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_ FEATURES Mother Says Baby Not Abandoned BY ffiiS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Shortly before midnight on Thursday, Tampa police located 26-year-old Jajuana Broxton at her residence. And without_ much fanfare, she was placed under arrest and transported to 'the Hillsborough County _Jail. She was charged with child neglect-a felony. However, Ms. Broxton said that what appears on the surface is not the way things are in reality. She alleges that she left. her 8-Reginald Johnson, left, is shown with Ms. Jajuana Broxton and little Anthony Johnson. Reginald Johilson is shown in this photograph with Ms. Jajuana BroA1:on in the background month--old son, .Anthony Johnson,'-in the. custody of I'm going to see my children more than casual. his father. And, she said, this again. I don't think this is "She knows I have a giri. is not the first time she has fair. friend and we were just >-. left the child in his care. : "They are trying to make it friends. I don't know if I'm But on Thursday around look like I abandoned my the baby's father or. not. I 0: 6:30 p .m., police received a baby, but if I did; then why never signed a birth certifiu. =call about an infant being didn't I abandon the girls, cate and never had a pater left unattended on the top of too? The pepartment of nity test." c:r:: a vehicle. ';('he caller report. Children: .. and Families Ms. B-roxton said edly identified the child's haven't given me any infor-Johnson was even at the mother Ms. Broxton: She mation. They haven't given hospital when Anthony was was arrested at 11:45 p;m., me a case iluD,lber or any-born and that he had named ;:, jail records show. thing and I ask queshim. When asked if he'd been Broxton gave this tions, no seems to have at the hQspital, Johnson o f to th.e_ the ... : '"'' ... '. responded, "so, w.hatdoes Sentinel. ,.., :.. Ms. Broxton further stat-. that mean?" .. .. : w dropped my son o_ffto his that because she was .not Johnson said he wants c da_ d 4:?0 .p.m., and about the heanng, the paternity test. .. took-hm to hiS mother s she ,d1dn have a to Ms. BroXton srud she has .!Q He. went.back.to the te!l s1de of the story t,o already for a ..1 where he.had been and the Judge. Now, she doesn t t t te t b f J hn !! called the police a couple of even' have visitation rights pafemidyt st 'k u .t: 0 d stohn h h hildr re use o a e .1 an e D. later. ... ., WJt er c en. t fu d bl "Th 1 : "I' b hr h money was no re n a e. z e po went_ to _my ve een t. oug M p B d" k -h h d -th. 1' k th. d s. am on a, spo es-t-. mot ouse an came to any mg 1 e IS an 1t fi th H'll b h around p p.m.-J:.l,urts. It reallY_ hurts.to' have person or e 1 s ..1 The-.officer .asked, tWhere's people telling me when I can Cou_nty state .s i Ailthoiiy' andl-s_ aid with his CaJ?.'t-see my kids," she Office sald the case wlll be ..:. father/ Then she said crying ,,, ... reviewed once it reaches w their' office. "It does Omake z me. In an article printed in a j::: They took my two girls daily newspaper; Anthony more sense ifhe is the baby's Z and put them instate cus-Johnson reportedly denied father. But, she is the custo tody as w ell, I bonded that he's the baby's father dial. parent and she can't just tee( 5:30 friday'; but_ when contacted baby and off. e Iio me abqut a hear-by the Sef!-tinel, Johnson .-ThiS lS one of those cases a: ing at 7:30 .a.ni : that morn. -admitted. that his. relation-. is going to have to play g ing. Now,< don;t know wlien ship with Ms. Broxton was itself out in COUJ3t." u. N w ;. ,:_ .. CONGRATULATIONS: .. .. : 1 ._ : 2007 GRADUATES : 1:, c', .. \'V'Y. H igh "':'on9erful that ,deserves recogmtlc>.O. :;

FEATURES -f c m en c Tampan Receives Congressional Gold Medal )> "tJ l:J BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel Staff Writer Recently, Mrs. Clifford Bohler and her oldest son, George, attended a ceremo ny at the White House. The ceremony was to pay tribute to the Tuskegee Airmen. During the ceremony, President George W. Bush presented the Congressional Gold Medal to the original members of the Tuskegee Airmen. They were the first all-Black aviation unit in World War II. Mrs. Bohler. accepted the medal on behalf of her husband, Henry, who was unable to attend because of health reasons. Mrs. Bohler said she received the invitation about a month before the ceremony. Bohler currently resides in a nursing home in Wesley Chapel. Mrs. Bohler said her husband of 59 years b _ecame early last year. "He walked all the time and someone noticed he was staggering and brought him home. He had fallen a few weeks before. The doctors he had bleedipg HENRY BOHLER -... Received Congressional Gold Medal From President on the brain and he had to have surgery. He never recovered from the surgery. He can't talk and he's com-pletely helpless," Mrs. Bohler said. Mrs. Bohler said her husband, who turned 81 last Sen. Obama's Visit To Tampa Quickly Approaching. BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer Barack Obama will be making his first visit to Tampa on his quest to become the next president of the United States. The Illinois Senator will be in Tampa on. Sunday, Ap:dl 15th for two fundraising events. Sen. Obama, 45, will hold a meeting with a small group of big-dollar donors at the South Tainpa of Norm.a 'Jean Lyke's and Charlie Burr from noon to 1:30 p. m. He will then hold a public reception from 1: 30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Cuban Club, 2010 Republic De Cuba. in Ybor City. "We wanted to give every one in the Tampa Bay area SEN. BARACK OBAMA an opportunity to see Sen. Obama and offer their support to him," said Frank Sanchez, a member of Tampa Bay Friends of Obama Committee and Sen. Obama's local advisor. "I thinkpeople here have had an interest in him as a presidential candidate from afar off, but this will give people a chance to hear and see him up close. The more people see him and hear him, the more they support his campaign." Sen. Obama solidified his bid for the Democratic nomination last week, announcing he had raised $25 million for his campaign. Sen. Hillary Clinton, the assumed frontrunner for the Democratic presidential ticket, raised $26 million. Tickets for the event will range from $25 to $100 For more information, please call (813) 258-2224. S1.bscribe Today! u7ne Voice o.f Our Speaking .for ltse(l,_, Call: (813) 248-1921 June, is a native of Augusta. He was a student at Hampton University when he decided to join the Air Force. later retired from a local i= .... brewery. o Prior to his illness, Mrs. 1\l Bohler said her husband g Bohler was trained at Tuskegee with the other air men. However, Mrs. Bohler said the war was ending before his training was com. plete. He later returned to Hampton University, where he earned a degree in Trade Education. Bohler went on to become the first licensed African American Electrician in Tampa. He owned a business for several years and was in excellent health and walked every morning. He also loved photography. President Bush said recognizing the airmen who faced discrimination in their own country was overdue. During the ceremony, President Bush said, "They were fighting two wars. One was in Europe and the other took place in the hearts and minds of our citizens." Eric T. Taylor j ------------------------- CRIMINAL DEFENSE AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS EMINENT DOMAIN NEW LOCATION 320 W. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 720 259-4444 Former Asst. Attorney General for Florida Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon Before you decicde, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A Were You Hurt! Need A Good Doctor And Someone Who Will Properly Document Your Case! Need Your Car Fixed! Need A Ride To The Doctor! Friendly and Courteous Staff Members If You Answered YES To Any Of These Questions, Then You Need To Call Me Now -Having Been In Several Accidents Myself. I Know Just What To Do To Get The Best Results For Vou"'ll Before You Sign Up With Anyone Else, Call He. My Are FREE And Can Help Keep You From Making A Costly Mistake! Must be 21 years of age, have a credit card & a valid driver's license. while we do your work. Minimum $1,500.00 Estimate. Provided By: COREY'S CLASSIC PAIN'I" 6 BODY ....., ., ,... 0 l:J -en m z -4 z m r;m c: ,... ,..._ z "tJ c aJ ... ii5 :::c m c m < m -f c m en c )> z c ., l:J c


,.... 0 0 N EDITORIALS I COLUMNS 0 .,... ..J a: a. < FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Publishers Associat io n (NNPA} and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York w c w :::1: rn :J m :::;) a. z i= w .... .... :;:) m I m z i= z w rn < e a: 0 '..J u.. W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 C Blythe Andrews 1901 -19n (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONmOLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44.00-Per Year Bolh Editions : $87 .00-Per Year One Edition Opi n i ons expressed on ed i t oria l pages of this newspaper by COlumnists or Guest Writers, do not necessari l y r eflect the editorial stance o f The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the P ubllsher Community Based Training Centers ; ,he case for community-based training centers ; was made here in Tampa well over thirty years Community-based training centers are accessible to the young men and women most in need, those in poorer neighborhoods and place unemployed and welfare recipients in the workforce much more quickly! The trend began in the 60s -with the Tampa Urban League's U. S. funded Labor Education Advancement Program (LEAP). Black men (later to include women) were prepared for entry into the high wage labor union job in the construction trades. The League's most recent training was for computer word processors through the early 2000s. Central Park and Ybor City were the sites for the training, using both pubic and private funding. Our editorial board discussed the need for and of kinds. of training for young unem. ployed Black men in our community with newly-elected congressional representation Kathy Castor. Community-based training programs also place hundreds of workers into the job market a,nnually more quickly than school-based training programs. The League's training program offered entry hi the workforC!il after six to sixteen weeks of training, which normally would have taken up 18 months in a traditional classroom setting,and school schedule. Attacking poverty, crime, drugs and high school dropout rates in Black, Hispanic and poor neighborhoods require that fast-track and nontraditional approaches. be used to reach and teach young Black men and single' mothers. Therefore, we urge our state and congressional representatives to explore thefunding of neighborhood based training centers for fast-track training programs. They work and are sorely needed. Pass it on. Immigration And The Matter Of Colorl he recent return .of a boatload of Haitians to ,' '' :Haiti has once again raised the specter of in the United States' immigration policies. A local South Florida mayor pointed out the difference in the. way. Cuban and Haitian boat refugees are "treated. A report bythe National for. Immigration and Refuge Rights entitled, "From the Borderline to the Color-line; a report on anti-immigration racism in the United States," found "a disturbing pattern of racism against immigrants i s on the rise in the United States." Looking into areas such as work or housing, as well as recent incidents of hate and violence a survey found that _anti-immigrant racism places the lives and well-being of a growing number of immigrants in d .mger. The report also found that immigration in the United States faces growing discrimination ''because of the color of their skin, accent or national origin. Even more scary about .the report .is that p eople of color in the United States "who are perceived to like I Fundamentals -or Our American Democracy I (Series) e politics of this Democracy egin with govern mental structures on the local, state and national lev els. On the local levels we are introduced with the legislative powers and structures called City Council, County Commission, School Board and various components of judicial offices. Then, there are executive components defined in terms of City Manager and/or Mayor. There is also state government with its legislature, judicial and executive offices and components. It is safe to say that one does not comprehend 'or really understand his localized or state government if void of the aforementioned structures. In fact, it is the intent of this column to actually con-seems that more and ore celebrities have an incurable disease. It's called speaking what you think without taking the consequences into consideration The latest to fa ll victim of this incurable disease _is radio host Don Imus. Last Wednesday, he made the tragic error of referring to the Rutgers University women's basketball team as "nappy-l:iead e d hos" on his nationally syndicated radio show. Of course eight members of the team are Black women. Imus, who is the host of "lmus In The Morning," broadcasted the comments the day after Rutgers lost the f'J"CAA wom en's champi onship game the day before. During the show, he com mented, "That's some rough girls from Rutgers. Man, they got tattoos .... He was talking to duct these writing sessions until it is felt that the mis sion has been accomplished. It really bothers me to think of the current war in Iraq. It's commissioned under the assumption of creatinga democratic government, and AfricanAmericans have lived here in this land for 450 years, and this nation has failed miser ably in democratizing its for_ mer slaves. It has failed to bring or make the system work for Black people collec tively. It is most important that we all, especially African Americans, view leadership and Black representation from the consequence necessary for effectiveness. Representation in government for Black people must be more than just a personal social achievement. The political office for Blacks got to be for real. It must have Bernard McGuirk, the pro ducer, who chimed in, "Some hardcore hos." Then Imus countered, "That's some nappy-headed hos there, I'm going to tell you that." Now, he is trying to grace fu lly remove his f oot from his mouth. Someone needs to tell him that an apology now is -tantamount to closing the barn door after the horse has hauled butt down the road. Imus now claims to. be "embarrassed" about the comment. But in all likelihood, he is surprised that his comments brought about su"ch negative criticism; Chances are, if he'd gotten a rousting round o f applause, h e would have gone further and made other tasteless comments. specific goals in mind for the group of Americans who are so distinct, they have emerged out of 450 years of human bondage segregation and discrimination in this land. No other group of American citizens can claim or now suffer such a disadvantage. But the biggest tragedy is that Blacks have never been "reparated" for that injustice Of human bondage. Did you know that there was an import tax of $10 a head for every Black-person who entered this land under the banner of slavery? Government and American Democracy is serious business in this land to this very day. This is especially true for African Americans. Nowdo you know why we must comprehend what government and political offices are all about? (to be continued) It seems that the owners o f MSNBC cable station where the show airs, should take into consideration that everyone is not amused by racially directed comments. The station has said his com m ents were inappropr iate." Whatever that mea ns. And of course, some folks sucp as Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. AI Sharpton had comments. of their own to make. R ev. Sharpton called for his immediate t ermipation He also plans to file a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission. Rev. Jacksonis call ing for a nationwide bo ycott of the station. :f ;r : Obviously the r e i s nothing funny about the comments he made. Perhaps, he should try out Qis comedy act before But, since that didn't happen, now he's sorry and wants the world to know that h e 's "a good person who said a bad thing." _hegoes on the air. The n he wouldn' t have to ope n his mouth and insert both feet immigrants, are subject to double blows of racism." Clearly showing a pattern of racism in the application of U. S. immigration laws, the report concluded that hmwgrants from Africa, Asia the Caribbean and Latin Hispanic countries are most often detained, deported and denies legal status and protection. The report found immigrants are_ also targets of racial profiliJ?.g by law enforcement officials, often victims of hate crimes and suffer unequal treat-ment within our legal and criminal justice systems. Many supporters United States should review' its immigration policy for Haitian people, especially those who risk starvation and their lives for an opportunity to escape oppressiv e government regimes. We support such a review, .and so urge our Congressional representative to do so, Immigrants die daily to reach our shores for more than minimum wage jobs. It's calle d "Freedom!" Pass it -. on.


. COLUMNS -t c: m ...... The Sin Of Unforgiving! v Henry Lyons her bond, then what does _"_,, .u, ... 't win. Despite it mean when one says, is eloquence, "I'll forgive you, but I won't another minister turned forget you?" Walk with me out to be the better man. I a moment. Help me out know. That's water under here! I ask you, "Is it possithe bridge. But what ble to forgive and forget?" shall always remember is Every holy book in the what one of Rev. Lyons' world says it's possible. As conference members said a matter of fact, almost about him in retrospect. every scripture claims that He said, "I'll forgive him, if you don't forget, having but I won't forget him." first forgiven, then you Now, you might think I'm cannot enter the gates of crazy, but I don't know whatever Heaven awaits what he meant! you. As a matter of fact, How does one forgive the Christian Bible goes on and not forget? That seems to say the greatest power to be a play on words. on the face of the earth is Either that, or it's a faith. But if you have not sleight of hand against my forgiveness, faith won't common sense. Better to help you! Or is -the entire have said, in my mind, "I'll idea just so much nonlet you pass, but I won't sense? Is it possible for for forgive you," than to have mer slaves to forgive and used the words "forgive" forget the transgressions and "forget" as enemies of of their former slave maseach other.. ters? Is it possible for for-But we do that all the mer holocaust victims to time. We we forgive and forget the horMuslims, we Jews and rors of them who turned other denominations, are and gassed their loved quick to preach forgive-ones? Is it possible? Is it ness. But we're not so human? eager to follow up on it. In So, here we sit, stuck fact, saying, "I forgive you?' with Rev. Lyons. He has is one of the easiest things a friend out there, someto say in the world. Say it, where, who says, "I forgive "I FORGIVE YOU!" Say it you, but I can't forget you," in one breath. "I FORGIVE or from a lawyer's perspecYOU!" See-, I told you! tive, "I forgive you, within. Uttering those three words reason?" What if God fortakes little or no energy at gave us that way ... "within all. And that's why so reason?" Now, that's somemany people say thing to think about: "A it ... because, in the general reasonable Heaven and a scheme of things, IT reasonable Hell!" MEANS NpTHING! Do you remember the Aw, now don't get mad Amish community, and turn the page talking children were murdered about, "You don't know while attending school, Yes, you're .. 1 and the community gathdon't know you. But if ered together to say, we you're human and_ live on forgive our children's murthis earth, I see what you derer? They recently dp! I re13:d the papers; I rebuilt the school, with one watch television: I live They placed on it here with you and I know an iron door! Could it be that forgiveness, in the that they too had forgiven, midst of an unforgiving, but not forgotten? Is there sick and often slimy soei-anyone of us who would ety; is almost as arduous ask them why? Indeed, the rough side nobody's perfect. But God of Mt. Everest with bed-has given us free will. ro_om slippers on. Therefore, we must use it W,e }:lave a problem. And to temper our words! What it starts with what' we do I mean? Say what you th.ink and ,the words we; mean, and mean what you use. If a rr1an's word._and a say. Either or say woman's word are his. andnothing at all! War.ln The Middle East Is A Way Of Lifel (J) c )> "tJ JJ r ..... N 0 0 ) t is admirable that ; )there are people and .: 'nations in this world they just don't have anything else to do? That includes Iraq, Iran, ....., who seriously try to bring peace to the -Middle East. It is good, but it is a waste of time, money and energy. War in the Middle East is a way of life. There has always been and there always will be war in the Middle East. There was war before Christ came to this Earth, and there has been war since, and there always will be I have con cluded. Why is there always war in the Middle East? Is if because of the oil that is so prevalent in the region? Is it because there is such a var ied and cultural difference? Is it because these people are just militant, or is it because The time has come for the United States to take a seri ous look at the Middle East situation, and to determine whether or not this is indeed a fact. If the investigation reveals that this is truth, then we as a nation need to stay clear. Our involvement should be to keep a watchful eye to e-nsure that the fighting remains contained to the Middle East, and does not pose an actual threat to the United States. In other words, let them stay at home and fight until their hearts become content. We don't need to continue to waste our money, soldier's lives and our resources try ing to bring peace to a region that does not want peace. Syria, Afghanistan and other such nations. It brings us to the question: How much longer is the United States going to play big brother to the rest of the world? How much longer are we going to travel the globe being the peacekeepers of the world? I thought that was suppose to be the job of the United Nations. While we are spending billions globetrotting in the name of human rights, millions of American citizens are living third world lives right here in the shadows of this nation's Capitol. The United States needs to take a break from needless and senseless wars. Tl:re money and energy spent is needed here. Underfinanced Public Defender's Office At. Disadvantage of most an Americans been arrested is the lack of funds to hire an attorney. That means they are appointed an attorney through the Public Defender's Office. Consider the fact'that the investigate the allegations state has at its disposal an lodged against their clients. unlimited amount of investiThis imbalance has per gators and personnel to gath. sisted i:n the judicial system er information. However, the for decades, and it app 'ears it Public Defender's Office has will not change anytime neither the resources or the soon .. That's why African bodies to counter that. inmates spend so This is not an indictment much time in law libraries after they are .incarcerated, and find themselves defend-"TT r 0 JJ c )> (J) m z :::1 z m r I m c: r r m :::1 z "tJ c: m c (J) :::t m c m < m JJ. -< -t c: m (J) c )> It has been well documented the complaints defendants have about their representation by these court-appointed attorneys. Some think a lot of arrests would have either been thrown out completely O'l' those charged found not guilty if they had better resentation. against the Public Defender's Office, but to the state for the lack of proper funding to those departments so defendants will at least have a chance. ing themselves on or requests for retrials. "TT If the Public Defender's :!:! But, it's not all the fault of the Public Defender's Office. Most defendants repreby Public Defenders are asked to accept plea bar gains because the attorneys are overwhelmed with cases and don't have the time or manpower to thoroughly Office were given resources to conduct investigations and thoroughly reView case files, the playing field would be balanced. As it stands now, mo_st defendants who can't afford their own attorney don't' stand a chance. 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c a: LL. c z < c C/) w :::1 1-> a: w > w c w :::J: C/) ::::i m :::1 ll. z -I -I :::1 m .!. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 -I LL. Happy Birthday PLATINUM Come celebrate my birthday with me at the Club Mirage, Thursday, April 12. Call (813) 770-7363 for V.I:P -MR.AndMRS. ROBERT SMITH Best wishes on our 5th year of togetherness through thick and thin to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith. We also would like every o ne to know it will be offiCial as of May 12th, 2007, so good luck and congratulations. Happy birthda y Jaylen, we love you Nana, Granddaddy and KeKe. Deadline For MBV 2nd (NO EXCEPTIONS) Cost: SOC Per Word $10/$20 For Photo CHECKS PLEASE Visit Our Office At: 2207 E. 2111 Ave. For MO..e Info Call Betty @248 Selected 2007 Miss Teenage Tampa Luncheon Honoree honor Mrs. Demoris N. Rhodes, the 2007 Miss Teenage Tampa Luncheon Honoree. The Miss Teenage Tampa Honoree Luncheon is held each year as a precursor to the Miss Teenage Tampa Pageant that will be held this year on Sunday, April 22, 2007 at the Tampa Convention Center. Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. exemplified tremendous pride in honoring the enthusias tic, dedicated and vivacious woman whose commitment to service has been exemplified through over 50 years of service as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. As a retired Mathematics Professor of Hillsborough Community College, Mrs. Demoris Rhodes continues to be involved with her community by tutoring students in mathematics. MRS. DEMORIS N. RHODES She also serves as the President of the Tampa Chapter of Th.e Li.nks, Inc.; Evangelism Committee Chairperson and Financial Secretary for the Church of t h e Reconciler (Clearwater); and a Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church U S. A. On Saturday, March 24, 2007, family, friends, and members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., converged at the Tampa Westshore Marriott Hotel to celebrate and HARTline Offers New DoorTo-Door Service BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter HARTline's new door-to door service will be .called "HART Flex," and will be. a 30-month pilot service with a cost of $3 1 million. HART spokesperson, Jill Cappadoro, said 7 shuttle buses will be allocated for the service. "We did an assessment over the past couple of years with the community, and they said they wanted this kind of service. "We decided to focus the service in. the suburban areas of the county, specifically 5 communities: Town N Country, Carroll-June. wood/Citrus Park, Temple The service has no plans Terrace, Seffner, and 3 to cover inner-city areas areas in Brandon." because: HARTline. said .'V With the new service, they already have those you can call for pick up and areas covered with their drop off, and the service local bus routes. will work out as far as a All of the buses will-be week and as sort as 3 hours accessible for people who from the desired time. use wheelchairs and those "The areas selected who ride bicycles. where ones who didn't have much HART service and our goal is to improve access to the HART sys-tem," said Cappado:ra." The services will be offered Monday through Saturday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will start around the end of May or in early New Clirnts OnlY Specials news education religion busin.ess health sports f amily Relaxers Cuts Color Pre ssN -C u rl W ash-N-Se t B raids By Ke Uey


LOCAL HCC's Student Union To Host Talent Showcase BY ANTI ONE DAVIS Sentinel Staff Writer A student organization at Hillsborough Community College (HCC) is hosting an event hoping to attract potential students, and bring the community together. HCC's African-American Student Union is holding a Talent Extravaganza on Saturday, April 14th, and will feature over 20 acts from throughout the Tampa area. Rep. Betty Reed Sponsors Legislation Aimed At Closing The Academic Achievement Gap TALLAHASSEE -On Wednesday, April 4, Rep. Betty Reed (D-Tampa) pumped her fist in celebration while listening to the Chairman of the Schools and Learning Council announce the passage of her Education legislation. REP. BETIYREED c: m en c }:: )> -a ::D j= ...... .? N 0 0 ...... Attendees can also apply for enrollment at HCC for free at,the event. There will also be a free signup for a GED Program. "Closing the academic a<:hievement gap is something that I will continue to work hard at," said Rep. Reed. "This is a step towards reaching out to minority and underrepresented students that have been absent from classrooms that offer rigorous academic training provided by Advance Placement (AP) Courses and other courses that would put them on track to earn academic scholarship dollars." minority and underrepre-r sented students scholastic student achievement, is headed for debate among "We want to do something fun that will also attract more attention and enrollmEmt to the school," said Tavaris Smith, founder and former president of the full Florida House of Representatives. TAVARIS SMITH AND JOHN CHRISTOPHER .... organizers of Talent Extravaganza. "This good piece of legislation is first part of the many solutions that I will champion until the education disparities in the State of Florida have either disappeared or have been reduced," said Rep. Reed. HCC's African-American prospective students. Extravaganza will be held at student union. "We've "There are a lot oftalented Club Classic, 3720 E. Martin received a lot of support people in the City of Tampa. Luther King, Jr. Boulevard from the HCC administra-who are just looking for a from 5 to 10 p.m. For more tion and we think that this place to perform and display information, call Tavaris Rep. Reed's education bill, HB 403, aimed at reducing the education disparities in the State of Florida as it relates to can be a great event for peo-their talent," said Smith at (813) 447-6683. ple throughout the city, and Christopher. "We just people who are thinking thought that this would be a about becoming students." great way for them to show John Christopher, the their talent, and help some Activities Committee Head, people get their foot in .the says that administrators door with their education from HCC and other schools The HQC African-Ameri will be present to help enroll can Student Union Talent Consider How The Lilies Grow, They Do Not Labor Or Spin. Yet, I Tell You Not Even Solomon In All His Splendor Was Dressed Like One of These. Lukel0:27 F hiort Extravaganza Sponsored By First Church Of College Hi Planning council .. :; 4:00 P.M. '. First Baptist Church of College Hill .. > 3838 N. 29th Street .. :-.-.: .. T.ampa;FL : -l ... REV. ABRAHAM BROWN Pastor ., Apr 13 -15t 2007 .. Tampa Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (JOt you to : .. ,_, and Pearls-A Renaissance of Today and Tomorrow" Please joi mpa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sig111a .. Theta So c. at the Florida Center & Botanical Gardens F Fairgrounds for .. e of th. e year!:. 13th 8 :::,::=;:::: ay 11 :30 A.M : Featuring nationally recognize d : -. ... SHERYL LEE RALPH .r .. .. who in t ,he Play Do tiori : 60 z ::! z m r;tD c: r r m z -a c: tD r-cn :J: m c m < m c:. m rn c ):1!. )> z c "TT. J:J. c


1'-0 0 C\1 0 ...J a: a. < > < c Community Action Board LOCAL New 24-Hour Church Opens In Ybor City Area ffi The regular monthly meeting of the Hillsborough County :::J Community Action Board (CAB), an Advisory Board to the 1-Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, is A native of Tampa, Pastor Antonio Pringley, has returned after more than 17 years to open the "Fruit Of The Spirit Church." c a: u. c z < c en w :::J 1-il: w > w c w :::r::: en :::i llJ :::J a. z i= w ...J ...J :::J m w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J u. co w CJ scheduled for 2 p.m., Wednesday, Aprilll, 2007 at the West Tampa Neighborhood Service Center, 2103 N. Rome Avenue, in the Community Room. The public is invited. For further information, please call 272-6770. Sacred Music Workshop The Tampa Philharmonic Gospel Choir, Dr. Nathaniel B. Hill, Director, in partnership with the Music Departm-ent of Beulah Institutional Church, Dr. W. James Favorite, Senior Pastor, present an African-American Sacred Music Workshop on Saturday, April 14, 9 a. m. -4 p. m. For additional telephone (813) 24 7-4216 or (863) 701-7557, or email: tampaphil.reunion@yahoo.com or npowerplay4@aol.com. Pastor Pringley opened his first 24-hour church in Atlanta, but returned to Tampa when his mother's health became a problem. Asked how he got the concept of this in nova ti ve church, Pastor Pringley said it came to him while he watched people shopping. "I saw everyone shopping at Wal-Mart and realized everything was staying open 24 hours, but the churches. So, I decided to open one in Atlanta. We started off slowly and with a small building in 2005, but it grew rapidly and became one of the first churches in Atlanta that stayed open 24 hours. "Even though I graduated from Brandon High School and Bethune-Cookman College, I hadn't intended to PASTOR ANTONIO PRING LEY return to Tampa." Pastor Pringlsey said he did come back, purchased property in Ybor City near 40th Street, and opened "Fruit Of The Spirit." "Our ministry is to serve those others turn away: We watching over that facility. "Right now, our plans are to stay in Tampa as long as the Lord wants us here. I have two family members helping me out at the church." ., ............... have an adjoining store con-nected to the church and a Dr. Na haniel B. Hill, Director The doctrine at the Fruit Of The Spirit Church is pure gospel. Pastor Pringley said there is no foolishness or fund raising done at the church. In Partnership With The Music Department car wash. We offer housing Beulah Institutional Baptist Church for up to 80 men, and we feed "We realized it's time to reach out and help our people who've been devastated by drugs and other things. We've taken enough from them. time to start giving something back. Dr. W. James Favorite, Senior Pastor those who are hungry, and DR.NATIIANIELB.HIIL Present clothe those who need An American Sacred Music Worlishop April 14, 2007 9:00A.M.-4:00P.M. FREE WORKSHOP: For Smgers, Instrumen.tahsts, Choir Directors And Worship Leaders Presenters/Facilitators: Dr. Nathaniel B. Hill Maurice Jackson William "Billy" Wheeler Thurman Wortham Jospeh "Joe" Washington Johnny Watson The _Above Mentioned Artists Will Discuss And Teach A Diverse Repertoire Of Spirituals, Hymns, Anthems And Traditional/Contemporary Gospel Songs Fellm,ship Luncheon SS.OO Per Person All Workshop Participants Will Be Invited To Sing With The Tampa Philhannonic In 5:00P.M. Both Events Will Be Held At Beulah Institutional Baptist Church 1006 West Cypre.ss Avenue Tampa For Additional Information: E-mail: Tampaphil.reunion@yahoo.com or npowerplay4@aol.com Telephone: Jessica Morris 813-247-4216 Dr. Nathaniel B. Hill (863)640-3542 The Mary E. May Intercessory Prayerline Ministry First Baptist Church of College Hill 3838 N; 29th St. Rev.Abraham Brown, Pastor The Program Begins At 9 A.M. RSVP: .. (813) 231-3180 MARY E. MAY Founder ,r .... .... .J.lf' > : .... musician (piano primary). Some reading ability is preferred. Salary negotiable. Please call clothes. We're already serving 41 members and we opened just 6 months ago. We also have plans of taking over a nearby dry cleaning business to expand our services." The Fruit Of The Spirit Church is located at 3814 East 7th Avenue, and can be reached by phone at (813) 500-5885. In the near future, Pastor Pringley said they will build a facility to house women and children. As far as the church in Atlanta is concerned, he said it is still up and running, liilllllliil6!.1illll ... lllllllllll and another minister is Reporter Leon B. Crews can be contacted at (813) 248-0724; or e-mailed at leon@jlsentinel.com. Hosted By Apostle Cynthia Forde & Dr. Ada Davis Of Women Of Excellence At Zion Church .. Of Holiness 1475 Tampa Park Plaza April 16th-20th 7:30 P.M. April 21, 2007-Banquet 7 P.M A Must For Women Need An "Answered Prayer'' ln Their Life Music By Bro Eddie Durant Speakers For The Week : SIS. ALICE DONN _ELL Flrst Baptist of C()ltege Hill DR. ADA. DAVts.women of Excellence .. APOSTLE CYNTHIA FORDE. 'Zion Church Of Holiness Call 850-8414 For More Information. :


LOCAL -; c m en c st .John Progressive To Host Community Day l< )> "0 :::D DR. BART BANKS St John Progressive help individuals and ami Missionary Baptist Church, lies eilhance their total wellRev. Dr. Bartholomew being." Banks, Sr., pastor, will be The event will' include a hosting a Community Day health frur with free screenand Ministry Expo on ings (cholesterol, blood gluSaturday, April 21st, 10 a. cose, hepatitis, blood presm. to 2 p. m. at .the church, sure check), along with pre-be on hand to provide fire safety tips. The Ministry Expo is designed to showcase the many ministries available at St. John. Persons in attendance will have an opportu-nity to talk to the ministry leaders and "find their fit" in Christian ministry. There will be workshops on "Finding Your Ministry'' and "Service to Others." Youth workshops will focus on such topics as contemporary j= musie and peer pressure. ...... For more information, 9 please call the church (813) 247-2345, or email Ms. Mifflin at communityex.: po@hotmail.com. THE INSTITUTE ON BLACK LIFE ft THE 'FLORIDA EDUCATION FUND PRESENT: 'TI r-0 :::D en m z ::::! z m a, c r rm -; 2504 E. Chipco Ave J sentations by health care .-,. 'Th. e providers on topicsincluding 1 Achieve.trtent: Gap:;. Strategies alldSolutions;' z .. "0 c Lisa Mifflin, stated that cancer awareness and heart "the event is intended to disease. There will also be reach out to the entire workshops on identity theft Tampa bay community to and Tampa Fire Rescue will Omega Chapter '.t1.11.,,. .. Alpha Sorority, : I : Presents -... ,' ; 37th Annual Miss Teenage \ .... Gwendolyn w Myers; Deidre R. Jones, General Chairman Yvett e R Hall, Contact For_ More '(8lJ)"657-o48() Aprilll, 2007 10:00 P.M. Phyllis P. Marshall Center Ballroom Presenters:. : Mr. Otis Anthony, Senior Director Minority Relations for Polk Cowtty Dr. Morehouse, President & CEO Florida Education Fund Mrs. Gwendolyn Luney,Assistant Supermtendent, Dr. Michael Greg., Assistant Superintendent .. -.. of Hillsborough County .. Dr. Roy Kaplan, Associate Professor, USF Africana StUdies Author: Failing Grades: How Schools Breed Frustration, Anger & and How to Prevent it.. UNIVERSITY OF SOl.ITH FUJUDA Please RSVP by April6, 2007 to ccobb@ibl.usf.edu or 974-9387 I:D en ::z:: m c m < m :::D -; c: m en c )> z c 'TI :!! c Ci) m CD


" 0 0 C\1 0 .... ..J a: ll. <( c en w ::J 1-Bachelors Announced For Girls Raised In The South Fundraiser c a: u.. c z <( c en w ::J 1-fi w > w c w :::z::: en :J m ::J a. z i= w .J .J ::J .. m ..:.. w z i= z w en a: 0 .J u.. 0 .... CaSandra Washington, Event Coordinator for the Bachelors Auction hosted by Girls Raised in the South (GRITS), announces that the list of bachelors has been finalized. GRITS is sponsoring the auction Sunday, April 15th at the University of South Florida College of Education TECO Room. Proceeds from the event will benefit the PACE Center for Girls Computer Center. Gospel radio personality Randall C will serve as master of ceremony and entertainer Donna Douglas will serve as auctioneer. Tickets for the event are available through Yolanda Anthony at Apex Lending, 400 Dr ML King Blvd., Suite 103; Candy Lowe Tea Time, 915 E. Grant Ave., or by calling GRITS (813) 6640921. Some of the bachelors selected are: "The Voice ofOur Comnzunity Speaking for Itself' t High School :',,, $' : : Interact Club Presents: I ; MIDDLETON .:' .MA6IC v1 Silent Auction ": Door Prizes with Belinda Womack and the Katz and Prolific/Derek Womack (hip-hop) Friday Aprii1Jih,2007 Middleton HS,4801 N. Tampa $18 IIEPOKPJr ..... .... ... :w .... (CAJIIiloJl' i it I it $10 Gets your Honor Roll student's photo in the paper on April 27, 2007 oeaatine: weanesaay, Friaay, Aprill !J 3 P.M. ---------------------. __ School ___ _;__ ___ .....:....._ ____ Roll, High Honor Roll, Principal's Honor Roll, Citizenship -.. __ (Not For Publication) ----------------------1 Chef ENRIQUE Accountant DANNY Retired Military FRED Author ROBERT Educator WILFRED Armored Car Driver SERGIO Sales Consultant .. WILLIAM Lobbyist THE CITY F TAMPA, MA R PAM I RIO And THE TAMPA ST. PETERSBURGMOREHOUSEALUMNIHONORS Tickets Available At Books F ... or Thought 988-6363 *Stewart, Twine & Campbell, PA 221-4454 Colle e Hill Pharmacy 248-2767


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=LOCAL= Army& Air Force Hometown News AIRMAN 1ST CLASS JESSICA C. ROBERTS Air Force Airman 1st Class Jessica C. Roberts has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and received physi cal training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises, and special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. She is the daughter of Garrett Jackson of-E. 142nd Ave. and niece of Donald Jackson of E. Hyacinth Ave., both of Tampa, Fla. Roberts is a 2005 graduate of Freedom High School, Tampa. AIRMAN LAARON D. ODUM Air Force Airman Laaron D. Odum has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. During the six weeks of training, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization, and military customs and courtesies; performed drill and ceremony marches, and receiv e d physi cal training, rifle marksmanship, field training exercises, and spe'cial training in human relati ons. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force. He is the son of Kimberly and Laaron Odum of Key We s t Circle, T ampa, Fla. Odum is a 2006 graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, Tampa. You multi-task. -. Shouldn't Your business checking ? everything you need from a business checking account-for Integrated Business Checking, only from SunTrust. It's Free Business Checking, plus Free Personal with free Bill Pay, and free Check Cards for each account, all managed in a single view through exclusive Online Cash Manager. It's the best business banking in the and it just got ; Call800.259.5730, stop by your local Sun Trust branch, or visit suntrust.com/bizbanking for more information. .... .. -suifR.usT: Merchant Services Treasury & Payment Solutions Business Loans Seeing beyond money : .. ... :. '.l .. 'lllere are fee s for sta ted transaction s cash processing, and night bags R e f e r to the fee schedu le for Online Cash M anager and On lin e Cash Manager Plus a re not int ended for use by or institutional whi ch in general are as. companies with a nnu a l sales in excess of $10 million S unTru st's Online Cas h M a n ager Prem ium and On line Treasury Mana ger have a comple t e host of w e b based se "C :ll r= ..... 9 N 0 0 -...! "" r-0 :ll c l> CJ) m z ::! z m r-I m c rr-m -1 z "tJ c m r-c;; ::::c m c m < m -1 c m CJ) c l> z c "" :ll 6 ..... w


...... 0 0 N ,.... = a: a. < > < c C/) w :;:) 1-c a: LL. c z < c C/) w :::;, J-> a: w > w c w :::c C/) :::::l m :::;, a. z ..J ..J :::;, m ..!I w z i= z w C/) < c a: 0 ..J LL. Statue Of Perry Harvey, Sr. To Be Erected In Park Wheh the renovations to Perry Harvey Park are finished, one thing is for certain: There will surely be a statue of the late longshoremen union leader. The Perry Harve y Park Advisory Committee has been discussing various way s to improve the park for the last five months, and building a monument to Perry Harvey, Sr. has been a p riority from the b eginning. The 16-member committe e will oversee a $3 5 million overhaul of the park located at 1200 N. Orange Avenue. "We are still in the v ery early stages, but everyone has agreed thaf a stat\le of him in the park would be more than appropriate," said Fred Hearns, the City of Tampa's Director of Community Affairs and chair of the advisory com-The committee is also planning on including an amphitheater and a fountain in the park, as well as an interactive exhibit to inform children about the history of Central Park Avenue. Fred Hearns said that Harrison Covington, former dean of the. University of South Florida's art depart-. ment, is being highly .considered to build the statue Mr. Harvey is known for bringing in the American Federation of Labor Congress of Industrial Unions (AFL-CIO) to better conditions of Tampa dockworkers in the 1930s and 40s. "This will be something for the entire community," said Hearns. "We want people to have a full understanding of who Perry Harvey, Sr. was, and the impact that he had on Tampa's Black community." Reporter I Antione Davis can be reached at (813) 248-1921. He can also be rea.ched at adavis(i!Jflsentinel.com. PlaceA Floi'ida sentinel Newsrack In Great Places (8131 248-1921 Ask For Keith Will Be Published: Fridav, Mav Deadline For Greetings: Weclnesdav, Mav 2nd No ExcEPtioNs) f''i: Cost: SOC Per Word 1' $10/$20 For Photo '':,i1 NO CHECKS PLEASE Visit Our OHice At: 2207 E. 21st Ave. For More Info Call Betty @248 LOCAL Crossing Guard Receives Commendation Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin White, Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee, are shown with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. (Martha E.) Joyner. Joyner was recently presented a commendation during a meeting of the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners meeting last month. Recently, Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee and County Commissioner Kevin White presented a Tampa crossing guard with a commendation. Ralph E. Joyner, 73, has worked as a crossing guard for Hillsborough County for the past 6 years. While at his assigned post on Bearss Avenue near Mort Elementary School, a man reportedly driving under the influence passed through the crosswalk. Joyner is credited with moving ten of the eleven children in immediate danger out of harm's way. However, one stu'dent was injured. The child is expected to make a full recovery. Joyner was recognized for his valiant effort Academy Prep Center of Tampa-V .M. Ybor Campus, 1407 E .. Columbus (813) 248-5600 -FOR 5th & 6th GRADE STUDENTS (Current 4th & 5th Graders) The Academy Prep Center of Tampa offers an outstanding pri:vate middle. school education for students willing to work h _ard to achieve thcir.goals. Academy Prep Hig-hlights: &J. students on need-based full scholarships provided by the communit)r A sh_gh grade curriculum, including art, music & drama e At least one hotir of organized physical activitY every day Maximum class size of 15, with boys & girls in separate classrooms Sch'ool in session up to II hours daily A rich & 'varied extra-curricular program (activities include chess, dance, athletics, and karate) One Saturday field trip per month A four-week summer study & acthity session J='ocus on civility & community service Graduates admitted to schools like BerkCley, Tampa Prep, Jesuit, Academy of the Holy Names, Cambridge; Tampa Catholic, Carrollwood Day School and nationally-acclaimed boarding schools on full scholarships. A graduate support program following through high school ,,; -. &college All admitted students must qualify for the Federal Free & Reduced Program Important: The strongest applicants will be accepted to the summer program on a first come. first serve basis. APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTEQ FOR 5th & 6th GRADE STUDENTS To apply for admission, please call (813) 248-5600 Nondiscrimination Policy: Academy Prep Center ofTampa admits students of any race. color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its education policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan prngrams and athletic and other schoo ladminlstered programs.


. LOCAL --" -f c m en 0 )> Zetas Welcome New Sisters Zeta sisters Jennifer Gibbs, Nicholle Neal, Marquisha Richardson and Brandy Grant. The Tau Pi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. wel comed four new sisters into the sisterhood. Sisters Jennifer Gibbs, Nicholle Neal, Marquisha Richardson and Brandy Grant were introduced at the Annual Blue Revue Pageant and Dinner held on Saturday, March 24, 2007. Dr. Alm a Hires is president of Tau Pi Zeta Chapter-. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Find You Corner And Mak_ e Quick Monev In A couple 01 Hours! y.<' cost Prot it $5.00 $2.50 $10.00 $5.00 $15.00 $7.50 $20.00 $10.00 $25.00 $12.50 StO.OO $25.00 $100.00 $50.00 $200.00 $100.00 220l21st Ave. Tampa, Fl33605 l813J 248-1921 Inducted Into Alumni Hall Of Fame )> ""D ::xJ I On March 3oth, graduates of the University of Florida and their families gathered for the 2007 college of Health and Human Performance Alumni Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony Six former students of the university were inducted. The inductees were Beaufort Brown, Kevin Clair, Dan Connaughton, Fred Goldsmith, D ebbie Lee, and Debbie Robinson. When Beaufort "BodaBrown graduated in 1975, he was named as an Outstanding Graduate. And, for the _past 30 years, Brown has worked with youngsters to promote health and lifelong physical fitness as a member of the Hillsborough County Public School System He is currently assigned to Williams IB Magnet Middle School. B rown attended the public schools of Hillsborough High School and graduated from Middleton High School in 1971. After graduation, he enrolled at the University of Florida, where he earned his B. S. Degree in Physical BEAUFORT 'BODACIOUS' BROWN ... Admitted to the University ofFlorida Hall Of Fame Education. During his tenure at the school Brown distinguished himself in sports becoming the NCAA Champion-in the 600 yards competition in 1973. He was also named to the Junior Olympic Championship team that same year and helpe, d the United States beat Russia. In 1975, Brown became the NCAA Champion in the Mile Indoor Relay and was a member of the SEC Championship team. He cur-rently holds several Bes t All Time Performances in the his tory of the school's track and is ranked first in the world for 600 yard, 500 yard, and 500m for the 1972-73 season. His professional organizations include the National Education Association and the Classroom Teachers Association. Brown has also designed and co-authored curriculum for several Physical Education and Health. -The son of Mrs. Alice Brown and the late Beaufort Brown, Sr., Brown is married to Mrs. Barbara Lee-Brown. They are the parents of 3 children. The family worships at Bayath Yasharal, where he is the Elder Pastor/Teacher This recognition marks 1\) 0 0 ......, the third time Brown has been inducted into a hall of ;n fame. The first came about in 0 1982 when he was inducted ::xJ into the Hall of Fame for the State of Florida Track and en Field. The second came about when he was inducted into -f the Hall of Fame at th: e Z m r;m c: r r University of Florida as part of the Lettermen Association in 1989 z "C c: m r Cii ::I: m c m < m ::xJ -< -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 ::xJ 6


N 0 _,.. ...J a: a. WNBA Star Ruthie Bolton Holds Basketball Camp <( Youngster in the Tampa community were treated to a bas->=' ketball camp hosted by the Young Lions which featured <( WNBA former star, Ruthie Bolton. The camp was held at the University of Tampa. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) w :::) 1-c a: u.. c z <( c C/) w :::) 'I-> a: w > w c w :::E: C/) ::::i m :::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::) m I ...J w z i= z w C/) <( c a: 0 ...J u.. The Young Lions staff is shown with Ruthie Bolton (ard from left): Dexter Bryant, president; Christine Bryant, Elder R. Fields, Phyllis Bridges and in the rear, Coach Lewis and Bill Richardson. These are shooters: kneeling, M. Brown, E. Brown, A. Merrell and I. Shabazz; standing, A Shedrick, Q. Johnson, Coach Cheryl Bryant, M. Johnson and K. Westbrook. Clifford Alicea and Jalen Bell with Ruthie Bolton. The Brown twins with Ruthie Bolton. The 16 and up group is coached by Bill Richardson and Greg Ruth. Kneeling: A. Harris, L. Terry, RoyJones, Jr. and J. White; rear, C. McWilliams, T. Stewart and S. Shabazz. The 13 and up group o( guards that partie., ipated .in the camp were: kneeling, A. Lagrand, A. Williams, K Siplin, M. Williams, D. White, and T. Bludsaw; standing, C. Carter, A. Dukes, Phyllis Bridges, D. Ruth, M. Cochran and D. Bradley. Christine Bryant; Zeronica Thomas and Veronica Chaney wera i'n charge of the registration table. A large number of 15 and up basketball players attended the camp: Coach Lewis, C. Dewberry, T. Mills, D. Months, B. powell, M. Mulkey, F. Williams and assistant coach, A. Shedrick. In the rear areL .J. Burgess, X. Laster, R. Williams, A. Jennings, W. Lewis and N. Williams. These 5-10 year olds with Coach Henry Boone, V. Chaney arid C. King are: kneeling, D. Williams, h. Juanita 'naughty was in charge of the American Cancer SoCiety's "Relay For Life" candy sale. Dupree, S. King, J. Hart, A. Talley, V. Chaney, C. Walker and J. King. Standing, T. Atkins, L. Grabarth, C. King, T. Lee, L. Glanton, P. Scott, M. Williams J. Campbell and K. Shedrick.


-_ -_ SPORTS == ..................... """' SPORTS IDE WITH RANDY ..................... Tiger Reading His Press Clippings? Tiger Woods is the number one ranked golfer in the world. That means that he is the best at golfing. No one expects Tiger to win every golf tournament he plays in, but we have every right to expect him to play like he is the best. There is no doubt that Tiger is the best, but even the best must practice and play. Tiger's performance at the Masters was pathetic. Sure everybody at the tournament played poorly, but more is always expected of the best. Not one time in four rounds did Tiger break par. I don't think Tiger has ever hit so many balls in the water at a single event. Tiger went into this "Master playing fewer tournaments than ever before. Has he been reading his press clippings? I am sure that Tiger realizes that high expectations and criticism go with the territory of being the best. Hammering Hank Won't Point Fingers Hammering Hank Aaron recently said he would. not beat the ballpark if and when Barry Bonds breaks his career homerun record, but he refused to point a finger or sling mud at Barry over alleged steroid use. When asked if an asterisk should be placed by Barry's name if he breaks the record, Aaron said no. He said no one has proven that Bonds has used steroids. Until somebody proves it, he will not have any comments. Kobe Shut Out Of MVPRace Sorry Kobe. In spite of your spectacular 2007 basketball season, you will not be the NBA's Most Valuable Player. The recipient of the MVP award has all but been decided, and you are not among the numbers. It appears that one debate over the MVP Award is whether to _give it to the Phoenix Sun's guard Steve Nash or Dallas Maverick's center/forward, Dirk Ninowinski. It doesn't matter that Kobe has outperformed both of them. Heat's Wade Returns To Line-Up After sitting out. for the past month and a half with a shoulder injury, Dwayne Wade made his return to the Miami Heat lineup. Even though Wade was not his spectacular self, it was good to have the team leader back going into the playoffs Wade played 27 minutes_ and had 12 points on 6 of 9 shooting. He had 6 turnovers as the from inactivity showed. Dwayne has five more games to get himself ready for the playoffs. When the playoffs start, Dwayne will be ready. HALL'S TAX SOLUTIONS 2700 N. Mac Dill Ave. #712 504 E. 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She says that she enjoys shopping and hanging out with friends. Fellas, in order to get closer to this young lady you have .to be smart, good-looking, know how to have a good time and have a great sense of humor. Congratulations to Nikki an being this week's Beauty Unlimited Feature. "T1 I 0 :::c c l> en m z :::! z m I I \ Women Coaches 'Outraged' At llJ c: r r m Comments Made By Shock dock-:::! z During his syndicated School: "He national radio program last lacks integrity week, radio shock jock Don and character. lmus called the Rutgers That's what was women's basketball team a in his heart and group of "nappy headed that always hos." Since the comment, comes out. As a African American organiza-C h r i s t i a n DEBRA tions all over the country have woman, I for-DAWKINS called for his immediate firing. give, but this is Imus later apologized for an issue he has he needs to the comment saying, "I'm not deal with. I think the only rea a bad person. I'm a good per-son he apologized later for son who said a bad thing:" because it was expected. I A pair of area women's question the sincerity of the coaches, one in football the apology. I think if the program other ,.in basketball, were hadn't been aired, he wouldn't asked what they thought ofhave apologized at all." the-comment. Aesha Bailey, former bas-Debra Dawkins, defensive ketball star and current mid. backs coach at Blake High die school coach: "I am speech--"tJ less. I can't believe in this day c: and time this kind of stuff llJ I think it's pure igrw; ranee. :r "As a coach, I have no com-m ment about him, but the C NAACP and other Black orga-nizations would have been m contacted iinmediately if I had been Vivian Stringer. I don't -f think the apology was sincere, C: because he was saying what rn he really felt. He needs to be C fired immediately, and there's no place in radio for this kind -:t> of opiil.ion." Z Reporter Leon B. Crews 0 "T1 can be_reached at (11-13) :::c 248-0724, or e-mailed at c leon@flsentinel.com. Body Of Football Coach To Be Laid To Rest The longtime leadership of Coach Eddie Robinson has not gone unnoticed by the State of Louisiana. The Louisiana Capitol laid the legendary coach's body in state onMonday, April 9th for all those who wished to pay their respects. Robinson died at the age of 88 last week after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease. Robinson coached the Grambling State University football team for 55 seasons, ,winning more than 400 games. All former players were invited to att.end a COACH EDDIE ROBINSON players-only service at the Capitol builc;Iing. Afterwards, Coach Robinson's body is in at.Grambling State today, and will be buried on Wednesday. Grambling grad and Super Bowl MVP Doug Williams was invited to speak during a memorial ser1vice at the Louisiana House of Representatives. Williams, who is now a personnel executive with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was )g one of 20 players who Coach G) Robinson helped reach the m NFL.


l'-!!!!!!!!! iiiiiii SPORTS ..- ,-.Johnson Holds Dungy Working On Writing Christian Themed Memoirs Off Tiger To Win MaSters tJ) AUGUSTA, Ga. A strange at the Masters saved the biggest surprises for Sunday --unheralded Zach Johnson won the green jacket, and he had to beat Tiger Woods to get it. Johnson pulled away from Woods and the rest of the pack with three birdies in a crucial four-hole stretch along the back nine of Augusta National closing with a 69 for ZACH JOHNSON INDIANAPOLIS A a two-shot victory and only Christian book publisher in the second ofhis career. Illinois is working with The 31-year-old selfIndianapolis Colts Coach described "normal guy" from Tony Dungy on a memoir. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is the Dungy's book, entitled least accomplished Masters "Quiet Strength : The champion since Larry Mize principles, practices & chipped in to beat Greg priorities of a winning life," Norman in a playoff 20 years will be released nationally ago but this was no fluke July 10; Carol Stream, 111.-9 Even as some of the thrills based Tyndale House a: returned in the final round, TIGER WOODS Publishers Inc. announced. Johnson kept his calm. lost a lead during the final Financial details of the deal z And there wasn't anything round of a major, and the first were not disclosed. CS: Woods could do about it. time he ever failed to get it The book will begin in Woods looked like a lock back. Dungy's childhood and then f}l for his fifth Masters and third Johnson finished at l-over touch on events throughout his W straight major when he took 289, matching a Masters life, said Janis Harris, the Iead after a short birdie on record last set in 1956 for associate publisher, books. the second hole, only this highest winning score. And it One ofl'hose will be the w major didn't work like so ended a streak of the winner 2005 death of Dungy's son, > many others. :Johnson and coming out of the final group three other players came after at Augusta National ever year "He shares a bit about that, W him, and this time Woods was since 1991, about how he reacted to the the one who backed off with "He played beautifully tragedy of his son's death and ;;;! sloppy mistakes -a .. Woods said "Look at the how his faith helped him in .,.. club, shots that either fciund found.-he shot out there, the that," she said Thursday. i the or bunker arid. score He dld what he needed Dungy said in a statement Z too many putts that stayed out : to do : : He went out there, that he never intended to write _': ,., .; ... : grinded away, made shots he a book But he changed his :j. lt w as the .t,hird time Woods needed to make." ... mind after he heard from ::::) r many people who were : ... Wi: lll&ln s_' : Files.: Z r February. ::!Z F0r.Relnstalt81n .ent. "r wanted to tell each of w ,.. ..\ them that it wasn't the victory, en. f ; .... -... but the journey aTtd the NE,W YORK .. lessons learned along that zc Williams, the',.former journey that really matter;" he O star who played in Canada. last' .1 said. ult is my prayer that "' season after being suspen .de!i ': reading my' story will cause '" (or a year for substance abuse, ;., --. people to stop and examine haS applied for reinstatement. what's really important in. Williams' Leigl! ;, life:" Steinberg, S,aid the mnhing Denzel Washingtmi will back, who : will turn 30 iri, / > : provide the -for the May, had sent a letter asking .". .:. : book, which will be co-written 1 that he be allowed to retutn to ::: .,, with Nathan Whitaker; a ttie Miami Dolphins. .. : : .-. The confirmed that .1 ... -. ._ first'-tiine author, Harris said.' n-r Tyndale has published Williams. .. :-, ha d soug ht several ,. other reinstatement,:. for which he including ; Let's.Roil, by Lisa will be eligible after Aprii' 27 ; g e t right$ He : was traded when he will have been to Miami for two first-round Beamer, wife of Sept. 11 victim Todd Beamer. for : a year. draft picks after the 2001 Dqlppins spo kesinan Sefi:SOO and for .. t ,853 Greene said the team had no Dolphins. in. 2002 : comment because is ; and the next season yet eligible "; for abruptly _retired .. reinstatement. shortly before training camp : .Williams, a former in 2004, then returned in 2005 Heisman at to back up rookie Ronnie Was originally drafted Brown. Williams rushed for W Orle ans when then743 yards and a yard coach Mike Ditka gave up ali that year. a.; in the 1999 draft to The suspension, handed .c;. ... ... -down last year by former commissioner .' Paul Tagliabue, was Williams' fourth. Steinberg said Williams has been teaching yoga in California since returning from Canada last December. t' Heat's Posey Arrested For DUI MIAMI BEACH --Miami Heat forward James Posey was arrested early Monday on a drunken driving charge after an officer pulled him over for stopping in the middle of a road. Posey had stopped his car on a double-lane Miami Beach road, to occupants of other vehicles and pedestrians, police said Once out of the car Posey displayed "bloodshot eyes, slurred speech, and an odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath," the police report said The player also was unsteady on his feet and swayed while standing police said. Posey was arrested and taken to Miami-Dade County jail. He was later released on $1 ,000 bond. Posey was not with the team for practice Monday and it was unknown whether he will fly with the team to Charlotte for its game Tuesday. Heat coach Pat Riley said after practice that the team will wait to collect JAMES POSEY "all the facts" before making anv decisions on P o se y 's status. When Miami plays at Charlotte, it will be without center Shaquille O'Neal, who has been excused to attend the funeral services for his paternal grandfather. O'Neal said he hopes to be back with the Heat when they host Washington on Wednesday. Posey, in the final of his contract, is making .about $6.4 million this season with the defending champion Heat. Wright Is NBA-Bound LAWRENCE Kan., --A newspaper reporte d Sunday that Kansas sophomore Julian Wright likely will enter the NBA draft. In a story by the Lawrence Jayhawks coach Bill Self said Wright "will strongly consider his options regarding the draft. We expect he'll"' have a decision at the first of the week. At that tirrie, we'll have a formal announcement." Julian Wrigbt averaged i2 points and 7 .. 8 rebounds .. as a sophomore. GRAPHICs 1248 E. Hillsbo. rough Suite#206


. ............. . . . . ......... '.. . . . . SPORTS lm.us Grilled Over Racial Comments NEW YORK --Don lmus took a seat on the other side of the microphone Monday, appearing on the Rev. AI Sharpton's radio show and enduring more criticism for his offensive comments about the Rutgers women's basketball team. lmus issued another apology for referring to members of the team as "nappy-headed hos." Sharpton called the comments "abominable" and "racist" and repeated his demand that lmus be fired "Our agenda is to be funny and sometimes we go to far. And this time we went way too far," Imus to)d Sharpton. Earlier Monday, on his own radio show, Imus called himself "a good person" who made a bad mistake "Here's what I've learned: that you can't make fun of everybody, because some people don't deserve it," he said. "And because the climate on this program has been what it's been for 30 years doesn't mean it's going to be what it's been for the next five years or whatever." Imus said he was "embarrassed" by the remarks He said he had made the comments -in the course of "trying to be funny," but he was not trying to excuse them. DONIMUS scheduled to appear on Sharpton's show. "It's not going to be easy but I'm not looking for it to be easy," Imus said. Imus made the now infamous remark during his show Wednesday. The Rutgers team, which includes eight black women, had lost the day before in the NCAA women's championship game Imus was speaking with producer Bernard McGuirk about the game when the exchange began on "Jmus in th e Morning," which is broadcast to millions of people on more than 70 stations and MSNB C "That's some rough girls from Rutgers," Imus said. "Man, they got tattoos ... "Some hardcore hos McGuirk said. "That's some nappy-head e d hos there, I'm going to tell you that," lmus said Imus also apologized on the air Friday, but his m e a REV. AL SHARPTON culpa has not quieted the uproar. The Rev. Jesse Jackson and about 50 people marched Monday outside Chicago's NBC towel to protest Imus' comments, and. an NAACP official called for the broadcaster's ouster. James E. Harris, president of the New Jersey cha pter of the National Asso ciat ion for the Advancement of Colored People, demanded Sunday that Imus "resign or be terminated immediately." Allison Gollust, a spokeswoman for MSNBC, said the network considers Imus' comments "deplorable" and is reviewing the matter. Karen Mateo, a spokeswoman for CBS Radio-Imus' employer and the owner of his New York radio home, WF AN-AM -said the company was "disappointed" in Imus' actions and characterized his comments as "completely inappropriate." "I'm not a bad person. I'm a good person, but I said a bad t hing. But these young women deserve to know it was not said with malice," he said. He pointed to his involvement with the Imus Taylor Set _To fight Spinks Ranch, a cattle farm for children with-cancer and LITTLE RO CK, Ark. blood disord e rs Ribera. Jermain Taylor's promot er New Me xico. Ten percent of. has heard e nou g h critici s m of the children who come to the the middleweight champion s ranch are black, he added. choice of Taylor "I'm not a white man who will put his title on the line doesn't know AfriCan. May 19 against Cory Spinks Americans," h e said. in Memphis ; Tenn It's Imus said he hopesJto me e t Taylor's second straight fight th e play ers and p a rent s ag;ainst s omeon e f rom a and coaches;--and"'nFsaid he smaller w e i ght c l ass Spinks, was:.: grateful that he was the _son of former ch a mpion Leon Spinks, i s the "t 9241 N. 5.6th St., Tampa, FL M-F 8:30A.M. 5:30 M. .; Saturday 9 A. M. 1 P. M. (813) Fax: (813) 988-8980 -Low Rates Friendly Atmosphere You're A-OK \Vith Us DUI Hardship License, Sus{lended License, State Filiflg SR-22 .. OwnerS and Non OwnerS CORY SPINKS vs JERMAIN TAYLOR IBF jun. ior middleweight champion. "Thi s fig ht was offered,to a large number .of middleweights who turned it down," said Lou : DiBella, Taylor's promoter Organizers held a teleconference Thursda y for th e fight, which will b e televised by HBO. Included on the call was Don King, Spinks' promoter. "I'v e n e v e r met Don King," Taylor said. "Lookin g forward to meetin g him .. King calle d Taylor of the best out there .'; Taylor, a Little Rock nativ e, be at former junior middl e w e i g ht c hampion Kassim Ouma in a December decision T h at fig ht w a s in North Littl e Rock. GuiltY. Plea For Montgomery NEW YORK --Olympic sprinter Tim Montgomery, once considered the fastest man on Earth until his world record was erased in the BALCO steroid scandal, pleaded guilty Monday to conspiracy in a multimillion dollar bank fraud and moneylaundering scheme "I sincerely regret the role I played in this unfortunate episode," Montgomery said in a statement following the plea "I have disappointed many people, and for that I am truly sorry Montgomery's plea deal "reflects his minor role" in an alleged conspiracy and does not require him to testify at the trial of his former coach, Steven Riddick, and other co defendants, according to his lawyers That trial ts scheduled to begin Tuesday. It was not clear if Montgomery would have to serve any prison time because of the guilty plea. The U.S attorne y 's office had no comment. Montgomery, 32, was charged last year along with Riddick, and 11 others in an alleged conspiracy to deposit $5 million in stolen, altered or counterfeit checks at several banks over three years. An alleged coconspirator, Ephraim Richardson, pre viously pleaded guil ty to a singl e charge of conspirac y to commit bank fraud TIM MONTGOMERY The government had accused Montgomery of participating in a plot created by two other defendants who set up sham businesses to take checks stolen from banks and alter them or make counterfeits. Montgomery allegedly deposited three bogus checks worth a total of $775 000 He also was accused of helping Riddick deposit others worth at least $905,000 and accepting a $20,000 fee for his role. Riddick, a 1976 Olympic medalist, has maintained his innocence. Montgomery was a 200 0 Olympic gold medalist and a former I 00-meter world record holder. 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.. c as f e IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION H Case No. 07-000192 PARSRAM KHUBLAL Individually, and NAIMOON KHUBLAL Individually (Plaintiffs) vs. HATTIE DAVIS, Individually, JOHN WATSON, Individually, THERESA I. WATSON, Individually, a/kla THERESA WATSON ATKINS, CARRIE MAE WORTHY, Individually, and HATTIE BELL McLEOD, Individually (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Hattie Bell Mcleod, Individually, Last Known Address of 3507 11th Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 And Defendant's Unknown Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Judgment Creditors, And All Other Parties Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against Said Named Defendant YOU ARE HEREBY r' NOTIFIED that an action to quiet and confirm title in the following described real property located in Hillsborough County, Florida: the South 215 ol the East of the SW Y. of the NE Y. of the SE Y. of Section 8, Township 28 South, Range 20 East, Hillsborough-County, Florida, less the West 30 feet for road right of way. the "Property" has been filed by the Plaintiffs, Parsram Khublal and Naimoon you. You are required. to serve a copy of your written defenses,if any, to the Verified Complaint to Quiet Tax T itle on the attorney for the Plaintiff, ANITA R : GERACI, Esquire, whose address is 1560 Bloxam Avenue, Clermont, Florida 34711, on or before April 23,2007 and io file the original with the Clerk of.this Court either before serviceon Plaintiff's -attorney or immediately, thereafter. Otherwise, a default will be entere d against you for the relief demanded in the complaint. In accordance with the Americans Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodations to participate in this hearing should. contact the A D A Coordinator not later than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at 813-272 -7040 or via Florida Relay Service at 1 -800-955-8770. D ated this 16.1h day of M arch. 2007. PAT COLLIER FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /sJ HENRY SUBER, JR. DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA DIVISION F Case No. 06-06099 PARSRAM KHUBLAL Individually, and NAIMOON KHUBLAL Individually (Plaintiffs) vs. DALTON UTSEY, Individually, and JAMES N. THOMAS, Trustee, Individually (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO:. Dalton Utsey Individually Last Known Address of 6428 Brandy Drive, Spring Hill, FL 34607 and Defendant's Unknown Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, Judgment Creditors, And All Other Parties Claiming By, Through, Under Or Against Said -Named Defendants YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an action to quiet and confirm title in the following described real property located in Hillsborough County, Florida: South 113 of NW Y. of NE Y. of SE Y., less right of way for Dale Mabry Highway, less West 300 feet recorded in the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida, all lying and being in Section 21, Township 28 South, Range 18 East: the "Property" has been filed by the Plaintiffs, Parsram Khublal and Naimoon Khublal ; against you You are required to serve a COJ>Y of your' written defenses, if any, to the Complaint to Quiet Tax Title on the attorney for the Plaintiff, ANITA R GERACI, Esquire, whose address is 1560 Bloxam Avenue, Clermont, Florida, 34711, on or before April 16, 2007 and to file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on the Plaintiff's. attorney or immediately thereafter. Otherwise, a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded -in the complaint. In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act; persons. needing special accommodations to participate in this hearing should contact the A.D. A Coordinator not later than seven (7)' days prior to the proceeding at 813-272-7040 or. via Florida Relay Service at 1 -800955-8770 Dated this 1Mb day of Marct),.i,207. PAT COLLIER FRANK Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /sf HENRY SUBER, JR. DEPUTY CLERK ( NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON APRIL 19. 2007 AT 10:00 A.M. IN THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, CITY HALL, 315 E KENNEDY BLVD., THIRD FLOOR, TAMPA, FLORIDA, A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BY THE TAMPA CITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING PETITION(S) TO VACATE RIGHT(S) OF WA 'f: RESOLUTION NO. 2007-236 .PI1!ll2n of University of Tampa Incorporated. C06-30 Legal Descriptio!": AND AND AND. AND AND AND AND AND AND AND All that alleyway lying in Block 12, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recol'ded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida. All that alleyway lying in Block 17, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1 Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Flor ida, I,.ESS the South 20 00 feet thereof All that portion of Newport Avenue (14th Avenue) lying East of and abutting the East boundary of Block 16 and lying West of and abutting the West boundary of Block 17, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County Florida, LESS 20.00 feet thereof All that portion of Gilchrist Avenue (13th Avenue) lying East of and abutting the East boundary of Block 17 and lying West of and abutting the West boundary of Block 18, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida, LESS the South 20.00 feet thereof. All that portion of Gilchrist Avenue (13th Avenue) lying East of and abutting the East boundary of Block 14 and lying West of and abutting the West boundary of Block 13 and the Northerly projection thereof to the Southeasterly boundary of a 200.00 foot wide strip for an apparent railroad right of way graphically shown on COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records ot'Hillsborough County, Florida. All that portion of North A" Street lying North of and abutting the North boundary of Block 17 and lying South of boundary of Block 14, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records o f Hillsborough County, Florida. All that portion of North "A" Street lying North of and abutting the North boundary of Block 18 and lvino South of and abuttino the South boundarv of Block 13. COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County Florida : All that certain street intersection common to Gilchrist Avenue (13th Avenue) and North "A" Street all iying and being in COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST a subdivision as map or plat thereof i s recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida. All that portion of Delaware Avenue (12th east of and abutting the East boundarY of Block 13 and lying West of and abutting the West boundary of Block 12, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1,'Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Florida All that portion of North "B" Street dedicated per City of Tampa Resolution 2813-C and City of Tampa Resolution 5302-F lyingNortherly of and abutting the North boundary of B locks 11, 12, and 13, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or p la t thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1,' Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, Flor ida, and lying between the Northerly projection of the Easte rly boundary of said Block 11 and Northe rly projection of the Westerly boundary of said Block 13.. All that portiqn of Block 13, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, a subdivision as map or plat thereof is recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 35, of the public records of Hillsborough County, F lorida. Begin at a point on the North boundary line of Lot 3 of Block 13, COLLINS ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA, Plat Book 1, Page 35, 30. 6 feet East of the Northwest corner of said Lot 3, run thence Wes t to the Northwest comer of said Lot 3, run theni:e South 43 8 feet to a point on the West boundary line of said Lot 3, run thence in a straight line in a Northeasterly dir ection to the Point of Beginning. .'" ., ANY PERSON WHO D E CID E S TO APPEAL ANY D E CISION OF TH E CITY COUNCIL WITH R E SPECT TO ANY MATIER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, MAY NEED TO HIRE A COURT REPORTER TO ENSUR E THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND S ECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSON S WITH D ISA B ILITIES NEEDING SPE C IAL ACCOMMODATION TO P ARTICIPAT E IN THI S MEETING SHOULD CONTACT TH E CITY CL E RK'S O FF IC E AT L EAST FORTY E I GHT (48) HOURS PR IOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTEREST E D PART I E S MAY APPEAR AND B E HEARD AT SAID H EARING. SHIRL E Y FOxX -KNOWLES C ITY CLERK ..... c m C/) c }< > ""0 r-..... 0 N 0 0 -.... ., r-0 c > C/) m z ::1 z m r-I m c: rr-m ..... z ., c m r-u; :I: m c m < m ..... c m C/) c > z c ., c 'G'> m N w


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Robbery Suspect Sought Tampa Police are search ing for a suspect who robbed a Latin store that also serves as a check cashing location. Surveillance video shows the suspect walking into the El Noa Noa, 4215 North Armenia Avenue, Sunday .night. Once the suspect" pretended to shop until a clerk entered a secure check cashing are' a; police said. As the door was closing behind the clerk, the suspect grabbed her and pushed his way inside. He. allegedly threatened to shoot the clerk if she didn't turn over money and checks. The suspect fled arid was last seen getting into a vehicle across the street. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 40 to 50 years old with a heavy build and balding. He was last seen getting into a blue pickup truck, possibly a -Ford Ranger, with dark tinted windows. Vigil Held For Woman Ki.lled In Bar Shooting DETROIT -Family and friends 9f shooting victim Dorothy Jule Roberts gathered for a candlelight vigil in Detroit Sunday night. Police said Roberts, 21, was killed Tuesday morning while leaving the Tippin' Bar on Mount Eliott Avenue in Detroit. Police said the bar owner fired his' gun' a signal for everyone. to 'He was -charged last week with' sec01id-degree .murder; officials DOROTHY JULE ROBERTS said. ..... .. "A. IPrllost her life for nothing," .Jivaughn Graves, a friend of the victim, said. Dozens of people came together. for the vigil with. hopes to raise awareness about violent crime in Detroit and also to raise reach out to one another and show love -not guns and violence," Dorothy Smith, the victim's aunt, said. Those who are interested in donating toward the funeral can do so at the Charter One Bank on Grand money for Roberts' funeral. River Avenue in Detroit. -. 1:" CRIME __ : : Man Shot To Death In Front Of Toy Store CHRISTOPHER JENKINS ... fatally shot in front of toy store BRADENTON -The Manatee County Sheriffs Office reports that Christopher Jenkins, 25, fatally shot after a dispute in front of a Toys R Us Store Sunday morning. Investigators said deputies responded to the shooting in the parking lot shared by the toy store and a Denny's Restaurant. They found evidence of a shooting, but no body or witm!sses. Authorities discovered Jenkins had been dropped off by more than one identified person at Manatee Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead. He had been shot several times. "Learn from yesterday, 3, 7, 11, 13 live for today, 15, 16, 19, 22 hope for 28, 32, 35, 40 tomorrow." "The of Our Conlmunitv for ltse(l' Murder Suspef:t Surrenders TAMAA TAYLOR ... charged with attempted first-degree murder PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriffs detectives said Tamaa Taylor, 29, arrived at the jail at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night to surrender. Taylor was a suspect in the March 30th shooting of Gerund Long. Long is still recovering from his wounds. Detectives said T11ylor told them the extensive media coverage of the shooting convinced him to surren-GERUND LONG ... recovering from wounds der. He was charged with attempted first-degree murder and is being held without bond. Taylor allegedly shot Long in the parking lot of the Sunny Moon Motel. A surveillance camera on a passing bus captured Long laying in the driveway of the motel and Taylor quickly getting into a vehicle and speeding away. Video Released Of. Suspects Starting Fire In Wai-Mart Suveillance video shows suspect start fire at wal-mart ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -New surveillance video was released, Monday, showing a fire set inside an Orange County Wal-Mart. Investigators said the firestarters wanted to steal beer from the store on Clarcona-Ocoee Road very early Friday morning and tried to use the flames as a diversion. When the fire alarm went off, two managers guarded the front door and the thieves walked out empty handed. The Fire Marshal's Office is hoping the public recognizes them. When the store was packed, while the first suspect filled his cart up with beer at the Wal-Mart, his friend was on .. STP octane booster on .the popcorn isle. It's hard to see the flames, but fix shows him set the boxes on fire with a llghter. Juan Bailey is the lead detective on the case. He said a mother and her daughter noticed the fire. They ran to Wal-Mart employees, who put the flames out before they spread "They ,put innocent people risk. It had a great potential for catastrophe," Bailey said. The fire was supposed to be .a diversion, so the crooks could score free beer and snacks,. but Wal"Mart employ ees were guarding the exits as soon as the alarm went off 'T1 r-0 :a fJ) m z -4 z m r;m c: r rm -4 z "tJ c: m c fJ) :z: m c m < m -4 c: m fJ) c )> z c 'T1 :!! c the lookout, casing the store. After lighting snacks on fire, putting lives at risk and .causing.$20,000 worth. o C> damage, the guys walked out : empty-handed. .... 813) 248-1921 Wlien the cart was loaded down with snacks and beer, suspect number one lifted his shirt and poured a bottle of


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