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' Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area .. _j<. c::c c a: c ...I LL SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 77 TUESDAY MAY 15 2012 24 PAGES 75 CDC Board Appoints New President/CEO SEE PAGE 3 Pastor Ventures Into Rap Arena With Gospel Song SEE PAGE 9 Jurv Selection Begins In Man' s Murder Trial SEE PAGE 17 ROIREMENT LUNCHEON CELEBRATES 35 YEARS WITH DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Gail K. Reddick began her career with the Department of Corrections in May of 1977. Thirty-five years later she is going into retirement. On April 27, 2012, family, friends and colleagues and co-workers joined her at the Colonnade Restaurant for a Retirement Luncheon. She has a Bachelor's degree from the University of South Florida, graduated from Florida State University as a Certified Public Manager and on May 5, 2012, graduated from the Criminal Justice Master' s Program at the University of South Florida. Mrs. l.'il Reddick, center, is shown with Mike Jenkins, Caroly n Nwm, Yvette Allen, Flo Walker, Crystal Brown, Iris Reddick and Rhonda Hunt. (Photograph by Frederick Harris)


Features Jurv Acquits Teenager On AUemuted Murder Charge On a Friday afternoon in January the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Offic e re ceived a call pertaining to a shooting. When deputies a r rived at the location, they discovered a 21year old man was injured. During the investigation, police learned that Daniel Drake, 2i, had' asinglegun shot wound to the head. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital, where the bullet was surgically re moved. Drake recovered from his injury. As the investigation con tinued, police learned that Drake, 22, had been en gaged in an argument and physical confrontation with a juvenile known as Gerald Terrell Jones, who was 17. Jones was arrested a week after the shooting and charged with attempted sec ond-degree murder DANIEL DRAKE ... Shooting Victim After a week of testi mony, the jury ruled that Jones acted in self-defense. He was acquitted of the charges. However, he was sentenced to 364 days on trespassing on property and criminal mischief. During test i mony, nei ther Drake nor Jones would admit ownership of the gun. GERALD JONES Acquitted by jury Jones said Drake had pulled the gun, but he wres tled it away from him. Drake testified that Jones grabbed the marijuana and attempted to run without paying for it. The two men then fought for a second t i me. Jones said he was losing the fight and closed his eyes and pulled the The bullet hit Drake in the face. FamiiJ Still Needs Help With Funeral Exuenses Family members of Rashard Burr are thankful for the help the y'v e gotten so far. When Burr died last Tuesday morning from an al leged self-inflicted gunshot wound did not have arty life insurance, and the entire family was in a financial cri sis. Burr's sister, Cynthia Harrell, said everything started falling apart when their mother, Cynthia Burr, passed away a couple of years ago. "Our mother was the glue that held the family together. When she passed away, she left her house to all of us, but Rashard and our other brother, Rosevelt, were the onl y ones who actually lived there. RASHARD BURR Last week a jury listened as witnesses told of drug deals, rip offs and drug 1 sales. They learned that Jones was a customer who had intended to buy a half pound of "hydro" marijuana from Drake, who admitted rt to being a dealer. w Witnesses told police that both men got into a car to make the transaction An al tercation took place that eventually led to a physical confrontation, police said. Jones had initially at tempted to use the "stand your ground" as a defense. However, a judge ruled that the defense was not applica ble to this case. "It had been a struggl e since day one, and with the house in foreclosure, Rashard and Rosevelt were doing everything they could to keep from losing it. It got to be overwhelming for both of them, but they never gave up. Ms. Harrell said anyon e who wants to help with the funeral arrangements for Rashard Burr should con tact Harmon's Funeral Home at (813) 626-86oo. > w Q w :::r::: en ::::i m ":;) Q. z ..J ..J :::: m ..J w z c( Q a: 0 ..J &L Health And Wellness Awareness oav Planned On Saturday, May 19th the Tampa Hillsborough Action Plan will host a fair in recognition o f Pre v en tion Awareness Da y The e vent will take pl ace at 1500 E. Humphrey Stre e t from 1 2 noon until4 p .m. Th e week of Ma y 20 thr ough May 26th is desig nated as Health And Wellness National Pre v ention Week. The event is being held in conjunction with the national event, but is being called Prevention Awareness Da y Set i n an outdoor environment the health fair will featu r e li v e music an d memb e rs of the Tamp a Bay Ar e a Exhibitors will be on hand. The exhibits will feature educational literature literature about drugs, mental health, HIV /STI testing, and other health and wellness information The event is fre e and open to the publi c There will also be fre e food a n d events plann e d for all ages. An yone inte rested i n s ubmitting an exhibit must contact Ms. Lolita Emanuel-Brown at ( 8 1 3 ) 935-0308 by Wednesday, Ma y 17th or a t lo litae MAY 178, 2011 Don't Foa:get Your Loved O n e fla Thursday: 3 6 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. 5 p.m. Opening Speaker: Eugene Franklin President/CEO Florida Black Chamber of Commerce Director of the National Cultural Heritage Tourism Center Keynote Speaker: Dr. Eve lyn McLeod Bethune President/CEO of the Mary Mcleod Bethune lepcy Preservation Institute, Daytona Beach, Florida Special Event Speaker: Larry Ivory Chairman of the National Black Chamber of Commerce President/CEO of the Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce THEMEs Di s c over all of the Tampa Bay area "Gateway t o Florida" Conference Fe e : $100 per perso n Crown Plaza Tampa-Westshore 5303 W Kenn edy Blvd. Tampa. FL 3360 9 813-289-1950 Free Workshop Small Minority Businesses Website design and the use of soc:lal media tools for marketing Registration at: II


Murder Suspects To Appear In Coon Hillsborough County judges will make decisions in cases involving murders. Both cases made national headlines at the time of the offenses. The attorney representing Richard McTear, Jr., 24, has filed several motions in his first-degree murder case. McTear is accused of throw ing his girlfriend's 3-monthold son out of a car on the Interstate. McTear has been in jail since May 5, 2009. On Friday, a judge will DONTAE MOIUliS decide if Dontae Morris, 26, is competent to stand trial. Morris is accused of killing five people, two of RICHARD McTEAR, JR which were Tampa Police of ficers. He has been in jail since July 2, 2010. Help Needed In Locating Missing ElderlY Man POLK COUNTY The Polk County Sheriffs Office is issuing a Silver Alert for miss ing and endangered 73-year old Thomas McCall. Mr.McCallwaslastseen by a neighbor leaving his borne around 12:30 p. m. Sunday. He was driving his 2007 red Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck, with Florida Tag 038 NSD. The truck has a red bed cover and a tow pack age. Mr. McCall suffers from dementia, and is described as THOMAS MCCALL a Black male, 6'1" tall, and weighing 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing dark blue jeans, a flannel shirt, tan work boots, and a baseball cap. Mr. McCall was reported missing by his daughter after she made two visits to his home to check on him, and has been unable to locate him. If anyone sees Mr. McCall, please call any law enforcement agency immediately, or the Polk County Sheriffs Office at (863) 29862oo. CDC Board Appoints New President To lead Organization. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After several months of searching the Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc., has chosen its next leader. In the final analysis, the board selected one of its own. The announcement of Ernest Coney, Jr., as the President/CEO was made by Board Secretary Denese Meteye-James. Coney has been serving as interim CEO since Ms. Toni Watts re signed last year. Coney began his tenure with the CDC of Tampa in 2006 as the Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining the CDC, an organization his mother, Mrs. Chloe Coney created, he served as a Senior Actuarial Analyst, Director of Operations and Finance Ad ministrator for several na tional healthcare companies. Coney said, "This is an exciting time, as we have reached 20 years of service to the community. Over these 20 years, we have transERNFSI' CONEY, JR. Newly named CEO/President of the CDC of Tampa, Inc. formed from a volunteer led organization into a $5 million asset organization. "We have seen many changes to the community, including the development of Lake and N. 29lh Street, help ing more than 400 residents obtain employment, and sending more than soo youth to colleges across America," he said. A Tampa native, Coney is an honor graduate of Jeffer son High School. Following graduation in 1990, he earned his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth Col lege, in Hanover, New Hamp shire. Coney continued his ed ucation at the University of South Florida, where he earned a Master's Degree in Public Health Administration and he recently graduated from the University of Tampa with a Management Certifi cate for Non-Profits. During his tenure as In terim CEO, Coney led the CDC in leveraging more than $19 million dollars in joint venture projects, including real estate and program serv ice projects. Coney is married to Mrs. Anika Coney and the father of one daughter, Shelby. He is also a minister at the Spirit of Truth Min istries where his fatb.er, Ernest Coney, Sr., is the Senior Pastor. On Saturday, May 19th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p m., the community will have the op portunity to meet Coney at the Chloe Coney Urban En terprise Center, 1907 E. Hills borough Avenue. c Judge Denies Elderlv Man A 1< 'Stand Your Ground' Defense A Hillsborough County judge Monday ruled that an elderly man must stand trial in a shooting death. He is ac cused of killing his neighbor during an argument. The judge ruled the case must go to trial. Attorneys representing Trevor Dooley, 71, had attempted to use the Stand Your Ground law as a defense. Last week, an attorney re quested that charges be dis missed against his client in a manslaughter case. The man is using the "Stand Your Ground" law as his defense. TREVOR DOOLEY Will stand trial for murder as usual. The shooting took place in September 2010, at a park in Valrico According to the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office, Dooley and James became engaged in an argument at the Partridge Point Trail over .... Jll 1\) 0 .... 1\) Dooley's trial had begun in February, when his attor ney attempted to use the 2ooslaw as a defense. At that time, Hillsborough Circuit Judge Ashley Moody ordered both the defense and the prosecutor to submit their arguments in writing. a teenager riding his skateboard on the basketball Several witnesses have been listed to testify in the case. Dooley testified on his own behalf and the to-year old daughter of victim David James, who witnessed the shooting, also testified during that phase of the trial. Now that the Stand Your Ground law has been elimi nated, the trial will proceed IITIICCI court. Dooley is alleged to have turned and displayed the firearm, at which time James allegedly lunged at him. The two men struggled over the gun and both fell to the ground. The gun fired one bullet striking James in the chest. Dooley was arrested and charged with manslaughter. He has been free on bond since the shooting. FREE Professional Service Alert The Rorida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 F Loss Wages And Medcal Care ... Service and Help from the I'WIIIIinnllVI to the end, Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop (PIP lnstrclnce Needed) Don't be victinized twice for an accident that wasn't JOII' fUr Call Michelle B. 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('II 'P" an FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN thing different is illegal and (USPS 202-140) immoraL So divisive is this 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 issue until today it is a reliPublished Every Tuesday and Friday By 1 d 1' 1 d :IE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLET1N PUBUSHING Co., gious, SOcia an po ltica e>-' Member o1 National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) bate. For those so concerned York. from a religious standpoint, tn let me hip you to a fact. UJ POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: ::;, Rorlda Sentinel Bulletin, lfta S S Ill rl I b I There are churches, pastors 1P.O. Box 3383 Tempe, FL 331101 I... 8108 81 8r 118 8t8 and politicians that condone Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL same sex marriage. How do C. Blythe Anchws 1801 (1145) C. Jr. 1830-2010 (1877) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS II, PRESIDENT A1..USON WEU.S-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, QRCULAT10N MANAGER BETTY DAWKitS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFED MANAGER Stblcriptions.-.oo-6 Monlhs Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Bolh Editions. on edllodal pages ol thll MWIP8I* by CoUmists et Glal Yln. do not nec88lllllty reflect the edllcrial etenoe ol The Floridlls.ntlnllllullllln.,et the Publlher Druulbuse Treatment Instead 01 Prison For Drug onenders states regarding investing in treatment programs for C drug addicts instead of sentencing them to long prison sentences has taken a long time to arrive, at c least the judicial system is coming to grips with the fact that drug dependency is a mental health disease ...._ that needs treatment. c Finally, the powers-that-be have come to recognize tn that treating prisoners for the drug addictions is less w :: expensive and more effective than prison sentences. 1A growing number of states are beginning to reffi duce penalties for drug offenders, especially for users > and small-time traffickers. We are pleased that Florida is listed among the states that is changing its W philosophies and seeking to reduce the recidivism rates for drug offenders. Nationally, there are nearly :::l 2 million drug arrests each year. m :: Research data supports the changing trend by notc:L ing the fact that "drug offenders are less likely to re Z -WIoffend if they receive intensive community treatment ..J in lien of prison." As the current recession continues, ..J we believe more states will begin to move in the di:: m rection of treatment instead of prison. ..J w z w tn < c a: 0 ..J I.L Promise 01 Jobs Needed Now Have you ever wondered why politicians have all the answers for fixing what's wrong with America's economy and putting Americans back to work, but somehow are either unwilling to share or implement their ideas before they get elected? If the answers are so easy, then have you asked yourself why they don't put those ideas to work right now? Even though economists and some politicians are upbeat because of the 1% drop in unemployment, there are still an estimated 13 million unemployed Americans and nearly 3 million who have stopped looking for the jobs that aren't there. Sadly, 16 million unemployed Americans are struggling to keep roofs over their heads and food on their tables, assuming they are not homeless already. We believe Americans are more likely to vote for a candidate who has delivered on their promise of jobs "':t and an improved economy BEFORE electing them. So, politicians, let America bear and see the answers if you claim to have take place now. 0 ne of the ringing issues then leave it to God to deal you like those apples? In addiof today is the _topic of with the sinners. If homosextion, the trend appears to be same sex marnage. uality is a sin, God will deal moving toward favoring same Today, I have decided to with it and He doesn't need sex marriages. Like Presi-throw my two cents worth in our help. dent Baraek Obama, more on the subject. Some people contend that and more people are evolving First of all let me be clear, same sex couples are entitled on the issue. same sex marriage doesn't to the same rights and priviSeveral states have already mean a hoot to this writer. If leges as opposite sex couples. passed laws that have legalmen want to marry men or These folks further contend ized same sex marriage. The women want to marry women, that to deny them of $ese State of Florida is not one of then so be it. It is none of my rights is a civil violation. These them. business. folks call this violation of the There is a racial divide on Whydosupposedlystraight civil rights of same sex couthe same sex marriage issue. people worry about homosexples. While Blacks and whites can uals? Is it because of religious The crowd on the other side be found on both sides of the principles or is it because of of the coin vehemently denies issue, a larger percentage of hate? While I believe that it is this. They contend that marBlacks seem to oppose same a combination of both, what I riage between same sex cousex marriage. hear the most is that it is beples is not the same as This writer isn't for or cause of religious principles. marriage between opposite against same sex marriage. It But, why should that matter to sex couples and therefore they doesn't matter to me one way people? are not entitled to any rights. or the other I believe that if I have been told that the They define marriage as a same sex marriage is immoral, Bible advises us to judge thee union between one man and then that is between the same not. If homosexuality is a sin, one woman. They say anysex couple and their God. Cl8udene ColVin: Unknown Montaomerv, Al8blm8 CiVil Rights Protester Pioneer M any Americans, Black and white, believe that Rosa Parks was the first Black person to protest the Mont gomery, Alabama transit sys tem's practice of requiring Blacks to give up their seats to white patrons. While Rosa Parks was and is considered to be the "mother of the civil rights movement," Claudette Colvin, a 15-year-old high school student at the time, re fused to give up her seat to white people when the bus became crowded, March 2, 1955, nine months before Rosa Parks' protest. At the time Colvin was arrested for violation of the city's segregation ordinance, disorderly conduct, cursing, and assault and battery. The Booker T. Washington High School sophomore boarded the bus and took a seat with other female stu dents on their way home from school. When whites boarded the crowded bus, the driver ordered Colvin and three other Black passengers to get up and give their seats to the white patrons. Colvin and another student refused to move. Colvin was quoted as say ing she had recently studied "slavery fighters" during Negro History Week lind "The spirit of Harriet Tub man and Sojourner Truth was in me. I didn't get up." The bus driver notified the police and two police officers boarded the bus and ordered Colvin to give up her seat. Still refusing to move, Colvin was kicked, had her school books knocked from her arms, was handcuffed and taken to jail. The woman who had remained with Colvin ran away from the scene before police arrived. Because Colvin had been active in the Montgomery NAACP Youth Council and was being advised by Rosa Parks, NAACP secretary Black community leaders (in cluding Rosa Parks) raised money for Colvin's defense. The NAACP officials planned to use Colvin's experience for a test case in court and a bus boycott A number of circum stances caused Montgomery's Black leaders to debate and decide not to organize a bus boycott or use Colvin's expe rience as the test case. Among the issues debated were Colvin's age, her dark skin (thought to be an ineffective symbol of injustice), her ten dency towards outbursts and cursing, and an "illegitimate pregnancy." Reportedly, some histori ans have accused the Mont gomery Black leadership of being "predominantly middle class and uneasy with Colvin's lower class back ground Consequently, though many of the charges against Colvin were dropped, Colvin's protest was not well publicized and few Ameri cans knew about her. However, two months after the Montgomery Bus Boycott began, private attorneys Gray Nixon and Clifford Durr asked Colvin and three other Black women (Aurelia Browder, Susie McDonald, and Mary Smith), who had been mis treated by the bus system to become plaintiffs in a civil ac tion case that they could take to federal court and get a quicker decision on than a case filed with the state based on Rosa Parks' protest. Known as Browder v Gayle, the case resulted in a federal district court and U. S. Supreme Court striking down segregation on buses all over America in December 1956. In 1958, Colvin moved to New York where she worked as a nurse's assistant in a Catholic nursing home for 35 years. Colvin admired and respected Rosa Parks and believed that Parks was des tined to bring segregation to its knees in Montgomery A book poem, play and film have been written about Colvin's experience. Today Colvin lives in the New York Bronx with her sister. Now you know the whole truth. Harambee!


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Local FacebaaklnHiadleleads Ta Recard aanar IISIIIIdiiS In Florida This month began with Face book founder, Mark Zuckerberg, promoting his support of organ and tis sue donation and. announcing the new donor intent feature that appears on the popular social media web site. While the act of notating one's donation decision on a Facebook timeline doesn't in itself register an individ ual on the donor registry, it provides a link to a website leading to each state's donor registry so that registration can take place. Since Zuckerberg's announcement more than u,ooo Floridians have declared their donation wishes on www.DonateLifeFlorida or&. Five hundred and eighty two of those new registrants attributed their actions specifically to Face book. Today, Floridians are encouraged to continue this trend and take action to save lives. More than 114,000 people await the gift of a lifesaving transplant in the United States and 4,000 of those are our friends and neighbors in Florida. One organ donor can potentially save the lives of eight people, and improve the lives of dozens more through tissue donation. Donation, with the primary example of living kidney donation, occurs after death. People of all ages can choose to donate and help others in need and no finan cial burden will be placed on the donor's family. Visit Florida's organ and tissue donor registry, www.DonatellieFlorida.or& to further research the topic and declare your donation wishes. Then, post your decision on your Face book timeline and encourage friends and family to do the same. Nadonal Contarancaln. Pravananu Crime In The Black Communnv Stans WldllldiJ The 27th Annual National Conference On Preventing Crime in The Black Community will take place Wednesday, May 16th through Friday, May 18th. This year, Attorney General Pam Bondi will host the event at the Waterside Marriott, 700 S. Florida Avenue, in downtown Tampa. The Conference was launched in 1986 by the Florida Attorney General's Office. Its purpose was to showcase innovative ideas that encourage crime preven tion in the Black community. "This Conference is the perfect opportunity for law enforcement, local leaders, and members of the commu nity to work together to share new ideas and strategies to prevent crime in our commu nities," Attorney General Bondi said. The National Conference on Preventing Crime in the Black Community attendees include: law enforcement officers, state agency heads, county commissioners, mayand city commissioners, victim advocates, educators, community members, and church groups. The Conference provides workshops on topics such as violence and conflict resolu..: tion, the development of selfrespect and respecting others, approaches to problem solv ing, and social media. The Council on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys Program will hold two meet ings during the conference. It is one of the programs housed within the Attorney General's Office. The Council studies condi tions affecting Black men and boys, including homicide rates, arrest and incarcera tion rates, poverty, violence, drug abuse, death rates, dis parate annual income levels, school performance, and health. Some of the law enforcement officials and agencies participating in the confer ence include Chief Anthony Holloway, Clearwater Police Department; Sheriff David Gee, Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office; Chief Usa Womack, Lakeland Police Department; and Chief .Jane Castor, and MI\Jor Gerald Honeywell, Tampa Police Department. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri and Captain -Teresa Dioquino, Pinellas County Sheriffs Office; and Chief Chuck Harmon and Assistant Chief Cedric Gordon, of the St. Petersburg Police Department will also attend the conference. Others who will attend the conference include Darryl Daniels, Executive Director of the Derrick Brooks Charities Youth Programs, Nathaniel Ramsey, Coordinator of Operation Graduate, United Way of Tampa Bay, and Albert Coleman, Community Liaison Manager with Hillsborough County. Individuals can register dur ing the conference on loca.: tion. Additional information .is available online at: crime.com. Tired of driving, high gas prices, and the stress of congestion? Let HART get you to your destination. HART is a clear, clean and iflexpensive alternative to the automobile. HART has more than 20 Park-n-Ride lots and transfer centers. The concept _is easy. Park your car in the lots and take a HART bus. Even if you don't have a car, these centers service many of our routes. HART is hard at work serving our community with improvements including, our Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, located between North Central Avenue and North Seminole Avenue. In the HART Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, HART is doubling the number of. bus bays, adding public restroom facilities, and improving traffic circulation for better school bus drop-off. For more information on fares, routes, and how HART can make your life easier visit our web-site www.goHART.org, or call the HART information line: (813) 254-HART (4278). Ride HART. Be Smart.


Youth Concen Termed successtul C First Baptist Church of f3 College Hill, Rev. Dr. S. Evan Burrows, Senior Adventist Church, Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church, Greater Bethel Baptist, First Baptist Of Progress Village and First Baptist Church of College Hill, 2011 Hoodie Award finalist. (Photos courtesy of Ishmon Johnson) Pastor, was the site of a youth concert on Saturday, Mays, 2012. The youth choir consisted of youth members from Mt. Calvary Seventh-Day The Youth Pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill was in attendance: Rev. and Mrs. Christopher (Octavia) Jarnegan. c a: u. c z < > 5th Anniversary Celebration & Roast For PASTOR FITZGERALD HALL Saturday, May 19, 2012 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Tampa East Plaza Hotel (f.k .a. crown Plaza) 1 0221 Princess Palm Avenue Tampa, FL 3361 0 Adult Tickets: $25.00 Youth Tickets (up to 10 yrs. old): $13.00 Dr. Ernestine Glenn enjoyed the concert with her granddaughter, lyanna Bell K. J. Garmon and his little sister, Kaila Jarnegan. Guest soloist, Dana Lamar wowed the crowd during intermission. LaDonna and Alandrea (Alley) Lowrey. Theophilus "T. J." Nedd dances to the beat of the music at FBCCH Youth Choir Concert. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest (Victoria) Pinder, III also supported the youth. Mariah and Yuvette Roberts the concert. Beverly Bowden=Humbert and her daughter, Diamond enjoyed the concert. Wmdell Roberson gets the crowd pumped during Praise and Worship.


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------,2 ______________________________________________ Younuwoman Becomes Activist For Positive Changes BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Tia Young is no stranger to Tampa residents. From early childhood, she began singing and performed in more than 6oo functions. Her voice even took her to the Apollo in New York and she made an appearance on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show. Now, she s all grown up and ready to enter a new arena. Now an adult of 27, Ms. Young has launched a non profit organization. Known as "Positive Changing Faces," she said the organization is dedi cated to "promoting positivity in our youth and young adults in the Tampa Bay area. "The goal of this organiza tion is to give our young adults and youth a positive outlook on life, while giving them some di rection, someone to look up to, and growth development," Ms. Young said. She further stated that the organization will hold its first fundraiser in June. Pastor Rohan Robinson, of True Worship Center, Nenia Flemings, and Baqiah Sheffield are helping her to make the or ganization's first event a success. Ms. Young attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. After graduating from Blake High School, she at tended Tallahassee Commu-School News MS. TIA YOUNG ... Launches "Positive Changing Faces" nity College. She graduated from Florida A & M University and is currently a candidate of the Master's Program at the University of South Florida. "There have been many in fluential events that helped me to the next level as a child, in cluding the McKnight Achiever's Program, the Boys & Girls Clubs, and others." She also credits her mother, Ms. Elaine Smith, with guid ing her in the right direction. But she realizes that sometimes teenagers may need a little more guidance and that's why she created the organization. She said their first event will be a talent show featuring Tampa artists that include dancers, poets, singers, and rappers. "This is just the first fundraiser event. There will be many more to come," she said. BTW Spelling Bee Is Mav 18 BookerT. Washington Elementary School will hold its First Annual Speiling Bee Friday May 18, 2012, 3 p. m. in the school auditorium, 1407 Estelle St. Fifth grade students will compete for prizes in the activity, sponsored by the school and by the Robert W. Saunders Library Foundation, Inc. Parents And Children Together (PACT) Program. The public is invited to attend the event. Harvard Jolly Architecture and Inkwood Books are business sponsors for the spelling bee. Toynita Martinez is principal of B. T. Washington, Mary James is chairman of the PACT Progt:am and Fred Hearns is president of the R. W. Saunders library Foundation, Inc. Other committee members are Dr. John and Julie Hartman and Dr. Aaron Smith. Pastor Ventures Into New i: Irena With First Rap Song Pastor Cynthia Forde hadn't given any thought to using rap as a means of reaching peo ple. However, one day the idea took root and re sulted in her creating a rap Christian song. "I was listening to my son-in-law, Lo-Boy and my nephew, Fatty Dukes rapping. I saw how they rapped and I told them that I could do that if they were to ask me a question. I said the Lord would give me the words and it would be a hit, Pastor Forde said. It didn t happen right away, but Pastor Forde didn t abandon the idea. Then one day her son-in-law said he would do it. On March 27th, the two got together and the song, "Thank You" was born. "I got on the microphone and just started talking. It took 5 minutes to do." They finished the tape and released the song on itunes. Pastor Forde said it started at 370 on the hip-hop charts and went on to become #18 on the gospel charts. Now, the song is getting airtime all over the world. Pastor Forde then completed the video and her fan base began to grow rapidly. She went to Los Angeles to film part of the video. Tampa was also one of the locations where the filming took place. She credits Tampa native Jet Set Hudson with directing her to a man to complete the video. "God took a song and changed things right be fore Easter. I'm just amazed. The song tells about who Jesus is and it gave a brand new meaning to his life. He (Jesus) took a whipping for us." Pastor Forde said she hopes to go on tour and attend the BET and Hip Hop Awards shows next year. A Tampa native, Pastor Forde became a PASTOR. CYNTIIIA FORDE Released new rap song "71aank You" minister in 1995. Formerly of Zion Church of Ho liness, she graduated from Plant High School. Pastor Forde is the daughter of the late Tommie and Mable Ball, and is a product of Central Park Village. She is married to Elmore Forde, the mother of 4 children and the grandmother of 14. Pastor Forde said her role is to let people see Jesus as a way of life. She deseribes herself as a walking, talking, breathing church. "My whole purpose is helping people and let ting them know they can get a new life and only God can do it. There is nothing done God can't fix and nothing He can't change." City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) .248-19.21; or emailed at iholton@tlsentinel.com. May 14 through August 31 HART For more information, call HAR11nfo Une (813) 254-4278. TDD (813) 626-9158 or visit www.aotfART.ora ., r 0 ::D a ,.. U) m z :j z m r m c r r !!I z "a c m r u; :::1: m c m < m -t c: m U) c ,.. z c ., ::D c


N -0 N &6 ->;' < c C/) w ::: .... .. .... .... Local Middleton Class 011959 Meets At Local Restaurant Members of the Middleton High School Class of 1959 gath ered at Dee Serving Spoon Restaurant for a recent class meet ing. Gloridine MeN air is the Class President. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) Those who attended the Middleton High School Class of 1959 Chat and Chew at Dee Serving Spoon were: seated, left to right, Olivia Carmichael-Brown, Carolyn Miller, Ernestine c Glenn, Eloise Smith, Gloridine McNair and LaVerne Latson. ii: Standing, Carolyn Baker, Mary Staples, Brenda Thompson, U. Lillian Williams, Mary F1emmings and Gl oria Nelson. c z cc c C/) w ::: .... i: w > w c w :X: C/) :i r:D ::: a.. z ..J ..J ::: r:D Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (ReaO Available *Patient Relaxation Activist leads Enort To Create West Tampa Group BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer West Tampa Community Activist, Dwight Bolden said he's aware of the three major groups responsible for the welfare of the Old West Tampa community Those groups are the West River front Neighborhood Associa tion, Old West Tampa Neighborhood Association, and the West Tampa CDC. "I have confidence in all three of those organizations, but I'd like to see something where they can all come to gether under one umbrella," said B olden. The organization Bolden is trying to establish will be called the West Tampa Com munity Group, and will con sist of the leaders of the three previously mentioned organ izations, as well as clergy, business owners, and resi dents of West Tampa. "There are a lot of things going on in West Tampa right now, and we are being tar geted by a lot of people for a lot of different projects DWIGHT B OLDEN "I think it's only fair if everyone is represented when talks begin about redevelop ing this area, or the future de mise of the North Boulevard Homes Public Housing Com plex." Bolden said he understands he's not a business owner, but he is a lifelong resident of West Tampa, and received all of his early edu cation from schools in the area. "I attended Carver Ele mentary, E. E. Just Junior High School, and graduated from Howard W Blake High School. I grew up in the North Boulevard Homes complex, and it hurts for me to see what's happened to this area over the years. "I want to see West Tampa mean something to people again I want to see businesses opening up and hiring a lot of people. But none of this can happen un less we're all on the same page asking for the same things." Bolden is trying to arrange a meeting with the leaders of the three West Tampa organizations, and wants to include Tampa Housing Authority CEO, Jerome Ryans. We need to know where we stand, and what's in our future. We need to have a seat at the table for any dis cussions on what's going to happen in West Tampa. "I'm not campaigning to be the voice of the people or the business owners, but I am taking the lead to show every one how serious I am when it comes to representati o n." Food Pantrv Created For Those In Need B Y LEO N B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Cornelius Hamilto n loads his truck every Sunday to feed the homeless, he loads it with food he's prepared and bought himself. He says, it 's his mission to help those who need help the most. "God has put it in my heart to reach out to every one and offer a helping hand, especially during these trying times "You'd be surprised how many families out there are barely getting by, or who have children who g o t o sleep and wake up in the morning hungry. That's why I never refuse a meal to anyone at my barbecue business be cause they may not have the money to pay for it." As a leader in The Walk Church, Hamilton has been able to establish an outreach ministry for those in need, and has set up a food pantry full of items. "Families can come by the church from 8 a. m. until 3 p m., Monday through Sun day, and' we will give them a box o f f o od. We just ask that C ORNELIUS HAMILTON Big Bru" you come o nly once a week. "My plan is to give away a lot of free cl othing and other items this summer." Hamilton said he's met with some opposition from a representative at (another agency), but says that will not stop him from helping out. "I've been told that if I feed the people who are actu ally living at (this agency), the officials will have to ask them to leave. "I will meet with them to clarify everything, and let them know what I'm doing is appreciated, and I'm not try ing to get in the way of the services they are providing." Hamilto n said he's also made trips to the Good Samaritan on Florida Avenue and 26th Avenue "Right now, I'm working on a Gospel label, G.O.E. (God Over Everything), and I'm very passionate about the progress I'm having. With my background in the entertainment industry, I expect nothing but success, especially since I've surrounded myself with the right people." Hamilton said The Walk Church is located at 8619 North 40th Street (corner of 40th Street and Yukon), and everyone is invited to come and worship with them.


Local E:vents ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------m Conference Puts Fire Department Focus On Fathers Claims Victorv In 11 : BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer There's a new playbook on the table when it comes to fatherhood and ALL dads get to "Play in the Game." That's the theme of this year's Affirming Fatherhood Confer ence (AFC), sponsored by REACH UP, Incorporated. A.F.C. 2012 gets underway Wednesday, May 16 at the Double Tree Tampa Airport-Westshore. Dozens of fathers are expected to attend the event that includes guest speakers from across the country. "Fathers are often devalued," says Kenneth Scarborough, REACH UP's Male Involvement Coordinator. "African American fathers are often portrayed in a negative light in our communities and culture. However, there are a number of fathers doing it right." Organizers say the goal of the con ference is to give fatherhood a new and better look. According to Scarborough, "Fathers are often left out when services are being provided." He says, "Help is usually offered to moms and babies, but not fathers We want to make everyone aware of how essential fathers are to the family dy namic by offering tips and workshops on developing fathering skills." KENNETH SCARBO R OUGH The event runs through Friday, May 18th A limited number of scholarships are available. The conference kicks off 5:30 p. m. Wednesday and on that night, the event is free and open to the public. Participants are encouraged to dress comfortably and wear their favorite sports attire. Affirming Fatherhood Conference 2012 is co-sponsored by the Healthy Start Coalition of Hillsborough County and The Florida Chapter of the March of Dimes. REACHUP, Inc. is a community non profit organiza tion. For more information on A.F.C. 2012 or REACHUP, Inc. call (813) 712-6322 or visit reacbupincorpo rated.org. N Annual Badge Bowl For the past n i ne years, the Tampa Police Depart ment and the Tampa Fire Department have gone to battle on the football field. This year was no different as the heads of each depart ment encouraged his or her team on to victory. The competition was the IX Annual Badge Bowl, held a t t he Tampa B ay Forum on May sth. In the end, t he Tampa Fire De partment earned bragging rights until next year. Tampa Police Chie f J a n e Castor, l eft, is shown with The Annual Badge Bowl Tampa Fire Chief Thomas F orward at the IX Badge Bowl. is a fundraiser to benefit children diagnosed with cancer. This year, more than $10,000 was raised. The funds will be used for the support of families battling cancer during the healing and treatmen t process Anthony Al v a r e z, 15, is the Class President at Bloomingdale High School. He l ed t h e fire department to victory along with Coach Earnest Graham, who is a former Florida Gator and Tampa Bay Buccaneer. Aaron Kli ngebiel, 13, was on the other side of the field representing the Tampa Police Department. He worked in conjunction with Assistant Coac h Dave Wilson of the Storm. This victory was a repeat of last year ., for the Tampa Fire Department. Fire Chie f T o m Forwar d said, "The men and women of bo t h departmen t s are c committed to making our community the )> safest place to live, work, and play in a wholes o me fashion that we might play a Z part." :::! z City Editor Iris B. Holton can be m contac t e d a t (813) 248-1921; or r emailed a t jholton@jlsentineLcom. .. m -1 z 'lJ c til rYour Pathway To Success c;; ::1: m c ustomer Service m -1 c m en c Customer Service Specialist Students Will: )> z c ., Build Workplace Skills Needed For Success In Working With Customers.," Receive Computer Training Including Keyboarding, Data Entry, Microsoft Office Suite 2007 (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Internet Searches, E-mail And General Soft-Skills. Prepare Professional Resumes And Portfolios, Gain Interviewing SJsilla Apply For Positions Online. 1 Length: 300 Hours Cost: $1150.00 (Subject To Change) $ Requirements: Math-Reading-Language 9 *Financial Aid Available If ::D c G') m .... ....


.,.... Bills Sign Iince Young For1Year VINCE Y OUNG ORCHARD PARK, NY The Buffalo Bills have agreed to a one-year contract to sign free agent quarterback Vmce Young, providing them an established backup and a bona fide threat in their wildcat formations It is reported that the con tract is worth $2 million with 0 another $1 million available in playing-time bonuses. Listed at 6-foot-5 and 232 pounds, Young has a strong arm and also presents dual threat as a runner, a combi nation that has the potential of com p lementing head coach Chan Gailey's offensive attack. General manager Buddy Nix said the addition of Young will create more competition at the backup spot behind starter Ryan Fitzpatrick. Young will compete With returning back up Tyler Thigpen for the No. 2 position. Overall, he has a 31-19 record in so career starts, with 8,964 yards passing and 1,459 yards rushing. He's thrown for 46 touchdowns while throwing 51 intercep tions. He also has 12 touch downs rushing. LL 0 z c:( 0 LeBron Gets MIP, But Real IV wants A Ring LEBRON JAMES ..J Heat coach Erik Spoelstra congratulated i= LeBron James, an<;l told a ffi story about James arriving 0 to work first each day, c:( before ending with the idea 0 that more work was coming. He discussed being one of just eight players to win three MVP awards. He talked of the odds of making it here from the empty streets of Akron. He called his teammates to the stage to share his award in a nice touch. But when the question came of the Great White Whale still being out there as everyone knew the question would, as everyone understood it must, LeBron pointed over at the award and put the day in context. "This is not the award I want, he said. I want that championship. That's auto matic." In this manner, they'll even use this MVP award against him if the Heat doesn't win this spring. He averaged points 7.9 rebounds and 6.2 assists. He shot a career-high 53.1 percent. He led the league with a plus-474 points when on the court. Kvrlelnlna Picked As NBA RookleOI The Year KYRIE IRVING CLEVELAND Cleveland's smooth, play making point guard, Kyrie Irving has been chosen as the NBA's Rookie of theY ear. Irving's selection is hard ly a surprise the 20year-old led all.first-year players in scoring18.5 points per game -and renewed hope for Cleveland's franchise. He'll receive the aw:ard Tuesday l Irving is the second Cavaliers player to win the award, joining LeBron James i n 2004 Irving's is the final postseason award to be announced by the league. Irving recently treated himself to a postseason vaca tion in the Bahamas In June, he 's expected to play on the Cavs summer league team in Las Vegas and will be part of a U.S. Select Team which will train against the American Olympic team going to the London Games. Serena Humbles Azarenki To Win Madrid Open Tme SERENA WILLIAMS MADRID A fired-up Serena Williams' sent out a warning to the young pretenders o f women's tennis when she powered to a crush ing 6-1 6-3 victory over world number one Victoria Azarenka to win the Madrid Open on Sunday. The 30-year-old former number one seeded ninth at the premier clay event in the Spanish capital, extended her winning streak to 13 matches and looks to be coming into top form right on time for the Open starting later this m o nth. "I bel o ng o n a teqnis cou rt an d tha t's where I f eel amaz ing," s h e a d ded. Vilma's Anornev savs There Are Holes In NFL:sCiaim Claiming that the NFL has refused to provide a sin. gle piece of evidence" proving that linebacker Jonathan Vilma allegedly participated in a bounty program, Vilma's lawyer has submitted with the appeal of Vilma's one-year suspension a sweeping request for documents and other evidence regarding the claim. Peter Ginsberg's letter to Commissioner Roger Goodell seeks 17 categories of information. The request encompass es, amo n g other things, documents proving the existence of a bounty program (such notebooks, ledgers, etc.) documents showing that Vilma assisted in the establishment of the program, documents showing that Vilma "pledged" to make payments for "cartoffs and/or "knockouts" and/or injuries inflicted on opponents, documents proving that Vilma target ed" opponents in a way that JONATHAN VILMA violates NFL rules all witness statements, interview notes, recordings of inter views, and a full list of all witnesses who will present evidence at the appeal hear ing. If the NFL refuses to comply or provides only summaries of evidence without specifics by contending that the in-house appeal process isn't a fullblown legal proceeding, Vilma's eventual legal attack against the outcome of the arbitration could become stronger. Owens Changes Storv, savs He's Not Broke During his recent appear ance on Dr. Phil, receiver Terrell Owens said that he has squandered most of the $8o million he has earned while playing pro football Owens now says he did n 't squander $8o million Appearing on 790 The Zone in Atlanta, Owens said that he isn't broke, and that the suggestion that he lost $8o million was "s kewed. I'm not broke," Owens said. "My broke, for the normal person, is not their broke." "My circumstances have changed," Owens said. "That means I don't make the same amount of money that I used to make With my financial situation, people are asking how did I blow $60 million or $80 million? Those numbers are skewed. If you just kind of factor in the numbers of what I mad e and how many years I've played. Other than that, I don't know what else to say .... I'm not an TERRELL OWENS extravagant living-type person. I didn't blow my money. My money was stolen and mismanaged. He still wants to return to the NFL, but he stopped short of claiming that he has been blackballed. "To say I'm blackballed, that' s a strong topic, Owens said "I really don't want to take it the r ,e. My thing is just let me have an opportunity to go out on my own terms... I know I can still play. uThe V oice of Our C ommunity Speaking for Itself,,


TIGER WOODS After a rough start, Tiger Woods battled back on the inward nine Sunday to post a 1-over-par 73 in the final round of the THE PLAYERS Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Woods finished with a 72-hole score of 1-under 287. For the day, Woods hit nine of 18 greens and eight of 14 fairways in regulation, and used a week-low 27 putts. Unable to take care of the par ss recently, Woods birdied two of four on Sunday and played them in 7-under for the tournament. I just need to be a little more consistent," said Woods. "That's something I didn't do. I had a lot of irons into the par ss and didn't take care of them. Woods was also fooled by the wind "It's been tough for me to get a beat on this wind here," he said. I've struggled with it. It's hard to get any kind of momentum going when I hit a good shot and it ends up in a bad spot. That's been frustrating all week." Flovd Mavweather Jr. Does $94M In PPV FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. They don't call Floyd Mayweather Jr. "Money" for nothing. Mayweather's junior middleweight title victory aga inst Miguel Cotto on HBO PPV last Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas generated a whopping 1.5 million pay-per-view buys and $94 million in domestic pay-per-view revenue. The performance ranks as the second-highest grossing pay-per-view for a nonheavyweight fight in history. The 1.5 million figure for Mayweather-Cotto will grow once all of the numbers are accounte d for according to Golden Boy CEO Richard Schaefer, who promoted the fight with Mayweather Promotions. In nine HBO PPV main events, Mayweather has generated 9.6 million buys and $543 million in tel evis ion revenue, according to HBO. According to the Nevada State Athletic Commission, Mayweather-Cotto also had the ninth-bigge st gate in state history, generating $12,000,150 from 14,612 tickets so ld Usain Bolt Dumps Girlfriend USAIN BOLT AND LUBICA SWVAK Jamaican track star, Usain Bolt has been feeling the heat since he was pictured his, Slovakian girlfriend, Lubica Slovak in a local Jamaica newspaper. Yet, after being together for six months, the couple reportedly have called the relationship quits. Speculation is rampant that the real reason is a renewed romance with first love, Mixicann Evans, who was seen with Bolt's parents at a National Meet in Kingston, Jamaica. DA' QUAN BOWERS Tampa Bay defensive end Da'Quan Bowers has torn his right Achilles tendon during an offseason workout and will undergo surgery. The second-year pro out of Clemson was a secondround pick in the 2011 draft. He started six of his 16 games as a rookie, finish ing with 25 tackles. Bowers was injured at the team's practice facility on Thursday. Also, the Bucs announced undrafted college free agent quarterback Jordan Jefferson was released Barber To Plav Saletv RONDE BARBER The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are preparing to play veteran cornerback Ronde Barber at the safe ty position during the 2012 season. While it would depend partly on the availability of Aqib Talib, as the corner back has been indicted on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, moving Barber to safety could get the most of the veteran NFL cover man while also putting the Buccaneers' best secondary players on the field for the majority of snaps. Barber, who recently signed a oneyea r, $3 mil lion contract to return for a 16th season, has always expressed a willingness to move to safety DESERAE When it comes to Beauty Unlimited fea tures, the name, Deserae, brings a smile to your face with anticipation. This week's feature is very special, and worth returning by popular demand. Deserae enjoys model ing and posing for the camera. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family, and just being the center of atten tion. Deserae says she has big plans for her future, and sees nothing but success ahead. When it comes to the man in her life, Deserae said he must be handsome, strong, tall, educated, ambitious, and respectful. Congratulations to Deserae as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. ., r 0 :!! 0 l> CJ) m z :::! z m r CD c: r r m :::! z "tJ c: CD r en :::t m 0 m < m ..... c: m CJ) 0 l> z 0 ., :!! 81 3.841.9668 TENT FUMIGATION SPECIAL $100.00 OFI' ....... .; REGULAR PRICE PHONE: 813.841.9668 OR 727 .s 12.1 140 OFFER EXPIRES; JUNE 30,2012 .... w


JENNIFER HUDSON Last Friday, a Chicago jury convicted Jennifer Hudson's former brother inlaw of murdering her mother, brother and ?-year old nephew in what prosecu tors' described as an act of vengeance by a jilted hus band. Hudson, who expressed her undisguised disdain for William Balfour when she took the witness stand and who endured weeks of excruciating testimony about the October 2008 killings, was visibly over come with emotion as the verdic t was read. Hudson's eyes filled with tears and she shook her head and bit her lip. Afterward, she looked over at her sister, Julia Hudson, and smiled. Balfour, who faces a mandatory life prison sen tence, showed no emotion. Jurors deliberated for three days before reaching their verdict against Balfour, a 31-year-old former gang member who was the estranged husband of Hudson's sister at the time of the triple murders Public defender Amy Thompson said she would appeal the verdict. Pres. Obama-Georue Cloonev Event Raises Nearlv $15M c( c en w :::l .... fi: w > w c w :r; en ::::i r:a :::l D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::l r:a ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. PRES. OBAMA And GEORGE CLOONEY In an exclusive soiree at George Clooney's house, Pres. Barack Obama headlined a star-studded fundraiser that pumped nearly $15 million into his re-election effort, believed to be the largest one-night campaign haul ever. The dinner party took place one day after Pres. Obama announced his s up port for gay marriage, a pop ular issue with the Hollywood crowd and one that he highlighted. "Obviousl y we made some news," Pres. Obama said to applause "But the truth is it was a logical extens ion of what America is supposed to be It grew directly out of this difference in visions. Are we a country that in cludes everybody and gives everybody a shot and treats everybody fair l y and is that going to make us stronger? Are we welcoming to immigrants? Are we welcoming to people who aren't like us does that make us stronger? I believe it does. So that's what's at stake." The gathering was hosted by Dream Works Animation chief Jeffrey Katzenberg. About 150 people paid $40,000 each to attend. Wolfgang Puck cooked for the attendees, including Robert Downey, Jr., Diane Von Furstenberg, Trina Turk, Barbra Streisand, James Brolin, Tobey Maguire, Billy Crystal, Jack Black, Salma Hayek, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Rep. Howard L. Berman, D-CA. Pres. Obama joked that he had aged. 'J>eople have commented on the fact I've got gray hair now. There was a blog post about look how wrinkly Pres. Obama is getting. Sort of distre ssing George doesn't have to go through these things," the president said. Clooney interjected: "You look good to me!" Pres. Obama ended with a sober recognition that 2012 is far different from 2008. 813-626-7474 MOH-THURS 11 AM -10 FRI-SAT 11AM -12 SUN -ClOSED YOUNG JEEZY Last month, 'Young J eezy took a trip to P aris with his tour bus in tow. While in Paris, he made his way over to the W Hotel Opera, parties at Club Queen and hit t he stage at Le Rata clan. Whitnev To Be Honored Bv VH1 WHITNEY HOUSTON VH1 will honor Whitney Houston by paying her trib ute in their next installment of ''VH1 Divas". The performance will be taped in Los Angeles later this y ear. Houston's former musical director Rickey Minor will be the executive producer Hendrix Biopic With Andre 3000 Has Been Halted ANDRE3000 Amid the fervor that musi cian-actor Andre "Andre 3000" Benjamin of Out kast fame was cast to play the lead in the proposed Jimi Hendrix biopic, All Is By My Side, the family owned company Hendrix Experience who represents the late guitar virtuoso's business in ter ests, says they never granted the filmmak ers permission to proceed with production. As reported last Friday, the family's full statement was clear in their stance that not being involved with the film from Hollywood writer John Ridley may halt its production. Jay-Z is adding Cognac to his endorsement portfolio. Hova was on hand at a private event in NYC to in troduce D'usse, a new VSOP Cognac being launched b y Bacardi. D'usse (pronounced 'dew say') is being presented and situated as a competi tor to Hennessy. Bacardi's new Cognac doesn't launch until next month and will be available stateside in September. JAY-Z And D,USSE' RiRi Untollows Chris On Twiner Rihanna is rumored to be offended by Chris Brown's remix of the Kanye West song "Ther aflu" (a.k.a. ''Way Too Cold") in which he appears to bash her personal life. The remix contains lyrics such as "every ni**a in the industry done had her." The "We Found Love" Rihanna proceeded to unfol low Brown on Twitter. Shortly afterwards Brown RIHANNA tweeted "Assumptions, I did not say any names." Ex-'Basketball Wives Star, Reveals Show's Diniest Secret Basketball Wives of LA star, Tanya Young recently revealed the secrets behind the outrageous drama that often takes place on reality shows. Young admitted that she only wanted to show in ter esting aspects of her life and to bring attention to the na tional domestic violence bot line. Howe ver Hollywood had other ideas, and as soon as the camera rolled and fights broke out the producers TANYA YOUNG knew that the ratings would climb. Bevonce sued Bv Video Game Co. NEW YORK-A Manhat tan judge says a lawsuit by a video-game developer against Beyonce can go to trial. The decision was made by Justice Charles Ramos. The company, Gate Five, claims the superstar backed out of a $20 million deal for a game called "Starpower: Beyonce." The Grammy Award-win ning singer's lawyers con tend they were within their rights to opt out of the deal because Gate Five didn't have its financing in place. But the company says Beyonce knew it was ready to sign a contract with its finanBEYONCE KNOWLES cier on Dec 6, 2010 when she pulled out three days ear lier.


MRS. HATTIE MAE SNOWDEN A homegoing celebration for Mrs. Hattie Mae Snowden of Lakeland, FL, who sadly passed away on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, at 6:30 p. m., will be held at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 West Ball Street, Plant City, FL, 33563, on Wednesday, May t6, 2012, at tt a. m with the Pas tor, Reverend Dr. V. L Roy Liburd, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Peace Cemetery, Plant City,FL Mrs. Hattie Snowden was born on August 30, 1915, in High Springs, FL, to Mrs. Annie Lee King and Mr. J'im Hughes. Hattie attended Columbia County Public Schools before marrying her childhood sweetheart, Samuel Snow den, on May 14, 1938. Theyoungcou ple resided in St. Petersburg, FL, Plant City, FL, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, before settling in Lakeland, FL, where the couple re mained for more than 6o years. Shortly after their arrival in Lake land, FL, Hattie and Samuel joined the then Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, under the pastorate of the Reverend E. D. Burnett. Hattie remained a member for over 6o years. As a member she served faith. fully in the capacities as an Usher, a Sunday School Teacher and a Dea co ness. In addition, Hattie was a dedi cated wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Hattie was preceded in death by: her beloved husband, Samuel; mother, Annie Lee; father, J'itn; and children, Marion, Barbara, Samuel, Jr. and Jerry. She is survived by: daughters, FJJa Ruth Stevens and Annie Lee Perkins Hall, both of Philadelphia, Pennsyl vania, Yvonne Reece (Earnest) of McDonough, Georgia, Marjorie Mob ley (Andrew) of Tampa, and Mae Stewart (Russell) and Gail Snowden (Jessa), all of McDonough, Georgia; daughter-in-law, Ester Snowden; and sister-in-law, Julia Kitchen. Mrs. Hattie Snowden's legacy will live on through her family which con sists of 127 grandchildren, great grandchildren, great great grandchildren and great-great-great grandchildren. There will be viewing from 5 7 p. m., Tuesday, May 15 2012, at Mount Olive Baptist Church, 604 West Ball Street, Plant City FL, 33563. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Wednesday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJson-funeralbome.com IN MEMORIAM MRS. ANNIE MURLCOLE You are sadly missed mother, by your sons and fam ily. We love you. Everett-Derr &Anderson MRS. HAZEL H. EVERETT DERR A service of triumph for Mrs. Hazel Helen Everett Derr, of 2214 E. Cayuga Street, who passed away, May 11, 2012, will be held Thursday, May 17, 2012 at 1 p.m. at Greater Mt. Moriah P. B. Church, 1225 N. Ne braska Ave. Rev. Larry Sykes of St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church of Plant City, officiating. The inter ment will follow in the family plot at Memorial Park Cemetery. Hazel was born September 17, 1928, to the union of Wade Everett, Sr. and Viola Johnson Everett Jack son. She was united in holy matri mony to the late Andrew Joseph Derr and to their union was blessed with, Ronald, Brenda and Kenneth Derr. Earl Johnson was blessed to that union as well. At an early age, she became a member of Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church. Hazel began as a Family Atten dant with her brother, the late James AI Everett at Pughsley Fu neral Home and later continuing to serve at Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home. Left to cherish her memories are: children, Ronald J'. Derr (Kathy), Brenda R. McAllister (James), Ken neth R. Derr (Levorie), and Earl S. Johnson (Harriett); godchildren, Pastor Carolyn Riggins and Alphonso Ball (Ophelia); grandchil dren, LaPhon, Vanessa, Veronise, Kris, Ronneka, Kellen, Kersha, Ronald Derr, Jr. (Pam), LaTonya Brown, Brittany McAllister-Morris (Nick), Sean, Earl, Jr. and Mark Johnson, Talonya Singleton Derr, Pamela Alston, SaCondria Briggs, Kashanta Simmons and Jasmin Walker; great grandchildren, Mar cellas, Takelia, Lexus, Jaquan, Tyree, Charvanette, Andre, Jr., Amara, Ashley, Devin, Ronald, III (Jessica), Bianca, Sierra, Jeffery, Sean, Stevie, III, Rontavia, Zaria, Rondeisha, Cire, Anija, Devonte, Kamari, Kamiah, Camden, Ayan nah, Nyiah, Zykiah, Krystal, Do minique, Alissa, Sakari and Isiah; great-great grands, Dionte and De Andre; nieces and nephews, Mary Frances Boyd (Ernest), Mary Crock ett and family, Franchon Morgan (Darius) and daughter, Felicia Boyd, Brenda Robinson (Kenneth) and family, Carolyn Ball Pride, James and Leroy Tillman and fam ily, Norma Nelson and family, Nathania Mobley Bailey (Rick) and family, and Sybil Rose Goins and family; sisters-in-law, Mary Lee Avery and family, Frances Derr and family, Gladys Ball and family, and Charlie Mae Thomas and family; a host of cousins, some whom are, Tina Legree, Arlene Evans, the Proc tor family, the Harris family, Rosa Lee Shellman and family, Lillian Gardner and family, and the Derr families; a host of family friends, some whom are, the James, Gra ham, Teleferro, Sanders, Oglesby, Jones, Robinson, Tyson, Starlings, Lowe, and Tripp families, Everett Derr & Anderson Staff, Luella Garder and family, Strange family, and Hope Casallas and family; and a host of other relatives and friends. She will lie in state at Aikens Fu neral Home Wednesday, May 16, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Family and friends are requested to meet at the church at 12:30 p. m., Thursday. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME OLETHA WILLIAMS CAINES Sadly missed b y your family frie';lds and a special friend, DaVId. HAPPY BElATED MOTHER'S DAY MARGARET MCCARTHAN Missing you more each day! Happy belated Mother's Day. Brenda, a.k.a., Gail. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY JENNIFER JOHNSON Happy Mother's Day, Big Sis. From: your sis, Rachel, and the rest of the family. We love you girl. ANNETTE M. POOLE Sadly missed by grands, family and a very special friend, Dave. ANNA HOWARD T o the mother no one cai1 re pla ce. We love you and missed you this Mother' s Day. Love: Tiara, Quel, Des, Tosha and the boys. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JUANITA M. ROBY Wishing you a happy birthday, Momma! I love you much! From: your daughter, family and friends HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY MS. ILENE HUDSON 3/2/47-5/14/06 It's been 6 years since God called you home on Mother's Day There' s not a day that goes by and you're not thought of. We and love you dearly, Leanie. You may be gone, but you're never forgotten. Happy Mother's Day. Love, your children, grand children, family and friends. "11 r 0 :!! c > fJ) m z :::! z m r m c: r r z "'D c: m r c;; :X: m c m < m ?J -t c: m fJ) c > z c "11 JJ c ...... U'l


National .,; Florida Wile Gats 20 Years For Firing warning Shot MARISSA ALEXANDER pute with her husband. Alexander, 31, claimed she fired a shot from a hand gun into the wall to protect herself during a confronta tion with her husband, Rico Gray, 36. Two children were with him when she fired a shot in his direction, and she was charged with three counts of aggravated assault. Her attorneys claimed self defense and cited the state's Stand Your Ground law, Marissa Alexander, which gives people some prowhose case brought allegatection from prosecution for tions that Florida's Stand using potentially deadly force Your Ground law is being in cases in which they feel unfairly applied, was sen-their life is threatened. tenced to 20 years in prison But a jury agreed with last Friday after being conprosecutors that the law did-victed of three counts of n't apply because she left duraggravated assault after firing ing the argument, got a gun a warning shot during a dis-and returned to confront him. c a: &L c z c( c en George Zimmerman Has Received NeariV $500,000 In Online Donations w George Zimmer1man just might be W the luckiest [:i killer in C America. He nearly en GEORGE got off for :::::i ZIMMERMAN the shoot ing death of a. Trayvon Martin, gets to z spend the next few months i= out of prison while he awaits a trial date, and has received ..I more than $2oo,ooo in i donations over the last two _. weeks. W According to his lawyer, Z Mike O'Mara, who created a new website for w en c( c a: 0 ..J &L Zimmerman, nearly $50,000 of the funds raised will cover his living expenses, while the remammg $150,000 was turned over to an independent administra tor. This new number marks the second time that the 28-yearold has received loads of money from supporters. His now defunct website, TheRealGeorgeZimmerman. com brought in roughly the same amount in donations which he used to post $150,000 bond. In total the former neighborhood watch volunteer has raised nearly $500,000. 14&1 Tapa Park Plaza @ NebraSka Ave. & scan St. ..... .. ::"" .. : .. .. :::. :-::: :. w : ._ :: .. "': -: : ... ::: ':_:. :: :"'-, J"': ,:: Black Pastors ReJect Pres. Obama'sGav Marriage Stance PRES. BARACK OBAMA President Barack Obama didn't earn any Holy points with America's leading religious leaders when he announced via a pre-recorded interview with ABCs Robin Roberts that he supports gay marriage. Pastors and religious leaders expressed their disappointment in Pres. Obama's decision. The Rev. AI Sharpton is the only high-profile Black religious leader to come out and support Pres. Obama's announcement. FIMIMII IICidiWhll land Will Parlonn 11111 FAMU 'MARCHING too' BAND TALLAHASSEE, Fla.Members of Florida A&M University's famed Marching 100 band may soon know when they might perform again, six months after the hazing death of a drum major. FAMU President James Ammons is expected to discuss the band at a special meeting of the university board of trustees on either Friday or Monday, according to board member Torey Alston and a letter from Ammons. 'Stop The Drop' Tax Fraud Probe Nets 19Arrasts On Tuesday Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd announced the arrest of 19 people. The arrests were the result of an investigation by detectives with the Identity Theft Task Force. Detectives discovered 399 fraudulent identities and uncovered $475,995.66 fraudulently obtained from the IRS. Sheriff Judd said in a news release, These thieves are stealing identities from individuals: nursing home residents, dead people, and unsuspecting citizens. Ultimately, they are stealing all of us-federal taxpayersblind. They are shamelessly lying and filing false tax returns and the IRS is send ing them money, literally no questions asked." The arrests was a continua tion of a 2011 investigation that led police to Cathy L. McClain, a 41-year-old Licensed Practical Nurse. Ms. McClain and Derail Bess, 30, were arrested and charged with several crimes including: Identity Theft of over 30 victims, grand theft, and scheming to defraud. Ms. McClain worked as a LPN at an assisted living facility. She allegedly provided Bess with 83 identities that belonged to residents of the nursing home. Bess allegedly used 18 of the victims' identities to obtain $87,722.24 from the IRS. He was sentenced to 5 years in prison, 20 years probation and restitution. Ms. McClain is awaiting sentenc ing. In addition to Bess and McClain, detectives have arrested several others on charges ranging from identity theft, grand theft, forgery, and illegal use of a debit card. Others arrested are: Derek Rogers, 27, 2 counts criminal use of personal ID, and 1 count, illegal use of a debit card. He allegedly obtained $4,6oo.oo from the IRS and $2,ooo.oo in money orders was recovered. Geraldo Carvalho, 26, of Tampa, 2 counts identity theft, 6 counts grand theft, and 6 counts illegal use of a debit card. Darrell Williams, 39, of Tampa, 2 counts identity theft, 1 count grand theft, and 2 counts illegal use of a debit card Jacqueline Waters, 34, of Auburndale 14 counts identity theft, 2 counts illegal use of debit card, 1 count grand theft, and 1 count petit theft. Lavon Wilkinson, 22, of Lake Wales, 2 counts identity theft, 2 counts grand theft, 1 count illegal use of a debit card, and 1 count scheme to defraud. Wilkinson was sentenced to 5 years proba-tion, 30 days work release, 100 hours of community ser vice and restitution She was arrested on 9/9/11. Shonda Wilkinson, 24, of Lake Wales, 1 count identity theft, 1 count grand theft and 1 count illegal use of a debit card. She was sentenced to 5 years probation, 100 hours of community service and restitution. She was arrested again on Tuesday on new charges: identity theft over 30 victims, 1 count money laundering, 9 counts grand theft, and 1 count scheme to defraud. Willdnson was in possession of 81 identities that she obtained from 16 different subjects, police said. Forty-four of the victims were nursing home patients. Farrah Legrand, a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) employed at the nursing home allegedly supplied the information. Legrand was charged with identity theft over 30 victims, 1 count money laundering, 9 counts grand theft, and 1 count scheme to defraud. Legrand obtained $36,348.00 from the U.S. Treasury. Wilkinson obtained $36,348.00 from the U. S. Treasury with the identities. Maureen Turner, 40, of Lakeland, 1 count passing an altered instrument, 1 count forgery' and 1 count grand theft. Turner, who w(ls a-rrested on March 9th, allegedly attempted to cash an alte.red U. S. Treasury check. Derrick L Howell, 24, of Auburndale, 1 count scheme to defraud over $2o,ooo; 4 counts grand theft over $5,ooo.oo; and 1 count grand theft over $300.00. Howell is a Healthcare Management employee. He allowed $30, 377.75 in fraudulent funds to be deposited into his account. Keturah Ford, 21, of Lakeland, previously charged (3/29/12) with 1 count identity theft and 1 count grand theft over $300.00. She was arrested Tuesday on the fol lowing new charges: 5 counts identity theft; 1 count scheme to defraud a financial institution and 1 count grand theft (over $10,000). Fordworked as a bank teller. Since November 2011 she had cashed 43 fraudulently obtained tax checks, totaling approximately $118,307.11 from the IRS. Tiffany Manghram, 27, 1 count scheme to defraud over $2o,ooo; 1 count grand theft over $s,ooo.oo; and 3 counts grand theft over $300.00. Manghram utilized her personal bank account to allow $22,185.45 fraudulently obtained tax refunds to be deposited.


Crime Jurv Selection Begins For Man Accused 01 Murdering Mother 013 WANDA SMITH .. ... grandmother and moth er of three stabbed to death by boyfriend. Jury selection began Monday in the seconddegree murder trial of 53-year-old Kenneth Shivers. Shivers was arrested September 4, 2010 for the stabbing death of 48-yearold Wanda Smith, a mother of three and a grandmother. KENNETH SHIVERS ..... charged with seconddegree murder. Authorities said Smith was stabbed in her home in the 3900 block of East Chelsea. Family members rushed her to the hospital, but she died a short time later. Shivers, who was Smith's boyfriend, was arrested as he was leaving her home. SANDY ... You will be blessed 3, 11, 12, 19 if you are nice to people. 20, 21, 29, 31 Love goes a long way. 34, 42, 43, 51. lenuv Hashing CEO/President Woman Charged With Animal Crueltv LAFONDACALLOWAY According to Hillsborough County Animal Services, a 32-year-old woman has been cha rged with animal cruelty after injuring an 8-week-old puppy Authorities arrested Lafonda Calloway Friday and charged her with felony animal cruelty for inflicting pain, suffering, and injuries to a dog she named "Macho." She is being held without bail for a probation violation, according to arrest reports. Animal Services took the puppy from Calloway's home after allegations of cruelty were reported by her neighbors. Investigators found the puppy had a broken rib and head injuries. The dog is reported to be in guarded condition at Animal Services, but is alert and veterinarians are working to manage his pain and recovery. Man Held Without Bond For Burularv And Assaults Temple Terrace Police report that a 23-year-old man was arrested after a violent burglary and several assaults on Friday morning. Sydric Reynolds was charged with burglary, battery, battery with prior con victions, false imprisonment exploitation of the elderly, and resisting arrest without violence. Police said Reynolds approached an elderly woman at her residence around 10:15 a. m Friday, on the premise of doing some yard work. While in the resi dence, Reynolds allegedly forcibly held the victim against her will, threatening to kill her. Police said the woman's husband came out of the bedroom and was struck by Reynolds in the face. Another resident in the home entered the room to help and Reynolds fled. Police were called and given a description of Reynolds. An officer later spotted him and pursued him to the Broadmoor Apartments in the 4900 block of Busch SYDRIC REYNOLDS Boulevard. As more officers arrived, Reynolds reportedly jumped a fence and fled. Police chased him to a home ., where he forced his way r inside, armed himself with a knife, and battered the female c resident inside, police said. l> Reynolds then climbed m into the attic, claiming he was z armed with a handgun, police ::::! said. Officers formed a perimeter r around the house, and m c: Reynolds surrendered. A rsearch revealed no firearm. 1 Reynolds is being held without bond. Z "tJ c: m r-Cii :I: m c m < m ::JJ < -1 c: m en c )> z c "11 :::D c .. 1,111 .......... &111111111111'-lllll .. sllcelllllt-


N ,.. 0 N u; ,.. c a: u. c z c( c tn w ::;) ti w > w c w :::z::: tn :::::i m ::;) Q, z tu ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z t= z w tn C a: 0 ...J u. c:o 'I"'" 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 1#2, Apt 1#1423 Tampa, Fl 33613 YOU ARE NOTIFIED 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 on Myna M. Burnett, whose address is 2109 East Bora Street. Tampa. Florida 33610, on or before May 29. 2012. and file the original with Clerk of this Court, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Roolll101, Tampa, Florida 33602 or P .O. Box 3450 Tampa, Florida 33601-4358, before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fail 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 Cir:cuit Court's Office. You may review these 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: April19. 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: CYNTHIA MENENDEZ DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE II PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, seeks sealed bids from qualified b i dders for several built-up roof renovat i on projects, with project costs in the ranges listed below. Separate bid documents will 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 Floor of the Raymond 0. Shelton School Administrative Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602, until bid opening at the times indicated below. Construction fml.m Bid No. Designer Cost Range Site VIsit Bids Due Temple Terrace ES 0249FAC Weber & Tinnen P.A. $640 000 to 3:30p.m. 3:00p.m. $960,000 May 9, 2012 May 22,2012 Morgan Woods ES 0247FAC C. B. Goldsmith and $680,000 to 3:00p.m. 3:00p.m. Associates, Inc. $1,020,000 May 10,2012 May 23,2012 Bellamy ES 0246FAC C. B. Goldsmith and $640,000 to 3 : 00p.m. 3 : 00p.m. Associates, Inc. $960,000 May 11,2012 May 24,2012 HCPS will host a non-mandatory pre-bid conference addressing general requirements for all projects at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 9, 2012 at Temple Terrace Elementary School, 124 Flotto Avenue, Temple Terrace. Subsequently, prospective bidders will be afforded an opportunity for site visits according to schedules indicated in the table above. The bid documents identify specific requirements for b i d secur ity, surety bonds and insurance HCPS maintains general requirements applicable to all construction-related bids on the HCPS web site at http:/1168.254.1.35/documents/standards/index.htm. Bond and i nsurance requirements are detailed i n the HCPS contract (Davis-Bacon edit i on) available on the HCPS web s ite. As funding for these projects has been provided pursuant to The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA), contracts for these projects require compliance with the Davis-Bacon Act Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from the respective designers identified in the table above HCPS reserves the right to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder, to wa i ve any informality or irregularity in any bid, or to reject any and all bids received II Customer Service Representative Receptionist Needed No Experience Necessary Must Love Money Music And Fun Call (813) 374-8800 For Detailed Information THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN EllA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS EMPLOYMENT Traditional Musician Pay Is Negotiable Pleae Contact Pastor Or First Lady Hill At (813) 631-4507 Licensed Barber Needed For Busy Growing At Least 3 Years Experience Working In A Barbershop Clientele Not A Must (813) 919-4023 Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base High Pay-Outs Immediate Advancement Paid Training $24k$50k Start Immediately Basla McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 II


m en HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) ACCEPTING BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting bids/proposals in the month of May for : IFB-11530 Count. Room Renovations and IFB-11692 Furniture for 21st Ave Administrative Building Information pertaining to these solicitations will be available for down l oad through our webs ite at www goHART.org I Business Oppo rtuni t i es I Open Solicitations. Inquiries to any solicitations should be directed to the specific Contract Spec i alist listed on each open solicitation IN THE IR UIT URT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF ELIZABETH HIRST MARSHALL WILKINSON Deceased FILE NO.: 12 DIVISION: PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS The Administration of the Estate of Elizabeth Hirst Marshall Wilkinson, deceased, whose date of death was August 15, 2010, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is Post Office Box 1110, Tampa, Florida 33601. The names and addresses of the personal representative ahd the personal representative's attorney are set forth below All creditors of decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent s estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served most file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons claims or demands against the decedenfs estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECENDENrS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is: May 11.2012. Attorney For Personal Representative Elizabeth B. Glasgow Florida Bar 10470783 Farmer, Price, Hornsby & Weatherford, L.L.P. Post Office Drawer 2228, Dothan, Alabama 36302 Phone: (334) 793-2424 Fax (334) 793-6624 Personal Representative Katherine Elizabeth Wilkinson Jayton Acosta, Resident Agent 1801 North Highland Avenue Tampa, R 33602 Fc:ar r Th.-ES ._.I 1.-tl .-. """""-.... ,., _, < .. ,., ., "'---. r-eS -=--a.l:t c:a-.-.--NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accepting bids for the following: RFB # 2607-12 Bulk Mail Postage Due Date: June 6 2012 before 2 : 00 p .m For more information please vis it our website at: httpJ/www.hccfl edu/gwsc/admin-andand click on Competitive Solicitations and then "Current Oppo!'funities." 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