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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c Q a: SEE PAGE 2 I I Q ...I LL. VOL. 67 NO 87 TUESDAY JUNE 19 2012 24 PAGES 75 AcliViSI Urges Others To Check Voters In Familv SEE PAGE 2 Popular longtime West Tampa Resident Dies SEE PAGE 16 FamiiV Descibes Murder licdm As loved Bv Manv SEE PAGE 3 Medical Association Holds 1st Awa,ds Banquet And Fund raiser Last month, members of the Bay Area Medical Association (BAMA) held their First Annual Awards Banquet and Fundraiser at the Centre Club. The theme for the event was "Salute To The Class of 2012." Three graduating high school seniors, one college graduate, and one medical school graduate were the recipients of $500 scholarship. The graduating high school seniors will attend the University of South Florida. The recipients and BAMA members shown in the photograph from left to right are: Dr. Faith Felder, President of Bay Area Medical Association; Dr. Dexter Frederick, Ms. Denisela Thicklin, graduate of Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School; Ms. Shikeria Green, Biomedical Science Major, University of South Florida; Jean-Jacques Mbassi, graduate ofTampa Bay Technical High School, Dr. Emile Commedore, MD, JD, Executive Director of Bay Area Medical Association; Ms. Naa Sika Williams, a graduate of the University of South Florida who will attend Meharry Medical College; and Dr. Tawanna King, graduate of University of South Florida Medical School, who will complete her residency and become a practicing physician. (Photograph by LOMAX MciNTYRE).


eatures NAACP To Hold MonthiV General MembershiP Meeting Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their monthly General Membership Meeting at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue. Dr. MarkT. Jones, Sr., is the host pastor. The meeting will take place on Thursday, Jun 21, 2012, be ginning at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Congregational Life Center Building, located in the back. During the meeting, those in attendance will also discuss community issues and con cerns. They can also reserve tickets for the NAACP-Bucca..: neers Family & Friends Day, planned for September 30th. For questions, contact the Branch Office at (813) 2348683, or visit the website at Dr. H. Collins is the Branch President; Rev. Jay Jackson is the Religious Affairs Chairman; and Ms. Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary. Parks And_ Recreation To Host Tennis Plav oav The City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department is offering USTA 10 and Under Tennis Play Day on Saturday, June 23. The event c will take place from noon to 2 ii: p.m at the Sandra Freedman I.L Tennis Complex, located at 59 Columbia Drive. <( Ten and Under Tennis uses child-sized courts and c child-sized equipment. Ten fa nis racquets are sized for ::: small hands and courts are tsmaller and easier to cover. i: Additionally the balls bounce lower, don't move as w fast through the air and are C easier to hit. By using this w format, the benefits are im mediate and within a short time. This means children who are excited about the game will have more fun with less frustration. They have fun and are playing real tennis. Parents who would like to have their children partici pate should register by June 21 by emailing otemplejr@yahoo.com with your child's name, age and parent's contact information. For cost and more infor mation, contact Temple, Jr., at (813') 4315212. X -----------------------------------------0 ::::i m ::: a. z ...J ...J ::: m ...J w z w 0 i! ii: g I.L FREE Professional Service NINIIS Alert The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $10,000 For Loss wages And Medical care ... Service Support Help from the begini1ing to the end. Spinal ...... Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop (PIP hua1ce Needed) Don't be victinUid twice for an accident that Wlll'l't yow fUt" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A / 7 D ays A Week Mi:llelle B. too. Four In Custodv After SWAT Team Standon Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies have four men in custody after a SWAT Team standoff in Mango. Deputies reported that at 1:15 a.m. Monday, a woman called 9-1-1 from the Carlton Arms Apartments on North Himes to report that she had been robbed of her purse and vehicle by a man with a gun. An alert was released with a description of the vehicle and suspect. At 5 a. m. ; deputies spotted the stolen vehicle in the area of Lloyd Street and Old East Hillsbor ough in the Seffner area. Patrol units followed the vehicle until more units arrived with the plan to initiate a felony vehicle stop Deputies said the vehicle pulled down a dead end road, and units blocked it in. The driver turned and rammed MARVIN DAVY two patrol cars as it tried to flee the area, damaging both vehicles. No one was injured. The suspect vehicle stopped and the driver bailed out, fleeing, while the pas senger was held at the scene. K9 deputies tracked the driver to a nearby residence on Grove Lane and Highway 579, where SWAT Team members surrounded the house. Deputies said with the passenger of the stolen vehi cle in custody, two men in side the residence came out and surrendered. The fourth suspect came out later, and was also taken into custody. Detectives were interviewing all four to determine who was involved in the armed carjacking. So far, only the driver of the stolen vehicle has been charged. He was identified as 25-year-old Marvin B. Davy. Davy was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer for ram ming the patrol vehicles and grand theft auto. Activist Urges Others To Check Voters In Familv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In coming weeks, all reg istered voters in Hillsbor ough County will receive new Voter's Registration Cards. The new cards will provide any changes that may have occurred since the last elec tion. Voters can use this opportunity to make any correc tions prior to the primary elections. Ms. Evangeline (Van) Best, community ac tivist feels another opportu nity prevails itself during this time. She feels it will also be the perfect opportunity for others to check on the status of his or her family. "I have gone to several of the meet ings and everyone is doing a great job. However, we can all help if one person will take the time and check on the voters in his or her fam ily. MS. EVANGELINE BFST Community Activist "If we are going to win this election, then we have to take ownership. If we are committed to re-electing President Barack Obama, then we have to take action." Ms. Best said after the idea was laid on her heart, she decided to contact family members and ask them if their information was cor rect. What she discovered was little things that could prevent a person from cast ing a vote on Election Day. "I contacted my family and discovered that one member's Voter Registration Card was accurate, but her identification was expired She didn't realize that if the identification is not updated, then she could be turned away on Election Day. "After she stopped ing, she never renewed her license. I explained that the identification must be cur rent," Ms. Best said. She also said that things such as moving and not updating identification could also cause a problem. Ms. Best further said that the things a person does can be small, but make a significant difference. "We don't have to have a big thing, we just need to keep it simple and keep it real. If we don't re-elect our president, we won't have an opportunity for 100 years."


features c! FamiiV Describes After 9 Children lied: Murder Victim As Hill's Out New Agencv Will .. Ofticiallv Provide Senice younger brother, Leon older chil-Davis, was a man that every-dren beone loved and wanted to be tween 26 around. and 29 are At 3:20 a. m. Thursday taking it morning, Hillsborough pretty bad. County Sheriffs deputies said I don't Davis was inside his apart-think the ment at the Palisades Apart-yo u n g e r LEON DAVIS ments in Brandon when two chi I d r en men forced their way inside. have felt it yet." Inside the apartment with Mr. Davis had worked Davis were three of his 7 for 15 years for a trucking children, ranging in age from company before moving on to 1 to 7, and their mother. work for Enterprise Car Deputies said the children Rental. and their mother were sleep" He got disabled later, but ing when Davis was con-he constantly stayed busy fronted and shot several building things like dog times Awakened by the gunhouses and things for chilfire, deputies said the woman dren," said Mr. Foster. call9-1-1 afterlocking herself He was really a great and the three children inside builder, and treated his chila bathroom. dren like he was the mother. I The woman and children gave him the nickname of were not harmed, but Davis Buckwheat." was dead when deputies ar-Mr. Foster said their rived He was 49-years-old. mother passed away 2 years Mr. Foster said no one ago, and they all remembered in the family understands spending a lot of time with why this happened to a man her. everyone loved. "We were all with her Mr. Foster said Leon when she passed way from Davis, the 4th oldest brother, cancer. We were always a graduated from Plant City close family, but Leon and I High School where he wresgot closer after our mother tied and played football. He passed." was described as a real sports Jerica Cohen describes fanatic. her uncle as a person who We really missed not was around a lot. having him around this past "He was everyone's faFather's Day," said Mr. Fos-vorite uncle. He had no ene-ter. mies, didn't hang out, and There are 6 boys among was a generally good person. the 13 children, and the boys That's why this makes no always traveled together. We sense to us ." had planned a trip to Val No arrests have been dosta, Georgia for the 4th of maqe in Mr. Davis's murder July." at this time. Mr. Foster said the fam Winslow Honors Funeral ily has drawn closer, and Chapel in Plant City is assisteveryone is concerned about ing the family with arrangethe welfare of the children. ments for a service. Free Professional Grant Writing Workshop. The West Tampa Com munity Development Corpo ration and the National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Planning will host a free professional grant writ ing workshop in basic grant writing on June 22"d and June 29th from 2 p. m. until 3:30 p. m. at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 East Palm Avenue. Each class will be the same, so please chose which date you plan to attend. It is important that staff, administrators, board mem bers of non profits, faith based organizations, govern ment agencies, and other tax exempt status organizations attend these classes. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-7657. Seating is limited; please send e-mails to wefindgrants@aol.com to confirm a seat and to attain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admit ted without an invitation. Also, please give the date you plan to attend. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Hillsborough Kids, Inc., (HKI) has had the contract to provide services to child wel fare services to Hillsborough County. However, nine chil dren died during a two-year period under their watch. As a result of the deaths, the contract to provide those services was not renewed. In stead, Eckerd Youth Alterna tives '(EYA), Inc. was awarded the contract. Shortly after the agency took over the services, Mrs. Lorita Shirley, Executive Director of the agency began the task of transitioning from one agency to another. On July 1t, EYA will officially take over and provide all child welfare services. EYA will not relocate the services, but will occupy the office space at 9301 N. Florida Avenue, which is the WRIT A SHIRLEY Community Alternatives Hillsborough former location of HKI. The offices will open Monday through Friday from 8 a m. untilsp.m. Mr8. Shirley said in an effort to make the transition as smooth as possible for families, the Case Manage ment Providers or Case Plan duties will not change. 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Mrs. Shirley said par ents and caregivers can ex pect to receive an informational letter during the month of June and July ., that will provide additional E) information about Eckerd. ::::tJ The letter will explain the 6 role the agency is taking, the : hours of operation, leader-m ship structure, scope of service offered, how to access z services and grievance inforJ!! mation. m 71/1-0451R0112 c r r m :::! z ., c m r-c;; :I: m c m < m -t c m C/) c )> z c ., c


N a) FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN The only problem is, by (USPS 202-140) th be I E 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 en lt may tOO ate vezy W Published Every Tuesday and Friday By d }' h Z FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ay YOU lVe Ill a OUSe COV-::l Member of National Newspaper Publishers Assocladon (NNPA) ered by Section 8, use the -, and Amalgamated Publlshers,Jnc. New Vorl<. > c 1990-94 cP nmetntemationat Medicaid plan or carry food Cic( POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: stamps to the store, you are Rorlcla Sentinel Bulletin, en P.O. Box 3383 :r...,ll' FL 33601 in politics. w Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa. FL The lives of all of us are I Gasp, The Food Stamps, Tooill controlled by politics. There are places we can't go, things s. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER E ven in this day we still dical treatment with the bill we can't say and things we c have a lot of potential being paid by Medicaid. On cannot do. Is this freedom? GWEN HAYES, EDITOR voters saving that I the way back home they stop How many restrictions are IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR J HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULAT10N MANAGER don't get involved in politics. by the store to do a little groplaced on us is largely deter-BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA coea, PRODUCTION MANAGER That statement is quickly eery shopping with their mined by those who hold poLAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSII'II!D MANAGER followed up with lame exFood Stamp card. litical offices. And there are Subecripliona-$44.0G-8 Months Both Editions : S87 oo-Per Year Both Editions. OpinioN--on--"'""-G.-Wl1ler8. _,_ ___ ofThe ___ OI1he-. I Mavor Buclhom Does The Right Thing I S orne say he reminds them of a mature James Cagney or Edward G. Robinson. We say current Mayor Bob Buckhorn reminds us of a public servant who has kept his promise to listen to his constituents, especially regarding an across-the-board rollback of fees for the City of Tampa's parks and recreation programs. What most impresses us is the reason our Mayor has given for doing so. Says Mayor Buckhorn, "Despite the city's budget crunch, it's important to me that these programs, activities, and facilities are available and accessible to everyone in our community." 0 He concludes, "The children who are in our parks and C facilities this summer are children who will not be at risk U.. to the temptation of the streets." Such straight forward and sincere comment catches us like a breath of fresh air c( in a political environment. Mayor Buckhorn's promise of a freer parks and recre C ation system includes athletic leagues, which will no g) longer require the double-charge of a recreation card ::::> and a league fee. Park shelters will be made more finan1cially user-friendly for mid-size groups and gymnasium rentals will also be reduced. w > w c w en ::J m ::::> Q. z -J -J ::::> Certainly, we understand, no city can be run by one person, and a mayor's decisions may often not be his or her own. However, we commend Mayor Buckhorn and his Parks and Recreation colleagues for doing the right thing. MLK Parada And Volunteer Ill CIIDPrDIDISIIIIIdld z s someone very dear to us once said, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." Perhaps, our neighbors in St. Petersburg could use that bit of advice as they cur w en C g u.. rently wrangle over whether or not to retain both their Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major for Justice Parade as well as A Day for Volunteerism, or do away with the one and keep the other. State Representative Darryl E. Ronson and parade founder, Sevell Brown, Ill, are locked in animated debate as to which event should be the last one standing. Though we can understand each debater's perspective, we also see a third side, which perhaps, neither of them see or both of them have forgotten. For example, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., is remembered as a man of peace and accord. Therefore, his legacy does not need to be associated with any so-called "fallout after the parade such as fights, stabbings, drinking, public drunkenness, etc.," which parade critics too quickly point out as a byproduct of this nationally touted event. If anything, the politics of parade management should be left in the hands oflocal police, as is the Gasparilla Parade. Furthermore, many options should be considered in order to maintain this St. Pete MLK tradition. For instance, a change in time for the would allow for a half-day of volunteerism or a clio ice of Satur day as a day for volunteerism, might help. Ail-in-all, celebrating volunteerism and holding the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade does not have to be an "either-or" situation. "'t Surely, calmer minds will prevail, and what has be-W come a tradition on the other side of the Bay will conif tinue to be a world-class attraction. cuses like 'my vote won't Don't they realize that folks walking around talking count anyway.' Some turn to Section 8, Welfare Checks, about, they don't get in-the excuse that politics is a Medicaid and Food Stamps volved in politics. racket. are all political? Don't they In today's world, the Still, others play their civic realize that if the wrong peo-choice is simple. Either you duty off by saying they are pie get in office, all of these play the political game or going to do what they want benefits could be gone in the politicians will play it for to anyway. They make these twinkling of an eye? you. Democracy is supposed excuses about politics as they Republicans are out to to be the government of the leave their rented houses take away Medicaid and majority, but because so paid for by Section 8 money. Welfare Checks. But, take a many of us won't exercise They are on their way to their deep breath. The Republi-our civic duty to participate post office box to pick up cans are coming for your... in politics, it is the minority their welfare check. gasp, food stamps, too. I bet that runs the government. Once the check is firmly in you if the Republicans take I say to you, my friend, hand, they stop at the emeraway all of these things, peotalk to me after your food gency room at the hospitals ple will get interested in polstamps and Medicaid are to get their child some meitics. gone. M ention the word "Ragtime," and the movies Ragtime and The Sting immediately come to mind. Indeed, this 19th century music domi nated the music, theatre and entertainment performed between the 1890s and 1920S. The ragtime rhythms of Black minstrel musicals were made famous by the minstrel group Williams (as in Bert Williams) and Walker Company. Said to be one of the_ first widely popular styles of music de veloped in America, ragtime descended from the jigs and march music played by Black bands during that era. Some historians claim ragtime began as dance music in the red-light dis tricts of Black communities in St. Louis and in New Or leans before being published as popular sheet music for piano players. In fact, while Scott Joplin became known as the "father of ragtime," Ernest Hogan is consid ered a "key pioneer" who helped develop the ragtime music genre and coined the word ragtime Hogan published two of the earliest pieces of sheet music, one of which created great contro versy. "All Coons Look Alike To Me," which sold more than a million copies, was one of the compositions written by Hogan. Laced with racial slurs and stereo typed images, the composition fueled an onslaught of derogatory imitation tunes known as "coon songs." Late in his life, Hogan admitted shame and a sense of race betrayal for the song he had composed. Neverthe less, he expressed pride in helping bring ragtime to a larger audience. Characterized as a synthe sis of African syncopation or "ragged rhythm," and European classical music ( espe cially marches by John Philip Sousa), ragtime dominated the New York stage scene. Since music sound recording had not become popular, ragtime music was limited to sheet music for piano players and piano rolls for player pianos. In person, ragtime piano music was usually accompanied by mandolins, banjos or brass even though most ragtime was composed for pianos. Ragtime played a signifi cant role during the silent movies era wherein piano players were hired to play music that complemented whatever movie scenes were being depicted. Piano men traveled from city to city finding jobs in movie theatres. Among the names of mu sicians made popular by their skills for composing and performing ragtime music are Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton, Blind Blake, Eubie Blake, and James Scott. Scott Joplin became famous for the 1899 publication of the "Maple Leqf'Rag," a composition which influenced other ragtime composers. Performers of his composi tions won a Grammy Award (1973) and a Billboard Award (1974). Moreover, ragtime music gave birth to jazz in 1917, which became the music of choice over ragtime. Written for dances called "break down," "clog," "cakewalk" and "Charleston," ragtime became the title for books, movies, and Broadway plays. Video games and cartoons also used ragtime as back ground music. By the way, the term rag time means "ragged time", the syncopated beats that were uneven sounding to ears accustomed to hearing waltz music which was also popular at the time. Haram bee!


HOROS .COPES Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You're finding the good stuff. Experience new joy in the familiar. An undercurrent of emotion brings you closer to true love. There's a beautiful moment. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Accept a generous paymentfor your work; you've earned it. Money is not everything, but it helps Envision a trip you want to make. It's easier than you think. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-There's pressure on you to perform. Rise up to the occasion and be pleasantly A lucky break surprises you. Great abundance can be yours. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -New opportunities are showing up. Don't be afraid to declare what you want. With patience, you may even get more than you bargained for. This could be good. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Do something nice for others and feel proud. Keep track of the details, they're important. Make time for adventure. Follow your heart. Rest when tired. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Focus on detailed chores : Seek i nput from others See where you can cut costs and revise your budget accordingly. Compromise. There's power in the numbers. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Love drops down a special surpri s e Find a spiritual connection with people What you do today has long-term consequences. Listen to those insights. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-The workload is getting more intense but you can handle it. Emotions fuel your efforts. Intuition counts double now Money worrie s are futile. Stay in action. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Romance awaits, but don t overspend. Ittakes two to tango. Play your part. Depend on others and be dependable. Make sure that what you build is solid. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)It's all about family now. Do something your parents, or your children, would be proud of. Abandon an old fear. Rely on a capable partner who shares your motivation. Aries (March 21-April19) You're especially smart. The answer is within reach, just do a little digging. It's a sweet moment for love, so take advantage. You' re fairly irresistible now. Taurus (April 20May 20) -Circumstances turn in your favor. Begin a new art project, even if it seems ambitious. You make it look easy. Love prevails again. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Bill gives an unsuspect ing Liam one last chance to get out of marrying Hope before putting his plan in motion; Ridge comforts a heartbroken Steffy; Hope comes face -tofac e with the father that she never knew Deacon Sharpe. Deacon stays true to his word with Bill; Katie overhears Marcus and Dayzee discussing Bill s plan to sabotage Hope and Liam s wedding; Steffy sits alone at a cafe and recalls the good t i mes she and Liam shared together Hope go es to great lengths to g e t to her wedding on time; Deacon grow s remorseful about his part in Bill s plan; Katie grills Mar cus for details ; Alison puts the finishing touch on Bill s plan. DAYS OF OUR LIVESMadison asks Brady to take a drug test; Victor warns Daniel about Nicole ; Maggie and Victor struggle to work through their marriage; Cameron and Abi gail 's r omance grows. Melanie gets kidnapped; EJ is impacted b y what Will shares with him; Sami isn t pleased to learn that Carrie and Rafe will be working together; Will's pal Neil reveals something that might prove Will's innocence; Lexie grows weaker EJ urges Will to tell the truth about where he really was the night Stefano was shot; Roman is shocked at what Will reveals; Gabi happily tells Andrew that she plans to comfort Chad in the wake of Melanie s departure for Europe. GENERAL HOSPITAL Heather is determined to get a job; Luke and Anna have a surprise; Jason gets support from Monica. Jason apologizes; Lulu and Johnny work on a project; Michael presses Kristina about her project. Kate comes clean; Anna plans a romantic evening; Mac and Felicia have a close moment. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Phyllis' darkest secret is finally uncovered, while Victor leaves Nikki and Sharon in jail. Phyllis' confession horrifies Daniel, while a desperate Genevieve receives help from a surprising source. Abby and Chloe face a crisis with the Arts Gala, while Chelsea's admission to Adam results in disappointment. 'Old-school-cool,' but always fashionable, these three gentlemen struck a pose for the camera. They are: Bill Sims, Romeo Cole and Karate Mack. m U'l


c u. c z cc c en w tw > w c w :::1: en ::::i m 11. z _, _, m _, w z w en 0 _, u. JAVONDASMITH So proud to announce the graduation of Javonda, from South University College Of Nursing, 6-21-12. She is the daughter of Ernest and Mamie Richard, ...,,.,.n .... of 1 and sister of many. Love you girl. leVIMv Punkin llaadla Tums12111 JALENBROWN Jalen, you have been such a joy and blessing to the family! Happy 12th birthday! We love you: Ma, Dad, Dee, Yoggi, Jaz and Niah. WIFE, KAIDYN, KEVIN and MOTHER To the one man in our life that matters the most! I We love you. Happy Father's Day. From, the family. TYRE (UL KING), 'KING', KHALFEANII And 'UL RITA' The part you played in my life can never be fulfilled, no one believed in me like you. I will never again get your great advice, life changing lessons and total support in the good and bad, "you held me down. You 're a great man, son, brother, dad, uncle and homie and most importantly, 'my real friend.' Always was honest and never turned your back on me and I will always honor you and make sure they never forget. I love you Brus, and I'll be forever missing you. Happy Father's Day! Staying lo ya l a,nd true. Lii Sis. R.I.P. Pnut, Bake bean, Von and Trent! Happy Father s Day!! Special shots going out to some real fathers I know!! "Boss, Black Reggie, ToTo, Bolhead, Barry, Wayne, Geeza, Cowboy, Big Boy, Derrick, Terrance and Eric, Trap, Rodshee, Twan, the Carter, Fatty Duke, Gregg, B.I., Lil C, Lil Vence, Chris and Lil Charles and Amp, Putt Putt, Lipps and Ant, Jason and Robert Flecther. Happy Father's Day to "Ricka," father of the year. And special shot out to Rodney Boyd, devoted father, son and brother. And also, Larry Hendricks. I love y'all, Tika. IBPPV Belated Father's Dav BRUCE KIRNFS We would like to send a shout out to the best father in the world. We also would like to wish him a happy belated Father's Day. We love you and always will. Love, your big sister and brother and family. If you want to write : Bruce Kimes, 516963 B-1-113low, 5168 Ezell Road, Graceville, FL, :!_2440. IlPPI Father's oav WILUE WILSON Happy Father's Day, Daddy. I love you. Love, Missy! IIPPV Father's oav PHILUP JOHNSON Happy Father' s Day to the world's greatest father. We love you. FYI omclal Hurricane Guldeslnllable Hillsborough County has released its official Hurricane Guide for this year. The guides are available at various loca tions throughout the community. Hurricane season began on June 1 and will conclude on November 30. To help residents prepare, Hillsborough County has released "The 2012 Hurricane Guide, 71te o.tficial Guide For The Tampa Bay Area., The guide covers all aspects of preparedness ranging from emergency shelters to evacuation zones. It can be found at libraries, post offices, and online. The guides are also printed in English and Spanish. For more information visit the website at http: //www.tbmc.oaftampabaydisasterfhurricaoe pi des2012.sbtml.


_e>_b_a_m_a __ The Obama FamiiV Makes Pres. Obama To Spare Younallleaal Rare Jrip Home To Chicago Immigrants From Deponauon For Friend'S Waddill THE OBAMA FAMILY CHICAGO Sweet home Chicago. President Barack Obama was back in the city for the weekend with his wife and daughters in their first visit in two years to their home as a family After a late night catching up with friends in their Hyde Park neighborhood, the Oba ma.s on Saturday attended the backyard wedding of top White House adviser, Valerie Jarrett's daughter a block from the Obama residence. Neighbors say they're glad to see the return of the president. "I took pictures of every black car in the motorcade and waved to every one of them be cause I didn't know which the president was in," said excited neighbor Mary Ann Smoth ers, who was hoping to catch a glimpse of the president at his home. I want to see the dress First Lady Michelle Obama wears to the wedding tonight," she said Saturday. Laura Jarrett married Harvard Law graduate, Tony Balkissoon. enforcement of immigration plan, illegal immigrants will be laws Friday, offering a chance immune from deportation if ... for hundreds of thousands of they were brought to the II.) illegal immigrants to stay in United States before they the country and work. turned 16 and are younger Immediately embraced by than 30, have been in the Hispanics, the extraordinary country for at least five continstep touched off an electionuous years, have no criminal year confrontation with conhistory, graduated from a U.S. gressional Republicans "Let's PRES. BARACK high school or earned aGED or be clear, this is not amnesty, OBAMA served in the military. They this is not immunity, this is not also can apply for a work pera path to citizenship, this is not deportation. It bypasses Con mit that will be good for two a permanent fix," President gress and partially achieves the years with no limits on how Obama said from the White goals of the "DREAM Act," many times it can be renewed. House Rose Garden. "This is congressional legislation that President Obama said the right thing to do." would establish a path toward the change would become efThe policy change will affect citizenship for young people fective immediately to "lift the as many as 8oo,ooo immiwho came to the United States shadow of deportation from grants who have lived in fear of illegally, but who attend colthese young people." Pres. Obama's New Approach: Bvpasslna Congress WASHINGTON-There's not much President Barack Obama can do to boost the economy in the next five months. But on a range of so cial issues Pres. Obama is bypassing Congress and ag gressively using his executive powers to make it easier for gays to marry, women to ob tain birth control, and, now, young illegal immigrants to avoid deportation. It's a political gamble that might fire up conservatives many of whom remain cool to Republican candidate Mitt Romney. Democrats think it's more likely to inspire enthusi asm among groups that were crucial to Pres. Obama's 2008 victory young voters, women and Hispanics. With a single action, how ever Pres. Obama can allow gays and lesbians to serve openly in the military; direct Catholic-affiliated employer in surance plans to cover contra ceptives; and protect hundreds of thousands of young illegal immigrants from being de ported. Pres. Obama took that last step Friday. It delighted many Hispanic groups while prompt ing Republican officials to grouse more about the process he used than the actual policy. ., r 0 :!! c ,.. en m z ::::t z m r m c: r r m ::::t z "'U c: m r With you when 110!\H: 1\J( lHT<}:\(iE c;; ::z: m c m < m NeighborhoodLIFr" Wam..tb'l'UDolaow To support sustainable homeownership and advance neighborhood stability. the Neig:bhorboofti.JF.l"M program looks to the future by delivering down payment assistance and linancial education to homebuyers.1 Don't miss the Neigbhcrboodl If"rN1 ewn.t, sponsored by Wells F&IgO in col1aboration with local nonprofit organizations. Apply for the Neigbhorboodi 1FT down payment assistance program for up to $15POO per qualified homebuyer. available for a limited time to those who purchase a home in tbe City oTampa2 Learn more about finding and financing a home along with managing the financial responsibilities ofhomeownership Preview area homes for sale Dates: June 2223, 2012 Time: 10:00 a.m. 700 p.m. LocatioD: Tampa Convention Center, West Hall 333 S. Franldin St. Tampa. I1orida. 33602 Free parldDg in dasiguated lots, see website or details. Admission to the event is free! Get more information and register today at: www.neighborhoodlift.com or call866-858-2151 'Ibgether we'll go far -1 c: m en c ,.. z c ., :!! c


Father's oav Not A oav 01 Celebration For All King School Graduates Prepare For Next Journev Q z c( Q en w ;:) t-rt Chardonay and Ikea serve refreshments to the homeless. w > BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer w This past Sunday, fam ily' s :J celebrated Father' s Day all over the country Some cele L brated with their fathers, z while others visited area cemeteries to pay their -1 respects. S But, there was another m group of people where Father's Day was no different than any other day. On Sunday at the Salvation ..... .... n near downtown, more than 100 homeless people stood in line for a free meal, thanks to the gratitude and caring of Cornelius Hamllton (Big Bru), and a group of volunteers "It doesn't matter what holiday it is, for the home less, it's just another day of trying to survive," said Big Bru. "My people only know that they need, and that someone cares enough to offer them something. It' s not always what they want or expect but the y are thankful that someone cares. Big Bru said it s a shame more people aren t reaching out to those who aren't a s fortunate as the rest of us "It doesn't take much to reach down and help some one," said Big Bru. Every Sunday, I prepare a meal to bring up here, and it's just my way for showing the homeless people that not everyone has given up on them." One of the volunteers, Mrs. Hettie Rollins, said she feels blessed to be able to help out. "The joy on the faces of the people when you hand them a plate of food is all the thanks I need. When you give them their meal, they always smile and say thank you I'm thankful to be able to serve them." Another volunteer, Mt. Pleasant AME Church of Keystone ,. ,., Jb Join Us As w. 1 O&th Church Anniversaty June 24, 2012 4:00 pm 9703 Gunn Hwy Odessa, Fl33556 ,___,._ _r:..., ... a..t splllker: REV. IICIIAB. I. PRICE of st. .llmeaAME Cluoh T1111w. ........ 111K ,..., '"* 1r1 &Oil Mil Ftlflt & ,.,.. Jolll14:2 co w Pmiding Bilhop REV. MCKINLEY YOUIG CJ Praicling aM REV. .IMIIY J. THOMPSOfl Chlirpenon -SIS. IIATTIE FORD flEV JEAN DAV I S / Quae'Von Howard, 15, is spending his summer helping feed the homeless. Chardonay, said she enjoys helping out, and plans to do more. "Sometimes, we forget that all of us aren t that far away from where these people are. You can't do this Graduates of King High School received their diplomas and geared up for the next step in their quest for careers (PHO TOS BY BRUNSON) thinking you 're better than King High graduates, Zurisaday Boyte, Aevleen Youse, and they are because it could be Chamaiya Young. you standing in line waiting for a plate of food one day. Big Bru welcomes volun tee r s and anyone else who wants to prepare food and bring it down to the center. Food is served every Sunday, 5 p m at the salvation Army Center on Florida Avenue and Henderson Street In the Father's Day edition of the Sentinel, a error was made in the greeting for Ursula McAllister. It should have read, "To all my sons, Happy Father's Day and also to Calvin O.Engram. We apologize for any inconvenience the error may have caused. Also among the 2012 King High graduation class were: Antonio Turner, Albreana Travan, and Courtney Timmons. Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church 2606 West Grace Street Florida 33607 (813) 879 3964 www. mounttabormb .com Theme : .. The Christian Pastor who is a Spiritual Father" l Thessalonians 2 : 11 Tlnmday, J1111e ll, lOU at 7:lt pa. Reverend Anthony W. Greene, Pastor First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens Tampa:; H. Friday, J..en, lOll at 7:30 p.rD. Pastor Eric Campbell Faith Temple Missionary Church Tampa FL Suaday,Juae24,201l S:te a.aa. Minister Steve W'dliams First Baptist Lincoln Gantens Tampa FL ll:OOaa. Minilter Ricky Boykin1 Fmt Macedoliia Mi11ionar:y Baptilt Church Puota Gorda, FL 3:30 p.lll. Pastor Remer Baker,Ir Shiloh MiPionar:y Baptist Churcll Kissimmee, FL


c Sister Churches Colle Together For Annual Picnic New Life Tabernacle U. P. C. was the host church for the annual picnic. They were joined by Victory Tabernacle, Plant City Apostolic U. P. C., Dephesda U. P. C. and South Tampa U. P. C. The picnic was well attended. (PHOTOS BY SYLVESTER HARRIS) In this photo are Oeft to right): Marvin Whisby, Daniel Davy (Pastor), and Willie Davis. In this photo are Oeft to right): Natallie Davy, Yvonne Davy (First Lady), Ann Campbell, and Ardar Colhower. Guests at the picnic were: Lorraine Boone, Zelan Boone, Rachel Smith, and Elder McGee. Victory Tabernacle picnic servers Oeft to right): Celeste Mullings, Valerie Wilkerson, and Hyacinth Robinson. Pastor Rasheed Collins, center, kneeling, with members of Victory Tabernacle U. P. C. at the picnic. Other guests and members at the picnic were Ally, and Mother Mullins. Members of the welcome team were (sitting): Ann Campbell, Shannon Gyden, Jennifer Johnson, and Kay Duenas. Standing: Miriam Petillo and Kareem Kirk. Not shown, C) Dianne Williams. m CD


N ..... 0 Five Seniors Recipients 01 Memorial ScholarshiP :::) ..., < c (/) w :::) 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, five graduat ing seniors learned t hey were the recipients of the Watts Sanderson, Jr., Memorial Schola r ship. The awards were presented duri n g a cer emony h e l d at the H ill sbor o u gh County Ch il dren's B oard. The o n et i m e sch ola rs hip $ s o o i s give n to g raduat in g se nior s w h o a r e r e g is in an accr e dit e d f aci l ity of hi gher l earn i ng. T h e fiv e recipients are: Ranita J. Findlay, Riv erview High School ; NorEscobales, Jr., Steinbrenner High School; L. Davis, Plant High School ; Nathalie Bazelais, Hill s borough High S c hool ; and Jacob M. Kar gaur, Br a d en River Hig h S c h o ol, i n P asc o C ounty C Noble Anthony Hol ff loway w a s the Master o f Cer e ; Noble Andrew Z Bennett gave t h e in voca ti on < and PP Michael Dozier, rovided the h istory o f the PP Watts Sanderson, r. for whom t h e sc hol ar!ship is named. Dozier also > introduce d t he gues t s peake r. a: w > w c w ::t: (/) The Hono r able Judge Charlene Edwards Hon-eywell, United States Dis trict Judge for the Midd l e District of Florida, was t he keynote speaker. Following the awards presentation, PP Earl Hau gabook, Imperial Dep u ty of the O asis of Tampa, and Il lus t rio u s P oten t ate Noble Byron K. Johnson gave clo si n g r emarks. The sc h ola r s hip w a s named in h o nor o f Pa s t Po t e ntat e Watts Sanderson, Jr. Mr. Sanderson became the principal of Stewart Mid dle School in 1989 He led the school as it transitioned to a middle magnet school and motivated it on its journey from a D school to an A school. Mr. Sanderson s uff e r e d a f atal h e art attack on O c to ber 2 2 2003. On e o f the b u ilding s a t Ste wart was name d the Watts Sanderson, Jr. Science and Technology Building. I n a ddition to b e ing an educator, Mr. Sanderson a l so served as t h e Illustr io u s Po t entate f or H arram Te m ple No 23, Inc., Pri n ce Hall Shriners for the years 1994 a n d 1995. :::i m :::) Prevention & Education .--.... -a. z t= w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z t= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J LL Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation Shown from left to right are: Ranita Findlay, Norberta Escobales, Jr., Tiffany L. Davis, the Honorable Judge Charlene Edwards Honeywell, Noble Byron K. Johnson, illustrious Potentate, Harram Temple No. 23, Prince Hall Shriners, Mrs. Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board member, Nathalie Bazelais, and Jacob M. Kargauer. Sydney Stephe ns, Pharm.D., (center) a recent graduate of the Florida A&M Unive rsity (FAMU) College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, has followe d in the footsteps o f her parents, Greg and Bonita Stephens, both pharmacists. Following the Pharmacists' Oath Ceremony on F AMU's campus, Dr. Stephens is picture d with her cousin, Tyona, sister, Kay la, parents, Greg and Bonita Stephens, and Dr. John J. Scrivens, F AM U Director of Pharmacy Practice. FYI Summer Food Bus Delivers To Migrant Communitv Th e Studen t N u trition S e rvic es Program will l a un ch its food bus" this su mmer The bus will deliver food in m igra nt com m uni ties. Two Hillsborough C o unty Schoo l D is t rict buses began delivering on Monday, June 11 to several areas. The delivery p rog r am will con tin ue until Thursday, August 9 Employees of Stu d ent Nutrition S ervices will set up a canopy at each location next to the school b u s t o serve mea ls. The chil d ren can eat o n t he bus This initiative provides nutr i tionally balanced mea l s t o children up t o the age of 18, r egar dl ess of age, disabil ity, ethnicity, gender, or national origin du r i n g t he sum m er vacati on. Th e em p loyees will serve b rea kfast and lun c h at the specified l o catio ns. Th e first bu s s top is at RCMA Dove r, 3238 Sa n Jose Missi on Road fro m 8 a m t o 8:3 0a.m. for breakfast. Lunch will be provided from 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. The second location is at the RCMA Wimauma Groves 5316A, Sun Paradise Court from 8 a.m to 8:30 a.m. for breakfast. Lunch will be provided from 11 a.m to 11:30 a.m The third location is at the RCMA Grove Point, 129 Laguna Oak PL, Ruskin from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. for breakfast. Lunch will be provided from 12 (noon) to 12:30 p .m. The fourth location is at the RCMA Westside Village, 3102 Sammonds Road, Plant City from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. for breakfast. Lunch will be provided from 12 (noon) to 12:30 p.m.


LocaiF=vents 2 m anendllack Historv Comminee Scholarship Program The City of Tampa Black History Committee held its Scholarship Program last month. In attendance were, from left: Harold Scott, Bobby Bowden, Sonya Little, Chief Financial Officer; and Shirley Foxx-Knowles, City Clerk. (Photo by BRUNSON) Girls Raised In The South ScholarshiP Program When the Girls Raised In the South (GRITS) Scholarship Program was held the guest speaker was Stephanie Wri&ht, left, shown with CaSandra Washington, President. (Photo by BRUNSON) CDC Youth LeadershiP lraduaaon The CDC of Tampa, Inc. Youth Leadership Movement Graduation Celebration was held last month. Atty. Patricia Dawson, left, was the guest speaker. She is shown with Ernest Coney, Jr., CEO/President, CDC of Tampa, Inc. (Photograph by BRUNSON) Sons II Allen Presents Check To Dr. Walter l. Smith librarv c c.. c: z m On hand for the presentation were Stephen Miller, Ill, West Coast Coordinator of the r-SOA, Dr. Walter Smith, Rev. Byron Pressley and Joseph Lundy, board members of the C Special to the SentinelBYDAYLE GREENE The Tampa District Sons of Allen TDSOA (a male men toring initiative of the AME Church) recently presented a check for $soo to support the work of The Dr. Walter L. Smith Library in West Tampa. The group had a car wash and sold picnic lunches to raise the money. The library is a site where the TDSOA holds its monthly meetings. The group is conducting a Summer Basketball League, completing plans for a summer college tour in Florida July 9 and 10, 2012 and is working on raising funds for a spring break college tour to Washington, DC for March, 2013. THE TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES OPENING OF PROJECT BASED WArriNG LIST APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES: 1, 2, 3, and 4 BEDROOM UNITS ONLY: > Gardens at aoua.a.y, 1720 Iouth Lois Aven, Tampa, FL sattl; > Oab lit Riverview 202 East 8roecl StrMt, T_,. FL SHCM; and > Bellllont Height E...._ 2411 East 31st Awrn, ,_.. FL > Ela at Encon, 1210 E. Rlly Charles Aven.. T-.., FL 33101 (Elderly .... This application Is speciftcely far Slbsidized unb In which the rent Is beeed on houMhold Income. Applk;lltiol far theM dewlopmenla can be picked up at the 1ocet1on1 mentioned ebcM, on CM webelte at www.thd.OOI'IIIfon'ns, or. > TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY-1121 WUT IIAIN STREET OR ). WEST TAIIPA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER-2111 N. ROIR AVENUE OR > MY OF THE ABOVE IIENTIOIIED PROPUTII!S Families can submit an applcatlon for .u 01 one d the propet11es by martOOg the appropNitil boxes on lhe application. Felkn to Mlect property wtl eulomdcaly apply the famly to al propertiH. All APPUCAT'IONS, ONCE THOROUGHLY COIIPL.ETED, IIUST BE MAI.ED TO: 1121 WHt"""' Street, T .... FL 334107. HAND-DELIVERED APPUCATIONS WJll NOT BE ACCEPTED AT ANY OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED LOCATIONS. DUPLICATES (COPIES OF} APPUCATIONS WJL.L BE REJECTED/ Applications received wll be euigned a nwnber end then drawn through a lottefy process. THE DATE AND TIME THE APPLJCATJON IS RECEIVED DOES NOT MATTER BECAUSE rr IS A LOTTERY. Once the lottllry Is conducted, ell selected preliminary applications wtn be placed on a weitht speciftc to the properties selected as the lmb of interest if the HUO income guidelines ere not exceeded. AI eligl)le epplicent$ wiD receive a leUer notifying them ct their preilmlnary acceptance. Changea ct address must be made In writing end Slbmltted to the Tampa Houling Authority. FamHies with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodations to receive the U benefit of Ills program mutt submit in writing the requested eccommodation request in order for H to be revie'ftd .. Each property has specific eligibility requirements in order to live in their units Some d these requirements may be: Working, OR in school, OR elderly, OR disabled, pass aedit saeening, or no reoent evictions .** ,.. en m z :::! z m r-m c: r r-gJ z "a c: m r-u; ::::1: m c m -4 c: m en c ,.. z c "" 2J 6 J C) APPUCATIONS WILL CONTINUED TO BE ACCEPTED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! =


The 'Miuhtv Terriers' Hold Graduation cere10onv The 2012 graduation class of Hillsborough High School has received their diplomas, and are now gearing up for a long, hot summer before many of them head off to college or the military. (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) Graduate Jasmine poses with Tiara, Frank, Justin, Ann, Kevin, and Kenny. Clara Angol, Alexis Edwards, and Daisha Adams posed for this photo. Attending the ceremony were: Dr. Williams, Titi, Kemi, Tola, CeCe, Funmi, and Yewy. In this photo are Nathalie Bazelais Jacques Bazelais, Elisabeth Octanen, Johnny St. Felix, Amos Callixte, Naomie Nelson, and Rose Mauder. Artishia James and Najah Feaste are all smiles. Julius and Lenise p ose together. Dejhan Gibson and family. Johnny Wilson and Earl Moore, IV, pose with their families.


Moesha' Star Yvene Wilson Loses Na-Yo Indicted In IRS Goes After R.KeiiV For Her Fight W"llh Cervical cancer To sonuwrnar's $4.8 M In Back Taxes The Twittersphere is mourning the death of for mer 'Moesha' star Yvette Wilson, who played Andell Wilkerson. She was 48 years old. Wilson was suffering with Stage 4 cervical cancer and was in dire need of funds in order to pay her mounting medical bills. Shar Jackson has been sending out tweets asking for prayers for her friend and co star for the last few days: Since that time, the con dolences have been pouring in for Jackson, who played Moesha's best friend Niecy Jackson on the show. Wilson, who also co -YVETTE WILSON starred on 'The Parkers' with comedienne Monique' and such memorable films such as House Party 2," House Party 3 ," and "Friday," was not only battling cancer but has also been plagued with kidney problems and needed kidney transplant as well. Chris Brown Talks To Police About BraWl With Drake The Chris Brown and Drake saga continues! Now new facts have emerged sur rounding the melee that broke out in the wee hours of Thursday morning be tween Brown and Drake's entourages. New York City police in vestigators have questioned Brown and his lawyer has allegedly given them "physical evidence" that Drake ac tually participated in the. fight despite previous re ports that placed him in London. At this time, Brown is a victim not a suspect in the case, according to police of ficials. The R&B performer sustained an open gash to his chin during the fight. Fists, glasses, ice buckets and bottles were reportedly flying all over the place. The incident resulted with 5 peo ple injured Brown's body guard "Big Pat" sustained a serious head injury. The rumor that is swirling as to why the fight ignited is that Drake and Brown had words over Rihanna. The actual fight began when Drake looked pissed" and "serious," and after an unknown provoca. tion a member of his party picked up a bottle and hit Brown directly in the face with it Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos reportedly went to the NYPD on the evening after the brawl took place to give detectives undisclosed evidence that places Drake and one of his reported asso ciates, Meek Mill, at the center of the fight. Geragos alleges that both men were, in fact, the instigators of the battle. There are reports that neither Brown nor Drake CHRIS BROWN vs. DRAKE ever touched each other dur ing the fiasco. Both enter tainers were scurried off the premises before police actu ally arrived. Birdman Defends Drake In Fight With Chris Brown BIRDMAN And DRAKE Birdman is coming to the defense of Drake in his alleged brawl with Chris Brown ,at a New York City nightclub. The Cash Money label head maintained that the 25-year-old rapper did noth ingwrong. Rihanna Claims Not To Know About Drake, Brown Fight When asked about "the fight," the 24-year-old quickly changed the subject. "Pacquiao fight? I didn't finish watchin' RlliANNA it," she said. Once paparozzi directly referenced Chris Brown and Drake's alleged war over her love, she abruptly stopped responding. Hall II Fame R&B singer Ne-Yo was in ducted Thursday into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame, which took place in New York City The 32-year-old song writer, arranger, and vocal ist, who was born in Arkansas but raised in Las Vegas, jump started his illus trious musical career pen ning songs as a teenager. The R&B performer, whose actual name is Shaf fer Smith, was joined by fellow inductee entertain ment legends Bette Midler and Bob Seger in to the prestigious institution, which has recognized accomplish ments in the industry as well as those who are pioneers in their craft since 1969. cosbv savs ave' To 3D-Year 111 As PlaVbov Jazz FestiC BILL COSBY Funnyman, activist, and supreme jazz aficionado Bill Cosby is bidding farewell to his 30-year gig as the host of the world-renowned Playboy Jazz Festival. Cosby took his leave after he emceed the event for the last time during the weekend of June 16 and 17 at the Los Angeles famed Hollywood Bowl venue. The founder of the festival, Hugh Hefner of the Play boy Magazine fame, hired Cosby back in 1979 to host the festivities, which has en tertained an estimated 750,000 people to well more than 500 hours of jazz. Hefner refers to Cosby's contributions to the event as "immeasurable." Cosby got the opportunity to premiere his own jazz group The Cos of Good Music, at the event back in 1995. The jazz group, which switches members from year to year, features musicians that Cosby cherry picks himself. The veteran enter tainer also gets to join the performers as a drummer or conductor. R&B crooner R. Kelly had better "step in the name of the IRS" quickly! The feds are after the performer be cause they claim he owes them a whopping $4.8 mil lion in back taxes. Kelly, whose actual name is Robert Kelly, has report edly been delinquent in filing his taxes since 2005. He has neglected to pay the follow ing tax bills for the allotted years: 2005 $1,472,366.77 2006 $710,520.51 2007$376,180.11 2008 $1,122,694-90 2009 $173,815.18 2010 $992.495-24 The total aniount of monies reportedly owed to the Uncle Sam is $4,848,072. 71. This latest money woe is not the first time the mega hit-maker has had to deal with a major debt. Nearly a year ago it was R.KELLY reported that a foreclosure action was filed against Kelly who owns a Chicago 11,140-square-foot mansion. In March of 1999, J.P. Morgan reportedly gave R. Kelly a $3.5-million mort gage, and in a court filing last year in June, the bank said it was still owed more than $2.9 million and that the singer had not made one sin gle payment in a year s time. It was also alleged that he owed more than $100,000 in property taxes on the home at the time. ., r 0 :::tJ g en m z Latino Actor Esposito Becomes Vicdm otstop-And Frisk' Policv ::! z m r aJ c: r r m Actor Giancarlo Esposito is the latest of many mi norities to have become the focus of racial profiling by theNYPD. Esposito, who co-starred on the cable series Breaking Bad, revealed in an inter view that he was frisked b y NYPD officers while leaving a theater where he was in re hearsals for a play. According to reports, offi cers screamed at Esposito and drew weapons before realizing that they had mis taken him for someone else. One officer was said to have GIANCARW ESPOSITO ::! z "tJ c: aJ r c;; % m c m < recognized him from the m ABC drama Once Upon a ..:t Time. c: I refuse to walk around, m carrying that sack of racist crap, Esposito said ; refus?< ing to give too much detail :J> on the incident. Z c ., Snoop oouu And Wiz Khalila Get Into Character For Mac And Devin ?< Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa take you on set for some sneak peek footage of them transforming into their characters "Mac" and "Devin" for their movieMac and Devin Go To High School. The duo will be dropping the straight to DVD and BluRay movie on July 3rd Wiz Khalifa changes his voice, WIZKHALIFA AndSNOOPDOGG dyes his hair, and covers up his tattoos during his trans formation while Snoop just, well, smokes a lot of weed. 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Tonv Parker lniured In Chris Brown, Drake Brawl In NYC T ONY PARKER Professional basketball star Tony Parker says he suffered a scratched retina on one of his eyes during a New York City nightclub brawl involving singer Chris Brown and mem--hers of hip-hop star fE Drake's entourage. c The guard for the San Z Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball CC Association, wearing dark sunglasses, described the W incident Friday in Paris dur::::). tmg a news con.erence post-> ed on YouTube. He said he ffi expects to be sidelined for > about a week while the French team prepares for the Summer Olympics. Parker said he was wearing a "therapeutic" contac t lens and had to go to an emergency room for treatment after arriving in Paris Parker said: "I was with my friend Chris Brown and me and my friends took some punches, so I'll be missing the start of the French team because I can't do anything for a week excep t keep the lens in and then take drops. Police said Brown, his girlfriend and his bodyguard were among several people injured during the bottle-hurling fight early Thursday at W.i.P in SoHo. Parker said "they started throwing bottles everywhere. I don' t know what happened. At first it was OK, but then it started getting worse and when the plane landed it was really hurting so I went straight to the ER." W---------------------------------------Chad Ochocinco's Grandmother Hospitalized Bessie Flowers, the grandmother of NFL player Chad Oehodnco, is recov ering in a Miami hospital from an unknown illness. Ochocinco, who recently signed with the Miami Dolphins after being released by the New England Patriots, has been spotted going in and out of the Miami hospital where Bessie Flowers is "resting comfortably," according to a source, and has stayed overnight on more than one occasion with his grandmother. The all-pro wide receiver has spoken often of the role Flowers played in raising him. Ochocinco's mother left him with Flowers wheri he was just five years old James Powers Heat Past Thunder For NBAlead LEBRON JAMES LeBron James had 29 points and 14 rebounds and Dwyane Wade finished with 25 points and seven assists as the Miami Heat beat Oklahoma City 91-85 to take a 2-1 series lead in the NBAfinals. Wade sank two free throws with 13 seconds remaining in the fourth quar ter to cap the scoring for the Heat, who are in the finals for the second year in a row and trying to win their first cham pionship since 2006. We had enough stops, enough timely scores and we were still able to get some free throws down the stretch to find a way to grind out a win, Miami coach Erik Spoelstra said. Sour Start Sends woods To sundav13 II Open TIGER WOODS SAN FRANCISCO -What began as a promising quest for a 15th major championship dissolved into disap pointment Sunday for 'Iiger Woods in the 112th U.S. Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. After sharing the 36-hole lead, Woods went backwards the last two rounds. He followed up Saturday's 5-over-par 75 with a 73 Sunday and tied for 21st at 7-over 287, six stJ:okes behind win ner Webb Simpson. "Yesterday, I was just a touch off," Woods said. "That's fine. I'm still in the ballgame Today, I just got off to a horrific start and just never got it going early, and unfortunately I put myself out of it. lalanian Tomlinson Call It Quits After 11 NFL Seasons Head coach Mike Shanahan of the Washington Redskins speaks with LaDainian Tomlinson #21 of the New York Jets after a game at FedExField on December 4, 2011 in Landover, Maryland. The New York Jets defeated the Washington Redskins 34-19. SAN DIEGO LaDainian Tomlinson's brilliant NFL careerl offi cially ended when he cere moniously rejoined the San Diego Chargers for a day. The Chargers said Sunday that Tomlinson, who was the NFL MVP in 2006 with San Diego and is the fifth leading rusher in league history, re-signed with the team on Monday and then announced his retirement. Tomlinson was drafted in the first round by San Diego in 2001 and became one of the biggest stars in team history, helping revive the Chargers after the dev-astating Ryan Leaf years and turning them into a force in the AFC West He spent the first nine years of his career in San Diego He played the last two seasons with the New York Jets. Tomlinson won the MVP in 'o6, when he set NFL single-season records with 31 touchdoWns, including 28 rushing, and 186 points. He ran for a career high 1,815 yards that year, giving him the first of two s .traight league rushing titles. Tomlinson finishes his career with 13,684 yards and 145 touchdowns. Shock Plaver savs God Told Hill To Stan Fire A pro football player who leapt from his burning third floor apartment in Liberty Lake Thursday said he start ed the blaze with a marijuana blunt because God told him to, authorities say. Kevin Marcus Ellison, 25, a starting linebacker/ defensive back for the Spokane Shock arena football team, initially told firefight ers that he'd been smoking in bed, but evidence collected at the scene didn t match that explanation, said Spokane Valley Fire Marshal Kevin Miller. Ellison was arrested dur ing a follow-up interview at Deaconess Medical Center where he was being treated for smoke inhalation. "We were looking for smoking materials," Miller said "We ruled out any acci dental cause. No other injuries were reported in the blaze which Miller said was spotted about 5:30 a.m. by firefight ers headed to an unrelated emergency call. The fire crew radioed for reinforcement KEVIN EU.ISON and diverted to the massive Big Trout Lodge apartment complex, where they found flames coming from the third-story unit. Liberty Lake police officers helped evacu ate the complex. According to court docu ments, Ellison was at the hospital when he told Spokane Valley Deputy Fire Marshal Clifton Mehaffey that he'd set the fire with a cigar "because 'God' had told him to set the bed on fire. Mehaffey said Ellison stopped talking to him after he called a family member and was advised to get a lawyer.


Sports Kallen Winslow Jr.: 'I would Taka A Bullet For' Raheem Morris KELLEN WINSWW And RAHEEM MORRIS Kellen Winslow Jr. has had plenty of time to settle in with his new team in Seattle but he's still talking about his exit from Tampa Bay. Winslow, appearing in a YouTube video posted by new Seahawks teammate Michael Robinson on h i s W e b s i te realrobreport.com says that he had to depart when new coach Greg Schiano took over the Buccaneers. "Schiano came over there and he (yelled) 'Toes on the line! Toes on the line!' Blowing the whistle. You can t laugh. You can' t joke around, Winslow said. "So, I decided not to go to OTAs. They got my man Rah (ex coach Raheem Morris) up out of there, and I was loyal to him. I would take a bullet for that dude. So, I had to roll." NFl's 'Pacman' Jones To Pav $11.6 Million For las Vegas Shooting ADAM "PACMAN" JONES CLEVELAND -A Nevada jury has ruled that Cincinnati B engals defensive back Adam "Pacman" Jones must pay $11.6 million to three plaintiffs for his role in a 2 007 shooting incident at a Las Vegas strip club. The Clark County jury on Friday awarded Thomas Urbanski $9.6 million in compensatory damages for a gunshot injury that left him paralyzed from the waist down, according to online court records. Urbanski was the manager of the Minxx club. Aaron Cudwort, a bouncer at the club, was awarded $1 million in com pensatory damages and $6oo,ooo in punitive dam ages for injury in the shoot ing Urbanski's wife, Kathleen, was awarded $750,000 for loss of consor tium The awards stem from an altercation in February 2007 when Jones, who was with the NFL's Tennessee Titans at the time, was in Las Vegas during the National Basketball Association s All Star weekend California Files Tax lien On Chris Webber CHRIS WEBBER Not you too C. Webb!? The State of California has filed a $119,000 tax lien against Chris Webber for failure to pay taxes from part of 2008 and all of 2009. The Fab 5 member and former #1 NBA Draft pick initially owed $81,427 but that ballooned thanks to $25,875 in penalties and $11,629 in iilterest. The Detroit native currently works as an analyst for NBA-TV and TNT. Fans recently caught throwback footage of Chris Webber playing against the 1992 Dream Team in the NBA TV doc The Dream Team. Webber, along with primetime players like Jamal Mashburn and Grant Hill were part of the select team of college players chosen to play against the Dream Team. Webber dropped a rap album in 1999 called 2 Much Drama and has also placed his production on not one but two Nas joints ( "Blunt Ashes," "Surviving the Times"). Webber seems to be doing well enough financially so hopefully this could be a case of a misplaced bill. We hope. Venus And Serena Williams Make ESPN's list 01 Top Female Athletes VENUS Wlll.IAMS AND SERENA Wlll.IAMS Venus and Serena Williams have made ESPN's greatest female athletes of all time. The list commemorates the passage of Title IX established in 1972 the law prohibited dis crimination on the basis of sex for participation in any education program or activ ity receiving Federal financial assistance. The law opened the door for girls to compete in sports at the school level. The passage of Title IX was the genesis of what would become a wave of dynamic and talented female athletes that would go on to make tremendous strides in the field of athlet ics and become some of the most exciting athletes in the world. Ravens lB Suggs Still Expects To Plavln2012 TERRELL SUGGS OWINGS MILLS, Md. -When he tore his right Achillies tendon in April, Terrell Suggs spoke opti mistically about returning to the Baltimore Ravens as soon as November. The five-time Pro Bowl linebacker had surgery on May 8 and recently discarded his crutches, yet the slow pace of his rehabilitation has made him realize that he will almost certainly be sidelined longer than originally antici pated. "We're just going to see where we land," Suggs said Thursday after the team's final minicamp session. "Maybe we were shooting too / far. We'll see." AUTY UNUMII ED A LIVIA Please behave yourself as we show you this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Alivia. This young lady is even more attractive in person, and she definitely is confident about the direction her life is going. Alivia enjoys spending 'time with her friends, and although she is humble, she also has no problem being the center of attention. Alivia believes the truth always speaks for itself, and the pretenders always fall by the side along the way. When it comes to the man in her life, Alivia said he must be real, no jokers. He also must be compassionate, caring, spiritual, ambitious, and respectful. Congratulations to Alivia as this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture. One Click. Job Resources. Real Results. HIR ........ EmployFiorida.com 1-88&-FLA-2345 m en c c.. c: z m ...... CD N 0 ..... N ., 5 :a 6 )> en m z z m r-aJ c: r rz "0 c: aJ c en :::t m c m < m :a < -1 c: m en c )> z c ., :a c G) m ..... en


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JOHNNIE BLOUNT, JR. 6/19/1956 -1/22/2011 Dad, i t's been a year, but i t seems like more. Happy birth d ay. We love and miss you: your Mini-Me, "Zsa-Zsa;" grands, Zavi'Era and Damon'Tae Blount, Dominique and Gio' Vanni; and also Sweet Lady "J." REMEMBERING OUR DAD ON FATHER'S DAY KENNETH RICHARDSON, SR. If we could write a story, it would be the greatest ever told of a kind and loving fa ther, who had a heart of gold. If we could write a million pages, but still b e unable to s a y, jus t how much w e love and miss him, every single day We will remember all he taught us, we're hurt but won' t be sad because he'll send us down the answers and he'll always be our Dad. Love, Shica and Buddy. BURIAL INSURANCE Ftltrlla Cost ........ $7,800 .. $10,000. PnltMt '-tel w.,. Cal low Fer Yallr FREE In Home Chlole. Plans Starting At Only $20.00 Per Month Local IN LOVING MEMORY OFMYDIDIND HIPPY FATHER'S DAY, DADDY Popular West Tampa Resident Dies MR. JOHNNIE BLOUNT, JR. Happy Father' s Day to my dear, loving father that I truly love and miss so much. "Zsa-Zsa" your baby girl, grandchildren, Zavi'Era and Damon'Tae Blount; Zsa Zsa' s mother, Sweet Lady "J," Do minique Plair and Gio'Vanni. We all love and miss you. mRm-DERR& ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Raymond Brunson, Tampa. GUDES FUNERil HOME Mr. Freddie Mitchell, Tampa. Mr. Nathaniel Samuels, Tampa. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, a lifelong res ident of West Tampa and for mer resident of the Bethune H i -Rise died following a bri ef illness. He was 70 yea rs old. Mr. George W Green a.k.a. "Mr. George," was popular in the West Tampa area, where he lived his entire life, his sister, M r s Gwen dolyn Williams said. M r s Willi ams said her brother became ill and was taken to St. Joseph s Hospital tw o weeks ago. He remained in the ho s p i t al for a wee k a nd then tra ns f e rr e d to Whi s p e ring Oaks Nursing Facility. He d i ed a week later A Tampa native Mr. Green attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He began high school at Blake High School but didn t graduate. Mr. Green entered the workforce and worked for se veral companies during hi s lifetime. Mrs. Williams sa id He w a s known for his fun -fille d at titud e amon g hi s famil y and fri e nds." H e als o w a s a form e r m e m ber of N e w Lif e Miss ionary Bapti s t Church w her e h e served on variou s a uxiliari e s At th e time of h i s d eath, h e w a s National M R. G E ORG E W. GRE EN Jan. 1 5 1942 to June 1 6 2012 visi ti ng chu rches in t he area, but had not joine d ano t her, she said Mrs. Williams sa id h e r brother loved to p l a y dom in oes and he was an avid r ea der. Mr. Green was the son of the late William "Buddy" Green and Mrs. Willie Mae Green, (who died six months ago). Mr. Green is survived b y two children two b r othe rs, two sisters and numerous grandchildr e n a nd g reat grandchildren. His fun e ral will take p l ac e on Saturday, June 23 at Mount Tabor Missi on ary Bap tist Church at 11 a.m. Ra y Williams Fune r a l Hom e i s in char g e of handling arr ang e ments RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAl HOME BuHalo Surgeon Found Dead From Selt-lntlicted Gunshot wound Ms. Willene Eaton, Tampa. Mr. George Green, Tampa. Ms. Mabel Moody, Land O 'Lakes, F L. Ms. Rosetta Sims, Tampa. STONE'S MEIORW FUNERil HOME Mr. Paul D. Coney, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAl HOME TIMOTHYV. JORDEN And JACKIE WISNIEWSKI Mr. Thomas Farrington, Tampa. Ms. Ella A. Thompson, Tampa. Timothy V. Jorden, the Buffalo surgeon suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend, Jackie Wisniewski, was Voters Registration-You have Until Oct'. 91-h. To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct'. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Election Nov. 6 found dead near his home from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Friday. While on the run, the for mer Army man was consid ered armed and dangerous. Jorden was reportedly found wearing scrubs when police found his body beside a creek near his Lakeview, N.Y. home. Police identified the trauma surgeon by his tattoos. They would not dis close where he shot himself. Jorden was wanted in con nection with the murder of his girlfriend Wisniewski, 33, who was shot dead Wednesday morning on the floor of the Erie County Med ical Center.


Nationa c m Parents Charged With Rodnev ling Altegedtv Drinking And Smoking Before He Drowned RODNEY KING Rodney King, 47, had been drinking all day and smoking marijuana at his Rialto, California home in the hours before his death, according to his fiancee, Cynthia Kelly, who was a juror in King's lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles in 1994. Kelly said she went to bed at 2:00 a.m and was awakened at approximately 5:00 a.m. by King screaming in the backyard. According to sources, "he was naked and banging on the glass, so she called out to him, "What's wrong, Rodney?" She left to get her phone to call whom is unknown -and once her back was ........ CEO/Presldelt turned, she heard "a loud splash." Kelly quickly ran over to the pool and saw King at the bottom of it. She called police at approximately 5:25 a.m. who upon arrival attempted to resuscitate him until paramedics arrived. He was pronounced dead at 6:11 a.m. at Arrowhead Regional Hospital, said Rialto, California police Lt. D e a n Hardin. According to King' s friend, Damo n Feldman, he spoke to Rodney around 4:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon. He was allegedly in a good mood, discussing his revitalized boxing career and an upcoming celebrity matchup against J ose Canseco that was to be announced d uring a June 29 press con ference. Police report that K elly said King was an "avid swim mer" and that they did n o t see any sign of foul play or drug paraphernalia. According to CNN, his death is being treated as a drowning and an autopsy will be performed on his body by the The San Bernardino County coroner within 48 hours. GOP Arizona Radio -Host: 'Obama Is The FintMonllev President Barbara Espinosa, radio h o s t of Arizona's "Hair o n Fire" called Presid e n t Barack O bama the n ation's "first m onkey presid e nt" live o n the air. In response to a caller named Richard who was rambling on and o n about h o w he calls the p resi dent "Rabbit Ears," and saying thafhe would like t o know who actually voted for "the idiot" in the White House who is trying to destroy the country, Espinosa chimed in with; "Well, I don't call him "rabbit ears," I call him a monkey," she said. "I don't believe in calling him the first Black president, I call him the first Monkey president." You can hear the rumbles of disbelief behind her and a caller named J o e let her know just how much of an idiot she sounded. Finding And Killing z Under-Age Daughter's Pimp B arry Gilton and Lupe Mercado stand accused of tracking their 17-year-old daughter's pimp, Calvin Sneed 22, across the state of California and shooting him to death. The couple allegedly first attempted to kill Sneed in North Hollywood; when that failed, they alleged tried again in Candlestick Park near their home in San Francisco. Sneed was driving when he was struck by a bullet t o the head and drove into a parked car. He later died at a local hospital. Sneed officials said, was gunned down in his car on June 4 at 2 a.m. by Gilton, who allegedly fired CALVIN SNEED a -40-caliber weapon from a silver Mercedes-Benz SUV. "We have substantial evi dence to believe that this was a premeditate d event," Dist. Atty. G eorg e Gascon said Thursday Cop Kills Unarmed Woman In Car Chase Shantel Davis, a 23-yearold Brooklyn woman, was shot dead by a New Y o rk City police officer on Thursday She was unarmed when offi cer Phillip Atkins, 44, shot her in the chest during the chase. The incident took place around 5:40 p .m. after cops saw Davis in a gray Toyota Camry she reportedly carjacked on June 5. The New York Police Department says that Davis ran several red lights and crossed a double r yellow line to pass cars before 0 running into a minivan. When two cops )It approached the vehicle, en Davis attempted to escape from the passenger side front :::! door. Wheri thatattempt i!ij failed, she reportedly tried to r kick the car in reverse. al c Officer Atkins got inside of r the vehicle while Davis was trying to reverse it with his gun in hand. :::! z "0 c al c (/) % m c m < m c m (/) C -,.. z c ::D c lllr tiiiii-IIIIIIM & 111111111111'1 11 IIJ arasllcellllll.-2110. Ci) m -.....


Man Accused II Having Sex With Underage Runawav EDWIN SANCHEZ Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 20-year-old man Monday morning on charges that he had sex with a 14-year-old runaway. Deputies said Edwin Jesus Sanchez was charged with lewd and las civious battery. Sanchez, a convenience .store cashier, was released after posting a bond of $7,500. Deputies said Sanchez had sex with the girl eight or nine times between June gth and Friday, even though she told him she was 14, according to deputies. On June 11th, the victim had been reported as a run away. Bullets Riddle Downtown Hotel ST. PETERSBRG St. Petersburg Police reported that several shots were fired into the Williams Park Hotel Saturday night following an argument outside in damage. that turned violent. Police said an argument between a man at the hotel and a group got physical short after 9 p. m A member of the group reportedly aimed a gun at the man and the hotel and started shoot ing, police said If Police said no one was c hurt, but bullets shattered a Z large window, several glass doors, and damaged walls in ic( the hotel's lobby. The man ager of the hotel told police the shooting caused $7,000 .... Police have not identified anyone involved in the fight or made any arrests. The incident remains under investigation. ii: w > w 00 .,... UNCLE SANDY What's left to believe 2, 4, 7, 9 when the truth 12, 15, 18, becomes a lie 24, 28, 30, 33 and the lie becomes 37, 39, 46 the truth 48, 50, 51, 55. RE ON 221-1800 1461 TIIIPI Park Plaza @ Nebrasllalve. & sc a St. T"C .. .. g :;1 3 Jt, er S 3"1 d::: 5 C" .. :: ":; :JSCC .. 3:.8-. E:t:) e: : .. :c ... ; se": .c .. FPE:: ::" C"' .. J :J' :"s J":: Authorities Arrest10 In Druu Dealer Crackdown PINELLAS COUN1YThe Pinellas County Sheriffs Office, Largo Police Department, and St. Petersb:urg Police Department report the arrest of 10 people in a crackdown on drug dealers. The three agencies participated in the operation between 5 p. m and 1 a. m Friday that started in the Coral Way neighborhood off Ulmerton Road, west of Belcher, and the moved into other areas and complexes. Authorities conducted an investigation and met with community members who had concerns about drug problems and criminal activ ity in their neighborhoods months before the operation. The 10 arrests resulted in 23 charges, two citations, one weapon seized, and one deportation. Authorities did not release the names or ages of the suspects arrested in the operation. 1-Year-Oid Witnesses His Father Commit Murder /Suicide On Friday, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies reported that a 7-year-old boy watched his father shoot his mother and then himself in the parking lot of a restau rant Deputies said Guillermo Garcia, 38, met Okariny Diaz, 33, at the Village Inn at 8602 North Dale Mabry to their son. Deputies said he the couple got into an argument, and Garcia pulled out a gun, shooting Diaz several times before shooting him self. Both were pronounced OKARINY DIAZ dead at the scene. Deputies said Garcia dropped off their son, and the boy had gotten into a van where Diaz was sitting. When the shooting occurred, the van was also occupied by a 10-year old girl, two 14-year-old girls, and two adults. The other children weren' t related to Diaz, deputies said. Deputies said Garcia is from Pembroke Pines in Broward County, and was returning his son after the boy had visited South Florida. He drove to the restaurant, and parked in the back parking lot next to Diaz. Couple Gets 15 Years On Gun Charge Last week, U. S. District Judge James D. Whittemore sentenced a man and woman to fifteen years in federal prison on a gun charge. Judge Whittemore also ordered them to serve a five-year term of supervised release upon completion of their prison sentences Court documents showed that Leonard Smith so, and 43-year-old Rhonda Parks were each to fifteen years in prison for being felons in possession of a firearm. Smith and Parks both pled guilty in March 2012. According to court docu ments, on July 13, 2011, an anonymous caller provided informatien to the Tampa Police Department's Rapid Offender Control (ROC) LEONARD SMITH Squad regarding criminal activity taking place at a Tampa motel on Nebraska Avenue. Officers responded and observed Smith and Parks together at the motel. The officers watched them exit a room at the motel. During a search of the motel room, officers found a small RHONDA PARKS amount of crack cocaine, some counterfeit crack cocaine, and a loaded .22 caliber Beretta pistol. Both Smith and Parks admitted to possessing the gun. Smith and Parks are both previously convicted felons, and therefore prohibited from possessing a firearm or ammunition.


II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, JUVENILE DIVISION FFN: 512278 CASE ID: 1 o-490 Division C IN THE INTEREST OF: J.G.WIM DOB: 11/19/1999 MINOR CHILD NOTICE OF AN ADVISORY HEARING ON A TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS PROCEEDINGS FAILURE TO PERSONALLY APPEAR ATTHE ADVISORY HEARING CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS OF THIS CHILD. IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR ON THIS DATE AND TIME SPECIFIED, YOU MAY LOSE ALL LEGAL RIGHTS AS A PARENT TO THE CHILD NAMED IN THE PETITION ATTACHED TO THIS NOTICE. TO: Katrina Gleason Last Know Address: 5002 Williams Road, Lot #16 Seffner, FL 33584 Legal Mother J.G. DOB: 11/19/1999 YOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Petition for Termination of Parental Rights has been filed in the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, Juvenile Division, alleging that the above-named child is dependent child and by which the Petitioner is asking for the termination of parental rights and permanent commitment to the child to the Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. YOU ARE HEREBY notified that you are required to appear personally on the 25th day of July 2012, at 9:00 a.m., before the Honorable Manuel A. Lopez, at the Hillsborough County Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, 3rd Floor, Division CCourtroom #310, Tampa, Florida 33602, to show cause, if any, why parental rights shall not be terminated and said child shall not be permanently committed to the Florida Department of Children and Families for subsequent adoption. You are entitled to be represented by an attorney at this proceeding. DATED this .14lh day of June 2012. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /w PAM MORERA DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified ma i l notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on July 11, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are i n violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to d i scuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person dec i des to appea l any decis i on made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need t o ensure a verbatim record o f the proceed i ngs i s made which record includes the testimony and ev i dence upon whi ch the appeal is to be based. CASE t 11V7 BRAVO MANUEL 0 2 139W.SAINT JOHN ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-2 34 19-46. 19 -49 & 19 50 BOU TON AND SKINNER S ADDITION TO W EST T AMPA LOT 21 BL OCK 11 AND S !'.! OF C L OSED AL L EY ABUTTING ON 1 77541 0000 CASE t 11233ft PEASE DARIEN J SR 8207 N OLA AVE TAMPA, FL SE CTI ON S : 19-5 A & B P UR ITY SPRINGS HEIG HTS NO I LOT 4 BLOCK 11 100775 0000 CASE t 11 BOWEN, JOSEPtl 8511 N ASHLEY ST., TAMPA, FL S E C TION : 19-49 MANOR HILLS SUBDI VI S I ON LOTS 41, 4 2 AND 43 BLOC K 6 1 00001.0000 CASE 111 2111117 II HOMES OF TAMPA LLC IIOYA BONIFACIO II-REG AGENT W WALHUT ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-231 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF AOO I TION S TO WEST T AMPA 215FT OF LOT 3 AND LOT 4 BLOCK61 1 79744 0000 CASEt12-oo987 LANE SUSAN 2 1 1 4 W POWHATAN AVE TAMPA ,FL S E CTI O NS : 19-46, 19-49, & 19 H A MNER 'S MAJROY B RENMAH LOT7 BLOCK 3 I 04403 0000 CASE DONALD SPtCZKA IREV RUST DATE 1-14-11 % CHARLES BERTHOLF TTE 8301 E EL PORTAL OR. TAMPA, F L SECTIONS : 1 9-26 & 19-49 W IL MA LOT85&86&WI'.! CLOS E D ALLEY A BUTTING ON E 101404 0000 CASE t SHELLEY, R\ITll II. 8003 N OLA AVE ., TAMPA, FL SECTION S : 19-4 7 19-49 & 19-233 PARKVIEW ESTATES REV I SED PLAT OF L O T 1 6 BLOCK C 1 00890 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26 FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK BLICATION DEADLINES uesaav Edition Th&nday 0 12:00 P.M. Frldly Ecltlon Monday 0 12:00 P.M. CLASSfiED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each nme You Publish Your Ad Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned des i ring to engage i n business under the f icti tious name of Tampas' Regional Transportation System located at 7316 South O'Brien Street, i n the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa. Florida 336161ntends to reg i ster the said name wit h the Divis ion of Corporations of the Florida Department of State Tallahassee Flor i da Dated at Tampa. Florida, th i s 8!h day o f June, 2012. Sole Owner(s) Cecelia Omega Daniels c! m en 0 t.. c: z m '11 ..... 0 :::D en m z :::1 z m ..... 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The Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement) must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on June 27, 2012. After this date an award will be made. Responses to this notice will be used to determine whether bona fide competit ion exists. Send written responses to the Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement), 601 E. Kennedy B lvd., County Center, 18th Floor, Tampa Florida 33601, Attention Denise Vasquez or FAX to (813) 272-6290 For further information call (813) 301-7097 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BUSINESS AND SUPPORT SERVICES DEPARTMENT PROCUREMENT SERVICES DIVISION REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will rece ive sealed bids and/or proposals for the following until the stated date and time when th ey will be publicly opened JULY 3 2012-2:00 PM ITB-P-0240-0-2012/JW, THREE (3) WHEELED FORKLIFT **** Information on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www .hillsb oroughcounty .org/procu rementserv ices. This is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchas ing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commiss i oners Business and Support Services Department Procurement Services Division, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida 33602, (813} 272-5790, during regular business hours ED! 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