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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area II A ___ --_ II I II SEE STORY ON PAGE 1.4-A : Judge lan1ed To Court 01 Appeal SEE PAGE 2-A lon1inees Picked For POLICE MAJOR HELPS CUB SCOUTS TROOP GET UNIFORMS Recently, Tampa Pollee Department Major Sophie Teague, the former Major of Uniform District II, observed a group of Cub Scouts In the Sulphur Springs area wearing tee shirts and blue jeans because they didn't have uniforms. Major Teague helped with a fundraiser that raised enough money to purchase 10 uniforms. However, an additional 10 uniforms are still needed. Shown In this photograph are som e members of Cub Scout Pack 1952. The Cub Scouts are: Brandon White, Amarain Payne, Armani Payne, Anthony Payne, and LeAndre Brown. The adults are Cub Earl Silas left, Tampa Polic e Major Sophie Teague, center and Captain John Newman who is currently assigned to Uniform District 11. Captain Newman is presenting Major Teague with a plague of Appreciation. Tns Chasen For Inauguration Trip -SEE PAGE 6 A Hon1e Operator Gets Probation SEE P A GE 3 A r

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8 Features N .................................................................................................... ... a; > a: <( ::::: z <( ..., >ft a: Organizations To Present Pre-Inaugural Gala u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the week of January 19th, people from throughout the country, and perhaps the world will be in Washington, D. C., to witness the swearing in of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States. For those who are unable to make the trip, events will take place in cities throughout the coun try. In keeping with the festivities planned, two Tampa organizations, the Hillsborough County Democratic Black caucus and the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter have C joined forces. The organizaii: tions will joiptly sponsor "A &&. Pre-Presidential Inaugural Gala in honor of c( President-Elect Barack Hussein Obama. Q : The event will be held on tn Saturday, January 17th, at the Westshore Hotel; 1200 N. Westshore Blvd. Ms. Marion Cole, w > w c w ::r:::: tn :::i m ::::: a. z t= w ..J o..J ::::: m ..:.. w z t= ffi tn C a: 0 ..J u. MS. MARION COLE . President, National Coalition of :too Black Women, Inc., Tampa Ba:y Chapter President of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter said, "We are putting the finishing touches on the gala. We are having it because we feel that we now have something to celebrate. We feel that we are now a part of the political process. "We realize that everyone can not go to Washington, but that does not mean that everyone can't take part in DR. H. BRUCE MILES . President Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus the festivities in their hometqwns. People all over the country are planning events for that week." .Dr. H. Bruce Miles, President of the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus said, "The Black Caucus is happy to be a part of this event as a co-sponsor as a way of saying thank you for your in the election." -C :oun .. Qn Vfe
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Features , c _;;. :a 0 onender: ltlue :12,-Caretakers Feel JJ Is A Product 01 His-E :nvironment No Jail-For Boarding Home. Operator Authorities charged boarding home operator, Daphne Jones, with 18 counts of elderly abuse in ; z c l> :a -< age of 26, trou-down With him an? his b f e has found the young man 'a_nd tned to_ once again. find a_ get .. On May 2, 2003, Revear -to become a pro-was-ar-rested for cocaine pos-ductive m _ember society. session, and was sentenced Fqr a while, their efforts t 5 s tate pr'son b th h 'l o year m a s 1 pr,ovell to e wor w 1 e. He was released Octobe r : Pastors. Robert and 2008 Brenda Fruster invited Wnlter to li ve in their home When Reve.ar was released his address at that i n : an effort to change his time. was a residen ce in su:rrourrdings . Williston, Florida. Somehow "He lived with us for 5 he found his way back to years, from 1998 until Hillsborough County. 2002," said Pastor Brenda On Tuesday, Revear Fnister. found himself once again in living with the trouble when Tampa Police Frusters, Revear was still arrested him on charges of haying problems with the burglary, grand theft, and law Oil May 22, 2000, he obstruction. He is currently was arrested for grand theft auto and was detained for being held with his bond set at $10,000. two years in a state juvenile Pastor Fruster said they facility. On his release, he didn't know Walter had returned to live with the b 1 d f Frusters. .. . e e ? re ease rom W . ..... !f-hefr last contact with him h!le he hved w1th us, . 2007 we though_t he had the gift of our he's still a leadership, but somehow b tn. r II . ... .part of our fam1ly He.wrote eca e a 10 ower. P t F t 'd -to us a lot when h e was as or rus er sa1 some . . f th bl h d h mcarcerated. We will try to o e pro e an er v-isit him in jail and see husband expenence were -, I th t f -1 t what we can do. t s never c;1 a ami y env1ronmen .. Practicing Law In: Criminal Def e n s e Fam.ily Law Personallnjurv :. --Attornev & C ouus e l or A.t Lmv ::Cypi-es s Poin t Office Park-. J LOOI-1-N Dale i\-'Iabry. Suit .HlJ T a mpa; norida 3 3 618 (813)269-97 06 Fax:f813 ) 960 =064J hiru1:z t>f :1 l:myer l i ::u inlj>'.u t :mt c!.:!.'l s iCJtl tl::'t HJXl l)llt\'t t 1 iYIIII.!fi!K. ftt (mt a ... II" ( r t.; \\T H ftU I Ulff'ltt:'ll : ( .. l .. ( 1\lf llt:Ji t /lt.;', l l l t .' ii S PASTORS ROBERT AND BRENDA FRUSTER ... JJ lived with them for 5 years and thought of them as his family. too late to reach out to some one. I'd hate to see him spend the rest of his life incarcerated." Pastor Fruster said Walter just n eeds to be r emoved from the negative e n vironment that keeps influencing his life. "Walter n e v e r had a chance to grow up. We a ll want the best for him and the o pp ortunity for growth a nd c h a n ge i s s till the r e W e s till b elieve in him. W e jus t h a v e t o m a k e him beli e ve in himself." October 2007. On Thursday, Jones pled guilty to a single misdemeanor count of culpable negligence and prosecutors dropped the other 17 charges. She was ci'rdered to serve six months probation and perform 25 hours 9f community service. .. ,. DAPHNE JONES The charges were filed after residents were found in bunk beds and windowless rooms while. the heat index outside reached over 100 degrees at the West Tampa boarding home. Jones said conditions at the boarding home were blown out of proportion and a man with an axe to grind "T1 sent police there the same r-day the air conditioner broke down. c An attorney representing Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Wills Call Us. We Can Help. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 The hiring of a lawyer I s an Important decision that shou l d not be based solely upon advertisements Before you decide, ask us to send you FREE written I nformation about our qualifiCations and experience! )> en m z m r-1 m c r rm -i z ., c m r-u; :I: m o m < m :a -< c m en c )> z c :a c 495-3702 G) m w I )> .

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0) g Editorials & Columns N c a: u. c z < c en w ::> .... > a: w > w c w ::J: en :J m ::> a. z t= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z t= z W en < c a: 0 ...J u. w CJ c( a. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990 94 C P Timelntemational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: 'Fiorida Senlinet Bulletin, P.O. Box33&3 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Tampa, FL W.W ; : 'And'ffiWs 1874-1931 C. Andre\fS 190h, 1977 (1845) ... t=ounde" c sLYTHE ;,.Ni>.RE,w. s ; :jR. S. KAY C. BLYTHE ANDREWs : m, P"RESJi:U;NT/CONTROLLER GWEN )iAYES, EDiT' OR : IRIS EDitOR BETTY KEITH GEORGE, CIRCUI,A!ION AN.D PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Soth ditions : $87 .00-Per Year Bothj:ditions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Gue s t Writ ers do not necessarily rellect the editorial stance of J"he Florida Sentinel Bullatln or the Publi sher Historv Comes To Bible-Basec ampa is no stranger to Black celebrities. Luminaries leader-educator W. E. B. DuBois, singer-activist ''''''''''''''n-. - Robeson, educator Mary McLeod Bethune and even the immortal Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. have been known to make their way to the bus-stop, train depot and airports of our city. Tampa felt comfortable and honored when,. one of the most important, if not most controversial Black minister's of the 21st century visited Tampa and shared what was on his mind. Rev. Jeremiah Wright, pf Chicago, Illinois, who once boasted President-Elect Barack Obama as a member of his congregation and continues to call him a close friend, took the pulpit of Tampa's Bible-Based Church. of Temple Terrace. Pastored by Rev. Earl Mason, who himself is no stranger to social Gospel and the art of "Hoopology." BibleBased resonated 'from the words of a man Jeremiah Wright-who was as much a child of God as he was a man of America, weaving tales of his Philadelphia, Pennsylvania childhood into lessons of wisdom and salvation that continuously brought onlookers to their feet. From Sunday through Wednesday, Wright brought fire, lightning and levity to the hundreds who packed the church. At the end of each evening, the weary, but affabJe pasto.r opened himself to shake liands with well-wishers,,"before r .eturning to his hotel room and. to a well.,deserved, .though short-lived reSt. On behalf of,Tampa-Hills.'County,we wish to thaitk Rev. Mason and his church for to. Tampa a man who can only be described as a Modern.,day .John the Baptist. It us as in daysor ohl, .we too, are apart of .History. Budget CUts A Miner Of Character a ReVIew Of The Greatlilrtssien '' . - : - . events up_ to .:.Gre!J.t Depression : hav_ e been dissected and observed from every possible angle. aut, the. b.o.ttom.line is, no matter what historians say caused it, it took its toll on the world. Some facts about the Great Depression include the number of years that it lasted as well as its effect on the world at large. The Great Depression began at the end of 1929 and continued until the early 1940s. In its wake, the stock market crashed, banks faile -d, and long-stand ing businesses folded. People lost their jobs as unemployment reached an all-time high they lost their homes, their savi ngs and "so up lines" became the norm. People who normally wouldn't accept charity found that charity was the only method of survival. At its worst point, millions of people were unemploy ed. President Frankiili Delano Roosevelt was elected as president in 1932, during what was probably the worst of the Depression. He introduced several programs that became known as "The New Deal." Those programs created a role for government in the area of social services and created government assistance on a national level. Under his guidance, pro jects such as road construc tion, bridges, and dams came into existence that provided work for thousands of Americans. President Roosevelt's plan was to provide relief, recovery and reform for the American people. President Roosevelt. inherited the country at its worst. aut, his programs are credited with helping the country's recovery by providing a greater role of the federal government. President Roosevelt went on to become the first president to be elected by the :fQUt consecutive terms: H:is death on April J2, :1945. ended his fourth term :. Now, we come to the situatibn that President-Elect ''Barack Obama will face as the 44th President of the United States. While arguably, the condition of the country is not as bad as the Great Depression, it is a close rival. Even before being sworn into office, President-Elect Obama is already facing fail ing banks, established busi nesses filing bankruptcy and closing their doors, the of residential homes the loss of savings, and high unemploy ment. The difference i -s, President-Elect Oban,..a must turn the economy in just 8 years. After President Roosevelt died, the 22nd 'Amendm@t passed which prohibits any person from being elected : as president more than twice Paul laurence Dunbllr:Proleuue. ...... '"f .. as! Lias! Bless de . Lawd! I Don' you now de day's abroad? I Ef you don't git up, you scamp, I Dey'll be trouble in dis camp ... "(Excerpt from the poem "The Morning," by Paul Laurence Dunbar). As a child in elementary school, I remember each member of my class having a ch' o 'ice' t o 'memofif e this poem, "The Party," "When Malindy Sings," or some other Kentucky Black dialect poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar and to recite the poem before the entire class. Only mu ch later did I realize that Dunbar wrote. poems in Standard English as well as dialect Several. columns will be dedicated to Paul Laurence Dunbar, the first Black poet to achieve national and inter national fame during the late 19th and early 2oth centuries. Because Februarh 9, 2009 will mark the lOOt anniversary of Dunbar's death, I believe part of Black History celebrations this year should the age of six and recited be dedicated to his life and publicly for the first time: at his literary achievements. age nine. While in high Born to parents who school, Dunbar served ori escaped from slavery, the debating team, as editOr Dunbar grew up in a home of the school newspaper, class that provided a strong foun-president ;md pr;,e.sidenH>{ dation and loye for: educatio n ;:: : the school's liteiii society storytelling poetry and s<;>t:tg: ... Dayton's first Black newspaAfter his mother and father per, the "Dayto.TJ: .. divorced, Dunbar's mother was published by D .unbar w<>rk'ed" for 'the' family' of with the fin ancial support of Wilbur and the Wright brothers while in Wright (brothers responsi. high school as well. ble for inventing the fi'Tsf Paul Laurence effective airplane). Dunbar's first collection of Wright family home, headed poetry, "Oak and ivy" attractby Bishop Melton Wright the attention of (Church of the United known writers, poets and lit-Brethre'n), ho.used a erary critics. "Hoosier" poet, library which fueled .both James Whitcomb Riley, Dunbar's and the. Wright who a'so wrote in dialect, children's intelleCtual ari d impressed by creative development. works as was William Dean Dunbar attended high Howells, novelist, critic school with Wilbur arid editor of Harper's Weekly. In Orville Wright as the only fact, Howells full-page Black student in Central High review of Dunbar's second School and remaihed life-::-:: .. book, "Majors and Minors," long friends with both of launched Dunbar's career them. The .Dayton, Ohio native wrote his first poem at I Continued On Next Page I

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Goliath Deteats ,ftimsell ' . . ..... ' .,. ...... . was a spectacle that should have hap' But because it did happen, and because it has unsettled me ; ever since I saw it happen, .I pass it on to you Perhaps, you will find it unsettling, too It took place in a boxing match between two of the most unevenl y pai t ed oppo nents I or anyone else on this planet had ever seen. Shannon "The Cannon" Briggs -6 foot-four inches tall, 273 pounds of chiseled muscle, whose arms were black iron ingots, each bicep looking as if it had been hammered by the blacksmith Greek god Vulcan himself. He wore h is nappy hair. in two thick plaits that looked m'ore i ike horns from a water buffalo than hair from a man, and his face was f r amed by a full black' beard tha t only Hercules could wear Either that or a mon-strous reincarnation of a combined clpne of George -Foreman an d Joe Frazier : stqod. implacable i!J. h is ; corner of--ihe : "ring, w i:th a: fight record. of 48 wins, 5 improbable and 42 knockouts. ; him from across -ring was a man one-fiftiof Shannon-the-... ly against any_ other man, except for the _likes of Briggs, whose statistics. trumpeted to the world that Briggs was more than a man. He was an African American iron man! And that is where the ballyhoo came to a screeching halt F r om Round One until the thing was done at the end of Round Twelve, the game and courageous Russian fought as if he were facing a C y clops that could kill him, at any time. But the best Briggs ever gave was a pensive right-hand that shook the audience more so than it bothered the obviously out-bulked Ibragimov. In the end th e mouse, ibragimov, won But the cat, Briggs, did a very curious thing. He swaggered around the ring l\cking his chops and blowing kisses to the as if he had achieved a great victory I was outraged. Then it occurred to me, as clear as the skin on my face. Briggs Tost the fight'bed'use he was never the fight to begin .with. It made me. ask myself, how often have I be.en counted out because I refus.ed to raise rriy though I had the clear advantage? Yes, it's one thing to be defeated. But Cannons' size. With an alm9_st, laughable name, .. ing 221 pounds, but with a sobering habit of knocking men down. Sultan Ibragimov -a seasoned Russian boxer might have taken far more serious-._ . .. thing T.O r,: DEFE.ATYOU.RSELF. No matter how you do it, suicide is not funny! So, Black men, learn from Shannon Briggs. "LOOKING GOOD IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH!" Peace. Black American Insight continued f.rom page 4-A on the path to international literary fa .me . before Dunbar became famous; his works received uriderwriting promotianal.suppo' r t rom m"peaking J(ir ltsdf'' ,.. will Be Your ve you paid }much attention to a political campaign speech or taken the time to read or listen to a political ad? If y ou h a ven't, y ou h a ve missed one of the biggest sno w jobs on earth. Believe me these things are inspiring promising and in most cases a pack of lies You hear, see and read thing s like I will work for you. I will be both your voic e arid your representation. I will fight for you. I will alwa y s tell you the truth and I will have an open door policy In most cases, the onl y thing that is true is the open door policy. Politicians or elected offi cials always have the door to their. _offices open but the average citizens are never able to see their elected representative. That is unless you a meeting or a big social event. When they say they will be your voice that is exactly what t4ey will be. They will speak for you without talking to y ou. In reality, they become the voice for lobby ists and big campaign contributqrs. What has always amazed me about becoming an elected official is that as soon as the final Vote it counted, they immediately join the ranks of the most. brilliant people in the world . The y know everything. Very few people can tell them any thing The biggest victims of this kind of representation are Black people. Once we elect a Black, only term limits c a n get that person out of office Blacks will not vote an ineffective ed official out of office Far too many of our Black elected officials spend their time promoting themselves, rather than the people they are suppose to represent. This is why there is no real unity among Black elected officials on i ssues that affect Black people. It is also a major why Black citizens and Black communities are always get ting the short end of the stick. The Black community has to adopt the position that all elected officials must be held accountable, regardless to who they are. No elected official should be .. 'allowed to get our vote and then disappear until they need our vote again. We should never vote for candidates that don't really give sound to our voice or repre sent our interest. Black people, we must care : We need to keep track of what our elected officials do to make life better for us If they aren t doing the things we need them to do, then we ., must be bold enough to vote rthem out of office and elect 0 someone who will truly be ::tl our voice and work for us We can no longer allow any en elected official to build their m resume and satisfy their egos at our expense. For too long z this has been the case We m must also learn to be sup-r;-IXI 1 portive of good elected offi c cials Folks, elected officials rrand politics control our lives. m Let's pla y the game and do it ::f right. Z "0 c lXI r-(i) % m c m < m :::z:l -< -1 1 Think It's Time To Turn The Corner c m en c lot of people proba bly aren't as obser. : vant as I am, but I tend to notice things others ignore. What I've noticed lately is more and more peo. ple getting comfortable with being unemployed It appears that an alternative source of income becomes available, some p eople lose interest in find. ing a job The fact that their numbers are growing is the sign of bad things coming in the future. If there was one thing I learne<:) during my employ ment with the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services, it's that some peo ple are naive when it comes to public assistance. They think it s here to stay and they have a right to receive it for the rest of their lives. When Florida Legislators decided to change the welfare system, it came as a shock to many who just weren't prepa red. For others, they simply. found another way to get a check every month without earning it. Now that we're entering a new era with strong histori cal significance, the expectations must change. No longer can any of us expect to get something for nothing. The state of the economy is clear evidence of a need for all of us to step back and re:view our lives. We all have to radical changes In our lifestyles and sacrifice things we've grown attached to. It' s time for all of us to loo.k deeper for opportunities and create them. It' s time to grow instead of standing in one place and living the same life over and over with the same results. There are some facets of life that will never go away There will always be crime, drugs and covert racism In spite of those things ; we ve got to strive to rise up and make things happen The old excuses just don t )> z c work anymore. No one has time to feel sorry for you or ., anyone else, because they :::z:l are struggling themselves. 6 If there ever was a time for African Americans worldwide to turn the corner, it's now. We have our first African American president, and we must do whatever we can to support him and represent him with Class and dignjty ; : Keep in mind that as race, we all are still perceived by the actions of a few ; In other words; President-elect Barack Obama will constantly be put on. trial for the behavior of African Americans That means none of us should expect special favors because we have a Black president. It doesn't work that way. Let s turn the corner and look ahea d to not just our but the future of our children. An y o n e of you C) could have the next Barack m Obama sitting at your din-<(I ner table or outsid e playing. )>

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en Local a) > a: < :::) z <( ""') < c Teens From Tampa Bovs And Girls Club Chosen For Trip To Inauguration a: u. BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor Tampa's Jim Walters Interbay Boys and Girls Club in South Tampa is one of only 4 clubs across the nation that have been invited to Washington, D. C to participate in the Inauguration of PresidentElect Barack Obama. Shervin Rassa, Director of the Jim Walters Interbay Club, said the teen group was selected because of its ing, singing, Math, volunteering, music, food and friends Her goal is to enter some field of computer engineering, graphic and web design. Cody Crawford, son of Melissa Daniel and John Daniel, is a student at. Robinson High School. His hobbies are music, sports, friends and school. He aspires to own a business. involvement in Keystone, a teen service program. His club was notified by the national office that 5 teel}S C and 1 adult chaperone had 0: been invited to the historic Jim Interbay Boys and Girls Club teens that are headed to the Inauguration are: Devin Oliver, Cody Crawford, Shervin Rassa (Club Director), Tyler Placeres, Amari Bennett and. JenniferTran. Robinson High School student Tyler Placeres is the son of Rob and Virginia Placeres. He enjoys basket-. ball, video games, and spending time at the Club. His go al is to own a shoe store. u. C z < Q en w ::) .... > 0:: w > w c w :::t: en :::i m :::) a. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. event. Rassa says the group's itinerary consists of leaving Tampa on Sunday for the trip to Washington, where they will stay in the J. W. Marriott Hotel; attend a Prayer Breakfast in honor of Dr, Martin Luther King, Jr., attend a luncheon where Martin, III will be the guest speaker; and later in the day attend an education forum to learn about civic responsibility and citizenship. Inauguration Day, the group will attend the parade and a ball at the Marriott. A Presidential Inaugural Committee 2009 press release says PresidentElect Obama will host a Youth Inaugural Ball Tuesday at the Washington Hilton for young Americans ages 18-35. The Youth Ball will celebrate the role young Americans can play to serve Darnell E. Ingram, Esq., Persori, Esct & Delano S. Stewart, Esq. AV Rated / 1 \ 1 \ l \ f ,. I \ .. 1 -;f\ t.\. \ their communities. That's one of the reason Rassa says the teens were selected from the Interbay Club. "They're all very active in the club activities, their communities and their schools. All have been longtime members and 3 have been members since they were youths." The teens are: Devin Oliver, Robinson High_ School, son of Allen and Mariana Oliver, whose hobbies are music, games, basketball, spending time with friends. He'd like to become a Psychologist. Amari Bennett, J effer.son High School, daughter of Cornelia Wright and Ronnie Berinett: She enjoys cheerleading, softball and spending time with friends. Her aspiration is to become an FBI agent. Jennifer Tran, a student at H B. Plant High School, is the daughter of Lai Tran. She enjoys sports, computer, web design drawi ng, dane-Amari Bennett has been a member of the club since age 9 and is excited about the trip she has been offered. Aniari is in need of sponsors for the trip. Any dona tions of winter clothing, for mal attire or luggage would be welcomed. The teens will be leaving Tampa on January 18th and returning on January 21st. To donate to Amari, call (813) 410-3728 / Community Focused Stewart & Person, P. A. is pleased to announce that DARNELL E. INGRAM-has become a partner in the firm The FirmPractices In The Areas Of: 'f ; . h1jLJry : .Crh,-,in: a l Civil Litigation F a & . 501 E. Kennedy :Suite 7 15 Tampa; Fl :33,602 ( 813) 421 '/ t <>-The hiring of a lawyer is an important that shoUld notb$ based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written infonnation about our qualifications and e xperient:e.

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Local Commissioner Wants < To Hear From You -Newly elected,Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin Beckner, District 6 countywide, is kicking off the New Year by holding public meetings to hear the needs. and concerns of Hillsborough County citizens. 'Coffee with Kevin meetings are scheduled for: Saturday, January 10, 2009, 10 11 a.m., College Hill Branch Library, 2607 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.; Saturday, January 17, 2009, 10 11 a.m., Bloomingdale Regional Public Library, 1906 Bloomingdale Avenue, Valrico; Saturday, January 24, 2009, 10 11 a m Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 3910 S. Manhattan Avenue; and Saturday, January 31, 2009, 10 11 a.m., Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 W. Bearss Avenue. Coffee arid light refreshni 'ents will be served, and I tl:J.. e County Co _mmissioner elected to each district is I also invited. -For more information, call (813) 272-5730. ' -Financial Aid Nights __ --_.. ..... t . -Cpunt:y : of Guid'ance : Ser.Vices is hos 'ti;_ :ing a series_ aid m _eetings for high school seniors and their Gt.iidance will discuss :the Fnie Application for Fed'eral Student Aid and provide tips on how to finance postsecondary edu-cation.' All xrieetings start' at 7 p. m. anii 'are heid in each, .... . school's S attend any _of #1 ..... ff....... i' . t' the. meetfngs, as follows: : :: -...$J. f:.lt .... ... ...-. Tuesday; . 1 3 ... .Riverview Hiih "': 'I .., ... .-11,11. .. .Rd_ ... . I I I ' ,. : 1 5 AlOnso High -SChool, 8302 ... . '20;. _Plant City. High .One Plant :p .. ... TJn 1rsday, High 44(n Tuesday, :jan.; High' S z c )> :II -< (0 1\.) 0 0 c.o ., r-0 :II c )> en m z :::! z m r-1 tD c r rm :::! z "C c tD !: en :I: m c m < m :II -< -1 c m en c )> z c "T1 :II c G) m ...... I )>

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::c Local New Organization Gives Young Peop-le Re:ligious .. alternative BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer It appears that many of our young people have little or no direction in their lives, and seek to entertain themselves in places that aren't tea,lly desirable. Many parents don't mind their children teen clubs, but fear the vio lence that often occurs.:. Elder Michelle B. Patty anil her son, Corey "King Cobra" Felton were concerned that young people just didn't have anywhere to go without violence erupting. we heard some gospel hip 'hop artists, and the response the young people displayed was awesome," said; King Cobra. "They really got into it and were quoting scriptures and,t.alking ,about God -./l'hat's Elder B Patty Gospel' Pro m otions and king Cobra decided : to create ,' 'Krunk For who . God ELDER MICHELLE B. PA'ITY Adults are welcome as well OnSaturday, January 17th at the Masque Theater, 8825 North 56th Street (the Sweetbay Plaza), the first "Krunk For Christ" event will at 7 p. m. and end at 11 p.m Performing at that event will :-be national gospel artists and gospel hip hop artists such as Mello/D, Sicile, KSam and. others. "We think this is an .., untraditional way of bringing church to the community, said King Cobra. "In 2009, the Devil will be creating new ways to take our children from us. It's up to us to stop that and enlighten them." KSam has been performing gospel hip hop for 4 years and said he knew this was coming. "I'd been a performer for a long time and I knew I only wanted to do music for God. It really makes me feel good and reaching young people with a positive message is important. It certainly has made a difference in my life On Saturday, January 31st at the same location, "Krunk For The Almighty King" will be a special highlight feature for all the events of the Super Bowl in Tampa. Security for both will be provided by Angel Security. For.more informa tion, call (813) 312-2123, or just see the advertisement in AMC 20 Brandon Theaters 2496 W. Brandon Blvd. Brandon,FL (Directly Across From Westfield Mall In Regency-Square Theaters Across from Best Buy New Mt.; B. Churcli-. : : . Presents Their : -Hi$toty_ o, The Martin iuther King Day Celebration' '. 'LOOK WHERE HE BROUGHT US FROM" Sunday, 4 P.M .. New Mt Sllla M. B. Church -5705 32nd Avenue Tampa; Florida 33619-8 0 1 Old W a t e r Street (for me.fyS l f>ttoTime Forum Drivo) T a mpa, F L 336 0 2 813. 228 0097 tampa b a y h l st orycenter org. I' c c.. )> z c )> JJ -< (0 1\) 0 0 (0 r-0 JJ CJ) m z =! z m .r-,. I .tD C rrm =! z -a c 'tD I CJ) ::I: m c m < m :I) -< -1 c m CJ) c )> z c JJ c ;g G) m c.o I )>

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Local Abe Brown Ministries Is Expanding Transportation Services 9 a: LL. c z < c Ch W ::::>. t-w > w c w J: (/) Ill ::l D. z i=. w ..J ..J ::l Ill I ..J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J LL. < I 0 ,... Beginning in January 2009, Abe Brown Ministries, Inc. is expanding its transportation services into Florida's State and Federal Prisons. There are 67 major facilities throughout the state. Including its various annexes, road camps, and work release centers, Florida has 135 cor rectional institutions. This initiative was an attempt to transport people throughout Central Florida to 7:00P.M. True Holiness Pentecostal Church 1611 E. MLK Blvd., Tampa, FL Pastor Michael Toby }1 Sunday, January 11, 2009 . 4:00P.M. 41!Jl3001116th Lane, North Largo, FL Pastor: Elder Sylvester Hall Contact Program Hosts: Bro. Grady Evans, Jr. (813) 735-6800 Sis. Lillian Evans (727) 608-6022 Phone/Fax(727) 821-0848 $10 Tickets Available At Tampa Christian Supply 1941 34th St. N. St. Pete 727-327-7197 And At The Door MAHAFFEYTHEATER 400 1st Street South St. Petersburg Judges Provided By: Special Celebrity Judge BELINDA WOMACK New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotosassa, In 11530 Walker Rd. Thonotosassa, FL 33592 Sunday, January 11J, 2009 11:00A.M. Remnant lntematlonal Church Rev. Alfonso Gallon Pastor Grace Mary M B : Church Elder Thomas J : Reed, Pastor w CJ Everyone Is Invited To Come And Have A Glorious Time Praying--------Preaching-------Singing visit their incarcerate d loved ones. There are approximately 100,000 men and women, fathers and mothers, sons and daughters in.carcerated in Florida prisons. Hillsborough County leads the state of Florida in having the most people returning to its communities after incarceration. The list of prison destinations is too many to include, however, for a schedule of the Ministry's routes, departure and pick up times, please call (813) 247-3285, ext. 0, or visit www.abebrown.org. Please check the Sentinel on Fridays for scheduled trips. Please contact the ministry if you'd like to become a volunteer driver for the trips. (You .must have a clean driving record and experience in driving passenger vans). Amerim 1htsts 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3741 Pharmacy (813)-237-3743 OPEN 24 HOURS We Now Accept Prudential D'l Healthcare Plans (Hl\10-PPO-POS) & CIGNA Why Wait Until Sunday, Sale Starts Today! Good Only At 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Obama Historic Plate

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0 N oi' > a: <( z <( .., >= <( c a: LL 505 East .Jackson St. Suite 11303 Barrister's Bullclblg FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY stop Foreclosure & er.coton H.,_ment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW "CALL R CKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY ----. -----. -.. -, 813) 892-8193 --Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS Arrested About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugtee (813) 418-5253 Plans Available \\'1th CREDIT CI IECK LAB()R& E:MPLOYMENT LA: Labor Practice Employmeni Discrimination *Worker's Compensation Civil Sen-ice (City/County) *Labor Uuion Matters SupplementdPractice Areas Chapter 7 & 13 B a nkntptcy *Personal Injury (Auto) Social Security Disability LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N.llale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 F o'rmer Hillsborough County Chief ... '' Jeraldine Williams Attorney-At-Law 1920 E. Ave. Tampa, FL 336f0 (813) 238-7404 Phone (S13) 238-7400 Fax Areas or Practice : Probate Prop e rty Criminal Appeals Local 'Moses House' Dream. Still Alive The late Taft Richardson, Jr. with one of his fine art pieces. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Since the death of their mother in 1984, Taft, Jr. and Harold Richardson have wanted to do something. They wanted more than just a memorial to Ms. Mary Richardson. They wanted something they could share with the entire world. "We really wanted to honor both our parents, Taft, Sr. and Mary," said Harold. "Ou,r father mastered the trade of mechanics and actually put together a car from aban doned cars when he was a teenager." "At that time, Taft, Jr. and I really weren't thinking about a museum. Taft, Jr. had been doing bone work since he was a child iri Lumberton." Richardson, Jr . passed away Nove. mber 30, 2006.: Harold Richardson 5aid the museum idea was about putting their work together in a house just east of N. B. Young Middle Schoo l that had been donated to them to us e for that purpose. "Taft and a friend of ours, Kenny, were the artists. !,really didn't have any artistic skills. "My brother. and t we re drawn closer through a -Vision of truth. We knew the world was full of Satan. Our artwork was designed to reveal truth. Our .slogan at the time was, "Moses Hotisf: Is Free For All The World To See." That's the way we wanted it, and the only way we could do that was with a museum: That's the only place we could present God's work for free." . With the recent, death of his brother, This is a collection of bone art created by Taft. Ric:liardson, jr. Harold is trying to continue that legacy and is seeking a place to not just display their art, but to teach art and agriculture, "Right now, all of the artwork is in storage. It will stay there until a permanent place can be fou' nd to display We thought about looking for a place in the Sulphur Springs area : When we were in East Tampa, we warited to work with the kids from College Hill and Ponce De Leon. When they tore the buildings down, that set our plans back because the kids were gone." . . Mr. Richardson said that's when decided to follow the children and focus on the Sulphur Springs Currently, Mr. Richardson a _r:t classes every Friday at the Sulphur Springs Reheation. Center. ; "The we;re having now is the lack of a permanept_place__forJ:he a the chH4ren::ii; creating. The
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Local Teacher Gets Probation In Banerv case A Hillsborough County judge sentenced a former classroom teacher, convict ed of two misdemeanor battery charges against students. She was sentenced to 6 months probation, (adjudication withheld), anger management, and 16 hours Qf community service. The sentences are to run concur rent. Ms. Mary K. Dwyer, who was represented by Attorney Michael McGinn, was also ordere.d not to have any contact with Patrick Jones, or the 13-yearold who she reportedly grabbed by the and pushed him into the wall. The incidents that led to the arrest of Ms. Dwyer took place May 9th, at Dowdell Middle School and involved Jones.--He had been sent to the Purpose Room to photograph students for the yearbook. Ms. Dwyer refused to allow him into the room, and when he did not move his hand from the door, she fntentionally slammed the door on it. Jones reported the incident, was treated for the injury, and informed his mother, who notified the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and filed a report. Ms. Dwyer, 55, was charged with two counts of misdemeanor battery. Linda Cobbe, spokesperson for the Public School District of 'Hillsborough County said, "She was pulled from the classroom on May 12th, three days after the incident took place. We didn't renew her contract." Ms. Cobbe further stated that dui:-ing the investigation,_Ms. Dwyer was noti fied by mail that her certifi cation expired and that she was not eligible to complete the requirements to renew it because of the criminal charges. Ms. Dwyer had been teaching in temporary positions with the school district since 1997. She was hired permanently in 2005. 'TI lJ c PannershiP Announces First Meeting For 2009 c.. )> On January 13, 2009 at 10 a.m. the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership will hold their first meeting for 2009 at the Cyrus Greene Community Center, 2101 East Dr. MLK, Jr. Boulevard ETCRP Chairperson, Evangline Best, said this meeting will be special in that each committee chairperson will present their accomplishments of 2008 to the community. They will also solicit specific goals for 2009 Also, guests from Sarasota will visit the meeting and be Grill EVANGELINE BEST ETCRP Chairperson treated to a bus tour of East Tampa. Ms. Best said it's impor-z tant that the community attend this first meeting of lJ 2009 so the Needs -< Assessment from the community can be addressed <0 1\) 0 0 <0 and work can begin. Ms. Maxine Woodside, Chairperson of the Health, Education, and Social Services Committee, will address the Needs Assessment issues. Judi Jetson from the University of South Florida's Service Learning Projects Department will about in-service programs tha. t have benefited East Tampa, and Harriet Stone from the City of Tampa will address the group about the East Tampa Enterprise Zone. 'TI r 0 lJ 3602 7th Avenue *Tampa, Fl 241-2301 or en m z I Keys Made I!* Latex Flat White PainL.L ..... gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes .............................. ea . LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONL!! ' ::::! z m ':"' m c: r r z c: m r c;; ::1: m c m < m lJ < -4 c: m en c )> z c c :-c m .... w I )>

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Fl ......... : .............. ... : ... : .......... :.Blountstown, Fl n Not1tlllfelt FL Reception Ctr. l Annex .... .................................................. Chipley, FL Holmes. C. I. l Work Camp ..... Bonlfay, FL Csryvllle Work Camp .............. Chipley, FL Bay C. F. .......................... Panama City, FL 12 AplltciMie C.l. (EIIt a Wllt) .... Sneads, FL Jackaon C.I ... : ................... ,. : .... Malone, FL Marlan111 FCI... ..... ................. Marianna, FL Graceville Work Camp ......... Graceville, FL WaHon C. I. l Work Camp ......... DeFuniak ................................................. Springs, FL PLEASE CONTACT THE MINISTRY OFFICE FOR ADDmONAL INFORMATION. 'Each trip requires lhat the riders arrive at the Ministry one-half hour earlier than departure. LOCATION: 2921 N. 29th Street Tampa, FL 33605 -PHONE: (813) 247 Critne News . suspect sought In Club Stabbing TAV ARIUS DANIElS ... in critical condition after stabbing. Early Thursday morning, Tampa Police said a 26-year old man was stabbed after being kicked out of a 40th Street Lounge Police were called to the Sey Lou's Lounge (formerly Apollo South); 5110 North 40th Street, at 2 : 46 a.m. They report that Daniels had been kicked out of the club earlier by security and later was found by the same security with a severe stab wound to his abdomen. Daniels has been hospital ized and is reportedly in crit ical condition, but his wound is not considered life enirig. No suspect has been tified in the incident. 'Hiuh.lleeled' Bank Robber Sentenced LEND RiCK HARRIS Man Accused II Sexuallv Assaulting Relative On Tuesday a man was charged with sexually battering an underage girl, according to Tampa Police Roosevelt Glover, 35, was arrested after he came in for questioning. The victim told a r elative that Glover had sexually abused her for five years, starting when she was in elementary school. Glover is being held with no bond on the charge. . ROOSEVELT GLOVER Man Shot During Armed Robberv-ST. PETERSBURG On Wednesday morning, St. Petersburg Police. were called to 4340 9th Avenue, North on a report. of a:n armed robbery . The victim, RamonFlournoy, 25, was found with a gunshot wound to his lower back He told police he was taking out the trash into the alley behind his home when three Black males demanded his car. He refused to give them the car .. and turned to :walk away . He said that's when he was -shot. Flournoy was transport. ed to a local hospital and no report his condition has bee n : 0 ''. ;_ 0 RAMON FLOURNOY searched Fh)urnoy'svehicle a:nd found crack 'cocairie and marijuana. Investigators now believe the anq shooting may 0 : chUg related. ,, : ; _, ,. t Glove" leads Police To .. : . ,, Double-Murder Suspect 0 Paula O'Connor and her. soh, A:lijah. ; '/. St. Petersburg found nothing in the glove 'fo'rmer Air; that matched Wright. On Wedne!Jday Lendrick Ralph Wright, ;e.!t, The g!ove was to. \V.as: gled : 'Qar e. a .small of glov .es to hfem pnson a -, issued to, Wright's military, .. barik in on-.. keprin December 10, . : :;: :-' . a iefcked:Storeroom .at the. > iit' &t.'\vrighih :a: d .was a,. access to.' drest1, m her .St_.' .' visiting W he' n he r ob 'bed the One of the gloves . tumed-'""' th. b a t 2 .. . ,. t h ma area on e ase Sun Trust He got up \8 (, a :m-. on July 2007, $ d fl d ,. .._ 1 near t e ron or 01 ue . 1,931 an e m a vemc e d >l .". Te sts: to four. hours before the mur er. s ... ene. that he crashed near revealed thai DNA.'matclied murders. ,' Interstate 75. the victims, Paula Wright_ was arrested Auth'orities saiq Harris O'Connor ,and her son,. week after a grand jur;y then carjacked a 25-year old However, investiga-indicted him for the woman wha he. later let go. tors also said the DNA tests murders.

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MR. ANTHONY D'WAYNEMYRICK, SR. "BIG AMP" A homegoing celebration for Mr. Anthony D'Wayne Myrick, Sr., "Big Amp," of 4614 Shad Street, who passed away Friday, January 2, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 10, 2009, at 3 p. m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco Ave., Rev. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Anthony w..as born March 23, 1971, in Tampa, and attended the Hillsborough County public schools, Greco Middle and King High School. As a youth, he enjoyed playing baseball with the Yellow Jackets Cubs. Anthony was preceded in death by his grandmother, Linnie B. Myrick. He leaves to cherish loving memories with: his loving 'parents, Thomas and Mary Gilliard, Jr.; brother, Thomas Leo Gilliar.d (Shemika), Atlanta, GA; fiancee, Tammi 'Keels; daughters, Sierra Myrick, Cherish McNe'al, Sade McLendon, Savyon Toombs and Myesha Jones; sons, Anthony Myrick, Jr. and Chris Castro; granddaughter, Shani Lawrence; grandfather, Richmond Myrick, Sr.; aunt, Priscilla Ke'ith, Lakeland; uncles, Richmond Myrick, Jr. (Stephania) Laurel, MD, and John Gilliard (Evelyn), Atlanta, GA; 5 great uncles, Willie Williams (Carrie) Detroit, MI, Leroy and Arthur Williams, Lake Wales, FL, and Horace and Earnest Wilfiams, Marianna, FL; 3 great aunts, Coretha Bogier (Bishop Lawrence), Goldboro, NC, Martha Peterson and husband, and Annie Baker (Arthur), Marianna; niece, Jackie Gilliard, Atlanta, GA; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 58 p. m., Friday evening. The funeral cortege will arrange from 4614 Shad Street. ... AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Sandra Ross of 10001/2 12th Avenue, passed away Monday, January 5, 2009. Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 10, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr . MLK, .Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, officiating. Interment will take place in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Ross was born Septem-ber 7, 1957, in Tampa. She attended the schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Brandon Senior High School, class of 1975. She enjoyed her grandchildren and was very creative using her artistic abilities and gifts. She leaves to cherish loving memories: her husband, Kelvin Ross; son, Alfonso McCray; 4 grandchildren; mother, Carolyn McCray; father, Fred Chester; mother, Ora Chester; sisters, Gayle Richo and Shellond Chester of New Orleans, LA; aunts, Betty Bryan, Leanders McCray and Linda McCray, all of Tampa, Louise Robertson, of Valrico, Cora Martin (Harry), of Brooklyn, NY, Thelma Inghram (Clinton), Rita Anderson (Lawrence) and Vernita Boone (Willie), all of Tampa; uncles, John Chester (Rita), of Detroit, MI, Frank Chester (Magalene) and Curlie Chester (Lisa), all of Tampa; and a host of sorrowing nephews, nieces, cousins, other relatives and friends. The 1emains will repose at Aikens Fune1al Home Friday (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the chapel approximately 10:45 a. in. Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Remember Your Loved Ones With A Memorial Of Distinction From 1 2301 N. 401 h Street (813) 238-6531 ; annettesmonument@earthlink net : Percy Collins W$ Provide A Large Selection For Memorial Needs ... Bronze Plaques. Headstones. Cornerstones. Signs & Cemetery Lettering Family Owned: Percy Collins, Annette Collins & Michael Colleton Service The Entire Area MR.BOSIE LEE BRUCE Homegoing services for Mr. Bosie Lee Bruce, who passed away on Tuesday December 30, 2008, will be held this Saturday, January 10, 2009, at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, with Pastor Cherry B. Charles, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Bosie Lee Brucewas born to Clyde Lee Bruce and Mandy Turner Bruce on September 12, 1926, in Baker Hill, Alabama. He was educated in the public schools of Baker Hill, Alabama. He was a faithful member of Oak Grove Baptist Church .in Baker Hill, Alabama, before moving to Tampa. He was a farmer and an auto mechanic by trade. Mr. Bruce was preceded in death by: his parents, Clyde Bruce and 'Mandy Turner Bruce; and .his siste.r, Lucy Clyde Bruce. He leaves to cherish his loving memory: son, Ronald Lee Bruce (Elaine); 3 daughters, Cherry B: Charles (Gene), Linda B. Hopson of Tampa, and Florence Bruce of Hollywood, FL; stepdaughter, Sherin Knight (Charles) of Tampa; grandsons: Marko C., Manuel C., Ronald, Jr., John Tyrone B., Damien H., .Eric H of Tampa, David B. and Jennifer of Land O'Lakes, FL, Dexter P : (Monique) of Dothan, Ala., Reginald B. of Brandon; granddaughters, 1 Crystal B., Levia B. and Levell, Destiny C., Rhonda B., Delicia B. (Clinton), and Rolanda B., Mariah B., of .Tampa, and Grunsunka B. 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Wilson i I MRS. PARA LEE LAZARUS A homegoing celebration for Mrs. Para Lee Lazarus of 1111 NassaJI Street, who passed away in a local hospital on Wednesday, December 31, 2008, will be held Saturday, January 10, 2009, at 2 p . m. at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3309 N. 15th Street, of which the Reverend Geraldine Christopher is pastor. Presiding Elder Jimmie B. Keel, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Roy Peace and Lettie Sims; husband, Michael Lazarus; and niece, Cynthia Howard. She leaves to cherish fond memories: three devoted sisters, Verdell Howard, Bonnie Peace and Mary Alice Peace; three brothers, Frederick Beaton, Sr., Claudie Peace and Forrest Peace; three aunts, Frances Wooden (Frank), Bertharine Sikes (James), and Lena J:enkiris; two uncles, Pedro Peace, Sr. and Lewis Peace; two nephews,.Tyrone Howard (Ophelia) and Eugene Howard (Melissa); tw.o sisters-in-law, Eunice Stokes and Ruth Nabby; a -host of other devoted relatives and friends who include, Laura Fuller (Fred), Sarah Sims (Willie), Margaret Brady, Martha Kennedy, Hewitt Smith and the Gardners and adult caregiver, Denise Munadi. A native of Marianna, Florida, Mrs. Lazarus was educated in the public schools of Jackson County, Florida, prior to relocating to Tampa 6o years ago. She was converted at an early age and joined Tyer Temple United Methodist Church. Mrs. Lazarus was employed as a Physical Therapist, prior to retirement. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, January 10, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1510 E 3 2nd Avenue Friends are a s k e d to assemble a t the church a t approxima t e l y 1:45 p. m., Saturday. A WILSON SER V ICE" www.wilson-funeralho m e .com IN MEMORIAM HERMAN RICHARDSON January 13, 1996 In tears we saw you sinking and watched you fade away. Our hearts were almost broken, we wanted you t o stay. But when we saw you sleeping so peacefully without pain, how could we wish you back with us to go through that again. Although it broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone, for part of us went with you, the day God took you home. Your family. IN MEMORIAM BARBARA JEAN DENNARD DUNCAN September 13, 1932 -January 11, 1987 Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. John 11: 25. It has been 22 years since you left us, but it still seems like yesterday. We love you and miss you. From your children, Teryal, Deborah and Pamela; grandchildren, Rhonesia-; Melva and Kyrstin; great grandchildren, Alana and Chris; sisters, brother, and the rest of your family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ALICE BIG MARIE ALEXANDER t/15/40-6/t8/o8 Happy birthday Mom. God has decided that He needed to call you home, after years of hard working hands (and mind) and advice, we will love and miss you always. Your children and grandchildren, and all the family and friends. Love you always and forever. IN LOVING MEMORY RAYMOND H. HENDERSON, JR. 2/18/55-1/11/08 It's been one year ad it's still so 9ery hard to believe you're gone. We all miss you posting up for hours at our homes just eating, conversating and watching the sports channels. "La Bro" we really miss the fact that we can't cater to you anymore. We also know that you are in a better place in heaven. Loving you forever: your mother, Florida B. Henderson; children, Verlon, Rhoda, Chudney, Anthony, Sandra and Rod; sisters, Dorothy and Richard, Victoria and Carl, Sr.; brothers, Snake, Carlton and Mildred, Roger and Linda, Calvin, Lloyd, Sr., and C edric, Sr.; also your grands and lots of nieces and n ephe w s ,-----------CRI S I S FUNERAL PRJ CRf.M \ O O N JOHN iiARMON LFo.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 IN MEMORIAM MARJORIE LOVETT Jan. 18, 1934 -Dec. 19, Because your presence in our lives was so great, it is for this reason we still celebrate. Happy birthday to our angel, who we dearly love. From, family, friends and loved ones. WARREN DONNELL MITCHELL You are missed so much; we can' t put it into words. We love crew. WH.ATEVER. THE TIME OF YEAR. y o u need 11s w c'lllw lwrc l'or y ou H J N EIL\. t HOME 3000 N 29th S t Tampi!, F L 3 3fi05 (800) 605-3350. (813 ) 248-612 5

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O'l Memoriams I Cards Of Thanks a) IN MEMORIAM =;_ <( 0 a: LL. 0 a: LL. 0 z <( c C/) w ::> 1->a: w > w 0 w J: C/) ...J al ST. t/10/82-1/5/07 Still loving you. Love, Enodsia. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BABY MAKAILA THOMPSON 1j1ojo6-9 /6/o8 Happy 3rd birthday. We z miss you and love you. You 1-will always be in our minds W and hearts. Love you Baby. -I From, mommy and every-S oneelse. al I ...J w z t= z w C/) <( 0 a: 0 _. u.. IN MEMORIAM IAYONNA PIERSON . Difficult thinp can cause 1fa to ask, "Why did this hapBut if we're trusting in Christ we never need to ask, "How could He let this happen?" God may never reveal all His reasons to us, but He has revealed His character to us. His character assures us that He never makes mistakes, is .never uncaring, and that He never separates Himself from our need. We love you: Roe-Roe, TaeTae, Lil Yates and Daddy. IN MEMORIAM CHRISTINE LEWIS january 10, 1982 Our beloved mother, we love and miss you very much. Family, James, Carolyn, Delores and Jack. CARD OF THANKS -WILLIAM CLARENCE GOWINS The Gowins family would like to extend our heartfelt thanks for all acts of kind-ness rendered during the IN MEMORIAM I demise of our loved one. May God bless each and every one of you. The family. RANDALLM. HARRELSON Two years now, but still greatly missed, never to be forgotten. Mom, Mark and family. CARD OF THANKS MINISTER MICHAEL BENNETT We, the family of Minister Michael Bennett wish to expresa our sincere thanks, 1ratifieation and appreciation to Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, R.ev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland, Pastor, and the many friends and loved ones for the prayers, visits, telephone calls and other expressions of kindness and sympathy shown during our bereavement. The Bennett family and the Plair family. CARD OF THANKS SAMUEL WOODS We, the family of Samuel Woods would like to take the time to thank everyone for thei telephone calls, food, prayers, tlowes, cards, and othe r expressions shown during our time of sorrow. Special thanks to: the VA Hospital Staff, Rev. John Giles, James Ferguson, the Sentinel, my family, the Wynns, Mays, Johnson, Walden, Junious, Lester, Nunnaly and William Woods, fi-iends, Retta Wright, Valorie Belk, Judi Mantesina, Pauline King, Middleton -Class of '61, Blake -Class of '64, Barbara A Atkins Chapter OES, Hillsboro Lodge Masons PHA and the Elks Lodge, and all the wonderful people who shared Samuel's celebration. Thanks to Aikens Funeral Home for making Samuel's occasion beautiful. Gloria Woods. local news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 --CARD OF THANKS FAYNE PHILMORE WILLIAMS Marzette and the Williams family would like to send our deepest expressions in thanking you for your kindness and consideration during the time of our loved ones demise. We are and always will be grateful. A special thanks to: Tampa General Hospital 7C Staff and the Melech Hospice House. Also a very, very thank you to Mr. Wayne Bright and staff at Wilson Funeral Home. May God bless each and every one of you. Fayne, I will always love you, you were God sent. Rest in peace, I will see you on the other side. Love, Marzette. CARD OF THANKS HAZEL ARMWOOD ORSLEY The Armwood, Orsley and Washington families thank everyone for their prayers, cards, tel e phone calls, v isits, food and other a cts o f kindness shown dur ing our tim e of sadness. Our l oved one, Hazel i s smiling o n all o f you. A s p ecia l tha n k you t o LifePath Hospice, S t C a t holic C hurc h and the staff o f R.a y W dliams Funeral H ome. CARD-OF THANKS MRS. LILLIAN V ANN WHITEHEAD The family of Lillian Vann Whitehead, Ramona Hughes and family, the Whitehead family, Lillian Thomas and family, the Crawford family and the Russell family, would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude for your love shown in the ways of prayer, cards, telephone calls, food and all other acts of kindness. Special thanks to College Hill Mennonite Church and Pastor Roy Williams, and all program participants. We are forever indebted and grateful to you for sharing and h elping to make her homegoing a n anointed, spii itual experience. Your p articipation gav e u s the strength to carry on. We love you immensely Thank you all. The Hug hes and White head f amilies. CARD OF THANKS EMMA A H ENDRIX The f amily of Emma A H endrix would like to express our gratitude for your prayers and acts of kindness. Special thanks to: the Ladies and Choir of Christ United Methodist Church, Pastors A. Wilds, F. Howell, S. Scott and B. Lane, and Aikens Funeral Home. We shall be fol't!'Ver p-ateful for your belpin1 to make her home1oinK spiritually anointed. The Hendrix family. Punera .c "' Serving Tampa, St. Petersburg And Surroundmg Areas i WE CARE PLAN CREMATION WITH SERVICE $1,999 $1,075 Price Includes : 20 Gauqe Steel Casket (7 Col o r s 1'o C h oose Fr om) 1 Family Car H e arse I Lead C a r Com at ory N o t lncludod ) I S(qn ature o jrrine Serv i ce"

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Cards Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS MRS. JUANITA (MAMA NITA) WELLONS BROWN The family of Mrs. Juanita (Mama Nita) Wellons Brown would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation and love to each and every one of you for yom acts of kindness, seen and unseen. Thank you for your prayers, cards, telephone calls, food, etc. during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to the Greater Bethel Baptist Church family, Pastor Oscar Johnson and Stone's Memorial Funeral Home. William Brown and family CARD OF THANKS AL THLEAN MARION Dear friends and loved ones, in times like these we ealize how blessed we ae. We thank you for your support during our mothe's illness and ou1 be1eavement. Yout' kin:dness, love and assistance sustained us more than Y.6iiwill ever know. ?ur deepest grat1tude to those of you who fqund so many ways to show thoughtfulness a.n',l ; 'we thank God,{9r' having sent you to us and "'ay God bless and keep you always. Sincerely, the Marion/CarIcy families. National Woman Plans To Sue Hospital, savs Knife was Len In Head JACKSONVILLE --A Jac ksonvill e woman plans to sue Shands-Jacksonville Medical Center after she said part of a knife was left behind in her head. Three years after a Jacksonville woman was stabbe d twice in the head, a portion of the blade remains near her jaw. A good look at an X-ray of Edith McQueen's head reveals an object next to her jaw bone. That object, according to the woman' s attorney, is a piece of a knife from an attack that took place more than three years ago "Somehow, someway, the knife was left in her head. She presented to the emergency room for treatment from th e wounds to the head, and they were simply stitched up and Mrs. McQueen was sent home," said McQueen's attorney, Chad Roberts. Greater Faith Outreach Center 84 I 'J North Nebraska Ave. ''Tampa, FL 33604 Telephone : l:ll19 l :i-9 0 L G \.'isil l i s On The Web : 11'>\' W .grt'iJ!t>rt'aithw:.org Pastor Jacqueline B. Zeigler Service Times: Sunday SchoollO:OO A.M.-10:50 A.M.,::: Sunday Morning Worship: ll:OOA.M ..:.l:OO P.M. .. 1st & 3rd Sunday Evening Service =::::, 6:00P.M.-8:00P.M. Wednesday Prayer And Bible 7:00 P.M. 9:00P.M. COme Out And Enjo y The Soul Food Cuisine Dinne r S ale: Chic .k tn .1\nd Hib s Fl'i<'d A nd Til<' Tl'irnrnin gs And D essert Bak e Sal e Saturday, January 1 0, 2009 From 10:00 A.M. Until Everything And All The Food Is Gone!!!! W e Are AI: 5705 East 32nd Avenue Tampa, Florida May God Bless And Keep You And Thank You For Your Support Bro. Marshall Anglin, Chai r person Florida Woman Selected To Attend Obama's Inauguration "T1 JJ 0 )> .-< c.. )> z c l> JJ NEWBERRY, Fla .--A Newberry woman is the first grassrc ; ot s -< supporter selected to attend the inauguration of President-.!D elect Barack Obama. Cynthia Russell a nd her guest will attend all the festivities, f6 including the welcome ceremony, swearing-in, parade, and ball. Obama's team made the announcement Tuesday Russell, a home builder, says she's always been able to sup port herself, but has struggled to pay bills in the recent economy. The Presidential Inaugural Committee is bringing 10 support ers to Washington for the celebrations. Haitians Denied Immigration Protection MIAMI --The Bush administration won't grant temporary pro tected status to Haitians living in the U .S. illegally while their Caribbean homeland struggles to recover from four deadly tropical storms. U S Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff denied the status in a Dec. 19 letter to Haitian President Rene Preval. Chertoff said his department tried to help Haiti by directing the Coast Guard to provide humanitarian relief and delaying deportations until last month. -hasp stan in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813 ) 251-4912 Email: raywms @ ij.net PERC Instant Loans $1200-$1900 Self-Employment R.A.L. Refund Anticipation Loan R.A.C. Refund Anticipation Check CHECK CASHING AVAILABLE ., r 0 ::D 0 l> C/) m z ::! z m r I OJ c r r m z "tJ c OJ c en :I: m 0 m < m ::D -< -1 c m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 JJ 0 ?<

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Class .. fieds c LL c z c( c en w :::J .... fi: w > w c w :::1: en HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE BENEFITS, GROUP DENTAL INSURANCE BENEFITS, GROUP LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS, and LONG TERM DISABILITY INSURANCE BENEFITS TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The Authority is seeking qualified firms or individuals desiring to be considered for this project. The RFP documents will be available on the Authority's website January 12, 2009, at www tampaairport com Airport Bus i ness, Notice of Solicitations For questions regarding the RFP contact Debbie Northington at 813-870-7805 . m :::J L z t= w ...J ...J :::J m ...J w z t= z w en Recess.lon Rescue 911 Jobs For Felons/USA (813) 965-7991 Orientation Monday's-1 : 00 P M 1/12, 2009 Downtown Library Ashley & Cass Every Wednesday -1p. m @THA 1800 Rome Avenue Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S C ._ ________________ Starting Pay 0 ...J Miracles 7-3 $10 .00$11. 00 3-11 $11 .00-$12.00 LL Barber & Beauty Salon 10224 N. 30th Street Is Looking For Barbers And Stylists With Established Clientele Discounted Booth Rental First 3 Months Pleasant Working Atmosphere Call (813) 516-1135 Great Benefits, 401 k Pleasant, Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Delta Health Care 1818 E. Fletcher CLASSIFIED A DVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition ....... Friday @3:00P.M. Friday Edition .: .. ..... Tuesday@ 3:00P.M. FAX YOUR ADS 24n TO: (813) 248-9218 Or Emailledwards@flsentinel.com HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ADULT DAY CARE AIDE $18,096 CASE MANAGER CASE MANAGER (BI-LINGUAL) $35 838 $35 838 CENTER COORDINATOR (REDUCED HOURS ) $15 15/HR PERSONAL CARE AIDE $19 822 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AAIEEO Employer Need Information Regarding Bank Owned Homes Short Sales Down Payment Assistance Call Ainsley Daux Home Run Real Estate Inc. (813) 493-0912 Handyman Specials Starting As Low As $50k Call Irvin (813) 965-5413 Wholesale Properties To The Public Great "Fixer Upper" Deals www.rehabbersuperstore.com Kenny Rushing 813.675.7040 5 Bedroom Bank Foreclosure! $42,500! Only $397/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years At 8% APR For listings Call 800-366-9783 Ext H489 Military Veterans No Down Payment Special FHA Programs Own A Two, Three Four Bedroom Home Many Areas Prices & S i zes Free Pre-Qualifying Walter Brewer Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 Bank Owned Riverview 4/2 $124 000 Temple Terrace-3/2 $67,900 Riverview 4/2 $114,900 New Tampa 4/2 $139,900 Home Run Real Estate Inc. Ainsley Daux (813)493-0912 anzly123@yahoo.com NEW HOMES!!! Move-In Ready!! 1310 N. Grace St.* 10417 N. Annette St. 6218 38th Street Many Other Locations Available! We Have Many Programs To Help You Get Into Your Dream Home!! Visit Our Model Today At: .... MtE,R,I,CAN C 3705 Hillcrest Circle -HrelUtSzl!ifG s CALL NO WII I fle'R1PT8lBtlxTj8iN {813)218-3729 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $11,000! 5 Bedroom/3 Bath $42,500! More Homes Available For listings Call 800-366-9783 Ext 5649 5134 Tennis Court Cir . 3 Bedroom/2}'2 Bath Condo Sect i on 8 Accepted Contact Teasee (813) 506-4394 Or (813) 368-5623 J., 3, 4 Bedroom Homes And Apartments New Paint CHA, Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced No Pets Section 8 OK (813) 949-3482 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Apartment 4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath Home Washer/Dryer Hook-up Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1 }'2 Bath Townhouse For Lease Gated Community A Low $720. 00 Section 8 Welcomed Security $25.00 Application F.ee .. Call (813) 740-0384 4205 N. 15th St 211. ,. $680 00Monthly $350. 00/Deposit 8113 N. Alaska St. 1/1 $450. 00/Motithly $200 : 00/Deposit 24.24 E. 18th Ave. Duplex 3/1 $680.00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit All Are Move In Ready No Section 8 Call Korwin (813) 943-8719

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.;'. ...... ; Investiture Ceremonv For _, JJ\N 1 0 ,ron s ,.. u '"" The Honorable Marv Stenson j The Investiture of The Honorable Mary Stenson Scriven as United States District Judge for the Middle District of Florida was at the Stetson University College of Law, Tampa Law Center. Anne C. Conway, Chief Judge, United States District Court, presided. Jack Faddis and Eddie Watts, Court Security Officers, opened the court. Boy Scout Troop #100 posted the colors, while the invocation was by Reverend Marshell Stenson, Jr. (Judge Scriven's father), St. Luke Baptist Church, Macon, GA The Pledge of Allegiance was by Charles Timothy Scriven, Laruen Stenson and Jordan Stenson. James o. / Gordon, Jr., Dep uty Clerk, United States District Court, was the soloist Chief Judge Conway gave the opening remarks and introductions, followed by remarks from the _Honorable J. L. Edmondson, Chief of the 11th Circuit and Leonard H. Gilbert, American Bar Association, Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary. Presentations by a prestigious list of bar and CIVIC leaders followed. Additional remarks were made by Lansing C Scriven, husband of the Honorable Judge. Marcos Marchena, Florida Middle District Chairman, Federal Judicial Nominating Commission, presented the credentials. The Honorable MaryS. Scriven, center, with her parents, Re verend Marsh:ell Stenso-n, Jr. and Dr. Mary Stenson of Macon GA. Marion S. Tate, Lillian S. Wallace and Mimie Madison attended the investiture for The Honorable Judge Mary S. Scriven. Judge Perry C. Little (retired) and Atty. Patricia Dawson at the inve stiture. The Administration of the Oath of Office followed by The Honorable Susan C. Bucklew, Senior United States District Judge. The enrobing was done by Scriven family members: Tyler, Jessica and Sarah Scriven. The Honorable Judge Scriven was welcomed to the bench by Chief Judge Conway. After remarks by Judge Scriven, Reverend Charles J. Scriven (Judge Scriven's father-in-law), First Elizabeth Baptist Church, Quincy, FL, gave the benediction. The distinguished list of presenters included: Gwynne Young, Board of Governors Member, The Florida Bar; Sean Johnson, President, .Judge Charles R. Wil son, U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit wa s among the dig n itaries in attenda nce. Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, Pastor of New Hope M. B. Church attended the inve s titure. DEBORAH BARNES Federal Bar Association, Tampa Bay Chapter; Richard Dellinger, President, Federal Bar Association, Orange County Chapter; Margaret D. Mathews, President, J.Clifford Cheatwood, American Inn of Court; Thomas Bopp, President, Hillsborough County Bar Association; Thomas Zehnder, Secretary, Orange County Bar Association; Kamilah L. Perry, President, George Edgecomb Bar Association; Kristin A. Norse, President, Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers; Darryl Rouson, President, Fred G. Minnis, Sr. Bar Association; Clarence W. Counts, Jr. President, Paul C. Perkins .r Bar Association; Jeannin e s. Williams, St. Petersburg Bar Association; Joanna Garcia, President, Tampa Bay Hispanic Bar Association; Andrea Caro, Presiden.t, Hispanic Bar Association of Central Florida; Jeffrey Albinson, President, Clearwater Bar Association; JoAnn Urofsky, President-Elect, The Athena Society; and Mac R. McCoy, Carlton Fields, P. A., on behalf of former and current Law Clerks. The reception that fol lowed was sponsored by the members of the Middle District Bar through the Bench Bar Fund and Lansing C Scriven, P A. (Photographs by Brunson) Honorable M ary S. Scri ven is flanked b y her motherand-father-in-l aw, Mrs. Jeannetta Scriven and Re v. Charle s J. Scriven and h e r hus b and, A tty. Lansing Scri ve n Pat Dennard, Monica T :wmiams, Esquire, and Erica K Williams, Esq., at the investiture of The Honorable Judge MaryS. Scrivep. Machelle .Maner, Jaye Ann Terry and Chris tian.

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MICHAEL SOLEN CLEMMONS MICHAEL SOLEN cLEMMONS To all my friends and family, my 'birthday is January u, 2009. I would love to personally thank all of my family and friends for showing me crazy love and support, truly, every one Of you have been by birthday gift, age 25. --Send all birthday greetings to: Mjchael Solen Clemmons, # T37391, 19225 U. S. Highway 27, Clennont, FL, 33415. ON FRANCIS. Happy birthday, Kay. We love you. Mom, Van. 0 .: .: o_, _'Look Who's _Turning The Big One'? .RESHEY CARWELL, 0 Happy 1st birthday Wishes go out Reshey, Jr; He Will be celebrating with family and frieQds this weekend. Special wishes aro e coming froin, mom, Kesha, dad, Reshey, and sister, Deyondra. We love you Lil BERNIDAAnd GENK :) . . Daddy! BERNIDA As the years go by, can you see that I'm grown and getting wiser. would like t o wish rriyse lf a h a p p y b i1thdayo OERICHUGAN B oirthday wishes are going out to my husband on 1/9. R espectfully submitted, Bridget Jackson-Hugau. It's My Baby's Birthday .. Being the best mother yet ; I've accomplished my mission. He's here and turning a big #1, my prince, "Mr. Jeno". I love you Doodie and may you have a wonderful birthday. Love, mommy, grandma, Anntoinette, and granddad, Calvin Mann. Honor To God And Happy -.. Birthday Sexy Bald Head, 1-4-09 'FLORENCE' I'm back; the world's most wanted sexy bald head. Envied by plenty, loved by many, isn't she lovely The picture speaks for itself, no wonder the envy 0 didn t stop. l'Il keep doing me and try to do y ou Happy birthday from your #1 fans. God bless!!! -c. o-c= 0:. :;::_ . ._ . :.::,= .:: -'Quality Care When You Are Not !here" APPROVED VPK PROVIDER 3716 E. Lake Ave. Reverend W.D. Sims Putor Tampa, FL 3361() (813) 'Train up a child In the way he should go: So when he Is old he will not depart from lt. Proverbs 22:8 Whttberly's Pre .. School t Kittdergartett 806 N. Albany Avenue ( & state) Over 50-Years Of Edu Students 0 Ages Safe_ & Loving Environmen Open 6:30a.m.-6:00p.m. Nutritious lutiches & Snacks Professional Teachers . 6 -o < c n ForRegistration Information Call 251 Berean Bible College & Seminary @The Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church 2628 27th Avenue East -Tampa, FL Dr. W. J.-Haynes, Pastor 0 Dr. G. I. Bradley, For applications, school 0 information please contact Dr. Sam. MaxY{ell, n of the Tampa Campus,@ 813 677 -1948 or 81-3-453-2-957.

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0) Look Who's Turning 2!! Celebrating Birthday #1 1 Com1ng .o The Tampa : Area In 2009t < c a: LL Keep your head up Iii Brust. Write to: Kevin Moore, #49882-018, Federal Correctional Inst. 26oo Highway S., Jesup, GA, 3lq99 ' The Voice -of Commzlnity .Speaking for Itself" t" I .. .-(813) 248-1921 AYANA ALEXIS CLEBERT Ayana Alexis Clebert is celebrating her 1st birthday, today, January .g, 2009. Ayana is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Allison) Clebert. She will celebrate on Saturday with a Princess themed party. Also sending Ayana birthday wishes are her grandmothers, Kay Andrews and Eunice Clebert (Miami); her aunts, Alexis Wells Morris (Atlanta, GA) and Stacy Wells; great grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Gloria) Jr. and great aunts, uncles and cousins Happy Birthday Baby Boy Ml\RCUS,JR Wank, Jr.,. for a child is born to us these will be his royal titles, Wank, Jr., wonderful counselor, mighty prince, everlast. ing father, prince of peace. A doggerel! To our son, we're so grateful to have you in our life. A prince .. was born on 01-07-08, which was of the best gifts we received. This shows that the reverence that I and your father have for one another is. at rio expenditure to us ; just a ERIC FORD Write to: Eric Ford, #52580-060, FCC Medium, P 0. Box 1032, Coleman, FL, 33521. Happy New Year .CHRIS Love always, family and fii'ehds. < -Our baby boy, Wank,. Jr. has made .. .Alwa s kqoW, ... loved even when the serpent's trted to cast stones m our green pastures d -:Y. ... b ld ed d d h d .h h h anmtss. ut cou n t succe as A am an Eve as rna e 1t t roug t e F 'e d .t t Cha les h h'l f bl' h d h b Th n n s wn e o. r typ oon our ex 1 arab on o 1ss as conquere t e east e B t 11 # 8685 _01 8 devotion and admiration that your father and I have had over the F 'd Ieee, r t'4 alln. 5 t h h k 1 d e era or ec 1on ., t ree years as cast serpents to 1ts nees, Jea ousy ap envy 2600 Highway 301 s., Jesup, Wlth a prayer. GA 1 May the peace of God and the freshness of the Holy rest 3 599. -. in your rule in your dreams, and conquer all. May God ----.,...--_.,;:.._ __ manifest Himself in ways you have never experienced. joys be fulfilled, yo'ur dreams be closer, and your prayers be answered. I pray that faith enters a new height for you. I pray that territory is .enlarged I pray for peace, healing, health, happiness and prosperity. I have Wank, Sr. so think of your attempts as of tutorial learn. As Mommy and daddy awake together with breakfast in bed looking over our prince thanking God we've been blessed and there's nothing else we need. Happy birthday Baby Boy. Love, mommy, Kayella, and daddy, Wank, Sr. ''The :\kJice of/ Our Communitv Speaking for Itse-lf" (813) 248-1921

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heard how powerful God was While clients came in and went out she would listen to the stories of how God had brought His people from a mighty long way. sod eqn..save And Use Anvbodv! One interesting note is that some of the people who were taking advantage of her ser_ vices whei:e people who fol lowed the work of God. ghisweek's lesson from Joshua 2 . tells the story of a woman who found favor with God As you read this story you will realize that no m a tter what y our situation is in life there is still hope a nd po ssibi l ity for your sa l va tion and service . In thi s text JoshiJ a i s l ead. jng the children of I s ra_eL H e is pre p a ring to secretl y send out_two men to spy out the land and Jericho. When the men a rrived in Jericho they went into_ the house of a named Rahab. Rahab s occupation was that of (vs: 1). While many paid close attention 'to the vocation of Rahab, it is very important to note th(!t she was vital in t'he success of th.is mission . While she have been tge es " ,, . suggest how:e.\ierr;t)lat regard-' less of what ;f.t person's choice is in life -dod. can use therri for his pulp_os.';. : ,_ moment what the might be able to accoritP.lish if it e nlisted the heip of those around it. Imagine how many souls could be won if the church saw the young men on the corner as boys gone astray rather than "thugs" or "hood lums Every individual who engages in lifes t y l e s not pl e asing to God i s a b a d p e r s on or has a hard h ea rt. N o t e v ery c riminal is a tot ally bad person. Ther e ar e s om e p eo ple w ho do b a d things tha t are good people For certainl y we kl)ow som e good people who do some trea c herotis things As she talked to these men, Rah a b made a confession that changed her life and the life of all the people in her family Sometimes by saving one you can save many. She confessed that the God of the children of Israel was God in heaven above, and in the earth beneath (vs.11b). While she was engaging in her daily lifestyle she managed to hear about the God ) who was able to deliver In between her activities she ' . But no matter what the situation or lifestyle sh e still believed in God. There ar.e many people, who may do wrong, believe in the work and power of God There are still many people in the bond age of criminal lifestyles, drugs, a nd prostitution who belie v e in God a nd will c on f ess th e ir b elie f in Him As th e chur c h continue s to mov e forw a rd to posses th e land that God h a s given it is important not to undervalue a person because of their lifestyle. God can use anybody. God uses wh .om He wants to use and how He wants to use them God will lead you to the right people to help you at the right time. God has people all over the land who will help you accomplish the goal and mission He has placed before you. God does not see as man sees. Man looks at the ouF side, God looks at the inside. Remember, God can save and use anybody! &J,If:J RUliT1:3D . <--.::=: . : > -, .Helllii .,/ : -';. !,_ .' ;.: -FunderOI_ Uaht lillie World Deliverance Church :: . ,: :.' FL __ ,. - New Mt. Zion A.M. E. Church "A Super Natural Church Composed Of Super Natural People" 7 401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 (813) 837-0129 Office Hours: Tues. And Thurs. fo A.M. -6 P.M. REV,; J. C. SAN Pastor Live Radio Sat. Special Live Performances By: Derek Smith Francine Jones Michelle Dix Latonya Riley One Accord Frontline Da' ughter Of Humility Nadaleen Guerrier Melvin & Michelle Genya Hosted By: Randall C OfWTMP 1150/96.1 And FvJ:Oon,hlt" .. ---111uarv1o, 2101 1:00 P.l St. John Progressive M. B. Church 2504 Chipco Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 GSH Gospel Music 1Oth Annual Awards And Book Stipend Show. Come Orie, Come All And Enjoy The Music Of Gqd, ., ::c c c.. z c: ::c -< ,!D N c c (Q

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m 0 Church Directory .............................................................................. ... > lr '<( ::::) z <( -, c a: u. c C z <( c C/)_ w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w ::z:: ...J m ::::) a. z ;::: w ...J ...J ::::) m I ...J w z ;::: z w C/) <( c a: 0 ...J u. m I <0 w (.!) <( a. ALLEN TEMPLE : FIRST MISSIONARY ; A. M E._ CHURCH __ BAPTIST CHURCH OF 21 o1 Lowe st.' -HIGHLAND PINES .. _\yorship Activties: . Ea'fly-Worship 7:45A.M.. Sunday School. 9 ;30 AM: Marning Worship 1 1 AM:---< Bible 4711 21st Ave. REV; Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday-7 P . M Sunday School-9 :30_ A M Morning Worship-10:55 A.M. Church Van (813) 627-0338 TEMPLE-CREST' FIRST BAPTIST :CHURCH CHURCH CHRIST-... OFliNCOLN GARDENS. 'Tampa:; F.L 33604 4025 w Palmetto St. 879-1351 4-7525 Sun. Morn. Bible Study. : 9 :30 A.M. Sun. Morn. Worship -10:30 A : _M. Sun. Evening Worsliip-6:30 P .M. Mid Bible SJudy 7:30 ... Eve_ryone Welcome REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Pastor Sunday School-_9:30 A .M. MorningWorship-11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study . Wednesday -7:30 P..M. 'ro Know. Chrlst -And To Milke Chflst Known" GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.:B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. 9:45a.m. Morning Worship .11 a.m. Evening Worship -5 p.m. Prayer Meeting .7:30p.m. Visitors Are Welcomet 1 PEOPLE FOR .OHRIST NEW FRIENDSHIP GRACE MARY MISSIONARY MINISTRIES M.B. CHURCH 'BAPTIST CHURCH -MOUNT OLIVE -A. M. E. CHURCH FIRst BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 10511 Main Street 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 3901 N. 37th St 248-377 Thonotasassa, Fiorida 1902 W. LaSalle St., Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 254-6278 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa 248-6600 DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9:30/\. M. : -. Mornim Worship 11 AM.' . Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P .M. Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9:30 A.M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 : 30P.M Evening Worship 5 P.M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M Bible Study 7:30 P. New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 .-------==:-----. 81 3-2 42-6268 :;:' Sunday Morning qhurch School@ 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning-Worship@ 11:00 A.M. .: Night Youth Bible Study@ 6:30P.M. Weqriesday Night Meeting & -Bibl.e Study@ 7:00P.M BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. .(813) 248-5690 (813) 241-690 WEEKLY -WORSHIP SCHEDULE "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost ls In Full Control." Pastor EarlyMorning Worship-8 AM. Sunday School 9:30 AM. Morning Worship-10:50 A.M. Pastor """''"' GIVINS, First _ 9:30 A M. Church School. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P.M. 11 : 00 A M Worship THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Bible Study-Wednesday7 P.M. ST. MATIHEW M. -B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake A.ve Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7:45 A M Sunday School 9 30 a.m. Morning Worship 1 J a .m. Prayer Serv(ce Wednesday 7 p.'m Study of the Bible Wed 7:30 -8 : 30 p.m Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 :30-9 p.m Children & Youth Bible Study Weqnesday 7-8 : 30 p .m. Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a m. youth Bible Institute. 12 4 p.m. -: Teen Night-. Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p.m. FIRST BAPnST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastors Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 ; E-Mail: fbcopv @ tampabay rr.com Eat1y Worship 7:50 a .m. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship-10 : 50 a m. For Transportation CS!II SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service -6 :30p.m. Bible Study-7:30p. m Brotherhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a.m. 1st and 3rd Saiurday s Visit our WebSite or E-Mail us www.fbcch org info @fbcc h .org Jesus Is The wav The Truth And The life mtllowshlu 'wltll .. DR. SAM SR., Se[!ior Teach ,ing Pastor AduiVCb)ldter'l Worship_ :nmes 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A .M. '4:1!:1!fiil!t!lf, Sunday-9:45A.M: -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday -11 AM. -Adult Wednesday 7 P M.-Youth/ Children 7 : 30P M Adul_ l A Satellite Campus For Faith Bible lnstiiute G rowing The Church For Global Charge (AC1s 1 8, Rom. t:8, 1 Thes. 1 :8) the darkness; we and do not live liv it we walk in the light, as he is in the light we have fellowship,With one another; and th' 'blooltot Jesus, his, Son. purines us trom all sin. --. : :

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Church Directory REV. WALTER J. WIWAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55AM. Sunday Morning Worship -9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A. M Wed. Family Night-7 P.M. Dea. John' C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N. 29th St. TAMPA, FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship ......... : ....... 10:30A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. 5:00 P M Evening Worship.:,:: ............ : .. -6:00 P.M. Wednesday Night Class ...... .?:OO P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat.. ... 10-12 Noon ST. JOHN 3401 E 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer0f34fh St. & '25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248"3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8 : 00 A M Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 1 0:45 Worship Service .. : (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjmin istries@aoi:com Mission $tatem .ent: ; ':4 Church 'of the inner city reachingoutto t(le community by ministen ng to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA -BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue tCorner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.o: Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel; (813) 253.:5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt p r : aise Team EARLY'MORNINGWORSHIP. AT 7 ; 45 SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 Arvi. MORNING W9RSHIP.:. 11 A _M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B T U.) 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 : PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Hillsborough High School 5000 N. Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 .. -RE.v.: DELc;JRES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Service 8 ;00 A M B_ible Study Tuesday 7:00P .M. New Mt Silla M. B . Church :5702 E 32nd Ave. Tampa, FL 33.619 New Testament M. B. Church Qf Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 {813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Sunday.School 9:30A. M : Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A.M: Wed. Night Youth _Prayer ServicEi And Bible Study -Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving TfJt! S,innersArid, The a e!ievers" / Can Do All Thirigs Through Christ Who Strengthens Me." -Phil. 4 :13 JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST -EP.ISCOPM."CliiJRCH 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services 7 AM & 11 AM Church Schaol 9 :30 A:M: each Sunday Bible Study 7 P.M. . each Wednesday Take Prcigress Blvd to S 85th St' turn North go to Ash Ave turn E follow the curve Jo the left ( S 86th St.) and the church is on the right REV. JOE GAY, Pastor Wo.rship Se1v[ce Location 9007 Gunn Highway' Odessa, FL 33556 SUNDAYS Office Location; Georgetown Office Park 1307 W Fletcher Ave. Tampa, 33612 First. Fruit Worship Service 7 :30 A M Morning Celebration Service 11:00 A.M. THURSDAYS Voice Of The Word Bible Study 7:30P. M College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813-239-3161 Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship Opportunities 'Morning Worship 11:00A.M. YPWW-B :OO P.M Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY .BAPTIST CHURCH 1924 East Comanche Ave. Tampa, .. FL 33610 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exciting Place To Worship Electrifying Praise, Powerful Teaching & Preaching 10A. M. Every Sunday Morning PASTOR ZACHERY And MRS. FREDDIE HUDSON LAURA STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East Laura Street Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 William Kerrlson, Minister Sunday Morning Bible Study ......... 9 A M Morning Worship Worship 1 0 :15A.M Evening Worship ..................... 5 PM. Wednesday Morning Bible Study... .10 A .M. Evening Bible Study ................... 7 PM -Dr. ...... "e Ea .. ry a,,.,.. ' TheW '# c,e\S Eady \'\'otsbit): 7:4Srun Suudav School: 9:45am MomingWorship: Wednesday Night Bible Study:7:00pm 'TI :x:J c c.. )> z c )> :x:J -< <0 1\) 0 0 <0 '11 ,.. o ::u 6 )> en m z z m ,.. I llJ c: ,.. ,.. m z "'IJ c llJ ,.. en :::J: m c m :x:J -< -4 c m en c )> z c "T1 :x:J c

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. 1 9 .2009 AT 6:45 A.M. MONDAY, JANUARY HYATT REG:ENCY OOWNTOW. N TAMPA Keynote Speaker Professor Laurence H. Wesley Daytona Beach, Florida Purchase Tickets at the following locations: Downtown: Stewart. & Person. PA 501 E Kennedy Blvd. -Sui te 715 (813} 221-4454 West Tampa: Ray Williams .Funeral Home 301 N. Howard Ave. (813) 253 La Tanya's Hair Studio 131-5 W Cass Street {813) 253-2282 Temple ierrace: Miracles Barber & Beauty Academy 10224 North 30 h Street (813.) 9722895 North Tampa: Bible Based Fellowship 4811 Ehrlich Road (813) 264 Brandon: Sista Rise N' Shine 213 E. Robertson St. {813} 662-0502 HART .bright h ouse w J. 1-:'-.1 ... n; l ; n'jr t .. l t <.r. : ..p._ :,_ ..... !:Ae;;zt: Blul'Shlcld T. o, ,.,...,._1\..,.. r llc .. ..-r.rtlo HIIH (1'.(&, .siWIEIUA l'lnll11 Ald(",...h > l giHIII'JQ 'l&lj .. \IJ, oll';onda WASTE MANAGEMENT norlda senunel auueun. / 1) .. "T1 :::0 0 c... l> z c: l> :::0 -< CD I\) 0 0 CD "T1 r 0 :::0 0 l> en m z :::::! z m r I III c r-. rm ::! z "0 c III c en .:I: m 0 m < m ::c -< -4 c m en 0 l> z 0 "T1 ::c 0 C) m CD I OJ

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Vick Wants To Auction Georgia John Sallev sued Olympic Gold Medalist Comes $: Home After Value Drop To Aid 01 Morris Brown College MICHAEL VICK RICHMOND, VA After more than a year on the market and a $400,000 price reduction, Michael Vick's eight-bedroom home in the Atlanta area will go on the auction block if a bankruptcy judge agrees tothe move. The imprisoned former NFL star disclosed the auction plans late Monday in a new financial disclofiled in his :ba.nkruptc' y case .in Newport News. His are prepf!,_ring a motion seeking U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro's permission to seJ J the house in Duluth, to the bidder on or around Feb 16. Vick is serving a 23-month sentence. at the federal penitentiary in Leavenw6rth, Kan., after pleading guilty to a federal dogfighting conspiracy. His lawyers are trying to get him transferred to a halfway house in Virg{nia, perhaps as early as Jan. 20 six months before his AFC-Jan. 10th. 4:30p.m. Baltimore@ Tennessee projected release date. "Upon his release, the Debtor will return to Virginia and will seek to rebuild his life and the disclosure statement says. The suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last July, claim ing assets of $16 million and liabilities of $20.4 million. Santoro last month rejected Vick's disclosure statement, which major creditors had criticized as insufficiently detailed, and ordered the new one Vick Revises Bankruptcy Plan On Hopeful NFL Return Vick would have to keep a court official informed about his attempts to be reinstated by the NFL after his release from prison, under a revised bankruptcy plan proposed by his lawyers. The amended Chapter 11 reorganization plan was filed Monday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court: in Newport News. A committee representing Viqk's creditors endorsed the plan .and urged the tors to vote for its mation. Vick, once the NFL's highest-paid player, said in a November d .isclosure statement that he expected to resume his career after serving his 23-month prison term -for bankrolling a dogfighting conspiracy. His plan for paying his debts is premised oil again earning a big salary. SUNDAY NFC-Jan. 11th -1 p.m. Philadelphia@ N.Y. Giants :1,: I NFC -.Jan. 1 Qth 8:1 p. m. AFC-Jan.' 11th 4:45 p. m. Anzona @ Carolma Diego @ Pittsburgh ... .. --. ... AFC I NFC Championship Games-JANUARY 18th :Jl ATLANTA--Olympic < gold medalist and Morris JOHN SALLEY Former NBA and "Best Damn Sports" star John Salley should have learned by now ... you don't tug on Superman's cape, and you don t mess around with the most feared legal pit bull in Hollywood Martin Singer's firm, Lavely & Singer, was hired to have Salley's when he was sued back in 2005 allegedly for physically and mentally abusing his sup posed mistress. Singer's firm claims has ignored repeated requests to pay the $50,599 22 bill, so it's game on in L .A. County Superior Court. The case brought by the alleged mistress eventually was dismissed. Brought to you by ; .. ; .... Brown graduate Angelo Taylor is corriing to the aid of his alma mater. Taylor donated $10,000 to the historically black college founded by former slaves. The school has struggled to stay afloat in recent years. Water service at the school was restored Friday, after it failed to keep a payment agreement with Atlanta's water department. Lawyers for Morris Brown successfully petitioned a superior court judge to intervene in the matter, and the city agreed to turn the water back on before classes are scheduled to resume on Jan. 9 The school paid $100,000 Friday toward the overdue water bill that had threatened to close the school after 127 years if service wasn't restored. The city said the school still owes $259,624.32 on 15 Morris Brown graduate and U.S. athlete Angelo Taylor claimed the Men's 400 meter Hurdles gold medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, finishing in 47.25 seconds. accounts School officials held a second rally on Saturday, which raised more than $40,000 to help settle the debt. wednesday, January 21, 2009 9:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Brandon Community Center 502 East Sadie SQ"eet Brandon, FL 335i0 635-8179 Restrictions: Participants must be at least 55 years young. Only solo and duet acts -, ,tr.' no groups pl.ease. Please bring yolih>Wrt .,,,,. instrtn'i'fents oWn tapejcd to .. ... 1s noentry fee. 1 .: -.. HILLSBOROUGH -HIIISIJorougll Gounty ParkS. Recreation. 31111 Conservation perform in our Senior Star Talent. Show at the HCC Theatre, Brandon Campus. The,. date of the show is February 21..Tic-kets :: will be on sale after the audition at the Theatre and at any Bright House.Netwoli
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Du.nuv Readv To Debate life In, Out Of Football TONY DUNGY .INDIANAPOLIS Tony Dungy the challenge of coaching. .He just has to decide whether commuting f:roin Indianapolis to see his wife and children in Flo-rida is > worth it. Dungy will spend this a: week hl.s u. future 8$ coach of the Qol_ts, c rumual al of heading home to >. 'ramp a, Fla.; .to elm adequately_ UJ b'alance footbali life._w-ith W -f: ; --'-!1 lifi ... .-. ::::J: l:UllllY :' : . . A ::::J . a. to be tmnounce d :publicly ootil-next week. "There are family issues and other things you'd like to do,'' nungy said Suriday . "But' the bottom line i s we have a fun team to coach.' We have some great players, we have a 'team I know can wiri, and I still enjoy it. So we'll try to balanc e tho s e two and see what happens." In Dungy's 13 seasons as a head coach, seven in Indianapolis and s ix with Tampa Bay, he' s put together a .. sparkling resume. -He has 148 career wins, including playoffs, and ranks 19th all-time in victo ries: He's the only black coach to win a Super Bowl, the fl.rst coach in league history to reach the postseason in 10 consecutive seasons and the only coach to preside over six straight seasons of 12 wins or more. If Dungy returns next season and the Colts win 12 games agaill, he would pass former Vikings coach Bud. Grant, former Steelers coach Bill Cowher and tie Hall of Farner Paul Brown for 13th all-time Bucs' Morris latest candidate To Meet With-Broncos RAHEEM MORRIS ENGLEWOOD, Colo. Raheem Morris' inter:: viewing skills could make his promotion to defensive : coordinator in Tampa Bay a moot point. The Buccaneers' old secondary coach and defensive whiz moved up his interview 48 hours and met with the Denver Broncos about their coaching vacancy Monday. He's the third candidate to speak with Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, who stunned the NFL last week by firing Mike after 14 seasons. z i= RECEIVE UP TO $1000 ::l m .!. w z i= z w en ( a: 9 u.. Bring Your W2s or last Paystub! Get Your Money When you Want lt. Call -813-217-5084 Tampa -Or 727-565-1085 St. Pete tax cash in 1 0 minutes l ... --........ ---.......... .... ............ -------------------.. -.. -------.. ............ -.... ..:.-:.:. .. :.:. l$25 Off Coupon ROSS FROM MR. MONEY PAWN, OFF OF TH AND HILLSBOROUG .. INS .ibE YOUR i OOLLAR STO .. CORNER OF CHESTNUT & ROME 2SOB34TH ,, . 1 1 MILE E,A.ST OF SUPER WALMART ON TH ST. SOUTH Boldin Has Strained. Hamstring, Status uncenain TEMPE, Ariz --Arizona wide receiver Anquan Boldin has a strained left hamstring and his status is uncertain for Saturday night's NFC divisional play. off game at Carolina. "We'll see how it goes this week," coach Ken Whisenhunt said at his Monday news conference. Boldin was injured on a 71-yar-d touchdowi( passfrom Kurt Warner.in second quarter of Arizona's 30-24 wild -card playoff victory over the Atlanta' Faicons last Saturday. He returned to play one more series, then limped off the fieid for good . When you're dealing with hamstrings you just never know," Whisenhunt said. "I've seen guys that have come played a cou ple of days later, I've seen guys who are thre e or four weeks." Saints' Bush, Has Kne e suruerv NEW ORLEANS The New Orleans .Saints have confirmed that running back Reggie Bush had surgery on his left knee, and will require months of reha. bilitation However, Bush is expected to be ready for minicamp in June. Saints GM Mickey Loomis said Bush had a microfracture procedure performed on his left knee after he was placed on injured reserve in midDecember, according to the New Orleans TimesPicayune. Saints coach Sean Payton indicated last week that Bush underwent REGGIE BUSH an arthroscOpic procedure performed by Dr. James Andrews irr Birmingham, Ala Loomis said the surgery was not a "major" procedure, according to the report Former Viking Eller sues Minneapolis Police MINNEAPOLIS -Vikings great Carl Eller sued ,the Minneapolis Police Department on Mcmday, alleging officers violated his civil rights, used excessive force and concealed tape evidence when they subdued_ him during an arrest last April. The Hall of Fame player was arrested after he allegedly drove through a stop sign and narrowly missed hitting a squad car. Officers followed him home, where they say he became combative. He was with fQurth-degree and making terroristic threats, which are felonies, and driving while impaired and refusing to take a chem ical test for alcohoi, which are gross misdemeanors. Police dismisssed the lawsuit as baseless. The suit, filed in federal court, seeks damages of more than $75,000, plus punitive dam-CARL ELLER ages. . "All of. this truly could have been prevented if Carl had stopped at the initial interaction with police,'! said Sgt. Jesse Garcia, a police spokesman. is to go on trial on the criminal charges this week.in Hennepin County District Court. Prosecutors have said that if he's con victed, he'll likely face some combination of up to a year in jail and probation

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Sports Phil IV DA Unable To MARVIN HARRISON PHILADELPHIA --A gun owned by Indianapolis Colts star Marvin Harrison was used in an April shooting, but investigators still can't determine who pulled the trigger, the city's chief prosecutor said Tuesday. Five bullet casings found at the North Philadelphia shooting scene came from Harrison's weapon, but investigators have conflict !ng witness accounts of who fired it, Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham said. -No cliarges have been filed the April 29 shooting and the investigation remains open "It's not enough to say that a gun fired a bullet," Abraham said. "I'm not prepared to say who fired the gun." She added that she thinks she knows who the gunman was, but does not have the evidence to prove it. The victim has sued Harrison and law enforcement will be keeping tabs on that proceeding to see if any new evidence emerges that could help the criminal investigation, Abraham said. Harrison's attorney, Jerome Brown, declined to comment Tuesday. The receiver's agent, Tom Condon, said he hadn't talkeq to his client about the matt.er in some time, but remained confident Harrison had done nothing wrong. "Marvin asserted that he hadn't done anything and that he was not involved," Condon said "I was confident that Marvin wasn't involved." Colts president Bill Polian lauded Abraham's decision not to file charges at this time. Melo Out But Won't Need suruerv CARMELO.!\NTHONY DENVER -Carmelo Anthony didn't care for the color of the new remov able splint he was sporting on his broken right hand, preferring it to be Denver Nuggets blue over bright red. Then again, a splint of any color sure beats surgery The Nuggets All-Star guard will miss at least three weeks after breaking a bone in his shooting hand in a victory over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night. He's been told by doctors he'll be out three to four w _eeks. Surgery would've sidelined him much longer. Richardson Apologizes For oistraction PHOENIX --Phoenix Suns guard Jason Richardson apologized Tuesday for creating a "distraction" after being accused of driving under the influence of alcohol. A citation filed in court says the ex-Michigan State star was stopped by a Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community police officer in the early J;Uorning ofDec. 21. "The only thing I really have to say is, I just want to apologize for the distraction to my teammates, to the Suns organization, especially the fans," Richardson said after practice Tuesday. "It's a distraction going on, but I'm just going to let the judicial system take its course Richardson is accused of having a blood alcohol level above 0.08 percent while driving a 2008 Mercedes. He's also accused of failure to drive in one lane. -Richardson declined to JASON RICHAR.l)SON discuss the incident further on the advice of his lawyer, whom he did not identify. Richardson called the arrest "one stupid mistake I made," and he said he hopes it doesn't change the public's perception of him. "Everybody who knows me knows I'm a great per son, knows I'm a good guy," he said. "And the things I do in the community -I just hope this doesn't ruin anything I've done in the past." CALL 1.866.61 4.8684 OR CLICK verizon.com/fiostriple 172 louiCt. 8t1Jl1dwuk leplemb!t II, 2001. t180 is a lt tvtCt mll'< olllome Bo Olke, to<. Rai!'\IW)e!t toch.tn<)tdlter term II 19tJIIytenntn.Jt4fo fet'.ll-19'1 Avaol.tblt to ntH fiJI IV cll\lomro OVR lot fin: 6 momill.lt.nl;rdodtrl.lflllly t-.gio>liopl-1 r.otVOrifot Q ., r-0 2J g en m z -1 z m r-1 m c: r rm -1 z "'0 c: m r-c;; :::z::: m c m < m -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :a c

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en g Entertainment C\1 en fi: <( ::J z <( ..., a: LL 9 a: LL C z <(_ W ::J I-f[ w > w 0 w :I: (/) ::J m ::J D. z i=-w ...J ...J ::J m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL Five Wounded In Shootout Outside E-40 Show In Denver Brolin & Wright Strike Deal in Cop Case concertgoers were leaving, with bullets flying "everywhere," according to a security guard at a nearby hotel, which was also hit with gunfire, according to the Denver Post. One witness told KWGN -.. J: WRIGHT E-40 Denver police are still searching for suspects in a shooting. -early Saturday morning-outside a club show by Bay Area rapper E-40 that lefti five people injured. 0ne of the victims was still listed in critical condition -on Sunday. to 9 News in Denver, the shootings occurred outside Club Vinyl in the downt"o7wn area just before 2 a.'m. Approximately 100 people were standing outside the venue when shots-rang o-gt. Witnesses reported that the ran away after shooting into the crowd. The incident occurred as the cluJ;>_ y;_as closing and he saw 50 or oO -patrons "running for their lives," and while police wouldn-'t say what triggered the incident, the eyewitness said he saw three men with guns and a knife chasing and firing at three other men. Anotherwitness, who works. at the hotel that was hit by bullets, told the Rocky Mountain News that -police are at Club Vinyl three to five times a week and that fights are common atthe nightspot. Police said they believe so:p1e of victims were leaving the club at the time of the shootings, but it was unclear if all five had attended the concert As of Sunday, ho arrests had been made in the shootings, and a spokesperson for the Denver Police Department could not be reached for comment on Monday (December 29) morning for additional details. Josh Brolin and Jeffrey Wright have just settled their criminal case in Shreveport, LA. Brolin and Wright were charged with interfering with a cop during a bar brawl last July. Both were pepper sprayed and :Wright was tasered. U ndei-the terms of the deal, as long as they don't have nin"ins with the law from till March 11, all charges will be dropped Score another victory for attorney Blair Berk. 'ubscribc "The \4Jice of Our Community Speaking for /tse(f" 813) NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTiCE. All SERI.OUS I NJURlES. (813) 975--4444 1--800--711--5452 WWW.GIBBSANDPARNELL.COM OUR FIRM IS RATED "AV" BY MARTINDALE-HUBBELL, THE HIGHEST RATING FOR lEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDAIU), WORLDWIDE. Tlre.l/i,.inn /fA l.lm :w:r / .-; Anlu.tpmtant Th.;t Shvu/rl :\'ot fie l1amd IJpm: -idv et'ti.tu'flr<'nl. He_/(n-e }lm Dechfie, Ask U.t r,, Send )(m FREE Af.mll Ou,. Qua!ijkt.JiitJf!$ .Jnd f :'\pm iem:e. Death Row Records Is Up For Sale The record label that. launched the career of Snoop Dogg and elevated the career of producer Dr. Dreis up for sale Marion Suge Knight's Death Row Records will be sold to the highest bidder in an auction taking place January 15. The potentially lucrative catalog, which contains previously released and unheard materialfrom Dr. and the late Tupac Shakur, has remained in limbo since 2006, when Knight filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy pro-MARION 'SUGE' KNIGHT tection. Since then, two potential buyers, Warner Music Group and Global Music Group fa _iled to close deals for the catalog. Bevonce Donates Movie Salarv To Drug Treatment Centers Only weeks after the release of Cadillac Records, actress/singer BeyQnce .. Knowles has decided donate her entire S!ilary from .the movie Cadi'llac Records to dr)lg 'treatment centers across the country. Beyonce's salary, an undisclosed amount, was donated to Phoenix House an organization that has provided trea tmert t and recovery options to men, women, and teens for over forty years. Phoenix House operates irt -nine states including Texas, California, Florida and New York. Several reports have stated that the amount donated was $4 million According to Phoenix House's Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Karen Sodomick, Beyonce has BEYONCE \ -been "amazingly generous" to the organization and the Houston native is even working with the tion to start a program. _.,_:: Aside from the donation: by Beyonce, Phoenix House has also benefited from the premieres of Cadill'ac; Records. lii Kim looking To Expose Mother Of The Notorious With less than two weeks until tJle debut 'of the Notorious B.I.G.'s biopic, Notorious, Biggie's former .girlfriend and female rapper, Lil Kim, is publicly ready to expose Violetta Wallace, the rapper.s moth. er, for the portrayal of their relationship in the film -Lil Kim is ready to set the record straight. Kim, who was rumored to be displeased with the selection of Naturi Naughton, former ly of 3LW, also played an obsolete role in the construction of the film. However, Sean "Diddy" Combs; partner in rhyme, and Faith Evans, Biggie's wife, played an intricate role in the film's production. The hip hop community, who knew Kim to be Biggie's right hand girl, was also puzzled as to why Kim herself had noth ing to do with the project. In a recent interview with Hip Hop Weekly, Kim ULKIM informed the publication, "I've had enough and I'm about to expose them both ... I've been-quietfor a long time". She added, "I'm very disappointed in Faith. There's nothing Faith or Ms. Wallace could do to stop me from reppin' B.I.G. all day," asserted Kim. "I'm gonna always do that ... It's time for Ms. Wallace to be exposed."

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Entertainment Mariah Carev Told OH BV Scientists For E=MC2 Claims !!. . rather than reference the famous equation, she declared the title stood for "emancipation equals. Mariah Cqrey times two". Mathematician Dr. David Leslie was upset -that the singer had "misread the algebra." "The 'two' in the equation means C squared, not MC multiplied by two," he explained. "The correct of the equation is E=MCC, so perhaps M:a:riah's re-interpret;:ttiori should have been 'emanci-Scientists have pation equals Mariah criticized Mariah Carey's Carey Carey'?" mathematics skills, r Carey has not commentshe appropriated Albert ed on her slip-up, but she Einstein's mass-energy. : _cine of several celebr.iequivalence formul-a for an ,-: ties jn:illed''up 'by charity album title. ; Sense .About Science about The singer c aiie d her: .. 'their ihisleading "scientific" r .ecent albuni E=MC2, but chi.ims. Subscribe Toda_y! Rihanna Taking No Wardrobe Risks For Malavsia Show RIHANNA KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA --The good girl gone bad has promised to be good for one night. R&B sensation Rihanna will shun skimpy when she . Malaysia next mon' tfi, the.concert's organizers said becoming the latest internationa! star affected by the Muslim"majority country's strict rules on performers' dress. Recent concerts by Gwen Stefani and Avril Lavigne faced ,protests by conservative Muslim over immodest clothes. Stefani eventually made what: she. cal-led "a major, sacrifice" at her show by doiu'ling attire that revealed little skiri. Under government guidelines, a female performer. must be covered from the top of her chest, including her shoulders, to her knees. Jim Jones savs H .e': s 'Luckv' Toae free NEW YORK --Following an alleged fight with a member of Ne-Yo's entourage, Jim Jones said he's fortunate to be a free man. "I guess I got lucky," Jones said after coming out of Manhattan's 18th Precinct. "I got a DAT." Jones was issued a Desk Appearance Ticket instead of a trip behind bars for the misdemeanor assault charge . .. The alterciation took. place ; at the Fifth Avenue Louis Vuitton store, where police say Jones punched and 'kicked someone who w -as traveling with Ne-Yo.' Although police have yet to release the victim's name, Internet reports have widely identified him as a man named Vaughn, tne brother of Tyran "Ty Ty'; Smith, who works with Ne-Yo. Ty Ty is the longtime best friend and colleague of Jones' lyrical nemesis, Jay-Z. "I don't know what this is for," Jimmy said when asked about the fight. "All I know is I was shopping. I don't know what happened. -, .Jim J ,ories cation gav h iru another sobering look--:at life and career. "Being a gimgsta rapper or a 'hardcore' rapper, yoti find yourself' stuck' between a rock and a hard place," he said . "It's-. thin. lihe, because there's things I ve done in my to get where I ain 'today; and I've benefited off it. For me to make a transition take my career to the next level, there's some things I can't obviously do anymore. What I mean by that is, you play the tough guy and put yourself into those positions and things cah happen. You end up like this, (with] a big inconvenience. \ ,,, Z:.". 'T1 :::0 c c.. )> z c )> :::c -< .!D 1\) 0 0 . CJ) -t z m r I QJ. c r r m :::1 z "tJ c Ill r c;; ::::t m c m < m :::c .-<. c! m CJ) c >. z c . ::c c )g--G")' m ...... (0 . I m

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(7) Entertainment o) > a: <1:. ;::) z < .., > a: I.L c a: I.L c z < c ffi ;::) 1-> a: w > w c w ::Z::: en: ':i. m ;::) c.. z i=< w ..... ..;J o m I .;.J W z -i= z w en a: 0 ...I LL. Oprah Blames W _eiuht Gain on Abusing Food OPRAH WINFREY Having already expressed how a ngry and em bar_ rassed she feels after ping the 'at 200 pounds, Oprah Winfrey is now doing something about it. With her TV show launching Best Life Week the medi'a mogul, 54, says, according to a transcript posted on her official Web site, that when it came to her 40-pound weight gain, "It' s not about the food. "It's about using food -abusing food. Too much work . Not enough play. Not enough time to come down. Not enough time to really relax. I She adds : I am hungry for balance. I'm hungry to do something other than work." Practically speaking, that means Winfrey -who has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism (a hormonal imbalance) -is devoting more time from her 14-hour workday schedule to her own well-. being, including' exercise. It also means she .is finished making excuses for herself. Top Model Engaged To 'House of Pavne' Star I.ANCEAndEVA "House of Payne" star Lance Gross gave his girlfriend, actress and Top 'model winner, Eva Marcille, the perfect Christmas present -a wed ding proposal. While vacationing with their families-Mar _cille and Gross decided t o open gifts aft e r dinne r i n their rented cabin. Whe n Marcille opened her gift-a pillow with a note attached that read: "Hope you like it. I was in a complete state of shock!" the 24-year-oltl Los Angeles native said "I cried. It was totally unexpected. I'm still in shock. I could not even sleep because I wa:s afraid that I might wake up from the most beautiful dream ever "Eva's mouth went from closed to on the floor!" jokes Gross, 27, a Howard University alum. "She asked, 'Baby' is this real? Baby, are you playing with me?' Then she said, Forever and always : Yes; Yes, Yes!' And jumped up and hugged me, crying, and then she did her happy dance!" Travolta FamiiV Returns To u. s. with son's Remains JOHNAndJEIT TRAVOLTA FREEPORT, Bahamas-Actor John Travolta" and wife Kelly Preston returned to Florida with the remains of their 16-year-old son, Jett, who died at the family vacation home in Grand Bahama. . The couple received an urn with his ashes and left the island on Monday night. Doctors in' the Bahamas. ,. performed an' autopsy .on Jetton Monday but did not release results. However, a Bahamas undertaker said the teen' s death certificate had "seizure" as the cause of death. Jett Travolta had' a his-. tory of seizures and was. found unconscious Friday in a: bathroom .The body W-S in "great condition. ( :.s _a:_id Glen CampbelJ, assistant direc tor of the Bahamas funeral home that handled Jett's remains, though police offi cials h a d s a id the teen hit hi s h e ad on' a bathtub. Simmons Sister Running Things on MTV Show Girls: Angela and Vanessa Simmons, center, along with their cousin, Jessica, right, and friend, Alycia, left, moved to Los Angeles and brought MTV's cameras along for the ride on their new show "Daddy' s Girls." Los Angeles has some new reality TV princesses ... v anessa and Angela Simmons. After three years of watching this duo and their family on MTV's "Run's House," we still can't get enough of the down-to-. earth sisters who aren't depending on their family get to the top. Now the daughters born into. a hip-hop dynasty have left the nest and they're branching out. Cameras captured them as they settle d into a new life in Los Angeles on their new reality show, Daddy's Girls As they continue to build their own apparel company, Pastry, and pursue their. dreams in L.A. Joined by their cousin, Jessica, who interned at Pastry while in college and best friend, Alycia; the. foursome take. L A on Simmons style. The show airs on Monday nights at 10p.m. DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button -Pitt (Best a n d T araji 11enson (Supporting) should get an Oscar for their roles. Very go9d movie, different, but a little too long. (2 47 min.) [****). Slumdog Millionaire-Worth Seeing [***%) ; Valkyrie :. Based on a true story, Tom Cn,.Jise is a Nazi coLqnel w!'}o launches an attempt on Hitler's life. Enjoyed it![***%). . ; Bedtime Stories-' Adam Sandier is a hotel handyman who realizes that the bedtime stories he tells his sister's kids are coming true. 'Kids [***) . \ ; Seven Pounds-Will Smith stars in this intense drama about an IRS:agent with serious secrets. A definite tear-jer_l .... ' '"i ( RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video

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Ask Deanna/ Is an advice column known for its. fearless approach to reality based subjects! Dear Deanna: My sister listens to music that is vulgar and explicit. She listens to any type music and doesn't care that she's : exposing her children to adult lyrics and content. Her chi I. dren are now beginning to repeat the lyrics and she gets upset and shouts at them She can't see that they're-simply rep eating and singing the songs. Other than turning off her music, what other options are there? Dear Anonymous: Anonymous Seattle, WA Your sister is and using bad judgment on this simple com mon sense issue -obviously she's not a rocket scientist and should see her kids are imitating art. _In this case, the bad art of explicit lyrics. Write the lyrics to some of her music and give it to. her on a sheet of paper. When she looks at this mess in black and wh.ite, per haps she'll have a chaf)ge of heart and be more of an adult when it comes to what she listens to around her children. Ask Deanna! can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at 3 : 00pm in Los Angeles, CA. Ask Dea.nna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1 @ya-hoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega,' Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.ask-deanna.com. Contact: (310) 600-9729. HOROSCOPES Linda C. Black Today's Birthday You're in a very dreamy mood this year, which is per-fectly fine. If you're going to make something of this amazing condition, however, learn how to take good notes im_mediately upon awakening. body said or what you used to think. Trust your intuition instead, regarding your next achievements. Go for what turns you on. Cancer (June 22-July 22) It's possible for )lou to reach at least one of your goals today If you're not there yet, give yourself credit for what Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) you've done. Then get back to ; Follow through work. : OU you'd dO, eyE!n if_ if 'Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) osts ypu .. more than expeG.t.a.d : cY.ou could be watching a star It's very important now being born Provide people know you can be trust_ agement. This person has ed. cheered you on in the past. Aquarius (Jan. 2Q-F.eb. 18) Return -:-All of a sudden. Vir'go (A&:ig; 23:-Sept : 22) stand God, a Wtth Don't take : off com pletely : into : _your fantasy' Keep 'at r:nakes ttus least' one on the ground. . ngfit Others .want you to your keep studytng b.,-,. t .-ht 'th th p . ... / c F b 19 M h 2 0 ) n _1an-tns1g sw1 em . ,_ .. .. -. arc,. .. :b t. -Libra (Sep't. 22f -_ -,.. t 1 e a m1rac e, 1,1 F 1 h h : !,rs slr:nple. Somebody : o _ throug w.tt ., :::tl c c... l> z ALL MY CHILDREN: JR's drunken disclosure GENERAL HOSPITAL: Spinelli was arrested ; of Krystal's affair with David -led Tad to bar her by the FBI, andto get him released, Jason had to :::c from any contact with Jenny After being given become an undercover jnformant, supplying -< full custody of Jenny, Tad softened enough to information to bring down Sonny and Anthony. jD allow Krystal to see her ....:. but without David or Katie spied on Claudia as she,'Wa!ched the DVD. pills. A panicked Amanda bqught a home pregLater, a curious Kate asked Ja:x: if Jerry and nancy test. Annie's nightmares made .. her want to Claudia co_ uld have ever up: With Robin kill Greenlee . Aidan told a suspicious Dr. Sinclair refusing to admit she may have post-partum he wants to help Annie, and talked to her from depression, her mental state concerned Patrick, his adjoining cell. Annie followed Aidan's advice who tried getting her to talk ,to Lainey. As Nlkolas and claimed she's forgiven Greenlee. Josh confided to Alexis that he stillmisses Emily, vowed vengeance against Zach and took Reese Rebecca arrived in town. Following a disaster at hostage, leading to a confrontation with Zach, as the hospital, Patrick described t _he events leading a gunshot rang out. Coming: Kendall's hold on up to the tragedy Coming: Spinelli has to deal life is precarious with a rival. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Convinced by Lily GUIDING LIGHT: Dr. Wenke! refused Alan's that he needs to show the world he's changed in bribe, but couldn't bring Bill's memories to the order to get custody of Johnny, Craig shocked surface To prevent Lizzie frorri being drawn back early with a marriage proposal. Unable to tell the to Alan's influence, Bill abducted her and took police the truth, Katie faced the consequences her back to the factory, hoping to remember what when Brad told her they are estranged, since happened Blake got hold of Coop's manuscript chose her brother over him. Lucinda helpec and offer-ed it to her publisher, believing the story Noah and Luke get back together, and lateq is about her Despite the negative outcome found closure when Brian finally admitted he's Mallet's fertility test, he and Marina vowed to gay. Robby Sanchez, who planned the robbery have a child Jeffrey investigated Shayne's past Jade became involved in, escaped from jail apd and discovered that his girlfriend, Lara, is dead. took Derek hostage. Jade risked her life and was Shayne claimed to Dinah that her death was his nearly shot after Robby fired at Derek, who fault because he didn't clear a field and Lara was understood why she did it and agreed to take a killed in an explosion Meanwhile, someone tot paternity test. Coming: A ruling is made at lowed Shayne Coming: Emma's "innocent" Johnny's custody hear ing. school paper has unintended consequences. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Ridge couldn't deal ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Brody finally learned the with Stephanie and Brooke's constant battles and truth about the night he shot and killed a boy i had an emotional collapse, revealing his true Iraq. Jessica forced Bess to tell her and Tess the feelings towards Rick. Ridge's mental state made truth about the baby. Starr found Todd at Hope's him confuse Steffy for Phoebe, and he made a grave, where he vowed to become _omeone she serious threat. Br i dget, concerned about Rick could love again With everyone unaware, Janet walked in on him doing exactly what she warnec was shown to be in Llanview As part of her and him not to, while Rick intended to keep his new Ray's plan, Tea had Langston receive a letter addiction a secret. Nick's secrecy led Katie to containing an apology from Ray, as well as a investigate what he's doing behind her back, and note for Lola Vanessa and Cristian made love learned what he s been hiding Nick got his Dorian devised a new plan when David rejected answer when he tested Katie's loyalty. Thorne her seduction attempt Challenged by John about stllnned Eric when he released the pent-up rage her behavior, Marty kissed him. Bo insisted that he: s been harboring over being slighted for .so Matthew tell the school principal who's selling tong. Coming: The war between families heats drugs. Coming: Jessica makes a shocking rave-up even more. lation . . 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C7) 0 0 C\1 a) > a: <( ;::) z <( .., > ::3 a: LL. 60th Binhdav Celebrated Friday evening, October 17, 2008, the Christ Community Christian Center Church family enjoyed a joyous birthday celebration for. their beloved Pastor/Founder Walter King Laidler, Jr. was born to the pareri.ts of Walter King Laidler,' Sr. and Hattie Davis Laidler on Sunday, October 17, 1948. Yes! He's reached the beautiful number given to him at 60 years The birthday was held in the Seth Academy School cafeteria. The theme for the gala birthday was Hawaiian. The cafeteria was decorated in an style and the gliests wore vibrant Hawaiian outfits as well a the birthday celebrant, Pastor Walter K. Laidler. Minister Phillip Walker assisted Pastor Laider with his 6oth birthday cake. PASTOR WALKER K. LAIDLER The Acad.emy staff, Elouisc' Robinson, 'l ;crry tlroadnax, Cnrol Herbert, Pastor Wulter Laidler; Jr_. and Ozie Colston, were on hand for the celebration. A -Celebrated 90th Binhdav For Close Friends, Doris Summers And Clifford Saunders (I;R) Both Doris Summers (Dec. 5th) and Clifford Saunders (Dec. 29th) tunted 90 years old. A big 90th birthday bash washeld on December 13, beginning at 7 p. m. at t ;he Freedom Center, Lakeland. The family and friends of Mrs. Doris and Ms. Clifford honored the popular duo with a happy birthday bash that will hold memories for years to come The motif created a beautiful Christmas. scene a la decorations of red, green, gold and a touch of white. The-two-grand ladies of the evening were elegantly dressed in their Christmas colors. Doris looked in a green velvet dress with matching acce 'ssories. Ms. Clifford looked like a star in her head-to-toe red outfit. A personal birthday from the Honorable Governor Crist, State of was to Mrs. Clifford Saunders saying, "Best wishes on your 90th birthday, conRelatives attending the grand birthday celebration were from New Orleans, Georgia, Arcadia, St. Petersburg and of course Lakeland/Polk County. The dinner was prepared by the relatives from New Orleans. The entertain-. ment that graced-the evening was well-known' : songstress, Diane Ashley,_ Cameron an' d Dominique. The DJ ofthe evening was the greatgrandson of Doris Summers, : Correnthian, a.k.a., CMoney GS. The host/hostesses were Doris' chil-, dren, Eunice -and Dorothy, and grands; Tondra, Danney Faye, Carlos, Fred, DJ C-Money, Javal and JuJean. Ms. Doris is a member of Pilgrim Rest F. W. B Church. Ms. is a member of N e w ; Be:thel AME, Lakeland., ,. ; r -' December 2008, whaf : a year : -- 4 Star Rated **** 3 -5 year olds L ie# CHC110101 FULL TIME. CHILD CARE. $ 6_ : o-. 0 o . --; .week .. .: :" . . .. : . .. FREE VPK .-, ... 1 Ask about Hour Program COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHILDCARE . (DBA of Fun Fcto!Y Cntr, Inc.) . \ 4215 Or lent Road, T,ampa, FL 336'10 -Call: 813-244-6832 www.CommunityChristlanChlldcare.com . .

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Polk County News January, 2009 Happy birthday to the fol lowing celebrants The flower this month is the Carnation and the birthstone is the Garnet. Happy birthday to Mrs. Mary Waring, who will brate .her 68th birthday, January 17, 2009, with family and friends. New Bethel AME Church R,;ev. Pearce Ewing, Pastor and members extend biJ.1hday greetings to:Deloris Mo'ntgomery; -James Chandler Bar,bara Strong-Holman, Clinton Glover, Rosetta Mobley-Stubbs and Florida Hinson. A double celebration for the Bennetts, James (Jan. 2) and Sandra Grier-Bennett (Jan. 5), who are also celebrat ing _uteir Also celebrating their anniversary this month are Reverend and Mrs. Pearce Ewing. Greater St. Paul Church Rev. N. S. Sanders, Pastor and congregation send birthday wishes to: Marion Edwards, Dr. Ann Woodard_ ; Morris Chestang; Jr., Clifford Dea. f;urtis Palmore and Mildred. McMillon. First Baptist Inst. Rev. Alex Harper, Sr., Pastor and fellow church members are wishing happy birthday to: Aldrice McCoy, Gwendolyn Stevenson, Gertrude Williams, Ashenka Broome and Martha Williams, Lawrence Speed, Eric White, Christopher Silas, Rev, Davy Wright and Dea. Robert Fields. New Mt. Zion M; B. Church Happy natal day greetings to: Monica Brooks, Edith Gatlin, Almeta Jones,. Sheila Patterson, Pauline Lyons, Regina McGriff al).d Dea. Nathaniel Robinson. From Pastor, Dr; 'J. S. Hardie and church family. Blessed Memories. In 2008, Lakeland's N. W. community incurred the l oss of loved ones that shared their life and love with us. You are all truly loved and missed dearly. MRS. WILLIE MAE THOMAS Feb. 4, 1932 -Nov. 14, 2008 Mrs. Thomas, a .k.a. I'Snooky" and "Baby Love" .WC!-S. a Washington Sr. High Grad and a popular member of the His&. Hers Club. MOTHER MARY DODSON June 22, 1927-i>ec. 9, 2008 Mother Dodson retired from the Polk County Board as a Bus Driver. She was a member of Pilgrim Rest F. W Baptist Church for many years and a member of the D. L. Bright Singers. HENRY FIELDS Dec. 23, 1923 -Dec. 11, 2008 Mr. Fields was a faithful member ofNew Bethel A M. E. Church, Lakeland. He attended the A. M. E. Church in Sarasota before failing health brought him to Lakeland with the Fields family. KENNETH B. SQUIRE, SR. May 30, 1957-Dec. i3. 2008 Mr. Squire, Sr., a.k.a., "Elmo," graduated from Kathleen Sr. High in 1975, and received due recognition for football and baseball. He was the much-loved Custodial Engineer for Harmony M. B. Church. MRS. RUTH REDDICK Deceased: Dec. 31, 2008 Mrs. Reddick was a former member at New Bethel AME Church, Lakeland. .New Year's Greetings A special hello goes out to: Lola King, Geneva Ware, Lena Libson, Mother Mary May (Tampa), Rev. Willie Cook (Tampa), Lynn Simpkins, Helen Chappel (City Hall), Helen Mallard, Lauristine King, McBessie Melton, Beverly Henderson, Mr. "Cowboy" Hobbs (night manager at the B. P. Station on W. Memorial Blvd. and a Florida Sentinel distributor), Cora Gatlin, and the James and Marie. \If,\ l,tl, lll:._: \ppltt .IIIJtll I 1>/ I Hqd!l\ lllllll illi\ll 'Jiilll'l J,t!jii!Hd DARRYL STARKES Roofmg Contractor Licenses RC0067277 Licensed-Bonded-ln611red 1802 E. Mobile Avenue Tampa, FL336l0 (813) 477..0108 Fax: (813) 236 DARRYL. STARKES ThankYo.u A thank you is extended to friends for your support of Gabbing With Gloria: Kathleen Beauty Box, Evangelist Carolyn Williams (Harold Silas, Jackie Suggs, Chief Roger Boatner of the Lakeland Police Dept.), Bishop Henry Rodmon, John Ruffin, Reggie Ardis, Sonji Coney, Stanley Hawthorne, Pastor Barbara Giles, Dr. Neriah Roberts, Pastor William Boss, New Bethel AME Church, Charles "Chuck" Oldham, Mary Fulton, Carolyn Butler (Ft Lauderdale, Ormond Beach) and Kassandra Black. EEG Celebrates 5 Years The Education and Enlightenment Group (EEG) is celebrating 5 years with several events to 'Celebrate The Dream.' On January wth (Saturday), Project Alpha will host "What's Your Hook, Part III," A Youth Educational Leadership Seminary at The Freedom Center, 635 W sth Street, from 11 a. m. -3 p m. This event is sponsored by Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Mu Zeta Lambda Educational Foundation, Inc. On January 17th (Saturday), the MLK Annual Parade will be held. Line up starts promptly at 11 a. at Kathleen Road and 14th Street. The Founder is Christine Simmons. The Sponsor is the City of Lakeland Later, at the Bryant Stadium, 1125 N. Florida Avenue, the Battle of the Bands JAMboree will be held from 1-5 p m. High schools from across the State of Florida will go head to head. The co-sponsors of this event are: The City of Lakeland, Lakeland Police Department and Lakeland Parks & Recreation. On January 22nd (Thursday), the MLK Oratorical Contest will be held at Word Alive Ministries, 302. E Memorial Blvd at 6 p. m. This is for Lakeland Middie and High school. contestants only. The theme is, 'The Legacy Of A Dream,' What impact has Dr. King's 'Dream' had on this past elec tion year? Co-sponsor is Word Alive Ministries. January 24th (Saturday), the Martin Luther King, Jr., Leadership Banquet will be held at the Apostle Henry Ross Sr. Family Life Center, 1302 Luther King, Jr. Avenue, at 7 p. m. 'more information, visit mJake}and&ov.net. Gloria's Things & Other Things Quotes Always do right. This will gratify some people and aston ish the rest. Whoso neglects learning in his youth loses the past and is dead for the future. RESIDENTS ENJOY A CHRISTMAS LUNCHEON The Lakeland Housing Authority (LHA) invited its senior/disabled Public Housing residents to be entreated to a Christmas Luncheon on Tuesday, December 23, 2008. The host-site was the northside Golden Corral Restaurant in Lakeland, Florida. Everyone enjoyed their choice of deli cious foods and desserts from the GC buffet! Some of the attendees {who had the chosen tickets) took home beautifully Christmas gift-wrapped doorprizes that were d istributed during a ticket-drawing. Some of the residents who accepted LHA's invitation and attended the luncheon were: Lillie Brown, Linda Whipple, Rhonda Payne, Stephanie Riley, Ruby Mitchell, Jenny Lopez, James Russ, Nita McGee, Frankie McClain, Dorothy Odom, Toxi Dockins, Ann Klemenz, Carolyn Davis, Annie Harris Bessie Smith, Betty Hill, Josie Canty, Karen Hoard, Nanette Campbell, and Dorothy Sanders. LHA team chaperones were: Rodney Ford, Rita Vanessa Johnson arid Cynthia ZornShaw. POLK COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS Open Enrollment Period In Process: The week of January 2009 is open enrollment period for applications to Polk County Magnet and Choice Schools for the 2009-2010 school year. Free Workshops. for Special Needs Children Parepts: The Florida Diagnostic Learning Resources System in collaboration with the Polk Public Schools' Exceptional Student Education Department will hold .free workshops for parents. and guardians of special needs childrenand individuals. A workshop will be held Tuesday, January 13, 9 to n a.m. on the subject visual strategies. FIRST UNITY FELLOWSHIP LUNCHEON HELD "" ;!! 0 c.. )> z c: )> :a -< I\) Faison, Jr., District Father. 8 In special remarks to the group, CD Elder James Williams, II, District Superintendent, encouraged the leaders on the importance of working together in unity to accomplish a com mon goal, being prayerful and supporting one another during the y'ear of 2009. Sister Yvette Jordan and Sister Belinda McDonald shared words of beautiful poetry. The group enjoyed the fun of participating in the Frosty the Snowman Right/Left Game. The afternoon with a prayer by Elder Harvey Lawrence. In attendance were: Elder James and Mother Lillie Williams, Elder Thomas and Mother Margaret Faison, Elder Neal and Sister Regina Phillips, Elder Harvey and Sister Edna Lawrence, Minister Paulette Mack, Elder Calvin and Sister Belinda McDonald, Minister Emmanuel and Sister Dudley, Minister Gary an,d Sister Caroline Hird, Minister Rodnex!and Sister B)Td, Minister Tony and Sister Yvette Jordan, -Sister Martha Landers, Sister Karen Brown, and Minister Anthony and Sister Myrtice Landers! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a HAPPY BIRTHDAY! to Albert Phillips of St. Petersburg,' Florida. who will celebrate his 17t.h natal day on Jan. May the Lprd tiriue to bless you with many, many more birthdays. "" r-0 :a 6 -,.. en m z -t z m r;m c: rr-z 'V c: .aJ r-c;; X m 0 m < m :a -< -t c: .. m SHAW-NJJFSHOUT-OUT en This.' week's Shaw-_Nuf. Shout-out to < Simpkins of Lakeland, )It Florida Some of the hats that Lynne we;us are: wi(e of "'I David Simpkins/Jr., mother :a of David Simpkins, _Ill, ser-6 vant to all who k11ow her imd have a need, commun ity ic'on, poet, and co-au -thor of a book entitled 'Black Pride'. Whew! Lynne has a heart for helping .others and inaking a positive difference in their was. recently featured as a Monda'y Profile in The (Lakeland) Ledger . 11)a-nks_ for all that' you do for your communitY, onti nue as 'you The Tampa West Coast_ District Church of God by Faith leaders have started tlie new year off with feHowship. Several of the churches 'rang out the old yel!-r and in the new .. year with praise; worship and words of' ericouragement services that be'g;;ri on the eve on are .... the blessings of the Lord cqntinue to be upon you TALKTOSH.t\W-NUF' Shaw-Naif to hear from. you. :share your the new year and, .ended after. midnight on:nmrsday, Jan. i; 2009. Then, on Satutd,ay, January 3rd, the District's first Unity Fellowship Luncheon for the District Leaders was held at Ozzie's Restaurant' in Ruskin (Sun City Center), Florida. The opening prayer and blessing of the fo'od were ren. dered by Elder Thomas excithig news and/or photos of y ,our celebrations, special events, saries; wedd.ings, .family reunions, etc., with the reader. ship of tne Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-Nuf C) Talk by sending an e-)nail to: m shawnuftillkyahoo,com or calling 513-8437 : m

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Polk County News Faith In Action: Help For Elderlv Citizens Faith In Action is an interfaith volunteer care giving program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with dedication and technical assistance provided by Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Over 300 Faith In Action sites are being created across Americ a. Faith In Action consists of five elements: 1. Interfaith. 2 Volunteer. 3. Care Giving. 4. Long Term Health Needs. 5. Home Based In June 2003, Della Reese was named the National Spokesperson for Faith In Action. Faith In Action enables frail se niors to live with improved health and retain autonomy and independence by receiving a variety of home based services provided by volunteers from a coalition of reli gious orgariizations. Faith In Action depends on the generous donations of time and love from many. They help by: Assisting with household chores. errands. Providing valuable companMILDRED S. MCMILLON And DELLA REESE ionship through reassuring telephone calls and home vis its. The George W. Jenkins Fund within the Community Foundation of Greater Lakeland gave Faith In Action North Lakeland, Inc., $10,000 00 to help feed the elderly to a new national study, more than one quarter of Americans over age 65, approximately 16 million peo ple struggle with daily activities as simple as shopping, cooking and housework. Mildred S. McMillon is the Executive Director for Faith In Action, :North Lakeland. Faith In Action is located at 1123 Omotundro Avenue, Lakeland, 33805, (863) 6860009 or 686-0060. District Picnic lnd lsseblv Held The Tampa WestCoast District Church of God by Faith held its annual District Picnic at Lake Parker. Special guests for the weekend were Ruling Elder James E. McKnight and First Lady Delois McKnight. The District held its final 2008 District Assembly on Nov. 21st-23rd. The host-site of the assembly was Victory Temple Church of God by Faith in Lakeland. Speakers were Mother Margaret Faison, Minister Gary Hird, Elder Calvin McDonald and District Supel-intendent Elder James E. Williams, III. (Photos by Shaw-Nu/). Among' those who enjoyed the picnic were fromleft to right: Mark Nash, Elder Calvin McDonald, Regina Phillips, Albedeail Nash, Belinda McDonald and Yvette Landers. Deacon Neil and Sister Carolyn Cowan conduct Youth Sunday School Oass! Ambassadors For Christ-Church 01 The living God Hosts First Annual Christmas Celebration The Ambassadors for Christ-Church of the Living God, Inc. in Lakeland, Minister Bobby Shaw, Pastor, hosted its first annual Christmas Celebration .on Saturday, December 20, 2008 The theme was "It's A Family Affair." Brother Norman Widamen served as the Master of Ceremony. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf) Pastor Elizabeth Hobbs and Deacon Jimmie Hobbs eqjoyed the Christmas celebration." Deacon Nathan Anderson and Pastor Christine Anderson'were among the guestS. Richard Pelzer.and Sister Louise guests from Winter Miss-Georgia. is faithful supporter of .jhe church.


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