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cc Q a: 0 ...1 u.. Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 67 NO. 71 TUESDAY APRIL 24 2012 24 PAGES 75 eti11 Council Supports Ban on svnthetic Drug Products Student Surprised With $10,000 ScholarshiP Readers SPeak Out On Zimmerman Bond Hearing SEE PAGE 2 SEE PAGE 3 SEE PAGE 11 ..... GRAND OPENING FOR 13th TAMPA FAMilY HEAlTH CENTERS -The n ewest Tampa Family Health Centers had its Grand Opening on Wednesday, Aprilu, 2012. There are now 13 centers in Hillsborough County to provide medical care for underserved residents. The clinic is located in Sulphur Springs at 8108 N. Nebraska Ave. Ei Those who attended the grand opening included, from left: Charlie Bottoms, Dr. John Scrivens, Jessica Kinsey, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, who was the guest speaker; and Sam Kinsey. David Bonham is the Chief Operating Officer for Tampa Family Health Centers.(Photography by BRUNSON)

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News Alert: The florida Law States 11lat You May Be Entitled To $10,000 f1w Loss Wages And Medical Carem Senrice Support and Hefp from the beginning to the end Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain TransportaUon Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Specializing h1: C.Aeddents Pedestrian Incidents Motorcycle Acddentll Truck Accidents Sip and Falla BiC)'cle Bus (PIP lhsuralce Needed) Don't be vidimized twice for an accident a.t WBM"t your fUtlt Call Michelle B. Patty "' Local: 813-495-3702 To I Free 1-866-352-4200 w Go To YouTube and punc11 The Patty Shuffle 9 24 Hours A /7 Days A Wtek Police said Johnson and Bount approached an offi cer and told him what hap pened. Johnson then realized she had been shot in the back. Police said it did not appear Johnson's injuries were life threatening, and no further information was re leased. The shooting suspect was described as a Black male in a silver 4-door Hyundai. TeenagerVVounded After Shots Firea Into House Tampa Police are investi gating a shooting that oc curred early Saturday morning and left a 14-year old boy wounded. Police said Jontavious Gainous, 14, was sleeping in the rear bedroom of the house at 8510 North 15th Street when the shooting began about 5;25 a. m. An 8-month-old baby, 2-year-old child, and a 4-year-old child were sleeping near him. There were about 10 people inside the home when the shots were fired The homeowner, Tommy Moreland, told police the This shattered window shows where gunfire entered the Sulphur Springs house. shooting may have been related to a disagreement Fri day at the home. Police said Moreland's young nephews had been fighting over a computer and the ar gument spilled onto the front lawn. A few men visiting at a neighbor's house tired to tervene. Police said the men threatened his nephews, and someone called police, causing everyone to scatter According to reports Moreland said there were two gunmen and he saw shotgun shells. Several shots went straight into the sofa and through a bathroom wall. Gainous was initially re ported to be in critical condi tion, but he has been released from the hospital. Police spokesperson, Laura McElroy, said Gainous was hit by bullet fragments. Police are searching for suspects in the shooting It was also reported that a woman shot earlier that morning Yashica Johnson, is Gainous's cousin. McElroy said the two shootings are being investi gated as separate incidents. Citv Council Suppons Woman In Campaign To Ban Sale 01 SvnlheUc Drug Products BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Antoinette Glover has always been in favor of law enforcement officials doing whatever it takes to get drugs out of our communi ties. But, during a trip to a sto re with her grandson, she was shocked and angered by what she saw inside. "I saw a huge display case full of these synthetic drugs and pipes of all kind right in the front of the store. The store owners make sure you don't miss the display, be cause they have signs and huge advertisements on the front of the display case and other areas of the store." Ms. Glover immediately started a campaign to get the items removed from stores, the stores in inner-city communities, and initiated a petition to present to elected officials. She also took her case to the Board of County Commis sioners and the Tampa City Council. On Thursday, Ms. Glover stood before the Council again pleading her case, and she was successful in getting some action initi ated. Ci1;Y-.,CQ.uo.cilmall., .Frank ANTOINETIE GWVER Reddick, said he agreed with Ms. Glover about the items, and he was going to initiate a campaign he hopes will help in getting the items removed from stores in the city. "I think we should go after the people who are distribut ing thee products, not just the store owners. We should also consider making this a citywide campaign. "Unfortunately, the city is limited as to what they can do legally. We can only fol low what legislators have deemed to be the 92 banned substances and make sure they aren't being sold in these stores." \ Councilman Reddick said his campaign will be in COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK the form of a protest, saying we don' t want these prod ucts sold in our community. He also said he plans to meet with community leaders to form a strategy to deal with the problem. "Ultimately, I want to see our children protected from the sales of synthetic drugs and the pipes," said Ms. Glover. "It's obvious all of the products are drug related, because if an officer arrest you with a pipe in your pocket, you can get a para phernalia charge. So, why is it alright for them to sell them in stores? They know they are selling these drugs IeaHy, and the items to smoke it with."

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Police Officer Pleads Guiltv To Tax Fraud A Federal judge will sen tence a 37-year-old police of ficer to prison on Ma y 3rd. He entered a guilty plea on tax fraud charges last year. Former Ocala Police Offi cer Dana Brown entered the guilty plea on charges of conspiracy to make false claims aggravated identity theft, and e x ceeding author i zed access to a prot e cted computer with the intent to defraud on D e c e mb e r 20 2011. Brown faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison for the aggravated identity theft charge and a maximum of five years in prison for the computer ac cess charge. According to court docu ments, Brown, who was a sworn law enforcement offi cer, had access to the Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Driver and Vehicle Information Database known as DAVID. DAVID allows po lice officers to retrieve driver and vehicle information for Local offieial use. Brown allegedly spired with others who were in possession of fraudulently obtained u : S. Treasury tax refund checks. Police said the personal information Brown obtained from the computer was used to create fraudulent identification documents that were used to cash treasury checks. The suspects obtained more than $1 million using the information The case was prosecuted as part of Opera tion Rainmaker. Brown appeared before U. S. District Judge Mary Scriven last week for sen tencing. However, Judge Scriven delayed the sentenc ing until May 3rd because she wanted more information about Brown's co-conspira tors: The investigation revealed that BroWn. ran thousands of data inquiries. Police deter mined that nearly two of those inquiries are linked to tax fraud victims. Student Surprised With Presentadon 01 $10,000 ScholarshiP BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday afternoon, a Hillsborough County gradu ating senior was surprised. He learned that he was the re cipient of a $10,000 scholarship award. School board members CandyOlson and Doretha Edgecomb were on the cam pus of Middleton High School for the presentation. Although Abraham Tejeda knew that he had submitted an essay for the Richard R. Green Scholarship, he had no idea that he had been chosen as the recipient. Mrs. Olson said, This was one of the t oughest things I've had to make I wanted a student who was an advocate of public education. I really wishJ could have pre sented 5 scholarships." Tejeda talked about how much he admired and re spects his band instructor, how it has changed his plans for the future. He also talked about other teachers who loved what they taught, she said. Tejeda is a first genera tion student_to attend college in his family; Salutatorian at Middleton with a grade point average of 4.5; he is Head Drum Major; and teaches the French hom to students at Sligh Middle School. In addition, he is a mem ber of a jazz band; teaches beginning music at Revealing Truth Ministries; and wants to become a teacher in the fu ture. Tejeda will receive $2,500 for four years and hopes to attend a college in Birmingham, Alabama. Mrs. Olson was awarded the Leadership and Educa tion Award from the Council of Great City Schools. As part of that award, she had the op portunity to select one student to receive the $10,ooo award. She invited students to submit an essay on the sub ject of what public education meant to them. Two students were chosen from the 27 pub lic high schools and the winner was chosen from those finalists. Emplovee Arrested For Stealinu Companv Information On Thursday evening, Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office inYestigators ar_ rested a man in the ongoing battle against identity theft. The arrest came about during a sting operation. According to Cpl. Bruce Crumpler, the District III Street Crimes Unit obtained information that a man was selling information. The man reportedly had the names dates of birth and social se curity numbers of 221 indi viduals Undercover officers made contact with 29-year-old Joseph Burden and re portedly purchased three pages of the information. The pages contacted the personal information of thirty-three people, police said. Burden was arrested at the conclusion of the pur chase. Cpl. Crumpler said other arrests of people selling information have taken place. However, this arrest is unique in that it is the first buy-bust case for the Sheriffs Office After the arrest, police searched Burden's book JOSEPH BURDEN Released on $s,ooo bond bag and obtained an addi tional 18 pages of personal information. After his arrest Burden allegedly admitted tQ obtaining the information ProVest, LLC, where he is employed. The company located at 4520 Seedling Circle, in Tampa, provides services in the areas of Service of Process, Skip Trace, Loss Mitigation, and Fraud Detection. Burden was charged with fraudulent use of per sonal information and scheme to modify intellectual property. He was given a $5,000 bond Cpl. Crumpler further N stated that the selling of perg sonal information has beN come very prevalent. "It s a big problem. But, when we get to the person who is com promising the information, it's a good day. James Ward, President of Pro Vest said, Manage ment at Pro Vest just became aware of the information theft allegat i ons aga i nst an employee at Pro Vest. We are very concerned and commit ted to working closely with law enforcement authorities to learn all of the facts in this case. Pro Vest has placed the employee on leave. Pro Vest takes data secu rity and privacy seriously; numerous precautions are ., and have been in place to r safely guard consumer data." 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(Ill :i r FLORIDA-SENTINEL BULLETIN teacher can then use a stu CIII (USPS 202-140) dent's strengths to build on _. 2207 21 a;.:= the student's weaknesses i: FLORIDA SENT1NEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING eo., The FCAT score could even Q. Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association ( NNPA) c( and Amalgamated Inc. NYork be used as a part of the stuC 1990 94 CP Timelntemational ......: dent's evaluation or grade if <( POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : c BuiMtin. you choose to call it that But, UJ R-Ide onng itshouldnevereverbeusedas c. BlylheAI'Idr-. Ill the sole determination as to t-u1o1 -1tm (1841) whether or not a child graduC.BiylheA"*-..Jr. p bl' h ls h 'ghth d th ed 1ao-201o (1877) u 1c sc oo ave JUst e1 gra er must pass e ates or even gets promot s. KAY AIC)AEWS, PUBU8HEA finished the Florida FCAT in order to be promoted The test should never ever Comprehensive Assess-to the 9th grade. A high school be used as the sole instrument ... ment Test (FCAT) all over senior must pass the FCAT in to determine how well any HAAOLDADA118. CIRCULATION MANAGER Florida. Now, the tension order to graduate with a stanschool is educating its stuBETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTIIINQ DIAECTOA TOYNETTA coea, PRODUCTION MANAGER mounts as school districts and dard high school diploma. dents. While these things LAVORA EDWARDS, CLA88FIED MANAGER individual schools wait to get It makes no difference what should never ever happen, Months BoCh Editions : $87.00.Per YNI: Bolh Editions Clpinlon8 expreeeec1 of IIIIa.....,..,.. t.,c....-or Go.-donot-'Y rellect""'--.c. of lhlllllln or...,P\tbloher Tampa Jewish Federauon Joins Hands W"llh The Black communnv Mention the name Fort Homer Hesterly Armory to any of Tampa's Black citizens who have lived here for at least 20 years, and you will see a smile of recognition followed by a look of sadness. Homer Hesterly, home of some of the world's greatest wrestling stars, and scene of countless R&B concerts, lo cated in the heart of predominately Black North Hyde C Park has been closed for almost four years. However, f something new is happening to this whitewashed strucC ture that reminds us of what the Alamo must have looked like when it was sturdy and new. A defeat has been turned into a possible (probable) c victory as the Tampa Jewish Community Center & Fed fa eration prepares to become the newest tenant of what ::l for years has been a building shared by Dusty Rhodes and the National Guard. We are elated at the possibili-W ties. But our joy is fringed with questions. > The revival of Ft. Homer Hesterly will no doubt, reafW c firm the social stability of the North Hyde Park commu-w nity. However, what role will community members play z UJ in this soon-to-be-vital restructure? Will they once more be only customers and not customizers? In other words, ::l will the people who live in North Hyde Park not only get Q. to benefit from a new social and civic center, but will resZ _tj idents be recruited to help plan, maintain, and manage _. the day-to-day facility? -1 Nevertheless, we are told, the first few meetings of ::l m community members and Community Center represenirl tatives have been positive and productive. We are glad. z i= z w UJ C a: 0 _. &&... Just sav No To Emplovers' Social Media Snooping Mail a kiss to a Maryland State legislator who shall forever remain nameless, but who had the common sense and courage to protect people's privacy in that Northeastern state. For, Maryland recently passed a bill that bans employers from askingjob applicants or workers for their passwords and other log-in information to social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter etc. We applaud Maryland and urge Florida legislators to follow suit since seven sister states are currently planning to enact similar "none of your business" laws. Unfortunately, a companion bill banning colleges and universities from requiring students to disclose social media log-in which was blessed by the Maryland Senate, has yet to pass in the House ofR.epre sentatives. Seemingly, every state has its cross to bear. So, what does that say about the State of Florida? While public safety, homeland security and military in telligence agencies may have good reason to request employee and applicant social media log-in information, is -.:1' there really a need for new sources when detailed back W ground checks and psychological profile surveys should o: suffice? the test scores back. That is a student's grades are It they are happening. The De-very important because the makes no difference about a partment of Education and FCAT, as the test is called, is child's classroom participastate lawmakers are to be king in Florida. tion, home work or class problamed for this misuse of a It is the single factor that jects. The thing that matters test. determines whether or not any most is passing the FCAT. To make matters worse education is taking place in a How do I know this? I these guys who are to be public school. So important is talked to a high school guid blamed for the knock on the passing that test, until school ancecounselor. I pause hereto FCAT, are continuing to seek teachers and administrators bow to the almighty FCAT and ways to make this test even actually fret over the test. say, ride on king FCAT. more difficult to pass SurWhether school will admit is wrong with prise! Most of these people it or not so important is passthis kind of policy. The FCAT can t pass the FCAT theming the FCAT until they spend can be a valuable tool if used selves. And yes, I know they the first half of the year mostly right. The problem is that that don't need to pass it. on FCAT preparation. test isn't being used right. The Education in Florida has A child in the 3rd grade must test is excellent to evaluate a become a slave to king FCAT. pass the FCAT in order to student's educational It makes me wonder, how long move on to the 4th An strengths and weaknesses. A this will continue Quakers: Abolitionists And Underground Railroad Conductors 0 ne of the lesser known stories of Black History that always has fasci nated me was the depth of the Quakers (a white religious group) involvement in the fight against slavery and the Underground Railroad *(UGRR) movement. Quakers played a major role in the abolition move ment against slavery in Northern, Midwestern, and southern states. In fact, Quakers were among the first whites to speak out against slavery in the American colonies and Europe, according to several sources. In 1688, four German Quakers from Philadelphia protested slavery in their state. Leading the anti-slavery movement in Pennsylvania in the 1740's, John Woolman and Anthony Benezet de manded that all Quakers "cut ties with the slave trade." Of the founders of the Pennsyl vania Abolition Society, in 1775, 70 percent of them were Quakers. Considered to be "radical Christians," Quakers were di vided on their views regarding slavery. Quaker leader George Fox convinced most of his followers to release their slaves after a trip he had made to Barbados where the treatment of slaves touched his soul. The majority of the Quak ers not only released their slaves, but they made certain that the slaves could take care of themselves by teaching them to read and write and escorting them to states and territories where they would be able to live in freedom. Quaker leaders who contin ued to own slaves were re. placed. By 1780, practically all Quakers were against slavery and joined the abolitionist movement. Quaker leaders traveled throughout the colonies mak ing speeches, preaching, dis tributing pamphlets, petitioning Congress and de bating with anti-abolitionists on the institution of slavery. By 1786, Quakers in Penn sylvania had assisted a group of refugee slaves from Vir ginia to freedom. A year later, a Quaker teenager began a system of hiding and aiding fugitive slaves. By 1830 an efficient and ef fective UGRR network was begun among Quaker families that provided transportation and safe hiding places for run away slaves. The Quaker network in cluded churches (meeting houses), homes, farms, and businesses that extended from North Carolina to New York/ Canadian border and from Kentucky, Indiana, and Iowa to the Ohio/ Canadian border. Among the names of Quaker families that were prominent in influencing oth ers in the abolition movement were Levi Coffin (called the "Father of the Underground Railroad") who hid and helped more than 3,000 slaves to escape from North Carolina through Indiana and Ohio to Canada. Other names include Henry Stubbs and his sons who helped runaway slaves travel through Indiana. The Bundy's used their home to hide slaves and then transport them from Belmont, Ohio to Salem, Ohio. In the Niagara Frontier (the UGGR network in the New York state area), the names of David Barker and Lyman A. Spalding both Quakers were known for the use of their homes and busi nesses to hide and transport runaway slaves. Unfortunately, Quakers in the American South paid a heavy price for supporting the UGRR. They were mercilessly harassed and persecuted by slave-owners. Quaker busi nesses were boycotted and many Quakers were forced to migrate to Western states and territories in order to save their own lives. Today, however, the Quak ers of America continue to play a major role in human rights and environment issues such as Amnesty, Greenpeace and Nuclear Disarmament. Friends to slaves, Quakers continue to be friends to hu manity. Harambee!

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HOROSCOPES Taurus {Apri12o-May 20)-You're entering a lucrative phase. Go over the numbers, and count your ducats. Put to gether a persuasive package, and make an enticing pitch. Gemini {May 21-June 21)-You've got the confidence to tackle projects that once seemed intimidating. Travel is not ad vised today, and neither is impulsive action. Clean something. Cancer {June 22-July 22) -Learning new skills leads to new friends. Don't worry about the money. Wait until later to proceed ... it's not a good time to travel yet. A quiet night at home relaxes. Leo {July 23-Aug. 22) -The next two days are great for a party; find an excuse to be sociable. Meetings and group ac tivities go well. Let go of a scheme that lacks soul. Keep spen<:} ing under control. Vuogo {Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You'll have opportunitj.es to take on a higher level of responsibility in your career and com munity. It could mean working late. Talk it over. Libra {Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You're on a quest. Study to satisfy your curiosity. An older dream could be possible now. Business interferes with fun ... don't goof off yet. Rest after. Scorpio {Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Things are getting busy. There's no use complaining about it. Take one step at a time and plow forward. You'll be thankful when you're done. Sagittarius {Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-New openings present themselves when you're willing to work with others. Focus on taking many little steps that carry you forward. Stay practical. Keep momentum. Capricorn {Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -The pace quickens. Don't let frantic activity make you lose touch with your creative side; you11 need it to solve a puzzle. Correct errors, and check an other view. Aquarius {Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Love is in the air and can be very distracting from financial goals. Decide what's more important and choose that. Inspiration abounds. Reschedule an appointment. Pisces {Feb. 19-March 20) Your self-improvement continues. Surprise even yourself when you complete your makeover. Don't let others push you around. Take care of your body, mind and spirit. Aries {March 21-Apri119) Hit the books for the next two days. !here's an ease around finances, and it feels good to get immersed in studies. Allow ideas to gel, and take notes. BOLD AND TilE BEAl.ITIFULLiam lays out a workable plan so that he, Hope, and Steffy can attend Fashion Week; Hope denounces her friendship with Amber; Steffy remembers the good times she and Liam shared; Bill blackmails an em ployee to do his bidding. Rick convinces Caroline to crash a meeting with him at Forrester Creations; Hope makes a con fession to her mother; Brooke asks Liam to take special care of Hope; Ridge gives an ultimatum to Pam and Donna. Ramona and Oliver put Bill's plan into action; Steffy takes advantage of an opportunity to tell Liam her true feelings; Brooke asks Bill not to sabotage her daughter's future. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-EJ tells Nicole he's determined to win her back; Austin confronts Carrie about her feelings for Rafe; 1an buys Kate a new wardrobe; Sami tells Lucas she has a proposition for him; Lexie meets with a specialist. Stefano feels responsible for Lexie's illness; Nicole rescinds her offer to EJ; Sami offers Lucas a job; John, Hope, Bo and Marlena learn the ISA has cracked part of the code on Stefano's coin. Daniel treats Nicole at the hospital; Abe vows to kill Stefano; Nicole realizes she has feelings for Rafe; Gabi reveals she's being stalked; Abigail comforts Cameron after she learn s that Lexi is ill. GENERAL HOSPITALConnie works Johnny; Lulu is being followed; Heather has important news. Sonny takes mat ters into his own hands; McBain has a search warrant; Eliza beth needs to tell Jason something important. Carly is furious; Heather gets an idea after overhearing Olivia; Sam and McBain share a moment. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Daniel fights Daisy for custody of their daughter, while Victor jealously confronts Jack about Nikki. Lauren's reaction to Daisy's taunts has shocking consequences, while Neil and Harmony's romance causes fric tion. Ashley is repelled by Tucker's business tactics, while Michael fears for Lauren's sanity. Judge Charles Wdson, Atty, Ricky Gilmore, Atty. George Clark, Atty. Ken Glover, Atty. Bob Morrison, Atty. Charmaine Jefferson and Atty. Ricky Williams attended the reception celebrating the opening of the Morrison, Gilmore and Clark Law Offices. 6 :::D Blake H.S. facuilty and staff honoring outstanding sportsman, Jeremy Black, were: (seated, L-R) Mrs, Jackie Haynes, princial; Wmston Davis, head football coach; Jeremy Black and Ms. Simmons. (Standing, L-R) Steve Williams, Felicia Boyd, Officer White, Bennadette z Morgan, Gwen Williams, April Williams, Shirley Parker, Joe Barr, Wanda Seigler, Donna m LeFavre and Van Ayers r Posing for the camera at the Davenport-Reese wedding were: Yakimo Richardson, Keisha Smith, Jasmine Chatman, Joey Chatman, Mariana Brunson, Marguritte Williams, Gregory Moore., Antoinette Daniels, Chris Lee, Sheila Sherron, Kelvin Davenport, Beverly Lawson, Lawson Robinson, Kim Davenport and Deborah Brooks. Motorcycle Club members attending alocal event were: (front, L-R) Thomas B. Ramsey, Jr., James Grady, Willie Grayer and Leon Willis; (back, L-R) Carrie Cotton, Freeman Cotton, Bertha Williams, Joe Williams, Myra Glover, Gloria Keel. Bernard Keel and Vernon Watkins. m c: m c m rii c! m c -c.

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N All About You! ({ .... a: ct >= C( 0 en w :) t-HoiiJWood, CA To Florida JET SET HUDSON Jesse Jet Set Hudson was home for the march for Trayvon Martin. ToMvlovlng Daughter MS. DEE YouTube superstar, actor Jet Set Hudson says, "I am Trayvon Martin, we are the world and we are Trayvon Martin." Happy birthday, with all my love. Enjoy your day, you hear me? 0 a: u. 0 z ct 0 en w :) tw > w 0 w :::r:::: en :::l m :) z i= w .... .... :) m .... w z i= z w en ct 0 a: 0 .... u. Demand! Justice for all! President Obama 2012!. Actor Jet Set Hudson. aappv Bae' Yeah, it's true for all of you who thought we weren't going to make it. Yeah, we made it and I would also like to wish my baby, Mikkiera (Mike-Mike) a happy birth day. I love you bae, Snooney. Happy Binhdav, Bae MR. And MRS. CHERRY Even though it's only been a short time bae, I'm sending you a shout out anyway. So, happy birthday, Bae!! FAMUNews FAMU Named To The Princeton Review's 2012 listOITop areen Colleges' FAMU remains only HBCUon list TALLAHASSEE, FL -For the second year in a row, Florida A&M University (F AMU) has been selected by The Princeton Review for its list of the 322 top green campuses in the United States and Canada. F AMU is the only historically black college and university to be selected. Love, Mom. Happy Anniversarv MR. And MRS. JACKSON That's my Tweety and we re riding it until the wheels fall off! Twenty-five (25) years knowing each other, we've had our ups and downs, 18 years of it being "us," and a lifetime to look forward to. Happy anniversary, Mr. Jackson.

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I would like to thank my heavenly father for blessing me with 6 bliSsful of unconditional love with 3 years of a wonderful Godly, blessed and faithful marriage. My heart was nevertuned to l9ve untiJ you came .Into my life, now my heQr:t sync with yours. Your love is a that I have never felt before, tout it's a that this Queen deserves. You and I are a beautiful thing, but what makes if so special Is the fact that it's REA11 ., r 0 c tn m z :::! z m r IJJ. c: r r gJ z

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Miss Teenage Tapa Appreciation luncheon Gamma The t a O m ega Inc orpora t ed in P artn ersh i p with Gamma The t a Omega Chapter o f Alpha Kappa Alpha, Incorporat ed, wi ll host i ts Miss Teenage Tampa (MTAT) Appreciation Lun cheon Satu rday, Apri l 28 2 0 1 2 to r e c og nize it s 2012 honor e e, Donna Douglas. The event wil l be held at the-Mainsail Suites Hotel & Conference Center at 11 a.m. Using the theme Reflecting on the Past and Embracing the Future, the audience is certain to be enthralled at the J)ouglas has done for Alpha Kappa Alpha. As the 2012 2013 Presi dent of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, she is taking the chapter to higher heights MS. DONNA DOUGLAs S h e has also been r e cog nized for her financial sup port of MTAT. Fund rai ser leade r, indeed, but pe r haps most n otable is her t i rele ss sharing of her God given gift, a melod i ous voice which she has used on m any ocCasions to s alute the M TAT Contest ants The energetic, gracithrough her platform: "Global Leadership in J)ouglas. For the past eight years she has worked tire lessly and unconditionally with the Miss Teenage Pag eant in several capacities. To name a few, Ms. J)ouglas has chaired the Talent Com mittee co chaired the Cultural Enrichment Program, served as Mistress of Cere mony for the 2009 pageant, the 2010 MTAT Scholarship Luncheon, and she was the general chairman for the MTAT pageant in 2010 and tions to Alpha Kappa Alpha, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, and the community, far exceed the above list Please join the MTAT contestants, parents and friends, commu nity leaders, and members of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter at the Luncheon to learn more about this phenome nal woman ." it 3D Daring to Take the Lead, LL Desiring Excellence and Doing What is Expected. 4( Ironically both themes are perfect matches for Q en w w > w Q w en ::::J m ::) D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::) m Lrl z i= z w en c( Q it 0 ...J LL 2011. ClARIFICATION In ail article printed in the Sentinel o n April 17th, it was stated that the De parbnent of Labor helped to fund the food pantry. No funding from the Department of Labor is used to fund the food pantry of Computer Group, IT Civic Justice Program. We apologize for any inconvenience this error may have caused. Theme: oPERATION ANDREW" John 1 :34-42 Dr. euay Washington will grace the Tampa Bay Area as he delivers the inspired Word of God. Dr. Washington, the minister of New Golden Heights Church of Christ in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, has traveled the world, preaching and defending the Faith, and. Is one of the most prolific and respected ministers among the churches of Christ. We extend a warm invitation to ALL to come and fellowship with us during this notable Gospel Meeting. Dates: April 29-May 3, 2012 Times: Sunday 10:30 a.m. & 2:00 p .. m. Monday Thuriday 7:30 p.m. Nightly Place: 29th Sbeet Church of Christ 3310 N. 29th st Tampa, FL 33605 Contact: (813} 242-4672 Email: 29church0vertzonet For transportation, call Brother Rameriz: 813-485-2108 Bro. John..,n -Tampa Housing Authoritv APPlies For Choice Neighborhood Grant BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The T ampa Housing Au tho ri ty is orie o f only two age n c i es i n H ill sboro u gh County being considered for a $30 million Choice Neigh borhood G rant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). T.H :A. spokesperson, Lillian Stringer, it' s not all about the money, but more importantly, what you do with it. She also said, this is not just about public hous ing. "HUD will be spending $110 million nationally on their Choice Neighborhood plan, with 10 groupS getting the funds. Our age ncy and one in the University Area are the only ones in Hillsborough County being considered." THA has entered into a commitment partnership agreement with the City of Tampa, Hillsborough County Public Schools and CPDG2 to implement the gran t over a 5 year period once awarded. Stringer said their focus is going to be on the de velopment of The Tempo, an 8-story, 212 uni t rental hous ing apartment building at the Encore site. "The Tempo will have a parking garage as well as con structi
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-i ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 New SalaDI M. B. Church Mil SIJS II'S Iaing 111111111 Deponed Workshop that began on April 16th and ended on April 18th The BY LEON B. CREWS I being deported. Before this 0 N event took place at the church. Sentinel StaffWriter incident I was a hard work-.... The theme for the Spring Workshop was "Building For A Bet-ing man with three jobs and N ter Future." Pastor Leon McDaniels, of Paradise Baptist January 2011 what I doing my part to be an outChurch, in Oakland, California, was the presenter. The main Scripture was taken from Psalm 127:1, "Unless the started off as" a dispute be. standing citizen. No one ever Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Unless tween Christopher Storer went to the dealership and the Lord watches over the city, the guards stand watch in and a used car dealer, has refound out what really hapvain." suited in him spending 18 They (the police) just Everyone who attended the workshop left with knowledge about months in jail, and facing detook the: word of the guy I tithing including the proper amount to give, the proper way to give portation. was dealing with, and arand what you can expect to receive if you do it God's way. (PhoStorer, a Jamaican citirested me." tographs by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). zen, said he had complained Storer said although he s Rev. Norman Pearson Jr., Rev. Brooklyn Nelson, Dr. Henry J. Lyons, Senior Pastor of New Salem M. B. Church, Pastor Leon Mc Daniels, guest speaker and Pastor Paradise Baptist Church Oakland, CA, Larry D. Billie, Sr., Senior Pastor of New Grace Mary M. B. Church, St. Petersburg, and John Etheridge, pastor of New Bright & Morning Star M. B Church. Stephanie Harvey and Deacon W"Jibur Jackson, of the Hospitality Department, prepared food for the workshop. Tyrone and Renita Comer attended the Spring Workshop. John Price, Thad Jenkins, Sheavawn Spencer, and Taylor Solomon were -among those who attended the three-day workshop. about what he thought was being deported, he wants tbe an unfair deal on a used car public to know how he was he'd purchased. During his CHIUSTOPHER STORER treated dispute With the dealer, "I hope this is not going to Storer said he tossed a brick spending 18 months in jail be the fate of other Jamaican through the windshield of the and now facing being de-and foreigners who come to vehicle, and police were ported, said Storer. this country seeking a better called. Storer repeatedly disopportunity. 1 know what Storer was charged with puted the information on the happened to me was unusual, throwing a deadly missile, police reports, and offered b tructi. d aft h WI .... ess sta. tements as to what and not something t hat is 0 S on, an er IS art b tt b d t d really happened that day. widespread. But, the fact that res a ery y a e ame person Records show "No matter what I tried to it did happens tells me there '11 Storer was given probation say in defense of myself, I is a problem. b on the throwing a deadly was shot down and basically Storer said although it ::D missile charge and the batthrown in jail. I was never appears he will be returning g tery charge. given proper representation to Jamaica, this incident will 0 "I don't understand how in court, and no matter what not be silenced by his depor-m something as simple as a dissteps I took to try to correct tation, and he intends on pute over a used car could the problem, I was opposed. fighting it until his reputation ifi have escalated into me I don't think it's right I'm is restored r-m c: r r-en :-1 ., !!I m :a n 5 m :a n :z C) .... n en n ::c 0 0 .... Students For VPK 4 -8th Grade IPCCI-...: A ClllholloiCiwle Environment CUrrtculum Including Art, TIIChnology. and P. E. ...... Cla881'001M and Low 8tudent to Teecher Ratio (1 *<:her to 12 8tudefttlt). lntenw who MIW .. tuton from Locel Unlvelllltlee loclltecl acrou the .net from the Capitano Boys & Olrla Club for after achool cere Step Up for 8tudent8 for thoee who qualifY,. (See chart below). Total Gross Monthly Household Income lEW APPUWTS: .......................... --For more information please v1s1t our website: http://stpeterclavercatholicschool.org/ or call the school at (813) 224-0865 !!I z c: m c.. en % m c m < m -1 c: m en c ,.. z c ., c

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Chaner School Receives Grant For learning Garden c a: LL c z c( From left to right: Thai Nguyen, Jovarius Taylor, Dana Warren, Lydia Brown, Briele Ivey, Annabelle Hilt, Dougray Hilt, and Cooper Gay. c Woodmont Charter School was awarded a .ffi $4,700 Toolbox for Education grant from Lowe's ::l Charitable and Educational Foundation. K-12 public education across the United States during the 2011-2012 school year. den at the school which will include a paved area for teacher-led instruction; a blueberry forest featuring potted blueberry bushes; the gnome garden with meandering paths through an oak forest; large barrels to be used for compost, worms and water collection; as well as moveable, raised garden beds and reading benches. W oodmont Charter SChool is one of more than 585 schools or parent organizations to be awarded a Lowe's Toolbox for Education grant for parentw initiated school improvement projects benefiting c w l: 0 The groundbreaking occurred on Saturday, April 21 at 9 a. m. The garden is located at Woodmont Charter School, 10402 N. 56th St. in Temple Terrace. The grant will be used to create a learning gar::::i m :;) a. z Returning Student Is Recipient II bcellence Award tu BY IRIS B. HOLTON _, _, Sentinel City Editor :;) On Friday evening, w Hillsborough Community College held their 39th Z Annual Student Excellence ored was Ms. Mary Miller Presley, who returned to school last year. Ms. Miller Presley, who won recognition on the List twice, currently has a grade point average of 3-75 She was honored with the Academic Achievement of Excellence Award. w 0 c( c a: 0 _, LL Awards Program. During the event, several students were recognized for their achievements. One of those students bon-A graduate of Jefferson High School, Ms. Miller With Special Speaker Dr. Robert Franklin Prrleklent or Mot8house College Au.nt.a. GA For ticUIII or intbnndon, P-vWt Ms. Mary Miller Presley, left, her mother, Mrs. Tommy Lee Miller, center, and her sister, Mrs. LaVora Edwards attended the ceremony. 'I1ae event was held at the Intercontinental Hotel on W. Kennedy Blvd. Presley returned to school at Tampa College. She earned 31 cre4its, but later learned that those credits that were not transferrable. She later returned to Brewster Technical School, where she graduated and earned an Administrative Assistant Certificate in 2003. Nearly two years ago, Ms. Miller Presley, 51, decided to further her education in that field and enrolled at Hillsborough Community College as a Business Administration major. The daughter of Mrs. Tommy Lee Miller and the late Choice Miller, Sr., Ms. Miller Presley is the mother of 6 children, grandmother of 9, and a great aunt. She admitted that as she advances towards graduation, the mathematics class es are challenging, but she won't stop. For others who may have misgivings about returning to school after yearsof absence, Ms. Miller Presley said, "Keep Christ Jesus first. "You are never too old and no matter what, don t give up, just keep trying In addition to receiving the prestigious award, Ms. Miller Presley will be inducted into the Alpha Theta Kappa Sorority, Inc., on April 27th.

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c .. Readers Comment On Zimmerman Receiving BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Friday, a Circuit judge in Sanford, Florida set a $150,000 bond for George Zimmerman. Zimmerman was charged with the murder of 17-year old Trayvon Martin, who was walking home from the store when he was shot and killed in February. Some readers shared their opinions about the judge is suing a bond for the accused murderer Quinton Robinson said, "It amazes me that Zimmerman received a bond for the charge of second-de gree mur der. How is it that most of those de t ained on drug charges re ce iv e no bond at all ; and if the y do a r e co n s i de re d a flight risk and monitored b y l aw e n f orcement. Appa r ently, this judge has more compassion for the pe r p etrator rather than the whole of public safety. Maybe, his father being a former judge plays a part. Whatever the case it seems that justice isn t blind just color blind. "Yet the masses cried for an arrest only t<_> be slapped in the face with letting the murderer of an innocent young Black male walk amongst society as if he did no wrong. Where is the jus tice in that? History can be quite disgraceful!" Donald n.-."UI"lPi.nro .. Jr., said, 44 DAYS & NOW BAIL! The thought, if there was a different outcome of this situa tion, Mr. Martin would not have had the opportunity to skip ar rest. "4!t Days later Mr. Martin would be in court on this day with bail not an op tion! Issue at hand, e vi dence points to George Zimmer man taking the life of an in nocen t y oung Trayvon Martin. Bail should not been allowed and the inmate should have been returned to the celL" Ed Racker said, "I think the bond was low, if a bond is appropriate; $500,000 would have been more ap, propriate; and if the court is concerned for Zimmer man's safety, leave him in jail!" Ronnie Moorer "It all seems outrageous to IEl t Zim merman get out on bond and have his freedom. That judge may allow that to happened, but we got to realize who's really in charge, and that is God. Man may not give equal justice, but God will. All we can do right now is keep praying for the family to be strong and support them. Mrs. Tonya Lewis said I'm very upset and disap pointed. I would have n e v e r thought they would hav e granted the bond request for Zimmer man, considering he was charged with second-degree murder. The system has failed Trayvon Martin's parents time and time again. This should show the world that we, the people, need to exer cise our rights at the voting polls We need to move some of the corrupt officials out. Enough of the injustice." Danny Green said, "It is my opin ion that George Zimmer man should not be al lowed bond. However, if the bond is L...-_._....__ granted, he definitely should not be allowed to leave the state due to second-degree murder charges and the na ture of the arrest, he should remain incarcerated until his trial. I feel that Zimmer man will be safer behind bars, than on the streets. James Ransom said, The murde r of Trayvon Martin b y George Zim merman was an atrocity His bonding sends a mesL DlRECTO RY -; Monday-Saturday 8A. M.-7P. M Sunday By Appt. ONLY Call Today For Spnng SpeCials Micros Senegal1se Kinky Twist Cornrows Interlocks Sew-Ins All Types of Braids W e Accept Credit Cards Address: 10020 N. 30th St. FL 33612 (At F'llinsetlil Plaza. Behind Busch Galdens .FL RESTAURANT L.COM www.facebook.c o m /flsentinel www .twiHer .com/flsentinelb sage that the court believes he is not a flight risk. The real focus must be on his trial and conviction for causing JAMFS RANSOM the death ofTrayvon Martin. "All eyes should be on tlie Special Prosecutor who has charged Zimmerman with 2nd degree murder. The lights needs to be on this case and shining brightly so everyone can see that justice is in the open and being served." Dr. Samuel Wright said, "It is obvious to me that George Zimmer-man is a criminal. He should entitled J JUNK CARS. Gall Today For Monthly Specials 813-248-1921 Adwlltismg Dept )lo ., :a rN N 0 .. N

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Kevin White Allowed To ARend. Daughter's Graduation Last week, a federal judge gave a former County Commissioner permission to travel this weekend. He is waiting to begin serving three years for public cor ruption. Kevin White sought per mission to travel to Florida State University this week KEVIN WHITE Suckers For love Are Dangerous C Last summer, a young fE guy I occasionally played c basketball against went Z home after finishing his time for probation violation. C( He was one of those loose cannons but overall, harm less types who seemed to do tmore barking than anything else. A few months after he left, a newspaper from his hometown circulated around the With his mug shot on the front page. Apparently, he was n t as harmless as I' imag ined because he was back in ail for his Allegedly, lie ,became j enraged after finding: out that she had been other men. Though I was surprise d to see him caught such a serious incident' so soo:n after his release! I wasi.I:'t c( exactly shoc:ke4 c actions. It wasn t becau se I it expected him to tUm into a g It &L showed all of the signs of-an individual who become unraveled when':it came to .. Whenever I see a,:inan in this stressing over' his ship, burning monthly allotted_.phon. e minutes arguing with his wife or girlfriend over n:oit sense and allowing himself to be bent out of shape when she doesn't respond immediately to his letters, I know two things One, she may not be too upset that he's not around. And second, it's going to be all bad for her when he gets out. To these kinds of guys the world is supposed to stop spinning the moment they get sentenced. The fish are supposed to stop swimming. The birds are supposed to stop chirping. And, his old lady better keep her legs pressed together until he makes it back. What they always fail to realize is that, for everybody who's not in prison, life goes on. The people on the street weren't given time to do ... We were. The women that we leave behind aren't obligated to ride with us. If they choose to, that's. great. But, the reality is 'that, more often than not, that's seldom the case. a woman to go without companionship for. 5-10-15 years is not only unrealistic, it' s selfish. Besides, if w e were honest with ourselves as men, we' d admit that if the situation were reversed, her replacement would be on stand-by before the ink dried on her booking paJ>.ers. So, why get end for his daughter Carissa White's graduation ceremony. Federal Judge James D. Whittemore said White must provide his conta<;t information and itinerary He must return to Tampa by Sunday, April 29th. mad at her for doing the exact same thing? When you live .your l,ife outside of the boundaries of the law, there are certain things that you have to be prepared to charge to the game if you get caught : And the commitment of a good woman is one of them. To me, even contemplat ing doing harm to a female for simply moving ort with her life is not only stupid, but shows a major weakness in character. I mean, I understand the pain that comes with facing rejection and love lost: But part of being a man involves being able to suck up disappoint ment, accept it for what it is and keep it moving So if you are one of those tender foot fellas who can t stand the fact :tha:t your' woman may be getting her groove on in your .. absence, always remember, it wasn't her deeisions that got in a predicament your heart could be broken in the .. first place. When you get to tpe point where you feel the need to hurt, slap f beat or kill someone for you miseral5le, you may want start with that pathetic per son who stares at you : from the mirror. ever y morning. He's more respon--' sible for your suffering than anybody. Anyone wanting to contact Clu-ence Barr can reach him a:t: Barr, II, 43tl.o.:.:(H8;: Bennettsville : F \C.I.; P o. Box ,5 .2o2o; Bennettsville; '$c 29512. Reality On Ice is @by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin 'Publishing Coll}pany. CONNt:CTt:C VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW.COM Jazz Event Comes To Cuban Hall Patio On Ap r il 27th, Marti Maceo Incorporated will be hosting a j azz event at the Cuban Hall Pat io, 1226 7th Avenue The show will feature Cleo Heart, and will be held from 7 p. m. until 11 p. m. Marti Maceo Incorporated was founded in 1900 by Afro-Cuban patriots to provide recreational, social, educational, and medical benefits to its members. Albert Hodges, Vice Director of Affairs for Marti Maceo, said they have about 200 members across the country, with about So of them nght here in Tampa. "Our contemporary goal is to preserve the history and heritage of Tampa's Cuban community and help protect the multi-cultural resources ofYbor City. "By hosting these kinds of CLEO HEART events, we provide a great environment for adults. We are already planning for future events, and they are all adult oriented. The public is invited to come out and enjoy an evening with Cleo Heart. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@/lsen tinel.com. Disc Jockev wants To Help Struggling Ani.SIS John Washington (Blackbeard) came on the scene in the early 1990s as a popular disc jockey. He started off working with the stable of DJ's from Roc-It Rod Productions. In the mid-1990s, Blackbeard created a pirate radio station on the FM waveband, and auto-. matically created a big audi ence. "My underground station was doing great, but I had to shut down and relocate sev eral times over a period of years. I shut it down perma nently in 2003." Blackbeard said now he's gone internet, and has a program he's operating out of a local bar. He says he s brought in well known DJ s, and they also have live cams. Our broadcast is heard all over the world and we've gotten calls from as far away as Japan and Finland about our show It's hard for up and com ing artists trying to get out there, and I want to give them a stage where they can be heard. Blackbeard said he's been back on the air since the first of the year, and they've also set up chat rooms. "I took a trip to California, JOHN WASHINGTON(Blackbeard) and came back with a lot of great concepts 1 -want to share with the people of Tampa. I owe a lot to Kraven my main partner and supporter. We ve been working together for more than 20 years. Blackbeard said he hopes to draw an audience since there is no R&B or jazz stations around anymore. I want to specialize in playing the music people haven t heard on the radio, although they know the artists My interests lie far beyond-the traditional con cept of playing music, and I think I have a lot to offer." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-o724, or emailed at lcrews@flsen tinel.com.

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ntertainment 1hink like A Man' Captu.res $33M AI Box OHice In recent months, there have been many debates, conversations and argu: ments over the highly antici pated film Think Like A Man, an adaptation of co median and self-anointed self-help guru Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Think Like A Man, Act Like A Lady. There were women who called for an outright boycott of the film because of the portrayal of women as calcu lating man-thirsty and incar pable of finding and maintaining healthy rela tionships that was evident throughout the book, refus ing to put a dime in Steve Harvey's pocket. Then there is the crowd who just "love them some Steve Harvey," who were going to be there come rain. Well the suspense is over. The relationship comedy Think Like a Man" wooed moviegoers away from "The Hunger Games" at the box office last weekend, marking the first time in 4 weeks Hunger' hasn't come in #1. The comedy about 5 ethni cally diverse couples raked in $33M, according to an esti mate from Sony Pictures. 'BBW Cast Refuses To Appear On Reunion Due To len's Slap This seaI son s Basket ball Wives has been any thing but dull with all of the I drama that JENNIFER saturates each WILLIAMS episode, but the latest issue, involving former NBA player Eric Williams ex-wife, Jennifer Williams, and Chad Ochocinco's fiance, Evelyn Lozada, looks as if it could derail the show. Due to Jennifer's lawsuit against Lozada's assistant, who slapped her during tap ing, several cast members are allegedly refusing to ap pear on the reunion show if Jennifer attends. On January 21st, Jen-nifer was slapped by Lozada's assistant, Nia Crooks, outside of a Florida racetrack. Crooks was argu ing with Jennifer over her perceived ditching of old friends for new friends (Jennifer used to be BFF's with Lozada and Crooks.) Soon after Jennifer asked Crooks why she was even talking, the assault occurred. In retaliation, Williams filed a lawsuit against Crooks, alleging she was badly injured in the attack. And even though Jennifer was indeed publicly as saulted for all 'to see, some of the cast feels that Jennifer's lawsuit is a vain at tempt to stay relevant and promotable on the hit show. Ross Pulled Over In Yacht, Gania Tossed In Water, Cops let Him Go Rick Ross was cruising in his yacht on Thursday (the day before 4-20) when authorities pulled the RICK vessel over to ROSS conduct a search after notic ing the smell of ganja. The cops boarded the boat and smelled mary jane, but couldn't find any. Someone in the Ross' entourage copped to smoking the greenery, and also admitted to tossing it overboard when he saw that one time was on the way. The result of his honesty; no one was arrested and there will be no charges filed. And you thought Teflon Don was just the title of his third album. Rub! Knight: I Don't Think Tupac Is Really Dead So with the excellent hologram production of Tupac onstage with Snoop Dogg at the Coachella festival, now Suge Knight is stoking the fires of urban legend, claim ing that he isn't truly con vinced that --rupac is really dead. Radio hosts Tattoo and Cee Cee asked Knight about the allegations that he killed the iconic rapper, Knight responded, "People say, 'God is going to judge me,' but I got a 45-inch bullet in my skull from grabbing, pulling him [Tupac] down [when shots were fired]." But when Knight was prodded about the circum stances around Tupac's burial, things got interesting. Knight insinuated that be cause 'Tupac's mother, Meni Shakur, wanted Tupac buried quickly, cre mation was chosen. Knight then went on to further shroud Tupac's cremation iii mystery. "Nobody seen Tupac dead .... Maybe the question is .. Pac's not really dead Pac's somewhere else." ore wants To Give legends Hologram Treatment DR.DRE Dr. Dre said that he wants to give the "hologram treatment", which the late Tupac Shakur received at this years Coachella, to other deceased musical legends He has his eyes set on Jimi Hendrix and Marvin Gay e. When asked what he thought about the success of the Tupac hologram he said that he was "thrilled with the digital rebirth of the rap leg end." Adele Nominated For 18 Billboard Awards ADELE Adele, Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Lil Wayne lead the finalists for the 2012 Billboard Music Awards, which will air live from the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas on May2o. Adele takes the lead as a finalist in 18 award cate gories, including Top Artist, Top Female Artist and Top Billboard 200 Artist. "Rolling In The Deep," the lead single from her block buster sophomore album 21, places the U.K. singer as a contender in 7 song cate gories. Jennner To Headline Taste 01 Chicago JENNIFER HUDSON Jennifer Hudson, Chaka Khan, Death Cab for Cutie and Dierks Bentley are among the headliners for this year's Taste of Chicago. The annual food and music festival is July 11 to 15 in the city's Grant Park along the shores of Lake Michigan. The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Spe cial Events announced the lineup Thursday for shows at the Petrillo Music Shell. Oprah Will Be The Commencement Speaker For Spelman Class 012012 Oprah Winfrey is sche duled to speak at the graduation ceremony for the Spelman class of 2012. School officials have an nounced that the ceremony will take place on May 2oth at the Georgia Convention Center. Oprah received an honorary degree from Spel man in 1993. Winfrey, the multime dia mogul, has strong ties to Spel man, which is one of the na-OPRAH tion's top lib-WINFREY eral arts schools and the oldest historically Black col lege for women -President Obama To Appear On 'late Night With J _immv Fallon' President Barack Obama will make a three state swing next week to call on Congress to prevent in terest rates on student loans from doubling. for the Obama campaign. While North in Carolina, Pres. Obama will also make his PRES. The White House says Obama will speak at univer sities in North Carolina, Colorado and Iowa. All three are key general election bat tleground states. first appearOBAMA ance on NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" show. NBC says the show will tape a special broadcast Tuesday at the University of North en Carolina at Chapel Hill. College-aged voters are also a critical constituency 'Marler To Stream on Facebook While In Theaters The Bob Marley docu mentary "Marley" will stream on Facebook simul taneously during its theatri cal opening, a signal that social media may also play a role in shifting movie re lease windows. ent films. But this will be the first such U.S. film to -stream BOB MARLEY ::! z m r-m c: r r m ::! z "U c: m r-u; ::1: m c m < m Such day-and-date re leases have become increas ingly common in recent years for smaller independ-concurrently on the social media be hemoth while opening in c: theaters. Uve Jazz Featuring n "Cleo Heart" tktay.Aprll '11,2012 7 p.m. -11 Sociedad l.aUnion Marti-Maceo "The Cuban Club" 1226 E. 7th AvenUe Tampa, Fl Here at WE Insure Florida, We offer Homeowner and Auto insurance, at very low rates we have 881Veral carriers to chose from to give you the choice and the peace of mind. 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en w :: ii: w > w 0 w rts Dwight Howard's Back Suruerv Said To Go Well DWIGIIT HOWARD Dwight Howard is making his first steps toward recovery from sea son-ending back surgery. The All-Star center for the Orlando Magic was scheduled to begin his post operative walking program Saturday, one day after a herniated disc was repaired and some fragments removed during a procedure in Los Angeles. Howard's surgeon, Dr. Robert Watkins Sr., said Friday's operation was "uneventful>! and Howard was resting comfortably Plant sweeps 41-6 Track Crowns Tampa Bay Tech' s Deonte Williams (left) edges Plant's :::; Antonio Crawford to win the too-meter dash at the 4A-District al 6meetWednesday. :: D. RIVERVIEW -Just as they did at the county championships the Plant High girls and boys track squads dominat tij ed the distance races and scored plenty of points elsewhere to :j sweep the team titles in Wednesday s Class 4A-District 6 :: meet at Leto. m _, w z i= z w en
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Sports Mana warld Peace Elbows James Harden In The lead METrA WORLD PEACE During Sunday afternoon' s Lakers home game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, we saw a side of Metta World Peace Ron Artest)_that we haven t encountered in quite some time World Peace elbowed James Harden hard in the side of the head. Harden went to t h e ground immediately, and Metta was immedia te l y and rightfully ejected f rom the gam e T h e entire incid e n t h ap p ene d v ery qu i c kly, s o m u ch s o t h a t it' s h ard to know e xactl y what World Peace intended t o d o What's apparent is that he felt Harden and responded b y swinging an elbow. However, MWP also didn t look over his shoulder to see who it was and seemed to throw his elbow as an impulse rather than with the intention to hit a player in the head. Raiders Will Count On Prvar Is Palmer's Backup TERREU.E PRYOR The 2012 NFL draft hasn t even begun, and.the Raiders already have a member of their draft class pegged to pla y an important role next season. Terrelle Pryor, a supplemental pick last August who cost the team its thirdrounder this year, is the team's No. 2 quarterback following the first week of OTAs under new head coach Dennis Allen. Although he has never attempted a pass in an NFL game (preseason or regular season), Pryor is the team's only backup to 32-year old starter Carson Palmer and could be counted on heavily if Palmer were to be injured Saletv Brian Dawkins Retiring From NFL BRIAN DAWKINS ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -Veteran safety Brian Dawkins is retiring from the NFL after 16 seasons. Dawkins posted the news on his Twitter account Monday, thanking the teams he played for, his coaches and teammates and fans. Dawkins spent his first 13 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and his last three with the Denver Broncos. He suffered a serious neck injury in December that sidelined him for the stretch run and the Broncos' two playoff games. "I would like to thank the Eagles & the Broncos 4 believing in me," he tweeted. "I would like 2 thank all my teammates & coaches that I have been blessed 2 go to battle with. Along with u, the fans 4 helping make my career 1 that I have enjoyed tremendously. In other words. I am announcing my retirement from the NFL." Bears Sign b-IICSIIII IIIII GENOHAYES LAKE FORES T, Ill. -The Chicag o Bears have agreed on a one year con tract with linebacker Geno Hayes, who spent his first four seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Jaclsanllrees TIPIJCII Chiefs DL Tyson Jackson agreed to restruc ture his contract, cutting his salary from $8 million in 2012 to $4.25 million in base salary with $4 million guaranteed. He also voided the last year of the deal, 2014, and could hit the open market a5 soon as 2013. Jackson, the third over all pick in the 2009 draft is due to earn a $14.72 million salary in 2013. That high figure would likely be restructured or result in the team letting him go. Only $3.2 million of his {13 salary is guaranteed. LYN This job Is great, especially when you bring back a special feature by popular demand. Lyn more than qualifies as a spe cial feature, and the beauty says her favorite star is Kimora Simmons. Her hob bies are modeling, shopping, and going to the beach, and her future plans are to com plete her degree in technical writing and market herself as a model and fashion crit .,.. r 0 c )> C/) m z -t z m r m c r r z ., c m r m c m < m :a < -t c m C/) c )> z c ic. Lyn says, "Do what you love and love what you do." The man in Lyn's life must be intelligent, a go-getter, hard working and c takes care of his responsibilities. Congratulations to Lyn as our special Beauty Unlimited feature. High Blood Pressure And Type 2 Diabetes? ;"-:-:-; .,-._ I tlldiV ............ ,... ...., be ellglblt to l)lltciplllt In. vdl.l1llry cMciiiJIIIUdlllllldydanllrw I i'fGII"Jiiii.....Ui fart!Wl bbJd ....... M eridien Research .. ...-..11 no 0011. .. foiiDIIfrV lludy-ftlllllld Blood .............. moiillrillo lib .. phr*ll ..... Eoo.. ........ 813-877-8839 727-347-8839 ----------------

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M()ur Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 805-3350. (813) 248-612!5 wilson-fun!ralhome.com URIAL INSURANC F ....... c..t ....._. $7-llld $10,000. Protect YIMnelf TodQ. Clll Now For Your FREt In HoM Quote. Plans Starting At Only $20.00 Per Month National Pres.lllaalls 10-1 Financial Edge OVerRonev New Judge Sets $150,000 Bond For Zi0110erman BARACK OBAMA VS. MITfROMNEY WASHINGTON-President Barack Obama's re-election effort enjo y ed a 10-to-1 finan cial edge over Republican rival Mitt Romney last month out raising the former Massachu setts governor by millions as Pres. Obama recorded more than $104 million into his cam paign war chest Pres.Obama Hauls In $1 Million For Campaign AndPanv WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama is haul ing in about $1 million for his campaign and for Democratic Party groups. The president was fundraising Thursday about a block from the White House, meet ing with about two dozen sup porters, each of whom paid $40,000. The gathering is his third fundraiser in two days. Pres. Obama raised cash at two campaign events Wednesday in Michigan TRAYVON MARTIN February 5, 1995 -February 26, 2012 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday morning after listening to testimony from the defense and prosecution, a judge issued a bond for a man accused of killing an unarmed teenager The murder took place on February 26th in San ford Florida. Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester, Jr., replaced Circuit Judge Jessica Recksiedler, who recused herself from over see ing the second degree mur der case of 28-year-old George Zimmerman. Judge Recksiedler's husband is the law partner of Attorney Mark NeJame who has accepted the role of commentator on the case for CNN. Zimmerman has admit ted to shooting and killing 17:.. year-old Trayvon Martin during a confrontation. Attorney Mark O'Mara is representing Zimmerman. He asked for a bond of $15,000 for his client and permission for him to leave the state. Attorney Bernie de Ia GEORGE ZIMMERMAN ... Charged with seconddegree murder Rionda represented the state in the hearing. He asked that Zimmerman not be given a bond. He also requested that if a bond was issued, it be set at $1 million. Judge Lester minimized Zimmerman's past criminal history and set the bond at $150,000. He also did not deny the request that Zimmerman be able to leave the state. Zimmerman must also w ear an electronic monitor ; cannot have any contact with the vict i m's famil y ; he cannot have any alcohol drugs with out a prescription for firearms. While testifying at the bond hearing, Zimmerman said I am sorry for the loss of your son .... l did not know how old he was. I thought he was a little bit younger than I am. I did not know if he was armed or not. The alleged apology was di rected at Ms. Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, parents of the dead teenager. Both were present at the bond hearing. Zimmerman was re leased from jail over the week end. The president's appearance on Thursday was closed to the press. As in other events, the pro ceeds of the fundraiser are split between Pres. Obama's re election campaign the Demo cratic National Committee and v arious state party organiza tions. Abused Wile 'Stands Her Ground,' Faces 20 Year Prison Sentence As of the end of March, Pres. Obama had raised about $350 million for his re election campaign and the Democratic National Commit tee so far in this election cycle. Florida s controversial Stand Your Ground law has been at the center of the Trayvon Martin case be cause former neighborhood watch captain, George Zim-. merman, 28, claims that he acted in self-defense and, under the law, he had every right to meet force with force The nation watched as Zimmerman strolled into court Friday morning and was granted a low bail of $150,000 by Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester-after he offered Syb rina Fulton and Tracey Martin a half-hearted apology for killing their unarmed 17-year-old son. Unfortunately, Stand Your Elaine Miller Adm Services '"CnNtte your perfect l mpl'ffSSfon Toll-Free: 1-290-8487 Let u s create tha t perfect I mpression for youl D u;atlltv petSOnallz ed products outstand ing *Graduation *Anniversary *Invitations *Statione ry *Disne y *Parties, Celebration s & More Email: Ground" doesn't work nearly as well to protect abused Black women -just vigilante neigh borhood watch captains with violent criminal records. On August 1, 2010, Marissa Alexander was in the fight of her life against an abusive husband who, accord ing to her, had every intention of killing her. Today, she awaits trail on three counts of aggravated assault with no in tent to harm, and faces a minimum 20 years in prison. The judge in the case dismissed Alexander's motion to re ceive immunity under the "Stand Your Ground," and she is struggling to get her story heard. Rev. AI Sharpton, who has been a yital support and champion for Trayvon Martin's family, said in an inter view that he would also be getting involved in Alexander's case: We're definitely going to get involved in that, because I think she s a glaring example of how th_ ey apply Stand Your Ground based on who you are rather than what ground you're standing."

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Crime Police Arrest Serial Burglar Tampa Police report that over the course of the past several weeks, a dark colored Nissan Altima was seen on a surveillance video at the scene of residential burglaries throughout the City of Tampa warram Issued .for Shoounu-suspact Hillsborough County Sheriff' s deputies have issued a warrant for the ar rest of D y Ian Landvreugdfor aggravated battery with great bodily harm in reference to an incident that occurred April 15th. Police said the suspect in these offenses targete.d elec tronics and jewelry. A city wide search began for the Nissan and its occupant. -----...1-.J According to reports, while DUANE ARMSTRONG in Walmart, Landvreugd, 19, On April 19th, forensics identified Duane Armstrong as being present at the scene of a residential bur glary at 1718 West Grace Street that occurred In that case, entry was made through a window and money was stolen from the home. On April 19th, police said Armstrong was identified by fingerprints as being at the scene of a residential burglary at 2120 West that occurred April 12th. In that offense a nearl;>y resident captured the Altima on their exterior surveillance camera. Officers arrested Armstrong at his residence for the burglaries. A search warrant was served on Armstrong's res idence, and several items stolen in residential burgla ries over the past year were recovered. Among those items were a firearm unusual jewelry, computers, ipods, and foreign money. Armstrong is suspected in burglaries spanning the course of last year through the city and possibly extend ing beyond the city limits. and Travis Gray, 20, became involved in a verbal dispute. The two men know each other. Landvreugd followed Gray out of the store where he was seen on surveillance video removing a handgun from his waistband. Landvreugd then shot Gray twice in the lower torso. Gray was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Deputies said Landvreugd is known to frequent the area of 140th Avenue and 15th Street. Anyone with infor mation on Landvreugd is asked to call (813) 247-8200. Two len Charged With Selling svnthetic lariiuana Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that a store owner and clerk were charged with selling synthetic marijuana after tests showed a product at their store contained a newly illegal ingredient. Riyad AJjamal, 41., and Kai'eem Alsioury, 31, are both charged with felony distribution of a controlled substance. According to the Sheriffs Office, detectives bought packets of 1<2, a synthetic KAREEM ALSIOURY drug, at AJjamal's store, the Riverview Pit Stop, 8624 U. S. Highway 301, South. The drug was tested at a Florida Department of Law "" Enforcement lab and found to contain a chemical that g was banned by the state Legislature, effective April 1st. Deputies returned to the store with a search warrant z and seized 3,100 packages of m synthetic marijuana; worth t;" m $124,000, along with a c semiautomatic rifle. !!I z 1.800.289.3823 .......... ...

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Three Men Indicted On Federal Drug Charges BONET A MILES WLLIAM MILES JERVARIS KITILES 40 years in federal prison. U.S. Attorney Robert E. O Neill unsealed an indict ment Friday charging St. Pe tersburg residents Bontena Miles, 27, William Miles, 22, and Jervaris Kittles, 31. Bontena Miles was charged with two counts of distribution of cocaine two counts of distribution of 28 ;;c grams or more of cocaine 0 base, two counts of posses ff sion of a firearm by a cone victed felon, and possession of an unregistered machine > gun. He faces a maximum penalty of life in federal en prison. William is charged with distribution of i;: 28 grams or more of cocaine w base and faces a maximum of > w Kittles is charged with distribution of cocaine and faces a maximum of 20 years in federal prison. The indictment also noti fies all three that the United States intends to forfeit any assets which are alleged to be traceable proceeds of the of fenses or used to facilitate the offenses. According to the indict ment, from September 28, 2011 to March 2, 2012, Bontena Miles sold cocaine and cocaine base on four occa sions. One occasion involved the sale of cocaine base along with William Miles. Another occasion in volved the sale of cocaine with Kittles. c w l: en ::::i ll Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#1 Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks, NR Owner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 Bo. x 290917-Tampll, 33687 13-376-3946 Cell WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 TIIDII Parll Plaza @ llabraslla Ava. & scan St. 'he 3.-, ,e .; J' "1por1an: dec sO" :a! sr.o. o rc: be based s:le 1 upon ac.e'l sements lefoe you dec1de ask us to sed, ou REE :ten n'C'r'13t o" aoo.t qua, 1 :a:.:s and npe< ence' Man Arrested After Barricading Himsallln Home CLEAWATER Deputies have arrested a man who bar ricaded himself in a residence after getting a knife, threaten ing deputies and endangering three minor children. A sec ond suspect was charged with obstruction. On Friday at 11:18 a. m., deputies responded to a home on Missouri Avenue on a com plaint from 32-year-old Linda Williams. r:>eputies said Linda Williams requested Bryan Williams, 26, be trespassed from the residence due to a domestic argument. When deputies arrived on the scene, Bryan Williams reportedly grabbed a stick and told deputies not to come closer Deputies ordered him to put the stick down. He did not comply, and went back into the house. As deputies approached the door of the residence, Bryan Williams reportedly came out with a butcher knife and yelled, threatening the deputies. Linda Williams and the three children were also present in the front of the home Deputies ordered Bryan Williams to drop the knife and again he did not comply, and went back into the resi dence, barricading himself in side. Deputies negotiated with Bryan Williams for 45 min utes until they were able to convince him to <:orne out of the home through the front door. While outside deputies said Williams continued to be argumentative and ref\lsed to obey their commands. Deputies then deployed a beanbag at Bryan W"illjams in order to sQbdue him. He was then arrested and charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, child endangerment, and resisting arrest without violence. A second suspect, Isreal Williams 25, was arrested and charged with obstruction for yelling profanities at the deputies and allegedly telling deputies to get off the prop erty. Teenager Sets Fire To FamiiV's Home On Saturday, Tampa Po lice arrested Aldwin Caceres, 18, for reportedly setting fire to his family's home on East 1th Street. Caceres was arrested Saturday and charged with domestic abuse for head butting his mother, Alba Marrero. Police said while arguing with his mother, pour.ed gas on her bed and set it on fire. Caceres is facing charges of domestic battery and arson. Officials said the inci dent began with an argument ALDWIN CACERES in which Caceres became en raged when his moth e)," broke his cell phone. Deputies Investigating Nightclub Shooting PINELLAS COUNTY Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies are investigating a shooting that occurred at gen tlemen's club early Friday morning. At 3 a. m., deputies re sponded to the 24 Carat Gen tlemen's Club to investigate a shooting in the parking lot. Deputies said as the night club was closing a group of people began physically fight ing. It was reported that shots had been fired at the club. During the investigation, it was discovered that Donavan Sermons, 37, had been transported by friends to a local hospital with gunshot wounds. His injuries were not / DONAVAN SERMONS considered to be life threaten ing deputies said. Deputies ask that anyone with information on the shooting to call Detective Capra at (727) 582-6200. Police Arrest Armed Felon WINTERHAVENWin ter Haven police have located and arrested a dangerous, armed felon in Winter Haven. Officers had been actively searching for Damon Smith, 18, after he was iden tified in two violent incidents involving armed robbery and gunfire that occurred last weekend. On Friday evening, Smith was found and arrested. Ini tially, police said he tried to flee, but was quickly arrested. Police said Smith was charged with attempted sec ond degree murder, aggra vated battery with a firearm, aggravated assault, posses sion of a fireann b a convicted felon, carrying a concealed firearm and shooting into an occupied vehicle. UNCLE SANDY Are you one of those people 1, 7, 9, 12 who finds out 15 17, 22, 25 at the cas_!J. register 28, 30, 33, 35 that you don't have enough money to pay for your purchase? 39, 40, 45, so

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1\) 0 la=l ___ AL;;;;;;;;;;;;;i;NO __ TICii;;;;;;;;;;;;;E EMPLOYMENT II ;;; NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: PURCHASE OF A CLARK COUGAR MOSQUITO SPRAYER For the Public Works Department I Mosquito Control Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of Thirteen (13) Truck Mounted ULV Spray System to Clarke Mosquito Control Products, Inc. in the amount of $ 84,004.96. This procurement is considered a Sole Source as Clarke Mosquito Control is the sole manufacturer and distributor of the Ciartce_ cougar ULV machinE!: Contractors .Who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement) must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on May 1, 2012. After this date, an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine wh ether bona fide competition exists. Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement), 601 E. Kennedy Blvd ., County Center, 18th Floor, Tampa, Florida, 33601, Attention Mark Kriz, Senior Analyst, Business and Support Services (Procurement), email : krizm@hillsbor9Ughcounty.org or FAX to (813) 272-6290. For further information call (813) 272-5790. INVITATION TO BID The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to receive sealed bids at the office of the Authority, located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa Rorida, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed bids are invited for the following: BID 112-10 ESCALATOR CLEANING, MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE DATEITIMEILOCATION: MONDAY, MAY 7, 2012 0 10:00AM AT THE TAMPA SPO RTS AUTHORITY OFFICE BID OPENING DATEITIMEILOCATION: THURSDAY, MAY 17, 2012 0 10:00AM AT THE TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY OFFICE Bid packages will be available for drstrlbutlon and pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 a.m. on Monday, April 23, 2012 or online at www.tampasportsauthorlty.com. Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority by calling (813) Extension 6511. The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities, if any, and accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Authority, is determined to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa, Rorida this 111b Day of April 2012. 1881 Jeanette Baker Director of Finance & Administration TAMPA SPORl'$ AUTHORITY NOTICE OF BID ATTENTION ALL SUBCONTRACTORS INCLUDING DBE, MBE, WBE, DISABLED VETERANS, SECTION 3, PINELLAS COUNTY AND GREATER TAMPA AREA SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS BROOKS & FREUND, LLC will be accepting bids for the construction of the "Pinellas Heights Senior Apartments" in Largo, FL. Subcontractor bids are due by 2:00 pm on May 16, 2012. Certified DBE, MBE, WBE, Disabled Vets, Section 3, Pinellas County and Greater Tampa area Subcontractors and Suppliers are encouraged to participate. The project consists of one 4-story 153-unit senior apartment complex and all related site improvements and accessory structures. Non-mandatory pr&-bid meetings for Subcontractors will be held on May 1st at 1 :00 pm and 3:00 pm at the County Housing Authority office located at 11479 Ulrnerton Road in Largo, FL 33778. To obtain a link to download the bidding documents please email a with your company information including Contact Person, Address, Phone Number, Fax Number, and Email Address to mikeObrooksandfreund.com. Plans will also be available for viewing at the Housing Authority office and also at the office of Brooks & Freund located at 5661 Independence Circle, Suite 1, Fort Myers FL 33912. Bidding documents will be available beginning April 24th. For more information, please send all inquiries or requests to bid to Mike Brooks Estimator. Phone: 239-939-5251 Fax: 239-939-5117. This project is subject to Davis-Bacon (certified payroll) and Section 3 contract provisions. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposal$ for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be puplicly opened. MAY 10,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-Q195-0-2012/JLH FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION OF PLATFORM RACK ASSEMBUES Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be 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 business hours. -----------------------------------------For Your convenience The Florld: a ;sentinel VI-,. MataterCarcl :An:aerloan And Dallt Carda P8 t VIa Phon --------------------------------------SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS

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c a: c z c( c tJ) w w > w c w :::r tJ) :::i m ;:) a.. z .J .J ;:) lD .J w z z w tJ) C a: g LEGAL NOTICE 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 pu_ blicly opened. MAY 8, 2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P..0177-Q..2012/CK, TREND MICRODEEP SECURITY COMPLIANCE PACK Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposat results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.orwprocurementservices. 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 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETHIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 29-2009-CA-o25150 BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING LP, FIK/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP, PLAINTIFF, vs KENNETH P. VASTA, et al. DEFENDANTS. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to the Reschedule of Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated April12. 2012, entered in this cause by the Circuit court of Hillsborough County, Florida the prOperty described as: UNIT 101, OF PARI( LAKE AT PARSONS, A CONDOMINIUM, ACCOR DING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF AS RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 16007, PAGE 1415, THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. Will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on the 22mt day May. 2012. at 2:00 P.M. at the George E. Edgecorob Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida, 33602. "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 number 81 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 Relay Service at 1-=SOQ-955-8770." Dated: 18th day of April. 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT lsi FRANCISCO R. ERNANDEZ As Deputy Clerk IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA case No.: 12-DR -2426 DIVISION: C-P MYNA M. BURNETT Petitioner and DAVID L WRIGHT Respondent NonCE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) TO: DAVID L. WRIGHT 1423 Court of Flags Court Building #2, Apt #1423 Tampa, Fl 33613 YOU ARE NonFtED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it onMyna M. Burnett, whose address is 2109 East Flora Street.Tampa. Florida 33610, on or before May 29,2012. and f il e the original with Clerk of this Court, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 101, Tampa, Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450, Tampa, Florida 33601-4358 before service on Petit ioner or thereafter. If you fall to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded In the Petition. Copies of all court documents In this case, Including orders, are available at the clerk of the Circuit Court's Office. You I!'8Y review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Noijce of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915). Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of doc uments and Information. Failure to comply can result In sanc tions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: April19. 2012 II PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: CYNTHIA MENENDEZ DEPUTY CLERK HOMES FOR RENT 3019 North 38th Street 3 E3edrooms/2 Baths On Quiet Dead End Street CHA Carport $875.00/Monthly $600 00/Security (813) 335-6688 3 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH, CHA Fenced Corner Lot Wood Floors Wood Deck $850.00/Monthly $800 00/Deposit (813) 532..()313 $peaking for Irself_,..,. II II. HOMES FOR RENT 11. 7706 North 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $900 00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Preferred Available May 1st Rev. Ty.on (813) 770.2003 Bad Credit/Section 8 OK 813-344-5778 Rentals For Sale hllp:l/www.tlt8lo Seminole Heights 1924 East Wilder Ave. 4/2 1,200 Sq. 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LEGAL NOTICE PUBUC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified bidders for two painting and water intrusion correction projects, with project costs in the ranges listed below Separate bid documents wiH be issued for each project, and separate bid responses are required. Qualified firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools (HCPS) Procurement Department on the 3rd Roor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602, until bid opening at the times indicated below. Conetructlon Protect Bid No. Dnlgner Coat Range SlteVIalt Biela Due Mintz Elementary 0232FAC Jerel McCants. $260,000to 3:00p.m. 3:00p.m. Architecture, Inc $600,000 April24,2012 May 7, 2012 Walker Middle 0244FAC Atelier AEC Inc. $240,000to 2:30p.m. 3:00p.m. $560,000 April 23, 2011 May 9 2012 HCPS will host non-mandatory pre-bid site visits at the respective schools at the times indicated. Attendees must sign in and present a photo ID to gain accesS to the site visits. The bid documents identify specific requirements for bid security, surety bol)ds, and insurance. HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at http:l/168.254.1.35/documents/standards/index htm. Bond and insurance requirements are detailed in the HCPS standard contract available on the HCPS web site. Bidders may obtain complete sets of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from the respective designers identified in the table above. Bid documents for the Walker project will not be available until April17, HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder, to waive any informality or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids HOMES FOR RENT Eaat 21at Avenue 311House AIC Fenced Backyard Covered Front And Back Porch $500.00/Monthly $350.00/Deposit Available Now (813) 249-8118 II APTS. FOR RENT I Very, Very Bright And Clean 1 OOOk Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11717 North 14th Street (14th Street And Fowler) THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EUA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS APTS. FOR RENT Very Spacious Section 8 Welcome 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Se Habla Espanol $625.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Cinnamon Cove A/C, New Tile/Carpet Apartments Call (813) 971-5254 Call (813) 298-2499 Apartment North Tampa And For Rent Temple Terrace Water, Electric 3 Bedrooms From $850.00 And Cable Included WDH 0 Deposit 1 Month Rent Plus Deposit No Application Fee 2 And 3 Bedroom Cllll (813) 236-2395 Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 3502 813-915-9787 1 Bedroom Patio Apartment w/Appliances Fenced Yard $575.00/Monthly First & Last Month Rent Required (813) 704-7339 t II DUPLEXES I nly 0 Deposit $100.00 Special 3 Bedroom CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area c.ll (813) 789-3879 8217 North 47th Streel Apartment tB 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA,WDH Free Water And Trash (813) 626-0331 n lal Tampa Heights New4-Piex 2 Or 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 477-7734 1504 E. 138th Ave. 311, Duplex CHA, WID Hook-up $750 00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Willie (813) 699-2498 (813) 690-6664 North Tampa 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Air, Appliances Fenced Backyard $450.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Water Call (8 13) 505-972e I ROOMS FOR RENT Rooms For Rent Busch Gardena Area $11 0.00/Weekly Lights, Water, And Cable Included Phone (813) 690-2833 5819 Rooms For Rent $1 OO.OOIWeekly $75.00/Deposit Central Heat And Air Carpet, Free Cable Call (813) 361-6227 Near alrgrounds Looking For Responsible Roommate $400.00/Monthly No Deposit 1 Child OK Internet And Cable Included Room For Rent Ybor Area A/C, Ca,ble, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Ceil ing Fans $75.00/Deposit $100.00 And Up Weekly (813) 317-9872 Rooms For Rent $305.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Background Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 949-8997 ,.. 6 ::D en m z m r-aJ C r rz ., c m r-c;; :1: m c m C! m en -c: ,. z c ,.. ::D 6 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Room For Rent No Drugs, CHA Share Kitchen And Bath $130.00/Weekly 1000 East 26th Avenue .,..... Csll (813) 494-3343 Mr. Austin (813) 362-7618 MlaaS.111h (813) 270-4047 CATION DEADLINES .aCI8Y Ecltlon Tlusday 0 12:00 P.M. Friday Edtlon Monday 0 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And 80$ For Each Adcltlonal Word Over 20 Q This Price Is Each nme You Publish Your Ad m N -

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I Trucks And Vans Senegalese Twists $130.00 Pr o f essional Micros $125.00 Call (813) 784-8339 I And Affordable Kinky Twists $85.00 Body Pla i ts 95 00 DLM Notary Services I BUY JUNK CARS.COM Call TOday Bobs $80.00 Sew-Ins $60.00 Top Dollar For (813) 642-3183 Trucks Vans And Cars Dlmservices91 @yahoo.com II II W i t h O r W i tho ut Title SELL YOU CAR Running O r Not 24/7 II II PLUMBING Call (813) 344 4444 I Will Buy Your Trade Ins CASH Or Any Vehicle Woodard's Plumbing Honda Toyota N i ssan Lexus For Cars Trucks And Vans We Spec i alize In lnfiniti Ac u ra Or Any Mode l Free Haul i ng Lost Title OK Faucets Leaks If You Still Owe The Bank I Drain Stoppage, Cabinets No Problem Call (813) 626-5733 Or (813) 924-6255 S i nk Installation And Paying Up To $25 000 God Bless All Plumbing Needs (813) 335-3794 -Call (813) 325-4643 II LEASE II II SELL YOUR HOME II PROPERTY II II REAL ESTATE I Am A Real Investor Church/Office Space For Rent Looking To Buy Between 5 And 7 Houses This Month 804 East Aorlbraska 1'-Learn How To Create Wealth Offers W i thin 24 Hours Investing In Real Estate 1 Large Room (813) 325-2813 Rehab For Profit Partially Furnished Build W i th Equity DON'T LET THOSE OTHER : Call (813) 229-8696 Build A Positive GUYS STEALYOUR HOUSEl (813) 373-2515 Cash Flow Or (813) 949-8997 Rental Business Gash In 3 Days For Your House Must Have Fair Credit See Our Ad In The Commercial Store Front Must Have Cash To Close Flor ida Sentinel. 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