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... ---... SE6; STORY ON PAGE 3 365 DAYS OF BLACK HISTORY "A Classy Affair: 365 Days Of Black History" was presented Friday evening at Nathan B. Young Middle School. The annual Soul Food Dinner Program is coordinated by Dr. Julia Barnes. This year's event featured a play, "Man in the Mirror," by Bles'd Productions under the direction of Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks. Several persons in the community were honored. Guests enjoyed a hearty soul food meal from pigs' feet to country style cornbread. In attendance from left to right, James Tokley, Elder Michelle Patty, Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks, Doris Ross Reddick, Dr. Angela Chaniel, Principal of Young; Dr. Philetha Tucker-Johnson, School Board Member Doretha Edgecomb; Dr. Julia Barnes, Area Director Lewis Brinson; City Councilwoman Gwen Miller, Les Miller and Rubin Padgett, Tampa Housing Authority Board member. (Photography by BRUNSON) Man Drowns After Canoe Sinks SEE PAGE 15 Adoption-Prayer Breakfast Planned SEE PAGE 8 Sulphur Springs Wins State Award SEE PAGE 2 Brothers Stabbed: Outside Store PAGE 16


0 ,.... Fearures ,..: N ..J c: a.. < c Cf) w 1-Elementarv School Receives Coveted State Reading Award Shown in this photograph in front arc: Ms. Sharon Stewart and Ms. Lynn Rogers. Shown standing from left to right are: Ms. Julie Sekulits, Ms. Cathy Tirpak, Assistant Principal Cathy M s Emily Deitzer, Dr. Christi Buell, Principal, Ms. Laura Johnson, and Ms. Donna Calderom. c a: BY IRIS B. HOLTON LL Sentinel City Editor c Late last week, the Hillsborough County Public c School District Superintendff} ent MaryEllen Ella learned that one of her elementary schools had' won a coveted state award. That coveted W award was the prestigious > w "Elementary Reading Leadership Team of the year Award. "The award is presented once a year to a school to promote literacy ef forts at schools. The award is presented by Just Read! Florida and its re cipient for 2 610 is Springs Elementary School. Dr. Christi Buell, principal c w :::J: en :::i m ll.. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE z i= w ...J ...J m I ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL News Alert The Rorida Law states That You May Be Entitled TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .... FREE Prtll6ssional StJI'IIiCtJI 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 Investigators -H there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702T Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week of the school, was notified that her school had been cho sen on Thursday and made the announcement during the morning show. Ms. Glenda Brown, District El ementary Reading Supervi sor was on hand for the occasion. Sulphur Springs Elemen tary School fiaa been plagued by unacceptable school grades receiving an F in 2006-2007 and 2007-2008 school years. Several changes took place at the school, in..: cluiling a change of adminis trators and some teachers. The following under the leadership of Dr. Buell, the school improved its grade to a B in the 2008-2009. Dr. Buell said, "We. are pleased that the hard work of great teachers is being recog nized on a state level. Most of all we are excited about the success of our students. We are going to continue work ing diligently to guarantee the success of every student and work to insure that they receive a world-class educa tion." The road to the award began in January 2010, when Sulphur Springs Elementary won on the ilistrict level. The y also won on the re gional level. Dr. Buell shares credjt for the recognition with the teachers parents, business partners and commuruty. "I .jt wa.S this partnership that helped us reach this goal. As a result of receiving the award the school and read ing team will receive mone tary awards to be used to continue improvement at the school. School Board Vice-Chair Speaks On Educating The Communitv' BYLEONB. REW Sentinel StaffWrit r Hills b oro u g h unty ch Board i c hairp r on Doretha Edgecomb, a d dres e d tud nt s a t Mi.Q.dl ton High ... c.l1) ( ,. 1 t Wedn e day The Mayor African Ame r ican Advisory Council in part n ers hip with Hillsborough County Public Schools and the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partn e rship se l ec ted Ms. Edgecomb as the l

FeabJres c m (/) 0 suspect Given lite Sentence For Murdering Teacher )> "U :D BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mrs. Se ily Coleman has l eft he r h ome in Atlan t a sever a l times e n r o ute t o Ta mpa. S h e a tt e nd e d every l eg al procedure of the two m e n acc u se d a nd n o w co n v i c t e d of killing h e r husb and, Antonio 'Tony' Coleman. : Coleman, 36, w a s mur d e r e d e arl y on J a nu ary 2 0 2008, as h e sat in s id e hi s r e ntal v e hicl e outsid e of th e Groovy Mul e Bottle Club, 8205 N Dal e Mabry. H e was. waiting outside the club to meet his brother when he was struck by a stray bullet. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, responded to the club three times that morning. The first call received at 5:37 a.m in ref erence to a fight. The second call at 6:01 a.m., was in reference to shots being fired at the club. The third call at 8 a.m., was the discovery of Coleman's body inside his rented vehicle. Police said it appeared Coleman was about to 1\NfONIO''TONY 'COLEMAN ... murdered January 20,2008 leav e when a stray bullet traveled through the rear window and struck him Following an investigation, d etectives arrested Raymond Torres, Jr., 39, and Max Jasper, 24, in connection with the shooting Both were charged with and have been convicted of second degree murder and shooting into an occupied building. Judge Emmett Lamar Battles handed down the maximum sentence, life. without parole. Jasper was also sentenced to 15 years RAYMOND TORRES, JR. ... convicted, awaits sentencing for shooting into an occ u pied building. Last week, Mrs. Coleman was in court for the. sentencing of Max Jasper. She feels that the lif e sentence was justice for her and her family. She also expects Torres, who was also convicted, will probably receive the same sentence. "Both triius were delayed three times, but I attended all of them. Torres is sup7 posed to be on May 21st and I will be for that, tqo." Mrs. Coleman MAX JASPER ... sentenced to life plus 15 years ued, "After this, we can finally start to move on and put some closure to this. "My children are still young and they are still afraid. They still don' t understand. Every time they hear me say I'm going to Tampa, they get scared. They affiliate Tampa with their dad not coming back. Coleman is survived by 3 children, Colbie and Kalvari. A Tampa n ative, Antonio Knlvnri wn th Ellen nor the l n t Coleman earn d hi Ma ter' s Degr e Education from University of outh Florida and wa w rkin toward earning his Ph.D at th tim of hi s death. Coleman wa a tea h r at Promethean Planet in Atlanta. He had just begun his newly acquired job at the school weeks b efore his murder. He from Parkside Elementary School to accept th e new job. r "T1 r 0 :!! t/) m z ::1 z m r;Mother 0115 Blames svstem For Her Problems m c z "U c m !: (/) BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Angel Yulee Adams said prior to March 19, 2008, she and her children lived in harmony and other than the usual things a parent has to go through, they weren't having any problems. "I was called to come to my son's school, because they said he.had been caught with a knife. I went out to the school, and everything got turned around. I ended up 4 j .. J being arrested for opposing an officer. That charge was later dismissed. Adams said it was that incident that brought in Hillsborough Kids, who later took her children and put them in foster care. "I got my kids back about 6 months ago, but I'm very frustrated and this needs to stop. "As far as my evict:ion is concerned, I lost everything when they put my things out on the street. This is the se cond time this has happened to us in the past two years." Adams is currently living in a 3-bedroom unit in the Brandon area, and said she can only stay there a few days ANGLADAMB "Hillsborough Kids is working on finding us a place to go. Constantly mov ing my family isn't good for them. This has taken a toll on them psychologically." Adams said no one should have to be treated the way she and her children have been. "The injustices I've experienced are ridiculous. What we ve gone through is outra geous and I'm being brutalized and mistreated by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office : ::r: m 0 m < m c! m t/) 0 0 "T1 :D 0 I want justice and accountability for what we've gone through and I've had C) enough. m w


editorials/Columns ,..: N ...J a: Cl. <( c (J) w 1-0 t: LL 0 z c:c 0 (J) w 1-> t: w > w 0 w :::1: U) ::::; m a. z iii _, _, m ...:. w z j::: z w U) c:c 0 a: 0 _, LL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Aven u e T ampa F lo nda 33605 ( 8 3 ) 921 P ublished Every T uesday and F riday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co M e mber of Nalio n a l Newspaper P ublishers A ssociat i on ( NNPA ) POSTMASTER : Send A ddress C hange To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Period i cal Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. (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 Subscr i pt ions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editi ons : $87 00-Per Year Both Editi ons Opinions expressed on editonal pages of lhis newspaper by Col umnists or Gu es t W rite rs do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Flol in every pot. The light Rail Debate T oday, a hot and h eavy debate rages in Hills borough County about the Light Rail System It is not clear whether Hillsborough County wants a rail system. It may be even better to sa y that it is not clear Wtlether or not the county wants to pay for a rail system. I thought those two questions got answered years ago. I remember that more than a decade ago when I served as a member of the HART line Board of Directors somebody spent a lot of mone y exploring a rail system. Either Hillsborough County or HARTline spent hundreds of thousands of dollars traveling all over viewing and talking to other areas about their rail system. A large group that included elected officials, traveled all over Canada, to Portland, B efore there were Black owned radio stations in America, there were Southern white-owned Black-oriented radio stations, like WDIA in Memphis, Ten nessee These stations hired Black disc jockeys to play the music of Black artists like B. B. King, James. Brown, Ruth Brown, Johnny Ace and others There were also white owned stations that ignored Southern racism and hired interracial staff to play Black. oriented music and conduct programming geared to wards the Black community Then, in 1949, Blacks began to own radio stations and the phenomenon spread throughout the South and to urban areas from Baltimore to Los Angeles. By 1970, there were 16 Black-owned radio stations; and by 1980, the number had Oregon to San Diego Cali fornia to Atlanta Georgia to Miami Florida and to Disney World in Orlando, viewing and discussing rail systems. We discussed various systems, costs financing and governmental assistance : We even discu 'ssed rolutes (6'r system in 11 q County There was even some discussion with the railroad to use some of their lines that still existed but were no longer being used. When I left the Board dis cussions were still going on. I stopped following the road to a rail tra nsit system. Talk of a rail system quieted down and soon disappeared from the front page For all practi cal purposes the rail system was dead. Today, the rail system is back on the front burner and the debate is burning grown to 140 stations. That dramatic growth of Black owned stations to 274 in 1995, has been attributed to the advocacy of the Congres sional Black Caucus and sev eral Black media advocacy groups and the policies of President Jimmy Carter's administration. During the 1960s, Black radio played a key role in shaping the Ciyil Rights Movement. It was reported that Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. would tap on the ceiling of the Southern Christian Leadership Office (SCLC) whenever he wanted radio station WERD, located in the same building on the floor above him, to give him air time to address the people in the Atlanta area about key issues. Black radio played pivotal roles in the election campaigns of Blacks. bri ghter :IIlli hot! t'l' than t \ l'l'. Ld Ill<' rail t o n tiL'll ti o n th a t Tampa i s one of three m ajor c iti es or m e t ro politan areas without a rail sys t e m One of tho se cit i es, Detroit is committed to doing a rail system. That means Tampa must get on th e ball. Th e big problem is that a rail system is a costly adventure that comes at a bad time. It comes at a time when Tampa's is in the tank and unemployment is high. Rail s upport e rs are trying to float a sales tax to h e lp pa y .. I .. for the cost of a rail system In spite of economic condi tions, it could be a good eco nomic move by creating some much needed jobs in Tampa Wheth e r this is the right tim e or not Tampa i s lon g overdue for a rail system. Tampa has not becom e a nd will never become Amer ica's Next Great City without a rail system. We may as well bite the bullet and get it done. The first Black mayors of New York (David Dinkins) and Philadelphia (Wilson Goode) owe their successful campaigns to Black-owned WLIB (New York) and WHAT (Philadelphia), re spectively. Black stations broadcast issues that white-owned radio stations would not touch, such as Civil Rights marches, protests and boy cotts; racial injustices and the 1984 presidential cam paign of Rev. Jesse Jackson. Well-known DJs Jack "The Rapper" Gibson (WERD Atlanta), Jock Jocko's Rocket Ship Show (Douglas W. Henderson, Sr., of WHATPhiladelphia, York); Frankie "Hollywood" Crocker (WBLS-New York and radio stations from Buf falo to Los Angeles); and Petey Greene (Rapping With Petey Greene WOLAM D.C.) and others made Black radio mous and Black radio station owners prosperous, from the 1940s until their voices began to disappear, one by one. Harambee!


Horoscopes/ 5oaps HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday --This is your yea r to m e nd the damaged and res t ore whatever's been lost. You prove indefatigable in the pur s uit o f independence Per se verance, backed b y a rich sense of humor provides a way to exp r ess your pas s ions to famil y and asso ciates Taurus (April 20-May 20) -The best thing you can do for your associates is to s t ate your opinion a nd r einforce it with action. Don't l et anythi n g distract you. Gemini (May 21-June 21) Bring water and s nacks every where you go. You ma y not hav e time for a r e gular meal until lat e r You' r e running on emotional fuel all day. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Take today off if at all possible. You need time to recup e r a t e from exciting weekend activities. Your s ignificant other clea n s up any leftov e r messes Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)Som e thing seemed broken on Friday. Today, you see ju s t th e way to repair or-.adjust e lement s so that they work to ge th e r p e rfectly. Tweak, d o n t use a s ledgehammer. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Use h a tever mean s of persuasion you need to co nvince y our significant ot her to relax. Less stre ss equals more fun SO light e n the mdCfd: "I I f"' '.' Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Everything goes like clockwork today. You set household goals and someone else takes care of th em Meanwhile, you cheerfully handle whatever arises at work. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Let your significant other take the lead now. You' re perfectly happy to go along with a n y plan rea sonable or not. Maintain a playful attitude. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Use your persuasive power s to move others as ea rly as possible. The weather could shift, and you need to be on the road before that happens Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -It really is all about you and your most intimate friend. Get together early to make the most of the short time you have. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You wake up today knowing that you have the power. Now you need to decide what to do with it. Try making everyone around you happier Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Ask your group leader to work some magic and make obstacles disappear Everyone needs to see the opportunity and enthusiastically embrace it. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-A lot of pieces come together today, and you see a way to repair something that you thought was permanently broken. In the process, you save a ton of money. SOAPS OPERA SPOILERS ALL MY CHILDREN-Annie plots her next move; David wants to get even with Ryan; JR may tell Marissa the truth Scott comes to JR' s rescue; Liza gives Annie Adam's divorce papers; Amanda's un nerved by her obsessed fan. Liza warns Damon to stay away from Colby; Annie makes it clear to JR that she s calling the shots; Jake comes up with a plan to unmask Amanda's stalker. AS THE WORLD TURNS -iberty warns Gabriel about Parker; Janet drops a bombshell on Dusty; Carly plays detective. Craig ad mits his wrongdoings to Carly ; Parker confronts Gabriel. Gabriel 's whereabouts are questioned; Lily and Lucinda wrestle with a secret. BOLD AND THE BEAUfiFUL-Aggie promises she won't tell Nick about B ridget and Owen; Eric asks Donna to come home; Bill gives Justin an incentive to heip with his plan; Pam shows Eric a photo on the Internet of him kissing Stephanie. Bill gives Donna a list of demands to give to Eric; Donna feels hopeless about her mar riage; Nick and Bridget tell Jackie and Owen that Bridget's pregnant; Bridget and Owen privately agree to take a paternity test. Donna is torn by her conflicting emotions and tells Eric that she needs time to think; Bill makes a confession to Katie about Donna and Katie questions his motives; Bill promises Donna and Katie he will help them seek revenge against Eric and Stephanie. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Vivian accuses Carly ofw:recking an other home ; Sarili finds EJ on the and he collapses in her arms ; Hope toys with' Baken;-Philip wants tp J come clean to Melanie; Carl y shares the news that Daniel's surgery was a success. Rafe witnesses an intimate moment between Sami and' EJ; Melanie assures Darue l that Philip would never hurt her; Stephanie tells Adrienne she be lieves Nathan is her destiny ; Baker gets the password for EJ 's bank card and transfers some funds. Julie catches Hope with her stash of pills ; a bookie finds Baker and takes all of his cash ; Nicole and Arianna learn that EJ was attacked ; Mia vows to get Chad back; Made line asks Chad to stay away from the DiMera mansion. GENERAL HOSPITAL Dant e remains conflicted ove r what to do n ext; Maxie may spill the beans to Jason; S kye fuels Trac y's jealous Jason presses Lulu for answers; Alexis helps Kristina face some difficult truths; Maya ma y turn Michael in. Carl y turns to Olivia for help; Claire paints a bleak picture of Dante s future ; Michael ma y be discovered. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-John faces off with Todd ; Natalie tries to clear the air with Marty; a killer may be loose in Uanview Tea shares her suspicions with Blair ; Cole s out for Todd s blood ; Markko may discover Langston 's duplicity. Cole takes his rage out on Todd Kelly may be in danger ; Natalie wants an apology from John. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Sarah and Patty form a murderous pact ; Ryder finds himself behind bars once again. Tucker makes Ashle y an irresistible offer ; Amber finds herself in danger. Heather makes a decision that could save Emily; Jack seeks a sepa ration from Patty. fictures from The fast Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Silas in this October 1961 photo. In this Easter Sunday photo from the past are: Arthur Pride, Chandra Pride, Twanda Pride, Lindsey Gainer, Christopher Pride and Anthony Pride. 0 )> ., ::n r-N 0 ..... 0 .., r-0 ::n I en m z m r-m c: r r-z "tt c: m en X m 0 m < m -t c: m en 0 ?< )> z c .., ::n 0 ?< Delegates attending a convention at Mt. Moriah Church are 0-r): Rev. T. M. Batts Rev. J. B Taylor, Rev. J. T. Syler, Mrs. Rosa B. Davis, Miss UJJian Syler and Mrs m


5 All About You N --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------,..._ N ....J a: a.. <{ The McKinlevs MR. And MRS. GOLDMINE MCKINLEY FAMILY It 's b ee n a lon g tim e coming and w e're still standing. God has brought m y king and I am his queen c a: LL c z a: w > w c w :I: en ::i m ::J 0.. z w Mrs. McKinley, a k.a Mrs. Goldmine. KEARRA HIGGANS :j Happy 22nd birthday, Kearra. We lo ve you and we miss ::J you. "il Love, Shanette, Joyce and the family ...J .w z z w en C3 a: 0 ...J LL DOLLAR BILL Happy birthday, Scooby, R.V.T. most finest of all breeds. R. I. P. to my Breed Brother, Eric Peoples. Love, your wife and kids. 'BONE' 4-23 Happy birthday to the Y. G. Stunna. You can just love it. I'm a rep to the fullest hustler. Oh and big ups to the whole "813" at Coleman Medium, partner. We've got it in. Love, Kesh. MR. And MRS. WILLIE GLOVER Willie and Margaret Glover cel e brat d th ir 25th w d ding anniversary on April 20th COACH Housing Brings Jov To New Homeowner Left to right, Nelson Priede, Willie G. Dixon, Ida CampbeU, Leana HaU (homeowner), and Carmen Hicks. The Reverend Willie G. Dixon, Executive Director of COACH Housing Progn i tn brings joy to Leana Hall, a new homeowner and proves that home mortgage payments can be less than paying rent. Recently, Ms. Hall arrived at Priority Title of Florida prepared to sign a stack of closing documents. Most first time homeowners are so excited about owning a home they usually sign all or most of the closing documents before asking the question about mortgage payments. Ms. Hall asked Ms. Campbell, "What is my monthly mortgage payment? After Ms. Hall was told the amount, tears of joy began to flow down Ms. Hall's cheeks. She repeatedly said, This is much lower than my r m t payment. Not only was her mortgage payment lower than her rent, Ms. Hall became eligi ble to receive an $8,000 tax credit as a first time homeowner. In addition, Reverend Dixon advised Ms. Hall that she could reduce her 30-year mort.gage by 5-7 years by applying one or more extra payment each year toward her mortgage payment. The City of Tampa Housing and Community Development, Priede Construction, Regions Bank and the COACH Foundation, Inc. made this dream possi ble. Most all one house was able to created at least 20 new jobs and make an impact on our economy.


Man savs Prison Experience Communitv Activist Feels Fee Made Him Seek Salvation Increases Should Be Adjusted It take dire consequ e nce s t o make our young m e n get in t o uch with reality I h ope n o n e of th e m throw th eir live away for nothing. n B Y L E O N B. CRE\.VS S entine l Staff Write r the ir ability t p i 1\ly f o r famili e with more thr m o n e child." 1\.> We t Tampa Community Activist and Count y Commission candidate Dwight Bolden, aid h e feel a mi stake was made when the fees were increased for programs a t the city's parks a n d recrea ti o n cente r s. 0 Bolde n ha n m eting c; SIDNEY DAVIS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Davis is currently at Chri t lik e Mini s tri es o n Orient R oa d where h e hope s t o h ave th e o p portunity t o t eac h and s p eak to you n g men and women. I'd like t o visit diffe rent p l aces to s h a r e m y life expe ri e with h opes o f changing the minds o f a n yo n e who i s w alkin g the same p ath I walke d I n 1 977, Sidney Davis was In 1980 w hil e inc a r ce r a t e d g i ve n a lif e se nt e n ce in F l o rid a Davis lo s t hi s s i g ht. H e sai d h e S t a t e P riso n for burg l ary, sexwas n t a Chris ti a n th e n and u a l b attery and b ei n g a p ri swas bitt e r a nd r es entful. o ner i n p ossessio n of a wea p o n But a ft e r I f ound C hri s t I H e w as 35 years o ld. accepte d it a s G o d s wi ll. I was Davis was r e l ease d o n A p ri l d epresse d w h e n m y par ents 1 3, 201 0 afte r se rvin g 32 yea rs d i e d wi thin tw o months o f e a c h I don' t think enoug h pl anning and di scussi o n was d o n e b e f o r e this was implem ente d In m y opinio n the inc reases s h ould have n eve r been across the board. DWIGHT BOLDEN I think the fee inc reases s h ould have been based on the surrounding community' s m edia n incom e and sch duled wi t h P rk n n d R c r ntion Oir c t r Kare n Palu and hi s p lan i t out l in a diff r n t t ru tur for they' r e a t work. NAACP Joins Census To Increase Population Count in priso n n early h alf hi s life. oth e r in 1986. H e said th e ex p erie n ce was a n T o m y surpr ise o n e o f th e a w a k e nin g f o r him g u a rd s saw I was hurting, a nd Wh e n I we nt t o pri so n I was re m ove d m e fro m ge n e r a l p o p a l os t m a n b eca u se I d idn' t ul a ti o n t o s olit ary as a f orm o f The Hill s b oroug h C ounty Br a n c h of the NAACP has j oine d forces with the U S. Ce n sus Bureau to in c rease the numbe r of African Americ a n s counte d The Census r eports s t ated that the deadline to r eturn the forms has passed and only a small percentage of forms have been returned. C e n s u s W a lk and go doo r to door t o h e lp e n courage resi d ents who have n o t comple t e d the forms to do s o The organization will also reach out to churc h e s to help spread the word. ti es. Hi s t o ri cally, Black o m munities hav b e n d i p r -portio n a t l y impact d b y sever a l s o c i a l and econ omic kn o w God when I wa s brea kin g r efuge, not punishme nt. th e l aw. N o w I f ee l I' ve r e -Davis s aid n o w h e's o n a ce i ve d m e r cy and I hav e a n ew mi ss i o n purpose in life." Davis said he staye d aw a r e of Dayis said part of that pur-what was going on outside pose is being a re sponsible while he was inc a rcerated. man, and also being held ac" I know I have a message for countable for his own actions those who have strayed away and thoughts. and are lost. In upcoming weeks, the NAACP Council will hold a Proper c e n sus counts are important because they determine the distribution of more than $400 billion dollars the federal government will distribute to communi-issu es. Ce n s u s records ca n h elp address those issu e b y e n suring prope r funding for gov ernment s e rvices. For additional information contact the C ensus Bureau a t 1 (866) 861 -2010 or the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP at (813) 234-8683. I 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 i n her 1st or 2nd trimester llead Sta11 is pleased to partner in this t>xpansion "ith: Easter Seals : =- ;r u METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES IIOPlLMSIIdE /"':\ f.liUsborongh Coun!}' SCHOOLS .....--Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www.hillsboroughcounzy.org/ 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 program, operated by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Department of Children' s Services. Funds for a two-year expansion effort (2009/2010-2010/2011) are provided through the American Recovery and Rei nvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Earfy Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Lutheran Services Florida, Metropolitan M i nistries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with D i sabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. 0 :::D c ).> en m z m r;m c: r r-z "'D c: m c en J: m c m < m -i c: m en c ).> z c "T1 :!! c


,..... N ...J a: a.. 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Currently, there are mor e than 1,000 c hildr en, n early h a lf of which are African American, who a r e waitin g for permanent homes. On Fri day, May 7th, at T45 a.m., a br eakfas t will b e h eld to dis cuss the i ss ue of a dop tion. The free breakfast, e ntitl e d ''Adoptio n Pray e r Breakfast of Hop e," will tak e plac e at th e Marriot Hotel, 700 S. Florida Avenue, in downtown Tampa It i s b e ing ho s t ed by On e Church, One Child Hill sbo r ough Kids Inc. and the Florida Department of Childre n and Families. Th e majority of the children waiting to be -adopted a r e older than th e age of 8. In s ome cases, the children a r e siblings while others may 0 have special n ee ds. But all of fE the children share the come z a: w > w c w ::I: en :::J m :l Q. mon need of having a perma nent home REV. BEVERLY LANE Florida State President of One Church, One Child, and Vice President of the Eastern U.S. Region of One Church, One Child Founded in 1980, One Church, One Child was cr e ated to address the dispropor tionate number of African American children who are eligible for adoption. Its founder created the pro gram with the belief that if one family in each African American church were to z i= w ...J ...J :l m I Sun., May 2nd 7:45A.M.. I I Minister Maurice Allen Peace Baptist Minister Of Music ...J w z i= z w en

Local CJ) 0 Zeta Phi Beta Chapter Hosts 'Sundav Best: A Firstladv ADair' )> ""0 :D r 1\.) ....., 1\.) 0 President of Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter Paula Kay and Vanessa Banks, First Lady of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. Nu Upsilo n Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority host e d it s Sunday B es t : A First Lady Affair' featuring First Ladi es from area churches and orga nizations. The program celebrat e d the First Ladies who serv e in the r es pective religious organiza tions The First Lady Affair brought great women together to unite in prayer and fellow ship. In addition to an after n oon of prayer and fellowship this program supported the Thelma Louise Stokes Craig Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter program participants: Sis. Juila Folks, Stars of Florida #386, Tanya Batchelor, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority; Jacqueline Harper, First Baptist of West Tampa; Betty Baker, OES Jerusalem Grand Chapter PHA; Brenna Taylor, Tampa Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority; Evangelist Rhudine Poole, Hope of Shiloh Community Church; Joyce Johnson, Trinity CME Church; Janice Albury, Amicac of Temple Terrace. Scholarship Program, named for one of the founding chapter members Program participants included Mi stress of Ceremony, Tina Bivins of Revealing Truth Ministries who was introduced by Desiree Sands; Welcome b y Verlion Jordan and Occasion b y Catherine Smith; Dr. F. Michelle Lemons, Presid ent of Beta Sigma Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority r ea d the Old Testament Scriptur e with the New Testament being read by Carolyn Hill, President of Tau Pi Zet a Chapte r of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. A solo was rendered by Brenna Taylor, Pre s id ent of Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. A prayer was provide d b y Tanya Batchelor, a representative of Beta Kappa Sigma Ole OW Ole CMd cJ Florida, Ire. c:orpxaion dedmed k> adoption promo!ion for Alricon ArneOCoo ch&1 waiting in Iosier are. CordiaAy invites yoo 10 its As o lealer, Ole ChxdJ Ole CMd of FlcrickJ, k. needs yox in roc 11e crisis ol457 Alricon American chilcnn in need o1 o:loption. This fRff Brec&t i s o O:l:a'f eeri b ci fJe lo p:mer will Ole C1xxch Ole C cJ Fbm,k Ptmr flCi clow 0 kiost riJ 0 boot ci cn:llnl i'kndal on each cJ t. b be pD:ed in t..duth, IIICQiqjl CM rJ fhm. k....,.. be o _. cJ $Joo roc m ....... WHEN: friday. lie( 7 201 0-7:4.5 a .m. llocnq:>M "715o;oJ 'NtH: f.'arol! Holel & Ncml 700 So-' fb:Q, A>te. fb:Q, 33ro2 KEYNOTE SPEAKER: il-.e 2igw IIebe d t.. EJe.erriJ fpilcqfcJ SPOAL GUESTS: Clxe Oisl. GeMma t:iF/oririJ The H:lnanXk l'tn bia Oy rJ b:pa !lop Ft George Fcvxler rJ N:lfcnj ococ George SWh, s-tJyri CXJ RS'Ifby Api m.lcr ya Copeland-Miller, Tonya Z Clark and Jessica 0 'T1 Halliday. :D 0


0 Easter Events r-: N ....I 0: Easter Sunrise Service Sunrise se rvi ces were h e ld throughout th e Tampa Bay community o n Ea s t e r Sunday morning in arious l ocatio n s. St .. J ames !louse of Prayer Episcopal Church h e ld its e f\ice at Cypress Beach Park. C Rev. Ernestein F l emis t e r i s the past or. (Pho tos b y Julia ffl Jackson ) ::::> ..... c a: LL c z < c en w ::::> ..... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::::i m ::) D. Mrs. Maisie Reddy in the Sunrise Service with Rev. Flemister, pastor. East Tampa Easter Extravaganza The l\ FL YET Center a t Jackson Heights enter was n host f the En. ter E.-..:t rnva.gnn z 1 hl'ld t h el' l o n Saturday .-\pril3. 2010. Thee \' e nt wa held in unjunrtion with LiP'S ( Ladies in lnrge Pm erfu l Sl' cure and Safe), a group a t the ni,ersity of South Florida under th e tut e l age of nbrinin Butts. T here were p l enty of you th ac ti\ i ti es and r egi t rntio n for th e n ity Fo tb nll Le b y B RUNSO N ) Repre s enting LiPSS and the NFL YE T Center respectivel y, Nita Bradley and Diedera Willis Trinity and Shiywan enjoying the festivities at the center. Shanell and Amya Funches at the Easter EXtravaganza. Assisting with the ; E a stel'l Hxtmva ganz n w e r e : Beverly Higdon, S y lvi a Kni ght, Frances Baldwin nnd Peaches. Representing the Unity Football League: Kelvin Williams, James Rice, Andrew Harris, Billy Christmas nnd Orlando Gudes. Daughters of Diversity #200 were among the groups in attendance. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m ...:. Easter Weekend. Kickball Event Kic kball t e am s were b ac k to c omp e tition Easter Weekend as N-2-Deep and the Lad y All Stars squared off against.e a ch other It w as a fun filled e v e nt with lo ts of s p ecta tor s at Robl es Park Playground." (Photography by BRUNSON) w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL 0 ,.... Brittany Slatton and Deve-tra Screen cooling off at the park. Honey Jones and Lisa were there to have fun, too. The CP Boyz were also on the scene. Enjoying the spring weather at Robles Park were Nadia, Nalani, Latwondra and Keria. Tony and Bob at the kickball game. Te8hirah, Toda and Nyeisha.at the Easter weekend kickball -game. B A. E (Baisa Ave. Ent.) was o n e of th. e many groups in attendance.


Local m (/) Charmenes Anend Service Of One Of Its Founders lakeland Man Alleges Tampa OHicer Punched Him Last a l..nkclmd m a n filed a federal law uit again t the ity fTampa, al l eg in g a Tampa P olice officer punched him in th face a he a h a ndcuffi din Ybor itv in 2007 0 )> )> 'll JJ r-The l aw uit all ge Officer Jason Brocato used x s i ve for ce when h h a nd uff e d Beverley M. Bailey o n A u gust 17, 2007. BEVERLEY BAILEY 1\) 0 .... 0 Delores Dee Williams Tampa, Ruth Terrell, Sanford, NC, National Executive Director; and Edna Rodwell, Richmond, VA, National President, cousin of the founder. Bettye P. Stevens, Tallahassee, FL former National President; Victoria Ellis, Tallahassee, past National President; and Ella 'E. N.' Cusseaux, Tampa, Charter member of the Hillsborough County Chapter. According to th e tl it Bailey and hi s friends were l eavi ng club Empire at 3 a.m. when a woman in their group got in volved in an argument with a group of men driving by. A fight broke out that led to gun fire before Bailey and his friends got into a car and tried to leave ..... suing the city alleging he was punched by a TPD officer. striking him. Bailey was h e ld for six hours at police headquarte rs before he was released with out being charged, acc{>rding Charmettes nationally and in ternationally traveled to Wes t I;>alm Beach, Florida to celebrate the life and home going of one of its founders Charmette Frankie Drayton Thomas. Charmette Thomas was a native of West Palm Beach. She attended Howard University where she received a BS degree. She received a Master's degree from Florida International Uni versity. She was a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a life time member of the NAACP, the Urban League of South Florida and Broward County Demo cratic Party. In 1951, Frankie Thomas 8f11nup torE-.Y ,.._,and r.ct...tr.. tto..E-.Y Audit and and Gwendolyn Baker Charmette Thomas was the Rodgers decided to form a sisfinal member of the 3 founders terhood made up of dedicated to pass away. Services were held women, committed to improving March 5th (wake services) and the quality of life in various com6th (funeral services) at the Tabmunities served by various chapernacle Baptist Church. Repreters. The Mother Chapter" was sentative Alcee Hastings and installed in Palm Beach County State Senator Chris Smith gave in 1951. reflections. Rev. Dr. Mack In 1952, Eunice W. Thomp-King Carter gave the eulogy son joined Mrs. Thomas and Charmettes Ella 'E. N .' Mrs. Rodgers in forming the Cusseaux, charter member of organization As the organizathe Hillsborough County Chaption grew, the "Tri County ter and Delores 'Dee' Board" was established as the Williams, member and past forerunner of the Executive National Parliamentarian, travBoard of the organization. eled to West Palm Beach to atToday, the organization has tend the services and as chapters throughout the United representatives of the HillsborStates and the Caribbean. ough County Chapter. Jackie Hines Energy Analyst Attorneys for Bailey said their client got down on the ground when asked by a police officer who had stopped a car he was in. According to the lawsuit, as Bailey was being escorted to a police cruiser, he alleges Brocato ran up to him screaming, pushed him toward the car and punched him in the face. Bailey also alleges he fell to the ground and no other officer came to his aid or prevented Brocato from Want to lower the cost of your electric bill, save energy and take control? to the suit. This is the second suit file d against the city involving Brocato. In 2007, the widow of Musa Yazid filed a suit after her husband was shot and killed by Brocato and an-0 other officer. A subsequent re-view found that shooting was )> justified. cn Police spokesperson, An-drea Davis, said as far as she :::1 knows, they hadn't been. served with the suit and they r;can't comment on any pend-m ing litigation. ? r-z ., c: m ,.. c;; :::z::: m 0 m < m -t c: m (/) c )It z c ., c Our energy analysts are ready to show you how with our free Energy Planner"" program. Take advntage of lower electricity rates available most of the day and save even more by controlling appliances with an adVanced thermostat instalrect free by Tampa Electric. You'll also receive a complete Home Energy Audit, eight energy--saving light bulbs and recommendations on how to help maximize savings. Sign up at tampaelectric.com/energyplanner or call 813.m.oeoo in Hillsborough County, 863.299.0800 in Polk CO\.rty or 1.888.223.0800 in all other ( select Home Account, then Energy Sawng Programs to reach Energy Management Services) Energy Planner is designed for single-family homes (multi-family, mobile and manufactured homes are ineligible) To complete a free Energy. Audit, visit tampaalectric.com/saveenergy. 7 J G) m .... ....


0 SP-_o_rts ______________________________________________________________________ ___ Two Tampa Athletes Drafted Bv The NFl c a: u.. c z < c en w ::J .... > a: w > w c w ::t: en :::l m ::J D. z ..J ..J ::J m L EROYVANN ... picked by the 49ers BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A p air 'Of former Tampa athletes h ad their dreams come t ru e when they were drafte d b y the National Football League l ast w eek. Leroy Vann, Jr. ( Howard W. Bla k e Hi g h School and F lorida A&M Unive r s ity) was selected b y th e San Francisco 49ers in th e 7 th round, a nd Javier Arenas (Robinson High School and the University of Alabama) was drafted in the second round b y the Kansas City Chiefs Vann, who got the nation' s attention as a kick returner and punt returner at F AMU, said being drafted means a lot to him. Representatives from the 49ers came to my pro day and I started talking with head coach Mike Singletary after that. He told me he wanted me to be .!I on his team, and it hap-pened." I believe God. will put Z obstacles in your way someW en times to test you. I'm going c:t: to do what I have to so I can e be a success. l hope the people of Tampa will be behind ..J me." LL Vann, has a 3-month-old son, said his parents, Micheile Copeland and Leroy Vann, have always been his biggest supporters and kept him confident throughout his athletic JAVIER ARENAS ... picked b y the Chiefs GEORGE SELVIE career. "My father is very proud of me. He started it all when he put me on a team when I was 7 He always told me that I had the drive and motivation to be successful." Vann has 10 siblings and graduated from FAMU with a degree in criminal justice. He'll be leaving Thursday for San Francisco, and says God meant for him to go there. Facunda Arenas, Javier's mother, said her .son. is happy and content with being drafted by the Chiefs. We were all sitting around the television watching the draft selections Thursday. When his name wasn't called, we just got back together later for the second round. As we were sitting and waiting, the phone rang. Javier answered the phone and had this big smile on his JEAN PIERRE-PAUL CARLTON MITCHELL face That's when we knew h e had been dra ft ed. We all hollered and screamed with joy I'm exhausted now from all the celebrating. Ms. Arenas said now she'll have to make plans to travel to Kansas City, Missouri. She said she ll also have to adjust to not having Javier living at home with her. I asked him if he was actually going to live in Kansas City, and he said that's where he'll be playing so that will be home. Now, I realize it's time for me to let go. When he_ was in college, this was home. Now, he'll have his own home. "Javier is excited and ready to go. He never told me about any particular team he wanted to go to. At least three teams had looked at him. Three From USF Drafted Once 'again, NFL scouts turned their attention to the University of South Florida's football program Last week, three players were drafted from the Bulls, one of them in th. e first round. Defensive end Jason Pierre Paul was drafted by the New York Giants in the first round; Wide receiver Carlton Mitchell was drafted in the sixth round b y the Cleveland Brown s, and Defensive end George Selvie was drafted in the seventh round b y the St. Louis Ram s Patriots, Journevman DT warren Agree To Contract FOXBOR L G H 1 as.. -T ht' e w E n g l a nd Patrio t signed former aklnnd R a id e r s tack! Gerard Warren o n aturday a th e y continue d t o r estock th e ir defen ive lin e Patriot. coach Bill B elichick announc d


Sports Bucs Go Heavv On Defensive Picks In Draft TAMPA -Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris likes to say the Buccaneers don't make any personnel moves without first consid ering how they might impact the development of young quarterback Josh Freeman. Improvi n g o n d efe nse is j u s t as important t o Freeman's future as a dding produ ctive playmak e r s on offe n se, a lth ough th e Bucs f ee l they 've done both with a draft class that will b e critical to the team's chances of rebounding from its worst finish s inc e 1991. The first two days of the draft brou ght defensi ve ta c k-les Gerald McCoy and Brian Price, along with receiver Arrelious Benn and cornerback Myron Lewis. Those moves a r e expec t e d to h e lp r evive a o n ce fearsome pass rus h provide some much-needed firepow e r o n offense and possibly produce th e eve ntu al s u cces sOr to ve t eran cornerback Ronde Barber. 1 alented but trouble d reteiv-er Mike'Williams -the o'rily other offensive player among Tampa Bay s nine picks -was the highlight from rounds four through seven on Saturday. Tiger To Hit The links At THE PlAYERS And AT&T National TIGER WOODS Tiger Woods has committed to play in THE PLAYERS Championship and the AT&T National, it was announced Wednesday. Previously, he committed to next week s Quail Hollow Championship in Charlotte, N.C., and the U S. Open, June 17-20, at Pebble Beach Golf Links. THE PLAYERS Championship will be held May 6-9 at THE PLAYE;RS Stadium Course TPC Sawgrass, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Woods won the tournament in 2001 and finished second in 2000. Last year, he tied for eighth. Woods will defend his title in the fourth AT&T National, July 1-4, at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pa. It will be a new site for the event, which was contested the last .three years at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md. Latex-Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl-: ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 2 BEAUTY UNLIMITED l 'I I CHAR DONEE If you weren't around Friday when we introduced you to Chardonee let us reintroduce her to you but this time as our Beauty Unlimited feature. Chardonee is a 22-year-old Virgo with a very unique name. Her favorite stars are Beyonce, Christina Aguilera, and Lady Ga Ga. Her hobbies are singing, dancing and modeling. In the near future, Chardonee wants to finish school. Her philosophy of life is: "Life is how you r11ake it." The man in Chardonee's life must have a job, a car, and money. Congratulations to Chardonee for allowing us to bring you this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: Jjohnson-@flsentlnel.com. Free Agent RB Westbrook Has Phvsical With Rams BRIAN WESTBROOK ST. LOUIS --Free agent running back Brian Westbrook, released by the Eagles in February after an injury-plagued 2009 sea son had a physical with the St Louis Rams on Saturda y Bolt Dazzles At PennRelavs PHII..Ai:>ELPHIA --They began fillipg up the streets around the University of Pennsylvania' s Franklin Field hours before, a sea of black, green and yellow. Thousands of Jamaican tra:ck and field fans had come to see their star, threetime gold medalist Usain Bolt, live -up to his fitting last name, and dazzle iri his return to Philadelphia Bolt dazzled them all with a lightning fast final' leg of the 4X100 meter relay, taking thebaton in a near dead heat, then overtaking USA Blue's Ivory Williams to win the event at the_ Penn Relays. A flawless han doff helped -Bolt take charge in the final too meters. l> "0 :D r 'T1 r 0 :D C/) m z m r I m c: rr z "0 c: m c C/) :::z:: m c upportThe lorida Sentinel Advertisers A quartet of Mario Forsythe, Yohan Blake, Marvin Anderson and Bolt finished in 37.90 seconds for Jamaica Gold setting a competition record. Bolt took a perfect handoff from Anderson and blazed for the final 100 meters to a raucous ovation. -"0 Bolt's dash las'ted an unof-ficial but exhilarating 8.79 m seconds. ...... CN


.,... ntcrtainmcnt Tampa-Based Rapper Ron 1s1ev out Rick Ross Confirms Diddv As New Manager Plies To Giveawav 01 Prison Healthcare Support, UJ Mortgage Pavments PLIES Rapper Plies has decided c to ble s s lucky fans with prize s t: with a contest counting down LL to his album release. The Goon Affiliated Give< away is a 25 day contest in which Plies plans on awarding one lucky fan each day for 25 w days with different prizes i= leading up to his album release. w Fans will have the opportu> nity to register to win prizes w 0 ranging from an I-Pad and w shopping spre e s to mortgag e and healthcare assistance. ::i The contest, which is m D.. z tii ..J ..J m ..J w z schedule to run from May 1st through May 25th is one way that Plies is giving back to the community and trying to raise social awareness. This giveaway will not only countdown to my fourth album release but also gives back to the community from which I am a product of, Plies said. For more information re garding how to sign up to be a participant in The Goon Affiliated Give away, log onto one of the following: www. pliesworld.com Wlll #1111.1111111 w (J) I C [ 0 ..J LL RON I S L E Y O n e of th e Kings Of R&B, Ron "Mr. Biggs'' Isley was r e l ease d f r o m pri so n afte r se rvin g 3 yea r s for tax evas i o n Sp ea kin g w ith com edia n Steve Harvey, Isley s aid 'Tm overjoyed t o b e h o m e a nd t o b e able t o d o eve rythin g that I want to do. I'm in love with this record business and I'm in love with the fans and everything and I just couldn't wait to get back to doing that. Mr. Biggs also spoke on how being behind the wall changed his life and his fami lies. "It changed me a whole lot. My wife was able to visit me like three days a week and my son so that was the great thing about it. [But I'm home now] The family is fine. My son is 3 years old and he's with me everyday. Me and him boy, Little Ronald." Isley also used his time be hind bars to speak with his fel low brothers on lockdown and performed for them as well. "Some of the people that I'm working with on this album will be Lauryn Hill, T.I., Rick Ross and Burt Bacharach. He will be mak ing his return on Mother's Day Weekend in Atlantic City on May 8th and at The Paradise DI DDY And RIC K ROSS Rick Ross i s confirmin g wha t haYc b een spec u l a tin g f o r wee k s, th a t h e's s i g n e d o n Diddy to beco m e his n e w m a n ager. Rumor s s wirl e d th a t Ross w o uld b e Diddy's n e w es t pro ject along side Young Money mistr e s s Nicki Minaj. While Minaj has yet to con firm her partnership with the B a d Boy lab e l h e 1d. Ross con firm e d th e n ews f o r him se lf. In an int e r v iew o n Lhl' U i c k ey S111ile y M o ,.nin g s how, Ross mad e it official. Whe n a s k d b y radio p r so n a lit y Head Krack if h e was ind ee d b e ing man age d und e r Diddy. H e cam e right out and s aid "Mos t d e finit ely, w e 'r e m aking a lot of big mov es. Producer Jim Jonsin Files $5001 lawsuit Auainstlil wavne LILWAYNE Jim Jonsin, the producer responsible for hits like Soulja Boy's "Kiss Me JIM.JONSIN Through The Phone" and T.I.'s "Whatever You Like", is filing a lawsuit against incar cerated rapper Lil Wayne. Jonsin, who co-wrote Wayne's triple platinum sin gle "Lollipop s ays he's owed over $500,000 in unpaid roy alties for his contribution to the song Jonsin appeared in a Manhattan Federal courtroom Tuesday representing his com pany Rebel Rock Productions to file the formal lawsuit against Wayne's Young Money imprint. According to court docu ments, Jonsin-real name Mark Schaffer, says the song has garnered more than 4 million downloads and more than $4M in ringtone sales. He therefore is entitled to at least $soo,ooo of that which he says he never recieved. Lollipop helped Lil Wayne's 'Tha Carter III" sell over 3.2 million copies and earned him a Grammy for Record Of The Year." Lil Wayne is currently serving his one y_ear prison sentence at New York's Riker's Island.


Funerals MRS. DOROTHY LOUISE WILLIAMS Homegoing cel ebration for M rs. Dorothy Louise Williams of Plant City, who was born on January 29, 1935, and who passed away Wednesday, April 21 2010, will b e h eld Saturday, May 1 2010, at 1 p m a t Bethel M issionary Baptis t Church, 804 W. Renfro Street, Plant City, Minis t e r Don Robert, officiating, Pastor Emmett Wiseman, eulogist. Interment will follow in Garden Of Peace Cemetery, Pl ant C ity, FL. Mrs. Dorothy L. Williams, was a native ofWimauma, and longtime resident of Plant C ity. S h e accepted the Lord at a n early age and was a m embe r at B ethe l M B. Church. She served the community with h e r expertise as a CNA She r etired from Community Convalescent Center. She enjoyed cooking, spending time with h e r family and friends and was a mothe r to all that knew her. She was preceded in death b y : her loving husband, James "Sugarman" Williams; and son Patrick James Williams. She leaves to cherish her memories: a loving daughter, Jeannette B. McCloud (Sylvester); a devoted son, Danny Boyd (Mary); 5 grandchildren, Nayrone Boyd (Terie) of Tampa, Bonika Bender, Kimberly Bender and Reva Graham, all of Plant City, Santia Williams of Wimauma; 6 great grandchildren, Amari, Jatabrion, Kaylise, Jakeviont, Javonte and Nicelly, all of Plant 'City; daughter-in-law, Sheila Williams of Plant City; 3 brothers-in-law, Terry Thomas, Sr., Joseph Williams, Sr. and Melvin Williams (Merlyn), all of Plant City; special niece, Roberta "Punkin" Gachette of Wimauma; goddaughter, Denise Jackson Kitchen of Plant City; and a host of other -sorrowing family and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m. on Friday, April 30, 2010, at_ Bethel M. B. Church, 804 Renfro St., Plant City, FL, 33563. --CHARLOW FUNERAL HOME Let our tamilytake care of your fBmily e are the l _-< )> "'0 J:J Ill. Antonio Onvis S t en Fr m u n Oeron Thomus, l'IITn n i Thomus, S hnnnon Thomus nnd Rob rt, Mnrqujs Thomns, T 1n s h u Maxwell, huntinrn Ma.L'\: vcl l Martel Ncnl y, Zhul'iu Thompson. Bnrbaru But) r Kt\yht Butl e r ushurn BuU r, April Anderson, Joyce Mitch II und Hnrold; La huy Willis, I m Brown, II Ki rrn Brown, T ddy Brown, Jnnnc llyn Brown Junnc Brown, Omur Burke r Shuritn Sunders, Escu e Jones, Betty Ann Jones, Timothy Jon T9mmy Jones, Tiffuny Jone Ifen ku Tyson Luch In n illi Tyson and 0 ; 73 gr nt grundki ds; ni ivi n lb on; und 2 ncph ib n Y omnn and Regina I T.homns. Mr. Chnl'lie Thomns wus bo n "11 Februury 3, 1924, in Smithv ill 5 Georgia, und wus u 'Ill d ent. of l:J Tumpa for over 75 yems. H wus a m embe r of Souls 1--lnrbOJ' C Chmc h of God. M ThomnN ulso )> served in the Unite d States Anny. z A WILSON E RVJCE" :::! www.wilson-funerulbome.com z m I Local m Man Drowns After Canoe Sinks Hillsborough County Sher iffs deputies r esponde d to Lake Ellen in northwes t Hillsborough County around 5 :24 p m Saturday after a canoe carrying two men sanlc According to reports Eric Jenkins, 32, and a friend, 47-year-old Joe Louis Andrews, Jr., were going fish ing on Lake Ellen in a canoe. After about an hour on the lake the canoe began to sink and n either man had on a lif e ERIC JENKINS I z "tJ c: aJ I u; :I: m c m < m -t c: rn c )> z c 'T1 jack e t EATH liSTS A person in a nearby boat C was able to rescue Andrews, but Jenkins disapf>eared be neath the surface of the lake. Around 6 :35 p.m., his body was found on the bottom of the lake. He was transported AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Constance Richardson Oliver Marshall, Tampa. Mrs. Annie Smith, Tampa. Mr. Harry Thomas, Jr., Tampa. Mr. John Ellis, Tampa. Mr. Freeman Conyers, Tampa. CHARLOW FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Dorothy Louise Williams. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Linda Ann "Tilman" Hankerson, 1308 W. KnoD-HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Price Brantley, Tampa. Ms. Janie Jackson, Tampa. Mr. Jacob Marion, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Annetta Austin, Tampa. Mr. Equilla Davis, Tampa. Ms. Vannicca Gregory, Tampa. Mr. Harry Rowley, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Mr. Pedro Rivera, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Renova BeD, Tampa. Mr. James Coleman, Tampa. M r Kenneth L. Harris, Tampa. to a local hospiW where be was later pronounced dead. 1 Jenkins moved to Tampa 10 months ago from Bridgeton, New Jersey. He had just started a housekeep ing job at University Community Hospital and loved. spending time with his ? week-old so n Terence. Deputies reported that Jenkins was a Navy veteran and a good swimmer but was wearing heavy work boots when he got into the canoe. Locally, Ray Williams Fu-neral Home is handling C> arrangements for his family m


0 Suspect Arrested For 001 suspect Two Men Indicted On Child ...J Backs Into C Church Burglarv Ponce cruiser Sex TraHicking barge On Sunday, Tampa P o lice 0 arrested a man on a burglary (J) U.J charge. => Officers were calle d to St. ..... .Jo hn P rogressive Church for an a larm call early Sund a y morning. The a l a r m s y s t e m was pickin g up n o i ses from inside the c hu r c h Whe n officer s a rriv e d th e y repo rt e d l y o b se rved Gerald Bolton, 40, ha l f way in a w indow o n the northwest cor n e r of the building. H e w as imm e d i at e l y a rr es t e d A cco rding t o r eco rds Bolton was a lr e ad y o n pr o bation for bur g l ary and was GERALD BOLTO!\ on inmat e r e l eased s tatu s for b a tt e r y on a l aw e nf orce m e nt officer. Brothers Stabbed Outside Convenience Store The Hillsborough County c Sheriffs Office is investig ati ng a: the s tabbings of two p eop l e LL outside a convenie nc e store Saturda y morning < The victims are broth e r s, Joseph Morant, 25, and C Eric Morant, 23. The y were ffi inside the convenience store i= when an argument began with > a group of males. ffi Deputies said the brothers > and s u spects went outside W where one of the suspects reffi portedl y sta bbed both men One of them collapsed in the parking lot and the other ran m and collapsed south of the Q. store. z The brothers were hospitalized and reports have one in ...1 serious condition and the S other in critical condition. m ...1 w z ERIC MORANT .... he and his brother were stabbed outside a store The suspects are de scri bed as Black males who w ere seen le aving in a maroon or bur gundy Chrysler. i= z w en I ( a: 0 ...1 loLl WARREN DAWSON CD ,... 1461 Taaa Park Plaza @ llallraSla Ava. & scan St. -4:., .. .:. : :::: .. .. : .. ... :::: : .. ::: :: .:: :: :: .. :. =-:::: ::-.. :: -: :-... : : ... .: f :::::-: :":: Early m o rnin g Tampa P olice a rr es t e d a man afte r h e b ac k e d into a p olice c rui ser. P olice said an offic e r h ad pull e d behind a vehicl e that was s t o pp e d at a red l i ght o n Bay-To-Bay and Manhattan For unkn own r easo n s, police said Monte Brice, 33, put the truck in r eve rse and b ega n ba cki ng up The officer reportedly hit his h orn to get him to stop. The officer r e port ed that Brice continued backward s and s truck the front bumper of his cruiser. A DUI officer responded to the scene and Brice was charged with driving under the influence. Man Accused Of Sexual IV Assaulting Victim DAVID HINES CLEARWATERClearwa ter Police det ectives in vesti gat ing a sexual battery from the weeke nd have arrested David Hines, 62, on rape charges. Det ectives said Hines gave a 41-year-old woman he met at a bar a ride about 3 a .m. Detectives also reported that Hines ma y have slippe d something into the victim s drink. Instead of giving her a ride he is alleged to have ended up with her at his home and forced her at gunpoint to strip before sexually assaulting her. Hines was arrested without incident and is being held on charges of sexual battery with a deadl y weapon and aggra v ated assaul t with a deadly weapon. MANUEL \ -\/ALCOTT LJfH On Thur sday, two m e n w e r ar r es t e d a nd l a t e r indi c t e d o n c h arges of c hild sex traffi c king, se llin g o r buying c hildr e n and c hild p o rn ograp h y Manu e l Walcott 3 1 a nd P asq u a l e Holt 24, wer e a r rest e d a nd are b e ing h eld witho ut bail in th e Pin ellas County Jail. The indictm ent h a nded up W e dn es da y reported that the two m e n forced a minor to e n -in a comm e rcial sex act in -.Januar y ::!009 The UH 'll a l s o ar c accu se d of allegedly pro clueing v i s ual cl pictio n s o n January 26, 2009 o f th e min or 's se xua l conduc t th a t were th e n u se d forint r s tat a nd for e i g n com m e r ce. Holt also faces a cha r g of po sses ion of c h ild pornogra ph y Court r ec ord s indicat both m e n plea d e d not guilty Black Man Arrested In Death 01 Supremacist Mississippi police have a 22-year-old Black man in cus tody for the death of a promi nent white supremacist that was found stabbed, beat e n and set o n fire. Vincent McGee of Rankin County, Mississippi is in police custody for the death of lawy er Richard Barrett. Police say McGee who pre viously did yar d work for the well known supremacist and lived nearby, murdered him but a motive is still unknown.-Barrett, a Vietnam War vete ran traveled the country shari ng his a nti-Black and anti -imm igration ideas and cofounded the Nat i onalist Movement a white suprema cist organization VINCENT MCGEE The war v e t was a l so re sponsible for organizing a prot est of Martin Luther King day in Jena, Louisiana where the infamous Jena 6 case took place Vincent McGee i s facing charges of murder a nd arson. Additional charge s are ex pected to be filed agains t him 2-Year-om-Fatallv Shot A 2-year-old Chicago tod dler died y esterday after being s hot in the head while s itting in the car with her family Little Cynia Cole better knoWn. as "G -Co", s u c cumbed to her injury Th1Irsday after a gunman fired a single shot into the trunk of the fam ily's vehide. Police believe the gunman, identified only as 21-year-old man with a record of guns and drugs was aiming for the girl's father who they say had ties .to a local gang. --Around 11 p.m. Co-Co, her two y ounger sisters, father and mother stopped at a local resideuce on the Southside of Chicago so the mother could pick up cigarettes. After the mother left the ve hicle, the gunman appeare soon after and fired the fatal shot that traveled through the trunk into the o ck seat and in to the child's head The girl was taken to a local hospital where she later died. The gunman has si nce himself in.


--ass I LEGAL NOTIC IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10005772 DB50 2009-1 TRUST (Plaintiff) vs. JOHNNY L. JACKSON, JR., et al. (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Johnnie Broner State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. As Subrogee C/0 John Monsanto as VP-Operations 7401 Cypress Gardens Blvd. Winter Haven, FL 33888 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description to-wit: LOT 12, BLOCK 19, ENGLEWOOD EASTERN P .ORTION, ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 4 PAGE 69, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. and you are required to serve a copy ot your written defenses, if any to it on Gary I. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiff s attorney whose address is 2191 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34237 ( ] within thi rty (30) days from the first date of publication (X] on or before the 1st day of June. 201 0. and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter ; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN (2) TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 23rd day of April. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. BROWN DEPUTY CLERK 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 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 201 0-CA-01715 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS LLC-SERIES 2009B (Plaintiff) VS. MICHAEL E HIGHSMITH, et al. (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Michael E. Highsmith Unknown Spouse of Michael E. Highsmith 4201 E. Knights Griffin Plant City, FL 33565 Tenant 1/Unknown Tenant 4201 E. Knights Griffin Plant City FL 33565 Carey F. Highsmith 4201 E. Knights Griffin Plant City, FL 33565 Tenant 11/Unknown Tenant 4201 E. Knights Griffin Plant City, FL 33565 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description, to-wit: THE EAST 277. 5 FEET OF THE WEST 1102.5 FEET OF THE SOUTHWEST 1f.l OF THE NORTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 28 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA; LESS RIGHT OF WAY FOR STATE ROAD S-582 OFF THE NORTH SIDE THEREOF. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Gary I. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiff s attorney whose address is 2191 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication. [X] on or before the 1st day of June. 2010. and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff s attorney or immediately ther eafter ; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. 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