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c Q -a: Q ...I LL. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 2 VOL 66 NO. 79 TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Store Official I Apologizes For Incident SEE PAGE 3 Sons Of Prominent TamPa Pioneers Die SEE PAGE 8 Man Convicted Of Rape liven 65 Years SEE PAGE 15 COMMUNITY CHAMPIONS HONORED Molina Healthcare of Florida 6 unsung heroes from across Florida in the second annual Community Champions Awards ceremony. The event was held last Wednesday evening at the Florida Aquarium. Entertainment was provided by Clayton Cullaton of Unlimited Gospel Expressions. The winners shown with Molina Healthcare of ficials are: from left, Damia Kelly, Johnny Hightower, Linda Walker, Molina Healthcare of Florida President, David Pollack, Linda Hawkins, Molina Healthcare Inc.'s Michelle Purrington, Pastor Tom Jones, Molina Healthcare of Florida's Angela Blaylock and Rosa Kasse. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON)


Local Bovfriend Faces Murder Charge In Infant's Death BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A 21-y ear-old man was arrested and charged with the murder of his girlfriend s in fant son. Damarcus Kirkland-Williams is being held at the jail without bond. According to the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office, late Wednesday night, 13-month-old Ezekiel Mathis was transported to University Community Hospital after Kirkland-Williams report edly found him unresponsive. The child was pronounced dead During the police inv e stiga tion, Kirkland-Williams re portedly told police that he was angry with the child s mother and intended to throw him onto the bed. However, the child's stomach struck the dresser. The incident took place at an apartment in the 13700 block ofN. 21s t Street. 0 Kirkland-Williams fura: ther told police that he placed LL the child in the bed on his C stomach "As the victim would :i not stop crying, the defendant > (Kirkland-Williams) inten<( tionally struck him twice on his back," police said W Kirkland-Williams told ::: t-i: w > w c w l: en :::i m ::: Q. police that the infant's mother was not at home when the inci dent took place. The child reportedly had IUTOICCID DAMARCUS KIRKLANDWILLIAMS ... Faces First-Degree Murder and Aggravated Child Abuse Charges multiple bruises on his face and body. An autopsy revealed that the child died of blunt im pact trauma to the head and body with lacerations of the liver and spleen. Kirkland-Williams was arrested early Thursday morn ing and charged with first-de gree murder and aggravated child abuse. Family Feared For Child Ms. Mary Davis, grand mother of Ezekiel, and mother, Swazikki Davis, said her family had made Kirkland-Williams leave her daughter's apartment be cause she indicated that she was uncomfortable with him there. However, weeks before the death, Kirkland-Williams had been allowed to return to z i= w ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z FREE Professional Service i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL Alert: The Rorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will 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: dpP.......: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip&Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Call Michelle B. Patty .::: 1Jal:813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 .. _A Ezekiel Mathis died Wednesday from Blunt Impact Trauma. He is shown with his mother, Swazikki Davis. during happier times. the home around the time of Ezekiel's first birthday. Kirkland-Williams is not the bio logical father of Ezekiel or his sister, Fantasia, Ms. Davis said. "My daughter has mental issues and she is just too easily influenced and she is just too trusting." Ms. Davis said that she normall y took care of Ezekiel, and her other daughter, Ms. Yyoni Bunkley kept Fantasia because she had a daughter around her age. Ms. Davis said she had taken the children to the daughter for their check up and everything was fine. She stated that they had only been with their mother when Ms. Bunkley called and informed her about bruises on Fantasia. Ms. Davis said she told her to contact the doctor. Ms. Davis said they were instructed to take the child to St. Joseph's Hospital, where she was treated. The Department of Children & Families removed Fantasia from the home on May 7'\ but they al lowed Ezekiel to remain in the custod y with his moth er. ''Yyoni c am e to the hospi tal and told DCF that she believed he (Kirkland-Williams) had caused the bruising on Fantasia and they didn t look into it. Ezekiel would have been alive if they had did something then, Ms. Davis stated. Ms. Davis further stated that Ezekiel stayed with his mother on Mother s Day and she picked him up on May 9th. She dropped him off to his mother on May 10th after she said DCF knew that Kirkland-Williams was back in the home. She visited with him on the day before he died. Ms. Davis said she re ceived a call from a family friend who lived in the neigh borhood that night telling her the baby was dead Family Needs Help With Funeral Ms. Davis said the family is in need of help with his fu neral. She has made arrange ments to hold the funeral on Saturday, May 28th, at 11 a.m., at Ministry of Spirit & Truth, 1417 E. Holland, where she has been a member for the past 8 years. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments. "We need help and anyone who can help can contact me at (813) 384-0530," Ms. Davis stated. DCF Releases Statement Joe Follick, Communications Director for the Depart ment of Children & Families said in a press release, I join every child welfare profes sional, the community and all Floridians in mourning the senseless, tragic and violent death of 1-year-old Ezekiel Mathis .... "Photographs taken by law enforcement revealed Ezekiel had several bruises on his stomach, hip area, forehead, and back. ... "At the time of the death, the Hillsborough County Sher iffs Office Child Protection Di vision had an open investigation on Ezekiel and his sister, a 2-year-old who had been removed from the home and placed in protective cus tody on May 7 due to concerns of physical abuse, medical neg lect, and failure to protect." Follick further stated that the decision was made to not remove Ezekiel from the home. Hillsborough Kids, Inc. implemented a safety plan for ongoing protective supervision and his mother was told to pre vent her boyfriend, Demarcus Kirkland-Williams, from having any contact with the child. However, Follick further stated that KirklandWilliams was at the apartment during home visits on both Friday, May 13 and Wednesday, May 18, when case workers visited. He said the Crisis Response Team noted that Kirkland-Williams was interacting with Ezekiel. Ezekiel died the same night of the last visit. Follick said the murder took place before the agency had an opportunity to address the violation On behalf of all of the agencies involved, I have or dered a thorough review of the circumstances surrounding this death and prompt correc tive actions where necessary. We will aggressively cooperate with law enforcement to make sure the person responsible for the murder of Ezekiel receives the maximum punishment, Follick stated Attorney General Issues Press Release Attorney General Pam Bondi issued the following press release after the child died, In response to the death of 13-nionth-old boy Ezekiel Mathis, Attorney General Pam Bondi has initiated a comprehensive review of the agency's roles and procedures in child protection services. Ezekiel died Wednesday night "Attorney General Bondi has asked Nick Cox to con duct a thorough review of this matter. Cox will report to the Attorney General on the Ezekiel Mathis case itself and on whether any policy or law changes are neces5ary to prevent similar tragedies in the ; ., ': 0 :'


B & D Supermarket Vice President Apologizes, savs Incident Escalated BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, the Sentinel published an article about an incident at a local supermar ket. One of the store officials contacted the Sentinel last week to apologize to the com munity for the incident and said he wants to make sure that it never happens again. The Apology During an interview last Friday, Lisandro (Lee) Diaz, Vice President of B & D Supermarket said, "This was a miscommunication that got out of hand. It never should have happened. I highly re gret that this happened and I apologize on behalf of myself and the staff who works here." Diaz stated that he is seeking ways to "fix the prob lem and make sure that it never happens again. I have a lot of respect for this commu nity. When we opened, I said that I wanted to be a part of the community and I intend to continue being a part of the community." He further stated that the incident took place after he observed Darwin McNish walking out of the store with the peanuts. "I went to the cashier and asked if he had paid for them. She never told me that he had paid and that is when I went outside "I approached him outside very decently and asked if he had paid. He did tell me that qe had and I said, 'Sir, do you have your receipt.' "He said he didn't have his receipt, but he had paid the cashier. I told him that I needed to see his receipt and asked him for it again. He said, 'I don't have to tell you sh**, I'm leaving."' Nish, he said. "We put him against the glass and he was still kicking and throwing punches. He was struggling and we were trying to control him. "If he had come back into the store, then I would have been embarrassed and I would have admitted that I made a mistake. I would have apologized to him right then, but he had so much attitude. "I believe in treating peo ple the way I want to be treated. I always try to be very careful because I don't want to hurt or embarrass anyone," Diaz stated. Jose Aybar said, "The cashier watched everything that happened, but never said anything." He also stated that police injured his leg during his ar rest. Part of Community Diaz said his organization purchased the store eight years ago. Since then, it has been his goal to become a part of the community. He stated that he has helped countless people, churches, and other organiza tions who have asked for help. An 11-year employee who does not wish to be identified said that she knows that it was an isolated incident "that shouldn't have happened. It was a lack of communication. ''Lee hires people from the community. Two of my children have worked here and he has done a lot for peo ple in the community." Meeting With NAACP or four of them grabbed his arms and were holding him. At some point, several indi viduals were restraining McNish. McNish stated in the report that the owner began punching him in the face sev eral times. "The other man, who had my bicycle lock in his hand, started swinging the lock at me. He hit me in the head a couple of times with the end of the lock." Police arrested the owner, 48-year-old Jose Aybar, and Richard Meregildo, 34. Aybar was charged with battery and obstructing or op posing a police officer. Meregildo, identified as a Stock Clerk, was arrested and charged with aggravated bat tery with a deadly weapon. Although the Sentinel has not been able to contact McNish, we have learned that he is being represented by John Bales Attorneys Law Firm. Funeral Services Planned For Man Killed At Bar BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Funeral services have been planned for a young Tampa man killed at a bar last week. The funeral for Walter J. J. Revear will be held on Satur day, May 28th, at 2 p.m., at Kingdom Worship Center, 1102 "C", East Fowler Avenue. Revear was a patron at the Interstate Lounge, 9301 N. Nebraska Avenue last Wednesday, when a fight started outside the club. His sister, Ms. Nahsmiah Revear, said her brother did n t have anything to do with the fight. Revear and his younger brother, Roderick Revear, had gone to the club to meet their sister, Kendra. "We were trying to get a ride somewhere else. We had only been at the bar about 15 minutes. We weren't doing anything. We were minding our own business, just hanging out. "He (J. J. Revear) had just come home and we were together every day. He was trying to turn his life around. He had finally got a break and set-"Maintaining Join us On: WALTERJ. J. REVEAR toj2oj82 to s/t8/u tied down for real. It wasn't about money or anything, but being free. "A single shot and he was gone. It hurts so bad I don't want to believe it We have been like glue ever since he came home. He just wanted to enjoy life and smile a little bit," Revear said of his older I\) 1\) 0 ...... ...... brother. J. J. Revear was the son 0 of Ms. Veronica York. His 2:! grandmothers are Ms. Ether-ine York and Ms. Helen en Revear. He is also survived m z by 2 brothers and 2 sisters, his ::::t 6-year-old daughter, and other Z family members and friends. Aikens Funeral Home is in aJ charge of handling arrange-? ments. r z u Mav 24, 2011 Diaz said at that point, McNish had reached his bi cycle and was attempting to leave. He stated that at that point, he (Diaz) told McNish he wasn't leaving and placed his hands on the bicy cle. Lee said be wants to con tinue to be a part of the com munity. He has requested a meeting with the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP and hopes to reach a resolution. The Incident Tampa Park Plaza Conference Room Doors Open 5:15 Seminar Begins @ 5:45 Diaz said at that point, McNish struck him on the right arm with the bicycle lock and Richard Meregildo grabbed him from behind. He stated that McNish threw a punch, striking him in the face and began running in the parking lot. Diaz said he grabbed the back of McNish's shirt, try ing to detain him for police. At some point, Meregildo caught up with them and they were trying to restrain Me-The incident took place on Tuesday, May wth at the B & D Supermarket, 4015 E. Hills borough Avenue, shortly after 3 p. m. According to the police report, McNish, 28, purchased peanuts that were on sale 2 for $1. McNish told police he paid for the peanuts with his EBT card, but told the cashier he didn't need a receipt. McNish said in the report the two men stopped him from leaving and one of them snatched his bicycle lock from his hand. McNish said he was i : MavIs High Blood Pressure Awareness Month


... fi Editorials/Columns :E >' tn w ::::: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Rorida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAVES, EDITOR IRIS 'HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKjf4S, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.110-6 Months Both EdHions: $87.DO-Per Year Editions. Opinions expreaaed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not neceaaarlly reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Sad Farewell To A Troubled Child T o look at J. J. Rev ear was not to see a felon. Eyes

Horoscopes/Soaps Horoscopes Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Keep your objective in mind. You're passionate about the subject, so go for it. Clean up the mess afterwards Plan time for a romantic rendezvous later. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Give in to physical passion through dance or exercise. Make time to care for the body that carries you through life. Pamper it with delicious healthy food Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Play the game the way it was de signed. In the heat of passion, you might forget this. Stay thrifty, but spend a little extra for the best quality. It'll last longer. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Today the skies open for great productivity at work. Finish those projects that have been resist ing completion. Passions may run wilder than usual. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-It's okay to focus on work today. Take advantage of increased productivity. Follow the rules, give it your best, decide quickly and profit. You'll like the results Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Cleaning house could lead to the discovery of a treasure in your home. You're very powerful now. Use your energy for extra productivity at work, too. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Your motivation is clear. Get expert ad'vice, and then dive in to a change at home that you've been wanting. Add beauty and organization to your space. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You're smart, and getting smarter. Now's a great time for projects at home that are better with a partner. Passion drives your efforts. Respect and be re spected. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-You can accomplish anything that you set your mind to when you're this confident. Transform your expectations for the better. Romance and pas sion? Yes! Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-A practical partner is your guide. Follow through with details. Take advantage of good busi ness abilities. Learn as quickly as possible. Push toward victory. Aries (March 21April19)-All's fair in love and war, they say, but that doesn't take collateral damage into account. Put your intentions into being kind to those around you. It works out. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-The more you learn, the more you value true friends. Deep philosophical and spiritual conver sation keeps you on your path. Offer your experience to someone who needs it, and listen. SO IPS ALL MY CHILDREN -Jake's upset when Amanda tells him she stopped taking her birth control and might be pregnant; Kendall learns that Ricky killed Diane; Ricky wants to marry Kendall imme diately. Ricky overhears Bianca telling Miranda to stay away from him; Cara misinterprets Tad's intentions; Krystal senses something isn't right with a loved one. Ryan turns to Greenlee for support in hard times; Kendall injects Griffin with a syringe; Bianca has flash backs of her rape. BOLD AND TilE BEAUTIFUL -Taylor is rushed to the hos pital after ingesting the island berries; Whip reprimands Thomas for putting his mother in grave danger and grills him about why he still has the berries; and Taylor confesses to Ridge about her hallu cinations of him. Stephanie overhears Thomas' phone call to Brooke; Thomas gets sentimental observing his parents; Ridge tells Brooke the berries acted as an aphrodisiac on Taylor; and Stephanie makes Thomas an offer he can't refuse. Stephanie makes Thomas a lucrative offer; Whip's feelings are hurt when Taylor shuns him; Stephanie forewarns Steffy that Ridge and Taylor will ultimately re unite; Thomas tells Ridge and Brooke about events he remembered. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Rafe and Sami hit another dead end with the impostor; Chloe and Quinn agree to try dating; EJ tells Ste fano he's pulling out of the shadier aspects of the family business; Chad and Abigail arrange to spend their lunch breaks together dur ing the summer. Taylor tells EJ that Nicole knows about their rela tionship; Kate plays head games with Vivian; Carly lectures Abigail about doctor-patient confidentiality; Sami asks Bo about Rafe's re cent behavior at work. Sami tells Stefano that she and Rafe are back together; Abigail realizes Carly is Katerina; Taylor informs Nicole that she is not leaving town; Will and Gabi make plans for the prom; Melanie misreads a situation between Dario and his bookie. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Anthony plots to use Brenda and her son as a way to weaken Sonny; Robin and Patrick have a trick up their sleeves; Michael finds himself staring down the barrel of An thony's shotgun. Luke confides in Sonny his fear that he is becoming his father; Ethan comforts Kristina as she suffers through symptoms of withdrawal; Liz is distracted by a vision of Jake and makes a po tentially fatal mistake. Siobhan and Maxie admit to each other that they know Aiden s paternity; Sonny flips out about Kristina's crush on Ethan; Maxie treats Matt to a night out. ONE LIFE TO LIVE-Bo and Nora aren't convinced that Tomas is innocent; Matthew collapses; Joey blasts Aubrey about her lying and scheming. Viki challenges Clint about his claim that he killed Eddie Ford; Bo and Nora scramble to figure out what's wrong with Matthew ; Todd surprises Tea with news that he wants Tomas to live with them. Brody confronts Todd about Bess' claim that he knows where Marty is hiding; Cutter demands scads of cash from Viki and Clint; James prepares a romantic evening for Start. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Caleb shocks Colin with a gruesome suggestion; Ashley's lies continue. Katherine forbids Ash ley to see Tucker; Nina is distraught by Chance s news Phyllis is fu rious at Daniel; Nina blames Heather for Chance's decision. Fictures From The Fast N N 0 .... .... 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Local ..f' N ::! < c (/) w ::l 1-Scon Signs Bill To Cut Earlv Voting oavs Florida will have less vot ing days, and voters will have a tougher time updating their registrations at the polls, under a fiercely debated elec tions bill that Governor Rick Scott signed into law Thursday The bill, among the most controversial that lawmakers sent to Scott this spring, is largely an attempt to crack down on fraud, according to its Republican sponsors and supporters. But Democrats have as sailed it as an exercise in voter suppression, and in particular, the suppression of votes by college students and others who tend largely to vote Democratic. Asked about it earlier, the governor said, "The things I care about with re gard to elections, I want to make sure people have the opportunity to vote. I want GOV. RICK SCOTI people to get out to vote, and I don't want fraud. So that will sort of be the filter I use in going through the bill." The new law cuts early voting days from 14 to eight, though it allows election su pervisors to keep polls open up to 12 hours per day in other words, the same 96 total hours permitted under current law. Opening the polls for fewer days will save counties money, supporter said. The law also prevents most voters who have changed their address since the last election from updat ing their status at the polls. Unless they have moved within the same county, those voters will have to cast provisional ballots, many of which historically have not been included in final elec tion tallies. The address change re striction is expected to affect university students in partic ular -a demographic that was key to President Barack Obama's election in 2008. Anempt To Redraw Countv's Districts Criticized Earlier this month, Hills borough County Commis sioner Victor Crist said he wanted the once-in-a-decade process of drawing new com mission districts to be as non-partisan and as simple as it can be. However, after he made that statement, Crist alien ated his Democratic col league, Commissioner Les Miller, with some backroom maneuvers to redraw the dis trict. Crist ordered a county employee to draw a map that put most of Temple Terrace back into his district. The city had been moved into Miller's district on four ini tial maps drawn by a county redistricting task force. The county charter re quires that the four single member districts be roughly equal in population. That means Miller's District 3 must add people; Crist's District 2 will lose some. Crist was the only com missioner to order a new map before the commission COMMISSIONER LES MILLER held its first redistricting workshop or public hearing. Under Crist's plan, he would take all of Temple Ter race east of 561 h Street, leav ing Miller a sliver of the city to the west. His attempt to move a small city into his district is unusual, but not necessarily improper, ac cording to a political scien tist. Crist insists his motives were not political. He also said the city will benefit from having two commissioners instead of one. The Temple Terrace City Council unani mously agreed to support Crist. Citv Weighs Higher Commercial Trash Rates Mayor Bob Buckhorn is weighing a move to in crease commercial garbage rates within the next year to bridge shortfalls in the city's cash-strapped solid waste de partment. On Thursday, Mayor Buckhorn's budget director told City Council members the department faces a pro jected $4 million shortfall halfway through this fiscal year, and will need to tap into its nearly depleted reserve funds to meet its operating expenses. Tampa's commercial rates range from $28 to $83 a month, depending on the size of the container and number of pickup days, not including a $71 per ton tipping fee. Mayor Buckhorn said he doesn't plan to increase residential trash rates, which are about $25 a month for the average customer and haven't been increased since 2006. Solid Waste Director Tonja Brickhouse said the city has lost more than 2,000 residential and commercial trash accounts since 2009. She said the department has cut operating costs by about $5 million in the past year. Under the city's charter, the Solid Waste Department is supposed to be self-sustaining, with money from trash collection and other ac tivities. But similar to the city's other enterprise funds, those revenues are not enough to cover the cost of providing service. NOW COOKING THURSDAY 3608 N. 813


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JYA'LEESA 3Months 1 Year Neve r thought I'd be blessed with a beautiful angel that has brightened m y world every day, Even a y ear l a ter I'm still bless e d to have you in m y life. Happ y 1st birthday t o mommy s princess, w ho will be cel e brating her birthda y this Saturday at Lowry Park with f amily and friends. Love, your mommy. Happv Belated Preacher Man! Birthdav 0 Seeking Christian FellowshiP a: lL 0 z c( 0 en w 1-ffi > w 0 w ::J: en :::; m D. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= LAURA PYRON z Wishing our mom a bee( lated happy birthday on S-21-9 ?, Laura Pyron, a.k.a., a: Queen. 0 RODNEYK. LAUDERDALE Write Rodney K. Lauderdale, #41127-048, FCC Coleman (Medium), P. 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. ...J From, all your children lL and grandchildren. FYI 4 High Schools In 'America's Top 100' Four Hillsborough County Schools were recently ranked in the top 100 of the 2011 Washington Post High School Chalformerly known as Newsweek's America s Best High Schools List. The four schools and their rankings are Plant, ranked 38th; King, ranked 52"d; Hillsborough, ranked 56th; and Robinson, ranked 8181 c:o Additionally, the district also beat its record for the most W schools on the list, With 18. Last year, 16 schools earned a spot 9 on the list. L Local Sons 01 Prominent Tampa Pioneers Die GERALD WHITE, SR. 8/31/46 to 5/23/11 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A member of a popular family and the son of a Tampa pioneer died suddenly on Monday. Mr. Gerald White, Sr., was 64 years old. A Tampa native, Mr. White was one of 7 children born to the late Mr. and Mrs. Moses (Lucille) White. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Blake High School. Mr. White continued his education at Florida A & M University, where he earned his degree. After graduating from college, with a degree in Physical Education, Mr. White re turned to Tampa and worked at Moses White & Sons Bar-B-Que : in the family business. His brother, Andre White said, "Gerald was a member of the first football team at Blake High School, under Jim Williams to go undefeated. The first time the team played de fense with 4 linemen was with Melford Lee, Earl Edwards, Rudolph Sims, and Gerald White." During his lifetime, Mr. White served as a bodyguard for popular singer Marvin Gaye on several tours when his brother served as his manager. In 1997, Mr. White and his son, Gerald White, Jr., opened the doors of Moses White & Sons Bar-B-Que. The business was named in honor of his late father, Moses White a Tampa pioneer, who owned and opened a restaurant for sev eral years. Moses White & Sons was first lo cated on Central Avenue. It later relocated to W. Main Street before closing. Located on E. 7th Avenue, Mr. White op erated Moses White & Sons Bar B Que u ntil 2004. He retired after the business closed. Mr. White was the father of 3 children, Kevin White, Gerald, White Jr., and LaTonya White. Mr. White was married to Mrs. Bridgid White for 45 years and was the grandfather of several children. Andre White said, "He is a who ROBERT COLE, JR. 11-20-40 to 5-20-11 will be sadly missed by many for his jovial dis position." Funeral services for Mr. White were in complete as of press time. Mr. Robert L. Cole, Jr., the son of Tampa pioneer and bsinessman, Robert L. Cole, Sr. passed away Friday at his Ybor City home. He was 'jo years old. According to his wife, Leola Cole, Mr. Cole died of cardiac arrest. His father said his son had experienced health problems for a while due to his chain smoking. According to -Mrs. Cole, her husband-at tended Middleton High School and joined the Armed Forces after graduation. After his dis charge, he became a counselor, then later worked for Tampa Electric. After his retirement from TECO, Mr. Cole helped his father operate several businesses at Tampa International Airport. Mrs. Cole said her husband enjoyed play ing dominos, helping others barbecuing, and socializing. "He had a lot of grandchildren, but he es pecially loved his grandson, Bryant. When Bryant was born, he was handed to his grand, father and just seeing Bryant breathing life in his hands really had an impact on him." Mr. Cole is the father of five children (a daughter is deceased), and he has five siblings. Mrs. Cole said after his recent discharge from the hospital, she prayed to God he'd be better. "But on Friday, I felt he was nearing the end. I prayed to God to take him and riot let him suffer. "To show yo\} how much this man cared about others, didn't want to die in bed with me. He didn't want me to see him that way. He got up, went into the bathroom, and that's where we found him. I want the memory of my husband to be one Of True A service will be held for Mr. Cole this Sat urday at 11 a.m. ; St. Luke A. M E. Church. Aiken's Funeral Home is assisting the family.


Mother's oav Celebrated Across The Bav Sunday, May 8, 2011, Mother's Day, was busy all across the Bay area. Families celebrated their mothers in various ways. (Photos by Julia Jackson) These mothers and daughters attending worship service are: from left, Cynthia Brady, Lenora Brady, Susie Milner, Beverly Turner, Sabrina Christie, Gladys Whaley and Veronica Whaley. Mother Lee Burney with her daughter, Regina, and R. J. Amerson and Victor Whaley. Cynthia Brady and her mother, Lenora Brady enjoyed Mother's Day at worship service. Gregory, Rujel and Gregory Brooks, Jr. celebrating Mother's Day. Not present, daughter, Zuri Brooks with the military. Bishop John & Calhv Williams From Grand Rapids, Ml "Stepping Into All The World" Sunda May 29 -Tuesda May 31st 7 P. M. Ni htl Word Of Truth Outreach Ministries 18473 Bridle Club Dr.-Tampa, FL 33647-1785 (813) 971-3810 Rev. Dr. Sarah M. Johnson, Founder, President Come Hear The Word Of God! Outreach 11lnistry 6213 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, Florida 33610 c 1\) 1\) 0 ...... ...... "T1 r 0 JJ c )> 0 m z ::! z m r-:m c: r r m ::j z ., c: m r c;; ::I: m c m < m JJ < c: m 0 c )> z c "T1 JJ c


Local Event Mother's oav Event A Success :E BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter <( c C/) UJ Sheilah Youngblood ::1 and her sister, Ola Abreu, .... started planning this year's c a: LL c z < c C/) w ::1 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: C/) ::i m ::1 Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::1 Mother s Day event when the 2010 event was over. The sis ters knew they wanted this one to be exciting and better than all the others. They weren't disappointed. Thanks to Hollywood star, Obba Babatunde, Our Sis ters Our Friends hosted a Mother s Day Gala at the Kapok in Clearwater last weekend, and the compli ments continue to pour in. Deidre Smith said the 3day event was fantastic. "This organization was truly an inspiration for not only mothers, but for every one. I am looking forward to next year's event." Ms. Curtiss Wilson said while pondering for words to describe the event, she came up with one word. Outstanding! The culmi nating event was not only en tertaining, it was extremely well planned and enlighten ing. "I am sorry that I was un able to take advantage of the other activities for the week end, but I heard nothing but positive remarks about every thing. Knowing that it is a fundraiser for all the charita ble work Our Sisters, Our Friends does, easily justifies the entire cost of the ticket. They are really two wonderful loving sisters who are sincere about what they do." "Overall, we were over whelmed over the turnout and support we got," said Mrs. Abreu. It felt like family and we were all left with memories that will last forever." Dl Posingforthisphoto at the gala were 0 tor): Ola Correa, Ola ...1 Abreu, Vicki Yohe, and Sheilah Youngblood. w z i= z w C/) < c a: 0 ...1 LL 0 ..... Obba Babatunde greets the huge crowd. JAMES YOUNGBLOOD Attending the gala were Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller and his wife, Gwen. Attending the Mother's Day event were 0 to r) Simone Bailey, Marchalo Judge, Jr., and Jonathan Glenn. In this photo Oeft to right): Mr. Rufus, Herman Monroe, Caira Abreu, Rebecca McGowan, Dr. Aaron Smith, Juan Abreu, and Kiara Cruel. Strong; Fathers USF 'Strong Fathers' Project At The lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center Derek Smith and Vicki Yohe. The USF Family Research borhood Service Center are collaborating on a "Strong Fathers" project during the months of May, June, and July. Lab and the Lee Davis Neigh-What is needed is information on fathers living in the Tampa area. Volunteers are asked to participate in a 20-minute survey. Everyone who participates will be placed automatically into a drawing and will be guaranteed to :receive at least one prize. All information provided to the researchers will be kept confidential. For more information, or to participate in the study, please contact Jamal at 813974-9222.


Entertainment Prince's House In Minnesota Avoids Foreclosure PRINCE Iconic pop star, Prince, recently avoided foreclosure on his 20-acre spread in Chanhassen, Minn., paying a delinquent mortgage bill of $368,ooo in full. His lender, Bank of New York Mellon Trust Co., filed for foreclosure and a public auction was supposed to take place May 13, 2011, but was avoided. The seven-time Grammy Award-winner now owns the land, which he purchased for $605,000 in 1994, free and clear. The home on the prop erty is now worth an estimat ed $1.15 million. This foreclosure threat was one of the recent financial delinquencies the 52-year-old pop star has recently encoun tered. In fact, Prince just paid $1.3 million for current and delinquent property taxes that were owed from 2009 and 2010. He was also behind on paying the tax bills in 2006 and 2008. Faith Evans And Husband File For Divorce FAI'IJI EVANS And TODDRUSSAW Singer Faith Evans and her husband, record executive Todd Russaw have officially filed for divorce. The couple married in 1997, and have been separat-ed since December, 2005. The couple have two young children, one born in 2007, after the couple's separation. Evans is seeking joint legal and sole physical custody of the children. She wants Todd, who is also her manager, to have visitation rights. She is also asking the judge to reject any claim of spousal support. Faith Evans was married to Christopher "The Notorious B.I.G." Wallace when he was killed in 1997. Rapper B.G.Indicted .on Gun, Conspiracv Charges B. G. NEW ORLEANS -A feder al grand jury indicted New Orleans rapper B.G. on gun and conspiracy charges, U.S. Attorney Jim Letten said. Letten said tlfe 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Christopher Dorsey, faces two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice. If convicted, Dorsey faces up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine on the gun charges and up to 20 years and a $250,000 fine on the conspiracy charge. The charges are from a 2009 traffic stop in which officers recovered three guns, two of which were reported stolen. Dorsey was arrested along with two others in the vehicle, Demounde Pollard and Jerod Fedison. According to the indictment, Dorsey conspired with Pollard and Fedison to' obstruct justice by "inducing Demounde Pollard to sign a false affidavit attesting that Dorsey did not possess three firearms on Nov. 3, 2009." B.G. is probably best known for 1999's "Bling Bling," which was a hit by the group, the Hot Boys, of which he was a member along with rappers Lil Wayne, juvenile and Turk. Diddv Changes His Name, Again DIDDY, a.k.a., SWAG Music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs can t stop, won't stop changing his name. The Bad Boy recently changed it yet again, to SWAG. SWAG recently took to Twitter to announce his name change, even switching his Twitter name from @iamdiddy to @iamswag. This is just one of several nicknames Combs has held over his career. Originally called "Puff Daddy," Combs later shortened it to "Puff'' only to re-christen hirriself "P. Diddy" a short time later. After losing the "P" he went by "Diddy." Combs now embraces "SWAG." Raz B wanted In China For Molesting 15-Year-Oid Bov RAZB Former B2K member Raz B is wanted in Beijing, China for allegedly molesting a 15-year-old boy. The charges stem from an investigation that began on March 12, 2011. The report was leaked by an anonymous source. 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Bucs WR Spurlock Sate From MiSSiSSiPPi Flooding the only thing that has hit them has been the rain and wind. en w ::J 1-MICHEAL SPURLOCK Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Micheal Spurlock believes he is fortunate despite being part of the cur rent NFL lockout. Spurlock lives in Miss issippi, a state ,that has been hit by the floods from the Mississippi River. Spurlock, however, is happy his home and family have not been vic timized by the rising water. "It's a blessing and a curse because a lot of other families have been losing their houses and a lot of things because of the flood Directly I haven't been affected, but indirectly a lot of people working at casi nos have been affected. I have a friend that lives in Greenville (Miss.) and works at the casino (Harlow's) and he's supposed to be laid off for six months. Indirectly, I've been affected." Spurlock said he was in Tampa two weeks ago working out with quarterback Josh Freeman, but returned home to his family. > Spurlock is from Indianola, located in the Mississippi Delta in the northwest section LL of the state. Spurlock said he has been working out individually each day at home and preparing for the lockout to eventually end. "I've been in it long enough and I know what it takes to keep my body in shape," Spurlock said. "Even with out catching the football, run ning routes, I've been work ing on little things. I've done a little running. My cardia is c "It's a blessing that none of Z my family has been affected by it. They have been getting a lot of rain, but nothing seriC ous," Spurlock said "They've f3 had tornadoes nearby, but fine." it w > w c w :::z::: en :::J m ::J c. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m Hopkins Makes_ Hi.storv Yet auain With latest Aue-Detvinu Victorv HOPKINS. The record Will reflect that 46-year-'old Bernard Hopkins became the oldest world champion in boxing history Saturday night, thoroughly dominating Jean Pascal for .the light heavy weight title'. it{ a un;tniinous deCision. But the agate type will only tell half the story. Hopkins not only outpointed, outboxed and out-. thought the younger champi on, but he pulled it off with nearly every intangible break ing against him. He did it in Pascal's home town, before a hostile sellout crowd of 17,560 at Montreal's Bell Centre, many observers thought it'd .be nearly impossible for him to win a deCision. He did it despite not one, but two potentially fatal missed knockdown calls by referee Ian John-Lewis, who failed to see when Pascal's glove brushed the canvas iii the ninth and lOth -rounds : MIAMI -:-Shlelds, .-.. Gaby S .alic4ez to a new shook his #;u!;tration ... /ci'r.eer: best W:fih 13 sti-ikeafter allowing a.walKwith Bay twoouts in the njntq;inning; ,,. ... b 'eaf.:tb, e Florida upset tha( .rriight' get : '4 to avoid finish mated. .. ,,.:. -'. .. .; .. stress Allowed to / .',;, by walk-Manag.er ; let me go .. < ;amme?d W With style. ... .., ,:: ., ..,.,. smd. Cl S.,_ields, .. : real three-hitter by. : strikin'g'. out ., ,;. ':.-bad : : .,, : /'' ._. 1.-(, .'. \ -.___ : :.:. Randv Macho Man' Savage Dies In car crash RANDY "MACHO MAN'' SAVAGE Wrestling legend Randy "Macho Man" Savage died in a hospital on Friday, from injuries he sustained after he lost control of his Jeep Wrangler and crashed it into a tree in Pinellas County.' He was 58. Savage, whose real name is Randy Mario Poffo, is the son of wrestler Angelo Poffo and brother to Lanny "The Genius" Poffo, also a wrestler. He is survived by his wife Barbara L Poffo, 56, who made it through the crash with minor injuries. Police reports said the couple was wearing seatbelts when the accident occurred. One of the most flamboyant personalities in wrestling, Savage made a name for himself in the 8os with his unique nickname Macho Man, catchphrase "Oooh, Yeah!" and over-the-top sense of style. Bosh Carries Heat Over Bulls 96-85tor 2-1lead MIAMI --Chris Bosh has fought the perception all year. He's the third wheel, the forgotten star, the one who would never shine alongside LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. The Miami Heat never saw it that way. This was why. Bosh made 13 of his final 15 shots on the way to a 34point night, James finished with 22 points and 10 assists, and the Heat remained unbeaten at home in the postseason by beating the Chicago Bulls 96-85 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals on Sunday. A 9-0 run in the fourth quarter helped Miami pull away for good and grab a 2-1 lead in the series. "C-B had it goii1g," James said. "And when we have someone going on our team, we continue to give the ball to him and contin11e to feed off their energy offensively. And he brought it home for us tonight." Game 4 is Tuesday in Miami. Wade added 17 points and ,., I CHRIS BOSH nine rebounds for Miami, which is 7-0 at home in the playoffs and handed the team that finished with the NBA's best record its first losing streak since Feb. 5-7. U donis Haslem sealed it with a jumper with 1:29 left, putting Miami up 93-84.


Sports Mike Tvson Dances On Argentina's 'Dancing With The Stars' MIKE TYSON WITH WIFE When Mike Tyson was at the top of his boxing career the focus was always on his devastating punches, not his footwork. However, now Iron Mike is showing he has the steps, on the Argentine version of Dancing With The Stars, while partnering with his wife. Although he may not move as well as Muhammad Ali, Mike shows us that he's still got some moves. De La. Hova Checks Himselllnto Rehab OSCAR DE LA HOYA ATLANTA-Boxing great Oscar De La Hoya has entered himself into a Chlifomia rehabilitation clinic. De La Hoya entered the clinic for "substances abuse issues" and had begun reba bilitation sometime within the past few weeks. In a statement De La Hoya said: "After doing an honest evaluation of myself, I recognize that there are cer tain issues that I need to work on. Like everyone, I have my flaws; and I do not want to be one of those people that is afraid to admit -and address those flaws." One of the greatest boxers in history, De La Hoya won 10 world titles in six weight classes and owns a career record of 39-6, with his final bout resulting in a loss to Manny Pacquaio in 2008. Upon retirement, De La Hoya started Golden Boy Promotions and several other out-of-ring ventures. Throughout his life and career, De La Hoya said he met all challenges "head-on," and promises this one to not be any different. "I am confident that with the support of my family and friends, I will become a stronger, healthier person. "I ask for respect and priva cy as my family and I go through this process." JurvSides With Panthers' Beason In Civil Trial JON BEASON CHARLOTTE, N.C. Carolina Panthers linebacker Jon Beason won a civil suit Thursday brought by a man who accused the three-time Pro Bowl pick of punching him in the face at a Charlotte strip club. After five hours of deliberations over two days, the jury of eight women and four men determined Beason did not strike Gregory Frye nearly two years ago. The jury also ruled Frye slandered Beason and awarded Beason $1 in damages. "It was fair. It's been a long time coming, almost two years," Beason said outside the Mecklenburg County Courthouse. "The thing for us people in the public eye, once somebody says some thing, a percentage of people are going to believe it. That's the thing that was the most troubling, to sleep with. "Hopefully, this will be blown up the same way it was when it happened and people will have their normal impression of me." The suit stemmed from a November 2009 incident at the Uptown Cabaret, hours after Carolina beat Atlanta at nearby Bank of America Stadium. The 26-year-old Beason testified during the weeklong trial he confronted Frye for telling other patrons he once saw Beason snorting cocaine at a party. Beason, who says he's never used illegal drugs or failed an NFL drug test, said he attempted to take a swing at Frye, but was held back by friends and didn't hithim Frye testified an "enraged" Beason broke his nasal cav:.. ity and produced pho-. tographs and medical bills. Support The :Florida Sentine Advertisers .__..._..; _______ ....... BEAUTY UNLIMITED CARMEN This week's Beauty Unlimited feature leaves you speechless when you look at this photo, but that's not unusual for Carmen. This young lady is a social butterfly who enjoys being around positive' p'e" ople who' are full of happiness. Carmen is a goal oriented woman who goes after what she wants and desires. When Carmen walks into a room, the room lights up with her intoxicating smile, coca cola bottle shape body and charming personality. Carmen's philosophy of life is taken from Nikki Giovanni who said, "Deal with yourself as an individual, worthy of respect and make everyone else deal with you the same way." The man in Carmen's life must be attractive have integrity, strong morals; and takes care of his significant other and his own responsibilities. Also, character is a key for her and she cannot stand shallow and lazy individuals. Congratulations to Carmen 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. 1\) 0 ..... ..... ''


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Montgomery County Com mon Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman sentenced China Arnold, 31, of Dayton, who psychologists testified showed no signs of serious mental illness Arnold declined to make a statement during her sentenc ing. Arnold was convicted last week of aggravated murder by the same jury that recom mended her punishment. Jurors deliberated about six hours Thursday and Friday. Prosecutors say Arnold in tentionally put 28-day-old Paris Talley in a microwave and turned it on after a fight with her boyfriend. The couple had argued over whether the boyfriend was the infant's bio logical father. ..J ::> m ..J w z j::: z w C/) eath lists <( 0 a: 0 ..J LL Fax (813) 231-0521 Let our family take care of your fumily. 'We are the key to a fine and quality service" "A Family's Friend In Their Time Of Need" 4605 N. 34th Street (813) 239-3101 JIMMIE JACKSON Owner AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Robert Cole, Jr., Tampa. Baby Ezekiel Mathis, Tampa. Mr. Walter Revear, III Tampa. Mrs. Delia Rush, Tampa. Mrs. Annie J. Wells, Tampa. GUDES FUNERAL HOME Mr. Anthony Glover, Tampa. Mr. Charlie Williams, Tampa. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www. wilson-funeralhome.com HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Annie Richardson Johnson, Tampa. Ms. Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS. FUNERAL HOME Carol Brooks, Mr. Cory CameronMason, Lutz, FL. Mr. Lossie Lawson, Tampa. Mrs. Geraldine McDuffie, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Ms. Rosa Wilson, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Gary Nathaniel Allen, Tampa. Mr. Edward James Page, Seffner, FL. Mr. Francis A. "Snooky" Williams, Tampa. Fla. April Unemplovment Rate Drops To 10.8o/o TALLAHASSEE For the first time in mor e than a year and a half fewer than a million Floridians were unemployed as the state's jobless rat e dropped for the fourth straight month to 10.8 percent in April, state officials said Friday. That s a 0.3 percentage point decline from March. The April unemployment rate is Florida's lowest in 19 months but still1.8 percentage points higher than the national rate of 9 percent. It also means 996 ,000 Floridians were out of work. The last time that number was below a million was October 2009. Florida's April rate is more than a full percentage point below December's 12 percent figure. Herman Cain Enters 2012 Presidential Race ATLANTA, GA-Herman Cain has run a pizza chain, hosted a talk radio show and sparred with Bill Clinton over health care. But, he's never held elected office. Now Cain, a favorite of the ultraconservative Tea Party movement, wants to be presi dent. ''I'm running for president of the United States, and I'm not running for second," he told a crowd of thousands at HERMAN CAIN Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta. Teen Saves Apartment Building From Fire VIRGINIA --A Newport News, Virginia family is lucky to be alive after a fire came dangerously close to destroying their home. It's usually firefighters who save lives, but this time it was a 17-year-old who many are call ing a hero. After seeing heavy smoke and flames, Jordan Jones picked up a hose, jumped on his roof and began battling the flames. Jones was playing catch outside when he noticed heavy, black smoke coming from his apartment building. "So I went around, grabbed the water hose, and I took it through the house and I hopped on top of the roof and started spraying where I saw the fire," Jordan explained. His family watched in shock JORDAN JONES as the teen fearlessly worked to put out the flames. "I was worried about him being on the roof, not being a professional. But he did save the day, said Jones' great aunt Juanita Jones. Fire crews arrived a short time later and relieved J ordan. "I don't really feel like a hero I just made sure nothing else burned down," he said Ice Cream Man Arrested With Frozen Urine In Truck TRENTON, PA-In what is probably the most disgusting news story of the week, an in toxicated ice cream truck driver from Trenton, P A was recently arrested Yassir Hassan, 46, was busted with boxes of wine on his truck that were filled with mine. Hassan was hit with DUI charges and released. And because he operates as an independent contractor, the reports said, unfortunately there are no laws preventing him from operating the ice cream truck again. Teen Mom Caught On Tape Smothering Babv, Faces life TEXAS -A teenage mother was caught on tape attempting to smother her baby at a hospi tal in Forth Worth, Texas. Shantaniqua Nykole Scott, 18, was convicted after a jury watched the video of Scott trying to smother her 4-month old son. The baby stopped breathing, but doctors were able to resus citate him. The child is now in foster care, while Scott faces sen tencing Shantaniqua Nykole Scott is facing life in prison.


Crime Cousin Charged In Stabbing TRELL BRASSFIELD An argument between cousins last Thursday morning left one with a stab wound and the other in jail. According to Tampa Police, Trell Brassfield, 21, was supposed to be babysitting a 3-month-old baby and his cousin, T. J. Darnell Ponder, 21, dis covered he had left the child alone Police said when Ponder confronted his cousin, Brassfield took a steak knife and stabbed him in the arm Police said Brassfield suffered a minor injury and the baby wasn't present dur ing the incident. Brassfield was arrested and charged with aggravated battery and violation of pro bation. Kendrick Morris sentenced To 65 Total Years In Prison KENDRICK MORRIS On Friday, 19-year-old Kendrick Morris was sen tenced to a total of 65 years in prison for rapes he report edly committed. Morris gained national attention when he was charged in 2008 with the .rape of a student near a Bloomingdale library. Authorities said months before that incident, he had raped a 62-year-old day care worker. The state wanted two 6o year sentences, given backto-hack to add up to 120. The defense asked for less than45. With credits, Morris will not see outside of prison until after his 70th birthday. Man Charged With Shooting Pregnant Girlfriend ANTHONY HOwELL PASCO COUNTY-On Saturday, Pasco County Sheriffs deputies arrested a man accused of shooting his pregnant girlfriend in the hand and leaving her on the side ofU. S. Highway 301. Amber Grant, 19, report. edly jumped from the mov ing vehicle just before s:30 p.m., deputies said. She was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. Deputies found her poyfriend, Anthony -Howell, .24, at the home they shared later that night. He was charged with attempted murder. Former Without Walls Pastor Charged With DOl RANDY WHITE Randy White, who helped found the Without Walls International Church, was arrested Saturday and charged with driving under the influence. Tampa Police stopped White, 53, near Ashley Drive and I-275 and allegedly recorded his blood alcohol level at 0.093 and 0.095 percent. Florida law presumes a driver impaired at 0.08 percent. White was released after posting $500 bail. Child Found Sale After Car Stolen Tampa Police are looking for someone who stole a car with a child inside Friday. According to police, Chiquita Reed, 21, left her child, Brian Thomas, 3, in her car with it running while she ran into the 'Floridian Grocery Store at Rome Avenue and Main Street. Police said the suspect took the car with the child inside, and abandoned it a short distance away. An offi cer searching for the vehicle found it with the child safely inside. The child was playing with his Sponge Bob toy and honking the horn There is no suspect description at this time as the only witness was the three-year-old. gnore 25, 29, 30, 3 others forget 35, 40; 41. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Familv savs Murder suspectlslnnocent JIMMY LEE CRUZ Relatives of the man charged with fatally shooting Walter J. J. Revear told everyone Jimmy Lee Cruz is innocent. Cruz, 33, turned himself in last Wednesday and was charged with second-degree murder. He is being held without bond. Revear was shot to death in the parking lot of the Interstate Lounge early WALTER J. J. REVEAR Wednesday morning. Relatives of Cruz have described him as a calm, stand-up person who would never harm anyone unless he felt his life was threatened. Jail records indicate Cruz has arrests dating to the mid-1990s. In March 1996, he was accused of attempted murder, but the case was not prosecuted. Detectives Search For 'Familv Dollar' Robber c m en c 3: N .a:. ., r-, o :::rJ en m z z m r-m c rrm ::! z "'0 c Ill c en ::I: m c Tampa Police report that last Thursday, a man entered the Family Dollar Store on East Hillsborough Avenue and waited for all of customers to leave. The man approached the counter and when the cashier opened the cash register, demanded money at gunpoint, police said. m < After the cashier gave him m t;he money, he fled on foot. The suspect is described as a Black male, 6'1'' tall, 20 to m 23 years old, al).d last seen wearing dark pants, a black shirt with a rectangle design )> on the front, a black baseball hat, a blue backpack, and a ., large watch on his left wrist. :!! c WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1481 Taua Pall -Plaza @ labraskalva. & sc St. -.. : .. :r : .. .. 2c:c : .: J ::: ; ... :: : < 1:: : .. : ::. r :c ....... : 1 : : : .:ov :LJ : ... : ':: c A:: G) m -(1'1


c a: u. c z w c w en ::::i m ;:::) ll. z -I -I ;:::) m -I w z t= z w C/) C a: o -I u. CD .,... w INVITATION TO BID PCL Construction, Inc. is soliciting pncmg from Hillsborough County DBEIMBE certified subcontractor and suppliers for the Dawnview Pump Station Rehabilitation project in Tampa Project bids June 1. PCL requests all quotes no later than May 30. Drawings and specifications are available upon request and assistance with bonding can be discussed Please contact PCL Construction, Inc. 813.425.1445 for additional information. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 29-2009-CA-025881 DIVISION D RF SECTION I U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE, FOR THE BENEFIT OF CITIGROUP MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST INC. ASSET -BACKED PAS5-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2007-AHL2, PLAINTIFF vs. GENARO CAMARA, ET AL. DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the order resetting sale of Foreclosure dated May 9, 2011 in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Hillsborough, Florida, on June 20, 2011, at 10:00 a.m., at 2nd Floor, Am. 201/202 of George E. Edgecomb Courthouse-800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 for the following described property: LOT 22, BLOCK 20, TOWN 'N COUNTRY PARK, UNIT NO. EIGHT, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 37, PAGE 86, 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 as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein "If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Ms. Nancy Yanez at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone numb 'er 813-272-6457 two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770." Dated: 11th day of May. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Is/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ Deputy Clerk of the Court 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 21, 2011 2:00 P.M. ITB-P-0138-0-2011/RM LIQUID POLYMER **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementserv ices. 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 business hours. HILLSBOROUGH COUN.TY 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 15, 2011 2:00 PM RFP-S-0162-0-2011/JSW, SHORT TERM AND LONG TERM DISABILITY BENEFITS **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www. hil!sboroughcounty.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 business hours. BLICATION D DLINES uesaav Edition-Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. 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