c h 19, 2010 in t h e D o m es ti c R e l a tion s Court in a P etition f o r O r d e r of Pro t ection r egarding the a b u se b y Mr. Wad e d a tin g back t o 2006," Eunice Ward, a n a ttorney in t h e C hi cago firm r epre s enting Siohvaughn Wad e said Siohvaughn Wad e h a s previo u s l y a ll ege d tha t h e r husband a b ando n e d his childre n that they wer e frightene d to b e around him and that h e w as g ui l ty of extre m e and r e p e a t e d m enta l c ru e lty t o w a rd h er. Hopkins Senles Score With Jones Jr. BERNARD HOPKINS Beats ROY J ONES JR. LAS VEGAS --Bernard Hopki n s collapsed to his knees in h is dressing room, draine d from a brutal fight and exhausted b y the end of his 1 7 -y ear wait for revenge against Roy Jones Jr. Two of their generation' s greatest boxers j ust might have ende d t heir careers together in a Las Vegas h o s pital Saturday night, but only Hopkin s earned the right to lea v e with a victory. Hopkins won a grueling unanimous decision in his long-delayed rematch with Jone s emphati call y a v eng ing his loss in the fame d champions first bout in 1993 Although both fighters often appeared to be s h ad ows of their former selves t h e 45-year-ol d Hopkins (515 -1, 3 2 KOs) d o minated nearly every r ound of a light fight filled with veteran tactics and fueled b y o bviou s mutual Hopkins punctua t e d h is dominance with a s tirring r ebound from the 41-yearold Jones' punch b ehin d h is head and the ensuing in-ring fracas late in the sixth round at the Mandala y Bay E vents Center. Hopkins was hit behind the head twice and belo w the belt at le a s t onc e during the bout, leaving him with spots befere his e yes in the final rounds. KOBE BRYANT LOS ANGELES --Kobe Bryant s ign e d a t h r ee yea r co ntract ex t e n s i on Frid ay w o rt h n ea r l y $g o millio n t h a t w ill k ee p him wit h th e L o s A n g e les L ak e r s thro u g h t h e 20 1 3 1 4 sea s on. T h e d e a l w ill b eg in aft e r n exi s e aso n Bryant is m ak in g $ 23 milli o n thi s se aso n a nd i s du e t o e arn $24.8 m i l lion n ext seaso n It 's very r a r e to have a p layer play h i s entire ca r ee r in o n e c ity, so I' m v e r y excit e d," h e said aft e r t h e L a k e r s b ea t Uta h 106 92. Bryant c ou l d ea rn $27-4 millio n in 201112, $30 2 mil lion th e f ollowin g seas on a nd m o r e th a n $32 milli o n in his fina l yea r whe n h e w o u l d b e 35 Ask ed i f i t would b e his last contrac t Bryant r epli e d I d o ubt it but i t's p o ssible Florida Woman Wants Charges Against Holmes SANTONIO H OLMES MIAMI --A Florida woman who s u ed P i ttsburgh Stee l ers r eceiver Santonio Holmes over an alleg e d ass a u lt now w ants to press charges, polic e said Friday. Anshonae Mills, 21, filed a lawsuit March 24 claiming Holmes grabbed h e r face and threw a g lass at her Marc h 7 i n a n Orl an do n i gh t club cutting h e r a b ove t h e e y e In the lawsuit she said Holmes and a p olice officer intimidated her s o she wouldn t press charge s Mills change d h e r mind, and the case has been reop ened, O rlando police Sgt. 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or-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local ..... 0 _J a: Cl. a:. w > w c w ::E: (/) ::; m ::::: Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::::: m I Lit z i= z w en. 't :: ./ The ongoing violence, being on a rise in Chicago temperatures, is a boy bclng shot in the head blocks Yl'XaY from a live pe4_ce presS' conferene:e. President. Obama Declares He's 'Biack';On CensusrForm White House officials are confirming reports that President Obama filled out his U.S. Census form and declared that he was Black. When filling out his Census form, Obama checked the box say.ing that he was "Black, Afr Anlerican or Negro" --_ a term used on the census in case older Black people still refer to themselves as such, There was speculation whether the President, born of a Kenyan father and white mother, would check white, check both black and white, or PRES. BARACK OBAMA check the box saying he was "some other race." The Census forms do not have a category fqr biracial or mixed race people.

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Victim Dead, Suspect Person Of Interest In ; Critical After Shooting Possession Shoot ing Turns Himself In MICHEAL CROSSNO ..... suspect in shooting in critical condition at local hospital. At 10:49 p. m., Friday, deputies re s ponded to a shoot ing at The Estates Apartment C o mplex, 10:!13 Pale rm o C ircle Deputies reported that it ap pears Mike Danjels, 20 along with two others were inside an apartment when two suspects knocked on the door a n d en tered. There were s h o t s fired th at st ruck Daniels and o n e of th e s u s p ec t s, identified as Michael Cro sno, 20. Daniels was pronounc e d dead at the scene and Cro no was hospitalized and is listed critical condition. A second suspect, described as a Black male wearing all red, fled the scene and has not been located. Deputies and detec tives are continuing to investi gate the incident. Suspect Arrested After Fleeing From Trooper BENJAMIN BAXTER On Friday, a Florida Highway Patrol trooper attempted to stop a motorcycle for running a stop sign on SR 618 (Crosstown Expressway) at the entrance ramp to I -75. The driver of the motor cycle entered northbound I-75 traveled across several lanes and then onto the emergency lane. Troopers said the driver laid his motorcycle down and fled on foot. He jumped a fence and en tered a pond where he was spot ted b y a Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office h e licopter. The helicopter observed th e s u spec t running toward s apartment buildings in the area. A perime t e r was set up by troop e rs and deputies Accord in g to reports Benjamin Baxter, 23, entered an apartment and refused to l eave, allegedly threatening the family. Witnesses were able to lead troopers and deputies to the apartment where they were able to gain entrance and arrest Baxter. Baxter is on supervised re lease status from the Department of Corrections. He was charged with burgl ary, kidnap ping false imprisonment of a child under the age of 13, fleeing and eluding law enforcement of ficers, and as a habitual traffic offender. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Ne raska Ave. & scou St. -.. "' ='; : ; :--:::J": :t: S .. :"':: :: CJSe: s: ;: .. cor 3C.e"": serr;"!! : ... .. s : _.c .. .. ::-J: :'" :::: .. : :ua : .. : l .. d er:e' Charges A joint investigation is being conducted by the Pinellas County Sh e riffs Office and the St. Petersburg Police Depart ment into a kidnapping and at tempted murder case that began in Pinellas County came to Hillsborough County, then ended in St. Petersburg where the victim was found with seri ous, but not lif e threatening stab wounds. According to police, at 6:30 p.m. on March 31, 2010, Sohil Merchant, 27, was lured to a location to the Highpoint area of Pinellas County w h ere he was kidnapped b y two armed sus pects Inve s tigators indi cated th e r e were illega l drug ov e r tones to this case Poli ce sa id the two s u spects tied up a nd beat Merchant, put him in his ve hicl e, and drove him to Hillsborough County. Merchant t exte d a friend in Hillsborough Cou nty during the ordeal and asked the friend to get him a large sum of money po l ice said. The friend became suspicious and called the Hills borough County Sheriffs Office Deputies notified the Pinellas County Sheriffs Office. One of the suspects, identi fied as Lewis Harris, 31, re portedly got out of the vehicle somewhere in Hillsborough Cou nty Deputies tried t o locate M e rchant's vehicle but the second s u spect drove i t away with Merchant tied up in the trunk to St. Pete, police said. The second suspect stopped the vehicle near 5th Avenue, North and 38th Street, North where he al l egedly stab bed Merchant several times, leav ing him at that location before driving away n his vehicle Last Thursday, St Petersburg Police responded to the 3800 block of 5th Avenue, North on a citizen s call of a person tied up and bleeding. When police ar rived they found Merc4ant with stab wounds. He was transported to a local ho spital. Police later found Merchant's veh icl e abandoned and it was impounded. Harris was interviewed by deputies who later charged him with kidnapping, and being a felon in possession of a handgun. No information was re leased on the second suspect. 7, 11. 15, 19 "An idle mind 35, 37 is the devil 's 41, 53, workshop." :\t 5:45 p m .. Antonio Steadman. 25. con t ac t ed detectives w i th th e Hillsborough C o unty hl riff:; Office a nd said he was turning him se lf in H e arrived at the Orient Road Jail with his attor ney and was booked o n \iolation of probation charges. Steadman was hcing soug ht by authorities as a per son of interest after four t ee nagers were shot in Progres s Village last Thursday. A witn s identified Steadrmm as being the occupant of one of the vehi cles involved in the hootings. On June 11, 2008, Steadman wa put on probation for 18 months on marijuana, con trolled s ub tance, and cocaine possession charges. According to arrest records, Steadman was arrested twice in 2005, once for presenting a false state ment of insurance and later for possession of m a r ijuana and driving with a sus p e nded license On January 26, 2006, Steadman was arrested for driving with a s usp e nd e d liccnse and atta h d t signed to 1 v hi le. Steadman was from jail Jun 20, 200 t o b gin his probation on the drug c h arges On Jul 9, 2009, h was arrested for violating pr bation and a hea1ing wa s t r July 13, 2009. On Augu t 2r:, 2009, h was again put on pro bation for the drug charg s. m 1\) 0 ...... 0 On 0 tober 8, 2009, Steadman was in court agai n for vi, olat in g his probation and a hearing was se t for October 14, 2009 where again his probation 0 was reinstated. He is curr ntly being held without bond for vi olating probation on th Jun (/) m 11, 2008, c harg es. z m r-1 Of 2 Men Shot During Home Invasion In Coma m c: .-z "tJ c: m c (/) On March 26 2010, Tampa Police reported that Terrance Hamerter, 26, and hi s brother, Terrell Hamerter, 24, were victims of a home in vasion and double-shooting. Polic e reported that one of the brother s was leaving home around 3 a.m. Both walked out side and noticed a car and two men dressed in black standing outside Terrance and Terrell ran back inside the home followed by the two men. Once inside, police said the suspects fired several shot, striking Terrance in the leg and Terrell was shot. three times in the head and chest. TERREL HAMERTER :t: m 0 m < m -t c: Terrance wa s ho s pitalized m in stable condition and Terrell (f) in critical condition. According to detectives, they were able to get an update on Terrell's condition Friday and 0 report he's in a coma. -n Detectives are interviewing a Terrance in an effort to get more info about the shootings. lakeland Ma n Gets. life For Revenue Murders LAKELAND On March 21, 2008, Jessica Upton, 18, and Aundre Barnes, 29, were found dead inside an apartment at the Willow Glen Pla ce Apart ments. Both had been shot in the head. Monquelle Anderson, 18, was arrested and charged in the double homicide, and police re ported he had a short relation ship with Upton. On Friday, Anderson, fac ing the death penalty was given a life sentence Accorrung to Lakeland Po lice, Anderson had gone to the apartment and found Upton and Barnes in bed. He then shot them both with a sawed-off shotgun. Police said before Anderson allegedly carried out the murders, h e called Upton's roommate and told her he was in their apartment and planning violence When the roommate ended her conversation with Anderson, police said she called 9-1-1. By the time police arrived, Upton and Barnes had already been s hot. Police also reported that Anderson had what was believed to be the murder weapon on him when he was found a few blocks from the crime scene. Police said he threatened to kil l C) himself, but was taken into cus-m tody with.O.tlt_ ip c ......
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Notice of Publi c Hearing A publiC heanng w1ll b held by the Land Use Hea nng Off i cer pursuant to H ills borough County Land Oevelo pmen Code beginning at 9 :00 A M., Apr i l 23, 2010 at the Board Room 2nd F loor of he County Cen er 601 E Kennedy B lvd., Tampa to hear he following requests Copies of the applications department reports and fegal descriptions are available for public i nspection in a master file maintained by the P lannmg and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the B oard of County Commissioners All i nterested per sons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence i n this matter must submit same to the Hear ing Master at the public hearing before him/her Th e decision of the Land Use H earing Off i cer w ill be filed w i th the Clerk with i n fifteen ( 15 ) work i ng days after the concluS io n of .. c. the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional info rmat ion concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 09-0903-LU James E Lynch requesting a Variance to allow fence in scenic corridor fence height & setback requirements for property located at 16230 L ivingston Ave., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 1 O-Q317-GB, Mosaic Fertilizer LLC requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 9815 US Hwy 41 S., zoned RES6 /0C-20. Petition VAR 10-0343-EL, Tampa Bay Hotels LLC requesting a Var iance to parking requirements for property located at 4506 Oak Fair Blvd., zoned PO. Petition VAR 10-0358-BR, Olga J Ortiz requesting a Variances to setback and to allow an accessory dwelling on legal non-conforming for property located at 2008 Carmella Dr zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 1 O-Q375-KO, Noel & Amanda Fernandez requesting a Variances to setback requirements for property located at 171 02 Whirley Rd., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 10-0379-APB, Mary Beth & Richard Sultenfuss requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 6520 Richies Way, zoned PD. Petition VAR 10-0380-NWH, Jennifer A. & John Perez requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property located at 10713 Ashford Oaks Dr., zoned PD. Petition VAR 10..()383-BR, Carmen M Smith requesting a Variance to the fence height & setback requirements for property located at 909 Oak Hollow Pl., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 10-0386-TNC, Nelson Gonzale,z & Yuselis Garcia requesting a Variances to fence height & setback requirements for property loca,ted at 5835 Barry Ln., zoned M. Petition VAR 10-0389-PR, Mauricio Cuellar Dominguez requesting a Variances to the setback requirements for property located at 2319 S 50th St., zoned RDC-12 & CN. Petition VAR 10-0393-USF, Clayborn J & Donna K Miller requesting a Variance to the setback for property located at 2309 Towery Trail, zoned RSC-6 VAR 10-0396-TH, 1-4 Land Holding Limited Co. requesling a Sign Variance for prqperty located at 6130 Lazy Days Blvd. zoned PD. -. Petition VAR 10-0401-EGL, Double ELand Company, LLC requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 5815 N. Dale Mabry HwY . zoned CG. P'tition VAR 10-0415-PR, Raul Alonso Hernandez & Ofelia Leal .requesting a Variance to the setback requiremefltS for property located at 1510 Margaret St., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 10-0421-NWH, Fitzroy C & Gwendolyn Creighton requesting a Variance the setback requirements for property located at 7106 Harbomiils Ct. zoned PD. Petition VAR 10-0433-EL, Barry Siewart requesting a Variance to fence height for property located at 7440 E. Hillsborough Ave., zoned PO & CN. Petition VAR 10-o434-RV, 6312 South 78th Street LLC requesting a Sign variance for property located at 6312 S. 78th St. zoned PO.' Petition VAR 10-0438-LU, Marvin L. & Nivia L. Holton requesti11g a Variance to the easement requirements for property lOcated at 17928 Livingston Ave zoned ASC-1 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY RFP-4527CG VOICE OVER IP TELEPHONE SYSTEM T he H illsborough Transi t A uthority ( HART) w ill be accep t in g prop osals for the matenals equipment and labor necessary to install a Voice Over I P Telephone system The PROPOSAL documents will be available for download from HARTs website at www goHART.org after 11 :00 AM, on TUESDAY APRIL 6 2010 The documents will be located under the Bus iness Opp ortunities section. All inqui r ies pertaining to the specifications or any questions i n refer ence to the proposal must be directed t o : Daniel Marti, Pur chasing Agent H illsboroug h Transit A uthority 4305 East 2 1st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605, (813) 449 4658 or e -mail at mart id @ gohart org Addit i ona l deadlines and requ ireme nts are provided w ithin the BID posted on HARTs website It is the respons i bility of the bidd ers to review the documents posted i n their entirety. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Florida seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for two roof replacement projects. Project scopes provide for roof replacement of selected buildings at each of the schools Separate bid documents will be issued for each project, and separate bid responses are required Projects Mann Middle Estimated Construction Cost Bids Due $780,000 -$1 800 000 April 20 2 010 Mango and Robinson Elementary $3 00 000-$700 000 April 21, 2010 and Turkey Cree k Middle Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Departm e nt on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602 until bid opening at 3 : 00 p .m. on the dates indicated above HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference for the Mann project at 9 : 00 a m on Wednesday April7, 2010, Mann Middle School 409 East Jersey Avenue, Brandon, Florida 33510. The non-mandatory pre-bid conference for the Mango, Robinson, and Turkey Creek project is at 9 : 00 a.m. on Thursday, April. 8, 201 0, Turkey Creek Middle School, 5005 South Turkey Creek Road, Plant City, Florida 33567, followed by a tour of the remaining two job sites Attendees must sign in and present a photo 10 to gain access to the conference. The bid documents include specific bid submittal requirements. HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at htlp://168 254 1.35/documents/standards/index htm. Bidders must submit a separate bid bond equal to 5% of the bid with their bid Bids over $100 000 must include the costs of required surety bonds. The successful bidder must also provide evidence of required insurance prior to proceeding with the work. Bond and insurance requirements are detailed in HCPS standard contract available on the website.--Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program, as described in the bid documents. Biqders may obtain up to two complete sets of bid documents in. PDF format on CD at no cost from Howard Piper Weber & -Tinnen, PA,. 42 Jason Street, Tampa, Florida 33619, phone: (813) 626-2540 for the Mann project; and from Gary Smith, Elements, Inc., 600 South Magnolia Avenue, Suite 150 Tampa, Florida 33606, phone: (81.3) 251-0565 for the Mango, Robinson, and Turkey Creek project. HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the 1owest and/or best responsible bidder to waive any informalitY or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids receive? . 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l:t' P fJ';' d a: i 'I 2109 E 23rd Avenu e 2/1 New l y Remode led House WDH CHA Fenced Yard And Carport Rent $ 800 .00 Deposit $ 400 00 Call Janda (727) 320-7310 Section 8 Tenants 0 Secur ity Depos i t 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Hea V A ir Washer / Dryer Hook-up Near Everything Call ( 813) 546-n82 West Tampa University Area i 2 Bedroo m/ 1 Bath $775 00 / Monthly Both Homes Remodeled Block Construction W ith T ile Floors Throughout 0 Deposit W ith Section 8 Voucher Mus t See (813) 610-8256 3414 East 9th Avenue 4 Bedroom / 2 Bath $1 200 00 / Monthly $1 2 00 00 / Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Available Now!!! Rev. Tyson (813) no-2oo3 Darrel (813) 735-5295 Ybor City First Month Free $125 00 Move-In 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath House 919 East 11th Avenue Central Station Alarm System $550 00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 Available Immediately" 1 Bedroom Apartment Utilities Included $579.00 Per Month Age 62 + EHO Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-800-955-8n1 1 Bedroo m/ 1 Bath Gated Pool Laundry Facility $490 DO/ Monthly No Deposit Upon Approval Call (813) 318-1523 "Available Immediately" Studio Apartmen t Ut ilities Included Section 8 Age 62+ EHO Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-800-955-8771 Ybor City 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Just Remodeled New Floors Fresh Paint $725 00/Rent Includes All Utilities $500 00/Deposit 813-245-1998 Large Attractive 4 Bedrooms/1 Y2 Bath Apartment On Second Floor With Bonus Room Carpet And Ceiling Fans In All Rooms Eat-In Tiled Kitchen And Tiled Bath Yard Fenced On 3 Sides Front Porch Laundry On Premises Section 8 Accepted $1,200.00/Monthly Plus Security Call (813) 973-2341 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 $125.00 Move In Exce llen t Renta l History Requ ired First Month Free 2 B edroom/1 B ath B urglar B ars 3023 N. 48th Street #A $580 00 / Month l y 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 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 Telephone (813) 229-1845 Telecommunications Relay Inc. TTY 1-800-955-8771 Voice 1-800-955-8770 Spanish 1-877-955-8773 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Ang i e s Apartments 3 Bedroom/2 Bath, WDH 0 Deposit N o A pplica t ion Fee Se ctio n 8 W e l co m e 813-931 -1730 Move-In Specials! 2 And 3 Bedroom Apartments W I D Hook-up 0 Deposit No Appl ication Fee Section 8 Welcome Millie (813) 931-1850 204 % East Selma Ave. 1 Bedroom / 1 Bath Upstairs Garage Apartm ent $500.00/Monthly $500/Deposit Available Immediately Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 786-8670 USF Area Section 8 Accepted 2/1 Apartment WDH, CHA New Carpet, Tile $650.00/Monthly Includes Water Plus Deposit (813) 417-3455 YborCity 291 0 East Columbus 2/2 Apartment $850 00/Monthly Washer/Dryer Included Updated Very Nice Section 8 Welcome Jacob Real Estate Broker (813) 258-3200 NAPFE Towers Senior Housing 1 Bedroom Rent Based On Income Close To Shopping Centers Public Transportation Security Patrol Water / Sewer/Trash Included 813.977.1663 Section 8 Renters Ask About Rent With Utilities Included Deals 1 And 2 B droom Apartmen t s S t arting At $450 .00 Tile Floors, W alk I n C l ose t Call 813-975-0258 12231h 24th Avenue Large Block 1 Bedroom / 1 B ath Carport Fenced Backyard Laundry Room With WDH $500 00 / Monthly $500 DO/ Deposit Includes W ater (813) 833-5465 (813) 251-2294 Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLICATION!! Newly R e novated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $525 00/Monthly Water & Trash lncludedllll Very !,..ow Deposit! 813-244-4551 First Month. Rent Free & $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Good Neighbors 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Central A/C Central Station Alarm System $550 00/Monthly The Security Depo sit To Be Paid At $5 0 00/Mon thly For 6 Months 21 02A Beach Street Call (813) 238-6353 Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Furnished Duplex Central Heat And Air All Utilities Paid $215 00/Weekly Call (813) 690-2833 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN .... c m (J) 0 l> "'0 ::D r m 1\) 0 ...... 0 r 0 ::D 0 l> CJ) m z m r I m c r r z "tt c m r-Ci) :X: m c m < m ::xJ < -t c m CJ) c l> z c :!! c

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