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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area {, SEE PAGE 16 VOL. 67 NO. 73 TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2012 24 PAGES 75 Salon owner onerinu Moms 'An Eleuan. t Evening' SEE PAGE 3 Refusal 01 Police Check leads To Closure 01 Club SEE PAGE 3 Mom Needs Help To Find Mentallv Challenged Son SEE PAGE 2 DIVISION CHIEF RONNIE SHIPP ClOSES CHAPTER ON 31-YEAR CAREER WITH FIRE RESCUE Family and friends joined Ronnie Shipp at a local restaurant on April 20, 2012 to celebrate his retirement. Shipp retired as Division Chief from Tampa Fire Rescue after nearly 31 years of service. Joining him for the retirement luncheon were members of E!i his family. Seated from left to right, Dorothy Shipp, Division Chief Ron Shipp, his wife, Lena Shipp; Janet Quattlebaum, Ricky Shipp ; and Chris Shipp. Standing, Robert Shipp, Rodger Shipp, John Shipp, Tiara McGee, Tommy Harris, Stephanie Harris, and Katurah Shipp. (Photography by BRUNSON)


Mother Makes Plea :E For Help In Locating Mentallv Challenged Son c E: I.L c z c( c U) w ::::;) t-it w > w c w ::1: U) :J m ::::;) Q. Z tu .... .... ::::;) m .... w z i= z w U) g a: 0 .... I.L When Patrick Williams was 4-years-old, his mother, Juanita Grey, said he suf fere d a head injury after falling three stories from an apartment in West Tampa. Since that time, Ms. Grey said she's tried to get help for her ailing son, but hasn't been successful. Williams, now 38 has been missing since April 25th, and Ms. Grey said she fear s something may have hap pened to him, or she fears law enforcement officers may harm him. "I've been trying for years to get him help, but I think they only see him as a crimi nal, and not a young man with serious mental issues. "I think he gets overlooked because of his criminal backWllh 8pecW Guellt 8p.._r Dr. Robert Franklin ,..,., ol Monlltowe College Aallrrtll. GA or lnbnlldtol., .,a-Wilt PATRICK WILLIAMS mother says he has serious mental health is.:. sues. ground. He's been on med ication, but it makes him worse because it's too strong. I've also been denied the right to be his caretaker." Ms. Grey said on April 25th, her son went for a walk and she hasn't seen him since. She also said she's alerted police, and filed a missing person's report. "I don't expect the police to actually look for him, un less he breaks the law again. I just want them to listen to me when I try to tell them that he doesn t know what' he's doing and he needs help." Ms. Grey said Patrick doesn't communicate well with others, so you may not realize he has a mental prob lem "The only time anyone pays attention to him is when he acts out, or does something unlawful. "He has a mental health history and has been in sev eral mental health institu tions, but all they do is let him out on medication. They don't really help him and the system is keeping me from helping him." Ms. Grey said she hopes her son is found before something tragic happens. If anyone has seen Patrick Williams, please contact the Tampa Police Department at (813) 2316130. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0.724, or emailed at lcrews@flsen tinel.com. Man Convicted 01 East Tampa Murder Gets lite Sentence REGINALD JENKINS Sentenced to life A Hillsborough Circuit judge sentenced a 19-year old Tampa man to life in prison. He was convicted of the murder of a teenager two years ago that took place during an armed robbery. Judge Emmett Battles sentenced Reginald Tyrone Jenkins on Friday. Police arrested Jenkins on September 9, 2010 for the murder of his once friend Byron Patty. He was charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-de gree murder, being a felon in possession of a firearm, and robbery with a firearm. A jury found Jenkins guilty of the charges. Jenkins was 17 at the time of the shooting. According to police, the shooting took place in the Belmont Heights Estates on BYRONPATIY Killed August 12, 2010 August 12, 2010. Several young men were on a back porch involved in a dice game when a masked man approached, demanded money, and allegedly began shooting. Police said a bullet struck Alonzo Jones, passed through his body, and struck Patty in the head, killing him. Jones recovered from his injuries. In 1994, the dead teenager s father was killed during a robbery. Byron Patty, Sr., 21, was playing cards at the time of his mur der. Judge Battles also sen tenced to 40 years on the atte pted murder charge and 5 years for at tempted rofbery with a firearm. The sentences will run concurre tly. Man Arrested For Murder After Robberv Turned Deadlv JARRET MICHAEL EITSON August 4, 1990 -March 21, 2012 Police arrested a twenty year-old man and charged him with a murder that took place near a nightclub. According to police, early on the morning of March 31t, Jarret Michael Eitson, 21, and two friends left a nightclub and were walking to their vehicle near Harney Road and N. 561h Street. Two unidentified men approached them and attempted to rob them. However, at some point during the confrontation, Eitson was shot several times. He died at the scene. The two men fled in a black or dark blue 1990s or early 2000 sedan with dark tinted windows. Police said the other rob bery victims were not in-JAMARIO MARQUISE NOBLES Charged with first-degree murder Based on information gathered during the inves tigation, Hillsborough County detectives interviewed Jamario M. Nobles, of Tampa. He was arrested around 4 p.m., Friday, and charged with first-degree murder, armed robbery with a firearm, and attempted armed robbery with a firearm. He is being held without bond at the Hillsborough County Jail. No other arrest has taken place. However, the investi gation is continuing. Eitson was a native of San Antonio, Texas. He was the son of Shannon Eitson, of Baytown, Texas, and the late Ms. Donnis Eitson. He moved to Tampa about two years ago


features c! Refusal 01 Bar Salon Owner Oftering Check Bv Police Mothers 'An Elegant Evening' Leads To Temporarv .: Closure 01 Club For the past few months, Iris Collins has devoted a great deal of her time to preparing for what she calls an elegant evening for mothers." BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular Ybor City club was closed for two days after police were denied entry. Three people were also ar rested. Early last Tuesday morn ing, Tampa Police officers re sponded to Club Manilla, 2620 E. ih Avenue, to con duct a bar check. However, they were denied entry into the club. According to the police re port, Upon approaching the front door, which was propped open with several patrons in line waiting to go in, we attempted to enter the establishment. The defen dant, later identified as Robert Walker, (Manager, Security), along with Jorge Gonzalez, (Manager), saw us and immediately pushed several patrons away and un propped the door and at tempted to shut it. The officer wrote that he grabbed the door and "With Walker pulling from the in side and Gonzalez pushing from the outside, they slammed the door shut and Walker locked it from the inside." The officer wrote that they gained entry into the club after a female patron opened a side door and another offi cer entered. Walker was arrested and charged with obstructing the police and refusing to allow inspection of a licensed estab lishment. He was given a mis demeanor notice to appear in court. Police also arrested Fred Schwartz and Gonzalez, and charged them with refusal to allow inspection of a licensed # SealtltleiBulletin "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself'' (813) 248-1921 establishment. The y were also "determined to be the in stigators and of locking the police out." The officers also wrote in their report that Schwartz told them he was acting on the advice of his attorney. He had reportedly been in structed not to allow the po lice inside without a warrant. The police report further stated that the Fire Marshal's Office responded to the busi ness and "discovered some things that needed to be taken care of before they re opened." Police said during the in spection, they looked at the business and "it was still very dirty and not cleaned up from business from the past night." Police said they also saw evidence of"trace amounts of marijuana on the floor and counters of the business." Captain Lonnie Ben niefi.eld, spokesman for the Tampa Fire Department said, "We became involved after they refused to allow police to enter. That is a violation of the assembly permit. "It was temporarily re voked because they bad to get some things corrected, and was subsequently given back to them." Owner of The Edge Beauty Salon, Collins has put together 'A Mother s Day Fashion Show Extrava ganza,' which will feature food, music fashion and hair styles. The show is being dedi cated to her mother, Ms. Barbara Kelly, a member of_ College Hill Church of God in Christ. "My mother's birthday is around Mother's Day and she lost her mother on Mother's Day. That's why I try to do something to honor her,'' she said. The theme of the Mother's Day event is "When I was a child I walked as a child, but now that I am a woman, I walk in style." The master of cere monies will be Steve Mar shall. The youngest of 7 chil dren, Collins is excited that her brother and sister-in law will be a part of this event : Her brother, Ernest Collins, Jr. is a gospel recording artist. He and the Collins Family will be on the program. Her sister-in-law, Jada Collins, f<:Jrmer Ebony PUBLIC MEETING Laud Acquiitioo for Future Expamion of C. Blydle Andrews, Jr. Public Library Hillsborough County will hold a public meeting to discuss its proposed purchase of three lots next to the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library, which is at the southeast comer of E Dr. Martin Lutha King Jr. BoUlevard and 26th Street in Tampa. The land would be used to allow for future expansion of the library. County staff will attend this meeting to receive public input, discuss the details of the project, and answer any questions residents may have. All meeting &cilities are ADA compliant FOI" additiooa1 assiunc::e, 01" fOI" mOI"e informati.oo, call Steve Valdez at 813-307-8386; ITY: 813-301-7173. Para Uamar a/813-272-5275. IRIS COLLINS Fashion Fair commentator, will be the commentator for this event. Several of the for mer Fashion Fair models will also join local models for the fashion show. Ms. Collins is excited about the tribute to Trayvon Martin by local talent, Tampa Bay's Cho sen Models, who will model their stylish hoodie outfits. During dinner, the JADA COLLINS ... Fashion Show Commentator guests will be entertained by stylists who will be showcas ing various hairstyles. 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Opinione .,..,_on--af lhla-by ColurYirw. 0< Go.-Wttlers donat-'Y ____ ......,.afTheFiortdol .......... -0< .. Thank You, Judge Ungaro For a while, we were beginning to think all branches of state government executive, legislative, and judicial -had either lost touch with reality, or had fallen asleep. Then came U. S. District Judge Ursula Ungaro, who had the nerve to tackle Governor Rick Scott's most private python, referring to his pet idea to test every state em ployee's pee for amphetamines and such. The judge's actions reflect what we have all been think ing, El-Rickeo, as per the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution, "You must be insane!" We didn't think anybody with reigns of power had it in him (or her) anymore. In case you missed the bus, the Right-Rick vowed to lib erate taxpayers' money in the State of Florida by having all Ss,ooo state employees pee in a cup thereby revealing a well-kept secret: Tallahassee does not allow drugs on its premises, no way, no how. But there was only one problem. Drug abuse, as far as we know, up in Tallahassee or anywhere else in the state of Florida had not reached epidemic proportions. The FBI had not been alerted. Neither State, nor national security was in jeopardy. So, people began to wonder, "WHERE'S THE FIRE?" "CAN'T YOU SEE?" replied Governor Scott's always-onhand-posse of legal beagles. "NO, WE CAN'T SEE," answered the Fourth Amendment, which demands there be a reason before hollering treason. And, Judge Ungaro was the courier of that good news. Thank you, Judge Ursula. You, your courage, and your common sense are a breath of fresh air. .... .... m .... COUIIV Sllould Follow Tile Citv's lead We are convinced the City ofTampa has raised the bar in a: addressing Tampa's unemployment by requiring outside 0 contractors and vendors to give preference to Hillsborough County residents when hiring employees. Now, if the County would only reward these same contractors and vendors for partnering or subcontracting with local businesses in the area, Tampa's economic horizon would no doubt, begin to brighten. While the County previously shied away from a suggestion by Commissioner Les Miller to give local businesses preference for securing county businesses, nothing has been said or done about giving out-of-area businesses extra points for partnering with or subcontracting with local businesses and vendors. In honesty, veterans have historically received prefer ence when applying for jobs by being given anywhere from 5 to 10 points for their military background, etc. Extending such a principle to include contractors and businesses using local workers would not create any undue hardship, nor cause accusations of discrimination for local businesses when competing for City and County contracts. That's the way we see it. There is nothing wrong with the concept of taking-care o:t of-home when home is worthy. Miami does it. There is no w better time than now for Tampa and Hillsborough County CJ to cast down their buckets where they are, and hoist up a well-spring oflocal professionals. Speak, Pinellas CIUIIV The Pinellas County School Board has had some problems with the school district superin tendents lately. The Board has had trou ble finding and keeping a head honcho. The Board is currently in the process of trying to hire a superinten dent The Board is taking all steps to do it right. One very important thing the Board is doing is to take input from the citizens of Pinellas County. I think this is a very important step in hiring a superintendent that will be around for at least a decade. It is also an important thing to have parents, edu cational leaders and the business community to come out and have their say. It is better to provide input before a superintendent is hired than to provide input after the person is hired. In today's world, it is more important than ever before that schools, parents, the educational community and the business commu nity to all work together for the good of public educa tion. It surely takes the whole village working to gether to raise and educate the child. I certainly hope that citi zens of color attend these hearings to hear what is being said and offer input on the new system and the educational needs of their children. What should Blacks say to the School Board? They should tell the Board what kind of superintendent the system needs. Blacks And Tile Republican Partv: Tile Rush To Jolnl1154-19111 How many of you know that the Republican Party was founded in 1854 as a third party, mainly to end slavery? Surprise, surprise, surprise! At that time, the party was made up of abolitionist members of the Democratic Party, the Whigs, and Free-Soilers. The ex-Democrat mem bers opposed the expansion of slavery into Western terri tories; the ex-Whig members opposed the policies of Pres ident Andrew Jackson, and the Free-Soilers argued that "fr ee men on free soil made up a morally and economi cally superior system as op posed to a system of slavery". Republicans at that time viewed the expansion of slavery as a "great ill," espe cially when the Kansas-Mis souri Act repealed the earlier enacted Missouri Compro mise that made slavery ille gal in Kansas. Soon, the Republican Party dominated the majority of Northern states and promoted equality for Blacks until1874 The first Republican presidential nominee, James C. Fremont, made an excellent showing in the 1856 presi dential election, and is said to have paved the way for Abraham Lincoln's miracu lous election in 1860. Interestingly enough, Lin coln believed that white men were superior to Blacks and opposed outright abolition of slavery according to several sources. In fact, Lincoln made a speech indicating that he was reluctant to end slavery if there was any other way possible to compromise with the South. However, Lincoln did, in deed, support an end to the Westward expansion of slav ery, a position that earned him the support of Black leaders such as Frederick Douglass. When the Civil War ended, "Radical Republi cans," as they were called, oversaw the Reconstruction of the South and included Blacks in the electoral process. By then, the Democ rats had become a Southern They should tell the Board that they want a su perintendent who will not profile Black teachers and Black students. This will prevent the one-size, fits-all attitudes that hinder ad vancement for :Slacks. They should tell the Board that they want a person who knows Black culture and can deal with it. Many factors must be in play in order to have a good and successful school sys tem. It all begins with a good, dedicated school su perintendent. A superintendent that is smart, a visionary, caring, a good leader of people and can work with all kind of people. The superintendent should be open to new ideas and not subscribe to the phi losophy that he or she alone has all of the answers. The education of children is too important not to have a good school system led by a good superintendent. The School Board is responsible for that, but it does not hurt to have the input and ideas from parents, students and the community at large. white supremacist party, and Blacks rushed to join the Re publican Party. Consequently nearly 100 percent of all Black voters became Republicans. Not only had Blacks won the right to vote, they had won elective offices on local, state and even national levels. In 1870, Mississippi elected America's first Black Senator. Between 1870 and 1901, there were 22 Blacks serving in Congress, two of whom were senators and "most if not all, where Re publicans." (Today, approximately 42 African Americans are U.S. Congress members, and practically all of them are Democrats). Across the na tion, more than soo South ern Black Republicans held elected offices in Congress, state legislatures, and other governing bodies during Re construction. One source indicated that 200 Black R epublicans were electe d to local state and na tional during Reconstruction in South Carolina alone. Among Congressional leaders, Republicans led the nation in support of "ra tify ing the 13th 14th and 15th Amendments, which ended slavery and gave Blacks full citizenship and. the fran chise. However, in 1876 Repub licans began to abandon Blacks whose cause they had previously championed and committed an unforgivable betrayal. Find out what hap pened next week. Harambee.


Taurus (April 20-May 20) -This is a good day to get a lot done around home. Things don't go well with business, for a lot is unsettled and money can be delayed. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-It would be OK for you to delegate some work to the other people in your life. Let others take care of you for a change. Gains in the condition of your health can be stabilized under today's vibrations. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Beware of wishful thinking that can lead to extravagance in shopping and spending-companionship may be a protection Good-natured dissent is found at home this evening. Leo (July 23-August 22) -You are standing off a little to one side waiting to see which way the chips fall. That's the wise thing to be doing, anyway. Watch a master negotiator wheel and deal, and you will learn how it's done Actually, he or she has a hidden advantage. Virgo (August 23-September 22)Your married life is re newed because you're open and demonstrate your affections today. If you travel at all, make sure the vehicle is in good shape. Many changes may take place in the home today-you may be moving furniture around or receiving new furniture. Libra (September 23-0ctober 22)You have many alterna tives to choose from today The aspects are excellent for love, dining out, going to the theater-actually, any kind of entertainment you want. Marital harmony is particularly rewarding later in the evening, and your health is good. Scorpio (October 23 -November 21) -Joint endeavors look promising for you in the days ahead provided you pick the right type of partners. Don t grind for more than you deserve but it might prove to your advantage to be a bit stubborn regarding business matters today. If you think you merit something, stick to your guns. Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)-Do not form analliance with persons who have nothing to offer. There is a lot of love coming your way if you are in the right place for it. Capricorn (December 22-January 19) Home, family, and both local and distant travel are all well aspected today. You feel in the best of health Delays may arise in matters connected with friend ships, money, and your career hopes. Aquarius (January 20-February 18)-Furthering a self-interest might be considerably important to you today. Much to your credit, however you1l do so without having others believe you're selfish. Pisces (February 19-March 20) -Associates whose cooperation you now need might not be as to move on a project as you are. Your spirits soar today and you can achieve the difficult things that you ve been putting off. Aries (March 21-April19)-It looks like you're under a bit of stress this morning. A situation others might find simple has you tossed into a frenzy It could be leftover tension from yesterday that's causing the problem. You're not in an excellent cycle for your health as well as for traveling and shopping. BOLD AND THE BEAUfiFULBrooke opens up to Stephanie about Hope's problems; an anxious Hope pops a pill; Liam takes Hope skiing to get her mind off of her worries; Dr. Barton fills Brooke in on the possible side effects of Hope's prescription. Rick and Brooke begin to worry about Hope and the paparazzi; an innocent bystander be comes an unintended target of Hope's addiction and erratic behavior; an unfortunate incident pushes Liam and Steffy closer together. Hope confesses to Liam that she is still taking pills even after she vowed to stop; Stephanie feels caught in the middle when Brooke and Taylor bicker over their daughters and Liam ; Steffy makes a drastic decision about her future with him. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Marlena is held at knifepoint; John, Marlena, Bo and Hope are moved to a safe house; Sami and Lucas share another kiss ; Madison asks Justin to handle her divorce; Kate and Madison decide to put their differences aside in order to bring down Sami Agt. Harmon speaks with a bomb expert regarding plans for the safe house ; EJ observes Sami and Lucas kissing; Brady learns that Nicole is pregnant ; EJ discovers a document containing life changing information. Things heat up between Sami and Lucas; Rafe notice s a glitch in the alarm system at the safe house; Kate informs Roman that she s been ousted by Stefano; EJ confronts Stefano after discovering the letter about his paternity. GENERAL HOSPITAL Dante gets a surprise; Luke needs Anna s help; an important moment arrives for Maxie. Sonny tries to reach Ewen; Carl y confide s her feelings to a surprising person ; Jason questions Sonn y Conn i e and Carly get down and dirty ; Sam presses Jason; Starr steals som e thing from Johnn y YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Shar o n is dismayed by Nick and Phyllis engagement while Jack learns of K y le s decision to stay with Victor. Kyle' s anger threatens to tear Nikki and Jack apart while Victor refu se s to rehir e Michael. Ashley confronts Tucker about his past with Genevie v e, while Adam cautions Kyle about an alliance with Victor. 6 :::0 iZ z m r m c: z "'U c: m c en ::::t m c c! m i ;;c: c :::0 First Baptist Church ofWest Tampa held a service to burn the mortgage of the church. Pre-5 siding over the ceremony were: Earl Haugabook, Rev. M. C. Johnson (pastor) and S.C. Williams. Gary Ellerson of the American Legion presented a donation to a supervisor of the youth program at the College Hill Neighborhood Watch Program.


c a: u.. ADARIONNA IMONEY NOTON April 3oth C Look who is turning "o ne, Ms. Adarionna Imoney Norton, a.k.a., Ms. Mama. She will enjoy this day with family and friends. C Love, your daddy and mommy, Dowey and Nikki. tn So, all can come and enjoy this day with us all!!! w ::::) t-> w > w c w ::1: t/) :::::; m ::::) D. z tu ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z i= z w CJ) < c 0 ...J u.. EMMA, OLLIE, Birthday Honoree, GLADYS CURRY And EVELYN JARRED, a.k.a., TWIN CHANEL When I open my eyes, I think of you. Before I go to bed, I look at you. When I come home, I'll be with you. Having fun Chanel, just us two. Happy birthday. Love, Dad. IlPPI BlrthdiV BIG JIT And DEAN Happy birthday going out to my hubby and soulmate, my life, Big Jit. Enjoy day, s3 Love, wife and kids. BIGJIT, HYMIE, LILJOHN, BISHOP, SILLY, NUT, BIG BULE, OCKAnd B. G. Happy birthday to my homies Big Jit and Hymie. Fro!Jl, Lil John and the rest of the and F.ree Silly. It' s going down Tuesday at Hollywood. Airman Completes Basic Training Air Force Airman Dallas T. Conrad graduated from basic military training. The graduation ceremony was held at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. Conrad com pleted an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and stud ies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic war fare principles and skills. He also earned four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Conrad gradu ated from Sickles High School in 2011. He is the son of Conrad, and Lori Moulder, both of Odessa.


cause An EnactHelp Bring $25,000 To Our Communitvl Institute seeks votes for grant The Institute of Life and Learning, Inc., is excited to an nounce that its Real Men Read Program has been se lected as one ofthe top 100 finalists in Cause An Effect, a State Farm crowd-sourced philanthropic initiative which lets communities determine where grant funding is awarded, exclusively through Facebook. Individuals are able to cast their vote and help The Insti tute of Life and Learning, Inc., earn a $25,000 grant. This grant will fund the organiza, tion's Real Men Read Program, where the purpose is to foster a love of reading among young inner city men through the use of Nook eReaders. In addition, members of the program will learn critical ca reer and life skills that will pre pare them to be future leaders. It is the mission of The In stitute of Life and Learning, Inc., to shape today's inner city youth into tomorrow's leaders. Furthermore, the organization works to foster a sense of pride, unity and leadership in Tampa's inner city youth. In an effort to shape today's youth into tomorrow's leaders, The Institute of Life and Learning, Inc. strives to provide youth with numerous personal and educational opportunities for growth and development throughout Hillsborough County. The voting phase is open from April 27, 2012May 17, 2012 and any Facebook user is eligible to vote up to 10 times per day. The 40 Causes with the most votes will be announced on May 22, 2012, and will be awarded $25,000 each In order to cast your vote, visit the State Farm Facebook page by clicking here http: //www.facebook.com/stat efarm/app 326288832400015 ?app data=Real-Men-Read .EL., then click on the "Vote" button to show your support for Real Men Read. If you would like more in formation regarding the Cause An Effect initiative or The In stitute of Life and Learning Inc., please contact Simone Brookins at (813) 787-9562 or via email at sbrookins@life andlearning.org. Sickle Cell Disease Draws linle National Anention BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Nationally, diseases such as cancer, alzheimers, HIV I AIDS, and arthritis draw the attention of advertisers and researchers. Millions of dollars are raised for these dis eases ever year, but little or no attention has been given to Sickle Cell Disease. Sickle Cell is a disease passed down through families in which red blood cells form an abnormal crescent shape. It is inherited from both parents and is much more common in people of African and Mediter ranean descent. It is also seen in people from south and Cen tral America, the Caribbean, and the Middle east. "It's hard raising funds for Sickle Cell when people don't know anything about the dis ease and how widespread it re ally is," said Frank Reddick, Sickle Cell Association of Florida C.O.O., and Chairman of the Board of Directors for Community Health Charities of Florida. Reddick, who is also a Tampa City Councilman, said he 's tried different ways over the years to create awareness DORIS BAILEY to Sickle Cell, and was successful in getting Tallahassee to ap prove having a license plate representing the disease. That way, when anyone purchased the plate, proceeds would go to the Sickle Cell Association. "Even that effort garnered little or no feedback," said Reddick. "There has to be a solution to how more awareness can be created for this disease, and funds appropriated for more research and a possible cure. Reddick contacted Mrs. Doris Bailey, President/CEO of an organization called Cre ations, and askedthe1r help in putting together a fundraiser. Creations was founded in August 1977 by Mrs. Bailey in Washington D.C., and their goal is to help where help is FRANK REDDICK needed. "We started out making wedding gowns, prom dresses, and other accessories. "Our major effort is Toys 4 Tots through the United States Marine Corps." Mrs. Bailey is joined by Ursula Yates, Yolanda Cox, Patricia Rivera, and Dolan Yates to make up Cre., ations, and said they all feel r education is the most important aspect about Sickle Cell C disease. > "Not many people support en Sickle Cell, and they don t realize it is a national disease. :::! Because we have team members who have lost family members and/ or friends to the disease, we have a connection and lots of information to give to others." z m r m c: r r m :::! z "tt c: m c CJ) :::t m c m < m -1 c: m en c ,., li Tired of driving, high gas prices, and the stress of congestion? Let HART get you to your destination. 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In Spite Of His limitations, Student Is bcellina BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Patrick Alexander Jackson-Williams is a 6th grader at Orange Grove Middle Magnet School of the Performing Arts. Patrick was born prema turely, weighing only 2 lbs. 8 ozs. He has had numer ously challenges and hospi tal stays throughout his young years. However, he continues to fight and has never given up on what he desires to accomplish. With a mother that is pro educational, Patrick is involved in numerous school activities and com munity activities as well. On Tuesday, May 1, 2012, he will be inducted into the C Junior National Honor fE Society for the 2011-2012 C school year. :i In addition to being an honor roll student at Orange c Grove, he is a member of the chorus a member of the school orchestra and plays the cello and a member of Crime Watch. Patrick has a passion for singing, music and caring c for and working with ani mals. He is currently in the en process of promoting his own pet product business. ;:, There are a number of 0. other activities he' s involved in, and he has received w awards in many. j He is a member of the i6 Hillsborough County All _, County Chorus (2011-2012) W and he received a superior rating at the Solo Ensemble z (2011-2012). W Patrick recently (March 30-31, 2012) participated in PATRICK ALEXANDER JACKSON-WILUAMS the Equestrian Event at the Special Olympics and placed 4th and 2nd. He received the "Kids Are Heroes" award and he's a Chair Scholar for this school year. Patrick is a Patient Ambassador for Shriners Hospital. This past December, he and other Ambassadors accepted a check from the Hess Corp. at a Buccaneer game. Patrick credits a number of people for the inspiration he has received as a youth: Aunt Helena Barrington, Big Mama (the late Bertha Jackson) and his music teacher (the late Gwen McCree). In between all of these activities, he finds the time to write his first novella, which he hopes to have in print sometimes next year. Patrick hopes to one day be able to graduate from high school and attend Harvard University. He is the son of Patricia Jackson and the late Alexander Williams; grandson of Leona Williams, (Tampa), the late Bertha Jackson, the late Alexander Jackson (Detroit) and the late George Williams. Rev. Webb To Speak For 15th Mavor's Breakfast The Reverend Reginal Webb will be the guest speaker Thursday morning for the 15th Annual Lakeland Mayor' s Breakfast. The 7:30 a. m. event will be held at The Lakeland Center. Rev. Webb is the pastor of New Bethel Progressive M. B. Church, Tampa, and Dean of Student Services at Polk State College, Lakeland. Judge Places Woman linked To Murders On Restrictions Last week, a federal judge agreed that a woman linked to the double murder of two police officers should be placed on supervision. She is scheduled to go on trial in June. Ms. Cortnee Brantley, 24, lost an appeal to have charges dismissed against her. She is linked to Dontae Morris, who is accused of killing two Tampa Police officers in June 2010. Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., was court appointed to represent Ms. Brantley. She was charged with one count of misprision, (con cealing a person from arrest), which is a federal charge. U.S. Magistrate Thomas B. McCoun, III, re-instated an order for Ms. Brantley's mother and grandmother to sign forfeiture agreements for $25,000. Ms. Brantley was ordered to report to the pretrial services division once a week and either find a job or enroll in school. On June 29, 2010, Tampa Police Officer David Curtis stopped the vehicle Ms. Brantley was driving because of a problem with her license plate. Dontae Morris was the passenger in COR1NEE BRANTLEY her vehicle. Officer Jeff Kocab responded as a back up officer. After being informed that there were warrants for his arrest on worthless check charges Morris is alleged to have fatally wounded both officers and fled the scene After her arrest on July, 2, 2010, Attorney Irvin asked that the charge be dismissed. Judge James Moody agreed and dismissed the charge. However, federal prosecutors appealed the rul ing and an Appellate Court overturned the dismissal in the case. Morris is accused of other murders. The deaths of the officers brought the total of five murder charges he is fac ing. Tampa Heights News The Tampa Heights Community Garden, 3 blocks south of Columbus Drive, and 2 blocks east of Central Avenue. Residents and community leaders in Tampa Heights gathered at their community garden to celebrate Earth Day on April 22nd. Organizers said the cele bration was a huge success, the weather cooperated, and they raised over $1,200 for the garden. If you want a plot of your own or to be a part of a com munal plot, contact Kitty wanace at kittwal@tampa heightscommunitygarden.or &. On Saturday, April 28th, a Tampa Heights planning session will be held from 10 a. m. until 11:45 a. m. at 3305 North Avon Avenue. The meeting is crucial for the development of Tampa Heights and their connec tion to downtown and the surrounding areas.


Local 'God's Masterpiece' Tells Storv 11 Jesus' Death The Disciples of Vision of First Baptist Church of College Hill presented 'God s Masterpiece,' a dramatic performance about Jesus' death on the cross. The production, directed by Geri Kelly, was held in the auditorium at Middleton High School on March 30th and 31st. The play was dedicated to the memory of Deacon Andrew James. Ms. Kelly was assisted by Martha Joyner (assistant director), Pavonne Scott (dance choreographer), Kim Johnson and Paulette Washington (costumes), TANDOVA (set design), Kamilah Boykin (market ing/program), Dr. Joseph Paight, Qwynton Smith, Michael Merrick, Lizzy Spradley, Johnathan Glaser (lights) and Alvin Johnson (sound/music). Members of the cast were: Martha Joyner, Emma Dennard, Felecia Timmons, Jay Taylor, Dimitri Cole, Deodrick Evans, Robert Ivery, Tommie Jackson, Pierce Blount, Jeanette Dixon, Rev. Evan Burrows' character was Thomas. Veronica Bell, Robyn Smith, Karen Vickers, Daija Smith, Valarie McGill, Dayshia RussMeans, Christian Lawrence, Paulette Washington, Pat Pitt, Courtne Davis, Khori Smith, Kaleb Smith, Wanda Knight, Mathieu Smith, Ernest Kinsey Michael Taylor, Arvail Taylor, and Napoleon Hester. Dr. S. Evan Burrows, Senior Pastor, was one of the disciples. (Photos by .Julia Jackson) Jesus (Gary Menifield) center, with the 12 disciples, from left: Cory Smith, Ronnie Walker, Dea. Samuel Joyner, Anthony Dale, Ernest Lockly, Rev. Evan Burrows, Willie Jackson, Brian Loyd, Papino Loyd, Min. Perry Sylvain, Curtis Bryant and Thaddeus Atkins. Play director, Geri Kelly, right, heaps acco lades on Jesus (Menifield) and costume designer, Paulette Washington. Cast members before th'eir performance: Valarie McGill, Pat Pitt, Kaleb Smith and Napolean Hester. Your Pathway To Success Ownership Business Ownership is an exciting program for those individuals who are interested in developing the skills needed to own and operate a business This program emphasizes tt>pics including: business planning, market analysis, your location, business finances, the management skills needed, insurance considerations and legal issues. All of the topics covered are presented with a focus on building strong entrepreneurial skills. Qlass Information Dates: Class Time: Cost: Requirements: TABE Scores: C&ll For Upcoming Schedule 8:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. $575 (financial aid available) GEDIHigh School Diploma (9.0 Grade Level For Math, Language and Reading) c: m r c;; ::t m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c ?( )> z c "T1 c ?(


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rtainment Oprah IUVS HODIIIISS 1111 Food OPRAH WINFREY Recognized as having a heart of gold, the humanitar ian talk show diva Oprah Winfrey and her OWN cable network executives were having a creative meet ing while dining al fresco at the super-posh Beverly Hills restaurant Scarpetta. When a hungry homeless man ap proached her table and pleaded for A hot bowl of soup, true -to form, she re sponded in a huge way. The mighty "0" quickly responded to the man's re quest by stating, "Please can we get him some mone y get him a meal." The homeless stranger re spectfully introduced himself to Oprah and told her his name was Eddie. Oprah then looked at the man and told him, "God bless you, Eddie." One of Oprah's employ ees then handed Eddie a wad of cash and then he was given enough food to satisfy his ravenous hunger. Birth Control Wile MIA DAVIS And HUSBAND, MIKE YARD If you watched "Road Trip ," which was released in 2000, then you were likely a fan of "Rhonda," who was played by Mia Amber Davis. Unfortunately, Davis died last year in the midst of a promising plus size modeling and acting career. Now her widow Mike Yard, is suing Davis' for mer OBGYN and family practitioner for the death of his wife. According to Yard, a stand-up comedian, an OBGYN prescribed his wife birth control pills, months before she passed of pul monary embolism or a blood clots on May 9 In the suit, Yard says, "[Birth control pills] greatly increased her risk for a pul monary embolism and ulti mately caused her death." Apparently, one of the major risk factors that can contribute to blood clots is obesity, according to the suit. Yard is arguing that the OBGYN and family practi tioner should have known not to prescribe that method of birth control to Davis due to her weight. Usher Debuts New Song DuringOH-Broadwav Plav USHER Usher debuted new songs in an unconventional way Friday night. The singer danced to his new music as part of the off Broadway play "Fuerza Bruta: Look Up." Fuerza Bruta" is the fast paced and acrobatic play in which the audi ence stands, as performers dance and jump around on the walls, onstage and on the floor with the crowd. Usher worked as its lead "Run ning Man," be ginning the show on a treadmill, bursting though paper-made walls as his tune "Climax" played at the invite-only event. Usher will release his seventh album, "Looking for Myself," on June 12. He'll perform two shows with the cast Saturday. 'Thlnll UlleAMan Tops Box omca For 2nd waalland InA Row LOS ANGELES -The Sony Screen Gems ensemble comedy "Think Like a Man was No. 1 domestically for the second-straight weekend with $18 million. "Think Like a Man" raised its domestic total to $60.9 million. 1. "Think Like a Man," $18 million. 2. "The Pirates! Band of Misfits," $11.4 million ($5.5 million international). 3 "The Lucky One," $11.3 million ( $4.8 million inter national) 4 "The Hunger Games," $11.25 million ($7.4 million international). 5 "The FiveYear Engage ment," $11.2 million. 6. "Safe," $7.7 million ($2.4 million international). 7. "The Raven $7.3 mil lion. 8. "Chimpanzee," $5.5 million 9 "The Three Stooges," $5.4 million. 10. "The Cabin in the Woods," $4 5 million ($1.5 million international). Will Smith, Denzel Washington Team .UP The 1974 comedy Up town Saturday Night" about two buddies, played by Sid ney Poitier and Bill Cosby, who sneak out of their homes to visit an illegal gambling joint and wind up in all sorts of trouble may be hitting big screen again, this time with two of today s blockbuster stars. Will Smith and Denzel Washington are rumored to be teaming up for a sequel of the hilarious blaxploita tion-era film. Reportedly, Smith has held the rights to the film for over nine years. washington's name as a possible co-DENZEL WASHINGTON And WILL SMITH star in the movie has been kicked around since 2009. It does appear that the re make has been green-lighted because director Adam McKay has reportedly been approached and tlie movie's backers are waiting until he completes his shoot on the film "Anchonnan 2." Iconic NY Black Radio Stadon Folds NYC's 98.7 KISS FM's 30. year hold on the adult R&B market is coming to an end as the iconic radio station is merging with 107.5 WBLS. About the merger, WBLS VP /General Manager Deon Levingston says, "WBLS and have been the voice of the tri-state Black community for 30 years, and we plan to merge the best of 'TI .... 0 :!! en m z ::::! both stations to create a stronger voice to deliver the r best in R&B music while also m c: super-serving our commu nity. .... .... z ., c: m .... u; ::1: m c


rts Buccaneers Get High Marks For First-Round Picks After a few draft day deals, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers took Mark Barron and Doug Martin in the first round. On the day after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a pair of trades-to get Alabama safety Mark Barron, and Boise State running back Doug Martin in the first > round of the NFL draft, anaa: lysts had high opinions of the teamis efforts. W On ESPN, former NFL fi) players-turned analysts J: Trent Dilfer, Herm Edwards, and Ron ..J Jaworski, all rated the Bucs' first-round perfor mance as the best in the league. Former Washington Redskins and Houston ID Texans General Manager, ..J w z Charlie Casserly, gave the Bucs an A-plus for their first round work, which also was deemed he best first day effort by former NFL quar terback, Kurt Warner. NFL Network and NBC analyst, Mike Mayock, rated the Bucs as big win ners, largely for their selec tion of Barron. With LSU cornerback Morris Claibor-ne still available, the Bucs traded with Jacksonville, moving down two places and picking up a fourth round pick. The Dallas Cowboys traded into the No. 6 position to select Claiborne. z w (J) CAULDRON IS BACK ct c a: 0 ..J LL 6842 5oth Street/Siigh Ave. Tampa, FL Mon.-Sat 11 A.M. -9 P M 622-7910 WEEKEND Buy 2 Curry Chicken .. ners GET 3rd OFF IIICiliOCiliV Plaversavs RICIISSUI Will Alwavs Be There JOEL WARD ARLINGTON, Va. Washington Capitals players tapped the ice with sticks when Joel W41rd skated onto the rink for practice last Friday and some fans rose for a standing ovation in support of the player whose series-winning goal was greeted with a racial outburst on Twitter. The 31-year-old left wing one of a handful of black players in the NHL, was the target of numerous degrad ing tweets after he scored in overtime of Game 7 on Wednesday to end the first round -series against the 2011 champion, Boston Bruins. The hockey community has rallied around Ward. Both the Bruins and the NHL quickly condemned the tweets, as did Capitals owner Ted Leonsis, who wrote on his blog: "Shame on these folks who decided to take to their keyboards and show their ignorance and their racism and hate." There s been a lot of sup port from everybody, espe cially my teammates and the whole organization and the Bruins, and some of their fans," Ward I was blown away by the amount of people and the amount of support. There is irony in this OT game winning goal coming against Boston and the reac tion from Bruins "fans." Ward scored the goal against Tim Thomas, the goaltender who r .efused to attend the White House cel ebration of the Bruins' championship because of his disdain of President Obama. Rose lniurv Casts Maior Cloud over Bulls Win Chicago and Miami opened the National Basketball Association post-season with comfortable wins on Saturday but the Bulls pa i d a steep price for their victory when Derrick Rose was ruled out for the rest of the se ason with a knee injury. There were smiles all around in Miami as the Heat led by 32 points from LeBron James, scorched the New York Knicks 100-67 in the opening game of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference series But few were smiling in Chicago after watching Rose DERRICK ROSE crumple to the floor in pain late in the Bulls 103-91 win over the Philadelphia 7 6ers. Ex-Buc Nate Webster Guiltv An Ohio jury has found former NFL linebacker Nate Webster guilty of four counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor, a con viction that could result in Webster being sentenced to up to 20 years in prison. Webster was also charged with gross sexual imposition and s exual battery, but was acquitted on those charges. He was also acquitted on a fifth count of unlawful sexual conduct with a minor. Prosecutors accused Webster of having a sexual relationship with a girl when she was 15 and he was in his 30s, and of threatening to kill her and her family if she told anyone. Webster admitted NATE WEBSTER he had sex with the girl, but claimed it was consensual and that the sexual relation ship began after she turned 16, which is the age of con sent in Ohio. Rondo Tirade Could Be Mean Double-loss For Celtics ATLANTA Talk about a tough pla y off opener for the Boston Celt ics. One game po s sibly two big losses. There wa s the score, of course which went in favor of Atlanta With Josh Smith scoring 22 points and grab bing 18 rebounds, the Hawks built a big lead early and held on for an 83-74 victory in G a m e 1 o f the Eastern Conference p l a y offs Sunda y night But what happened in the hectic final minute could have a huge impact on Game 2, and possibly the entire series. Boston star Rajon Rondo objected to a foul call on one of his teammates, chest bumped the official who made it, and was quickly sent to the locker room. Now all the Celtics can do is nervous ly await the likely wrath of Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers, right, yells from the sidelines, next to Rajon Rondo, left, during the third quarter of Game 1 of an opening-round NBA basket ball playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, Sunday, April 29, 2012, in Atlanta. Atlanta won 83-74. NBA Commissioner David Stern, who s never been too lenient on anyone striking his refs I didn' t intentionally chest-bump him, but that's what it appears to be," Rondo conceded


Serena Williams poses at The Pan African Film & Arts Festival's opening night premiere of Screen Gems' "Think Like a Man" in Los Angeles NEW YORK Serena Williams says altering her diet in support of big sister Venus hasn' t been much of a hardship. Serena said she's cut down on eating chicken and fish and is eating more raw foods like Venus, who adopted the change to help her body cope with Sjogren's syndrome, an autoimmune disease tha t can cause fatigue and joint pain. But while the new diet has been a big change for Venus, it' s not been that big a deal for Serena, she says. Serena said since she lives with Venus, she is mindful to eat foods that won' t tempt her. CHAD DAWSON vs. BERNARD HOPKINS ATLANTIC CITY NJ -Bad Chad is a champion again. He has his belt back -and gave the ageless Bernard Hopkins a major decision to make about his fighting future b-Ravs Oudielder Charged With Hate Crime Dawson, 29, defeated Hopkins, 47, by a 12-round majority decision Saturday night and won the WBC light heavyweight title, taking the rematch at Boardwalk Hall without the controversy and ugliness of their first bout six months ago. NEW YORK -Former Tampa Bay Devil Rays outfie ld e r Delmon Young was arrested Friday on a hate crime harassment charge a fter police said he got into a fight with a group of men and yell ed anti Sem i tic epithets. Young, who currently p l a y s for the Detroit Tigers, wa s standing outside of the Hilton New York at .about 1:30 a m. where he was stay i ng ahead of a series with the New York Yankees that starts Friday night. Nearby, a group of about four Chicago tourists staying at the hotel were approached by a panhandler wearing a yarmulke and a Star of David around his EAS1 Philadelphia (91) vs. Chicago (103) 1NewYork(67)vs Miami (ioo) Prlando (81) vs. Indiana (77) P3oston. (74) vs. Atltmta (83) Delmon Young was all smiles after being selected with the top overall pick of the 2003 amateur draft by Tampa Bay. neck. After, as the group walked up to the hotel doors, Young started yelling antiSemitic epithets, police said 2012 NBA Playoff I .,ApriU8J I WES1 !Dallas (98) vs. Oklahoma City (99) I ,April29) [!,Jtah (91) vs. Antonio (106) (88) vs. lA LA Clippers {99) vs, Memphis 98) (Monda,, April 30) NewYorkvs. Miami -7P m. (TNT) !Dallas Vs. Oklahoma City 9:30 p. m. (TNT) Prlando vs: h.tdiana 7:30 p.m. (NBA'IV) ,Mavt-) vs. Atlanta 7:30 p. tn. (NBA1V) penver vs. lA Lakers 1o:30 p. m. (TNT) Philadelphia vs. Chicago 8 p. m. (TNT) ( May2J prlando vs. Indiana 7 p. m. Utah vs. San Antonio 7 p. m. (TNT) lA Clippers vs. Memphis 9:30 p m. (TNT) l M8Y3J N e wYorkvs. Miami -7p. m. (TNT) !Oklahoma vs. Dallas 9 : 30 p. m (TNT) .,M8Y4} !Boston vs. Atlanta 7:30 p. m. (ESPN) [Denver vs.IA Lakers10:30 p.m. (ESPN) Philadelphia vs. Chi cago -8 p. m. (E'SPN) ,Mays> -Prlando vs. Indiana -2 p. m. (ESPN) IIA Clippe rs vs. Memphis 4:30 p. m (ESPN) !Dallas vs. Oklahoma City 7 : 30 p. m (TNT) [Utah vs. San Antonio 10 p. m. (TNT) (Sunday, May()} !Philadelphia vs. Chicago -1 p. m (ABC) !Denver vs. lA Lakers 9:30 p m. (TN],') !Ne w York vs. Miami 3:30 p m (ABC) !Boston vs. Atlanta -7 p. m. (TNT) : SAMANTHA I know it's windy outside, but the weather is decent enough for you to appreciate this week's Beauty Unlimited feature, Samantha. When it comes to knowing what she wants in life, Samantha takes the leads, and her confi dence pours over onto those who are lucky enough to be a part of her inner circle. Samantha wants the same things out of life as anyone else, but she also believes she deserves a lot more. This young lady enjoys posing for the camera and attracting all of the attention. When it comes to the man in her life Samantha says he must be handsome, intelli. gent, ambitious, respectful, and so sure of him self, he's not afraid to take a stand and not be moved. Congratulations to Samantha as this .... .... N '11 r-0 ll c )o C/) m z ::i z m r-OJ c: rr m ::i z "'0 c: OJ c C/) ::::1: m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c )o z c '11 ll a week's beauty Unlimited feature. WARRE DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tapa Par PIID @ 1 raska Ava. & scon St. :,. .. :: .. .. : .. :3e'c'c .... c; :: :: .. : : ... : : .. ::::. :: 'J >'t'a:or:accL.t::uJ C) m .... Cll


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He was united in holy matrimony to Audrey Wells Dawson in 1975 A Founder and Past President of the renowned Belmont Heights Little League Program, Robert assisted the historic League in producing national championship teams and a world championship team in the junior division. He retired in 1997 after a forty years' tenure at Florida Steel Corpora tion. Following retirement, Robert and Audrey became ac tive with the Broward Kounty Kampers, an established RV group with whom they traveled ....1 across the country. W During the Florida A&M Un i z versity football season, espe i= cially, they traveled, Z accompanied b y family and W friends who were also frequent en guests to holiday festivities and <( annual Super Bowl parties. C Robert also took great pride a: in his role as a Charmer with 0 Charmettes, Incorporated and ii as an annual participant with the Gourmet Gents cook-off sponsored by the Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coali tion of 100 Black Women, Inc. Robert was a sports enthusiast, advocate for young men, traveler on the open road, fisherman and gourmet chef. He will be remembered for his dedication to family and friends. In addition to his wife, Robert is survived by: son, Dar rell T. Dawson (Emma) ofTallahassee, FL; 4 daughters, Karen Anderson, Shari Blair, Sallie Williams (Alvin), and Rena Jones Hunt (James); grandchildren, Daria Dawson, Darrell Amari Dawson, 'Landon Anderson, Lamont Anderson, Renita Smith (Greg), Jamar Hunt, Johntae Hunt, Justice Hunt, Kennethia Monroe, Kianta Monroe, Kenneth Monroe, Jr. (Latasha), and Shaminda Fields; brother, Rudolph DawCD son; sisters, Millie Johnson and ,_ Margaret Turner (Wilfred); w brother-in-law, Willis Lovett; (!) sister-in-law, Lucille T. Wells; if many nephews and nieces; de-voted friends, Moses and Lucy Coley; traveling companions, The Broward Kounty Kampers; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Tuesday May 1, 2012 at Wilson Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. Friends are a s k e d to assemble at the funeral home on Wednes day at approximately 10:45 a m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJson-funeralhome.com IN MEMORIAM MR. JASPER 'MOSE' HARRIS Five years ago, you left to be with the Lord. We miss you every day and you will forever be in our hearts. Your loving son, Jasper; daughter, Gloria; granddaughters and grandson; and the Hudson family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF MOTHER EMMA GENE FRANCIS October 18, 1923 -May1, 2011 Even though you left us a year ago, we have not forgotten your word of well wishes you desired to share with your friends and loved ones, especiallyyour entire church family. Even though you are not here to say it, you are gone, but not forgotten, you will be forever in our hearts. To all of you who have made Mother Francis' homegoing a great celebration, you made her dream come true. We love you all. The Harris and the Cotton Family. National Fla. Gov. Scon Angers Fla. Election Supervisors GOV. RICK SCOTI TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Florida's e l ec t ion supervisors are rising up in opposition to Gov. Rick Scott in the wake of his push t o rank them. State election officials have drawn up a list of rankings based on criteria that includes h ow quickly counties reported election results during the Jan. 31 presi denti a l primary and when those coun ties set up early voting sites. Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 .wilson-funetalhome.com Man, Woman Found Dead In Sulphur Springs Home On Monday, Tampa Police were called to 8218 North Brooks Street in Sulphur Springs. When they arrived, they were told that the bodies of a man and woman had been found dead inside a residence. According to spokesperson, Laura McElroy, two children had stopped by the house a little after 1:30 p m., after getting out of school to say hello to their family members. When the children went inside the house, they reportedly found the body of a man in one area of the house and the body of a woman in another area. Both had been shot to death. Neither victim has been identified, and no suspects information released. lntant Burned Bv Mother Dies CHEKAYLA DAMPIER AND EMIUO BAUTISTA PASCO COUN1Y A 7-week-old infant, burned by his mother two weeks ago, has died. Authorities said Emilio Bautista died Saturday at Tampa General Hospital's Burn Unit. He had suffered burns to his head, chest and arms after his mother, Chekayla Dampier, 18, held him under scolding hot water. Hospital officials said the infant's burns were severe. Police said Dampier was frustrated with her baby, so she placed him under running hot water for several minutes. The baby cried the entire time. Authorities sai d the temperature of the water was 142 degrees. Dampier is being held under a bond of $150,000 on a charge of aggravated child abuse with great bodily harm. No further charges haven made at this time. Baldmore Mom Charged With Stabbing In ass Office Kenisha Thomas, the Balt i more Mother accused of stabbing her 8 -m onth -ol d daughter five times during a visit to the Depart ment of Social Services (DSS), was charged Thursday with attempted first-degree murder child abuse and assaul t reports WBAL-TV. The attack happened on Tues day morning, when Thomas vis ited DDS to have a supervised visit with her baby, Pretty Diamond who had been removed from her care Officials would not give a rea son as to why the state too k the baby away from Thomas, but according to witnesses at the DSS of fice, the 29-year-old woman was not happy with her child s care a nd felt she coul d to do a better job. Wlien social worker Dana Hayes told Thomas that her hour visitation had ended, she re portedly became enraged and said, "It's about to be over! She then reportedly fumbled through her purse, frantically looking for something and woun d up pulling out a lon g kitchen knife Court documents then state that Thomas began stabbing her baby. Hayes then frantically ran from the office screaming for help. Jenrev Dahmer's Killer Shops Tell-All Book Christopher Scarver, the man who ended the life of serial killer and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer in 1994 is now looking to have his story told. The con victed killer is reportedly con tacting publishers with the hopes that he can finally reveal his version of the gory facts in volving Dahmer's murder. Scarver, who once described his killings of Dahmer and con victed murderer Jesse Anderson as "the work of God," worked with both inmates on a bathroom cleanup detail while in prison As the three me. n toiled away, the corrections officers left them unattended. Scarver eventually returned to his cell earlier than he was expected to, and he was questioned. When asked why he had finished his de tai l so early, Scarver ex plained, G od told me to do it. You will hear about it on the 6 o clock news. Jesse Anderson CHRISTOPHER SCARVER vs. JEFFREY DAHMER and Jeffrey Dahmer are dead." After Scarver had beaten both men with a broomstick Anderson hung on for two days at the hospital but was later pro nounced dead, and Dahmer died en route to the hospital from his extensive injuries. Scarver, who had been diagnosed with schizophrenia while in prison, was sen tenced to two more life sentences in addition to the one he already had for a previous murder. So far, no publisher has expressed an interest in Sca rver's self professed tome.


_. Crime c 20 Arrested In Tampa Area Ganu Crackdown After a two week opera tion federal agents have identified the most violent members of gangs they sus pect of trafficking drugs, overseeing prostitution rings, and setting other crim inal enterprises in Hillsbor ough County. Authorities said a major ity of the gangsters entered this country illegally and are from Mexico, El Salvador, Jamaica, and Guatemala. Authorities arrested 20 people in the Tampa Bay area for their affiliation with gangs such as MS 13, Sur 13, and the Latin Kings. Agents in Miami reported arresting 69 people during the nationwide crackdown on violent gangs that have roots in other countries. Authorities said one per son arrested had been in the United Sates since he was 3 when his parents illegally crossed the border from Mexico. Reward onered For Capture 01 Fugitive Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office detectives re ported that on April 1 5 2012 Dylan Landvreugd, 19, s hot a man twice once in each leg, in the parking lot of the Wal Mart Store on East Fletcher Avenue. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the IIIIJRahln CEI/Presldent arrest of Landvreugd. Anyone with infor mation re garding his where-DYLAN abouts is IANDVREUGD asked to call1-800-873-8477 Police Investigate Shooting CHRISTOPHER NELSON PLANT CI'IY Plant City Police are investigating a shooting that occurred Sunday morning. Police said the shooting occurred at 1501 East Ohio Street and left one man with multiple gunshot wounds. Detectives reported that 28 -y ear-old Christopher Nelson is in stable condition at a local hospital. The suspect in the shooting is described as a Black male 5 '10" tall in his mid twenties. Police said although a mo tive for the shooting has not been established, detectives believe it is not a random act. Anyone with information is asked to contact Sergeant James Shultz at (813) 7579200. Deputies Arrest Suspect ForsexuaiBanerv PINELLAS COUN1Y Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies have arrested a man for sexual battery with a deadly weapon (knife). Deputies reported that at 12 a m. Thursday, Eric Smith, 52, sexually battered a woman in the 28oo block of 58th Avenue, North. The victim was found by deputies early Thursday par tially nude and visibly shaken from her injuries. Smith was arrested an hour later near Park Boulevard and U.S. 19, North. Deputies said during the ERIC SMITH serious injury. N offense, g Smith N threatened the victim with a knife, and at some point cut her hand, causing a Smith is being held with outbond Authorities said Smith is a registered sex offender and they are still conducting the investigation in other possi ble victims. Roommate Argument leads To Stabbing ., said the arguments esca 5 lated into a ph y sical con:!! frontation that resulted in Barnes being stabbed in (J) the neck. He also had several m CLEARWATERClear water Police have arr e sted a man and charged him with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon after an inci dent Sunday evening. Police said Lewis Ingram, 58 and Donald Barnes, 53 were room mates and had been arguing throughout the day. At some point, police defensive wounds to his hands. Barnes was hospitalized and is listed in stable condi tion. Ingram was taken into custody and transported to the Pinellas County Jail. z :::! z m ':"' m c: .... .... m :::! z "'0 c: m .... c;; :::1: m c 'Dash in 3 oavs lor Your Home I WE BUY: 1.800.289.3823--.. Ci) m .... ....


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Kennedy Blvd 18th Fl., County Center, Tampa Florida 33602, (813) 272-5790 during regular business hours. NOTICE OF BID ATTENTION ALL SUBCONTRACTORS INCLUDING DBE, MBE, WBE, DISABLED VETERANS, SECTION 3, PINELLAS COUNTY AND GREATER TAMPA AREA SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS BROOKS & FREUND, LLC will be accepting bids for the construction of the "Pinellas Heights Senior Apartments" in Largo, FL. Subcontractor bids are due by 2:00 pm on May 16, 2012. Certified DBE MBE WBE, Disabled Vets, Section 3, Pinellas County and Greater Tampa area Subcontractors and Suppliers are encouraged to participate. The project consists of one 4-story 153-unit senior apartment complex and all related site improvements and accessory structures. Non-mandatory pre-bid rneetingl tor wil. be held on May 1st at 1 :00 pm and 3:00 pm at the PineiM County Housing Aulhortty office locldld .. 11479 Ulmll1on Road In LMgo, FL 33778. To oblllln a Ink to downlolld ... doc:urnenes pleaee ....... request with your company lntormation Including Contact Per.on, Addntla. Phone Number, .Fax Number, Md Emil Addrela to mlkeObfoolclandlnluneom Pllnl wllallo be 1nM1ble tor viRing at 1he Houling Aulhortly office Md allo .. 1he office of Braolca & FnMnt locetld at 5861 lndlpendlnce Cin:le, Suite 1, Fort ..,_, FL 33812. Bidding doc:urnenes wil be ..Uible begiIG April 24th. For more lnlonnetion, pleMe send al lnquirill or. ,.._.. to bid to ... Brooks Elllmator. Phone: 239-939-5251 Fax: 239-939-5117. This project II IUbjec:t (certilied payrol) Md Section 3 COIIIract pn:Miiona. DEADUNES Jlldav EcltiOn-Tlusday 012:00 P.M. Friday Ecltlon Monday 012:00 P.M. 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LEGAL NOTICE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 09-CA-()3()73 DIVISION J WELLS FARGO BANK, N .A., as Trustee for the Registered Holders of Credi t Suisse First Boston Mortgage Securities Corp., Commercial Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates, Series 2006-C3, (Plaintiff) vs. COREY LAKE ISLES PROFESSIONAL CENTER, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, EUGENE E. THOMASON a/kJa GENE THOMASON, an indi v idual, CROSS CREEK II MASTER ASSOCIATION, INC., a F lorida corporation, PAUL J. SIERRA CONSTRUCTION, INC., a Florida corporation, RICHARD GONZALEZ, an Individual, R.L. GONZALEZ CONTRACTING, INC., a Florida corporation, UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION, and ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, Including all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose legal status i s unknown, clai m ing under any of the above named or described Defendants, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t h at, pu rs uant to the Final Judgm en t of F o recl o su r e dated 20 APRIL 2012, i n t h e case of WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A. as Trustee for the Registered Ho l de rs o f Credit Su i sse Firs t Boston Mortgage Se curi t ies Corp., Comme r c i a l Mortgage Pass Through Cert i f i cates Ser i es 2006 C3 Pla i n tiff, v COREY LAKE ISLES PROFESSIONAL CENTER LLC, a De la ware li m i ted liab ili ty company et a l., Case No. : 09-CA-03073, t he un d e rsi g ne d Cle r k o f th e C ircui t Cour t of H ill sborough County F l orida will on May 31.2012, at 10: 00 a.m., at the George E. Edgecomb Cou rth o u se 800 E. T wiggs S t reet 2nd Floor, Room 202 Tampa F L 33602 offer f o r sa l e an d s ell at publ i c outcry t o the h i ghest bidder fo r cas h, the property s i tuated i n Volus i a County Florida described as follows : LEGAL DESCRIPTION : Building 1 A pa r ce l o f land l y i ng i n Sect i o n 9 Townsh i p 27 South Range 20 Ea s t H i llsborough County Florida be i ng more part icul ar l y described as follows : Commences a t the Southwest corne r o f sa i d Sect i o n 9 thenc e S 89 45'40" E., along t he South boundary o f sa i d Sect i o n 9 a distance of 756 48 feet to a po i nt on the Southeas t erly right of way line of C ross C r eek Bou levard and the inter sect i on w i th a curve concave Nort h westerly hav i ng a rad i us o f 3300 00 and a delt a ang l e of 24 12 5 7"; th ence Nort h easterly, along and around said curve an arc d i s t ance of 1394 74 feet, subtended by a chord of 1384 .38 feet bear i ng N 63 59' 1 4 E., thence S 3807' 15 "E., a d i stance of 70.42 fee t to the PO I NT O F BEG I NNING ; the n ce f r om the POINT OF BEGINNING N 57"20 '15"E., a d i stance o f 50. 00 feet ; thence S 32"39 '45"E., a d i s t an ce of 200 .00 feet ; t h ence S 57"20' 15"W a d i stance of 50 .00 feet ; th e nce N 32"39'45"W. a d i stance of 200.00 feet to the POIN T OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 3 A pa r ce l of land ly i ng i n Section 9 Townsh i p 27 South Range 20 Ea s t H i llsbo ro ugh County Flor ida, be i ng more partic ul arly described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner o f sa i d Sect i on 9 thence S 89 45 '40" E., a l ong the South boundary of sa i d Section 9 a d i stance of 756 48 feet to a po i nt on the Southeasterly right of way l i ne of C ross Creek Boulevard and t he i ntersection w i th a curve concave Nor t hwes t erly hav i ng a rad ius of 3300 .00 and a delta angle of 28"2721 "; thence Northeasterly along and around said curve an arc d i stance of 1638 .93 feet subtended by a chord of 1622 14 feet bearing N .6152 02 "E., thence S 42"21 '38" E ., a distance of 75.46 feet ; to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEG I NNING N 46"24 48 E., a d i stance of 142 00 feet ; thence S. 43"35 12 E., a d i stance of 84.00 feet ; thence S. 46"24 48"W., a distance of 142 .00 feet ; thence N 43"35 12"W ., a d i stance of 84 .00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 4 A parcel of land lying i n Section 9, Township 27 South, Range 20 East Hillsborough County Florida being more particu larly described as follows: Commences at the Southwest corner of said Section 9, thence S 89"45 40" E along the South boundary of said Section 9 a d i stance of 756 .48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of WFtf line of Cross Creek Boulevard and the intersection with a curve concave Northwesterly having a radius of 3300 00 and a delta angle Ot 29"24 34"; thence Northeasterly, along and around said curve an arc distance of 1693 .86 feet, subtended by a chord of 1675 .33 feet, bearing N 61"23 '26" E ., thence S. 43 51"E a distance of 188.79 feet ; to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING N 89"08 '04" E a distance of 52 .00 feet ; thence S. 00"51'56"E a d i stance of 85.00 feet ; thence S 89"08'48"W., a distance of 52 .00 feet; thence N.00051'56"W ., a distance of 85.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 5 A parcel of land lying In Section 9, Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida being more particularly described as follows: Commenoes at the Southwest cor ner of said Section 9 thence S 89"45 40"E along the South boundary of said Section a a d i stance of 756 .48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent point on a curve ; thence along said Southeasterly right of way line Northeasterly 1562 .09 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest, having a rad i us of 3300 .00 feet a central angle of 27"0717", and a chord d i stance of 1547 .54 feet which bears N 62"32 04"E., thence leaving Southeasterly right Cif WFtf line S.41"01 35 E a d i stance of 192 .80 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, S 89"45'40"E. a distance of 152 .03 feel; thence S. 00014'20"W a d i stance of 102 .00 feet ; thence N 89"45'40"W ., a distance of 152.03 feet ; thence N 00"14 20"E ., a distance of 102 .00 feet ; to the POINT OF BEGINNING. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 6 A parcel of land lying i n Section 9 Township 27 South Range 20 East, Hillsborough County Florida being more partiCularly descr i bed as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Section 9 thence S 89"45 40"E. along the South boundary of said Section 9, a d i stance of 756 .48 feet to a point on the Southeasterly right of way l i ne of Cross Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent point on a curve ; thence along said Southeaster l y r ight of way line Northeasterly, 1416.55 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest having a rad i us of 3300 .00 feet a centra l angle of 24 35'41" a cho r d d i stance of 1405 .70 feet which bears N .63"4752"E. ; thence leav i ng said Southeasterly r i ght of way l i ne S.38"29 '58" E ., a distance of 295 .97 fee t to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, S 89"45 40"E a d i stance o f 200 .00 feet ; thence S 00"14 20"W. a distance of 50 .00 feet ; thence N 89"45 40"W a distance of 200 .00 feet ; thence N 00"14'20"E a distance of 50 .00 feet to the POINT OF BEG I NNING LESS AND EXCEPT: A parcel of land lying in Sect i on 9 Township 27 South Range 20 East, H i llsborough County, Florida be i ng more particularly described as follows : Commences at the Southwest corner of said Sect i on 9 thence S 89"45 '40"E., along the South boundary of said Section 9 a distance of 756 .48 feet to a po i nt on the Southeasterly right of way line of C ross Creek Boulevard and a n o ntange n t po i nt on a curve ; thence along sa i d So u theast r ight of way line Northeasterly 14 1 6 55 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest having a radi u s of 3300 .00 feet, a central angle of 24"35'41 and a c hord d i stance of 1405 70 feet ; which bears N 63'52 E ., thence leaving said Southeaster l y r i ght of way line S. 38"29 58 "E., a d i stance of 295 .97 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the PO INT OF BEGINNING, S .89 45'40"E., a d i stance of 47. 50 feet ; thence S .0014' 20"W., a d i stance of 50 .00 feet ; thence N 89 40"W: a d i stance of 47.50 feet ; t h ence N.00"14 20 E a d i stance of 50 00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 7 A par p e l o f land l y i ng i n Sect i on 9 Townsh i p 27 South Range 20 East, H i llsborough County Flor ida, be i ng more particu larly described as fo ll ows : Commences at the Southwest corner of sa i d Section 9 thence S.89 45 40"E., a l ong the South boundary of sa i d Sect i on 9 a d i stance o f 756 48 feet to a po i nt on the Southeasterly r ight of WFtf l ine of Cross Creek Bou levard and the i ntersection with a curv e concave Northeasier l y hav i ng a radius of 3300 .00 feet and a delta angle of 29"35 '46" ; thence Northeasterly, along and arou n d said curve an arc d i stance of 1704 .61 feet subtended by a cord of 1685.72 feet bearing N 6 1 17 50"E., thence S 43"30 '03"E., a of 359 50 feet to the PO I NT OF BEGINNING ; thence from the POINT OF BEG I NNING, N 89"08 04 E a d i stance of 52 .00 feet ; thence S 00051' 56"E., a d i stance of 210. 67 feet; t hence S 89"08 04"W ., a dis t ance o f 112 .00 feet ; thence N 00"51'56"W., a distance of 52 .00 feet ; thence N 89 08 04 E., a d i st ance of 31. 09 feet ; thence N 44"08 '11 E., a distance of 40.89 feet; thence N 00"51'56"W a distance of 129. 76 feet to the POINT OF BEGINN I NG LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 9 A parcel of l and ly i ng i n Sect i on 9, Townsh i p 27 So uth, Range 20 East H i llsborough County be i ng more part i cularly desc r ibed as follows : Commences at the Southwest corne r of said Sect i on 9 thence S. 89"45 40"E., a l ong t he South bo u ndary of sa i d Section 9 a distance of 756 .48 feet t o a po i n t on the Southeasterly right of way line of Cross Creek Bo ul eva rd and a non-tangent po i nt on a curve ; thence along said Southeasterly right otway l i ne Northeasterly 1838 .45 feet along the arc of a curve concave to the Northwest hav i ng a rad i us of 3300 .00 feet a central angle of 31 55 '12, a n d a chord of 1814.n feet, which bears N 60"08 0 7" E .; thence leav i ng said r i ght of way l i ne S. 45 49 29 E., a dis tance of 209 30 ieet io the PO I NT O F BEG I NNING ; thence f rom the POINT OF BEG I NNING, N89"08'04"E. a d i stance of50.00 feet; thence S 00"51 56 "E., a distance of 200.00 feet ; thence S.89"08'04"W a distance of 50.00 feet ; thence N .00051 56"W. a d i stailce' .of 200.00 feet to lhe POINT OF BEGINN I NG LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Building 10 .... :. A parcel of land lying i n Section 9, Townsh i p 27 South, Range 20 East, HillsboroughCounty, Florida, being mor e particularly as follows : ', Commences at the Southwest corner of sai d Section s .age...Si4aie., a long South boundary of Section 9 a of 756'.48 teet to' a i>olnl on the Southeasterly r ight of way line of Cross Creek Boulevard and a non-tangent point on a curve; thence along sai d Southeasterly right of way line. Northeasterly, 1984.07 feet a(ong the arcof-a cuive concave to the Northwest, having a radius of 3300.00 feet, a central angle of 34'53, and a chord of 1954.32 feet, which t>ears N .58"52'16"E.; thence leaving sai d right of way line S 48"21 '10"E., a distance of 63.98 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING; thence from the POINT OF BEGINNING, N .89"08'04" E a distance of 50.00 feet; thence S 00051'56 E., a distance of 200.00 feet ; thence S.89"08'04"W. a d istance of 50.00 feet; thence N 00051 '56'W., a distance of 200.00 feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING. Together with the benefits the following easements: Easement Tract 1: A ll right, title and interest i n and to those certain easement created pursuant to the Master Declaration of CovenaRts Conditions and Restrictions for Cross Creek II recorded i n O R. Book 7597, Page 825, together with the First Subsequent Amendment recorded i n O.R. Book 7685, Page 1042, Second Subsequent Amendment recorded in O R. Book 8383, Page 1813, Third Subsequent Amendment recorded in O.R. Book 7898, Page 1209, Fourth Subsequent Amendment recorded in O R. Book 8176, Page 1035, and Fifth Subsequent Amendment recorded i n O R. Book 8193, Page 1829, all Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida. Easement Tract 2: All right, title and interest in and to those certai n easement created pursuant to the -Declaration of covenants, Condi t ions and Restrictions of Cory Lake Isles Professional Center recorded in O.R. Book 11778, Page 848, amended in O.R. Book 11778, Page 879 of the Publ i c Records of Hillsborough County, Aorida. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTttER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER nfE !;)ATE of THE US PENDENS MUST FILE A PLAIM wiTHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOnCE TO PERSONS WITH DISABIUTIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABIUTY NEEDS ANY AccbMMoDAllON IN ORDER TO IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED,, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK'S COORDINATOR, 601 E. KENNEDY BLVD., TAMPA, FLORIDA, (813) 27H100 EXTENSION 4Z05, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE _DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. WITNESS my hand and official ohaid Court, this 2!Ul day of April 2012. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /a/ JENNY ALVAREZ DEPUTY CLERK N 0 .... N ., r-0 ::a tn m z :::1 z m r-m c r rgJ z c m r-c;; :::z:: m c m < m -4 c m tn c )> z c ., :!! c


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