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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area

Dr. Louise Vmcent said that for the first two years of her son's life, his development was normal. However, then she began to notice the changes. "We were living in Houston then and children can't be diag nosed until the age of five there. Shaquile was five when he was diagnosed as having Pervasive Developmental Dis order, which is in the Autism Spectrum, she said. On Saturday, April 21st, members of the community will take part in the 7th Annual Tampa "Walk Now for l..t111uL:nnSpeaks. "The annual fundraiser will take place at Raymond James Stadium, at 9:30a.m. The two to three-mile walk is designed as a safe and fun day for families impacted by autism. The walk includes a e Community Resource Fair with ii: educational sources, therapists, u. schools, recreational organiza tions, and creative child4( friendly activities. Dr. Vincent is the captain e of the 7-member "Team en Shaq" group. She is encourag ing others to come out and sup tport them because it is for a j: very good cause. w > w e w ::z:: en ::: m ::::) a.. z ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z ::: z w en 4( e a: o ...J u. DR. WUISE VINCENT Team Captain She further said there is no known cause or cure for chil dren diagnosed with the Autism Spectrum. "It's called the Autism Spectrum because it is a very broad spectrum and each child is affected in various stages differently. There are no visible signs physically because it is a neurological disease," she said. Shaquile, or "Shaq" as he is affectionately called, is 21 years old anda graduating sen ior at Riverview High School. His mother said he loves music and is extremely talented in that area. However, after graduation, she hopes to enroll him in an extended education facility where he can learn living skills and possible obtain employ-SHAQUILE VINCENT Diagnosed with Autism m en t. "Autism Spectrum has been labeled an epidemic in this country. Currently, 1 in 70 boys and 1 in 88 girls are diagnosed with it. W e are trying to get Congress to give more funding for research and to put more effort into Autism Spectrum Awareness. We have had small victories but it's still like pulling teach." The Walk Now for Autism Speaks" events are the signature fundraiser for Autism Speaks. Last year, Walk Now for Autism Speaks" attracted more than 3,400 walkers and raised more than $250,000. All proceeds from the walk will support Autism Speaks both locally and nationally. Join Hillsborough County leaders in ensuring that our community's children are reading at or above grade leve! by 3rd grade -a key benchmark in determining lifelong success. 4( 1 N w (!) Everyone can play a part in ensuring all our children become successful adults. Call 813-204-1703 to register today! Children's Board BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Hillsborough County School District teacher died suddenly at the school on Tuesday. He was ss-years-old. According to Steve Hegarty, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County School District, Mr. William J. Smith was in his first year of employment with the dis trict, having been hired in Au gust 2011. Captain Lonnie Benniefield, spokesman with Tampa Fire Rescue said, "After Mr. Smith collapsed, sorne of the staff began doing CPR be fore Fire Rescue arrived. Although the outcome was not successful, people tried to help. It is very important for us to knowCPR." School records show that Mr. Smith began his career at Zephyrhills Junior High School in 1979. He obtained employ ment with the Pasco-Her nando Community College in 1981 and remained there for tenyears. He was hired at St. Peters burg College in 1991 'and remained there until 2009. He was certified as a Physical Ed ucation teacher and Coach. Mr. Smith graduated from Bethune-Cookman Col lege in 1979, with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education and Coaching. He earned his Master's Degree in Physical Education, Teaching and Coach from the University of South Florida in 1992. His wife, Mrs. Ruth Smith said her husband had been diagnosed with conges-(Choose) MR. WILLIAM J. SMITH Middleton High School Girls Basketball Coach tive heart failure and high blood pressure. "They tried to revive him at the school, but couldn't. He was pronounced at the hospital." Mrs. Smith said her hus band had retired and then de cided to return to work. Throughout his career, he coached girls' basketball. He grew up in Dade City and graduated from Paseo High School in 1974. She further stated that he loved bas ketball. A member of New M t. Zion M. B. Church, Mr. Smith was also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. "We didn't have any chil dren of our own, but his two beautiful goddaughters, Anaa Sanders and Anaria Wilson were his heart. He loved spending time with them," she said. Funerai services for Mr Smith were incomplete at press time. Ray Williams Fu neral Home is in charge ofhandling arrangements Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Perfect Attendance, Student Of The Month, Other Hobbies: ______


features Panelists liscuss Facts atstand Your Ground' Update BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday afternoon, members of the National Bar Association held a town hall meeting. The event took place at Beulah Baptist lnstitu tional Church. A crowd of more than 300 listened as Attorney Daryl Parks, President of the Na tional Bar Association (NBA) informed them that the meet ing was about the issue and discussion. Attorney Johnny Pilge, NBA President-Elect, served as the chairperson. "We are here today to talk about jus ti ce and h .ow we are going to get there." Each member of the panel talked about important parts of the case. Attorney Benjamin Crump, who is representing the parents of Trayvon Martin, said, "1 don't believe it would have happened with out the public. There are so many unsung heroes who made the march 1tand Your Ground': for justice is so incredible. "Trayvon's parents have done more than any parent can be expected to do. They have fought for simple just ami they haven't had time to grieve. They have heen out front every da y doing every interview we ha ve asked them todo." Attorney Crunp fur. ther stated there were not inany cameras at the first press conference they held, "but you made it an issue in your communities. ... The Trayvon Martin legacy won't stop with the conclu sion of the criminal case. His legacy has to live on to eter nity symbolic that we won't let it happen again." Attorney Natalie Jackson, ofThe Women's Group, revisited the case ofTrayvon Martin stating the facts are they are currently known. Attorney Aramis Ayala, PresidentElect of the Virgil Hawkins Florida Chapter of the NBA, outlined the legal process following the ar-TRAYVON MAR.TIN rest of George Zimmerman. She talked about the bond hearing, the arraign ment, discovery, and other is sues that precede the trial. She also said that if the new judge appointed to hear the case feels that Zimmerman acted in self-defense, the case ends there. Attorney Page commit ted on the fact that when the Stand Your Ground law passed in 2005, it passed by a vote of 160-21, and that Arthenia Joyner was one of the voices against its pas sage. "We should listen to the whisper before they become screams," he said. Dr. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP talked about statistics of justifiable homicides in Florida before and after the passage of the law. "1 heard the arguments and 1 had no idea that those arguments would be the basis for the taking of a life." She further said that since its passage, the number of justifiable homicides have in crease 276%. Attorney Page said, "It's no longer time for us to ask for a seat at the table. It's time for us to set the table." Attorney Tonya Clay House, of the Lawyers Com mittee for Civil Rights Under Law said her organization was founded under the John F. Kennedy Administration. lts purpose then and now is to galvanize attomeys t pro tect Civil Rights laws. She stated that the com munity has to mobilize to eliminate laws such as the Stand Your Ground law on a state and federallevel. "We don't have to go N o state-by-state, we can do it .... unilaterally. A lot has to be N done now to prevent it from happening in the future," she said. Attorney Clinton Paris, of Tampa Organiza tion of Black Mfairs (TOBA) said that the case must also be viewed from a social stand point and how it has affected young people. He warned that the com munity has to be very sensi tive with the youth and pointed out the need for lead ership. "When the wheels of justice stop turning, someone has to step in and move the wheels along." Otis Anthony, of 88.5 FM WMNF Radio Station pointed out the fact that al though Zimmerman has not convicted, he is in jail. The town hall meeting was still in progress at press time. ., ,.. 0 -::2 en m z m ,.. Dad wants Justice For Son Fatallv Stabbed With Ice Pick m e: ,.. ,.. z BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several people have ad mitted to taking the life of an other during a confrontation that tumed violen t. However, many of them were never held accountable for their ac tions. Kerlin Adelson is all too familiar with the "Stand Your Ground law. A man armed with an ice pick stabbed his son, Wathson Adelson, in the head last year. He died three weeks later, never re gaining consciousness. Alcisviades Polanco, 62, never saw a jail cell or a courtroom in connection with the case. According to the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office, on November 21, at 9:30 a.m., two vehicles were trav eling on Manhattan Avenue when the 1994 HondaAccord driven by Adelson, acceler ated and passed the 1995 H)rundai Accent, driven by Polanco. Adelson allegedly slammed on breaks, blocking traffic after passing the car. Witnesses told police that Adelson then walked back to Polanco's car and the two became engaged in a verbal argument At sorne point, the argument tumed physical and Polanco armed himself with an ice pick. He then stabbed Adelson in the head and ann with pick. WATHSON ADELSON 8/13/1991 to 11/21/2011 Kerlin Adelson said his son was returning home after dropping his girlfriend off to work. was told that my son was walking to get in bis car and someone saw him fall to the ground. He was stabbed in the left temple and the ice pick the middle of his nose. He was also stabbed in his arm twice. "1 want justice for my son." Adelson's son died nearly three months before George Zimmerman killed Trayvon Martin in Sanford in February 2012. Adelson wants to raise awareness about bis son s death. He has made posters and hopes to raise commu nity awareness. He said the family is trying to organize a rally as well. A native of Hait, Wathson moved to Tampa as a youngster. He graduated from Middleton High School, where he played football. His father said he had gotten a full scholwpip to. 4: .. f However, after his son was bom, Wathson retumed to Tampa. At the time of bis death, he was attending Hills borough Community College, where he was majoring in Criminal Justice. He was working as a cashier at the University of Tampa. Adelson was among those who crowded into Beu lah Baptist Institutional Church on Thursday for the town hall meeting on the "Stand Your Ground" law. A spokespersoh for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Of fice declined to prosecute the case. 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'P"" Feature o N ...1 a: D.. e( e Tampa's Phi Beta Sigma Fraternitv lamed 'Best In Class' At Conterence a: LL BYTAMECAJOHNSON the Year, an honor for chapters scoring high marks in a number of categories that include program implementa tion membership growth and retention. Freelance Writer Local members of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated have once again brought prestige to their organization and pride to the city of Tampa. The group now boasts top honors for excellence on both graduate and undergraduate levels. The recognitions were part of the fraternity's 98th Anniversary Southern Regional Conference in Biloxi, Mississippi April 12-15. Gamma Eta Sigma, the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma, received the award for Model Chapter of This is the third consecutive year Gamma Eta Sigma has earned the award on the regional level. In 2009, the chapter was awarded the International version of the award, making it the best of the best in all Phi Beta Sigma worldwide. In addition to that award, the chapter received Gold Level Membership status for maintaining a roster of at least 56 members. Gamma Eta Sigma is currently the largest graduate chapter in BARBARA J. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal lnjury FREE Consultation* Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personallnjury lmigration Frwe lnltMI COMUitMion REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. ALL PRO REFERRAL "WHERE THE PROS ARE" First row: left to right, Lurawle John, Philip Harris, Ernest Greene, Jermaine Hankerson, Billy Reed, Zannie Mount, John Jackson and Craig McCoy. 2nd row: left to right, Chris Asberry, Federico Gordon, Leonard Jordan, Frantzly Hyppolite and Nicholas Castro. 3rd row: left to right, Coleman Bell, Bernard Ball and Adrian White. 4th row: left to right, Jeff Rhodes and Rod Carter. sth row: left to right, Daryl Richardson, Andrew Smith and Brian Macon. 6th row: left to right, Gregory Carroll, Eric White, Russell Myers and Dwayne James. 7th row: left to right: Byron Presley and Richard Redding. 8th row: left to right, Floyd Watkins and James Matson. the state of Florida. Michael Dove serves as President. Meanwhile, members of the organization's undergraduate chapter at the University of Tampa won the award for Florida Collegiate Model Chapter of the Year, while Sigma members at the University of South Florida earned Silver Level Membership status. The honors didn't stop there. Alumni chapter member Philip Harris received the Southern Region Scholarship to support his Doctoral degree in Business Administration at Argosy University. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. is an international orga, nization of college and professional men that began its existence at Howard University in Washington. D. C. in 1914. The Head Start Program AaA is now enrolng new applicants ty into their child care programl 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 Receive public assistance {SSI, TANF or Subsidized Olild care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, developmentally delayed, speech/ language, or any other impairment affecting the child's ability to leam Additionally for Head Start: Have a child who was 3 years old before September 1, 2012 Additionally for Earty Head Start: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally for Expectant Parent Program: Are in your 1st/2nd pregnancy trimester and due in May, June or July HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JJ(JQIU/, o In aa:Qidance with !he Americans with Dsabilities Act, this does not disaiminate based on


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BLYTHE ANDREWS 111, PAESIDENT ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIACULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVEATISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PAODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.0CHl Months 8oth Editlons: $87.oo-Per Year 8oth Editions. expreeaed on ec:tllollal pegee ollhis ,__ bV or GU1181 wrttera, do no1 neoeeewtty rellecllhe--.ce ol The ,_......,.. 11u11e11n or 1he Publeher. 1 Gov. Sean, Don Quilate lid Theluduetl "1 shall treat my subjects as my children, and they shall love me" (Caligula). It was all so "Hollywood." Our governor Rick Scott visited a state elementary school to a:ftix bis signature to Florida's most recent budget. In the words of a Tampa native, "Ooh, it was so nice!" With apples on a desk and a chalkboard in the back (behind State dignitaries, of course), Governor Scott cut quite a scene as he crooked bis arm to sign bis John Hancock on a bill whose ink had yet to dry. However, no amount of choreography {school students were sprinlded around the Governor's desk like salt and pepper) could keep political observers and people with a thimble full of common sense from asking what has beoome a oommon question regarding Rick-Scott-Politics: "What in the world did he do that for?" As preachers have often been heard to say, "God's mind is not man's mind." But such oomment doesn't wear well when the word "God" is replaced with the word "Gover nor." Consequently, we { common folk) are at mystery to fathom the no doubt, higher reasons why a governor wh() calls himself an "Education Governor," seems unable to count when it comes to allocating funds that would help, not hurt already beleaguered public schools systems and the teachers and students struggling within them. Great Scott, as you once did with Moses, please provide us with a book of rules so that we may know your great Oz-matic frame ofmind. Else, we will be forced to assume your recent veto of $2 million for Legal Aid and your refosal to raise general pay for state workers is little more than malicious mindlessness. Maybe, a statewide whistle-stop campaign taking you through town and country would give yo u an opportunity to explain your obviously awful mind. Until then, we continue to su:ffer and scratch our heads. 1 Blacl Votars And Absentee Ballots 1 Psst! Have you received a notice to request an Absentee Ballot from the Hillsborough County Services ofElections Office in your mailbox as of yet? If not, you need to check to make certain you are still on the list of eligible voters. As a matter of fact, if you've received such notice in the mail, we strongly suggest you complete the application to vote by mail, and retll!D it to the Elections Office, ASAP! Strange things are happening in the shadows of voters' rights. Remember, all registered voters may vote by mail, even if they don't necessarily need to do so beca use of absence from the county or beca use of illness. In other words, regardless to what anyone says to the contrary, you don't need an excuse in order to cast an absentee ballot. State congresswoman Fredericka Wilson {D. Miami) has tirelessly urged Black voters to vote by absentee ballot because of Florida's changes to voter laws, which would greatly challenge the ability of college students, Black citizens, women, and other so-called minorities to vote at all. Indeed, a request to vote by mail is valid for two federal general elections and can be voided at any time. Best of all, no postage is necessary to request and to receive a "vote by mail ballot." So, as Frederica Wilson would say, there is absolutely no excuse. Election year 2012 will be one ofthe most critical election years since the years ofFranldin Delano Roo sevelt and John F. Kennedy. The Black vote must be felt, heard, and seen. Waiting in line is no longer a question. The post office will gladly take your vote. The hall is in your oourt, and the future is in your hands. T he Trayvon Martin murder case shook up the nation. It made a lot of people mad. People, both Black and white, gathered, demon strated and demanded jus tice in the case. These huge and sorne times angry crowds were ripe for sorne riots and ugly scenes. Crowds in excess of 30,000 people gathered across the nation to protest the shooting. In these large, angry crowds, it is easy for someone to get hurt or even killed. In addition, burning and looting were very common. But, three cheers for Ameri cans, none of these activities tookplace. People demanded justice, demanded that George Zimmerman be arrested and criticized the Sanford Police Department. Yet, they remained composed and focused on their goal. Not enough credit has been given to these demonstrators who kept their cool. Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, rich, poor, educated and the average Joe on the streets, stood shoulder to shoulder and demanded justice. There are sorne speakers and sorne groups whose speeches tried to tire up protesters and move them to a more violent posture. Three more cheers for these people, they refused to succumb to the pressure. It was so good to see different races of people working to gether for a common cause that reeked of racism. Even when supporters of the shooter in the Martin case demonstrated in close proximity to them, the demonstrators for justice shooting are taking place all over the country. Racial pro filing of young Black men is the reason being given. These groups all over the na tion should stand tall and de mand that these acts of racial profiling be stopped. They also must demand that jus tice be done in these shoot ings. Many lawmen actas if it is a crime to be young and Black. There is an old rule that says, there is power in unity. It was clearly demon strated in the Trayvon Martin case. For years, Blacks have complained about being un;:D0 fairly profiled by the police. :a The time has come to stop complaining and do sorneg thing about it. People can m hear united voices. That ineludes, politicians, police, z vigilantes anrl anyone else J!! that chooses to racially prom file young, Blacks period. C z Health are News m Governor Siuns Health Care licensure Bill TALLAHASSEELegis lation sponsored by Representative Janet Cruz (DTampa) and Senator Arthenia Joyner (D Tampa), HB 653/SB 208, easing current licensure and licensure renewal restric tions for health care profes sionals who have been convicted of certain felony offenses, was approved by Florida's Governor on April 6. House Bill 653 corrects sorne unintended conse quences of a law passed in 2009 to address the ever growing problem of health care fraud in Florida by re stricting licensure eligibility. Many individuals who were enroHed in educational pro grams, awaiting licensure, and those currently licensed in Florida soon found they are either ineligible for initial licensure or renewal of an ex isting license. Prior to the adoption of this new law, Floridians were further disenfranchised since individuals who committed the same offenses in other states or under federal charges were able to become licensed in Florida. The new ARTHENIA JOYNER State Senator law creates a more even "playing field" for Florida's health care professionals. Representative Cruz stated, "It is exciting to be part of passing good legisla_ tion that will truly make a difference for our con stituents. I am pleased that Senator Joyner and I were able to bring a meaningful solution to what has been an onerous law." Senator Joyner added, "It has taken 3 years to pass this law to create reasonable waiting periods for those convicted of certain felonies JANETCRUZ State Representative to be licensed as health care providers or renew the Ji cense under which they are curretly working. "This is a common sense approach that creatE:is a bet-ter transition for those who have committed crimes and paid their dues to society. It offers people better opportu nities to prove themselves worthy of a respectful and productive place in society, m i e ., :a i as well as be able to support themselves and their families." C) The law is effective on July m 1, 2012.


________________________________________________________________________ Entrepreneurs To Host First Spring Fashion Show BYIRISB.HOLTON ::( Sentinel City Editor After becoming friends, u. three Tampa women carne to realize that they shared much in common. The trio all shared aspirations o f becoming designers Instead of just talking about it, Mrs. Latrice Scott, Ms. Tangela Sails, and Ms. Dejaya "Clemy" Duhart created LaTan Clemore Fashion in 2008 On Sunday, April 22nd the THOMAS E. PARNELL, ESQ women will present LaTan Clemore Fashion's First Annual Spring Fashion Show. The event will take place at the Marshall Center, Room 3707, on the campus of the University of South Florida, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The theme is "Springing Into Nouveau Mode." Mrs. Scott said, We want to have our own line of clothing, but we knew we had to get our names out there. So, we reached out to local designers to showcase their talents. This is a starting point for things to come. Nouveau Mode" means "New Fashion" in French, she explained. The designers will include LuJeanik Designs Leemari Live To Inspire, and Dimensions of a Diva (DSquared). T. J. Maxx's spring clothing line will also be featured. A native of Miami, Mrs. Scott, 30, is married to RLtATH e( 1

Local Magazine Showcases Top BlackOwned Businesses BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Gypsy Gallardo has dedi cated her life and career to the advancement of Black Ameri cans, and to the development of the practica} models and mo mentum needed to reach the goal of Black equality. Ms. Gallardo is the pub lisher of Power Broker Maga zine, a publication that features the top Black owned business by revenue in a s-county area. "The concept of the maga zine is in its third rendition and 1 think it's very innovative. Now, we' re going to make it a triangular concept. "The magazine showcases a treasure trove of what's in our community. 1 feel strongly about Black media bringing out information no one else does. It' s about bringing to light what people aren t seeing." Ms. Gallardo said she thinks the magazine is a valu able resource, and they've got ten a lot of great feedback. She also said the magazine's latest edition is her favorite "We don't know our strength in the business sector, and seeing Black business own ers coming together for a photo shoot for the magazine was great to see. The next edition will be about style, and we have a Queen of Style Showcase com ing in the future." Ms. Gallardo said there were never any doubts about whether the magazine would work. "1 spent five years working on this publication. It's impor tant to have this resource. 1 give credit to Lonnie Donaldson and bis experience with the Black newspaper in St. Peters burg, the Weekly Challenger for helping me make this possible. "This has been a great strategy, and we've grown in circula tion. Our website is really a big hit, and we're launching a radio partnership. There are a lot of things in the works." Gypsy Gallardo is a grad uate of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government with a Master in Public Policy and dual concentrations in Political and Economic Development and lntemational Trade and Finance She received her B.A. from the Whitney Young College of Lead ership at Kentucky State Uni versity. ., r o :!! e ,. m m z :t z m r-m e: r r-gJ z 'V e: m r-e;; :::z:: m e m < m m m e )lo z e ., :!! e


N Locat N ...1 a: D. es: Group Sponsors FREE Mv Sister's Keeper Financialliteracv Boot Camp >= <( The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coaijtion of 100 Black Women Inc LL (NCwoBW) will host a free M y Sister's Keeper e a: LL e z es: e en w ::) 1-> a: w > w e w :::z:: en ::: m ::) D. z :: w ...1 ...1 ::) m ...1 w z :: z w en es: e a: o ...1 LL es: 1 c:o w Financia! Literacy Boot Camp, Saturday, April 21, 9 a. m. 4 p. m., at the University Area Community Development Center, 14013 "N. 22nd Street Tampa 33613. M y Sister 's Keeper incorporates training on basic financia] concepts, real estate invest ments, and retirement planning through an in teractive workshop setting. lt is designed for African-American women who are still strug gling from the recent recession as well as, those who want to build and leave assets for the next generation. Tampa Bay Chapter ofNCwoBW has part nered with severa! organizations to bring top ics of discussion such as, creating a budget (bring bills to workshop), know your credit score, debt management options, loans and credit cards, learn to save: retirement strategies (ages 25 65), financial and estate planning, borne purchasing process, borne ownership education. Kevin Bryant of Fifth Third Bank will be KEVIN BRYANT .. Keynote Speaker the Keynote Speaker for this workshop. Women interested in attending can register at, bttps: 1 /mysisterskeeper.reistertoaattend.com or call: 1-888-423-5945. For more information on the My Sister's Keeper Financial Literacy Boot Camp, visit our web site at, www.ncwobwtampabay.org and follow us on Facebook. 25 Years Of Service FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 WEST PALMETTO STREET. TAMPA. FL 33607 R EV. A. W GREENE. PASTOR Feed Our Children Ministries, lnc. ----------------INVITES YOU TO ATTEND OUR Church 54th Pre-Anniversary .... ...,.r'""' .... THEME: .. LET US RISE UP AND BUILD" (Nehemiah 2: 18) Sunday, April 22, 20 12 at _.:OOpm Guest Speaker Rev. Dr. Fletcher Lawson, Jr., St. Mary M B Church, Parrish, FL Travvon Martin ScholarshiP To Be Presented Durina Conterence The 4th Annual Dr. Dornida Clark Cole's Regional Singers & Musicians Confer ence & Health Fair will be awarding one non-renewable College Scholarship t o an African-American graduating high school senior in the Tampa Bay Area. The Scholarship is the Trayvon Martin Memorial Scholarship Award. The schol arship is designed to encourage youth to seek the positive and involve themselves in pertinent things that affect their lives and fu tu res. Monies for the scholarship are being raised by members of the executive committee by the selling of Trayvon Martin T shirts, designed to commemo rate bis life and death. The conference will be held Friday, April 20Sunday April 22 2012 at the 34th Street Church of God 3000 34th Street North, Tampa. The scholarship will be awar ded on Saturday night at 7 p. m. City Councilman Frank Reddick will be on hand to facilitate the scho l arship presen tation. The family ofTrayvon will be on hand for the presen tation. The schedule for the confer ence is as follows: Friday night, April 2oth at 7 p m. the new artist showcase will take place. Saturday, April 21st, 8 :30 a. m. is prayer time, and work shops are 9 a m. to 11:15 a. m. Health Screenings will take place all morning and will re sume at 1 p. m. for general ses sion with Dr. Dorinda Clark-Cole, followed by con ference choir rehearsal. Saturday night at 7 p. m. there will be a concert featuring the Clark Sisters, Rance Allen, Dontavius Boatwright and many others. The conference will conclude Sunday at 5 p. m featuring Prophet Todd Hall, Lucinda Moore, The Clark Sisters and many more. You can purchase the Trayvon Martin t-shirts at the conference or can 813-409-0060. For more information regarding conference, you may visit www. omjeventplanning. !:Qill. Table Tennis Offered At NFL Yet Center Depending on what era you're from, it's either ping pong, or table tennis. Regardless of what you call it graba paddle and cometo the NFL Yet Center on Lake Avenue and 34th Street Every Monday and Wednesday from 6 p. m. until 8 p. m., the tables will be ready for pro fessionals and beginners alike. Regardless of your skill leve!, everyone is invited to come out and have a hall We (Ordially invite you to an AIJintetl Holy _Ghost Revivo/ ,_.1S:20, 2012_(Wed-Fri) 7:30p.m. Nightly % .. Light o the World Deliveronte Churth Apostle Johnny & Evangelist Ruthie Jones, Posfors N. 15th Street lampa, FL 813-234-9115 {(o,., & Osiotlf}


Loca New Mount Zion M. B. Church Pastor Resiuns BY BILLYWHEELER People from all walks of life make up the congregation at The New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church. For more than a century, gen erations of believers have found salvation and renewal in the East Tampa house of worship. Here you find the young, the old, white collar, blue collar, singles, families, university educated, as well as those who matriculated in the school of life all forming one unified body. Since 1995, Dr. Walter J. Williams has directed New Mount Zion's pulpit. With First Lady, Lena Williams by his side, he arrived bearing spiritual gifts and religious training that he instantly put to use in "Raising the Standards" his first year's theme. Pastor WiJliams' strength was educating his members in central Bible principies so they could rejoice on Sunday, and live as effective Christians during the week. Even so, the book of Ecclesiastes states, "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven ... Due to health related issues, Rev. REV. DR. WALTERJ. WILLIAMS ... Pastor Emeritus Williams tendered his resig nation to the church in January. To show their love profound respect for this strong leader and teacher, the members have voted him the title, Pastor Emeritus." Now, the members are seek ing God s will in calling a new leader for their richly diverse congregation. We must give Rev. Williams credit for the past, and remember him in the future. Until we can find a Pastor, it's in the Deacons' hands," says 99-year-old, Rev. Foster Garvin who joined Mount Zion in 1942. A search committee has organized to review candidate resumes. August 30 September 1, 2012 $250 per penon biHd on double occupancy a.tawar to 1"11111 the body and ,.... the lnd at the tlegant Gaylord Palms Reaort n Spa In Kissimmee www.gaylordbolels.com/gaytanlo-palms (407) 586-011110 Optlonal exa.nlon to lloly Und Experience In Orlando on Frlday, August 31st Admlssion prlc:e ($40) nat lncluded. Ticket Clll be purchased onllne at www.holylandexpertence.com or at gata (800) 4.47-7235 'WO\tlA\ H-iOl. ART 1 OO',f d' Cor-.fr RE M f Octo ... 4-8, 2012 $350 per person baHd on double occupancy Join Bisbop TD Jakes and women from around the wortd for Spirit-filled wonhip at Phillpa Arena in A11anta Pre-registration price not includecl {$40) Pre-register at www.wtal.org lodgng at Hyatt Regency Atlanta Buses depart from lampa. Payment pla avaHable. Make payable/mail to Free Spirit Traveling, P.O. Box 6253 Brlndon, Fl CGIIIICI ffte $flltl "R'MMIIg (113l245-15154 .............. trawlllg.....U.ce. or ....... llllthbles (813) 633-5511. cynlltlaleMIIOrlblo-. Final Showinuot 100 Women In Hats BY GWEN HAYFS Sentinel Editor Agape Ministries Church of God in Christ presents its 10th Allnual 100 Women In Hats on Sunday, April 22, 2012,4p. m. Program Coordinator, Lady Diane M. Wingfield, First Lady of Agape Ministries says the program has enjoyed the last 10 years However, this year's program will be the last of the showing of 100 hats. The first program in 2002 was a fundraiser for our church by our Women 's Dept. The ladies enjoyed it so much until people just kept asking when we were going to have another one," she explained. Down through the years, the program became more of a fellowship than a fundraiser. "We always had the program LADY DIANE M. WINGFIEW around the 4th Sunday in April before Mother's Day so that those in attendance would have an opportunity to be the recipient of a new hat, she said. Lady Wingfield said Mother Rosemary Gadsden was the guest speaker for the first program and she'll be the speaker for this final program. Severa} Theme: "OPERATION ANDREW" John 1 :34-42 other ladies of the COGIC church have also been speak ers -Mother Gayle Williams, First Lady Delores Davis, Missionary Carrie Walker Williams. "It is stated that the women of COGIC wear the 'baddest hats'," she said. To commemorate the 10 years, 10 hats will be given away "I tip my hat to our pastor (Pastor A. L. Wingfield) for all of the support he has given and to all those who have supported us. Among the annual donors to the event have been B Jean's Fashions (Barbara Franklin), Gloria's This N That (Gloria Britt), Stephanie Reed of Buddy Freddy's (dinner for 2). The church is located at 5112 N. 34th St. Dr. "Billy" Washington will grace the Tampa Bay Area as he delivers the inspired Word of God. Dr. Washington, the minister of New Golden Heights Church of Chst in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, has traveled the wortd, preaching and defending the Faith, and is one of the most prolific and respected ministers among the churches of Christ. For transportation, call Brother Rameriz: Bro. Perry Johnaon


Greetings Fellow Wimaum:ians And Friends The Revelator extends its warmest gratitudes for the n;tany rave reviews that it received for its first column. The article seemed to have sparked new life and inspiration into the citizens of Wimauma. One of the primary duties of The Revelator is to instill in the area visions of hope, con fidence, identity, motivation, directions, unity and a bright future. Church Anniversary The Mount Moriah M B. Church ofWimauma will cele brate its 81st Anniversary on May 20, 2012, 11 a. m. Elder Bernard McCray hails from Lake City to pour out the oil and break the bread of life on this service. The evening service will convene at 3 p. m. Otarvio > West from First Prospect M. a: B. Church of Wimauma will W deliver the sermon. This occasion will be celebrated with e ]ove, faith, prayers, songs, joy and a bar-be-que feast. en ffi Community Affairs : a. Let us remember to attend Z the Civic Community meetti ...J ...J : m ings, which are held monthly at either Mt. Moriah or First Prospect Baptist Churches. These meetings keep the com munity abreast of neighboring towns' functions, develop ments and growth. Sorne of the most urgent problems screaming for atten tion are the youth, the N. N. Building, and the cemetery. Funds and dedicated volun teers will be needed. The mission is to build the town on godly principies, acquire a good reputation, produce outstanding citizens and attract new businesses and homeowners to the region. Circles Of Concern Many are the a.ffliction of the righteous, but God deliv ers us out of them all. Psalm34:19 The Revelator is happy to inform you that Cheryl Gipson has been released from the hospital and is convalescing at borne. Our prayers ahd hearts are with all of you who are iil and incapacitated. Job Recognition The Revelator is rallying around Malcolm Wilcox for 25 years of employment with Publix Supermarket. Malcolm stated that he started as a clerk and 2 years later was promoted tomanagement. He said bis drivirig force has been Christ, friend liness, diligence, and punctu ality. The Revelator com mends Malcolm for bis lead ership skills, performance and tenacity. 18 Wheeler Rap The Revelator recently caught up with "Polecat" trucking down S. R. 6o. He said he was stopping by Chuck-E-Cheese to celebrate bis nephew, Nashon's, birthday. 1 asked him if bis CB radio handle, "Polecat," offend him. He chuckled and said, "not at all, it's all a part of tractor trailer humor." 1 told him I'd holler back him real soon. The Kountry Truth Relunctantly, 3-year-old Nikki went to spent the weekend with her 3-year-old cousin, Shanta. By Sunday afternoon, Nikki couldn't bare the visit any longer ands said to her Uncle Rod, 'now I done played with your child, you dog and even your cat. Now Will you please take me borne?" Stunned, Uncle Rod packed the child : s bags and hit the road. Words OfWisdom Justas a caterpillar travels upon many legs to reach its destination, God has unlimit ed pathways to bless us if we would trust and obey Hiin. The Revelator Until next time, ring, ring -Revelator National Coalition of 100 Black Women, lnc. p.m. Doors Open O 8:45 a.m. Or (888) 423-5945 Cost: 1 STETSONLAW Toplcs: FREE FREE FREE a budget (Bring bilis to workshop) Know Your Credlt Score Debt Mgmt Options Loans & Credit C8rds lsam to Save

Local lampa Author Announces Book Ralease Panv )> :D BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When your father is a retir e d professional football pla yer, and sports has been around you most of your life expectations are that y ou will also be an athlete Als o b e ing 5 '10" tall helps fuel s the perception. That's what Ebonee Monique felt growing up. As the daughter of retired Tampa Bay Buc Council Rudolph, she definitely could have wound up an athlete. "I've never really been drawn to sports that much. I played basketball in high school, but I've always felt a passion for writing. I was also very encouraged by my family to do what makes me happy. When I told them I wanted to be a writer, they stood behindme." Ebonee Monique has been living in Alabama late ly to help care for her ailing grandmother. S he will be coming to Tampa April 21st for a book release party hosted by her publisher. Her participation in the latest anthology, 'Heat Of The Night, 'will be featured. "After graduating from Florida A&M University in 2004, it took two years before I wrote my first book. I have a degre e in public EBONEE MONIQUE relations, but I really want ed to study journalism ''!'ve always been infatuat ed with writing stories, and I have an active imagination. All of what I write is based on real life experiences, and something every one can identify with." So far, Ebonee_Monique has written three books, and has been a part of two anthologies. She also says she s grown a lot since she first started. "My first book was about my love committing suicide. The last one dealt with teen pregnancy. I recently opened a Ghost Writing Boutique firm to help others write I've gotten lots of work from celebrities It s called "Momma I Want To Write and I'm pleased to see it doing so well I would like to get into screenwriting and movies. Ebonee Monique said writing is very time consum ing and draining and a lot of p e ople j ust don't have the time to put into i t. "It is a process like an y thing else. buy 1 at $8.99 get 1 sale Dr. M iracl e s Curt Care Hai r Care 4 to 12 oz. "The second anthology, "Heat Of The Night," is about a group of women and kind of erotic. Writers will be com i ng from around the nation for this, and I'm excited because this is the r first huge event I've had in N my hometown of Tampa. 0 Ebonee Monique said she s been married for two years, and her husband has b een very supportive of her career. Sale Thursd ay, April19 t hru Saturday, April21 799 sale or$3.99 ea. Motions Silkening Shine sale NoLye Creme Relaxer Syst e m Motions Hai r Care 3 5 or 12 oz. COVERGIRl buy 1 get 1 50:ff ., r o :!! e )> C/) m z :::::! z m r m e: r r z e: m e C/) X m e m < m -1 e: m C/) e )> z e ., e sale Africa' s Best No-Lye D u a l sal e Conditioning R e laxer System nuNAAT Ultra Keratin Touch sale COVER GIRL Queen Cosmetics Face, eye or rrp. H a i r Smoothing System lllllltllpililfico\ hli'tnllagt a lesser pra Sllllllii'U!IIIMIIIIJIICiitMillllotllllblllllllllllllllilltlllbiMai'MIIcilllli....,..llaiii&Sit,..IIIIJIIIO!Ieilillllll'fllllla ...... MIIllaLIWtDIIIIIllilltii_III .. IOICII!flit ldllllillJIIIIIIaooIIII.Coopolllllllll,_..ll .. of,....RIIJiirpQI-IIIIJ lll!b!*"-..,JIIIIIIIibetrdfapiMd.,.,...,_li...,__IIJW .._......,...._ ..... ,.... .... _.. ..... .....,. ........ ._.,..,.. .. ..., ...... 11111 1 .............. ,. ........ --CQ,IIIf.lllflllill-..... ..... 1 )>


All About You ALFRED, ASH And BIG BOY Love, Big Boy and Ash. Halla: Alfred Davis, T10378, Calhoun Correctional lnstitution, 19562 S. E. Institution Drive, Blountstown, FL, 32424. !.1 Star Events By Shawntay Presents FYI AUsToPiant TreesAtUSF Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority will underscore its commitment to environmen tal sustainability by planting trees at the University of South Florida in r ecognition of Arbor Day and in celebration of the University of South Florida (USF) being designated as a national Tree Campus USA. The official tree planting will begin on Friday, April 20 at 9 a. m. at the USF Patel Center for Environmental Sustainability on USF's Tampa campus. Gwen Myers, Chair of AKA's Building and Properties Committee, will represent AKA' s International President Attorney Carolyn House Stewart. Book Signing Fridav The public is invited to attend the book sale and signing of "Developing A Christian Community to Impact the World" by Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott on Friday, April 20, 2012 at the Open Caf Restaurant 3222 North 34th Street, Tampa, 33605. The event starts at 5 p. m. and lasts until 7 p. m. This event is hosted and sponsored by Bethesda Ministries CDC and the Open Caf Restaurant. Tuskegee Universitv Alumni Members of the Tuskegee University Alumni Club will celebrate their Founders Day with worship at St. Peter Claver Church on Sunday, April 20, 2012, 10 a. m. All alumni are urged toattend and to arrive by 9:45a.m. St Peter Claver is located at 1203 N Nebraska Ave. LTC (Ret.) Wilson Blount is president HOPE Meeting The HOPE Nehemiah Action meeting will be held on Monday, April 23, 2012, at Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church, 4902 N. 40th St. (corner of Osborne Ave.). Sign-in begins at 6:30 p.m. and the program starts at 7. Co-Chairs are: Rev. Joe L. Johnson and Rev. Dr. Robert Gibbs. In The Spotlight LAURA That's right, Laura decided to give you another look as this week's Spotlight feature. In case you missed her Tuesday, here's a recap. 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 life, Laura said he must be strong, respectful, handsome, self-reliant, and ambi tious. Congratulations to Laura as this week's Spotlight feature. lf you re interested in being in the Beauty Unlimlted or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: lcrews@flsentjnel.com.


The Cabin In The Woods A group of college students venture into the woods to stumble on a deserted cabin and that's when the slaughter begins. The best horror movie of 2012. Made $14M. (Budget N/A). **** Lockout -Guy Pearson is sent to a space prison to rescue the president's daughter. Disappointed. The acting was bad Made $14M. (Budget N/ A). **112 The Three Stooges ''ake your kids to see Curly, Moe and Larry for sorne laughs. Your kids will enjoy this movie. Made $17M. (Budget $30M) *** American Reunion -The American Pie gang has grown-up and doing the same crazy antics from the past. Could have been funnier. Not for kids. Made $39M. (Budget $50M). **112 Titanic 3D -The romantic, disaster voy age returns in 3D. Check this movie out if you have 3 hours to spare. Made $44M. (Budget $18M). [Titanic has made over $2B]. **** Wrath Of The Titans -Perseus (Sam Worthington) has to travel to the treacherous underworld to save his father Zeus (Liam Neeson) from his jealous brother and son. A better movie than the Clash Of The Titans. Action-packed. Made $71M. (Budget $150M). **** Mirror Mirror-Julia Roberts"returns in this soft kid's movie as the evil queen trying to bring down Snow White. The dwarfs and queen assistant made this movie enjoyable for the kids. Made $49M. (Budget $85M). ***lf2 The Hunger Games-Based on the best selling kid's novel, the movie tells the dark tale of a young female selected to compete in a vicious TV tournament in which 24 teenagers fight to their death. Still No. 1 at box office. Made $336M. (Budget $78M). **** Secret W orld Of Arrietty -A family friendly animation that the kids wjll enjoy. This movie reminds me of the kid's classic Spirit Away. Made $18M. (Budget N/A). **** 21 Jump StreetJonah Hill, Channing Tatum and Ice Cube star in this hilarious comedy about two undercover officers inves tigating a high school drug ring. Must-see for laughs. Made $120M. (Budget $42M). **** John Carter-Disney shelled-out $250M on thisJukewarm action/fantasy film about a man transported to Mars. Disappointed. Too long (2 hrs./30mins.). Made $68M. (Budget $250M). **112 A Thousand Words-The critics gave Eddie Murphy 's 4-year-old light comedy/drama bad review s, but the movie turned out to be good. Worth-seeing! Made $17M. (Budget $4oM). ***112 Dr. Suess' The Lorax-A Dr. Seuss tale about a hoy realizing he can save the planet with a tree seed. Kids willlove it. No. 1 at box office. Made $204M. (Budget $70M) ***112 Gone -A psychological thriller about a young woman on a mission to find her sister who was abducted by a serial killer. Surpris ingly, suspenseful! Made $11M. (Budget N/ A) ***lf2 Act OfValorThis movie gives you an up-close loo k of how great our NA VY SEALS really are, and the sacrifices the SEALS make in protecting our country. Must-see. Very vi olent. Made $6gM. (Budget $12M). ****plus sorne Tyler Perry's Good Deeds -Tyler Perry does something different in this rags to riches love story. Perry has the golden touch. Don't miss it! Made $34M. (Budget N/ A). **** This Means War-Reese Witherspoon stars in this action/ comed y about a girl who unknowingly dates two friends who are CIA agents. Surprisingly, good Made $53M. (Budget $65M). ***112 Safe House -Denzel Washington is a rogue CIA agent and Ryan Reynolds has the task to bring him back to the agency. Fast moving thriller! Anything with Denzel is a must-see! Made $125M. (Budget $85M) **** Tampa Scholarshlp Pageant 2012 llfMELESS TREASURES In P..tnershlp Wlth GAMMA THETA OMEGA CHAPTER OF ,.,...., "'KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INCORPORA lEO 6TH 5 P.M OA LA CARTE PAVUION 4050 DANA SHORES DR. TAIIPA, FL 33134 "Reflectlng on tire P.t Hd Embntdng the SliPS BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -Rick suspects Amber had something to do with Caroline canceling dinner; Steffy and Thomas share sorne time; Thomas creates a romantic dinner for Caroline; Steffy takes advantage of a situation with N Liam during Hope's absence. Liam comes borne and finds g Hope passed out on the couch; Thomas and Caroline discuss N romances; Liam becomes furious with Amber; Caroline and Thomas share a kiss. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -EJ and Kate confront Stefano; Ian stuns Madison by agreeing to give her a divorce; Stefano throws Kate out of the mansion; Gabi blames herself for Will being gay; Madison asks Brady ifhis marriage proposal is still on the table. EJ wants to partne:r: up with Sami in her new business venture; Carrie confides in Rafe about her feelings for him; Lucas finds Kate and Ian together; Madison learns Sami is now in charge of Countess Wilhelmina. GENERAL HOSPITALEpiphany is present for Patrick; Steve is in un familiar territory; Anna and McBain ha ve a talk. J ason and Sam recover; Lulu has a hunch; Carly comes clean. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Neil discovers Sofia 's les, while Phyllis and Avery clash over memories of their fa ther. Neil and Harmony's attraction pro ves irresistible, while Ricky and Daisy scheme to take Lucy away from Daniel. Horoscopes Taurus (April2o-May 20)A hunch could b e prof itable game on! For the next two days, y ou r e in the spotlight (and you like itjust fine). Deliver your lines with passion. Gemini (May 21-June 21)rhe party is getting fun. Your frien ds showed up, for good music and chow. Choose your words well, and new doors open Encour age others Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Expand a little at a time. Consider new opportunities, and step into leadership, even if it makes you nervous. You can do it. You' re a quick study. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Conditions loo k good for travel and romance. 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ntertanment CISSJ RaponadiJ Sa" To RIRI CISSY HOUSTON And Daughter Singer WHITNEY HOUSTON In an article detailing the plans for a movie about the life of Whitne y Houston, her mom, Cissy Houston in sisted on having the final say on who would portray Whit-ney. "Over my dead body!" de clared the 78-year-old, about Rihanna portraying her daughter. "Cissy believes Rihanna celebrates every thing she hated about Whitney's life -the drugging, the boxing, the abusive rela tionship." "Cissy does not think Whitney should be repre sented by someone like Rihanna," the so urce continued. "In spite of what anyone thought about Whitney, she sees her as a God fearing Christian who loved the Lord.'' Princa Has To Fork Ovar Naarlv S4M PRINCE A New York Supreme Court judge ordered pop icon Prince to pay $3 95 million to a fragrance manufacturer for failing to promote their line of 3121 scents. The 'Controversy' singer was sued by Revelations Perfume and Cosmetics back in 2008 because he did not fol low through with a contrac tual agreement to endorse the company's product line that had been inspired by his 2006 album 3121. Court documents state that the beauty manufacturei: spent a fortune on the Pur ple One s' promotion and he neglected to meet his end of the deal. Corporate heads accused Prince of not giving media interviews, refusing to attend in-store events and not handing out free fragrance samples at his concerts w ilt.i.aDI Bainu S ued will.i.am After inking a deal to push a clothing line in 2012 Black Eyed Peas front man will.i.am, is being taken to court for bailing on the deal. I.Am.Clothing the name of the brand, was supposed to use the Black Eyed Peas name to market the clothing and the producerjrapper agreed to help design as well. The company believes will.i.am was obligated to lend his name to the line through 2016 but according to the BEP leader the deal had alread y concluded. IIVIillri'S b-Wifl Tes To anaclllls anornev T ORREI And ExHusband KEVIN HART Comedian Kevin Hart had a less than humorous day in court on Wednesday when his ex -wife, Torrei al legedly attempted to assault his attorney, Debra Opri, during the couple's divorce proceeding hearing at a Los Angeles court. Although the couple is of ficially divorced, they were in court finalizing sorne partic ulars about their case when, at the conclusion of the hear ing, the judge imposed a sanction on Torrei to pay part of her husband's legal fees. Reportedly when Torrei heard the judge s order, she was ready to take it to the streets. When T orrei, Kevin and Opri were out side the courtroom. Hart, whose much talked about movie, "Think Like A Man ," opens April 20 re ceived joint custody of his two children and he was also ordered to pa y Torrei child support. Torrei and Hart sepa rated in February 2010 after nearl y eight y ears of mar riag e citing irreconcilable differences." Jav-z And Rocawear Team IP With Yanllees Jay-Z is clearly a New York Yankee's fan. By sport ing their branded clothing and mentioning them on his monster hit "Empire State of Mind," Hova has made the Yankees an international household n'ame. Now Jay-Z has taken his love for the Yankees a step further by forging a business partnership between the Bronx-based team and his fashion imprint Rocawear. Rocawear will have branded signage in Yankee Stadium, in addition to inte grated promotion through the 2012 season. Although Jay-Z sold his rights to the Rocawear brand JAY-Z in 2007 to the Iconix Brand Group, Inc. for $204 million, he retains a stake in the com pany and still oversees its marketing, licensing and product development. Michelle Obama Responds To Bevonc's tener r o lJ First Lady Michelle Obama responded Friday toa public "thankyou" from singer, Beyonc, via her Twitter account, calling the singer a "role model." Beyonc's website fea tures a handwritten letter to Michelle Obama posted Wednesday, where she calls the First Lady "the ULTI MATE example of a truly strong African American Mrs. Obama wrote to the singer -:a few days later, saying "Thank you for the beautiful letter and for being a role model who kids everywhere can look up to." The relationship between FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMAAndB EYONCE CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ e: 1 r m :::! z ., e: aJ r-e;; ::::1: Beyonc and Michelle m Obama goes back at least e as far as the 2009 presidential inauguration, when the m pop star sang Etta James' Last" while the first couple took the stage to dance m at the Inaugural Ball. fg )> z e ...a. (11 1 )>


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5 rts Michael Vick Calls Alabama law Weak MICHAEL VICK MONTGOMERY, Ala. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has made another effort to say animal cruelty is wrong, urg ing Alabama lawmakers to increase penalties for cock fighting. Vick says in a statement Monday that Alabama's cockfighting law is the nation's "weakest" because the $50 fine is the maximum punishment. Vick has been outspoken against animal cruelty since he served 16 months in federal prison on a dog-fighting conviction. Vick says he doesn't want others to make the same mistake of being cruel to animals. Barrv Bonds liven Extension In Appeal BARRYBONDS SAN FRANCISCO Barry Bonds has been given an extension until May 4 to file written arguments in his appeal to overtum his obstruction of justice convic tion. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday granted a second extension request by Bonds' lawyers, which had been filed Friday. The original deadline had been March 21 before the court granted an extension last month to April 20 Under the new schedule, th. e government will have to respond. After that, Bonds' lawyers will have another 14 days to file a reply brief if they so choose. Dennis Riordan, Bonds' appeals lawyer, said in a filing to the court that his office could not meet the April 20 deadline because of several other cases in which it was involved. Bonds' appeal will be randomly assigned to a three-judge panel that will hear oral arguments this year. A decision is not likely until2013 at the earliest. Go to klckstarter.com Search For 'SIGIDI' Then, VIEW & PLEDGE $5000 Or More To Hec11eve Your FREE Gift SIGIDI Playing Cards Project!!! By Tampa's Local Artist: Clint Griffin More lnfo: 813.735.5224 -kemeticdesigns@aol.com Where YOUR Pledge Makes Us SUcceedl b-181181 Webstar san Girl was16 NATE WEBSTER Former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Nate Webster's attomey said in court Tuesday tliat the girl he is accused of having sexual relations had reached the age of consent before the sexual relationship began. In Ohio, the age of consent is 16, but Webster, then 31, admitted in a secretly recorded tape that he began having sex with the victim at age 15. The girl is a former babysitter for the Webster family. Webster is charged with sexual battery, gross sexual imposition (sexual touching) and five counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. If convicted he could face 30 years or more in prison. If the girl was of the lawful age of consent, Webster could go free. Shill Ordered For Ronde Barbar )lo .N 9 Ronde Barber has retumed for a 16th season in the NFL and it could be the first he spends at safety. It's an experiment, at least, that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are tinkering with in the first minicamp under new coach Greg Schiano. e N RONDEBARBER Carllelolnthonv, New York lnicks Meet With Travvon Marlin's FalliiV Before Carmelo Anthony and the N ew York Knicks stepped on the court to give the Washington Wizards a 103-65 drumming Friday night, the star forward extended an invitation to the family of Trayvon Martin, who was tragically shot and killed by "Neighborhood volunteer" George Zimmerman. Trayvon's family was in New York for an interview with CNN to speak on the Wldlll. 18"-$895 20". $995 22" $1495 24". $1895 26". $2495 28". $3895 CARMEW ANTHONY '11 6 e )lo 0 m z m .-m e: r tragic loss of the young man, rbut were treated to a private !!l meeting with Carmelo and z the rest of the Knicks players before Friday night's game. 18". $895 20". $995 22". $1495 24". $1895 26". $2495 28". e: m r-e;; :::t m e m < m -f e: m 0 e ,... z e 'TI e $3995 22" $4495 24" $5995 @'4(> $6995 28". $8995 30". $14995 m-40-17_$59 2IS.3S-ll.J19 m...u....se 225-JS..lL$99 2lS.3S-1LS12S J4S.lS.LS18 27s.4S-20Jl09 DSH. SlD llSJt.LJ1D 24S.JI).20Jll9 27S-40-20Jll9 27S.SS.20.JI29 23SJI.I..U 28S-S0.20...$129 24S.30-22...$13S Z7S.30-20 .$139 2SS.30-22...$13S 2.9S-4S.it.Su9 16SJ5..21..S13S liS4-1Ull9 295422...$135 30HS.22...$129--26Wl-22...$209 305-35-24_.$17S 2SS.J0.26_.$199 295-25-22...$229 3ls.4S-2t.Sl7S 27S-ZS.28J349 l'J5.2:S.14..SJIJ 29S-ZS.2l.$3S9 25SJI.K..S14S 305--26...$229 31S.30-30_Jll00 275-30-24...$175 27S-2S-26...$189 27S.ZS.ltJ99S 29S-J0.26_l229


N Funerals/Memoriam o N ..J a: D. e( >;' c( e a: u. Aikens MS.BEVERLY ANNBRANCH Homegoing services for Ms. Beverly Ann Branch of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, April11, 2012, will be held on Saturday, Apri121, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Holsey Temple CME Church, 3729 North 15th Street, with Elder Charles Ervin, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Ceme tery. Beverly enjoyed spending time with ber family, cooking, entertaining, laugbing and traveling. She was preceded in death by: mother, Nettie Ruth Riley; fae ther, Jintmy C. Marshall; sisters, :: Rose Mary Bailey and Delois U. Marshall; brother, Stanley Mar-sball; aunts, Murrie (Ernest) Boe stick, Helen Jones, Mamie. Z Bowick and Ida Mae Mount; un e( eles, L. C. and David Mount, and Robert and Larry Marshall; e nieces, Stephanie Jolly and Bar CJ) bara Gene Patton; nephew, Dale w Matthews; and cousins, Mary :: Engram, George and Amos tMount. >-She leaves to cherish fond a: and loving memories: husband, W Millicent Junior Branch; chil> dren, Temika Buie (Lorenzo), W Malik Branch and Barbara Barr; e grandchildren, Odell, Beverly W and Temika Devine, Octavian l: Parker, Lee and Ziyon Tolliver CJ) Omaro Buggs, and Tyteeanna ::J Jones; brothers, Jintmy C. Marm shall, Jr., and Douglas Bailey; = sisters, Wdlie Nell Patton, Diane D. Riley (Robert), Annie Johnson, Z Nettie McBride (Rudolf), and WtFrances Brown; grandmothers, Addie Lee Coleman and Carrie ..J Bell Marshall; grandfather, S Chester Marsball; aunts, Ruby m Bailey (George), Gloria Gaffney ..J (Ronald), Mary Marshall, w Bonita Wilson (Gerard), and z Juanita Drye; unele, Chester :::: Marshall (Deborah); nieces, z Teresa Johnson (Keith), Katrina W Bailey, Jackline (Diane) and PaCJ) tricia Patton (Rechee), Jessica e( Riley, Dominique Matthews, e Tiphanie Jolly, Kim, Shabrika :: and Patsy Carter, Rosemary 0 James and Stacey Lowery ..J (Rome); nephews, Jimmy Pat-U. ton (Renee), Valentine HaY.es, Ronnie (Paulette), Leon and Frank Bailey, Tracey Washington, Ronnie Holder, Theron Marshall, Jimmy Marshall, 111 and Stephan Knight; cousins, Barron, Ricky and Derrick Davis, Micbael (Amida), San dra, Reginald (Debra), Rodney (Shamika) and Ronald Bailey (Clara), Charles Irvin (Leslie), David Bowick (Karla) Pearl Highsmith, Willis Bowick, Cheryl Howard, David Mount, Jr., Carolyn Tillman, Rbonda Weeks, Robert Marshall, Jr. (Sheila), Kenneth Marshall (Stacey), Derrick Marshall, Sr., Sharon Gibson, Kimberly Hollis, Asbanone Marshall (Smiley), Alton Comer, Sr., Jasmine Marshall and Jasmine Marshall; sisters-in-law, Gloria Knight and Linda Branch; brother-in-law, Virgil Brancb; father-in-law, M. J. Branch; and a host of other relatives and special friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, e:( April 20, 2012, from s-8 p. m. c0 The family will receive friends .,... from s 6 p. m. W The family and friends are (!) asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. .., AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. KHALFAANII H.SULTAAN (HARRY/KING) Homegoing services for Mr. Khalfaanii H. Sultaan (Harry/ King) of Tampa, who passed away on Monday, April 9, 2012, will be held on Saturday, April 21, 2012, at 2 p. m. at True Holiness Church, 3800 N. Nebraska Ave., with Bishop Alto Blanding, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Khalfaanii was born December 6, 1974 in Tampa. He al tended Hillsborough County Public Schools and enjoyed basketball, AlV motor cross riding andtennis. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: sons, Tyre Creary and Khalfaanii Sultaan; daughter, Lasbawna Rayford; parents, Aretha Marie Boyd and Geary Keith Davis and Harry Rayford, Sr.; brothers, Rodney Boyd (Theresa), Rodshee Rayford, Geary Davis, Jr. and Jerry Davis; sisters, Stephanie Audra Albury, Markeitha Washington, Lakezia Coleman, Sbakelia Davis and Katie Keonda Williams; great aunts, Kathryn Newkirk and Betty Jay Scott; aunts, Doris B. Robinson, Kaythenia Holloway, Irma Fisher, Donna Murray and Loretta Dixon; uncles, Freddy Cooper and Earl Anderson; Dieces, Rodsheedra Rayford and Raven Boyd; nephew, Rodney Boyd, Jr.; cousins, Latarsha Robinson, Cammy Robinson, Tenicca Cooper Bush and James Rayford, Jr.; anda host of other cousins and oving friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, April 20, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the .cburch on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. CHARLOTTE EMMA THOMPSON Homegoing celebration for Ms. Charlotte Emma Thompson of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, April 8, 2012, will be. held on Saturday, Apri121, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Mar tn Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Pastor Quantai Washington, officiating. Cbarlotte Emma Thompson was born on May 13, 1961, in New York Ci,ty. She was the youngest daughter ofher loving parents, Mrs. Dorothy Thompson-Brown and the late Mr. Charles Thompson. Charlotte was educated in the public schools ofNewYork City, completing ber primary education at Martin Luther King, Jr. High School. During her early adulthood, Charlotte spent time in New York forging her way in the world. A catastrophic illness brought her to Tampa in 1989, where she made her borne with her sister, the late Yolanda ThompsonBradley and her nephews, Tyrone and Duane Ball During her early years in Tampa, Charlotte concentrated on helping her sister raise her nephews. Once they entered MS. CHARLOTTE EMMA THOMPSON high school, Charlotte pursued a new career in Customer Service. She completed Leary Technical Center's Customer Service Academy in 1999, and worked almost 10 years for a few Fortune soo companies here in Tampa. She spent six years with Capital One. During her time there, Charlotte made quite an impact on her peers and employers with her positive and cheerful attitude and her willingness to tackle and overcome obstaeles she encountered. Everyone who knew her would comment on bow bappy sbe always seemed to be and how she always had a smile for everyone. From 1995 until she relocated to Ft. Lauderdale, FL, in 2008, Charlotte was a loyal and faithful member of First Baptist Churcb of College Hill. Charlotte was preceded in death by: her father, Charles Thompson; her sister, Yolanda Thompson-Bradley; and ber great-nephew, Master Tyler Gregory Ball. She leaves the following to cherisb the memories of ber sweet spirit: loving and devoted companion, Carl Morency; honorary sons, Tyrone and Duane Ball;godchildren,SeanJackson and Nicole Williams: mother, Mrs. Dorothy Thompson-Brown ofNew York City; grancbDother, Mrs. Terlena Daniels of Jackson, MS; sister, Deborah Tolbert and husband, Vincent; aunts, lrma Williams ofSan Francisco, CA, Bettie Daniels of New York City, and Jenner Merrick; uneles, Spencer Daniels and wife, Sandy of Oakland, CA, and H. Paul Daniels and we, Donna of Irving, TX; nephews, Andrew, Antoine, D'Andre' and Kembrick, Jr.; nieces, Serina, Shan quetta, Shameka, Emmanuel, Ciara and Brittany; great nepbew, Lathan; great nieces, Melissa, Kembrisha, Kayla, Charde', Kaylen, Shanez and Tookie; and cousins, Eric, Vin cent, Angela, David, Jason, Jamal, Sharon, Susan, Aaron, Larry, Tina, Anita, Yanika and Paula; two lifelong friends, Christina Barrett and Diane Maillard; and best friend, Fiona Bratwaite; along with a multitude ofmourning extended family members and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral borne on Friday, April 20, 2012, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Gudes -----ROBERTTYTUS BUSH,SR. Robert Tytus Bush, Sr. was born September 5, 1972 in St. Louis, MO and relocated to Tampa years later. He passed away April 16, 2012. At the time of bis demise, he was employed at American Recovery Specialists. He always loved making people laugh and had a smile that would light up a room. He will be greatly missed by bis family and loved ones. A memorial service will be beld in bis honor on Saturday, April 21, 2012, at 1 p. m. at the Greater Mt. Carmel A. M. E. Church, 4209 N. 34th St. Tampa, 33610. He leaves to cberish bis memories: a wife, Yolanda Yvette Bush; parents, Robert Busb, Jr. of St. Louis, MO, and Mardestine Taylor Bush-Johnson of Tampa; mother-in-law and father-b-law, Judy and Chester Perry; cbildren, Whitney Bush, Reechaey Bush, Robert Bush (RJ), Robert T Bush, Tykresha Baker, Torian Allen and Traivon Allen, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Busb, Dakarai Baker and Joshua Green, Jr. of Tampa; siblings, NeGail BushHailey (Marvin) of St. Louis, MO, and Vernon L. Johnson of Tampa; sister-in-law, Talisa Arnold of Langley Air Force Base, VIrginia; maternal grandmother, Ernestine Taylor of Tampa; paternal grandmother, Ethel J. Bush of St. Louis, MO; nephew, Donte' J. Jacobs; nieces, Maya and Marissa Hailey, all of St. Louis, MO; godsisters, Brandi Boyer, Yaminah Scales and Dr. Theresa Lewis, all of Tampa; godchildren, Anaya Scales, Surayya Scales and Savannah Ward; anda host of many other relatives and special friends. Gudes Funeral Home will be in charge ofthe services. THERE WILL BE NO WAKE ORVIEWING. GUDES FUNERAL HOME "A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www.pciesfu.neralhome.net-BURIAL INSURANCE funlnll Colt ........ $7, ..... $10, P1'otect Y....etTHIJ. Cal low ForY FREE lallonltQIIIItt. Pla StarUng At Only $20.00 Per Month Harmon PRINCESS ZHANAYE LUSHAWN WILLIAMS Memorial homegoing services for Princess Zbanaye Lushawn Williams will be held Saturday, April 21, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Re-Birth M. B. Church, 1924 E. Commancbe Ave., Tampa, 33610, with the pastor, Rev. Dr. Zachary Hudson, officiating. Interment will be prvate. Princes Zhanaye Williams was born August 3, 2004. She departed this le on April 11, 2012. Princess Zhanaye attended Riverhills Elementary school. She was completing the second grade. A very loving and intelligent student, she leaves bebind in mourning: her mother, Coretta Williams; 4 sisters and two brothers; her grandmother, Mrs. Martha Williams; ber grandfather, Mr. Timothy 'Alexander (Sharon Booker); 11 uncles and 4 aunts; and a host of cousins and friends. Visitation and viewing for Princess Zhanaye Lushawn Williams will be held Friday evening from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40,. Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 6-7p.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEW CHURCH. AHARMONBURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JAMES SMILEY,JR. April 22, 1971 -Apri127, 1999 We still miss you. We stilllove you. MomandDad.


Funerals/Memoram bis family, bis church and bis )> neighborhood. "tJ Rav Williams Wilson SISTER GLORIA JEANBOGAN Sister Gloria Jean Bogan of 1122 Soaring Osprey Way, passed away at home, with her devoted daughter, Sherria Dou glas and tianc, Ronald Lewis, by her bedside, on April 11, 2012. Homegoing services. for Sis ter Gloria Jean Bogan will be held Saturday, Apri121, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church (570. 6 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610), Rev erend Ricardo Robinson, pastor officiating. Interment will fol low at Orange Hill Cemetery. Sister Gloria Bogan was bom to the late James Bogan, Sr. and the late Emma McNish Bogan Williams on August 13, 1951, in Tampa, where she attended the public schools of Hillsborough CoUnty. She helped operate several local business establishments with her son's father, the late Earl McKinley, Sr. She was a member ofHope of Shiloh Community Church at 3910 Conover Street, under the pastoring of Pastor Robert Benn,Sr. Sister Gloria Jean Bogan was preceded in death by: her par ents: father, James Bogan, Sr. and her mother, Emma McNish Bogan Williams; grandparents, Benjantin and Queen McNish; brothers, Joseph, Russell and Wtllie Bogan; and sister, Hazel Leath. She leaves to caTy on her legacy: devoted daughter, Sher ria Douglas (Ronald Lewis); de voted son, Earl McKinley, Jr. (Bomba); six grandchildren: de voted granddaughters, Kesha Young and Bridgette Douglas, grandsons, Marcus Young, Bruce Pressley, Jr., Earl Burke and Terrell; three great grand children, Bruce Edward Press ley, III "Nanna-boy," Bryce Edward Pressley, and Braxton Edward Pressley; six brothers, James Bogan, Henry Bogan, Frank Bogan, Larry Bogan, Ger ald Bogan and Ronald Bogan; two devoted sisters, Evangelist Bettie Bogan-Viverette (Edward Viverette), and Geraldine Bogan; two surviving aunts, Bertha Dumas and Lucille Bogan-Stewart (Charles Stew art); nephews, Edward Viverette, Jeffrey Viverette, Henry Bogan, Jr., Antonio Guia, Ronald Latson, Bandi Boggs, Willie Leath, Anthony Leath, Javin Bogan, Traveon Bogan and Daniel Bogan; nieces, Char lene Viverette, Sabrina Viverette, Jacqueline Bogan, Shante Dumas (Fred Dumas), Ebony Bogan and Assyria Bogan; and a host of sorrowing relatives, church members and close friends. The remains will repose at Harmon Funeral Home, Inc., 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, from 5-8 p. m., Friday, April 20, 2012. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. NECO JONES Mr. Neco Jones of 2605 Emma Street, passed away Thursday, April12, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, Apri121, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Hope of Shiloh Community Church, 3910 East Conover Street. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mr. Neco Jones was a native of Tampa and a resident for 18 years. He leaves to cherish bis mem ory: bis mothr Harah Williams (Henry); father, Willie J. Jones, 111 (Ishmealla); grandmothers, Sarah Cotton and Cynthia Lee; grandfather, Willie James Jones, Sr.; great grandmother, Ella Mae Harris; brothers, Quinterro Jones, Ben Fowler, Jay, Henry, Jr. and Jermaine Williams; sisters, Jackie Jones (Evelio), Tiffany Godwin (Cur tis), Natalee McNeil and Tatyanna Testman; uncles, Ty-. rone Lee (Lashawn), John Cot ton (Juanita), Joseph Jones, Christopher Jones and Michael Cotton; aunts, Jaimie Boyd, An drea Moore and Lucille Jones; a special friend, Kamaria Powell; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins;great aunts, great un eles and friends. Visitation will be from 5 p. m., Friday, April 20, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. HowardAvenue. THERE WILL BE NO PUBUC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfu neralhome.com IN MEMORIAl HARRY RAYFORD, JR. (KING) It has been a blessing to have shared many wonder ful memories with you over theyears. You have always been a loving father to Tyre, LaShawna and Khalfaan, Jr. You will be greatly missed by your family and friends. You have closed your eyes for the last time and l know you are in a better place. Love, your lil sis, Tosh. MRS. CATHERINE ROSIERMURRAY Mrs. Catherine Rosier Mur ray ofTampa answered the call to see the Great King in His glory on Thursday, April 12, 2012. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Apri121, 2012, at 11 a. m. at College Hill Church ofGod In Christ, 6414 North 30th Street, with the pastor, Rev erend Dr. Charle Davis, and Superintendent Mitchell Davis, Jr., officiating. A native of Sopchoppy, FL, Mrs. Murray attended Wakulla High School and was a graduate of Florida A&M University (FAMU). She was a mathematics teacher at Pierce Middle School. Affectionately known as "Cat," she will be remembered as a loving wife, mother, sister, teacher and friend. She leaves beautiful and hu morous memories to be cher ished by: her husband, Norman; son, Girardeau; daughter, Ashley; siblings, Richard Milis, Ezella Rosier, Frances Stokes, Gracie Williams, Jollivet Holmes, Kenneth Rosier and wife, Yolanda, and Patrick Rosier and wife, Teresa; and mother in-law, Mrs. Gloria White. She was welcomed home by her daughter, Jasmine, who predeceased her in 1988. The family will receive friends on Friday, April 20, 2012, from 5-7 p. m. at Ray Wllliams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfu neralhome.com DEACON JOSEPH 'JOE' DAYMOND, SR. Homegoing celebration for Deacon Joseph "Joe" Daymond, Sr. of 3617East Diana Street, Tampa, 33610, who took bis etemal flight on Wednesday, April11, 2012, will be held Sat urday, Apri121, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Mount Olive Missionary Bap tist Church, 4008 E. Dr. C. P. Epps Drive (E. Cayuga Street), Tampa, 33610, of which the Reverend Michael V. White is pastor, officiating, with Rev erend Dr. C P. Epps, Pastor Emeritus, eulogist. Interment will follow in Garden of Memo ries Cemetery, 4207 East Lake Avenue, Tampa, 33610, with Military Honors. Deacon Joseph "Joe" Day mond, Sr. was bom on October 17, 1945, in Lamont, FL. "Joe" was bom the tifth of nine children to the late Contell and Mozella Ganzy Daymond. Deacon Daymond was a bom again Christian. He attended the public school of Jefferson County and was a 1962 graduate of Howard Academy in Monti cello, FL. After graduation, he worked on differentjobs. In 1966, he was drafted into the United States Army. There, he served his country for two years. He was stationed in Korea. After his honorable dis charge, he relocated to Tampa, where hejoined New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church. While attending church, he met then Maxine Elizabeth Liv ingston and they were married on July 22, 1972. Also holding to Christian principies he was ordained as a Deacon. Deacon Daymond moved his family to their new borne in East Tampa and also became members of Mount Olive Mis sionary Baptist Church, where he was a dedicated member for 28years. Deacon Daymond was a very He was preceded in death by: :!;! bis parents, Contell and Mozella r Ganzy Daymond; and bis broth1\) ers, Contell Daymond, Jr. 9 Joseph "Bob" Jones and Otis 1\) Lee Daymond. Deacon Joseph "Joe" Day1\) mond leaves to cherish memo ries of him: a loving and devoted wife of 40 years, Max-ine Elizabeth livingston Day mond; 4 sons, Joseph, Jr., Sherwood, Sr., Timothy and Travis Daymond; devoted daughter, Andre Renee Day mond; 3 grandchildren, Sher wood Alonzo Daymond, Jr., Caleb Joshua Daymond, and Ja'Khi Dwanue Daymond; step grandchildren, Lynze and Can dace Booker; step-great grand child, Demetrius Russell; special daughter:s, Margaret Daymond, Tasha McNeil, Shayla Hardy and Porche Stokes; godchildren, Evelyna Johnson, Sierra Robinson, De andre Ardis and Samuel Jones; 5 brothers and sisters, Tommy Daymond, Sr. (Josephine) and Lawrence Daymond of Winter Haven, FL, David Daymond (Alma "Dee Dee"), Yvonne C. Daymond of Tampa, and Mar garet Sleurs (Lawrence) of Lakeland, FL; uncles and aunts, r Arthur (A. D.) Ganzy (Delores), O Billy Rivers (Daisy), Randy Ben:::D0 nett, Pearl Nesbitt, Vera Lee Sims and Emma Lee Thomas; )> grand aunt, Idella Ganzy; en mother-in-law, Blondell livingston Bright; brothers and ::::! sisters-in-law, Arnetha Day-z mond,AimetaJones, JudyDay-m mond, Joyce M. Marshall, r Gussie Louise Livingston and m Cynthia D. Williams, all of ? Tampa, Donnell Livingston, Sr. r (Julia) of Fayetteville, NC, Bessie Mae Love ofWmder, GA, and Reverend Alfonso B. Liv-Z ingston, Sr. (Portia) of Opa e: m r Locka,FL. Deacon Daymond is also mourned by: his adopted par ents, Reverend Dr. C. P. and Lil lian Epps, and Pastor Michael White and the Mount Olive M. C ::1: m e B. Church family; and a host of m loving nieces, nephews, cousins and other sorrowing relatives :U< and friends. The viewing will be from 5 8 -t p. m. and the family will receive ; friends from 6-8 p. m., Friday, en April2o, 2012, at M t. Olive Mis-e sionary Baptist Church. ?.( Friends are asked to assembl"e at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for e the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" :!! wwwwilson-funeraJhome.com e ?.< Here today, planned tomorrow. From one second to the next, everything changes ... Ufe is full of chances. Your funeral doesn't have to be one of them. Make prearrangements tcxlay and you can feel confident your famly and your last wishes are in good hands. Call us discuss your prearrangement options FUNERAL HOME :Jm N. 29th St Tampa, R. 33605 (813)248-6125 G') m .... cp )>


Funerals/Memoriams o N _, a: D.. >"' < e a: u. e a: u. e z e( e en w 1w > w e w %: en :::; m D.. z := w _, _, m MRS. BEVERLY ANNDIGGS Homegoing services for Mrs. Beverly Ann Digg.s, will be held Saturday, April21, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, with the Pastor, Rev Interment will follow in Garden OfMemories Cemetery. Beverly Ann Diggs, affection ately called Ann, was born on March 28, 1955, in Tampa, to Rosa Lee Cobb and the late Rufus "Pretty Boy" Diggs. She was educated in the Hillsborough County School System and graduated from Middleton High School in 1973 She enjoyed cooking, shopping and spending time with family and friends. Beverly departed this life on April12, 2012, at home. Beverly gave her life to Christ at an early age, uniting with New Hope Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorate of the Reverend Dr. T. lV. Jenldns, in which she was a devoted member. She leaves to mourn her passing and cherish memories of her: her two children, Mario Bennett and Brittani Lewis; grandchildren, Shekinah, Destini, Markevius, Amarle and Ja'Mario; previous, loving and devoted mother, Rosa Lee Cobb; stepmother, Fannie.Mae Diggs; eight dedicated brothers, Jobo Lee Cobb (Barbara), Charlie Cobb, Larry Cobb, Michael Jackson, Calvin Cobb (Sheila), lVillie Brantley, Tim Diggs and Rufus "June" Diggs, Jr., all of Tampa ( one brother preceded her in death, James "Lil Man" Cobb); seven loving and caring sisters, Cynthia Wilson of -' Chicago, IL, Yvonne Cobb W Peeler (Bishop Leroy Peeler ), zlGail Cobb (Michael), Rosa Jackz son, Linda Brantley, Sharon W Moore and Latara Diggs of en Tampa; four uncles, Walter Cobb (Shirlean), John Cobb, e Eddie Diggs of Tampa, and -Arthur Diggs of Alabama (seven a: uncles preceded her in death); O and six aunts, Kellie Cobb, Lynchburg, VA, Sarah Long of Orlando, FL, Barbara Cobb of Tampa, and Maime Barker, Eva Hasting and Lorene Walker, all of Detroit, MI (four aunts preceded her in death). Beverly will also be sorely missed by: some very special sisters and brothers with whom she was raised, Diane Diggs, Arthur Diggs, Anthony "Tony" Diggs (Vern), Joann Williams (Mark) and Rufus Diggs; like a mother, Barbara Williams and the late Johnnie Mae Diggs ; and special friends, Terri Lucas, Vanderlyn Davis, Anna Peggy" McNeal, Patricia Love, Paula Smith, Bessie Blue, Patricia Lawson, Mary Robertson and Melody Jackson. She will also be missed by a host of nieces, nephews, other family and friends. Special acknowledgement to Wilson Funeral Home and New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor T. lV. There will be viewing from 5-8 p. m. and the family will re e( ceive friends from 6 7 p. m., O Friday, April 20, 2012, at New N Hope Missionary Baptist W Church. <.:) Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi-mately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A lVILSON SERVICE www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. ELIZABETH B.SAMMONS Mrs. Elizabeth B. Sammons, 82, passed away April 8 2012, in Tampa, where she has maintained residency, since 2008, when she relocated with her eldest daughter. She was born July 7, 1929, and reared in Valdosta, Georgia, until marrying Homer Sam mons, Jr., who was in the United States Air Force. After living with her spouse in various places, including, England and Greece, she resided in Wilming ton, Delaware, where they lived for 40 years with their family. Her spouse preceded her in death. She was active in church and was a member at United Missionary Baptist Church in Wtlm ington, Delaware, and continued to attend with Pastor lVatson when it became Wings of Faith. She attended Allen Temple A. M. E. Church in Tampa. She was a devoted Christian, wife and mother. She is survived by: five children, Beverly, Bernard, Linda, Homer, III, and Phyllis; as well as three siblings, Marian, Evelyn and Carl. In addition she is survived by: twelve grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, many nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives. She was kind and gentle and will be missed, but will remain lovingly imbedded in memories. Visitation will be at 9 a. m. followed by services on April 20, 2012, at St. Paul UAME Church, 3114 N. Market Street, Wtlming ton, Delaware; 19802. Burial will be at Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Condolences may be expressed online at www.wilsonfuneralhome.com or kim@conKOfuneralbome.com. "A lVILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com IN LOVING MEMORY RICHARD LUNDY July 21, 1951 -April19, 2011 It's been ayear since you left us. Yo u are sadly missed and will be forever in our hearts. Your brother, James and Anna Lundy and family, and Patsy Crawley and family. Death 1 J Back2Bac MR.RAYMOND BERNARD DA VIS May 28, 1955 -April12, 2012 A well-known Tampan, Mr. Raymond Bernard Davis, passed away Thursday, April12, 2012, after a short illness. For information, contact Peggy Davis or Rashell, 1806 East Comanche, 33610, (813) 373-6277. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAl FOR MS. RUfH BLACK April 21, 1927 -July8, 2009 Not a day goes by that you don't cross my mind. 1 love and miss you so very much, but 1 know God loved youmore. Happy birthday, Grandmom, 'til we meet again. Love, your daughter, sons, grandkids and great grandkids. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JAMES TAURENCE DAVIS,SR. April 21, 2012 Father God, we thank you for the memory of James and we love and miss him. Sincerely, James Taurence Davis, Sr. family, mother and other loved ones. I'M FREE GLORIA TUCKER 6/20/19494/25/2010 I'm Free, praise the Lord, I'm Free. To all those who love me.To all those who care, please know that I'm still there. I'm just no longer bound, no more chains holding me. It' s been two years, but it seems like a lifetinle. Truly missed by your children, grandchildren, sisters and friends. MOTHER LEO LA MCRAE JONES 7/25/21-4/19/04 Seven years ago, you left this world. However, your spirit is always with us. We think ofyou every day, Lola. You are missed by many, but most of all by your children, Louie McRae and Margaret Love, your grandchildren and great grands. 301 North Howard Avenu4t lampa, FL 33606


Memoriams/Card of Thanks YOUR BIRTHDAY, MEMORIAM MEMORY OF APRil13 MRS. ELIZABETH P.SMITH Mom, 1 know you are resting with God on your birthday. Thanks for cooking for us, raising us, training us and being the best mom ever. We will see you again on the other side. Your family: children, Herbert J. Smith, Henry Smith, Harold Smith and Carol Smith Stewart. ABIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CARLA STARLING MOORE. 4/22/589/5/01 On your birthday, we still miss and love you. Children: Kenneth and Mikeisha; mom, Dorene; brother, Darrell; sister, Gina; and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAMOF MILDRED A. WILSON 4/15/573/27/06 Our gifts to you are ... Moring glories, Irises, Lilies, Daises, Roses, Eucalyptuses, and Daffodils We will always love you! Your family and friends. FREEMAN FLOWERS 3/12/19374/16/2008 The sun will rise and night will fall, love' s remem brance outlasts all. And though the years be many or few, they are filled with memories of you, yet, it seems like yesterday. We missyou. Love: Claretha, Vanessa, Kim, Zionna, Carnisha, Erika, Terik, Terrell and Earl. IN lOVING MEMORYOF REV. J. S. PARIS March 17, 1897-Apri123, 1979 Wtfe, D. l. Pars and fam ily. IN MEMORIAM HOMERJAMES HEMMINGWAY On April 20, 2011, an ad dress change as: The Man sion Of Heaven. This world, however beautiful, was never meant to be. The place that we would call our borne for all eternity. And though we would not choose to leave, a loving God knows best, and in His tinte, He lifts us to a place of pea ce and rest. Missing and loving you dearl;r: AnnJoyce, Shantel, Stephanie, Pat, Rona, Donna and Frederick; grandkids and Bernice, Samuel; and entire family and friends. GARYCOOPER Boro: 10/22/1988 Death: 4/20/2008 The gift of time we cher ish, the gift of life goes fast, the gift of love will never end, as long as memories stilllive on. We miss you and love youdearly. Love, your family and friends. IN MEMORIAM WELLINGTO N C. H OUSE (JR) 4/20/77-4/11/09 Three years, still loved and missed b y friends and fantily. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, WElOVEAND MISSYOU _.;;.,__..,._.,.., MRS. CHRISTINE S. TURNER April 20, 1939 -April17, 2000 Love: Harlem, Deborah and Brenda; grands, great grands and brothe rs. MRS. MARGARET MADDOX April2oth Precious memories today and always. Love, your children and the Maddox Fantily. IN MEMORIAM ARTHUR WHITE,JR. Dad, we love you and missyou. Arthur L. White, III (Robbie), Letashia, Kody andAnton. WITHAN INTHE RAyzETTA E. DILLO N The fantily of Rayzetta E. Dillon, wishes to thank e':'eryone for their prayers, visits, flowers, cards, tele phone calls and acts ofkind ness shown during our time ofbereavement. Special thanks to: Rev. Janet O. Lee, Rev. Sandra Bell, Usher Board #1, Lay Organization and the offi cers and niembers of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, and Aikens Funeral Home. We shall be eternally grateful to everyone. May God bless you! ForAny lnformation Leading To The Capture Or Whereabouts OfThese lndividua. ls: Please Contact AGAINST ALL ODDS BAIL BONOS 5006 E BroadwayAvenue T8flll6, FL33619 813-300-9107 9 1\) o ..... 1\) 'TI r o :e e )> (/) m z :j z m r m e: r r m :j z "' e: m r e;; ::E: m e m < m -t e: m (/) e )> z e 'TI :e e C> m N ..... 1 )>


Nr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------eards of Thanks Local TIDno Activist Resians From Countv Board e a: 1&. e z e( e 0 w ;:::) .... ft w > w e w ::z: 0 :::: m ;:::) a.. z tu ...J ...J ;:::) m ...J LIJ z :: z LIJ 0 e( e a: o ...J 1&. PATRICE JONES We, the family ofthe late Patrice Jones, would like to extend our appreciation to everyone for all your wonderful and kind gestores during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: New Mt. Zion Church and Ray Williams Funeral Home. God bless. The Jones Family. THANIYOU MRS.OLUE VIRGINIA JENKINS The family of Mrs. Ollie Virginia Jenkins, wishes to thank everyone for their prayers, visits, flowers, cards, words of encouragement, food and other acts of kindness during our time of bereavement Special thanks to: Rev. B. E. Garmon, Sr. and The First Union Missionary Baptist Church family and Aikens Funeral Home. May God bless you all. The Jenkins Family. CARO OF THANIS MISSNETIIE M. BUTLER 'SIS' The family of the late Miss Nettie Maude Butler "Sis," would like to extend a great many thanks to all of the many family members, friends and all for the prayers, visits, cards and all of the sympathetic gestores during our time of sorrow. e( A special thank you to: Mennonite Church and Rev. N Roy Williams, pastor. W May God bless and keep you all. The Helms, Butler f and Gurley families. Before she could attend any of the meetings of _the Hillsborough County Nuisance Abatement Board, community activist Michelle Williams resigned. The first meeting in 3 years was to be held on Mon day, April16, 2012. Ms. Williams' resigna tion carne in the wake of com ments she allegedly made early last week as a Black Panther leader on a blog radio AnAnatyss MICHELLE Wlll.IAMS program regarding the Trayvon Martn case. Ms. Williams says the comments were taken out of context as media agents played portions to fit their agendas After the statements were made Ms. Williams had said there was no need for her to apologize for what she said. "I was just addressing the racism in this country. This Caucasian called in with all of these neg atives about Mrican Ameri cans, I just went off." She has since apologized for her ac tions. Ms. Williams said she chose to resign from the Abatement Board because she believed that County Commis sioner Mark Sharpe would receive backlash as a result "And I did not want that to happen, she said. Ted Nuuent Threatens President Obama At NRA Convention BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter As President Barack Obama battles the unrelent ing forces and rhetoric by those who want him gone, now we get the rants of rock musician, Ted Nugent. Nugent took the stage during the conference of the National RifleAssociation (he is a board member), and blasted President Obama and bis entire administration. Now, Nugent's negative comments aren t anything new by those who oppose the President's re-election, but one statement he made was Natonal not only beneath contempt but totally disrespectful. Nugent was quoted as saying, "If Barack Obama becomes president in Novem ber again, 1 will either be dead or in jail by this time next year. What does that mean? He basically said, "he would try assassinating the President and die trying or assassinate the President and go to jail." First of all, if Nugent is either dead or in jail next year, it won't be because President Obama was re elected. Second, this kind of blind rhetoric only feeds the campaign of Republican hopeful Mitt Romney, and the en tire right-wing extremists. When you speak out on the President's policies or de cisions, that's one thing But when you make it personal by equating bis reelection with your own future, you ve gone too far. lt's a shame that the GOP has to stoop this low in an ef fort to discredit President Obama and make their point of why he shouldn't be re elected. But, it's no surprise that Republicans will go to ex tremes After all, Republicans Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, 4and Rick Santorum blasted the President during their campaigns, and most of what they had to say was disre spectful and without any facts. Nugent singled out four members of the Supreme Court as not supporting the constitution, and said, "If yo u want more of those kinds of evil anti-American people in the Supreme Court then don t get involved and let Obama take office gain Nugent's comments have upset the entire Democratic Party and the U. S. Secret Service met with Nugent Thursday. Nurse Accused Ollillinu Mother, lidnappinu Babv Montgomery County, Texas --A woman arrested in connection with the shooting death of a mother and the kid napping of her newborn baby appeared in court Thursday morning Verna Deann McClain, 31, who was char g ed with cap ital murd e r and held without bond She doe s appear remorseful," Detective John Schmitt s aid McClain allegedl y shot Kala Marie Golden Schuchardt, 28 numerous times and kidnapped her 3day-old son, Keegan, outside a Montgomery County pedia trician's office Wednesday, around 2 p.m. Schuchardt VERNA McCIAIN was als o the mother of two other sons ages 2 and 4. The infant was found a few hours later. Detectives said McClain, who had recently miscarried told her fianc that she had given birth to bis child Records showed that MeKAlA MARIE GOLDEN SCHUCHARDT Clain, w ho ha s two childr e n of h er o w n i s a l i censed voc a tional nur se." She allegedl y admitted shooting Schuchardt, who she did not know and taking herson. A few hours after the KE E GANSCHUCHARDT s hoot i ng d e p u t i e s found t he car u s ed in the kidnappin g at an apartment complex about a mile awa y Investigator s said McClain approached them claiming to have information about the vehicle. Her story started to fall apart during her interview as a witness.


Crime woman Malles Good On lhreat And Sets Fire Suspects Souuht In Then 01 Mail Tarnpa Police are looking for two rnen in the Tuesday theft of two containers of rnail in Seminole Heights Tarnpa Fire Rescue spokesperson, Lonnie Benniefield, said a horneless wornan was arrested in con nection with a fire that erupted at a borne in Tarnpa Heights on April18th. Veronica Shelby, 26, was arrested in connection with the house fire on 105 E. Oleander Street and is facing a charge of first degree arson. Shelby was arrested at the comer of Colurnbus Drive and East Jefferson at 5:30 p.m. She is being held without bond. The house that was set on fire is a horneless shelter for battered wornen operated by Horneless Helping Hornel ess, lncorporated. According to the facility's Finance Director, Tony, Shelby had been living at the house on Oleander for two months "We have strict policies on people gettirig along with each other, and we don' t tolerate residents being threatened. "Shelby had gotten into a dispute with four wornen at the shelter over a pack of ciga rettes. She threatened thern, and we told her she had to leave. As she left, she looked back at the wornen and said she'd make sure they didn't have a place to live anyrnore." Tarnpa Fire Rescue units responded to the fire after receiving a call at 1:39 p. m It took fire crews 5 minutes to get the fire under control. The fire was contained to the kitchen area of the house and no injuries were reported. Fire investigators ruled the fue to be arson. Police said a postal employ ee locked his vehicle and was delivering mail in the neighborhood on foot. A witness reported that two Black males forced entry into the U. S. Postal Service vehicle and removed two containers of rnail containing 200 to 400 pieces. While fleeing, police said one of the suspects confronted a witness and tried to intimidate her as she was calling 9-1-1. The suspects parked their vehicle a block away from the postal truck and approached on foot. The witness told police she saw the suspects getting into a vehicle described as a 2006 or later version of a 4-door Chevrolet lmpala in good condition. The suspects were described as appearing to be in their early 40s, 5'6" to 5'8" tall, and one unshaven with touches of gray in his beard. Burularv lied lo Check Fraud Scheme MomCharued Wlth Burnlnu lntant ANDREW JEWELL POLK COUNTY -In October, a gun, money and checks were stolen during a burglary of a Lake Wales borne, and two of the cbecks were deposited into a Fort Lauderdale Credit Union, autborities said. More than five months later, two Broward County rnen have been arrested and charged i n the theft according to the Polk County Sheriffs Office Andrew Jewell, 23, was charged with grand theft, pos session of another person' s identification witbout consent and two counts of forgery. Andres Carl Hureskin, 23, was charged with grand theft and scheming to defraud. Jewell was a licensed tax preparer wbose car contained severa! W-2 forrns and credit card s, along witb copies of driver's licenses and social security cards that did not belong to hirn, detectives said. ANDRES HURFSKIN PASCOOn Tuesday, a Port to see if they were used to Riche y wornan was arrested commit a crirne. after autborities accused ber of Detectives said Hureskin running scalding water over opened an account with the ber 7-week-old baby hoy, IBM Southeast Employees burning him so badly, bis skin Federal Credit Union in bubbled anda nipple carne off September with the under-w ben his shirt was removed at standing J ewell would the hospital. deposit stolen checks and Chekayla Dampier, 18, share a percentage of the was charged with aggravated money. child abuse. She is being held Detectives said a month under a bond of $150,000. la ter J ewell broke into a Dampier reportedly told home in Lake Wales and later deputies sbe was frustrated deposited checks from the because tbe baby was crying horne into the account using for hours. Sbe said she put the an ATM. An ATM surveil-child in an infant washtub and lance camera sowed the susran hot water onto his bead for pect and a blue Chevrolet two to three minutes, because Malibu. he had been crying for bours. Last week, detectives trav-Technicians measured the eled to Broward County to water at 142 degrees. rneet with their detectives to Doctors reported tbat the follow up on leads. After an child suffered severe second-interview with Hureskin, degree burns to bis head, arrest warrants were execut-chest, arrns, eyes and ears. ed. Doctors also said it was too Jewell and Hureskin early to say bow badly tbe were booked into tbe cbild 's eyes and ears rnay bave __ .B.row.ardCount. J.aiL.. .... 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY APRIL 20 2012 B Nick Capitana Bovs And Girls Club Event The Nick Capitano Boys and Girls Club was the site just recently of an outdoor community event. The Christian Family Church assisted with this Easter Community outreach event. There were severa} activities for all ages that drew about 3 ,000 participants. (Photos by BRUNSON) Ms. Britney, Club Director, and Shonda Perry at the Easter celebration for the children. Martha A viles, Shantae Mitchell and Josiah Rivera attended the hoy and girl club event. Catherine Simons, Joseph Havelka, Steven Wiehagea, Tara Clark and Autumn Clark. Brianna and Moriya enjoyed the outdoor Special guests at the Nick Capitano Boys and Girls Club event were: Darryl Strawberry, Dave Cash, Sr. and Jr. and Tyoka Jackson were among those in attendance. Kimberly, Pye and Mecca, Jr. Becky and Cooper Bradley enjoyed the event. Tara Thompson of the Boys and Girls' Club and John Harvey at the Capitane Club for a event.; Shemyra, Shimmy, and Tee Baker were having loads offun. Mattie, Eunice, Dominae and Damani at the community event. Linda, Rahiyah, K yara, Tamkira, Zamira an

0 Loca o _. D.. e( New Restaurant Promotes Familv Environment When Takem Willis was LL. traveling through Southern California a year ago, he stopped by a place called Roscoe's. It was a chicken and waffle restaurant, and he thought that would be great for Tampa. On October 10, 2011, Willis and his general man ager, Laura Whitt, made it a reality when they opened Tampa Luv Chicken and Waffles on Florida Avenue, just north ofWaters. This restaurant is a first for both of us," said Ms. Whitt. "W e already ha ve loyal customers and business is picking up. I think our location is great and easily Tampa Luv Chicken .Arid Waftles. this kind of business," said Ms. Whitt. > accessible." Willis said he looked at several locations before u.. finding what he now considQ ers to be a perfect location. "We've always wanted to > be business owners, but we never thought it would be "We're notjust a breakfast restaurant. We call our menu all day food, and everything is fresh and made to order." "W e treat our customers like they are family, and they love us. We get great compliments on our service and great food." en w ri w The motto of Luv's Chicken and W affles is "everyone is family." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsen tinel.com. ............................................ da Tbe Hillsborough County Bead Start Program 1s now ffi CwntY enroWng applicants into thetr chlld ::t care program with Individualized Education i Plans (IEPs) 8c Early Bead Start 1s accepting chllclren with Individualized FamtJy Support Plans (IFSPs). w en t o _. LL. You may be eligible for this program if you: Have a dlild who has been diagnosed with autism, hearing impairment, mental retarclation, orthopedic impainnent, developmentally clelayed, speech/language, or any other impairment affecting the dlild's ability to lea m Are a pareht of a child with an IndMdualized Education Plan Are the parent of a child with spedal needs and receiving therapy Are employecl at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Meet the Federal Poverty Guiclelines for income Have a dlild who will tum three before Sept 1 of the rurrent school year Additionally for Early Head Start: Are the parent of a child with an Individualized Family Support Plan Are the parent of a child with special needs and receiving therapy Have a child between the ages of 6 weeks 23 months HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY eowJ11 f ......... ..... .. .. -... ........ ........................ Businesswoman Shares Testimonv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter As a professional hair stylist, Maishayn Wilson has come in contact with an array of personalities, all of them affecting her in one way or the other "When I was in my 20s I was going through a transi tional period and realized at one point it was God that was missing. I had to get rid of a lot of baggage, and I struggled. with what God was trying to tell me and what I wanted to do." Ms. Wilson said after graduating from college, she started a women's group, "Sisters In Christ," a group of women who have hearts forGod. "We encourage and spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and try to encourage people to use their spiritual gifts. "I realized I had plenty of distractions in my life, and I just wasn't being focused enough and paying attention to the calling God had in mylife." Ms. Wllson said she had to termnate relationships With people she's known for years, because tbey were going in different directions. "I want to be a standard for people who are lost and can't find their way. I pray more now, and I still make m"istakes, but that's all a part of finding your way. I MAISHAYN WII.SON want to empower others." Ms. Wilson said this is the second year of her rebirth, but last summer is when she became dedicated, and felt the need to share her testimor;ty. "Because of what I do for a living, I have the opportuni ty to do a lot of traveling, and I come in contact with a lot of people who reflect my passion, or are searching for themselves. Ms. Wdson said she will continue to share her testimony and meet with "Sisters In Christ" for Bible study and other functions. "Anyone out there who feels they are lost and trying to find their way, is welcome to contact me at maishayn.wilson@&mail.co m. You re also welcome to join our group and be a part of something very special DYTEMPLE spedaltlmkshowwith Handcnd'lld Bracelets & CUrated Jewtlry


DR.FRED BEATON,SR. Dr. Fred Beaton, Sr., is the son of the late Johnnie Johnson and Lettie Beaton; brother of the late, Michael, Para Lee Lazarus, Charlie Howard (deceased), arid Verdell Howard; niece, the late Cynthia Verdell Howard; nephews, Tyrone, Ophelia Howard and Bugene Howard; son, Frederick Beaton, Jr.; and mother, Cynthia Rena Telfare. He is a graduate of Middle ton High School, class of 1970, FloridaA&M University (B.A.), Florida State University (M .A.), and Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, (Ph.D.). His publications/books in elude: Master's Thesis, "Black Tampa, 1954-1974;" Doctoral Dissertation, "Quantitative Analysis, Systemic Racism, Tampa's Black Community 1974-1994;" Profiles In Courage, "The Rise And Fall Of Tampa's Black Leadership, 1960s Riots;" Urban Renewal, "Economic Displacement, Tampa's Black Community, 196os;" Gulf Ridge Council, "Boy Scout Troop 618, The Legendary Domination And Ex ploitation Of Tampa's Jim Crow Laws;" Success And Sur viva}, "Life In Tampa's Post Racial Divide, Multiple Appli cations;" and Racism And Inte gration, "An Educational View PASTORMOSFS BROWN, TH.D. Thank God for sending you to help our family when we were down to nothing. Keep on preching for Jesus. RONALDAnd SHAWNTRECE Birthday greetings are being sent out to my wonderful husband, Ronald Thomas. I want to say sorry that I can't be there to help you cele brate your day, but it won't be long before we11 be celebrating together. I love you Your wife, Mrs. Thomas, a.k.a., Ms. Boo. Also, happy birthday from Ma and your kids. Into Darkness, 1970." 1 Hapuv Birthdav 1 :=1 ==D==vi==nu:::;B;;;;;;;re;;;;:;;;;;e;;;;;d LADY'DEE' Big6s Happy birthday to the world's greatest grandmother, Delores Norwood. We love and thank you so much for being there for us. Love, Twins. RONALD JORDAN If you're looking for a change in your life or sorne new excitement, hit me u p. I'm local anda short-timer and love I-4, a.k.a., Jay. Ronald Jordan, 24611018, F. C. C. USP-2, P. O. Box 1034, Coleman, FL, 335.21. KENDALL STARKS Someone who's given to ex changing thoughts oil paper and willing to see what comes to mind. P. S. By the time you've read this ... I hope that you are smil ing. So far away, Mr. Thirst Quencher. Age: the square root ofsix. Kendall Starks, 26820018, FCI-Coleman Medium, P O, Box 1032 Coleman, FL, 33521. WILIARD G. PORTER 'Bone' 4-23 Happy birthday to my son. From, your mom and the family. Hurry up, so we can em brace you with love. And what yo u love to get... "Cash Cash." JIMMY MUHAMMAD 'Stanka' Happy birthday. From, (mom) Snooky, (dad) Jim Bagz, Nana, Neka, Cudda and Katrina. SEADRICK MOORE Happy belated birthday to my one and only brother. I love you, Big Bro, and me and the family misses you. Leave it up to God, moun tains are being moved. See you soon. Ms. Lisa. Haoov Binhdav L. DALLAS And LISA Birthday blessings in the air for none other than "My King," Mr. Dalias. Honestly Bae, there's re ally no words to emphasize or describe how much me and your six-pack love and missyou. So again, I love, 1 do and I just want to say thank you, just in case I don't thank yo u enough. Like 1 always say, "Pa tience is the key to excel lence." Ms. Lisa. SKEAT, MIKEY BOY, CHRIS, DJ, BOOFAY And KEESE_ Going to Coleman. Go getters, keep your head up! 'T1 r o :!! e )> en m z ::! z m r m e: r r m ::! z "'D e: m r e;; :::z:: m e m < m -t e: m en e )> z e 'T1 :!! e


Jesus, He Satisties It is no surprise that in life and on this Christian journey we all get thirsty. Thirst is a natural part of life. Being thirsty is a desire to have something. Sometimes the thirst is not for food or drink, the thirst is for something more. In the lesson this week (John 4:7-15, 21-30), we observe that there was a woman who was thirsty and she meta roan named Jesus who satisfied her thirst. We learn from this week's lesson that Jesus is able to satisfy us; all we need to do is ask. Jesus met the woman and asked her for a drink (vs. 7). e This question or request re: veals several things; it shows I.L e Jesus' humanity, it demon-z strates Jesus' willingness to ce meet you where you are, and His greater concern for hu e manity regardless of race, m creed or nationality. :::: The writer makes sure to 1mention that this encounter i:[ between Jesus and the woman w > w e w :I: en :::::. m :::: a. was held in isolation. The text records that His disciples had gone into town to buy food (vs. 8). Jesus will meet you in a prvate place to have an intimate and delicate conver sation with you. He meets you in private sometimes because other people may not under stand or be supportive of the encounter you are about to ha ve. The woman responded to Jesus by asking how do you being a Jew ask me a Samari tan for a drink; we don't have dealing with one another (vs. 9)? Oftentimes this is the re sponse of people beyond their race or ethnic background. Sorne people think they are not worthy of conversation be cause of their perceived sinful lifestyle. The message to the people is that Christ is not concerned about your background. He does not care about your eth nicity. He is concerned about you and the fulfillment of His mission. Jesus is not limited z t= w ..J ..J :::: m ..J w z ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL t= z w en ce e a: 3401 E. 25th Avenue,T ampa, FL {Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Blsllop Eddil lewldlt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHI SCHEDULE o ii SllldaJ: 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ OrientatK>n 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon lntercessory Prayer wiBible Study WICIIIIISIIaY: 5 :30 P M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M Adult & Youth Mid Week SerVice Email UsAt: stjministries@aoloom Mission Statement: "A Churr:h of the innercity reachingout to the community by ministering to the wholeman.11 Outrecd'l Minstry: m NOAH COMMUNrrY, lf\C./ HOUSE OF LYDIA w (!) by social beliefs and preju dices. J esus says to the woman, if you knew who 1 am you would have asked me for a drink (vs. 20). The woman replies sir yo u ha ve nothing to draw with and the well is deep (vs. 11) When Jesus encounters peo ple He wants them to recog nize who He is. Today, Jesus expects you to have heard enough about Him so that you will know how to respond when He comes to you. You must try to avoid the response of this woman saying yo u ha ve nothing to draw with and the well is deep. She is judging Jesus' ability based upon what she can see and perceive When you reach a conclusion about what God can provide or do, based u pon your physical vision, you will hinder the blessing coming to yo u. Jesus introduced her to a more satisfying water. He wanted her to know that the water from this well will make you thirst again, but the water He will give will never thirst (vv. 13, 14). He draws upon her everyday experience to help see a spiritual reality. Coming to that which is created by roan will never fully satisfy you, but keep you com ing back to it. But that which your Heavenly Father gives you will forever satisfy you. People must know and NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E: ColumbUs Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early Mxning Wootlip 7 :55A.M. Sunday Mooling Wcrship-9:30A.M. M:ming Worship :55 A M. Famly Niglt7 P M For Transportation can (813) 486-7890 Dea. Kelvin DeCoursey Chainnan, Deacons' Mini often be reminded of the satis faction that comes from God. God can, God will and God is able to provide you with what you need to be satisfied. When you allow God to satisfy that thirst in your life, you don't have to continue to make trips to the well of the world. After hearing these words spoken by Jesus, the woman requested the water Jesus had to offer She said give me this water so that 1 won' t get thirsty and have to keep com ing to this well (vs.15). Reading this verse gives reason to believe that there are a lot of people who are thirsty and will welcome a fresh thirst quencher. Sorne people keep drinking what they are drink ing because they don't have a choice. There are sorne who will read this and declare they do have a choice because there is a church on every comer and they can choose not to drink from that well The church must go meet them at their well, look beyond their current circumstance, and offer them something fresh and fulfilling. G_:STARS Eastar Calabration .JA\1 ES A.l\t.E. CIICRCH OF PROGRESS \ 'ILLAGE, INC. 5202 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 UV.KTCIIAEL B. PUCE, 1 Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Chureh School 8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A.M Sunday, April 22, 2012 3:00P.M. ..,.,... Folthfulalres The ,,...,,..,.u ....... Stars The True of Chrlst FIRST BAPTIST CHIIlCH OF PROGRESS VIUAGE 8722 Progress 811/d., T ampa, Fl33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor's Offlce: (813) 672.()389 AcademyOffice : (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mal: fbcopv@tampabay. rr .com DR. SAM MAXWEI.I., SR. Senor Teachlng Pastor Adult/Children Worship Tnes 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A M 4 :1i:!!J111u!!ft Sunday -9:45A.M. & Youthl Chlkten Tuesday 11 A.M. Adt Wednesday 7 P M Yt:Uhl Chilclren 7:30P.M. Adl.t A Setelle Cempu Far Faih 8ille lnslillb "GrowlrY.I The ctuch For (Acls 1:8, Rom. 1:8, 1 Thes. 1 :8) NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E.lake Ave. 248-4127 And Sharing God 's Love Worsh p Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW 6 :00 P.M. Evening Worship 7 :00P. M. Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Chlxch School 9 :30 A M Moming Worshp 10:45 A M Bible Class 4:30 P M Evenng Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M BibleStudy 7 :30 P


., :2 Las Vegas, Nevada. 10 a m. to 12 noon Saturdays. or for questions, call Lois )> April Celebrants Happy birthday: Gail McCall, George Crum, George Latimore, Hannah Simmons, Harold Williams, Hollis Branbam, Imani Cofield, Jamie Walker, Javon Uv ingston, Jessie Allen, Jiuunie Hall, Jr., Joshua Hudson, Joyce Green, Joyce Hughes, Kathryn Fuller, Kaytronia L. Brown, Keila President, Kesha Mitchell, Kylar Simpson, Latasha Baynes, Lillie Tbomas, Lucille Beck, Luster Grayson, Makaria Watson, Marcus Adams, Mar cos Ellis, Marie Carter-Cberry, Maurice Leonard, Micbelle Ruiz, Millicent Calero, Miriam Donald and Nataiie AllenMcClain. Happy birtbday to: Patricia Randall, Vernon Golden, Josiah Barnum, Shirley Warniack, Tyler Vanee, LaKendra Lake and Shareece Simon. Birthday wishes are ex tended toa speciru lady Mrs. Mozelle Rhodes, who celebrated anoilier wonderful day wiili her children, grands and great grands. What a beautiful celebration to share wiili your loved ones. We honor this speciru lady and wish her many more years! Belated Birthdays A belated birthday wisl;l is sent to Shawn Shepberd, who celebrated his specw day in March. This wish comes from his lovmg parents. Belated wishes to Ms. Linda.Wright, Central Park, whose natal day was 4/9. Happy belated birthday to Ms. Sherilla (Tubby) Durr and Jude (JD) Dawson of Progress Village. They share ilie same birthday, 3/18. We love and miss you. Jlappy Anniversary Belated wedding anniversary wishes are sent to Ray and Carol Shepherd, who celebrated their anniver1 CHURCH DIRECTORY 1 NEW BEGINNING CHU.RCH OFTHE LIVING 3613 N. 23rd St. ** FL 3 3605 (813) 247-3055 - z e ., :2 -< P.O. Box 4 7 2 4 Tampa ..___ _____ ___. aACE IIARY sSIOII..RY IIPI1ST CIIIICII 231 3 E. 27th AVE. ( 8 1 3 ) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Dr G.'t Dtlaad, Pastor Tel: (813) 253 *Fax ( 8 1 3 } 254-1441 E -mail: MtPieasantMBaol.oom Devotio n By Mt. P leasant Praise T eam EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7 : 45A.M. SUNDAYSCHOOL *9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP11 A. M 1STSUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B. T. U ) 6 PMLord' s SUpper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General B i b l e Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 B.DER 11IOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Moming Worshi p 8 A.M. Sunday School 9 : 30 A M Momtng Worshp -10:50 A.M. Bible Study Wed. 7 P M Sunday School ..... Sunday Worship ... 11 Sunday Evening Worship .. .. 7:3() Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7 :3() P M L.------BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS P a s t o r "A Church Where The Love Of &od Flows And The Holy Ghost ls n Full control." -.u ... 1-. 1 o',.! ll' ..., 1 iiHth! Q m C1l 1 m


Rel ous E:vent N o N ...J a: Palm sundav Holv Communion service Q. e( St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church held its Palm Sunday Holy Eucharist Service with the Rites of Confirmation and Sun day of Passion Service. The day began with a walk with the ;:: participation of many members. Rev. E. Flemister is the Rector. 1.L (Photos by Julia Jackson) o a: I.L o z e( o en w :) 1w > w o w l: en There was a'visiting minister for this Eucharist and Palm Sunday Service. From left, Eucharist Minister Maise Reddy, The Rt. Rev. Barry Howe and Rector E. Flemister preparing for the walk. ::J Invited guests for the Confirmation Service were Birdie Underwood, Carolyn Hill and Betoria Watson. Q. z t= w PriJIIti&Ct ...J w z t= z w en e( o a: o ...J I.L OPEN HOUSE RECEPnON Saturday, May 5, 2012 12N-2P DoubleTI'H Weatahore Hotel 4500 w. Cyprea Street RSVP for your FREE WOP glft at Sundays & Thursdays 6:00p.m. Pastor Henry Preachlng Channels Brighthouse 949 &. 950 Comcast 20 Verizon 29 &. 30 NSSSlfiE'S to Live On Palm Sunday, Acolytes prepare to lead the walk outside St. James House ofPrayer: Janey Phillips, Camille Edwards, Julia Glicksberg, Keishawn Greaves and Deondre. At the Confirmation Services were: Bishop Howe, Julia Jackson, Dr. Navita James, instructor for the Confirmation, Anise T. Morris and Keishawn Ornar Greaves. 34TH STREET CHURCH OF GOD PRESENTS WlTH DR. THOMAS AND LADY MA.RVA SCOTT 11 2()12 7:00pm FIRST LADIES NIGHT Pastor Craig Holloway Triumphant Church Ministries 2012 PRESIDING ELDERS NIGHT tt 7 :00pm De/ores]. Cain Heritage Christian CDm:munity Baptist Church 22t 2012 SUNDAY .,. .. ::..........--. Dr.Henry I::yons 34T;H.$TREETCHURCHOFGOD 3000 North 34th Street -Tam a, FL 33605 www.34thstreetco o r


Loca Easter Sundav At SL John Prouressive M. B. Church Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Bartholomew (First Lady Vanessa) Banks were leaders of the Easter Parade at St. John Progressive M. B. Church. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Debra Cooper has on a lovely hat for the Easter service. Mamie Waters enjoyed Easter Sunday with her granddaughter. -Carolyn Balsom at the Easter Sunday service. These Easter Sunday worshippers are William Jerome Stewart, Daishia Stewart, and Clara and Jarvis rida.org


...J a: Q. e( Easter Celebration > Bay City Elks Lodge #268, Elgin Franklin, Exalted Ruler, and Bay City Temple #158, : Elizabeth Belton, Daughter Ruler, celebrated Easter treats with the kids at Lil Eagles Day &L Care, Pastor Sherry Lewis, Director. This is the 2nd year that the Brothers and Daughters of Bay City have celebrated with the day care. The Easter Celebration is observed by Elks around the world. (Photos by Julia Jackson) U) :-1 ., m .... m :a n 5 m :a n Students For VPK 4-8th Grade SPCCS llhn: --, A c.thollc/Chr'tatiM Envlronment ::1: A Complehenlllve Currlculum lncludlng Art, Technology, and P. E. Small Claa8room8 and Low Student to Tucher Ailtlo (1 teecher to 12 studenb). Interne who Mrve tuton from Local UniYenltlee r- Located acroee the etreet ffom the Capltano Boye & Girte Club for after echool caN n Step Up for 8tudente Scholllrehlpe for thOee who quelfy. {lee cMt1 below). en o o rGross Monthly Uousehold ln,ome .: .. jiiiii.. ''iPPI.i11ils: For more information please visit our website: http://stpeterclavercatholicschool.org/ or call the school at (813) 224-0865 Cassie Edwards and Gloria Sylvester share Easter treats Nariah, Uriah, Janzarea and Jovanny. These young people who received Easter treats are: Yannesia, Shaniah, C'von, Zai and Yarreal. Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#l Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folk!, NR uwner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 290917-Tampa, 33687 Ce U


April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and your Children's Board's Keeping Kids Safe Partnership is leading the "Pinwheels for Prevention" Campaign aimed at creating awareness and prevention of child abuse and neglect in our community. Eye-catching "Pinwheel Gardens" will be placed throughout Hillsborough County symbolizing the healthy, happy childhoods all kids deserve, and also remind us of the important role we ea eh play in children's daily lives. To celebrate, Children's Board Family Resource Centers teamed with the Berenstain Bears to host several events throughout the month focused on educating families and sharing available resources wlth parents and caregivers. To learn more about exciting events and meet the Berenstain Bears UVE contact your local neighborhood Family Resource Center to reserve a space today! There is no cost to attend ($10 value), however registration is required. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY


woman Upset Bv a: Comments Made Durina News Broadcast I.L Mary Harris was watch ing a television show about racism a few weeks ago. After the show, a panel, consisting of a couple. of mayors and a lawyer representing Trayvon Martin, carne on and talked about the fact that our Black kids aren't being protected anymore. "After that, a local news woman on Channel8 News, stepped in and said Black peo ple need to slow down on crime in their coiilmunities. "As much as 1 understood what she was saying, i got upset, because they don't ever talk about why the crime is in our community in the first place." Ms. Harris said more and more strangers are mov ing into our community who don t have our best interest at heart. &L "When 1 finished watching e the program, 1 sat back Z thought for a while. 1 thought e( about how different things were in the 196os and 1970s, and then 1 took a step back to W see what had changed. "What's changed is we j: don't have people around us w that care. There are so many > things going on right now with W the Trayvon Martin issue, fa and they want to talk about Black crime like this boy was tn :::J m ::::) a. z tu ...1 ...1 ::::) m M.ARYHARRIS sorne kind of criminal." Ms. Harris said what's needed is the real criminals removed from our communi ties and someone giving young people the guidance theyneed. "We, the people of the United States of America, must continue to fight for our rights and our freedom. So, keep fighting for Trayvon Martin to the end. "1 know we have things we need to straighten out our selves, but we just don't need anyone saying we're all a bunch of criminals." -Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e mailed at lcrews@flsen tineLcom. Arrested and Concerned About Your Letal Call Taoya bugree (813) 418-5253 1 Paymeat PlauAvailable 1 With NO CKEDll" CHECK_ Crimbaal Reeonk odAppeah Tampa, FL .33602 ...1 w z ::: z w tn e( e a: o ...1 I.L m 1 o 'f"'" Certified State University All Job-Related In uries Change Treatlng ysldans Collect Back Pay Hostfle Work &ivfronment W.C./ Race Ofscrlmlnation Tree of Llfe Medlcal Center Treating: Neck Pain Back Pain Whiplash Medica! Doctor Chiropractor & Massage Therapist On Staff ALL PIP lnsurance Accepted 5009 N Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 (81 890-9000 located ltCX'OM St. Peter Claver To Host-Friend Rallv Pleasejoin Sr. Maria Ba batunde, Principal, the School Board and Event Host Committee of St. Peter Claver School for a Friend Rally on Wednesday April 25, 2012, 6-8 P M., at the AKA House, 412 E 7th Avenue Tampa Sr. Maria will share the good news of the school and her vision for another 118 years of serving Tampa s families. The Friend Rally is planned to support the school's $8o,ooo Match Campaign, a gift from the Louis De LaParte Family Foundation. Guests will have the opportunity to support the school's challenge by participating in a Silent Auction, a raffle and other op portunities to give. The entir.e St. Peter Claver Family church, school alumni and parents has em braced this challenge with en ergy and resolve to reach the $8o,ooo by the end of April 2012. We invite the commu nity at large to join in to put the school over the top!! Event organizers are Luella and Herbert Car rington, Sonja and Rigoberto Garcia, Julie and Dan Jenkins, Frances and Joe Sykes. The Host Committee is comprised of: Joe Capitano, Sr., Dr. Cora Dunkley, Howard Harris, Richard Gonzmart, Harriette Har ris, Harold J ackson, Mike Jensen, Delores Mclntosh, Mary Pinheiro, Art Raimos, Curtis Stokes, Ann Urbanski, Wilma Warren, S. Kay Andrews, Belind Wilson, Kaydell Wright-Douglas, Esq., Honorable Les Miller, Dr. Kermit Harvey, DSr. Paul Sheehy, Jr., Barbara Gay and Corirad J. Johnson. w_,st lampa Group To Create Merchants Association BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Sta:ffWriter Last Friday, a meeting was held at the West Tampa Library to discuss the future of W est Tampa and Main Street businesses. West Tampa CDC Develop ment Manager, Michael Randolph, said within the next two years) Main Street and the surrounding area will be tindergoing a majot rede velopment. "In our meeting Friday, we had business owners attend who wanted to be a part of the discussion relating to the rede velopment of West Tampa," said Randolph. Randolph pointed out that 70 years ago, West Tampa's Main Street was full of commercial activity. "Now, it's a strip of urban blight. We aim to do some thing about that. The goal of the meeting was to create a merchant asso ciation that focuses on African American businesses in the area, and to maintain the his torical value African Ameri cans have contributed to West Tampa. Randolph said the mer chants association is a cer tainty, and all that remains is coming up with a name. "Eac h of the business own ers who attended the meeting MICHAEL RANDOLPH made a commibnent to bring others with them to the next meeting. Our ultimate goal is to get all o( the African Ameri can businesses together. We. must find ways to make sure those businesses benefit di rectly from the redevelopment plans for West Tampa. They were Kimberly Chaney, James "Dredd", Huey Johnson, and Rev. Gregory Lockett." Randolph said he feels there is an overhaul oommit ment to see the merchant association become a reality, and that all of the business owners want to continue to come to gether so they all can be suc cessful. "The West Tampa CDC wants to be in a position to financially help the business owners get to where they need to be, said Randolph." Randolph said they are setting goals and objectives, and Black merchants have felt for a long time they were left out of any plans for the future ofWest Tampa. ''The mercharits association will give them a platform to be heard," said Randolph. As individual business owners, we want them at the table when the serious discus sions begin and an actual plan has been put in place. 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Local Businessman Files Complaint Aher Being Esconed From Board Meeting Tampa businessman, Joe Robinson, has been an outspoken critic of the Hillsborough County School District 's actions. In a School Board meeting last Tuesday, Robinson was given bis three minutes to speak, and told the board members, mismanagement, misfeasance, malfeasance, that's what y ou're doing. But, when Robinson told the Board members, "three, five, seven, vote them out, School board chair, Candy Olson, ordered him t o stop, accusing him of political cam paigning. 1 went there to discuss ope r atio nal mismanagement, and was accused of political campaig ning. Two weeks ago, 1 asked them to define what is poltica speech? That's when 1 discove red they have no policy on what is or isn't political speech." Robinson said he has doc umented evidence that there are no guidelines, policies or tools regarding political speech So, how can 1 be stopped from addressing the Board because of a policy that does n't exist? 1 feel my first amendment rights were violated." Robinson said the Board 's attorney a 2009 case out of Boca Raton where some one wore a political button, and another person wore a political tee-shirt while addressing the board. 1 did not make a political statement, and 1 was not campaigning for anyone. 1 never mentioned any candi dates' name. Even if they have case law, they have not adopted any policy on political speech." Robinson said he was con tacted by a representative of the American Civil Liberties JOE ROBINSON Un i on (ACLU), who said they were in the meeting last Tuesday, and they wanted a copy of what was se n t to him. "My plan is to file a complaint with the NAACP for violation of my first amend ment rights 1 have also filed a battery complaint against the men who escorted me out of the meeting : Robinson said school boa r d spokespe r son, Linda Cobbe, sent him an e-mail and said they do have a policy for poltica} activity. "I'v e read the information Cobbe sent me and I don t think it covers what happened during that meeting. The County by law, 32-32, applies only to employees, and is protected b y Florida Statute 104.31. They don't have a policy for anyone who isn t an employ ee. Also, spokesperson, Steve Hegarty, said Robinson had been warned about pro moting political activity at the board meetings, and that we had a policy against it. "We always let people know you can't promote candidates at our meetings. That is a part of our policy. Also, our civility police may have been violat ed. We can invoke that just to restore order." Robinson said he also feels he's been conspired against because of the numerous com plaints he 's made to the Board about its operational procedures Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. WOULD YOU RATHER CUT BACK EVERY MONTH ON: A) THE AMOUNT YOU PAY ON YOUR CAR LOAN B) THINGS THAT ARE AWESOME Well, we 're just goi ng t o go ahead and guess that no one is f}oin g to feel a loss fr o m the first option So con s id er ref i nancing with Fifth Third Bank wt:rere you can get an auto loan w ith.an AP.R as low as for 48 moriths. Can we assume you don' t want to pay more th;at? To learn more about the ideas we h ave for mak in g borrowing better for everyone, calll-866:-5'3LOANS, visit y olfr loca bank J ng center or find us online at fl 53.corpf:aute .i:'f "l.oans ll'8subfadtD CnldltrMIWn appnMI. n.2.!19%.AP&allr11Jaled upan aad.-Of71tor._., wlilde mocllil )lllll'of201HD13 a aA&mot!IJ -.18rii\As OfOWI/11, _.-(llo diilin PIJIIIC 48-moldh tamlfld 48 Jlllllllllr pJmenls or $442.61, .... ....._.,. or 2.91* Annual fan:en1aRMII (APR), ;ni $165loaltle fiE ln.Saulln bllna11Wke1). U. ildllall'lll llllrVIIY dlpdlng va of !he Vllllldlt niDin tarm. u. stalld 1'111 Of2.!19% lni:UIIIa .25% lhcGI.I1t ... a .Mdlac:OIIIIWiwl vou81111lr onllne,n a Sraa-clllcaullwtlen .. loiln pay!jlent 1s made automalk:aly uslng Auto B1PaJet A Rfth Thtd Cbel:klng Ac:touit fs l'llqUind. $60 m11m11n deposlt nlqli'ed to open a new c:hecklng accilil.lll. Ralllnnd tenns are SIJJject ID cllange Wllhoullilllr:e. Alll Thtd Blmk, Member RIIC. O Rflh Thlrd Bal* 2012 6 l> "' r 1\) o 1\) o ..... 1\) "T1 r o e l> en m z ::! z m r I:D e: r r m ::! z "' e: I:D r e;; ::::1: m e m < m e: m en e l> z e "T1 :u 6 C') m ..... ..... 1


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Celebratory Parade Held For Boys' Basketball Team On March 3, 2012, at the Lakeland Center, the Lake Wales Highlanders boys' basketball team won the Florida High School Athletic Association Class 5-A Basketball Championship. It was a dream come true for Coach Billy D. the team's coach and graduate of Lake W al es High School. On April 4th, the players and coach were in the spotlight! They celebratd, tossed candy, and waved to students, school faculty, and their fans during a victory parade, which was held in their honor in downtown LakeWales. Coach Washington was also honored as the 20112012 PolkPreps.com Coach 888.8metro8 metropcs.com of the Year. The win is only the second time in the school's history that the boys' basketball team has won a state title. Among the parade participants were: Burney Hayes, David Campbell Sr., and Kimberly Campbell, who served as the team's assistant coaches; City of Lake Wales Mayor Mike Carter, and Superintendent Jesse Jackson. Team managers, Brittany Daniels and Abby Thompson; team mem bers: Cedric Christian, Alante Fenner, Antwan Hadley, Marcel White, Lamar Welch, L. D. Wilson, Russell Wilson, Decric Brinson, Doug Brooks, David Campbell Jr., Savonte' Frasier, Railond Garrett, Zeke Hayes, Davion Riley, Shaquille Snell, and J'Quayveon Williams also participated. Way to go, team! Congratulations, Highlanders! Celebrate Administrative Professionals Day On Wednesday, April 25th, 2012, numerous busi nesses acrss the nation will celebrate Administrative Professionals Day f/k/a Secretary's Day. National Professional Secretaries Week and National Secretary's Day was created in 1952 through the efforts of Harry F. Klemfuss. Shaw-Nuf Talk recognizes the hard work and dedication of sorne of those who serve in this capacity, by saying Happy Secretary's Week! to: Myrtice Landers, Finance Secretary/Tampa West Coast District Church of God by Faith; Paige Phoa, Executive Coordinator/ Lakeland Housing Authority; Christel Graham, Administrative Assistant/ Lakeland Branch e Samsung G ALAXY "TTA!tf ltG NAACP; Barbara Davis, Judicial Assistant/The Honorable Polk County Judge Timothy CoOn and Wendy Glover, Administrative Assistant/ Girls Inc. of Lakeland, and all of the others who fill these very important roles! Shaw-Nuf salutes each of yo u! Happy Anniversary TRUMAN and MARGO McGILL The miracle of love is given to us to give to one another... Happy Anniversary to Truman and Margo McGill, as they celebrate another year of wedding bliss on April 23rd and to Samul and Teresa Swann, of Lakeland, as they celebrate their third wedding anniversary on sso instant rebate on these super fast 4GLTE phones. metroPCS Wlreless for All. :!! e > ., JJ r April 25th. N May the blessings of the 0 Lotd be upon each of these unions. Birthday Greetings Happy Birthday wishes are extended to Lakeland lady, Mother Margaret J ohnson and Lakeland gentleman, Mr. Willie Gibbs, who will each celebrate another natal day on April 21st. May God contin ue to bless each of you with many, many more days of your life! Talk To Shaw-Nuf ..... N 'TI r Shaw-Nu.{Talk wants to O hear from you. Share your exciting news and/ or photos > of your celebrations, special m m events, birthdays, anniver-z saries, weddings, family ::j reunions, church or commuiij nity events, etc., wth the r readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and r Shaw-Nu.{Talk by sending an e-mail to: ::j shawnuftalkyahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. e: m r e;; :!: m e m < m -4 e: m en e > z e 'TI :!! e


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Federal Government To Eliminate Paper Checks Next Year B Y IRIS B. H O L TO N Sentinel C ity Editor In less than a year changes will take place in the manner recip ients r eceiv e p ayments from the Social Security Admin i strat i on. Beginning on March 1, 2013 paper checks receiv e d throu g h regular U S. mail, will no longer be an option for r ecip i ents. Acco r d ing to the Social Security Administration' s website, recipients are encouraged to make changes now to av o id interruption of payment. The change will affect peo ple receiving S ocial Security, S upplemental Security Income (SSI), Veteran' s benefits, railroad pensions, and federal dis ability payments in a paper check. Those who have a bank account can sign up for direct deposit or contact bis or her banking institution for assistance. Recipients can also elect to have the Direct Express Card as another option. The Direct Exp r ess Card Program allows benefits to b e deposite d d irectly onto a debit card account. The benefits are a v ailable on the normal pa y day, and the card can be us e d to make pur chases pa y bilis or obtain cash from ATM machines. For those individuals who don t have a bank account he or she m ust open an account before requesting Direct Deposit. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information can call 1-8 900-772 -1213 (TIY 1 800-325-0778), or visit the website at httJ)://www social Transportat i on D i sadvantaged Coordina ti ng Board Date: Thur8day, Aprl26th 2012 lime: 6:00 p m. Place: 2nd F1oor Cowrty Commluion Chambers 601 East Kennedy Boulevard, TMtpa The 1raneportatlon dlaadvantaged arelndlvldullla who, bec8uM of ege, lnpome, physlcal or mental c:IINblllty, are unable to traneport them8elve8. Thla lncludes chlkhn who dlubled or at hlgh-ri8k. The TDC B makes recommendationa to the Hlleborough County Metropoltan Plannlng Organlzation (MPO) on the transportatlon dlaadvantaged swvk:e8 In the COI.Ilty. More lnformatlon la avalable onlne at: www.hlllaboroughmpo ,org. Persona In need of special accommodatlons under the Americana wi1h Dlsablities Act or who requlre lnterpreter servlces (free of charge) should contact Mlehele Ogilvle 8131273-3774 x317 or ogllvlemOplancom .org, at least 3 buslnesa days In advance of 1hls meeting In accordance wlth Tltle VI of the Civil Rlghts Act of 1964 and other nondlscr1minatlon laws publlc is eolicited without regard to race, color, nationai orlgln, age, HX, rellgion, dlsablllty or famlly status. Aprll20th 2012


11 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the lollowing cert i ficate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and lhe names in which it was assassad are as follows: Folio No. : 077775.1092 File No.: 2012-397 Certifica te No.: 198530-09 Year of lssuance : 2008 DHcrlpllon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 28 BLOCK 10 PL.ATBOOKIPAGE : 112/105 SEeTWP RGE : 19-31 -20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch a ... s..d: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State ol Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemad aocording to law, the property described in such certificate shalf be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E .. t Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2m day of at 10 :00 A M (NOTieE : Please can (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verity sale location) Datad this aN day of ADrll, 2012 PATFRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florlda TERESA L CLARK Oeputy Clerk H you ara a person wlth a dlublllty who nMds any accommodatlon In order to partlclpate In thls proc:eedlng, you are entltled, at no cost to you, to the provlslon of c:ertaln enlstance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tamps Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenslon 4205, two (2) worklng days prior to the date the servlce la neecled; H you ara hellrlng or volee lmpslred, cell 711. USF Area 13050 North 2oth Street ... Spacious 2 Story Townhome, "' Free Water Free Washer/Dryer With Lease 1 Month Free Rent Great Location Section 8 Ok Only $685.00 Call 813-22()-3633 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEAEBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holde r ol the tonowing certificare has filed said certifiCBte for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of lssuance lhe desc ri ption ol lhe property and the names in which it was assassad are as lollows: Folio No.: 077775.1094 Ale No : 2012-398 Certificate No.: Year of lssuance : 2009 DHcrlptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1e LOT 29 BLOCK 10 PL.AT BOOKIPAGE : 112/105 SEC TWP RGE : 19-31 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANOING TAXES Name(s) In whlch easeased: BELMONT REAL. ESTATE LLC Said property being in the County ol Hillsborough State of Florida U nless such certif i cate shan be redeemad accord i ng to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at lhe Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2!th day ol May, 2012, at 10 A.M (NOTieE : Please call ( 813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Datad lhis aN day ot ARdJ. 2!U.2. PATFRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK 0eputy Clerk H you are e per.on wlth a dlsa&illty who nMds any eccommodatlon In order to partlclpate In thls proceedlng, you ere entltled, et no cost to you, to the provlslon of certeln enlstance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnetor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Temps Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenllon two (2) worklng days prior to the date the MrYice la Meded; H you ere hellrlng or volee lmpelred, ceH 711. 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home CHA, W/0 Hook-l;f,p Section 8 Accepted Aleo Avallable 211 Q!.lplex Call (813) r TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of lhe follow i ng certificate has filad said certifocate for a tax dead to be i ss u ad thereon The certificate number and year of i ssuance the description of lhe property and the names in which was assassad are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1 096 File No.: 2012-399 Certificate No.: Year of lssuance : 2009 DHcrlptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 30 BLOCK 1 O PL.AT BOOK/PAGE : 112/105 SEeTWPRGE: 19-31-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch -.sed: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being i n lhe County of Hillsborough State ol Florida Un l ess such certificate shall be radeemed according to law the property descrbed in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidde r at the Jury AudltDrlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E .. t Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2!th day o l May, 2012 al 1 0;00 A, M (NQJieE: Please can (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to ve r ity sale location ) Datad th i s aN day of Aodl. 2012 PATFRAtlK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Deputy Clerk H you are a per.on wlth a dlaablllty who nMds eny accommodatlon In order to partlclpate In thls proceedlng, you are entltled, at no cost to you, to the provlston of certaln ... lstance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Cordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa FIDrlda, (813) 276-8100 extenslon 4205, two (2) wrklng deys prior to the date the MrYice ls nMded; H you ara heerlng or volee lmpelred, cell 711. 3 Bedroom/2 Bath WDH,CHA t Fenced Corner Lot '"e. t> WOCI Aoors, Wood Deck r ,1:,, $850.00/Monthty $800.00/Deposit (813) 532..()313 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the lollowing cert i ficate has filad sa i d certificate for a tax deed to be issuad !hereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names i n which it was assassad are as lollows : Folio No.: 077775.1098 Ale No.: 2012-400 Certificare No.: Year of lssuance : 2009 Deecrlptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1e LOT 31 BLOCK 10 PL.AT BOOKIPAGE : 112/105 SEeTWP RGE: 19-3120 SUBJECTto ALL OUTSTANOING TAXES Name(s) In whlch assessed: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in lhe County of H i llsborough State of F l orida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemad aocording to law the property descr i bed i n such certificate shall be sold to lhe hlghest bidder at lhe Jury AudltDrlum, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb eourthouse, 800 East Twlggs Street, Tamps FL 33602 on the 2m day ol May. 2012 at 10;00 A,M (NOT ieE: Please ca ll ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sa l e l oca ti on) Dated lhis aN day ol Aodl 2012 PATFAANK Clerk Of The Clrcult curt Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L CLARK Oeputy Clerk H you are a per.on wlth a dlsablllty who nMds any accommodallon In order to partlclpate In thls proceedlng, you ere entltled, at no cost to you, to the provlston ofcertaln asslstence. Plcontact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Ternps Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenllon 4205, two (2) worklng days pdor to the date the servlce la Meded; H you ara hellrlng or volee lmpelred, 711. 3019 North 38th Street 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths On Quiet Dead End Street CHA, Carport $875.00/Monthly $600.00/Security NOnCEOFAP-PUCATION FORTAXDEED 11 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lhat HILLSBOROUG H COUNTY 112 the holder ol the lollowing cert i ficate has filad said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued lhereon. The certificate number and year of l ssuance lhe description of the property and the names In which it was assassad are as follows : Folio No. : 077775.1100 File No. : 2012-401 Certificate No. : 198634-09 Year of lssuance: 2009 DHcrlptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1e LOT 32 BLOCK 10 PL.AT B()()t(IPN3E : 112/105 SEe TWP RGE : 1-931-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANOING TAXES Name(s) In whlch -ased: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in lhe C'.ounty of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such cert i licate shan be redeemad aocording to law lhe property described i n such cert i licate shan be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Eest Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the day ol May. 2012 at 10:00 A,M (NOTieE : Please can ( 813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location ) Datad this aN day ol ADrll. 2012, PATFRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L : CLARK Oeputy Clerk H you are a per.on wlth a dleeblllty who needs any eccommodatlon In order to partlclpate In thls proceedlng, you ere entltled, at no cost to you, to the provlslon of certeln ... lstence. Pleese contect the Clerk' s ADA Coordlnetor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Temps Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenllon 4205, two (2) worldng days prior to the date the eervlce ls nMded; H you are hellrlng or volee lmpalred, cell 711. Nice 4/2 Rent Just Reducedl Newer Block Home Central Heat/ Air Washer/Dryer Hookup Dishwasher Security System Section 8 Ok Call 813-610-7186 www.jlmrents.com Thls Won't Lastl :!! e )t "' :u = N 9 N o ...... 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N ..... o N 4( a: I.L Q a: I.L Q z 4( Q en w ::J 1w > w e w :::1: en :J m ::J a. z tj ...1 ...1 ::J m ...1 w z :::: z w en e a: o ...1 I.L m CIO ..... w CJ NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder ol lhe lollowing certiflca te has filed sald certfficate lor a tax deed l o be issued lhereon The certfficate n umbe r and year ol issuance, lhe description ol lhe property and lhe names I n which 11 was 88-.ed are as lollows : Follo No.: 077775 1102 Fi le No.: 2012-402 Certlflca t e No.: 11111535-011 Year ol lssuance: 2008 Dncrlpllon ol Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 33 BLOCK 1 0 PLAT BOOKIPAGE : 1121105 -see lWP R GE 19-31-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a ) I n whlch 88ae a aed : BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property b eing in the e ounty ol Hillsbo r ough, S t ate ol Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property desc r ibed in such certilicate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthous e 800 Ea s t Twlggs Street Tampa FL 33 602 on the day of M av. 20 1 2 at 10 : 00 A M ( NOT ieE: Please call (8 1 3) 276-81 00 ext 4809 to verily sale location). Datad t h i s 3rd day ol April. 2012 PATFRANK Clertl 01 The Cln:ult Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clertl you are a pereon wllh a dlublllty who neec:ta any accommodatlon In order to partlclpate In thla proceedlng, you are entltled, at no coet to you, lo the provlalon ol certaln aaalatance. Pleaae contact the Clerk' a ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 27fl-81 00 extenalon 4205, two (2) worldng daya prior to the data the aervlce la nMded; lf you are hellring or wlce lmpalred, call 711. Seminole Heights 1924 East Wilder Ave. 4 / 2 -1 200 Sq. Ft Seet ion 8 Okay $ 995 00 / Monthly Availab l e Now D e posit Negotiable Erick (813) 376-8787 East 21st Avenue 3/1-House A/C Fenced Backyard Covered Front And Back Poreh $500 00 / Month l y $350.00 / Deposit Avallable Now (813) 249-8118 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY fl 21he holde r o1 lhe lollowing certilicate has liled said ce rtilica te lor a tax deed to be issued lhereon The certfficate nu mber and yea r o l issuance, lhe descriplion ol lhe property and lhe names I n which 11 was assessed are as lollows: Follo No.: 077775.1104 File No.: 2012-

JJ e ;= NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the following certilicate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be .issued thereon The certilicate number and year of iss uance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1112 File 2012-407 eertificate No.: 198540-09 Year of lssuance: 2009 Descrlptlon of Property : BELMONT PHASE 1e LOT 38 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 1121105 SEe TWP RGE: 19-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch aSMSSed: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in the eounty of Hillsborough State of Flor ida Unless such certif i cate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property described in such certificale shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2!th day of at 10 00 A M, (NOTieE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated th i s am_ day of Aoril 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk you are a person wlth a dlsablllty who needs any accornmodatfon In order to partlclpete In thls proceedlng, you are entftled at no cost to you, to the provlalon of eerteln aaalatanee. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampe Florida (813) 276-8100 extenalon 4205, two (2) worklng daya prior to the data the .arvlca la needed; you ere hNring or volee lmpalred, call 711. Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 1 00% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11717 North 14th Street (14th Street And Fowler) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the tollowing certiticate has liled said certilicate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certilicate number and year ol issuance, the description ol the property and the names i n which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1126 File No.: 2012-408 Certilicate No.: 198547-09 Year ollssuance: 2009 Descriptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 45 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOKIPAGE: 1121105 SEe TWP RGE: 19-31-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch UMSMd: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in the eounty ol Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certilicate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 2!th day of Mav. 2012, at 10:00 A M; (NOTieE: P lease call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale locat i on) Dated this alll. day ol Aprll. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk you are a person wlth a dlsablllty who needs any accommodatlon In order to partfclpat In thls proceedlng you are entltled at no cost to you, to the provlslon of certeln asslstanee Please contact the Clerk 's ADA Coordlnator 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extenslon 4205, two (2) worklng days prior to the date the Mrvlca ls neadad; you are hNrtng or volee lmpalred, call 711. 3502 N. 12th Street 1 Bed room Patio Apartment w/Appliances FencedYard $575.00/Monthly First & Last Month Rent Required (813) 704-7339 North Tampa And Temple Terrace 3 Bedroom From $850.00 WDH O Deposit No Applcation Fee 2 And 3 Bedroom Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 813-915-9787 NOTICEOFAPPUCATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder ol the lollowing has liled said certilicate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certilicate number and year ol issuance, the descript ion ol the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1128 File No.: 2012-409 Certifica te No.: 198548-09 Year oi lssuance : 2009 Descriptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1e LOT 46 BLOCK 10 PLATBOOK/PAGE : 1121105 SEe TWP RGE: 19-31-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch aSMssed : BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in. the eounty ol Hillsborough State ol Florida Unless such certilicate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audltorlum 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E8st Twlggs Street, T8mp8 FL 33602 on the 2!th day of .MIY...2l!12, at 10;00 A.M (NOTieE : P lease call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this alll. day ol Aprll. 2012 PATFRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk you are 8 person wlth 8 d l sablllty who needs 8ny accornmodatlon In arder to partfclpate In thls proceedlng you are entltled at no cost to you, to the provlslon of certeln asslstance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordlnator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenslon 4205 two (2) wrklng deys prior to the date the servtee-ts needed; H you ere hearing or volee lmpalred, call711. Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $625.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit A/C, New Tile/Carpet Call (813) 298-2499 New Port Rlchey Southgate Senior Apartments, 62 + 1 Bedroom/$455.00 Mnimum lncome Required $1,700.00 Adjacent To Southgate Shopping Center (727) 847-1110 EHO NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder ol the lollowing certif1C8te has filad said certllicate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certilicate number and year of issuance the description ol the property and the names in which it was assessed are as lollows: Folio No.: 077775 1130 File No : 2012-410 Certilicate No.: 198549-09 Year ollssuance : 2009 Descriptfon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 47 BLOCK 10 PLATBOOKIPAGE : 1121105 SEe TWP RGE: 19-31-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch UMSMd: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in the County ol H illsborough State of Florida. Unless such certil i cate shall be redeemed according to law, the property desc ribed in such certilicate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audltorium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the day ol May, 2012, at 10;00 A M (NOTieE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale loca tion) Dated this alll. day ol Aprll 2012 PATFRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Dejluty Clerk you are a person wlth a dlsablllty who needs eny accornmodatlon In arder to partlclpate In thls proceedlng, you are entltled, at no cost to you, to the provlslon of certeln asslstance. Please contact the Clerk 's ADA Coordlnator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampe Florida, (813) 276-8100 axtenslon 4205, two (2) worklng days prior to the date the Mrvlca ls neadad; you are hNring or volee lmpalred, call 711. East Tampa Bungalow Furnished -1/1 Clean & Quiet $750.00/Monthly Plus First And Last Month lncludes All Utilities (813) 248-9888 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder ol the lollowing certilicate has filed said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon The certilicate number and year ol issuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as lollows : Folio No.: 077775.1132 File No.: 2012--411 eertilicate No.: 198550-09 Year ollssuance: 2009 Descriptfon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 48 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOKIPAGE: 1121105 SEC TWP RGE: 19-31-20 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whlch aSMSSed: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certilicate shall be redeemed according to la w the property desc ribed in such certilicat e shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd F l oor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twlggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the day ol May 2012 at 10;00 A M (NOTieE : Please call (813) 276-81< ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this alll. day of Aprll, 2012 PATFRANK Clerk Of The Clrcult Court Hlllsborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Deputy Clerk you are a person wlth a dlsablllty who needs any accommodatlon In arder to partlclpate In thls proceedlng, you are et)tltled, at no cost to you, to the provlslon of eerteln asslstance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenslon 4205, two (2) worklng days prior to the date the Mrvlca ls needed; you are hNring or volee Impetrad, call711 Move-ln Special Tampa Helghts New 4-Piex 2 Or 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 477-7734 uThe Voice of Our Comrnunity Speaking for Itsezr 11 N 9 N o ...... N r o JJ en m z ::! z m r aJ e: r r m ::! z ., e: aJ r u; :J: m e m < m JJ -< -1 e: m en e ,.. z e 'TI :!! e


e a: LL. e z e( e en w ::l .... ii: w > w e w :E: en :::J m ::l D.. z ffi .J .J ::l m .J w z :: z w en a: o .J LL. m 1 o N w (!) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thal HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of lhe following certiflcale has filed said for a tax deed lo be issued lhereon The certlficale number and year of issuance lhe descriplion of lhe property, and the names in which il was are as follows : Folio No.: 077775 1138 File No.: 2012-412 Certificale No. : Year of lssuance : 2009 Dncrlptlon of Proparty: BELMONT PHASE te LOT 51 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 112/1 OS SEe TWP RGE : 19-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In whlch aasesead: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property belng In the County of H illsborough, Slale of Florida. Unless such cerlificale shall be redeemed according lo la w lhe property described in such certificale shall be sold lo lhe highesl bidder al the Jury Audltorlum, 2nd Floor, Gaorge E. Edgecornb CourthouM, 800 Eaal lWigga Straat, Tampe FL 33802 on lhe day of Mly 2012, at 10;00 A M, (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 lo verify sale localion) Oaled this 3.al day of Aprll, 2012, PATFRANK Clark Of Tha Clrcult Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L CLABK Oaputy Clark lf you ara a peraon wlth a diNblllty who needa any accommoclatlon In order to 11 pet11clpl In thla proc:eedlng, you are entltlecl, al no coat to you, lo !he provlalon of cartaln aaalatance. PleaM contact the Clerk' a ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampe Florida, (813) 27&-8100 axtenalon 4205, two (2) worklng ct.ya prior to the data the aarvlca la needad; H you are t..rtng or volea lmpalrad, call 711. Tampa Helghts 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Spac i ous Duplex $750.00/Monthly Newly Renovated Seetion 8 OK Utilities lneluded can (813) 4n-n34 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thal HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of lhe following certificale has filed said cerlificale for a tax deed lo be issu ed lhereon The certifocale number and year of issuance the descriplion of lhe property and the names in whlch il was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 077775.1134 File No.: 2012 413 Certificale No.: 198551-oll Year of lssuance : 2009 Daacrtptlon of Property: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 49 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 112/1 05 SECTWP RGE : 19-31 SUBJECTTO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In whlch aaMSMd: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being i n lhe County of H i llsborough Slale of Florida Unless such cerlificale shall be redeemed according lo law the property described in such certifocale shall be sold lo lhe highesl bidder al the Jury Audltortum, 2nd Floor, Gaorga E. Edgacomb CourthouM, 800 Eaat TWigga Straet, Tampa FL 33602 on the day of May, 2012, al 10;00 A,M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 10 verify sale location) Daled this 3m day of Apdl. 2012. PATFRANK Clark OfTha Clrcult Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK 0aputy Clark H you are a pareon wlth a diNblllty who nMda any accornmoclatlon In ordar to partlclpata In thiB procaadlng, you are entltled, al no coat to you, to the provlalon of certaln aaalatanca. Plaua contact the Clark'a ADA Coordlnator, 601 E Kennady Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 27&-8100 extenalon 4205, two (2) worklng daya prior lo the date the aarvlca la needad; H you are t..rtng or volea lmpalred, call 711. Sectlon 8 Only 6217 North 47th Street Apartment #B 2 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA WDH Free Water And Trash (813) 626-Q331 Move In Special Cozy -2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central A/C $650.00/Monthly $1 00.00/Depos it Sect ion 8 Welcome Call (813) 300-0243 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 the holder of the following certif i cale has filed said certificale for a lax deed lo be issued lhereon The certifica le number and year of i ssuance, lhe descripllon of lhe property and lhe names in which il was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1138 File No.: 2012-414 eertifiCale No : 198552-o!l Year of lssuance : 2009 Daacrtptlon of Proparty: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 50 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOKIPAGE : 112/105 SEe TWP RGE : 19-31 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In whlch aaMSMd: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being i n lhe County of Hillsborough Stale of Florida Unless such certificale shall be redeemed according lo law the property described in such certificale shall be sold lo lhe highesl b idder al lhe Jury Audltpdum, 2nd Floor, Gaorga E. Edgacomb CourthOUM, 800 e .. t TWiggB Straat, Tampa FL 33802 on the 24th ct.y of May, 2012, al 10;00 A M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 lo ve ri ty sale location) Daled this 3m day of Aprll. 2012. PATFRANK Clark Of Tha C1rcu1t Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Oeputy Clerk H you are a pareon wlth a dlaablllty who naada any accornmodatlon In ordar to partlclpata In thla procaedlng, you are entltlad, al no coat to you, to the provlalon ot cartaln aaalatance. Plaua contact the Clerk'a ADA Coordlnator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extenalon 4205, two (2) worklng daya prior to the date the aarvlca la needad; H you t..rtng or volea lmpalred, call 711. DUPLEXES Sulphur Sprlngs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Quiet Area $500.00/Monthly $300 00 Deposit Water Sewage lneluded Call (813) 503-5321 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, Duplex CHA W /D Hook-up $750.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Wlllle (813) 699-2498 (813) 69Q-6664 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lhal HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 lhe holder ol lhe lollowing certificale has filed said certificale for a lax deed lo be issued lhereon The certifocale number and year of i ssuance the description of lhe property and lhe names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1160 F ile No.: 2012-415 Cerlificale No.: 198584-09 Year of lssuance: 2009 Daacrtptlon of Proparty: BELMONT PHASE 1e LOT 62 BLOCK 10 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 112/105 SEC TWP RGE : 19-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In whlch uMSMd: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property being in lhe eounty of Hillsborough Stale of Florida Unless such cerli ficale sh all be redeemed according lo law, lhe property descrlbed in such certifiC81e shall be sold lo lhe highesl bidder al lhe Jury Audltortum, 2nd Floor, Gaorge E Edgacomb CourthouM, 800 E .. t TWigga Straat, Tampa FL 33602 on lhe day of Mav, 2012, al 10;00 A,M, (NOTICE : Please can (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 lo vemy sale location) Daled this 3m day of AQdl, 2012, PATFRANK Clerk Of Tha Cln:ult Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Oaputy Clerk H you are a pareon wlth a dlaablllty who nMda any accornmoclatlon In ordar to partlclpata In thiB procaedlng, you are entltlecl, al no coat to you, to !he provlalon ot cartaln ... latance. ,...... contact the Clerk'a ADA Coordlnator, 601 E Kennady Blvd., Florlclll, (813) 27&-81 00 extenalon 4205 two (2) worklng daya prior to the data the aervlca la needad; H you are t..rtng or volea lmpalred, call 711. Sulphur Sprlngs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath, Duplex $500 00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit lncludes Water, Sewage And Garbage Call (813) 503-5321 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, lhal HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 112 lhe holder of lhe following certificale has filed said certificale for a tax deed lo be i ssued lhereon The certifocale number and year of issuance lhe descr iption of the property and lhe names in which il was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077775.1162 File No.: 2012-416 Certlficale No.: 198565-09 Year of lssuance : 2009 Daacrtptlon of Proparty: BELMONT PHASE 1 e LOT 63 BLOCK 1 O PLAT BOOKIPAGE : 112/105 SEeTWP RGE : 19-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In whlch aaMSMd: BELMONT REAL ESTATE LLC Said property belng in lhe County of Hillsborough Stale of Fl orida. Unless such cerliflcale shall be redeemed according lo law the property described in such shall be sold lo th e highesl bidder al lhe Jury Audltortum, 2nd Floor, Gaorge E Edgacomb CourthouM, 800 Eaat TWigga Straet, Tampa FL 33602 on lhe day of May, 2012, al 10;00 A,M, (NOTieE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 lo vemy sale location) Dated this 3m day of Apr!L 2012. PATFRANK Clark Of Tha Clrcult Court Hlllaborough County, Florida TERESA L. CLARK Oaputy Clerk H you -a pareon wlth a dlaablllty who naada any accornmodatlon In ordar to partlclpata In thiB procaadlng, you are entltlad, al no coat to you, to !he provlalon of oarta1n eaalatance. Plaua contact !he Clark'a ADA Coordlnator, 601 E. Kennady Blvd., Tampe Florida, (813) 27&-81 00 axtenalon 4205, two (2) worklng ct.ya prtor to the date the aarvlca lB needad; H you ere '-lng or volea lmpelred, call 711. Ion 8 Only O Deposlt $100.00 Move-ln Special 3 Bedroom CHA WDH Large Backyard N ic e Area Call (813) 789-3879 "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for ltself" 1 SentlneiBulletin AMl:.RJCA S f()R F .. MOST Sf..Ml WFHQ Y (813) 248-1921 11


:e e 11 ROOMS FOR RENT 11 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OEPARTMENT OF PROCUREMENT SERVICES REQUESTS FOR BIOS ANO/OR PROPOSALS Hillsborough County will receive sealed bids andlor proposals for the following, until the stated date and time when they will be publicly opened. MAY 16,2012-2:00 P.M. ITB-P-o186-0-2012/JLH PNEUMATIC PUMPS **** lnformation on these and other Requests for Bids along with Bid/Proposal results may be accessed at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/procurementservices. This i s a Hillsborough County Governmental Purchasing Council Bid. Minor ity and women owned firms w ill be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color or national origin. Questions regarding the above projects may be directed to Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners, Department of Procurement Services, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center Tampa Florida, 33602, (813) 272-5790, during regular business hours. NOTICE OF INTENT TO SOLE SOURCE FILE NUMBER: SS-P-0194-Q-2012/CK PURCHASE OF EZ-10 INFUSION SYSTEM ANO ACCESSORIES For the Fire Rescue Oepartment Hillsborough County i ntends to recommend the award of a sole source pur chase agreement for the purchase of EZ-10 lntraosseous lnfusion Sys tem to Vidacare in the amount of $672 ,421.20. This will be a four (4)year contract. Hillsborough County Fire Rescue ( HCFR ) has standardized on the EZ-10 lntraosseous lnfusion system manufacturad by Vidacare The infusion needles and miscellaneous accessories are used by HCFR at the scene of various types of medical emergencias The EZ-10 system prov i des for easy rapid, and safe vascular acces!) in less than ten seconds toa patien t's central c irculat ory system for the infusion of med icati ons and fluids. V i dacare s system is a patentad technology wh ich incorporates the use of a power driver and infus ion needles i n d i fferent s i zes for ped i atric adult and large adult patients V i dacare is the exclusive prov i der of the EZ-10 lnfusion System and Accessor i es i n the United States. Contractors who bel ie ve they can meet or exceed the above stated requirement must provide convincing technical data suff i cient to support their position The H illsb orough County Business & Support Services Departrnent (Procurement) must receive replies to this notice not later than close of business on April 27 2012 After this date an award will be made. Responses to this not ice w iil be used to determine whether bona fide competition exists Send wr i tten responses the Hillsborough County Business & Support Services Department (Procurement), 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., County Center, 18th Floor Tampa, Florida 33601 Attention, Christopher C. Kersey, CPPB or FAX to (813) 272-6290 For further informat ion call (813) 272 5790. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE APPLICANTS FOR APPRAISER ANO ATTORNEY SPECIAL MAGISTRAlES Opportunities now exist for appraisers and attorneys to serve as SPECIAL MAGISTRATES for the 2012 VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARD. An Appraiser Special Magistrate appointed to hear issues regarding the valuation of real estate must be a state certified or l i censed Florida Real Estate Appraiser pursuant to Chapter 475, Florida Statutes and have not less than five years experience i n real property valuat ion. An Appra i ser Spec i a l Magistra t e appointed t o hear i ssues regarding the valuat ion of tangible personal property must be a designated member of a nationally recognized app r a i sers organization and have not less than five years exper i ence in tangible personal property valuat ion. An Attorney Special Magistrate must be a member of The Flor i da Bar with no less than five years experience in the area of ad valorem taxation. Pr i or to conducting hearings, Magistrates must complete Department of Revenue training Magistrates will conduct hearings and write findings and conclusions of law. Qualified i ndividuals wishing to serve must file an application on or before Thursday, May 31, 2012 Applications and addit i onal criteria are available at the County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 12th Floor, Tampa, FL, 33602, phone (813) 276-8100, ext. 4354. 1 1 EMPLOYMENT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities PLANS EXAMINER 11 (ELECTRICAL) LIMITED DURATION) $46 238 SENIOR CONSTRUCT ION MANAGEMENTINSPECTOR (NONSTANDARD HOURS ) $46 945 SENIOR PERSONNE L ANALYST (INVESTIGATIONS & DISCIPLINE) SENIOR PROGRAM COORDINATOR (EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT) SENIOR SECRETARY $40 768 $40 768 $27,414 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST 1 (DESKTOP) $40 768 See our web site at http : //www hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Bou l evard 17th F loor, Tampa FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to elig i ble vets & eligible spouses of vets. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AAIEEO Employer Experienced Daycare Worker Wanted Please Call (813) 910-4163 Or Apply At Kidz Cove Learning Center 11 lnc. 813 East 1 09th Avenue Cutting lt Low Experienced Licensed Barbers Wanted For Salon With 8table Clientela 60/Parsons Brandon Area Call (813) 217-2462 The Kenny Rushing School Of Real Estate lnvesting ls Hiring Real Estate Telemarketing Sales Must Have Great Salesmanship Skills In House Lead Base H i gh Pay-Outs lmmediate Advancement Pai d Train ing $24k$50k 8tart lmmediately Call Basia McMurray At 813-675-7040 Extension 26 11 Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1 000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494-3343 1 Week FREE Rooms For Rent In Quiet Build i ng At 2913 North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or Call Henry (813) 727-0151 5619 East Chelsea Rooms For Rent $1 oo.oo!Weekly $75 00/Deposit Central Heat And Air Carpet, Free Cable Call (813) 361-6227 "LOOK" Special 881, Fixed lncome Big Rooms For Rent WowOnly !!!! $375.00/Monthly lncludes Cable TV No Deposit (813) 325-6499 Gann & Gann Rentals 806 Floribraska Avenue Rooms For Rent $305 00 / Monthly Plus Depos it Backg r ound Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 949-8997 Seffner Room For Rent No Drugs CHA Share Kitchen And Bath $130.00/Weekly Mr Austin (813) 362-7618 Miss Sarah (813) 270-4047 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furn i shed, CHA W/D Cable All Utilities Pai d Next To Bus Lines Qui et Neighborhood $120.00/Weekly Pr i vat exj:nt ranc e (813) 478-1286 r N p N o .... 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C\1 ,.. o C\1 o i 1.!;;;;;;;11 11 ADULT CARE 11 e( >;' a: u.. e a: u.. e z e( e en w ::) t-it w > w e w J: en ::J CD ::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::) CD ..J w z i= z w en ( a: o ..J u.. CD 1 C\1 C\1 w 111: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Advertisement Dulcey's Loving Care Private Adult Home 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN ANO FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Solicitation No. FY2012-IFB-01 CASE NO.: 09-CA-002045 DIVISION C AURORA LOAN SERVICES, LLC. Plaintiff, vs. KATHLEEN A. SAUCEDO, et al. Defendant( s ). NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to an Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated April 4. 2012, and entered in Case No. 09-CA-002045 DIV. C of the Circuit Court of the 13th Jud i cia l Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida, wherein Aurora Loan Services, LLC. is the Plaintiff, And Kathleen A. Sauceda; Manuel A. Sauceda; Jade At Tampa Palms Condominium Association, lnc.; John Doe And Jane Doe As Unknown Tenants In Possession, are the Defendants, the Clerk of Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202, in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time on May 8. 2012, the following described property set forth in said Order or Final Judgment to wit: BUILDING 8, UNIT 830, JADE AT TAMPA PALMS, A CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM THEREOF, RECORDED ON OCTOBER 19, 2006, IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 17086, PAGE 0238, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA ANO ALL AMENDMENTS ANO SUPPLEMENTS THERETO ALONG WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT THERETO. IF YOU ARE A PERSON CLAIMING A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING AFTER THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH THE CLERK OF COURT NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IF YOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITLED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. AFTER 60 DAYS, ONLY THE OWNER OF RECORD AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MAY CLAIM THE SURPLUS lf you are a person with a disability who requires accommodations in order to participate in a court proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, the provision of certain assistance. lndividuals with a disability who require special accommodations in order to participate in a court proceeding should contact the ADA Coordinator, Administrative Offices of the Courts, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602, Phone: (813) 272-7040; Hearing lmpaired: (800) 955-8771 ; Voice lmpaired (800) 955-8770 or email ADA@fljud13.org at least seven (7) days your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearances is less than 7 days. Dated this 13th day of April. 2012. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ FRANCISCO R. HERNANDEZ DEPUTY CLERK Cedar Pointe Apartments Property Redevelopment The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa is inviting qualified General Contractors to submit sealed bids for Cedar Pointe Apartments Property Redevelopment. Bid documents will be available for pick up after 2 : 00 PM on Thursday April 12, 2012 Only qualified Contractors/Bidders with multi-family residential development experience shall purchase copies of the bidding documents for $150 00 by contacting Tampa Blue Print at 1319 North Florida Avenue, Tampa Flor i da 33602 or call813 223 -7861. Copies of the bidding documents will be on file and available for inspection beginning Thursday April 12, 2012 at Tampa Blue Print Plan Room. I n order to bid, the complete set of documents MUST be purchased. There will be a pre-bid conference on Thursday April 19, 2012 at 2:00 PM. (prevailing Tampa, Florida time), at the THA Board Room on the first floor of THA Main Office located at 1529 West Main Street, Tampa, Florida 33607. Quest i ons regarding this solicitation may be d ir ected to the Authority s Contracting Off ic e at 813 253 ext 390. The deadline for submitting sealed bids is Thursday M ay 1 O, 2012, at 2:00 PM., local time. 11 THE HOUSING AUTJiORITY OF THE CITY OF TAMPA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY,APRIL20,2012 e Ridinu For Education At iddleton High School Several motorcyclist joined Owen Yoting, principal at Middleton High School to Ride For Education. In addition to riding their bikes in the neighborhood, there were several activities on the school grounds. (!'hotos byBRUNSON) Mattilon DeBose and Jacqueline Mitchell checked out the activities at the school. Middleton staffers Rosemary Buchanan and Elmer Rhone were there to support the event. Judy Poole and Latoya Brown attended the event. These event supporters are: Kevin White, Joshun Nichols, Kayetrenia Nichols and Jill Graham. Lekiva Judge of Cruise Control Urban Bikers Outfitters relaxes on her wheels. Middleton principal Owen Young with his little ones, Ari and Owen. Patrick (PC) Davis, Daphaune McCray, Tiare Williams and Dr. D.avid Williams (Blake High School) were there to support the event. Frederick Dorsey, Fern Dorsey, Sharon Carter, Jasimine Moore and Cara Walters were at Middleton for the Ride For Education. Representing Tau Pi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are: Nichole Churchwell, Tamischca Mitchell, Ginette Hoze, Nichcola Churchwell, Regine Bass and Betty Wimbley. Brown's Catering was represented by Reggie, Dorothy, Bobby Brown, Jr., Eric, Big Jeff, Rosalind and Bobby.


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Scenes From lslamic Heritage Festival Thanks to Dr. Husain Nagamia, Hakim Aquil, Jarvis El-Amin, and other or ganizers this year's fifth annual Islamic Festival at Riverfront Park was a huge success. More than 1,000 people carne to the park Sunday and enjoyed free food, free clothing free shoes free activities for the chil dren, and free bicycle giveaways. In this photo are the bicycles that were given away to the lucky ticket holders at the festival. Ti red of dri ving high gas pr ices, and the stress of congestion? Let HART get you to your destination. HART i s a clear clean and inexpensive alternative to the automobile. HART has more than 20 Park-nRide lots and The concept is easy. Park your car in the l ots and take a HART bus. E ven if you d on t have a car these centers service many of our rou tes. HART i s har d at yvork servng o r community with i mprovements induding, our Yukon Park-n-R i de transfer center located between North Central Avenue and North Seminole Avenue In the HART Yukon Parkn-Ride transfer center HART is doubling the number of bus bays, adding public rest room facilities, and i mproving traffic circulation for better school bus dro.p off. For more information on fares routes and how HART can make your l i fe easier visit our web-site www.goHART.org, or call the HART information l ine: (813) 254-HART .(4278). Ride HART. Be Smart.


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