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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 2 ., .. \ : J ZDi2 v .... ----------------VOL. 67 NO. 69 TUESDAY APRIL 17, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Black lawvers To Host Your Ground' Update SEE PAGE 3 .. Man Gets 2lile Ters For Killing Brother, Friend SEE PAGE 3 PenonaiFitness Trainer, 55, Dies Suddenlv SEE PAGE 2 PRESIDENT RARICK OBAMA VISITS AND TOURS PORT WITH lOCAl1UNION President Barack Obama was in town on Friday to talk about business coming to the Port of Tampa. He spoke to a group of supporters at the Tampa Port Authority. But prior to meeting with the excited crowd, the President met with some union workers from ILA. Local EB 1402, James Harrell, President. Among those who had an opportunity to take the president on the tour were: Hugh Overton, 54 years ; of service as a longshoreman; Robert Doster, 35 years; Wardell Norman, Vice President, 35 years; Larry Coleman, Vice President; Ernest Richards, Jr., 30 years, and William Forde, 35 years. (Photo by Julia Jackson)

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iij features ,.... Evidence Toms Store Owner's Seii-Delense Shoounu lmo HoDJicide ,lnvesuuauon c UJ w ;::) 1-On March 26*, Tampa Po lice responded to a conven ience store in reference to a shooting. At the time, the store owner told police that she had shot the suspect after he attempted to rob the store. At the time of the shooting, police said Quintavious Moore, 16, entered Baker's Mini Mart, 2504 N. Armenia Avenue, and asked Ms. Taquanda Shanti Baker, the owner for change for a bill. Ms. Baker told police that Moore returned to the store 30 minutes later, armed with a handgun and pointed it at her. She told police that she pulled out her handgun and accidentally fired one round into the ground. She then fired one round at Moore striking him. and flagged down a po lice officer to report the rna dent, police said. Within 24 hours of the shoot ing, police said detec tives deter mined that M s Baker's ac count of the QUINTAVIUS MOORE shooting PersonOf did not Interest match forensic evidence or state ments received from witnesses. was photographed leaving the store 8fter the shooting by the surveillance video. Ms. Baker was arrested and charged with making a false police report; tampering with and fabricating evidence; and firing her weapon in an occupied dwelling. She claimed self-defense at the time of the shooting. Police are continuing their investigation to determine what role Moore played in the shooting. Police are asking anyone with information about the shooting or if anyone recog nizes the person of interest to 1:9ntact the Tampa Police De partment at (813) 231-6130. Moore was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital, C where he died about 4:30 it p.m., the same day. u.. Ms. Baker told police she C thought Moore bad shot at her, but later realized that she had fired both shots because c she was nervous. Detectives investigating the shooting also obtained the surveillance video from nearby business. Based on the video, Ms. Baker was not in side the store when Moore was shot and killed. Famlly Responds Charles "Wes"' Wesley, uncle of Quintavious Anto nio Moore said, -:Ibe family is very pleased with the Tampa Police Department and it's information. We know there were a lot of unan swered questions that they slowly had to piece together. According to police, Ms. Baker arrived at the store nine (9) minutes after the first 9-1-1call. ffi Ms. Baker ran out of the store following the shooting Police are also searching for a person of interest who "We want justice to be served and we are just going to let the Justice System handle the situation. THE GEORGE EDGECOMB BAR ASSOCIATION CORDIALLY INVITaa YOU TO ATTEND IT8 28TH ANNUAL LAW WKIEK SCHOLAil8HIP I!IANQUIIT AND THK NATIONAL BAll A880CIATION'8 2012 GKilTilUDIE E. RU8H AWAIIID DINNKil THUAIIDAY, APRIL 1 9, ZD 1 2 HYATT REGENCY DOWNTOWN, TAMPA, FL RECEPTION BEGINS AT 5:30 P.M. DINNER BEGINS AT 6:30P.M. The George Edpmh Bar Assedotiol wt1II1KCJ11111ize its 2012 FrtiHisat lollrlglez Allrlr4 recipient, Florida s.pr... Cowl .llstke, ,., A. QuiKt, 0111 ils 2012 Del S. Slenrt Ditenity Awlnl recipiell, Dnn Siler ... The !Utio.W Bu AaodatioD will ncopiH ltl J.OD GertrMe I ...... A.wutl reclpleats: Tile a...-ae Allee aoaaer, Toay Duff; 8IAop C. BoHfleld, .... ; llullyD J. BelifleW, ... .; Tlae HOIMI'able lbry S. SatraJ Cuolp Roue SteWart, ..... aad Tile HOIIOI'.W. Kula P.....aa Wrla't. A.dclidoaai)J, tiM NBA wtll ncot alze itl :aou lkaaallulnlwutt A.wutl nct;let1: ....... C.lah-ea, .... ; Gn4J C. lma, Jr ..... ; aacl l.urJ D.lluUway, .... P'Oit MOM Oltl'ICicii:Ta CONI" ACT IIAHQUEI' Co<:tiAIM-CORY J. PiiMON AT NIXONII'OIIDH.Ydlll CIN..CIOII) 01t GEBA PIIII:IIIDDni-IIDr G. GYDIN AT (813) 2D8333 111t George &lgecom6., AIIOdldoa (GIM) r_,...,-,.. l"'ffltxn&taR#y A/rfc4tt .-.-an....., 6dr _.. daft. Founllel"' !pl:r,. "'IMIIIOf)'f/tM ,_ lloM!aWr George .B. Bigecom6. GB&4. ,....,., co dte l'liiiMOdoft and ,...Udon of N dw lcgalprofaaoJttJRtl the}udidtlry. w CJ 'l7llrlb co tltepnnuaJ11111101tofthe1"aa!!JHr Bay comiiiUIIIIy. GI'M ,_ IIWfll'lllll -'1 fn ldlolcmlltfpr m c( bound stUifenu. We adt for )'OW' tPrfs lnldltfon a ticket to t1tr. f'lt1lt. Personal Fitness Trainer Dies Sudden IV BYIRISB. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular personal fitness trainer died suddenly on Thursday while in Atlanta, Georgia. He was 55-years old. According to a spokesperson for the family, Minister George LeGrande, a physi cal fitness trainer and owner of .. Bodies Under Construc tion, died suddenly. He was in Atlanta on ministry busi ness at tbe time of his death. An Ordained Minister, LeGrande was the Director of Fruit of Glory Ministries and thefounderofG-FORCE. G-FORCE is an organization created to preach to youth in the community. LeGrande would utilize his feats of strength breaking bricks to get the attention of the youth. Once be had their attention, he would preach the gospel, the spokesperson said. He was married to Dr. Sydel Barnes LeGrande MINISTER GEORGE LEGRANDE 11/14/1956 to 4/12/20i2 and was the father of six children. A wake will be held for Minister LeGrande at Willie Watkins Funeral Home in Atlanta, on Monday, April 16do. A memorial service will be held for him at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 21 .. at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue. Call And Schedale Your Appoin1ment Today!!! 8131 623 Credit c.cts Accepted 1!1tC a;}[iiJ

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C! an Convicted II National Blaclllawvers Group To Host Murdering His Brother Your Ground' Uld __ And His Friend Gets SentinelCityFAiitor 2 l ., s On Thursday, April 19111, 0 I 8 entences N In February, a jury founded a 31-year-<>ld man guilty of murdering two men and then attempted to conceal the crime. Last week, a judge sentenced him for the double murders. Judge Emmett Lamar Battles decided Derrick Cullins deserved two life sentences for the murders of his brother, Carl Walters, 21, and Walters' friend, 2oyear-<>ld Ryan Darldns Davis. The sentencing on April 13 brought the ordeal that began on April9, 2009, to an end for two families. It began with the discovery of a nude body in a wooded area in Plant City on April 7, 2009. The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office de tectives identified the young Black man as Carl Wal ters. On February 2, 2010, children playing in a wooded area in Plant City discovered skeletal remains. The Hills borough County Sheriff's Of fice said they were the remains of Ryan Darkins Davis. Davis was last seen leaving his mother's home with Walters. Two days later, a passerby discovered his body. He had been stabbed 18 times. Davis' body was not found at the time and police listed him as an endangered person. His skeletal remains were identi fied forensically ten months later. During the joint investiga tion that followed, between the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and the Tampa Police Department, a warrant was executed at 1810 E. Humphrey Street, just before midnight on April 10, 2009. Police said there was evidence of a violent struggle inside the house. Cullins, \Vho shared the home with Walters who was his half brother, had un explained cuts on his fingers, a bite mark on his chest, and blood on his clothing and shoes, police said. Police arrested Cullins on April 11, 2009, and charged him with seconddegree murder in the death of his brother, Walters. An aggressive search for Davis was launched by the Tampa Police Department. Investigators searched the landfi.D after discovering fNidence that Cullins had disposed of something in the days following the murders. Denies Guilt Cullins has never admit ted to committing the mur ders. During the sentencing phase Cullins said, J did not make these egregious crimes, these heinous acts ... Of course, they are in heaven now and that is a comforting thought .... The actual murderer, I believe is going .to hell, and will reside there for eternity .... I pray that things get weU for everyone. .. Mother Hurt By Comments "Even though be is going to serve two life sentences, it still hurts. I'm appalled that he is not even remorseful and he is still lying even with all of the evidence against him. ns pitiful he can't even admit to what he's done f!Ven though he was handed the harshest sentence. I haven't found it in my heart to for give him, it's still hurtful, my son is still gone.. Mrs. R.obin mother of Ryan DarkiDs Davis said. City Editor, Iris Holton, can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or via email at iholton@fl.sen-tineLconL meeting. The meeting will take place at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, 1oo6 Cypress Street, beginning at 12 noon. 11le topic of the town hall meeting is entitled, ing Our Groundfor Justice." The meeting will provide an update on the Trayvon Martin case as well as the legal and social ef fects that have been com pounded by the case and led to a nationwide movement for justice. Guest speakers for the meeting will include: Otis Anthony, (88.5 WMNF); Clinton Paris, (Tampa Or ganization of Black Affairs); RepreSentative Chris Smith (D-FL); and Carolyn Collins (NAACP Hillsborough County). In addition to the guest speakers. Ms. SybriDa Ful ton and Traey Martin, parents of Trayvon Martin, will also attend. TRAYVON MARTIN Killed February 26, 2012 in Sanford, FL On February 26, Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old un armed youth was walking in a gated community in San ford when he was shot and killed. George Zimmerman, 28, a Neighborhood Watch volunteer, admitted to shoot ing and killing the teenager. He was charged with second degree murder last week, more than 40 days after the death of the teenager. The arrest followed weeks of protests throughout the country and internationally because Zimmerman al leges he defended himself after the unanned teenager attacked him. Attomey Be.Vamln Crump, who is representing GEORGE ZIMMERMAN a.&rged with secood-depee murder the Martin Family, as well as National Bar Association leaders John Page (Presi dent-Elect) and Tanya Clay-House, Civil Rights Law Section Chairperson, will provide commentary. CNN's legal analyst, Sunny Hostin will serve as the forum's moderator. NBA President-Elect John Page stated, "As lawyers from around the country converge here at ground zero of stand your ., ground, victims and their 6 families impacted by its ap-:!l plication need to be heard i "We give voice to their (/j concerns by examining the effects of this law, particu-larly the increasiq justified homicide claims in its wake." ; ;! ; (g i c! I -< c al {81.3) 25.3-2640 6g Jfpril9 '!fds went is 6tina 6tr1UJ1Iit to 91'" 6g tln-tl_uc! .. m w

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N .... .,.: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN and the death of a drum ..-(USPS 202-140) major. This is an ideal time _.a:_ for FAMU to discover the FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUIIUSHI NG Co., h d ak } a.. Member o1 NllloneiNtow..,..,... (NNPA) azers an m e an examp e C f'IAII8her8. Inc., r..w Yodl of them and at the same time, ).;' 01800-MCPTimeelulllklllll iC POSTIIASTEII: Send AddrWS Ctlllnge To: c l"'oottM .......... ......, will no longer tolerate hazing fa RO. ... aaa ........, FL 33101 in any form. FIMU: Ill Bandllll iFIISI They('Jlll send a message tthat being a member of the c._..A"*-,Jtt. R umors from Florida Florida A&M University as Marching too is enough. All ,....,D C'W7l A&M University are any other program there. of the inside clubs or fratera. KAY ANOMWS, PU ....... C. ANDREWS., PftDIDDT that the band known People who know absolutely nities will no longer be tolerAL.U80N WEL1.8-Cl.HERT, CFO as the "'Marching too, may nothino about the rest of ated. The school should make GWEN HAYES, EDITOR --o HAROLD not perform next year. To FAMU, know about the band. it clear that anybody known BETTY DAWKINS, ADVIERT18ING DIRECTOR many that say, no band, no Have you ever looked at to be a member of these = = fans. I will readily admit that the stands just before halfclicks will be kicked out of the too have some protime at a FAMU football the band. Monlhe Bolt! E unabuhedly atdae.-onn of questions thrown herwaybyarabW ble ofill-mllDDel"ed news reporters. fa No doubt, Georp Zimmerman 8hould be tried and brouaht ::z: to justice for the Hfe be took. But what will be dlftlcult is.lookU) ing Into hla eyea and findiDs Beelzebub. Instead what one will ::i ID see is a valn-glol'lo1111, baby-jowled boy who watebed too much television and soaked up too many stories told by oflkers who 0.. had seen the baeksicles of too many dismal pollc:e repol't& Z As a reeult, a self-rlshteoua boy would shoot a bl.ameleu ffi clillcl. Was it racism that pulled the triger? _. _. ID _. w z Death Rides On The Bed Oil Pickup Truck W North Korea is flexln& its Intercontinental ballistic muscles U) on an empty stomach. When the satellite its rocket carries i reaches the depth. of space, North Korean children will grin with malnutrition. o...__. Armed men have eeued fighting for a brief while on the blood1011ked 11treets of Syria. But a new day atw.ya briDp baek old p-udpe. Neverthelea, noae oftheae events Is what we wish to talk about today. Cloeer to home, a poup of fan..seddna yo11111 men and women plied onto the &:0 aDd beck of a pickup tnlek, sat themselves down with and behind a drift!' who was hJ8ber than a North Korean roebt, and took to the hJPway to pt home. Unfortunately, they made an unforeseen atop. One of them never made it home at all. We read and re-read the article, which told the atory of an 18-year-olcl pa118eDpr who was thrown from the bed of a pidmp truck as its clriwr-belotted with HquorIOIIt control ofbis vebide, which ftipped over repeatedly lib a.,........,.. As we read the artide, we asked ourllelve., "What part ol 'rldbq ln the bed of a pidaap truck Ia deaclly' dldn"t any oftbe pu8e11Ker8 undentaDcl?" MotoreydllaiDIIIat Oil riclina without helmets. Coantae. car owners continue not to be bolhered with Aa.d plc:kup truck full with romantleism, retu.e to aee death as the one sittiD8 DeXt to them on a pkkup truck bed. What makes people 80 ia.senaitive to the ION of their own Hves? Indeed, in our IIOdety, suicide bombers would haw to walt in line behiDd an the ways we freely find to put ourselves "'it lndanger. w Such ia Ameriea, where our Constitution gha us the inalieni able riKbt to kill ourselves In peace. Call it another example of a.; selective suicide ln tbe realm of American schizophrenia. blems game? Have you looked at The band and its reputa-The hazing of band mem-the stands shortly after half-tion are bigger than the egos bers is a serious problem and time? If so, you will notice a of any group in the band. needs to be corrected. large number of the people Let's face it, fans will miss The death of a drum major will have disappeared into not knowing the internationneeds to be cleared up and the streets. ally known Marching too justice rendered in the case. What that means is a lot of performing next year. The The university needs to come people came to the game just band doesn't have to be as up with policies and procefor the band. Once the band big which allows for getting dures that will eliminate and performs, people leave. That rid of some bad egos. I want discourage hazing. These also tells us that F AMU to go on record now as advisthings need to happen immeneeds the band. The band is ing the university to do what diately. too important to the univeryou have got to do. FAMU needs the band. sity to sit out a year. But! No band means fewer The Marching too is as faThat by no means lessens fans and the sehool doesnt mous and is a bigger draw for the seriousness of the hazing need that. Go FAMU, go: R1ben Brawn Ellllt [1842 -18841, I. S. ClllfiSSIIIII, lltlniiJ, Orate: r T here is no doubt that President Barack Obama needs more Republicans in Congress to support the initiatives that he promised to carry out during his campaign for the office of Chief Executive, four years ago. Certainly, Black Republican Congress men capable of "miracle working" and motivated to serve the American people instead of partisan polities, their own self-interest and economic gain would be a plus. Looking back to some of the first Blacks to be elected to Congress, Robert Brown Elliott stands out as the type of Black Republican congressional representative needed in Congress today. Though his parentage, birthplace and education are uncorroborated, several sources state that Elliott was born in Boston, Massa chusetts to West Indian par ents in t842. Some sources state that Elliott was educated in grammar schools in Jamaica; the High Halbom Academy in London, England; and at Eton College from which he graduated with honors. El llott is also said to have served in both the British and American military. After studying law in England, Elliott returned to America, settling in Charleston, South Carolina int867. Elliott became an editor with the Charleston Leader, a freedman's news paper. Described as .. handsome: dark skinned, .. .. flamboyant,.. aggressive," having a "'strong, clear voice intellectually gifted, having a photographic memory" and 'the first genuine African" in Congress, Elliott was admitted to the South Carolina bar in t868. After helping to organize the local Republican Party and serving as a county com missioner, Elliott was ap pointed as the first Black commanding general of the South Carolina National Guard. In this capacity, EI Hott formed a state militia to fight the Ku Klux Klan terrorizing Blacks at that time. In t868, Elliott was elected to the South Carolina Constitutional Convention and to the Lower House of the South Carolina State Leg islature. In t871, Elliott was elected to the House resentatives in the 42 U. S. Congress where he served two terms before resigning to fight political corruption in South Carolina and reenter state polities in t874 Elected as South Carolina's Attorney General in t876, Elliott was forced out of office a year later when federal troops were with drawn from the South. Elliott's oratory skills and intellect demonstrated as a congressman shattered a widely held stereotype held by whites during that era that only light-skinned Blacks with Caucasian blood were well-spoken and intel lectual. In fact, many Southem whites believed that the lighter the skin, the smarter the Black person would be come. Indeed, dark-skinned Elliott argued brilliantly for passage of a civil rights bill for Blacks who bad remained loyal to the Union while en slave Referencing Biblical pas sages Elllott delivered what was described as a "'mesmer izing" speech on the floor of Congress. According to one writer, "Elliott's speech made him as famous as Barack Obama after his keynote speech to the 2004 National Democratic Con vention ." The Civil Rights Bill finally passed in t875. Unfortunately, after El liott left Congress and was forced out of South Carolina polities, he continued to live in New Orleans where he practiced law and served as a United States Custom's agent. FJHott died in poverty in t884 at the age of 41. Today, Congress, America and Black America need more sons or daughters of Africa like Elliott to help America be come the nation of promise for all that it has yet to become. Harambee!

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HOROSCOPES Aries (Mareh at-AprU 19) Planning and research fits. Fine-tune your domestic scene. Whittle down your list, and the pressure lets up. Mercury enters your sign for three weeks of sharper intellectual ease. Taurus (AprU 20-May 20) -Your friends want you to come out and play. Don't get distracted from a deadline, but it is possible to have it all. Compromise. You're smart enough to work it out. Gemini (May at ..June 21)-Consider new opportunities for the next few days. There's a test. Mercury enters Aries for about three weeks, affecting Gemini's self-expression, short travel and family. Caneer (June 22-July 22) -Your luck is shifting for the better. Don't launch until you're ready, but sketches take life. Mercury enters Aries for a period of talk and action at home. Leo (.July 23-Aq. 22) -Business heats up to a pleasantly profitable sizzle. Your environment sparb your creativity. Spread it around. Let a loved one teach you. Virlo (Aug. 23-Bept. aa) -Get into imaginative team work with experts and partners. Use a system that you know works. Pay bills first. Service is key for the forseeable future. Ubra (Sept. 23-0et. 22) -The excellent work you've been doing reflects well on you. The impossible is beginning to look easy. Dreams do come true. Be gracious to a hot head. Stay calm. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. at)Focus on what's important. Work quickly and carefully. The coming days portend commu nication and action around joint ends and begin nings. You're lucky in love. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dee. 21)-Figure out bow to make beautiful, marvelous things happen. Words and action come together around higher studies, theology, philosophy and travel. Capricorn (Dee. 22-Jan. 19)You can concentrate much easier today and tomorrow. Doing what you low is rewarding in many ways now, and your career picks up steam. Aquarius (Jan. ao-Feb. 18) -Why not throw a sponta neous dinner party to celebrate getting taxes done? You're en tering a phase of talk and action in community groups. Use your 10081 resources. Pisces (Feb. 19-Mareb ao) -You can create things you didn't think possible before. You are drawn to discussion about meditation retreats, health and wellness, or revealing hidden talents. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFULMarcus comes to Hope's rescue; Bill and Uam get into an argument after Bill overbears Uam and Hope's private conversation; Bill encourages Steffy not to give up on Uam; Amber becomes concerned about the pills she's been giving Hope. Brooke organizes a photo shoot for Rick and Caroline; Steffy becomes sympathetic toward Hope and sur prites Bill; Amber makes a shocldn3 confession tO Hope, and then strikes up a deal with her. Amber batches a new plan when she realizes what Brooke is up to; Donna and Pam trade hams as they attempt to one up each other in their new position; Thomas and Rick compete for Caroline's affections and the opportunity to work with her. DAYS OF OUR LIVFSHope reacts to Bo having moved his hand; Stefano reveals to Kate that he knows about her betrayal; EJ confronts Billie when he catches her snooping; EJ is devas tated when Lexie reveals she has a brain tumor; Abigail helps Cameron wait tables. Sami gloats in front of Kate regarding a re-. cent tum of events; EJ informs Sami of Lexie's condition; Hope convinces Daniel to bring Bo out of his medicaDy induced coma; Marlena continues to express her anger over John working with the ISA. Stefano gives aope and John a deadline for returning his coin to him; Will reveals to Gabi that he's gay; Chad and Melanie invite Abigail and Cameron to an outdoor movie; things get awk ward when Austin and Carrie run into Nicole and Rafe at the pub. GENERAL HOSPITAL Jason confides in Sonny; Michael is confronted; Sam bumps into McBain. Kate is pressed by Sonny; early bluntly asks Johnny an important question; there is a key moment in town. Jason bas big news to digest; Carly lays into Sonny; Michael works Starr. YOUNG AND TilE R.ES"nESS-Victor and Genevieve'mix business and pleasure, while Jack and Nikki's passions are rekindled. Victor crashes baby John's welcome-home party, while Phyllis suspects that Ricky bas betrayed her. New relationships shock Genoa City, as Victor's decision stuns Nick and Sharon. Atty. RieiEy Wllliams proudly points to his look-a-like son, Mareo at a local event. Cynthia Flowers was crowned "Miss Gibbs Junior College Sweetheart" d111'iq coronation ceremonies at tbesehool. Ms. Gwen Williams, senior class spo11801' at Blake High School congratulated student, leremy Black on his accomplishments. Congratulations were lD order for student, Charity Johnlpn, as she proudly displayed her certificate at her graduation exerdses. Tbeae weU--dreued HeadBtart prosram pre-schoolers were treated to luneh at a local cafe:ter1a. They were chaperoned by their teachers, (left to right) Ms. Johnita Sheppard, m Ms. Sylvia Kendriek and M& Deloris Taylor. en

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JET SET HUDSON Jesse Jet Set Hudson is home for the march for Trayvon Martin. Ta11paBav Black Nurses lleedng The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Black Nurses As sociation will bold its monthly meeting on Saturday, Apri121, 2012, 9 a. m., at the Tampa Police Dept. Sector Office, 3808 N. 22nd St. (33605). Due to graduations, the meeting has been moved to 3rd Saturday instead of the 4th. The agenda will focus on fmalizing the banquet business and Nurses Day in the Park to celebrate Nurses Week. Members are encouraged to RSVP to (813) 889-9104. YouTube superstar, actor Jet Set Hudson says, "I am Trayvon Martin, we are the world and we are Trayvon Martin." Leota Young, Corre sponding Secretary; Rosa McKinzy Cambridge, President. c a: u. c z c c tn w ::::) ..... li: w > w c w J: tn :::; m ::::) Ill. z iii ...J .... ::::) m ... w Demand! Justice for all! Actor Jet Set Hudson. Z WJSbing you a happy birthday and many more to come. It's almost countdown time, Maahhbb. w From, the family. tn a: 0 _, u. DUKE And HA'ITIE B. Spring Fashion Show Macedonia M. B. Church, Zephyrhills, Nehemiah Project will host a Spring Fashion Show Fundraiser on Saturday, April 28, 2012, 6:30 p. m. at the Embassy Suites USF. Proceeds will benefit the Youth Education Scholarship Fund. Tickets can. be purchased on line at Fashio114Spring.eventbrite.com. A reception will follow the show Alhlenise TDIIIII BUY THIS SPOT eall813-241-1921

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c 1912 All Class Dance Charmenes Plan Benefit Gala'Denim And Glitz' BETIY KINSEY Members of the Hillsbor ough County Chapter of The Channettes, Incorporated are preparing for their spring gala, "Denim and Glitz." The gala is being held in support of the Cancer Research Cen ter at Howard University, Washington, D. C. The gala will be held Sat urday, April 21, 2012 at the West Tampa Convention Center, 3005 W. Columbus Dr., beginning at 9 p. m. Music will be by Floyd Joy. The attire is denim and glitz. The Charmettes nation ally adopted the Cancer Re search Center as their project and to date has donated over ll2 million dollars to the cen ter. Chapters throughout the United States and the Ba hamas will present their do nations to the university during the organization's An nual National Convention, May 16-20, 2012, in Orlando. Locally, the Channettes has also donated funds to H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center, as well as the Relay For Life Walk-A-Thon. For tickets to this weekend's gala call (813) 8728809, 621-2760, or contact any Charmette. Charmette Betty Kinsey is chairper son, Evelyne Keeton, co chairperson; Dr. Margaret A. Fisher, chapter presi dent. Tampa Metro Section National. Council 01 Negro women News DR. BARBARA WRIGHT .- Guest Speaker For the second term, Teresa Morning is serving as the tst Vice President and Program Chair of the Tampa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW). She is primarily re sponsible for preparing the Section for its annual Unity Day, a day offellowship at a local church during the month of April. This year, the Section's members will worship at St. Luke AME Church on Sun. day, Apri122nd. All members are encouraged to attend. Another responsibility of the tst VP is arranging the Section's annual fundraiser. This year the annual fundraiser banquet will be held at Pepin's Hospitality Center, comer of E. Dr. Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and soth St. The event is sched uled for Sunday, May 2oth, 4-6 p. m. The theme is "Lift the Legacy." The master of ceremonies will be News ChannelS An chor Rod Carter. The speaker will be Dr. Barbara Wright, Senior Women President of the Progressive Missionary and Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida. The 2012 "'Bethune Achiever" sponsored by the Tampa Section is Carolyn Watson. Anyone interested in at tending this affair should contact Rosalie Jones at (813) 626-1447, or any of the Section's members. :!! r.... :" ..... THE 1972 "ALL CLASS" N ""' The 1972 All-Class held a dance at the West Tampa Convention Center. In atten rdance were: Robert Session, Alberta Chambers, Unda Freeman, Nancy Johnson, g Donna Holloway, Maria Washington, Bertha Bowers (vice president), Reggie Bolton 6 Carol Cooper, Janice Clark, Rose Thomas Harris, Barbara Copeland, Unda Gate )lo wood and Thomas Manning. In the back: James C1'088, Reginald Nixon, Dw Franklin, Mike King and Joyce Hopkins. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) z Everyone can play a part In ensuring all our ..J..IIl children become successful adults. 'llllfl\ Call 813-204-1703 to register today! Children's Board ::1 z m r-aJ c rr m ::::! z ., c m r-u; ::z:: m c m c m en c ,.. z c ""' ::u 6

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Group Hopes Garden Will Bring Communitv Together This Is a member of Oeeupy Tampa taldng care of the garden. Since the Occupy Tampa group took up residence at Freedom Park in West Tampa, they have been met C with some support by area 0: business owners, and also some resistance from some z elected officials. c( In an effort to bring every> one together, the group has staged a series of rallies and meetings, and have also offered free food and > tainment. ffi Although the numbers > have improved with each W event, Community Activist, fil DWight Bolden, said there :r: is still a need to get more people involved. m "We always have people walking or driving by, curiZ ous about what's going on. i= But, we need them to stop, get out of their car, or just walk over and talk to some of the people. "West Tampa needs all the support it can get, especially with the redevelopment plans underway for the area. We need to create an atmos phere where the people will have a voice, and be taken seriously." With the help of two busi ness owners, a space between the Main Street Grocery Store and the for mer Nite-Lighters Building has been converted into a community garden. The idea of the garden is to use it as a centerpiece to bring people together, and at the same time provide a resOurce for the community. "The O.T. group and citi zens in the area are pitching in to clean up the area, and make the soil right for planting." said Bolden. "Our goal is to plant veg etables and make them avail able to whoever needs them. We will maintain the garden Middleton High Class 011965 The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will hold a busi ness meeting on Monday, April 23, 2012, 6:30 p. m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Board Of TaDI HIUSill lllllerhiMeedng l The resuJar meetiD& of the Board of Commislioners of the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa will be held on Wednesday, April18, 2012, 8 a. m. in the boardroom, 1529 Main St. The Construction and co Procurement Department will w host a vendor woftshop on 0 Thursday April 19 9 a. m. if -12 noon, at the Oaks of Riverview Community Center, no&. ICilbySt. -. THA's 4th Annual Golf Tournament will be held Friday, April 20, 2012, at Saddlebrook Resort, Wesley Chapel. The shotgun start is at8a.m. Hazel Harvey, Chairman of the Board; Jerome Ryans, President/CEO. ourselves, but that doesn't mean we will tum down any outside help with materials." Bolden said they are plan ning another rally to talk more about the redevelopment project and the pro posed razing of the North Boulevard Homes Public Housing Complex. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached qt (813) 248-0724, or e mailed at lcrews@.flsen tinetcom We cordially initt yau to an Anointed Holy Ghost Aprilll-20, 2012 (Wed-Fri) 7:30 p.ll.lightly '. Ught of the World Deliverance Church Apestle ..... ., & Idle Jeles, Plsllrs I. 15th Streei Tampa, FL lll-234-9115 (C.. tl1516 & ,.,.}

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-f lfs B811AIIIOSI 3 Years: Conditions In Haiti Are Still Bad J PASTOR DIEMS .. JAMES" DUVERLUS Pastor Diem "James" Duverlus returned to his na tive home of Port-Au-Prince, Haiti in January, and said very little has changed. MAYOR .JEAN GAEL ,. .... -="" 1\) 0 .... 1\) r stayed there for a week, and I saw no progress. The price of everything is very high, and transportation is a big problem. The gas prices there are higher than in the United States, and people just can't get to the store and other places without having to walk miles." lem, because people are doing whatever they have to do to survive. Young girls are prostituting themselves to help take care of themselves and their families. The older peo ple are getting it worse, because there are no programs to help them in Haiti. Medical care is still bad, and there are no programs of prevention set up." HaltlaD alrls as youna as 12 have turned to pavstitution to take care of themSelves and their families. Pastor James said that is especially troublesome for the older people. cnme is still a big prob-Pastor James said now, Haiti is entering their stonn season, so things will get a lot worse. He also said, the relief efforts are helping some, but the people who need it the most aren't getting a thing. "You're basically on your own. "Th.e political climate is still a problem, because we have no prime minister. That means there's no one running the country right now." Pastor James said he was able to get his mother out, but only for 5 or 6 months, because when her "If It Had Not Been For The Lord On Our Side PsiJbll 90:1 Wednesday, April 18, 7:00p.m. visa expires, sbe1l have to go back. .. It's been almost 3 years, and I don't know how much more the Haitian people will be able to take. Everything is in total chaos right now." On April 21St, in recogni tion of Haitian, American Na tional Day, Port-Au-Prince Mayor, Jean Gael, will be coming to Tampa to speak 'TI about his country and make a r plea for help. He will also ung veil his plans to rebuild the 52 downtown area. Mayor Gael will be apen pearing at the University Ceoter on 22nd Street, and the event will begin at 6 p. m. The public is invited and encourr aged to attend. m c: r r-!!l z ., c: m r-Cii ::J: m 0 m < m -f c: m en c ?< ,.. z c 'TI :a c ?< Rev. B.E. Garmon, Sr., M.Div. Pastcir I I Sunday, April 22, 4:00p.m. Pre-Anniversary Service Northside Missionary Baptist Church Pre-Anniversary Service Piney Grove Mlssiollary Baptist Church Pre-Anniversary Service First Prospect Missionary Baptist Olurdl 90th Anniversary Celebration! Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Pastor Ricardo Robinson Pastor Willie B. Roberts Pastor Tony B. Harris Pastorw. James Favorite Special Guest Bob Buckhorn

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; ,local Over 300 bpected To Anend Black And Gold Scholarship_ Ball icC c The Gamma Zeta Lambda ffi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and the GZJ. Educa1tional Foundation will host the annual Black and Gold Schol arship Ball on Saturday, May 12th; 2012 Over 300 guests are expected for an evening of recognition, encouragement, entertainment, dinner and dancing. The theme for this year's Ball is "An Investment in Excellence" and this year's event will feature Dr. Robert M. Franklin, Jr., President of Morehouse College. More house is an all male nationally recognized liberal arts school with the distinction of produc ing more African American doctors than any college in the United States. Rev. Dr. Franklin, the 10th president of Morehouse, received his Master's Degree from Harvard University and his Ph.D. froni the University c of Chicago. ii: Ms. Deiah Riley, Momu. ing News Anchor for ABC C Channel 28 will serve as Mis :i tress of Ceremonies. Proceeds from this event C fund the Fraternity's Men of UJ Tomorrow Program and W enable the Tampa Alumni Chapter to provide scholar > ships to deserving high school -ffi > w c w ::I: UJ -..J m a. en ., BRUCE CURRY President students; -Open to high school fresh men, sophomores, jUniors and seniors, the Men of Tomorrow Program is designed, to equip high school students with the necessary skills to succeed and in colleges nation. wide and to become tomorrow's ieaders. The program provides workshops on topics for success such as goal set ting, time management, career choices, financial aid and fiscal responsibility; striay, testing and interviewing skills, and fi nally transitioning to college. Students also participate in college tours and outings that develop leadership and social skills. The workshops begin in October and culminate at the Black and Gold Scholarship Ball, with recogni tion of graduating seniors arid scholarship awards to the top KEITH HARRIS Event Chair students. "We are extremely pleased with the out:J:each we are doing within olir community. The proceeds from our annual Black and Gold Ball is one of the many ways we cancontinue to support our various programs," says Keith. Har-ris, Event Chair. The 2012 Black and Gold Scholarship Ball will be held at the Hyatt Regency Tampa (211 N. Tampa St., Tampa) and will feature a Welcome Reception at 6 P.M., with seating for dinner at 7 P. M. Tickets are $70 each and are available from any active member of the fraternity, online at www.gzledu cationalfoundation.org, or by calling (813) 971-4383. More information can be found at www.tampa alphas.com and www.gzledu cationalfoundation.org. z t= w ..J ..J m ..J w z rn ..... rn Students For VPK 4-Bth Grade. t= z w UJ a: 0 ..J u. :a n 5 rn :a n ..... A CelltollciC........,. Environment ::Z: A CompreheMtwe Curriculum including Art, 'lechlOioiJJ. nd P. e. _._ Smen ca...roo.... .nd Low Student to Teacher Ado (1 teacher to 12 ........_). -..r Interne who _,. u Iuton fn:Nn t.oc.l Unlvenltlea r- l..oodMI--. the fn:Nn the. Cllplblno eo,. a Glrla a. for...., tiChool care n ..., Up for 8ludente Scholarablptt for thotie who qudfJ. ..... ct.rt below). (I) Total Gross Monthly 8pusehold Income i IJ ,,il_ 0 .... For more information please visit our website : http://stpe ter cla vercatholicscho ol.org/ or call the school at (813) 224-0865 Civic Justice Members Operate Food Pantrv And -COIIPUter Repair Shop Ronnie O'Neal and Pedro Pinet stand beside a refrigerator at the food pantry BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, the doors of Corps members Helping Corps Members Food Pantry opened its doors at 5201 N. Nebraska Avenue. The food pantry is the culmination of a partnership between Feeding America and the IT Forward Civic Justice Corps. The food pantry is an initia tive operated by members of the Civic Justice Corps. Each month,.the members rotate the responsibility of operating the pantry. The member serving pro.:.. vides lunches for the corps members during the day. Dur ing the evening, he provides additional food to meet. the needs of the corps member families In addition, the program particiPants Will learn about preparing healthy meals. The U. S. Department of Labor is providing funding for SOJ;Ile ofthe. food. However, the students "work" for the addi tional funding. Under the auspices of the Computer Mentors Group, Inc., the young men have been trained in computer repair. Now, they offer computer re pairs at the Center to the com munity. Each of the members. are Certified through the Computer Mentors Group IC3 Pro gram. They repair the computers for a donation, under the watchful eye of Ms. Meghan Fish-Stuhl, IT Ed ucation Assistant and Senrice Project Coordinator. Corps members who have not completed their IC3 Pro gram training help by accept ing the computers, interviewing the owner about the problems with the com puter,' and notifying them when it is ready for pick up.' For more information or to learn more about tlie IT For ward Civic Justice Corps, call (813) 374-0130. News Alert-The Florida Law S1ataa That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loe8 wages And-Medical Carefrom the to the end $plnallnjultes Neck Pain Back Pain Hlp Pain_ Leg Pain lral.....,..llon Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided SpeclaMdng In: Car Accldeilla Pede8Citan lncid8llts MoloiCJ!Cie Truck Acc*tent8 Sip and Falla. Biqde a. Don"t be vlcllmlud twice for an accident that waen't your faUlt" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free -1-866-352-4200 ,_ Available 24 /7 Days A Week lite.

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oiiiiiiiiiiL-.ocaoiiiiioOiiiiiiol ________________ ........ -------i .. Hillsborough Commu College Hosts 2nd Annual College Wide Summit c ,. ., :::D r= ... ..... Amons those attending the and Annual Collqe-Wlde Male Summit at HillsboJ'OUih Community Collqe from left to right are Dr. Calvin Madde, Dr. IAll8 Ponjuan, Dr. Keith Berry, and Dr. Joan Holmes. YOUII8 men from throughout the Tampa Bay Area took part In the and Annual Collep-Wlde Male Summit recently held at Hillsborough Community Collep. "TI 0 Recently, young men from throughout the Tampa Bay Area took part in the 2nd Annual College-Wide Male Summit. The event took place on March 30th, at Community College. The theme for this year's event was "Empo1Der Men of Color for Higher Education." More than three hundred community college and local high school students took part in the summit. Dr.Luis Po.Vuan and Dr. calvin Mackie served as the guest speakers for the summit. Middle school and Call Toda}' For Spnng Spe(ials Micros Senegalise Kinky Twist Cornrows Interlocks Sew-Ins All Types of Braids We Accept Credit Cards AOa1ress: 10020 N. 30th St 8ehild 8usdl Gatclens High school students from several schools throughout Hillsborough County attended the summit. Students attending high schools were afforded the opportunity to speak with recruiters from Hillsbo rough Community College. Hillsborough Community College students spoke with representatives from the University of South Florida and Florida A & M University Dr. Joan Holmes, of Hillsborough Community College, is the Director of. the HOPE Scholars Mentoring Program. Dr. -.FLSENTINEL.COM www.facebook.com/Asentinel www .twiHer .com/flsentinelb Keith Berry is the Program Director. Staff g members who work to en ensure that HOPE Scholars m remain in school, graduation and transfer to an institution of higher learning to r complete their education m are Brian Rodriguez and F Jenning Medina. Gall Today For Monlllly Specials 813-248-1921 AdVertising Dept z ., c: m r-u; :::t m c m :::D < -1 c: m en c ,. z c "TI c

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N ; Loca N Tamp,ns Share An Opponunitv OJ 1 Utatima BYGWENHAYES 5J Sentinel Editor w ::::) 1Those who were able to see President Barack Obama on Friday had to rise a bit early to be in place for the President's arrival at noon. For those who were there, it was an opportunity of a lifetime that they will cher ish. Mrs. Harper Davis worked on the President's campaign in 2008, she worked with the press at the Stadium when the President visited, and she's busy at work now for the 2012 election of President Barack Obama. "This was the first time I've actually had the oppor c tunity to touch a President's 0: hand and he's the first President campaign z I've worked in." Mrs. Davis said the icC speech was "awe-inspiring." because it was about small W businesses. Her step son, Ju1ius Davis, a small busi > ness owner and recent winffi ner of several awards, was iij one of those invited to see c the President. Mrs. Curolyn Collins, (J) President of the :J Hillsborough County Branch NAACP said, a. "President Obama said he wants to increase the tij goods imported into the ::l Tampa Port and he wanted ffi to export more goods that are made in America from the port. "He was not focusing on F1orida, he was focusing on the City of Tampa. He also said be wanted to put more people back to work and increasing the imports would provide an opportunity for jobs as well as by shipping out goods made in this oountry." Businesswoman, Mae Alice Judge probably had one of the best seats: she was at Tampa International Airport when Air Force One touched down, thanks to her nephew, lVarren Judge, who has affiliation with Washington, D. C government. "'lbat was one of the most breath-taking sights to see -the plane landing and the President walking down those steps." Mrs. Judge, owner of Total Image Beauty Salon, has the only phone bank in East Tampa for the election of the President. She was able to speak with him and tell him about the phone bank. "He shook my hand, thanked me and told me to keep up the good work." she said. She was not at the Port Authority for his speech. Others spotted in the crowd at the Port were: Rep. Betty Reed, Rep. Darryl Rousson, Joan Dawson, Dianne Hart, Candy Lowe and her daughter, Jimmie Giles, Mr. and Mrs. Parnell (Ernestine) Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Cassandra) Booth, and Sentinel photographer, Julia Jackson. lbice of Our Community Speaking for Itsez.r-wtlh 8pecW 8pllkM' Or. Robert Franklin Col,.,. orlnfuir...,.., ,.._Wilt Egg Hunt It cvrus Greene Park Cyrus Greene Park was filled with youngsters on the Saturday before Easter as they partici pated in an egg hunt. (Photography by BRUNSON) Rlnyah and Rinqja were reedy to hunt for egs. Did Toby find all the eggs?!? Mylah came with her buck et to eollect ezp. Aunt Sheril assists TenUah and Denae ln their search for eggs. Henry Ballard and School Board Member Susan Valdez help a younpter search for ega. NAACP members took advuatage of the opportunity to regis ter voters. From left, Dr. Carolyn Collins, Yvette Lewis and Belintbia Berry. Jamarion and Mike-Mike found an egg. Bven Know 1t. High blood pres:wte Is the Jeadlng C8US8 d he8llh issues. Gel )'0018 checiKJ at Alet1dlen Reseatch whk:h olkKs complimentafy screenings. If )'OU hiW9 high blood pl'fii3Ut8, may qually fore new r8S88ICh study using an investigaiJonel two FDA spptOWid meclications. Quslilied padicipents willl808ive at no Evaluations, physlcsl exams, IOUIIne lab Mri' lfW'8S1igalional medication l*ne and,....,may be BV8ilable. No medJctJI hstnnce. AIJC8SAI)f. 813-877-8839 727-347-8839 TAMPA BROOKSVILLE BRADENTON

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_ L_o_c_a_l ____________________________________________________________________________ en c Youngsters In Tampa Park Treated To-Euu Hunt )> ., The young people in Tampa Park Apartments Complex were treated to a egg hunt on Easter Saturday. The 'Easter Bunny' joined them in the outdoor activities. (Photography by BRUNSON) Christine and Latoya with the Bwmy, 'fiera. Alissa, Jallssa and Keith were also looking for eggs. Lanya and Ladedra eqjoyed hunting eggs. Cathy Bennett assisted with the egg hunt. Brittany and Monteria prepared goodies for the youngsters. Tired of driving, high gas prices, and the stress of congestion 7 Let HART get to your destination. HART is a clear, clean and inexpensive to the automobile. HART has more than 20 Park-n-Ride lots and transfer centers. The concept is easy. Park your car in the lots and take a HART bus. Even if you don't have a car, these centers service many of our routes. HART is hard at work serying our community with improvements including, our Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, located between North Central Avenue and North Seminol_ e Avenue. In the HART Yukon Park-n-Ride transfer center, HART is doubling the number of bus bays, adding public restroom facilities, and improving traffic circulation for better school bus drop-off. For more information on fares, routes, and how HART can make your life easier visit our web-site www.goHART.org, or call the HART information line: (813) 254-HART (4278). Ride HART. Be Smart. r ..A ...... N c ..A N "tJ c: al c en ::::t m c m < m -< -t c: m en c )> z c ., c

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N N Hugs' As Gov. Scon Greets. Obama In Tampa c ffi PRFS. BARACK OBAMAAnd GOV. SC01T Gov. Rick Scott, who was at the airport for his eighth Let's Get to Work!" day, took a break Friday afternoon to go to the private aviation terminal and greet President Barack O bama. more than 30 Latin America countries. The president was in Tampa to speak at the Port of Tampa about expanding 0 trade in Latin America. He was en route to Colombia for >a summit with leaders from c Scott, a Republican, was in a line to greet the presi dent with Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and U. S. R.ep. Kathy Castor, both Democrats. According to Buckhorn and Castor, there was some friendly between the president and governor, but no hugs. c ---------------------------------------0 w w > w c w :t: (/) :::i CD ;:::) D. z i= w .... .... ;:::) CD We offer Hbmeowner and Auto i nsurance at very low rates we have serveral caniera to Chose from to give you the choice and the peace or mind. You can save hundreds with low down payments AND FREE QUOTES CALL US e 813-88t-2274 LOCATm INSIDE INSTANT TAX SERVICE 47f111EAST BUSCH BLVD., STE 1105 FLORIDA 31117 ...1 CONFIDENTIAUTY NOTICE: T11ll oommunlcellon mey conlldlllllll w lnfonniiOn lntllndld Ofl'lltJ for the eddrlllll(l). If you 1111 GOIIIIIUIIIolll z i= z EN 221-1 1481 Tl-Pill PIIZI @ llllnSU lVI. & Sclll St. ..... n "; '::1 j 3i .C S .. -:: n-' :;: SOn .. : ro :n :JSCC J::,C '>e-.,:'"'5 ,: .. :c::c Jt :..: .. : .. .,, .. .. ,: .. .. .. J :":c Pres.lllllll: an11YII secret Santee Prosdtuta lllegadons True PRES. BARACK OBAMA CARTAGENA, Colombia -President Baraek Obama, speaking for the first time about allegations that Secret Service agents hired prostitutes, said Sunday that '"of course I'll be angry" if those accusations are proven true by an investigation. The president never directly mentioned that the specific accusations, confirmed by media outlets, that agents were cavorting with prostitutes before the president arrived in Colombia. The Secret Service sent 11 agents home and placed them on leave for miscon duct as the agency reviews what happened. President Pavs $182,014 lnTuason S189,6141ncome WASHINGTON Pressuring Mitt Romney on taxes, President Barack Obama's campaign re, released more than a decade of tax records Friday, a political maneuver designed to pressure the Republican presidential candidate to divulge tax records beyond two years and to stop '"hid ing* details of his huge per sonal wealth. Pres. Obama's own tax return for last year showed that he and his wife paid $162,074 in federal taxes on $789,674 in adjusted gross income, an effective tax rate of 20.5 percent. Their income plunged from $1.7 million in 2010, with declining sales of the president's books. In 2009, the Obamas reported income of $5.5 million, fueled by the best-selling books. Romney"s campaign has projected he will pay more than $6.2 million in taxes on $45 million in income in 2010 and 2011 but has not released tax information prior to the past two years. llami-Dade Rre CaPtain On Travnn Case: Blame sh*Tbag' Parents 01 our Urban Youth' The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Department is inves tigating a Facebook post by one of its captains that seems to blame the shooting death of Trayvon Martin on the "shi*tbag parents" of '"our urban youth," and the "ghetto hoodie look" of young black men like Martin. The entry was posted on the personal Facebook page of Miami-Dade fire captain Brian Becknlann. The page's profile entry lists Metro-Dade Firefighters Local1403. "'1be state seeks reelection again; truth aside. I and my coworkers could rewrite the book on whether our urban youths are victims of racist profiling or products of their failed, sh*tbag, ignorant, pathetic, welfare dependent excuses for parents, but like Mrs. Corey, we speak only the truth. They're just misunderstood little church going FIRE CAPTAIN BRIAN BECKMANN angels and the ghetto hoodie look doesn't have anything to do with why people wonder if they're about to get jacked by a thug." Beckmann responded to questions about the page in a Facebook message, saying, "I am a private citizen and have the same right to freely express an opinion on any subject that anyone else does. I choose not to embellish or alter the facts as your employer chose to do." \ I I. I I l I \I I Employflorlda.com 1-811FLA 2345

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. Jada Pinkett Smith spoke to the French maga zine Gala about the rumors that said that her marriage to Will Smith was on the rocks. She said the stories are "ridiculous" and that she and Will were waiting for the "storm to blow over." WILL SMITH AND JADA PINKETI' SMITH lionel Richie Owes $1.1 Million UONEL RICHIE Lionel Richie owes some money to Uncle Sam. The 62-year-old music legend has a $1.1 million debt to the Feds, according to IRS documents. The hefty sum is leftover from unpaid income taxes in 2010. In addition, Richie has been slapped with a lien, meaning the federal govern ment has the right to seize his assets if he doesn't pay up in a timely manner. Fortunately, with new projects in the works it seems the "All Night Long" crooner should be able to scrounge up the cash to put this financial matter behind him. loses Millions In Ad Sales Fer 'I' Ma_gazine -, I ;.: \ O PRAH WINFREY Just when we thought things were beginning to look up for Oprah Winfrey, her highly successful magazine takes a fall. At; oording to a new report, 0, The Oprah Magazine is down millions of dollars in advertising sales in compar ison to last year. The Association of Maga zine Media reports that ad sale revenue for 0, The Oprah Magazine was $48.8 million in 2011. However, this year ad sales are at a low of $34.2 million, which translates to a decrease of 24.1 percent. The magazine's newsstand sales have also been declining as of late. Just last month, Oprah's struggling television network, OWN, announced that they were laying off one-fifth of their woikers and re structuring the way they operate." Win&ey said the deci sion was a one, but the economics of a start-up cable channel didn't fit with OWN's cost structure. lulrs Sells Fir $6.211 Former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan's Bel leair mansion, which was LolL_...,._ listed for HULK $25M in HOGAN 2006, has finally sold for $6.2M. The property appraiser's office says the market value is $5.36 million. The 17,145 s.f. house has 5 bedrooms, 8 full bathrooms and 3-1/2 half-bathrooms, and a 5 garage. The two-story waterfront property, which sits on more than 1112 "manicured" acres, also boasts multiple fire places, a dock with two boatlifts, and a pool with a two-tier waterfall. Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bolle&, was able to keep the property as part of his bitter public divorce from Unda Bollea in 2009. Bill CosbV: lfs Guns, Not Race In Tranon Martin case Actor and comedian man was doing with a Bill Cosby says the gun, and who taught debate over the killing him how to behave with of Trayvon Martin it. by a neighborhood Martin, 17, was shot watch volunteer in February. Cosby should be focused on s8id during the inter-guns, not race. BILL view, which was taped In an interview on COSBY Thursday afternoon, CNN's state of the Union that he once owned a gun but aired Sunday, Cosby said no longer does. He says there '11 calling George Zimmer-is a need to get guns off the 6 man a racist doesn't solve streets, and that people :a anything. should be taught to use every 6 Cosby says the bigger possible alternative befo r e )lo question is what Zimmer-shooting someone. z -t 11111111-llllller: 1111 Call n IBI'IIk II, I'Ve leel SIIJIII Here For Years z m r-aJ c: r r-EASf HAMYI'ON, N.Y. -A New York man has been accused of breaking into Sean "Diddy" Combs's East Hampton mansion, where he apparently ate food, drank liquor and wore the rap mogul's clothes. Quamine Taylor of Queens was arrested at the sprawling home on April 1. He's being held in jail on trespassing and petit larcen y charges. The unemployed 30-year-old has not posted $2,000 bail. "I've actually been going to the house from time to time since 2001, I stay there a lot, but Sean gets funny some times about me staying there," Taylor said. COMBS z "tt c: aJ r-(i) :I: m c In his first break-in, Taylor m tried to pass himself off as Combs' cousin when cops :a found him intoxicated after he took a dip in Combs' C: pool. m This Taylor spun a story that he was a close per sonal friend and even con)It vinced a security detail of the lie when he accidentally '11 tripped an alarm in the man ::D sion. c

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Nr---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------rts warren Sapp Flied For a: BankrUPICV Talld Going To Jail w lr---------...... :) led him to file for bankruptcy last week. .... ,... w CJ WARRENSAPP Warren Sapp says a bad construction deal at the worst possible time sent him spiraling into debt that Sapp claims he was motivated to file for bank ruptcy with $6.7 million worth of debt because he didn't want to go to jail. Sapp estimates he grossed about $6o million during his playing days, pri marily with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and now he's reduced to not much. It's a little hard to believe one failed investment project, building homes in Fort Pierce, Fla., broke him. But that's what Sapp says. Declares For 1 1 11 ANDRE DRUMMOND STORRS, Conn. Connecticut center Andre Drummond said Friday he has declared for the NBA draft after a single season of college basketball. The 18-year-old freshman averaged 10 points for the Huskies this season while leading the team in rebounding at 7.6 per game. '"My family and I feel that this is the right time for me to take the next step in my basketball career," Drummond said. "It has always been a goal of mine to compete against the world's best players and that is one of the big factors for me in making this deci sion." The announcement comes days after UConn's leading scorer, sophomore Jeremy Lamb, announced that he too will be leaving for the NBA. The NCAA has banned UConn from next year's postseason because of past academic problems. 2012 '.football & Chaerleading Seaeon.-. '"New Begllwtlng wifh Nf1W Goals Prtle, Honor. TIWiflon Footbalva.er Prereglltldor.: When: Now undl July 2. 2012 $100.00 (nor-.........,..) for Allg I. Tldde MoMy Ordera OHLYIIII I jill...., .. tar)!!!Mcltd tp ................. 2012=2011 !Cbool Jlll'tlw! wl .bt., ,.. clwpt ...... ll!!!nft,., flllwocpnWt ......... ., .... 01 Mftqm 11toi;R!m -arth Cel1llc II a e IIICI Up-TO-OAl'E PHYSICALS wl be needecr'" Ages 5-14 yrl for mont intorm111011 .... COl act Mr. Dlnwl HeYward 0 813-381-5380 or ML Nldd Cdey 813-624-3875. ............................ ., .................... ....... lldsllll Sill S .Taard Jaaun TANARD JACKSON ASHBURN, Va. The Washington Redskins have signed free agent safety Tanard Jackson, who was released by Tampa Bay earli er this week after failing a physical. Radlll Wllb's Twllllllllds Ban RODDY WHITE Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White has offended the LGBT commu nity with a tweet in which he stated he did not want to be gay. When he was asked by a fan if he would rather lead the league in stats or win he answered that it was like ask ing if someone wanted to be gay or straight. Sanle's Reblml TI'Slln LONDON FLETCHER WASHINGTON London Fleteher has agreed to a two-year deal to re-sign with the Washington Redskins. The veteran free agent linebacker announced on Twitter on Friday: "Redskins fans your captain is back!" Fleteher, who turns 37 next month, has been the anchor. of Washington's defense for five seasons. He's never missed a game in his NFL career, having playe4 in 224 straight since debuting with the St. Louis Rams in 1998. IF Declares ForNBIIraft GAINESVILLE, Fla. -Florida guard Bradley Beal is turning pro, leaving the Gators after one season. Beal announced his inten tions Friday, declaring for the NBA draft after telling coach BDiy Donovan. The 6-foot-4 Deal is expected to be a lottery pick in the June 28 draft, predict ed to go in the top five. Beal averaged 14.8 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists as a freshman and made the BRADLEY BEAL first-team All-Southeastern Conference team. Former Baars WRArrestad CHICAGO -Former Terrell is being held on $10,000 bond for a domestic battery charge. Court documents allege he grabbed his ex-girlfriend dur ing an argument inside his high-rise Chicago apartment and threatened to throw her off a ba1cony. The 33-year-old was charged with misde meanor domestic battery and appeared in court Saturday. Terrell's attorney declined to comment, saying bis client is innocent. Terrell was arrested Friday. Chicago police say the DAVID TERRELL woman checked into a Chicago hospital after leaving Terrell's apartment and contacted police. Police sav Cha,rlas Rogers Threatened To Kill l 1iS Mlth 18r Police allege that Charles Rogers, the former No. 1 overall draft pick by the Detroit Lions, threatened to kill his mother if she did not re-pay him a loan of $100,000. In the report, police allege Charla Rogers threatened his mother by saying he would "'blow her mouth out" and that he was willing to do "'the time" for the crime if he did not get his money back. It's a complicated mess for Charles Rogers, who bas encountered serious financial trouble and was ordered to CIIAitLES ROGERS re-pay the Lions $6.1 million for defaulting on his contract.

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ports .....-------------fii (/) ArDIWIId Track Star Tl Anend Acran Universitv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When you talk to Armwood High School's track and field coach, Chris Biernacld, he will tell you he's pleased with t h e direction his squad i s goi ng He11 also tell you that he's really pleased with the progress his star runner, Wade Edwards, Ill, has shown Edwards, a senior who bas committed to attend Acron University, has run track at Armwood all four years, with his specialty being the sprints (loo and 200 meters). He also com petes in the long and triple jump, and is a running back and slot receiver on the Hawks' football team. My goal is to play football in college, and compete in track and field," said Edwards. My dad (Wade Edwards, .Jr.) attended Annwood., and he was also a sprinter and competed in the long and triple jump." Edwards said when he WADE EDWARDS, Dl visited the campus of Acron University, he loved every thing about it. And he does n't think he11 get homesick. He also said be's happy that his brother will be eontinuiDg the family legacy. "'My brother, is in the gth grade and already Magic And Bird Discuss Frien.dshiP And HIV ont enerman' Mape Johnson and Larry Bird on the ure Sho'ID With Daufd Letterman.. Magie .Johnson and Larry Bird appeared on the Late Show With David Letterman last night and spoke .about .Johnson' HIV dla&nosis and. their long.term friendship. .Johnson spoke about the day in 1991 that he announced to the public that he was HIV positive at a time when AIDS was con sidered an automatic death sentence. The two became close friends when they were seen as the players in bas. -rbe best fee ling is when a friea4 up porte fO" .Johnsoa Said of BIN after the announcement. !"And this young man came and supported me. Forget the sportS, forget the champi onships, forget the MVP. He came to my side and sup ported me and 111 never for get that." eompeting. He ran with me in the 4X100, and that was special. We set the school record. He runs the second leg, and I run the first leg. "AcademicaDy, 111 major in sports medicine. During track season in high school, I stay injury free, but I do get banged up playing football. My goal is to be a state champion before I graduate. Biernacki said Edwards is one of the hardest work ing kids he coaches He wasn't the fastest his first three years, but he worked hard to get there. This year, be started to show up for us and became our number one guy. Also, having brothers competing together is really cool. They push each other petty good and they are both very competitive." Biernacld said Edwards is going to be tough to replace, but he's excited about Kaylaun, and feels the family legacy is in good hands. Magic Preparing To Finish Season Without Howard DWIGIIT H O WARD CLEVELAND Orlando Magic coach Stan Van Gundy says he's preparing to play the rest of the regu lar season and playoffs without injured star.-Dwlpt Howard. Howard will miss his fourth straight game with a back injury Sunday against the Cavaliers. He was diag oosed with a herniated di8k : week. Howard WtlJ i rest the injury for 10 4a)'l } and then be Van Gundy said before S _unday's game that he would consider it a bonus if Howard or forward Redo Turkoglu, who is sidelined with a facial fracture, return at some point this season. The playoffs begin April28. LAURA This week, our Beauty Unlimited feature Is a lady you may have seen before, but I know you have never forgotten. This young lady enjoys being the object of everyone's attention, and has no problem maintaining her place. When she's not busy being creative, Laura can be found pursuing her dream of being successful and a force to be dealt with. Laura enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, and has never been camera shy. When It comes to the man in her IHe, Laura said he must be strong, respectful, handsome, self reliant, and ambitious. Congratulations to Laura as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. ., r-0 :!! UJ m z :::t z m r-m c r rz c m r-iii :X: m c m < m -4 c m UJ c ,. z c

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MRS. MIRIAM SHARP Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Miriam Sharp, who departed this earthly realm on Tuesday morning, April u, 2012, will be held on Thunday, April19, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Re Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 1924 E. Comanche Av enue, with Reverend Dr. Zachary S. Hudson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Mrs. Sharp was preceded in death by: her husband, Lee Sharp, Jr.; her parents, James C and Izeal Brooks; biological fa;:: ther, Maceo R.oprs; son, Corey .., U. Gardner; brother, Melvin LL. Williams; and great nephew, C lanByrd. She leaves to cherish pre"""' cious memories with: her six >-daughters, all ofTampa, Delbra ic( Stowe Thompson (Fred), Car e olyn King, Renee Sharp, Cynfi)W thla S&arp1 Faye Jones (Charlie) and Dedra Gardner Morris; sixteen grandchildren, tHolton Bug, Jr. (Earline), >-Tyree King and Bryant Johnffi son, all of Houston, TX, Ben-> jamln Baladen, Jr., Byron Sharp, Mepn Lowe, Avis War W ren, TraviS Wallace, Shadana Q Ortega, Domoniqua Gardner, W Corey_ Gardner, Clifford Gard% ner, Christopher Stowe, .Joseph Stowe and Larry Nance, all of -' Tampa, and Arielle Pratt of CD Seattle, Washingtont twenty;:, four great granachlldreD; two a.. sisters, Katie M. Oliver of z Tampa, and GwendoftMori= gan (Nathaniel) ofW on, w DC; six Iris yrd, _, Rhonda McCartny, Charlotte -' McHayle, Hinson and ;:) Carmela WUiiams, all of CD Tampa, and Andrea Moe of _, Washington, DC; four ne ews, W Anthony Keith Dixon, elvin z Williams Jr. of Tampa, t= Nathaniel I. Morpn and Kevin z L Morgan ofWashington, DC; a w host of great nieces and fl) nephews, too many to name; c( and other cousins and MrrowC ing relatives; a -frfend, Mary Maisball; and two 0::: goddaughters, Kim and Sban-0 cola. ii Mrs. Sharp was educated in the schools of Hillsborough County. She was a strong willed and Independent entrepreneur o loved life and family. For a brief period Mrs. Sharp was employed by Tampa Gen eral Hospital in their Housekeeping DeMrtment. There wlll be viewing from 5-8 p.m., Wednesday, April 18, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605 Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approximately 12:45 p. m., ThUrsday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" wwwwllaon-funeralhorpe.com MR. EZELL M. GREEN 7/24/45-4/3/2012 Mr. Ezell M. Green was born in Tampa. He was a 330 Mason, Lodge Perseverance 111527 and a longtime employee of Cargill Chemical Plant. His late wife, Vera Kendrick Green, preceded hint in death. Funeral services for Mr. EzeU M. Green were held Satur day, April 14, ao1a, at a p. m. at Holyneck Missionary Baptist Church, 3395 Cemetery Lane, Marianna, FL. MCKINNIE FUNERAL HOME, 5304 Bowden HOI Road, CampbeUton, FL, 32426, was in charse of .ervlces MRS. JUANITA EMILY TIIOMAS A celebration oflife for Mrs. Juanita Emlly Tbom.as, will be held on Thunday, April 19, 2012, In Sun City Center, FL, with Putor L Rome. Mrs. .Juanita Thomu rec:eived her winp on AprU 12, 201a, after a long battle with cancer. Mrs. Jaa:alta Thomas was the 6th dlild bora to Mrs. Dorothy Floyd and father, Oliver Rolfe, in Chlmao, n., on March 27. 1961. Mrs. Jaanita Thomu was separated from her huband, Mr. R.obert Thomas. Mrs. Juanita Thomas leaves her spirit with: 8 children and 13 grandchildren; Sister Stephens, Sister Rolfe, Brother Knight and Brother Cottman; and a ho.t of nieces, nephews, great nieces and p-eat nephews. She was preeeded in death by: her mother and 2 brothers, Dorothy Floyd, Pehon Floyd and Julius Knight. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Latasha Thomas, Nathaniel Thomas Teel, Dominique HamUt()n, Deaise Hamilton, Frankie Hamilton, Nathan Thomas Teel, Jahmeriah 'Ihomas-'Jeel and John Hamihon; p1Uldchildren, Alexandria Thomas, La Ciarence 'IhoJDU and other grands and great grands; two brothers, WUile Knight and Lawrence Cottmab; two sistere, Joyce Stephens and Sandra Rolfe; nieces, Santana, SeJ:rilla, Laurya, Ecl1a and Amanda; nephews, Tarua, Charles, Mlcheal, Dondre and Brenyant; first cousin, late Karen Cole, Johnny Ivory and wife, Sharon; aild a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends; and special friend. Shaley. Ms. Beverly Branch. Tampa. Ms. Charlotte TbomiJIM)n, Tampa. Mr. Harry Rayford, Jr., Tampa. IIYWIWIIIS nlllll. Ms. Bernice Akins, Tampa. Mr. Neco Jame. .Jonea, Tampa. Mrs. Catherine Murray, Tampa. WII.SOI niERII.HIME DORA PERSON Deacon Joseph Daymond, Tampa. Memories of you, still with our heart. Edwin Person and family. Ms. Beverly Diggs, Tampa. Mrs. Miriam Sharp, Tampa. Local FamiiV Patriarch Beats Odds Betore Passing He was born Joseph Daymond on October 17, 1945 in a little town called Lamont, Florida. At a time when his childhood innocence could've been smeared by the tumul tuous Jim Crow Era, a strong foundation for learning and love was established. Joseph Daymond first learned to love and serve the almighty God. his family (born the sth child out of 9), and lastly his community. For Joe, as he was affec tionately called, being part of a family of meager accommoda tions and humbling begin nings, a strong work ethic was established. From this he learned and throughout life you would often hear him say )'ou have to get up early in morning in order for God to bless you,,. and at other times "'you just can't lie in the bed and think it's going to come to you." This mindset carried him into his young aduhyears as he was drafted into the U. S. Army. There he served his country for two years. Building not only on his foundation of faith and hard work, Joe built upon his family values after he met and married the then Maxine Elizabeth Uvlnpton. To this union of 40 years God granted 5 wonderful children. Upon leaving the Army, Joe worked for CSX Railroad DEACON JOSEPH DAYMOND where he dedicated 34 years of service. Joe suffered a major stroke in 2000 which led to his retirement. At this pivotal point in his life, be embraced a new motto for life right out of the holy writ, "why sit ye here and die"." Joe took to the streets to now become the "Recycling Can Man." He would walk 6 to 8 miles a day 6 days a week. Joe never met a stranger, thus his journey allowed him to meet many people and many would contribute to this new found passion of recycling. Amazingly the stroke couldn't strip him of the values that shaped his life. It took 12 years for life to deal what it considered the ultimate blow. Joe suffered a major heart attack on Wednesday, March 21, 2012. The doctors said it was over then, that night! Once again, Joe refused to be a vic tim!!! For 21 days he beat the odds and astonished every doctor and nurse on duty. Joe served as a Sunday School Teacher, a member of the Brotherhood Chorus, and other capacities, including an ordained Deacon at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church for over 28 years. Funeral services for Deacon Daymond will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2012, 11 a.m. at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church. W"Jlson Fu neral Home is handling the arrangements Uncle Sandy says Be careful what you seek 3, 9, 14, 19 because once you get it 22, 25, 29,33 you will have to learn 38, 41, 45, 49 how to keep it 50, 52, 55, 58. BURIAL INSURANCE ,_. ....... ., .... *' ............ ,......, ....... 0111 ... ,..,., .. ........... ........... AtOIIIJ ..............

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Authorities Ask For Help In Finding Sexual Ba1nerv suspect Tampa Police detectives are working to identify the man who allegedly attacked a woman as she walked along a trail inside Copeland Park last Monday. Police said the suspect struck the victim from behind and sexually battered her near a restroom. The suspect may have left the park through a gate on 19th Street. ......... CII/Pralllllt The suspect is described as a Black male between 5'10" and 6'2" tall, and weighing over 200 pounds. The attack occurred between 10 a. m. and 10:3oa. m. Anyone who saw or beard something suspicious in the park on the morning of the at tack is asked to call (813) 2316130. GREGORY WATSON pect under heavy brush and leaves. The suspect, later identified as Gregory Watson, 54, was charged with battery on a law enforcement officer, resist ing arrest with violence, possession of cocaine and driving with a suspended license. Couple Charged With Aggravated Child Abuse PINELLAS COUNTY -On Thursday, The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office Crimes Against children detectives arrested a couple and charged them with three counts of aggravated child abuse. The victim was a 4-month-old infant in their care. Qeputies said it is alleged Silverio Avila, 20, and Kayla Lockwood, 18, caused injuries to the child over a pe riod of at least two weeks that resulted in numerous fractures to the child's rib cage and legs. SILVERIO AVIlA KAYI.A LOCKWOOD 'TI 6 ::u en m z -t Detective said the couple Z said the injuries were the result of their frustration that the m child was crying. c: The infant bas been placed in the care of family members m outside of Pinellas County. i 'tl c: m r-(i) ::::1: m c m .... c: m en c z c 'TI :i!!! tJ )I! ;,c

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N ,... LEGAL NOncE. !I Q a: u.. Q z Q IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORI DA CASE NO.: 2011.CA-G13283 BMO HARRIS BANK N.A. as successor-by-merger to M&l MARSHALL & ILSEY BANK, a WlsconsJn banking corporation, vs. JEFFREY S. SMITH, Individually, SUSAN M. SMITH, Individually, JOHN DOE, aa unknown tenant, And JANE DOE, as unknown tenant, DEFENDANTS, NOTICE OF SALE fB NOTICE IS GIVEN that pursuant to the Final JudQment of Foreclosure, entered on March 20, 2012, in Case No.: 2011-cA-o13283, of the Circuit Court, in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, in which BMO HARRIS BANK W N.A. as successor-by-merger to M&l MARSHALL & ILSEY ii:i BANK, a WISCOOSin banking corporation, Is the Plaintiff and c JEFFERYS. SMITH, individually, and SUSAN M. SMITH, w individually, are the Defendants, the Clerk of the Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the Edgecomb :J Courthouse, BOO E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, Am. 202, at 10:00 A.M. on AprH 23.2012, a. the following described property: z ffi ..J ..J ::::: CD ..J w z w 0 a: g u.. THE EAST OF THE NORTH 240.99 FEET OF THE EAST 361.49 FEET OF THE NORTHWEST 14 OF THE SOUTHEAST 14 OF SECTION 2, TOWNSHIP 30 SOUTH RANGE 20 EAST, LESS THE NORTH 25 FEET THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT.OF-WAY HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Hs pendes must file a within sixty (60) days after the sale. NOTIRCATION "In accordance with The American Dlaabllltlea Act, If you are a person with a dlublllty who needa nY accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no coet to you, to the provlalon of certain aMiatance. Please contact Court Admlnlatnltlon, at ADA Coordinator, at 800 E. TWiggs Street, Tampa, FL (813) 272-7040 Dated: 2nd day of April. 2012 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT /a/ FRANCISCO R. HERNANDEZ As Deputy Clerk HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIDS AND/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids and/or proposals for the folowing, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 01,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P.0183-Q.2012JCK A-JACKS BLOCKS Information on these and other Requests for Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcoooty.orglprocurementservices. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportooity 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 Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. KeMedy Blvd., 18th A., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES BEQUESTS FOR BIDS_ AND/OR PROPQ$ALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids andlor proposals tor the toi!Owing, until the stated date and time when they wiU be publicly opened. MAY 03, 2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P.0167-Q.2012/JLH HAND PROPELLED THERMOPLASTIC PAVEMENT MARKER Ar:!f'UCATORS -Information on these and other Requests tor Bids, along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at wwt.hlllsboroughcounty.orglprocurementservices. This Is a Hillsborough County Governmental Purc:hasing Council Bid. Minority and women owned firms will be afforded a full opportmity to participate in these matters and wil not be Subject to discrimination oothe basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regardng the above proieCts may be directed to Hillsborough CoUnty Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 18th A., County Center, Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. PLOYMENT Low Experienced, Lioensed Barbers Wanted For Salon Wrth Stable Clientele 6CWaraon8 BrendonAI'M Call (813) 217-2482 FOR RENT 4 th Home CHA, W,IO Hook-Up Deposit Required Section 8 Accepted Available 211 Cell (813) 453-0123 II I HOMES FOR RENT II 3019 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths On Quiet Dead End Street CHA, Carport $875.00'Monthly $600.001Security 813) 335-6688 3614 4 Bedroomf2 Bath Big House, Nice Fenced Back Yard $1 ,050.001Month1y Section 8 Welcome Large 3 & 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Homes Fenced,CHA $900.00t'Monthly Section 8 Accepted BLICATION DEADLINES __ 1 __ U8SCII8V Ecltlon Tlusday 0 12:00 P.M. Friday Ecltlon Monday 0 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERnSEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word OVer 20 This Price Is Each nme You Publish Your Ad 1924 East Wilder Ave. 412 1,200 Sq. Ft Section 8 Okay $995.001Month1y Available Now Deposit Negotiable

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LEGAL NOTICE Advertisement Solicitation No. FY2012-IFB-01 Cect. Pointe AI* bil611t8 Property RecM. welopment The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa Is lrMiing qualified General Contractors to submit sealed bids tor Cedar Pointe Apartments Property Redevelopment Bid documents will be available for pick up after 2:00 PM on Thursday, April 12, 2012. Only qualified ContractorsiBidclers wilh multi-family residential deYelopment experience shal purchase copies of the bidding documents tor $150.00 by contacting T&J11)8 Blue Print at 1319 North Aorida Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33602 or cal813-223-7861. Copies of the bidding documents will be on file and availabl8 for inspection beginning Thursday April 12, 2012 at Tampa Blue Print Plan Room. In order to bid, the complete set of documents MUST be purchased. There will be a pre-bid conference on Thursday, April19, 2012, at 2:00PM. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time), at the THA Board Room on the first floor of THA Main Office located at 1529 West Main Street, T&J11)8, Florida 33607. Questions regarding this solicitation may be directed to the Authority's Contracting Office at 813 253-0551, ext. 390. The de8dline for submllllng sealed bids Is Thursday May 10, 2012, at 2:00 PM., local time. THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OFTAIIPI\ IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. II HOMES FOR RENT II .II APTS. FOR RENT I 3 Bedrooml2 Bath $900.001Monthly Deposit. Negotiable Section 8 Pretened Available May 1st Rev. -ry.on (813) 770-2003 Darryl (813) 735-5295 Nice Rent Just Reduced! Newer Block Home Central Heat/Air Washer/Dryer Hookup Dishwasher Security System Section 8 Ok Tble Won, LMtl I APTS. FOR RENT Section 8 Weklome Se Habla Espaftol I Water, Electric And Cable Included 1 Month Rent Plus Deposit Cell (813) 236-2395 3 Bedrooms From $850.00 WOH 0 Deposit No Application Fee 2 And 3 Bedroom Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 813-915-8787 Soulhgllle Senior 1 Bedrooml$455.00 Minimum Income Requked $1,700.00 A4ac:ent To Soulhgate Shopping Cerar (727) 147 EHO I APTS. FOR RENT Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $625.001Mcnhly $500.001Deposit AIC, New TlleiCarpet Cell (813) 298-2499 Blight And Clean 100% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 Moves You lnl 813-221 :2120 Oak Gardens 11717 North 14th Street (14th Street And Fowler) DUPLEXES 2 Bedroom/1 Bath, Duplex $500.00JMonthly $300.00r'Deposit Includes Water, Sewage And Garbage Move-In lal Tampa Heights New4-Piex 2 Or 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 1504 E. 138th Ave. a/1, Duplex CHA, W/0 Hook-up $750.0CVMonthly $400.00'Deposit Section 8 Accepted Willie (813) 699-2498 (813) 890-41684 North Tampa 1 Bedroonv'1 Bath Duplex Air, Appliances Fenced Backyard $450.0Wonthly Plus Deposit Includes Water Call (813) 505-8728 Cinnamon Cove Apartrnenta Cell (813) 971-5254 U THE FLC>RIII:::::A. SENTINEL .A.II:::::VEATISEAS I II DUPLEXES 0 Depoelt $10CUIO' llove-lri Special 3 Bedroom CHA, WOH Large Backyard, Nice Area Cell (813) 75-3179 &217 North 47th StrHt ApertmM1t 18 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA -WDH Free Water And Trash (813) 626-0331 or Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1000 East 26th Avenue Please Cell (813) 494-3343 Rooms For Rent $1 OO.OOIWeeldy $75.0M>eposit Central Heat And Air Carpet, Free Cable Cell (813) 381-6227 Rooms For Rent $305.001Monthly Plus Deposit BackgroUnd Check Cell (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 848-8997 Busch -.; ...... Area Plant City Fair GI'OWKis Ft.mished, CHA, W/0, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120.()(Wieeldy Private Entrance (813) 47&-1288 I ADULTCARE Room And Board, Cooking For Adults With Mild To Moderate Chalanges And Daily Living Skills Or Self -Sufficient (813) 493-0799 II AIR CONDmONING Sales & Service New& Used Financing Available can (813) 238-7884 Uc 111115130 APPLIANCE REPAIRS k:e Makers, Refrigeration, St011'8, Washers & Dryers All Work Guaranteed Cell Prtnce (813) 695-4343 Fat Frlencly Service -1 c m 0 .:< )lo ., :u F -,:-.1 N 0 -N "11 ,... 0 :u 0 m I -BEDS FOR SALE I m c ,... Bunk Beds Twin Full Queen King ,... $200.00 z ., $60.00 c m $65.00 ,... $75.00 c;; :::E: $100.00 & Up m Cell (813) 31().0891 II CARPET CLEANING II THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA (813) 248-1921 C) FOR DET'AibS ON PLACING m _y:o_ua : OVER"'S_EMENT N -

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