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c c -a: 0 ....1 u. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 5 VOL. 66 NO. 69 TUESDAY, APRIL 19,2011 24 PAGES 75 Pain Clinic closed Due To Coda Violations SEE PAGE 3 Land Bought With East Tapa TIF Funds SEE PAGE 2 Driver Arrested In Sports BarSbMiing SEE PAGE 14 CIVIC COUNCIL PARTNERS WITH FEED OUR CHILDREN FOR SOLIDARITY PROGRAM The Progress Village Civic Council partnered with the Feed Our Children Ministry for a Solidarity Program on April1 Oth to assist the homeowners of that community following the storm that ripped through their homes on March 31, 2011, leaving many devastated. Several area groups presented a concert to help the community. More than $3,000 was raised. Members of the Progress Village Civic Council in attendances were, left to right: Twanda Bradley, 1st Vice President; Delaney Pittman, Recording Secretary; Linda Washington, President; Jackie Mix, Corresponding Secretary; Leslie Jackson, 2nd Vice President; and Hilrie Kemp, Jr., President Emeritus. (Photograph by Julia Jackson)


.,... c; Features N a) ,... Mavor Hires New Citv Anornev; Retains Fire, Police Chiefs MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN Mayor Bob Buckhorn re cently announced the first three appointments to his sen ior staff. He has retained both Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor and Tampa Fire ChiefTom Forward. Mayor Buckhorn also hired James H. Shimberg, Jr., to serve as the City AttorC ney. fE Attorney Shimberg has 0 been a practicing attorney with z c( FIRE CHIEF TOM FORWARD .. Reappointed the firm of Holland & Knight for more than 26 years. He ob tained his undergraduate and law degrees from the Univer sity of Florida. Attorney Shimberg has extensive experience at local, regional, and state levels hav ing represente<;I clients on is sues related to zoning, land use, and several other areas pertaining to land develop ment and permitting issues for POUCE CHIEF JANE CASTOR ... Reappointed both commercial and residen tial matters. Attorney Shimberg will leave private practice and join the City full time on May 2, 2011. His salary will be $175,000 annually. City Council members will confirm all three appoint ments during their regular meeting on Council on April 28,2011. 0 en w ::l t-w > w 14 Properties Purchased With East Tampa CRA TIF Funds c Since April 2007, the East Tampa Community Revitalizaen tion Partnership's CRA has :J spent $1.699.355 million dolm lars in Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dollars purchasing prop Z erties in the East Tampa area. i= To date, 14 properties have been purchased, with one still -l under negotiations and 5 with pending contracts. _. East Tampa Development W Manager, Ed Johnson, said their goal is the as it's always z been. W "We are purchasing the propen erties to help bring in commercial retail development along g: the 22nd Street corridor. It is 0 hoped these purchases will atii tract the interest of developers and potential commercial/re tail That always leads to job creation, and that's very critical for everyone, not just the people of East Tampa." According to Johnson, $724,654 94 was spent in fiscal year 2007, $254,120.56 in fis cal year 2008, and $213,500 in fiscal year 2009. One of the properties, 2808 Banza was donated to the city This is a list of the purchased properties and the total cost of purchase: 2932 and 2934 22nd Street, combined cost $218,473 3319, 3313, 3309 and 3303 22nd Street, 3115 Holmes Street, 2306 Link Street and 2212 East 24th Street, combined cost $459,338.50. 2926,and 2928 North 3608 N. 1 Sth (Comer Of lake) 22nd Street, combined. cost $79,867. 2929 North 21st Street, $53.948.30. 3101 North 22nd Street, $29,668.70. 4309 North 34th Street, 131,456.05. 2425 East MLK, $1,024 2710 East Ellicott Street, $8,041. 2808 Banza, $6,837.50. 2912 and 2914 North 22nd Street, $94,500. 2901 North 22nd Street, $14,000. 2904 North 22nd Street, $38,ooo. 2022 East Columbus Drive, $28,ooo. 2105 East 23rd Avenue, $8,ooo. (contract pending) 2917 North 21st Street, $34,800. (contract pend-ing) 2924 North 22nd Street, $85,000. (contract pending) 3615 North 22nd Street, $43,000 (pending) 3011 North 22nd Street, $1,400 (negotiation) 3335 North 22nd street, $325,000 (contract pending). SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Organization Awarded Nearlv $2 Million To Help Homeless Vets Left to right: Towater, Vice Chair of the Board; Kathy Spearman, President/CEO; Dr. Lois Gaston, Board Chairperson; Bob Atkins, Board Member. (Photography by BRUNSON) BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Volunteers of America wants you to know the organization is here to serve people across the state of Florida and it now has more money to get the job done. The group is a non-profit or ganization that serves more than 2 million people in over 400 communities nationwide. it is one of the largest charities in the U S. The staff recently invited the Florida Sentinel to its state headquarters in Ybor City in an effort to make the public more aware of the serv ices they provide. Volunteers of America got its start well over 100 years ago as a spinoff from the Salvation Army. It opened in Florida in 1920. During its early years it focused on adoptions. How ever, it revamped its structure in 1989, turning its attention to the mentally ill, homeless, veterans and elderly. "To meet those needs, We deal with different lines of services, health support, training, education and hous-IUTOICCID ing," says Ed Quill, the organi zation's Chief Administrative Officer "Housing is our anchor for being in the community." The organization is particu larly focused on housing for homeless war veterans. Quill says 2S% of the nation's popula tion is homeless vets and Floridaranks second in this cat egory. Volunteers of America pro vides housing and other services to meet the needs of this grow ing population and was recently awarded $1.8 million in funding by The Home Depot to assist in its efforts. To qualify for housing assis tance, homeless vets must meet certain criteria set by the office of Veterap.s Administration. Qualified applicants are then re ferred to Volunteers of America and are usually placed on a housing waiting list. For more information on the programs offered by Volunteers of America, go to its website at www.voa.org, or call its Florida headquarters at (813) 282-1525. FREE Professional SerVice Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Service SUpport and Help from the begi1ning to the end. Call B. Patty Local: 813-495 Toll Free 1-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Micllelle B. m


-. -.-. -Restaurant Needs Votes To Win National Contest IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As a means of introducing his latest movie, a popular star is hosting a national contest. And, one Tampa restaurant hopes to get enough online votes to win. The contest is entitled "My Favorite Family Restaurant Competition." Tyler Perry's latest movie, "Madea's Big Happy Family," is promoting the competition, known as "Madea's Restaurant Wars." Two Tampa restaurants, Urban Culinary Cuisine, and Simply Good, are partici patirig in the contest. Other Florida cities participating are Orlando and Miami. Cities in several other states and Wash ington, D.C., are also participat ing. Those wishing to cast votes go on line to www.Madeas RestaurantWars.com, select the restaurant you wish to vote for, and cast your ballot. Those par ticipating have an opportunity to win "The Ultimate Family Dinner," valued at $500, if cho sen. The voting ends on Thurs day, April 21st. The movie \vill begin showing in theaters on Friday, April 2211d. Located in New Tampa, Urban Culinary Cuisine features heart-healthy southern cuisine. The Executive Chef and Coowner, John Saxton, also con ducts "Health & Wellness Lectures" to organizations in terested in providing healthy cooking techniques to its mem bers. Saxton has a Bachelor of Sdence Degree in Health Sci ence. His goal is to target the African American community to share information about healthy eating. During his lectures, he teachers about foods taste good, but that can help reduce choles terol and blood pressure levels. local Activist savs Red light Cameras Are Bad Idea LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Last Thursday, Commu nity Activist, Connie Burton, spoke to the Tampa City Council in opposition to the installation of red light cam eras. Ms. Burton said in her opinion, the cameras are just another way for law enforcement to increase surveillance in predominately Black areas ofthe city. "They tried to justify the cameras saying they are a weapon to combat crime. They also said the cameras are not intrusive and only focus on the tags of vehicles. We have to recognize the fact that we are being economically contained and this i!l just another tool to accomplish that." Ms. Burton said of the 20 locations the cameras are sup posed to be installed, 7 of them are in areas where there is a high volume of Black mo torists. "We don't need government spying on us. We need real economic development programs, and we are going to monitor the new administration and see if things \\Till change. Economically, these cameras \\Till have a detrimen tal effect on our communities." Pain Clinic Closed Due To Code Violations c }< )> ., :0 r ...&. <0 Dr. Sydel Barnes LeGrande's Clinic and Fit ness Center at Tampa Park Plaza has been closed due to code violations. According to Tampa Park Property Manager, Yolanda Anthony, she was informed the clinic was being closed temporarily. Dr. Sybil Rosado, a con sultant and niece of Dr. LeGrande, said the clinic is closing because of a city code violation due to a lack of ap propriate parking spaces "We are trying to get the city to review the current park ing at Tampa Park Plaza We have sufficient parking, but after some zoning changes we DR.SYDELLEGRANDE no longer have that We're ask ing Tampa Park Plaza to allow Dr. LeGrande to get the vari ance she needs. "Believe it or not, we're 20 parking spaces short of what's required by city code. So, until this has been worked out, the N clinic will be closed. We are also requesting a current sur-"""' vey of the Tampa Park Plaza area. Last Tuesday, the Tampa Police Department's Narcotics Squad performed what they called an inspection of the clinic to make sure it was in compliance Tampa Police spokesper son, Janelle McGregor, said detectives do this with all clin ics that offer pain relief med ication "There is no investigation that is ongoing regarding the clinic. These kind of inspec tions are not uncommon with these kind of businesses. Hillsborough Countv Holding Open House 5 In Progress Village For Homeowners Hillsborough County Affordable Housing Sei-vi.ces will be holding an open house in the Progress Village commu nity on Thursday, April 21, 2-8 p. m., to provide detailed in formation and assist home owners with the process to apply for assistance through the County's Housing Pro/ grams. The open house \\Till be set up in the Progress Village Recreation Center, 8701 Progress Village Blvd. This meeting is targeting eligible homeowners whose homes were damaged as a result'of the storms oil March 31. The housing assistance m available includes home rehaZ bilitationjrepair, assistance \'lith insurance deductibles, m and emergency relocation as-1 sistance. For more information, call r r (813) 612-5397. m :! z ., The Head Start Program c:: m r en :::z::: m c is now enrolling GJunty new applicants into their child care program! In acmrdance with the Americans with Olsabllllles M, lhls agency does not disalmlnale based on dlsabilly. 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 child's ability y to rearn : .. : : Additionally for Head Start: \ i. ; .' Have a child who will be 3 years before \[1\{j Have a child between 6 weeks and .23.mOnths ;,}.'( \ Additionally for Expectant Parent: l'rogram: 1 :. t Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy birne.stei and due in June or July ,, HIU.SBOROUGH COUNtY ol m < m c:: m 0 c )> z c "T1 :!:! c Ci) m w


,.... editorials/Columns a; ,.... _, a: a. :<( c en w :::: 1-c a: LL c z w c w J: en :::i ID ::l a. z Iii _, _, 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 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-201 0 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-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 Subscrlptlons-$44.()()-6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-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 Rorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Domestic Violence: Another Silent Killer Every day, millions of"What's Love Got to Do With It?" scenarios are played and replayed in the bedrooms, kitchens, cars, living-rooms and streets of America. Indeed, we are saddened whenever we report injuries and murders of women or men because of domestic abuse. Take, for instance, what happened to a young woman who lives in Tampa and who told a close friend that she was not only verbally harassed by her husband, but that he beat her 3 or 4 times a month, and had been doing so, for years. However, what shocked the young woman's friend was the woman's bruises that resembled. a roadmap across her back, buttocks, and legs. Because her husband was cunning enough to beat his wife where marks wouldn't show, the woman's family and friends were never aware ofthe hellish life she lived. Nevertheless, the young woman refused to report her husband's crime to the police. At last account, she was still being beaten and abused. Could that be your story, too? listen, if you :recognize yourself, do not walk, but RUN :::: ID to your nearest women's shelter, and inform the police. uj THINGS WILL NOT GET BETTER! DO NOT BE AFRAID Z TO SAVE YOURSELF! i= Parents should begin today to warn their children ifj against practicing or allowing abuse. God did not grant en people life only to have it beaten out of them by bullies and psychopaths at home. a: Public Financing 01 Campaigns I ndeed, across America, political campaign mottos are changing from "YES WE CAN" to "IF WE'VE GOT MONEY, WE SURELY WILL!" The shadow such a change casts on the integrity of the American political process is cancerous, at best. Consequently, Congress is currently considering legislation to limit the role of "big-money" interests in congressional campaigns. House Bill 1404 and Senate Bill. 750 known as the Fair Elections Now Act seek to "allow qualified candidates for the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives to receive campaign financing from a public fund instead of from lobby-. ists, big corporations, and other special interest groups" No doubt, recent trends of self-financing by deeppocket candidates for them own gubernatorial campaigns (such as what occurred in California and Florida) as well as the cost of the top ten 2oto Senate races (which often averaged more than $34 niillion) are in the gun sites of political cost-cutters, for good reason. -"'it Such a spendthrift trend if not reigned in, could welW conie a flood of political leadership, bought and paid for CJ by corporate and anti-social interests who could care less for the welfare of the people being governed. Thus, the Hands Oft Medicare And Social Securitv I t is becoming more and more apparent that Re publicans don t give a hoot about senior citizens. Under the guise of trying to fix these two vital entitlements to senior citizens, the GOP is trying to take Social Security and Medicare away. To the Grand Old Party I say hands off of Medicare and Social Security. For so many senior citizens these two things are the only items that separate them from destitute and a decent life during their golden years. So many people are unable to save money or make any in vestments beside Social Secu rity during their productive years. For these people Medicare and Social Security are their I f you get a chance to visit the Smithsonian complex in Washington, D. C., make sure you get to see Gamin, a sculpture by one of America's renowned sculptors, Augusta Savage. Savage was a lead ing Black artist of the Harlem Renaissance (the Black literary and artistic movement of the 192o's). Born in Green Cove Springs, Savage began mak ing small animal and human figures out of clay. In spite of punishment by her father, a Methodist minister, who interher actions as pagan and sinful, she continued to se cretly mold her figures. After the family moved to West Palm Beach, Savage re ceived encouragement from a school principal who paid her to teach other students her art form. Savage attended Tallahas see State Normal School (now Florida A&M University) and then married John Moore in 1907 with whom she bore a daughter, Irene. In 1921, Savage moved to New York City where she stud ied and excelled at Cooper Union Art School. only saving grace. Republicans are talking about ending Medicare and giving seniors a voucher to buy health insur ance on the open market. Imagine a 70-year-old in dividual with a limited govern ment voucher trying to buy health insurance on the open market. They will be dead be fore they can find any cover age. Senior citizens need and must have the security of Medicare. As far as Social Security is concerned, no one who draws the monthly allotment is draw ing a boat-load of money. So many people who draw Social Security do not draw enough money, but they are able to make it. There is talk of raising the retirement age. That may be a In 1923, Savage's fight for equal rights in the arts began when she notified the press of the rejection of her application by an international judging committee to attend an art school in France. World-wide news coverage of the incident caused noted sculptor Hermon Atkins MacNeil to in vite Savage to study with him. During this time, Savage wrote poetry and became friends with Harlem Renais sance artists Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, and Zora Neale Hurston. In 1925, Savage won a full scholarship to the Royal Acad emy of Fine Arts in Rome, but could not attend because of lack of funds to pay for travel and living expenses. By this time, Savage had become na. tionally known for sculptures of Gamin and commissioned busts of famous Black leaders such as Marcus Garvey, Frederick Douglass and James Weldon Johnson. In 1931, when news of her financial need reached the Black community, FAMU teachers, Black women's or ganizations, the National Urban League, Harlem house limited option. We don't want to raise the retirement age so high that by the time people are able to retire they have one foot in the grave yard. Let peo ple retire and enjoy some of life after working for many years. There is a deep concern today over government spend ing and the budget deficit. America has every right to be concerned about those two things. But, don't rob poor people and senior citizens to do it. Cut out all of the tax give aways to big corporations and wealthy people. Once this is done, cut the two billion dollar a month spending on the unwinnable war in Mghanistan. We should save money by shutting down the war in Iraq : altogether. We long ago got rid of Hussein. We have trained their army. The time has come to boogie on out of Iraq. Bring the home and save money. Whatever the Federal Government decides to do, I say, keep your hands off of Medicare and Social Securizy. parties and the Julius Rosen wald Fund sponsored Savage's trip to and enrollment in the Academe del Grande Chau_miere, a leading Paris art school. There, she studied with sculptor Charles Despeau, exhibited her work and won many awards. Upon returning to the United States, Savage became the first Black artist to be elected to the National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors. Soon, Savage opened the Savage Studio of Arts and Crafts in Harlem, where she taught at least 1500 students. Among her students who became nationally known were Jacob Lawrence, Romare Bearden, Ernie Critchow, and Norman Lewis. The school evolved into the Harlem Community Arts Center in 1937 when it was funded by the Federal Works Progress Administration (WP A) and be came a model for other schools across the nation. Savage's most famous and most photographed work was the Lift Every Voice and Sing sculpture commissioned by the 1939 New York World's Fair. Today, some of'her sculp tures may be seen also at the University OfVirginiaArt Mu seum, the Augusta Savage Art Gallery at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the Augusta Savage House and Studio, in Saugerties, New York. But we in Florida claim bragging rights. For, Augusta Fells Savage was a native daughter. Harambee! voting constituency would stand to lose, not to the will of politicalleadex:s, but to the till of fat-cat bankers and corporate Mafiosi. Not only does Congress need to re-create a voluntary, democratic political system, but we voters need to be guaranteed that the men and women we vote for are not puppets pulled by a string of dollar bills. We urge our congressional representatives, therefore, to support H.R. 1404 and S.750. Our Democracy depends on it.


Local Homeowner lniured When Car Smashes Into Home Homeowner, Reginald Mike, Sr., stands next to his car which was also dam.aged in the crash. It was around 3 a.m. Mon day morning, and Reginald Mike had gotten up to get a drink of water. With his water in hand, he sat in his favorite chair in the family room area of his home. Min utes later, Mr. Mike said he heard a loud boom, then the next thing he knew, he and his favorite chair were being throWn across the room. According to Tampa Po lice and Tampa Fire Rescue, a car crashed into the home at 3702 North McBerry, causing extensive damage. The residents have been told they can no longer live in the home and power has been shut off. "After the crash, I saw a man, woman, and child get out ofthe car and start run ning. The woman kept say ing she was sorry." Mrs. Rosetta Mike said she was sleeping when the crash woke her up. "I came to the front of the house and saw the car inside our family room. Then, I saw the girl standing in the yard, and she said she was sorry before running off." Mr. Mike said he, his Ficture from The Fast Mrs. Mattie Grace and Mrs. Rose Jackson were smiling happily while attending the Ponce De Leon Residents Party for senior citizrns. This is what's left of the family room area of a home on McBerry and Street. wife and his son, Reginald, Jr., moved into the house a year ago. The house also had a rear living area where Connie and Harold Brooks were living. Mrs. Brooks said her husband was watching television and she was sleep ing when the crash occurred. "As soon as I heard the noise, I jumped up out of bed." Reginald, Jr., who was sitting outside when the crash occurred, said he saw the car coming up the street. "They were speeding. It seemed they were going about 70 mph, and I could hear screaming coming from inside the car before it crashed. I think they were fighting." Mr. Mike suffered in juries to his back, leg, and head. He was treated and re leased from a local hospital. Mr. Mike said he's un sure about what will happen Preparing Today's .Students for Tomorrow's Workforce! The Florida Lottery's com:initment to education has remained the agency's mission since 1g88. As thousands of students learn, grow and prepare to take the next step in their Careers, the Florida Lottery's commitment to public schools, community colleges, state universities, and financial aid has remained strong. Lottery-funded Bright Futures scholarships have now been awarded to more than half a million students statewide. Because today's students represent tomorrow's workforce, the Florida Lottery will continue to be there every step of the way. next with his family. "We dori't know if insur-., ance Will cover this. Right b now, we're just waiting to see :!! what's going to happen. '2 What we do know is we have .no place to go." The Red Cross has con-tacted the family and will be z offering them temporary m shelter. r-ID The car that crashed into c: the home was towed away, J= and police are conducting an !!l investigation. z ....... ......., .... fi:JU c 2011 Florida Lottery "'U c: ID r-Cii ::J: m c m < m -f c: m en -< )> z c ., :!! -< C) m en


...J a: a.. <( >=' <( c en w ::> ..... c a: u. c z <( c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: en ::i m ::> a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m Happv Birthdav BARBARA BARR And FAMILY Happy belated birthday. From, your family and mother with love. Happy birthday blessings to my wonderful, loving fiance, Mr. L. Dallas. Booky, you are truly the apple of my eyes, priceless is how I would describe what we share. It's just beautiful how God works. Prayers go up and blessings pour down. Happy birthday, Bae. From, your Lisa and the family. Love ya. Happv Birthdav JESSER. SLONE Happy 13th birthday, Jay. Love, your sis, Miracle and mom. ----MIRACLE A. FAGAN Child's School: Sheehy Ele mentary School Child's Name: Miracle A. Fagan Parents: Tammy Fagan and the late Henry Fagan, Jr. Achievements: Honor Roll and Citizenship Hobbies: Dancing, Singing, Bowing and Swimming. Our Military Men&Women Armv Enlistees Complete Basic Training Three members of the U.S. Army recently completed basic training. All three are sta tioned at different military bases. Pvt. Robert E. Duncan graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Knox, Ken tucky. Pvt. Duncan is the son of Carmela Duncan, of Tampa, and the nephew of Patricia Galvan of Kingsville, Texas. Pvt. Duncan graduated from Plant High School in 2010. Pvt. Kali. A. McPhail graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, MO. Her training included basic military training and ad vanced individual training (AIT). Pvt. McPhail is the daughter of Kathy L. Dicarlo, of Tampa. Pvt Chad M. Young graduated from basic combat training. His training took place at Fort Jackson, in Co lumbia, South Carolina. Pvt. Young is the son of Donna Moretz, of Tampa ; and a 2008 graduate of Alonso High School. -All three are now prepared for the next phase of military life


Local c! PartnershiP Meeting Gives Communitv Valuable Information EVANGELINE BEST BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chair, Evangeline Best, opened itsr Tuesday night meeting at the Ragan Park Center by saying how grate ful she was to see new faces in the crowd. "I was very happy to see so many first timers in the audience. I felt they all left with a lot of valuable infor mation and an accurate up date on what we're doing in East Tampa." Among the presentations made during the meeting was one from University of South Florida Associate Pro fessor, Maya Trotz. She presented a project she's un dertaken with Young Middle Magnet School called the "Storm Water Ponds Service Learning Project." Also, City of Tampa Housing Mariager, Sharon West, spoke to the audience about programs that can be used for getting homes reha bilitated. "The city provides grant funding to four community based not-for-profits to make repairs to income qual ified owner-occupied house," said Mrs. West. "These organizations can make repairs up to $20,000 per house and the household income cannot exceed So% area median income. "The homeowners will not have a lien placed against home fur the done. The homeowner will have to submit an applica tion to the not-for-profit to become income qualified and have their home in spected. If deemed eligible, the homeowner and not-for profit will sign the grant agreement outlining the re pairs that will be made. The MAYATROTZ city will inspect all work completed by the not-for profit and their contractors to ensure quality workll)an ship." According to the eligibil ity chart, those who are in terested must fit these qualifications: a family of one, $33,250 in annual in come; family of 2, $38,ooo in annual income; family of 3, $42,750, in annual in come, and a family of 4, $47,500 in annual income. Among the organizations to contact for repair services are The Center (formerly The SHARON WEST Centre For Women), East Tampa Business and Civic Association, Rebuilding To gether Tampa Bay, and Self Reliance. Also, Jerry Williams, a Field Supervisor with the city of Tampa Code Enforcement Office, explained how their process works and what peo ple need to do to submit a complaint. "Your name will be kept confidential. We will follow our regular procedure in handling all complaints, and I can assure you some action will be taken." Schools To Host Celebritv Spelling Bee, Silent Auction c )> "'tJ ::::c ,-..... .!D 1\) 0 ..... ..... Hillsborough County Public Schools magnet pro grams are hosting a "Celebrity Bee & Silent Auc tion" at Blake High School, 1701 N. Blvd Thursday, April 21, 2011, at 6 p .m. The Celebrity Bee & Silent Auc tion is a fundraiser that will benefit the Urban Teaching Academy (UTA). Supervisor of Elections and former Superintendent of Hillsborough County Pub lic Schools, Dr. Earl Lennard will be the Master of Ceremonies. Spellers include School Board member Stacy White, Buccaneers Assistant Coach Joe Baker, radio personality Skip Mahaffey, HillsbOrough Education Foundation board member Brian Funk, Vice President of Zoos for Busch Gardens Mike Boos, Hillsborough County Teacher of the Year Cynthia Crim, and several magnet principals and mag net champion spellers. Funds raised will assist in providing college scholar ships for students enrolled in UTA programs at Blake, Hillsborough and Middle ton. UTA is a rigorous, four year high school program for students aspiring to become teachers in urban schools Students who enter the program in their freshman year and complete all four years will receive a Florida Pre-paid college scholarship. Upon graduation and certifi cation, these students com-. mit to returning to teach in a Hillsborough County public 6 school for three years. )> Tickets must be pur-U> chased in advance. For more information, to make a do-::! nation or to purchase tickets, i!fi contact Debbie Barron at I (813) 272-4872 ,,-m ::! z Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 2607 East 24th Avenue Tampa, FL "'tJ c: aJ ,-(j) ::::1: m c (813) 241-2411 JESUS With Us! Dinner@ 6PM $10.00 @ SPM (Freewill Offering) ; m < m ---4 c: m (J) c ?=< )> z c "T1 2:! c ?=<


Local ...J a: a. <( c (/) w ::J .... New Resident leader Elected BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter After a meeting and elec tion held Monday at Belmont Heights Estates, Ms. Lula Harrell learned she can drop the interim from her title as she was named the new Belmont Heights Estates Residents Association presi dent. Ms. Harrell said she knows she has a lot of work to do, and it will be tough fol lowing in the footsteps of former president, Billi Griffin. "I know what the nisidents want, because I listen to them, and I appreciate the wisdom I received from Ms. Griffin when she was here. LULA. HARRELL new BHE Resident President. "My first task will be to c unite the residents and create a: a non-hostile forum so we sure she s available to all res idents, and participate in community events. LL c z <( c (/) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w :J: (/) ::::i m can voice our grievances and deal with management so the residents don't' feel intimi dated or threatened. Ms. Harrell said as the new president she will bring leadership, attend all meet ings, plan activities, meet with residents, provide residents with exceptional serv ices and programs, make "We need to draw closer as a community, because what bothers some bothers us all. We need to build a better crime watch program, and bring more positive activities into Belmont Heights Estates for our youth. We also want to improve relationships with Tampa Police." ::J a. z i= w ..J ...J ::;:) m ...J w z !z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J LL GOOD FRIDAY The day Christ died, come and find out why it is called Good Friday Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Chr i st hung on the cross from 12Noon to 3 : 00 p.m. During that lime he made seven (7) statements which are now called the seven (7) last words of Jesus on the Cross 11 you are not working or otherwise not busy, busy busy you would want to attend thi s worship experience There will be seven (7) pastors preaching from these words. Please make contact with all your neighbors, co workers and friends to be in attendance. This Is not a dress down service. Our Lord was striped naked for us the least we can do is give Him your best on this day Last se\tn ( 7) words of ,Jesus on the <'ross 1. Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do (Luke 23:34 ) 2. Truly I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise (Luke 23 : 43) 3. Woman behold your son (John 19:26-27) 4 I thinlt (John 19 : 28) 5 My God my GOd, why have you forsaken me (Matthew 27 : 46) 6. It is fini s hed (John 19 : 30) 7. Father, i nto thy hands I comm i t my spirit (Luke 23 : 46 ) Th<'S<' an tlw Pa,ton, that willlw dPii\PI'ing the mPS<;::lg"<' on th<' last S'\'Pn til wonts of ,Jpsus on lh<' l'ross: 1. Rev. T. L. Williams 2. Rev. Donald White 3. Brooklyn l'{elson 4. Rev. John Etheridge I 5. Rev. Randy Randolph I I 6. Rev. John D. Hooks 1 I 7. Rev. Danny Osborne I Local Restaurant To Sponsor Easter Celebration BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Local entertainer and business owner, Cornelius, is announcing that on Easter Sunday, April 24th, he, as owner and operator of Big Bru's Barbecue Restaurant, 'Arill host an Easter Celebra tion, Block Party, and Health Fair at The Walk Church, 8619 North 40th Street. The event is free to the public and some of the food and beverages will be donated by McDonald's Restau rants. Using the theme, "Bring ing Heaven To Tampa Bay," Cornelius said this is just CORNELIUS (BigBru) another way for him to say thanks to all the people who have supported him over the years, and also reach out to the children at the same time. None of us should get so comfortable with ourselves that we forget how we started, and that we needed help along the way. "We are expecting in ex cess of 3oo people to attend the celebration, and they will all be welcomed." As part of the health fair, America Group will be giving free HIV, high blood pressure, and diabetes testing. The Walk Church is pastared by Pastors Ricky and Kari-Ann Navarro. For more information about this event, call (813) 988-4867 Carlton Burgess And Friends To Present Good Friday Service Carlton Burgess has re cruited a group of renowned singers to join him on Friday night, April22, 2011, as Carl ton Burgess and Friends presents a night of praise music and dinner. Burgess will be joined by Dana Mackey, Monique Spivey and Bonnie Whealton for the outing that is for the entire family. Dana is a Stellar nominated gospel recording artist, born and raised in Tampa Monique had the biggest dance hit on the billboard charts in 1999-2000, but has returned to her gospel roots. Bonnie was born and raised in Brooksville. She won 1st place in the 2010 Fine Arts Competition of the Assembly CARLTON BURGESS of God Churches of Florida and placed in the top 10 na-. tionally. She studied piano at the Burgess School of the Arts. Carlton has led worship in the U. S., Europe, West and South Africa. His music DANA MACKEY MONIQUE SPIVEY was on the Grammy award winning Praise Him Live Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir. He serves the community with his school of the arts and the weekly feeding of the homeless, both since 2003. He will be releasing an new CD this summer. The event will be held at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church on Friday evening, April 22, 2011, 3305 N. 15th St. Dinner is served at 6 p. m. with the concert start ing promptly at 8 p. m. There is a required dona. tion for the dinner, but the concert is free and open to the public. (See advertisement in this issue). For more inform1,1tion, please call (813) 242-8383.


Local c Organization Wants To Provide Opportunities For Youth ; BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A new organization, Home Run For Youth, wants to pro vide opportunities and an im proved quality of life through baseball and softba11 instruc tion, recreation and promot ing a healthy life style for area youth. The organization was founded by Duaine Claywell and Marlon Mejia, and they brought in Vernon Slater (a coach a Middleton High School), Roberto Rojas and Christian Diaz to help spread the word and get communities involved. "We believe active physi cal conditioning combined with educational and cultural programs will provide the un derprivileged and challenged youths a path towards realiz ing their potential in sports and academics," said Claywell. "The combination of sports and academics has been a proven gateway to higher education achieve ment, and Home Run For Youth possesses theknow ledge to help youths tap into their potential to attain their goals and dreams." From left to right: Vernon Slater, Roberto Rojas, Duaine Claywell, Marlon Mejia, and Christian Diaz. ested in baseball and softball. We think we have a very am bitious program." the basic fundamentals of the Meeting ""C JJ game, or they just lose inter-1 est. We're also losing a lot of ...... them to football and basket-"' ball. 1\) 0 "It's important that the ::: kids learn the fundamentals first. We will also have clinics for potential coaches to teach them how to teach. Currently, the group has formed a partnership with North Seminole Little League, and they will be con ducting baseball camps in the future at that location. To learn more about this organization, contact Duaine Claywell at (727) 8575603. All of the gentlemen asso ciated with this organization believe through baseball and softball instruction, along with their physical condition ing programs, they will be able to put forth a compre hensive strategic plan that will transform their sports based programs into a well rounded wellness program both physically and mentally. Claywell said they base ball and softball are the vehi cles they will use to get kids involved and help the ones who are struggling. The goal of Home Run For Youth is to provide an after school baseball, softball and physical conditioning program through their base ball academy and learning centers. NUCP To Hold General MembershiP Meeting "11 general public. Members will "We know that most com munities lack the funds to get their kids involved in extra curricular sports," said Clay-well. "We want to go into the inner-city, work with pro grams, and get kids inter-Slater said more than half of the kids coming out of little league programs every play high school baseball. "That's because they lack Members of the Hillsbor ough County NAACP will host their monthly General Mem bership meeting on Thursday, April 21st. The meeting will take place at the USF Cooper Hall, Room 123, beginning at 7 p.m. Parking will be avail:. able on Lot 18B. The meeting is open to the also discuss issues and con-0 cerns from members of the )> community during the meet ing. For additional information contact the branch office at 813-234-8683; or visit the web site at www.hillsboroughnaacp.org. w m z ::! z m r-m c: rrm ::! z "11 JJ c


,... _, a: a. < >"' (! en w Former Baseball Star Doc Gooden Gets Probation For DUI 1-said, is a decent guy who had a good chance of "finishing the game." c u. c z < c en w I-DWIGHT GOODEN Former Mets and Yankees star Dwight Gooden was sentenced Friday to five years of probation for driving under the influence of cocaine and sleeping pills while taking his 5-year-old son to school. Gooden, 46, faced three. years in prison under the terms of a plea agreement he struck with prosecutors several months ago. But Superior Court Judge Donald Venezia said the former pitcher deserved another chance to rid his life of addiction. Gooden, he The judge told the 1985 National League Cy Young Award winner that he should think of himself now as a fourth-inning pitcher who is getting walloped by the opposing batters and whose coaches are contemplating whether to take him out of the game. In this game-of-life analo gy, Venezia said, failure could mean ruining his lega cy, embarrassing his children or even dying at a young age. Gooden, agreed in an interview after the hearing in Hackensack that his life is on the line. "I just have to take it a day at a time, and sometimes an hour at a time," Gooden said. "I can't look at it like I have to do this for 10 years. I just have to look at it like I have to get through today and then deal with tomorrow when it comes." ii: WI--------------------------------------------> w c w :I: en :J m a. z i= w _, BYU Accused 01 Racism Against Black Student Athlete _, m .... w z i= z w en 0 .__ ________ __, .... u. BRANDON DAVIS BYU suspended basketball player BrandQn Davis, after it was discovered that he had sex with his friend, an action that vio lates the religious universi ty's "Honor Code." In a research report written by Darron Smith, the Black Moran and assistant professor at Wichita State writes: "Since 1993, according to our research, at least 70 ath letes have been suspended, dismissed, put on probation, or forced to withdraw from their teams or the school after running afoul of the honor code. Fifty-four of 0 them, or nearly So percent, ,.. are minorities. Forty-one, or almost 6o percent, are black men. Yet a majority of the honor code violations involve Black athletes. bo these numbers mean these athletes "sin" more than everyone else? Hardly. Several former BYU football players told us that their white teammates rou tinely broke the honor code and got away with it, either because they didn't get caught or because their vio lations were covered up In the piece entitled "The Truth About Race, Religion, And The Honor Code At BYU," Smith, who taught courses on race and ethnicity in BYU's sociology department from 1998 to 2005, documents a history of BYU's racism towards Black athletes. The article also takes in accounts from former BYU African-American athletes Tico Pringle, Ray Hudson, and Thomas Stanci, who also faced punishment for violating the school's "Honor Code." The issues at BYu go deeper than the recent suspension of Brandon Davis, and further investigation of the university on grounds of racism might be needed. BoYfriend Of Duke Lacrosse Accuser Dies After Stabbing CRYSTAL MANGUM The boyfriend of the woman who falsely accused Duke Lacrosse players of rape has died. Crystal Mangum was arrested for stabbing her boyfriend, Reginald Daye, following a domestic dispute on April 3rd. Mangum was charged with assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, while the 46-year-old Daye had been taken-to Duke University Hospital. It is still unclear if Daye's death is a direct result from the April 3rd stabbing, and the 32-year-old Magnum could face additional charges, but remains uncharged. In 2006, Magnum, accused three Duke Lacrosse players of rape. The players were declared innocent, and exonerated in 2007. Magnum was also convicted of child abuse m 2010. lawrence Tavlor Declared low Risk Sex onender NEW CITY, N.Y. Former pro football star La wre_pce Taylor, who pleaded guilty In lAWRENCE January to TAYLOR sexual mis-conduct_ arid patronizing a 16-year-old prostitute, was declared a low-risk sex offender on Tuesday, mean ing there will be no photo of the former New York Giants linebacker on public online sex-offender registries. Rockland County Court Judge William Kelly said Taylor was not targeting children and was unlikely to commit the same crime. "He would be awfully foolish to go out and do this again," the judge As to a posted photo, he said, don't see how that's going to make the public any safer." Josh Freeman Gets High Marks From 'MNF' Crew The Monday Night football crew have their eyes set on a young NFL quarterback, and if his team returns to Monday Night Football after a two year absence, they will have a story line in place. The crew is excited about Tampa Bay Buccaneers quar terback Josh Freeman, and former Bucs head coach, Jon Gruden, said he's seen tremendous development with Freeman as he enters his third year. Gruden said credit goes to offensive coordinator Greg Olson and the entire Buccaneer staff for doing an excellent job with Freeman. "But, when a play breaks down, Freeman is pretty good all by himself. I hope he and the Bucs will have a long term relationship." Former NFL (Philadelphia Eagles) quarterback, Ron Jaworski, said he sees all the great throws, but the job JOSH FREEMAN he has working out of NFL Films allows him to hear when these players are miked fora game. "The beautiful thing is that when Freeman is in the huddle in crunch time with the Bucs trialing, you would have thought his team was ahead by 10 points. There's a calm demeanor, which really shows his teammates that he was confident they would get the job done together. Dez Brvant senles One lawsuit Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is settling some of his expensive debts. Bryant reached a settle ment with a New York-based jeweler over non-payment for $246,000 worth of jewelry. Mikel J. Bowers; attorney for A+A Diamonds and Rafaello Company, which filed a suit against Bryant last month, confirmed a settlement was reached but wouldn't disclose the terms. Bryant purchased $267K worth of jewelry from A+A Diamonds LTD d/b/a Rafaello & Company, which makes high-end jewelry for celebrities and athletes. Bryant's attorney, Texas state Sen. Royce West, had said they were trying to settle the issue, which eventually Sports & Games Arts & Crafts Swimming DEZBRYANT happened. Bryant's most expensiv:e purchase was a $6o,ooo cus tom charm bracelet. He made the purchases on four different days last year, spending as much as $144,000 on Feb. 8, 2010, according to court documents. Computer & Technology field Trips Special Interest Camps


Sports Rav Allen Save Celtics RAY ALLEN BOSTON-The New York Knicks must figure out how to finish off games. Just watch the Boston Celtics. The Celtics led for just 6o seconds in the second half until Ray Allen sank a go ahead 3-pointer with 12 sec onds left and beat the Knicks 87-85 in their playoff opener on Sunday night. "Down the stretch we found a way to win," Paul Pierce said, "and that was because of our experience." The Celtics won their NBAhigh 17th championship in 2008 and lost in Game 7 of the finals last year to the Los Angeles Lakers The Knicks, in the playoffs for the first time in seven seasons, last won a postseason game on Apr. 29, 2001. "We can compete with them, obviously," New York coach Mike D'Antoni said. "They made big shots at the end. That 's why they are who they are." The Knicks ability to make those clutch shots may have suffered a blow when Chauncey Billups left with 51 seconds remaining with what he said was a strain in his left knee or thigh muscle. He and D'Antoni said they didn't know his status for Game 2 of the best-of-seven Eastern Conference firstround series on Tuesday night On Sunday, it was Toney Douglas who hit a 3-pointer with 39 seconds left that put the Knicks ahead 85-82. But after a timeout, the Celtics scored just one second later on an alley-oop pass from Rajon Rondo -who had 10 points, 9 rebounds and 9 assists -to Kevin Garnett. Chris Paul leads Hornets Pastlakers .In Stunning Opener LOS ANGELES--Chris Paul and a few teammates sneaked across the street from their hotel to Staples Center the night before the New Orleans Hornets began the postseason, eagerly hoisting up a few shots in the shadows of the Lakers' imposing champioQship banners. With their tumultuous reg ular season finally a memo ry, Paul said the Hornets were almost unbearably eager for the playoffs to start. Maybe that's why New Orleans got the" drop on the defending champs in a stun ning series opener. Paul had 33 points, 14 assists and seven rebounds, flawlessly leading the Hornets down the stretch of a 109-100 victory Sunday. Carl Landry scored 17 points and Jarrett Jack added 15 for the seventhseeded Hornets, who over came Los Angeles' major size advantage with cagey defense and a disciplined offensive approach that led to just three turnovers, tying an NBA playoff record. Kobe Calls Out Teammate Gasol PAU GASOL And KOBE BRYANT Pau Gasol took only nine s hots Sunday, and his lacking game drew the ire of Kobe Bryant. Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins called Gasol soft a month ago, and there was no refuting that on Sunday in the Lakers' 109-100 loss. Gasol played the part and looked it too, leaving the arena with a bandage under his left eye tha t covered a gash DJ Mbenga had opened. "It's up to me to get myself going, be more aggressive, get myself into rhythm," Gasol said. Someone asked if [Lamar] Odom also needed to hike his scoring, and Bryant made clear that wasn't the problem. "Pau is our guy," he said. "He's next in line and gets the responsi bility that comes with it." Colts' Manning Now Father Of Twins PEYrON MANNING INDIANAPOLIS Indianapolis Colts quarter-. back Peyton Manning has a new job, but it doesn't involve throwing footballs -at least not yet. A spokesman for the Marion County Health Department says Manning and wife Ashley are the parents of twins. Spokesman John Althardt says birth certificates filed April 8 show Mosley Thompson Manning and her brother, Marshall Williams Manning were born March 31 in Indianapolis. The births came 10 days after Manning became an uncle. New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning and wife Abby became par ents of a daughter on March 21. BEAUTY UNLIMITED JALVSSA Our Beauty Unlimited feature this week is Jalyssa, who is returning to you by popular demand. Jalyssa is always full of energy and ready to take on any task set before her. But, she's not always serious, and has a fun side that only her friends and others to her ever get a chance to see. Jalyssa enjoys posing for the cam era, and is always the focus of attention no matter where she goes. When it comes to the man in her life, he must be passionate, respectful, ambitious, and spiritual. Congratulations to Jalyssa as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson @flsentinel.com. Brushes ....................................... LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 1\) 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 :::D (J) m z :::! z m r-Ill c: r r-z "'D c: Ill r-(J) :I: m c m < m :::D -< -4 c: m (J) c :J> z c ., :!! c


;: ntertainment luke OHiciaiiV Gucci Mane Wendv Williams: I Used -1 a: a.. <( Running For Mavor To Be In A love Triangle c CJ) UJ ::::> 1-LUTHER CAMPBELL Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell is officially set to begin his campaign trail in a run for Mayor of MiamiDade County. The former 2 Live Crew rapper is one of hvelve peo p l e that filed proper paper work this wee k to run in a special e lection for Mayor on May 24th. Former Mayor, Carlos Alvarez, was re moved from office in a recall election on March 15. Campbell said a big hur dle is getting people to take his Mayor aspirations seri ously. His campaign will focus on economic develop ment, public safety, afford able housing and revitalizing the community. Knocked Out 01 'Dancing With The Stars' c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w Boxing great. Sugar Ray Leonard, and his w partner Anna Trebun> skaya perform on the w 0 celebrity dance competi-w tion series, "Dancing with the Stars," Monday, :::i March 28 in Los Angeles. m ::::> ll. z tu ....1 ....1 ::::> m ....1 w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ....1 LL N ,... w CJ LOS ANGELES -'-Talk about a TKO. Legendary boxer Sugar Ray Leonard was knocked out of the "Dancing With the Stars" ballroom Tuesday one night after earning his highest scores on the hit ABC show. Leonard and his profes sional partner, Anna Trebun skaya, collected 21 points out of 30 for their Viennese waltz on Monday's episode, but viewers failed to keep them as contenders in the compe tition. "That's life, and I put up a good fight," Leonard said. "I will cherish this moment: great friends, great people, great show." Host Tom Bergeron called the 54-year-old Olympian "the heart of the show this season. II Trebunskaya said she and Leonard had fun to gether. "The boxer became a ballet dancer!" she said GUCCIMANE Gucci Mane is reportedly still behind bars after being arrested for pushing a woman out of a moving vehi cle. Mane was taken into po lice custody last Friday and charged with battery and vi olating his probation. According to authorities Gucci was arrested on a warrant that he intentionally caused visible bodily harm to an unnamed female by push ing her out of a moving vehi cle. Mane is still in custody at a Dekalb County, Georgia jail and still waiting for someone to post his $5,700 bail. If and when he makes bail however, the rapper will re portedly be taken to a Fulton County prison where he'll serve time for the probation violation charge.He faces up to 2 years in prison. Kravzie Bone leaving Bone Thugs-N-Harmonv KRAZIEBONE After 20 years, Krayzie Bone has announced that he is leaving the Cleveland, Ohio group Bone Thugs-NHarmony to pursue a solo career and other projects. The 36-year-old veteran rapper made the announcement through a Youtube video that was released on line Thursday. "I will no longer be a part of Bone Tliugs-N-Harmony,"said the rapper. Due to u ncontrollable circum stances, it's basically time for me to move on and just start embarking on different en deavors I've already had planned in my life. Just try ing to go to a whole other level iri the music game, I am trying to grow and become greater a:t what I do." Krayzie Bone, who re leased four solo albums be tween 1999-2005, plans to focus on his own artists and label The Life Entertain ment. NEW YORK --Wendy Williams ma y be the perfect ho st for the new show "Love Triangle"--she says she once was involv e d in one. The 46-year-old said she's dated two m e n at the same time while single and that it was "easy" jugglin g them. The Game Show Network show features men or women involved with two people Williams helps them choose one. She says the program "is an adult show" and that she does not want "to hear about an 18or 21-year-old being in a love W""ENDY WILLIAMS triangle She's more inter ested in "that 35-year-old who's been seeing nvo people, sleeping with both, but neither one knows about each other." The talk show host has been married for 12 years and is the mother of a 10-year-son. Drug Charges Against Mantel Williams Dropped MILWAUKEE-A judge dismissed a drug parapher nalia possession charge against former talk show host Montel Williams; who was briefly detained at a Milwaukee airport in January after a search of his lug gage turned up the. type of pipe commonly used for smoking marijuana. Williams, who says he legally uses marijuana to treat chronic pain caused by multiple sclerosis, was scheduled to stand trial in May on the charge. But a Milwaukee County judge dis missed the case Tuesday at the district attorney's request after the pipe tested negative for the drug, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported MONTEL WILLIAMS Williams lives in New York but is participating in experimental treatment at the University of Wisconsin Madison. He said he forgot the pipe was in his bag, and apologized for inconvenienc: ing the airport security agents, deputies and court system. Williams said he is thankful that he can put the episode behind him. Michael Jackson's Mom, Estate, Clash over Charitv LOS ANGELES --"Heal the world. Make it a better place for you and for me." So sang Michael Jackson in his mega-selling 1992 an them for change. Now the singer's estate and mother could use a little healing themselves as they fight each other over the non-profit Heal the World Foundation, which claims it's the succes sor to the pop star's defunct charity inspired by the song. At stake in the skirmish are trademarks worth millions of dollars and a piece of Jack son's legacy. The dispute, which is play ing out in a federal court in Los Angeles, is the latest ex ample of the sometimes strained relationship be nveen Jackson's family and his estate, which has already earned hundreds of millions of dollars. KATHERINE JACKSON But the fight against the new incarnation of the Heal the World Foundation has also raised questions about which causes the singer would want to focus on if he hadn't abandoned his charity to fight off allegations of child sexual abuse. His mother, Katherine Jackson, left little doubt about her sentiments in a re cent court filing: "It is not my desire, nor would it be the desire of my son Michael, to continue this lawsuit against Heal the World Foundation."


MRS. ANNIE RUTH WOODARD-DO BY Mrs. Annie Ruth WoodardDoby of 2512 E. 12th Avenue, passed away Sunday, April 10, 2011. Homegoing services will be conducted Friday, April 22, 2011 at 12 noon at Bethel A. M. E. Church, 5001 Cumberland Drive with the pastor, Reverend Beverly Lane, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Annie Ruth WoodardDoby was born in Tampa, on January 12, 1956, to the late Freddie Dee Woodson and Ella Mae Woodard. She attended area schools such as Booker T. Washington, Middleton and Hillsborough Community College. Preceding her in death were: her parents, sister, Katie Mae Stevenson; and brothers, Fred and David Woodard. She leaves to cherish loving memories of her: husband, Booker Doby; 2 children, daughter, Harryan Brown; son, Askia Jahbreel Holmes; grandchildren, Fredrick Devron Drayton, Deiontae and Pejhaun Neal, 'Joewelle Williams, Clifford Stewart, Jr. and Jahbreel Holmes; great grandchild, E'nasiah Patterson; brother, Eugene Woodard; sister, Thelma Reddish; niece, Debra Holder; nephew, Leon Stevenson; stepchildren, Karen BrownKing, Sharon Brown, Carmel Doby, Darrell Smith Doby and Tammy Steward; step-grandchildren, Reginald Brown, Brittany Jones, Lat;onia Brown, Darryl Coleman, Xavier King, AL'Lesha Lewis, Aiineka Reeves, Sabre Bryant, Althonso Lewis and Da'Quan Doby; her best friend and godsister, Johnnie Mae Spencer-Moore; and other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 3-6 p. m., Thursday, April 21, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605 Friends are asked to assemble at Bethel A. M. E. Church, 5001 Cumberland Drive at approximately 11:45 a.m., Friday. A WILSON SERVICE" www .wilson-funeralhome.com Fax ( 8 13) 231 0 5 21 Letourmmilytakecareof}uurmmily. '"W eare the keytoa fin eandqualityservice GARY COOPER October 22, 1988 -April 20, 2008 It has been three years and it seems as if it was yesterday when you. were here with us. But, we cherish moments that you were here and will forever keep you in our hearts. Love, your family. MAYOLA (MAE) RUSSELL WALKER 4/19/2008 Surrounded by friends, I am lonesome, in the midst of my joys I am blue, a smile on my face and heartache, longing dear mother for you. Asha. "A Family's Friend In Their Time Of 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON Own e r w..IU1.1..U FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funaralhoma.com CARRIE E. THOMPSON My Mother April 8, 1995 JOSEPH W. MCRAE My Husband April19, 1998 TERENCE R. MCRAE My Son April14, 2002 Remembering all of you is easy, I do it every day. But there is an ache within my heart that will never go away. Loving you always. Your daughter, widow and mother, Cynthia McRae and famiiies. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Margie Carter Nelson, Tampa. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME Ms. Sherrell Ann Oliver. 228 E. Moore Ave., Tampa. GUDES FUNERAL HOME Alice Lynwood, Tampa. Cassandra McCauley, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Ms. Doris L. Raines, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. Angela Edmond, Tampa. Ms. Nakysha p, Hamilton, Tampa. Mr. Kenneth Richardson, Sr. Tampa. Mr. J amaal Tucker, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Dorothy E. MCiver Hawkins, Tampa. (Infant) Daylin Lee Smiley, Tampa. Ms. Inez Washington, Tampa. Mrs. Annie R. WoodardDoby, Tampa. National Gav Man Files Complaint Against Rev. Jesse Jackson, Claims He Cleaned Up Jackson's 'Bodilv Fluids' A form e r g a y employee of the Rainbow PUSH Coalition h a s filed a shocking com plaint ag a inst Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr., and the PUSH organization claiming that he was made to do sexually de moralizing acts and was fired based on his sexual orienta tion. Tommy Bennett filed the lengthy complaint with the City of Chicago Commis sion on Human Relations. TOMMY BENNETT vs. REV. JESSE JACKSON, SR. 'TI r 0 :::0 c )> en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z In the complaint, Bennett who was employed by the Rainbow Coalition from 2007-2009, alleges _that he was discriminated al against shortly after taking the position by workers who refused to C work with him based on his sexual orientation. The most scandalous charges center around Rev. Jackson, who Bennett claims made him complete humiliating" tasks while m working as Jackson's travel assistant, such as escorting women to < and from the minister s hotel and cleaning up bodily fluids by "cleaning up his room after sexual intercourse." < Teenager Sentenced For Murdering Pregnant Mother EDWARDSVILLE Ill. -A teenager was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison for his role in the 2008 torture killing of a pregnant developmentally impaired mother who police say died after weeks of system atic scaldings, beatings, burns from a glue gun and being used as target practice with a BB gun. Benny Wilson, 19, twice declined to address the judge as the last of six defendants sentenced in Dorothy Dixon's death, which police say Wilson admitted con tributing to by routinely shoot ing her with '':BBs "playing around." At least once when he ran out of BBs, an investigator testified Friday, Wilson used a knife to dig the ammunition out of Dixon's flesh and fired them off at Dixon again. -BENNY WILSON Investigators have said .Dixon was a 29-year-old mother with a childlike mind and another baby .on the way when she was found dead in Jan,uary 2008 at Riley's Alton house, where she had been banished to the basement and given little more than a thin rug and a mattress to call her own on the chilly concrete floor -1 c: m en c )> z c 'TI :::0 c C). m


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Classi-fied' s HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened MAY 05, 2011 ""'2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0130-0-2011/CK FURNISH AND INSTALL OF INFRA RED WINDOWS **** MAY 10,2011-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-Q118-0-2011/BG AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SERVICES **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discriminat ion on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin Questions regarding the above may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0116-0-2011(JM) Purchase of Ambient Data System Controllers, Model No. 8832, for the Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission. Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of Environmental Systems Corporation (ESC) Ambient Data System Controllers with Agilaire LLC in the .amount of $34,360.00 The Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission has pre-existing ESC components within the Air Management Division's data system. The Data System Controllers are designed to work in conjunction with ESC data equipment. No other software or hardware package has the proprietary license to this interfacing ESC software and equipment is available only through Agilaire, LLC. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on April 26, 2011. After this date, an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists. Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., County Center, 18th Floor, Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Jock McGiathery, or FAX to (813) 272-6290. For further information call (813) 272-5790. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 17,2011-5:00 PM RPS-S-0164-0-2011/LP, PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES. FOR TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS AND MISCELLANEOUS TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementserv i ces. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0112-0-2011/JM PURCHASE OF Stryker Stretcher and Stair Chair Maintenance For the Fire Rescue Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of preventative maintenance and unscheduled repairs of Stryker Stretcher and Stair Chair Maintenance for a period of three years to Stryker Sales Corporation in the amount of $27,390.00. This procurement is considered a sole source due to Stryker Sales Corporation having sole proprietorship of Stryker stretchers and stair chairs. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Department of Procurement Services must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on 4/26/11. 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