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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q -a: Q ....1 u.. SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 66 NO. 67 TUESDAY, APRIL 12,2011 24 PAGES 75 Group To Host Childhood Obesity Forum SEE PAGE 2 Tampa Native And UPS Exec. Meat President Obama Founder Of Woman Of Zion Steps Down SEE PAGE 6 . SEE PAGE 9 TAU PI CHAPTER ZETA PHI BETA SORORITY, INC. CROWNS MISS BLUE REVUE The Sensational Seniors and Blue Revue annual pageant of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Tau Pi Zeta Chapter, was held on March 26, 2011 at the College Hill Conference Center. The Sensational Seniors Program recognizes a non-degreed woman who has made an impact on the lives of young people. The Blue Revue pageant is the scholarship event of the youth group. The Miss Blue Revue contestants are: left to right, Cornelia McCiennan, Ionia Knott, 2010 Miss Blue Revue; Ny'a Crum (seated), 2011 Miss Blue Revue; Jessica Clark and A'Sherah Mills. Marlene York-Monroe is the President. (Photo by Treasured Moments Sylvester Harris) 7 1

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Features N New Book Teaches How To Profit In Current Housing Market BYTAMECAJOHNSON 0 Freelance Writer en W D es pit e what y ou 've heard about th e state of our current housin g market, re a l est a t e ex perts say these are the best of time s a nd the y sa y a new book the y've written can prov e it. The book How to Buy Ame rican Real E s tate is a step by step guide on how to not only buy property, but how to profit from it in our current housing market The book is written by Tamp a resident and real estate investor Kenny Rushing and co-authored by 28 other real es tate enthusiasts. It's m y pas sion to educate people on how to buy real estate," says Rushing. "Unfortunately, people feel that right now is not a good time to buy, but right now is the best time in decades to buy real estate at rock bottom prices." Rushing says readers will receive numerous tips, include ing how to get started in real esft tate without cash or credit, how c to buy foreclosed homes and Z how to make money on short <( sale deals. Rushing spent years in the C Tampa community educating f:3 residents on the benefits of ::;) owning and selling real estate. He's held free bustours and real a: estate education seminars and Robert Rushing, Kenny' s cousin, at the kiosk at University Square Mall. fee ls his book is just an exten sion of what he 's alread y done "If this book was at Barne s and Nobles it would cost about $6o.oo." Rushing is giving the book away for free. He's set up kiosks at University Square and Westshore Malls. "All peo ple have to do is show up and claim their free digital e-Book copy." Other kiosks will open over the next few weeks at Brandon, Citrus Park and Tyrone Square Malls. They will remain open for the remainder of the year, with new books offered free of charge every quarter. The next book goes up for grabs in Au gust. For more information, log on to www.buyamericanrealestatetour net. Tampa Links To Host Town Hall Forum On Childhood Obesitv A panel of national and local health experts ph y sici a n s and educator s will share their thoughts about the c a us e s of and remedie s for obese children and adolescents at a town hall forum o n childhood obesit y pre v ention a t 7 p.m on Friday April15 at the Glazer Children s Museum, 110 W Gasparilla Plaza. The event is sponsored by members of the Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated and their community partners Boys & Girls Clubs, Children's Board of Hillsborough County, General Mills HealthyState.org, Publix and theW. K. Kellogg Foundation. The Links, Inc Area Director Mary F. Currie, who has called childhood obesity one of the most critical health pro blems affecting thousands of cliildren, will attend Friday's event. Doretha Edgeco.mb, chairperson of the Hillsborough County Public School Board, is one of the panelists. The Tampa Chapter was one of seven chapters from the Southern Area of The Links to PATRICIA MILES ... Chair, National Trends And Services receive a grant to implement a childhood obesity prevention curriculum to address the un derlying causes of childhood obesity. Since January, the organi zation has collaborated with local health professionals to de liver a health and fitness cur riculum to third and fourth-grade students at St. Peter Claver Catholic School, a historically African-American institution. Patricia E. Miles, chair person of the Tampa chapter s National Trends and Services committee, said "the forum will address the issue of childhood DORETHA EDGECOMB .. Chair, Hillsborough County School Board with a larger audience." "Childhood obesity is a seri ous health concern for children and adolescents in our commu nity," she said "Statistics from the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services estimate that African-American children were 30 percent as likely to be overweight than non-Hispanic whites Miles said the panel will address these statistics and in troduce healthy lifestyle habits, including healthy eating and physical activity, which can lower the risk of becoming obese and developing diseases. w > w c w :I: en ::::i co ::;) ll. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ----*** SPECIAL *** ----"""" : Routine Simple Extractions -$99 +Xray I Same Day Service. I -------------------------------------Surgical Extractions-$199 +Xray Same Day Service. ------_____________ .... Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 The Head Start Program is now enrolling County new applicants . into their child care program! In aa:ordance with the Americans with Disabilities Pd. this agenc.y does not discriminate based on disability. 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 (551, TANF or SUbsidized Child Care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic. impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/language, or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally for Head Start: Have a child who will be 3 years old before September 1, 2011. . Additionally for Early Head Start: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Pa.-ent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 8oaJul. o/ eo.,ldtlitNwiJ,

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Features Suspect Rams Police Cars, Breaks OHicer's Hand During Drug Arrest A 41-year-old Tampa man is held without bond, at the Hillsborough County Jail on several charges. The charges stem from an alleged drug sale that resulted in the ramming of police cars a high-speed chase, and a police officer's hand being broken. According to police, the in cident that landed Derrick Hankerson in jail began on Saturday night in the parking lot at N Grady Avenue and E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd. Un dercover Tampa police officers attempted to arrest Hankerson after he allegedly sold them narcotics. Ms. Laura McElroy, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said that after the transaction was com pleted, police vehicles began to block Hankerson's exit from the parking lot. At that point, Hankerson reportedly be came aggressive and began to ram several of the police cars. He is also alleged to have at tempted to run over an officer, at which time an unidentified officer fired his service re volver, but missed. Hankerson is said to have continued to ram 6 police cars uritil he had created an open ing. He over grass and crashed into a drainage ditch in an attempt to escape Ms. McElroy said the vehicle he was driving suffered severe damage from the crash, but it continued to move for about sooyards. Hankerson jumped out of the moving vehicle and began running from police. Officers caught Hankerson as he at tempted to climb a fence about a hundred yards away. At that point, Hankerson anegedly became combative and began fighting with three of the officers whose cars had been previously rammed. He was eventually subdued and was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital, where he was treated for a cut on his arm : Ms. McElroy said Hankerson had cut his arm on the fence during the struggle. Officer Todd Rego was treated for a broken right hand, and other officers re ceived minor injuries, she said. Hankerson has been charged with 4 counts of aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer with a motor vehicle; 2 counts of aggravated assault with a motor vehicle; aggra vated fleeing to elude; leaving scene of a crash with injury; and leaving the scene of a crash with property. He was also charged with de livery 6f cocaine; delivery of a controlled substance; armed trafficking in cocaine; armed DERRICK HANKERSON ... Facing several charges trafficking in illegal drugs (xanax); felon in possession of a firearm; possession of drug paraphernalia; carrying a con cealed firearm; armed traffick ing in illegal drugs (oxycodorie); and no valid dri ver's license. Ms. McElroy said that Hankerson had 127.5 grams of powdered cocaine and a 9 mm handgun in his possession at the time of his arrest. Jail records show that-Ban. kerson was arrested in April 2009 by the U. S. Marshal's Of-. fice and charged with violation of probation. Although he served prison time, the local office did not have information on when he was released. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS BarberSchooiStudentBeuuedFor His lite Before Being Fatallv Shot On Saturday, April 9th at 1 a. m., Hillsborough County Sheriffsdeputies report that Courtney Yates, 32, and an other individual got into a fight at i2743 North 19th Street. Yates reportedly felt like he was being disrespected by the other man. The two fought three times within a 15 minute span in front of witnesses. After the final fight, both shook hands and said they were done. Both left the area separately. About 90 minutes later, deputies said both men came back to the area where they had fought. Jontavis Williams, 23, a friend of the man that fought with Yates, was also at the lo cation. COURTNEY YATES ..... begged for his life before being fatally shot. JONTA VIS WILLIAMS ..... shot Yates three times, once in the head. sure is that he was shot three time s, and he begged Jcjn-tavis for his life." Witnesses reported that Williams became upset when he found out that Yates was older than his friend Williams reportedly pulled a gun, and without any hesita tion, fired a shot at Yates from about 6,-feet away striking him in the chest. Yates turned to run and witnesses said Williams shot him in the back. mother, Ronald and Tanya Yates, said they were both pleased to hear Williams had turned himself in. Courtney Yates grew up in Tampa and was attending bar ber school and close to finish ing at the time of his death . Ronald Yates said what "TT Yates was able to run a few feet away and collapsed Williains then reportedly walked over to Yates who was on the ground and a witness told deputies Yates begged Williams not to shoot him anymore At that point, Williams stood over Yates and shot him a third time, this time into his head at point blank range. Williams fled on foot. Later that night Williams walked into the Sheriffs-Dis trict One Office and turned himself in. He was arrested and charged With first-degree murder. Yates; father and step"He really loved cutting hair and cooking," said Mrs. Yates. Mrs. Yates said Courtney was very popular in the com munity, because he would go around giving the kids hair cuts. "Right now, what s most dif ficult for us is separating the facts from all the rumors going around. What we know for makes the incident even more tragic is the fact that the two families know each other from West Tampa. "We've spent time, and we've spoken to each other since the shooting. I assm:ed them we have no hard feelings toward them." Courtney Yates has 9 sib lings, and a 6-year-old son, Courtney, Jr. The family is still in the process of making final arrangem ents for a service : NI!"'IIS Alert: The Florida law States That You .. May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care... 7 -.!1 -. Call Michelle B. Local: 813-495-3102 Toll Free 1 ....... ," Available 24 Hours A Day /J Days A week llallallti.PIIlr .... .. -; .. -t r-0 ::D g (/) m z z m r-

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.... editorials/Columns c-.i c a: u. c z <( c en w :: .... Ei: w > w c w :::E: en :::::i ID :: a. z ...J ...J :: ID ...J w z i= z 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-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnlets or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Environmental Protection Agencv Now Needs Protection Well, well! It seems, Republicans' answer to the Katzenjammer Kids are at it again. This time, Republican Legislators are feverishly fighting to clip the tail feathers of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). GOP'ers a.re trying to cut EPA's ability to monitor the coal mining industry, and its ability to enforce our nation's Clean Air Act. Ignoring the fact that Mother Earth has warned humanity big-time that her patience has run more than thin (sea-levels continue to rise; our ozone layer is almost nonexistent; plant and animal species are mysteriously migrating North; pollution alerts in major cities, including Tampa, are off the chart etc.), national politician seem intent on replaying a ruinous rendition of" Alice-in-Wonderland," where everybody is invited to the Tea Party, but the people who live in the Tea Pot We urge you, therefore, to contact your congressional representatives and let them know that the EnViromnental Protection Agency needs TLC (Tender Legislative Concern). If not, we may all find our pants on fire. t 1..=====:::::;;;::::::::::::====:::::;;;:::============-, Internet Access Taken For Granted Yes, it's us again. And once more, we remind elected officials that many of their constituents (us poor and working folk) may not have, nor be able to afford computers and/ or internet services. Consequently, when cost cutting measUres are made, legislators might consider the inaccessibility of computers and internet service to literally millions of fellow Floridians, who remain first-class citizens regardless of whether or not they are computer-savvy. In fact, nearly 40 percent of Floridians aren't computer-tech, according to 2009 research data. Nevertheles"s, our Florida Legislature is preparing to pass bills that will severely cut printed access to government advertising of public meeting no-tices, bid opportunitieS, tax increases, and other highly important information, which is now available in media print. Furthermore, federal officials announced plans to stop mailing annual social security account updates and to require folks to access information on the (What? You guessed it!) Federal government website. So, what are non-computer-citizens to do? Seem: ingly, the answer is "Eat cake and stay ignorant!" HowCJ ever, we say, given our nation and o:ur state's high unemployment rate and salary stagnation, becoming a Balancing The Bu.dget on The Backs Of The Needv R epublicans all over the United States, in cluding Florida, are deter mined to balance the budgets. On the Federal level they are determined to balance the budget and pay off the deficits. They all have one thing in common and that is to do it on the backs of the needy. In Florida, you can bet the Republicans will balance the budget and the wealthy will not be affected. With their veto proof majority in the Legislature and with Rick Scott sleeping in the man sion, the Republicans can do anything they want. What they want most is to balance the budget on the backs of the poor, the aged, public employees and education. Florida will have a balanced budget, you can bet on that. Education will be greatly short-changed, but the budget will be balanced. Poor people will have trouble getting medical treatment as the Republicans are working over Medicaid. Do they care? Not as long as the budget is balanced. In Tallahassee, the Ivory Boys are deregulating indus tries, making it easier for utility companies to raise their rates, making it more difficult to sue insurance companies. Oh yeah! You better bet, the Republicans will come up with a balanced budget; but poor Blacks, whites, the elderly and the needy won't like it. You can rest assured that the balanced budget will in no way be a burden or call for sacrifices by 'the wealthy or Clara Frve 11112 -19311: Nurse, Angel Of Tampa When considering Black History, the Tampa Bay area has enough heroes and sheroes to fill the pages of many books. One such shero was Clara. Frye. In fact, Clara Frye will be inducted into the soon-to be established Hillsborough County Women's Hall of Fame on May 26, 2011, which will be permanently displayed at the Tampa Con_. vention Center. Called "Florida's Most Fa mous African Amencan nurse," Clara Frye was widely known for establish ing what was called "one of the leading colored institu tions of its kind in the South," the Clara Frye Hospi tal. At that time, Clara Frye Hospital was deemed "the only hospital of its kind oper ated solely by a 'Negro woman.'" Nurse Clara Frye was born in 1872 to a Southern Black man and a white woman from England. Her family moved to Mont gomery, Alabama, where Clara expressed her desire to become a nurse, After finishing school in Chicago, Frye returned to Montgomery where she practiced before relocating to Tampa. Soon, Frye became known as "the best fever nurse in the city;" having turned her three-room home into a clinic for local Blacks who could not receive .care and treatment at tlie locai hospitals during segregation. . CityHall and with the help. of an anonymous white doctor, Nurse Frye opened a larger facility at 1615 Avenue in 1923. The Tampa Exchange Club, a predominantly male business organization, raised funds .to build and establish an operating room foF the hospital. Both BlaCks and whites were treated at both Frye's home and the hospit8I where they were treated by both Black big corporations. What amazes me is that Republi cans see all of the budget cut ting insanity as job creators. Man there is total madness going on in the Florida Legislature. One constellation for all of us is that these Republicans aren't doing the things they are doing because of racism. They are doing it. because they just don't give a hoot about poor people regardless of race or color. The good thing about all of this is vot ers got what they deserved. Those who voted all of these Republicans into total power got what they deserved. Those who were re gistered to vote and didn't are getting what they de serve. Those who were eligi ble to register to vote, but chose not to are getting what they deserve. The 2012 elections are right around the corner. Don't register to vote, don't vote and don't make your vote count. Republicans will take this to mean that voters approve of what they are doing and they will get worse. and white doctors. Several years later, the Clara Frye Hospital burned down, but Frye used insur ance money to rebuild it. Said to have earned very little money from her hospi tal and unable to pay her per sonal bills at times, Frye never turned away patients who were unable to pay for their care. Consequently, in i930, the City of Tampa took over management of the hos pital and renamed it MWJ.icipal Hospitalfor Negroes .. In 1936, Clara Frye died in poverty at age 64. How ever, she was buried withac. colades. A year later, the City built a new facility on land near where Blake High School now stands: The facil ity was named the Clara Frye Municipal Negro Hospital. And remained open until 1967 when Tampa General Hospital became fully iRte grated. Today, a wing at Tampa General Hospital is named after Clara Frye and a plaque commemorating her hospital is located on the campus of Blake High School. Nurse Frye Js also me-in a poem by Tampa Poet Laureate James E. Toldey, Sr. Indeed, Nurse Frye was and shall always be Tampa's own "Angel of Mercy." Harambee! computerized majority should be among the last things on our minds. Maybe, governments should do what NeWt: Gingrich suggested years ago: provide low-cost computers and internet aceess for everyone. If not, then legal adveJ;1:isements and other ,information should remain part of the public print domain.

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____________________ ALL MY CHILDREN -Asher gets himself in trouble and needs Caleb's help; Kendall opens up to Ricky; bad karma seems to be surrounding Jackson and Erica's wedding. Angie encour ages Jesse not to quit his job; Maya wants a job at the Chandler mansion; Iris comes down hard on Jesse. Caleb declares his love and asks Erica to take a chance with him; Ricky admits to Jack son that he has feelings for Kendall; Ricky works to get Kendall's mind off Griffin. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Donna tries to persuade Katie to leave Bill ; Steffy attempts to convince Bill to end his marriage to Katie; Hope is appalled when Tawny suggests that she and Amber become friends; Brooke tells Ridge about Liam sleeping with Amber.Brooke warns Steffy to stay away from Bill; Steffy urges Brooke to back off of Thomas; Ridge is furious by the lack of respect Thomas shows him; Eric and Ridge get into a heated exchange and rehash their tumultuous past with Brooke.Dayzee meets a competitor for Thomas' affectiqn; Hope confronts Liam about sleeping with Amber and how it has af fected their situation; Ridge makes a bolq gesture and gives Thomas some shares of Forrester Creations stock : DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Taylor allows herself to seek com fort in EJ's arms; Vivian has fun tormenting Chloe; Gus and Vi. vian sneak into Stefano's house; Nicole vqws to uncover EJ's secret; Philip takes Chloe out for an open-mic night at the Brady Pub Melanie is threatened by a masked man; Daniel and Jennifer are forced to face their attraction; Carlyfeigns an elbow injury to get a prescription from Lexie; Melanie and Daria seek help from impostor Rafe. Nicole eavesdrops on EJ and Stefano; Sami tells EJ she's taking the kids out of town to visit Eric; Ciara and Thea run away again; Carly blows up at Daniel as he exam. ines her elbow; Jennifer and Daniel express concern for Carly's emotional state. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Lucky tries to get Lulu's help to save their father; Sam finds herself reconsidering having a baby; Lucky and Jason have a heart-to-heart over Jake and his death. Dante discovers a strange connection between Johnny Zacchara ahdBrandon; Abby tries to convince Michael to take a break dur. ing Brandon's murder investigation; Johnny offers Michael his support Nik stumbles upon Liz reviewing the paternity test re sults; Diane questions Sonny's intended role in Lucian's life; Maxie discovers the truth. ONE UFE TO LIFE-Ford orders Cutter to get his hands off Tess; Natalie gives the ring back to John; Markko returns. Char lie admits toVJ.ki that he's in love with Echo; Starr is surprised that Langston is leaving toWii to Write David's movie; Clint tells Kellyt ,he tape he made had proof that Aubrey and Cutter were lovers. Gigi and Rex try to figure out what to do about Shane; Starr meets Deanna and has lots of questions for James; Viki and C4arlie share a bittersweet ood-bye to their relationship. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Victoria is furious with Tucker; Nick and Phyllis follow Adam. Lily helps Sofia get ready; Kevin asks Heather for a favor. Billy and Kevin confront Jana; Sharon has second thoughts. NG FO-RECtOSURE? lose your home to foreclosure. Seiving Hillsborough and the surrounding counties; MRC SOlutions offeB an alterna,tive to homeowners in jeopardy of "losing their properties or fadng foreclosure. "When you have problems, we have. solutions ... Call today for_ a fret; no-obligatio_ n consultation. Se Habla Espafio/ (813)' 44().;6.440 ext 8001 6601 Memorial Hwy. Ste. 1f6, Tampa, Fl33615 I infoOMRCSofutionsOnline.com Dr. and Mrs. Bruce (Patricia) Miles. Donna Green and Kenya Warren. Dr. Nola Allen, Dr. John L. Smith, Beulah Day Chairman, and Dr. Barbara A. Wheeler at the residence ofMr. and Clarence Wdson for the annual Tiki Garden Party. Ruth Walker, Doris Thomas, Johnnie Fleming, Casette Watkins, Cheryl Perkins and Verdella Olive .. Eastern Travelers Pre-Valentine's Day Brunch. c )> "tJ r..... N 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 ::D 6 )> en m z z m r-m r-z "tJ c: m r-u; ::t m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., c

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All About You! I Partv! Partv! Partv! a: a.. =' a: w > w c w J: (f) :J IXl a.. z i= w ...J ...J m Birthdav Love RON I just want to send a shout out to my Boo, "Ron." May God bless you to see many more. Happy birthday, Bae! Love, Krissy. (L)PAPAAnd (R)QUARTER Wishing my Bae a happy birthday. We love you and miss you. From, your family and wifey, Barbara. Happv Birthdav Happy birthday April 12 to the 'Black Prince' in Lubbock, TX, Abraham Spires. He'll be making his way to Tampa soon. Don't Hate Me Cause I'm Beautiful ENIQUE Enique is turning 1. Love, Dominique and Big Weenie. Keep Your Head Up DiP Set DIP And KEAIRA Though you're gone for now, you are not forgotten. Missing you so much, it's "scare ya" in your voice!!! I love you brother. Just remember God has the final say. So 2010 was a bad year for us. But God makes no mistakes, He's working on us. I love you, I love you, I love you. land Pines News TaskForce Highland Pines CommunityTask Force will be meeting April 14, 2011 at 6:30 p. m. The crime Watch meeting will be a 7 p. m. The meeting will be held at the Community House. Come out and get updates on community projects. Prayer Walk The Prayer Walk is the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p. m. from the Community House. Come walk w:lth Pastor Essie Sims and The Truth Ministries members.

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Local Organization To Host Third Annual Mother's oav Gala BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Beginning Friday May 6, 2011, and running through Sunday, May 81h, Our Sisters, Our Friends will host their third annual Mother's Day Gala. This year's event will be held at Kapok Gardens and Pavilion, 923 McMullen Booth Road in Clearwater. Our Sisters, Our Friends founders, Sheila Youngblood and Ola Abreu, promise that this year's event will not only top the previous two, but will be one that will be talked about for a long time. Featured guest speaker will be renowned actor, Obba Babatunde. He will be at tending all three days of the gala. Also featured will be inter national gospel recording artist, Vicki Yohe, Tampa's own, Derek Smith, and as Mistress of Ceremony, Elder Michelle B. Patty. Starting Friday night will OBBA BABATUNDE ..... actor to be featured guest at the Mother's Day Gala. be a meet and greet session on the beach with food. On Saturday morning, there will be a shopping excursion trip on chartered buses to the out let mall. On Saturday night will be a 3-hour dinner cruise, and on Sunday the gala will begin. All sponsors, vendors and volunteers are welcome and for more information call (813) 347-0160. You can also visit the website www.oursis ters-ourfriends.com. Highland fines News Coming Soon A community health fair will be coming to Highland Pines Recreation Center on April 30th at 9 a. m. Richedean Ackbar is hosting this event through Care Givers. Venders are needed. Contact her at (813) 4311814. Don't forget the date above Founder 01 Women 01 Zion Passes Mantle Reverend Pauline Cole, an ordained minister, h eard the voice of the Lord saying that it's time to let go. That was in late 2009. This past October, she was led to a pastor and his wife who were more than willing to carry on the organization of the Women of Zion, International. Apostle Timothy and Evangelist Gloria Chiles, Pastors of Dominion and Power Worship Center: Better Life Crusade, will continue the Kingdom building for the Lord. The couple came to Florida in 2005. Rev. Cole was called into the Five Fold Ministry (Apos tles Evangelists, Prophets, Pastors and Teachers) as an Evangelist in 1987. She was licensed by the New Hope Apostolic Holiness Church and Pentecostal Assembles of the World. Since then, she has been licensed by Free dom Ministries of the Assem blies of God and World Christianship Ministries. Her area of expertise has been in tercessory prayer, deliver ance, counseling and outreach. It was 1995 when she was given the vision for the birth of Women of Zion Interna-APOSTLE TIM AND EVANGELIST GLORIA CHILES tional, Inc. The organization was incorporated in 1998 and received the 501 (c) 3 status in 1999. Apostle Tim Chiles and his wife, Evangelist Gloria Chiles are the founders of Better Life Crusades, Inter national. It is incorporated in Oregon, California, New York and Florida. He and his wife conduct conferences, crusades and seminars. He is a graduate of Miracle Valley Bible College and holds numerous degrees, certificates and awards. He and his wife have 7 children and 11 grandchildren. The Mighty Women of God Conference and the Women of Zion Pageant (that PASTOR WILLIE B. ROBERTS Piney Grove Missionary Baptist Church REV. PAULINE COLE salutes women of God) is held each year. The 12th Annual Mighty Women of God Conference and the 16th Annual Testi monial Banquet and Pageant will be held April14-16. The Conference will be held at

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c en w :::> 1-c a: u. c z <( c en w :::> 1-ft w > w c w :X: en ::J m :::;) a. z Native Tampan Writes, Produces His First Plav BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Nathan D. Sanders i s excited about his first venture as a writer and producer. He is getting ready to put on his first play, Get Your Mind Right," which will be presented Mother's Day Weekend, May 6 (7 p.m.), 7 (7 p. m.), 8 (4 p. m.), 2011 at Tampa Bay Tech High School, 6410 Orient Rd. A native Tampan, Sanders is a graduate of Tampa Bay Tech and Hillsborough Community College. He served 5 years in the United States Navy, where he was honorably discharged. He was employed 1 year by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and for the past 17 years he has been employed with the Tampa Police Dept. as a police officer. Sanders has pulled together a cast of new and seasoned participants who are excited about the play. He categorizes the play as a comedy. He was inspired to write the play after attending a play in Atlanta last Mother's Day. He had finished writing it by August. "Get Your Mind Right" is based on the life of Dwayne Cole, a young man attempting to maintain a relationship with his children, while he deals with tribulations involving their mother, his ex-wife. During this time he joins "Rock Of Faith Missionary Baptist Church" and meets Katrina Jackson and falls in love with her. He is also introduced to the rest of the con gregation and quickly learns that worldly people and John M. B. Church 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Gregory Hill, Sr. Pastor We The Members Of Along With Our Pastor First Lady Would Like, To : Invite All To: 3NIGHT REVIVAl Speaker: PASTOR ANTHONY GILYARD Bethlehem Judah Christian Fellowship COGIC, Elizabeth, NJ Members of the cast and their stage names are: first row, Brian Williams (Deacon Mark Holmes), Gloria Stephens (Deaconess Clara Gibbs), Vivian Jones (Deaconess Paula Richardson), Nathan D. Sanders (writer/producer), Tyrek Sanders (Antwan Cole), Mishondra Key (Gail Scott), Robert Smith (Nicholas Thomas). Second row, Natasha Williams (Katrina Jackson) Ana Santiani (Gina Hayes), Nicole Filmore, Christina Carlisle (Anita Saint), Lisa Sterling (Bridgette Riggins), Crystal Dukes (Sandra Pierce), Jackie Jones (Deaconess Yvonne Tripp), Napoleon Hester (Deacon Emory Turner), and Harryan Brown (Assistant Director). Third row: Kim Bender (Brenda Watson), Tommie Brassell (Deacon Paul Simmons), Mose Smith, III (Dwayne Cole), Paul Smith (James Jackson), Sean Bell (Deacon Anthony Williams), Keith Bowden (Pastor Thompson), Kavonnah Means (Vivian Humphrey), Ronald Wilford (Daryl Cummings) and Fiona White (Music Director). (Photo by Frederick Harris) church people are much alike and deal with similar situations. As he looks to the future, Sanders says his vision is to "create a production company that will not only bring entertainment to the but provide employment to many aspiring to enhance their acting, singing and entertainment careers : 14TH ANNUAL ISLAMIC CHARITY FESTIVAL Sunday, April 17, 2011 Riverfront Park 1000 N. Boulevard Tampa, FL (N. Blvd. & CypreS$ St.) 11A.M.5 P.M. Sponsored By: TAMPA BAY MUSLIM ALLIANCE (Coalition Of Mosques and Muslim Organizations) Partners: WTMP AM 1150/FM 96.1 ADT Tampa Signal, Inc. Hakim Fashions Honest Opinion Talk Show For More Information: (813) 267-1600 or (813) 661-6161 Jarvis K. El-Amin, Coordinator

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Local ffi C/) SponsorshiP Opportunities Available For The Hillsborough Countv First Women's Hall 01 Fame c )> "'0 :c r 1\) The Hillsborough County Commission on the Status of Women (COSW) is seeking sponsors for the Hillsborough County Women's Hall of Fame that will be permanently displayed at the Tampa Convention Center. The Women's Hall of Fame was recently created to honor women who, through their lives and efforts, have made significant contributions to the improvement of life for women and for all citizens of Hillsborough County. The unveiling and first induction ceremony will be held on May 26 at the Tampa Convention Center during a luncheon that will honor 10 remarkable women. The first Middleton High Class Of 1961 The 1961 Middleton High School Class will meet on Saturday, April16, 2011, 4 p. m., at the Tampa Police Dept. District 3 office, 3808 N. 22nd St The meeting will be held in the Conference Room. The class' Fabulous 50th reunion activities are sched uled to begin on Friday, July 22nd and continue through Friday, July 29, 2011. Ralph Rance is the general chairperson . For additional information, call (813) 466-5244. Albanv State Universitv The Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter of the Albany State University National Alumni Association is having a meeting on Saturday, April 16, 2011, 3 p. m at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (33610) . All alumni and supporters of ASU are asked to attend. For more information, please call (813) 962-4925. 1\) County Commissioner, Legislator, Clerk of Circuit Court MARY CASH charter class to be honored in the Hillsborough County Women's Hall of Fame includes: SYLVIA KIMBELL SAYDE MARTIN woman elected to Florida House of Representatives Sandra W. Freedman, first woman Mayor of City of Tampa Clara Frye, founded first Negro hospital in Hillsborough County Adela Hernandez Gonzmart, co-founder of The Columbia Restaurant and Ballet Folklorico ofYbor Sylvia_ Rodriguez Kimbell, first AfricanAmerican woman elected to Hillsborough County Commission Sadye Biggs Martin, first woman Mayor of the City of Plant City, educator Mary Cash, first Florida registered nurse of African American heritage Elizabeth "Betty" Castor, first woman elected to the Hillsborough County Commission and the Florida State Cabinet; first Woman President of USF Helen Gordon Davis, first Hillsborough County Ceclle Waterman Essrig, first woman elected to Hillsborough County School Board For more information, con-* Pat Collier Frank, tact (813) 276-2640. 0 HELP US SERVE YOU BETTER: REPORT A MALFUNCTIONING STREETLIGHT. At Tampa Electric, we're working with our customers and the community to help ensure malfunctioning lights are working again as quickly as possible. -If you see a malfunctioning streetlight, alerting us is easy: Write down the light ID tag number on the light pole, or write down the nearest street address or intersection to the light. Go online to the convenient Ughts Out form on tampaelectric.com or call: -813-223-{)800 (in Hillsborough County), -863-299-0800 (in Polk County) or .1-888-223-0800 (outside of Hillsborough or Polk County) When you report a malfunctioning streetlight, it is important that you provide the location of the streetlight so that technicians are sent to the correct location, and that you provide your contact infonnation so that we may acknowledge your request. By letting us know if you see a malfunctioning streetlight, you can help us serve you -and the community-better. TAM-. ELECTRIC C/) m z :::! z m r [JJ c: r r m :::! z "'0 c: [JJ !: C/) ::I: m c m < m c: m C/) c )> z c :c c

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Soorts ---------------. c:t!! .._ BEAUTY UNLIMITED v Ramirez Retires In Wake Of Drug-Related Issue Fight Manny Ramirez played just five games for 'the Rays this season before walking away. NEW YORK-Unwilling to face another drug ban, Manny Ramirez is leaving baseball and is at peace with his decision while the sport confronts the specter of steroids again. One of the game' s great sluggers, Ramirez tested po s itive for a performanceenhancing substance and wasted little time in saying he was done with the game. H e r etire d Friday r athe r th a n fa c e a 100-ga m e s u s p e n s i o n for a second viol a tio n of Maj o r Leagu e B ase b all' s drug poli cy. Th e 12-tim e All-St a r s erve d a s o ga m e b a n in 2009 whil e with the Los An geles Dodger s S econd-time off enders get doubl e that penalty A p e rson familiar with the situation confirmed that Ramirez tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the nature of Ramirez's issue with MLB's drug policy was not publicly disclosed. Rays vice president Andrew Friedman, who signed Ramirez to a $2 million, one-year contract in the offseason, said the club was "obviously surprised" when it learned what happened and was "hurt by what transpired." Ten-Year-Old Returns Super Bowl Ring To Perrv At Autograph Sh_ow WILLIAM PERRY CHiCAGO-Chicago Bears great William "The Re.frigerator" Perry has his 1985 Super Bowl ring back on his finger thanks to a 10-year-old boy. Cliff. Forrest of Fox Chapel, Pa took $8,soo out of his college savings account to buy Perry's s-uper Bowf ring in New York. "He only played in one Super Bowl," Cliff said. I thought he would want it more than I did. So the boy asked his dad if he could give the ring back to Perry, who has been diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome. The autoimmune disease attacks the nervous system and can cause paraly sis. But Cliff admires Perry and had heard of the famous Chicago Bears Super Bowl XX-winning team. Cliff's parents agreed and set out to return the ring to Perry, tak ing a flight to Chicago and giving the former football player his ring before an autograph session. In return, Perry gave the boy two autographed jerseys signed: "The Fridge,. Thanks! Fnday 9 A.M:JP.Ml onday Saturday I 9 AM. 6 P.M. . -Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 15th FLOYD MAYWEATHER vs. MANNY PACQUIAO LONDON The prosp e cts of a Manny PacquiaoFloyd Mayweather Junioris fight have d ealt a blow after the latter refus e d $so million to step into the ring with hi s Filipino rival. Speculations regarding a bout between the two have been growing in recent months. However, after recent negotiations between the two camps Pacquiao's adviser revealed that $50 million were offered to Mayweather but the he declined the proposal. Steve Nash's Ex-Wife Gives Binh To Black Babv; In December, Steve Nash filed for divorc e from his wif e just a day afte r she had a baby, and now we h ave f ound out the reason b ehind the divorce. Rumors were speculating that Nash had left his wife because she g a ve birth to a black baby, leading to the obvious discovery of infidelity and che a ting. The allegations were confirmed when Aljejandra gave birth to a black baby and now the farther is said to b e Nash's former teammate Jason Richardson. The Suns abruptly traded Richardson to the Orlando Magic in December, around the same time the baby was born, which only ignites the rumors and speculations. even more. Apparently the "black baby" was just a rumor, and pictures have been released to dispel it. Ravs Fall To 1-8 With loss To White Sox CHICAGO -Joe Maddon said Sunday' s si xth-inning tantrum directed at the umpires had nothing to do with the Rays' awful record and silent bats, that he would have been just as enraged if the Rays had won all but one of their games : But B.J. Upton saw a little more fire than he expected from his manager s reaction to a puzzling call, especially when Maddon pointed to all four umpires and ejected them from the game with the White Sox, which Tampa Bay eventually lost 6-1 at U.S Cellular Field. VANESSA BELLA Vanessa Bella is not the kind of woman you get tired of seeing. So, as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, we decided to give you another peak. The Miami native loves to roller skate, lay pool, read mystery novels and take care of her year-old Pomeranian puppy. She also loves to relax at home and watch reality television. 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Entertainment C\1 N T"" ...J a: a.. <( c en w ::::1 1-Tvler Perrv Buvs New Home For 88-Year-Oid Fire Victim ROSA LEE RANSBY'S FAMILY ... inset TYLER PERRY Tyler Perry is continu ing to aid those in need with his philanthropy, this time by buying a new home for a woman that lost everything in a fire. Perry handed the keys to a new home to 88-year-old Rosa Lee Ransby of New nan, Georgia who lives with her seven grand-and great grandchildren. fire just a week before Christmas. On Friday Ransby and more than 20 of her family members met with Perry at the five-bedroom, 2,500-square-foot home where they were treated to a tour. Movers later arrived with the family's new furniture. Ransby first captured C the filmmaker's attention in Perry said that sharing that moment with Mrs. Ransby's family was "in credible" and made him think about his own mother, who passed in 2009. a: LL c z <( c en w ::::1 1-w > w c w :::t: en :::::i m ::::1 a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::1 m December after he heard that she lost her home in a 'let's Stav Together Added To National Recording Registrv ALGREEN There are probably a lot of people walking the earth who were conceived to it -and now AI Green's song "Let's Stay Together" is getting another bit of recogni tion. It's among the 25 songs that will be added this year to the National Recor d ing Registry of the Library of Congress The library describes Green's sound as one that features a "sleek delivery" and "an understated deliv ery with occasional climbs to a casual, pure falsetto." Or as they used to call it back in the day, baby-mak ing music. Prince Donates $250KToSC Non-Prolit Group PRINCE Recording artist Prince is making a $250,000 dona tion to a nonprofit group that aims to make sure all children in a Columbia, South Carolina, neighborhood graduate from college. Prince's drummer and Columbia native, John Blackwell, Jr. made the presentation Tuesday to Eau Claire Promise Zone officials. The Eau Claire Promise Zone is a 12-neighborhood area that is part of the na tionwide "Promise Neigh borhoods'' movement, modeled after the work of Geoffrey Canada and his Harlem Children's Zone. Prince and the New Power Generation per formed shows in Columbia, Charleston and Greenville last month lAPD Exhausts All leads In The Case liThe Notorious B.I.G LAPD Captain Kevin McClure, head of the de partment's Robbery Homi cide Division, sounds like he's throwing in the towel on the case of The Notorious B.I.G. Just a few days ago it was reported that the FBI re leased documents exposing an LAPD cover up of the shooting of Christopher "Biggie Smalls" Wallace. The reports included belief that gang members affiliated with the police force aided the shooters escape and that he was killed with rare am munition found in another investigation that was never brought up. Gucci Arrested For Pushing Woman Out 01 Moving Car Gucci Mane is back in headlines now that he's been arrested once again in At lanta. The rapper, real name, Radric Davis, was arrested Friday while visiting his pro bation officer at the Georgia Depa1tment of Corrections Probation Office. He's been charged with battery, a misdemeanor, but will also be charged with vio lating his probation. According to authorities Davis was arrested on a warrant that he intentionally caused visible bodily harm to a unnamed female by push ing her out of a moving vehi cle. GUCCIMANE He is currently being held in the Dekalb County Jail. Gucci was previously ar rested in November and had to be restrained with pepper spray, after police pulled him over for driving on the wrong side of the road. Bow Wow And Ice Cube Ink Deal For New Sitcom Bow Wow is taking a break from the big screen, and is now making a small screen appearance with fel low rapper/actor Ice Cube. The rapper, who also starred in two Ice Cube pro duced flicks (''All About the Benjamins" and "Lottery Ticket') is re-teaming with the hit director on an upcom ing, untitled sitcom. The untitled sitcom is still in the early stages, so while there are still many unan swered questions, Bow Wow said the deal had just been signed and writers were currently being chosen for ICE CUBE AndBOWWOW the television show. Until then check out Bow Wow in Madea 's Big Happy Family which hits movie the aters April 22nd. Will And Jaden To Co-Star In M. Night Shvamalan Sci-Fi Flick Will and J aden Smith have signed on to co-star in M. Night Shyamalan's untitled science fiction ad venture film with Columbia Pictures, the studio an nounced. The film will take place 1 000-years in the future and follow a young boy (Jaden) as he searches the aban doned planet Earth, looking for his estranged father (Will) after their ship crashes. Shyamalan wrote the SGript with Gary Whitta ("Book of Eli") which was previously announced as being named One Thousand A.E.," though details on the project have been kept tight. "The chance to make a scary, science-fiction film starring Jaden and Will is my dream project," Shyamalan said in a statement. Shymalan and Will Smith will also produce the film with James Lassiter, JADEN And WILL SMITH J ada Pinkett Smith and Ken Stovitz, who are Smith's partners at Over brook Entertainment. Jaden, 12, made his screen debut with his father Will Smith in 2006's 'The Pursuit of Happyness." He has since starred in the blockbuster remake of "The Karate Kid," which took'in over $350 million world. wide. 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Funeral/Memoriam MS. MICHELLE ANN CHANCELIVINGSTON Homegoing services for Ms. Michelle Ann Chance-Livingston, who passed away on April 2, 2011, will be held Tuesday, April 12, 2011-, at 10 a. m. at Anointed Word Church, 1709 W. St. Joseph Street, Tampa, 33607; Pastor Roy Hayes, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Michelle Ann Chance-Livingston, the daughter ofFrancisca Dias and Gregory Chance was born on November 24, 1974 A native of Guyana, South America, she migrated to Tampa, with her father and younger sister in 1991, where she attended and graduated from Brandort High School. Michelle went to nursing school where she received a certificate to become a Certified Nursing Assistant. Michellespentherlneserving the elderly at various Assisted Living Facilities and worked very hard to support her family. Michelle accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior and has been delivered safely in His arms. She was preceded in death by: her grandmothers, Eileen Chance and Geraldine DiasKennedy; and grandfathers, William Ally and Reuben Kennedy. She leaves to cherish her precious memories: her loving children, Jasmine Liv ingston, Aalayiah Livingston, Tony Livingston, Jr. and their father, Tony Livingston, Sr.; William Reaves, Jr. and his father, William Vince Reaves, Sr.; her mother. Francisca Dias-Rampersaud (Dennis); father, Gregory Chance (Jennifer); sisters, Yolanda Chance-Moment (CJ) and Onica Henry; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and 3 nieces. Friends are asked to assemble at the chilrch at 9:45 a. m. on Tuesday, April 12, 2011. A HARMON BURIAL letourfilmilytalcecare ofyourfilmily. "'We ore the keytn a fine andqualilymrvice" BETIYLOU (SWAIN) BELL The "ole girl" ain' t here no more, bu,t she's in our hearts and minds everyday! To say how much we miss you is a major understatement. It seems unreal that it's already been a year. We never knew we could miss somebody so bad. However, the love you gave us is as strong today as it ever was and it's that love that will keep us going until we see you again. Simply put, we truly love you! Edwin, Robin, Eric, Myron, Michael, Maurice, Tee, Sharon and Anthony. AliENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Ruby Eugenia Hicks, Tampa. Mr. David Porter, Sr., Tampa. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME Larry Brown, Tampa. Robert C. Jones, Tampa. Ms. Vivian E. McGill, Tampa. _Roosevelt Stanley, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Ryan Hemingway, Tampa. Mr. Thomas Lawson, Sr., Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. David Baker, Jr., Tampa. Ms. Nella Mae Reynolds Dogan, Tampa. Mr. Nelson McPherson, Tampa. Mr. Nixey Parks, Tampa. Mr. Dorsey Reid, Wesley Chapel, FL. Mr. Wilbert Terry, Tampa. Ms. Julia M. Thomas, Tampa. Mr. Bobby Wooten, Tampa. HARMON Fl \ER-\L HO,IE "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 -.wilson-funeralhome.com Local -f c: m CJ) c l< Minister Dies Following Briel Illness )> in Counseling Psy chology from "'tJ BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A minister of a Tampa church died recently after a brief illness She was 44 years old. Rev. Bridget LaShawn Taylor entered the ministry a bout ten years ago while affil iated with Josephine Street Church of the Living God in Brooksville. She was ordained and later became affiliated with Without Walls Church in Tampa Although she lived and worked in Pasco County, she remained active at Without Walls until her death. Her uncle, Rev. Lavelle Thomas, Sr., said Rev. Taylor suddenly became ill and died on Saturday, April 2, 2011. She had been diagnosed with a brain tumor, and he said that may have been a contributing factor to her death. A native of Brooksville, REV. BRIDGET TAYLOR 10/10/66 --4/2/11 Rev. Taylor attended the public schools of Hillsborough County She continued her ed ucation at Florida A & M Uni versity, where she earned a B. S. Degree in Criminal Justice. She obtained her teacher certi fication in Social Studies from the University of South Florida, and her M. Ed., from National Louis University. Rev. Taylor was in the process of her Ed. D Argosy University at the time :a of her death. Her anticipated graduation date was May 2012. N She taught Secondary Edu-N 0 cation in the Pasco County School System, for more than 12 years. She w a s working at Weightman Middle School in Wesley Chapel at the time of her death. Rev. Taylor enjoyed the working in the m1mstry, preaching, counseling and children The family held a wake Fri day, April 8, at The Church of the Living God, 918 Josephine St in Brooksville. Funeral services were held Saturday, April 9, at 2 p.m., at Grace World Outreach Church, 20366 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, FL New Serenity Memorial Funeral Home, Inc., 713 NE 5th Terrace, Crystal River, FL 33428, was in charge of han-., dling arrangements. 5 2:! c I woman Accused Pres. Obama Signs Short-Term 01 Stealing $1,600, Bill Staving Oft Shutdown Hiding It In Weave wASHINGToN -Presi-ESTHER ARMBRISTER Esther Armbrister almost got away with $1,600 after emptying her pockets, exposing her bra and letting authorities conduct a thorough search for stolen money after spending the night with a man at the Westin Diplomat in Hollywood, Florida. She fled the hotel room in a rush after allegedly emptying the New York tourist's short pockets that morning. When ac cused of the crime she let him look inside her purse and pock ets to prove to him that she did not commit the theft. The police however, picked her up on Hollywood Beach and noticed something peculiar about her hairpiece and when it was removed, they found 15 $100 bills and six $2o bills. Armbrister was arrested for grand theft. dent Barack Obarna has C: r signed a short-term spending r bill to pay for federal opera-tions through Friday. z The measure is the first "'tJ piece of a historic agreement C: to cut billions in spending and avoid the first government (j) shutdown in 15 years. ::I: Obama signed the tempo-rary extension in private Sat-m urday and the White House PRES. BARACK OBAMA < announced it with a news re-m lease. WASHINGTONFresh off The measure was needed to last-minute budget negotia--f keep the government open tions that averted a partial C: long enough for Congress to government shutdown, Pres-rn sign off on the budget deal ident Barack Obama this C reached just before the midweek will lay out his plan for night deadline Friday by long-term deficit reduction. l> Pres. Obama, Republican White House Senior AdZ House Speaker John viser David Plouffe ap -C Boehner and Democratic peared on four Sunday talk :S Senate Majority Leader shows to announce Pres. C Harry Reid. Obarna's intentions and de-That deal keeps the governliver the administration mes-ment open through the resage that further deals like the maining six months in the one reached last Friday night 2011 bqdget year, while cutwith House Speaker John ting $ 3 8 billion. Boehner, R-Ohio and Senate Pres. Obama To Lay Out Long-Term Deficit Plan This Week Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada, will be necessary as Congress and the administra tion face more major budget dedsions in coming months. Gas Prices In 'Firing Range' 01111-Time High Gas prices have jumped nearly 20 cents over the past two weeks ; approaching the all-time high, according to a survey published Sunday. The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular is $3. 76, the Lundberg Survey found. The previous survey three weeks ago found an average of $3-57 That means prices are now just 35 cents "within firing range" of the all-time high of $4.11 set in July 2008, said publisher Trilby Lundberg. "This doesn't mean that we C) will get there," she said. "Crude m oil will decide."

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E Crime N ,... ...J a: a.. sex onender Found Guiltv Of Port Tampa Rape On Friday, a jury took 16 minutes to find Tommy Lee W Sailor, 38, guilty of sexual battery and armed false imprisonment. He could face life in prison when he is sentenced May 5th. Prosecutors dropped an at tempted murder charged against Sailor before deliber ations began. The case involved Sailor meeting a woman at a Port Tampa bar on New Year's Eve 2009. According to testimony, the victim went home with Sailor after the bar closed be cause she thought she could trust him. She also said she went willingly into his bedroom. The victim testified t h a t Sailor threw her on the bed, choked h e r held a screw-driver to her eye and got a pis tol. She was able to escape and call9-1-1. Police traced the call to Sailor's home and broke in before the assault went fur ther. Sailor escaped out of a back window and was arrested days later. Sailor is a registered sex ual predator. Reward onered For Fugitive c fE Crime Stoppers of Tampa c Bay is offering a reward of up Z to $1, ooo for information that leads to the arrest of wanted fugitive, Lavaren Stephon Grady. Grady is W wanted by the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and the > Florida Department of Correcffi tions for attempted murder, > aggravated battery with a W deadly weapon and violation ffi of probation for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. ::::J Grady's most recent warm rant stems from a shooting that occurred on April 6, 2011 z in the area of Sligh and Viri= ginia Avenues Detectives allege that Grady shot an S acquaintance who had picked m him up while he was hitchhik...J ing. When Grady demanded the victim drive him to a re-i= z w mote location, the victim re fused and was shot by Grady. LAV AREN GRADY Grady then kicked the victim out of the car and tried to flee in it, but he could not get it started. Grady then fled on foot and is at large. Grady is a Black male, 19 years old, 6 feet tall, and weighs 140 pounds. He is also known to go by the nickname of ''Y ellowboy." Authorities said the shoot ing victim, John Ball, 40, is paralyzed as a result of his in juries. 0 ---------------------------------------------c a: 0 ...J LL WARREN DAWSON CD ,... 221-1800 1461 Taaa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ave. & scoa St. -ee h"'ng of J lawyer IS an Important dec151on that d not be based sole.)' upon advet senents Before you decde ask us to send you FREE \'dttten mformatton about quJiiftcat1ons and expe11ence' Woman Charged With Neglect ALI:Z.ABEAL PINELLAS COUNTY Late Friday, Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies arrested a woman for failing to provide care and medical treatment to a 15-month-old girl in her care. Deputies said the child suf fered burns to her upper body after a hot cup of noodles spilled on her accidentally. According to the report, Aliza Beal, 20, failed to care for the child after the accident or seek medical care for her burns. She was charged with child neglect. Shooting Under Investigation .... wounded PINELLAS COUNTY -According to Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies, on April t\ they were called out on a report of a shooting victim standing with Largo Police. The shoot ing occurred m Pinellas County. Deputies said Cabastian Johnson, 19, reported he and his passenger, Richard Richardson, had pulled off the road with car trouble when they were surprised by two Black males dressed in black and wearing ski masks. Deputies said no words were exchanged and the sus pects made no demands. How ever, one of the suspects reportedly opened the passen ger side door and fired one shot striking Johnson in the thigh. They then fled in a newer model white four-door Dodge Charger with tinted windows and a red Hawaiian lei hanging from the rearviewmirror. Johnson's injuries were reporte.d to be non-life threat ening. St. Petersburg Man Faces Rape Charge ST. PETERSBURGEarly Monday morning, St. Peters burg Police arrested a man who tried to rape a prostitute in the 34th Street area and raped another prostitute less than two hours later. Police said Terry Allen, 29, agreed to pay a 30-year old prostitute $20 for sex. They found a vacant house where Allen tore a board off a window, and the prostitute be came scared, telling him she didn't want to go in, police said. Police said Allen grabbed the woman and started chok ing her, telling her she was going inside, and they went in. Inside, she reportedly told him she wasn't going to struggle, and Allen told her he was going back outside to get his bike. The woman ran for the door, but Allen grabbed her and forced her into a room. Then he turned a second time to retrieve his bicy cle, the woman threw herself through a glass window, TERRY ALLEN ran and flagged down an officer. Police said later, Allen ap proached a 37-year-old prosti tute, but she turned him down. He followed her on his bicycle and grabbed her around the neck, and dragged her and his bicycle to a residence where he reportedly raped her, and told her he would kill her if she didn't do what he wanted, police said. After the assault, the woman flagged down a passer by who flagged down an offi cer. Allen was later found a few blocks away and both vic tims identified him. Deputies Solve 2008 Double Homicide PINELLAS COUN1Y Pinellas County Sheriff's de tectives report that they have solved a 2008 double homi cide. Jerry Tyrone Jones, 22, was indicted last Thursday and charged with two counts of first degree murder. The murders occurred September 6, 2008, and the victims were identified as Kyle Ellis, 27, and Cabretti Wheeler, 23. T h e double murders occurred at a busi ness called D a t s R i g h t Audio at JERRY JONES 8191 46th Avenue, North. Jones was also charged one count of attempted murder. Couple Arrested After Toddler Found With Fractured Ribs LEHIGH ACRES -A mother and her live-in boyfriend are under arrest after an investigation showed the boyfriend would throw the toddler around like a rag doll, emulating moyes he saw while watching professional wrestling on television. On April ?, 2011, the Lee County Sheriffs Office re ceived a compiaint of sus pected child abuse after bruising was found on the 21-month-old male toddler. The toddler was examined for injuries and bruising to his back and his rib area a5 found. A skeletal survey revealed he had suffered four or five frac tured ribs. The child's mother, Alexis Serrano, was questioned, and told investigators her boyfriend, Steve Plummer, would often slam her son on the bed with great force while ALEXIS SERRANO and STEVE PLUMMER watching pro wrestling on tel evision. Serrano said if her on cried, Plummer would continue to slain him several times and became frustrated at the child's perceived weakness. Based on information from witnesses, Serrano was charged with'.child neglect A warrant was issued for the ar..: rest of Plummer who turned himself in Friday. He has been charged with first degree ag gravated child abuse.

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Classi-fieds II 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., April 29, 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 Management 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) workng 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, THE=Y 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 11-0312-RV, Sherley Ray & Karen M. Stowe requesting a Variance to the accessory dwelling requirements for property located at 13103 Mykell Ct, zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 11-0344-RU, Tornello Landscape Corp. requesting a Variance to setback for property located at 704 21st Ave. SE, zoned ASC-1, AS-1 & CN. Petition VAR 11-0361-SR, Melory Forkey & Mark Siddall requesting a Variance to the required upland for property located at 9522 Bryant Rd., zoned AR. Petition VAR 11-0362-USF, New Jerusalem Haitian Baptist Church requesting a Variance to the screening requirements for property located at 1912 E 139th Ave, zoned RMC-20. Petition VAR 11-0366-NWH, Big Cat Rescue requesting a Variance to fence height for property located at 11840 Meadowdale Dr., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 11-0434-BR, CNL Funding 2000-A, LP requesting a Variance to the S .R. 60 Overlay Standards, to the landscaping and island, parking and off-street use for property located at 735 W. Brandon Blvd., zoned CG. UBLICATION DEADLINES uesday Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 Words And 50 For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No.: 11-CP-706 IN RE: ESTATE OF WESLEY THOMAS, JR. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Administration of the estate of WESLEY THOMAS, JR., deceased, File No.: 11-CP-706 is pending in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P.O. BOX 1110, Tampa, Florida. The name and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. Margaret Thomas 3703 E. Paris St. Tampa, Fl 3361 0 Kenneth C. Glover, Esquire 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Ste 1 Lakeland, Florida 33815 All creditors of decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, on whom a copy of this notice is served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate, including unmatured, contingent or unliquidated claims, must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OFTHE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is: April 12. 2011. Attorney For Personal Representative Kenneth C. Glover, Esquire 505 Martin L. King Jr., Ave., Ste. 1 Lakeland, Florida 33815 (863) 682-6926/Fax (863) 688-8392 FBN 237671 Personal Representative Margaret Thomas ll...J IF=-11==-C> "TI-l ....... "TI ....... NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Hillsborough Community College is accepting proposals for the following: RFP # 2578-11 Concession Parking Services, Ybor City Campus Due Date: 05/02/2011 before 1 :00 p.m. For more information, please visit our website at: www.hccfl.edu/gwsc/admin-and finance/departments/purchasing.aspx under "Current Opportunities." INVITATION TO BID II Competitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened on May 26, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. for: RFB 1105-NORTH DALE MABRY STORMWATER RETROFIT AND WETLAND RESTORATION PROJECT. MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE; April 25, 2011 @ 1:00 p.m. (Sharp) at the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Tampa Service Office, 7601 US Hwy 301, Tampa, FL 33637. A non-mandatory site visit will immediately follow the mandatory pre-bid meeting. Bidders failing to have representation may not submit a bid. The Request for Bid may be obtained through the District's Internet website at http://www.watermatters.org/procurement under "View our solicitations on DemandStar'' or "Alternate View to our Current Solicitations." Southwest Florida Water Management District, Procurement, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899; procurement@watermatters.org; 352-796-7211, ext. 4133; or in Florida: 1-800-423-1476, TDD ONLY 1 800-231-6103. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause. Malcolm K. 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,... ,... 0 N N II" LEGAL NOTICE II II EMPLOYMENT II II HOMES FOR SALE II II FOR RENT II <( c CJ) w :;::) 1-c a: u.. c z <( c CJ) w :;::) 1-fi: w > w c w :J: CJ) ::::i m :;::) z w ..J ..J :;::) m ..J w z z w CJ) c:x: c a: 0 ..J u.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION File No.: 11-CP-706 IN RE: ESTATE OF WESLEY THOMAS, JR. Deceased NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION (Intestate) The Administration of the estate of WESLEY THOMAS, JR., deceased, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P .O. BOX 1110, Tampa, Florida 33601. The estate is intestate The name and addresses of the personai'-J epresentative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. Kenneth C. Glover, Esquire 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. Ste 1 Lakeland, Florida 33815 Margaret Thomas 3703 E. Paris St. Tampa, Fl 3361 0 Any interested person on whom a copy of the Notice of Administration is served must object to the qualifications of the personal representative, venue, or jurisdiction of the court, by filing a petition or other pleading requesting relief in accordance with the Florida Probate Rules, WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THE NOTICE ON THE OBJECTING PERSON, OR THOSE OBJECTIONS ARE FOREVER BARRED. Any person entitled to exempt property is required to file a petition for determination of exempt property WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW OR THE RIGHT TO EXEMPT PROPERTY IS DEEMED WAIVED. Any person entitled to elective share is required to file an election to take elective share WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY LAW. Date of first publication: April 12. 2011. Attorney For Representative Kenneth C. Glover, Esquire 505 Martin L. King Jr., Ave., Ste. 1 Lakeland, Florida 33815 (863) 682-6926/Fax ( 863) 688-8392 FBN 237671 Personal Representative Margaret Thomas te Yoiee of.Our ( : omn'f.unity Speaking for Itself'' Tampa Salon Seeking Licensed Professional Hair Stylist Please Call (813) 369-4950 Mattie's Natural Hair Care Now Hiring Nail Tech And Hair Braider $9.00 Per Hour (239) 81 0-5894 Cutting It Low Experienced, Licensed Barbers Wanted GO/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 Do You Have A (PMA) Positive Mental Attitude? Are You Ambitious? Yes? Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 WANTED Stylist(s); Barber(s); Braider(s) At: Freestylin' Barber & Beauty Shop 1518-B East Fowler Ave Tampa, Fl 33612 Valona: (813) 361-9579 Or Kil: (813) 361-1577 Personal Assistant Needed Urgently, To Handle Personal And Business With Good Benefits Interested And Qualified Candidate Should Get Back As Soon As Possible With Res umes And Details At: gmail.com Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 II II Riverfront House Temple Crest 2 Bedroom/1 Bath With In-law Apartment Near 40th Street Bus And USF $209,000 Call 813-240-1155 RENT TO OWN Attention Renters!! Rent To Own! Are You Ready For A Change Of Area? Ready To Move Out And Be Independent? Section 8 Welcomed Call Us Today (813) 675-0983 FOR RENT West Chester Manor 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Condo Central Air, Tile Floors Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 810-0022 Graham Realty Larae First Floor Condo Must See!!! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Gated Community Screened Patio, Pool Section 8 OK Call (813) 960-8490 Temple Terrace 2 Bedrooms/2% Bath Town Home Recently Remodeled With Granite Counter Tops $975.00 Monthly Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 494-0375 II II IBM I CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT East Tampa 4 Bedroom Home North Tampa 1 And 2 Bedroom Townhouse New Paint Ceramic Tile, Carpet CHA, WDH, Fenced Alarm, Small Pets OK Section 8 Ok 813-949-3482 II HOMES _FOR RENT II 1704 East Cayuga 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 2009 East Osborne 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home $55Q.OO/Monthly 1 st And Last Month Rent To Move In Mary (813) 681-4696 3403 North 48th Street 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath With Office, Fenced Yard Available Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 713-4055 (813) 770-2003 3403 N. Frierson Ave. 3 BE!droom/2 Bath Newly Renovated WDH, CHA, Fenced Section 8 Accepted $1 ,050.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 451-1568 (813) 451-1776 Progress VIllage 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Carport, Fenced Yard Storage, WDH Central HeaVAir $875.00/Monthly Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) ; 232-3900

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