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Celebrating 64 Years In The Ta1npa Bay Area ------ Ill IC ousin IriS SEE STORY ON PAGE 7 BUCCANEER PLAYERS BRING CHRISTMAS JOY DURING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL VISIT Days before Christmas, Tampa Bay Buccaneer players Antonio Bryant and Michael Clayton visited Potter Elementary School in East Tampa. Twenty youngsters had the opportunity to visit the AMC 24 Veterans Theater and a secret location to pick up their gifts. Some of the children who were chosen to be recipients of gifts sponsored by the Antonio Bryant's "Always Believe" Foundation and Clayton. Shown in the photograph is Antonio B ryant, Sylvia Brown, Rashidah Bunch, Devin Johnson, lnaijha "Suelto, Keliyah Jackson, Felecia Belcher, Larry Ford, Isaiah Ford, and Nydia Ford. (PHOTO BY BRUNSON). Rumors .. About Child care Chang Denied. SEE PAGE 6 Parents. Jailed After Dispute With Tns SEE PAGE 17 adicai/FitniSS Center Holds 01*1 Hou SEE PAGE 7 Robber Shoots Domino Player

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C:O 0 0 N 0 ('f) a: w m :::E w 0 w c >=' ic( c C/) w ;::) t-c a: LL c z < > ic( c C/) w ;::) t> a: w > w c w :I: C/) ::i m ;::) ll. z i= w ..J ..J ;::) m w z i= z w C/) < c a: 0 ..J LL Features Popular Sports OHicial Retires Aner42 Years After 42 years of ruiming up and down football fields, up and down bas ketball courts, and all over baseball fields, Mr. Clem Brooks is retiring as a game official. The journey began for Mr. Brooks in 1959 at Yokato Air base in Japan. He was a member of the U. S. Air Force. "I started using my spare time learning how to officiate, and for the next 17 years, I officiated all sports beginning with intramurals and graduating to Military Base sports of baseball, soft ball, and football. I was a quick learner. Mr. Brooks also officiated during tours in Okinawa, Japan and Vietnam, as well as, Sumter South Carolina. Arriving at MacDill Air Force Base in 1967 he continued to pursue his offi ciating career. It was a blessing to find out I could officiate year round. Youth basebiill was in demand of good umpires and with the assistance and influence of Sergeant DeCosta,' Sergeant Lambert, Mr. Asbell and Mr. Frank Kennedy, my career began to soar. That's when I became a member of the West Coast Officials Association in Tampa." Among the athletes Mr. Brooks has officiated over the years are: Leon McQuay, Lydell Ross, Freddie Solomon, Michael Jenkins, Morris Legrand, John Reaves, Gary Huff, Earl Goodman, Darlee Nelson, Charles McDonald, anQ. theathlete he conin 1997, the same award for football. how to give bacl< to the community schools and athletes It's not all about me It s what your legacy will be when you leave. That's what I tell the kids and the young officials." Mr. Brooks said sometimes the physical requirements for the job are oyerlooked. have to be in top shape. You can't walk out of your living room and do this. The kids have gotten a lot faster they work harder, and we have to do the same thing so we' re ready whe n called. This should be mandato. ry,for .all officials. "A. lot of what we do involves using our judgment, but you still have to know the rules and the impact your call wilfhave on a game." Mr. Brooks said miss the camaraderie and all the people he's along the way MR. CLEM BROOKS I will miss the c amaraderie, but its time to spend time with my wife and family . The tough part of the job was when my sons, both graduates of Jefferson High School were playing games when L was officiating otheq games." .1' siders perhaps one of the best of them all, Vince Carter, now playing professional basketball with the New Jersey Nets. Mr. Brooks not only officiated football and basketball, but v olleyball, softball and baseball, too. Mr. Brooks has officiated 28 state playoff games. He also officiated the 1989 Florida-Georgia All Star football game, and was in instituting and structuring the evaluation system with the Florida High School Athletic Association for basketball, baseball and football which is. still in place today In 1980, Mr. Brooks was given the Lifetime Membership Award by the West Coast l}!:npire Association. 1984, he was presented the Silver Whistle Award in basketbail by th e West Coast Officials Association, and Mr. Brooks officiated his last game this past Saturday. It was a state final between Miami Northwestern and the Sanford Seminoles. Sanford won the game 28-21. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@OCommu"itv Activis.t Hand$ Q _ ut Gift-BasketS Needv ...... : A lot of people know. with donations for the food Michelle Williams as the drive. activist who stepped forward "What really helped was a when the Confederate Flag Sweetbay store manageq was erected along the .inter-donating 300 pounds of state. She's also known for meat. We ended up with her extensive work to fight more than enough to gn injustice around." What some don ( Jmow Ms. Williams said she's about Ms. Williams is that partnered with she's very passionate about community group "Our the people in her communi-Sisters, Our Friends/' to t:)r, especially the elderly. continue her work in the "I started a food drive five community : That group was months ago with the idea of founded by sisters Sheila passing out gift .baskets to",,. vt:ningblood 11ndr Ola needy people in the county. Abreu. "Last week from Riverview "We help people that need to Thonotosassa, we handec help with their utility bills, out more than 1,500 gift food, or other necessities. baskets. A lot of elderly peo.: "Don't think for one pie came a:nd were so happy minute I've stopped my that someone car.ed about work in the community as them." an activist. I'm calling for Ms. Williams said she. and accountabili-concentrated her efforts in ty in 2009, and there will be the county's District Ill area, no excuses or prisoners because that's where she taken." was born. Reporter Leon B. "I always favor the resi-Crews can be reached at dents of Progress Village, (813) 248-0724, or e-because that's where I grew mailed at lcrews@fl.sen-up. They re a lly steppe d up tinel.com.

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,..,_. . ..... -... -. ----Features \. convent,on Sales i Career-To An End Manager wants BYGWENDOLYNHAYEs To 'Get Involved' Sentinel Editor December 3i, 2008, is the date Nelson Griffith has been looking forward to. It's the date he retired from the Hillsborough County Public School System. His last day on the job was Friday, December 19, 2008. He was the feature of the day 'for the school's The Daily Impact. What he thought was a Christmas party for the staff at Middleton nn the last day ofschool, turned out to be a surprise retirement partyfor him. His mother, Mrs. Essie Griffith, was also in attendance. His actual teaching career spans 36 years, and received 4 years credit for county government service. A Math teacher at Middleton High School, Griffith said he is looking forward to some relaxing days and some time to. travel. Having begun his teaching career at the orig inal Middleton Senior High School, it is sig nificant that he would return and then retire from his roots . After graduating from Middleton High School, Griffith went on to F AMU, where he played trumpet in the Marching 100 band. After graduation, he retUrned to Tampa and worked under his mentor, Professor Michael at Middle_ton. H:e left the teaching .realm for several years to pursue other interests. He worked as a Job Placement Counselor t- m w

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co 8 Editorials & Columns (') FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN 0:: (USPS 202-140) W 2207 21s t Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 '(813) 248-1921 ID Publ is hed Every Tuesday and Friday By ::iE FLORIDA SENTINEL BUUETIN PUBLISHING Co., W Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 0 and Amalgamated Publishers, ,Inc. New York W ., 1990-94 CP Tirhelnternational c ....:-POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : r: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, ic:( : p o Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 W W W AndreWI :::: 1874-1931 ,1919) t-1901n (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS JR. CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANbREWS, PUBUSHER C BLVTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR i. KEITH G EORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions $44.oo-6 Months Both Editions : $87 .QO-Per Year Both Ed i tions. Opinions exPressed on editorial pages .ol this newspaper by ColurmiSts or Guest Writers, do 001 necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Twenty-First Century Democracy name is Alvin Toffler. Throughout the latter twencentury, he and his wife Heidi headed up their >-revolution with a series of books on the future < of Western society that not only rocked world opinion, but may well have determined who would be our current presiu. dent-elect and how our president-elect would go about the C business of running our nation. Listen to what the Toffler's Z said, in 1980, about the impact of the Internet on American < politics. Said Alvin and Heidi Toffler, in their book, The Third c Wave, "By using computers, advanced telecommunications tn and polling methods, it has become simple not only to select a random sample of the public, but to keep updating t-that sample from day to day and to provide it with up-toij: the-minute information on the issues at hand. When a law w is needed, the full complement of traditionally elected re> presentatives, meeting together in the traditional way, W under the Capitol.:.: could deliberate and discuss, amend frame the legislation ... But when the time for decision a columnist, Cni ways looking for ........... .. ,,. interest-ing to write about. As often as I can, I try to keep up with wha:t's going on the news and then add my own twist. But, I didn't have to ponder a topic for this column. It was provided by my good friend, Elder Charles Davis, Senior Pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ. During a recent conversation, Elder Davis said, "When poor people need a helping hand, they call it wel fare But, when rich people need a helping hand, they call it a bailout." Elder Davis has a way of viewing things from a different perspective. And, his opinion is always makes you think about things in a diffei-=ent light. Taking his theory a step further, poor people are forced into bankruptcy Without ever filing. In order to get food stamps, folks ask for proof of life insurance. They won't take your word, either they want to see the policy. Every time I hear about the hoops people in need must jump through it makes my blood boil. I can't help but wonder what the devil your life insurance has to do with stamps? Then again, I wouldn't put it past them to place a lien against policy if they find out you died and didn't notify them. Poor people or those who fall into the working poor category need a little assistance to help bring the gap. But, I guess if you re going to beg the government you may as well go for the gold and ask for billions. What was that noise? Oh, that was the late John F. Kennedy saying, "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country." He may have been talking to John Q. Citizen, but I'm willing to bet he meant the big boys as well. Another point is the amount of debtthese compa nies rack up. The auto industry is asking for billions of dollars. Yet, they have not lowered the price of products to encourage the consumer to purchase a new vehicle . I have to agree with Elder Davis' concept of the government lending a helping hand. When poor people need a helping hand, it's called welfare. But, when the rich are trying to stay rich at the taxpayer's expense, it's called a bailout. I guess it's all in the termi nology. ::z:: a:.irived, on1Y,59 p.e_r-"\ tn cent of the votes, while the current random sample : who f are notin the Capitol, but who are geographicillly dispersed :::: in their" own homes or,offices-would electronically cast Ule a. reniaining so per:Cent. Such a would not merely proz vide a process than 'representative' ti pvemment ever did, but would strike a devastating blow at ,.r: ... : Principle... : i notjus(a. teW eleetedOf&cials.!' ... : . .. . . . .. . I .. .1'he c!olieluded, "If we.begin ilow; we and our cltil-stiii do not of African desceiltarouitd the lit rep resent.. .unity :tit .take exciting reconstitution not merely post world. As a of (.Umoja:), a call to str,ve f()r Z of our obsOlete political structure,.but of civiUzation itself." African American culture and maintain unity i'ri the like President-elect Barack Obama, don't you (Swahili language for-the founded by Black natiorialist,. family; community, the world W term "first fruits") either social activist and educator and our race. tn because we do not under-Maulana Karenga in Saturday called for us to stand what it is all about, or the holiday features daily can-reflect upon Self--0: .. rt ..... laCk auslft8S S8S because we believe it die-lighting, pouring of libaDetermination (Kujichagu Ila) 0 denounces Christianity. tions, musical and poetic apd to define the goodness in Whatever the reason, the offerings, remem}:)rances of ourselves, name ourselves, is the fQUrth day of Kwanzaa, a weeklong weeklong hol i day our ancestors, feasts and gift-: create for ourselves and to (December 26 -January 1), which celebrates 26 -January 1) celebration giving. . . speak for ourselves. African Whether you celebrate honoring our African heritage Reportedly, Karenga said On Sunday, Collective Work 1'wanzaa (a Swahili word meaning "firsUruits") or not, Ute has much ;1bout its COI!-. cepts his goal Was to "give Blacks al). and RespopsibilitY (Ujima) of seven principles of Kwanzaa has merit, that Black Americans should alternative to the existing hoiwherein we are called upon to these tough econpmic times. Today consider adopting irl idaY .. tqta.s),jm ,d, build and maintain otit com-(MondaY,), the principle of "cooperative economics" ple. . Blacks an opportunity : to cele-ni\lnit}T' aiid make our and Blacks are reminded to patron-This year marks the 42nd brate themselves and history, ers and sisters' problems our and port their own stores, and of . : rather problems and to' solve them Blacks need to practice this ,principle more and a year wliere hoitpractice of the dominantS'oci. tbge'ther ; was tbe aggressively. . and' living the seven.. ety." .. principle. . 0:. : Just la,st week, our headlineS and a article prlnciple.l! ()f Kwanzaa was e5tablished. as Today, the principle to eel'-'' ed the for a established East Tampa Black (Nguzo Saba) have never been a mean,S ofheip\ng'Amerlcans ebrate is Cooperative business, elmont Clothiers. We salute the owner Bob. more important. . . to. reconnect with .. th'e'ir Economics (UjaP1aa) whe,re. Robbins for providing a source of high quality clothing to lit if you read about Afridm heritage by infusi'ng Blacks are reminded to tiuy .Black men i" For well o:ver 15 years, Belmont Kwanzaa celebratiqns taki'ng the holidar with Afr'iean 'trafrom their own: stQres and: Clothie .rs has provided its.clientele with the fashions plac: e in the community, I ditions, attitudinal introspec..:, busines&es. : '' that could be found in the area or. on the of Esquire. highly recommend that you tion-arid a caH to practi-ce TomolTOW, you are request-. ., .. .,. .. and your family one:of s .even priricipl_ 8 that-help_, ....... to ligbt a "to No doubt, a casualty o' current economies, B .elniont the events as both an educa-build our _Q.ur brate Purpose (Nia}, a collec:.' Clothiers could have used more support from the Black. tional spiritual and our communities. tive effort to build and devel-community. We have often at how weD business.. ence. Each day during K\vanzaa, a: op our communities, econom-es of ethnic iroups appear to fare due to patronage by Today, I will share the histocandle is lit in affirmation of icaJ}y and socially. members of their own community. ry of Kwanzaa and what I find one of 'the seven principles,.' On Wednesday, light a can : We encourage readers to patronize the businesses. who rewarding and redeeming. which I believe all African die and celebrate CreativitY W in this publication as well as Black businesses First of all, Kwanzaa is a Americans and other ethnic (Kuumba), and commit to do that have not yet found their way to our news pages. For, if seven-day celebration groups can agree upon and a.; we don't support our we will cease to exist. observed and celebrated by thrive from. Continued On Page 5 millions of Blacks and people Last Friday, a candle was

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. ,. Lord, .' Our Cllll.drenl< .. t manner of man household, who seldom sees ld savagely her child since she works two use a child, and to three jobs, and when at then cut the child's head com. home is in her bedroom, or to pletely off his body, just for a father who is so strict mindkicks? Otis Toole did that. ed and hard-headed that And the fact that Otis Toole every meeting begins with was an American (he 's dead tension and ends with an now), makes me sick to my argument. Today's trouble-stomach! But what makes me child is made to believe that even more nauseous is the she is better off, on her own fact that in this society-andbyherself. Sheisdeceived "home of the brave and land by her own misery. Surely, of the free" -our children, Alice In Wonderland could especially our Black children, not have been more misled! are as susceptible to the Otis Behold a Black Little Red Tooles of this world, as they Riding Hood, skipping haphave ever been. Indeed, as we pily towards the wolf! approach the end of this year, Yes, our little Black girls we find that the predicament are in danger. But their dan-of many of our children has ger is eclipsed by our young passed critical. It is approachBlack sons who for some reaing irredeemable! son have been made to believe Adam Walsh was the lit-that they are little tle boy, whom Otis Toole Supermen walking, with murdered in cold blood. It their gold-grills, dreadlocks, doesn't matter that Adam million-dollar sneakers and Walsh was white What matbaggy-pants that would cer-ters is that foo many tainly keep them from escapAmerican children continue ing the grips of any would-be not to get the message. Otis Toole child-molester WEREWOLVES ARE REAL! People forget so they canBQOGIEMEN DO INDEED, not pass on, how for several EXIST! AND REGARDLESS months, the of Atlanta HOW Bi(GGY YOU WEAR ran with the blood of hapYOUR PANTS, OR HOW less .Black boys and young GRUFF YOU TALK, YOU men,.stalked and murdered ARE STILL VULNERAIU.E! by serial-killers yet, unknown pur don't listen, espe-or So, our Black m{lny qf our Black kids h .. d : . . .. ,, ;_ .oys an. men .swagge. r (!'beg your pardon; ' kids" are through a deadly society, goats. I mean, "children."). oblivious to the fact that they B : ut on the forgotten anniver" are lambs parading before the sary of the murdered children eyes of jackals, intent on ofAtlanta, Georgia all of slaughter. whom were Black and none of Our children get fed up whom have been avenged with parents and school, and Black continue to walk the streets unattended, simply take off for parts and with a swagger that is part people unknown. And such hip-hop and the other part scenarios and the tragedies stupid hyperbole! that accompany them are Though the face it presents increasing daily. to the American public is To their credit, our law white middle class, the real enforcement agencies catch face of America's truant and and return our children on 95 runaway is Black and often percent efficiency. But the female. Age 10 through 13, children they don't find and filled out physically to the don't return are the horror extent she looks almost twice stories comparable to the her age, today's truant is often worst saga in any novel. a little Black girl who looks New Year's approaches. On like a young woman and talks any given street, day or night, like a young woman, but is you can see many of our chilbarely into her teens. dren, on their own. In the In truth, she is abandoned. shadows, the ghost of Otis Unable to relate to a mother Toole lurks and waits. Lord, who is often single-head of a please protect our children! I .Black American from page 4 something to restore our peo ple and the environment to our historical greatness and beauty respectively. Finally on Thursday, January lsi, light a candle for Faith (Imani) and believe with all your heart in the goodness of God, yourself, family, our struggle and the world. Now, those are all principles we should live by. Harambee! Happy Kwanzaa! Happy New Year! -i c m (/) 0 }< c m 0 m 3: m m ::0 w On Earth And Good Will 1'\,) c c co .. :i say thank you Lord because it could have been you or it could have beeJ;J. worse. No 2008 was not one of the best years, and we pray that 2009 will be better for eac h and every one of us. Our economy a ll but crashed, Wall Street dipped and Main Street suffered Thank goodness we can start 2009 with a lot of hope in our hearts. A new year, a new president and a whole new attitude have many of us believing that a better year is ahead of us. Hopefully, before the year is out, there will be peace on earth and goodwill toward all mankind. Let us hope that we will get through the year of 2009. We need to pray that the world lasts through 2009. I am not one to preach gloom and doom. I am not one to predict that the end of the world is near. But they tell me that there will be signs to indicate that the end of the world is near. They tell me it is written in the great book, the Bible. They say that it is written that there will be wars and rumors of wars. Nation's are at war with each other. Nations are threatening to go to war with each other. Nations are attacking each other for no reason at all. Make no mis take about it there are wars and rumors of wars. The y tell me it is written in the great book that mothers will be against daughters and fathers will be against sons. Look around, read the news and watch the television. Parents are killing their children and children are killing their parents. Lives no longer mean very much to so many of us So many parents and their children can't and don't get along with each other. They tell me it will be difficult to tell one season of the year frorri any other season of the year. Signs of that happening are beginning to emerge As late as December, temperatures are usually high in snowy parts of the country. Just somethingto think about as we head into the year of 2009. As we move into the New Year, do not make resolutions that you know you will not even try to keep. But whatever you do make an effort to be a better person than you were last year. Try to be a better friend, a better neighbor, a better relative and a better citizen. Our world needs some change. Can we make some changes? A man from hope has the nation saying, "yes we can. Let us believe that and make the words of the preacher true. Then next year we can say, yes we did Happy New Year to all. 'TI r-0 :!:! 0 > (/) m z -1 z m r;m c: r rm :::! z "'D c m r-(i) :::c m 0 Why Celebrate .. The New Year? m < m ::0 < -1 c: m (/) er wonder how the of celebrating ew Year's Day began? First observed in ancient Babylon about 4,000 years ago; the celebration of New Year's began with the first New Moon (first visible cres. cent) after the Vernal Equinox (first day of Spring). Originally observed on the old Roman calendar in March, New Year's Day first came to be fixed in January 153 BC for military reasons. Various emperors for selfish gain continually tampered with the calendar year and in order to set the calendar right, Julius .Caesar, in 46 BC again established January 1 as the New Year as the calendar was out of synchronization with the sun. In order to do this, Caesar had to let the previous year drag on for about 445 days (Wikepedia). Yet, other significant and historical events warrant our consideration why we cele brate a new year's beginning. "In 1860, Abraham Lincoln (North) is elected president in November, preparing rebellion in the southern states. In 1S6o the vast majority of African-Americans lived in the South, most as slaves. In his inaugural address as president of the Confederate States of America, Jefferson Davis declares that slavery is 'necessary to self preservation.' In the border and Confederate states, African Americans counted for as few as 10% in Missouri and as many as 58. 6% in South Carolina Oftentimes, we submit our selves to tradition and culture seldom understanding the ori gin and/or reasoning : Because of this, we become prey and victim to habit, folklore and. mores (pronounced "morays") witho 'ut even knowing why we do what we do except for the fact that "my mother did it and her mother did it, so it must be okay." Not too long ago, there used to be a series of commercials that "plugged" us into various informative bits and pieces of events and history. Soon, the words, "the more you know, the more you grow" were heard all over the nation. Whatever happened to those commercials? Anyway, because of these, we began to experie':lce a feeling of power and relief because we began to know why we did some of the things we did while at th-e same time establishing ourselves as students always open to grow and learn. c ,... )> z c Consider the historical calendar events of Noah, his 'TI family and all the animals ::0 after they all embarked from 6 the Ark. And it came to pass in the six hundredth and first year, in the first month, the first day of the' month, the waters were dried up from off the earth; and Noah removed the co veri rig of the ark, and looked, and behold the face of the ground was dry. 8 :13.. Why celebrate. New Year? Shall we forever enshrine in our hearts "on January 1, 1863, the Emancipation fi:ees all American slaves .-" As we begin our celeb-rations, 'take a moment to thank a Greek Emperor, an obedient servant of GOD, an American presi dent and remember "the more you know, the more you grow Happy New Year and Happy Kwanzaa!

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Rumors About New Childcare EBONY .MAN Ill Licensing Requirements Denied w C For several months, >' rumors about changes in childcare requirements have f3 been circulating throughout ::::> the community. However t-the Children's Board of Hillsborough C6unty denies that any changes in childcare licenses are in the near future. Ms. Luanne Panacek, CEO of the Childr e n's Boar d of Hillsborough County said there has been no changes to the licensing requirements in regarding educational quali fications for child care direc- tors. MS. LUANNE PANACEK ... CEO of the Children's Board of Hillsborough County The current requirements for Directors are: they must have a high school and Screening com poor GED and hold I ; D.,ents of the 30 hour Part Direttor's Credential'issued I Department of by --th e Department of Children and Families' Children and Families. : -A miriim'!lm of requireffi.epts for : the _" eight (8) hours of in-service Director's Credentfai are' as training on children with folio } vs::: or the depart. pl9ma. .: gr :: ment's -Special Needs of Appropriate Practic.es Part I Department of course; An active. Staff a1_1d; :.Fam_ilies. Credential outlined in 6sC-Intrqd,uctory Child 22.003(7)(a), F.A.C., exclud-For .ing Employment History Applicants only: School-Recognition Exemption; and age from a The completion of the national_ organizatic:n as "Overview of Child Care in course 22.oo8(4)(b) may substi-approved by the department fute for the Child'Growth for vocational credit, CEU's and"I:jevelopment.andor college credit; or a :pirector recog-FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Holiday Human Hair Available Specials! WeSpedallze .lnAII Kinds Of Braids' 'Addtess: 100ibN. 30thSt:Tampa, Fl<:3361'2 Cf Polnltala Pilla ; Behind Glldins .. -. ltetwHn ..: ELDER CHARLES DAVIS ... Senior Pastor of College Hill Church Of God in christ nized by another. state, subject to approval by the Florida Child Care Director Credentiai Program. Requirements-for Directors wishiQg to obtain an Advanced Level Credential are required to hold an "A.' A. degree or high:er. However, _directo. rs are no t to obtain the. Advanced Director's Credentialin order to remain employed in the Elder Charles Davis, Senior Pastor of the College Hill Church Of God In Christ operates a childcare center at his church and has heard the : rumors When contacted by the Sentinel, 'Elder DaVis said he .had heard that the new requirements would include all" employees A A. degree.-: l'he nimo r cerned him because if all employees would be required to have an A. A. degree, then it would taise childcare prices out of reach for the average per. son who does not qualify for programs suth as Title 'XX. "I agree that child care needs to be as educationallybased as pO"ssi-ble. But, it must remain affordable for the parents. Once the educational requirements . for employees are raised, it resu}ti_l,l.. hav. ing to raise prices because a person with a degree Is not willing to work for $7 per hour. We don't want to' increase the cost to point that people can't afford childcare. Elder Davis said he also heard that new agencies were being funded to oversee childcare regulations. However, he the money would be better spent using the universities in the area to provide in-service training to childcare employees. <$!;) 'City Editor Iris. B. O Holton can be contacted atrsi3J o.:.-,, ) i PRINCETON-TITAN THO'Aee -.. ,/ : This week's Sentinel' Ebony Man is PrincetonTitan Thomas, a man who secrets StiCh as his age. A professional model for En cline and: Hector Clothing Line,-Princeton is a retired Canadian League Basketball player.' While South Carolina State University;-he .r Faslbon: Design;. Prmcetonlovesto made a of 'Yhat: }le .flis his hobbies, Classical catos, and htodeling. His philosophy in life to, be thankful (or all thaJ: you have and n .ever. forget -how far you've come in > , ,_.,_ ;:} Congratulations, oi) ,. : .:.this Ebony Man! BY:JULi:A JACKsON ... : .. _. . ... . . . . -. -NCNW -. )1\e _2009 ann':'al meeting for T.;itnpa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women Will be held on Satufday, rd 3 10 a. m. at. Lee N 22nd St. and 26th Ave Important wilfhe. given from the .h(;!lc( Executive Committee and the results of the Life Membership Committee,'s annual fund raiser. All other Committee Chairs . to \\?i tten planl)ing will J>e Section to participate in the loeai Dr. Martin tudier _-Kiog; the St. . : Pete : sister :sectiorf iQ'{ NCNW . Breakfast. : .. Ail a'i-e1 to--be and on Vis. itots l' t,i t, ar(;! welcomEL : . :_ : Gloria: w. DVis Chair, A W t.' Pub\icity Chair; and J;resident. .' . .. c .. e-mail iholton@tlaen:. -.,f. .................. ._ .... ..._ ........ ... ..-..1 : : _ti_ueLcqQJ ...

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Local ...... c: m CJJ Public Fires Leave People Hospitalized c )> c m +This is a seene. from the fi-:-e at the J. L. Young that sent two people to the hospital; j; Two fires at public housing;. left one person di-splaced, and two others h ospitalized. ; The first fire was reported Christmas Day at 2:17 a.m. Tampa Fire Rescue received a 91.:.-i can of a Me at.the J. L. Apartments, North Florida Avenue ; #306. Fire crews responded to the third floor hallway where forced open the door of the apartment and found it full of r.tecllcal And Fitness Center. Holds Open House DR. SYDEL BARNES LEGRANDE . J, ,1;_ Bl'; HOLTON Editor testing, hypertension and dia betes, appointments for can cer screenings, free mammograms; and bacterial vaginosis will be made as well. African American and African Hispanics women between the ages of 18 and 44 who have the bacterial vaginosis a $2o >:"t,,::: gift.!ceftificate toW Workshops that will cover topics of cooking soul food healthy will also be conducted the Open House. "You can still have c9llard greens, yams, and.other soul food, but we can show you how to cook it without the traditional fats,'' Dr. LeGrande said. 0 S m d th Those in attendance wilJ ... n .ll J\Y., rec' e1:ve fr e e foo' d bas kets, the is invited to .. attend the open House at alorig with other helpful' inforY?ur, mation about, healthy F1tness Center, 1405 N. lifestyles. TheCooking with N'ebrask a .Avenue, from 10 Heart & Soul segment will a.m. until 3 p.m. The theme provide rec _ii>esand. sarilples. for the event is "Change Dr. LeGrande said the Has Come To America: event will have entertainers Tl!ue Change Begins With from various local organiza-You and Me, Lifestyle': tions along with other activi-C.hanges For Better. ties. Those in attendance will Health." enjoy free hamburgers, hot >'Dr. Sydel Barnes dogs, and as well .. LeGrande s(lid registration Dr. LeGrande said there for the event will begin at 9 will be several' door prizes and a.m. apd the Open House will other including take place between 10 a.m. free 27" :Ms. Candy Lowe will serve as the Mistress of. Aq yone wishing to obta in Ceremonies. information on the ,. I dd't' t t Open Bouse can contact Your n a 1 Jon o rou 1ne ... .,_ . . ,,. and Fi-tness health screenmgs such as HIV .. Center at cs13) 22 64 26 4 MARQUITA SHEPPARD ..... escaped unharmed from her apartment. black smoke. On. the floor, they found 58-year-old Raul Pagan. He was pulled outside where he was treated for smoke inhalation before being transported to a local hospital. Another adult female was treated on the scene for a minor injury and transported to a local hospital. Pagan is reportedly in seri ous condition and the woman is in good condition. The cause of the fire is being investigated. On .the day after Christmas, Tampa Fire Rescue reports that they received a call of a fire at 1346 West Chestnut Street, the North Boulevard Home Public Housing Complex. When units arrived they reported smoke. and flames coming from an upstairs win-dow. Fire crews extinguished 3: the flames. til m :c A Fire Investigators determined that Marquita w S::J Sheppard, 25 ; was home 1\) alone sleeping when smoke o 0 woke her up, She was able to co get out of the apartment safe-ly. Sheppard reportedly told the investigator she has not had electricity in the apartment for an undetermined amount.oftime and was using candles for lighting. Fire damage to the unit is estimated to be about $25,000. Sheppard moved in With relatives ... jl -... ,.. ::... -.. . .(,. j Strength, stability, opportunity. Expect .more with Regi9ns _and Checking and Savings accounts. We know you your money to be safe. But you also want your money to grow. 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co Religious c a: LL c z < >-<( c (/) w ::::) I-> a: w iii c w ::1: (/) :J m ::::) a. z co Potter's House Service (Photos By Jackson) Mendy and Paul Wallace attended the service. Church of Village Tampa, Florida 33619 .liiM Service will be held on we1anesCl1av. December 31, 2008 The Service will begin at 10 p.m Everyone. Is cordially inVited to come out and worship with us. . Featurir.tg:'"'-'!'lf!!JI'I . Gospel Commandoes .. ,".' .' ,'. 'I \: ., . Founded By The Late . beacon Winie John Miller . Over 30 Years. Transportation Services Available. For Call: if . (813) 251-33.9 J... .... Ministry Hosts First Men's Conference. ;. The Victory Outreach Temple Church heldits first ever men's conference recent ly. Several -i:nen. attended the conference, which had several speakers. (Photos by Julia Jackson) _,_ .. Pastor Laytecia McKinney, right, is shown with guest speaker, Rev. Lewis and Rev. Joseph Lopez, left. These men are Chris Stones, Peter Roberts and Justina Leonard at the.men's .. ;,-:, PETER SMITH Roy Davis, Timothy Biiss and Tom!Jl ; Mount Olive A. M. E. & ,:, ... Mount Tabor M. B . Church. WITCH NIGHT' S Decerr-ber 2008 9 .I Rev. T. D. Leonard Guest Messenger 1902 W. Lasalle St West Tampa Breakfast will be served following worship uThe:Valce-. _oif, .' .. ,. --'\Our 9/Jeaking -! .. '; ..

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All Aboul You Barbara Roberts Celebrates Birthday Happy Birthday Rasta Family and friends gathered at the Carrollwood home of Paul and Barbara Roberts to celebrate her bi1ihday. (Photos by Julia Jackson) The birthday Barbara Roberts. Justina Cox, sister of the birthday lady. CANDI FELDER Bernard, Ophelia and Cathy at the Carrollwood home of Paid and Barbara Roberts for her birthday celebration. Charlie Robinson and. party for Barbara Roberts. Teresa and Rob were among the guests at the birthday party for Barbara Roberts. Adrian Wright attended the party. USJ\ Happy birthday, Clive. From your family and friends at the Florida Sentinel. Orchids, Bromeliads,lrrigation, Ground Covers Native Wildflowers And Vines, Shrubs, Hanging Baskets, Potting Mixes, Special Fertilizers S Popular Growing Containers An(j Large Planters! '. FREE Tech Support Everything We Sell Is Florida Friendly! -: Open 9-5:30 7 Days 11 00 /O Off 1 Two Graduate Horticulturists On Staff I /( I 8221 S.R. 674 1 1 Wimauma, Florida 33598 1 On F1rst Purchase 1 www colorfieldfarms cor L __ Ov...!!: -1 (813) 833-2545. c: m en 0 0 m (") m s:: m m JJ w 0 N 0 0 co ,... 0 JJ 0 )> en m z :::! z m ,... I OJ c: ,... ,... m ::! z "'C c:: m c en :I: m 0

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--- .E1Uents . 'H' Presented Its 14th Annual Fashion Show Extravaganza "Impossible Dream" was the theme of the 14th Annual Fashion Show Extravaganza presented by Project 'H.' The event was held at Harris HalL Fashions for the evening were sponsored by several area stores. (Photos by James McAllister) Models Alta James and Ray Sumley showing off their evening attire. ., ;. . These young people are Chanelle Thornton, Leah Lang, Jaida Johnson, Keela, .Edric.ka' Edd,ie Northern and R.uby a.ttended Northern and Nisha. 'the faShion show. Costumf!. Party (Photos by Brunson) These little princes and princesses were on the ball in their costumes. They are JaZakeist, Dwayne, Maddysin, Aianna and Jan ell. These little queens are Charna, Janiyqa and Tkia. Ms. Angie and. her P:and-. Eddie took time to relax son, who fell asleep during while-the children enjoyed theparty. theparty. 0 0 m 0 m s: m m :D W 9 N 0 0 co ., r-0 0 )> en m z -t z m t;'" m c r,.. z . "V c FAMilY BUNDlE #3 . CD" r-u; % m 0 m < m -t fii en 0 )> z o "TT ::D 6 llft'l'lM'AI.I! 2/$3 : ... 1 Ilk INf Stew (Cine l'lrl 5 .... GrOIIId ..., (C.. Molkla.,. 3 ... ..., Oxblls (llallo.,. Res) . 5 ... End Cut l'orii'CIIops (Chultta be Punta) 10 1111. Chicken Ltt Quarters (Mutlci Dal'ollo Con Cuentro) 5 Ills. Chicken Wings 18 (Allis Dt Polio) FREE (Gratis) 112 Gillon ol OriMt Juice I 3111: Spretid Mlrprint 1 l.olf Brtld

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Entertainment Sultry 'Santa Baby' Man Pee-Tacular Obama Singer Eartha Kitt Sentenced In Photos Spark Web 'Frenzy c Dies At 81 Killing Of T.l. HONOLuLu, Hawaii--Pa-parazzi snaps of a shirtless and 3: NEW YORK---Eartha Kitt, the self-proclaimed "sex kit ten" whose sultry voice and catlike purr attracted fans even as she neared So, has died ; The singer, dancer and actress was 81. -_ Family spokesman Andrew -Freedman said Kitt, who was recently treated at Colum bia Presbyterian Hospital, died Thursday in Connecticut of colon cancer. Dubbed the "most exciting woman in the world" by Orson Welles, Kitt's career spanned six decades, from her start as a dance_r with -the famed Katherine Dunham troupe to cabarets and acting and singing on stage, in inovies and on television. She wori two Enimys, and was also nominated for several Tonys ;md two Grammys. Kitt was featured on the cover of her 2001 "Reju venate," a guide to staying physically fit, in a long, curve hugging black dress with a figure that some 20-year-old women would envy She aJso Wrote three autobiographies. T-Pain And Tim McGraw: More Hip-ltoppln Country LOS Tilrl-:' 'MiliirrffiiM Mc9'raw ditching his -:' boy ai1d boots for a -_ gfill ,_ .. ._ J 'robab1y nQt, 'but the hip-hop: '_!:.,.,,, ,,.,,,,,,",., _,,-,,,,, world sure does iove the country superstar. FoQr years ago McGraw and Nelly colhibo rated o_n_ :'()uer czncl.Ove1. Ear = Hei.-this morith McGraw a oew sin-_,, gle, for .Chris .,Brown's upcoming album. ' T-PAIN And TIM MCGRAW Ami now' there's more. Hip hop impresario T-Pain tells us tlu \ t he's also going McGraw ttine into the studio with McGraw. Unlike McGraw's hip-hop-says the idea was centric collaboration with hatCl-ied-when the two 'met -Nelly, says he wants it while both were appearing on -the other way around. "The Saturday Night Live last hip-ho.p has been done with month. -Tim and Neily, so we gottabe But he co).mtry than. hip-hop much different from the -0 'he says day-Z, Accused Of Beat Burglary -. -"': .. -Jermaine Jumpp and C. Adams acctfse Blige's. renowned producer, Rodney -"Darkchild" Jerkins of swiping the beat from theii "On My Grind" for the Blige's "Enough Cry in'." The plaintiffs claims they .subt'nittecl' a CD containing their so'ng to Jerkins back in 200i 'iliid shocked when "Enough Cry in' : surfaced .on : .. 2 MichaeiJackson Prepping For World Tour, Lung Transpl-.nt -llllllilil he's planning a world tour! ? LOS Michael Jackson is not only not suf fering from a life-threatening lung ailment, he's so healthy I Keys Made. .. -' In response to com-ments made by celebrity con:... :::::! H;alperin, Z Abe pop_, icon's issueq. a stateme n t. : saying that "wild cerning _Mr.. JackSon.'s health are a total fabrication." c Well,. that would be news m then, wouldn't it? < Jackson said something along' those lines in October when he.put the kibosh on c: mors-s_tarted 'by his own rn. brothers-that the original c Jackson 5 woul9 be teaming up. for "Hey, look at usl;' tour.--' LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! G')_ m

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c a: LL c z < 0 (/) w ::;) t-w > w c w ':r: The Tampa Bay eers are not a very old team. Yet, the Bu.cs and two of their flagship playmust ponder the players' future over the off-sea son. Those two players are linebacker Derrick Brooks and veteran cornerback Rhonde J;Jarber. The question is will these two players play another year for the Bucs. Brooks made the All-Pro second team, but will that be enough to push his body through another season? It is obvious that Barber has lost a step and 'no longer performs at his usual high level. Add to that, his twin brother retired from football two seasons ago. Brooks and Barber are two of the most respected and popular players to ever wear the Tampa Bay uniform. We. know the end o( the road is near. But is this it? ; What's ,.::;:, GoingToDo? The University ofSouth for the big bucks of the National Football League Big George is on the radar screen of a number of NFL teams. The speedy sack-master has already been labeled a can't-miss prospect. Should George leave, it would be a big loss forUSF. Yankees Buying A World Series The New York Yankees are waving around millions and millions of dollars in an attempt to buy a baseball World Series Championship next baseball season. The Yankees have signed or attempting to sign a number of players to multi-year contracts that surpasses one and a half million dollars. The Y a1;1kees. should be the best. team money elm buy next season. If they don't Win 'the World Series, it w _on't be because they didn't try. : Bowl Games Pastor (Coach).Ronald Ellis has been a motivational coach for the Armwood footbalr team for the past several years. His inspirational words t o them have been: Believe in themselves, Achiev e their dreams, and Maximize all their potentials. B. A. M. is the acronym for his organization. The name is also a part of a book he has wpttenentitled, "B. AM.: How To Realize Your Greatest Potential In Life." Coach Ellis, as he is referred to by the team, encouraged and inspired the Hawks throughout the season, even through they lost to Plant High School for a chance to vie for the state title again.' The Panthers defeated the Hawks and went on to win the 3-A:: State Championship. BucsName Morris Def. CoOrdinator Z Florida has. one of the top defensive lineman in cold lege _in ::;:, e 'nd George The m College football se. a5on is over for the .barrage .. of ):,owl games. Th. plummeting economy of the-United States is affecting these RAHEEM MORRIS Junior, record setting Bull _!, w has made All American two bowl games, TicketS can .l:ii TAMPA B . h .. --ucs coac purchased at many of these . G d th in a row and. is z expected to be an first. bowiS : for.less : .than ... Jon. dr.u at .: .: .. '. . ... secon ary coac eem l.n I:O._ Moi-ris a .yery IJ?.erry pnce, fan at . Christmas this . w round dr,aft pick. : The at USF !s c what will George do? Will *ese bowls IS falling ofl'. ln. Before leaving One Buc fact, schools accept-Place on Christmas Eve iX he stay at .USF .. for .one g mQre year or Will he leave LL ing bow 1 biqs are losing Gruden told money. old Morris that he will TA:\IPA BAY 2008-2009 Football Season "-sept? 1 14 .sept. 21 28 . oct.s . Od.l2 Oct. 19 ;oct. 26 Nov. 23 Noy. 30 Dec.8 Dec.14 Dec. 21 Dec : 28 .Saints [24] vs [20)Btics LOSS-.: Falcons WIN [27] (24] Bean (OT' .. ,. \\'IN:;::,: Biles fll] .: WIN Broncos (16]vs. [13] :Bucs : vs.{3] Panthers .... W,N, .Bu4:s. J20J vs 110} ... .. .. :t9ss Chie(s : Bucs [1 vs. [13)' Vikin gs Bucs [38] vs. [20] Lions Bucs [.23] vs. [20] Saints Panthers [38] vs. [23] Bucs Falcons [13] vs. (10] Dues Chargers [41]@ [24] 1 p.m. Raiders m. WIN WIN LOSS LOSS LOSS replace Monte Kiffin as the Bucs' defensive coordinator beginning In "It was Chril:;tnia:s and .I wanted to give him a Christmas present," said Gruden, who informed his team of the decision Thursday. "I wanted to give him something to be excited about and to reward him for his effort and hard work." Morris' appointment doesn't come : as a great sur_ prise. Since Kiffh{ announced plans to' leave the Bucs 'the University : of Tennessee; many htive': considered Morris a ing candidate to replace him. Now in the second year of his second stint with Tampa Bay, Morris has six years of experience in the Bucs' system. He also has a year of work under his belt as a coordinator, earning that in 2006 at Kansas State University. 'PASTORRONELLIS Motivational Coach Ellis, the team's chaplain; said the praise and recognition for the success of the Armwood football team goes to God. He said his preparation of the team consists of imbedding in their minds that th_ey are destined for greatness -not only in sports but in life. However,. there. is a process: determination, endurance and the passion to succeed, regardless of age, gender, profession and ethnic background. Coach Ellis will not limit his inspirational messages to Armwood next school ter-m He is prepared. to reach players in other schools by mentoring them through Bible-based principles. "I believe my time with Armwood is up and it's time for me to reach some other students," he said. Ellis is a life coach to not only students, but many men and women across the Bay area through his B. A. M. principles. Coach Ellis can be reached at (813) 662-2255 . Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-1921. Garcia, Mickelson, _Hanington Poised For : Challenge On No. 1 -LOS AN-GELES--bystan.der, has watched Long. established as the his. at the world': s .:: No.1 player; top steadily loosen week 'Tiger Wooas now runs by week. . 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. Spurts Bucs Out Of Playoffs With Loss T o Raiders Carnell "Cadillac" Williams grimaces in pain as he's carted off the field during the fourth quarter with an injury to his left knee. Williams was returning after a severe injury to his right knee in 2007. In four g a me s the T a mpa Bay Buccaneers have gone from c o -leaders of the NFC South Division to being home for the playoffs On Sunday, the Bucs dropped their fourthstraight game in a 31-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders at Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs went from being almost .assured of a playoff spot to needing help from the Philadelphia Eagles to grab a wild-card spot. After falling behind early, the Bucs rallied in the third quar' ter, and' took the lead. On a running play, Garnell "Cadillac" Williams ripped off > :a o nide gain before he was tackled and immediately grabbed liis left knee. He was later carriet! from the field. The extent of his injury i s unknown at this time. Williams injured his right knee in 2007 durii1g the pre season. For the game, Williams rushed 12 times for 78 yards and a pair of touchdowns The Raiders also had a good day running the ball with Michael Bush going 27 for 177 yards and a pair of scores Jeff Garcia finished the eY.ening .. with 17 of 33 passes :dompleted, 257 yards and one touchdown. Jemarcus Russell completed 14 of 21 passes for 148 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The Raiders SC{)reilllJ straight points in the fourth quarter to record their fifth win of the season Evans, Mir crowned; Gets Revenge RASHAD EVANS And QUINTON JACKSON Rashad Evans and Frank Mir walked out of the MGM Grand Garden Arena .Saturday in Las Vegas. as champions. Quinton Jackson may have earned something better than a belt: He finally got revenge on Wanderlei Silva. In the UFC 92 main event, the undefeated Evans knocked off UFC light champion Forrest Griffin a's the fight was called midway through the third round. Rashad Evans' groundand-pound strategy proved too much for Forrest Griffin to overcome. Griffin, 29, fighting out of the Xtreme Couture camp, took the center of the Octagon in the first round. He kicked well throughout the period, but Evans nected with a punch to the body and snuck in a jab and a left hook. Evans, 29, caught a kick in the third and moved the fight to the mat, where he did sigq-ificant damage with a series of hammerfists. Griffin seemed to recov e r, but Evans kept up his offense from the top po sition . After posturing up, Evans smashed a right hand into the titleholder's chin. The Greg Jacksontrained fighter then stood and let loose lefts after }efts on Griffin, who appeared to tap as the fight was called at 2:46 Jackson Extracts .. _Revenge. After taking two beatings f rom Wanderle' i Silva, Jackson paid.the Brazilian back with a left \loq k the jaw that knocked him out 3:21 into the first round. The third time proved to be the charm for Quinton Jackson. In the exchange that ended the fight, The Axe Murderer began to wing his strikes. Jackson. covered up well, countered with the hook and dropped Silva cold to the canvas. Jones Placed on Inactive List DAMON JONES MILWAUKEE Milwaukee Bucks guard Damon Jones r ejoine d the t eam for its g a m e Saturday night against the Detroit Pistons. Jones was obtaine d on Aug. 13 in a three-team trade. Jones was obtaine d from Cleveland due to salary purposes, but had never participated with the team by mutual agreement as the Bucks worked with his agent in an attempt to trade him. When a deal never materialized, Jones reported to the team on Saturday night, alld was inactive. Jones, 32, a 10-year NBA veteran, has a $4.66 million contract that expires at the end of the season. Wade Helps Famlly IJisplaced -.By Fire DWYANEWADE MIAMI --When Dwyane Wade heard the plight of a South Florida woman whose nephew accidentally burned down her home -and ruined all the family's possessions -the Miami Heat star knew he had t o do something. So he helped the family move into a new home, just in time for Chri&. tmas. Wade presented Dawn Smith with the ultimate Christmas gift on Wednesday-the keys to a her new house, along with some furnishings, clothing and gifts to make sure her family has a joyous holiday, something that didn't seem likely just a few weeks ago. His Wade's World foundation will make some payments on the home, while Smith and her family get back on their feet TOSHA As we head into the New Year, how about taking Tosha along as fhis week's Beauty : Unlimited feature. Tosha stands 5'6" tall and says her future plan is to become a computer technician. Tosha's philosophy of life is: "Dreams are for dreamers." When it comes to the man in her life, Tosha said he must be the kind of man that understands a woman like her and will try to get to know her. Just looking at this photo proves Tosha Is worth knowing. For now, get to know her as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. ., r-0 ::D en m z -1 z m r;m c: r rm z ., c: u; :l: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., ::D c ..... U1

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co g Funerals C\1 0 C") a: w III ::lE w () w c a: w > w c w :I: (/) m :J 0.. z i= w ...J ...J JAMES DAWKINS James Dawkins passed away in Boston, MA, on Sunday, December 21. His funeral will be in Boston on December 30, 2008. A memorial service will be held in Tampa-at a time to be announced. The family can be reached at 113 Copeland St., Brockton, MA, 023tn. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GRANDMA LEILA HOGAN :J It's been 6 years since DiJ you've been gone and every...J day you remain in our W hearts. We love and miss you Z so much. Merry Christmas. i= your children ffi and grandkids. (/)
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Crime News Parents -Jailed After Disputes With Kids JACQUELINE WILLIAMS Two parents were arrested over the weekend after disputes with their children. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies report that a woman was charged with child abuse after she allegedly hit her 13-yearold son several times in an argument over the television remote control Saturday morning. Deputies said Jacqueline Williams, 38, grabbed her son by the throat and hit him on the face and head at least three tim,es with her open hand. EARAJ MIRZAVAND On Friday night, deputies said a Riverview man was arrested after he fought his t eenager daughter over the family's dogs Deputies said Earaj Mirzavand, 49, and his 16-year-old daughter started arguing and the fight escalated when Mirzavand pushed her into a wall, knocking her unconscious A witness reported seeing I Mirzavand straddle his daughter and choke her, but she was helped and taken into a bedroom 1 0-Year-Oid Shot !By c o .usin MIRACLE JOHNSON POLK COUNTY -The Polk County Sheriffs Office reports that a 10-year-old Fort Meade girl was shot and killed by her 11-year old cousin. Police said Jacques Thomas,. 11, was playing with a gun when it fired, shooting Miracle Johnson. Reports indicate Johnson was shot in the head. Detectives said Miracle, Jacques and Jacques' younger sister, 5-year-old r Shnijah Wiggins, were in a bedroom when the shooting occurred. Jacques' brothers, 8-year-old Joshua Wiggins was entering the bedroom when the gun fired. The children's great grandmother, Arthur Ree Murry, 28, was in the kitchen at the time of the. shooting. Detectives said the gun used in the shooting legally belongs to 24-year-old Ivory Demetrius Johnson, Miracle's uncle. The gun was in the bed-. room Johnson shared with Miracle. Johnson was riot home at the time of the sh. ooting. According to Ms. Murry, Miracle got her name because she was so small when she was born. She weighed only 1.24 pounds. The Sheriffs Office has stopped short of calling the shooting accidental at this time. '248-1921 Young Lakeland Man Killed On The Dance Floor MARC METELUS LAKELAND -Lakeland Police are looking for a suspect who shot a man at a club Thursday. Lakeland Police said the Gonzo Nightclub, 1239 East Memorial. Boulevard, was packed when Marc Metelus, 23, was on the dance floor. Police said an unknown suspect approached Metelus and shot him as he danced. He was pronounced dead at the scene No arrests have been made in the shooting, and police are interviewing witnesses. Teenager Shot At McDonald's PINELLAS COUNTYPinellas County Sheriffs deputies are investigating a report of shots fired at a local fast food restaurant last Tuesday night. Deputies said the incident occurred at McDonald's Restaurant, 4147 49th Street, North around 11:30 p.m. -According to reports, the 14-year-old victim was with two others and had walked from his residence to the restaurant. As the three walked up to the restaurant door, deputies said a car pulled up and someone in the car fired several shots at the three teenagers, striking one of them in the hand. The suspect vehicle is .' described as a dark green car. No description was given of a possible suspect in the shooting. The victim was treated and released from a local hospital. UNCLE SANDY ---------------------3,5,"When man is wrapped up in himself, he makes a 7, 8,17,23,27,31.32,35,43, 48 pretty small package. -i c m (/) Suspect, Victim Identified In Fatal Police Shooting c }< c m (") m 3: aJ m ::D Co) MASON SAMBORSKI OAK PARK, Mich --An Oak Park police officer, Mason Samborski, was shot and killed early Sunday morning in the area of 10 Mile arid Greenfield roads, police said. Samborski, 28, was performing a routine traffic stop in the area, which lead to an investigation at a nearby home. That is where the shooting took place Samborski was a fouryear veteran of the force, JONATHON BELTON police said. He was married with one child. Police are still searching for the suspect, Jonathon Belton, 16, of Detroit. He was last seen driving a 1997 Jeep Cherokee with license plate BEF 5904. The vehicle is possibly blue or green. It is believed that Belton left the area, but police are still searching. .... Seve_ral area police are assisting Oak Park with the investigation. 9 N 0 0 co 'T1 r 0 ::D en m z ::::! z m r;aJ c r r m ::::! z ., c aJ r Man Shot Whi'le Playing Dotninos c;; ::I: m 0 m < m At 2:15p.m. Sunday, Tampa Poljce were called to 29th Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. When they arrived, it was determined a group of inen had been playing dominos when an unknown Black male-wearing a ski mask and armed' with a gun confronted them. During the confrontation, one of the men, Samuel Hardy, stood up from the table. As a result, he was shot once-in the left leg. The suspect fled on foot. The incident is under c m (/) 0 ))! )> z 0 investigation and Hardy reportedly suffered what officials say are indications i5 of several frac'tures to his leg. ... Man Finds Cash:At Home Depot, 1Wice: A Maine man found a wallet stuffed with cash, on the floor in a home improvement. store. Two days later, he found a loaded money bag in the same store. Gil Steward was shopping Tuesday at The Home Depot in Auburn when he spied the wallet, which was stuffed with nearly $1,000 in $100 bills He returned it to The Home Depot store's service : .. counter, a'nd it was returned to a very grateful. owner. On Thursday, in the same hour and at the same store, Steward saw a green money bag on the floor. Again, it was returned to its rightful owner. His wife, Dee, said her husband thinks he's being tested. As for Steward, he said he plans to play the lottery C) this weekend. m """"

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00 0 0 N 0 M rx: w m :E w () w c >=II( c CJ) w :J .... a -u. a z c c en w ::t .... w > w c w ::1: CJ) :::i ID ::;) a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::t ID ...J w z i= z w CJ) c( c iE 0 ...J u. 00 .... w (!) <(' a.. ssifieds NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on January 7, 2009 at 9:00a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address code section violated, and legal descr i ption of subject property in that order The hea ri ng will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged v i olations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and ev i dence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE# 07-29296 CASE# 08-16733 CASE# 08-18254 CASE# 08-19498 CASE # 08-20126 BARROS, SUZAN CANALES, WALTER WILLIAMS, ALFRED FONTE ROGER VILLANUEVA, HERIBERTO AND 15608 COCHESTER RD., TAMPA, FL 1708 MARVY AVE., TAMPA, FL 4303 E. OSBORNE AVE., TAMPA, FL 1514 E. DIANA ST ., TAMPA, FL AQUINO, MARIA SECTIONS : 19-47 AND 19-50 SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49, 19-50 AND SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49, AND 19-50 SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-50 AND 19-231 7001 LAKESHORE DR., TAMPA, FL TAMPA PALMS 4A UNIT 1 19-56 EASTERN HEIGHTS RIVERBEND MANOR SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-46, 19-50 LOT4 BLOCK 9 TILSEN MANOR BLKS 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 8, LOT42 LOT 14 BLOCKY AND 19-233 34758 1522 9, 10, 11, 13,16, 17, 18 154591.0000 14955,.0000 TEMPLE CREST UNIT NO 3 CASE t OJ-13304 LOTS BLOCK2 LOT 12 BLOCK 56 SAi:TERFIELL GEO E. HALEY, GEO R. 141279 0000 CASE I OJ-11385 CASE t OI-1HI7 148743 0000 HALEY, RANDY L., GIL R, BRYANS. All, KIM ALLEN, MAUREENA 1401 N. SEMMES ST., TAIFA, FL CASE I 011-17252 1024 E. CARACAS ST., TAMPA, FL 11013 N 14TH ST., AlB, TAIFA, FL CASE t 08-20150 SECTION : 19-49 BROWN, JEROME C. SECTION : 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50AND 19-232 ST-CYR, WOOLINE OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF 1311 N. 13TH ST., TAMPA, FL DEMOREST SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION 1107 E. 27TH AVE., TAMPA, FL LOTS 59 AND 60 AND E% CLOSED SECTIONS: 1t-IO, AND 11-232 LOT1 BLOCK4 LOT 3 AND W% OF ALLEY ABLITTING SECTIONS : 19-233 AND 19-234 LLEY ABLITTING 'rnEREON THEREON REINA VICTORIA 145598 0000 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION 1711145. 0000 BLOCK81 LOT 6 AND N% OF CLOSED ALLEY LOT 1 0 AND 11 AND E 5 FT CLOSED 148957.0000 IABUTIING ON s jALLEY ABLITTING CASEtCII-13112 CASE t 01-11317 172815 0000 CJWIF, STACEY ONWBLOCK24 RODRIGUEZ, MEUZA CASE I 2102 E. ELUCOTI ST., T,._,A, FL 148440 0000 12021!. CARACAS ST., TAMPA, fL ALVAREZ, NIURKA CASE I 08-204411 SECTIONS : 19-47 AND 19-50 SECTION : 19-231 1201 N. 11TH ST., TAMPA, FL REYNOLDS, ALLEN Ill, REYNOLDS, LMNGSTON HEIGHTS CASE t 01-17312 DEMOREST SECTION : 19-50 JACQUELINE LPT 18 BLOCK 2 PHILPOT, RALPH J. LOT 5 BLOCK 2 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO 21105 N. 9TH ST., TAMPA, FL 1563e8.0000 1314 E SLIGH AVE ., TAMPA, FL 171640.0000 SULPHUR SPRINGS SECTIONS : 19-49, AND19-231 SECTION : 19-233 LOT 33 AND E % CLOSED ALLEY BONNIEHAVEN CASE t 01-15150 HARXHI, SHEPTIM LEONARD TERRACE CASE. 08-111494 ABUTTING THEREON S % OF LOT 7 BLOCK 1 11617 N. MULBERRY ST, AlB TAMPA, FL E 35FT OF LOT 19 AND W24 FT OF TIEN, JESSICA 149596 0000 1 86901. 0000 SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19 50 LOT20 1301 E. FRIERSON AVE., TAMPA, FL PR'OPERTY ORANGE TERRACE 170116.0000 SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-56 CASE t 011-20063 CASE tl 08-20535 LOT 21 AND W% OF ALLEY ABLITTING ANDERSON R M SUBDIVISION LOT 2 CABADO, ANDRES AND CABADO, AARON, DANIEL ONE BLOCK 10 CASE I OII-171H 171437 0000 SHANNON 3303 N. 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL 145572.5000 MUFF, SANDRA 1113 MERIOEL AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-26, 19-46, 19-49, 8920 N. 21ST ST., TAMPA, FL CASE # 08-18701 SECTIONS : 19-232. 19-50, AND AND 19-50 CASE t OJ-18151 SECTI,ON : 19-50 DOMDROWSKI, PAUL TILSEN MANOR BLKS 2 3 4, 5, 6 8 9, NEBRASKA EAST REVISED MAP OF THOMPSON, JIMMIE LOT 18 TOGETHER WITH S Y.. AND W KIES SUBDIVISION 4218 N 13TH ST., TAMPA, FL 10 11, 13, 18. 17 AND 18 911 E. 22ND AVE., TAMPA, FL LOT 7 BLOCK 10 %OF VACATED ALLEYS ABUTIING SECTIONS : 19-26 LOT 1 AND % CLOSED ALLEY SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 186426.0000 ABUTTING ON WEST NEBRASKA HEIGHTS SOUTH 141388 0000 CARLTON PLACE E 98 FT OF LOT 1 149308 0000 LOT 27 ANDVACATED ALLEY CASE I 08-20542 186585 0000 .ABUTIING THEREOF CASE tl 01-20112 CONLON, SEAN J. LAWSON, DELVIN R. CASE t1 011-17807 172368 eooo 3519 N. 12TH ST TAMPA, FL CASE t 08-11208 ADAMS, MONROE Ill 1019 E. 19TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-26 19-46, 19-49 AND BURKE, JAMES L SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 19-50 ADAMS; MARJORIE T ., CASE# 011-19097 19-50 1705 E. NOME ST., TAMPA, FL AND ADAMS JOHN M. AWONIYI, SYLVANUS 19-233 19-234 BAKER'S J M SUBDIVISION SECTIONS : 19-49, 19-50 AND 27 129 AND 27-77 TABLE 4-1 FERN CLIFF 1112 E. IDLEWILD AVE., TAMPA, FL 8421 N 17TH ST., AlB, TAMPA FL ROBERTS HORATIO N LOT 5 BLOCK 10 LOT 281 AND W% OF LOT 280 SECTIONS : 19-49,19-50 AND 27-129 SECTION : 19-231 W 52 % FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 1 AND A 172910 0000 149943 0000 LOT BEG 529 72 FT E OF SWCOR OF OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF STRIP 1 FTWIDE IMMEDIATELY NWY.OF NWY. LOTS 333 AND 334 AND W% CLOSED ADJOINING SAID LOT ON THE NORTH CASE I 08-20574 CASE tl 08-11532 OF SE Y. & RUNE 50FT N 138 66 FT ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON TOGETHER WITH N% OF VACATED BENNETI, ANDREW L. 1S09 E. KNOLL WOOD ST., TAMPA, FL MOORE, TAWANDA L. AND MARK W 50FT & S 138 66 FT TO BEG LESS 145699 0000 ALLEY ABUTIING 1215 E. HOLLAND ST TAMPA, FL S25 FTFORST 186944 0000 SECTION : 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-48, 19-49 AND 19-50 150307 0000 CASE tl 08-19285 RIVERBEND MANOR NEBRASKA AVENUE HEIGHTS HARRIS, HENRY LEE AND CASE tl 08-20118 LOTS BLOCKW LOTS 15 TO 181NCL BLOCK '21 149529 0000 143892 0000 CASE t 01-18144 HARRIS, CAROLYN CONLON, SEAN J. LUZEY, CESAR OMAR 11104 N. BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL 1019 E. 19TH AVE., Y., TAMPA, FL -SECTIONS: 19-233 AND 11-234 CASE t 08-20511 .. t : .. 'l_, y'. CASE t OJ-111695 LUZEY, DEBORA K. SECTION : 19-2 33 ; 19-49; 19-50; AND GASTON, RITA R. : :'l!l;. ... HULBURT, RYAN 1307 E. ELLICOTI ST., TAMPA, FL 19-234 ROBERTS HORATIO N 1701 E. DIANA ST., TAMPA F,L .-: <_. 1304 E. 15TH AVE., TAIFA, FL SECTIONS : 18-50AND 19-56 SULPHUR HILL 2 52 Y.. FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 1 AND A SECTION : 19-50 0 SECTIONS : 19-49, AND 19-50 STRIP 1 FT WIDE IMMEDIATELY -.. HANLEY HEIGHTS N40 FTOF E 75 FTOF LOT 10 RIVERBEND MANOR -:._ .... '? CUSCADEN AND WELLS : ADJOINING SAID LOT ON THE NORTH E % OFliO:r& BLOCK 2 1 LOT 55 ,. BLOCK3 tOT 1 AND W% Oli-lOT 2 BLOCK A-1' 197977.0000 171850.0000 145785.0000 188944 0000 149563.0000 .\ IN ACCORDANCE .WITH THE AMERICANS VIIITH DISABILITIES ACT ANp SECTION 286 26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS VIIITH DISABILITIES SPECIAL 0 PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE . .; INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING LEY FOXX KNOWLES ITYCLERK LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS ................ EMPLOYMENT .................. HOMES FOR SALE/RENT APARTMENTS ................... DUPLEXES. ................ ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES .............. LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN . .. -.: ... ; .O.r Fax Yo .ur Ads 24/7

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING January 7 2009 (CONTINUED) CASE# 0820654 DELGADO MAR I A 4213 E RICHMERE ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9-49. 19-50 1 9 -233, AND 19-23 4 TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION UNIT NO 3 LOTS 13, 14, AND 15, BLOCK 105 1 42135 0000 CASE # 0820855 COLON FAMILY LAND TRUST #2104 2104 E 17TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECT I ONS : 19-49AND 19-50 BANZA BANZA LOT BEG 2 5 FT W OF NE COR OF LOT 7 AND RUN W 20 FT S 26 FT W 1 p FT S 50 FT E 30 FT & N 76 FT TO POB BLOCK 13 187723 0000 CASE# 08-21356 CUEVAS BRENDA 9412 N BROOKS ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, AND 19-50 FAIRV I EW TERRACE LOT 17 BLOCK 3 147125 0000 CASE f 08, 21449 CESAIRE, SAMUEL 5 HAMILTON HEATH DR., TAMPA FL SECTION:-t9-50 HAMIL TON HEATH REVISED MAP LOT13 169523 0000 CASE I 08-2145CL PUISSEAU, EvELYN 3 HAMILTON HEATH DR TAMPA;-FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 HAMILTON HEATH REVISED MAP LOT12 169522 0000 CASE f 0821523 FLEURY JEAN L. 2908 N 13TH ST., TAMPA, Fl SECT I ONS : 19-46 19-49 AND 19:50 SEIVER'S SUBDIVISION N.Y. OF LOT 1 & TI-IAT PART OF NY. OF L OT 2 DESC AS BEG AT I)IE COR AND RUN W 11. 1 5 FT S 18FT SWLY 1 9 .16 FT TO PT 1.4 FT.W OF,. E & 10. 5 FT N OF S BDRY S 1 0 5 FT E 14 FL & N 4 7 5 FT TO BEG BLOCK 6 186743 0000 CASE t 08-21666 HURLBURT, RYAN .... 8016 N.11TH ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : ''19-49 AND 19-50 ADDI T ION LoTs 1 1 AN"i:i-e s FT C LOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCK 55 146857 0000 CASE,_ 08-21688 selLER; STEVEN J. 4602 N 31TH ST TAMPA ;FL SECTIONS : 111-48, AND 19 -50 HOLLOMAN S J J LO h e BLOCK 3 154336 0000 CASE# 08-21901 FILS HUMANIE 8720 N BROOKS ST AlB, TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19-231 AND 19-232 ORANGE TERRACE LOT 3 & E Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTT ING THEREON BLOCK 7 145522 0100 CASE # 08-22168 OATES BERTHA LEE AND OATES THOMAS CALEB 2920 E. 20TH AVE. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, 19-49 AND 19-50 GREENVILLE SUBDIVISION PLAT 3 PG 50 LOT 16 BLOCK 1 188465 0000 CASE# 08-22491 DEUTSCHE BANK; NATIONAL TRUST C/0 CITI RESIDENTIAL LENDING I 8113 N SEMMES ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-50 H ENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS LOT 166 & WY. CLOSED ALLEY ABUT TING THEREON 149686.0000 CASE # 08-22494 ROBILLO, SOLEDAD 8117 N SEMMES ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50 AND 19-56 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS WT 164 & W Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 149685 0100 CASE f 08-23032 GOODMAN, CECILIA C 47!)4 E TEMPLE HEIGHTS RD TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 TERRACE PARK SUBD I VISION LOTS 26 AND 27 BLOCK 18 141851. 0000 CASE#. 08-23 1 90 nAI DVIIOI CIIUC::UilJ,-e" AlJn CASANOVA ARMANDO 7906 N MULBERRY ST., AlB, TAMPA, FL SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LQT 8 AND E 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON W BLOCK 70 147014 0000 CASE 1'08-23238 JOHNSON, JESSE JR. ANDJOHNSON,NATASHA 6401 JULIE ST ., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 sTEPHEN FOSTER HIGHLANDS ADDTION 9 .. 150444 0000 CASE I 08-23471 POSA,SAM 7114 LAKESHORE DR., TAMPA, Fl CASE # 08-23632 NIEVES, OSCAR 4618 WEBSTER ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-50 ZION HEI GHTS ADD I T ION LOT92 1568 7 1.0010 CASE # 08-23904 FREEMAN, SOPHIA 1601 E. NOME ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 1946 AND 19-50 FERN CLIFF LOT 293 149953 0000 CASE # 08-24092 DAVIS, WANDA 9801 N. 10TH ST AlB, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46AND 19-50 CASTLE HEIGHTS MAP LOTS 17 AND 18 BLOCK B 144027 0000 CASE f 08-24148 FERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE AND ORTIZ, MARIA 8712 N. BROOKS ST. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-231 AND 27-77 TABLE 4-1 ORANGE TERRACE LOTS 7 AND 8 AND E Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON BLOCK 7 145524 0000 CASE # 08 ; 24178 FREEMAN, SOPHIA 3016 N 16TH TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 111-49, AND 19-50 LA CARBAYERA I.:OTS 6 AND 7 AND E Y. OF CLOSED ALLEY ON W BLOCK 6 187239 0100 CASE # 08-24243 COMBS, TORRANCE 4238 E. CAYUGA ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 1 9-50 19-56, AND 27-124 EASTERN HEIGHTS 1ST ADDITION LOT82 154767 0000 CASE # 08-24281 TINSLEY, INDIA 8623 N 16TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233 19-5A3 & 4 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 203 AND 204 AND W Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 145650.0000 CASE tl 08-24312 CRESCENZO LAND HOLDINGS INC C/0 , REG AGT : . -C: 3407 N. FL : . < ... r ;_,. HOMESTEAD .. i OT BEG SW C'dR OF.: . -. LOT 5 & RUNE 114FT N 38 FTW36 FT S 4 .FT W 78 FT AND S 34. FT :TO BEG BLOCK& CASE108-21737 SECTION: 19-50AND 19 58 SANnAGO, MELISSA AND ROMERo, A TRACT LYING IN sw y. OF NW y. cAse 108 24431 113157.oooO EDWIN REYES DE .sc AS FOLLows: FR POB WHICH WALKER ; c . .-.. 8412 N 20nfST TAMPA, Fl IS PT -OF.J NTERSECTION OF WLY 1007 E. ESKIMO : AVE., TAMPA, FL. SECTIONS : 19:..CiiAND 19so EXTENSION SLY BDRY OF. LOT 19 SECTIONS : 19-49. 19-so. A N o HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP SOUTH BLOCK 42 Ti:f,.1PLE cREST SUB SPRING HILL ADD I TION . -; ', CORRECTEDMAP 145402 0100 . !Wv LINE OF LAKE SHORE DR THN S 84 LOTS 13 AND 14 AND N y. CLOSED CASE f 08-21854 MC NEILL ROBERT J JACKSON BETTY JO 6008 N FLORA VISTA AVE. TAMPA,FL SECTIONS : 19-50 AND 19-231 LAKEWOOD MANOR 170519 0000 CASE# 08-21894 TAVAREZ DOMINGO 8709 N BROOKS ST TAMPA, Fl SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 19-233 ORANGE TERRACE LOT 17 & W Y. CLOSED ALLEY ABUT.TING THEREON BLOCK6 145546 0000 -OEG 44 MIN 24 SEC W 50. 3 FT MOL TO ALLEY THEREON WATER S EDGE OF HILLSBOROUGH B L OCK 5 .. R iVERTOAPTDESIGNATEOY ,BEGAT .' POB THN Nlllii!Y AlG LAKE SHORE DR 146066 0000 AN ARC OF CURVE WITH A RADIUS OF CASE # 08-24552 1145 FT CHD BRG N 11 DEG 09 MIN 48 BENNETT, KEVIN SEC W 93.90 FT THN S 78 DEG 57 MIN 2024 E. FAIRBANKS ST TAMPA, FL 09 SEC W47. 5 FTMOL TO WATER S SECTION : EDGE OF H i LLSBOROUGH RIVER THN HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP SOUTH SLY ALG WATER'S EDGE 90 FT TO PT Y LOTS 47 AND 48 BLOCK G 148280 0000 145387 0000 CASE# 08-23612 MARSHALL ALVAELINDA 1010 E CAYUGA ST TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-56 GONZALEZ SIMON SUB LOT2 BLOCK2 172124 0020 CASE tl OS24814 MARIA WILSON M. 1007 E. SITKA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-50 AND 19-46 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION E 54. 2 FT OF l OT 10 BLOCK 54 1 46836 0000 PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT INVITATION TO BID The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, F lorida, seeks sealed bids from qual i fied bidders for Sulphur Springs Elementary School Parking Lot Construction located at 8412 13th Street Tampa, Florida 33604, in Hillsborough County, F l orida The scope of the project irl'Ciudes earthwork, asphalt pavement. drainage pond construction sodding and miscellaneous items with an estimated construction cost of between $174,000 and $406 000 Qualif ied firms can submit bids to the Hillsborough County Public Schools Procurement Departme n t on th e 3rd Floor of the Raymond 0 Shelton School Administrati ve Center, 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602 until bid opening at 3 : 00 p m on Thursday January 8 2009 The b i d documents include specific bid submittal requirements. Hillsborough County Public Schools maintains general requirements appl i cable to all construct i on-related bids on the web s i te at http :/1168. 254 1 35/documents/standards/index .htm. Bidders must submit a bid bond equal to 5% of the bid with their b id. Bids over $100,000 must include the costs of required surety bonds. The successful bidder must also provide evidence of required insurance prior to proceeding with the work The bid documents provide specific requirements for bid and surety bonds and insurance . Bidden; are subject to the Hillsborough County Public Schools Small Business Encouragement Program as described in the bid documents : Bidders may obtain up to two (2) complete sets of bid documents in PDF format on CD at no cost from Kis j nger Campo & Associates Corp., 210 North Franklin Street, Suite 400, tampa, Florida 33602 Phone : 813-871-5331 Hillsborough County Public Schools reserves the r i ght to award the bid to the lowest and/or best responsible bidder to waive any informality or irregu larity in a h y bid o f to reject any a nd all bids received THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Use Refund Wisely This Year! Next Certified Pharmac.y Technician Review Course Also Available First Aid CPR, AED & Others Call All)ed Health Career Educatonl 813-952-0TEK(0835) -Person Needed To Provide ... 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