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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area A ----II Fata lrl 'Than ou' SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 N. 40TH STREET CONSTRUCTION SIGN UNVEILED Recent ly, Mayor Pam Iorio was joined by members of the community, community l eaders and members of theN. 40th Street Task Force to unveil the sign s ignifyi ng the conti nuation of road construction. Construction on three of the f i ve segments of the street has been completed. The work for Segment C began on Monday In addition to widening the r oad between Hanlon Street and Humphrey Street the work will Include add i ng street lighting sidewalks landscap i ng of the area water and wastewater Improvements. The project Is slated for completion I n July 2010 Shown in this photograph from left to r ight a r e : Lawrence Taylor of Florida Department of Transportation Steve Love, Ms. Theresa Farmer M s Sara Clark Mayor Pam Iorio, and Bill Gardner (PHOTO BY BRUNSON). Barack Obama TakOath Of Office Music Summit Comas To Tampa SEE PAGE 12 SEE PAGE 14 Teenage Gunshot Victim Dies SEE PAGE 17 "*HSH + ,

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I Features 0 N Ministrv Celebrates 1th Anniversarv With Praver Breakfast >' On Friday, January 23rd, me'mbers of Sisters ffi In The Spirit Ministry will :::l launch activities for their ..... 7th Anniversary with their Annual Prayer Breakfast. The celebration will culminate on Saturday with a program featuring a noted guest speaker. The event will take place at the Quorum Hotel, 700 N. Westshore Blvd. Minister Debra Roulhac said the ministry will host their Celebration of Praise and Worship on Friday evening. On Saturday, the events will MINISTER DEBRA ROULHAC ... Sisters in the Ministry, Inc. EV ANGELISf JOYCE RODGERS ... Guest Speaker kick off with registration call of women seeking to sisters discusses women's following the Annual further their walk with issues, human issues, and c Prayer Breakfast at 9 a.m. God. other pertinent concerns. a: The theme for the celebra-"I'm thrilled that G o d B eca u se of this, Minister tion is "Unleash Your has allowed m e to touch so Roulhac said s h e believe s z Purpo se ," and author and many live s. Although we the wome n have grown to led the visionary to serve together to strengthen our or t ' t th W relat1 onshl p w1'th God. The gamza wn can VIS! eir c asitsminister. website at www.sis: w Since its inception, the difference with us is that tersministry.or". m has most of us belong to vari-City Iris B. ::J with hundreds of other ous churches." Holton contacted women, and has traveled Minister Roulhac said at (813) 248-1921 or by ll. as far 'as West Haven, rather than discussing e-mail iholton@flsentinel.-Z Connecticut to ansWer the religion, the small group of ..J ..J :::l m ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. Communitv Meeting The Cifi' oC:Tampa Community Redevelopment Agency Community Meeting to discuss and receive public comment on Drew Park Redevelopment will be held Tuesday, January 27, 2009 at 6 p m. The meeting will be at Hillsbor.Qugh Community College Student Services Ce:o.ter Room 108 ; Jt'OOl. W. Tampa Bay Blvd. For more information please call Economic and Urban Development Dept., (813) 274-7385 Now Registering lorVPI St.MQ t th.e.w II CDC8 'Quality C.re When You Are Not There" APPROVED VPK PROVIDER 3716 E. Lake Ave. Reverend W.O. Sims Pastor Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 621-5038 "Train up a child In the way he should go : So when he is old he will not depart from it Proverbs 22 : 6 Blake's 10-Year Reunion It's time for the 10-year r eunion of Blake High's first graduating clas s s inc e it r e-ope n e d after clos ing in 1971. A reunion event is being planned for the summer. Blake Class of 1999 gradu ates, please contact Brent Solomon at blakehsclassof99@yahoo.com or www.mysgace.com/blakehs classom9 Address Correction The family of Mrs. Rosemary McArthur Walker requested donation be made to Phi Delta Kappa Sorority, Inc., Re: Scholarship Fund, c/o Essie Roberson, 1923 W Arch St., Tampa, FL 33607-5410 An incorrect address appeared in Friday' s funer al notice Ta11pa Man Wants To Create Cultural Ans Center This is an artist rendering of what the completed Central Park Vtllage development project will look like when completed. Only two years removed from high school, Clarence Jones becam e a community activist and a dvocate f o r restoring T ampa's Black hi sto ry. Jones h as b ee n doing a lot of lobbying docum e ntaries and talking to city officials about the Central P a rk area. I'v e learned a lot about the history of the Central Park area, and I think it's important that history not f>e forgotten. it's important that city-offi cials make sure that histo ry is made available to the people and that's it's reflected in the new pro jects for the area." Jones said what he'd like to do is havE'! the area designated as the African American Cultural Arts DistFict and that a muse um be erected for that pur pos e "I know an African American museum will be a part of the rebuilding process, but I think a separate cultural center would ; also be a good idea. "I think a cultural center would be a great place to hold events, and not just di splay the history of central Park, but the entire histor y of Black people in this area. We hav e to make sure our history is preserved for the future." Jones said he's trying to get a meeting with Mayor Pam Iorio to discuss the cultural arts museum and other projects "If it comes down to a matter of funding, rm sure we. cAn ..r,ise the funds to make sure the project pens All we need is enough time to get it done. The Ella At Encore is the first project planned for the area and expected to create 1 000 permanent jobs, and more than 4,000 short-term jobs The second phase of rebuilding in the area is called the T e mpo, and that project is to include the majority of affordable housing units. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentineLcom. Siclle-CIII-Suppori Group The .Sickle Cell Support Group meeting is the first Tuesday of every other month. The next meeting is February 8, 2009 at 5:80 p. m. Dinner will be provided. The meeting will be held at 2123 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd Suite 102. For more information, call (813) 910-8700 or (813) 4317977. Blass Meeting -The Middleton Class of 1971 is planning their Party Planning" meeting on Thursday, January 22nd, 6:30p.m. The meeting will b e held at the Suncoast Schools Credit Union, 1920 E Hillsborough Ave. For more information, pleas e call Debra Smalls at 967 1315 or 385-8301.

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Features ... c: m tJ) 0 Fire Victim Grateful To Communitv )> _< (.. )> z c: )> BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor ''I'm grateful' to the entire community. I just want to thank my church family, my friends, and everyone who took a role in helping during this very difficult time. So many people have been so wonderful to me and I just want to thank them," Mrs. Mary Jones Bynes said. Mrs. Jones Bynes, 73, formerly of 2905 E. Chipco, is trying to reassemble her life after a devastating fire on the morning of December sth. Mr. Willie (Bubba) Bynes, 69, her husband, and her only granddaughter, 26-year-old Ms. LaToya Williams, died as a result of injuries sustained in the blaze. "God woke me up that morning," Mrs. Jones Bynes said. 'rhe fire started around 6:30 a.m., in the 3 bedroom, 2 bath concrete block home Efforts to rescue the family were hampered by burglar bars that were not equipped with emergency releases. The fire destroyed the home, causing more than $10o,ooo Mrs. Mary Jones Bynes, center, is shown with two of three children, daughter, Kim Johnsori and son, Reginald Jones. Mrs. Jones Bynes lost all of her possessions last month in a house fire that claimed the lives of her husband and only in damages. Julius Henderson, a neighbor, said he was asleep when he heard his father and sister screaming that the home was on fire. Henderson, along with two police officers, attempted to pry the front door open, but was unsuccessful. Ms. Williams was unconscious when removed from the home. Both she and Mr. Bynes were transported to Tampa General Hospital. Mrs. Bynes Jones was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital. Ms. Williams died later that Monday night and Mr. Bynes died two days later. Mrs. Jones Bynes said Single Mother savs Bad Decisions Didn't Stop Her From Succeeding BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer As a single moher of four girls, Bridgette Welch understood her responsibili ties. She knew she couldn't be selective about the kind of job she wanted, but still wanted to establish a career. "I've done some things that would normally have wrecked anyone else's chances of find ing a good job. I've had to deal with issues concerning my daughters, vjolent neighbors, and my own siblings. "I just knew I had to stay foeused and put something in place that would guarantee I would be able to take care of my family." Ms. Welch took an account ing course at Erwin Tech, and in 2004 contacted a temporary service to assist her with find ing employment. "They sent me to a company that manufactures lamp parts. I started out as a temporary worker' and moved up to supervisor, and later to assistant warehouse manager trainee. I've sat in on board meetings with the company's president and vice-president and they've sent me on trips to California and Texas." Last year, the company BRIDGETI'E WELCH offered Ms. Welch a chance to relocate to their Texas plant, all expenses paid. "They were going to pay the travel expenses for me and my family, find us a house, and pay to have my personal items moved there. It sounded like a dream come true. "What I hadn't thought about was the impact it would have on up rooting my daughtets. I never really sat down with them asked how they felt abouUhe move." Welch said she knew this was going to be a big deci sion for her. "I wanted to create stability for my family so I decided to pass on the opportunity to move to Texas. I knew that meant I wouldn't' be able to keep my job here anymore, but I feel it was the right thing to do." Ms. Welch said the economy has had an affect one everyone, and she hasn't been immune I think in spite of everything, I've managed quite well. Because of the nature of the company I worked for, the economy didn' t really have a bad impact on them. "Now, after four years, 111 be moving on to another career and see what God has planned for me I just want the other single mothers out there to know that although they may have made mistak e s along the way don't let that stop them from making a career for them selves and their children The children are more important than anything Ms. Welch said an opportu nity to stay with the company in a lower position was offered to her, but she passed. "I just think right now, it would be in my best interest to just move on." she remained at St. Joseph's Hospital for 12 days, and was not able to attend the double funeral. She suffered burns to her face and hands Her voice was damaged by the smoke inhalation. She still has trouble talking. Mrs. Jones Bynes, the mother of a daughter and 2 sons said it was her dream home and the family had built it 40 years ago She remembers how her husband enjoyed working in the yard. We loved our yard, front a nd back and my husband lived in th a t yard, he kept it beautiful. But, this was just God s way." After being released from the hospital, Mrs. Jones Bynes is living in East Tampa on N 19th Street in a relative's home with her old est son, Reginald Jones. Her daughter, Ms. Kim Johnson, lives in Houston, Texas, but will be returning often to help with the care of her mother. Her other son, Robert, also lives in Houston He is the father of LaToya. I just don't have the words to express the kindness shown to me and my :::0 family. My church family (St. < Paul AME Church), my 9 friends, and people in the I\) community were doing g things for me even when I Third Bank, 2001 Adamo tn m Drive, Tampa, FL, 33605. z Checks should be made -t payable to the Jones, and Williams Family Fund. r;-Anyone wishing to con-tact Mrs. Jones Bynes can reach her at (813) 247-5S01. !!l z c: m u; ::::1: m 0 m < m ::D < ... c: m tJ) c ?< )> z c "" :::0 6 ?< Referral Service (813) 495-3702 1-866.352-4200

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0') Editorials & Columns 0 N FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN > (USPS 202-140) a: 2207 21st Avenue, Tamp a Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 c( Published Every Tuesday and Friday By :) FLORIDA SENnNEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co ., Z Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) c( and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York -, However, missing for more than a year, Gilder's sign ffi-was supposedly moved because of renovations to the > building,-disregarding the fact the Supervisor of W Elections sign remained on the building. Moreover, Johnson's ham-fisted approach with Gilder's widow will % :remain as one of the many low-marks of the former en -------. . :::; Elections chief's administration. Indeed, h1s act10ns al us all that we must remain vigilant for subtle signs of mean-spiritedness in our z -We urge County CommiSSioners to do ffi-the right thing by apologizing not Gilder,. _, but to the Black C9mmunity and to the-Hillsborough -' County community at large. Furthermore, we request that Bob Gilder's name and sign be restored to its originalp&ee on the building that his legacy. w z !i w t/) c Q a: 0 _, u. Children And The ElderlY Shoul-Be First hate to sound like a broken record. But we ,not in good conscience let the Florida Legislature's budget-deficit package go unchalwithout sounding the alarm, one more time. That Florida educators and school are voicing their opposition to the $500 million cuts to K through 12 lets us know .-t least someone cares that cuts are being made. We believe it ,is ludicrous for the public, especially parents and seniors citizens, to accept these budget cuts without question or comment. We have Consistently questioned the judgment and motives of our State Legislature's persi.sten'ce in .cutting health care' programs forsenior, citizens ,arid' the medrieedy, .Ubstance abuse programs, chihlren with developmental programs, K-12 education and .for llbtte colleges, whDe refusing even to discuss eliminating many of the current tax exemptioiuJ. Doing so. is an indication that there is something sacred about these exemptions since many of them seem to favor the wealthy. After all, to raise nearly .2.8 billion in additional re venue by removfu1 tax exemptions for everything other w than food and medical services and supplies would ellmi inate the need to make hardly any cuts at all, or so we a;; would'tlilnk.r ' on This oav In Historv. n this day, the United States of merica and the world will witness history. For the first time in history, the 44th President of the United States will be of African ancestry A mere three years ago, with the exception of his cir cles in Hawaii and lllinois, few people knew much about this young Senator Barack Hussein Obama. But, on this day, history is being made. However, PresidentElect Obama will be referred to simply as President Obama on this afternoon. He ran a good rac e, fought a good fight and his r e ward was victory Now, h e must set about the ta s k of compl e ting a mi ssion that is seemingly impos sible --saving this country from itself. He must try to find ways to increase employment, which will in turn ward off foreclosure and try to make life good again for Americans At the same time, he must keep a watchful eye on foreign affairs because the battles of war continue to rage on. He is facing an awesome responsibility. And, I'm sure he will ask himself in the days ahead if it's really worth it But then he will remember that he accepted this position because he knew he could make changes for the better. He knew he had ideas that would draw people together, instead of pushing the m further apart He knew that his campaign slogan of 'Yes, We Can' was not a catchy phase .. but that it could be accom plished simply by people setting aside their differences and working together. Of cours_ e, his detractors will watch every move he makes, hoping that he will fail. He will make some mistakes --that goes without saying. After all, he is only a man. But, we must remember that he is a man following in the footsteps of others before him. The difference is, he is tbe first man of African descent taking the oath of office. So we must pray that his efforts will not be in vain and believe-"Yes, We Can. Ex-Slaves And Free Blac-s.Return To Alrlcal PARTD be. death of Paul Cuffe did not end the pro-colonization movement. Other supporters of trans porting freed Blacks formed the American Colonization Society (ACS). The organiza tion's founders included Francis Scott Key (composer of the Star Spangled Banner), Bushrod WAsh1ngton {U: s. Supreme Court Justice), and William Thornton (architeet of the U. S. Capito1 building). All of them o wned slaves. Believing slavery was unsustainable and should eventually end .. _and integrating slaves into the American society was unthinkable, the ACS encouraged slave-owners to offer_ freedom to their slaves on the condition that those freed Blacks accepting the ofre' r would move to Liberia at the society's expense: Interestingly enough, ACS membership included slaveBilek ilbblitibnists: as well' as well-zneanilig whites. Support of the trans. portation of Blacks to Liberia was driven by a revolt led by Nat Turner, which fueled Southerners' fear of other organized revolts by freed Blacks. Additionally, white North erners worried that free Black workers would compete with them for jobs. Many whites opposed slavery, but did not support integration. Thus, in 1817 the ACS purchas_ed a tract of land from lo
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And Where Were Youil' March. A sea of people converged on the nation's capital. And there I was, swimming in a swarm of disoriented, but nevertheless. excited faces, each one of us trying to establish his bearings, in that great swirl of history, knowing full-well that the day we witnessed would be the source of countless tales of adventure for our grandchildren and perhaps even our great grandchildren. That was my recollection of the Million Man March. And today, reminds me of that day! And where will you have been, on January 20, 2009, three years before the Mayan calendar says the world will come to a screeching halt, two years before Arctic and_Antarctic spill .out-completely into the Atlantic and Pacific oceans; and one year before America's fir:st Blac]c president celebrates. his first year in office? When he steps out to survey with fresh omnipotent eyes, one milliOn adoring Americans; where would you have been ing? Will you keep that furlined leather coat you wore to the inauguration ... the coat you thought would keep you warm, but only seemed to insulate a freezing day that felt like it was 10 degrees below zero? Will you laugh to your grandchildren and try to explain to them how your ears ached from the cold and how you kept up a running race with the people next to you, over seating space that was virtually inaccessible? And what about Barack Obama's speech? Will its words hav"e thrilled much like Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address thrilled the ears and spirits of Civil War onlook-. r:. ers? Or will Obama's speech have reminded you of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech, when he said to a capacity crowd, "All we have to fear is fear itself?" Either that or will Obama's words rekindle the fire you felt when a youthful Jack Kennedy proclaimed ; "Ask not what your country can do for YOU, but what YOU can do for your COUN TRY?" Maybe, that. Or with teary eyes, will you explain how this new president' s remarks reminded you of another Black man who shouted within ear-shot of the Lincoln Memorial, "I HAVE A DREAM, THIS MORNING?" Perhaps, you would not have heard Barack Obama's speech, at all, being blocks away from the .event. Most likely; the best you will have managed to do is to witness the Inaugural P'arade, with its 90 marching bands and representatives. Or could it be that you will have been among the lucky few to do the "Electric Slide" with the new President and his First Lady, at the official 'Inaugural BalL I see you now, dapped down in your fQrmal best, glittering like a Or maybe, you'll simply sit in front of your television screen, sip dry champagne or strawberry Kooi-Aid, and toast to the genii of His tory And that is what you "ll tell your grandchildren when they ask, "Grandpop .. Grandmom, where were you when Barack Obama went to the White House?" No, he won't be the only Black president. But Barack will be the first Black president! And America's next Black president might be sitting on your knee, looking up into your eyes and waiting for you to teU them your story. ''The Voice.of.Oilr 'Commun;ty .. Speaking for l(seif" (813) 248-1921 c m (J) 0 c.. l> z c )> :::c -< N 9 How Did The Economv Get So Badil N 0 0 (0 1 .. economy. It makes you wonder how the reputed greatest country in the world can be in such terrible finan cial condition. The United States economy has become the number one topic in the n ews, and it gets worse ev e ryday The unemploy m ent rate continues to climb, the numb e r of home foreclo sures continues to grow. Businesses continue to fail loans get more and more difficult to get. The nation's debt is getting bigger and bigger. How can that happen in this great nation? Not only that, but people are losing their retirement, their life's savings, and their investments. People are losing their health insurance and canceling their life insuranCe because they ean't pay one and need the money from the other. How did this happen? Did Thi s m orning whe n I pull e d int o th e Servic e S t atio n t o f i ll up, I noticed that th e price of g as o lin e h a d g on e up. Wh i le we w e r e busy trying to piece me a l e nough money to buy Christmas gifts and celebrate over a wholesome Christmas dinner, others took advan tage While we were so caught up in the international crisis between Israel and Hamas, others sought to take control. While we were so ob s ervant to honor Rev. Dr. Martin. Luther King, Jr. and his memory, others thought, NHinm this is the perfect time!" While we are so enainored in our excitement of inaugurating President Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States of America, others ac e d upon not only th e ir impuls es, but their warpe d c onvi ctions to s qu eeze us again. A s if that was not enough to jumps tart us back into r eal ity my eyes c aught a glimp s e anyone see it coming? If so, what was being done to stop this financial disaster? What is even more shocking is that countries we once considered to be poor Third World countries are now big time lenders to the United States How did that happen? The United States was o nce a great manufacturing nation. Today, the auto makers, the last vestige of our manufacturing prowess, is about to go under. The auto makers need federal money in order to survive and we are debating whether or not we should provide the money. Stop at a department store and just survey the number of items that are marked made in some other country besides America Look at the food that was produced outside of our boundaries. We are rapidly becoming a ing nation. Only recently bas America been willing to acknowledge alllbaardl' of the loc a l dail y n e w s paper. It c it e d that President Obama had mad e more th a n 1 ,900 c a mpaign promises In our f a ce s, its headlines tout e d that it s writer(s) vows to keep record of his fulfillment of them So, what's really going on here? In the words of former President Richard "Trieky Dick" Ni"o n tet -me make this perfectly clear, is it because he is different? Or, i s it because the"re are many who believe that because he is different, he will not be effective. Lest we for. get, more than 46-million people did not cast their vote for President Obama. The fact of the matter is unless some folk took an eight-year leave of absence from national and ir\temational politics, how can they "fix" their n e wspaper to c a st doubt. Fot ce rtain there was no doubt when George "Dubya" Bush and all his s e lf-serving constituents sp e nt us all into a trillion dol l a r deficit Now th ey want to the miserable conditions of our economy. Not too long ago, a presidential candidate said the fundamentals of our economy was strong. That was said in the midst of Wall Street collapsing, banks clos ing and home foreclosures sky rocketing out of control. America is counting on President-Elect Barack Obama to revive the econo my They want him to do it without cutting taxes, raising taxes, spending money, borrowing money, or giving out money. Americans need to understand that these are not ordinary times The solution will require some out of the ordinary actions. Political parties must understand that the situation and the solution to our economic problem must rise above the !eve) of partisan politics or racism. Americans need to come together like it has not been done in recent times. count pennies? Th e Trea su ry Department, s till unde r its eighty ear ty ranny, has y et to di v ulge how it spent and is spending $ 7 0 0 billion 'T1 r-0 :::c 0 > (/) m z ::t z m r;' aJ c r r-!!l z c aJ r-ii) ::z: m 0 m < m :::c -< c m (J) c )> z c Ever wanted to know what $700 billion looks like? First :B it is the number seven (7) 0 followed by eleven" (11) zeros. Count 'em, I double dog dare y ou! For us visual 'ima. girie this :... I heard this explanation'the other day on the radio. If we attempted tb take one dollar bills and go around the earth s globe (not the one sitting in .Your.. bouse!) N tbirty-two" (32) times, it would equal one billion dollars. oh, puh-leez, do the why don' t-cha! As we O(lt on this "Yes, We Can" Train listen for the Condticior's call. He is look-ing to the left and the right before the train rolls out of the station. lt is "time to get out your ti c ket s b ec au s e ""thi s train don t tak e no gambl e r s con m e n rustl e rs or two bit hu stlers. Happy lnaug urn -ti o n Day, America! C') P e a c e B e Unto Y o u m U'l

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8 Local N 6 N > a: <( ::J z Sarasota Mavor .. Staff Anend PannershiP Meeting < As special guests at ..., Tuesday's East Tampa >"' <( Community Revitalization C Meeting, 5-cn W time Sarasota Mayor, Lou Ann Palmer, her staff, and Sarasot. a Commissioners were treated to a tour of the East '!:ampa and sat and observed the process of their monthly meetings. they could learn about the way the ETCRP operates. "First, I think Evangeline Best (ETCRP Chairperson) is great, and I can't believe all the things she's been involved with. I've been around city government for 36 years, and I left Tampa in awe of what I saw and heard. Mayor Palmer said she Mayor Palmer said she hopes some of the people they met will come to Sarasota and meet with everyone there who is trying to make Sarasota a better place for everyone. "Our board members now know what can happen when we all work together. Mayor Palmer said they recently created a Community RedevelopAdvisory Board, and someone suggested they come to Tam,pa to see. what's going on and what was impressed with the large turnout at the ETCRP meeting and that the trip was a heart-warming experience. "Thanks to all the people we met, we left with a From left to right: Sarasota Mayor Lou Ann Palmer, Tampa City Councilwoman Linda Saul-Sena, ETCRP Chairperson Evangeline Best, and Sarasota Commissioner Fred Atkins. Along with Mayor Palmer and Commissioner Atkins were CRA board members Tyrone Hill, Wade Harvin, Carlos Jones, Kathy Baylis, David Brain, Eddie Rainey, and Shirley McKenzie. Also from Sarasota were Bob Bartolotta, Tim Litchet, c a: LL c z < c C/) w ::J I-ii: w > w c w :I: C/) :J CD ::> Cl. z i= w _, _, ::J m ..=. w z i= z w C/) a: 0 _, LL Today's young people expect more from life. They know that dreams promised in the past are now within arm's reach. Regions celebrates the vision of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and reaffirms our commitment to helping our future leaders reach their full potential. As part of our promise, Regions has joined forces with organizations like the United Negro College Fund and the INROADS internship program to create opportunities for educational growth. AI Rqlo11, 01r lnestment Is In tile future of our For more information, visit www.regions com/blackhistorymonth .. REGIONS It's time to expect more. great feeling, and that includes the East Tampa residents who were cordial and happy to talk to us. It's good to see how well so many people work together. "We met different groups, and Major Gerald Honeywell took us on a tour of his District Office Everything was so impress ive David Smith, Dru Jones, Curtis Gillespie, Lori Benton, Shavon Reed and Nancy Kelly. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@tls e n tinel com. Rogers Park Group Continues To-Meet The Cit izen s Who Support Keeping Rogers Park Public group will continue to meet and hold discussions on the future of the golf course and its facilities. At the forefront of their discussions is getting a 2006 agreement between the City of Tampa, Tampa Sports Authority and Metropolitan YMCA amended to clarify utilization of the park by the First Tee Program. Group spokesperson, James Ransom, said they were surprised when they read an editorial in the Tampa Tribune on Saturday, December 28th where Mayor Pam Iorio said she would not amend the agreement. "Without a specific amended contract, we are b eing a sked to trust all parties at a time when our trust in promises made in 1999 have been violated, said Ransom. "We do not want to be in this same position ten years from now." Ransom said they will continue to be steadfast in their efforts to do what is right for historic Rogers Park. "We believe it is reasonable to amend the agreement in order to public access to all _and to protect this legacy for generations to come ;"" The next meeting has been tentatively scheduled for Th.ursday, January 22nd at the 34th Street Church Of God. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the public is asked to come The Voice of Our Conununity Itself"' 1 ....... BuJJetin ...... ........... \. ..... 1.' (813) l48-19U

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Local Gift Of Giving Tree 'Alive' At New Salem Baptist Church Youth Minister, Randy Randolph, charged this acclamation to the memb e rs of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church; and the ang els" of the congregation were truly in the midst during the holiday season. New Salem's "angels" showed an outpouring of love to the 4 families that were chosen to receive Christmas blessings The idea emerged when Brittany Gardener, caring and active youth at New Salem, brought the idea to Minister Randolph. "I know a family that deserves a good Christmas and cannot afford it; God says we should give so, what are we going to do about it?" Admiring her compassion and "spunk", Randolph took initiative, under the direction of Dr. Henry J. Lyons to initiate the Gift of Giving tree. Three Minister Randy Randolph (back left) and Brittany Gardener (far right) deliver "Gift of Giving" presents to grateful family. families were chosen inside the church, as well as the family recommended by Brittany. The congregation felt blessed to be able to assist. One member, who donated a new bike for a seven-year-old little girl stated ; "I feel blessed ChrisUan Academv Suspends Operations After 14 Years Bible-Based Christian Academy in Carrollwood suspended oper ations on Thursday, January 15th after 14 years of serving the community. "We are hoping to reopen in August," Rev. Arthur T. Jones, D. Min, Senior Pastor of the church stated. "The economic recession has not only hit Wall Street, but our street as well. The parents' family budget is being squeezed. Where there were double incomes, there is now only one in some instances; adjustable rate mortgages have increased, putting more of a strain on family income," Rev. Jones explained. The church has been the backbone for the school over the past 14 years, but Rev. Jones said when a recession strikes the first casualty is the church. "It's not economically viable to provide for a few parents. You can't listen to your heart over common sense We believe we are doing the right thing now for the children and their parents." The school served Pre K-3 to sth grade students. The school is fully accredited and is housed in a 42,000 square foot facility "It's a matter of economics," Rev. Jones said Parents were notified last week of the school's suspension. Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 248-1921 or at editor@/lsentineLcom. New Dimensions of Faith Church Invites you to TWo Impact Days January 9:00A.M. The Woodmont 415 Ave. Mo. Frances Malcom, Chairperson Pastor Menyan A. Adams, Founding Pastor to be able to have the financial resources during this economy to bless someone. God is really good." Another member stated, "It is indeed a blessing to be a blessing." Dr. Lyons was overwhelmed with the outpouring of love and assistance from the congregation. I am truly blessed to be amidst true Disciples of Christ". On December 22, 2008, the 100 gifts which included clothing, toys, shoes CD play ers and more were delivered to the grateful families. Among those who d e liver e d the gifts was Brittany, who felt blessed to see God's love manifested this holiday sea son. Booker T. Washington Alumni Day Friday, February 20, 2009 5 P.M. -7:30 P.M. At Booker T. Washington Elementary School 1407 Estelle St. Tampa, FL 33605 For more Information, contact Kenya Jones or Olivia Brown Andrew at (8131 233-3720 or e mail at : KenyaJones@sdhc.k12.fl.us or Ollvla.Brown Andrew@sdhc.k12.fl.us. Please R.S. V P By: February 11, 2 009 We are looking forward to remembering the old days ,,t Book e r T llll Recently Wed Doreen Johnson of Long Island, NY became the bride of Nangwaya Kimbrough o f Tampa in a ceremony th a t took place on October 17, 2008 at the Event Factory of Town and Country. The bride is the daughter of Shelton Johnson and Janie Johnson of Long Island, NY (now residing in Tampa). The groom is the son of Minister Willie Kimbrough and Nell Kimbrough of Tampa. The couple has made Tampa their home MR. AND MRS. NANGWAYA KIMBROUGH Blessed 1 01 Years! Happy birthday greet ings are going out to Mrs. Claudia V. Donaldson, who will be turning 101 years old on Sunday, 'January 18th She lives in Tampa with her daughter and son-in-law, Booker T. and Clym Washington. 'Miss Claudia,' as she is called by many, spends 3 days a week at the Riverside Center, where she enjoys singing a nd making items. She still gets around on her own and still makes quilts by hand, threading her own needles At home, she spends time in her room, reading her Bible and thanking God for how He has blessed her. MRS. ClAUDIA V. DONALDSON She attends New Mt. Zion M. B Church Happy birthday to Miss Claudia from her family and friends. Replacing Water Mains Closes lake Avenue c: m VJ c C')> z c: )> JJ -< 1\) 9 1\) 0 0 CD ., r 0 :a 6 > VJ m z :::j z m r I tD c: r r m :::j z c: tD r u; :::1: m c m < m JJ -< The City of Tampa's replacement of 5 ,900 feet of undersized water mains with new 8 inch water mains will result in the clos-C: ing of Lake Avenue from Machado Street to 34th Street. rn City officials said the new mains will provide increased water C pressure and fire protection The Water Department will completely restore the roadway > and decorative crosswalks when the job is completed by April 20?9 It/ IIUIIh IIDIISI lnstltlllllll Church 10i111 W. Cvlressltreet Rev. Dr. W. James Faverltl, Pistor Tickets: $25 Children 12 & Under $10 For More Information l813J 839-8626 G') m """'

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0) Local 0 Atlanta Area Pastor To Star In Plav > i3 CJ) BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer w ;:::, On Saturday, January t-24th, Donald Gray will be directing his latest play, "When Loving You Is Hurting Me," at the Palladium on the campus of St. Petersburg Junior College. Among the star-studded cast will be Pastor Carlos Davis. Pastor Davis is known as Uncle Skeeter on the BET sitcom, Somebodies. Pastor Davis, who is pastor of Warriors Of Worship Family Church in Hampton, Georgia said the character he portrays in the play is a minister, and that c will allow him to bring a lot a: of uniqueness and realness LL to the production. C "I only started acting in 1996 I started in plays and ;:i; traveled a lot, coming to St. ..... Petersburg on at least two occasions. I'm just now W going into film and television." a:> Pastor Davis said he's W actually a vocalist, and the > opportunity to be in this W play was something that just happened. :z: CJ) ::; ID ;:::) Q. z CARLOS DAVIS "Whe n I auditioned for the play, I was told I looked like a preacher, a nd I told them I am. I was going for a part as a background singe r "What I like the most about my role in the play is that it will open the door on the fact-that pastors are human and have to deal with the same family is sues as everyone else. I think whoeve r sees this will see a more human side of what a pastor is." For more information about the play, call (813} 244-7474, or visit the website, TooSmooth@TooSmoothEnt.com. ..J ..J ;:::) ID ...:. w z FREE I Ask Us About Synthetic Hair Our Holiday Human Hair Available Specials! t= z w CJ) a: 0 ..J LL 00 w CJ We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids Address: 10020 N. 3oth St *Tampa, Fl33612 (At Poinsettia P11D-Behind Busch Gardens Between Annie & We Accept Credit Cards Super Bowl XLIII Super Kids-Super Sharing Sports Equipment And Book Donation Project Students from the Hillsborough County School District, the Diocese Schools of St. Petersburg and public and private schools in other Tampa Bay area counties have teamed up with the NFL, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa Bay Super Bowl Host Committee, and the NFL Youth Education Towns to make a difference in the lives of other children. Their efforts will be enjoyed by thousands of children who might not otherwise have access to sports equipment a nd books. Donated ite m s will be made !lVailabl e to school s and o rganization s ser vi n g children in need in the Tampa Bay area. Local WARRICK DUNN sc ho o l childre n collected the ite m s as part of the Super Kid s -Super Sharing sports equipment and book donation project for Super Bowl XLIII. Participation by local schools has shattered all previous records for the Super Kids-Super Sharing project, a community impact project implemented in each Super Bowl host community. Participants include Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Warrick Dunn, along with area schools' officials, Super Bowl Host Committee members, NFL Environmental Program representative and NFL YET representative. The event will be held on Thursday, January 22nd, 9 a. m. 12 noon at the NFL Youth Education Town of Tampa Bay at Jackson Heights, 3310 E Lake Ave. 'Here's To The Heroes' Provides Free Admission To Theme Parks For Militarv Members And Direct Dependents A tribute program that has provided free admission to Worlds of Discovery for more than 3 2 million members of U.S. and coalition armed forces and their families has been extended through 2009. Budweiser's Here's to the Hero es" was launched in February 2005 to acknowledge the service of military men and women and the sacrifices made by their families. "It is gratifying to all of u s at Anheuser-Busch InBev that so many membe r s of our armed forces have taken advantage of this program and honored us with a visit," said Jim Atchison, President of Busch Entertainment Corporation (BEC). "This is a difficult time for our men and women in uniform -and their families -and we are honored to give them something back." H e re's to the Heroes provides a single day's free admission to any one Sea World or Busch Gardens park, Sesame Place, Adventure Island or Water Country USA for the service m ember and as many as three of his or her direct dependents. The program is sponsored by Budweiser, the flagship beer of Anheuser-Busch lnBev. Any active duty, active reserve, ready reserve service member or National Guardsman is entitled to free admission under t11e program. He or she need only register, either online at www herosalute.com or in the entrance plaza of a participating park, and show a Department of Defense photo ID. Also included in the offer are members of foreign military forces serving in the coalitions in Iraq or Afghanistan or attached to American units in the U.S. for training

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Local School Decided Against Cell Phone Tower On Campus The principal at a lo ca l middle school announced that the school will not pursue allowing a cell phone tower being built on his campus. In a letter to parents, Michael L. Hoskinson, principal of Coleman Middle School said "After hearing from dozens of peo ple in the past two months, and after carefully reviewing various studies and data, I have decided we will not build a cell phone tower on the Coleman Middle School campus." Hoskinson said he did not believe the tower would pose any danger. But, he felt the issue had become divisive and a distrac tion to the school. He also said he felt that allowing the tower to be constructed on the campus would not be in the best interest of the school. He further said the school has been an A-rated school for nine consecutive years with high-achieving students, supportive par ents, and an excellent staff. The tower would have raised more than $24,0000 per year for the school. The school would have been requir e d to sign a HJ-year lease with the cell phone tow er company, a spokesperson for the school board said. HUD Awards $49 Million In Grants To Help Low-Income Families Get Job Training And Emplovment U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Steve Preston recently announced that public housing agencies in 4H states, the District of Columbia, Guam and Pue rto Rico will receive nearly $49 million to provide low-inconw people with the necessary job training to put them on a path toward self-sufficiency. Five agencies in West Central Florida, including the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa, Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland, Clearwater Housing Authority, Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and the Pasco County Housing Authority received a total of S.'374,07:J. Funded through HUD's Housing Choice Voucher Fwnily SelF Sufficiency Program (HCV/FSS), the grants allow public housing agencies (PHAs) to work with welfare agencies, schools, business es, and other local partners to develop a comprehensi\c program to help participating individuals develop the skills and experience to enable them to obtain jobs that pay a living wage. "This program has proven its effectiveness in helping families develop the skills that lead to stable employment," said Preston. "Getting a decent job and increasing a person's potential for higher paying employment is the first step to becoming economically independent." PHAs use the funding to hire family self-sufficiency coordina tors to link adults in the Housing Choice Voucher program (for merly Section 8) to local organizations that provide job training, childcare, counseling, transportation and job placement. PHAs can also hire homeownership coordinators to help families get homeownership counseling. Participants in the HCV /FSS program sign a contract that stipulates the head of the household will get a job and the family will no longer receive welfare assistance at the.end of the five-year term. As the family's income rises, a portion of that increased income is deposited in an interest-bearing escrow account. If the family completes its FSS contract, the family receives the escrow funds that it can use for any purpose, including a down payment on a home, paying educational expenses, starting a business or paying back debts. West Central Florida agencies include: Housing Authority of the City of Tampa, $150,111; Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, $59,110; Clearwater Housing Authority, $ 84,289; Housing Authority of the City of Lakeland, $ 48,140; and Pasco County Housing Authority, $32,345 For a complete list of local housing authorities receiving fund ing visit HUD's website. -j --1-J --, ----, -. -, 0-, ,; I 4 ',I z c: )> :::0 -< 0 After hearing the plight of students at the University of South Florida needing financial assis-tance to stay in school, the City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. Vice President, Regina g Lock-DePass contacted Les Miller at USF. He was able to assist them in providing assistance (/) m z ::::! USF students Terrance Siler, left. and \Villiam Carpenter, right, are shown with z Celeste Gihhons-Peoplcs. City Of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. Scholarship Chair. and Regina Lock-Depass, Vice President of the Cit) Of Tampa Black History Cc Committee. Inc. C: RECEIVE UP TO $1000 Bring Your W2s or last Paystub! Get Your Money When YOU Want lt. Call 813-217-5084 Tampa Or 727-565-1085 St. Pete We 'll tax cash in 1 0 minutes $25 Off Coupon 4707 E. BUSCH BLVD 1 MILE EAST OF BUSCH GARDENS BEFORE 56TH 3320 E. HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE CROSS FROM MR. MONEY PAWN 1900 ROME AVENUE TH AND HILLSBOROUGH INSIDE YOUR DOLLAR STORE, CORNER OF CHESTNUT & ROME 2508 34TH STREET SOUTH 1 MILE EAST OF SUf't.f\ WALMART ON 34TH ST. SOUTH r r m ::::! z "0 c til r en :I: m 0 m < m :::0 -< c: m en 0 )> z 0 ., J:J c "0 )> C) m 1.0

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Local 0 Mavor's African American Advisorv Comminee Panv ::J z c:t: Yolanda Anthony, Vice C hair of the Mayor's African Am erican Advisory Committee (MAAAC) opened h e r Riverside Dr. home recently to entertain mem-...., bers of the committee and their guests for a holiday party. (Photos by Brunson) c en w ::J ..... c a: u. c z c:t: c en w ::J ..... w > w c w % en :::;. m ::) a.. z i= w _, _, ::) m I ...J w z i= z w en C3 a: 0 ..J u. Hostess and MAAAC Vice C hair, Yolanda Anthony, left, with lsell Denson, C hair and Joycelyn Carpenter, member. Howard F Harris, left, Kemi Oguntebi and Martin Martin at the MAAAC Christmas dinner JOANNA AND JAMES TOKLEY Robert and Doris Scott and Andrea White at the MAAAC Christmas party. Ellie Gilder, Willie Robinson and Carla Jackson Tonja Brickhouse, Cheryl Hawkins and attended the MAAAC Christmas party at the Carole Colvin at the MAAAC holiday party. home of Yolanda Anthony. Food And FellowshiP For Children Donatello's Restaurant continued its tradition of feeding foster and underprivileged children at the popular West Tampa restaurant. Youngsters from several agencies were in attendance. (Photos by Bnmson) hanelle Thornton and Jaida John on at Donotello' R tauront. Mattilon DeBo e, LoOlotia Timmon Lee Glasco and Natalie Ruente att nd d the event at Donatello' R taurant. Keith Bibna ty, tiny Kunzla Bu lfted Bert Ruby H. Josl and Ruby N.

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Q) Local 0 N > a: < z < .., Music Summit Comes To Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer (3 For the p 'ast two years, (f) Gainesville, Florida has been the place to be for aspiring 1-artists, producers, and entertainment executives. The Gainesville Music Summit quickly became the perfect place to be for networking and reaching the next level for anyone involved in the entertainment indurtry This year, Isabomb Entertainment CEO, David Gay, met with the organizers of the annual event and suggested it be held in Tampa as part of the Super Bowl weekend. "I felt the beneficial part of having this in Tampa is the economy is bad and since everyone will be here for the Super Bowl, Tampa would bd the perfect setting for the Summit. All the major repre-sentatives in the industry will c be here. It just made good a: sense and would allow our U. local people to get involved." C Gay said this will be a Super Summit," and one that anyone serious about their ..... career would not want to c (/) w 1-> a: w > w c w ::t: (/) ::::; m a. z i= w m I w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 u. miss. "Representatives from Atlantic, Def Jam, Capitol. ANTIIONY "BIG AMP" PARKER Slip 'N Slide, Po Boy Grand Hustle, Virgin Records and all the key players from the internet radio industry will be broadcasting live from the event." Anthony "Big Amp" Parker, CFO of Earthwake Entertainment, is one of the people -responsible for organizing the Summit in Gainesville, and said the turnout there has been excel lent. "The first year, I was disappointed that not that many artists from Tampa showed up. The second year, more artists came, but I think we still could have had mor e I can't stress enough th e importance of locals a tt endin g this Summit. If you've been s tuck in first gear trying to get your career s tarted and just don't know who th e serious people a re, you n eed to bd at this Summit." Big Amp said h e think s th e decision to hold the Summit in Tampa during the Super Bowl weekend was excellent, and a great opportunity "You can't ask for a bigger stage than the Super Bowl being held in Tampa. So many things will be going on that weekend, and it would be a shame for our people to be left out. "We will have major cover age for the event, and all local radio stations will have repre sentatives there Gay said they want to show Tampa people how to get to the money "If you miss this event, you're not serious about where you want to be. There can be no more excuses for anyone if they fail to show up." The Summit will be h e ld Tuesday, January 27th at Tampa Live (Manillas's), 2620 East 7th Avenue. For more information, call (813) 728-788 1 or (813) 531-5985, or visit the website www.gainesvillesummit.net Jennifer Hudson To Sing The National Anthem At Super Bowl XLIII JENNIFER HUDSON NEW YORK, NY -Multi Grammy nominated sensation Jennifer Hudson will sing the National Anthem as part of Super Bowl XUH pre-game festivities at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay on Sunday,February1 Academy Award winner Hudson and her RIAA-certified Gold self-titled debut album received four Grammy Award nominations for the 51st Annual Grammy Awards. Hudson's eponymous debut album entered at #2 on Billboard's Top 200 and marked the biggest first week sales for a debut R&B female since 2004. Her smash hit single "Spotlight" is now being followed by the beauti ful mid-tempo "If This Isn't Love.n More than 148 million viewers in the U.S. watched last year's Super Bowl, the most watched television program in history. The pre-game show and Super Bowl XUII will be broadcast worldwide in more than 230 countries and terri tories Hudson is among many great performers who have been honored with singing the Super Bowl National Anthem including: Billy Joel, Diana Ross, Neil Diamond, Whitney Houston (Super Bowl XXV in Tampa Bay), Harry Connick. Jr., Garth Brooks, Natalie Cole, Vanessa Williams, Luther Vandross, Jewel, Cher, Faith Hill, the Backstreet Boys, Mariah Carey, Dixie Chicks, Beyonce Knowles and many more

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Entertainment Run-DMC, Metallica lead list Of 2009 Rock Hall RUN-DMC And METALUCA NEW YORK ---Run-DMC once hailed themselves as the Kings of Rock, so it's fitting that the pioneering rappers have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Run-DMC joins the heavy metal band Metallica, guitarist and former Yardbirds member Jeff Beck; soul singer and guitarist Bobby Womack and doo-wop group little Anthony and the Imperials as this year's inductee class. Though Rnn-DMC wasn't among the first rap acts, they were the first to achieve wide. spread mainstream success, and the first to notch a platinum album with 1986's "Raising Hell." The rapping duo of Joseph "Run" Simmons and Darryl "DMC" McDaniels plus their OJ, the late Jam Master Jay were rap's first rock stars. They had hits with songs like "My Adiddas" and "It's Tricky," but had their greatest success when they remade Aerosmith's "Walk This Way" with the rock act for a groundbreaking collaboration In an interview Wednesday, McDaniels called Run-DMC's induction "inconceivable "I'm a rap dude, I'm an MC from Hollis (a neighborhood in New York's borough of Queens), just rockin' the mic, and to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with the Beatles, and :(Bob) Dylan, and the rock 'n' roll gods? It's ridiculous! Ridiculous in a good way," he said Nas And lelis RaponediV Euecunu Their First Child Hip-hop star Nas and his wife, singer Kelis, are expecting their first child together, Us Weekly reported Wednesday (January 14) A squrce reportedly told Us that the "Milkshake" singer is in her first trimester "It's all they are talking about," the source told the magazine. "She is carrying hip-hop royalty! TI!ey are so excited." The source said motherto-be Kelis already has a baby bump. Nas has a daughter Destiny, from a previous relationship. The couple wed in January 2005 after a two-year courtship. The New York natives were married in Atlanta, where they keep a home. Nas' brother, Brave heart member Jungle, served as the best man The pair raised eyebrows on the 2008 Grammy Awards red carpet. The rapper was in the midst of promoting his project, then ti tled N---er and later released as an untitled album, and his wife showed her support by wearing a KELlS And NAS jacket adorned with the racial epithet. Nas said th e ir p erso n a l lif e isn't nearly as atte ntion -grabbing The two were set to a ppear in an MlV reality show about th e ir lif e to gether, but the introverted rap per put the kibosh on the proj ec t before it 't:ould air. Nas cited pri vacy concerns in addition to hi s marriage just being a normal re lationship He called their liv es "boring" and said the on l y r ea lity he was comfortable with was hi s music. Worker Charged In Bizzv Bone Robberv BIZZYBONE LOS ANGELES --Authorities say a man who was working in a city anti-gang program has been charged in the tobbery of a rapper with the group Bone Thugs N-Harmony. Deputy District Attorney Paul Nunez says 30-y ea r-old Marlo Jones was charged Tuesday with one felony count each of robbery and first degree bur glary. Jones and severa l other sus pects are accused in the choking of rapper Byron McCane also known as Bizzy Bone in hi s hotel room and the theft of hi s jewelry oh Jan. 5 Jones is listed as working for a subcontractor unde r a Los Ange les gang-intervention program. Authorities say he was immedi ately terminated from the posi tion. He is being held in lie u of $300!000 bail. His arraignment is oendimt. Inaugural Eve Concert To Honor Militarv Families WASHINGTON-Thousands of military families and children from across the mid-Atlantic re gion will be honored during a spe cial concert for kids on the eve of President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration, organiz ers announced Wednesday Usher and Bow Wow are slated to perform at the Monday night event, along with Miley Cyrus, The Jonas Brot.hers and Demi Lovato. Billy Ray Cyrus and Keke Palmer also are scheduled to appear at the Verizon Center in downtown Wash ington. The concert will be televised on the Disney Channel. Michelle Obama and Jill Biden will host the event with their families The audience will include active duty, reserve and guard for ces as well as wounded warriors and families of fallen sol diers "So many of our military members, they get deployed to foreign regions and have to leave their chi ldren behind," said Lt. Cmdr. Brenda Steele of the Armed Forces Inaugural Committee, who has served in Afghanistan "Now our incoming commander in chief and the new first lad y to -be, they'r e r e nd ering h ono r s to us Don Cheadle SiunsTV Producuon Deal DON CHEADLE LOS ANGELES ---Don Cheadle is making a big push into t e l ev i s i o n production with a two-year deal a t Universal M ed ia Stuaios Under th e pact exp ec t ed to be announced Thursday during NBC's portion of the winter T e l e vision Critics Ass n press tour, Cheadle's Crescendo Prod s. y.oill d eve lop series projects for the studio Founded in 2005, Crescendo r e cently signed n two -yea r f eature deal with Overtme Film s. It h ns produced such film s as "Traitor" and the documentary "Dmfur Now" and is developing a biopic of musician Miles Davis. Cheadle also was a produc e r of the Oscar-winning "Cra s h ." He made his foray into 1V producing as an executive producer of the Starz/Lionsgate series "Ctaslt," which is ba sed on the film. On the big screen, Cheadle will n ext be see n on Friday in "Hotel for Dogs He earned an Oscm nomination for "Hote l Rwanda, won an Emmy for HBO's telefilm "A Lesson Before -4 c: m 00 Abdul Declares lovaltv To 'Idol,' Denies Criticism 0 _?:< c.. l> z UNIVERSAL CITY, CA Paula Abdul, declaring her loyalty to '1\merican Idol," denied criticiz ing the Fox 1V series over airtime given to an alleged stalker "I am a big fan of the show I am blessed to be on the show. It's the greatest show on television all around the world and ... a gazil lion people would love to be in my shoes," Abdul said at a meet ing Tuesday of the Television Critics Association In December, Abdul told Barbara Walters in a radio inter view that the Fox network and "Idol" producers knew that Paula Goodspeed had stBlked her but allowed the woman to au dition anyway. .Abdul told Walters that Goodspeed was brought on the :::c hit program "for entertainment -< value." N 9 Goodspeed, who appeared on N "Idol" several seasons ago, was o found dead of an apparent sui-cide in a car near Abdul's Los Angeles home last November. Pressed about it Tuesday Abdul denied saying "anything disparaging about 1\merican Idol' at all" or complaining to producers about Goodspeed. When a reporter pointed out that Abdul was quoted as saying she had warned producers about the woman, Abdul replied: "Well, that is true. But that's that. I can't talk about it anymore. It's an ongoing police investigation." Series executive producer Cecile Frot.COutaz said is "really, really sad" but should be put to rest. 'The truth is, we did know (GoOdspeed) was ..an fan of But from bPing 0 big fan tO what happened, there's 2J a big difference. And 6 could bave knoWn thatjt would ,_ actually happen. DMI savs He'll Become 1 Pastor After Doing nme z z m t;" m c: r rm DMX spent a lot of time in Arizona in 2008, mostly making court dates and appearing before a judge. Now the fallen rap star sits in a Phoenix jail cell as he awaits sentencing after pleading guilty to multiple charges (ani mal cruelty, drug possession and th ef t ) in December. But after X serves his time, he says h e's never returning to the state h e once called home ''I'm not lo oki ng back," he e;-:plained to Fox 10, a local1V affilia t e, in an exclus ive interv;ew from jail. 'I'm not comi ng back. I'm not coming back for a s how I'm n o t co min g back for a v i s it. I'm not even driving through the t a te. If I'm on a plane and they're flying through I'm gonna go uround." The rapper said he fell in love with Arizona after a late-night studio session a few years ago. He watcl1ed-the sun rise and said DMX z ., c: m r-u; % 0 m < he felt as if he had landed in m "God 's country." He quickl y dis-covered otherwise though -4 I met the devil in God's coun-c: try," X said. It s not so much m who [was the devil], it's what happens and the things that the devil does. It's not so much a per-""' son, even though he acts through people. You can' t call any one person the devil. Because no on-e person has the power to. be the :::c devil." 6 ?:<

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I Sports : Proud MolD Exched over sons' Success z c( ..., en w :::: 1-From left to right: Margaret Arenas (aunt), Marco Cobb, and his mother, Facunda Arenas after Plant's State Championship win. e a: I.L Q z c( Q UJ w :::: I-ll: w JAVIER ARENAS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel St:aWriter Q w % (I) When the University of i Florida played their :::: Southeastern Conference Championship game C against the ,University of Alabama, there was at ...1 least one Florida mother :::: ID that was cheering for . iii Alabama. z w (I) C a: 0 ..... I.L ARMANDO MURILLO That mother was Facunda Arenas, and her son, Javier Arenas, is a starting cornerback for the Crimson Tide. She also has a son, Armando Murillo, who is a senior at the University of Nebraska, and another, Marco Cobb, a senior running back for the Plant Panthers who just won a Suhsrriht Toda\! . "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' Call: (813) 248-1921 state championship. Being a single mother, the journey for Ms. Arenas hasn't been easy, but it has been r ewarding. "The holidays was a very busy time for me. I had two sons playing in Bowl games, and Marco was playing in a state championship game. "Although I'm a single mother, I'm used to the hectic schedule, because it's always been this way." Ms. Arenas said she will be able to finally catch her breath when the Super Bowl is over "When my sons were younger, we talked about their future. I encouraged them to keep working hard and good things would happen. They talked to me when they had problems, and we worked things out as a family "I'm really proud of Javier, because he fought to be a starter for Alabama. He convinced Coach Nick Saban that he would be a valuable asset to the team, and it worked out for him. Ms. Arenas said she raised her sons to always stay focused on what they needed to do to be success ful. "Like any mother, I wanted them all to be selfsufficient. I wanted to make sure they knew you had to work hard and understand that nothing comes easy. "They all had friends who tried to pull them in the wrong direction when they were growing up. But they knew the right things to do and they never gave in to the peer pressure. We are a family, and always manage to work things out. You have to be patient with today's young men, aod the screaming and yelling doesn't work. Parents must learn to listen to their children." Ms. Arenas is attending school and in her last semester. She's also running a day care business and raising her other chil dren. "It's been hard, but this is something I need to do for myself. The joy in all of this is knowing that my children are doing great things with their lives, and will be examples for others." Middleton's Football Coach surprised Bv Firing Harry Hubbard, head football coach at Middleton High School, has been fired. The Tig e r football team finishe d the 2008 season with a 2-9 r ec ord but one insider sai d that's not what l e d to Hubbard being terminate d as head coach "I can tell you, it had nothing to do with his won/loss record There were a lot of factors that went into this decision, and they will all come out later. "Coach Hubbard put a lot of trust in people on his staff who undermined him. His termination was more political than anything else." Hubbard, who is attending a coaching convention in Tennessee, said Middleton's principal, Carl Green, and Derrick Gaines, the Athletic Director, told him they wanted to go in a different direction with the football program. "It caught me completely by surprise. "''m still teaching driver's education at Middleton, and I have interviewed at Blake and I will apply at the two new schools that HARRY HUBBARD .. fired after 7 years as Middleton's head football coach. will be opening up next year. "I'll miss the players. When I told them I was leaving, they were confused and heartbroken. I always felt God put me there. When I was applying for the position 7 years ago, I knew I wasn't their first choice." Hubbard said he's at peace with the decision, and said God would have stopped it if it wasn't right. "''m pleased to have been a part of the lives of so many young men who've gone on to bigger and better things. saurces: Dallas Mav Release owens Archive Improving locker room chemistry will be the highest priority for the Dallas Cowboys this offsea son and that will force serious discussions between Wade Phillips' coaching staff and owner Jerry Jones about whether to release controversial wide receiver Terrell Owens, according to team and league sources. "I think we all know that chemistry is the problem with this team more than the schemes or anything else," a Cowboys source sai d "Are we going to con tinue to allow talent to out weigh everything else in the decisions we make with players and putting the roster together? We're like the Redskins used to be when they signed every player they wanted. There's more to it than talent. It has to be more about the team. "The big one [Owens] did n't get discussed yet, but rm sure it will and real hard." Mosley: T.O. Gone? Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens may have worn out his welcome in Big D. Team chemistry might take precedent over salary cap, Matt Mosley writes, Blog. At the moment, Jones TERRELL OWENS has insisted that Phillips will return, but he might have to reconsider if Garrett secures another opportunity. There are people within the Cowboys' organization who do not believe that Garrett would turn another job unless Jones was willing to promote him to head coach in Dallas and purge Owens from the roster. Not only does Owens have relationship issues with quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten, but the controversial receiver consistently criticized Garrett's play calling and his offensive schemes to the point that sources say the offensive coordinator does not believe they can coexist.

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Sports Super Bowl Historv Again, Tomlin Could Become Youngest To Win It All MIKE TOMLIN Of all the historical achievements African Americans have made n this country, when Tony Dungy stood across the field from his prodigy, Lovie Smith two years ago in the Super Bowl, it was the first time a Black head coach had reached that game. It didn't matter if Dungy or Smith won the game. Either way, history would have been made. Tomlin first came to the NFL as a defensive backs eoach with the Buccaneers fr.om 2001 unti12006. After this past Sunday; the Pittsburgh Steelers' head coach; Tomlin; will becoftle the third Bfack head coach to take his team to the Super Bowl. In a game that featured _dynamic offensive plays, and some really critical impacts, the Steelers defense h eld on and gave the offense a 24-13 victory over the Baltimore Rav e ns. Willis MaGahee can attest to the hard hitting as h e was carted off the field with a neck injury. The last report on MaGahee r eport ed h e h ad movement in his arms and legs, but complained of n ec k pain. Tomlin, 36, is 24 -11 in two season s as the r ep l ace m ent for Bill Cowher, including 2-1 in the playoffs. Some were surprised when Dan Rooney named Tomlin as their head coach after only one season as an NFL defen sive coordinator. Tomlin's 22 r egu larseason victories are the most for a Steelers coach in hi s first two seasons, and h e is the first Pittsburgh coach to win division titles in his first two seasons. The Steelers will face the Arizona Cardinals, who pounded out a 32-25 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cardinals haven't been in a playoff final for more than 6 decades, and will enter this contest after victories over the Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, : and Philadelphia Eagles. Tomlin could become the youngest head coach to win the Super Bowl. Peppers Won't Sian Term Deal With Panthers JULWS PEPPERS CHARLOTTE, N.C. After spending his entire life in North Carolina, Julius Peppers wants out. The four-time Pro Bowl defens-ive end has decided he :won't sign a long-term deal with the Carolina Panther& when he becomes an unre&tricted free agent on Feb. 26. Peppen, who grew up in N.C., atarred in co.llege at North Carolina and was the Panthers' firstround pick in 2002, believes Carolina's defe nsive system is not for him -even after recording a career-high 14 1/2 sac k s this season "He loves the state of North Carolina. Hi s family is there. The easier situation for him would be to stay in Carolina," his agent, Carl Carey, said Saturday. "But the decision that he faced was, do I stay in Carolina and perhaps never reach my full potential? Or do I open myself to the pos sibilities to finish my career elsewhere? He chose the lat ter." Carey, who first told ESPN.com of Peppers' decision early Saturday, said Peppers wants to play in a 3-4 defense. The Panthers use a 4-3 align. ment. "He certainly feels that he can excel and thrive in a 3-4 defense," Carey said. "He is also open to just another system in general that will allow him to maximize his athletic abilities." confident Raheem Morris Takes over Bucs RAHEEM MORRIS Raheem Morris 1 s you ng. e n e rg e tic a nd confi dent he's tht right c h oice as new coac h o f the Tampa Bay Buccanee r s. The 32-year-old oozed enthusias m during a news conference to introduce him as Jon Gruden's s uccessor on Saturday, even if he did not offer s pecific s about his plan to h e lp the Bucs climb back among the NFL's elite. Morris paid homage to Gruden, who led Tampa Bay to its only Super Bowl title six years ago, and said his predecessor sent him a text message earlier in the day VJishiog him well in his new job. "He told me to take this thing and run with it," Morris said. "That' s what I planned on doing. That's what I want to do. Morris takes over a team that won three division titles under Gruden but hasn'l won a playoff game since capturing the franchise's only NFL championship in January 2003 The Gruden era ended with four consecutive losses that d e ni e d the Bucs a postseason spot following a 9-3 start. "He's a lead e r commands the respect of the team ... and his peers," team cochairman Joel Glazer said. can relate to today's NFL player," Glazer added. "The game has changed a lot. It's always changing .... If you don't adapt to those changes, you can't compete. Although he has no previous head coaching experience, Morris doesn't believe owner Malcolm Glazer and sons are taking any more of a gam}?le on him as they did when Tampa Bay traded a pair of No.' 1 -draft picks, plus two No. 2's and $8 million cash, td obtain Gruden after the 2001 season. National Obama Visits Troops, Volunteers on Kino Dav President-elect Barack Obama paints a wall during a visit to Sashu Bruce House, a shelter for teens in Washington Monday. WASHINGTON On the eve of his inauguration, Pres id ent-elect Barack Obama visited wounded tr:oops at a military hospi tal, help e d paint a wall at a s h elte r for homeless teens and paid tribute to the Rev. M _artin Luther King Jr. on the civil rights lead'er's national day. He said there qm't be "idle hands" at a time of national hardship a .nd pledged to make the government do its part. Invoking King's legacy as "not just a dreamer, but a doer," Obama urged all Americans to pitch in and take part in community service Ever-growing crowds thronged to the capital city on the eve of Obama's elevation to the presidency. "Tomorrow, we will come together as one people on the same Mall where Dr. King's dream echoes still," Obama said. At lunchtime, Michelle Obama joined her husband at Calvin Coolidge High School, where the couple greeted 300 people who were writing letters to U.S. troops and doing other voluntee r activities. Obama thanked them for following King's path of service 'This is not just a one-day affair' "If we're waiting for some body else to do something, it never gets done," said Obama, once a community organizer in Chicago. "We're going to have to take responsibility, all of us. This is not just a one-day affair." As for himself, Obama said, "I am making a commitment to you as your next president that we are going to make government work." A day away from becoming the nation's 44th president, Obama made a morning visit to 14 injured vets from Iraq and Afghanistan at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. We can't aUow any idle hands. Everybody's got to be involved. I think the American people are ready to do that," Obama said, grabbing a paint roller to help give the walls a fresh coat of blue. 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0) g Memoriams N 0 IN a: MEMORIAM z " < c (/) w :::J t-c a: LL. c z < c (/) w :::J t-ft w > w c w :I: (/) ::; m :::J a. z .... .... :::J m ..:, w z w (/) a: 0 EDGAR BERNARD (EGGIEB) HAMILTON Born: April17, 1950-January 17 1989 We miss you. Mother, Mary Hamilton, sister, brothers and other family members. CARD OF THANKS JOHNNIE JACKSON The family of Ret. MSgt. Johnnie Jackson would Jike to thank everyone who thought about us and expressed any measure of kindness toward us during our greatest time of sorrow. Special thanks to: the hospital staff at the VA Pastor Anores Arisi and also the staff of Wi son Funeral Home, whose kindness and attention to detail helpec make the day easier to bare. II .11"'"111()11 Funeral Horne J ohn W Hormon, L .F.D. J o m e s Hormo n L. F D 5002 N 40th S t 626-8600 National Jena &'s Mvchal Bell: Pressure led To Suicide Trv MYCHALBELL MONROE, Louisiana -Mychal Bell says he f elt pressure to b e perfec t a ft e r his part of 2006' s "Jena 6 assault case was o ve r Wh e n police alleg ed l as t m o n th that he w a s n t th e Lou isia n a t ee n took his C hristmas mon ey a n d sought a gun t o kill him s elf. M ychal B ell says he's s trived to do well aft e r J e na, and i ast month's s h op liftin g allegatio n s de v a s t a t e d him Di stra u ght after being arrest e d o n s u spic i o n o f s h o plift i n g and b atte ry, th e 18-year-ol d Bell says, h e po inte d the gun a t hi s h ea d and pull e d th e trigger The gun misfired, and he aimed at his chest and tried again. The bullet ripped through his body and he fell to the floor of his grandmother's home in Monroe on December 29 "It just got to the point w h e r e I j u s t cou l d n t t a k e it a n ymo r e Bell, w h o is r ec ov erin g f r o m th e w o und, sai d i n an int e rvi ew with CN N. In D ece mb e r 20 0 6 Bell th e n an a lls t a t e runni n g ba ck for J e n a Hig h 's football team -was o n e of six b lack teenager s charged in adu lt c ourt with attempted murd e r and c on s pir acy c h a r ges in th e b ea tin g o f a w hit e class m ate i n J e n a, L o uisian a, a n i n ci de nt that followed m o n ths of r acial t e n sio n s i n th e com mu n ity of abou t 3,000 people. Riots In The Streets Of Oakland A roundup of coverage of the riots in response to the New Year's Day police slaying of unarmed Oscar Grant at a BART station in dakland, CA. Undoubtedly in spired by recent events in Greece, a protest of hundreds of people that took to the streets in response to the unprovoked police execution of an unarmed man at a BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) station in Oakland, California, turned rowdy Wednesday night. The initial protest included many community organizers, as well as hip-bop artists and others, and overwhelm Ingly non-violent, though. numerous references to com munity self-defense were made throughout the speech es delivered at the rally. This atmosphere of pac if ie d paci fism, however, was not to la s t. Too many have for too long been tinged with the di s illu sioned resentment that a ccompanies fruitless and in e ff ec tu a l protes t and san c tione d, co -opte d di sarme d and d ec l a w e d activi s m. Th is t i m e the killing of a n unarme d c it ize n b y poli ce J' particularly a young person of color, would not go without an answer, and their response would be beard world-wide. In recognition of the fact that protests and inspirational speeches are an important component but alone will not suffice, i n ending abuses of powe r and the societal inequities that necessitate them, the people took their desires-unmediated-to the streets. Riot police responded with massive presence and the deployment of chemical weapons such as tear-gas and pepper spray as protesters manifested their dignifie d rag e in the streets of Oakland Riote r s attacked a McDonald's, bre aking its win dows: smashe d in the win dow s of s e v e r a l car s, som e o f whi c h w e r e lit a bl aze, dragge d dumps t e r s into roadways, li ghting the m afla m e, and d a n ce d o n a t l eas t o n e d e serv in g ges t a p o mo bil e Inaugural Conundrum: Controlling The Crowds WASHINGTON--The 1 to 2 million p eo ple e xpected to p our into downtown W as hington for inaugural f es tiviti es will pose major chal l enges for the city, for law enforcement, and for the attendees themselves. Police and horses practice crowd control techniques on Wednesday. "Unprecedented numbers of Americans are planning to join us in Washington," President-elect Barack Obama s a id Wednesday in remarks r e l eased by the Presidentia l Inaugural Committee. "That will mean long lin es, a tough time gettin g a r o und a nd m os t of all a lot o f walki n g o n w h a t co uld b e a very cold win ter day There is the pot e ntial for a J o t o f fru s trati o n Membe r s of the g e n e r a l p u b li c w ill be funneled through metal detectors and othe r security screening to view the inaugural parade al o ng Pennsy l vania Avenue. Th e checkpoints will open at 7 a.m. and are expected to be closed by 10:30 a.m., when the parade route reaches its capacity of 300,000 to 350,000 spectators. The over flow will be directed to the National Mall. To systemati. cally and calmly move people from the parade area to the mall, Washington police will have personnel moving through the crowd 'distributing maps and directions. People who want to avoid some of the hassle can go directly to the mall area, w h e r e sec u rity c h e cks will not b e as intense. They canno t cam: th e r e overn i g h t but ca n s tand o r sit in small cha ir s to s tak e out a space, acco r d i ng to a polic e s p o k es m an. Mom Thinks Teen Found In Burned Car Was Murdered ISAIAH MARKS PALM BAY, Fla. --A Brev ard County teenager was a n honor roll student, a model e mploy ee and the perf ect son, but his body was found inside a burned car behind a vacant home last week. Detectives say Isaiah Marks' death is suspicious, but his mom thinks it was. murder. Isaiah's body was found burned inside a car, behind a vacant bouse ,on Santo Domingo Avenue in Palm. Bay (see map) last Thursday and, whoever killed the unlikely victim, is still free. Mary Pollard is heart broken, but she believes more than one person was there when her son' s body was l eft to burn inside his car. She said someoQe bad to CREMATION WITH SERVICE $1,0750 Glory F lllll t-.11 Cl1<1pel 866-367-5509 drive her son and leave h is ca r there and there had t o b e a second person d r iving a getaway ca r When authorities fi rst found a b o d y in the-bac k of a burning Ford Tempo l'ast week, t hey started looking for the owner, 18-year-ol d I saiah Marks. The body i n the car was burned b eyond recogn i t ion and Isaiah h adn' t shown up f o r work. H is mothe r put two and two tog ethe r. "That was my first thought when the police called me and told me and they said, 'No identifying marks and this and that.' I said, Well why are you calling me if you don' t know it' s my son?"' she said Mary Pollard is convinced Isaiah was murdered and left in a burning car. She dismissed theories that he was sleeping .in the car when be usually slept at home or at his girlfriend s bouse. Isaiah's girlfriend was the last to see him alive. She told detectives he left for work 45 minutes before his b'!lming car was found. Isaiah's mom said he was working and. saving money for college. "Whole lot to live for and a lot of people who loved him. A lot of promise," she said.

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Crime News Familv Asks For Assistance In Teenager's Death SHELDON UNDERWOOD Last Wednesday night, Tampa Police were called to Chestnut and Oregon Streets on a report of shots being fired. When they arrived, they found a group of Black males on the corner of Spruce and Oregon. Minutes later, the officers heard two gunshots. Officers later reported that Sheldon Underwood, 19 had been on a balcony at Tampa Gardens Apartments when he was shot in the chest. He collapsed in the door way of an apartment. Fire Rescue responded and took Underwood to a I local hospital where h e was listed in extremely critical condition with a gunshot wound to the heart. The next day Underwood's mother, W onda Young, made the decision to remove her e ldest child from life support. H e was pronounced d ead. Underwood was the father of a so n and according to a family member, was expecting another child. Underwood was with several friends and was boxin g when h e was s h ot, according to a cousin. Underwood is d escribed as the type of person who makes your day when you're having a bad day. H e is described by family members as b eing funny and a l ways joking. His goa l was to pursue a caree r as a hip h op a rti st. Ms. Young said the fam ily is willing to accept any donations that can help them with arrangements for her son. Anyone interested in making a donation can reach the family at (8 13 ) 234-1013. Children Killed In House Fire ldentHied STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. --Investigators have identi fied the three children who were killed in a house fire in Stone Mountain. The victims are Trineatria Stokes, 6; Shantia Stokes, 9, and Topeka Smith, 13. Family members said Trineatria Stokes would have turned 7 on Sunday. The' girls attended Rockbridge Elementary and Stone Mo untain Middle ScHoof : ; Schoel district offi Cials Friday they will crisis teams to the schools to help students deal with their grief. The fire began around 12:30 a.m at the h o me on Barbashela Driv e which i s ofT Rockbridg e Road. According to investiga-tors, there were a total of seven people in the hom e, including two grandparents, an uncle an. d four c h i l dren. The adults got out saf ely, but three of th e four children died. The oldest chi ld jumped out a seco nd story window and survived, firefighters said. That child has been identified as Tamaria Stokes, 12. TOPEKA SMITH TAMARIA STOKES, SURVIVED Family m e mbers told CBS Atlanta's Sarah Parker that the childre n wer e liv ing with the ir grandparents because t h eir mother di ed while givi n g birth to the youngest ch ild Firefighters said the house did have s m o k e detectors, a nd they were goin g off when they a r rived. Firefighters told CBS Atlanta t h ey b e lieve they know what started the fir e, but did no t r e lease the cause. Correction DONNIE lATTIMORE In the Friday publication, Curtis Norris was identified as a m ember of the Drak Boys in a story of his sentencing. Although the information received form the U. S. Attorney's Office was as requested, it was Donnie Lattimore, 27, not Norris that was a Drak Boy Leader. Lattimore was sentenced to life in prison on drug charges last week. Paper Towel Used To Shield Robber's Face POLK COUNTY-Early Sunday, the Polk County Sheriffs Office r eported that a convenience store had been robbed by a man who u sed a paper towel to cover hi s fac e. D etectives said the man entered the bathroom of a gas station sto r e at 14581 U S 27, came out with a pape r towel covering his face and d emanded mon ey from the clerk Afte r threatening to shoot the employee, the m a n got cash and left t h e stor e in a 4-door blue sedan, probably a mid 1990s model. The ca r was last seen traveling south on U S 2 7 Th e man is d esc r i b e d as a black male about 30 years old, 6'2" tall, and weighing 220 pounds . UNCLE SANDY ---------------------3 5,"When man Is wrapped up In himself, he makes a 7 8, 17,23,27,31.32, 35,43, 48 pretty small package. obama To'BeSwornln At -12Noon -f c m en c Teenager, Parents Charged In Robberies c.. )> z c )> ::D -< N 0 JACQUEAL HARRIS ST. PETERSBURG-St. Peter sburg Police detectives have arrested four people in three armed rob b e rie s that occurred in July 2008. Charged in three armed robberies is Jacqueal Harris, 18. His parents, James and Evette Harris, are charged with an armed robbery as well. A fourth p e rson Timothy Gipson, 19, was arrested for another armed robbery. Detectives determined that the first robbery occurred July 16, 2008 when four people entere3d J &R Alteration, 1435 Fourth Street, South, and demanded the owner open the safe. The next robbery occurred the same day when four suspects entered 2210 62nd Avenue, South, Sunshine Foods. One of the s uspects was armed with a handgun and demande d money. They took all the cash and fled JAMES HARRIS EVE1TE HARRIS N 0 0 CD 'TI r-0 ::D en m z :! z m r;m The third robbery C occurred at the Lucky 9 J= Food Mart, 901 MLK !!I Street, North. In this rob-z bery, only two suspects "0 entered the store and one C: acted as a lookout and the other was armed and demanded money. The sus pects fled on foot c;; ::::E: m c The Harris's and Gipson were all charged m with robbery and transported to jail. -t c m en lakeland Man Charged With Threatening To Kill Obama c > z c 'TI ::D 6 NATHAN WINE A Lakeland uwn, Nathan Wine, 21, has been indicted on c harges of threatening to kill President-elect Barack Obama. Wine' indicted Thursday in Tampa on charges h e threatened to kill and inflict bodil y harm on the president-elect. Wine reportedly made the threat Novemb't:'r 5, 2008 Wine turned himself in to Tampa Police Thursday o n a wnrl'an t out of Polk County. He' been c harged with grand t hcft o f a fircann by Polk Cou nty Police He nllegl'd l y stol e a s hotgun from a Lakeland woman earlier t hi s mon t h Wine is c utT e n t l:v bl'ing C) h e ld o n a $25 ,000 bond m

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0) 0 0 N N <( ::') Cl ssifieds z <( .., ); <( 0 en w ::') t-0 ii: LL 0 z <( 0 UJ w ::') t-w iii 0 w ::z: UJ :::J m ::') A. z ...J ...J ::') m ...J w z t= z w UJ ii: 0 ...J LL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on February 4, 2009 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address code section violated, and legal description of subject property i n that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E. Kennedy B lvd. Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violat i ons. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record indudes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE tl 08-13286 STENFORS NATH & YANIRA TIEES STENFORS FAMILY TRUST 10/20/06 4219 N. 38TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 ,AND 19-50 CASTLE HOMES LOTS 153873 0000 CASE I 08-13414 SHEELY, CLAUDIA 5204 N 45TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-47 11J-231, AND 19-233 HILLSBOROUGH HEIGHTS EAST REPLAT LOT 55 154172 .0000 CASE I 01-14494 LAWRENCE, OSCAR, LAWRENCE, KIMBERLY MICHELLE E KNOLLWOOO ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47, AND 19-49 RIVER GROVE ESTATES ADDITION LOT 1 BLOCK 11 151 334 .0000 CASE I 08-14517 REYNOSO, o IONISIO REYNOSO, JASMNE 4101 N 29TH ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-47 AND 19-49 ENGLEWOOD S 13.25 FT OF LOT 10 AND LOT 11 BLOCK 18 155872 .0000 CASE I 08-15H4 MORENO CARLOS A. AND SONIA I. 120t E. NORFOLK ST., TAIFA, FL SECTIONS: 11J-5e CRAWFORD PLACE E 51 8112 FT OF N 145FT OF LOT P 189839 .0000 CASE I 08-17314 ARCHIE, SHIRLEY A L 2015 E COLUMBUS OR TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-48, 19-49 AND 19-50 YBOR CITY PLAN OF AN ADDITION LOT 2 BLOCK 124 19n04. oooo CASE I 08-17144 MCNEAL NOVA T. 3401 !. COMANCHE AVE., TAIFA,FL SECTION : 11J-231 BELMONT HEIGHTS NO 2, PB 12 PG41 LOT298 152253 .0000 CASE I 08-20531 TIOHTTIME LLC 3115 E. IDLEWILD AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46 AND 19-50 BELMONT HEIGHTS NO 2 PB 12 PO 94 E 11.50 FT OF LOT 70"1 AND LOT 708 ... .. J 152526 .0050 CASE tl 08-21161 ROYSTER LEONARD TRUSTEE OF THE 8601 ORANGEVIEW OR TRUST 8801 N ORANGEVIEW AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46 19-49 AND 19-50 TEMPLE CREST UNIT NO 1 LOT 11 LESS N 4 FT BLOCK 17 148202 .0100 CASE I 08 21187 CLARK, CHARLES J ESTATE OF 2403 E. OSBORNE AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9-46 19-49 AND 19-50 SILVER MOON ALLOTMENT NO 1 LOT2 BLOCK B 158605 .0000 CASE I 08 21895 FERNANDEZ, ENRIQUE ORTIZ MARIA 8712 N BROOKS ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19 -4 9 1 9-23 2 AND 2 7 13 3 ORANGE TERRACE LOTS 7 AND 8 AND E CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING TH E REON BLOCK 7 145524 .0000 CASE I 08 22749 PEDREGAL, DOREEN E. 1708 E. WATERS AVE., A/8 TAIFA, FL ) SECTIONS: 19 -4 9 AND 19 23 1 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 355 AND 358 AND S % CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON 145708 .0000 CASE I 08-23141 TORRES, CESAR II. 1103 E SITKA ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27-n AND TABLE 4 1 FERN CLIFF 1498&4 .0000 CASE I 08-23318 IGNACIO ROMULO AND HERNANDEZ CONNOR GAIL 2012 E HUMPHREY ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19-50 HILLSBORO HEIGHTS MAP E LOT 35 AND LOTS 36 AND 37 BLOCKH 145280 .0100 CASE I 08-23718 CU .... NGS, PETR ALPHONSO 112 E. IDA ST., TA_.A, FL SECTION : 19-50 BUFFALO LOT4 BLOCK 3 17221111.0000 CASE I 08-23770 WILEY, JERMAINE C 1117 E LINDEN AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19 50 19 233 19 5 A3 & 4 FERN CLIFF LOT397 150039 .0000 CASE tl 08-23866 MILLS, VICTOR 3409 GROVE STREET Cl. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-50 AND 19-56 VARIETY GROVE ESTATES ADDITION LOT 1 0 15115 1 .0000 CASE I 08 23906 CINEUS ROBERT AND CINEUS GERDA 1411 E YUKON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46 AND 19-50 SULPHUR HIL L THEE 50FT OF LOTS 1 2 AND 13 BLOCK 1 1 45749 .0050 CASE tl 08 23979 US BANK NA TRUSTEE C/0 OCWEN FE .OERAL BANK 3110 N AV REPUBUCA DE CUBA, TAMPA, FL SEC TIONS: 19-4 6 AND 19-50 BENJAM I N S 3 RD SUBD M S I ON E 100FT OF N 100FT O F LO T 2 LESS N 59 75 FT BLOCK 8 173 354 .0050 CASE I 08 241 3 2 MID OHIO SEC RICHARD DETRICH TTE FBO .-!37111% CHAS CA!LLEAU 1119 N 19TH S T ., TAMPA, FL SEC TIONS: 19-46 19-49 AND 27-129 'MNG F L SUBDMSI ON N 7 5 FT O F L O T 3 BLOCK 5 1 4 9056 .0000 CASE I 08 24190 MILAGROS DE LA CARlOAD 2722 W MAIN ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46. 19-47 19-49 AND 19-50 MAC FAR LANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 6 BLOCK 411 1711600.0000 CASE I 08-24225 WARREN MATTIE ESTATE OF 4401 N 41TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 56 NORTlMEW HILLS UNIT NO. 2 LOT 1 BLOCK 5 153960 0000 CASE I 08-24325 PORTR, LEROY 1212 N ELMER ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 56 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SULPHUR LOT 84 & ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON 149631 .0000 CASE I 01-24910 BRYAN, WILLIAM C 1101 E. WATERS AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-411 AND 19-50 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS W 53 25 FT OF LOTS 143 & 144 & E % OF CLOSE D ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON 149674 1000 CASE t 08 25057 MSM LLC 3707 TEMPLE ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-47 19-49 1 9 233 AND19-234 GRANT PARK LOT 15 BLOCK 7 1588 5 5 .0000 CASE I 08-25481 MARIN, JUAN FELIPE 1201 E CAYUGA ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-56 NEBRASKA HEIGHTS LOT 17 BLOCK 8 AND S % OF ALLEY ABUTIING THEREOF 172043 0000 CASE I OS-254M MARSHALL, WILUE H JR. 1101 E IOELL ST., TAMPA, FL SEC TI ONS : 19-49 192 33 AND 19 -5A3&4 FERN CLIFF L O T 19 8 149693 0 300 CASE I 08-25154 WERNICK, JEFFREY MARA)i SUDESH 1712 E COMANCHE AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 11J-50 TR I POLI PLACE LOTS 1 1 AND 12 BLOCK 7 15 0 7 50 .0000 CASE I 08-25164 REDO, WARREN 8412 N MULBERRY ST. A/8 TA .. A,FL SECTION : 19-233 SULPHUR HILL LOT 8 AND E % OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON 145832 .0100 CASE I Ol-251n MARQUEZ, FRANCISCO JR. AND STYLES, TRACY 8&06 N MULBERRY ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 11J-5e ORANGE TERRACE LOT 10 AND E %CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING THEREON BLOCK 9 145558 .0100 CASI! I 08-25711 LOVETT, WILLIS 4214 E CAYUGA ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-48 AND 11J-50 EASTERN HEIGHTS LOT 137 154675 .0000 CASE I 01-21857 MARSHALL, WAYNE AND JOHNSON, CHRISnNA N. 1122 E MULBERRY OR TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 AND 1950 FERN CLIFF LOTS 28 AND 29 149774 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 .26, FLORIDA STATUTES PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING co INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING ..... W SHIRLfY FOXX-KNOWLES (!) CITY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIR CUIT,IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No. : 09-DR-000746 Division : J AMANDA PA TIERSON Petitioner And TRENT PARE Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE TO: TRENT PARE 204 LORNE PL, 0000 REGINA,SK YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been f i led against you and !hat you are required to serve a copy of your wri tten defenses, if any, to it on AMANDA PATTERSON, whose address i s 5014 OAKSHIRE DR., Tampa, FL 33525 on or before February 16 2009, and file the original with the cle!X of this Court at 800 East Twiggs Street Room 101, Tam ca. FL 33602 or P O Box 3450, Tamoa. Florida 33601=<4358, before serv i ce on Petitioner or immediately thereafter If you fail to do so. a default may be entered aga i nst you for the rel ief demanded in the pet ition. Copies of all court documents i n thi s case i ncluding orders are IIVAilahJ. ('.J.rit nf !two r.irN t it Court s office You may review these documents upon request You must kMp the Clertt of the Circuit Court's office notified o your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Aorkla Supreme Court Approved Family LIN Fonn 12.915.) Future papers In this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record .t the clertl's office. WARNING: Rule 12. 285, Florida Family Law Rules o Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and Information. FaiiiJre to comply c. n result In sanctions, Including dl8missal or striking of piNdlngs. NOTICE TO PERSONS V't'ITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain uslsmnc:e. Please contact the Court Administrator's A.D. A. Coordinator, (813) 272-7040, 800 E. Twiggs St., Room 6QO, Tampa, FL 33602, within 2 wortllng days of your receipt o this notice. If you are hearing .or voice Impaired call 1-800-955-8771. Dated Januarv 14. 2009. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SUSAN MCDOWELL DEPUTY CLERK

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