Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .. c::c c a: 0 ....1 u.. SE E PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 75 TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2012 24 PAGES 75 iddle Schooler To Perlorm In Ballet Production SEE PAGE 2 lotorcvclist Dies In Sundav Night Accident SEE PAGE 3 32nd PASTORAl ANNIVERSARY BlackOed Companv Pleased WllhGroWih SEE PAGE 9 The congregation at 34th Street Church of God honored their pastor and first lady for their 32nd Anniversary. Several recognition services were held to honor Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas (Marva) Scott. The concluding service was an Appreciation Service on Apri122, 2012 with Rev Dr. Henry J. Lyons as the guest speaker. Rev. and Mrs. Scott, center, are joined by their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey (Marva) Johnson and the guest speaker and his wife, Rev. Dr. and ji Mrs. Henry J (Willie) Lyons. (Photo by Julia Jackson)
Nr------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FeatureS All Spons Communitv Service Alumni Honored BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Since his retirement from the NFL former Chicago Bear and Tampa Bay Buccaneer defensive end, Tyrone Keys, has been promoting the NFL brand, Caring For Kids. With the help of the NFL, I've served a lot of young people who society had given upon. "During a banquet I attended recently one of the young people, B, was hon ored. Sailor's journey began when he was abandoned and left on a street corner at the age of 4. Sailor became one of Hillsborough County s top c high school football recruits i:i: but he veered off the path and got into some trouble. z However, when he met c( Keys and got involved with All Sports, things began to C change for him. Now he's the f3 defensive coordinator for the a: Keys said Sailor never let those obstacles deter him W from achieving his dream of graduating from college. l: "He had a goal, and to. achieve that goal he knew ffi he had to make some ::::) changes, said Keys. "Ricky was very dedicated i= and when it came down to it, W he sacrificed what he needed j to, and now he's able to help i others. Ricky Sailor and one of his Jefferson football players. _, Ricky has helped over 98 first generation students ;::: realize their dream of z attending college, said Keys. "His former teammate, Gilbert Perez, has matched his efforts by spon soring student scholarships and giving grants to teachers and coaches who make a dif-w en c( c a: 0 _, I.L BEN DAWSON ference in the lives of young people. "Ricky and Gilbert have successfully taken their game from the playing field to the biggest game of all; the game of life. "It was really special to share this experience with my family, college coach, and mentor, who were over joyed with tears," Keys said. Middle Schooler To Panicipate In Ballet Performance KATARINA SMITH The David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts' Next Generation Ballet (NGB) will present Swan Lake on Saturday, May 12. in Ferguson Hall. Next Generation Ballet's award-winning dancers will be joined in Swan Lake by several guest artists. One of the performers will be Katarina Smith, who recently performed before a sold-out audience in New York City at the Lincoln Center. This two act world premiere version of Swan Lake, featuring marvelous sets and costumes, has been set and choreographed after the original choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, by NGB Artistic Director Peter Stark and Ivonne Lemus, formerly of Ballet Nacional de Cuba As part of the non-profit Straz Center for the Performing Arts the Patel Conservatory offers camps and classes for children and adults of all experience levels in all kinds of dance, music and theater. Katarina is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph (Tony) (Anita) Smith. The talented young lady attends Progress Village Middle Magnet School of the Arts. Ethics Charges Against Former Commissioner Dismissed N w c( _D.;. -221-1800 1461 TIIDPa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scan St. Pc ... 't"g J 3. er ; 3:'1 d:c s C"' =: be e, .. Ja.et1Se""1Cr'lts E:'o c.' c .. c:cc cc .. s sc .. : .c .. FREE:, .. .. 'J: o .. J tt:J: C"S J"':: cx::c e":e Last week, the Florida Commission on Ethics stat ed that the charges against a former Hillsborough County elected official had been dismissed. George Niemann, of Dover, filed the complaint against Kevin White in October 2009. Niemann alleged that White used his office to harass Alyssa Ogden, his former aide Ogden accused White of firing her after she refused his advances. A jury award-KEVIN WHITE ed her $75,000 and attor ney's fees following a trial on sexual harassment. Earlier this year, U S District Judge James D. Whittemore sentenced White to three years in prison after he was found guilty of several charges. The charges stemmed from his position as Chairman of the Public Transportation Commission. The Ethics Commission voted 4-3 to drop the com plaint in light of the conviction and pending prison term.
Features Recovering After Being Shot In Chest Tampa Police are looking for suspects in the shooting of a 16-year-old boy Friday night Police said Leroy Henry was at the intersection of u th Street and East Ellicott Street at 8:30 p. m. when he was shot. Police said they don' t know what events led up to the shooting at this time. Homicide detectives are interviewing witnesses. Henry was transported to a local hospital, and his condition has been upgraded from critical to serious, but stable. Congresswoman Holds 10 Theft Prevenaon workshops U.S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor is shown at an ID Theft Prevention Workshop. Last week, U S Congresswoman Kathy Castor held consumer fraud and identity theft prevention workshops. The workshops were h eld in Tampa in the morning and in St. Petersburg on Thursday afternoon. The topics of the workshops included identity theft, credit reports, finan cial issues, safe computing and Medicare fraud. Experts from the Federal Trade Commission were on hand to offer advice and answer questions. The workshops .were designed to help people pro tect themselves from identi ty theft and other scams. Congresswoman Castor has also introduced legisla tion to tackle the systemic problems in combating tax fraud. Tax crimes and identity theft have become major issues in the Tampa Bay area in recent months. Last year law enforcement did a major raid last year, and a U. S. Postal Worker was robbed at gunpoint yesterday by a man reportedly saying he wanted the checks." The IRS has announced a pilot initiative largely at the urging of federal Congressional representatives and local law enforce ment that will aid law enforcement in investigating and prosecuting identity theft Castor's HR 3482 Tax Crimes and Identity Theft Prevention Act, is designed to rectify problems with existing laws and policies that prevent the IRS from sharing information with local law enforcement agencies when working on tax crime cases. An outdated tax code prevents law enforcement from putting away criminals caught with stolen tax refund checks, and the IRS can take too long to help victims of identitytheft. Castor's legislation updates the law, cuts bureaucratic red tape, authorizes assistance for tax crimes investigations and local law enforcement, and requires the IRS to aid and resolve taxpayer profiles within 90 days of a reported identity theft. Parents 0113 Children K .illed In Tranic Accident BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Wednesday morning the actions of an aggressive driver led to an accident on Interstate I-4. Two people who were the parents of 13 children, died According to the Florida Highway Patrol, the accident took place shortly after 6 a.m., on Interstate 4, at Alexander Street. Michael and Letara Bennett, 32, were driving their 2004 Envo y in the outside lane. An unidentified driver changed lanes from the out side to the inside lane In the process, the driver cut off Michael Bennett, 36 and caused him to lose control as he took e vasive action. Investigating o f ficers said Bennett ste e red onto the in si d e e m e r ge nc y lane ; the n over-corrected to the right. He s t ruck the l e ft s id e o f a 2007 H ino driver by Carlos Santos, 44, of Kis simmee Aft e r s t riki ng the ve hi cl e, the Bennett v e h i cle o v erturq e d ejecti ng both Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, and came to rest on its roof. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bennett died i n t h e ac cident. Santos wa s not in jure d A Tamp a nativ e Michael Bennett, 37, attended the public schools o f Hillsboroug h County He graduated from Jefferson High School. His daughter, Ms. Nicole Bennett, said her father moved to Lakeland after he married his wife about five years ago The couple had a blended family of 13 children ranging in age of 5 to 19 years old. He was the father of nine children and she was the mother of four children. Ms. Bennett said her father had been working at Coca Cola as a truck driver for the past two years. However, he did not have any life insurance and the family needs help with funeral arrangements. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments. Mrs. Letar, a Green Bennett was a native of Dade City and was working at the Waffle House, in Dade City at the time of her death. Middleton Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements for Mrs. Bennett. 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HOROSCOPES Taurus (April2o-May 20)Resist spending on momen tary pleasures. Authorities want persuasion. Old friends offer great new ideas. A technical friend is a big help, too. Reinforce compassion as a group goal. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Postpone travel for a few days. Impulsiveness could cause accidents. Clean up to avoid ar guments. In other words, slow down and be respectful. An op portunity for a raise opens. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Travel is better later in the day. A waterfront location is best. Any change in your direction could seem abrupt to others, although good friends understand. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Avoid a scheme that lacks soul. Have fun without spending money It's wise to be frugal. There may be cost overruns or other l,!nexpected expenses. Your friends are your inspiration. Vn-go (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Home is way nicer than trav eling today. Friends help you fix up your place. Exchange your trash for their treasures, and vice versa. Less is more. A pleasant surprise develops. Libra (Sept:--23-0ct. 22) Navigate your work with calm today. Losing your temper will only slow you down, and you have plenty of things to accomplish. Keep your eye on the goal. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Don't let go of what you need more of (unless you really want to give it away) Money plays an important role in today's scenario. Don't borrow or lend today Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)You're in charge (and you may as well let others know). Don't be afraid if you don't know how to manage it all. You'll figure it out. Be gentle with yourself and others. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Don't sweat the small stuff (even if you feel compelled). Don't get lost in some dark forest of your own making. You know the way out. Think about it. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Getting grounded and fo cused provides a definite improvement. Trust your imagination. Don't be afraid to take on new responsibilities. Stop and listen for what's next. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-There's no need to worry, as everything works out in the end. You can easily get yourself out of the trouble you get yourself into. New ideas begin to gel. Aries (March 21-April19) -Your dreams may be misleading at first. Focus on completing the tasks at hand, and then move to bigger and better things. Looking at things from a dif ferent perspective helps. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Steffy reveals to Stephanie that she had an epiphany about Liam; Bill interro gates Liam about what happened between him and Steffy in Col orado; Hope and Liam's discussion about their upcoming nuptials takes a surprising turn. Caroline stumbles upon a softer side of Rick when he attempts a daring feat; Hope asks Liam if his feelings for her have changed; Steffy has surprising news for her family. Caroline gains insight into the dynamics the Spencer family; Hope and Steffy have an awkward encounter during a family dinner; Brooke asks Ridge to design a wedding dress for Hope; Bill urges Liam to tell Hope the truth about Colorado. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -EJ defends his father to Roman; Shane and Roman reveal some upsetting information about the people at the safe house; EJ and Sami nearly kiss ; Will prepares to come out to Lucas; Lexie's family agree to help her with a few final requests EJ warns Stefano that he will pay for what he's done; Kate and Ian go on a romantic date; Stefano calls Agent Harmon and chews him out over the bomb. Brady focuses on making Basic Black a success; Chad comforts Gabi during a dif ficult time; Sami is filled with guilt; Victor grows determined to make Stefano pay; EJ and Stefano continue to sort out their new dynamic. GENERAL HOSPITALDante and McBain work together on an important case; Jason has an awkward moment; Michael makes a plea to Starr. Sam goes to General Hospital; betrayal resonates with two people in town; Sonny is unmoved by Kate. Port Charles collides with Uanview; Kate tries to win over Olivia; Felicia visits Mac. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -After an argument with Ashley, Tucker turns to another woman, while Nick and Phyllis face a medical crisis. Ashley is devastated by Tucker's betrayal, while Nikki interrupts Victor and Sharon's romantic evening. Jill and Genevieve's mutual dislike increases greatly, while Daniel makes a surprising decision about Daisy. Famlly member&; Mrs. Hannah Capers, Bishop L. Capers, Arneal.lemar, Patty, Gary and m Barry Capers, and Ms. Helen McKinsey were all guesrts at a local wedding. Ul
c a: u. c z c( c en w ::::) t-> a: w > w c w :a: en :J CD ::::) D.. z WILLIAM ANTHONY STEPHENS, JR. Enjoy your day, 5-9-95. Love, mom and dad. _, JEROME JACKSON _, ::::) CD Happy birthday, son. I uj miss you. Z Love, Pat. t= z w en c( c a: 0 _, u. Local Frederick A. Reddv, M. D. Memorial Award Presented To lightning_ Owner Frederick Reddy, M. D. (1951-2005) exemplified the belief of giving back to so ciety His dedication to the art of medicine, community serv ice, social justice, and the youth of the Tampa Bay Area are recognized and admired by the profession of medicine and all those who had the honor and privilege of know ing him. The award in his name was established in 2006. Longtime Tampa Bay Lightning season ticket holder and HCMA Secretary, Dr. David Lubin, nomi nated Jeff and Penny Vinik for the Frederick A. Reddy, M.D. Memorial Award Dr. Lubin witnessed the generosity and philanthropic efforts of the Viniks through the Lightning Foundation' s Community Hero program. During e ach 20112012 Tampa Bay Lightning home game, the Lightning Founda tion awarded $50,000 to a community hero who then in turn donated the award to his/her local charity. The community connection and support the Viniks demonFVI's Parent Workshop The Village of Excellence Academy, 8718 N. 46th St. will host a Parent Workshop to discuss how to stop sum mer learning loss. The work shop is Thursday, 10, 2012, 6p. m. For more information, call THE LATE DR. FRED REDDY strate is the essence of the Frederick A. Reddy, M. D. Memorial Award. Maisie Reddy, Dr. Reddy's widow and the first recipient to receive the award in his honor, presented the award to Bill Wickett, Tampa Bay Lightning's Exec utive Vice President of Com muni c ations, and Elizabeth Frazier, Tampa Bay Light ning s Vice President for Phi lanthropy and Community Initiatives on behalf of the Viniks and the Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation. (813) 988-8632 or (866) 2814678. Black Nurses Meeting The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Black Nurses Assoc1ation, Inc. will hold its monthly meeting on Satur day, May 12, 2012, 9 a. m. at the Tampa Police Dept. Sub Station, 3808 N. 22nd St. (33605). The meeting has been moved from its normal meet ing day of the 4th Saturday because of the event being held on May 19th at Williams Park. Saturda y 's agenda will focus on finalizing banquet business and Nurses Day in the Park to celebrate Nurse's Week. Members are encouraged to RSVP for breakfast and to be present and on time (813) 889-9104. Leota G. Young, Corre sponding Secretary Rosa McKinzy Cambridge, President. Our Milita Men & Women Two Armv Enlistees Complete Basic Training Two Army enlistees with ties to the bay area hav e complete basic combat training in the U.S. Arm y Both Army Private Kory Heard and Private Anthony E. Moore graduated during a ceremony at Fort Jackson in Columbia South Car olina. During nine weeks of training, the soldiers learned about the history of the Army, core values, physical fitness, and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare an bayonet training, among other subjects. They also learned about drills marching, rifle marksman ship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics and basic first aid. Private Heard is the son of Robert Heard, of Tampa, and a 2011 graduate of Leto High School. Private Moore is the son of Tony Moore, of Plant City, and Vera Moore, of Tampa. He graduated from Plant Ci High School in 2009. Two Air Force Enlistees Complete Basic Training Airman David M. Gibson and Airman Adreauna A. Melton recently graduated from basi c milita ry training. The graduation c e remon y took place at Lackland Air For ce B ase in San Antonio Texas. During their traini ng the a i rmen completed an inten s i v e eight-week program that included training in discipline physical fitness and basic warfar e principles an? The y also earned four credits toward an Assoc1ate m Apphed Science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Gibson is the son of David Gibson Jr., o Tampa. He graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2010. Airman Melton is the daughter of Robin Harris, o Tampa. She is also a 2009 graduate of Tampa Bay Technical High School. Two Complete Training At Fon Jackson Two Tampa Bay area residents have completed basic training at Fort Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina. Army Pvt. Antonio L. Saez and Army Reserve Pvt. Theodore T. Smart graduated from basic combat training. During the nine weeks of training, the soldiers studied the Army mission, core values, and physical fitness. They also re ceived instruction and practice in basic combat skills, milita weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and cer emony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, as well as other areas of training. Pvt. Saez is the son of Ramon Analy, of Tampa and a 2010 graduate of Leto High School. Pvt. Smart graduated in 2011 from H. B. Plant Htgh School. He is the son of Ann Smart, of Silver Spring MD and nephew of Kathy Smart. 11th & 12th Only II' Basic ManiclniPedicue Palaftln wax Basic .,_.. ...... l.-...... Nal EnhaiiCIIDIIII $10.00 Extra JJRAmiiihrnants will be served. This Package can't be beat Home of the $50.00 Sew-Ins cr&ut 4821 East Busch B lvd. Carli ta 813.448.4830 & Chanel 804.496.0913
Local Former Tampa Restoration Business Resident seeks Keeps Man B Commissioner's Seat usv i Sentinel Staff Writer Former Tampa resident Andre 'Lucky' White has announced his candidacy for the DeKalb County Commission District 5 Seat. White, who is a member o f a prominent Tampa family moved to Atlanta several years ago. In making the announcement White said, "Having lived i n the DeKalb County area for over 20 years, I am ready to bring my years of business experience to serve the people of this county ... "My campaign will seek to inspire a public conversation on critical issues and viable solutions that can work for everyone in the community -residents and businesses alike ." ANDRE WHITE ... Fonner Tampa Resident White's campaign motto is "Putting People First." Lucky is the son of M. Andre and Joyce White, formerly of Tampa, now liv ing in Atlanta. Genealogical Societv 01 Tampa To Host Workshop Topic: Preserving Our Lineage Through History The Afro American His torical & Genealogical Society of Tampa will hold their annual genealogy workshop, Saturday, May 12, 2012 at the John F. Germany Library 900 N. Ashle y Drive Tampa at 1:30 P. M. The featured speaker will be Seminole Tribe Storyteller Herbert R. Jim. Herbert R. Jim, Semi nole Tribe of Florida Historian and Storyteller was born in Ochopee, Florida and raised by his elders i n a vil lage where he was taught to live and abide b y his traditional way s Learning by the teaching of his elders through HERBERT JIM storytelling he learned to respect his elders and all of nature's living things. He is now serVing the Tampa Community in their Culture Department, where he not only s erves as a coor dinator but also a translator, a leader, a teacher and a great role model for the Seminole Community. He has appeared nationally on a variety of TV and Radio Broadcasts. 7 P M Wed. Sat 1 1 A.M. To 7 P M O.slgt'HH' Suits Dre$Ses JttWelry, Handbags www.annsf avoritebout i q u e .com Ml1her's oav Blow-Dill sale I n -Stock Inve ntory On l yll :-fieG".-s2so:s3oo-: :--R.e6:s37s:-ssso-: g : SLASHED T O : : SLASHED TO : 5 1&o it s115. s2oo l -------------------.....J :1 Kendith Broxton started his own com pany, Broxton and Broxton Contracting in Oc tober 2011. Growing up i n Vero Beach Florida Broxton worked with his father do i ng home reno vations. He worked with Scotty s for a while then later ventured out on his own. We started doing restorations for commercial and residential pr9jects, and from there into actual construction I've done home additions but with this company, I'm actually able to do more work. That gives me less overhead to worry about." Broxton said the upside of what he does is a plus, because a lot of people want renovations or makeovers. KENDITH BROXTON With the real estate market being what it is, instead of people buying another home, they are electing to renovate the one they live in. There's a huge market for it now. on their own is to make sure they have the knowledge of what to demolish before they start. I've been on projects where people have tried to do lhe demolition themselves and have created a hazard. I actually had a project on a church where a contractor had removed a load bearing wall. I had to go in and straighten that r"All of the DIY (Do It Yourself) shows on tel evision make it look easy but it does require some skill for he more technical jobs. For instance, laying tile looks easy, but you have to make sure the floor is level and that you re s preading the quick set properl y That takes an acquired skill." Broxton said he really enjoys what he does, 0 and asked God if He would allow him the opportunity to provide for his family. J> What I'd like to do is help the elderly, but I en also have to keep in mind I have a family to take care of. -4 I would like to find a way where I can partner with someone to help the elderly." rBroxton said he believes God will always m be his keeper. ? Broxton sai d among his b i gge s t projects was the reno v ation of a 3-sto ry church. "That project kept me busy for 8 months. I r ecentl y got a large contract to do an a s sist e d living facility. Aside from being a licensed contractor, r Broxton s aid he's a drummer b y nature, and a n arti st. Z M y goal i s to e v entuall y bring in all of m y M y advi ce to any on e w ho want s to reno v ate famil y m embe rs to be a part of the business. m r-... ,.,._.,.,. .... -7:11 .. .. ,._,, ... Mlh: 7:38AII-12:t0 Pll .... 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Local c Cancer Survivor Shares Storv 01 Faith And Hope U) In 1987, Patricia A. Penn Pierre said she could tn't get rid of a constant cough, and her husband told she should see a doctor. an examination, the ldcctcr told her she didn't a cold, but after examin-her breasts, she was reto a specialist where had a biopsy done. "I'll never forget that day. entire family was at the ldCict<>r' s office with me when told me I had breast cancer. "The doctor recom-mended treatments of chemotherapy for 6 months." Mrs. Pierre said first, she had to deal with the fear. She said she was traumatized, and asked God what she did wrong, and why her? Later I realized I wasn't > any better than anyone else. After a while, I became hum a: ble, and the fear went away. IL. "What caught me by sur-e was the doctor asking if he could pray with me. That 's when I realized God was in c control. I'm also blessed to ffi a husband who stood by :::J every step of the way. He twas my biggest supporter ft and my strength." Mrs. Pierre said this w past October, her husband C was diagnosed with a prob that required he undergo U) :J CD :::J ll. z t= w ...J ...J :::J CD ...J w z t= z w U) c( c a: 0 ...J IL. c:o w CJ I also have a 21-year-old gn:mclson who was diagnosed leukemia in July 2011. He was in a coma for 3 weeks, PATRICIA A. PENN PIERRE and it was through prayer that he's still with us. Today, he' s not on any medication, and he's doing great. Mrs. Pierre has written a book, "A Message Of Hope," that she hopes will in spire others who have cancer. I hope my book will serve as inspiration and strength, and help people understand they can erase all the fears if they just allow God to show them the way. "I thought I was the first in my family to get cancer, but I discovered later there had been others." Mrs. Pierre said she, her husband, and grandson are all survivors, and know it was through prayer and God's blessing that they are still with us. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at 9813) 248-0724, or emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. Allen Temple AME Church Welcomes New Pastor :R.everend Doctor David W. Green, Sr. has been ap pointed to lead the congrega tion at Allen Temple AME Church. Rev. Dr. Green, the youngest of 5, follows a family of pastors. As a matter of fact, one of his brothers, Rev. Dr. John F. Green, also pas tored at Allen Temple. Rev. Dr. Green, a native of Miami, is the son of the late Presiding Elder Henry and Mrs. Irene Green. He is a graduate of Morris Brown College and Turner Theological Seminary, Interdenomina tional Theological Center, both in Atlanta; and he holds the Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Sem inary in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Green's current min istry and achievements in clude: Director of Grief and Educational Services for the Hospice of the Nature Coast; Certified Hospice Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Training Provider; Professor of Religion Santa Fe College; Adjunct Professor, Asbury Theological Seminary, OrThe new pastor at Allen Temple AME Church, Rev. Dr. David Green, Sr., right, with his wife, Mrs. Kimberly Green and son, David, Jr. lando Campus; member, Gen eral Board, AME Church; member, Rotary Club; Chap lain, University of Florida Fighting Gator Foot bail Team; Life Member, NAACP; mem ber, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity and Master Mason Prince Hall Masonic family. Allen Temple parishioners united in large numbers with their pastor during his first outing as their pastor when the Tremendous Tampa District hosted the "Hold The Line Convo I" at St. James AME Church, Rev. Michael Price, host pastor Rev. Jimmy Thompson, Presid ing Elder. Rev. Green is married to Kimberly C. Green, Assis tant Athletic Director for Com pliance at the University of Florida They have one son, David, Jr. From BacQard Barbeaue To Booming Business BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer "Big Mike" Ramsay never dreamed chicken ribs and pulled pork would be a part of his future. But, when his long time management job folded, he turned to what he knew, barbeque. Mike is a North Carolina native who was drawn to Tampa in 1988 when his older brother, Shawn Lee moved here to play nose tackle for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He landed a job with Gulf Stream Flooring and Distribution and spent 13 years there in man until the company abruptly folded. "I was so comfortable in my job," he says. Mike needed another job, but he also needed to maintain his freedom. He'd grown accustomed to being in charge and making his own de cisions. As he worked to come up with a plan, he recalled the days he d spent barbequing in his backyard in the Timberlane subdivision in Town 'N Coun try. He remembered when the mailman would smell the food cooking and stop in for a bite to eat. "Our mailman, Joe would come in and get food and then tell my neighbors to come down, too." As a bonus, the neighbors brought cash. "It wasn't for sale, but people would pay for it, like $5 for a Mike Bellamy outside his food truck. rib sandwich." Mike thought maybe he could generate income by tak ing his barbeque show on the road. His first stop was the concession stand at Town 'N Country Little League games where his son played baseball. Once baseball season ended and football season began, the crowds got bigger and to Mike's surprise, the lines for his barbeque got longer. He felt he might have a hit and got the permits needed to set up shop on the corner of Sheldon Road and Flora Street. "At the time, we just had a table and a barbeque grill." Mike opened for business Spring 2009, initially working only Saturdays and Sundays; serving up to 150 people a weekend. His business has grown and he now works five days a week. He has since bought the property at the Sheldon Road location and runs the business out of a food truck now named Big Mike's Bar-b-Que. "The scariest part was won dering if we would make it and be able to pay our bills and make a living. Mike says those fears were put to rest when he turned a profit after only a year of" officially being in business. He's been married to his wife, Charlotte for 15 years and together they run the busi ness. Mike says his advice to young entrepreneurs is to re search your passion and just do it! "It's so satisfying when you know you have to go out and make a living for your family on your own. It's chal lenging, but it's fun." (Picture courtesy Ishmon Johnson)
-f Black Owned Construction Companv Happv With Growth i: DEMETRIUS JENKINS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Demetrius Jenkins, owner of CP Danner Construc tion, said in spite of the up and down nature of the real estate industry, since he started his company 8 years ago, business has really grown. Jenkins attended King High School and Hillsborough Community College, where he played basketball. He also helped his late mother, Carol Danner, and his grand mother at Carol's Diner on 29th Street. Jenkins said he always wanted to be his own boss. "I never considered getting into the restaurant business, although that's what my mother and grandmother did. I knew that a lot of successful f>.-CU News people began with real estate, so that's what I decided to get into. "Now, I own a lot of prop erties in East Tampa. and I have developed some of them, including the construction of three homes." Jenkins said he built his own home, and is fortunate to have made great decisions in the real estate business. "Since getting into real es tate and opening my own com pany, I've gotten great feedback, and I work very hard to make sure my product is quality, because more is al ways expected from Black business owners. "The market is very petitive now, and it doesn't help that we don't have a lot of Black-owned construction or roofing companies." Belhune-Coollmanlalles Interim President Daytona Beach -Dr. Larry R. Handfield, chairman of the Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) board of trustees, announced Friday the university has selected Dr. Edison Jackson as interim president, effective May 14, 2012. The university will host a reception on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, to introduce Dr. Jackson to the B-CU family and the community, at the B-CU Per forming Arts Center from s-7 p. m. The event is open to the public. Dr. Jackson most recently served as president of Medgar Evers College of the City Uni versity of New York for 20 years (one of the campuses of the City University of New York with approximately 5,700 stu dents). Dr. Jackson received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Howard Univer sity and his doctorate from Rutgers University. "I'm very pleased with the selection by the board of trustees," said current President Trudie Kibbe-Reed, who will retire May 13. "I have known Dr. Jackson as he served together, as college DR. EDISON .IACKSON presidents, on the National Association for Equal Opportu nity in Higher Education. Dr. Jackson is the perfect selection as interim president for the GREAT University because he is not only an educator and scholar, but also a person of faith." Speaking on behalf of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Larry Handfield said, "'We are so pleased that Dr. Jackson has agreed to serve as interim president because he brings a wealth of experience, a commitment to excellence and will uphold the legacy of our founder, Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune." Jenkins said he recently sold his family's restaurant to First Baptist Church of College Hill, and they are using it as a Youth Center. "What I'd really like to do is to do more to help our young people, especially the males. I'd love to be a mentor. "I have a son who has over come a lot to now be a pretty good football player at the University of South Florida. I also participate in the Great American Teach-In every year." Jenkins said he has personally designed some of his projects, and has a staff of 8 N people with his company. He g also said when he uses subN contractors on his projects, he tries to always use African American owned companies.
i :s >= C( Division Fire Chief Retires A r e tirement celebration to honor Fire Rescue Division W Chief Ron Shipp was held recently. F a mil y members, co w ork ers a nd friends joined him a t a Ybor C ity r es t auran t for c a: u.. c z c( c C/) th e lu n ch e on cel e bration. (Photos by BRUNSON) I J W Retired District Fire Chief Ron Shipp and his wife, Lena Shipp. ii: w > w c w :I: C/) ::::; m ::J 0.. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines Gold Crown (ReaQ Available *Patient Relaxation Meridien Research i s looking for volunteers with type 2 diabetes and hi g h cholesterol for a new diabetes research study t o tes t the safety and effectiveness of. two FDA approved medications. If you qualify, you will have study-related procedures, physical examinations and laboratory tests performed at no cost. Study medication and study-related care will be provided at n o charge. Chief of the Fire Dept. Tom Forward, right, was there to congratulate Division Chief Ron Shipp on his retirement after 31 years. Lonnie Benniefield and David Henenthaner were at the luncheon event Mecha and Greg were also there for the celebration. John and Rodger Shipp. Also at the luncheon were members of American Seniors, Keisha McGruder, Maritza Perez, Aurelia McGruder and Belinthia Berry. Also attending the retirement luncheon were Charles Brown, Capt. Jimmie Thomas, and Jose' Bibiloni. Sal Ingrassia, Eugene Shuler and Bryan Rodriguez helped Shipp to celebrate.
c Board 01 Countv Commissioners Present YU Awards To Local Students -Commissioner Sandra Murman, left, is shown with J'Nai Taylor, who received the "Leadership Award" and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis (Cheryl) Taylor. .Commissioner Kevin Beckner, left, is shown with Lauryn Thomas, who received the "Success Despite .D(fficult Odds Award" parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin (Shavon) Thomas. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County Board of Commis sioners presented awards to six students last Wednesday during their regular meeting. The students represented public and private schools in Hillsborough County. The students were honored with the YEA! (Youth Excellence and Achievement) Awards as a form of recognition for their contributions in the areas of academics, community service, athletics, performing arts, and conservation. Commissioners presented the "Volunteer or Community Service Award" to Katelyn Scott, of Tomlin Middle School and Gwendolyn "Gwena" Pitt, of Tampa Preparatory Three middle school and three high school re cipients were recognized in the areas of Leader ship, Success Despite Difficult Odds, and Volunteer or Community Service. Recipients of the "LeadershipAward"were J'Nai Taylor, of Giunta Middle School, and Jes sica Scanlon, of Chamberlain High School. "TT The Yea Award was created in 2010 to paytrib:::0 ute to young people who are striving to make a difference in their community. Throughout the year, the Commissioners prestn Lauryn Thomas, of Adams Middle School, and Gabriella Fortney, of Bloomingdale High School were the recipients of "Success Despite D(fficult Odds Award." m ent nine awards residents, organizations or associations. The awards recognize citizens for their Z contributions to their respective communities. m ccountirlg J Brewster Offers Campus Tours Every Tuesday At 10 a.m. J TABE Every Wednesday And Friday Morning. J Schedule: Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. This Expands The Traditional Role Of The Bo40kle881* Ariel Accounting Assistant ,"Jhe program provides the following: Methods Of Recording Transaction Double-Entry Accounting Principles ., Financial Statements Accounting Control Systems a:l c gJ z ., c a:l c;; ::::t m c m < m 2 m tn c )> z c ...... ......
N ; Youth LeadershiP Watson Havnes Assumes Chief Role To Host Awards Banquet At Pinellas Countv Urban league CJ) w ::::) tMRS. LAFE THOMAS Senior Youth Advisor, CDCofTampa Members of the CDC of Tampa s Youth Leadership Movement, in conjunction with T.E.E.N.S. Leadership Club of Middleton High School, will host their 2012 Graduating High School Seniors Awards Banquet The event will take place on Thursday, May 10th, from 6 C p.m. to 8 p.m. at Cyrus fE Green Recreation Complex, C 2101 E Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd. The theme for the event is "Lead By Example." en Mrs. Lafe Thomas, Sen ior Youth Advisor with the tCDC ofTampa,. Inc., Youth Leadership Movement said w the celebration is in honor of Gi the class of 2(>12 graduating C class. w She further that the Youth r.e adership Move mentis in. p;utilership with :::l T E E.N.S. Leadership Clubs of Middleton High School -and Bay T-echnical t:i High Schools. j "We are excited to cpme together for a rewarding _. evening to commend the W great accomplishments of these youth afid .their hard z work. as they set out to conw CJ) a: 0 ...1 &L Book Face Painting Arts Crofts Games Siorytellqa Prizes Popcorn Music and Morel lt'l AI Aballt ICidl 21 .............. tinue being leaders in their families and communities," Mrs. Thomas said. This year s graduates will visit the campuses of Florida International University, Saint Leo's University the University of South Florida, Howard University, Bethune-Cookman Univer. sity, Tallahassee Community College and Hillsborough Community College. The graduating seniors includes : Aaron Thomas, Adrian Johnson, Antoinnette Francis, Antonio Wingfield, Arius Welch, Brandi McGhee, Brandicia Taylor, Brianna Wigfall, Carissa Bryant, Carmietta Hart, CharmeD i>avis, Christie Christna Oscar, and Cierra Ball. Other graduates are Corey Freeman, Cruneshia Richardson, De()nta Flowers, Desarae Cox, Destine Spru ell, Dwayne Harris, Jasmine Cross, Jasmine Harrington, Johnathan Mingo, Katina Graham, Keione Davis, Kennisha Keaton, Kiana Jackson, Kimesha Hudson, Lourdeline Atus, Loruine Fleurant, Merita Canady,Nakiera Robinson, Travis Barlow, Terrisha Mann, and Willesha Gatewood. Mrs. Thomas stated that over the past 12 years, the Youth Leadership Program has helped more than soo teenagers to graduate from high school and attend college Historically, 90% of graduating seniors have attended college, she said. By Iris B. Holton, Sentinel City Editor. =..;; PtiMI I.,........ 0 0 N ..... U:J. CJ -... Reglslar online and gat a frae goodie bag! 'VA_.. 11!'"1'\ll ..... l""ffl -===.=:"' ST. PETERSBURG The Pinellas County Urban League's nationwide search for its next Chief Executive Officer concludes at its be ginning with a hometown hero whose deep roots stretch throughout the com munity, state and nation. Watson Haynes, anative of St. Petersburg is a popular public speaker, con sultant, and advocate for ed ucation. On May he assumed the role of President & CEO of the Pinellas County Urban League Haynes has more than three decades of leadership and administrative experi ence that includes several gubernatorial appointments and senior leadership posi tions. Most recently an Edu cation and Community Outreach Coordinator for St. Petersburg College, he has served as President & CEO of the Coalition for a Safe & WATSON HAYNES Drug Free St. Petersburg; Executive Director of Bridges to America, a family and substance abuse treatment center; and as an Exec utive Vice President at Operation PAR in St Peters burg. "Watson is the ideal leader to guide the Pinellas County Urban League through its next chapter," said Gail Simpson, PCUL Board Chair. The great strides that have been made in recent years in pursuit of our goal to build bridges for our community will be fu rther realized under Watson's leadership Haynes' selection follows a stringent and length y process that attracted many top tier candidates from within our local area and beyond "I am excited about this great opportunity to support our community in this new role," Haynes said. "I have long been an ardent supporter of the good and important work of the Pinellas County Urban League. Now in this professional capacity I look forward to building on that commitment to make a lasting impact for the peopl e we arehonored to serve. For more information, contact Gail Simpson, Chair, Board of Trustees, Pinellas County Urban League at (727) 580-8296. More Arrests Made In FAMU Hazing Death A. D. B. J. H S. J. R. L. GOLSON JACKSOff MCNAMEE BASKIN FINLEY TURNER BOYCE DEAN CODNEY TALLAHASSEE, FL" It was reported that one of the 11 Florida A&M University band members charged in the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion, was already facing c'Q.arges related to the hazing of another band member three weeks before champion 's death. Aaron Golson, 19, is one of three band members that police arrested December 12, 2011 in connection with the hazing of freshman clarinet player, Bria Hunter, as part of an initiation into a Marching 100 subgroup called theRed Dawg Order. Last week, Caleb Jackson, 23, Rikki Willis, 24, and Bryan Jones, 23, were charged. Authorities said now Golson, Benjamin McNamee, 21; Jessie Baskin, 20; Harold Finley, 20; Shawn Turner, 26; Ryan Dean, 21, .and LaSherry Codner, 20, were all charged. All of the members charged have bailed out of jail, with the ex ception of Jackson; who was denied bajl because of his violent history and be cause he violated the terms of his probatiqn. : 1. According to police, Golson took part in beating Hunter's legs so hard, her leg was fractured. Police said McNamee was one of at least six band members suspended last May 24t h following an incident at tbe same Orlando hotel where the band was staying when Champion died. Jackson was on probation for a 2009 felony battery charge for a fight at Tallahas see Community College Court documents show Jackson was in the enrollment services line with another student when the two cut in front of a third man. The men lobbed racial slurs and got into a fight out side. FlEE Pre-Qualfy Cllll ....... Credit O.K.I LOW Rates, FAST Service, BEST Deall Real Estate Pmblems Solved! FREE LIST OF HOMES! It's Time To Buy. Why Pay Rent? CALL NOW!
'Avengers' Smashes Record: aeasue Bon Cloonev Fundraiser To Irina $200.3 Million Debut Leaend Dead In $12M For Pres.Obama LOS ANGELES -Hulk, smash. That's what Captain America tells the Incredible Hulk to do in "The Avengers," and that's what the Marvel Comics hero match-up did at the box office, smashing the domes tic revenue record with a $200.3 million debut. It's by far the biggest opening ever, shooting past the previous record of $169.2 million for the debut of last year's "Harry Potter" finale. "The Avengers" added $151.5 million overseas over the weekend to bring its total to $441.5 million since it began opening internation ally a week earlier. Will In Dealing With Divorce Rumors: I'm Indestructible I' THESMITH FAMILY Sticks and stones, may break his bones, but divorce rumors are a non-issue as far as Will Smith is con cerned. The star of "Men 'In: Black I 3" sat dowp With Access Hollywoo z C ., c
rts c (J) w :::l 1Mavweather Jr. Earns Record Pavcheck For Win over cono Floyd Mayweather Jr., lands a punch against Miguel Cotto in the fourth round during a WBA super welterweight title fight, Saturday, May 5, 2012, in Las Vegas. C LAS VEGAS -Floyd If Mayweather Jr. used his c speed and accuracy to win a Z unanimous decision Saturday night over Miguel cr: Cotto in one of his toughest fights ever. W Mayweather dominated late, rocking Cotto in the > 12th round to pull out a win a: d b w an remam un eaten m 43 Gj fights. But it wasn't easy, with Mayweather getting w his nose bloodied and Cotto fighting until the :::i final bell. Mayweather won 0.. Cotto's 154-pound title in the fight, which two judges tij scored 117-111 and the third 118-110. ::> Dl ..J w z Mayweather Jr. Earns Record Payday For Cotto Fight i= z w Mayweather Jr. will tJJ make a minimum $32 mil lion for his fight with Cotto at the MGM Grand Garden. It is the largest guarantee payday for a boxer in histo ry Mayweather could walk away with $50 million The Nevada Athletic Commission confirmed that Mayweather has a mini mum of $32 million coming his way after Saturday's fight. Mayweather, who will also be taking home a share of the pay-per-view profits, said in an interview that he could walk away with more than $100 million. Forbes reports that the number will actually be around $46 million, which isn't too bad, considering that Mayweather will only be in the ring for a maximum of 36 minutes. So yeah, $1.25 million a minute is a pretty nice salary. The previous record for a guarantee payout belonged to Mike Tyson who was guaranteed $30 million for his fight against Evander Holyfield. Holyfield was guaranteed $11 million fight so the Tyson Vs. Holyfield is still a more expensive fight ($41 mil lion) since Cotto was only guaranteed $8 million. Unfortunately for he'll have to spend a few months in jail before he can truly enjoy his mega payday. Mayweather was sentenced to three months in jail in December, but a judge delayed his sentencing until after the Cotto fight. Cotto made $10 million for his efforts. Shanahan Names RGIII His Dav 1 StanerAher Rookie Minlcamp ROBERT GRIFFIN III At the end of the Washington Redskins' rookie mm1-camp on Sunday, head coach Mike Shanahan made it clear that Robert Griffin Ill, the Baylor quarterback selected second overall in the 2012 NFL draft, will be his starting quarterback from his first official profes sional snap. Shanahan watched Griffin in five practices over three days, and saw enough to put it as simply as possible: "He's the starter. Period. Ball For Ran.' Man Bush Reduced To$440,000 MATT BUSH A Charlotte County judge reduced the bail Thursday for Tampa Bay Rays minorleaguer Matt Bush from $1.015 million to $440,000. Bush was arrested in connection with a March 22 hit-and-run crash on U. S. 41 in Port Charlotte that seriously injured a motorcyclist. Bush faces seven charges, including driving under the influence and fleeing the scene of an acci dent Ba i l was set March 24, but Bush' s attorney, Russell Kirshy, argued that it should be lowered after reviewing similar cases in Charlotte County. Flovd Mavweather Withdraws Millions In Preparation For cono Fight Just in time for his bout against Miguel Cotto, Floyd Mayweather was seen withdrawing millions of dollars and then -in true Mayweather style -posing with it. If you know anything about "Money" Mayweather, then you know his latest antics are par for the course. On Friday, reporters caught Mayweather going in to a Las Vegas Bank of America. When he came out, he had $2 million in cash, and of course, he had to take a picture of it. Always his own best promoter, Mayweather took the photo before his weigh-in with Cotto. Shaq Gets His Doctoral Degree Retired NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal graduat ed Saturday with a doctoral degree in education from the Miami Shores University. His 7-foot-1 frame will don a red-and-black velvet gown as he joins 1 100 graduating students at the commencement ceremonies at the James L. Knight Center in Miami. Known simply as Shaq, he now can call himself Dr. O'Neal. For 4V2 years, the former Miami Heat center took 16 courses, completed 54 credit hours and carried a grade point average of 3.813, according to the university. SHAQUILLE O'NEAL The 40-year-old's exact degree is in Organizational Learning and Leadership, with a specialization in human resource develop ment. Terrell Suggs, Ravens linebacker, Tears Achilles Tendon OWINGS MILLS, Md. -Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs will have surgery for a partially torn Achilles tendon, an injury he insists will not keep him sidelined for the entire 2012 season The injury occurred in Arizona while Suggs was practicing for an upcoming conditioning t est, he said Thursday in a text message. Suggs initially thought it was a sprain but a doctor determined that it was a partial tear, h e sa id. The Ravens issued a TERRELL SUGGS statement last Thursday saying: We are in contact with Terrell. He will see a specialist early next week and we'll know more at that time.
Soorts .....----..,.....----------. '-"U I y UNUMI I ED 5 Seau Familv To Donate Junior's Brain To Research SAN DIEGO The family of former NFL star Junior Seau will donate his brain for research into repetitive head injuries. San Diego Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell said the family made the decision Thursday. "The Seau family really has, almost like Junior, a philanthropic approach, where they always desire to help others," Mitchell said in a phone interview Friday. "The purpose is not initially to discover anything about JUNIORSEAU their son and what led to these tragic circumstances, but rather the betterment of other people and athletes down the road through any. thing that can be "The ulti mate destination of the brain has not been firmly communicated at this time," Mitchell wrote in an earlier email. He said the family was not speculating as to whether concussions were a factor in Seau's suicide. Seau, a standout college and Chargers player, was found dead Wednesday at his Oceanside home. An autopsy concluded / he shot himself in the chest. N.Y. Post Writer: Brooklvn Nets Should Be Called 'New York Ni**Ers' New York Post columnist Phil Mushnick provoked outrage last week as he used a racial slur in an insensitive rant against the Brooklyn Nets and their co-owner rapperJay-Z. Opining that the team should consider changing their name to the 'New York Ni**ers' in what one can only assume is meant to be a dig at Jay-Z's use of the n-word in his lyrics, Mushnick argues that since the team has a new "urban" locale it should get the full" Jay-Z treatment." As the Nets are PillL MUSHNICK AndJAY-Z allowing to call their marketing shots -what a shock that he chose Black and white as the new team colors to stress, as the Nets explained, their new "urban" home why not have him apply the full Jay-Z treatment? Why the Brooklyn Nets, ,when they can be the New York N---s? The cheerleaders could be the Brooklyn B--hes or Hoes. Team logo? A 9 mm with hollow-tip shell casings strewn beneath. Wanna be Jay-Z hip? Then go all the way! Mushnick's comments have already fueled a firestorm on Twitter, with numerous commentators in the sports world calling for him to be fired by the Post immediately. Deion Sanders Mav Receive New Charge For April Scuffle With Pilar Since the scuffle between former NFL great neion Sanders and his estranged wife, Pilar last month, authorities are still attempting to sift through the hesaid, she-said in the case. Now Prosper, Texas, police are considering bringing a new charge against Deion for allegedly tampering with Pilar's phone -something they missed when they did the initial investigation, During last Thursday's cus tody hearing, Pilar's attorney Pete Schultz grilled the police officers who answered Deion's call to arrest his wife. Schultz wanted to know why the officers had failed to charge Deion with a criminal mischief or tampering with evidence charge once they discovered Pilar's dis carded phone. In response, Sgt. Bryan Golden testified that both he and his team weren't focused on the issue of the phone, "At the time, it was not some thing we were looking to make an arrest for." Truthfully, the latest phone issue appears to be but a minor detail within the back drop of the confrontation. On April 23 according to DEION SANDERS AND PILAR SANDERS an officer on the stand, after Pilar repeatedly kicked the door of Deion's room, Deion allegedly picked Pilar up and returned her to her side of the house, while she assaulted him. The officer testified that the ex-NFL star told him that he was in a kitchen area attached to his bedroom in his end of the house when Pilar Sanders began to kick at the kitchen door. He told the officer that his wife began slapping him, so he grabbed her by the waist and carried her from the bed room. He reported that when he got outside the bedroom, his wife and her friend, Dee Boswell began to hit him, Gardner testified. Boswell held a cellphone up to his face, but Snders said he knocked the phone away, Gardner said. The phone was later found out side, with its memory card nearby. It's what Deion did with the phone afterward that is at issue. While Deion did indeed tell police that he knocked the phone out of Boswell's hand, Pilar's attorneys want to know why her phone was smashed outside the residence and then discarded with the memory card, spurring the Collin County District Attorney's Office to review the new charge. After the incident, even though both were charged with simple assault charges, which are misdemeanors, Pilar got the raw end of the deal: She was arrested and had to spend a night in jail. The worst aspect of this case, though, is the tumultuous and combative atmos phere it has created for the children, ages 12, 10, and 8. According to the children s lawyer, Jeffery Shore, the kids not only need counsel ing, but are also struggling in school. HANNAH -Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, we bring you this week's beauty Unlimited feature, Hannah. Keep in mind, you may have seen her before, but you always want to see her again, so here she is. Hannah is very energetic when it comes to her personal life, and there never seems to be hours in the day for her. She enjoys posing for the camera, and spend ing time with friends and family. She also works very hard and is a true professional. 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BEN FOWLER 7/24/19914/17/2012 NECOJONES 8/20/1993-4/12/2012 Thank you to everyone for your support, cards, food, flowers and prayers. We're going to miss your smiles and laughs. From: your mom, stepdad, brothers, Tyrone and Shawn. We love you. National Q Pres. Obama Plunges Into Campaign, Tears Into Ramnev a: u.. Q z c( Q 0 w :::::) .... > a: w > w Q w :I: 0 ::::i m President Barack Obama speaks during a ceremony to wel come the University of Kentucky men's college INulketball team to the East Room of the White House in Washington. Friday, May 4, 2012, to celebrate their 2012 NCAA championship. COLUMBUS, Ohio-Plung z ing into his campaign for a i= new term, President Bal"ack Obama tore into Mitt Rom S ney on Saturday as a willing m and eager "rubber stamp" for ...1 conservative Republicans in Congress and an agenda to cut i= taxes for the rich, reduce ffi spending on education and 0 Medicare and enhance power c( that big banks and insurers 0 hold over consumers. But Pres. Obarna said his ...1 rival was merely doing the bid u.. ding of the conservative powerbrokers in Congress and has little understanding of the struggles of average Ameri cans. "Why else would he want to cut his own taxes while raising them for 18 million Ameri cans," Pres. Obama said of his multimillionaire opponent. The president's campaign chose Ohio State University and Virginia Commonwealth University for the back-to hack rallies. Pres. Obama won both states in his success ful race in 2008, although both have elected Republican governors since, and are ex pected to be hotly contested in the fall. National 93-Year-Oid Woman Will Be lead Plalntm In Case Against Voter II Viviette Applewhite is 93 years old and no longer has a birth certificate and is against voter ID cards. She has been vot ing for so years. Viviette Applewhite, a 93year-old African-American women from Philadelphia, will be the lead plaintiff in the NAACP and ACLU's case against the state's new voter ID law. The voter ID law will now require voters to show a valid driver's license or other forms of identification in order to be able to vote. Applewhite has been voting for so years and because of her age she no longer owns a birth certificate. Since she does not have a driver's license either, she will not be eligible to vote in the upcoming elections. She says that she has been voting since 1960 and she cast her first vote for President John F. Kennedy. lanlas21 Children With 11 Mothers DESMOND HATCHEIT Desmond Hatchett, 29, has almost two dozen children by 11 different women, unfortu nately his minimum wage job doesn't allow him to take care of them all. His 21 children range in age from newborn to 11 and Hatch ett holds court as the biggest deadbeat at the Knox County Juvenile Child Support Court in Tennessee. The state of Tennessee can't stop him from pro-creating, but they can make sure that he stays in jail or court unless he pays the mothers. Friday, Hatchett appeared 11 times to settle with about 15 of children, with nothing but a $400 check. He waited behind bars while a "child support referee" decided how to split the check between the women. By the time his check is gar nished monthly, some of the mothers get only $1.98 a month. Florida IIIDIPIIJIDIII eomaensaaon Being Reduced TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida's improving unem ployment rate may be good news for most people, but it will have a negative effect on many of the estimated 836,ooo workers who remain jobless That's because Florida no longer qualifies for federal ex tended benefits because of its lower jobless rate, which is likely to reduce state benefits as well. Those two factors are com pounded by the impending expiration of federal emergency unemployment compensation at the end of the year. Unless Congress extends the emergency benefits, the net effect could be a reduction in combined state and federal compensation, which once of fered up to 99 weeks of bene fits, to 20 weeks or less for Florida workers who lose their jobs in 2013 or beyond. Those currently drawing compensa tion or who apply before the end of this year are facing less drastic reductions. Black Man Catches lh-lnd-Run DriVer, Makes Him Surrender To con Benny Kirkland caught a drunk hit and run driver in Lancaster, New York after wit nessing him crash into 14-year old Bryce Buchholz while he was riding his bicycle home. The driver, Michael C. Et tipio of Lancaster, reportedly hit the teen after downing six beers. Ettipio was tracked down by Kirkland after fol lowing him to his driveway, putting him in his own car and taking him back to the scene of the fatal accident. Kirkland said he was determined to BENNY KIRKLAND bring Ettipio to justice. "I grabbed him by the back of his shirt and said: Let's go," ,Benny Kirkland, 40, said. "You're going to answer for what you did." Houston FamiiV Locked In Restaurant Far Nat TiPPing A Houston family opted out of the 17 percent gratuity added to their bill, and were locked inside of the restaurant for not coughing up the money. Jasmine Marks and her family were dining at the La Fisherman restaurant, and were unhappy with what they claim was bad service. Rather than covering the mandatory tip amount for parties of five or more, the group attempted to leave and were stopped by a worker before reaching the door. "She was like, 'You have an unsettled bill and ya'll can't leave until you pay it, Marks said. "We paid our bill for what we ate, we paid the bill." Un.JASMINE MARKS happy with their reasoning, the employee contacted the local police. "She said, "!'Qat's fine. If you don't want to pay the gra tuity we have HPD outside.'! asked the police officer twice, maybe three times, is it against the law if we don't pay the gra tuity and he never gave me a straight answer." Cops Wlllllot Face Charges II Shoodll Death 011e11elh Ch1r1a11 Sr. The police officers who killed a 68-year-old veteran will not face charges for his Kenneth Chamber lain, Sr. was shot in his White Plains, N.Y. apartment last No vember, after authorities stormed the "!nit. According to his family, Chamberlain was startled by the intrusion, and grabbed a knife for protection. They urged the District Attorney's office to take a further look into the case. However police pinned Chamberlain as the aggressor despite surveillance and audio footage from the scene showing them using racial epithets. The case has drawn comparisons to the murder of Trayvon Martin, which Chamberlain family lawyer Randolph McLaugh lin referenced in response to the news. "I guess it's easier to indict a vigilante in Florida than to get a cop indicted in this county. That's an out rage!" The grand jury's deci sion not to go forward with an indictment marks the second time in three years that a simi lar outcome has occurred. "We did everything we could and should do to put before that grand jury every piece of rele vant and admissible evidence," said Westchester County Dis trict Attorney Janet DiFiore.
Crime c Suspect Arrested Basketball Pregnant Woman Claims After Norlh TaDJpa bcesslve Force After Shooting Spree Hit With Stun Gun "' Tampa Police arrest ed a 21-yearold man Thursday night after he went on an alleged shooting spree in N o r t h Tampa. DEVIN BRYANT Police said Devin Bryant approached two people in front of the Fountain Bridge Apartments Thursday evening and fired several shots at them. No one was bit by a bullet. Police said at the same time the shots were being fired, Edmil Cuenca, 35, was pulling into the apartment complex to pick up his wife. As he tried to leave the com ple x, police said Bryant jumped into their vehicle armed with a gun and demanded he drive off. He also fired a round inside the vehicle. Police said at that time, Cuenca and his wife ran from their vehicle. Bryant also got out of the vehicle and ran to a nearby Stop & Pick Store at 1815 West Waters Avenue. Police said Bryant went into the store, took a canned drink and tried to leave the store without paying for it The store employee confront ed Bryant, arid he pulled out the gun, police said. The employee ran out of the store, and a second employee ran into the office. Bryant beat on the cash register and fired a shot into the register. Police said Bryant tried to leave the store, but was con fronted by the store employee outside the store. He report edly attacked the employee and pulled off his jacket. Bryant took the jacket and went back into the store where he put the jacket on with a skull cap, and was walking out of the store when he was confronted by patrol officers at gunpoint. Bryant surrendered and was arrested. When he was put into a police cruiser, he reportedly kicked out the rear passengers' door window. Bryant was charged with armed robbery, aggravated assault with a firearm, armed carjacking, and criminal mis chief. He is being held with out bond. WARDELL CHAMBERS Plant City High School Varsity Head Basketball Coach, Wardell Chambers, 42, was arrested Saturday night and charged with drunken driving. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that Chambers was seen weaving between lanes on U. S. 301 near Lake St. Charles Boulevard in Riverview. Chambers was hired as head basketball coach in 2008 and, within a year, took the team to state competition. He also teaches history. Angel Adams, the 39-year-old mother of 15 who made news because of her legal battles in 2010, was arrested late Tuesday and charged with battery on a law enforcement officer. In 2010, Adams was brought to the attention of everyone when she and her 15 children were evicted from an apartment, and moved into a small motel room. With the help of the Department of Children and Families, she was able to move into home large enough for her entire family. Adams, who is a-months pregnant with her 16 child, said an officer used a stun gun on her and endangered her life and the life of her unborn child. Police said Adams got into a scuffle with them after they came to her home to talk to one of her sons about rocks being thrown at another home in the neighborhood. He reportedly denied throw ing the rocks and ran from the police. Adams reportedly said the officers forced their way into her home. Adams alleges she was pushed by one of the officers, ANGELYULEEADAMS And ANGEL ADAMS and her 21-year-old daughter, also named Angel Adams, fought with police. Police reported that the female officer was at the door, went in to talk to the child, and at that point, he physically punched the officer, and that's when the struggle began. Spokesperson Andrea ., Davis said while the male b officer was struggling with :!! the boy, Angel Adams and C her daughter were fighting :I> with the female officer. D4vis said Adams and her z daughter took the female offi-::::! cer out of the house, leaving the male officer alone in the r home with four people and at I:D risk. ? Adams and her daughter r were both charged with battery on a law enforcement z officer. Both were released "tJ after posting bail. ; r-u; :r: m c m < m -t c: m en c )lo z c ., ;u c 1.800.289.3823 ...... G) m 1Rr1MIIIeesii11.1 &111111111M'..... IIICIIIIIII.... .....
Q a: &L Q z c( Q U) w w > w Q w :::z::: U) ::::i m Q. z j:: w ...J ...J m ...J w z j:: z w U) a: 0 ...J &L II 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 NOTICE 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 NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed aga i nst you and that you are required to serve a copy of your wr i tten defenses, i f any to i t on Myna M B urnett, whose address is 2109 East Flora Street. Tampa. Florida 33610, on or before May 29. 2012. and file the or i g i nal with Clerk of this Court at 800 E. Twiggs Street Room 1 01 Tampa F l orida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450, Tampa Flor i da 33601-4358 before service on Peti tioner o r i mmed i ately 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 may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice 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 documents and Information. Failure to comply can result In sanctions, Including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated : Aprll19. 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: CYNTHIA MENENDEZ DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: S$-P-Q209-0-2012/EM Purchase of Radios, SCADA Equipment For the Development Services Department Hillsborough County i ntends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for the purchase of Radios, SCADA Equipment to Blackburn Controls Incorporated in the amount of $89,979.00. This procurement is considered a sole spurce because Blackburn Controls Incorporated is the sole channel representative for this product in our geographical area according to the manufacturer, GE Digital Energy. Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convinc i ng techn i cal data sufficient to support their position. The Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement) must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on May 16 2012. After this date an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whethe r bona fide competition exists. Send written r esponses to the Hillsborough County Business & Support Serv i ces Department (Procurement), 601 E. Kennedy B lvd. County Center 18th Floor Tampa, Florida 33601, Attention Er i c S Meserve CPPB, or FAX to (813) 272 6290 For further infor mation call (813 ) 272-5790 NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: S$-P-Q213-Q-2012/CK PURCHASE OF CASSIDIAN ORION VELA MAPPING, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE For the 9-1-1 Agency Hillsborough County intends to recommend the award of a sole source purchase agreement for Vela Mapping product i nstallation and maintenance to Verizon Select Services, Inc. in the amount of $193,313 78 Th i s will be a five (5)-year contract. The Vela Mapp i ng product i s an i ntegrated applicat ion of the exi st ing Cassid ian 9 1 1 call taking platform w i th i n the 9 1 1 Public Safety System This product is comprised of un ique components 9-1-1 soft ware applications specif i c conf i gurations, and interfaces des i gned to integrate seamlessly w i th existing solutions County has pre-existing Verizon components with i n the H ill sborough County 9-1-1 Communications Call Centers. The 9-1-1 System, to include the call-taking equipment and periph eral applications, is an end-to-end Verizon solution. Verizon main tains all patented copyrights, source code programming and licens ing rights for use of this product within the System Contractors who believe they can meet or exceed the above stat ed requ i rement must provide convincing technical data sufficient to support their position The Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement) must receive replies to th i s notice not later close of business on May 15, 2012. After this cfat e ; an award w i ll be made Responses to this notice will be used to determ i ne whether bona fide competi tion exists Send wr i tten responses to the Hillsborough County Bus i ness & Support Serv i ces Department (Procurement), 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Cou n ty Center 18 t h Floor Tampa F l or ida 33601 Attent i on Christophe r C Ker sey or FAX to (813) 272 6290 For further i n f ormat ion call (813 ) 272-5 790. NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Hillsborough Community College is accepting submissions for the following: RFQ # 2606-12 Continuing Service Contract for Construction Management Services Due Date: 6-5-12 before 11 :00 a m. For more information, please visit our website at: http :/,.,._. hccfl edu/gwsc/admin-andflnanceldepartmentslpurchasing aspx and clicK on "Competitive Solicitations and then "Current Opportunities. Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes I I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage 10 business under the fictitious name of I Got That 2 located at P.O. Box U453, i n the County of Hillsborough, in the C i ty of Tampa. Florida i ntends to reg i ster the said name with the D i v i sion of Corporat i ons of the Flor ida Department of State Tallahassee Florida Dated at Tampa. Florida, this .8th day of May. 2012. 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II ,LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-CA..03073 DIVISION J WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., as Trustee for the Registered Holders of Credit Suisse First Boston Mortgage Securities Corp., Commercial Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2006-C3, (Plaintiff) vs. COREY LAKE ISLES PROFESSIONAL CENTER, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, EUGENE E. THOMASON afkJa GENE THOMASON, an individual, CROSS CREEK II MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida corporation, PAUL J. SIERRA CONSTRUCTION, INC., a Florida corporation, RICHARD GONZALEZ, an individual, R.L. GONZALEZ CONTRACTING, INC., a Florida corporation, UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION, and ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, Including all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose legal status is unknown, claiming under any of the above named or described Defendants, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the Final Judgment of Forec l osure dated 20 APRIL 2012. in the case of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., as Trustee for the Registered Holders of Credit Su is se First Boston Mortgage Securities COrp. Commercial Mortgage Pass-T hrough Certificates Series 2006-C3, Plaintiff v COREY LAKE ISLES PROFESSIONAL CENTER, LLC, a Delawar e limited l ia bility company et al. Case No.: 09-GA-03073, the undersigned Clerk of the Ci rcui t Court of Hillsborough County, Florida w ill on May 31.2012. at 10:00 a.m., at the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs Street 2nd F l oor Room 202 Tampa, FL 33602 offer for sale and sell at publ i c outcry to the highest bidder for cash the property situated in Volus i a County Florida described as follows : LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 1 A parcel of land lying in Section 9, Township 27 South Range 20 East Hillsborough County Florida be in g more part i cularly described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Section 9, thence S 89'40 E., along the South boundary of said Section 9 a distance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly r i ght of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and the intersect i on with a curve concave Northwes t erly hav ing a radius of 3300 00 and a delta angle of 24 '5r; thence Northeaster ly, a l ong and around sai d curve an arc distance of 1394 74 feet subtended by a chord of 1384 38 feet, bearing N 63 9 14 E., thence S 38007' 15 "E., a distance of 70.42 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, N 57"20 15 "E., a distance of 50 00 feet ; thence S 32"39 45"E., a distance of 200 00 feet ; thence S 57"20 '15"W., a distance of 50 00 feet ; thence N 32"39 45"W., a distance of 200 00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 3 A parcel of land lying in Sect ion 9 Township 27 South, Range 20 East H ills borough County Florida, being more part ic ularly described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of sai d Sect i on 9 thence S 89 45 40" E., along the South boundary of said Sect i on 9 a distance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and the in tersection with a curve concave Northwester ly hav ing a radius of 3300 00 and a delta angle of 28'21" ; thence Northeasterly, along and a r ound sai d curve an arc distance of 1638.93 feet subtended by a chord of 1622 14 feet bearing N .612 02 "E., thence S 42 21'38"E., a distance of 75 .46 feet ; to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, N 46"24 48 "E a distance of 142 00 feet ; thence S 43"35 12"E. a d i stance of 84 00 feet ; thence S 46"24 48"W., a d i stance of 142 00 feet ; thence N 43"35 12"W., a distance of 84 00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 4 A parcel of land lying i n Sect ion 9 Township 27 South, Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida, being more particu la r ly descr ibed as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Sect i o n 9 thence S 89 45 40 E., along the South boundary of said Sect i on 9 a d ista nce of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeaste rly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and the intersect i on w ith a curve concave Northweste r ly having a radi us of 3300 00 and a delta angle of 29"24 34"; thence Northeasterly along and around said curve an arc distance of 1693. 86 feet subtended by a chord of 1675 33 feet bearing N 61"23 26 E., thence S.438 '51"E., a distance of 188.79 feet ; to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING N.89'04"E a distance of 52 00 feet ; thence S .00' 56 "E., a distance of 85 00 feet ; thence S 89 08 48"W., a d i stance of 52 00 feet ; thence N 00 '5 6"W., a d i stance of 85 00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 5 A parcel of land l y ing in Sect ion 9 Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida, being more particular l y described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Section 9 thence S 89 40 "E., along the South boundary of said Section 9 a distance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of C r oss Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent po int on a curve; thence along sa i d Southeaster l y r i ght of way line Northeasterly, 1562 09 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest having a radius of 3300 00 feet a central angle of 27007'1r, and a chord distance of 1547 .54 feet, which bears N.62"32 04"E., thence leaving Southeasterly right of way line S .41' 35 "E., a distance of 192 80 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING S 89 40"E., a distance of 152. 03 feet; thence S 00014'20"W., a d i stance of 102 00 feet; thence N 89 40"W a distance of 152 03 feet; thence N 00 20 E a distance of 102. 00 feet ; to the POINT OF BEGINNING. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 6 A parcel of land ly ing i n Section 9 Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida, being more particularly described as follows : Commence s at the Southwest corner of said Section 9 thence S 89"45 40"E along the South boundary of said Section 9, a distance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent point on a curve ; thence along said Southeasterly right of way line Northeasterly, 1416 55 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest having a radius of 3300 00 feet, a central angle of 24 35'41", a chord distance of 1405 70 feet, which bears N 63'52"E.,' thence leaving said Southeasterly right of way line S 38"29'58"E a d i stance of 295.97 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, S 89"45 40"E., a distance of 200 00 feet ; thence S 00014'20"W., a distance of 50 00 feet ; thence N 89"45'40"W., a distance of 200 00 feet; thence N .00014' 20"E. a distance of 50.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LESS AND EXCEPT : A parcel of land lying in Section 9 Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida, being more particularly described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Section 9, thence S 89"45'40"E., along the South boundary of said Section 9 a distance of 756.48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent point on a curve ; thence along said Southeast right of way line, Northeasterly 1416.55 feet along the arc of a "urve concave to the Northwest, having a radius of 3300 00 feet," a central angle of 24"35 41" and a chord distance of 1405 70 feet ; which bears N 63"47'52"E thence leaving said Southeasterly right of way line S.38"29 58"E., a d i stance of 295 97 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING S 89"45 40"E., a distance of 47 50 feet ; thence S 00014'20"W., a distance of 50 00 feet; thence N.89"45 40"W a distance of 47 50 feet ; thence N.00014'20"E., a distance of 50 00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 7 A parcel of land lying in Section 9, Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows : Commences Southwest corner of said Section 9, thence S 89"45 40"E., along the South boundary of said Section 9, a distance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and the intersection with a curve concave Northeasterly, having a radius of 3300 00 feet, and a delta angle of 29"35 46"; thence Northeasterly, along and around said curve an arc distance of 1704 .61 feet subtended by a cord of 1685 72 feet, bearing N.61'50"E., thence S.43"30'03"E., a of 359.50 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, N.89"08'04"E. a distance of 52 00 feet ; thence S. 00051'56 E., a distance of 210 67 feet; thence S 89"08 04"W., a distance of 112.00 feet ; thence N 00051'56"W., a distance of 52.00 feet ; thence N.89"08'04"E. a distance of 31. 09 feet ; thence N.44"08 '11"E., a distance of 40 89 feet; thence N 00051'56"W., a distance of 129.76 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 9 A parcel of land ly i ng in Section 9 Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County, Florida, being more particularly described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Section 9 thence S 89"45 40"E., along the South boundary of said Section 9 a distance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent point on a curve ; thence along said Southeasterly right of way line Northeaster l y 1838 45 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest having a radius of 3300 00 feet a central angle of 31'12, and a chord of 1814 77 feet, which bears N 60"08 '0rE. ; thence l eav in g said right of way line, S 45 29 E., a d is tance of 209 30 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, N89"08'04 "E., a d istan ce of 50 00 feet; thence S .00'56"E., a d i stance of 200 00 feet; thence S.89"08 04"W., a distance of 50 00 feet; thence N 00 51'5 6"W., a distan.ce of 200 00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 10 A parcel of land lying in Section 9 Township 27 South, Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida being more part icul arly described as follows: Commences at the Southwest corner of sa i d Section 9 thence S 89 45 '40"E., along the South boundary of said Section 9 a d i stance of 756 48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Bou l evard and a non-tangent point on a curve ; thence along said Southeasterly right of way line Northeasterly 1984 .07 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest having a radius of 3300 .00 feet, a central angle of 34'53 and a chord of 1954 32 feet which bears N 58 16 E.; thence leaving said r i ght of way l i ne S .4821' 1 O "E., a distance of 63 98 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING N.89 08 '04" E a distance of 50.00 feet; thence S 00 51' 56 E a distance of 200.00 feet ; thence S 89"08'04"W., a distance of 50 00 feet ; thence N 00 56"W. a distance of 200.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING Together w ith the benefits the following easements : Easement Tract 1: All right title and interest in and to those certain easement created pursuant to the Master Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Cross Creek II recorded i n O .R. Book 7597 Page 825, together with the First Subsequent Amendment recorded in O .R. Book 7685 Page 1042, Second Subsequent Amendment recorded in O.R. Book 8383 Page 1813 Third Subsequent Amendment recorded in O .R. Book 7898, Page 1209, Fourth Subsequent Amendment recorded in O.R. Book 8176, Page 1035, and Fifth Subsequent Amendment recorded in O.R. Book 8193 Page 1829 all Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida Easement Tract 2: All right, title and interest in and to those certain easement created pursuant tp the Declaration of Covenants, Cond i t i ons and Restr i ctions of Cory Lake Is les Profess i onal Center recorded i n O R. Book 11778 Page 848, amended in 0. R. Book 11778, Page 879 of the Public Records of Hillsborough Coun!}t Florida ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABIUTIES. 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