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. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c( c -a: Q ....I u.. I SEE PAGE 3 . VOL. 66 NO. 75 TUESDAY, MAY 10,2011 24 PAGES 75 Man Is Corporate Manager Of The Year Again SEE PAGE 2 Author Shares Lite With M antal Illness SEE PAGE 2 I Man Gets Life For Killing Mom Of Twins SEE PAGE 15 JEFFERSON HOOPSTER SIGNS WITH TEXAS UNIVERSITY Atavia Blake has become a member o f the Mean Green of North Texas University in Denton, Texas. The Jefferson High senior signed a Letter of Intent with the new coach at North Texas, Karen Aston, last Tuesday at Jefferson. Atavia was one of 2 players the coach signed. The other is Sara Stanley, from a community college. Atavia, 5'11" forward, averaged 10.1 points per game her senior year, helping the Dragons to reach the Florida Regional Semifinals in 2011 and the Florida 4A Semifinals in 2010. She was a 2nd team All-Division selection in 2011 and was named Honorable Mention All Tampa Bay by Bright House Sports Network and the Tampa Tribune. She also played in the UNCF AllStar Game. Atavia, center, is shown with her teammates at Jefferson: Laurie Beaty, Benee Glanton, Sara Goellner, Shayla Wilson, Brittany Gardener, Hema Gude, Chantrell Frazier, Shayla Upshaw, T'Niajah Williams and Mariah Peterson. (Photography by BRUNSON)

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Local 0 Author Helps Others Bv Sharing Her Experience c (J) UJ ::::;) 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, May 21'1 Ms. Swiyyah Muhammad will host a book signing to introduce her true story to the com munity. Entitled "Don't Call Me Crazy! I'm Just In Love," the book was created to inspire others to recognize and accept the changes that take place in life. The book signing will take place at Candy Lowe's Tea Time, 9041/2 E. Henry Avenue, Tampa, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Ms. Muhammad said, "I want to tell people that it is okay to take medication for mental illnesses. I was 28 years old when I had my first episode, but I refused to accept it." She describes her childhood as being normal. After graduating from Gibbs High School in C St. Petersburg, Ms. Muhama: mad enrolled at the University LL of South Florida where she earned her B. A. Degree in Psy<( chologywith a Business minor. After graduation, she c earned certification as a TV ffi Producer and has produced ::::J several shows in the bay area. 1-Ms. Muhammad said, "I always thought I was a normal W person and normal people Gj don't get mental illnesses. After c being diagnosed as a SchizoW :X: en :::i m :::) 0. IUTOICCID SWIYYAH MUHAMMAD ... Published first book phrenic, I didn't believe it and refused to take my medicine. I knew what the symptoms were because I had earned my de gree in Psychology and had studied Parapsychology as well. But, I finally accepted it after being hospitalized 6 times. Now, I feel that by telling my story, I may save someone's life." Today, Ms. Muhammad said she understands that any one can develop mental health problems and encourages them to take the medication. She also describes her journey as being somewhat spiritual because of the things revealed She hopes that others having this problem will attend the book signing. A native of St. Petersburg, Ms. Muhammad, 35, is the daughter of Brother John, a well-known former Muslim, of St. Petersburg, and Ms. Halimah Kender. z i= w ..J ..J :::) FREE Professional Service m ..J w z i= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ..J LL. .............. Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll 1 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michele B. Patty Inc. Man Wins Second Consecutive Manager Of The Year Award West Riv erfront resident Edwin Narain won the Top Performance Manager Award from AT&T' s Greater Florida market for the second year in a row. He was presented with the award at the market's annual All-Hand's Employees meeting at the Rosen Shingle Hotel in Orlando by Vice President and General Manager Richard Guidotti. Narain attended the Uni versity of South Florida where he was elected Student Body President and was USF's first Fall Homecoming King. He holds a Master's of Business Administration degree from Saint Leo University. Most re cently, he served on Hillsborough County's Community Action Board and is the imme-EDWIN NARAIN diate past Polemarch of the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Under his leadership, the chapter won its first Chapter of the Year award. A part time student at Stetson University College of Law, at AT&T he manages a six person team that is responsible for $24 million in lifetime sub-scriber revenues "There is no way I could have won this award without the support of my family. I believe that when you want to achieve something, you have to stop thinking and simply do it. Don't pay attention to the naysayers You can be and do anything you set your mind to." While keeping a busy schedule, Narain has continued to find time to assist with community initiatives. He has recently participated in the Kenly Elementary School "Powerful Partners in Reading Program;" East Tampa's Relay for Life and the Great American Teach-In. He also received Kappa Alpha Psi's Leadership award for his dedication to the Tampa Alumni Chapter. Idea To Reach Hurting women Born During Illness BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In February 2009, Ms. Betty Keel recalls being very ill after having surgery to re move her adenoids. "The pain in my head was so severe I couldn't turn my head from side to side." Ms. Keel said she went to a Walk-In Clinic for medical at tention. The same day, she was admitted to University Community Hospital, where her medical problem was diag nosed and treated. The answer came during her illness to cre ate an organization that would help women who are hurting in our society. --MS. KEEL ... Founder and President of Young Women's Christian Council She named the organization "Talitha Cumi: Mothers and Daughters Arise." On Saturday, May 14th, Ms. Keel ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS!!!!! The Tampa Housing Authority Is Seeking Eligible Applicants To Apply For The Margaret A. Fisher Scholarship will host the Second Annual "Talitha Cumi: Mothers and Daughters Arise" Conference at the Children's Board, 1002 E. Palm Avenue, beginning at 10:30 a.m. "As the President of the Young Women Christian Coun sel at Shekinah Glory COGIC, I see and talk with a lot of hurting women. I know this event will change the lives of women who will attend. We want to unite mothers and daughters and all women to arise and take their rightful place in God, the community, and most importantly within herself," Ms. Keel said. She further stated that the conference is designed to help women deal with low self-es teem, procrastination, fear, doubt and worry. Speakers slated to appear at the one-day conference are Missionary Daveeta Smith, who will discuss "Decision, Enough Is Enough," Sister Valerie Goddard, who brings the message of "Talitha Cumi --Damsel Arise," and Bishop Rovanda Nesbett, of Jacksonville, who will address the issue of "Transition." A licensed Missionary with the Church of God in Christ, Ms. Keel is a Tampa native, Ms. Keel is the mother of 4, grandmother of 12, and great grandmother of 3. She said the name of the organization was taken from the Book of Mark 5:41, he took the damsel by the hand, and said unto her, 'Talitha Cumi; which is, being interpreted, Damsel, I say unto thee, arise." For additional information about the Conference contact Ms. Keel at (813) 401-4858 or Ms. Valerie Miller at (813) . .

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FamilY Feels Woman's Death In Fire Is suspicious c s:: ...... 9 Man Who Murdered His Girlfriend Sentenced To lite In Prison On the morning of May 1st, a fire was reported at the Terrace Square Apartments on 59th Street and 122nd Av enue. When firefighters arrived, they reported seeing flames at the building. They were also told a man managed to escape the fire that broke out at 6 a m., and they didn't know until after the fire was out that a woman and a dog were dead inside. N Colbert's father, Michael o ...... Colbert, had told her the day ...... CEDRICK SALTER A jury last Friday found Cedrick "Woogie" Salter, 30, guilty of the September 2009 shooting death of his girl. friend, Saquanda Simon, 29. On Thursday, Judge Emmett Battles sentenced Salter to life in prison. Salter was found guilty of shooting Simon twice as she held one of their twins iri the SAQUANDA SIMON hallway of her Grant Park home. She was the mother of four children. An attorney for Salter had said the shooting was an accident and not premeditated murder. Salter was once a popular DJ in the area and a member of a group known as the U-Haw Boyz. The woman was identified as 37-year-old Katrina Colbert, and the incident is being investigated by the State Fire Marshal's Office and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. Family members of Ms. Colbert said they believe there's more to what happened, and the true story hasn't been told. An aunt, Tina Felton, had this to say. "Katrina was missing her purse the day before the fire, and her boyfriend was gone. When he returned early the next morning, they argued about her wallet missing from her purse. "We don't understand KATRINA COLBERT how the boyfriend was able to make it out of the house, but Katrina couldn't. "We have a lot of ques tions, and we don't believe Katrina would have fallen asleep and not gotten up for a fire." Ms. Colbert was a native of Tampa and the mother of four children. Ms. Felton said her niece loved being around children, and. that's why she started selling candy and other things from her home. They started calling her 'the candy lady,' and no one ever had a bad thing to say about her." Ms. Felton said Ms. before to get rid of her boyfriend, because he would end up hurting her. "We don't know what happened inside that apartment. We do know that from the lit tle information we have re ceived, something isn't right and doesn't make sense to us." Sheriffs Office spokesman, Deputy Larry 'McKinnon, said they are currently conducting an ac tive death investigation. "At this stage of the inves tigation, there doesn't appear to be foul play, and we are looking into the history of her relationship with her boyfriend. Until we get an of ficial ruling from the Medical Examiner, we will continue our investigation." Dep. McKinnon asks that anyone who has information about the fire, please call (813) 247-8651. Family members of Ms. Colbert have asked for assistance in making arrangements for a funeral. .. .. Is your Part D carrier WeiiCare of Florida or UnitedHealth Group, lnc.J AARP?: If so, call 888-853-3922 or email advocate@60plus.org and .learn what you can do to make your prescriptions moreaffordable. This ad paid for by the 60 Plus Association. For more information, contact the 60 Plus Association at info@60plus.org r-0 :::0 a ,. en m z -.t z m r-m c rrm z "tJ c m r-c;; :I: m c

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T"" Editorials/Column s 0 ,... Q a: LL FLORID A SENT I NEL B ULLETIN (USPS 20 2-140 ) 22 07 2 1 s t Avenu e, Tampa Flo r ida 3 3 605 ( 813) 248-1921 Pub l ish e d Every Tuesda y 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. 193G-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44 .()0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial psges of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Coning School Funding lsABadldea C I t's like the punch George Foreman threw that knocked Joe Frazier down before he realized he'd been hit. Right now, the full impact of a $1.3 billion cut c from school funding has yet to be felt. ffi However, come September, the concussion of what ::l can only be called a "sneak-attack" against after-school 1-programs, smaller class-sizes, competent teachers, ij: electives for children to choose, new textbooks, and maybe even school transportation will hit. And whatW ever the outcome, parents will be the ones to take the C standing ten-count. Meanwhile, we will wait to see how State budget cuts en impact student discipline and drop-out rates, juvenile crin:J.e and prison incarcerations. We find the idea of a ::l State Legislature that would leave untaxed nonessential ll. items and services in a budget while cutting funds for public education hard to believe. w Consequently, we are reminded of the statement, :j "The of a country is measured by how it treats ::l its young and elderly." We would modify that statement to read, "The character of a free society is measured by W how it treats its school students." Z Our children's future must not be KO'd before we i= z have a chance to K-0 our legislators during the next m election. The people in the State of Florida are the los-< C ers. g Homeless Numbers LL Nearlv Double In Hillsborough Countv D uring a survey earlier this year in Hillsborough County, more than 17,000 people were counted as homeless, 23% of them children. That number is up from the 9,566 counted in 2009 and 9,532 in 2007. The big leap in numbers may be aresult of people living doubled up with friends or relatives. The count was conducted during a 24-hour period on January 27th. A total of 17,755 homeless men, women and children were living in the county.-::-some on the streets, others in shelters, some living in the woods, still others rooming with friends or family. Made In Somewhere Else I can remember not too long ago I would pick up something in a store and it would say, 'made in China,' or 'made in Japan,' or made in India,' or made in some where else. I didn't think too much of that at the time In fact, I really did not pay much attention to such state ments. I was so used to buying things that were made in America. It has been only in the last few years that I really began to realize that so few things were being made in America. That includes cars clothes, machines, toys and a host of other things. Then I really had a shock. I began to realize that America was slowly, but surely going out of the man ufacturing business. Plants were closing down, people were being laid-off from their factory jobs, and both the plants and the jobs were moving across the water and away from America. Today, America, one of the richest nations in the world and one of the most creative countries depends on so many other countries to supply us with our needs. Companies are leaving America, manufacturing abroad and bringing their products back to the United States to sell for a nice profit. This problem is much more serious than I was aware of. It affects our Gross National Product our unem ployment rate, our economy, our standard of living and our ability to be an independent nation. The shame of all of this is that United States lawmakers seem reluctant to do any thing about it. They don't seem willing to pass any laws that are designed to discour-Eliiah J. Mccov 11843 -19291: Holder Of 57 Patents And The 'Real McCov!' L ooking at Black History calend a rs from the past, y ou will find that the month of May w a s significant in our his tory b e cause it is the month when a large number of inven tions were patented b y Black scientists engineers and me chanics. The lawn sprinkler, lawn mower, fire escape ladder chem i cal used in fire extin guishers, an automated fishing device and a lubricating cup all received patents during the month of May. Elijah J. McCoy was one of those patent holders McCoy was one of 12 chil dren born to fugitive slaves, George and Mildred McCoy, in Colchester, On tario, Canada. Having fled slavery in Kentucky through the Underground Railroad to Canada, McCoy's father and mother later moved the family to Ypsilanti, Michigan and their children became United States citizens. As a child, McCoy always tinkered with tools and equipment, taking them apart, and then putting them together again. At the ag e of 15, McCoy studi e d and c ompl e t e d a me chanical engineering appren ticeship m Edinburgh Scotland, earning certification as a Master Mech a nic and En gineer. After the Civil War McCoy returned to Michigan. Because of prejudice McCoy could onl y secure a job as a lo comotive fireman and oiler for the Michigan Central Railroad, sho v eling coal and lubricating the train s engine axles and bearings However McCoy's train ing enabled him to identify and solve the problems of en gine lubrication and overheat ing. In fact McCoy's most valuable invention design in 1872, the drip cup,' revolu tionized the shipping, train and manufacturing industries. The drip cup "fed lubricating oil to machine bearings through a small bore tube. Prior to McCoy's invention, trains and manufacturers had to stop machinery often to be lubricated to prevent overheat ing. McCoy is given credit for making it possible to oil ma chines without having to shut them down, wasting valuable time. Operating from a home based workshop, McCoy's in. ventions and continued im provements and adaptations garnered world-wide respect age com pa ni es from c arryin g the ir f ac t o ri es and job s o ver seas On ce aga in we n ee d e ntire c o mp a nies to produ ce in America. I haste n to remind y ou that not too man y y e a rs ago, most of the world relied on the manufacturing prowess of America. During those times we exported much more than we imported as plants ran around the clock producing a wide variety of products . Give Barack Obama some credit because he is doing his best to rekin dle the manufacturing spirit in America. That can clearly be illustrated by the revival of the American auto industry. They have emerged from near bankruptcy to making a profit and hiring more and more workers. I long for the day when the majority of items being sold in a store will read, 'made in America.' I want to remind America that facto ries create jobs ... jobs create wages ... wages create spend ing ... spending creates jobs, and Lord knows, America needs jobs. from industries and inspired the often repeated phrase the Real McCoy." Engineers, me chanics, and business owners 1\"ould frequently ask, "Is that .;the real McCoy?" when refer' ring to the lubricating parts of machinery the y purchased or worked on The Michigan Cen tral Railroad promoted McCoy to the position of In structor in the use of his new inventions In 1882, McCoy became a consultant to the railroad in dustry. Lacking the capital to manufacture his inventions McCoy assigned patent rights to his employers or sold them to inventors. In 1920, he opened his own manufactur ing company. Among the 57 held by McCoy are improvements in steam lubricators, a folding ironing table, oil cups, lawn sprinkler and a graphite lubri cator Today, historic markers are erected at McCoy's home in Detroit and the site of his first workshop in Ypsilanti, Michi gan. A street in Detroit bears McCoy's name and this year, the first satellite office of the United States Patent and Trademark Office will open in Detroit and will be named after McCoy. Inducted into the National Inventors' Hall of Fame in Akron, Ohio in 2001, McCoy's life inspired at least two plays written about his life and the challenges he faced Indeed, the life and genius of this son of sla v es i s one of inspiration. May our children find inspiration to stud y math and science from the life o f Elijah McCoy. Harambee!

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,.. .,... 0 N 0 .,... Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-J a ke fall s a nd goe s uncon s cious; Ric k y g ets ph y sical with K e ndall; Amand a confides i n Op al. T a d admits t o JR that his feelin g s for Car a a re growing; Ricky c c ontinu e s to plot hi s elop e ment with Kendall ; M a riss a sticks en up for Bianc a Jack and Krystal kiss ; David r e ache s o ut to Greenl e e ; Eric a tries to call for help. 1-BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Brooke reun i tes with RJ without him knowing that she just survived a plane crash; Whip s jealous y and insecurity in his marriage resurface s ; Oliv e r grows concerned that Hope and Liam m ay be reuniting; Tawn y tells Amber about her visit with Hope.Tawn y give s Amber advice about how to bait Liam; Brooke struggles with e x pressing her feelings; Ridge makes an announcement about Thomas new role at Forrester Creations ; Bill and Katie have new and different outlooks on their marriage. Hope asks Brooke for advice about Liam; Tawny puts a ne w conniving plan in motion; Steffy grills Thomas about what really hap pened on the island with Brooke; Liam presents Hope with a solution to their current situation. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Rafe tells Sa111i he doesn't remem ber a thing; Abigail and Melanie meet for the first time; Nicole and EJ discover Taylor moved out of the mansion; Daniel acts quickly when Jennifer has a bad allergic reaction to his food; Chloe is charmed by a stranger. Sami comes face-to-face with Rafe and his impostor; EJ tells Stefano he's staying with Nicole, but omits the part about her blackmailing him; Taylor i nforms Nicole she'll be staying with the Carvers; Daniel and Jennifer make plans for another date. Nicole is angry when she catches Taylor in Brady's arms; Chloe informs Maggie she's moving out; Lexie confronts EJ about the pain he's caused Ta y lor ; Vic tor tries to get back into Maggie s good graces GENERAL HOSPITAL -Siobhan accidentally discovers the truth about Aiden's paternity; Abby goes to Johnny for help to find the mysterious hit woman; Anthony talks of his legacy C with Johnny.Lucky asks Jason not to take revenge on Luke; ii: Robin and Patrick's loving banter triggers a lethal idea in Lisa's LL head; Michael steps into Anthony's web when he baits Abby. Maxie discovers a ring in Matt's pocket; Michael wonders if <( Kristina is having substance-abuse problems; Siobhan may tell Lucky the truth about Aiden's paternity. c ONE UFE TO LIFE-Brody arrests Tess; Natalie listens en to the tape of Marty's confession; Cutter reveals his plan. John listens to Natalie's urgent phone message and ignores it; Kelly 1-and Marty fight with a knife and broken bottle; Jessica strugfi: gles with her alters for power Natalie confronts Marty; Echo w vows revenge on Dorian and Viki; John tries to stop Kelly from [ij bleeding out. c YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -A drunken Abby clashes w with Tucker; Sharon is frightened by Sam's visitor. Michael's :::1: decision angers Phyllis; Ashley and Tucker plan their wedding. Phyllis and Nick argue about Lucy; Abby upsets Ashley's wedm ding plans. :::) Q. z t;j -I -I :::) m ...I w z t= z w en '( a: 0 ...I Lt.. Fictures From The Fast The Sentinel Bulletin_roving photographer captured this happy couple, Albert and Fannie Lee at a popular event. Mr. Paul Rich, principal of Lavoy School is shown receiving an appreciation plaque from Mrs. Alecia Pearson, a teacher's aide. ; r ' ' --." Betty Reed, Louise Burke and Cassie Jones are shown smiling at the camera at the Gant.:.solomon wedding, Ms. Margretta Carrington, Attorney Arthenia Joyner and Mrs. Joan Dawson smiling happily at a Delta Ball.

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PAID ADVERTISEMENT COLLECTORS BUYING All TYPES OF COINS. PAYING CASH. By KEN MCINTOSH STAFF WRITER ICCA will be placing ads in newspapers, radio and running television spots this week asking people to bring in any old silver and gold coins made be.fore l 965. Those that bring in their coins will be able to speak with collectors one on one and have their cains looked at by a specialist. With the help of these ICCA members, offers will be made to those that have coins made before 1 965. Offers wi II be made based on silver or gold content and the rarity of the coins. All coiris made before 1965 will_ be examined and purchased including gold coins, silver coins, silver dollars, all types of nickels and pennies. Those that decide to sell their coins will be paid on the spot. If you are like a lot of people y.ou might have a few old coins or even a coffee can full lying around. If you have ever wondered what they are worth now might be your chance to find out and even sell them if you choose. They could be worth a lot according to the International Coin Collectors Association also known as ICCA. Collectors will pay a fortune for some coins and currency for their collections. If it is rare enough, one coin could be worth-over $100,000 according to Eric Helms, coin collector and ICCA member. One ultra rare dime, an 1 894S Barber, sold for a record $ 1 9 million to a collector in july of 2007. While that is an extreme excimple, many rare and valuable coins are stashed away in dresser drawers or lock boxes around the country. The ICCA and its collector members have organized a traveling event in search of all types of coins and currency. Even common coins can be worth a significant amount due to the high price of silver and gold, says Helms. Washington quarters and Roosevelt dimes can be worth many times their face value. Recent silver markets have driven the price up on common coins made of silver. Helms explains that all half dollars, quarters and dimes made before 1965 contain 90% silver and are sought after any lime silver prices rise. Right now it's a sellers market he said. What We Buy: COINS Any and all coins made before 1 965, rare coins, entire collections, Silver Dollars, Half Dollars, Quarters, Dimes, Half Dimes, Nickels, Three Cent Pieces, Two Cent-Pieces, Cents, Large Cents, Half Cents and all others. PAPER MONEY All denominations made before 1934. GOLD COINS Including $20, $1 $5, $4, $3, $2.5, $1, Private Gold, Gold Bars, etc. INVESTMENT GOLD Kruggerands, Canadian Maple Leafs, Pandas, Gold Bars, U.S. Eagles and Buffalos, etc. Broken and unused jewelry, dental gold. JEWELRY Diamond rings, bracelets, earrings, loose diamonds, all gem stones, etc. PLATINUM Anything made of platinum. SILVER Flatware, tea sets, goblets jewelry, etc. and anything marked sterling. The rarest coins these collectors are looking for include $20, $10, $5 and $2 l /2 gold coins and any coin made before 1850. These coins always bring big premiums according to the ICCA. Silver dollars are also very sought after nowadays. Other types of items the ICCA will be purchasing during this event include U.S. currency, gold bullion, investment gold, silver bars, silver rounds, proof sets, etc. Even foreign coins are sought after and will be purchased. Also at this event anyone can sell their gold jewelry, dental gold or anything made of gold on the spot. Gold is currently trading at over $ 1,500.00 per ounce near an all time high. Bring anything you think might be gold and the collectors will examine, test and price it for free. If you decide to sell, you will be paid on the spot-it has been an unknown fact that coin dealers have always paid more for jewelry and scrap gold than other jewelers and pawn brokers. So whether you have one coin you think might be valuable or a large collection you recently inherited, you can talk to these collectors for free. If your're lucky you may have a rarity worth thousands. Either way there is nothing to lose and it sounds like fun! For more information on this event visit the ICCA website at WWW.INTERNAnONAI.COINCOt.UCTORS.COM Here's How It Works: Gather items of interest from your attic, safe deposit box, garage, basement, etc. There is no limit to the amount of items you can bring No appointment necessary If interested in selling, we will consult our collector's database to see if a buyer exists. 90% of all items have offers in our database The offer is made on the spot on behalf of our collectors making the offer If you decide to accept the offer, we will pay you on the spot! You get 1 00% of the offer with no hidden fees Recent Finds: 1893 Morgan PAID $1,800 "" 1916 Mercury Dime PAID $2,800 Washington Quarter PAID $250 1849 Gold Dollar PAID $8,500 : 1803 $10 Gold PAID $14, c m (J) c 3: ... 9 1\) 0 ... ... "" r 0 :::0 c )> (J) m z :::! z m r m c r r m :::! z "1J c m r c;; ::I: m c m < m :::0 < c m (J) c )> z c "" :!! c

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All About You! JACQUELYN ZEIGLER BEVERLY ZEIGLER MCDOWELL To my two favorite sisters, Beverly Zeigler McDowell and Jacquelyn Zeigler. From, your big sister, Van Zeigler Witherspoon. Happy Belated Mother's oav SMILEY, PEEWEE, RITA And KIM Y I .was late for the Mother's Day section, but I'm on time for the next paper. It' s Mother's Day every day for me. Happy Mother's Day, Ms. Smiley, Grandrita Rita and Peewee. And to all mothers, I hope you enjoyed your day, 'cause I am. R.I.P. Wanda Richardson (mom). -t ___________________ 1rn Two Airmen Complete Basic Training Recently two young adults I from Tampa completed all re-....... quirements to graduate from basic training. Both are sta tioned at Lackland Air Force Base, where the graduation ceremony was held. Reserve Airman 1st Class Jordan C. Navarro and Airman 1st Class Teresa K. Sheppard are now prepared for their next assignments. AIRMAN JORDAN NAVARRO Airman Navarro is the son of Jose Navarro, Tampa, and a 2009 graduate of Gaither High School. AIRMAN TERESA SHEPPARD Airman Sheppard is the daughter of Susan Sheppard, Tampa, and a 2010 graduate of King High School. F -our Complete u. s. Armv Basic Training Program Four young adults with Tampa ties recently com pleted training at U.S. Army bases. Each graduate is pre pared for his next assignment. National Guard P{c. Trenten N. Bailey has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma. P{c. Bailey is an Honor Graduate and received a Letter of Commendation. The newly promoted Private First Class Bailey is an Air Defense Command and Intelligence Tactical Operations Center Operator/Main tainer. He is the son of Lisa L. Richardson, of Tampa, and a 2003 graduate of East Bay High School. Pvt. Max J. Restrepo graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Knox, Ken tucky. Pvt. Restrepo is the son of Julio Restrepo, of Land 0 Lakes, and Tracy Restrepo, of Tampa. He gradu ated from Land 0 Lakes High School in 2007. Pvt. Elijah J. Thompson recently graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Ben ning, Columbus, Georgia. Pvt. Thompson is the son of Lisa and Olafemi Thompson, of Tampa. Pvt. Paul L. W oulard ., recently graduated from Basic 5 Combat Training at Fort :::xJ Knox, Kentucky. 6 Pvt. Woulardistheson of Paul and Renee m Woulard, of Temple Ter-race, and a 2001 graduate of z King High School. J!! m .c: r r !!1 z "tl c: m !: C/) m c m < m lJ < -t c: m C/) c :J> z c ., lJ c

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Local 0 -Fridav Speaker :E Pastor Julia McMillan c will be the speaker Frif3 day, May 13,2011 for the ::l Anointed, Healthy & t-Wealthy Women's Com-plete Package Conference. Her photo was misidentified in an ad in Friday' s issue. PASTOR JULIA MCMILLAN Crowned 'Mr. warner Universitv' c a: LL c z < c w w ::l .... i;: w > w c w ::r:: w ::::i m ::l a. z i= w -I -I ::;:) JULIAN RAMON JACKSON Tampan Julian Ramon Jackson was recently crowned "Mr. Warner Uni versity." m Jackson is a graduate of uj. Howard W. Blake High z School, where he played i= ketball. Julian is the son of Julia E. Jackson, grandson of Julia H. Jackson; and godson of Kevin and Tonya Hammond, Kenneth and Audrey Hobbs, and the Honorable Judge Jim and Kelly Moody. Julian is currently a sophomore at Warner University in Lake Wales, where he is majoring in Sports Management. z w w < c a: 0 -I LL The competition for the title is based on talent, poise, question and answer and for mal wear. PASTOR ALEC HALL AND FIRST LADY YVETTE HALL Theme: "A Servant Sent By God With A Steadfast Heart" ... Romans 10:15 Guest Church: Friendly M. B. Church PASTOR JOHNNIE MILLER Studv Done On Issue 01 Burglar Bars BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Dr. Susan Greenbaum from the University of South Florida and East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chair, Evangeline Best, have been com piling information on the issue of burglar bars. Due to a rise in deaths from people not being able to get out of a burning structure because of burglar bars, aresearch group consisting of Dr. Greenbaum, Ms. Best, Highland Pines leader Betty Bell, and VM Ybor leader, Kim Headland, have helped compile a book full of vital information. According to Ms. Bell, she and Ms. Headland were asked to select homes in their community that needed to have their burglar bars up graded with the fire escape device. Ms. Bell was given 10 homes to identify, and Ms. Headland was given 4 "All of the 10 homes I se lected are occupied by sen iors and every window and door was covered by burglar bars. I also spoke to the peo ple in my community during a meeting to let them know what was going on. "Of the 10 homes I se lected, none of them had the fire escape device. Each home had -at least two bed rooms." Ms. Bell said she is proud to say the homes in her area do have smoke de tectors. "I made sure the homes had at least one smoke detec tor, especially the elderly res idents. We're very excited about this project." Ms. Headland said the 4 homes she's identified also have elderly residents on fixed incomes. " Right now, we're trying to find funding to cover the cost Of getting the burglar bars retrofitted with the fire escape device. It's a tough decision for people who battle with living in high crime areas, and the DR. SUSAN GREENBAUM BETTY BELL fear of a fire breaking out and not being able to get out." Ms. Headland said they've held two meetings to discuss the burglarbars,and a lot of people got the infor mation. . According to Florida Code, there must be an es cape device on one window per bedroom in every home. Dr. Greenbaum said her part, along with the six students who helped with the research, was to get with fire officials to determine what the problems are and find someone who could make the burglar bars safe. "Then, we had to find a way to get this information to the community, and the neighborhood associations, along with the ETCRP, is the best way to get that done." Ea!>t Tampa welder, Melton Davis of Reliable Welding and Steel Supply, was contaCted and given the opportunity to install the fire escape devices. explains the cost this way. "The cost is window, depending on what's already covering the window. The prices do vary, EVANGELINE BEST KIM HEADLAND depending on how the work is done. Dr. Greenbaum said she doesn't think a quality of-life device should be looked as being expensive. "We think a $10,000 grant will cover the cost for all of the homes identified. We'd a)so like to .train soine welder and create a niche business along with some jobs." Ms. Best said no Tax In. crement Finance (TIF) dol lars are involved right now. "However, the students from USF are trying to raise fun:ds to cover some of the cost. I go through my borhood associations to as sess the situation and I saw how widespread it is. We've been working on this project for a year. Ms. Best, Dr. Greenbaum, Ms. Bell, and Ms. Headland all agreed that the real problem is determin ing safety over security. The Highland Pines Neighborhood Association will have their next meeting on May i21 h and VM Ybor hold their meetings the first Wednesday of every month.

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ntertainment c Mariah Announces It's onicial Rihanna's $7 Paula Abdul M-11-M The Twins' Names Joins x Factor 1 100 ansi on NICK CANNON And MARIAH CAREY Mariah Carey dropped a hint about the names for her twins tweeting that the / name of her newborn boy and girl began with "M." The singer on finall y announced their names : The bo y is Moroccan Scott, and the g irl is Monroe, according to her official website. The inspira tion behind Monroe's name is the star let Marilyn Monroe, w ho has b ee n an .inspiration to Carey. Moroccan comes from the top-tier of Carey's New York City apartment, which features Moroccan-in spired decor and was also the site of Cannon's marriage proposal. Scott is both the middle name of Mariah's husband Nick Cannon, and it's his grandmother's maiden name. Carey and Cannon's daughter did notreceive a middle name because the singer herself doesn't have one. The twins were born Apr il 30 in Los Angeles. Head 01 Oprah's OWN Cable Network Abruptlv Exits CHRISTINA NORMAN And OPRAH WINFREY In the wake of initial dis appointing ratings for OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Net work, its head, Christina Norman, has abruptly left the 4-month-old channel. The network announced Friday that Peter Liguori, the chief operating officer for Discovery Communications, will take over on an interim basise, ffective immediately. OWN, which premiered onJan.1, isjointlyowned by Discovery and Winfrey's Harpo Inc. Winfrey said she and Liguori will work together the reminder of this year to recruit a permanent CEO for the network's "next phase of growth." Winfrey added that with the end of her syndicated talk show this month, she can devote her full energies to OWN. Norman, formerly president of M1V,. arrived at OWN in January 2009. PAULA ABDUL Fox announced Sunday that former ''American Idol" judge Paula Abdul is joining her former co-panelist Simon Cowell on his new singing competition "The X Factor." Abdul will be the fourth judge alongside Cheryl Cole and L.A. Reid. This show would never have been the same without Paula and I can't believe I am saying this --I have missed her a lot, and I am thrilled she s on the show, Cowell said. The two famousl y bickered on ''American Idol" --with Abdul as the overly sympathetic judge, and Cowell as the caustic one--before she fi nally left after season eight. Cowell left "Idol" after season nine to launch "The X Factor," which he produced and judged in the U.K. Jacob lusk Bounced From 'American Idol' JACOBLUSK LOS ANGELES --Jacob Lusk is out of air on "Amer ican Idol." The booming 23year-old vocalist from Compton, Calif., was re vealed to have received the fewest viewer votes on the Fox talent contest Thursday. A day earlier, he had unsuccessfully attempted both parts of "No Air, the duet of J ordin Sparks and Chris Brown, and a tender rendi tion of "Love Hurts the classic tune by Nazareth and Roy Orbison. "I got to share a little bit with America, and I think America's fallen in lo ve with me," said Lusk after his elimination. "Now I can go and put out that good-feeling R&B music that reminds you of Luther (Vandross) or those great old singers." RIHANNA (inset) AND HER $7 MILLION MANSION Rihanna's $7 million mansion has 8 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. Rihanna's neighbors are Lady Gaga and Avril Lavigne! 'TI wanda Svkes Rips Donald Trump, Calls Birthers Racist Wanda Sykes has never pulled punches especially when it comes to contro versy and politics. On Thursday night, she delivered a jab to Donald Trump, and a full-on smack down of conservative birthers. Before her scheduled per formance in Vancouver, Sykes spoke to the Vancou ver Sun about her take on the right wing attacks on President Obama. "I feel sorry for 'em, they re just sad," she said of the birthers. I love that they' re hanging it on Well he's not from this country when they should just face it: You're having issues be cause a Black man is President. That' s what it is, and you need to deal with that, to work with that. Trump's has not e x actly impressed Sykes. WANDA SYlffiS He s not happy unless he 's relevant in some way," she told the paper. "He wants people to be talking about him. I thought he would be happy enough to finally have a decent season of Celebrity Apprentice' but, you know he had to make a little bit more noise than that, I guess.' ; 1hor Hammers Box onice co.mpetition LOS ANGELES --The God of Thunder reigned at the North American box office as "Thor" became the latest Marv e l comic book super hero to leap to the big screen. According to studio esti mate s issued Sunday, "Thor" sold about $66 million worth of tickets during its first three day s of r e lease across the United States and Canada The opening was in lin e with industry forecasts in the $6o million to $70 million range, and marked a strong start for a non-sequel and for the lucrative summer movie going period. Last weekend's North American champion "Fast Five slipped to No 2 with $32.5 million, but it replaced "Thor" as the top choice over seas. "Jumping the Broom" opened at No 3 with $13.7 million, doubling its $6.6 million production cost. m z ::! z m l tD c r rm ::! z "'0 c tD r-u; :::1: m c m < m c m CJ) c )> z c 'TI ::a c

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0 T"" Mavs Sweep takers With Game 4 Rout Lakers star Kobe Bryant and coach Phil Jackson talk during Game 4 against the Mavericks on Sunday. Bryant and Jackson won five titles together in Los Angeles. DALLAS-Phil Jackson walked off the court with a tight smile, shaking hands and accepting congratulations like he has after so many series-ending playoff games. Never like this, though. His team didn t win; they were crushed. Swept, too And he wasn't just heading to the offseason he's calling it a career, ending the most successful run by any coach in NBA history. Jason Terry and the Dallas Mavericks ended Jackson's tenure, and the Lakers' reign as two-time champions, with a 122-86 victory Sunday. After two tight finishes and another game that was relatively close, the Mavs turned this one into a rout in the second quarter. Things got ugly early in the fourth quarter, with vicious, frustration-fueled cheap shots by Lamar Odom and Andrew Bynum getting them ejected 45 seconds apart. warriors' currv Wins NBA's suonsmanshiP Award STEPHEN CURRY NEW YORK -Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors has won the Joe ..J Dumars Trophy presented to the NBA player who best i= exemplifies sportsmanship. z w en a: 0 ..J LL. Curry received 88 of a possible 347 first-place votes from fellow players. Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls was second with 84 votes and Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge was third with 56 The NBA announced Thursday it will make a $w,ooo donation on behalf of Curry to Habitat For Humanity East Bay, which uses volunteers to build affordable homes for fami lies. The NBA will donate $s,ooo on behalf of each player to a charity of their choice. Mendenhall loses Endorsement Over Tweets RASHARD MENDENHALL PITTSBURGH --The Champion sports apparel company has ended its endorsement deal with Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall over Twitter remarks the player made criticizing people for cele brating the death of Osama bin Laden. The Pittsburgh Tribune Review reported Friday that Champion "strongly disagreed" with the tweets and ended a new four-year contract the player recently signed. Mendenhall has endorsed the company's products since entering the league in 2008. Mendenhall on Monday questioned the public celebrations of bin Laden's death, and whether the World Trade Center towers were really brought down on Sept. 11, 2001, only by crashing two hijacked airlin ers into the buildings. Mendenhall has since clarified his remarks by say ing Americans were insulted when some people celebratthe terrorist attacks masterminded by bin Laden, and that others might view Americans celebrating bin Laden's death the same way. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for ltse(f' (813) 248-1921 Bucs Will Have Up To Six Games Against Rookie Quanerbacks If the Glazers plan to spend money when the Bucs are poised to compete for the Super Bowl, now may be the time to break out the dou bloons. The team's official website points out that up to six of the Buccaneers' 16 games could be played against rookie quarterbacks. Of course, this assumes that Christian Ponder will be starting for the Vikings in Week Two, that Colin Kaepernick will be starting for the 49ers in Week Five, that Jake Locker will be starting for the Titans in Week 12, that Cam Newton will be starting for the Panthers in Weeks 13 and 16, and that Blaine Gabbert will be starting for the Jaguars in Week 14. CAMNEWfON Five of those same games will be played by the Falcons and Saints. The only difference is that, instead of the 49ers, the Falcons will play the Seahawks and the Saints will play the Rams. The end result could be another season in which the NFC South produces three teams with 10 or more wins. Steeler Hines ward Brietlv Held In California Mix-Up Los Angeles Los Angeles police say Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver and "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Hines Ward was briefly detained at gunpoint in a mix-up over a reported stolen car, but has been released. Sgt. Maria Morrison says Hines and a woman friend were stopped in her car at about 1:30 a.m. Thursday in North Hollywood because the woman had reported it stolen. Morrison says Hines was taken from the car at gunpoint and handcuffed until the woman proved the car was hers. The sergeant says the driver reported the vehicle stolen on April 19 HINES WARD forgetting where she had parked it. She later found it but, never canceled the report. Police say Hines was cooperative. The woman's name wasn't released, but she isn't Hines' partner on "Dancing With the Stars." NOW COOKING TlfURSDAY-3608 N. 1 Sth (ComerOflake) 813

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Sports Mannv Pacquiao Wins Dominant Decision OverMoslev MANNY PACQUIAO Vs. SUGAR SHANE MOSLEY LAS VEGAS -Manny Pacquiao earned .an unanimous decision over Sugar Shane Mosley on Saturday night, retaining his WBO welterweight title with his 14th consecutive victory. Pacquiao (54-3-2) didn't get the knockout he sought, but the Filipino Congressman kept his spot as boxing's top pound-forpound fighter methodically beating Mosley (46-7-1) at the MGM Grand Garden The eight-division champi-, on knocked down Mosley with a right-left combination midway through the third round, just the third lcnock down of Mosley's decorated 18-year career. The 39-year-old Mosley was credited with a knockdown in the 10th round when he appeared to push Pacquiao while the champion threw a wild punch. Pacquiao finished with ferocity despite scattered boos, keeping Mosley win less in three fights. sav Hev! Willie Mavs Celebrates BOth -Binhdav WILLIE MAYS SAN FRANCISCO -The Say Hey Kid is as popular as ever The San Francisco Giants honored Willie Mays on his 8oth birthday Friday night with a ceremony befit ting a baseball legend com plete with a celebratory letter from President Barack Obama and a video tribute that included everyone from Commissioner Bud Selig to singer Tony Bennett. Mays was driven on a golf cart from center field to the mound and received a roar ing standing ovation from a sellout crowd of more than 42,000 at AT&T Park. At one point during the montage Mays was wiping his face and pulling down his old Giants cap. ''I'm just so happy,' said Mays, wearing a black coat over a sharp gray suit, white shirt and orange tie on a chilly night by the bay. "When you have people like you guys to come out and cheer for me, it's just a won derful, wonderful feeling." The vide o shown on the center-field scoreboard. before the Giants ralli e d to beat the Colorado Rockies 43 in the opener of a threegame series highlighted the Hall of Farner's career. It also included birthday wish es from Hank Aaron, Bill Cosby and former President Bill Clinton. Home Run King Barry Bonds, the godson of Mays, had a seperate video played aft e r the fifth inning thanking Mays for his guid ance over the y e ars. Bonds, fresh off a federal perjury trial in which l;l jury convicted him on one count of obstruction of justice, said it has been "an honor for me .. and my family t o be a part of your life." Jeter Sets Record For Most Games DEREK JETER ARLINGTON, Texas -Derek Jeter has set a major league record for the most games played at.short stop for one team. Jeter played in his 2,303rd game at shortstop for the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Texas. It was his 2,324th career game overall since his major league debut in 1995. Cal Ripken Jr. played in 2,302 games at shortstop during 21 seasons for Baltimore. Only three players have played more games at shortstop than Jeter and Ripken, all playing for mul tiple teams. Holvtield Defeats Nielsen With 10th-Round TKO EVANDERHOLYFIELD COPENHAGEN, Denmark --Former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield stopped Denmark's Brian Nielsen on a technical knockout ip the 1oth round Saturday night. In the 10th round, the 48year-old Holyfield pressed Nielson in the corner and the bout was halted after Holyfield landed several jabs in the corner and the Dane spat out some blood. Nielsen said after the bout :he was hit by Holyfield's headbutts "My goal still is to b e the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world," Holyfield said. "This fight showed other champions what I am able to do, but it also taught me I got to b e better. The most important is that I didn't quit. I am not quitter." BEAUTY UNLIMITED SANDRA Things are really starting to heat up, and that includes this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Sandra. This gorgeous_young woman loves to model and be photographed. She also has no problem being the center of attention. When it comes to the future, Sandra said the sky is the limit, and she's confident she will be successful, no matter what career she will be involved in. The man in Sandra's life must be handsome, honest, trustworthy, unde_rstanding, self-reliant, and confident. Congratulations to Sandra as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in beihg in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, piease send your information and photo, including a contact number to: jjohnson @flsentinel.com. l 9" Roller ............... ..................... $ lJO '., Brushes.! ...... ; .... .. .... ; ........ 99.. ., r 0 ::!:! en m z :::! z m r aJ c: r r z "'tJ c: m r c;; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c > z c "T1 :II C

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T"" T"" 0 mieJean Donald; brothe rs, Odi e IN IN MEMORIAM c a: LL c :z < c en w .... > a: w > w c w :I: en :J m ll. :z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w :z i= :z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL MR. WADE WILSON, SR. A celebration of life service for Mr. Wade W. Wilson, Sr., of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, May 3, 2011, will be held on Friday, May 13, 2011, at 10 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Robert Glass, officiating. Interment will be in FloridaN ationa] Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Wade W. Wilson, Sr. was born on February 14, 1937, to the parentage of Shep and Mamie Wilson in Houston, Ala-bama. He graduated from Ashford High School in 1954 at the age of 16 as Class Valedictorian. After graduation, he joined the United States Navy specializing in Communications. He retired from the U.S. Navy in 1974 after devoting 21 years of service. After his retirement, Po-Boy wanted to keep busy, and was employed by the General Service Administration, where he was part of the building inspection team at Timberlake Federal Building and Annex. He later enrolled in Hillsborough Community College where he obtained his Associates Degree in Business Management. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, bowling and family gatherings. In the early morning hours of May 3, 2011 Po-Boy made the transition to that heavenly home prepared for him. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Shep Wilson and Mamie L. Donald; sisters, Odessa Wilson Clark and Tom-Let our fiunilytake care of your fiunil y. 'We are the key IDa fine and quality service" JACKSON FUNERAl HOME uA Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMIE JACKSON .. :Owner C. Donald, Jr. (Hick) and John Thomas Wilson (Chick). MEMORIAM He leaves to cherish his mem-ories: a loving and devoted wife of 54 years, Annie Ruth; six children, Wade Jr. (Mattie), Michelle Wilson, Montgomery, AL, Michael Wilson (Cassandra), Ronald Wilson and wife, Betty, LaVetrice Wilson, and Bobby Wilson and wife, Jackie; eighteen grandchildren, Michelle and husband, Steve, Laquanna and husband, Calvin, Wade, III (Tameka), Lateema (Anthony), Ronneka and husband, Joshua, Phillip, Chantina, Kenny, Sr., Joshua, Annie, Bobby, Jr., Benjamin, Curtis, Rickey, Ethel, Rose, Willie and wife, Lori, and Bruce and wife, Lekeisha; seventeen great grandchildren, Otis, Ronika, Lanika, Destiny, Xavier, Joshua, Michael, Wadenisha, Kalise, Serenity, Anthony, Wade, IV, Jordan, Kenny, Jr., Amari, Ja'darian and Camoon; brother, Daryell Wilson; three sisters, Rosa Mitcham and husband, Thomas, Ernestine "Tina" Davis and Brenda Faye Rhett-Kelly -and husband, Frank; four uncles, Albert Wilson and wife, Retha, Lonnie Powell, Sr. and wife, Annie Ray of Tampa, Eugene Scaffold, and Curtis Scaffold and wife, Catherine of Gordon, AL; five aunts, Julia Graham, Sara L. Smith, Lilly M. Hunter, Rena and husband, Herbert of Jenkins, GA, and Ollie Mae Little, West Palm Beach, FL; four sisters-in-law, Louise "Big Sister" Reeves, Freddie Redding, Celestine "Cookie" Jackson and husband, Jerome of Ashford, AL, and Ethel Mae Knight, Washington, DC; two brothers-in-law, Bobby Ray Smith (Viveana) and Mickey Smith (Peggy); special cousin, Beatrice Teal, San Antonio, TX; special friends, Bobby (Doc) Brown, Willie T. McBride, Panama City, FL, and Herbert H. Bowers, Des Moines, lA; and a host of nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Hoine on Thursday, May 12, 2011, from 4-7 p.m. Family will receive friends from 6-7p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel at 9:45 a. m. on Friday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME CORRECTION CURTIS WILLIAMS An incorrect photo of Curtis Williams appeared in Friday's edition under Harmon Funeral Home. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800} 605-3350. (813} 248-6125 -.wil on-funeralhome.com EUNICE MAYO Though you're gone, you're never forgotten. We miss you dearly. Love, your family. BIRTHDAY AND MOTHER'S DAY MEMORIAM RHONDA MITCHELL May6, 1961-0ctober 14, 2009 Missing you more and more each day. Happy birthday and Mother's Day. Love, your children and family. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY ETHEL 'INEZ' EVERETI Happy Mother's Day, Mama. We miss you and love you dearly. Your daughters, Andrea Everett (Ms. Dee), Carol Razak, Janice Everett (Verne) and Temeka Watson (Mickey). Mrs. Emmagene Francis, Tampa. Mrs. Georgian Robley, Tampa. Mr. Ronald Russ, Tallahassee. Mr. Murry Young; Sr., Tampa. Mrs. Veronica E. Williams, Tampa. CYNTHIA WILLIAMS-REEVES BERNICE MITCHELL Loved and truly missed by your kids and grandkids. Popular Tampa Bartender Dies Of Heart Failure During the early part of the 1980s, there was no face more familiar st a nding behind the bar than Christine "Chris" Ar-line. On May 1st, Ms. Arline, so, was hospitalized for respiratory failure. According to her son, Mio, she was being kept alive by life support, and on the morning oMay 5th, the family agreed to allow her to pass away. Ms. Arline had suffered from a bad heart over the years, and her son said she was on a lot of medication. "I don t know if you'd call it her lifestyle or what, but her heart just gave out. When Ms. Arline started bartending, her first job was at Sey Lou s on 40th Street. She stopped about 5 years ago be cause of a problem with her legs, and was collecting social security benefits. The eldest of seven children, National Colin Powell: Ms. Arline was the mother of five chil dren, and a graduate of Plant High .....,.....__ ____ ......., School. CHRISTINE M i o "CHRIS" said his ARLINE mother really enjoyed spending time with her children, and being the life of the party. "I know she met a: lot of peo ple while bartending, but I'm just beginning to find out how many . My phone hasn't stopped ringing since word got out she had passed "My mother really loved -..,< reading and bartending ;": ahd that's all she looked forward to before her health problems started." Harmon's Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements for a service. Pres. Obama Blew Awav The.Birthers ORANGEBURG, SC -Colin Powell told graduates of South Carolina's premier historically Black university that they were graduating during a tumultuous time that saw a royal wedding, a pope's beatification and a U.S. military assault that killed Osama bin Laden, "the worst person on earth." But the former secretary of state and Joint Chiefs chairman told South Carolina State Uni versity's 400 graduates on Fri day that he particularly enjoyed another recent event: "That was when President Obama took out his birth certificate and blew away Donald Trump and all the birthers!" The stadium roared in ap-Mr. Willie Denson, Tampa Mrs. Keshia Landrum, Tampa. Baby Brandyet E. Williams, Ill,Tampa. Mr. Henry Williams, .Tampa. HARMON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Christine Patricia Arline, Tampa. COLIN POWELL proval of Powell's comments on the president's move last week-to quell th. e doubts of those who don't believe he was born in Hawaii. The retired Army fourstar general endorsed Pres. Obama's 2008 presidential bid. Earlier Friday, Powell was made an honorary member of the school's ROTC Hall of Fame. Mr. Herman 'Roberts, 'J;ampa. RAY WilliAMS FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Erina J. Edwards, Goodwin, Tampa Mr. Eugene Grady,. Springhill, FL. WilSON FUNWliOME Mr. Donald Mobley, Tampa. Ms. Eve Doby, Tampa.

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Crime Woman Faces DUI Manslaughter Charges CHARLOTTE SOWARDS On November 20, 2010, Tampa Police report that Charlotte Sowards, 18, was driving west on Wood Street twice the posted speed limit She ran two stop signs and struck a vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, Jason Plummer, 31, died at the scene and his four passengers were injured. Sowards and the four passengers in Plummer's vehicle were hospitalized. JASON PLUMMER Police said Sowards showed signs of impairment and her blood was taken at the hospital. Her blood alco hol level was .074 six hours after the crash Sowards was subsequently charged with DUI manslaughter, vehicular homicide, DUI with serious bodily injury, reckless driving with serious bodily injury, and DUI with personal injury/property damage. Countv's Code Enforcement Completes Operation Clean Sweep The final tally for the amount of trash, debris and junk collected during Hillsborough County Code Enforcement's three-day Operation Clean Sweep cam paign is 6oo cubic yards. During Operation Clean Sweep in the Lucy Dell com munity, County officials took steps to reduce crime, blight and help create a safer envi ronment for families. Hillsborough County Code Enforcement issued 175 notices. including overgrowth, inoperable or junked cars, trash and debris, damaged roofs and open storage. Two abandoned homes were condemned, boarded up and scheduled for demolition. One notice was issued for operating an auto repair business on a residential property. In addition, the teams picked up more than 300 cubic yards of trash, debris and junk. Operation Clean Sweep began early Wednesday (May 4) morning. The two day campaign proved so successful, the clean up was extended through Friday (May 6) afternoon. Hillsborough County Code officials feel Operation Clean Sweep's success is due to the partnership created between County Code Enforcement and the Sheriffs Office Other departments and agencies participat.ing include County Animal Services; County Parks, Recreation and Conservation; and City of Tampa Code Enforcement officers. Code Enforcement says the residents in the area were very helpful in their participation in the cleanup campaign. UNCLE SANDY .. Never forget to give thanks 2, 5, 9, 10 to the people ":ho 14, 19! 22, 25 really have made a 29, 30, 35, 39 difference m your life 44, 48, so, 55 suspect Sought In Hit And Run At 3 a .m. Friday morning, a witness told police an unidentified victim was walking across Kennedy Boulevard whe n a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed struck the victim and didn t stop. The victim suffered serious, non-life threatening injuries and was hospitalized. Detectives responded to the scene and their investi gation is ongoing According to the witness the driver of the hit-and-run vehicle was a black male, and the vehicle is described as a newer model possibly silver Infinity 4-door with no rims, and no w(ndow tinting. There was damage to the windshield and left front head light area. Teenager Charged In Stepfather's Stabbing Death OTIS WILSON, JR. ... stabbing Victim. ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police detectives have learned that prior to the stabbing which resulted in the death of Otis Wilson, Wilson was involved in a physical altercation with his wife, Paula Wilson. During the altercation, police said Wilson's 16-year-old son, Derrion Adams, grabbed a knife from a kitchen drawer and stabbed Otis Wilson, 41, several times. Adams is the stepson of Otis Wilson. After the stabbing Paula Wilson, 40, called police _and both she and Derrion remained on the scene until officers arrived. Derrion turned the knife over to offi cers as they approached him and told them he stabbed Wilson. Wilson was found sitting in a chair on the front porch bleeding from his wounds and was unconscious. He was transported to a local hospi tal where he later died from his injuries. Adams reportedly told -police he was acting in defense of his mother at the time of the stabbing Adams was charged as a juvenile with Manslaughter and transported to the Juvenile Detention Center. Tampa Police, u. s. Marshals Capture Wanted Fugitive On Friday night, the U. S. Marshals and Tampa Police concluded a joint operation by arresting Lavaren Grady for several felonies. Charges include attempted murder, attempted carjack ing and aggravated battery with a firearm. The venture was initiated after a tip possibly identified the whereabouts of where Grady was staying. The tip was verified and Grady ini tially tried to flee, but was unable to evade officers. On April 6th, Grady was hitchhiking off Williams Road when he got into a pickup driven by an acquaintance, 40-year-old John Ball The two men went to get liquor and then Grady reportedly said he wanted to LA V AREN GRADY go to a remote spot. Ball declined, saying it was too far. Investigators said in the area of Sligh and Virginia Avenues, Grady shot Ball in the back and ran when he couldn't-start the pickup truck. 4 Kappas Charged With Shooting And Beating Pledges With BB Gun Four members of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity have been charged with hazing several students at California State University. According to reports, police began an investigation into a report of a felonious assault during fraternity pledge initiations. KA\f KAPPA ALPHA PSI ..... 0 N 0 ..... ..... 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II C.:. fti "!,. ,<-$:y LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL CIRCUIT CASE MO.: 09-CA-015523 FIFTH THIRD BANK, a Michigan Banking Corporation, (PLAINTIFF) v UNION STATION TAMPA, LLC, a Florida limited liability c o mpany ; LESLIE AROUH, an individual ; FREDRIC NEWMAN, an individual ; ACCARDI PROPERTIES, LLC, a Florida lim i ted liability company; MD UNION STATION, LLC, a Florida limited liability company ; and UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, individually, DEFENDANT(s) NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO FLORIDA STATUTES CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY PROVIDED that i n accordance with the Final J u dgment of Foreclosure entered on April 26 2011, in the above-styled cause the Clerk of the Court will sell to the h i ghe s t and b est bidd e r f o r cash at the 2 n d Floo r Georg e E Edgecomb Building, Rooms 201/ 202 loc ated at 800 East Twi ggs Street in Tampa, Flor i da, on June 7, 2011 at 2 :00p. m. the property described below : Lots 1 2 3 4 5 and 6 Block 1, MAP OF BINKLEY S ADDITION TO FT BROOKE according to the map or plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 41, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida together with the follow ing described property : PARCEL 1 : A parcel of l and ly ing 25 00 feet South of a Seaboard System Railroad main track and North of BINKLEY'S ADDITION TO FORT BROOKE according to map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 41, and including a portion of Lot 25 of MITCHELL SUBDIVISION AS RECORDED IN Deed Book "E", Page 127, lying Southeasterly of a Seaboard System main track and West of the West right-of-way line of Nebraska Avenue (S. R 45} all lying in Section 13 Township 29 South Range 18 East : Hillsborough County Flor i da being more particularly described as follows : Commence at the Southeast corner of said Sect i on 13 ; thence North 00 20 26 West along the East boundary of said Section 13 ; a distance of 141. 66 feet ; thence South 89 39 34 West a distance of 25 00 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 1, Block 1 of said BINKLEY'S ADDITION TO' FORT BROOKE and the West right-of-way line of Nebraska Avenue (S.R. No 45} ; then along said right-of-way of Nebraska Avenue (S.R No 45) North 00 20'26 West a distance of 29.16 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence along a line 25 00 feet Northerly of and parallel with the North boundary of said BINKLEY'S ADDITION TO FORT BROOKE SOUTH 58 40'11 West a distance of 79.72 feet; thence South 65 04 '21" West a distance of 33.76 feet ; thence South 64 00'33 West, a distance of 34 74 feet ; thence south 66 06 19 West, a distance of 34 06 feet ; thence South 6 7" 49 47" Wes t a distance of 34 .11 f e et ; thence South 69 34 18 West, a distance of 33 .88 feet ; thence South 72 21' 36 West a d i stance of 33.49 feet ; thence South 76 12 '13" West a distance of 78 76 feet; thence South 79 55'09 West, a distance of 34 49 feet ; thence South 81 36 50 West distance of 34.83 feet; thence South West, a distance of 34 08 feet ; thence North 88 32 '11" West a distance of 19.38 feet ; thence South 80 15'25 West, a distance of 43 29 feet to a point that is 25.00 feet Northerly of the North boundary of the Southern Ice Company Subdivis i on according to map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 8, Page 51, public records of Hillsborough County, Florida; thence South 89 53 25 West 73.1 1 feet to the point of curvature o f a curve concave Southeasterly said curve having a radius of 2,049 09 feet and a central angle of 02 25 07", then c e along the arc of said curve a distance of 86.50 feet (chord bearing South 88 40 '52" West c hord distance 86.50 feet) t o a point 25 00 feet South of a Seaboard Sy_ stem Railroad main track, thence North 79 22'17" East parallel and 25 00 fee t South of said main t rack a distance of 197.55 feet to the po int of curvature of a curve concave Northwesterly said curve having a radius of 1444 9 f eet and a central angle of 19 40 '31", thence along the arc of said curve a distance of 495.90 feet (chord bearing North 69 32 '01" Eastchord distance 493 47 feet) ; to the intersection with the West right-of way l ine of Nebraska Avenue (S.R. No. 45) South 00 20 26" East, a distance of 47 22 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING PARCEL 2: A 25 00 foot wide parcel of land lying North of and adjacent to BINKLEY S ADDITION TO FORT BROOKE according to map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 41, and lying 25 .00 feet North of and adjacent to Southern Ice Company Subdivision according to map or plat thereof as recorded i n Plat Book 8 Page 51, including a portion of Lot 25 of Mitchell Subdivision as recorded in Deed Book "E" Page 127, lying Southeasterly of a Seaboard System main track and West of the West right of-way line of Nebraska Avenue (S.R No 45} all lying in Section 13, Township 29 South Range 18 East Hillsborough County Florida, being more part i cularly described as follows: Commence at the Southeast corner of said Sectiqn13 ; thence North 00 20'26 West along the East boundary of said Sect i on13 a distance of 141.66 feet ; thence South 89 39 34 West a distance of 25 00 feet to the Northeast corner of Lot 1, Block 1 of said BINKLEY S ADDITION TO FORT BROOKE and the POINT-OF-BEGINNING ; thence along the North boundary of said BINK LEY' S ADDITION TO FORT BROOKE South 58 40 '11" West a distance of 66 .11 feet ; thence South 65 04 '21" West a distance of 34 .92 feet ; thence South 64 00'33 West, a distance of 34 97 feet ; thence South 66 06 19 West, a distance of 34 89 feet ; thence South 67'47" West a distance of 34 86 feet to the Northwest corner of Lot 6 ; thence along the Northerly project ion of the West boundary of Lot 6 North 21 31'46 West, a distance of 12.34 feet to a point on a curve concave Northwesterly (said point being 9 0 feet South of a spur track) said curve having a radius of 862 39 feet and a central angle of 19 12" ; thence along the arc of said curve a distance of 294 06 feet (chord bearing South 80 07'19 Westchord distance of 292 63 feet) to the point of tangency; thence South 89 53'25" West a distance of 20 78 feet to the intersection with a line 25 00 feet Northerly of ttie North boundary of the Southern Ice Company Subdivision, according to map or plat thereof as receded in Plat B ook 8 Page 51, public records of Hillsborough County, Florida ; thence along a line 25.00 feet Northerly of and parallel with the North boundary of said Southern Ice Company Subdivision and the North boundary of said BINKLEY S ADDITION TO FORT BROOKE North 80 15' 25 East a distance of 43 29 feet; thence South 88 '11" East, a distance of 19 38 feet ; thence North 84 20 44" East a distance of 34 08 feet ; thence North 81 36 50 East a distance of 34 .83 feet ; thence North 79 55 09 East a distance of 34.49 feet ; thence North 76 12 13 East a distance of 78 .76 feet, thence North 72 21'36" East a distance of 33.49 feet thence North 69 34'18 East, a distance of 33 88 feet ; thence North 6 7" 49'47 East a distance of 34 .11 feet, thence North 66 06 19 East a d i stance of 34. 06 feet; thence North 64 00 33 East, a distance of 34 74 feet thence North 65 04 '21" East a d i stance of 33.76 feet thence North 58 40 '11" East a distance of 79 72 feet to the West right-<>f-way line of Nebraska Avenue thence along the West right-<>f-way line of Nebraska Avenue South 0 20'26 East, a distance of 29 16 feet to the POINT -OF-BEGINNING. Property Address: 700 N Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, Florida ANY PERSON OR ENTITY CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN TH. E SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS, MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN ACCOMODATION IN ORDER TO ACCESS COURT FACILITIES OR PARTICIPATE IN A COURT PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. TO REQUEST SUCH AN ACCOMMODATION, PLEASE CONTACT COURT ADMINISTRATION WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS, OF THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED: COMPLETE THERE QUEST FOR ACCOMMODATIONS FORM AND SUBMIT IT TO 800 E. TWIGGS STREET ROOM 604, TAMPA, FL 33602. Dated this gnn. day of APRIL, 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THECIRCUIT COURT By: /s/GLENDALY MARTINEZ AS DEPUTY CLERK II Notice of Public Hearing A public hearingwill be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code, beginning at 9:00A.M., May 27, 2011, at the Board Room, 2nd Floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be f i led with the Clerk within fifteen(15) workng days after the conClusion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PUR POSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Planning and Growth Management Department at (813) 276-2006. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 11-0384-EGL,. lsmarai Roche Corrales requesting a Variance to required setbacks for property located at 2526 W. Knollwood St., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 11-0399-I:JV, William A. & Cynthia J. Ryan requesting a Variance to easement requirements for property located at 13031 Rhodine Rd., zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 11-0402-SFN, Mango SC Co Ltd requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 11720 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd., zoned PO 85-206 Petition VAR 11-0431-ER, Corrie Leroy Lariscy requesting a Variance to minimum lot size for utilities for property located at SE cor of Haynes & Pettie Rd., zoned RSC-6 (MH). Petition VAR Orlando Rodriguez requesting a Variance to setbacks for property located at 6022 Larmon St., zoned RSC-9. Petition VAR 11-0433-PR, MDMV Real Estate Group LLC requesting a Variance to fence height for property located at 5209 24th Ave. S., zoned M. Petition VAR 11-0434-BR, CNL Funding 2000-A LP requesting a Variance to the SR 60 Overlay Standards to the landscaping and island, parking and off-street use for property located at 775 W. Brandon Blvd., zoned CG. Petition VAR 11-0435-TNC, JP Morgan Chase Bank requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 7319 W. Waters Ave., zoned PO 88-173. Petition VAR 11-0436-BLD, JP Morgan Chase Bank requesting a Sign Variance for property located at 3414 Lithia-Pinecrest Rd., zoned PO 88-111. Petition VAR 11-0447-CW Luis & Luisa Kortright requesting a Variance to fence height for property located at 10023 Orange Grove Dr zoned RSC-4 Petition VAR 11-0453-APB, P Cuervo Araque Trustee requesting a Variance to the separation requirements for a Community Residential Home for property iocated at 601 Flamingo Dr., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 11-0454-EGL, PCC Airpark LLC requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for proper.ty located at 4902 W. Sligh Ave., zoned SPI-AP-5. Petition VAR 11-0455-EL, USA Slaughterhouse LLC requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located at 6101 & 6211 N 56th St., zoned M I Cl.

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.... c: m en II LEGAL NOTICE II II EMPLOYMENT II 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. JUNE 07, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0136-0-2011/JM UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY MAINTENANCE **** 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 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 bus i ness hours. NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0150-0-2011/RM PURCHASE OF CHEMSCAN PROCESS ANALYZER For the Public Utilities Department Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of a ChemScan Process Analyzer, Model UV-41 00 to Applied Spectrometry Associates, Inc in the amount of $177,300 00 This procurement is considered a sole source because this unit is a replacement for an existing unit. The replacement unit must be of the same manufacturer in order to properly integrate with the ex i sting Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system equipment and software. Installing equipment from a different manufacturer would require additional expenses for re-design and modifications to the existing system. Applied Spectrometry Associates, Inc. is the only authorized source of supply for spare parts and factory trained repair services, which are required to calibrate and optimize this system Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requ i rement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position The Hillsborough County Financial Services Group (Procurement) must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on May 17, 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 Financial Services Group (Procurement), 601 E Kennedy Blvd County Center, 18th Floor, Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Rosalyn Mcintosh, or FAX to (813) 272-6290 For further information call (813) 272-5790. Contact LaVora @ (813) Fax To: (813) 248 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com 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 26, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0126-0-2011/BG 400 GALLON AIR RECEIVER TANK **** 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 Purchasin_g Council Bid 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 II EMPLOYMENT II Cutting It Low Experienced Licensed Barbers Wanted 60/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 Personal Assistant Needed Urgently, To Handle Personal And Business With Good Benefits Interested And Qualified Candidate Should Get Back As Soon As Possible With Resumes And Details At: sodgen5291 @gmail.com Natural Hair Reignz N Style 2202 W Waters Avenue Ste. #5 Tampa Fl 33604 Attention. : Seeking Natural Hair Technicians. If You Can Braid, Lock And Twist This Is The Opportunity You Don't Want To Miss Come Join A Team That Is Certified, Bonifide And Qualified To Meet The Needs Of Every Natural Client Desire With An All Natural Hair Care Product Line Evie (813) 312-8883 Or Nikki (813) 764-6061 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONT.ACT L...A'VOIR.A -<&-.::s> 24&--.e:::z-. I:::)IIB"'T".-,11-19. C:::."' 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