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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area an's SEE STORY ON PAGE 10 BUCS' HEAD COACH AWARDS $10,000 IN BOOK SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDENT-ATHLETES Tampa Bay Buccaneers Head Coach Raheem Morris presented "Bucs For Books" scholarships to five Hillsborough County student-athletes attending Title I high schools. The selected students were chosen from an application process through the United Negro College Fund. The presentation was made during the 25th Annual Wilkes & McHugh UNCF All-Star Basketball Classic earlier this month at Jefferson High SchooL The scholarships, totaling $1 0,000; will assist the students with book scholarships for 4 years of college. From left to right are: Sherry Paramore, Area Development Director, UNCF, Orlando; Joanna Greber, Brennica Marlow, Middleton High senior with a 5.5 GPA; Naphtali Gilot, a senior at Lennard High School, 4.2 GPA; Coach Raheem Morris; Tenoderick Bunts, a senior football and basketball player at Tampa Bay Tech with a 4.1 GPA; Michael Kinsey, Jr., a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School, 3.8 GPA; Francisco Hernandez, a senior at Alonso High School, 3.7 GPA; and Blake Guthrie. (Photo by Ricky Roberts) Obam: 'It Was Tbe Right Vote' SEE PAGE 3 Soldier Jailed For AHempted Murder, SEE PAGE 16 Magnet Students Find Success As Artists SEE PAGE 9 Man Killed In Domestic Dispute SEE PAGE 16

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.... Features C'? N :I: (.) a: <( :E > <( c CJ) UJ :::> 1-c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w .:::> 1-w > w c w :I: CJ) ::::i m :::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m I ..J w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 9 LL Woman With Kidnev Disease Completes Medical Training Course 2 3 4 TANYSHA PITTS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In honor of National Kid ney Month, Fresenius Med ical Care conducted a nationwide search of more than 130,000 patients through more than 1,700 fa cilities for 31 outstanding and inspirational dialysis patents. These patients were recognized for living their lives to the fullest while man aging a chronic illness. One of the patients selected included 33-year-old Tanysha Pitts, who is a full time student and active community member while sustaining her night-time dialysis treatments. By switching to night-time treatments in 2008, Pitts was able to free up her days to dedicate her time to her studies as a medical assistant and volunteer in the commu nity. As an African American woman, Pitts understand that minorities are at a higher risk than the general population for Chronic Kid ney Disease . and she takes an active role 'i'n encouraging other patients to research AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee -._ Investigators -If there is a dispute 9n_ how the ac: cident occured, , Transportation Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week dialysi s treatment options, including trying th e night tim e program. Pitts said s h e was 1 4 when first diagnosed with th e kid ne y probl em. I didn t get depr esse d abou t it then, and m y parents were very supportive. It re a ll y didn t affect me until I reached my mid-2os. That's when I realized how the ai l m e nt limited some of the things I enjoyed doing "It took me 18 months to realize I could beat this, return to school, and still travel. I just decided I wasn't going to allow this to beat me. Pitts said for anyone else going through this, she would encourage them to do as much as they can for oth ers, keep moving, and keep striving. "Whatever you do, don t dwell on it. Have as normal a life as possible. Pitts completed her intern ship last Tuesday and is now officially a medical assistant. -Stephanie Hull, Area Manager with Fresenius Health Care For Tampa, said the hardest thing for anyone with CKD is for them to lose control of the things they normally do. "Going through dialysis can be traumatic for some until they workthrortgh the emotional and physical part of it "The fact Ms. Pitts has taken control of her life and didn't allow this to take over life proves it can be done and is very inspiring." Pitts said she hopes her success will help encourage others suffering from CKD ''You have to be Strong to overcome any traumatic ex perience. I belleve people are a lot stronger than they know, and iflife is important to them, they will do what ever it takes to prolong their lives." College Financial Aid Workshop Set Members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advance ment Foundation, Inc., Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, will pres ent a Free college financial aid workshop on Thursday, April 8th, from 6 p.m until8 p.m. The workshop will be held at the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority House, 412 E. 7th Avep.ue. The workshop is for 10th, uth and 12th grade stll,dents. All at tendees must reserve space for the workshop by the Thursday, April l 't, deadline. To make reserva ti ons contact Ms. Regina Lock-Depass at (813) 814 3958; or Ms. Tierra Smith at sm ith tierra@yahoo. com Cultural Center Announces Open House Event THE MOSES HOUSE LANCE ARNEY BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter For decades, Taft Richardson had been a cr:eative artist, doing things with bones no one else ever dreamed off. Because he had compiled such an array of artistic pieces, he and his brother, Harold, sought to establish a museum to display his craft as well as other African Amer ican art. A lack of support caused that idea to never hap pen. The museum was to be named Moses House, and before all of the pieces could be put tbgether for a mu seum, Taft Richardson passed in 2008 from prostate cancer . He wa,s 65. His brother, along with Lance Arney sought sponsors and a sight for the museum in honor of Taft, and were fortunate to have a building on River Cove Street in Sulphur Springs donated to them. On Saturday, April 3rd from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m., "The Moses House, A Cultural Center For Social Justice," will ha_ve an open house to show off their new home. The mission of The Moses House is to enrich the lives of children and youth through creative expression, cultural TAFT RICHARDSON '."f activism, social justice education, digital media, and com munity-based research. The building at Mann Wagnon Park, 1101 East River Cove Street, had to be renovated before the art pieces and other artifacts could be moved inside, and now they are ready to show it off to the public. "If Taft were living today, he'd be honored and humbled with aid naJ."o1d; "He really enjoyed his craft and passed it on to his children grandchildren. It was something he did all the time, because his spare time was anytime he could work." Of his brother, Harold said Taft continued to work on his art as he battled prostate cancer and only stopped when the ailment took him off his feet. "We are blessed to have Lance," said Harold. When he came along, he made our dreams a reality, and we owe so much to him. Our family is very proud of what Lance has done for. Moses House, and :now we can get started making Taft's dream a reality." For more information about Moses House, visit their website at wW'w.th emose shouse.org, or contact them by e -m ail at Moses.House @gmai l.com.

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Features Health Care Reform: Obama savs House Made 'The Right Vote' PRES. BARACK OBAMAAnd V.P. JOE BIDEN WASHINGTON The House passed on Sunday the Senate's health care reform bill and a package of measures meant to reconcile differences between the Senate bill and the one it passed last year. Here's the latest on what's happening: 11:48 p.m.: President Obama says that the_House's vote on health care "wasn't an easy vote but it was the right vote." Speaking from the East Room of tile Whit'e House, the."pres1. de,nt, who made health care re, form a priority .for his administration, said the vote wasn't a victory for a political party but for the American peo ple. Obama said the reform plan won't fix everything wrong with the nation's health care system, "but it moves us decisively in the right direction." 11:30 p.m.: The House has passed the package of fixes meant to reconcile differences between the bill the House passed last year and the Senate bill -it passed earlier Sunday night. Those vote was 220'"211. : The 'senate would vote t6 ap prove the changes to its bill this week by a simple majority vote Woman To Seek Supervisor 01 Elections Post MS. JACKIE BEIRO ... Seeks Supervisor of Elections Post Last Friday, a Tampa woman filed for the Office of Hillsbo rough County Supervisor of Elections. The seat is currently being filled by a gubernatorial appointee who must be elected by' voters. Ms. Jackie Beiro, 54, is the first' American woman to seek the office. She stated that she had originally filed to seek a position on the Hillsbo rough County School District Board. "I had been watching to see if anyone was going to file to run for that position and no one had. "I am passionate about voting and I feel that people should first time she has sb ught elec ted office. But, she brings more than 30 years of experi ence worki ng e l ections and -serv.ing q.s campa ign managers. She is the owner of At Your Service Travel Agency. A native of Easton, PA, Ms. Beiro said she first came to Tampa in 1978. 'She returned home to attend to her terminally ill mother and it was at that tim e, she developed a de sire to become a pilot. She returned to Tampa after her mother passed. "I was looking for something intense that would get my mind off of my mother' s condition." She learned the technique and said today, she has a Commer cial Multi-Engine License and serves as a Flight Instructor. She is currently working to wards obtaining a Master's De gree in Public Administration. Ms. Beiro is married to Mark Beiro and the mother of an adult son. HART CEO Stepping Into Communitv The Hillsborough Area Re gional Transit Chief Executive Officer, David Armijo, is planning a series of meetings where he s stepping out into the community. The first of these meeting s will be h e ld on Friday March 26, 2010, 9:30 a.m. The meeting will be h e ld at Abe Brown Ministries 2921 29th St. (at 21st Ave.). Amijo will share HART's pl ans for new expanded and improved transit service in the DAVIDAMIJO HART CEO areas that includ e N e braska Ave., Marti n Luther King Blvd. Florida Avenue and 22nd St. He w ill a l so address comments regarding HART. N 0 Other representatives from .... 0 HART's Board of Directors Customer Service Dept., Ad ministrative Staff District 3's County Commission Office a nd others will a lso b e on hand. For additional in formation, please contact Tameca Johnson, HART, (813) 449-4707. Bicvclist Killed In Hit N' Run Accid.entl The Florida Highway Patrol is currently conducting an in vestigation into a hit and run accident that left a man dead. The accident occurred early Friday morning at U. S. High. way 301, and E. Fowler Avenue. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, so-year-old Patrick A. Statam, of Thonotosassa was riding his bicycle southbound on U. S. 301 at approximately 6:so a.m., on the east shoulder of the roadway. Police said Statam was riding against traffic when he reportedly attempted to cross the intersec tion at E. Fowler Avenue. PATRICK A. STATAM .. Killed in early morning Hit N' Run accident A dump truck, being operated by an unidentified driver., struck Statam and ran over the bicycle. Statam r ep ort e dly died at the scene. After striking the bic y cle, the driver of the dump truck i s said to have made a left turn onto U. S 301, traveling in a south bound direction. The driver re-: portedly left the scene without stopping, police said. The Highway Patrol said the cab of the truck was described as possibly being blue in color. The investigation into the acci-dent is continuing. Anyone with any about the accident is asked to contact the Florida H igh':YflY Patrol at (813) 632-6859, ext 349; or 1-800-873-8477. S Q I Rrintjng. Q:an invit9.:ti,ons easy! Packages include: ame Cards Envelopes Person Several Qesigns ----------- ; I '' ., f ---_ .r.o m "T1 r-0 :0 c )> en m z :::! z m r;m c: rr-m < m :0 -< -t c: m en c )> z c "T1 :0 c

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0 Editorials/Columns M N ::I: (J c: <( :E c CJ) w ;:::) 1-. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue T ampa Flori da 33605 (813) 248-1921 P ublished Every Tuesday and Fr iday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of Nati ona l Newspaper Publishers Associat i on ( NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Per iodic a l Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-201 0 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS CLASSIFIED MANAGER Sub sc riptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $ 87.00-Per Year Both Editions Op inio ns expressed o n editorial pages of this n ews paper by Columni s t s or Guest Writers do n o t necessarily reflect the editoria l stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or t h e P ublisher A Binersweet Victorv For The American People > And this is why Representative Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.), was spat on, as he mounted Washington C: Capitol House steps! This is why Representatives John LL Lewis (D-Ga.) and Andre Carson (D-Ind.), both Black, C were pelted with racial epithets by so-called "Tea Party" protestors. And this is why the same protestors screamed anti-gay epithets at Representative Barney c Frank (D-Mass.) who happens to be gay. Sunday night, cn the United States Congresspassed a healthcare bill, w ;:::, which would give coverage to millions of formerly 1-uninsured Americans. And no matter what TeaPartiers do or say, we say, "IT'S ABOUT TIME!" But what do the American people say? Will it be w that a so-called silent majority of mostly white Am ere icans will continue to be so miffed at President Obama for winning the election that they will not even realize cn that there are more white Americans without health :J Ill insurance than any other group in America? Will a ;:::, predominantly Republican opposition see this as sima. Z ply an Obama victory rather than as a humanitarian t= change whose time has come? Or years from now, will W the idea of every American not having health insur...J ...J ance have become as unthinkable as a cosmonaut landing on the sun? _:. When President Franklin Roosevelt introduced so-W z t= z w CJ) <( c c: 0 ...J u,. cial security, many Americans were also up in arms. But we've come a long way since then. Now, haven't we? Black Men: Prostate_ Cancer Is Not Going Awav What Jmo'\\7 is why? Is there con: nection between the hurry to cut .. the American cancer SoCiety that routine mammograms for women and annual prostate cimcer screenings for men are no longer necessary? After years of prmnoting these screenings as a way to save lives, the American Cancer Society and other organizations are now saying such routine screenings may not really be necessary. What is our answer? "BULL!" More than 31,700 American men die from prostate cancer, every year. Black men are 6o percent more likely to get prostate cancer and are more than twice as likely to die from it. Thus, you don't have to guess who is dying from prostate cancer. So, you tell us how unnecessary prostate cancer screening has all-ofsudden become. If detected early, prostate cancer as well as breast cancer can be stopped. So, Black men, DON'T BEo::t LIEVE THE HYPE! Especially if you're age 45, or w 'older, get your prostate cancer screening, right away. C!J For, the "Big P.C." is not going anywhere, anytime soon! Pres. Barack Obama Becomes Presidential P lease don't confuse me with the likes of John McCain, John Beohner, Joe Scarborough, Sean Haneritty, Mitch McConnell, Rush Limbaugh or Tavis Smiley, or a host of other Obama haters. I am a big Barack Obama fan and what I am about to say is said in a complimentary mann er. The statement is that in the last month, Obama has become presi dential. In the last month Mr. Obama took full advantage of the power, the influence, the bully pit and the magni tude of his office. J?ecause he did this he dug his health care bill from the junk pile and sold it to the American people and persuaded reluctant Democrats to pass the bill. President Obama went on the road and delivered some fiery speeches as to why healthcare reform is a must. He put together his own healthcare package and so ld it He made calls to D e mocrats; he met with them individually and in groups. President Obama demon strated leadership at its be st. The results of Mr. Obama becoming presidential is that he did something that presi dents have been trying to do for more than a century with out any success. What he did was to bring about affor dabl e and comprehensive health care for all Americans. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority lead er Harry Reid, along with some other legislative leaders, played an important role in getting a healthcare bill passed. But it was only after President Obama took full ownership of the healthcare bill and took the leadership role, did healthcare begin to move. No, the bill isn't per fect and no it isn't everything Sheroes: Black Women Who Fought In Korea And Vietnam This month's columns have been dedicated to Black women in the military in celebration of Women s History and Awareness Month hecnpw t ny of Clie tUiilnbutions of Black women in the military have gone unrecognized. Thus, you and I may not have heard whose ves I .-Will share with you today. During the Korean War, the United States military fully integrated, eliminating 300 all-Black units and inte grating more than 300,000 Blacks into previously all white military units. Black women were among the more than 6oo Army nurses who served in military hospitals in Korea, Japan, Hawaii and the United States. Black members of the Women's Army Corps served at military bases in Japan, Okinawa and the Philippines in direct support of the war. Corporal Arline Haywood, assigned to the Yokohama Engin eer DPwaf. I r tttd Mthons sol diers get the supplies they needed to fight. Other Korean War Black female soldiers included Doris Allen, who served as a military newspaper editor in Japan from 1951 to 1953. Army nurses Lieutenant Martha E. Cleveland (later promoted Colonel) and Lieutenant Nancy Greene Peace were both assigned to the nth Evacua tion Hospital and Lieutenant Evelyn Decker was assigned to the Boss MASH unit near the frontlines. Upon the outbreak of the Vietnam War in 1965, Black women volunteered for duty to serve. Chief Warrant Officer Doris Allen, who had just finished serving in Korean Conflict, volun'" President Obama wanted but it i s a start a nd it i s b e tter than what we had. If President Obama had ass um ed owners hip and th e l eadership of h ea lth care r e form from da y one, he wou ld have had a better bill months ago The president h as proven that h e can be a n aweso m e power when h e as sumed the l eade rship role of his presidency. I truly b e lieve that America will see a very diff ere nt President Obama for the Jobs and improving tlie American eCOhomy should move to the top 'of President Obama' s agenda He should b e involved: a nd tak e a le aders hip role in turning around the job market a nd the economy The healthcare act s hould be proof that you can't count President Obama out. Th e pundits said, play Taps, healthcare is dead The Re publicans said, dig the hole, healthcare is dead. Democ rats asked, can we raise it from the dead? And President Obama said, YES WE CAN. Can President Obama and his team create jobs and improve our economy? I say, yes they can. All President Obama has to do is to stay presidential. teered and served a three year tour of duty as an Intel ligence Officer with the 5191 h Military Intelligence Battal ion in Vietnam from 1967 to 1970. She was responsible for saving the lives of 101 U. S. Marines fighting in the Quang Tri Province. Assigned to the 95th Evac uation Hospital, First Lieutenant Diane Lindsay became the first Black nurse to receive the Soldier's Medal for Heroism. She restrained a 5 1 r StEP '"dm1nng a grenade from which he had already pulled the pin. Another member of the Army Nurse Corps, .Major Marie L. Rogers, received the Bronze Star from President Lyndon Johnson in 1967 for "distinguished serv ice in connection with group operations against a hostile force in Vietnam between 1966 and 1967." These women's stories and those of at least 250,000 other military women can be found on the Register of the Women In Military Service for America Memorial Foun dation. We owe and extend to these women and the Black women now serving ih Iraq and Afghanistan a debt of love and gratitude. Haram bee!

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Horoscopes/ soaps HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday --The cosmos provide the challenge of intense w ork this y ear. To make the most of your opportunities keep your purpose in mind with the help of a note on your mirror or a mantra on your tongue. Observe carefull y before y ou criti cize. Dream as big as you dare! Aries (March 21-April19)-A female livens up the work environment with rude jokes about people in power. Try not to fall off your chair laughing. Remember the punch line for later. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -The taskmaster is back! Never let it be said that you can t get the work done Let co-work ers fend for themselves. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Today you understand what someone's been trying to tell you for the last few days. Sometimes distance allows you to perceive the level of caring Cancer (June 22-July 22) Words truly matter today. What you sa y ; new could : come back to haunt you. Stick to prac tical concerns if possible Leo (July 23-Aug r22)-You might take up a new area of study now. Someone needs to do the research, and it might as well be you. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) ...,..-Set the bar high where com munication is concerned. Clarity is essential. Add persuasive lan guage to clinch the deal. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Who said hard work can't be fun? If you have someone to share the task, you can enjoy the sore muscles. Add good music, and a tea party later. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Ease into work. You don't need to hit the ground running. Take a moment to review and choose the best strategy. Caution wins over impulsiveness. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Try to get off the hot seat today. You've taken enough punishment. Use your talents toescape, or wave a magic wand ahd disappear. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-It's Monday. Embrace your work, pay attention and save the dreamy mood for later. Persuade yourselfthat you're in the right place. SOAPS OPERA SPOilERS ALL MY CHILDREN -JR plans to take Annie down; Angie questions Damon about the missing drugs; Liza's temper flares when Tad calls it quits. Ta:d accuses Liza of using Damon to get back at him; JR shares his plan with Colby; Greenlee won't allow David to tum himself in. Randi warns Ryan to be careful around Madison; Annie grows more and more paranoid; David thinks Liza could be the answer to his problems AS THE WORLD TURNS Molly and Lil)' clash; Jack puts a stop to Dusty and Janet s plans Craig panics when he realizes some one has been through his files; Barbara uses Craig to make Henry jealous. Carly, Jack and Dusty care for Janet at Milltown. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Hope and Oliver enjoy each other's company at her dance while Steffy watches with jeal ousy; Marcus introduces his new girlfriend to Steffy; Jackie notices that Owen's demeanor is erratic; Nick reminds Aggie about the friendship she once had with Bridget. Aggie confesses to Oliver about what she did with the video of Owen and Bridget; Owen at tempts to talk Bridget out of confessing to Nick; Steffy's desire to win Oliver's attention increases after Hope confronts her about her intentions. Whip and Brooke arrange a double date to test Taylor's feelings for Ridge; Eric is caught between Donna and Stephanie when Donna insists that Eric get rid of Pam; Bill attempts to take Katie's mind off of her unemployment. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Daniel tells Bo about Vivian's threats; Anna moves on to a new pla:n regarding the governor; Mia vows to gehevenge on Gabi; Ra.fe explains why he won't recommend Sami for a job with the FBI; Brady and Ariann;u ealize they're on the same page. Stephanie warns Philip to keep an eye "ori his wife; Anna.!ihows the governor incriminating photos; Nathan tells he W:arits to take a break from their relationship; Justin and Adrienne realize that Hope wants them to get together. Melanie lies to Nathan about the contents of the letter; Rafe confronts the Bo" gives Victor an ultimatum regarding Viyian; Arianna and Brady revel in the joy of their impending nuptials; Victor tells Vivian the feud must end. GENERAL HOSPITAL Ethan begs Kristina to tell the truth; Lucky makes a clean break with Elizabeth; Jason shares his con cerns about Kristina with Carly. Dante takes the stand at Sonny's trial; Carly believes Kristina could be lying about Ethan; Luke throws his support behind Ethan. Luke appeals to Sonny on Ethan's behalf; Jax prevents Claire from discovering Michael's location; Lulu and Dante's romance remains strong. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Allison makes a bold move; Rex gives Gigi an Answer to her marriage proposal; Eli finds himself in the middle of Blair and Tea. Can Cole assure Starr there's nothing going on be tween him and Hannah? Roxy makes a frightening discovery; Jes sica hasn't given up on Cristian. Rex needs Eo's help when it comes to Clint; Brody asks Cristian not to let Jessica out of his sight; Kelly has a new confidant and sparring partner when it comes to Todd. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Nick learns that Phyllis hurt; : Patty's plan spells big trouble for Emily. Adam gives Jill the scoop of her career; J.T. declares war on the Newmans. Michael finds shocking photographs; Janaescapes. fictures From The fast Attending the Wee Bankers Luncheon were Mr. and Mrs. B. Hicks and Ms. Debra Hicks. 1\) (A) 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r 0 :tJ I (/) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z "'tJ c: m c (/) ::I: m c m < m At the Gospel Music Program at New Philadelphia were Essie Norman, Gus Mims and Wendy Jackson. ) Attending a special service at the Apostolic Church of Jesus were Alma Solomon, Stella Hunt, Pamela Bass and daughter, Tamika, Martha Lee, Cynthia Daniels, and Frances Campbell. m (/) c )> z c ., :tJ c

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.5irthdaH Greetings c a: LL c z <( c en w 1-ft w > w c w ::::t: en ::::i m L. z i= w ..J ..J m ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL I Happy Birthday, Nuke Happy birthday to the world greatest dad. From, your kids, Ashonti, Ronnie, Kinte and Tanaya. Wishing UsA Happy Birthday TWANDA And SIDNEY No weapon forged against us will prevail! It won 't work. Happy birthday, Bae. Love you You went from my lover to my king. It's the only way it's ever going to be. Happy birthday, Bae. From, your one and only Queen!!! J Barber 7105 N. Nebraska Ave (81 f 10% SPRING-.... ____ ____ Currently Have 2 Barbers & 1 Stylist Mr. }'G" Offering 10% Off Medication Removal From Hair Hair Color & Relaxers (Namaste Products) Celebration Triplets Celebrate 6th Birthdav Asha, Ashton and Ashley Colson celebrated their 6'h birthday at United Skates of America. Their big brother, Jay Phillips, a second-year student at Bethune-Cookman University majoring in Mass Communications, was home to help them cel ebrate Jay was doing a little ce l ebrating himself. It was 4 years ago Feb. 4, 2010, that Jay had a heart transplant. He is r e portedly doing well. (Photos by James McAllister) Ashley trying to see how much money she can gather in the mortey machine. Left to right, Ehnira Curry, Sheila Tiller, Andreta Anderson, Nicole Tiller and Shondra Phillips-Colson (mother of the triplets).

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-t New Construction Proiect Job Fair Planned Events 019-11 Changed Man's Career Goals c )> 3: )> ::rJ (") ::I: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, more than 3,000 peo ple attended a job fair targeting con tractors and subcontractors for the proposed Encore Residential Com plex. This week, ZMG Construction Company, Construction Manager for the project, will host a job fair seeking employees for the project. The event will .. place on Thursday, March 25th, from 10 a.m. until3 p.m., at the corner of Cass and Nebraska. Minority and local partici pation is mandatory. It is to start in the spring of 2010. The project is a partnership between the Tampa Housing Authority and Bank of America. ZMG Construc tion, (Richard Zahn, CEO), is the Construction Manager, Malphus and Son is the Lead MBE Contractor, Shepherd's Care Ministries is the MBE Consultant, and volunteers are CREW and Hamilton Survey. Known as Encore, upon comple tion, the new development will con sist of 12 city blocks between downtown Tampa and Ybor City. The land was the former location of the Central Park Village Public Housing Complex. Encore will host. the job fair and plans to provide employment to more than 4,000 people. Approximately 1,000 of those jobs will be permanent positions. During the job fair, prospective employees will be interviewed for po sitions including general labor, skilled labor, project managers, fore men, and site supervisors. The development team is seeking potential employees to participate in all phases of the project. Subcontrac tors are required to be licensed, qual ified, insured, and preferably be bondable. Representatives from ZMG Con struction and Encore's development team will be on hand to meet with po tential employees. They ""ill also have scopes and plans available for review. The project is possible as a result of approximately $38 million in stim ulus funds that Tampa received from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act earlier this year. The first phase of the project is to complete the infrastructure, which includes all roads, sidewalks, underground utilities, water lines, sewer lines, lighting, electrical, landscape, signage, signalization, and all other phases. The project is expected to be com pleted within the next 5 years. Anyone interested in construction is encouraged to attend the job fair. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Prior to the events of September u, 2001, James Averill had been a Cor porate Controller. However after the collapse of the Twin World Trade Towers and the deaths of so many people, Averill left and has been liv ing in Tampa since 2004. Graduating with a triple major from Jhiel College in Pennsylvania, Averill said his passion for money management sent him in the direction of fi nance. Now the manager of Pro Tax, a tax service on Fowler Avenue, Averill said he handles not just personal taxes, but corporate and partnership taxes as well. "From the outside, some people may think operating a tax service isn't that complicated. I can tell you after 30 years in the business that the changes in the industry make my job very dif ficult. You have to constantly stay on top of all the latest publications. We also have a support unit that helps us with the changes as well as a great re ferral service." Averill said what sets his business apart from the others is his experi ence, honesty, and understanding of how to deal with people. "To be a people person, you have to be able to convey trust and confidence. Head Start/ Early Head Start Now Accepting Applications 1\) You have to virtually become a mem-5-l ber of our customers' family. You sometimes will find yourself dealing c; with each generation and they depend on you." Averill said he's already done four generations of taxes for a family. He also said the political climate plays a big role in what he does. "You have to understand what our job is and I have been fortunate enough to predict some of the events that have developed, especially the financial crashes. Through different ,. presidents, the changes have been traumatic and dramatic." Averill said he hopes the personal approach he takes in dealing with his customers has worked. "I think it has, because they refer others to me, and they keep coining back." "Once you build a reputable busi ness, people will feel comfortable when they sit in your office. You have to make sure they understand every thing, because it's their finances that "T1 they are trusting you with." b Averijl invites anyone to come by :!! his office at 2550A Fowler Avenue, C and judge for themselves. "I guarantee no one will ever leave m my office feeling they don't know what's going on. When you earn the z: trust of people, you can't let them m down." r;-tD c: .-z "tJ c: tD r-Hillsborqugh COunty Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a prolld recipient of Federal Stimulus Funds for program expansion to serve 400 additional infants, toddlers, children and expectant mothers. Cii :X: m c m < m You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time . Are homeless Are a military family Build a family, build a comml!nity: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child Care) Applications can be Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income downloaded at Have a child who has been diagnosed an impairment affecting the child's ability to learn www.hillsboroughcountY.org/ headstart/ : .. =-Additionally, eligibility for Head Start; iirogram: .... . ; .. .... --' Have a child who was 3 years old before September 1, 2009 Additionally, eligibility for Early Head Start program: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally, eligibility fOr Expectant Parent Program: For more il1forniation on enrolling, call 813-272-5140 (TTY 813-:-301-7173) Are a pregnant mother in her 1st or 2nd trimester. ''TranspOrtation Not Provided" ._. : J. I llcad Start is pl(asNI to partner in this {'Xpansion with: ... Easter Seals . METROPOLITAN MINISTRIES ltOPEIJWitteiiE Hillsbarough PVlU.IC $CWOOt.S' Hillsborough CountY Head Start/Early Head Start is a federally funded program, operated by the Hillsborough County Boai"d of County COmmissioners Department of Children's Services. Funds for a two-year expansion effort (2009/2010-2010/2011) are provided through the American RecoVerY arid Reinvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Services Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. :.'" .: : : i -t c: m -en c )> z c "T1 :!! c

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0 Militar.Y News Five Graduate From Air Force Basic Training 1-AIRMAN JMORI R. BEAUPIERRE Five bay area young adults recently graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The airmen have completed an intensive, eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. AIRMAN STEVEN T.FREY The graduates also earn four credits toward an Associate's in Applied Science Degree through Community College of the Air Force. The graduates are: Air Force Ait:man Jmori R. Beaupierre, who is the son of Marianna Boykins, of Douglasville, GA, and the brother of James AIRMAN DAVID M.HAUPT Beau pierre of Tampa. Beaupierre is a 2009 grad uate of Armwood High School. Air Force Airman Steven T. Frey, who is the son of Jennie Thomas, is a 2007 graduate of Robinson Senior High School. Air Force Airman David M. Haupt earned distinction as an honor graduate. He is a AIRMAN BRETT A. HUNNIECUTT 2001 graduate of Gaither High School. Air Force Airman Brett A. Hunniecutt is the son of Marie Hunniecutt and Tim Hunniecutt, and a 2004 graduate of Jesuit High School. He received a Bache lor's Degree in 2008 from Florida State University, Tal lahassee. AIRMAN" CHRISTOPHER WILUAMS Air Force Reserve Airman Willie L.' Stewart earned distinction as an honor gradu ate. He is the son of Shannon and Willie Stewart. Air Force Airman Chr:i,stopher A. Williams is the son of Esther Williams and Torami Williams, and is a 2009 graduate of Robin son High School. Militarv Personnel Return Home From Overseas Assignments c a: LL c z <( c (/') w ::::> 1-> a: w > w c w :r: (/') ::J m ::::> D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m ...:. w z i= z w en <( c .a: 0 ...J LL Several military personnel have returned home after being deployed in overseas as signments. Army Spec. Monty S. Hase, Capt. DouglaS M. LaFont, and Spec. Christ()pher G. Sorrow returned to Fort Richardson, in Anchorage, Alaska. Spec. Hase, Captain LaFont, and Spec. Sorrow were deployed to Afghanistan for one year. They are memhers of the 4th Airborne Brigade Combat Team (Air borne), 25th Infantry Division stationed at Fort Richardson The airborne brigade served in three eastern provinces of Afghanistan, which included the Pakt}ra, Paktika and .Khost. While deployed in Afghanistan, Spec. Hase was decorated with the Army Commendation Medal, the Tau PI Zeta's Archonette Club Monica Benton, Advisor The Archonette Club of Tau Pi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Soror ity,lnc. recently completed their 20 I 0 Blue Revue activities. Blue Revue is a comprehensive educational program that focuses on etiquette, community service and education enhancement for female high school students who are members of the Archonette Club. The purpose of the is to enhance personal' growth and development of the participants through exposure to academic and enrichment activities. The program culminates in a pageant, presenting the contestants to the community. This year the An::honettes received the benefit of public speaking classes provided by Mrs. Karin DavisThompson. They used theSe skills to participate in the Great Debate with Phi Beta Sigma's, Sigma Beta Club on january 30, 20 I 0. They also benefited from Etiquette Lesson covering dining rules, make up tips, how to dress for success, pageantry and modeling. Many of these activities came under the umbrella of the Essence of Finer Womanhood. Professional dance instruction was provided by Mr. Woodrow .Waldron. The students participating in the program this year are: Kashinta Carlton, 18, Tampa Bay Tech High School; Al'nichma Clemons, 17, Chamberlain High School; Shanygne Jackson, 17, Newsome High School; Jovonee King, 15, Newsome High School; Ionia Knott, 15, Tampa Bay Tech High School; Alyssia Mutcherson, 15, Brooks-DeBarto. lo Collegiate High School; and Elizabeth Young, 15, King High School. These young ladies will be presented to the community on March 27, 2010 at 4PM at the COGIC Conference Center during Blue Revue 2010 Scholarship Pageant. Donations are $25.00 and proceeds will benefit Z.BESTO, Inc. (Zetas for Better Education Scholarship and Training OpportUnities). All donations are tax deductible and will pro-co vide scholarships and educational training opportunities in the Tampa W Bay Area. For more information please contact (813} 493-6849 or any C!J member of the Tau Pi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Inc TICk ,L_eu __ wi __ __ ___ la_bl_ e _at_the ___ Army Achievement Medal, the NATO Award, and promoted to specialist. Hase, an infantryman, is assigned to the 425th Brigade Special Troops Battalion. He has served in the military for two years. He is the son of Monty Hase, and the grandson of Glen and Claretta Hase. The specialist is a 2004 grad uate of Armwood High School, Seffner Capt. LaFont, a detach ment commander, is assigned to the 725th Brigade Support Battalion. He has served in the military for four years. He is the son of retired Navy Cmdr. Duane M. LaFont of Tampa, and Janis D. LaFont of Waldorf, MD. His wife ; LeeAnn, is the daughter of Douglas and Debra Tidwell of Mobile, AL. The captain graduated in 1999 from Governor Thomas Johnson High School, Freder: ick, MD, and received a Bach elor's Degree in 2006 froni the University of South Alabama, Mobile. While deployed in Afghanistan, Spec. Sorrow was decorated with the Army Commendation Medal. A can non crewmember, Spec; Sorrow is assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 377th Parachute Fieid Artillery Regiment. He has four years of military serv ice. The specialist graduated in 1997 from King High School, an:d received an Associate's Degree in 1999 from the Tampa Technical Institute Army Reserve 1st Lt. Jamal A. Wilburg is return ing to the U.S. after a deploy ment to Iraq or Afghanistan in support of Operations Iraqi Freedom or Enduring Free dom, respectively. He returned to Fort Dix, NJ for debriefing, evaluations and out-processing proce. dures before returning to his regularly assigned Army unit. The lieutenant served in sup port of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and Southwest Asia. While de ployed, he was decorated with the Bronze Star and the Medal for Meritorious Service. Wilburg, a Human Re sources Officer, is a member of the 912th Human Resources Company, Orlando, FL. He has served in the military for three years. He is the son of Cathy Wilburg, and a 2006 gradu ate of Chamberlain High School. He received a Bache lor's D,egree in 2006 from the University of Tampa. .; 4 Sunday, March 28, 2010 Riverfront Park *Great American BBQ Children's Toys Giveaway O_ncluding Brand New Bicycles) Adult Bicycles Games And Clowns For Children 1000 N. Boulevard Tampa, FL 11A.M.5 P.M. Free Clothes Indian, Pakistani, Middle Eastern Food (All Free) *Free Medical Tests: Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar And More! FREE FOOD, FREE CLOTHES, FREE TOYS!! BRAND NEW TENNIS SHOES!! Participation By City Officials City Of Tampa Police Dept. County Commissioners City Councilmen First Come, First Served: All Are Welcome!!! MARK THE DATE AND DO NOT MISS OUT!!! For More Information: Hakim (813) 267-1600 (Usten Saturday, 9 A. M. To 'Honest Opinion' On WTMP Radio 1150AM)

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Local The Gents Club Of Sheehv Elementarv School On a monthly basis, Dr. Paul Sheehy; Jr. and retired principal Charles Washington meet with the 5th grade boys at Sheehy Elementary School. The men share information about life's lessons with the young men. They are, front: Jackie Guyton, William and Willie Bell, Jacob Crump, Steven Allen, Christian McKinnie, Seymore Faison, Elijah Beacham, Christopher Dejesus Marquell. Second row, Malik Davis, Junior Charley, Vicente Guzman, Charlie Mayhue, Micah Grier, Joshua Davis, Davian Salgado, Norris Mincey, Deodrick Evans, Thomas Covington, Reginald Brown, David Tondreau, DeLouis Tondreau, Bruce Little, Jessie Sloan, Montreal George, Vincent Scott, Nasheem Cole, Larry Ford and Jovan Walker. (Photo by Julia Jackson) Hampton Universitv Familv Worships At local Church The Hampton University family worshipped with friends at Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Carrollwood on Sunday, January 31,2010. The event was in honor ofHampton's117lhAnnual Founder's Day. The Hampton family is excited that President Barack Obama will be this year's Commencement speaker. Those who attend'ed the worship service included, front, left to right: Laurie Suitt, Tonya Hammond, Clifford Bohler, Pam Bohler, Felicia Thomas, Mae Smith, George Smith, Catherine Pearson, Dawny Foster and Gary Suitt. In the back, Hewitt Smith, James Hammond, Kris Harvey, Tedd Scott, Sr., Bomani Thomas, Kevin Hammond, Leah Fennell and Anita Jordan. Not shown: Paula Sheehy Snow, Martha Kennedy, Avis Mussio and Tyra Mussio. Anyone needing additional about the local organization may contact TonyaHammond@Alumni.HamptonU.edu. Magnet School Students Find Success As Artists formanc es, showmanship and Sentinel Staff Writer skills. -1 c: m en c l> l> JJ (') ::I: 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 Two Magnet School students from St. Petersburg are on the way to success in the music in dustry. Yung Ron and Yung J .R. (Rondrick Roberts and Ezra Davis III), have been working hard in their commu nity. Both young men participate 1n r Teen Domestic Violence Aware' ness and in fundraisers for char ities to h e lp low income children with New Life Foundation. Known as the 2 Man Army, Yung Ron and Yung J.R. attend Gibbs High School, and both are honor students. The artists recently competed in The Bay To Bay Area Idol hosted by a local radio station. They won first-place honors as hip hop artists and have also been featured on videos, news papers, radio, clubs, and maga zines. The duo started in 2005 when they met in middle school as drummers for a local band. Unlike many of today' s aspiring young artists, Yung Ron and Yung J .R. are involved in their community 's drum-line where they practice most of their perThe 2 Man Army will be ap-pearing in an upcoming film 0 "Sunshine," due for release in JJ early Spring on HBO.They have C also been nominated for the l> 2010 A&R Music Awards, and were awarded the Indie Artists z Of The Year. ::! Ages 5-17 9 one-week camps June 14-August 13 Arts & Crafts Team Sports Games Sports Clinics Field Trips Special Events Special Interest Camp too! Sibling Discounts, Reduced Fees and Scholarships Available REGISTRATION INFORMATION City of Tampa Resident Priority March 29-April 2 or until full Open Registration April 3 or until full Check out our web site for camp dates, locations and registration details www. tampagov.net/parksandrec z m r-1 Ill c: r rm ::! z "'0 c: Ill c en ::I: m c m < m JJ' -< -f c m en c )> z c JJ c 1463 Oak'field Dr. #102 BRANDON 81 3-409-3851 The patient and any other person for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within-7 2 -hours i}f responding to: the-advertisement for the-free, discounted fee, or reduced fee servfce; examinatron or1Teatment.

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Local N c en w ::J 1-Familv Wants Man's Death Investigated ERIC PEOPLES Early Friday morning, a Tampa Police officer at t empted a traffic stop on a vehicl e for a possible DUI. The vehicle was trave lin g at The driver was later identi fied as Eric Peoples, 26. 10 -miles -a n-hour without C headlights north on 22"'1 a: Street. When the officer Police reported that the en tire incident was videotaped by Air Service and the tape clearly shows no ground units pursued the vehicle. According to a representa tive for the family, they are asking for an investigation into the incident and say LL. c z <( c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w J: en ::J m ::J a. turned on his lights the vehi c l e turned onto 19th Street and stopped, police said As the officer approached the car, the vehicle fled The officer turned south onto 21s t Street and reportedly did not pursue. Air Service was on patrol in the area and fol lowed the vehicle overhead. Police said the vehicle was traveling recklessly and hit tw'o unoccupied parked cars in the 1900 block of 181 h Avenue It traveled 14 to 15 blocks before it crashed there are a lot of questions that haven t b een answered. "T here were witnesses to the entire incident and they said he was being pursued," said the family representa tive. Family members of Peoples said they had no insur ance on him and have been hosting fundraisers since his death to cover funeral ex penses. z head-on into a parked van t= The crash spun the van around and caused the sus The fundraisers will be held every day at the car wash on Central Avenue and Lake, and the car wash at Lake and 29th Street. Donation buckets are inAliana's Meat Store on 22nd Street, King's Grocery on 22nd Street, and dinners are also being sold at the Lake and Central and Lake and 29th Street locations --1 ::J m I -I w z t= z w en < c a: 0 -I LL. 0 T"" pect vehicle to catch fire. When officers arrived, they removed the driver from the burning car and began CPR. Several officers used fire ex tinguishers to help Tampa Fire Rescue put out the fire. The driver was transported to Tampa General Hospital and pronounced dead at 4:07 a.m. Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home are assisting the family at this time. 3608 N. 15th lCorner Of LakeJ For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking Thursday-Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For S Shr. Sh H d Churches, Banquets, napper Imp eap ea Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. Food Stamp Cards Acce 813.247.5128 ATM Machine On Premises ..-The Voice of Our Speaking for Irself,. Meetings Police Chief Invited To Communitv Meeting The East Tampa Business and Civic Association (ETBCA) will hold its regular meeting at 6 p. m. on Thurs day, March 25, at Cyrus Greene Community Center, 2107 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. All ETBCA members and the general public are en couraged to attend. A special invitation is extended to par ents and their children. Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor will be the featured guest. She will share her experience in law en forcement and present infor mation on the East Tampa community in particular. Also, a very important segment of the meeting will be an int er-generatio nal "Anti-Bullying, AntiGang" workshop. Informa-CHIEF JANE CASTOR ... Invited to Meeting tion imparted by Norene Copeland Miller, Adjunct Professor at Springfield Col lege, is intended to empower parents and children on the techniques of avoiding vio lenc e and other unlawful be haviors. Children who participated in the anti-bullying, anti gang poster project will re ceive gifts for their involvement. Others will also be recognized, This special program marks another highlight in a three month project in which cooperating partners have worked together for the ben efit of East Tampa's children. Among the participants are three City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department centers: Cyrus Greene, Fair Oaks, and Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, the Tampa Police Department, Spring field College students and ETBCA. The overall project is made possible through a grant from the Hillsborough County Department of Chil dren's Services. Howard w. Blake To Hold Communitv Meeting Alumni, parents, students, administrators, guidance fac ulty, staff and community members are invited to a community meeting at Blake High School on Saturday, March 27, at 10 a .m. This is the first of many community meetings that Blake will hav e to continue to build and cultivate a commu nity rapport. While Principal Jackie Haynes is encouraging Blake supporters to bring ideas, concerns and questions, her goal is that eve ryone leaves with solutions and an under standing of the shared vision and direction of Blake. At the meeting, student achievement, athletics, voca tional programs, magn e t pro grams, the community's vision for Blake, and an open question and answer session will tak e place. Blake Senior High School is locat e d at 1701 North Boule vard. Location For Central Skateboard Park. Proiect Meeting Planned Hillsborough County will hold a public meeting to dis cuss the proposed location of the Central Skateboard Park project. The proposed loca tion is Providence East Park, 5720 Providence Road in Riverview. The meeting will be held on Thursday, March 25th, at the Providence West Recreation Center, 5417 Providence Road in NOTICE OF DISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS Riverview. The project includes a 10,000 square -foot outdoor concrete skateboard park. The estimated design and construction cost for this project is approximately $soo,ooo, paid through Parks Impact Fees. The meeting is open to the pub lic For additional assistance, or for more information, call Steve Valdez, Public Works Department, Quality Assurance Section, at 813272-5275 (TrY: 813-3017173). Publix oners Diabetes Drug To Customers-The Renewing Minds International Publix Super Markets, Inc. is offering a common diabetes Inc. School admits students of any color, national and ethnic medication free to customers as part of a new health initiative. origin to all the rights pr i vileges, The program gives free supplies of Metformin, a generic form of programs, and activities generally the drug Glucophage, to Publix pharmacy customers with Type accorded or made available to II diabetes. students at the school. It does not Shoppers also can have their diabetes prescriptions enrolled discriminate on the basis of race in an auto-refill program and access health information online color, national and ethnic origin in at www.publi x .com/diabetes the administration of its The free oral medication is available throughout Publix's 806 educational policies, admissions pharmacy locations and comes in 500 mg, 8so mg, and 1,000 policies, scholarship and loan mg doses. On average, a Publix pharmacy customer without in-programs, and athletic and other prpgfams $ 1 .. .. ................... .... -.... . :

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ffi Crowd On Hand For Kem Concen At Hurston Festival A crowd witnessed the p erfo rmance of R&B singer Kern just recently when he was in concert at the Zora Neale Hurston Festival in Eatonville. Th e annual event is held in Eatonville in la te J a nuary. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Kern performing at the Zora Neale Hurston Festival. Plant City residents Adrian Brown and Veronica Stephens at the Kern concert. Linda Spivey and Linda Leeveal of Tampa enjoying the concert. The crowd responds to the Kern concert. Now Located At: 442 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 160 Tampa, FL 33606 Phone: (813) 259-4444 Automobile A Wrongful_ First live Taping 01 Motown Maurice's late Night Talk Show CJ) 0 s: )> ::0 0 ::I: 1\) (..) Excitement was in the air as Motown Maurice host e d the first taping for his lat e night TV N 0 show, The Motown Maurice Show. His first guest was Bern Nadette Stanis, b e tter known as ...... 0 Thelma from the long running TV show, Good Times. "(Photos by Julia Jackson) BET comedian, Sephione was also a guest on the show. Carolyn was among the 200 persons in the audience. "The Voice of Our C"rnntnunity Speaking for Itself" 248-1921 Eric, owner of Eve's ;_a.twn112aS.vJNU:e.

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0 (") C\1 :I: (.) a: <( :2 c (/) woods savs He's 'Nervous' About Reception At Masters :::1 1-TIGER WOODS Tiger Woods acknowledged "living a lie," saying he alone was responsible for the sex scandal that caused his shocking downfall from glob-al sporting icon to late-night ..... TV punchline. 0 "It was all me. I'm the one fE who did it. I'm the one who C acted the wa y I acted. No one knew what was going on > when it was going on,"
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MICHAEL JORDAN CHARLOTTE,NC --A relaxed Michael Jordan broke into a wide smile as he sat at his desk Thursday night amid his whirlwind week of realizing a longtime goal of becoming an NBA owner. Soon, though, that steely resolve that defined his superstar playing career peeked through as he fielded a question about his commitment to turn the Charlotte Bobcats from a money-losing, non-playoff team into a winner in both areas. .. "It's motivating;'' the sixtime NBA champion said of the naysayers who joke that he 'll be more worried about tee tim es than season ticket renewals. "I've never been asked to be out at the forefront of an organization. I never had the financial commitment to do that. Now I have. Now I'm involved. How can I not, when I'm owning So percent of the basketball team, not put my face on the organization?" Jordan's $275 million purchase of the club from Bob Johnson was approved by the rest of the league's owners on Wednesday. The North Carolina native spent his first full day on the job insisting he' s ready to dive in with my sleeves rolled up" to turn around the six-yearold franchise, while downplaying the significance of becoming the first former player to own an NBA team. ''I'm not wearing that on my sleeve," he said. For me, everybody just wants to see us win Doesn't matter if it's me. Doesn't matter if it's Bob. Doesn't matter if it's anybody else. I'm happy to be in this position and given this opportunity by Bob . Mavweather, Moslev Embrace Olvmoic-Stvle DruuTest FLOYD MAYWEATHER, JR. vs. SHANE MOSLEY NEW YORK --Floyd Mayweather Jr. and wel terweight champion Shane Mosley will undergo Olympic-style drug testing for their May 1 fight in Las Vegas, which they hope will set a new standard for box ing. Representatives of the two fighters joined Travis Tygart of the U.S. AntiDoping Agency on a confer ence call last week to discuss the program, which is more extensive than the testing that currently falls under the jurisdiction of state athletic commissions This is one of the biggest events I've seen in the sport of boxing, and if this introduces Olympic-st y le testing to boxing, we not only have delivered a great fight but also leveled the field for ath letes," Richard Schaefer of Golden Boy Promotions said. Mayweather and Mosley will be subjected to an unlim ited number of unannounced blood and urine tests before and after the fight, and the results will be stored so USADA can test them in the future. The samples are screened for all drugs currently banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency, includ ing human growth hormone and designer steroids such as THG. ANDREW BYNUM LOS ANGELES Andrew Bynum's left Achilles tendon is not torn, and the Los Angeles Lakers are cautiously optimistic their starting center can return from his latest injury in two weeks. Yet Lakers coach Phil Jackson said Sunday he can't predict a return timetable for Bynum, who strained his tendon early in the third quarter of the defending NBA champions' win over Minnesota on Friday night. "We really have nothing definitive about it," Jackson said. "We really don t know how this therapy is going to come out. The best thing I heard today is that he felt better from Day One to Day Two." Ravens, Redding Agree To Deal CORY REDDING BALTIMORE --The Baltimore Ravens and former Seattle defensive end Cory Redding have agreed on a two-year deal. Redding started only three games for the Seahawks l ast season but has 18 career sacks over seven NFL seasons, the first six with Detroit. The 29-year-old has played in 101 games, 79 of them as a starter. The 6-foot-4, 295-pound Redding fills a void left by the departure of Dwan Edwards, who signed as a free agent with the Buffalo Bills last week. Redding was an unre stricted free agent. His best season came in 2006, when he had 16 starts and finished with eight sacks and 70 tack les He was drafted by Detroit in the third round in 2003 out of Texas. CATIESHA I've got the greatest job in the world, because I get to tell YOl:J about this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Catiesha. She's appeared before as our Spotlight feature, but now you get to see a little more of her. This young woman enjoys traveling and shopping, In the future, she wants to become a den tal hygienist. Catiesha's philosophy of life is: "To thine own self be true." Catiesha said she still has a lot of mountains to climb before she's where she wants to be, and if you aren't right, you'll never keep up with her. The man in Catiesha's life must be strong, well-mannered, mature, and understanding of a womanfs moods and desires. Congratulations to Catiesha as this weekfs Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: ohnson @flsentinel.com. "T'I r-0 ::D CJ) m z ::::! z m r-1 a:J c: r rm ::::! z ., c: a:J c CJ) ::I: m c ...... w

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0 ,.... ntertainment (") N ::I: (.) DiddV In Talks a: a: w > w Big Boi Signs Deal With Del Jam c w ::I: en :J Ill ;::) a. z i= w ..J ..J BIGBOI ;::) Sir Lucious Left Loofb.k.a. Hip-Hop veteran Big Boi, w made a special announcement Z this weekend. As previously reported Big m Boi's been hard at work pro' mating his Sir Lucious Left-C a: 0 ..J u.. foot: The Son of Chico Dusty album, promising to release videos for nearl y ev e ry track on the project Now taking anticipation for the finished product to new heights, Big Boi is announc ing a new solo album deal with Def Jam. Confirming to fans that he's reuniting with L.A. Reid---the man that first signed Outkast, Big Boi made the announcement via Twitter saying The ink is on the paper!!! Breaking news!!! It's official! Big Boi signs solo album deal with DefJam! 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 8 Keys Made O e Latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gat Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. w LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Romeo lands Film, Comic Book Series ROMEO Master P's son, Romeo has confirmed that he was starting his own record label and continuing work with his College Boys Hip-Hop group after his departure from the University of Southern California basketball team. Now he's taking things to new heights with an animated movie and comic book series. Titled "RESQ3", the movie by Outside The Box Vision will be the precursor to a video game and comic book series. Described as an "action ani mated adventure at its highest level of quality" Outside the Box hopes to targets kids and adults with their cutting edge technology. YoungJeezv Changes Name JEEZV It must be the routine for rappers to go through a name change when they get to a par ticular point in their career. Bow _Wow dropped the "Lil" Killer Mike became "Mike Bigga", Game dropped "The" and Diddy has changed his name as often as people change their draw ers throughout the week. Maybe instead of dropping names, folks should be drop ping albums and mixtapes be fore they get dropped by their respective labels. The latest rapper to do a lit tle spring cleaning and do away with the old is Young J eezy as he is looking to change his rap alias. Once known to the world as Young Jeezy, now Hip-Hop is best to refer to him as sim ply being Jeezy, as he is strip ping away the "Young" It is boggling how rappers believe that stuff like this is re ally important, but since it makes the news, it must have some type of interest to some one. sGmewhere 50 Responds To Sextape lawsuit In 50 Cent' s attack on Rick Ross, a sext a pe was r e l e ased and was reportedl y on e of Ross' b a b y mothers. Ap parently, the woman didn't take too kindl y and filed a law suit against Jackson for the video. In true 50 form the rapper brushed off the accusations b y simply stating that it was Pimpin' Curly behind the ordeal, and s a id to Tim West wood, Let me tell you ill part A person tries to sa y that you've done a mental harm to them Then the y might want to so CENT consider the recordings of Rick Ross saying that she's an actual call.girl and the pam phlets that I'm shoWing in the tape, sa y s that she's available : Jermaine Dupri And Janet Jackson Reunite JANET JACKSON And JERMAINE DUPRI Although the lo v e ma y have ended but business is far from falling between Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri. As Janet is preparing for the release of Tyler Perry's sequel, Why Did I Get Mar ried Too?, she is creating the first single for the soundtrack being produced by Dupri. Titled "Nothing" the track will be co-produced by Bryan Michael Cox and will be hit ting iTunes on March 30. With the film set for a re lease on April 2, Dupri state d that a deal was made with Perry and the single will show a revitalized Jackson. "You haven't heard Janet sound like this in a long time and I think the song is perfect for the movie. It's a really good record." Gaga Sued For $30 M Bv 1-lover /Producer LADY GAGA And AKON Akon's artist Lady Gaga is known for her outrageous wardrobes, but according to her ex there would be no Lady Gaga if it weren't for him. Music producer and song writer Rob Fusari has filed a $30.5 million lawsuit against her claiming that he not only helped build her career, but also co-wrote her hit single Paparazzi" and "Beautiful. Dirty, Rich both of them appear on her debut album The Fame. Lady Gaga, which he claims in the lawsuit, was adapted from 70 s Rqck Glam group Queen's song Radio Ga Ga"; and is also stating that her overall style was based on his idea after he per suaded her to trade in her rock music for dance beats.

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' -:. MRS. JOSEPHINE DELORES SPENCER WORLDS Mrs. Josephine Delores Spencer Worlds, formerly of Greenwood, FL, passed away Wednesday, March 17, 2010, while under the care of Hospice at Consulate Nursing Home. A celebration of her life will be held Thursday, March 25, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by: her parents; her husband, Eagle (Baker) Worlds, Jr.; five brothers, Richard Mack, James Johnny, Edward and R. A. Spencer; and four sisters, Ada Spencer, Alberta Edwards, Hampton, and Bessie Williams. Mrs. Worlds was born August. 27, 1925, to the late, Kato and Mary Alice Spencer in Marianna, FL. She attended the public sc4ools of Jackson County, FL, where she was a star basketball player for the Union Grove Rockettes. She was converted at an early age and jomed the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, Marianna, FL, then later a member of Hoskie Baptist Church of Greenwood, FL. She was employed by the Pender Peanut Company in Greenwood, FL, for many years. When her health began to fail, she moved to Tampa to be near two of her children. During this time, she regularly attended the Bible Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace. Her memory will forever be cherished by: her sons, James, of Greenwood, FL, John Robert (Mary Alice) of Seffner, FL, and Edward (Thelma) of Fayetteville, NC;.her daughter, Gwen (Willie) of Seffner, FL; 11 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren; sister-inlaw, Miss Laura Worlds, Greenwood, FL; a host of nieces and nephews; lifetime friends, Mrs. Mamie Hayes, Greenwood, FL, and iMiss Rosiei of Tampa; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 4 p.m., Wednesday, March 24, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern; 0Wher8. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM NATHANIEL R. O'NEAL, III Well, Yogi, happy birthday again. This is your moment and every year it comes around, I must recognize it. Then I think about every special moment and how .. much I miss you, more and more. I love you and miss you and so do your family and your kids. Tanno, please contact Auntie, I love y all. Yogi, were always so special to me and you were a special person. Be good in heaven. What goes around comes around. God bless your spirit. Your big sister, Trish O'Neal and AC. Love you, Boo! Happy birthday! You would have been 39 years of age. IN lOVING MEMORIAM ELMINA DENNIS Elmina Dennis passed away 7 years ago. Still missed by your husband, family and friends. Rest in peace. Love always. Fax (813) Let our fumily take cure o f }':>ut fumily. "VIe are tl1e key to a fine andqualitysenice" Harmon Funeral Home John W Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L F. D. 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 has provided hest standard In funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home 301 N. HowardAwniM T1111p1, FL33e0e Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywmsflf .nel liN MEMORIAM I TORRIELEON MCDUFFIE 1/28/1991-3/23/2007 It's been three year since our Father came and got you. They say love never dies, but it does leave an empty space where a heart should be. That's something people don't understand, who haven't lost their child. "Ma" stares at your pictures each and every day, wishing you were here with me. Your smile, your warmth and your arms open widely. I cried a thousand tears, sharing every memory of you. And "Ma" truly misses you each and every day and all your memories you left me with will stay in my heart forever. Love1 your "Ma" Belinda Brown. ANTHONY WALKER a.k.a, Breadboy, Amp 1970-2010 With heavey hea,rts and teary eyes, we mournfully announce the death of Anthony Clifford Clarence Walker "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N 29th Sl Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www wih:nn.funAralhnmP r.nm Buiietin \\!f'!H< \"..;f41 1 \!f"'T'f\!'l WHI\! Y Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Lrime Failed Rip-OH Lands Victim, Four Others In Jail JOSHUA BARRINGTON TRENT CARRILLO The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that last Thursday around noon, deputies responded to what appeared to be a home invasion on Hollyberry Court in Brandon. When deputies arrived, they heard what sounded like a struggle in the garage of the house. Two individuals, Joshua Barrington, 19, and Joshua Hinkle, 18, came out of the residence and reportedly told deputies they had been robbed by two suspects. The suspects had fled out the rear of the residence as the victim's got out of the front. Deputies in the area searched and found two suspects. Willie Staten, 20, was found hiding behind a shed. Deputies also recovered items from under the shed that were used in the home invasion (a 9mm handgun, a mask and personal property of Barrington and Hinkle). Trent Carrillo, 18, was found walking down Bell Shoals Road and was arrested. Deputies later learned that not only the two suspects, Staten and Carrillo, were involved, but that one of the victims, Hinkle, along with Michael Reaves, 35, were also involved in the conspiracy to rob Barrington. Hinkle, a friend of Barrington, had arrived at his residence earlier in the day and was sending text messages to the other suspects to let them know that he had unlocked the front door of Barrington's residence and it was safe to arrive for the alleged purpose of robbing Barrington of marijuana. Whe.n... tlU ills pects. airi.ved.,. JOSHUA HINKLE WILLIE STATEN MICHAEL REAVES "tt c: m c CJ) ::I: m c m < m -i they proceeded with the rob-ffi bery and to make it look real, CJ) they also robbed Hinkle and were in the process of tying up < the victims when deputies )> arrived. Reaves was later identified ., as the individual that trans-:0 ported the suspects to the resC idence and allegedly provided them with the handgun. Reaves had a 2-year-old child in the car at the time of the incident. Hinkle was charged with armed burglary of a dwelling, robbery, and kidnapping. Carrillo was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, armed burglary of a dwelling, robbery, kidnapping, grand theft, and trespassing in occupied structure. Staten was charged with armed burglary of a dwelling robbery and kidnapping. Reaves was charged with robbery, armed burglary of a dwelling, kidnapping, and contributing to -the delinquen-cy of a child. Barrington was charged with possession of )g marijuana with intent to sell G) aqd possession of drug para-m phermrlia: t;i

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Crime Nl---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Soldier Charged With Anempted Murder COREYDEANDREGLOVER ... Charged with Attempted Murder A 31-year-old member of the Armed forces surrendered to police on Wednesday orning. He was arrested and charged with attempted murder, armed burglary of a dwelling, and criminal mischief He is being held with out bond at the Hillsborough County Sheriffis Office. 0 According to a spokespera:: son for the Hillsborough LL County Sheriffis Office, C Corey Deandre Glover, who recently returned home from a six-month deployment overseas, awoke and discov ered his wife was not at home early Wednesday. Glover reportedly called her cell phone and did not get an answer. Police said he then began riding around looking for her. He saw her car parked in front of a neighbor' s house around 4 a.m. The couple became involved in an argument. Glover is said to have then gone to his trunk and obtained a 9 mm handgun. He went to the residence and allegedly broke the glass in the door. The resident inside came to the door and Glover is alleged to have pushed the door open, trying to gain access. At some point during the struggle, the gun discharged, but no one was injured, police said. Glover then left the scene. He contacted police later _dur ing the morning and surrendered without incident, police said. Man Killed In Domestic Dispute A 26-year-old man was killed Sunday morning during a domestic dispute. The shooting took place at the corner of 8th Avenue and 21st Avenue. Police said a citizen observed the dispute involv ing a man and woman. The man was reportedly hitting the woman. The citizen and witnesses attempted to inter vene in the altercation and the victim threatened to kill the witnesses The victim approached the citizen continuing to threaten the citizen while reaching in his waistband. The citizen, who had a concealed firearm and permit, feared for his life and fired at the victim The victim died as a result of his injuries. The citizen was identified as Willie Jones, 24. The shooting victim was identified as Eduardo Castillo, 26. Tampa Police Homicide Detectives are investigating the shooting. c CJ) w ::;) t-f:c w > Man Arrested After Alleging Ramming M arshal's Car W Last Tuesday, a 21-year-old C man was arrested on aggravatW ::J: ed battery and drug charges CJ) after he allegedly rammed aU. ::J S. Marshal's Office cruiser. TYRONE SHEFFIELD WARREN VIVERETTE toward theirs, according to the report. Sheffield reportedly rammed the car several times until it was forced off the road and into a utility pole. More police responded, but At 9:10 a.m. on Tuesday, aU. c. S. Marshal and Tampa police z officer were on patrol near t= Sligh Avenue and North Florida Avenue when they ...J spotted a red Dodge Charger. => The U. S. Marshal and the li officer pulled up to the car to uj see if they recognized the driZ ver as being part of an unrelati= ed investigation But the driffi ver, Tyrone Sheffield, recCJ) ognized them as law enforce< ment and swerved his car Cl----------------------------------------0: 0 ...J LL <0 ,.... WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hmng of a lawyer I S an Important dec1s1on that should not be based solely upon advertisements you dec1de. ask us to send you FREE wr1tten rnformat1on about quallf1cat1ons and expenence! ZVANTE SAMPSON him. Sheffield sped away. Sheffield reported drove through several red lights and turned onto 13th Street from Sligh where police lost sight of Officers later found Sheffield's vehicle abandoned on East Henry Avenue with 2.7 grams of marijuana and 21 grams of crack cocaine inside packaged for sale, authorities said. They alerted other officers to look for Sheffield, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. At 11 p.m., two police officers were investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle near 44th Street and Shadowlawn Avenue, where there have been several car burglaries. The officer saw a Lincoln Town Car leaving the area and stopped it at Hillsborough Avenue and 46th Street They determined the front passen ger was Sheffield. Sheffield was arrested and charged with aggravated bat tery on a law enforcement offi cer, aggravated fleeing to elude arrest, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, pos session of drug paraphernalia and giving a false name to law enforcement officers. The driver of the vehicle, Warren Viverette, 18, was charged with possession of marijuana and another passenger, Zvante Sampson, 19, was arrested on a warrant charging him with driving without a license Credit Union Robber Sought PINELLAS COUN1Y -The Pinellas County Sheriffis Office is asking for help in identifying a man who robbed the Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union, 10597 US 19, last Thursday evening. Deputies said the suspect entered the credit union, gave the teller a note demanding money, the teller complied with the note, and the suspect fled. The suspect is described as Suspected credit union robber. a male, 6 to 6'4" tall ani:t weighing 240 pounds. Inmate Charged With Murder The oav Before His Release JOSHUA COLEMAN . Charged with m1ll"der On March 20, 2007, Joshua Coleman was arrested for the third time that year. He was held without bond on several charges and later sentenced to three years in prison. According to prison records, Coleman had been for possession of cocaine, felony driving without a license, felon in possession with a gun, and aggravated assault. Having completed the term of confinement, Coleman was scheduled to be released from the Columbia Correctional Institution in Lake City on March 18th. Instead, on March 17th, he learned that Tampa Police had charged him with the murder of a man that occurred three years earlier and days before he was TEDRICK MAYNARD ... Killed on March 4, 2007 arrested in 2007. Tampa Police detectives charged Coleman with the murder of 25-year-old Tedric Dewayne Maynard. Maynard was shot on March 4, 2007, at 8:30 p.m. The shooting took place at the entrance to the Port Tampa Park, police said. Police stated that witnesses in the community finally came forward with information needed on the murder. That information from witnesses led police to obtain a warrant and the Columbia County Sheriff's Office served it on March 17th. Coleman was transported back to Hillsborough County where he is being held without bond. He was charged with second degree murder. UNCLE SANDY ... Always be careful 14 what you wish for 32, because you may not 3.5 be prepared when .51 your wish comes true 33 (813) .. 248-1921

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-18954 WACHOVIA BANK; 'NATIONAL ASSOCIATION vs. ERNESTO LOPEZ and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ERNESTO LOPEZ; THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEPARTMENT OF HE TREASURY; :rENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the final judgment/order ntered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following roperty situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: The East 67.5 feet of Lot 8 and the East 67.5 feet of North 42.0 feet of Lot 7, LESS South 25.0 feet of East 25 0 feet of North 42.0 feet of Lot 7, Block 3, HILL:S SUBDIVISION according to map or plat thereof as recorded in Plat Book 5, Page 9 Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida at public sale, to the highest and bidder for cash at 2:00 P.M., on the 2nd Floor Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa Florida 33602 on March 31, 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5 % ) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier s check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 P.M. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS ROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY WNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A LAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU RE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY CCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS ROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO OU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE ONTACT THE CLERK'S ADA COORDINATOR, 601 E. ENNEDY BLVD., TAMPA, FLORIDA, (813) 276-8100 XTENSION 4205, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE ATE THE SERV.JCE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR OICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. ated this 26th day of February, 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/TONYA TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE Barbers Needed For Busy, Growing Establishment! Supreme Styles Barber Shop 8643 N . Nebraska Ave. (813) 443-5741 Start Now!!! Increase Your Income In 90 Days Weekly Pay Training Provided Self Motivated Flexible Hours/Days Recession Proof (813) 960-3762 MPLOYMENT Eye Candy Dancers/Models Wanted Male And Female All Sizes And Color Must Be 18 Years Old Call Tammy (813) 850-3884 Looking For Sharp Individuals To Work From Home Get Paid To Do What You're Already Doing! Serious Inquiries Only! (813) 417-6654 H & S Swansons' Tool Company PRECISION MACHINING TOOLING ENGINEERING First Article Inspector-1_st shift position. This person needs to have working knowledge of geo tol, basis insp equip, & CMMs is a must. Email resume to human.resources@hsswansons.com, fax to 727-388-0765 'or apply to: H & S Swansons' Tool Co. 9000 68th Street North, Pinellas Park, FL 33782. DFW EOE/AA THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR oVER 65 YEARS -t c: m en c s::: )> Jl 0 ::I: 1\) ,!,.) 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 Jl en m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z c: m c en ::I: m c m < m Jl -< -t c: m en c )> z c ., Jl c ..... ......

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