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C e l e brating 65 Y e ar In The Tarnpa Bay .--\rea "-. r F 1\/ r---, \.' I I SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY The Tampa Police Department held its 22nd Annual Black History Celebration during Black History Month. Members of the community gathered at Ragan Park Community Center for the annual celebration. This year s theme was "Beyond The Call Of Duty: Community & Police Working Together For A Better Tomorrow. Members of the 2010 Tampa Police Department Black History Committee members are: Major Gerald Honeywell, Lydia Pizarro Janelle McGregor L. C. Armstrong, Deirdre Joseph, Ida Walker, Administrative Assistant to Chief Jane Castor, Beverly Harvin, Detective Sonja Wise and Captain Roosevelt "Rocky" Ratliff. Jevon Harvin is not shown. Guardian Wants Bullying To Stop SEE PAGE 2 Retired Educator Dies Of Cancer SEE PAGE 3 Progress Village's Anniversary Set SEE PAGE 8 More AtTests In Teens' SEE PAGE 16


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Features Retired Educator Dies Of Cancer A well-known retired edu cator died on Sunday following a battle with cancer. Mrs. Ruby French, his wife of 39 years, Mr. Oscar French, 67, had battled cancer for abo ut a year. A native of Greenwood, Florida, Mr. French, 67, earned his B. A. degree from Florida A & M University, and his Master's Degree from USF. He moved to Tampa and was employed as a teacher, retiring in 2001 as the Night School Principal of Blake High School, Mrs. French said. A veteran, Mr. French eojoyed playinggolfand was a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., the Shriner's, and Beulah Baptist Institutional Church. He MR. OSCAR FRENCH 9/24/1942 ---4/18/2010 is survived by his wife, daugh ter, other relatives and friends. Stones Memorial Funeral Home i s in charge of handling arrangements. Church Of Christ Minister Passes After Banle With cancer Minister Harold Rodriguez passed away Satur day at horne after battling cancer for more than a year. He was 58 years old. He pastored Ostrey Avenue Church of Christ, Sarasota; Southside Church of Christ Tampa; ending his pastorship at 29th Street Church of Christ, where he pastored 14 years. Funeral services will be con ducted on Saturday, April 24, 2010, 11 a. rn. at 29th Street Church of Christ. Wilson Fun e r a I Home is in charge of arrangement. Survivors include his wife of 23 years, adult MINISTER daughters -HAROLD T a s h a RODRIGUEZ Tangela and Toya Rodriguez --and other relatives. See additional information in Friday's Sentinel. If You Answer YES To Any Of The Questions Below -I Can Help! FRED HAYES Realtor 111D41 Future Home Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? Is Your Mortgage Upside? Do You Need To Save Your Home .... -.......... Foreclosure? ... Owe MoreTha ---i c m CJ) Groom's Grandmother Choked At Reception Happy With Verdict 0 )> "0 ::0 r On r\o\'ember 9 2009, fam ily members of Markeith Brown and Tasha Johnson were at the Rusty Pelican Restaurant on Rock)' Point Drive at their wedding reception. Among the guests was the groom's grandmother, 74 year-old Mary Wright. Ms. Wright said the events of that night be, something she'll never forget. An altercation started when the groom, Brown, and his brother confronted a guest and a shoving match started. Other guests at the reception took sides and the incident turned into a brawl, spilling into the parking lot of the restaurant. One guest fell and sustained a head injury. Police arrived and the fight was broken up. After that, sorrie of the guests moved to the parking lot of the Residence Inn. That's where Ms. Wright was approached choked by Sandra Dean, 27. "When I went outside, I had no idea what was going on. I didn't know who was fighting. When I did see who was fight ing, I tried to stop it. That's when that woman came up behind me, put her arm SANDRA DEAN I I ..... facing tO years in pr_i!>q9 for choking groom's grandmother, 74, at wedding reception. around my neck, and told me she was going to choke me out. She wasn't even invited. She just came looking for trouble, because someone had called her after the first incident." On Thursday, it took a jury only 16 minutes to find Dean guilty of battery for choking Ms. Wright, and she could be sentenced to 10 years in prison. Ms. Wright said it didn't have to turn out that way. "She was offered three years of probation and turned it down. Even her public de-fender ad\'ised her to take the probation. I think she be-1\> lieved s he wasn't p,oinp, t o b e charged at all. o "When they told m e th ey were offering her three years probation, I didn't have a problem with it. I just wanted h e r to be punished. Ms. Wright said it's a good thing her grandchildren weren't there because things would have gotten a lot worse. ;\'nl, Ble,ased to say Tasha and Markeith are doing fine They had a wedding reception that will be talked about for a long time. "The event turned out to be bigger than I thought. I was contacted by local and national media about this, and one group wanted to fly me to New York, but I turned it down. I don't want to be made famous over this." Ms. Wright said this was just another example of how 0 today's young adults react to situations. )> "This should have never en happened. But when you have one group on cell phones call-::::! ing others to come out and ifi fight, this is what happens. r I I'm just glad it's over." aJ c: r-z "0 c: aJ c en ::t m c P,r 1tat1ons. m < m -t c: m en 0 i _flGlusJe: ILLYi,t_ill.iQD.r *.t .. Qnill Cl & to chaos from )> z c ., ::0 6 C> m w


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KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER 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 Subscr i ptions $44.00 6 Months Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Editions Optn1ons expressed on edrtorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not reflect the ed i tor i al stance of The Florida Sentinel BulleUn or the Pub lisher. Charlie Crist: A Blessing In Disguise T oday, Florida Republican morale is lower than whale guano on the bottom of the sea. After all, Governor Charlie Crist, currently a U. S. senate candidate, has proven he is not the Republican pit-bull most conservatives hoped he would become. The most recent example was, when Crist vetoed the Republican supported SB6 bill, and became the instant darling of every teacher in the state of Florida. Now the "Grand Old Party," in Florida seems to have .. become the "Gimpy Old Party," suffering from pohti-calgout. Folks need to notice what happened, last week, when Governor Crist vetoed SB6? Teachers and parents cheered by the thousands! And behind closed doors, you can bet decisions were made to cast ballots in favor of a politician who has ears. So, we humbly suggest the Republican Party rethink their quickness to jettison Crist from the ranks. In fact, rather than being a rebel, Crist might well have been a guiding light for a possible victory. central Avenue lives Again I Allow us this opportunity to tip our hats to The Tampa Chapter of The Links, Inc., a civic, philanthropical society of women, who recently hosted a luncheon in celebration of one of Tampa's finest epochs. Thanks to the Links, Central Avenue did indeed; live again, to the enjoyment, entertainment and information of a capacity audience. Held at the Downtown Hyatt Regency Hotel, and simply titled "THINGS REMEMBERED: LOOKING BACK AT CENTRAL A VENUE," the event paid homage to the economic and cultural legacy of Black Tampa during the years when the heart of Black Tampa WAS Central Avenue, close to downtown Tampa. The Links event featured an original song written by Tampa Poet Laureate James E. Tokley, Sr., and sung by Tampa's own DaRel Campbell, as well as a theatrical presentation written by Link Sonja Harvey McCoy and directed by USF faculty member Fanni Green. -In addition, numerous presentations were given to heirs and family members of Central's business owners in memory of the history of Central Avenue. historian Fred Hearns was honored with the Humanitarian award and Tawanna King received the Scholarabip Award. As poet Paul Laurence Dunbar might have said, "You should haft been there and seen it for yourself." Thnb to the Tampa Chapter of the Links, Iitcorporated, Black Tampa will Central Avenue for generations to come. cThe \bjce got around to was discussing so luti ons. We n ever took nny action. Today, th e co n versa tion has not changed. Blacks are still having th e same conver sation. Like 40 years ago, Blacks are doing nothing but talking. Financial institu tions won't lend us money, so when are we going to es tablish financial institutions and lend ourselves money? We say that there are too many Black men in prison. Well, when are we going to do something to decrease the number of Black mal es going to prison? What are we going to do? When are we going to do something to prevent teenage pregnancy to stop high school dropouts, to strengthen parenthood and to decrease single parent homes? We are not going to solve any of our problems by words alone. It is going to take a concerted effort by all of us working together to wiminate or reduce Black problems. It is time to stop showing off our ability tp ar ticulate and show our ability to make things happen. Jesse, Jr. as station man ager and his friend "Jockey Jack" Gibson, who would become one of America' s most famous Black radio an nouncers to build the station. Within six months, Blayton's station grossed more than previous owners' total debt. At that time, WERD was only on air from sunrise to sunset and had only 1000 watts of power In 1954, the Blaytons pur chased a second AM station, KREL in Baytown, Texas, which included the Houston area market. Both stations continued to remain prof. itable and to keep "the com munity informed in a way that Southern white stations often did not do." .. In the 196o's, WERD sup ported the Civil RightS Move ments, giving the Southern Christian Leadership Council (SCLC) and-Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. access to its facilities as a means of with large audiences. In 1995, Jesse B. Blayton, Sr., was posthumously inducted into the Museum of Broadcasting's Radio Hall of Fame. Harambee!


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National 0 Obamas Reported $5.5 Million In Income < The Obama's t ax r eco rd s were made public by the Whit e C !louse Thursday and s h ow th a t ffi the Fir s t Fami l y made :::) $5,505,509 in 2009. .... Th e ir tax r eco r ds s h ow th e ir occupatio n s as Pre s ident and S. First Lady" with earnin gs that are more than doubl e of th e previou s yea r attributed mo s tl y to th e sale s of The Pre s ident's two bo oks "The Audacity of Hop e" and Dream s From My Fath er." The First Family paid more than $1 million in taxes and donated over $300,000 to chari ties including CARE, an organization that combats world poverty and the United PRES. AND MRS. OBAMA Negro College Fund which re ceived more than $10o,ooo in The President also donated all $1.4 million of his Nobel Prize money to charity. Feds sav No' Prosecution In Boot Camp Death TALLAHASSEE Federal officia l s h ave decided not to purs u e civil rights violation s or ot h e r c h a rg es against boot c camp guards implicated in the a: death of a 14-year-old w ho was U. hit a nd kicked by the g uard s while a nurse looked on. ct On January 6 2006, Martin Lee Anderson died a da y after c he was hit and kicked b y the en guards. A videotape of the 30-minute incident gained national .... attention and caused Florida 's boot camps for juvenile W ers to be shut down. Anderson [; had just been assigned to the c camp after he was caught tres W passing at a school. :X: en A state court jury acquitted ::J the guards and the nurse of m :::) ll. MARTIN LEE ANDERSON manslaughter on October 12, 2007. On Friday the Justice Department reported their in vestigators did not have enough evidence to pursue criminal charges. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::) Horoscopes m Today's Birthday --Give yourself permission to increase the level of comfort in your life. T m Taurus (April 20-May 20) Z -Your desires fly on angel wings i= straight to the mark. Associates ffi jump at the chance to do someen thing for you today. Let them. c( Gemini (May 21-June 21) C -You onl y need to change y our a: tone of voice to throw the emog tional weight off your shoulders U. and avoid confrontation Try a less aggressive posture Cancer (June 22-July 22) Invest in clear communication concerning your long-range goal. A practical outline relieves stress for everyone. Keep track of progress. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -You' d love to fly away and take your luck with you. How about making sure your partner comes along? The love and excitement is far sweeter when shared Vugo (Aug. 23-8ept. 22) Arrange a group discussion con cerning imaginative ideas. Cre ativity increases in direct proportion to practical logic. Trust your thinking. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -CD Create dynamic flow in house W hold tasks by clearing a comfortCJ able workspace and gathering tools and materials before starting. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Instead of beating yourself up or missing the point in an important discussion, why not ask questions for clarity? Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You can carry creative ac tivities forward if you keep your imagination engaged while also discussing practical require ments. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Use all your wiles to com municate a desire that others may not share. You need this, so choose words thoughtfully. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -No m.:++e r how hard you try today stress creeps in. If you must say what's on your mind choose words that have no sharp edges. You don't want to cut any one. Pisces (Feb. 19-Marcb 20) Almost everything falls into place when you wish for it. Enjoy this fleeting moment. Persuade others to think big and ask for the moon. Aries (March 21-April19) Grab this Monday by the tail. You find several ways to w ork around objections and satisfy de mands Imagination is working o vertime, yet you still find com mon ground. fictures From The fast Evelyn Best presented a $2o donation to Louis Scaglione for his help in cleaning up Central Avenue. A few City of Tampa Park Department employees take a break from thier dinner to pose for this photo. Ann Woodard, Gwen Scott"Cordett and Darele Brown were all guests at a lovely springtime wedding.


Happv 1st Binhdav Go Pooh, Irs Your Binhdav }< LEVERT, JR. ALEXIS Then 4 -1K10 Now > "'0 lJ r 1\) 0 ... 0 AndEU DADDY, LEVERT, JR., MOMMY And ELI Happy bel ated birthday. Happy 1st birthday, Eli and Levert, Jr. From, your loving mother and father. TYRONDA a.k.a., Happy belated birthday, April19, 2010. Love always, Momma, fam ily and friends. Love, mom, Charlotte, Grandma Dot, Auntie Wenny, i ter, Kimberly and brother Jay. Rubin A. Lee, Tampa, FL. Happy birthday. MAURICE And MATILDA MILLER ;!! 0 c > en m z m r I tD c:: r r-g) MRS. LAMONICA Look who 's turning heads, Mrs. Lamonica and blessed. Happy birthday. z They were joined together in holy matrimony as one with the Lord on Saturday, March 20, 2010. tD The Bible says, ... Therefore a man shall leave his father and ffi mother and be joined to his wife and they shall become one flesh. ::J: GENESIS 2:24. m < m Bles'd Productions presents.. -1 A Black History presentation of ffi Man In The Mirror ;t.. tg at t he 365 Days A Year Black History Dinner/Program (A tribute to African Americans in our very own hometown who have made an impact on Black History as well as society)! Tributes will be paid but not limited to: Jhe Honorable Judge George Edgecomb nd wife Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, Ms. Mary Alice Dorsett, Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Ms. Donna Allen, Mr. Lewis Brinson, Major Gerald Honeywell, former Assistant to the Chief Of Police, Gilbertina Wright, Dr. Chester Miles, Ms. Doris Ross Re(ldick, Mr. James Tokley, Willie, Ricky, and Jessie Jackson, Joe Mitchell, Harold Reed, Michelle Patty, and more ... The finale will be presented at Young Middle Magnet School in the gym on Friday, April23, 2010 at 6:00P.M at the 365 Days A Year Of Black History sponsored by Dr. Julia Barnes! Dinner will be served. This i s a production you won't want to miss, for you too, may see your Man In The Mirror! (NO CHARGE) This year's schedule included Sligh, Bloomingdale, The Florida State Fair, Middleton, Young, Eisenhower, Hillsborough, Greco, Robinson, Giunta, Salesians Boys & Girls Club, and finale at Young. For more information, contact Drs. Tucker-Wicks & Johnson at (813) 258-9275 or visit e website at www.blesdproductions.com > z c c


Progress Village Communitv Gearing Up For 50th Anniversarv c en w ::> 1-DR. WALTER SMITH ... Banquet Speaker The Progress Village com munity will observe their soth anniversary with a Community Reunion, June u -13, 2010. The weekend gets underway with a banquet on Friday eve ning at the Embassy Suites Palm River. Dr. Walter Smith, 7th President of Florida A & M University, will be the speaker. Emanuel P. C Johnson, Roesolia Young, fE and Frances Pascoe will be 0 honored for their humanitari Z an e fforts for the well-being of < th e community Festivities continue on c Saturday afternoon at the en park with a family picnic. There is a fee for the barbecue t-meal with all the trimmings. i: The weekend of activities w culminates on Sunday with 11 > a. m worship services at St W James A.M. E. Church Tony Parker, Reunion :I: Committee Chairperson, said early registration is suggested so that we can plan this cele-. ::> bration for the benefit of all." ll. Progress Village was the dream-come-true of a group of concerned tampa citizens -1 who recognized the need for a 5 community that would give ... Honoree Blacks in Hillsborough County a positive change in lifestyle. To obtain this goal, The Progress Village, Inc. was chartered in 1958 Th e c harter provided for a bi-racial effort that included 18 m embers: Cody Fowler, N. H. Martin, Robert Thomas, Aurelio Fernandez, Paul Smith, Jr., Harold Wolf, C. Blythe Andrews, Fred C. Billings, Jr., Joseph F Cornelius, Romeo Gibbs, Ben D. Griffin, James A. Griffin, Jr., A. J. Grimaldi, James Hargrett, Perry Harvey, Sr., R. Ambler Liggett, Martin Silas and Ray Williams. In 1960, Progress Village was a new frontier and there were many challenges. It was located a good distance from Tampa, there was no public transportation, no street lights, no sidewalks, no postal service In spite of the strug gles, the residents endured and progressed. Today, so years later, Progress Village remains a family -oriented community, has all the amenities of w z i= z en C a: 0 ... "" REOSAUA YOUNG ... Honoree FRANCES PASCOE .. Honoree any suburban development: restaurants Laundromat, hair salon, barbershop, shopping center, convenience store and grocery store. There are 4 chutches, a school, 2 parks and a multi-million dollar sports complex currently under construction. Information on the souvenir booklet and t-shirts is avail able at the park. For addition al information on the events or tickets, please visit the website at Progress-. VillageFamily Reunion.com or call (813) 843-6739 Robinson High Is Proud Of Its Diversitv Educator Hinesman Dukes, Sr. w as v o ted by his peers as the Robinson Hig h chool Ida Baker Diversity Educator of th e Year. Dukes is an instructor of Auto Technology at R obin on and is highl y r espec ted by hi peers and th e tudents. H e was selected because of hi co mmuni ty in volveme nt and the impact h e has on students lives A hus b and and fath e r Dukes mentors m a n y s tu dents and is known for hi s initiativ es that motivate his students to dress professi on ally once a week. H e e ncour ages them to market them selves and business peopl e. He believes that all students s hould have as opportunity to prepare themselves academi cally. Dukes i s committed to h elping close the achievem ent gap, improve academic achievement for all stud nts and e nhance th e sc h oo l o m munity. That's wh e r e hi s in vo lv e ment stretches into the com munity. H e is part of a m e n taring ministry a t his churc h and participates in R e lay For Life sharing his story a a cancer s urvivor Dukes a l o goes about g ivin g hop to so l di e r s returning from Iraq and Afghanistan "Stepping Into Our Breakthroqgh" -IHieh 30:21 April 22, 2010 ---April 25, 201 0 Prol)betesa Gal Bethel Aprll22nd 7p.m. April23rd 7p.m. AprU24th 7p.m. AP.rH 25th 4p.m.


..... Local c: East Tampa Crime Watch Group To Create Communitv Garden BY L EON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Sam Mobley, East ern Heigh ts Neighborhood Associa tion and Crime Wat c h Presi de nt has con se nt e d t o w ork with a r esea r c h team from th e Univer s ity o f South F lorid a The r esea r c h s tud y will b e calle d "Garde n Pra c tices in Hill s b o rou gh." W e have seen th e imp act a c o mmunity garden can h ave o n a c ommunity based on the success of the East Tamp a Community Garden pr o ject. I'm happ y to report that the area east of 40th Street and bordered by Ellicott to the north and Chelsea to the south is beginning to take shape and residents have played a big part in that happening We've all gotten together to clean up the trash and the city's Clean City Division has worked hard in keeping the vacant lots cut. Mr. Mobley said the sale and use of illegal drugs contin ues to plague the area, but if things continue to improve, he SAM MOBLEY feels that will disappear Once you cr e ate an environ ment where drugs aren t needed the users and sellers will go somewhere else That's what we' re trying to do." Anyone who takes part in the study will be asked to give a tour of their garden that will take 1 to 2 hours and allow photographs to be taken of them and their garden. Mr. Mobley is also proud to announce that the Lonnie Lea Napier Selection community has awarded him their Good Neighbor Award for this quar-: ter. Sun. April 18th Harvest Time International Apostle David A. Boyd & Congregation 3:30 p.m. -Mon.-April 19th-Friendly M B Church Rev. Johnnie Miller & Congregation 7 p.m. Tue -April 20th-New Testament M. B. Church Rev':... J. Anderson & Congregation 7 p.m. Wed. -April 21st-New Smyrna Full Gospel Cathedral Bishop Willard Lee & Congregation 7 p.m. Thur.-April22nd-Northside M. B Church Rev. Ricardo Robinson & Congregation 7 p.m. Fri. April 23rd First John M. B Church Rev. Greg Hill & Congregation, and New Macedonia M. B. Church Pastor Paul Buster & Congregation 7 p.m. sUn. -April 25th Faith Temple MB Church Rev. Eric Campbell & will close out the 3:30 First Union Missionary Church 3707 E. Chelsea Street Tampa, FL 33610 (fel):813-238-1205 (Fax):8.13-237 -8833 Celebrate With Us Our 88th Church Anniversary Theme: Reaching Our Past ..... : .. Present ... and Future Phflippians _3: 13-14 Messenger : Rev. B. E. Garmon, Sr. Pastor Frst Union Missionary Baptist Church Sunday, April, 25,2010 11 a.m. Service (Church 88th Anniversary) P re-Anniversary Services W ednesday Thursday Friday April 21' 2010 April 22, 2010 April 23, 2010 1p.m. 7p.m. 7 m. JARNEGAN WATSON Pastor Asst. Pastor Fi'st Baptist Pastor Friendslip New St. Matthew Chtrdl of Col!ege Hil rwssionary Baptist OUch t.tssk>narY Churt:h Bro. Solid waste Director Focuses On Recvcling B Y LEO N B. CRE\\ S Sentine l Staff Write r In a 36-page document. C it y of Tampa Solid Was t e D i r ecto r Tonja Brickhouse h as p r e p are d a fin a l r e p o rt on a Inn ova tive R ecyclin g a nd Was t e R educ ti o n Grant t h a t was awa rd e d to the City of T a mp a Th e re port is date d January 31, 2010 and addresses specifi call y participating barriers to commercial and residential rec y cling in an urban envi ronment. In her presentation b e fore the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership during their April 13th meet ing, Brickhouse pointed out the challenges of recy cling in some areas. "A diverse urban popula tion poses challenges when developing marketing strate gies to effectively overcome participation barriers to re cycling. "The languages, cultures, TONJA BRICKHOUSE beliefs and attitudes we1l as socio e conomic factors Of an e thnically rich commer cial and residential urban area all influence the likeli hood of recycling participa tion. Even within these areas there is a high level of diver sity and barriers to recycle." According to Brickhouse's report, the City of Tampa p rovides solid collec tion, disposal and recycling services for more than Bo,ooo commercial and res idential customers. city offt>rs busitwsses. > '"0 which g n ratl' m re t hnn :!:! 6o% of th o rall a te rstream recycling of c rd -board. offic pnp r a lu -...., minum, g l a a n d p l a t i g cont a in r r yclin.g. o Brickhouse a l p int s o ut th a t a o rdin to o b r va ti o n b y r y clin g r out dri ve r s, on thr a r as h a v c onsi s t e ntl y h a d ignifi ca ntl y low e r than av e r a g e r cyclin g r e sults. wrhose three area a r North Sulphur Sprin g Ybor City and B e lmont H e i ght Despit e the a v aila bility of th same recyclin g program throughout the city mor businesses and r e sidents within those areas have elected not to participate. During the Tuesday ETCRP meeting, Brickhouse again urged East Tampa residents to recycle and also presented new recycling containers for residents that would be de livered to their homes. ;!] 0 :!:! c > CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 m c:: r r-z '"0 c:: m r-(i) ::z:: m c m < m -1 c:: m CJ) c 2010 CONFERENCE AGENDA )> z c Saturday, Aoril24, 2010 8 a. m R"eglstration 9 a. m. Same opening sessions as Friday The Potter's Workshop Minister Rhondalyn Walker, R. N Presiding 10 a.m.-Workshop #4-Satira Haynes, Coordinator Of Vendors LaShawn Vickers presenter-Body Magic Beverly Hills, Vendor, Various Purses Delma Fryer Vendor Biocare Healing Hand s Cream G. I F. T. -Demonstrators Ursula Yates Verdell Reaves 12 noon-Free Time (Lunch shopp i ng tour i ng etc ) 5:30 p m -All Honorees And Escorts please meet at the Clalron Hotel 6 p. m -B anquet And Pageant Presiding: Elder Rachae l K ing Se l ec tion Pra y er B l es sin g D inne r Is Served Word s Of Wisd o m : Dr Ala Nelson Vic k e r s Honoring Ceremony: Rev. Pauline Cole P residing The March Testimon y From Each Honoree Se l ection M i n i ster Selena Willi ams S howers Of Gifts Closing Remarks/Benediction Rev L. Cole 'TI ::D c


c; Locarcvents N 0 N ...J a: a. hen Koch, CEO, Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Inc., Neil Armstrong, a Big Brother, Chathay Washington, Big Brothers, Big Sisters Staff; and DeAnna Sheffield Ward, Big Brothers, Big Sisters Staff, which hosted the event. W The membership committee was comprised of Janice London, Jacqueline Wilds, Chair; Fannie Stone, Mona > Newsome, Ella Cusseaux and Jean Collins. (Photos by Julia Member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Manny O'Bryant, Alphonse Stewart, Barry Cole and Justus Roberts. Representing Delta Sigma Theta Sorority were: Simone Reddick, Della Gaddie, Karen Hilton-Keith, Ouida Hilton and Phan Boston a: Jackson) w > w c w l: en :J m Q. z i= w -I -I m I -I w z i= z w en a: 0 -I LL 0 ,.. w CJ 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 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 trimester. I llcad Start is pleased to partner in this t'\pansion \\ith: METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES 110ft UftS !IdlE 1':\_ I..JillsbQrough PVBLIC SCUOOI,S X .. Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www .hillsboroughcoynty.org/ headstart/ For more Information on enrolling, call 813-272-5140 (TTY 813301-71,73) 'Transportation Not PrOvided" Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is 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 (2009/20102010/2011) are provided through the American Recovery 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 Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability.


SUNSHINE STATE. Health Plan C PAT _....... Are Proud to A Children's Health Awareness Celebration Friday, April 23, 2010, 5 PM -7 PM at It's All About Kids, The Universitu Mall, 2105 University Mall, Tampa, FL 33612 (We are near Old Navy, across Prom Pay less Shoe Source, Next to Ande' s Pets) -----www.itsallaboutkids.org ----Guest Stars scheduled to appear include HEALTHY SNACKS & Special Book Reading by Author, Michelle Bain PRIZES & GIVEAWAYS ALL CHILDREN WHO PRE-RE.GISTER TAKE HOME A -----------------------------------------------c m C/) 0 )> "0 ::0 r-1\) 0 1\) 0 _.. 0 r-0 ::0 0 )> C/) m z :::! z m r-1 m c r r-z "0 c m r-u; :I: m 0 m < m ::0 -< c m C/) 0 )> z 0 ::0 0 m .... ....


Shaq Irving To Shut Down Ex-Wife's Aher Marshall Deal, Dolphins Realitv Show 'Basketball Wives' Trade Ginn Jr. To 49ers c:t 0 (f) UJ ::::> t-c a: u.. c z SHAUNICE And SHAQUILLE O'NEAL In an effort of trying to keep his dirty laundry under wraps, Cleveland Cavaliers player Shaquile O'Neal is trying to have production ceased on his wife's reality tv show "Basket ball Wives". Sending a letter to the VHI executives, lawyers for O'Neal are stating that cer tain episodes contain material that could violate confiden tiality agreements that were made between their client and his wife, Shaunie. Michael J. Kump, Shaq's lawyer, is demanding to have all Shaq references removed and labeling the se ries as being nothing more than televised revenge" The two are currently in the prun. ss oi The, were able to reach a settlt ment last month. hut nothing has been tinalized. .\tiding more to his plate. is also currently iac ing a lawsuit stemming from alleged cyber stalking. Florida model Vanessa Lopez has claimed that the basketball player harassed her after the relationship came to a close back in September 2009. She added that he contin ued to keep tabs on her by bugging her cell phone and finding a way to access her voice-mail without needing a password. In regards to the claims against him, O'Neal denies all charges, but the case is still pending. Dennis Rodman To Become A Celebritv OJ Form e r NBA star Dennis C Rodman has traded in his reef) w :::J ..... > a: w > w c w J: en ::; m ::I a. a lity stardom to sta1t a new ca-ree r Accord ing to published reports, Rodman has d ecide d to become a cel eb rity DJ, sp in nin g records on the o n es and twos. Rodman, who l ea rned how to DJ from bestie Josh Slocum, will be hittin g the road with DJ Vic Latino Rodman, who u se d to run a popular nig htclub in New port B eac h CA, has long been in the promotion spotlight z i= w ...J ...J ::I m During his NBA career, ...J Rodman held countless enW dorsements for major brands including Nike Conver se and Pizza Hut and last year spent his birthday in Canada pro moting a new drink from Bac ardi. z i= z w en I a: 0 ...J u.. Public Hearing Hillsborough County Transportation Disadvantaged Coordinating Board Date : Thursday, April22""' 2010 Time : 6:00p.m. Place : County c:.ntw Bullclnv, 266 Floor, 601 Ea.t K.nnedy Bou!.vard, Down1cwn Tampa The transportation disadvsntsged are i ndividuals 'lotto, because of age i ncome, physical or mental disability are unable to transport themselves This includes children who are disabled or at h i gh risk. The TDCB makes recommendations to the Hillsborough County 'Metic)politan Planning Organization (MPO) on the transportation disadvantaged services in the county More information is available online at www .hillsboroughmpo.org. Persons in need

Sports Could Terrell Owens land in Seanle:-TERRELL OWENS The Seahawks were supposed to get Brandon Marshall. That' s what everybody around the NFL seemed to think. But they didn t. The Seahawks have enough other needs offensive line running back, defensive line and cornerback, to name a few -thnt they mi g ht be b e tt e r off passing on Dez Bryant and filling their receiver need some other way. Lik e, by signin g Terrell Owens. Owens i s 36 years old and not the pla ye r he once was, and his 55 catches in 2009 were a full-season career low. Owens was mainly a nonfactor in Buffalo, but he showed flashes of his old self, including a 197-yard game against Jacksonville in Novembe r And the Bills had basically no quarterback and no other legitimate receiving threat all year. Matt Hasselbeck and T.J. Houshmandzadeh would be pretty fair upgrades over Trent Edwards and Lee Evans. 25th Annual-United Negro College Fund All-Star High School Basketball Classic The West Girls' team and coaches. Tampa Bay Buccaneers' head coach Raheem Morris mad e a and delivet"ed a $to,ooo at the Wilkes & McHugh Annual Uni.t'OO F\tnd All,Stu High Sehool on ta. The hcld at Scll.oot The fi-w studt Thtl)t to b@ o"w ofooll._ of Napb.taU Gllot, l.@tn\utl H\sh IIM'ftimda, of High .Klusey Jl',, Scl\oot 8ft1uUca of Mk\dl@t.OO Hi&h School. 'W.illres & Ndlogh. P. a Tmrpa-based law firm, bas sponsored the event fo r seven! years. The Tampa Bay Sports Commission presented the fundraiser. Contn'"butions from Wilkes &: Mcllugb and the TBSC go to\.\.'ltrd two, S250 scholarships for the girl and boy tbe highest GPA Relatives of the late Dr. Sam Horton (retired administrator for Hillsborough County schools, former president of the Hillsborough County Br.mch of the NAACP and founder of the basketball fundraiser) presented a $1,000 check in his honor. 11m also "WaS split -between the boy and girlllrith the highest GPA (PbiJios by Ric:lty Rolws Is) l&ers Fire Coach Eddie Jordan Aher1Season EDDIE JORDAN PHILADELPHIA --Eddie Jordan is the latest coach fired by the Philadelphia 76ers. The organization can't find the right mix of players or the right coach to contend for NBA championships. Jordan and his maligned Princeton offense were given all of one season to make it work. One year in Philadelphia is like lasting through a multi year deal with other organi zations. Since Larry Brown left in 2003, four other coaches have failed to coach more than 82 games for the organi zation. Jordan's dismissal means a second straight off season of a coaching search. NBA suspends GamenFor Gae2 NEW YORK --Kevin Garnett bas been suspended by the NBA for the Boston Celtics second pla)-""Off game against the Miami Heat. The one-game snspension was imposed Sunday for bitting Quentin lliebardson of the M iami Heat i n the bead with an elbow with 40 sec:oods 1e.ft in Bosloo s 85-76 win in Game 1 on Saturday nighL The league also fined Jlic laardsou $25,000.. The altercation ocxurrecl near M .iami' s bench while Bostbo s Paul Piau: by oo tbe floor with an apparent right shoulder injury. Garnett said he wanted to mal:e room for Pieree as Heat players stood nearby. During the Garnett and Jtichardson eubanged 1rolds. BEAUTY UNLIMITED JALYSSA m 0 ?< ,. "0 ::D rN 0 0 6 ::D en z m r- m ,} c: ,.. Returning to you as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature is the lovely Jalyssa. The 20-year-old's hobbies are dancing cheering and modeling and she's currently focused on graduating from the University of South Florida. Jalyssa's philosophy of life is, "life is to short to take it for granted." The man in Jalyssa's life must be respectable, funny, athletic, motivated, knows what he wants in life and have a good head on his shoulders. Congratulations to Jalyssa as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you"re blleiested in being In theae.uty Unfimft8d Of SpoUigbt, please send your Information -and photo, including a contact number to: IJobnaon 3602 7th Avenue* Taqia; FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY'.! ,.. z "0 c: m c en X m 0 m < m c! m 0 0 -<


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"It's surprising that it took this long to get out," said that source. Jav-z Sues Red Sox Plaver Over Club Name Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z is suing David Ortiz, a Boston Red Sox player, because the athlete has named his club the same name as Jay-Z's NEW YORK -Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z and his business partner sued Boston Red Sox baseball player David Ortiz Thursday for naming a Dominican Republic nightclub after their chain of 40/40 Club sports bar loun ge s. Jay-Z and Juan Perez own 40/40 Clubs in New York City, Atlantic City and Las Vegas and have plans to open further venues in Tokyo and Macau. They have accused Ortiz of trading on the fame, value and goodwill of their name through his club Forty/Forty and its website, www.forty forty.net. which they say has caused their business "marketplace confusion and dam age, the lawsuit said. "David Ortiz is fully aware of plaintiff's Manhattan 40/40 Club, since he had been a patron there on sev eral occasions long before he opened his infringing Forty/Forty Club," said the lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court. NasGets Contempt Charge Dropped NAS It looks like Young Escobar might finally be catching a break in his ongoing child support drama against his estranged wife, Kelis. Nas was facing a contempt of court charge because he owed Kelis $2oo,ooo in backed child support for their son, Knight. Following that, Nas was ordered to pay a portion of Kelis' legal fees, accounting expenses and spousal support totaling close to $300,000. Now luckily for him the contempt charge has been dropped because he's paid the singer $50,000 in child support. A spokesman for Nas confirmed that he was given some leeway in their court proceedings. The spokesman says that the charge was dismissed and that Kelis' attorney fees and spousal support payments have been taken care of. Nas has released a statement of his own saying that he just wants to move on. "All I want to do is make music and raise my kids. Nothing else matters." Nas has a daughter from a previous relationship. Household Chemjcal at Elearontcs Colleaton Apni24,20IO 9 a.m. -2 p.m. In -abe wacan-e parldna lo-e on -abe sou-eb sjde of Bjrd s-e. ( exH 1 7 5 M ai Bjrd S-eree-e). RESIDEM,.IAL WASYE OML Y Safely dispose of old chemicals, paints and solvents, automotive products, household cleaners, pool chemicals, mercury thermometers, fluorescent bulbs, lawn & garden supplies, and electronics, including. computer equipment televisions and VCRs. City of Tampa Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management www. TampaGov neUsolidwaste can {813) 348-1111 for more information Rick Ross Responds To lawsuit loss Ritk Ross may ha\c $Joo.ooo in bank account. but the 1\laybach CEO not Tw l)t'en a S-t mil lion for the two ... Ross "1\ly defense was a success. J'n got to Xuvicr Donaldson, my \Vhencver an artist or anvbody is put in a such as a lawsuit in this capacity, so much evidence is represented videotapes, what have you. To be able to walk out of a courtroom giving the plaintiff less than 10 percent of what he requested, I consider my defense a success. God bless America! The lawsuit is done. Even though I plan to appeal the decision, I thank the courts for the monetary decision that they made. They were extremely lenient, I appreciate that. It's back to the business for the Boss." The U.S. District Federal Court in New York awarded RICK ROSS vs. l)J Vl.Al> DJ Vlud $:.!!)o,ooo in pnnitin damages and $!)o,ooo in compensatory damagl'S against Ross after an altlreation in :.!OOH involving Vlad and Ross' Triple C's group. Vlad alleged that Ross orchestrated an attack that left him with a broken eye socket, a broken nose, nerve damage to his face, check, upper lip, teeth and gums after he posted images of Ross dressed in a correctional officer's uniform on his Web site. On Thursday, Ross said that he's putting the lawsuit behind him and focusing on the June 29 release of his LP, Teflon Don. Dannv Glover Arrested In Marvland GAITHERSBURG, Md. Actor Danny Glover and 11 others have been arrested during a labor union protest at the Maryland headquarters of a food service compa ny. Montgomery County police spokesman Capt. Paul Starks says Glover and others stepped past yellow police tape and were asked to step back three times at Sodexo headquarters. When they refused, Starks says officers arrested them. The dozen were issued cita tions for trespassing and let go. Starks says they face a $1,ooo fine or 90 days in jail. Starks says organizers told police beforehand that some would risk arrest. DANNYGWVER The Service Employees International Union was protesting what it calls Sodexo's unfair and illegal treatment of workers. Sodexo says the union was spreading misinformation.


MS. BETIY LOU BELL Funeral service for Ms. Betty Lou Bell who passed away in Houston, Texas, on April 12 2010, will be held on (today) Tuesday, April 20, 2010, at 6 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with Elder Ronnie Norton, officiating. Cremation will follow. Ms. Bell was preceded in death by: her parents, Helen Larry and Sammie Swain; sister, Carolyn Larry; and brother, Oscar J. Larry, Jr. Ms. Bell by: her three lovin&,jt>ns. Edwin A. Toy (Lisa); Robrn T. Toy and Eric W. Bell (Brenda); grandsons, Edwin A. Toy, Jr. (Trina) and Eric T. Toy and his mother, Jackie; granddaughter, Michelle Allen; brothers, Myron Larry, Michael Larry, Maurice Larry (Kim), Frederick Larry (Tammy) and Seldwin (Bernard) Larry; sisters, Stella (Herman) and Helen R. Larry; aunt, Altamese (Tee) Alston; and cousin, Sharon Alston, both of New York, NY. She is also survived by four additional grandchildren and fqur great grandchildren and nieces, nephews, close and distant friends. A native of Tainpa, Ms. Bell had resided here all of her life before moving to Houston, Texas 17 years ago. She was a graduate of Middleton High School, Class of1965. J'he remains will repose at the funeral home {today) Tuesday, Apri12o, 2010, from 4-6 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately S:45 p. m. "A WILSON'S SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralltome.com Hctrtnotl Funeral Horne John W. Harmon,L.FD. James Hannon, L. F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 MRS. CHRISTINE TURNER APRIL 2000 -2010 We love and miss you. Harlem, Deborah, Brenda grands and great grands IN IIEMORIAM MS. RUTHA BLACK 4-21-27 It's been one year since you've been gone. Still missing you daily, especially today. Happy birthday. Love, Willie Hamp {Lawanda), Jim-bo {Wanda), Gloria Wright, and all your grandkids, family and friends. FRANKIE DEE DOZIER April 21, 1953 -May15, 2009 God gives us each the gift of life, to cherish from our birth. He gives us friends and those we love, to share our days on earth. He watches us with loving care, and takes us by the hand. He blesses us with countless joys, and guides the lives we've planned. Then when our work on earth is done, He calls us to His side, to live with Him in happiness, where peace and love abide. From, your loving family. We miss and love yoU: Happy birthday,MoDL MS. NANCY LORENZANO YATES Gone, but not forgotten. Happy anniversary. From, your beloved husband, Frank Yates. Thank you for the time we shared, it was a blessing to have you in my life. Love you always, Mr. and Mrs. Yates, 4-19-08. MOTHER LEOLA MCRAE JONES Sunset: April, 2004 No human expression can really relieve the pain you're feeling when you are bereaved; each day will get easier with the passing of time, if you don't sit idle pondering your mind, wondering why God allowed our loved one to die. Deeply missed and always loved. Your children, Louie McRae and Margaret Love, and your grandchildren. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JAMES TAURENCE DAVIS, SR. Praise the Lord. In loving memory and happy birthday my son. We love and miss you. TIMOTHY JACKSON Gone, but not forgotten, roger that. Love, your friend and cousin, Lamonica and Delerene. I celebrate the memories of you as they comfort me. Not a day goes by without thinking of you. My heart remains heavy as our time together secfited too short, and now I journey alone. Happy Birthday Mommy ... llistened more than you thought, and I love you more than you know! CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Lillian Waldron would like to express our sincere gratitude. Your comforting words, prayers, visits, hospitality, cards, flowers, and other acts of kindness have been a sincere source of strength and consolation during our time of bereavement. May God continue to bless each of you. Carolyn Waldron Thomas. TERRY HOLLAND It' s been eighteen years today since God called you home. Rest on my son. Love, mom and family. LILLIAN WALDRON APRIL 15, 1940 -FEBRUARY 25, 2010 GARY COOPER Two years still only feels as if it was yesterday. And every day we still grieve your loss, even though you're with God. But today we celebrate your passing on into heaven. For you are truly a great son, nephew, brother and friend that will forever be missed. Civil Rights leader Dr. Beniamin Hooks Dies nenjamin Hooks the longtime Civil rights leader and the former executive director of the NAACP has died. State Rep. Ulysses Jones who was a i:nember of the church where Hooks pastor, told news outlets that leader died early Thursday at his home, following a long illness. He was awarded the. Presidential Medal (/) m z m r:m c rrm :::! z "0 c l'lJ I""' Cii % m c m < m -4 c m (/) c )o z c :!! c


More Arrests Made In Progress Village Shootings ::> 1-AL.JUNDA TOMPKINS, JOHN STEADMAN The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office a nd th e U. S. Marshals T as k Force Fugitive Apprehension Unit an noun ced the arres t of thr ee m a l es who were allegedly invol ve dint h e shooting of four students in Progress Village on March 31st. Aaron Steadman, 20, was charged with con s piracy to commit murder and viola tion of probation on a grand theft charge. John Knox Steadman, 19, was charged with five counts of attempted murder and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Landrick Edwards, 20, was also charged with five counts of attempted murder and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Edwards is AARON STEADMAN IANDRICK EDWARDS currently in jail in Polk County on bur g lary c har ges. These ar rests cam e a wee k after th e a rrest of 17-year-old Aljunda Tompkins. D e t ec tiv es said two groups had b ee n a r guing over the last couple of da ys prior to the s hootings a nd th e a r g u m e nt b eca m e violent when one group left and return e d later armed with a rifle. Preston Young, 16, Michael Simpson, 16, Quadarrius Brown, 16 and Elijah Anderson, 13, were all wounded in the shootings. A fifth teenager, Marquis Williams, 14, was not wounded, but was stand ing in a yard close to where the shots were being fired. WARREN DAWSON 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ NibraSU Ave. & scan St. ... "';: :: .: .. : : :"'' :;: : .. .. : -: :; ::; ;:.; :;-;-: : :=: ; .: ... .:: .:; : ::-: .:_ :::: ;-... :: -; :"" J:: .. : .. .:: ; : .. :: ;-: ;-:; ... found beaten and nm over in apartment comple: x parking lot. ST. PETERSBURG -On Sunday morning, St. P e t ersburg P o li ce office r s responded to th e 5700 block of Lynn Lake Drive. When they arrive d they f ound Elfleter S. Bolden, 33, b eaten and run over in th e parking lot. Sh e was pronounced dead at th e scene. Homicid e d e tectiv es report that Bolden's death appears to be domestic. Bolden was the youngest of six sisters. Family members told detec tives the last time they sa w Bolden was Saturday night during a cousin's birthday party Family members are in s hock and don t know who would want to hurt Bolden. No arrests have b ee n mad e in her murder and the inv es tigation is ongoing. Parking Scheme Lands Two Women In Jail SYLVIA WASHNGTON JOYCE ROBERTS ST. PETERSBURG -On April 6, 2010, the Tampa Bay Rays played their first home game of the season at Tropicana Field After the game give people who had parked their cars in a private lot near the stadium discovered their c ars had been towed by Apex Towing Company. The private lot is located next to at 511 16th Street, South, and i s posted with two sig ns that indicate tow away zones. St. P e ter s burg police in ves tigated the incident after learning that two women had covered the signs, held up other signs and waved at drivers to direct them to park in the vaca nt lot at $10 per car. The women, identified as Sylvia Washington, 46, and Joyce Roberts, 42, admitted parking 23 cars and collecting $230 that they split between them. Police said Washington claimed she needed the money for groceries. Washington and Roberts were both charged with scheming to defraud. Duo Charged With Extonion JAMES ROBINSON Tampa P o lic e arres t e d two m e n Sunday ni ght for allege dl y exto rting a woman over a cell phon e Police said Kimberly Kohn los t h e r ce ll phone while leaving work in the downtown area. James Robinson, 41, and Kenneth Washington, 35, found the phone and allegedly b ega n to ext ort KENNETH WASHINGTON mon y from h e r to g -t th p h o n e ba k. A s tin g was set up by two officers a t 34th stre t and Shadowlawn where Robinson and Washington w e r e arrest d. Both w e r e charged with grand th eft, exto rtion d ea l ing in s tol en property, o n spiracy, and possession of cocaine Man Gets lite Sentence In Toddler's Death ROBERT BRADWELL ... gets life sentence in death of Makaila Thompson. On Friday, a jury found Robert Bradwell, 36, guilty of first-degree murder and aggravated child abuse and was immediately sentenced to lif e without parol e plus 30 years for aggravated child abuse. Bradwell was convicted for the death of Makaila Thompson, 2 on September 5 2008 Bradwell was babys itting Makaila for her mother, Monique Thompson, who worked a night shift at WalMart Market. He also MAKAILA THOMPSON babysat Makaila's brother, Keyondre, 4 On September 5, 2008, Bradwell showed up at University Community Hospital with Makaila. She wasn't breathing and cold. He allegedly told e m e r gency room nurses s h e had fallen in the s how er. A public defender representing Bradwell had s u ggested that Makaila.!s brother, Keyondre, ca u sed her death b y with her roughly. UNCLE SANDY .... Take not for granted 3 that which comes 44, to you easily 8, because it can be gone 9 even faster 11. Tize Voice of Our Cornrn:unUy Speaking for Itself .. 1i Sead:laae1Bt.l1IE:nn .......... &:X" (8I.3) 2.48-I.9.2I.


Classi-fied INVITATION TO BID Bollenback Builders is actively seeking bids from qualified W/MBE subcontractors and suppliers for the Peter 0 Knight Airport : T-Hangar S and Hangar B Rehabilitation project. Bollenback Builders will provide access to construction documents and will provide bidding assistance to qualified W/MBE firms interested in this Project. Please contact Devon De Trapani at 813-855-2656 or by e-mail Devon@Bollenbackbuilders com. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for the Roof Replacement Project at Greco Middle School. The project scope provides for the roof replacement of approximately nine campus buildings with an estimated construction cost between $500 000 and $1,200,000. Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center 901 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33602, until bid opening at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday May 6, 201 0 The bid documents include specific bid submittal requirements HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web-site at http:/1168.254.1.35/documents/standards/index.htm HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference at 10:00 a.m. on Friday April 9, 2010 at Greco Middle School located at 6925 East Fowler Avenue, Temple Terrace, Florida 33617. Attendees must sign in and present a photo 10 to gain access to the conference Bidders must submit a 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. The bid documents provide specific requirements for bid and surety bonds, and insurance. Bidders are subject to the HCPS Small Business Encouragement Program as described in the bid documents. Bidders may obtain a complete set of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from Harvard Jolly Inc., 5201 West Kennedy Boulevard Suite 515, Tampa Florida 33609, phone: (813) 286-8206 HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid or to reject any and all bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS GET NOTICED .......... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813) 248-1921 Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24n to: (813) 248-9218 NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD IN RE: The Practice Of Contracting Steven Jay Koehnleln d/b/a A R.E.A.S. Air Conditioning 8500 Blecher Rd. Pinellas Park, FL 33781 CASE NO.: 2008047009 LICENSE NO.: C1813553 The Department of Business and Professional Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint against you, a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, Jamie Duran, Service of Process Unit Department of Business and Professional Regulation 1940 North Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399-2206, (850) 488-0062 If no contact has been made by you concerning the above by April 27. 2010 the matter of the Administrative Complaint will be presented at a hearing pursuant to 120 57(2), F.S. before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons 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. 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Suite #A, in the County of Hillsborough, In the City of !mJ:wl, Florida intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida Dated at Th.m.g_a, Florida, this ll1b day of April. 2010 Sole Owner(s) Sidney J. Gassett Peggy A. Gassett Homes For ale $89K Ready To Move In I We Pay Closing Cost Call (813) 221-4457 Hot Buy Investors4 Properties Great Income Owner Retiring Call (813) 416-6183 Or (813) 630-0839 Kenny 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Townhouse Rent To Own Or Own For Less Than Rent Small Down Payment Owner Financing Bert (813) 969-3970 Temple Terrace Townhouse For Rent 2 Bedrooms/1 Y2 Bath Section 8 OK Call (813) 404-5667 c m C/) c )> "'0 :rJ ,... t\) p t\) 0 .... 0 ,... 0 :!! en m z m r:OJ c ,... ,... z "'0 c OJ c: en :X m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c :!! c


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