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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:t Q -a: 0 ...I u. SEE PAGE 17 VOL. 66 NO. 57 TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Director Charged In Daycara Investigation Leasburg Ends Blake's Hopes Of State Title Progress Village Sports Complex Is Open SEE PAGE 3 SEE PAGE 14 SEE PAGE 12 AWARDS PRESENTED AT 'A NIGHT OF KINGS AND QUEENS' 'A Night of Kings And Queens Community Awards Recognition: A Celebration of the African American Culture" was held Frlday evening, Feb ruary 25, 2011, at Pepin's Hospitality Center. Several area businesses co-sponsored the event. Radio personalities Jomama Johnson. and his wife, Prophetess B. Shepard were the Master and Mistress of ceremonies. Award recipients seated left to right: James Johnson accepted the Com munity Impact Merit Award for the Florida Sentinel; Pastor Moses Brown, Th.D., of Feed Our Children Ministries received the MlK Humanitarian Award; Rev. Thomas Scott, of the Tampa City Council, received the Adam Clayton Powell Award; Ms. Evange line (Vann) Richardson Best, of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, was presented the Marcus Garvey Community Development Award and Sol Davis of Sol Davis Printing received the African American Business Merit Award. Standing, left to right, Thomas Huggins, Tameca Johnson, Julia Jackson, HEmry "Shake" Washington, Sr., recipient of the Mary Mcleod Bethune Distinguished African American Award; Jomama Johnson, Prophetess B. Shep ard and Lawrence Hires, event planner. (Photo by Julia Jackson) .

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0 Features Nl-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------:::r::: (.) a: <( :!: 0 C/) Supreme Coon Rules In Favor 01 Governor In High Speed Rail Case w ::J ..... 0 a: LL 0 z <( BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, the Florida Supreme Court ruled in favor of Governor Rick Scott in the High Speed Rail case. The ruling means that the federal government will award the $2-4 billion fo_ r the rail system to anoth er state. The Justices ruled unanimously that Governor Scott could refuse the fund ing. The lawsuit claimed that Governor Scott exceeded his constitutional authority and violated the separation of powers under the Florida Constitution. On Thursday afternoon, at 3 p.m., the Florida Supreme Court heard arguments pertaining to the lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed by Senate Democratic Leader 0 Pro Tempore Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa) and Senator Thad Altman, i: (R-Melbourne), asked the w court to order Governor [ij Scott to accept the high o speed rail funding from the w federal government by the new deadline. The petition further stated that the high rail system would provide employment for thousands of Floridians. "The issue at hand is the ability to create a state of the art railline, at no cost to the taxpayers and put peo ple to work now and in the future." "Stopping this project not only went against everything the governor promised during his campaign, it goes against his constitution
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c: c Director Charged With Neglect In oavcare Case !!:: )> BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday afternoon, the Tampa Police Department charged the director of a day care. The charge stems from a child being left in a van for sev eral hours last week. According to the Tampa Police Department, Ms. Sonja Anderson, 37, Director of the Adventure Center, 6501 N. Central Avenue was arrested and charged with child neglect Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police D epartment said, the 3yea r-old was the only child Ms. Anderson picked up around 8 a.m., last Thursday. She allegedly reached the daycare center, but left the child strapped in a car seat and locked the doors of the vim: The child was found in the hicle and still strapped in the car seat around 11 a.in She said she doesn t remember what she did after she reached the daycare. But she signed the log saying the van had been checked, and that's falsifying records; Ms. McEl-roysaid. Ms. Anderson was arrested after detectives con ferred with the State Attorney's Office. Tampa Police detectives launched their investigating into the child left in a daycare van for several hours. This was the second time the same child had been left in a vehicle in less than a month. Last week, Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department, said police responded to The Children's Adventure Center, 6501 N. Central Avenue, shortly after noon on Thursda y The call came from a Child care Licensing Inspector who discov e red that a 3-year-old was left inside a daycare van on Thursday. She stated police believe h e was left inside of the van for several hours Ms. McGregor said be ca use the case is a child neglect investigation the police department does not identify the child or the parents. The child 's mother was contacted and arrived and the child was placed in her custody after the child was checked out by fire rescue According to police, this is the second time the same child has been left in the van. Other sources identified the child as Jusean Henderson and his mother as Ms. Aun-dria Young. Ms. Young said during a tel e vision interview, They called me almost a quarter to 12 to tell me my baby was left in the van again, to come get my baby ..... Something needs to be done That daycare needs to be closed down until they find out what's going on. They do not need to have a bus license be cause they do not watch the kids, she said in the interview. Ms. Young also said she returned her child to the facil ity after the driver was fired in the first incident. Under Investigation Ms. Linda Stoller, Man ager of the Hillsborough County Childcare Licensing Program verified that this is the second time the same child has been left in a van a t the school. The first incident oc curred at the beginning of Feb ruary.2011. "We had not even com pleted the first investigation when the second started. Our first concern is to make sure that the children are safe." Ms. Stoller said Ms. Sonja Anderson is listed as the director of the facility. It is owned by a corporation of which Alex Rodriguez is the president. Ms. Stoller said Rodriguez suspended all transportation immediately at the center. Procedure For Transporting Children Ms. Stoller said the rules for transporting children are very clear. The children must oe checked on and off of the van. The driver must then do a vi sual sweep. A second person is then required to do a visual sweep ofthe van as well. "If people follow this proce dure a child will never be left on a van. This is not designed F.Y.I. as just paperwork, it could save :::0 a child's life," she said. Sanctions Against Day care Ms. Stoller said upon completion of their investiga tion, the sanctions against the center can range from correc tive actions, (which is not an option in this case), to suspen sion of license, to permanent revocation of license The Children's Adventure Center opened in 2000 and .js licensed to care for 107 chil dren. It has been transporting children for several years. The Sentinel telephoned the center and left messages, but the calls weren't returned as of press time Awake The State Rallv Planned "T1 r-0 :::0 On Tuesday, March 8th, at 5 p m., members of the commu nity are asked to assemble at Lykes Gaslight Park, 410 N. Franklin Street, downtown Tampa for the "Awake The State Rally. Rallies are planned throughout the state through-C out the day The message the l> rally hopes to send to Gover-nor Rick Scott and legislative Z leaders in that cuts planned for ::::! public schools, health caie, and ii'j cutting thousands of jobs, is un-r-. acceptable. rrm ::::! z m < m c: m en C .?< )> z c

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,.... editorials/Columns aS :I: (.) a: c( >"' < c en w :::;, 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193G-201 o (19n) 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 ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptlons-$44.D0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0Q-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Get Him, Arthenia 0 oh, the barbershops and beauty-parlors are fE buzzing, this morning! Ask Senator Arthenia c Joyner how tnany flowers she's received and well:i wishing texts and e-mails she's gotten. And what do they all say? "WAY TO GO, ARTHENIA!" C But we're getting ahead of ourselves. Mayhaps, you CJ) aren't aware of the big imbroglio up on the Seven Hills (of Tallahassee, that is) where Der Gubernator told the 1-Federal Government to kiss his grits regarding billions fj: of dollars of stimulus money for Florida High Speed W Rail construction. For, perhaps, the first time in recent iij political history, a Democrat (Senator Arthenia c Joyner) and a Republican (Senator Thad Altman) joined forces to force Slick Rick (better known as Der CJ) Gubernator) to take his "No" before the Florida ffi Supreme Court. :::;, Unfortunately, Rick wasn't the only one who was a. "slick" in Tallahassee. No doubt, he had like-minds on the Supreme Court bench who voted he had a right to w wrong. For, the Supreme Court sided with Der "G," :j and adjudicated against Joyner and Altman. Nevertheless, regardless of our disbelief in the ..J Florida Supreme Court's support of the Governor's W High Speed Rail no-go opinion, Senator Joyner, you have our gratitude. And may some l,>uilding, someZ where along a future High Speed Rail line, be named in your honor. For, the fight iS not over. c( C g The People Have Spoken Let us be first in a winding line to congratulate Tampa's recently victorious political contenders who fought a good fight and must now reap the benefits of their labor. To be more specific, we are talking about Bob Buckhorn and Rose Ferlita who defeated the perennial (most thought impregnable) former mayor Dick Greco, and who must now face other in a winnertake-all run-off; we're referring to Mike Suarez who is in a run-off with former interim Councilman Curtis Stokes; returning City Councilwoman Mary Mulhern; Yvonne Capin in a run-off with Chris Hart; Harry Cohen and Julie Jenkins who are locked in a no-holds barred run-off; Tampa's self-styled "Old-School Scholar" Charlie Miranda who returns for the umpteenth time; Charlie Perkins and Lisa Montelione (who are also in a run-off), and East Tampa's newest hero and newest City Councilman Frank Reddick. The City of Tampa has much that needs to be done. Streets need fixing; water bills are bloated; a thousand other major and minor issues plead to be looked at and -.:t decided upon, as Tampa continues to build itself as w America's Next Great City. And added to old experiCJ ence are now new eyes and new ideas about how to get If things done. S chools across the State of Florida may not admit it, but they are busy getting ready for the all im portant FCAT exam. This pe riod of time is generally a very intense time for school officials and students. But, so many have serious reserva tions about the FCAT. Many people believe the FCAT is more important than every thing else taught in schooL In order for a student to graduate from high school, they must pass the FCAT.No matter what a student's grades are, they must pass the FCAT to graduate. If that is the case, the FCAT has too much importance attached to it. What about all the other tests students take? What about the class participation, the field trips, the homework and the class projects? Shouldn t they account for something? What about a student who makes A's and B's but flunks the FCAT? It is an established fact that some students are smart, but are very poor test takers. Some students get so nervous sitting for a test that their minds draw a complete blank. That isn't all the FCAT does. Schools are graded for ef fectiveness, teachers are evaluated for effectiveness, increased pay for teachers is decided and all of this is done based upon one statewide test known as the FCAT. I am not a supporter of getting rid of the FCAT un less it is replaced by another such test. I am advocating and I am a strong believer that the FCAT should not be the sole determining factor as to Stephen D'orantes [Estevanicol: Tampa Bav And New World Explorer I n March of the year 1527, a Black man Estevanico, became the first known person born in North Mrica to have arrived in the United States and the first Black man to set foot in Tampa Bay. Known as Estevan, Estevanico (Little Stevie), Stephen the Moor, Black Stephen, Estevanico was an African explorer who was en slaved by the Spanish in 1513, at a young age. Sold into slav ery in Morocco to the Por. tuguese, Estevanico was raised as a Muslim, and was described as an "Arabized Black." Upon enslavement to Aumdres D'Orantes de Carranza, an explorer, Estevanico converted to Catholicism . Thereafter, he became known as Stephen D'Orimtes. In 1527, Estevanico and his master joined a 500 man expedition to Cuba, Hispan iola (now Haiti and the Do minican Republic) and to Florida. Charged with ex ploring the northern shore of the Gulf of Mexico, by King Ferdinand and the new governor of Florida, Panfilo de Narvaez," historians claim that in all probability, Estevanico was not the only African in the party." How ever, Estevanico was considered the first African to "shape the course of history both for people living in the New World and European newcomers." He was de scribed as a "brown, large and powerful man." On April 14, 1528, the Narvaez expedition landed in Florida in the Sarasota Bay area. Having faced many challenges including disease, inability to adapt to the weather, poor management, deaths, starvation and deser tions, the expedition party numbers dwindle to four (Estevanico, his master Andres D'Orantes and two other whites including the leader, Alvar Narvaez c abezadevaca. The four survivors were enslaved by Indian tribes, but later es caped during a crowded Indian festival. While wandering the Gulf coast for eight years, Este-' vanico and the other sur vivors pretended to be whether or not a student should graduate I do not believe the FCAT should be the single most de termining factor if a school is a failing school or not. I do not believe that the FCAT should be the sole determi nation as to whether a teacher is effective or not. Use the FCAT but don't make the test the school's boogie man. I can see the FCAT score counting for part of a stu dent, a teacher or a school's evaluation. But to be the sole factor isn't right, nor is it fair. In my opinion, the FCAT is an invaluable tool to deter mine where a student is and where they need to go on the educational ladder. Maybe the FCAT has out lived its usefulness. 1 understand that the former governor, Jeb Bush insti tuted the FCAT. I also understand that the test is purchased from a man named Noel Bush. Fruits don't fall too far from the tree . "medicine men, using the sign of the cross, Christian prayers and incantatiqns and some efforts at minor sur gery to build relationships with other Indian tribes they met along the way. Estevanico served as a mediator and guide for the group, finally leading them to the Spanish headquarters in Mexico. Once there, Estevanico was sold to Antonio de Mendoza, Viceroy of Spain (so much for Estevanico's heroism). In 1539, Estevan was chosen by Mendoza to guide an expedition led by an Italian priest, Father Marcos de Niza. Accompanied by several Indians, Estevanico scouted ahead of the ex pedition party the Arizona and New MeXico ter ritories. Once again, Estevanico use d the "medicine man' trick to establish relation ships with Indian tribes they met. The Pueblos and Zuni tribes showered Estevanico with jewelry, an
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fictures From The Fast orosco Horoscopes Today's Birthday--This y ear y o u discover new ways of finding satisfaction in the littlest things. Access your three-year-old mind of wond er a nd a mazement. L ook a t lif e throu g h new eyes. A ppr ec i a t e th e good in ot h ers. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Just b eca use money coines easy t oday, don t overspend. S ave up for l a ter. Don t forget to stop a nd ac knowl e dge imd others. This grows the team. Aries (March 21-April19)-You're in charge today, even if you don t know it. It ma y feel like a typical Monday, but you can give it Friday-style celebration. You're that powerful. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Without challenges, life would get pretty boring. If you want to sing out, sing out. If you want to be free, be free. There are a million ways to be. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Lean on your friends through diffi cult times. Make sure that the support is mutual. If one pulls .too hard, both fall. You can stand for each other Cancer (June 22-July 22) -It's okay to hide in your work. If you lack confidence, remind yourself of a brave thing that y ou ve done Can t think of one? Ask someone else. . Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-It s time to hit the narrow trails and dis cover new worlds, even if rocky. Remember to keep it in the right gear, with legs flexed to absorb the shock, and just go. . Virgo (Aug 23-Sept. 22)-Don t spend time .in dark thoughts . Be kind to yourself. Focus on what you really want for others (and your self) Oh, the possibilities! Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-It's much nicer to warm yourself by cuddling lip With a loved one and reading a good book. Catch some sunrays when you can. Scorpio (Oct.' 23-Nov. 21)-An apple a day keeps the doctor away (if y ou have good aim). Bad puns are good today Laugh out loud for best medicine. share a comed y with someone fun Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec: 21) Figure out ho w to bring play into work. You'll be rewarded It's okay to que s tion That s mor e valu a bl e than whatever answers develop. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-It 's a great da y to find your true home. Perhaps you've been there all a long and haven t noticed. Dis cove r your roots to piece together your ancestrY .. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Catch up on e-m ail a nd mail com munic a tion. If you can visit a f rie nd. A face-to-face conversation will cle ar ne w ideas and create opportunities. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-JR lays into Colby for the video she posted online; Tad convinces Jesse to be his best nian; Amanda questions Jake about what he plans to do with Cara s wedding ring. JR tells Marissa he wishes he could turn back the clock; Cara confronts Amanda for turning her into the feds; Kendall gives Cara a memento for her wedding.Amanda opens up to Agent Trumbull; Madison finds' out the sex of her baby; Ryan makes a plea to Annie : BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Donna questions Justin about Bill s peculiar behavior; Marcus defends Amber; Bill is offwhen Steffy confronts him and makes accuSations regarding the interaction between him and Amber. Donna goes to Katie about Bill's unusual actions ; Thomas asks Brooke for advice; Taylor confides in Ridge abc;mt her concerns regarding their children; Bill makes a con fession to Steffy about the details surrounding his evening with Amber. Brooke encourages Hope to allow Oliver to comfort her; Ridge fully supports the new Taboo campaign ; Taylor flips out when she hears that Thomas is planning another European trip with Brooke . DAYS OF OuR LIVES Stefano wonders if Rafe is faking hi s a m"' nesia; Melanie finally understands why Carl y gave her up at birth; im. postor Rafe fakes being tender and caring with Sami per EJ 's instructions; EJ demands that Taylor not accept Brady 's job offer. Jen. nifer pushes Carly in Daniel's direction; Daniel tells Nathan that Melanie needs space; Hope worries about her future ; Will introduces Gabi to his cousin Abigail ; Taylor lays into EJ and tells him not to b e so impressed with himself Fay arrives in Salem and tells Nicole and Taylor she has a heart condition; Jennifer takes Maggie 's advice and leaves a message for Jack ; Maggie tries to make pe ace betwe e n Victor and Brady ; Abigail learns that Chad is a DiMera GENERAL Sonny and Dante work together to get information from the BallGi.n assassin; Jason warns Michael away from a mob life because of the sacrifice the job requires ; Luke and Lucky discuss the risks of haYing a green-card marriage with Siobhan Jason and Sam get romantic in her hospital bed; Nik and Brook Lynn make love ; Liz submits a new paternity test for Aid en. Jason pushes Spinelli . to uncover yaluable information to find Brenda; Maxie is on a mission to nail Lisa ; Jason finds out that he is a character.in Spinelli's fiction novel and is not happy. . . ONE LIFE TO LIFE Ford tells James he has a plan for Tess; Todd adniit8 he's scared oflosing everyone he loves; Cristian tells Blair to be cautious of Tomas. Joey breaks into Clint's safe; Dorian tries to prove she's over David by kissing Cutter ; Gigi arrives at Rodi's to find John drinking in the mol'I!ing.Tea warns Tomas to stay away from Bhiir; Gigi lets slip to Natalie that John fired her; Joey is up front with Clint about suspicions of Eddie's murder. . . . . .. YOUNG AND m;E RESTLESS-Malcolm proposes; Chance and ... Heather a.rglie . Nikki and Victor cross paths; sparkS fly between Leslie and Neil: Abby feels regretful; Victoria proposes a: merger. Humanitarian Award: Lucretia Curr with Shirley OVerstreet arid Ada Overstreet. American Legion Post 167 members: Kay Thomas, Lena Wesley Alice Moore. Standing Mary Benjamin, Rose Jones and Mary .J. Smith. ladies the wilds-Porter Wedding: Bnndi Teede, Yvette Smith, 'LeVita Jackson, Ferlia Felder and. Tonya Rodgers. . . -(/) c s: )> ::::tJ 0 ::I: co 1\) 0 ...... ...... ., r o ::::tJ (/) m z ::! z m r llJ c r r m ::! z

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::) > a: w > w c I celebrate me. I passed the test. I'm an "A" WIW Operator. Educa tion is the key! Shouting out to Jakevion Bullock-Burnett, Marcus and David Bullock. VALERIE BULLOCK Happy Anniversarv MR. And MRS. JIMMY MCCREE (f) March 8, 2009 :r A wedding anniversary is the celebration oflove, trust, parta. nership, tolerance and tenaCity. The order varies for any given Z day. t= Happy anniversary, Baby. I love you. We're on a countdown w ..J ami, you will be home soon and I'll be here for you 'til end. ..J ffi u:t Alert: Breaking News z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J LL MRS. ROSS CD . w Happy belated birthday to :rrty legally married wife; Mrs. CJ Ross (now pass that to a friend). if From, your husband, Dale. Celebration Mother Georgia Owens Celebrates 92nd Birthdav Family and friends joined Mother Georgia Owens at the Colonnade Restaurant to celebrate her 92nd birthday. Among those who joined her for the celebration were, left to right: Mae Johnson, Leonida Owens, Miriam Mitchell, Reginald Lowe, Bernadette, Sylvia Owens, Betty Ligon, hono.ree Georgia Owens, Bettye Owens, Vivian Heyward, Sandra Brown and Alphonso Owens. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) We Salute Our Service Men And Women Three Complete Basic Training At Lackland Air Force Base Three young adults from the bay area recently com pleted basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, in Sail Antonio, Texas. They will be assigned to their next assignments and relocate to continue their service in the Air Force. Air Force :Airman MarcAnthony D. Khan is the son of Maria Khan, and Marc Rose, both of Tampa. Airman Khan graduated from Alonso High School in 2008. Air Force Airman Kiera D. Little is the daughter of National Guardsmen completes Basic Combat Training Army National Guard Pri. vates Joseph R. C:urry and Walter R. Diaz have gradu ated from basic. combat train ing at Fort Jackson, Columbia, sc:. . Private Joseph Curry is the son of David c urry, of Tampa. Private Diaz is the son of Diana Mendez, of Tampa, and a 2010 graduate ofHills borough High School. AIRMAN KIERA D. LI'ITLE : Tamico Little, Virginia Beach, Va., and Anthony Little, of Temple Terrace, she is a 2010 graduate of Landstown High School, in Graduates From. lnfantrvman Training Army PVt. Eduardo M. Diaz has graduated from the Infantryman One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga. The of BasiG Infantry Training and Advanced Indi vidual Training. is the son of Lisette and the brother. of Christina Montes, Tampa ; Pvt. Diaz graduated in 2005 from Jefferson High School. AIRMAN MARC-. ANTHONY KHAN Virginia Beach. Air Force Airman Katelen R. Prickett is the daughter of Duane Degroot, OfTampa. Armv. Privates Complete Training At Fort Jackson Army Privates Iris V. Galo, and Toni L. Gantt have graduated from basic combat training, The two offi cers completed their training at fort Jackson, Columbia, sc. Pvt. Galo is the daughter of Telma Galo; .Of Pvt: Toni L. Gantt is the daughter: of Gail and Tony Gantt, of'tampa, and she is a: 2Q()g graduate of Plant High School.

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Musicians Conference To : Feature The Clark Sisters c CJ) w ::::> .... DORINDA CLARK COLE ... Conference Organizer 0 OMJ Planning and Consulting presents Dorinda Clark a: LL Cole's 3rd Annual Regional C Singers and Musicians' Conference and Health Fairfeatur-> ing "The Clark Sisters," --c Leandria Johnson, Dur-CJ) ward Davis, Troy Sneed and . Prophetess Janet 1-Floyd. fi: Grammy award winning w gospel superstars, "The [ij Clark Sisters," Sunday Best 0 Leandria Johnson, W Sunday Best: Finalist D"urward l)avis, Stellar Award ::::::i Wirining Troy Sneed & m Pi.-ophetess Janet Floyd will headline .Dr. Dorinda z Clark Cole's 3rd Singers and i=. Musicians' Conference and Health Fair. ...1 The conference will con. vene on Friday, April1, 2011 ...1 and continue through Sunday, April 3, 2011at The Center For i= z w CJ) ct Q a: 0 ...1 LL. Manifestation, 3102 East Lake Avenue, Tampa (33610). The host pastor is Apostle Mark Jones, founder of the church. The HeaJth Fair compo nent will be even greater this year as the Temple Maintenance Ministry at Center for Manifestation led by Emerson Tillman, owner of Till man s Beauty and Barber and his wife, Leola Tlllman, Edi tor of The '-'oice tion Worldwide The Hillsborough County Health Department, National Black Nurses Tampa Bay Chapter, and Moffitt Cancer Research and other health affiliates around the county will take part in the health fair. The fiscal agent this year is Pinellas County Urban League, which is a 501 agency based in the bay area. The organization is committed to assisting individuals through advocacy, bridge building, program services and research. Thepresenting sponsor is Brig}ltHouse Networks. The conference was founded by Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole, who is a life long member of the legendary Clark Sisters and daughter of the late Dr. Moss Clark. She has held the na tional conference for 12 years. This confer ence has 3 basic components: workshops, the new artist showcase and nightly services. The national conference is. 1 week but this regional con ference will be 3 days. The Clark Sisters Will judge the new artist showcase on Friday night with the winner having an opportunity to participate in the national conference in Dr. Ada Davl'l, Facllltator STEVE MARSHALL ... Event Coordinator Detroit Saturday will be a day of health classes and seminars. There will be doctors, trained professional, and lots of give aways. In addition, there will be a plethora of music work shopsfor people of all ages and experience. Saturday night will fe&ture the Clark Sisters-, Troy Sneed and the Sunday's Best stars. The explosive finale on Sunday will feature musical talent from around the country and the speaker will be the electrifying . Prophetess Janet Floyd out of Louisiana . This conference is being coordinated by Steve Marshall, CEO of OMJ Consulting and Planning. Additional sponsors and partners include Wal-Mart, Winn bixie, WRXB 1590, The Weekly ChalleTl-ger, Ellite Graphics, Sweet Bay, and many many more. To re gister and for more informa tion you may visit www.omjeventplanning.com or 813-241-6919 or 8119. "The Cl;lurch & The Dating Game"Lady Vanessa Banks "The Church & Balancing Your Finances" Sistel_" Roth Fleming ''Issues -In The Church"Lady Victoria Klrkhind "Ministering To The Pa!!tor's Family" Prcsldeni Glorfa Murray ''The Church & The Baptist BeDel" Dea. Isaac GaUmon ''The Church /If Movfug Forward" Deaconess Patricia Ball The Family'' Sister Dalsy "Jones "The Church & Identity Theft" Sister Mary Raker "My Attitude Determines My Aptitude" Sister Jordanyne I<'ye Saturday, March 12, 2011 9:00a.m.-2:00p.m. Donation $10 How To Get The Most For Your Monev At The Pump Prices at a gas station on Gunn Highway in northern Hillsborough Gounty. BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer the sticker shock, Brady says motorists can still save at the primp. "The simplest thing is How high will it go? to spend the $30-$46 getting That's the question many are the routine ma:interiance oh asking about the continuing your vehicle, such as the oil rising cost of gas. Prices and filter change and tire ro-jumped about 30 cents higher tation." She says taking t;hose a gallon in just the past week. steps will increase a vehicle's The dr"'stic spike is blamed fuel efficiency by 10%. : She on unrest in Libya that began also says drivers can increase two weeks ago, Protestors fuel efficiency by as much as are in a fierce battle against 33% by simply driving sensi-the country's longstanding bly. "That means not speed:. leader Moamlnar Gad.hafi. ing, not driving aggressively, They are fighting to over:. accelerating quickly or com-throw the ruler, as Gadhafi's ing to abrupt stops." supporters fight back with A final tip is to ensure the airstrikes on rich oil facilities vehicle's tire pressure is or:-there. Saine 6,ooo peqple rect, not under inflated or have been killed. over inflated. Brady says Jessica Brady is the improper inflation <::an despokesperson for AAA Auto crease fuel efficiency by 3%. Club South, headquartered Experts say until there is a on Westshore Boulevard in clear picture on how the Tampa. The division over. ation in the Middle East unsees Florida, Georgia, parts of folds, it's anyone's guess how Tennessee and Puerto Rico. high retail gas prices will rise. Brady says the situation in AAA has an iPhone appliLibya is the primary reasori cation that lists the prices of for rising gas costs . "Right . gas at stations within a 2-S now crude oil is trading at $too a barrel. With those mile radius from your current prices we're looking at further location. This a:pplidttion increases." lows you to. compare gas The situation causes a prices before you. fill up. trickled down effect. Accord.. Brady says you dqn't have to ing to TampaGasPrices.com, be a AAA membertotake ad-the current price of regular vantage oftl:J.e setviceandit'. s gas across the Tampa area as free of charge. The mobile of Thursday morning ranged application is called AAA-. from $3.29 a gallori to $3:59 TripTik and can be do'wJiload a gallon. However, despite at .

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Local Funding For Florida Commission On Human Rights Mav Be Cut Members of a statewide organization that review dis crimination complaints are asking citizens to contact their elected officials about proposed cuts. According to the Communications Director of the organization, Governor Rick Scott is proposing a budget cut that would ren der the office ineffective. Ms. Leah BarberHeinz, Communications Director of the Florida Commission on Human Rights (FCHR) said, "We are writing to let you know of the drastic recommended budget cuts to Florida 's only inde pendent, state civil rights en tity the Florida Commission on Human Relations (FCHR) and ask for y our support! The Governor's budget recommendations propose a 56% reduction in FCHR's current staff (from 53 to 23 positions) and a 40% reduc tion in FCHR's annual budget, which essentially leaves the agency unable to function! Spring Preview Trip To FAMU Students who are seriously planning to attend a univer sity can join those who are taking a trip to Florida A&M University on March 26, 2011 for a 1-day trip to the campus. A slate of activities has been planned for those mak ing the trip from 8:30 a. m. to 2 p. m. in the Alfred Lawson, Jr. Multipurpose Center and Teaching Gymnasium. The students will get to tour the campus, tour department ex hibits, share in the FAMU Experience featuring Mr. and Miss FAMU, the Royal Court, the Marching 100, Presiden tial Ambassadors, Orientation Leaders and much more. Scholarships will be awarded to eligible students. Community college trans fers and high school students will get first priority. If there is still space available, middle school students can make the trip, but only if a parent ac companies that student. At the 2010 Spring Pre view, 54 scholarships were awarded totaling $1.2 million, based on ACT/SAT and GPA scores. Parents and guardians are encouraged to also be on the bus. There is a $50 cost for this trip. For more information, please email daylegreene@hotmail.com, or call (813) 732-FAMU. Road Ready Tours is the official car rier for this trip. The bus leaves at 3 a. m. and arrives back in Tampa around 8 p. m. The deadline to register is March 10th Former Mavoral Candidates Endorse Buckhorn For Mavor BOB BUCKHORN Bob Buckhorn an. nouncred on Saturday that he had received the endorsement of former candidate Thomas Scott for Mayor. Voters will decide between Buckhorn and Rose FerUta in a runoff election -pri March 22"d. The press release attribul:ed the following comments to Rev. Scott. "After much thought and prayer about. this matter, I believe in my heart that Bob Buckhorn -is the most qualified, prepared and able to Jead this City through difficult economic times. "He is a very long time REV. THOMAS SCO'IT friend of the residents of East TayP.pa and has proven time and again that he both under stands and is committed to ensuring that we prosper as a united community." Buckhorn said he has a community-oriented agenda that includes specific jobs and economic plan developed to "revive, restore, and reen ergize" Tampa's economy as well as strategies to strengthen neighborhoods. "I am both blessed with Reverend Scott's friend ship and honored by his sup port. He is a great man with great aspirations for our community, and I will not let him down," Buckhorn said. Reverend Scott has spent more than 20 years in public seivice working to make this comrimnity a better place to live and work. "My goal is to buiid on the very foundatiol). that he has laid," Buckhorn stated. On Monday, former May oral candidate, Ed Turanchik issued a press release with his endorse ment. He stated that Bob Buckhorn "was best pre pared to lead Tampa iri the second decade of the 21st cen tury." u. s. Congressman Serves As Kevnote Speaker tor Annual lecture Series U.S. CONGRESSMAN ELIJAH CUMMINGS Gamma Omicron Boule of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc., will host the 24th Annual Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lecture Series/Gamma Omicron BoUle' with its signature lecture series on Saturday, March 19th. The theme this year is "New Generation of Leaders." The event will take place at the St. Petersburg Mar riott, Clearwater, 12600 Roosevelt Blvd., and will feature a reception at 6pm and din ner at 7p.m. The keynote speaker for the evening is Maryland's Democratic leader, U. S. Con gressman Elijah E. Cummings, of Maryland's ih District. Congressman Cummings has been serv ing the State of Maryland for more than 20 years. The Boule Lecture is named in honor of Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Dr. Woodson's work entitled "The Miseducation of the. Negro," was published in 1933. It has served to influ ence generations of scholar ship in sociology, psychology, education and economics. 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,... ,... c:o Citv 01 Tampa Black Historv Program :E > The City of Tampa Black History Program was held on Feb 16, 2011 at the Tampa Convention Center. (Photos by ffi Lomax Mcintyre and BRUNSON Photography) 1..--------......,----= w 2: "The Salon Where You Arrive Ordinary And leave EXTRAORDINARY" MOIDAY& TUESDAY OILY $100!!0 $28!!P. 1901 West Sligh Avenue Tampa, FL 33604 Salon Number: 813-936 www.devmedesignsbyrenee.com .Aivin Holder attended the Black History Program. Gerard Gauthier,.Phillip Harris, Ernest Greene, FrantZly Hyppolite, Latasha Hicks and Celeste Gibbons-Peoples. Sharman Pride McRae of USF's Upward Bound Program. Martha Holley and Samantha Holley-McDonald. Jasmine Arenas.at the Black History Program .. William and Martin Robinson in attendance. Chloe,Coney, Dr. Walter L. Smith Frarik Crum. Maurice Jackson, Regina Lock DePass and Gregory Spearman. NashaiieGonzalez, Gabriele Perez, Anna Ivery Beauford, Rafael Camacho, Jennifer Chapman, all from Jennings Middle Mike Jones; Cliffette.-Williams, Jacobs, Benita McConico and Craug Smith ..

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Local ..:.r c: m ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------iw 0 Administrator savs Firing Resulted From His Absence At Funerals s: )> :0 (') :I: J1J 1\) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster fired Dr. Goliath Davis, a Sen ior Administrator with the City. He cited the firing was the result of a loss of confi dence." However, during a 2 p.m press conference, Dr. Davis said his termination came about because he did not at tend the funerals of three po lice officers killed in the line of duty In a written press release, Mayor Foster said, "As we advance this great City dur-DR. GOLIATH DAVIS ... Was fired because he attended the funeral of a man who killed 2 St. Pete police officers ing extreme budgetary times, the Mayor will take this op-MAYOR BILL FOSTER portunity to re-organize de partmental structures within the City, thereby consolidat ing Community Enrichment \vith other departments. "Housing will become a part of Leisure and Commu nity Services; Codes will go under City Development; and, the Business Assistance Center will become a divi sion of Planning & Economic Development." Dr. Davis was the Sen ior Administrator of Com munity Enrichment. "This is the first of many organizational changes being discussed as we move to cre ate greater efficiencies, while advancing the mission and goals of a city with limitless 0 .... need and limited resources. """ ... "We must notkeep doing the same things as we did in the past and expect a different result, but must re-in vent ourselves to attain a different and more positive result. Time is not on our side and there is no time like the present to take bold and positive steps to assure our continued quality of life for all residents, Mayor Foster said . However, during a 2 p m., press conference, Dr. Davis said he was be" cause he did not attend the funerals of the three slain offleers. "T1 r-0 :0 0 )> w m z Readers Share OPinions About Firing 01 Black Administrator ::! z m r-m c: r rm ::! z ., DANNY GREEN BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Wednesday, St. Pe tersburg Mayor Bill Foster fired Dr. Goliath Davis, a Senior Administrator, on his 6o1h birthday. The Mayor cited a "loss of confidence." On Friday in a news re lease, the mayor also stated that the firing came about as part of reorganization, although no other officials lost their jobs. Some readers shared their opinion about the firing and the connecting factor of Dr. Davis' absence from re cent police funerals. -Danny Green said, "As a top city administrator and former police chief, I person ally.feel that he paid his re spects to his fellow officers and their faii,lilies when he attended their Wakes. Per sonally, we do not know the HOWARD HARRIS emotional stress that he may have experienced had he attended the funerals of the law enforcement officers. "lt is my understanding that he attended a funeral of an officer that was in his academy 30 years ago. Such pain from that experience my have disturbed him in ways that we do pot know and that he does not want to disclose. I am sure that he had personal reasons for at tending Hydra Lacy's fu neral. Is it any harm in attending a funeral of the accused cop killer, even if you know the family and would like to support them during their time of loss? It's a no win situation, everyone is at a lost." Harris said, "Dr. Goliath Davis com mitted a serious offense. He was not only a top level city administrator, he BILLY WHEELER also was the ex.:police chief of St. Petersburg. The slain policemen probably once served under his command. "Thus, he should have at tended the funerals. Once that was done, attending the killer's funeral to show com passion for the killer's family would have been in order. One without the other was just plain dumb. His lack of common sense should result in his dismissal." Billy Wheeler said, "It wasn't improper for a city administrator to attend the funeral of someone who was involved in a high-profile negative incident. The police officers' funerals deservedly drew a huge attendance of government and private sup porters, and lots of media coverage as well; having one more official in place would not have made a big differ. ence. MS. PAT SPENCER "On the other hand, Dr. Davis' presence at the ac cused gunman's funeral sent a gracious message of civic support and care for the innocent family and community members who were equally affected by this tragic loss. Public officials are be holden to all of the citizens of their towns, not just those deemed 'worthy.'" Ms. Pat Spencer said, "I feel that Mayor Bill Foster has a job to perform. However, to cite "loss of con fidence" and planned rearganization as the reason for .the firing of Dr. Goliath Davis, and to say that not attending the funerals -of the slain soldiers was part of the reason do e s not express the . professionalism expected by a Mayor. "Perception is evei-ything, and this is not perceived as being in good favor or taste ... DR. SAMUEL WRIGHT, SR. Does the job description of the City Administrator re. quire that this person attend funerals? If so, were there others that did not attend, and if so, what is their pun ishment? A lot has to be done to 'heal the land.'" Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr., said, "I understaJld that the relationship had been strained for some time now, so GOliath could have seen it coming. It is not what Goliath didn't do that cost him his job; I believe it is what'he did attended the funeral of Hydra Lacy, Jr. c: m c w :I: m 0 m < m -f c: m w 0 )> z 0 "T1 :!! 0 "Iri fact, the St. Pete . Times addreSsed fact that Lacy's family gave Gofiath. acGolades for attending his_ fmieral. Nonetheless, com. munity leaders should be able to support i:ri a tragedy like this and that is G) exactly what he did! I sup. m pose it was not enough." :=:

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c; Loca C:O :I: (.) a: <( :E c a: LL. c z <( c CJ) w ::J 1-> a: w > w Progress Village's New snons Complex Opens For Business This is an aerial view of the new sports complex in Progress Village. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Saturday, county officials, community leaders, and Progress Village Little League President, Tony Parker, were at the site of the new sports complex for a ribbon cutting ceremony. The 120-acre Larry Sanders Progress Village Sports Complex, 5855 78th Street, Before we were playing at a facility that was built around the same time Progress Village opened in 1960. The kids had been waiting and on opening day, they were running and play ing. We had to settle them down for the ribbon cutting." Parker said the complex means a lot to not just Progress Village, but the entire area. kids, and we appreciate thei r interests." Parker said they are scheduled to get a combina tion community center/gym nasium with office space that will be available to the community for meetings and other activities. "We will be getting that next year." c includes four baseball dia-"The new complex has already had a plus, because our registration has gone up 30%. We 've been looking for more diversity on the team, and now we will have that." "We owe a lot of thanks to former Commissioner Kevin White, Commissioner Les Miller, and most of all City Council chair, Thomas Scott. When Rev. Scott was a Commissioner, he helped get the funds to make this possible. We owe him a debt of gratitude." monds, several batting cages, CJ) and two football fields, one :::i of them with artificial turf. m ::J ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m Parker said he's coached Little League baseball in Progress Village for19 years. "We got our first Little League team in 1968. Now three County Commissioners and over 14 years later, we uj finally have our complex. z "A big surprise for the kids is the four times a week, the Tampa Bay Storm arena team practices on the field with the artificial turf. They've done a lot with the The team played their first game at the new complex shortly after the ribbon cut ting, and were victorious. i= z--------------------------------------------------------------------w CJ) a: g LL. N ,... Law Firm Donates $15,000 To State Champion Jenerson Football T .eam Soon after they celebrated the school's first state title, the Jefferson High School athletic program realized it would cost more than expected for the team's championship rings . The Dragons claimed the Class3A State Football title in December, and the team initially needed $23,000 and wasn't sure if they be able to afford the rings. Thanks to a few organizations in Tampa, it appears the players will get their rings after all. Last Wednesday, the Winters and Yonker law firm surprised the school with a check for $15,000, and the schooJ's 3:_thletic director, Bob Morgan, said it was just enough to pay for the rings. -Along with the law firm's donation, Morgan said the school also received a donation from Fellowship of Christian Athlete s for $4,000 to add to funds the school had raised on its own. On Saturday, Jefferson had a ring ceremony at the Windham Hotel on West Shore Boulevard, and they were recognized at Steinbrenner Field before the New York Yankees' spring. game against Washington later that evening. NiUhllile Itector Thomas. "Mr. Pops." Corey and Rosetta. Party people Terrance, Lo, Mel and Treman. @ Temple 7701. tempi_, Terrace w*"1"UI!:au Tampa, 336;i1 Ages 13-211nvited Experience NeCessary, _BUt Must Be Willing To Practices held -Thursdays the 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. .' . For additional information contact Alex Kelly @ (813) 918-4822 -. .. . ...

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-t F ntertainment c: en Suge Knight Drops $1M Angela Simmons lil wavne Savs Drake Is l A K W Goes Topless For A B R T awsuit gainst anve est New BE! Magazine ener apner han Him SUGE KNIGHT vs. KANYE WEST Suge Knight and Kanye West have finally reached a settlement in an ongoing law suit filed by the Death Row head Knight filed a $1 million lawsuit against West after he was shot in the leg during a 2005 VMA Awar9-s after party where Ye was hosting. Knight also says he lost a valuable earring at the club worth $135,000 and paid over $200,000 in medical expenses because Ye failed to have adequate security. A federal judge tossed the $1 million lawsuit out in November however, a month before it was set to go to trial. The judge concluded that there was no evidence that a shooting at the party was pre dictable. Suge recently dropped an appeal he filed against the rul ing. As a result, both sides are said to have reached a confi dential agreement to settle court costs ludacris' Straits Restaurant Fails Health Inspection LUDACRIS The Atlanta restaurant, Straits which is owned by rap per Ludacris failed a lateJanuary surprise Health Inspection. With a score of 67, Straits was cited with violations from unclean nonfood contact sur faces to inadequate hand washing facilities. The rapper is reportedly fin ishing up filming for "Fast Five", another addition to the "Fast And The Furious" series. ANGELA SIMMONS Angela Simmons is grac ing the pages of the latest BE! Magazine! 'For Colored Girls', Perrv Win Big At Image Awards TYLER PERRY LOS ANGELES -Director and writer Tyler Perry was the big winner at the NAACP's Image Awards, winning top awards for his movie "For Colored Girls" and best TV com edy series trophy for "Tyler Perry's House of Payne Akonsues Talent Agencv For $150,000-AKON Singer/ songwriter Akon recently filed a lawsuit against his former booking agency American Talent Agency, al leging tlie company has booked shows without the crooner's consent and pock eted hundreds-of-thousands of dollars of performance de posit fees. The multi-platinum singer and his company Kon Live Touring Inc. filed the lawsuit (March 4) claiming break of trademark infringe ment and unjust enrichment The Konvict CEO is claim ing in the complaint that he is owed more than $750,000 in performance fees. ('") ::I: CD 1\) 0 ...... ...... DRAKE And LIL WAYNE Now that Lil Wayne is of.,. ficially back on tour, the Young Money, head is re vealing more on his YM lineup including his thoughts on his protege, Drake. According to Wayne, the Toronto emcee is more than just talented----he's a better rapper than him During an interview, Weezy revealed his thoughts saying, "The first thing I said was this kid's a superstar. I don't think you can remember, but I did some interviews back then when they were asking me about him and I said he's better than me. I can't sing I can make a song, but this kid has the actual R&B presence Then he's one of the dopest lyricists. He also added that he never imagined he would sign an artist as big as Drake, but he knew when he did he found a star. "'T1 Nicki Minai's 'Pink Fridav' Breaks New Record r-0 :::c en m z ::j z m r-Young Money emcee Nicki Minaj has broken yet another record. Minaj was credited with having the first single by a fe male emcee to top Billboard's "Rap Songs" category in over seven years with "Your Love. Following that she made Billboard history after being announced as the first female rapper to have 7 entries on the Hot 100." The record breaking streak continues for Nicki now that her Pink Friday album I?.as be come the female rap album with the most consecutive ,.------..... NICKIMINAJ m c: rrm ::j z m weeks in the Top 10. en Nicki quickly broke the ffi news on Twitters. C The Queens rapper is cur rently embarking on the I Am Still Music Tour with Lil Wayne and Rick Ross. m < m Jav-z worried About Rihanna's Health -t c: m en c-)> z c "'T1 :::c c JAY-Z And RIHANNA When Rihanna performed at the NBA All-Star Game last month, it was apparent her typically stellar vocals were a bit on the weak side, as the singer was reportedly suffer ing from a bout with bronchi tis. The singer has ,n't rea,lly taken any dowri time to deal with her health problems by easing up on her appearances, which has caused longtime mentor and friend Jay-Z to take notice. Jay-Z is worried that the 23-year-old is being over worked and that her current schedule is causing her health to deteriorate. "Rihanna's professional, works hard and stays away from drugs and al cohol, but Jay wants her to be careful." During :the Grammy Awards in February, the 'S&M' songstress fell ill with bronchi tis and laryngitis, yet still managed to perform despite the setback such sicknesses could cause her in the longrun. To help Rihanna get .her vocals back in tip-top shape, the 'ETT}pire State of Mind' rapper suggests she takes a much needed break. j! Jay-Z is concerned the C) singer will resume contact with former flame. w

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05 rts C'll co ::I: u a: <( :i: leesburg Ends Blake Memorable Season, 68-52 BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL 2011 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM BY FRED HEARNS Blake High School Senior u. Andre Smith held his head C high as he exited the :i Lakeland Civic Center Friday ?!::: afterno9n Coach -w:inston C Davis and his Yellow en Jackets had just lost a semifinal contest 68-52 to the 1-''other" Yellow Jackets from i: Leesburg. W 'Blake's magical season ru ended in front of 2,200 fans c on Florida's biggest stage at W the FHSAA' Boys Basketball ::I: en Finals. It was a disappoint-::J ing ending for a great season. Yet, Smith managed a ll. smile as a fan shook his Z hand and wished him well, ti as he heads for South ...I Carolina's Divis ion I Winthrop University in the fall. He scored 16 points uj inhis final game for Blake, Z while 6'3" junior, Brandon !z Channer added 20 points. W Channer and 6'2" defen-en -sive specialist Clarence Peterson return to Blake's squad next year, which made 0 it to the state tournament for the first time since the all-: black state tournaments ended in the late 1960s. Blake closed in 1971 and reopened in 2007. Tampa's Yellow Jackets entered the tournament ranked #1 in Florida Class 4A and took a 28-2 record into their matchup with Leesburg The Leesburg Yellow Jackets (28-4) won the 4A state championship Saturday afternoon with a 66-58 win over Ft. Lauderdale's Cardinal Gibbons. Leesburg 6'3" point guard Joe Toolie who drove around Blake's defense time and time again Friday also made the dif ference in the championship game against Gibbons. Leesburg Coach Marcel Thomas got it done with a team that should enter next year ranked #1 in 4A, with five of his top seven players returning. In Friday's semi-final game, Blake got off to the better start of the two teams took a 9:-5 lead at the end of the first period. But Coach Davis' squad missed several chances in the second period to increase the lead: Leesburg got its running game going, tying the score at 11-11 and again af 16-16 Leesburg took its first lead at16-18 with 3:4sleft in the first half, prompting the Tampa students to hold up a Blake High banner during a time out and begin the "Blake, Blake, Blake" chant IHou;-;: Monday Saturda y ----__I NOW COOKING THURSDAY 3608 N.1Sth(comer0flake) 813.247 that has become so familiar. Leesburg led 29-21 at half time. Smith's three-pointer tied the score at 35-35 with 2:55 left in the third period, but Leesburg took a 41-38 lead and momentum into the fourth period. Four minutes later, Leesburg led 53-43. The Polk County Jackets outscored Blake 27-14 in the fourth period, as Smith and Channer's usually deadly three-point shots weren't falling as they had Feb. 26 in Blake's 74-65 regional win at Ft. Myers l'ligh School. Blake seniors Quintin Brewer (6'7"), Xavier Alston (6'5") and Curtis Fountain (6'2) were outrebounded by the smaller Leesburg front line as victory slipped away from the team that had brought life and hope of a championship back to Tampa basketball fans. Tampa Catholic and Tampa Prep also fell in their semi-final games in Lakeland . But to thousands of African Americans and other Blake supporters, Friday was about what this Blake team did for us all. Coach Davis inspired thousands of people through his determination to stand by these young men, in spite of having a brain tumor removed early in the season. Assistant Coaches Charles Smith and Marlin Stewart showed what team work is all about. And we all are better people for having seen the dediCation and hard work of state tournament players Smith, Channer, Fountain, Brewer, Alston, Peterson, Joe Morris, Wendell Harris, D'Sbea Williams and Chris Thompson. It's true -"We can because we think. we can!" Ex-NY Giants Star Burress To leave Prison In June NEW YORK -Former New York Giants Super Bowl star Plaxico Burress is to get out of prison in ,June, after officials agreed Friday to shave about three months off his time behind bars in a gun case. A committee of prison-system staffers decided Burress was eligible for time off for good behavior, so he can be freed after ing about 21 months of his two-year sentence, system spokeswoman Linda Foglia said. With Burress' release date now set for June 6, his agent and lawyer said he's looking to return to football -and a number of teams. are looking at him "He's counting the hours," lawyer Peter M. Frankel said. "He's extremely posi tive." NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has ruled that Burress would be reinstat-PLAXICO BURRESS ed and eligible to sign with a team upon completing his sentence. While the league and players are locked in negotiations that have cast a shadow of uncertainty over the sport's next season, Frankel and Burress agent Drew Rosenhaus said several teams had interest' in the receiver. "The future is very bright for Plaxico," Rosenhaus said in an e-mail. Vick, Eagles Mates Plan To Work Out On Their Own ATLANTIC CITY, NJ -Michael Vick is making plans to get ready for season despite the NFL's labor situation. The Philadelphia Eagles' Pro Bowl quarterback says he'll work out with some of his teammates on their own if there's a lockout. The league and. the players'. union agreed Friday on a seven-dayextension of the collective bargaining agree:. ment. "Wherever we agree to be collectively. It may be Florida, it may be Hawaii. We'll get our work in," Vick said: "Being on. the same page, timing, \vhich is very important. I think everybody has to be on one accord, a)l thinking same: Practice and filni study are impor.: tant, but just familiarizing-. ourselves With each other, that's going to be big for us." Vick was in Atlantic City to receive the Maxwel1 MICHAELVICK Award for qutstanding pro. fessional p1layer. Eagles coach Andy als(? was to be honored --as the out-. stariding c oach in a: .Friday night ceremony. Vick, who signed a one. With the Eagles after beiilg designated the franchise player,.-said a longdeal hasn't bee!{ dis-: cussed yet; However, it's -. likely that would happ-en : once the new CBA is agreed . \ . upon.

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LeBron To Donate 1,000 Computers Nationwide LEBRON JAMES Olivia Vigil, n ; will have quite the story to tell people when she gets older: she got to play computer garries with superstar Miami Heat player LeBron James. Walking into a room filled with kids screaming from excitement, James donated 59 new computers to the Northwest Girls and Boys Club in Miami. The donation is part of a partnership between the LeBron James Family Foundatiqn and Hewlett Packard to donate 1000 computers to Boys and Girls Clubs all across the country. I can remember [when] I was injunior high school or elementary. Not even a pro f e ssional athlete, but if a nybody would have came in and donated 1000 computers to our school we would have been so excited, we would have never forgot that moment," James said. "To be able to do that for these kids its some thing they won t ever forget. ''I'm humbled [that] I'm in a position to do this. James donated more than just new computers. The Club also got a makeover complete : with a new media, art and game room with a Foosball table. One student even won a room makeover from a ran dom drawing. "I really appreciate how the game room looks the movie room, and I don t know what the art room looks like but I think it's going to be a very nice room," Vigil said. I would say thank you very much and give him a big hug." BYU Basketball Star Suspended For Having Sex BRANDON DAVIES Sop'homore forward, Brandon Davies, is averag ing 11. points and 6 rebou"nds for BYU's highly ranked bas. ketball team. When the word got out that he was suspended, rumors began to fly and suspicions of drug vioiations, conduct or academics were all named as possible reasons. Brandon, however had sex with his girlfriend and told his team and school officials on Monday. At Brigham Young University, th'e students make a commitment to abstain from things like alcohol, coffee, tea and most importantly, pre-marital sex. The Mormon school has an Honor Code that demands regular church attendance and places their values higher than a basketball tournament appearance. Though coach David Rose said he was surprised and he believes the suspension that will stop Davies from participating in any more games this season will be lifted, he does stand behind the decis ion Smith, 2 Others Cllarged In 2008 Killing LOS ANGE . LES __; Former 0 a klan d .Raider Ant h o n y w a Y n e S .m i t h ANTHONY appeared in w. SMITH court Friday to face a murder charge in the 2oo8 beating and shoot ing death of a man in north er:n Los Angeles County. authorities said. . Smith, 43, of Fontana, who pl(!.yed defensive ehd for the in Los Ahgeles . .,. . and Oakland from 1991 to. 1998, is one of three men charged in the killing. Sniith was a.rrested and was being held on $1 million bail. MaiuiiJ.a Ponce, 31, was beaten and shot. several times on Oct. 7, 2008 in Lancaster ; and his body was dumped near the Antelope Valley poppy fields some 11 miles away. After a Sheriff's I>epart. ment investigation of more than two years, a felony complaint naming Smith was filed. Lawrence Tavlor To Media: SkiP Child Suppon Case LAWRENCE TAYLOR HACKENSACK, NJ Former NFL star Lawrence Taylor is in a New Jersey courtroom Friday to try to keep the media out of a dispute between him and a woman who bore his child. An attorney for the former New York Giants linebacker is seeking to bar reporters from future hearings in the child support case involving Taylor and Ebony Washington. Attorney James Key says in court papers that Taylor isn't behind on pay ments. Key says the dispute is over Taylor's attempt to reduce his payments In January, Taylor was sentenced to six years' probation after he admitted paying a 16-year-old runaway for sex. Taylor led the New York Giants to Super Bowl titles in 1987 and 1991. Bears Restructure Peppers' contract JULIUS PEPPERS CHICAGO _:_ The Chicago Bears have restructured Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers' contract to create more salary-cap room for next season Peppers signed a six-year deal worth potentially $91.5 million a year ago, was due a $10.5 million roster bonus for next season. Instead, the team exercised its right to convert that m oney into a signing bonus and prorate it over the remaining years of his contract, which runs through the 2015 season That saves roughly $8 million.in cap sp.ace for next. season, giving the Bears more room to bring in free agents and retain their own. BEAUTY UNLIMITED MILA Another beautiful day has been graced to us, just as this week's beauty Unlimited feature, Mila. This very special young lady enjoys being the object of attention, and has no problem standing in front of the camera. 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<( c en w :::> I-MR. CLINTON JOHNSON, JR. 'CLINT' Homegoing services for Mr. Clinton Johnson, Jr. "Clint," of 7009 Sandhurst Dr., who passed awayFriday, March 4, 2011, will be held on Saturday, March 12, 2011, at 3 p. m. at St. Paul New Life Outreach, Waycross, Georgia. Interment will be in a local cemetery in Waycross, Georgia. He attended Light of the World Deliverance Church, 4701 N. 15th Street, Apostle Johnny Jones, pastor. :;;: Clinton was born December C 19, 1968, in Waycross, Georgia, a: to the late Clinton and Virginia u.. Johnson. C He was a resident of Tampa z and worked for over 8 years for <( Graybar Electric Company. Clinton enjoyed laughing ..... with family and friends. He alC ways had a smile on his face and ffi loved to communicate with his :::> friends on the computer. He 1-loved caring for and spending > time with his family pet dogs. a: Clinton was preceded in w death by: his parents; and sisGj ter, Angelia Baker Johnson. He leaves to cherish his C memories: brother, Kelvin .Johnson; sister, Renee PeterCJ) son and husband, Michael Pe:::J terson; brother-in-law, Otis D Baker; aunts, Sylvia Hill, Joan :::> Hill, Velma Gottie and Sarah C. Floyd; uncles, William Johnson z and Curtis Johnson; nieces, j:: Letitia Baker, Michaela PeterW son, Mariah Peterson, Shemyra :J Monroe, Jakayla Peterson and :::> Angel Baker; nephew, Shelum miel Monroe, Jr.; cousins, ..I Danta Johnson, Eric Johnson, w Ben Gottie, Felicia Floyd z Brown, Karen Hill Anderson, j:: Allen Hill, Nikki Rodgers, Ann z Floyd, Jackie Hill, Michael GotW tie and Andy Floyd; friends, en Marion Smith (BeBe), Gary and <1: Ellen Jackson and Nicole; exC wife, Cassandra Dumas; special a: friend, Deborah Smith; and a 0 host of other sorrowing relaLi tives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Thursday, March 10, 2011, from 4-7 p. m. The family will receive friends from s-6 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. ROSE M.HARRIS Homegoing service of Mrs. Rose M. Harris of Charlotte, North Carolina, who passed away there on Monday, February 28, 2011, will be held Friday, March 11, 2011, at 10 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Overseer M. W. Michael Brown, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She leaves to cherish memories of her with: 3 sons, Richard Harris and Donald Harris, both of Los Angeles, CA and Raymond Harris, Jr. of Charlotte, NC; 2 daughters, Deborah Harris and Stephanie Harris, both of Charlotte, NC; 11 grandchildren, Richard Harris, Jr. of Boston, MA, Theresa Kirk and husband, Bill of Riverside, CA, Nakaze Harris of Las Vegas, NV, Nicolas Harris of Los Angeles, CA Tahara Owens, Jazmin Clark-Harris and Iyana Allen Harris, both of Charlotte, NC, Takiyah Harris, Akilah Harris, Adika Harris and Mandisa Harris of Los Angeles, CA; 7 great grandchildren, Nicole Germain, James Kirk, Keon Harris, Tamera Harris, Nia Owens, Jada Owens and Briana Harris; riephew, Greg Gregory; nieces, Tracy Henderson (Keith), Nikki Barnes, Tanya C. Cole-Harris, Francine Cole, Setura, Karrin, Pat, Alex and Tana; .brother-inlaw, William Harris; sister-inlaw, Ann Gregory; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. A native of Ft. Myers, FL, Mrs. Harris resided in the Tampa Bay area for over 27 years. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Middle-. ton High School, Class of 1941. She later married Raymond H. Harris and relocated to Boston, MA, where she resided for 45 years. Mrs. Harris retu.rned to Tampa after retirement where she spent 24 years and then relocated to Charlotte, NC, where she resided for the past 5 years until her demise. The remains will repose Thursday, March 10,2011, from s-8 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home and the family will receive friends in the chapel from s-6p. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home on day at approxinlately 9:45a.m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM GREG PARKS are special a_nd are you. Happy birthday my son. M1ssmg you always, thmking of you every day and loving you forever. Love, mom, sister, brother, family and friends. CORRECTION ME'RUCLE L. ROBLEY-OWENS The funeral notice for Me'rucle L. Hobley-Owens on February 22, 2011, had the following nanies misspelled. Her grandfather, the late Mr. Aubrey L. Owens, Sr.; her grandmother, Mrs. Lorna L. Owens; and her uncle, Mr. Aubrey L. Owens, Jr. IN MEMORY OF WILLIE (SHEP) SHEPHERD January 10,1949-March 6 1991 Twenty years ago, God called you home. We miss you, but we know you are looking down from heaven watching over us. Wife, Olivia; daughter, Frances; grandchildren, Olivia, De'Shea and KeShawn; great grandson, Jaden; and the Baker and Morris families. IN LOVING MEMORY It has been sixteen years since the Lord called you to be with Him iii paradise. We miss you, love you and will always cherish you. Your husband, Vincent Gooden; brother, Hillsborough County Commissioner Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr. and wife, Tampa City Councilwoman Gwendolyn "Gwen" Miller; sister, Barbara Turner and husband, Albert; niece, .Le'jean Harper and husband, Thomas, Sr.; nephew, Lesley Miller, III and wife, Dr. Alyndria; grandnephews, Thomas Harper, Jr., Lesley Miller, IV, and Kameron Miller; grandniece, Tempestt Harper; the Gooden and Miller families; and other relatives and friends. ANNIE MAE WILLIAMS September 24, 1942 -March 8 1995 National Mississippi Mother Kills Son In Oven A Mississippi mother is being charged with the murder of her 3-year-old son after the body of young Tristan Robinson was found in her electric oven. It is unclear whether the s on of Terrie A. Robinson w a s killed before being placed in the oven, but he did suffer some head trauma and his body was still warm according to authori ties . Bishop long Cuts Salaries And Eliminates Stan BISHOP EDDIE LONG The drama continues for Hiship Eddie Long as its been reported that his New Birth Missionary Baptist Church has laid off two-full tini.e employees and will be reducing salaries by 10% The church also initiated a pilot program" trimming the work week down from 5 to 4 da ys. New Birth released a state ment saying Like numerous other churches and charitable organ izatio ns across Georgia and the rest of the country, New Birth and its faith community have been impacted by the nation wide downturn in the econ omy. However it remains unclear whether Long's salary will be affected. The statement read that Long's compensation is deter:. mined by an independent board, "in conjunction with advice and counsel of New Birth's CP & and tax advisers, all in ac cordance with IRS reguhi.tions. W..n ....... FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com

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Crime Two Former Buccaneer Plavers Arrested JERRAMYSTEVENS ... Charged with Battery Two former Tampa Bay Buccanee r pla y ers were t a ken into custod y in separate inci dents. One was charged with driving under the influence and the other with battery. On Thursday evening, Tampa Police responded to the 5200 block of W. Tyson and took J err amy Ryan Stevens into custody. Stevens, 31, was charged with 1 count of felony battery and 1 count of battery According to police, Stevens was at Duke's Bar, 5210 W. Tyson Avenue, when he reportedly became unruly and refused to leave. Bouncers William Russell, 23, and 35-year-old Vincent Jordan attempted to escort him out of the establishment. At some point, Stevens allegedly became violent and punched both bouncers. Jordan was struck in the face and suffered a possible broken jaw during the strug gle to detain him until police arrived. Jordan was transported to Tampa General Hospital for treatment. Russell received minor injuries. Stevens was also struck in the face during the struggle and suffered soreness and swelling, police SHELTON QUARLES ... Charged with DUI Stevens is a former tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was released from jail on a $2,500 bond In an unrelated incident, Tampa Police reportedly .observed a black Audi travel ing at approximately 79 miles per hour in a 55 mile per hour zone, without its headlights on. The officers pulled the vehicle over on I -275 northbound at Ashley, and reportedly noticed the driver had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath. His eyes were also bloodshot, police said. The officers called a DUI unit and an investigation was conducted. The driver is alleged to have performed field sobriety exercises and allegedly showed additional evidence of impairment. When requested, he refused to submit to a breath test, police said. The driver, identified as 39year-old Shelton. Quarles, was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Orient Road Jail. His bond was set at $sao. A former Pro Bowl linebacker, Quarles was recently promoted to Coordinator of Pro Scouting for the Tampa . Bay Buccaneers. WARREN DAWSON . 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hmng of a lav. 1er IS important dec1510n should not be based solely upon advertisements Before \OU dec1de ask us to send )OU FREE l'lfltten rnformat1on about quallflcJtlons exper1ence' woman's Bodv Found In Apanment Fire ST. PETERSBURG On Sund ay aft e rnoon, fir efig ht e rs wer e working to put out a fire whe n they found a womanis body in the second floor of the Broadwate r Apartments. According to police the fire was confined to the interior of apartment 10, and while extinguishing the fire crews found the body r Arson and homicide detec tives are investigating the incident and say the woman's d eath appears to be suspicious The medical examiner will provide the woman's exact cause of death. Police said they are waiting for a report from the medical examiner before releasing the woman's name. Man Arrested For Attempted Murder ERROL JONES LAKELANDA warrant was issued for the arrest of Errol Jones, 28, for attempted murder. Jones is suspected of being involved in a shooting that occurred August 26, 2010. Police said in the shooting; a grotip of five people were driving towards the I-4 ramp heading towards Tampa when a vehi cle pulled up next to them and fired shots. A passenger in the front seat of the vehicle, Jaleesa Munford, 21, was shot. The driver of the vehicle, Shontia Fleming, 29, was unable to maneuver the car to turn it around, a:nd she headed for the hospital. A warrant was issued for Jones on charges of attempted murder, discharging a firearm il)to a vehiCle within 1,000 feet of a person, and 3 counts of aggravated assault. On March 3rd, Jones was arrested by a Florida Highway Patrol Trooper. Man Taken Into Custodv In Robles Area Murder MICHAEL SMITH AYUSO On Monday afternoon, the Tampa Police Homicide detectives took a man into custody in connection with a shooting death Sunday evening. The shooting took place at the intersection of Kentucky and Flodda Avenue. According to police, a white Honda Accord, mid-90s model, pulled into the parking lot of a business at Kentucky Avenue and Florida Avenue. Police said a passenger -in the Honda got out of the vehicle, walked to Michael Smith Ayuso's vehicle, and spoke to him in his car before shooting him several times. Smith Ayuso, 39, was pronounced dead at the scene. The shooter then fled in the waiting Honda Accord. Surveillance cameras at a nearby business ca,ptured This man was arrested Monday in connection with the death of Michael Smith Ayuso. images of the suspect getting out of the Honda before the crime, then re-,entering the car after the s110oting. Detectives said the suspect intentionally targeted Ayuso. They released a description of the suspect as .either a Black or Hispanic male, medium build, unknoWn age, and With pos sible facial The suspect vehicle is reported to have dark tinted windows, with the rear brake-lights customiZed instead of red. On Monday afternoon, police were in the area where the shooting had taken place. They took ail unidentified suspect into custody and transported him to the police department for further investigation . . The identityoftheman or . charges, if any had not been released at press time. The investigation is continuing . suspect Charged With Aggravated Assault LAKELAND On March 1st, Lakeland Police responded to Wally's, 1136 East Main Street, on a call of a disturbance Witnesses told police Roderick Levon Armstrong, 23; was causing a disturbance inside the bar. The bar manager, Edward Khidirian, 55 reportedly asked Armstrong to leave and he became hostile. Armstrong reportedly left the bar, went to a vehicle, .pulled out a fl.rearm, arid began waving it around at people while threatening. to He tben.put the gun back iri the vehicle. RODERICK ARMSTRONG Police arrived a:nd were able .to arrest Armstrong, and charged hiin with aggra vated assault. with a deadly weapon. UNCLE SANDY lJ 6 )> en m z ::! z m r m c: r r z .... Before you start giving advice 5; 9, t, 14; make sure C) you 19, 22, 25 29 are .also willing '33. 35, 39, 40 to accept advice 42, 44, 49, 51.

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,... ,... 0 C\1 rti J: (.) a: <( :E >"' <( c (/) w :::) 1-c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w :::) 1-i:i: w > w c w J: (f) :::i m :::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ...J LL. .co ,... II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Case No.: 2009-CA-003255 Division #: K RF Section II CITIMORTGAGE, INC (Plaintiff) vs. VICTORIA LLOYD; Unknown Parties In Possession #1 ;Unknown Parties In Possession #2; If Living, And All Unknown Parties Claiming By, Through, Under And Against The Above Named Defendant(s) Who Are Not Known To Be Dead Or Alive, Whether Said Unknown Parties May Claim An Interest As Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Or Other Claimants Defendant(s) AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order rescheduling foreclosure sale dated February 21, 2011 entered in Civil Case No. 2009-CA-003255 of the Circuit Court of the 13th Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein CitiMortgage Inc. Plaintiff and Victoria Lloyd are Defendant(s), I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor of the George E Edgecomb Building Room 201/202 located at 800 E. Twiggs Street in Tampa, Florida, at 10:00 A.M., April 4, 2011, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, towit: LOT 14, PLEASANT ESTATES FIRST ADDITION, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 36, PAGE 38, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANY PERSON CLAIMING A.N INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,. OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. 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) 955-8nO. Dated this 23rd day of February. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09 028480 Division #: D LANSDOWNE MORTGAGE FUNDING, a Florida Limited Liability Company (Plaintiff) vs. DARRELL PFIFFNER, Individually ROBERTA ZARNOCH AS WIFE flk/a JOHN DOE, Individually, ROBERTA ZARNOCH f/kla JANE DOE, Individually Defendant( s) NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE BY THE CLERK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Final Judgment entered in the above styled cause now pending in said Court, that I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, at the George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs Street, 2nd Floor Rooms 201/202 Hillsborough, Florida 33602 at 10:00 A.M., on April 11, 2011 the following property LOT 180, SOUTH WILMA; ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 19, PAGE 11, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH THE NORTH 1f2 OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON. Property address: 1506 W. Broad Street Tampa, FL 33604 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. 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 1st day of March. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sf GLENDALY MARTINEZ o EPUTY CLERK II II INVITATION TO BID Beach Construction is soliciting bids for bid ITB-C-0111-0-011/MK, Dale Mabry AWTP Filter Feed Screw Pump Rehab.". DM/DWBEs are encouraged to bid this job. Please call 352-335-5556 or fax 352-335-5665 to request more information regarding the scope of work and for assistance obtaining and specs EMPLOYMENT Manicurist Needed Must Have Cred entials call (813) 956-8872 Tampa Salon Seeking Licensed Professional Hair Stylist Please Call (813) 369-4950 Now Hiring Sales Representatives To Sell Merchant Services To Bl.i$inesses Commission Only Call (813) 409-8395 Pre-School Teacher Wanted MUST Have 40-Hours Looking To Hire Immediately! Eniaif Resume To -. mbishop3331 . Looking For Experie'"'ced Lawn Care Worker Mu$t Pass Backwound Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 II

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-t c m en 1.!;;;;;;;11 II FOR RENT II s: :c C') Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00 A.M., March 25, 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa to hear the following requests Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Man a gement Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/ her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-0226-TNC, Yuslaby Sanabril requesting a Variance to the fence/setback requirements for property located at 8525 Robin Hood Dr., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 11-0255-RV, Debra D. Clark requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 11111 Stafford Ln., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 11-0265-EGL, Miriam T. Roig-Mendez requesting a Variance to the setback requirem e nts for property l oca ted at 3003 W. Clinton St., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 11-0274-NWH, Gregory S Clontz requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 10707 Dalton Ave. zoned PD. Petition VAR 11-0275-USF, Mary Hamilton Hile requesting a Variance to the parking requirements for property located at 15002 Livingston Ave., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 11-0276-BR, Capri Development FLA, LLC requesting a Variance to allow order box within 200' of residentially zoned property for property located at NW cnr of Hoover St. & Bloomingdale Ave., zoned CN Petition VAR International Independent Showmen's Museum Corp. Inc. requesting a Variance to the fencing for property located at 6938 Riverview Dr., zoned PD. Petition VAR 11-0281"BR, Brandon Crossing LLC requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 10057 E. Adamo Dr., zoned Cl. Petition VAR 11-0282-BR, Regency Centers LLP requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 2496 W. Brandon Blvd., zoned PD. Surveyor Tampa Bay Water, Florida's largest wholesale water supplier, is seeking a qualified candidate to perform professional work developing and maintaining survey data collection programs, directing one or more survey parties engaged in surveying the earth's surface to determine precise location and measurements of points, elevations, lines, areas and contours for construction, mapmaking, land division titles, or other purposes: Researches previous survey evidence maps deeds, physical evidence, and other records to obtain data needed for surveys Position will be based at the agency s Cypress Creek Operations Center in Land 0' Lakes. Extensive travel throughout Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties to perform survey work is required Ideal candidate should nave a Bachelor s Degree with a major in surveying 5 years experience as a professional surveyor, or an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience, and must be licensed by the State of Florida as a professional surveyor. App l icant must be a U.S. Citizen or authorized to work in the U.S. Please send a resume and cover letter to Tampa Bay Water Attn: Human Resources Dept., 2575 Enterprise Rd. Clearwater, FL 33763. EOE/VP Applications will be accepted until March 25, 2011. To download an application please visit our Website at www.tampabaywater org Resumes without applications will not be considered. Hydrologic Technician Tampa Bay Water a Regional Water Supply Authority Florida s largest water wholesaler, is seek ing a Hydrologic Technician This is a career-oriented position performing technical work in the field of hydrological monitoring in both urban as well as remote rural settings. The work involves the installation and maintenance of equipment at hydrologic and meteorologic monitoring stations throughout Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties The position will be assigned to work out of the Tampa Bay Water Cypress Creek Facility located in Land 0 Lakes, Fl. Qualified applicants can obtain more information and download an application on-line at: http://www tampabaywater.org. U S citizenship or legal authorization to work in the United States is required. Applications accepted until April 1, 2011. Salary commensurate with experience. 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