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Florida Sentinel Bulletin.
n Vol. 66, no. 71 (April 26, 2011)
Tampa, Fla. :
b Florida sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.
April 26, 2011
African American newspapers
Hillsborough County (Fla.)
t Florida Sentinel Bulletin.
Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q -a: Q ...1 u.. SEE PAGE 16 VOL. 66 NO. 71 TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Movie Star Comedian Coming To Town SEE PAGE 2 Gospel Artist To. Au-dition For Show '1. Factor' SEE PAGE 9 Elijah Dukes Arrested Again SEE PAGE 16 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECEPTION Hillsborough County held its Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Reception on April17, 2011 at the West Tampa Branch Library. On the program were: Tresa Boykin, Board of Trustees; Vivian Walker, Treasurer; Joyce A. Rus sell, President, Dr. MLKing Scholarship Fund; Stephanie Losurdo, Hillsborough County, who introduced the speaker, Belinthia Berry, Hillsborough County; Velma Glover, HCSO; Antonia Barber and Wally Anderson, Esquire. Hillsborough County employees established the Scholarship Fund in 1988 to commemorate the life and legacy of the slain Civil Rights leader. Donations are made through payroll deductions. City of Tampa employees joined the effort in 1992. A total of $15,000 was awarded to 15 high school seniors who plan to further their education at a college of their choice. The 2011 recipients are shown with Antonia Barber, left, Scholarship Chairperson, and County Commissioner Kevin Beckner, right. The recipients are: Antonio Booth, Armwood High School; Amber Brooks, Middleton High; Jessica Craig, East Bay; Corey Engel, Chamberlain; Max Girling, Plant City High; Analise Griffith, Steinbrenner High; Jordan Kinsey, Tampa Bay Tech; Diandra Latibeaudiere, Freedom High; Michael Lowe, Newsome; Dominique Mapson, Gaither; Andres Plato, Durant; Allazandra Reddick, Durant; Jasmine Roberts, Wharton; Anais Rodriguez, Leto High; and Randell Stephens, Lennard High.
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Local c: New Addition Comes Earlv For Young Mother Patrice n Collier and h e r daughter, Z a l yanna. BY LEON B CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer This is not Patricen Collier' s first pregnanc y Sh e al ready has a year old daughter Aviyanna, so she pre tty much knew what to do prior to leav ing for the hospital. She wasn't due to deliver her s econd daughter, Zalyanna, until May 13th, so there was no sense of urgency. Ms. Collier said every thing was fine Sunday until she suddenly started having sharp pains. She immediately called her mother who came over. "I was very nervous about this pregnancy, arid I think that may have made me go into labor sooner than expect e d, said the 20 year-old. Whe n Ms. Collier's m o th e r a rrived they bo th dis covered s h e was in l a b o r a nd h er m o th e r put h e r in th e car t o t a k e h e r t o th e hospit al. B e for e they c o uld l e ave, it was obvious they wer e n t going t o make it s o h e r mot h e r calle d for a n a m bul a n ce, a nd told th e m what was g oin g on "My mother was cryin g on the phone for the ambul a nce driv e rs to hurry up Sh e do e sn t like to s ee blood a nd sh e wa s afraid I w as g oin g to have the bab y in the car, which I did anywa y Zalyanna was born Sun da y a nd weighed 5 pounds 3 ounc e s Both mother and daughter ar e doing fine, and are still in Brandon Regional Medical Center. Ms. Collier said she can't wait to get home where she can feel more comfortable and be with both of her daughters "At the hospital, Aviyanna got mad when I wouldn't let her hold her sister. She ran away crying, because she thinks it's a baby doll Ms. Collier also said she appreciates all the help the d i s patcher gave in helping them until the ambulance arrived Without the help of t h e dispatcher, I d o n't know how things would have turned out." FREE Professional Service \ Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 l !J For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... "Persona Service Support and Help from the beginning to 1he end. Attorneys An Attorney wiU come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip& Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Patty Advertising Inc. NAACP T o Focus On Criminal Justice Issues c }< )> "'C ::D r-1"1) 0) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor R e cently, the ou g h C ounty Branch of the NAACP cr eate d a new com mittee. Its purpo se is to focus on the crimin a l justice i s sues that pl a gue the Tampa com munity. Th e NAACP e stablished the Criminal Justice Progr a m as part of its effort to build strong families and health communities. The three areas it will target are eliminating employment barriers for for merly incarcerated individu als; sentencing reform; and advancing effective law enforcement. Ms. Natasha Goodley, J. D., Hillsborough County Branch of the NMCP will serve as the Chairperson of the newly created committee. I am very honored to have been selected by President Collins to Chair this newly created committee. I believe it is very necessary within our county, especially considering the alarming re strictions that have been NATASHA GOODLEY J.D. .. Chairperson of newly created NAACP Criminal Justice Committee placed on individuals voting rights. One thing I hope to accomplish is awareness throughout our community. "We have a charge to not only know what is going on within our communities, but also to understand how it ef fects us individually. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., summed it up quite nicely when he stated, 'there is nothing more dangerous than to build a society with a large segment of people in tha t soci e ty who f ee l that the y h ave no stake in it; who fee l = that they have nothing to lo se. P e ople who hav e a stake in their soci e ty, protect that soci e ty, but when they don t h a v e it, they unconsciously want to destroy it, "' she s a id. Ms. Goodley is a gradu ate of Stetson Univ e rsity Col lege of Law in 2005: She is currentl y employed as the Assistant Director at Barry Uni versity in Tampa. During the last year our staff has partnered with key criminal justice advocac y or..: ganizations, allies, and re searchers in building the Smart and Safe initiative frame to advance criminal justice programs across the country. The new initiative is di-0 vided into several areas in cluding: The "Ban The Box" component explores strategic outreach opportunities to re move the questioori about criminal history from em ployment applications; and the All-Alert System focuses on incidents of police mis conduct being reported. ::D c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z 'TI c
..... Editorials/Columns (0 N ...J a: a. <( >-"' <( c en w ::I .,_ c a: u.. 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. 1930-2010 (19n) 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 TOYNETIA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.0D-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Is It Time To Think About A Recall C T he measure of an effective news institution is the de-gree to which it can remain fair and factual. To that > extent, we must admit that party affiliations do not sway our opinions. Intentions and actions are what en prompt our response. We wanted you to understand our W point of view as we make the following comments. There are many things politically that we fail to under>a: stand .. .like how any elected legislator could be so arroW gant and practically "anti" toward everything and > everybody (i.e. teachers, police officers, firefighters, disW abled citizens, senior citizens, children, colleges and universities, women, college students, unions, voters, and J: probably even mothers on Mothers' Day). en We also wonder if such legislators operate the way :::::i they do because they know there currently is no process available for Florida citizens to recall state officials once a. such officials once. Z Why? Take, for instance, what happened recently t:i when an internet petition surfaced requesting Florida to ...J enact a constitUtional amendment, which would give citS izens the right to recall elected officials whom they felt did m not represent their best interests. Many of our legislators ...J hit the roof. We hit "Hi-Five!" As a matter of fact, given the recent behavior oflegisi= lators and our current GUBERNATOR, we suggest a recall Z amendment should be the most important issue on the Tallahassee agenda. Yesterday is when we needed it. <( Today is almost overdue. C Call your local legislators and insist they act to support ii: a constitutional amendment that grants Florida citizens g the right to fight back. u.. IPavback For 2008 Election; I P laywright William Shakespeare said it five hundred years ago. But we're saying it now. WE SMELL A RAT! And it's not in Denmark! Might it be that Florida's currently Republican-controlled legislature is plotting. "payback" for unions, women, early voters, certain minorities who cast early ballots and voted primarily for Democrats, and groups that inadvertently caused thousands of traditionally lethargic Floridians to register to vote? Hmm! From all appearances Senate and House anti-voter legislation hatched by predominantly Republican-led Senators and Tea Party-fed House of Representatives, if brought to a boil, will make it harder for Floridians to register to vote and to cast their votes in the future. Is that where the smell is coming from? As for early voting, nearly 20 percent of state voters voted early in the 2010 General election, and they 'voted up to 15 days before the election. Now, certain legislators (of one party in particular) want to reduce the time early voters can vote to seven days. Why? Could it be that data o::t has revealed early voting played a role in the elecW tion of President Barack Obama? 0 What Tallahassee Tea-Partiers are presently proposif ing would make it difficult-if-not-impossible for voter re-we Must Vote Anvwav Republicans in states across the nation and in the federal government are coming up with laws de signed to disenfranchise or prevent certain people from voting in the 2012 elections They are making every ef fort to insure Republicanvic tories all over the country One popular move is the declawing of unions, longtime supporters of the Democratic Party and its candidates. Laws are being passed or proposed to prevent unions from having the finances to support Demo cratic candidates. But, that isn't the worst thing that they are doing. The latest and probably the most damaging are laws de signed to make it more diffi cult for groups to register Clearly, today's coh,1mn will sound more like a story for a "cloak and dagger" or a James Bond film. The story is true and is about a per son few of us have ever heard about, unless you lived in Chicago during the 1950s or 6os. Abraham Bolden, is a Civil Rights pioneer who worked for President John F. Kennedy." Abraham Bolden's story is one we all should know about Born in East St. Louis, Illi nois, Bolden excelled in music and graduated cum laude from Lincoln University, Mis souri in 1956. Now widowed, Bolden was married for 46 years and is the father of three children. He is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. After graduating from col lege, Bolden began a stellar career in law enforcement, be coming the first Black to work for the Pinkerton National De tective Agency. A few years later, he joined the Illinois State Highway Patrol. In 1959, Bolden was ap pointed to the United States Secret Service by President Dwight D. Eisenhower and was based in Chicago. There, Bolden won commendations potential voters to vote. They want to change or do away with early voting. Finally, they want to prevent voters from casting provisional ballots away from their registered precincts. This law is aimed at college students who voted very heav ily for President Barack Obama in the last presiden tial election Please stay tuned because your Republican Party isn't through. We can't allow the Republican Party to pre vent us from voting. We must register and vote anyway. The election isn't until 2012. We have plenty of time to show Republicans that we intend to be a strong voice and a strong vote in the 2012 elec tion. We need to start register ing now to vote. It is an easy for cracking counterfeit rings. Bolden recounted incidents of racism during the first years of his employment with the Se cret Service, which included being subjected to "Negro jokes, a hangman's noose over his desk and having to live in segregated housing for Black agents during trips to South. In 1964, Bolden met with President John F. Kennedy in Chicago resulting in Kennedy hand-picking Bolden to serve as the first Black agenfon the Secret Ser vice White House Detail in Washington, D.C. Assigned to travel with President Kennedy, Bolden filed numerous com plaints with his superiors re garding the use of racial slurs and a pattern of conduct (heavy drinking) by his fellow agents. Indeed, he claimed fel low agents conduct endan gered President Kennedy's life. Shortly thereafter, Bolden was reassigned to Chicago to handle counterfeiting cases. Three days before President Kennedy was assassinated in Texas, Bolden was a part of a Secret Service effort that pre vented process and only take s a few minutes. We must send the message early and loud and clear that in spite of the Republicans ef forts, we intend to vote in 2012 every time the polls open Blacks and poor people can t afford to sit out the 2012 elec tions Those two groups have really suffered over the past four years and it could have been worse. The Republicans have clearly shown their concern and support of the wealthy and big corporations, while com pletely ignoring the needs and concerns of Blacks and poor people. Do we want that to continue in 2013? If not, then we must register and be ready to vote in 2012. If you think things are bad now, turn the House, the Se nate and the Presidency over to the Republican Party. Sen iors, Blacks, minorities and poor people will really suffer How do we prevent his? We register and vote in large numbers in 2012. Kennedy's assassination in Chicago This information, however, was never made public. Ignoring his superiors' warning to "keep your mouth shut," Bolden planned totestify before the Warren CommiSSIOn, which was Kennedy's as sassination, about Secret Serv ice misconduct. However, on the day Bolden was scheduled to testify, he was arrested on a charge of discussing a $50,000 bribe with a group of counter feiters he had previously arrested. After two trials, he was sentenced to six years in fed eral prison. Later, the main witness against Bolden admitted to perjury, and a lead prosecutor pled the "Fifth Amendment when questioned about his knowledge of the witness's per jury. In spite of these obvious judicial flaws along with bla tantly biased behavior by the trial judge, Bolden's appeals were denied. Interestingly, media sources discovered within the past decade that Bolden was the victim of national security concerns over America's rela tionship with Cuba that are too complex to elaborate on in this column. Upon Bolden's release from prison, he worked as a su pervisor in the auto industry Bolden wrote a book about his experience With the Secret Service; he has appeared on CNN, done a Discovery Channel documentary, and his character appears in the 2011 television mini-series The Kennedy 's. Here's hoping Bolden sells movie rights to his story. Harambee! gistration groups such as the NAACP, ACORN or the League ofWomen Voters to people to vote. Such groups would have only two days to work a miracle. We could go on and on. But we think you've got the picture. Tallahassee is on fire. And a group of elected legislators are striking the matches. We urge a mobilization of interest in the political process. For, truly, these are the times that try Floridians' souls!
Horosco es/Soa s fictures From The fast c Horoscopes c Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Welcome a loved one s assis tance It 's a goo d tim e to s tart an adventure you've b een wa nting. The mor e you l ea rn th e mor e you valu e t rue friends. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Continue your studies a nd with a love d one s e ncouragem e nt your caree r takes off lik e a ro cke t. Focus on skills that provid e profit. Wear your power suit, and gather riches. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Listen to what your partner wants, and see how you can fulfill it. You have the self-discipline to make things happen. Accept their gratitude. What comes around goes around. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Be thrifty and patient, and your re spectful past treatment of others earn you kudos now. Keep fur thering your education, no matter your age. Inquire among friends for opportunities. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Rearrange things for greater ef ficiency. Write in your journal. Stay on track with the help of a friend. Stand up for what you know is right. Shift expectations. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Your charm is captivating. Say the magic words, and ask for what you want. Collect an old debt. Work starts to pay off. Accept another assignment for a bonus. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Postpone expensive socializing. Patience and courtesy are worthwhile practices. You' re the stabi lizing influence. Share the love with others ... and invite them on a picnic Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Communication is key and so is intuition Keep working towards your goals even if at times it feels like there s no progress. Don t give up Do what's required. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)Break through the myth of the "starving artist. You can be creative and make mone y at the same time. Invest in love. Use your imagination. Study what y ou love. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -New information changes your choice The more precision, the more profit Your common sense comes in handy. Keep the energy flowing, and practice steadily Money comes in. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You may not think so, but you're looking good. Keep feeding your inner good wolf, so that it's louder than the bad one. Follow intuition and the map. Trust love Aries (March 21-April19)-Celebrate. Heed the voice of ex perience. Discipline is required. Draw upon hidden resources. Oth ers are saying nice things about you. Provide excellent service. Store away extra provisions. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN -JR continues to try to get back with Marissa; Ryan isn't happy Kendall plans to still go out with Ricky; JR sets up a date for Bianca Amanda tosses out her birth control; Jake is rattled when he finds out that Car a and Tad were in bed to gether; Cara resigns from the hospital. The identity of Erica's captor is at issue; Bianca may fall for Marissa; Caleb and JR argue. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Ridge scrambles to help his wife and son; Bill tells Justin about his failed therapy session; Steffy reaches out to Bill in her time of need; the Forrester family tries to shield RJ from learning a devastating truth. Ridge hires experts to help him on his mission; Bill and Katie grow closer emotionally; the Logan family gathers to await word from Ridge; Hope turns to Liam for comfort. Ridge and Taylor take off on their own to solve their current problem which brings them closer; Steffy 's affection for Bill intensifies because of his willingness to help her family. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Theo and Ciara meet a runaway named Leah; Dario finds impostor Rafe with Alicia at the loft; Victor learns that Chloe is living with Maggie; Victor apologizes to Melanie for the way Philip hurt her. Victor thanks Maggie for helping him and Brady reconcile; Maggie and Melani e argue about Chloe; EJ in forms Stefano that he plans to divorce Nicole ; impostor Rafe finds Ciara and Thea by the side of the road; Nicole overhears Vivian and Gus on the pier. Chad accepts the DiM era summer job from Stefano; EJ tells Taylor he plans to divorce Nicole; Bo asks impostor Rafe how he found the children; Nicole shares with Chloe her theory about EJ and Stefano holding Rafe captive in the DiM era basement GENERAL HOSPITAL-Abby is arrested for Brandon 's mur der; Maxie tries to set up Liz; a se lf-destructive Luke rants to Sam about Jason. Sonny struggles to talk Luke down from self -d estruc t i on; Dante may stcip Ronnie from using Michael's false confession; Maxie encourages Liz to tell the truth about Aiden Robin advises Brenda to get a DNA test to put to rest any doubts Sonny has a bout Lucian; Robin and P a trick mak e d a te-night plans, ass uming Emma is safe with Kristina babysitting; Kristina supports Ethan as he struggles with his father's alcoholism. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Natalie confronts Marty about why Marty's carrying around Liam 's paternity-test results; Blair looks forward her date with Tomas; Rama and Cristian grow a littl e closer Tess and Ford prepare for the outcome of their custody suit; Joey and Natalie visit a sedated Clint; Deanna hop es to rekindle her romance with James. A struggle for dominance plays o ut betw ee n Jean and Viki; Ford and T ess d o n t want Niki rev ea l ed; Viki passes out, overwhelmed and exh a ust e d YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -D a niel receives hi s t es t re sults; Jack refuse s to give Phyllis a seco nd chance. Dan i e l confesses to Abby; Chloe lash es out at Billy and Victoria Abby questions Daniel's loyalty; Jana holds Kevin hostage. These folks were in attendance at the annual Florida Mortician Dance: Ruth Brown, Marie Sheehy, Veronica Blanco and Professor V. Sheehy. )> "'tJ :II r-1\) 0) 1\) 0 ..... ..... ., r-0 :II C/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c r rm :::! z "'tJ c aJ r-Ci) ::1: The Clerical and Professional Organization celebrated with a Christmas Party during the holiday season. In attendance were: Rose Duhart, Clara Duhart Patter-m son and Marie Beard. < m :a -< -4 c m C/) c )> z c ., :a c 'Around The Town' caught this family enjoying a sporting event at Tampa Stadium. 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c.o N ...J a: a. TBT Senior. Described As East Tampa's Hidden Jewel' < >< c (IJ w BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWrite r 1= Eas t T a mp a Commu n i ty R evi t a li za ti o n P art n e r s h ip C h air, Evangeline Best, said n ot hin g m a k es h er feel more humble tha n t o see a youn g l a d y d o well in sc hool. Ebony Smith i s n t a st ra nger to Ms. B est. Dur i n g h e r yea rs as a S oc i a l S ervice s e mplo y e e with Hill s b o r o u g h County Ms. Best met Ebony, a nd the me e ting left an impre ss ion on both of them. Now a senior at Tampa Bay Vo-Tech High School Ms. Best considers Ebony An East Tampa Hidden Jewel, and is proud of her accomplishments. Ebony, described as both brilliant and beautiful, is the daughter of AlexanC der and Kimberly Smith, a: and has three older sisters. LL c z < c en w :::: t-fi: w > w c w J: en :::i m ::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL "Ebony is very wise strong minded, outgoing responsible, encouraging, loving, a strong leader, and a great role model for The Smith family: (l tor): Ebony, Kisha, AI Kimberly, Sharolyn and Chrisanne. many," said her pare nts. She has a s.o GPA a:nd has been academically solid since she was elementary school." Ebony's parents said she passed all of the quali ties of leadership by the age of14 when she began work ing at a local McDonald s Restaurant After only three years, Ebony became a certified assistant manager and later moved on to work at Five Guys Burgers and at a downtown insurance com pany. She did all this while a full time student in school. Ebony is involved in several clubs at school and appreciates the mentorship she received from Ms. Best. Ebony's goal is to be-. -. : : : .. -. -. : :' .-:--. : workshop is to provide an overview/lnfonnation on the legal topics listed so the Individual can be lnfonned on the law and how It operates. No pro bono services will be provided. ff you have any specific legs/Issues you should consult your attorney. com e a n attorney, focusing on ente rt a inm ent a nd int e r n a ti o n a l l aw. Ebony h as r ece i ve d offer s t o atte nd H oward Uni vers i ty, the Uni ve r s i ty o f F l orida, F l o rid a A&M Uni ve r si ty, a nd H arva rd and Princeton universiti e s Sh e h as s e l ec t e d Ho ward Uni v ersit y i n Washing t o n D .C., a nd we a r e very pr o ud o f h e r a nd we wa nt all of h er drea m s t o co m e t ru e," sa id h e r par ents. Senate Bill2152 'Bad For Tampa, Bad For Florida' BYTAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer State Senators in Talla hassee are proposing a bill that could change the way money is spent for local transportation needs. Sen ate Bill 2152 would consoli date three of the State's independent local toll agen cies into Florida s Turnpike s y stem. Florida Senators say the move would cut costs, but thos e who oppose the bill say it will slash local jobs and in crease tolls on roadways such as the Lee Roy Selmon Crosstown Expressway. Joseph Waggoner, Jr. is the E x ecutive Director of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway ity. He sa y s what the bill does is roll the Tampa Ex pressway Authority and the Orange County Expressway Authority under the um brella of the Turnpike sys tem, allowing mone y generated for those roads to be used to fund road projects across the state. "The Turnpike does not answer to local businesses or citizens who pay the tolls, or to locally elected officials like those who sit on THEA's Board. The Florida Legislature appro v es the Turnpike budget and bureaucrats de cide where Turnpike funds are spent THEA was created to ad dress local transportation concerns quickly. If the Turnpike controls Tampa Bay's transportation priori ties it could take years to ad dress Tampa Bay's issues, placing us behind other re gions of the state. There are also other con cerns. Waggoner says the change c ould cut deeper into the pockets oflocal residents who are currently struggling to make ends meet by drasticall y ratsmg tolls on all Turnpike roads. As the bill stands toda y with the language that's still there [it calls for] the elimi nation of the SunPass dis count. [Drivers] could possibly see a 33% toll rate increase on the Selmon by 2012 Job creation is another issue. According to Waggoner, The Tampa-Hills borough Expressway Authority has a current proj ect that will generate up to 1 ,500 jobs this year in the Tampa area He sa y s the proposed Turnpike takeover could put those jobs at risk. State Senator Don Gaetz is a strong supporter of the bill. He represents District 4 which includes areas from Pensacola to Panama City He spoke with the Sen tinel by phone and says, "The bill was a proposal from the Florida Depart ment of Transportation." He charged FDOT wi _th finding ways to save taxpayers money. "By consolidating two expressways and one bridge into one there are two results : $24 million in annual recurring savings by illuminating duplicative and triplicate administration overhead cost and $1.7 bil lion in additional trans portational infrastructure, because of the consolidation, which results in a better credit rating, therefore [al lowing the state] to build more roads with the same amount of borrowed money with the same interest rate." Gaetz says he feels that as taxpayers are doing what they can to cut cost in their own households, "the Gov ernment ought to do what i t can to illuminate duplicate spending. A final decision on the bill could come in two weeks.
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-i c Local Gospel Anist To Audition For Hit Television Show King Cobra Enterprise Gospe l Artist KSAM, will be auditioning for the hit television s how "X-Fac tor, hosted by Simon Cowell, formerly of American Idol. KSAM is a Tampa native and has always bee n a leader in the community and an over-achiever in whatever he puts his mind to. H e was an outstanding athlete at King High school and captain of the football and track teams. As has been the case with a lot of young Black men, KSAM's life took a down ward spiral that resulted in him serving some time in prison. While in prison, KSAM had time to think about his life and what his future would hold if he continued to travel down a path of destruction. "It was at that point, I decided to rededicate my life back to Our Lord and Savior Christ. I made KSAM the transition from performing secular rap to performing Gospel rap. That was a life-altering decision forme." KSAM has since been rapping and spreading the Gospel for the past seven years. He has also teamed up with future super producer, Jonathan Thomas. Recently, he made an appearance on "The Michelle B. Patty and King Cobra Gospel Morning Show. It was after that he decided to sign with King Cobra Enterprises Artist Management. King Cobra said how could h e say no to KSAM. During the interview after I heard his second song, I heard a voice saying this music has no business just sitting on a CD. It must be shared with the world and I knew I had the means the know how to do it." King Cobra said this is a defining moment, not just for KSAM but for the Tampa bay community. "It's time for Tampa Bay to shine within the music industry and that time is now. KSAM is the right artist to make it happen." KSAM's audition will be at the Dallas, Texas Convention Center on May 26th, and we are asking for the community to support him. Additional Performers: Warren Davis, Tampa Bay Tech Step Team, Helen Miller, Spiritual Vocalettes And Celine Wright. Randall C From WTMP Will Be The MC. Arrive Earlyl Doors Open @ &P.M. -Tickets Sold At The Door. $15 General Admission $20 Reserved Seats. High School Recognizes Teenage Standard Barriers BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer The Academy of th e Holy Names honors the first graduates of its pilot sc hol arship program. AHN, as the school is often referre d as, is an all-girl Catholic Preparatory High School that sits on Bayshore Boulevard. The school has educated thousands of Bay Area children since its start in the late 18oos, offering private education from Pre K to 12th grade. It prides itself on embracing and attracting a more diverse student body, but Debbie Gavalas-Ritchie, Director of Advancement at the Academy says the school was falling short in that area. It decided to reach out to the African American communi ty in the form of providing scholarships to students who were interested in receiving an education at AHN, but didn't have the means to do so. "We wanted to give them an opportunity for what we feel is the very best education," says GavalasRitchie. The school established the Link Scholarship Program in 2007 offering full scholarships to four female high school students with African American backgrounds. Those students, Jazmin Woods, Derecia Timmons, Essence Grant and Noela Lalime are all set to graduate next month from AHN and will begin college in the fall. "If I could speak on their behalf," says GavalasRitchie, they would say it was a wonderful experience Jazmin Woods didn' t want to come to an all-girls school, but her mother believed the opportunity was important to Jazmin's future. She has excelled. Every year she goes to the state competition for Spanish. Derecia Timmons is Student Council VicePresident." The girls will share details of their experience at a lun cheon Tuesday (today), April 26, 2011, where they will meet the people who made their scholarships possible. Gavalas-Ritchie says the program is thriving. Fourteen students (!re now part of the program and four full scholarships are awarded each year to new students. For more information on the school and the Link Scholarship Program, call (813) 839-5371 ext. 373 or log on to www.holynamest pa.org. 3rd Annual Stand Against Racism ST. PETERSBURG On Friday April 29 2011 67:3 0 p. m., the YWCA of Tampa Bay, together with 7 partner organizations, will host the 3rd Annual Stand Against Racism at the Carter G. Woodson African American Museum 2240 9th Ave. S. The evening will include speak ers, poetry music, a diversity slideshow and refreshments. The event is free and open to the public. SIS. DONNA BROWN .,.__ Bring a friend and share tn the spiritual explosion! If you miss it, you wilr miss a blessing! BE THERE!!!! SIS. MAB.JSSA BROWN Chair Preddeat c )> "tt JJ I""" 1\) 0) 1\) 0 ..... ..... "T1 I""" 0 JJ C/) m z -i z m r-m c r r-!!l z "tt c m r-Cii :::1: m c m -i c m C/) c )> z c "T1 :!:! c
Local <0 N _, a: Gospel Concert Honors Firstladv Manie Murrav <( Honoree, First Lady Mattie Murray with Mother Gladys Birkette. Anyone that has read the Bible is familiar with Proverbs 31, "The Virtuous c Woman." Man y have asked ii: the que s tion, what does it u. t '1?' C en m. z First and foremost, The <( Virtuous Woman" is Godfearing a mother, mentor, as sister that guides and leads w She sets high standards for many; always well-dressed, > well-spoken and very pleasffi ant. Mattie Murray is a [; perfect example of this C woman. w On Sunday, April 17th, the First Lady Support :J Group of New Greater Friendship M. B. Church, held the 7th Annual Appreci Z ation Musical in her honor. tlj This gratitude is due to her for paving the way for not :::::1 only pastors' wives, but m women of all walks of life. Lrl The theme was An Evening in Purple, and the !z M urray Gospel Chorus opened with an awesome <( version of Let It Rise." 9 Mother Gladys Birkette dedicated "The Best Is Yet To _, Come" to her sister. In addiu. tion, A. Renee' Thornton sang one of Mrs. Murray's favorites, a rendition of His Eye Is On The Sparrow. But it was Thornton singing an original song she penned "I Gave It To The Lord, that brought the congregation to tears, and to their feet! Many traveled from near and far to celebrate the First Lady s special day. The con gregation as well was elo quently dressed in their of purple. They showered Sister Murray with gifts and a stream of accolades. The evening was not com plete without giving Mrs. Murray a basket of flowers filled with an assortment of passionate plums, blooms, to lady-like lavender The many shades of purple signify roy alty, pride, dignity and admi ration. The First Lady continues to live a virtuous life serving God with her husband, Rev Madison Murray, Sr. (Article and photos courtesy of Good News Entertainment; Photos also by Julia Jackson) The Tremendous Tampa District A.Ml Church 0 .,.. REVEREND HENRY E. GREEN, JR., PRESIDING ELDER PRESENTS ... SPIRIIfllUIIRIVIl When: Tuesday, April 26 Through Thursday, April 28, 2011 Where: Allen Temple A. M. E. Church 2101 E. Lowe Street Tampa, FL 33605 Reverend Michael K. Bouie, Host Pastor Time: 7 P.M. Nightly Guest Evangelist THE REVEREND DR. CHARLES E. BOOTH MI. Olivet Baptist Church Columbus, OH "Come Experience The Anointing" Vivian Cole, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Murray and A. Renee Thornton. Deacon Arthur Cannon in attendance. Minister of Music, Dorthenia Jackson. Mary Upshaw attended the program. Members of First Baptist Progress Village in attendance were Lucille Beck and Willie Ruth Miller. Hodges Taylor and Rev. Ronnie Murray, son of First Lady and Rev. Murray. Quinton Murray, grandson of Mrs. Murray and Tianna Edwards. Sandra Singletary and Deacon Anthony White attended the celebration.. 'coize Godwin and Betty Bell.
____________________ ________________________________ _,rn East Tampa Group Gives Howard W. Blake Class Of 1969 Updates On Neighborhood cu ::-; ru Stabilization Program "u, : BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter During their monthly meeting on April 12th the East Tampa Community Revital ization Partnership Group re leased updated information about the East Tampa Neigh borhood Stabilization Program. It was first noted that the City of Tampa has committed to complete 120 residential units as part of the program in East Tampa. The not-for profit organizations, develop ers and contractors submitted proposals, and ap proved as providers were the CDC of Tampa, C.O.A.C.H. Foundation, East Tampa Business and Civic Associa tion, Florida Home Partner ship, Catholic Charities, Mental Health Care, Crosland, and Alexander In corporated. As part of the program, single family foreclosed houses will be acquired and rehabilitated with new roofs, electrical, plumbing, win dows and made energy effi cient. These homes will be sold to income qualified hous e holds who earn up to 120% area median income. Currently, the East Tampa housing providers have iden tified 12 foreclosed residen fial properties to acquire and rehabilitate. They are being evaluated for suitability. Mental Health Care is in the process of acquiring Eliz abeth Arms, 4115 Carnegie Street, just east of 40th Street. Elizabeth Arms is a ss-unit complex. The East Tampa Business and Civic Association is pur suing the acquisition of tv.-o buildings with 4 apartmen t s each at 1201 and 1203 East Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard Also, a proposal from 22"ct Street assemblage from Carlisle Developers is to build between 35 and so rental units is being evalu ated. Blake Alumnies of 1969 are celebrating their 6oth birthday with a party June 18, 2011, "Harlem Night Style," slick and sassy! Class members and friends who haven't decided yet, or need more information, please call (813) 935-6494 or (813) 244-1185. Don't forget our event on May 7th. Fun, fun, fun! 0 .... .... ., r 0 :!:! CJ) m z ::! z m r m c: I r !!1 z "tJ c: m r Cii ::E: m c m < m ::c < c: m CJ) c z c ., ::c c
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The youngsters C range in age from 4 years to ffi 14 years of age I; Hayes said they are a non-a:> profit 501 (c) 3 organization W and are currently trying to > raise funds for the upcoming W season. Practice begins on fi} July nth and the season ::I: begins on August 2oth. As the club prepares to m enter its sth season, he stated, Our primary objectiv e is z to promote the importance i= of education and self-pride ROGER HAYES, JR. President, Head Coach of Seniors Division through football and cheer leading. But Sulphur Springs is an underprivileged and underserved community." "We know the struggles of our parents and we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to participate. In an effort to continue to provide the children with superior equipment and uniforms without increasing registration fees, we are turning to the community, companies, and organizations for assistance and sup port." Hayes further stated that all donations go directly to the league He further sta t ed that they are anticipating about 200 participants. For additional information about the organization or to make a contribution call (813) 699-0778. w -------------------------------------------...1 ..J :::1 m .. &hesdBildlttdW Are You Tampa's Hottest Mom? Includes: Four (4) days Hotel Asomodations at Deerfield Beach Resort One ( 1) Spa Treatment at Planet Message P inner for. (4) at Johnny v Rental Car usage r BucsHopeT o Build On Recent Draft Success Ta mp a B ay n ee d s a p ass r u s h er. St a ti s ti cs s u gges t it, N F L dra ft ana lyst s believe it a nd e ve n Bu c c a n eers general m a n a g e r Mark Dominik conced es it Yes, a defensive end with the ability to put heat on quarterbacks is the most pressing need for a team that won 10 games and narrowly missed making the playoffs last season Tampa Bay ranked 30th among 32 teams in sacks with 26 a year ago, despite using their first two picks in the 2010 draft on a pair of defensive tackles who arrived with strong pass rushing resumes from college. Gerald McCoy, the third overall pick behind Sam Bradford and Ndamukong Suh, got off to a slow start in an injury shortened rookie season and finished with three sacks in 13 g ames Florida's Janoris Jenkins Faces Second Mariiuana Charge JANORIS JENKINS Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins has been cited for alleged marijuana us e for the second time in the past three months since deciding to forgo the NFL draft. Florida cornerback Jan oris Jenkins decided to return for his senior season r ather than ente r the NFL draft The Gainesville Police Department claims Jenkins, 22, was smoking a cigar in a car in a parking lot and when approached by police left the vehicle and began to walk away A police statement claims a "burnt cannabis cigar was found in the car's center console. Jenkins, an former, was given a notice to appear in court In the first incident in January, police allegedly saw Jenkins in downtown Gainesville with a clear bag of cannabis, trying to roll a cigarette. Jenkins was also given a citation then to appear in court. Police: Wife Stabbed Brandon Marshall Dolphins Pro Bowl r ece i ver Brandon Marshall was r e l e a se d from the hospita l S aturday aft e r what polic e s a id w a s a domestic-violenc e incident in which h e was stabbe d by his wife with a kitchen knife Friday in the Miami area. Marshall's wife, Michi Nogami-Marshall, 26, was arrested Friday by the Broward County Sheriff's Office on a domestic--vio lence charge of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. NogamiMarshall was released from jail on a $7,500 Saturday afternoon. Brandon Marshall ini tially told police he slipped and fell onto a broken glass vase, but according to the report, police found no blood or evidence to sub-BRANDON MARSHALL And Wife, MICHl l"JOGAMI-MARSHALL stantiate that statement and said both Marshall and his wife provided little informa tion -Marshall, 27, was taken to Broward General Hospital in Fort Lauderdale by car and underwent surgery late Friday night for a stab wound to the stomach. No vital organs were pierced in the incident, and doctors have told him that Marshall will be 0 K in two to three weeks, sources said. Repon Shows Jalen Rose Failed Tests Before Arrest DETROIT -Former Michigan and NBA player J alen Rose told authorities he hadn't been drinking and performed poorly on several tests to determine if he was intoxicated after rolling his Cadillac Escalade on a snowy Michigan road, according to a police report The report said Rose regis tered a o.o88 blood-alcohol level two hours after the Marcl_ln crash. Michigan s l e gal limit is o.o8. Rose, 38, was a rrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. He was driving the 2004 SUV along Walnut Lake Road when it veered off the roadway about 2 :10 a.m. and rolled over. Neither Rose nor his female passenger was hurt in the crash After he was taken into custody, an incar police v i d e o showed R o s e stretche d JALEN ROSE across the rear seat of a patrol car There s no reason to arrest me, Rose told the officer. When he was told it was for driving while intoxicated, Rose replied: "For what, sir? But I haven't been drinking. At one point, he asked "what does .08 inean after being told of the results of his test. takers _Show PSA After Kobe Brvant's Anti-Gav Slur LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Lakers have debuted a public'-service announcement at Staples Center in response to Kobe.Bryant's anti-gay slur. Bryant and four teammates appeared in the PSA released durin_g the second quarter. of Wednesday night's playoff game against the New-Orleans }iornets The Lakers speak out about respecting different kinds of people in the world, with Bryant noting that words can be hurtful in regard to sexual ori entation. Bryant was fined $100,000 bytheNBA for using a common homophobic slur in frustration over a refer-KOBE BRYANT -ee's call. The Lakers ag:.;eed to work with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation after Bryant's apology
Sports Percentage 01 Black Plavers In MLB Drops Again NEW YORK -The percentage of black players in Major League Baseball dropped aga in on opening day this year even as the league again received a top overall grade for racial diversity. MLB's grade for gender hiring declined slightly, according to the annual study released. MLB received an A for racial diversity, the same grade as last year, and a B-minus for gender, down from a B. Its overall grade remained a B-plus. The percentage of Black players dropped to 8.5 percent on opening day this year, down from 10 percent at the start of last season and its lowest level since 2007. The percentage of Latino players dropped from 28-4 percent to 27 percent MLB's lowest since 1999's 26 percent. Bosh Denies Marriage Repon CHRIS BOSH And ADRIENNE WILLIAMS One of Miami's superstar couples may have said "I do." But Chris Bosh, the groom in question, says he didn t. At least not yet. The gossip website TMZ.com reported that Heat forward Bosh, 27, married his fiance, Adrienne Williams, 26, on April 9 The website tweeted out the news Saturday morning. A purported marriage license posted on the website says the couple was married by a member of the clergy in Miami Beach. Judge savs Carl lewis OK To Run For NJ OHice Former Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis, right, gets a hug and kiss from his mother, Evelyn Lewis after he announced his candidacy for a New Jersey state Senate seat in the 8th Legislative District. TRENTON, NJ -Ninetime Olympic gold medalist Carl Lewis should be allowed to continue his bid for the New Jersey Senate because Republicans have failed to prove he doesn't live in the state, a judge ruled Wednesday. Administrative Law Judge John Schuster III recommended that a petition to strip Lewis' name from the June primary ballot be dis missed. The judge cautioned that he had not found that Lewis, among the greatest athletes of all time, had attained residency status -only that the challengers didn't meet the burden of proof that he lives elsewhere. Lewis, who as a track star in the 1980s and '9os was noted for his blistering pace and dominance of the long jump and 100-meter dash, is a Democrat making his first run for elected office. Republicans challenged his bid to run in the primary by claiming he had not lived in the state the required four years. The judge, who heard the case only a day before he issued his nonbinding decision, said the time constraints prohibited a record from being fully developed. That could be significant as his initial decision on Lewis' political future is forwarded to Republican Secretary of State Kim Guadagno, who's required to adopt, modify or reject it by Thursday's deadline. 76ers Rallv To Beat Heat 86-82 lnGame4 PHILADELPHI A -The sweep for the Heat was 95 seconds away. Miami held a six-point l ead, had Th e Big Three on the court and a bevy of clutch pl ays b e hind them. All the 76ers had was their unwavering bellef. When they told Doug Collins in the huddle late in the game, "We're going back to Miami," his reply was a simple one "I'll be there with you," said Collins, the Sixers coach. Lou Williams proved the Sixers right, hitting the goahead 3-pointer from the top of the arc over a lunging Dwyane Wade with 8.1 seconds left that lifted Philadelphia to an 86-82 win over the Heat on Sunday and avoided a sweep. Marketing Veteran Richie NewWNBA President LAURELJ. RICHIE NEW YORK Vetera1i. marketin g exec utive Laurel J. Richie was hired to le a d the WNBA on Thursday, becoming the league's third president as it enters its 15th season. Richie brings more than three decades of experience in consumer marketing, cor porate branding, public rela tions and corporate management, NBA commissioner David Stern said. She has worked for Ogilvy and Mather, and served most recently as senior vice president and chief market ing officer for Girl Scouts of the USA. She replaces Donna Orender, who resigned in December. Support The Florida Sentine Advertisers BEAUTY UNLIMITED KINETA I hope this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture, Kineta, will help you forget all about the hot and humid. days ahead. This young lady has no problem being the focus of attention, and is also a fun person to be with. Kineta never forgets her friends, and has special plans for her future. The man in Kineta's life must be really special, and still manage to be humble. He must be a proud man with tons of pride, yet respectful of others and his lady. Congratulations to Kineta 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. 9" Roller ...................................... $1 ..................................... LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! ...:.e c: m (/) c )> ""0 JJ r I\) 0') I\) 0 .... .... "TI r 0 2:! $! (/) m z :::! z m r OJ c: r r m :::! z ""0 c: tD c::: (/) ::I: m c m < m JJ -< c: m (/) c ?< )> z c "TI JJ c ?<
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MS.MAEOLA CANNEDY Homegoing services for Ms. Maeola Cannedy who passed away on April14, 2011, will be held Wednesday, April 27, 2011, at 2 p. m. at the 40th Street Baptist Church, 6020 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, with the pastor, Rev. Dr. George Sadler, officiating, and Minister David Dunn, assisting. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, 33610. Ms. Maeola Cannedy was a faithful member of the 40th Street Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Mrs. Minnie Collier; son, Carey; daughter, Darlene, and 15 siblings. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving sister, Rebecca L. Baker; a grandson; a host of nieces and nephews, great nieces and great nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. The visitation for Ms. Maeola Cannedy will be held this Tuesday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610 . Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m., Wednesday. A HARMON BURIAL Le t ourfumilytake ciu-e o f )'Our fumily 'We are the key t o a finea11dqu.alityservice" CRlSlS c = PRIC E S HAIIMJff. St ree t Tampa, Florida 33610 "A Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMY JACKSON ... Owner "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. PEARLINE C. BILLUPS Mrs. Pearline C. Billups of 4106 W. Nassau Street, passed away Thursday, April 21,2011. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, April 29, 2011, at 11 a. m . at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, with Rev. Henry Lyons, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Myrtle Hill Memorial Park. Mrs. Billups was a native of Athens, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 62 years. She attended schools in the School District of Clarke County, Athens, Georgia, and was a member of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, Tampa. She was employed as a domestic worker and caregiver for the Lacy and Starr families. She leaves to cherish her memory: sons, Leroy Henry Billups (Jeanette) of New Port Richey, FL, and Clarence James Barnett (Scellar) of Springhill, FL; grandchildren, Jermel C. Billups, Undreya J. Billups, Detra Dixon (Walter), Arlene Kelley (Keith), and Katina Barnett; great grandchildren, Dominiqua (U. S. Navy), Gregory, Keishawn, Aliah, Kavon, Jalen, Ariana and Willie; favorite nieces, Louise Williams and Ruby Johnson; and a host of cousins, as well as devoted neighbors and friends. The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m., Thursday, April 28, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners www.ravwilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS. KATIE MAE NORTON You're sadly missed by husband, John Norton, family and friends. \\' e love you and miss you dearly. EMMA LEE THE LEGEND Morna, I feel your spirit through my mind, body and soul and your legacy is the recipe I use to achieve all of my goals! Bucified and Ole is Alive 2011. Woman Arrested For Biting Man's Private OH IOWA Lucinda V. Kinder, 32 of Coralville has been arrested for domestic abus e assault without intent causing injury after police re sponded to an intident at her home. Coralville Police responded to the scene for a 911 hangup where they found that Kinder a nd the male victim had been a rguing. Kinder allegedly punched the victim scratched his left shoulder, and then bit his penis police reports said. Reports indic a te that Kinder and the alleged victim have been in an intimate rela tion for over a year and reside together Kinder was being held Thurs da y at the Johnson County Jail on a $2,500 cash bond -t National ffi en Cook Stabbed To Death Over Jewelrv MIAMI -A cook at T.G.I. )> Frida y s was the victim of a "'C brutal murder a fter he was JJ stabb e d multiple times in the r-parking lot of his job and polic e believ e it was o ve r his gold 1\J n e ckl ace. Antione Gracius, 53, was killed on April14 outside of the T.G.I.F. on Pines Boul e vard and Universh y Drive Surveillance cameras f rom the restaurant c a ptured Gracius leaving out the front doors of the diner after his shift at around 1:30 a.m. Moments later, he returns to the doors holding his stomach and banging on the glass for help. His blood drenched hands left stains on the door as he stumbled away and eventu ally collapsed in the parking lot. ANTIONE GRACIUS A witness originally thought Graci us was the victim of a hit and run after he saw a black ve hicle speed away from the scene, but it didn't take long to figure out Gracius was a mur der victim police said. Gracius, who moved to the U.S. from Haiti in 2002, leaves behind a wife and nine child ren. ..... 1-Year-Oid HandcuHed After Easter Egg Tantrum NEW YORK The new head of the nation's largest school district said Thursday he would look into the case of a 7-year-old special needs boy who was handcuffed by police after he became violent while working on an Easter art pro ject and threatened teachers with scissors First-grader Joseph Anderson became upset last week at his Queens elementary school because his art project, Easter egg painting, didn't look the way he wanted. Depart ment of Education officials said the school tried to defuse the situation and then called police when there was a concern the boy would harm himself or others Police said he was violent and threatening, biting and spitting, and officers re strained him and took him to a hospital for evaluation. 'T1 r-0 JJ 0 )> en m z ::1 z m r-Dl c r rm ::1 z The boy s mother, Jessica Anderson, said he has atten tion deficit hyperactivity disor der, delayed speech and emotional problems. She said she is upset that he was taken Dl rto a hospital in handcuffs even en though she said she was on her :::1: way to get him. "lf he hears an ambulance, m he runs under the bed and < screams, 'They're going to get me '." Homemade.Cioth Rope Aids St.louis Jail Escape < -t c m en 0 )> z 0 'T1 JJ 0 Police.look up at a rope that is hanging out of a broken window on the second-floor of the St. Louis Justice Center in downtown St. Louis. ST. 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May 23, 2011, th e following described property as set forth in said F i nal Judgment, to-wit: LOT 14, PLEASANT ESTATES FIRST ADDITION ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 36 PAGE 38 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATIN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COSTTQYOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 12th day of April. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF COURT CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Hillsborough County, Florida By: /s/ FRANCISCO R. HERNANDEZ DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE HILLSBOR O U G H C OUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROC U REMENT SERVICES REQ U ESTS 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 12, 2011 -2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0154-0-2011/CK HYDRAULIC REPAIR *** Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal result s may b e accessed at w w w hillsborou g hcounty.org/proc urement s ervic e s This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Counci l Bid. Minority and wome n o wned firms will be afforded a full opportunity t o participate in the s e matters and will not be subject to discriminat ion on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. 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