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I Features N .... cti' ... ....... .1. ) New Sulphur Springs Initiative-Ea'St Tampa Group Gets -Foe .. uses on Th. e People Approval To Name Mini BY IRIS B. . Spr;ngs area because of ;,, lakes, Wall Of Fame ii: Sentinel City Editor closeness to the water and LL its picturesque scenery. For the past 6 months, the Rather than complain about Tampa Police Department's what was going on in the Uniform District Two has area, the Robinson& decid-had a new cqmmander. His ed to get They name is Major John began helping ,to improve Bennett and his goal is to the neighborhood. strengthen the bond The Robinson& welcome between police officers and. the new focus. "After speak-its citi:i:ens: especially in the ing with Major Bennett I Sulphur Springs area. JOHN BENNETI' felt this is an excellent way Major Bennett said that M.Uor ofUnifonn District II to inject change. in 2008, part of the city's : 1. I. 1 , "He tQ crime rate dropped. residents and the teens to' However, certain areas in Oriented Policing) deploy-relieve fears and build District II said a slight ment. bridges that will inspire increase in crime. After "If we can work with the involvement." assuming of the community and control He also said the new focus area, Major Bennett said crime in some areas, it will would allow the seniors to he observed an increase of have a lalllt' impact on crime come out, get involved and 1.4% in crime in the area throughout the city. share their wisdom and known as the "'Spine. It con"I want to make people feel sists of 10 areas between that they can trust the experience. a Fowler Avenue to the police department and we Both men agree that the Hillsborough River and have to earn the trust of the police must develop a reta-IL Nebraska Avenue toN. 22nd community. We are going to tionship of trust with the Q Street. 'lbe area has several deal with the known offend-teenagers that will allow vacant lots and a higher ers and really have a pres-them to lose their fear of >-crime rate, with the number ence in the community. We being harassed or abused. 4C one problem being burglar,. are really trying to have Robinson said he feels a ies. holistic healing in the areas the new initiative will open fB said he where they say nothing can doors to a healthy dialogue met with Joseph be done. between the police and the > Robi.Dson, PrQsident of the. The initiative is an in-residents. This would then A: Sulphur Springs Neighbor-D house venture that came inspire others to take an hood Association and came about with Mayor Pam active role in the. neighbor-W to realize that a new initia-Iorio's Neighborhood hood watch prosrams and an Q tive was needed in tlii!'area. Stabilization Program. active role in their !1! met -ljtJ!:the-<:police --. Joepb ..,bbuion and tn union and told them I 'want : h.is wife, 'llrs. Norma Major Bennett said the Denese Meteye-James, Chairperson of the Aesthetics and Beautification Sub-Committee of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, has annoUnced they've got-. ten approval to go ahead with nainirig the (34th Street and Ellicott, MLK and 19th Street, and 22nd Street and Chelsea): as well as the Wall of Fame adjacent to the Tampa Police Department's District III Command Center. "The city and county's department heads gave us the go ahead 'and we11 be discussing how to with the projects," said Ms. JameL "'We must first find a way to get the word out to t}J.e public as far as suggestions for names is concerned The Aesthetics and Beautification Sub-Committee will be meeting January 27th at the Tampa Police Department's "'. -; DENESE METEYJWAMFS Conference Room to discuss process and the success of the first tree lighting ceremony conducted by the Partnership and the A&B Committee. "'We will also reView our goals for the year and discuss whether we1l be holding public meetings in the future after we've outlined our strategy." &JPfll*r Leon. B. cl"ftt). ca11 be reacl&ed at (818) 248-07U, or e-rrudled at lcrews@/lsentinelcom. . -:; officers in that area who Robinaou,t retired and residents of Sulphur Springs !! want 'toworklin the area: moved to Tampa from New can expect to see a new tyPe SI-Ckle Cell Suppo n ul A. and be a . part of a new York in 1995. They were of policing in their area this . U z C ;O.P. ': (COmmu;nity .. drawn to the Sulphur year. . . .. -:-.-. ffi ., , ... The Sickle Cell Suppott Group meets the first Tttes:d&; _. r-___ __;_ ____ __;,..,... _____ ..;_ _________________ __, every other month. The next meeting is February_ 8, S 5:30p.m., at 2128 W Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., m 102. Dinner will be ptov.ided : ,... -. 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Features Promoter Credits Success. To His 'Ten Commandments' West Ta01pa Group To Meet on Main Street Initiative On Saturday, .January 241", hundreds of patrons will gather outside the Palladium in St. Petersburg to se e a play directed by Donald Gray called, When Loving You Is Hurting Me." The doot s will open at 7:30 p.m. A::. patrons sit and e njoy the production, few will krjow that behind the scene a quiet, unassuming yQjlng man who made it all possible Coming from a family of 12, Too Smooth learned early in life what sacrifice meant. He said it wus his late grandmother, Eunice Golden, who inspired him and raised him to be the man he is today. "She lived to be 99 \ cars old, and was full of wisdom. She really ga, e me the blueprint to follow to he sm:ccssful. She was living proof that where there's a succ-essful Black man, there's a successful Black woman Too Smooth said through years of promoting, he knows there's plenty to do in the Tampa area, if the general public will support it. "I've always felt the Bay area is ripe for a change Your bufliness eRn oom up to $150 per kilowatt for 1/ghllng Bfflciency upgrades. TOO SMOOTH plan to keep bringing quality entertainment to the area and be a pa1t of that change." Too Smooth attended Florida Memorial College, and majored in business management. He said it was ne,er his plan to work tor corporate America. "My plan is to build my mm corporation. I attended a small business de,elopment program at the Uni, ersity of South Florida and gained a lot of knowledge "I've also learned that promoting is an art you must ha,e lore and passion for I spent a year doing research tra, cling and picking up even more knowledge." 1;.':{: .. . (;; ...... : .. : ... -: .::;'. .. .. :; Too Smooth said as part of his business strategy, he developed his own 10 commandments for success He said you also have to \Vant for each other as much as you want for yourself "My 10 commandments for success arc prayer patience persistence suffer success, sacrifice, dedication, detcnnination, love, and staying focused You also hare to think big. "''ve been blessed by God who has gi, en me great favor with man and I give Him all the honor and glory. Life brings on many changes God's Imc for us remains constant." Too Smooth wants to thank the Black Heritage Festiral for allowing him to be a pa1t of their celebration, und anyone seeking more information about the play Saturday or any of his upcoming e\ ents can reach him at (813) 244-7474. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com. The Main Street Business Association will meet with department heads from the City of Tampa, reps from TECO and Verizon on Tuesday, February 3nJ, 10 a m on the st" floor of the City Adminbtration Building. Dwight Bolden, spokesperson for the group, said the meeting has been a long time coming and the main topic will be the Main Street Beautification Project. ''The Main Street Business Association has four areas they will be focusing on: Economic and Business Development, the replacement of sidewalks and structure designs for existing buildings, lighting on Main Street and side streets, and landscape development." The group met Wednesday and discusset.l a plan that will help to promote the existing businesses along Main Street. "We want to provide incentives for new businesses to come to this area, said Bolden. "We also want to provide jobs for people in the area a s well as tax incentives for the businesses Education and job skill trdining are also a pa1t of our plan We want to hare a strong and prospe rous c-ommunity. , DWIOHT BOLDEN Bolden said the group wants. government. and community leaders to set the example for West Tampa. "We feel we' ,ve been left out of the city's redevelopment plans for more years than we can count. We need this now more than evel" before. "We feel we need to create better opportunities for African Americans to succee<.l in West Tampa. We're calling for action from aU the businesses in West Tampa. We '''ant to prepare our community for the future, and this is a plan of change." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com. .... ---A logical balance for your business and the environment. looking ways to Start by saving energy. 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Editorials & Columns co) N > a: " <( c a: u. c a: u. c z a: w > w C w ::z::: en ::; m Q. z 'ffi -1 -1 ::: m ..:, w z w t/J c o 9 I.L FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Florida Press Association POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44.Q0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.QO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on edilorial pages ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers. do no1 necessarily renect the editorial stance ol The Florida SenUnel BulleUn or the Publisher. I A look That Said It All I hat can we expect from President Barack Obama? How should we look upon him and weigh his words? In essence, what manner of man is he, really? In response to these and countless other questions about the character of this man, we advise the world to study one p&rticular picture. It is a photograph taken at the recent presidential inauguration. It shows sevenyear-old Sasha Obama gazing up into her father's eyes, just before he accepts the oath of office. It is a photograpp that captures a look that satisfies every personal question that could ever be asked or answered. We Americans are familiar with that look. We have seen it in the eyes of a young Caroline Kennedy when she looked up into the eyes ofherfather, Jack Kennedy. We witnessed it in the unabated smiles ofYolanda and Bernice King as they vied for their father, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, notice and affection. We have seen that smile, and within that smile we have identified our feelings and our:C:Onfidence for its intended recipient. This past Tuesday, a photographer .caught Sasha Obama looking proudly and adoringly up into the eyes. of her father her hero her accomplisher of all things magnificent ana timeless. We know what she felt because for that moment, her eyes were our eyes. How does America feel about its new president, ,Barack Obama? Just look that photograph of dad and dauibter duriDg the inauguration. It is a picture that should say It all! ' llecessan With our Children fter years on the decline, teen pregnancy rates are. beJinning to rise, once more. And guess what? Vene'real disease and HIV rates are beginning tO rise among teens, too. A recent study found girls who give birth before the age of 15, are 5 times more likely to die during childbirth, 'than women who give birth in their ao's. In other woM.s, lhe .sexual. straggles among o-.r teenagers con-tinue. . -One snmclmother shared her anger and frustration with her seX11Jl]ly.acve 13year-old granddaugh. ter. She said her granddaUghter had a blank stare when she attempted to tell her about the dangers of unpro-tected sex. But more shocldng, was the child's that she could not possibly get HIV, or worst, .,._.ps, if she did not change her'careless behavior. Stating that her granddaughter was long past the abstinence talk, the grandmother asked us to tell parents about the need to talk to their children at a very young age about sex. She believes that if you wait until . 'your children become teenagers, it is really too late. ,Mso, if you assume that because your child is being brought up in the church, mosque or synagogue will stop them from engaging in semal activity, think again. She believes only straight talk and building an environoqo ment where parents can talk to their children about W anything, is the best deterrent. We agree, the time to i have THAT TAI...K, is now. 'lr he entire world stood : .... .:o.:< 2009. The reason that drew such attention was that for the first time in American history, a man of African an cestry was sworn into the Office of the President of the United States. The name ofthe 44th U.S. President as it will be recorded in history books, is President Barack Hussein Obama. His father was an African and his mother was from Kansas. He was born in Hawaii. His inauguration set rec ords in tenns of the media coverage and the number of people from throughout the world that decided to visit Washington, D. C. during the week of festivities. Most knew that they would not be able to attend the ac-Till blllll: Mr. President tual inauguration. However, they just wanted to experience the magic of being in the city when a dream became a real ity and took its place in his tory. It has been estimated that more than 2 million peo ple converged on the Capitol. Although President Obama was unaware of thingS happening around him, it has been reported that not one person was arrested. That is an amazing feat in itself. However, the peace surrounding the event can only be areflection ofthe man. President Obama car ries himself in such a way that delivers the message of peace and unitY. He is intelligent and educated, youthful and inspiring, open and deter mined to improve the lives of the people of this country financially, mentally, physi cally, and emotionally. President Obama knew that his struggle to accom plish his goals would not be easx. He knew and continues to that everyone will not his decisions. Yet, he knows that the only way to conqhh the problems of this country is to be open to all suggestions. So, his actions demonstrate that his words were not ju'St something he felt the people wanted to hear. His goals are to make his words become a reality to im prove the lives of many. President Obama won the election by 52% of the popular vote, so it is obvious that all of those who voted felt he was the best candidate. But, it really doesn't matter what his detractors may say or may do. The bottom line is, when they refer to Barack Hussein Obama, it will be as-Mr. President! Free Immigrate T o libe:ria ears ago, while researching the immi gration of free Blacks from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, Delaware and Virginia to Uberia, I discovered Mary land had a large number of Free Blacks who had immi grated to that African country. Apparently, the "Back-to Africa" movement caused the Maryland General Assembly to pass an Act Relating to the People of Color in This State," in 1881, which sent free Blacks to Uberia. Thus, Mary land played a pivotal role in the founding of Uberia In Virginia, residents were still recovering from the 1831 Nat Turner rebellion, which took numerous white lives and was supposedly sup ported by free Blacks. Thus, white Virginians readily sup ported efforts by the Ameri can Colonization Society (ACS) to relocate Blacks to Liberia, as well. Meanwhile, Maryland passed a law in 1831 with the intent of removing Blacks from the state, based upon a census 6f all free Black resi dents, a census which was taken by the sheriff of each white resident wOuld attest to county. At the time the censUs the freed Blatk.'s extraordiwas taken, sheriffs were re- narily good and char-quired to determine how acter: many free Blacks were willing The Uberia .'Mcivernent to leave the state. Addition-was, nevertheless, not without ally, the law established the its opponents. Both Northern Maryland State Colonization Black abolitionists and South-to administer the law ern slave OWners opposed the and oversee the removal of plan, though for different reaBlacks to Liberia, or such sons. Indeed, many Blacks other place or places out of questioned why free lilaclts the limits of this state, as they should emigrate from a counmay approve of, and the per-try where they, their parents son or persons so to be reand even grandparents had moved. shall conse _nt tC! to been born. Moreover, most according to the provisions of in Northern comthis act. munities suspected the "The Maryland Society paid Uberia Movement was a ploy for the travel arrangements to expel BlaCks from America. and gave financial support to These Blacks believed it was each person who agreed to better for freed Blacks to re-immigrate until the freed main in America and tight Blacks could support. thent-., against slavery and for full selves. After the 1832 date, rights as United States whenever slaves were freed, if : zens." However, white slave they refused to go to owners the effort as an or some other state, they were. attempt to destroy the Southarrested and forcibly removed em economy. from Maryland or made to Referred to as Americacontinue to be a slave. Freed Uberians, the fi.r5t freed Blacks could petition the 1 Black American settlers reloMaryland State Court to recated to Liberia in 1822, and main in the state to avoid sepby 1846, more than 13,000 aration from family, : if a immigrants had been transformer owner or some other lcoNnNUED ON NEXT PA.OEI

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Looal Rehearsal For Super Bowl Choir The first rehearsal for the 100-voice gospel choir for the Super Bowl will be held Saturday, January 24, 2009, promptly at 3 p. m. The rehearsal will be at the Potter's House (formerly Mt. Calvary SDA Church), 3111 E. Wilder Ave. Carlton Burgess is coordinator of thechoir. 1c{'1 For more call (813) 242 8383 . ( I. Ill -Blake Class 011964 The Blake High School Class of 1964 will meet on Saturday, January 24, 2009, 2 p.m. at 4116 W. Laurel St. to discuss plans for the 2009 Reunion. All classmates are asked to attend. Contact Jackie Chester Lewis at (813) 662-2073 for further information. Free FCAT Tutoring Bles'd Productions presents FREE FCAT tutoring reading and writing fOT grades 3 and up. Parents are welcome. Classes will be held January 24 and February 7th and 8th, 5-6:30 p m. The classes will be held at Miracle Temple Church of God in Christ, Elder Clethen Sutton, pastor. Class instructors are Drs. P. Tucker-Wicks and P. Tucker-Johnson, the Tucker twins. Residents Of ShonMainSt If you were a resident of Short Main .W Tampa during the '50s and early '60s, please contact Benny Sbeehy,.J)..t (816) 765-5788 or www.K.C.rr.All Class Reunion The 70s and 80s All Class meeting will be held on February 5, 2009, 6:30 p. m., at the HipHopSodaShop, 1201 E. Fowler Ave. For more information, please call, (813) 231-6937 It's a new year. Start tt off right wtth soltd savings solutions. If there's one resolution to keep this year, a f?etter saver is tt. Sun Trust makes ft easy for you with Get Started Savtnp, COs, money malicet accounts, and IRAs-reliable savfnp tools that can help you live solid. To take charge of your finances in '09 and build a stronger foundation, vfsft suntn.Dt.C:om, catl8n.786.111'1, or stop by a branch near you. \tk. SUNTRUST Live Solid. Bank Soltd: SunTruat Bank Member FDIC C2009 SunTruet Banks, In<:. SunTruat Is a federally registered service mark of SunTrust Banka, Inc. Live Solid Bank Solid Ia a service mark or Sun Trust Banks, Inc :II 6 C'... )> z N 1\) 0 0 (0 6 g en m z z m r:a:J c r rm :j z ., c a:J r-c;; ::1: m c m < m :u < -t c m en c )> z c ., :u c

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en Local M N > a: c( ::l z c( .., 9 a: LL. c a: u. c z c( c en w ::l .... > a: w > w c w :r: en :::l ID ::l a.. z t= w ..J ..J ::l ID .!. w z t= z w en c( c a: 0 ..J u. Couple Displaced Bv Fire Firefighters are on the roof of a home on 56th Street after a Tuesday afternoon fire displaced the homeowners. On Tuesday at 1:23 p.m., Tampa Fire units responded to a house fire at 2904 North 56th Street in East Tampa. Units who arrived on the scene reported smoke coming from a single story house. The fire was eventually extinguished, and no one was injured. The investigation revealed that Lewis Watson, 72, has owned the house for about 50 years. He was burning wood in the fireplace and said the fire was big and hot. He said smoke started coming from the attic area. He opened up the attic area and saw fire. He and his wife, Mildred Watson, 57, got outside safely. The cause of the fire was heat from the fireplace chim ney getting into the attic and causing the fire. Investigators estimated the damage to the house to be at least $25,000. The American Red Cross helped the Watsons with temporary shelter. Red Cross spokesperson, Abbie Weaver, said the home was insured, and the couple was able to salvage all of their personal belong ings. "The living room and attic/roof area sustained most of the damage. We will house them for an undetermined length of time depending on what their needs are." THE GRAND SUITES /HOLIDAY INN & SUITES 113 10 N 30TH STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33612 813-97 1 -7690 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2009 7:00 :00 PM COST : $15.00 ADVANCE $20.00 AT THE DOOR ArTIRE : SEMI-FORMAL FOR MORE INFORMATION fTICKETS, PLEASE CONTACT: 813-335-9070 OR 813-231-5937 New AHordable Housing Director looks Forward BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two years ago, Ms. Valmarie Turner joined Hillsborough County government as the Manager of the Contracted Unit in Available Housing. Last month, Ms. Turner accepted the role of Director for the Affordable Housing Department. By accepting the position, she inherited ongoing investigations by both the FBI and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. But, Ms. Turner said while both are still looming, "I have a good group of people in the office and we are going to move forward instead of backwards." Collectively, she oversees millions of dollars a year in federal, state, and local funding, Her goal is to sim ply adhere to the new mis sion statement, which reads in part, to, "Stimulate Genes1s Wors ip Center 2711 18th Avenue Tampa, Flori da Elder Alfonzo Broughton Senior Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 10:45A.M. SeTVices Wednesday 7 P.M. .,A Chutdt fw AI/ #Topic Re.KII ing the Brolcrn MJd forgottenw MS. VALMARIE TURNER .. New Director of Affordable Housing for Hillsborough County. neighborhood revitalization efforts by increasing affordable housing opportunities as well as community and economic development ini tiatives for eligible residents of Hillsborough County ... She intends to implement the mission statement by providing funding for low to medium income families the opportunity to become homeowners as well as help ing with development of the county through the use of block grants and other financial sources. "We're very excited about our new position and I think our office is going to do real ly good work in the commu nity. Because of the number of foreclosures the allocation of neighborhood stabilization funds have increased." The department is also offering the Home Savers Program for people who are facing foreclosure. For those who qualify, Ms. Turner said the program brings the homeowner current with his or her payments. However, they must be able to maintain them from that point forward. A native of Daytona, Ms. Turner is a graduate of Florida A & M University, with a B. S degree in Business Economics. She also has a Master's degree in Public Administration from Walden University. She is a Licensed Real Estate salesperson in the State of Florida and Georgia. Sh{: is a Certified Housing Counselor, Certified HOME Program Specialist, and Certified Housing Development Finance Pr:ofessional. Ms. Turner is family-oriented and enjoys spending time with her daughter, Kendra, and other family members. She is also very active in the community and a 2008 graduate of Leadership Hillsborough. She is a member of Faith Christian Center and lists singing among her hobbies Harlem Academv Alumni Historic Harlem Academy Alumni will have an important meeting Sunday, January 25, 2009, 5 p. m. at 1002 W LaSalle St. The Historic Harlem Alumni Committee invites all alumni and friends of Harlem to attend. The business meeting will last one hour.

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Local Amari Has Exciting Trip To Washington Amari Bennett is still beaming about her trip to Washington, D. C. for the inauguration of President Barack Obama. HaYing come out of a VCI}" cold climate, she was surprised at how cold Tampa was when she returned on Wednesday night, bu t w..R tl still glad to be back home. rfj b Amari was one of students that went tlD Washington from the Interbay (.Jim Walter) Boys and Girls Club to represent vouth from around the She attends High School. Of the trip, she says, "it was a life-altering experience that I will ne\er forget being a part of history." She had the opp011unity to attend many events that were sponsored by the Strafford Foundation and other foundations. She went to the M LK Breakfast and took photos with LL Cool J and T. I. at the airpm1. Amari wants to thank the many people who helped with her trip: Macy's, lnterbay Boys and Girls Club, the lady who donated a cap and scarf, an elderly lady that don ated a suit case and oranges and had many wonderful to tell. Amari poses with a life size cutout of'President Barack Obama' at one of the Inauguration Balls. Inauguration Trio This group traveled with Road Ready Tours to Washington, D. C. for the inauguration ofBarack Obama as President of the United States. Robert Massey and Ernest Martin were the drivers for Road Ready Tours who took a group to Washington, D. C. Barbara Wright and her daughter, Lucreda Kight were among those who witnessed history in Washington, D. C. Truth Outreach lnte Ministries APOStLE MICHELLE And DEACON ROSBY KELLY Come Worship Wllh Us At OUr New Location: 10711 N. 53rd Street Tampa, FL 33617 813.988.8646 Sunday Morning Worship 11:00A.M. Tuesda y Pr a y e r 7:30 P.M. Thursda y Bible Study 7:30 P.M Frida y Youth Night 1st & 3rd 7:30P M New Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church "A Super Natural Church Composed Of Super Natural People" 7401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 (813) 837-0129 Office Hours: Tues. And Thurs. 10 A.M. -6 P.M. Fai t h Temple Missionary Baptist Church Installation Service on Sunday, January 25 2009 for Rev. Eric E. CampbeU Pastor "A Pastor after God's own Heart ..... 1 Samuel13:14b Guest Churches Royal Tabernacle M. B. Church of Jacksonville, Florida Rev. Jeremiah Robinson, Sr. at the 11 a. m. Service New Salem M.B. Church Rev. Dr. Henry J. Lyons President of the General Bap tis t State Convention of Florida, Inc. at the 3:30 p. m Service SUter Nellie O'Buner ud Deacon WlDle Geor&e Cbairpenom .. First Union Missionary B a pti s t Church, Inc. 3707 E. Chelsea Street Tampa, FL 33610 Rev. Bruce E. Garmon Sr. M. Div. Master of Cerer!lonY Pastor C. S. Jarnegan, Sr. Pastor First Baptist Church of Colege Hll Chatge Pastor A. Greene -PreSident of Union 12 of the Foreign Missionary Baptist Association Charge Rev. F. Tarver -Moderator of Union 12 of the Foreign Missionary Baptist Association and Laying of Hands Ptayer of Consecration. Introduction of Preacher Rev D. Burlel, Chicago, IUinois Installation M8_!188Q8 Pastor A. L Peer80n, Sr. -Senior Pastor Pilgrim Rest M.B. Church Grand Rapids, Michigan Char9e to Church Rev. G. L StapletOn, Jr.-Jackson, Tennessee Installation of Pastor Pastor E. C. Gaddla, II-Senior Pastor Prince of Peace M B. Church Grand Rapids, Michigan. FORGETIING! REACHING!! PRESSING!!! PHILIPPIANS 3 : 13 ::0 0 )> c_ )> z c: )> ::0 -< "' "' 0 0 U'J m z :::j z m r-ID c: r rm :::j z "'0 c: m c U'J ::::t m 0 m < m ::0 -< c: m U'J 0 )> -< )> z 0 ::0 0 )> -< "'0 )> G) m

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Local :::D 6 Buccaneer Plaver, Organization Taking Time out. To Be c: Visit Area Schools A Little B ,it countrv ., j } : Quincy's owner, Nettie Henderson is shown with Dan.ny Glover, Bertha Wells, and Catherine Murphy. (Photo by Ersula KnoxOdom). BY ERSULA KNOX ODOM They could not believe their good fortune and saw 1\) w 1\) 0 0 (0 Standing in the rear, from left to right, are: Michael Brown, James Lee, and Romey Battle. In front of them are students from James Elementary School. In order to spend some personal time with friends, Isaac McLemore and Ersula Odom, Mr. Danny Glover wanted to dine where he could be who he is, "Just a country boy". As he strolled into East Tampa's Quincy's Restaurant on 40th Street, he brought screaming delight to the owners and employees. it as a blessing for the long ;:!! hours they have been work0 ipg to feed the homeless. That evening they were l> opened late preparing for en their Martin Luther King Day mission. -t This week, the Center For Urban Programs and Services teamed up with James Lee of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to speak with a group of students at James Elementary and Middleton High Schools. Lee met the Director and Cofounder of the Center For Urban Programs and Services, Romey Battle, while Lee was playing football at South Carolina State, where he J'"' I majored in Early Childhood. James Lee said he never imagined that he would have an impact on youth so early after graduating from college. He spoke with a group of 5th grade students through the Choices Program about being raised by a single parent and the importance of an education. The program mentors at-risk students on making the right choices today that will shape Darnell E. Ingram, Esq., Cory J. Person, Esq. & Delano S. Esq. Rated Lawyer 44 Years 0, Service /\ ; !' : C,. ;; i?f* :t!\ . \ their future. The youth are a part of After 21st Century, a grant federally funded program. The program's Executive Director and cofounder, Michael Brown, believes the youth of today have a lot to say and should be heard. Danny Glover bas received rave reviews for r:bis roles in The Color aJ If you need more information, please log onto urbanprograms.org. Purple, Dream. Girls, Grand Canyon, To Sleep With Anger, and the Lethal Weapon Series. Community Focused I Stewart & Person, P. A. is pleased to announce that DARNELL E. INGRAM has become a partner in the firm. The Firm Practices In The Areas Of: Personal Injury Criminal Defense Civil Litigation Family Law I Labor & Employmen t Rights 501 E. Kennedy Blvd. Suite 715 Tampa, FL 33602 '(813) 221-4454 ... The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience. c: r rm -t z c: aJ r-u; :::t m c m < m :::D < -t c: m en c l> z c a c J C) m ..... ..... l l>

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c a: lL c z c:t c en w ::: t-ii: w > w c w l: -!a -I m ::: Q. z -I -I '::) m ..:. w z w en a: g lL TRADIA January 23, it's going Having a block!!! I Congratulations I I Congratulations I . Dreams did come true on 111212009. She now attends HCC 'Ybor City Campus. So, if you see her and she just smiles and waves her hand, my baby has on. We are very proud ofher. Love, Sylvener, a.k.a., Mann. ERVIONNA HARRIS Congratulations to Ervionna Barris for making Honor Roll at Mendenhall Elementary. We love you. NaNa and Granddaddy. WALK-INS waCOME MULTI-SERVICES S'MJSTS-BARBER [updo's, cuts, etc. .. ] All establlsMd buslra In the hiCIIt of the Inner city. Owned by ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL BEAU1Y SALON 8001H SPACE. AVAILABLE Immediate Auallablltty for: BEAUTICIAN Inquire by phone or .-noll: 813 ... 248-3737 or 813-390-1514 or 813-247-2801 End: MR. lWAN And ROSA Happy birthday Mommy and Mr. Twan. From all of us We love you ROSA Happy 38th birthday, Rosa. To our #11 mom. we love you and many more. Looking For A Pen Pal RUSSELL GOLDEN This is from you sister. Happy birthday, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and all that good stuff. Love you, Valerie. Russell Golden 39287-018 Federal Correctional USP P 0. Box 1033 Coleman, FL 33521-1033 In The Spotlight ROSICA This week's Spotlight feature Is the lovely 2G-year-old Scorpio, Roslca. This 5'4" beauty says her favorite stars are Dehzel Washington and Terrence Howard. Rosica's hobbles are working on computers, hanging with friends and watching movies. In the future, Roslca wants to open a daycare cen ter or an after school care program. Her phi losophy of life Is: "Be happy In all you do: When It comes to the man In her life, Rosica said he must be Intelligent and cultured. Congratulations to Roslca as this week's Spotlight feature.

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Local "T1 ll c Spoto Athlete First In School's Historv To Get A ScholarshiP c.. )> z c: )> SERGIO ROBINSON Sergio Robinson, a senior at Spoto High School, is the first scholarship athlete in the school's three-year history. He has committed to play at Charleston Southern, a Division 1-AA school. Robinson, 6'3" tall and 250 pounds, chose Charleston Southern over Florida Atlantic University, Tulane, and Florida International University. Robinson, who visited the Charleston Southern campus, said it felt like a home a way from home to him. "I didn't think it was too big or too small. It felt like a perfect fit for me." Robinson's stepfather and mother, Jeff and Mentoria RobinsonGordon, said they always knew. he was an exception al athlete. "I felt it was only appropriate to scream from the _-rooftops that my son has become my shining star," said Ms. RobinsonGordon. Robinson started playing football at the age of 8 for the. Brandon Steelers, then later for the Progress Village Panthers. He made the varsity team his first year at Spoto and worked hard to stay in shape and improve his game. Jeff Gordon said he and Sergio's mother told him in the beginning that he needed an education more than a football career. "If Sergio hadn't been an athlete, he'd be more involved in forensic science. That's what he's going to study in school. He got interested in that from watching the televi sion show, "48 Hours Sergio Robinson is an only child, and his parents said they've never had a problem keeping him focused. "Although he's only 17, he's very mature for his age," said Jeff Gordon. "Right now, his plans are to graduate from college, get into the forensic sci ence field, and if football is to be a part of his future, he'll deal with it. We encouraged him to no get distracted by what's going on with his peers and make sure he's able to establish a means where he'll be self-sufficient in the future." "This July, I will wave goodbye to my baby, and send off a man to pursue his dreams of becoming a forensic scientist," said Ms. Robinson-Gordon. "I'm very proud of my son and I want him to remember to keep God first and know that he has Suhstrihc a village back home to help him on his journey. first state playoff berth. Reporter Leon B. ::D < Robinson was a member of the Under Armour All-American team as a defensive lineman, and the Tampa Tribune AllHillsborough County sec ond team after recording 87 tackles and nine sacks for the Spoto Spartans, helping them secure their Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsen: tinel .corh. 24,= ,,., "-9:00 a.m. 12:00 p;m,: ... ,.," ..... ",, ... of Game Desigll . Career & Technical Education program offered through School Choice.= : ... lPUBtiC SCHOOLS -brallota iA 61uuui;!t Mit!dleton High School 4801 N. 22nd Street Tampa, FL 33610 For more ilfonnation, contact the Choke Information Lite 813-272-4692. "T1 r-0 ll en m z :::! z m r I CD c: r r m z "'0 c: CD r c;; :::z:: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c "T1 ll 6

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g C\1 C\1 >a: <( ;:) z <( ..., c a: u.. c a: LL. c z <( tn w ::::) it w > w c w % tn :::; m ;:) D.. z ..J ..J ;:) m ..:.. w z t= z w tn g a: g ..... Local Solid Waste's Float carried Special Message BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer During the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "March On Memphis" in 1968, striking sanitation workers wore and carried signs that read, "/Am A Man. The City of Tampa's Solid Waste Department decided to carry that theme in this year's MLK Parade. Solid Waste Director, Tonja Brickhouse, said the idea came last year when they started preparing for the parade. "Myself along with Tara Smith, Tracy Freeman and a few others met and talked about what we were going to do. This is the first time a gifted person like Tara has done something like this, and she just took the lead." As it turned out, Smith and Freeman started working on the department's float for the parade, and all agreed the theme would be the same as the striking sanitation workers in 1968, J Am A Man, with "I Am A Woman added. Brickhouse said s h e watched the entire project from the beginning, and she's very proud of it. "I think the float represented our city wel l and focused on why Dr. King was in Memphis in 1968." Smith said last year, they just threw something together, and she wanted this year to be different. "I wanted the kids to get a positive message from this. That's why I put so much into it. "I did some research and found a way to do something that would tell them what a group of men from Memphis experienced." Smith said she's always felt what they do for a living doesn't get them a lot ofrespect. Brickhouse said she makes a point of telling her employees that they are that happen to be in the solid waste industry. "It's my job to make sure they know they provide a viable service and they are professionals." This is the float that represented the Solid Waste Department in this year's MLK Parade. It's theme is" "I Am A Man, I Am A Woman." These Memphis sanitation workers march past anned guardsmen during their strike in 1968. N .EXT STOP: Despite recent tough times. tomorrow holds the promise of a brJahter future. The qUestion do we get there? We11 need big Ideas. new ways to spark our eca IOIT'Y and get us roltlnlln the right cfwection. One of those is transit inwstnlent. . Transit generates new jobs, with construction of projects and opemion of new bus and rail lines. A transit investiilellt can glw! us traffic relief, while fewer vehicles on the road means a cleaner environment and amp toward energy independel K1!. And tnnslt can dme new opportoo1t1es for businesses to get employees and custOmers ri8ht to thetr door. . When people can set to work and enjoy their c:omnuttty without relying solely on a car, the c:omnuttty is healthier and wealthier. We have much to do to set our course for a bright future. We can get theft! with HART. HART HIIIJbomush fleiiONI nan.tt Authority Orjven to serve you. www.goHART. org

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Local "TI :a 6 Young Man's Dream Will Stav Alive Through His Cousin c.. )> z DONNIE LA1TIMORE "G-STYLE" Donnie Lattimore is no different than a lot of young Black men these days. He's made some deci sions that turned out to be not in his best interest, and due in part to his association with people he trusted. Now, the 27-year-old CEO of Drak Boy Records is about to enter another chapter in his life where accountability is the key, as he passes through our judicial system. Leonard Poone, Lattimore's cousin, said he feels a lot of the problems Lattimore has en.dured are due to the confusion that Drak Boy Records has something to do with The Drak Boyz. "The record company has nothing to do with a group of guys running around calling th.emselves the Drak Boyz." Known as G -Style in the music industry, Lattimore loves music and gave back to his community through different projects for the children. "Being a father himself and the oldest of two, he understands how important it is to stay and focused," said G-Style started his music career at lOth Street and Linebaugh with a group of guys who started Drak Boy Records. He immediately became the CEO and got a record deal with Warner Brothers. Boone said -he's looking forward to a long career in the industry. "G-Style inspired me to pursue a career in entertainment. "About 7 years ago, he started' recruiting local artists to get something started. He performed with' Blood Raw and other artists, and developed his own style. He was the first to do a mixed tape for Bigga Rankin in the area." Boone said as G-Style'a first cousin, he11 always be here for him. "When his mother passed in 2006, I promised her I'd look after him. I plan to )l. J 1"fl '\ij( (' T $l jy t 1!1 _Ill lt'k ,_,.,._,., e J tilt'* Muu 1 keep that promise sage to everyone is to keep it real no matter what, and he will be back. He wants to make sure no one forhim and to reach out and give him the same support he's given others." :a "I have a couple of movie deals coming and I'll use the proceeds to keep Drak Boy Records going. Just hold on G-Style's mes-Report.er Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-N 8 mailed at lcrews@flsen: z c "TI :a 6

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en 0 0 N M N > a: <( :::> z <( ..., >-"' <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c C/) w :::> .... i: w > w c w l: C/) ::::i ID :::> ll. z ...J ...J :::> ID .!I w z z w C/) C a: 0 ...J LL Super Bowl XLIII Super Bowl Gospel Celebration Brings Stars Of Gospel And The NFl To Tampa award-winning gospel superstars including Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary and Hezekiah Walker will headline the lOth Anniversary Super Bowl Gospel Celebration on Friday, January 30, 2009 at the University of South Florida's SunDome. For the past decade, the Super Bpwl Gospel Celebration has become a unique concert, showcasing the best in gospel on one stage with NFL stars for one night only. Sanctioned by the National Football League (NFL), the concert has emerged as the premiere, family event where the fans can experience their favorite NFL players out-of-the-helmets for an inspirational evening marked .by the rich heritage of gospel music during Super Bowl weekend. The Sun Dome is located at 4202 East Fowler Avenue in Tampa, Florida. .. /:'. we are planning for an encore performance in Tampa that will be equally as memorable," said Few. Produced in commemora tion of the show's decade of success, the lOth anniversary presentation of the Bowl Gospel CelF-ation will be marked by the blending of faith and fdotball. Donnie McClurkin and the NFL Super Bowl Choir perform at the 9th Annual NFL Sanctioned 2008 Super Bowl Gospel Celebration. Sponsors of the lOth Anniversary Super Bowl Gospel Celebration include NFL PLAYERS and the Tampa Tribune. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the NFL YET Centers. "Through our longstanding partnership with the NFL, the Super Bowl Gospel Celebration has become a highly anticipated entertainment event and has drawn crowds in the thousands with sellouts of venues located in Super Bowl host cities around the nation," said the show's producer, Melanie Few, founder and president of Atlanta-based Results, Inc. She is the only African American woman to hold NFL sanctioning for a gospel concert. NFL stars and longtime event supporters such as Michael Gaines (Bills) Ovie Mughelli (Falcons), Richard Seymour (Patriots), Troy Vincent (Redskins/Retired), and Pro Bowlers Tommie Harris (Bears) and Ray Lewis (Ravens) were among the more than 40 players that participated in last year's debut performance of the NFL Players All-Star Choir. "The unveiling of the players' choir as part of the ninth Super Bowl Gospel Celebration staged in Phoenix generated overwhelming excitement and For more information on the lOth Anniversary Super Bowl Gospel Celebration, visit www .superbow lgospelcelebration.com. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster outlets nationwide and online at www.ticketmaster.com. For Group Ticket Sales, and information contact Steve Marshall at 727-244-8119. TAMPA BAY TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL ... Magnet Programs Academy of Architecture & Environ menta I Design A cademy of Health Professions '"' For more please call the Choice Information Line @ '813-272-4692. You can also visit our website at choice.m:ysdhc.o.a:& Hillsboroyah PUBLIC SCHOOLS ...... ....... .,

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Super Bowl XLIII "T1 :lJ c Top NFL Plavers And Celebrities Participate In Gridiron Celebritv Hoops XI )> z Annual Celebrity Basketball Game featuring. NFL Great Terrell Owens, and other NFL Notables Raises Awareness and Funds for Abused, Abandoned and Neglected Children Worldwide Super Bowl XLIII(tm) won't be the only highly anticipated game of the football season. Guess Who's Back? One of the most popular events for the past held Super Bowl weekend that first entertained Tampa residents and "Big Game" fans in 2001; Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI -the first and only charity basketball game to become officially sanctioned by the National Football League returns to Tampa on Saturday, January 31, 2009, bigger and better than ever. Now independently produced exclusively by Jam Sports & Entertainment, LLC, this star-studded event offers a chance for NFL athletes to turn their attention off the football field and onto the basketball courts. NFL legends, Hollywood 'Alisters,' streetballers, NFL mascots, cheerleaders, high school dance teams and marching bands will join pro fessional athletes at Thomas Jefferson High School's Basketball Arena to not only showcase their athletic flair and entertainment tal ents, but to also help special children across the country who desperately need their support. Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI brings celebrities and the community together in an effort to help eradicate child abuse and neglect by promoting parent counseling, Olvmpic Gold Medalist Will Attend The Cheerleadinu Spirit Clinic 2008 Olympic Individual Balance Beam Gold Medalist and Individual All-Around Women's Gymnastics Silver Medalist Shawn Johnson will attend the 13th Annual Super Bowl Cheerleading Spirit Clinic at NFL Experience Presented by Bank of America on January 24 from 12-1 p. m. Johnson will be recognized as a Cheerleader, of Life for setting a positive example for young women. Johnson, 16, was a member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Gymnastics Team and is currently a member of the 2008 Tour of Gymnastics Superstars. At the 2008 Olympic Games, she earned an individual gold medal and three silver medals, includi.ng a team silver. Johnson's appearance is part of a day full of cheerleading and competitions at the clinic fields at NFL Experience, adjacent to Raymond James Stadium. Gospel Celebration Launches Super Bowl Ticket Challenge Results, Inc., producers or the NFL sanctioned lOth Anniversary Super Bowl Gospel Celebration & the Tampa Bay NFL Youth Education Towns (YETs) have launched a special promotion targeting Greater Tampa & Central Florida area churches. Commencing Sunday, January 18, 2009 at 12,:0Q p.m. EST, the "Faith and Football Super Bowl Ticket Challenge" will be a promo tion designed w give a local church the opportunity to win tickets to Super Bowl XLIII. A total of two (2) tickets will be presented to the winning congregation in the name of the church's Pastor. In addi tion to the Super Bowl tickets, members of the winning church will win twenty (20) all-access passes for their 'selected members or church leaqership to meet the gospel stars and NFL players particiin the lOth Anniversary Super Bowl Gospel Celebration, which will take place on Friday, January 30, at the University of South Florida Sun Dome located at 4202 East Fowler Avenue in Tampa. Churches participating in the "Fmth a11d Football Super Bowl T1c:llet Clwllengeft will lead a ticket sales effort with in their respective congregations in Rupport of the lOth Anniversary Super Bowl Gospel Celebration. The minimum number of GospPI Celebration ticket sales required to qualify for the free Super Bowl tickets is 250. The participating church that purchases the largest total amount of Gospel Celebration tickets during the 10-day pro motion period, which exceed the required sales minimum, will send their Pastor to Super Bowl XLlll. All ticket sales attributed to each participating church will be tallied at the conclusion of the promotions period, which is Wednesday, January 28 at 5 p. m EST. The winning church will be announced via the official website of the lOth Anniversary Go11pel Celebration, www.superbowl iOSpelcelebration.com. quality foster care and adop tion programs. Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI will take place at 6:30 p.m. Doors to the Thomas Jefferson High School Basketball arena, located at 4401 W Cypress Street, .... 'f' Tampa, will open at 5:30 p. m. The Pre-Game with Tampa natives, London Gainous, Lorenzo Marchman, and Kevin Beckwith, who make up the hip-hop group, Soldja Boyz, will also headline the Pre-Game entertainment. These three young, aspiring ; recording artists are students :IJ at Jefferson High School. This -< trio of talent has a unique sound and incomparable N charisma They will be debut-o ing a new song exclusively for :Z Gridiron XI. "T1 I 0 :lJ -en m z :::! z m r I 15"&16"$795 17" -19-$895 20',-$1095 22"-$1695 24"-2695 aJ c: r r m :::! z 22"$3995 24" $5995 26"-$7900 'V c: aJ r c;; % m c m < m :lJ -< -t c: m en c 20"-$1395 22"-$1995 24"-$2795 WoOo ,._ 26" $3995 28" $5995 30" $9995 )> z c "T1 :lJ c 22"$4495 24" $5900 .... ......... )

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National ('I) N fi: President Obama Re-Takes Oath Of OHice z < -:I WASHINGTON-After the flub heard around the world, President Barack ii: Justice John Roberts LL a: LL c z < c en w ::l t-fi: w > w c w ::J: en ::::; m ::l Q. z tu ..J ..J ::l m ..:.. w z t= z w en i a: o ..J LL delivered the oath to President Obama on Wednesday night at the White House -a rare doover. The s -urprise moment came in response to Tuesday's much-noticed stumble, when Chief Justice Roberts got the words of the oath a little off, which prompted President Obama to do so, too. The White House says: President Obama has still been president since noon on Inauguration Day. Nevertheless, President Obama and Justice Roberts went through the drill again out of what White House counsel Greg Craig called "an abundance of caution." A Quieter Setting This time, the scene was the White House Map Room in front of a small group of reporters, not the This official White House photograph shows _us President Barack Obama (R) retaking the oath of office from Chief Justice John Roberts (L) January 21, 2009 in the Map Room of the White House in Washington, DC. In the highly unusual move, President Obama retook the oath of office after Chief Justice Roberts led him into a stumble when he was originally sworn in to become the 44th US president one day earlier. (Photo credit Pete SOUZA/AFP/Getty Images). Capitol platform before the whole watching world. Chief Roberts put on his black robe. "Are you ready to take the oath?" Justice Roberts said. "Yes, I am," President Obama said. "And we're going to do It very slowly." Justice Roberts then .. led President Obama through the oath without any missteps. The president said he did not have his Bible with him, but that the oath was binding anyway. The Constitution is clear about the exact wording of the oath and as a result, some constitutional experts have said that a do-over probably wasn't necessary but also couldn't hurt. Two other previous presidents have repeated the oath because of similar issues, Calvin Coolidge and Chester A. Arthur. President Obama Gets To Keep His BlackBerrv President Obama gets to keep his BlackBerry. President Barack Obama gets to keep his beloved BlackBerry with him in the White House for personal use, a victory for the man considered the country's first high-tech president. White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said that a small group of senior advisers -as well as personal friends would be permitted to have the e-mail address that reaches President The president has been adamant about continuing to use a BlackBerry, which has Internet and e-mail access, despite concerns that likely have made the National Security Agency as nervous as the Secret Service on Inauguration Day when President Obama NllC left his presidential limo. twice to walk and wave to crowds along Pennsylvania Avenue. Gibbs said President Obama's use of the BlackBerry will be limited and security will be enhanced, most likely with heavy encryption to deter information from winding up in the hands of _hackers or others who would want to see harm come to him or to the United States. President Obama the connection to the world as vital, seeing it as a tool to help him "stay in touch with the flow of ... day life," he said on NBC's "Today" show recently Former presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton did not use e-mail while in office. lnatant Loans $1200 .. S1MO Self.llmployment R..A.&... RIIMIHI Antlo ........ L ... R.A.C. IWuftCI Ant:lelpallon Chull CHBCII QA81liNCI AVAit.ABLII

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Funerals MRS. RUBY GWENDALE YOUNG LAWRENCE Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Gwendale Young Lawrence, who passed away on Sunday, January 18, 2.009, will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 1 p. m from Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 N. 40th Street, with the Rev. Jacob Jordan, pastor, and Rev. Ricardo Robinson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lawrence was a native of Quincy, FL, and had resided in Tampa for over 30 years, graduating from Hillsborough High School and Erwin Vocational School (EKG). She worked at Tampa General Hospital in the Cardiology Department for 26 years as an EKG Specialist and with the James A. Haley VA Hospital for one year, before her demise. Mrs. Lawrence left an indelible mark in the lives of those she touched. She leaves to mourn her pllSS ing: her loving and devoted husband of 2.7 years, Alvin Lawrence; children, Felicia Coates and husband, Walter, Alvin Lawrence, Jr. and Angela Lawrence; 2 grandchildren, Adrian James and Alexis Coates; 2 sisters, Earlene Hollis and Locester Presha; 3 brothers, Albert Yo1g and wife, Mary, Wilfred Young and Johnny Young and Sharie; a special aunt, Locester Richardson; special nieces, Sharon Mitchell and Valerie Daniel; a special nephew, Phillip. Young; a special friend, Louise Peterson; and a host of other nieces, nephews, couains, other relatives and friends. The viewing for Mrs. Lawrence will be held on Friday, January 23, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. Friends are asked to meet at Northside M. B Church on Saturday, JaniPary 24, 2.009, at 12:30 p. m. "THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY.'' Arrangements by Ronald J. Derr, Sr., LFD. "EVERE'IT-D.JiRR 8c ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" MR. SHELDON VONDALE 'NUNA' UNDERWOOD Homegoing services for Mr. Sheldon Vondale "Nuna' Underwood, who demised on Thursday, January 15, 2009, will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 1 p. m. from New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, with Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Sheldon Vondale "Nuna" Underwood was born on September 23, 1989, in Chicago, Illinois. He attended the public schools of Coak County and Hillsborough County. Sheldon "Nuna" was preceded in death by: his brother, Angelo; grandfather, James Young, Sr.; great grandmother, Katherine Gee; and aunt, Alisha Gee. Nuna, as he was affectionately called, leaves behind to cherish his memories: son, Sheldon, Jr.; parents; Lawanda and Reginald Young, Sr., Sheldon and LaTasha Underwood; sisters, Destiny, Tamara, Jasmine, Diamond and Monee, Chicago, IL; brothers, Ronnell, Reginald, Jr. Rayvon and Marquez, Chicago, IL; grandparents, Clarence and Willie Collins, Corrine and Osmond Gaskill, Ronald and Trina Cantrell, Chicago, IL, Jeanette Underwood, Chicago, IL, and Freddie Mae Young and fiancee, Cecelia Milbry; uncles. Mario Gee, Ronald Cantrell, Jr., Chicago, IL, Darnell Underwood, Chicago, IL, James Unzy, Sr. (Janice), and Michael (Diane) and Fred Young; aunts, Marcell, Alexis and Lynette Underwood, all of Chicago, IL, Denise, Cheryl and Kay Young; grand aunts, Mae Strong (Donald) and Sug (Pete), aU of Chicago, IL, Kell y Cole and Elease Moore; grand uncles, Levi, Aaron and Mack, all of Chicago, IL; devoted cousins, (like brothers) Natural and Mario; cousins, among whom are, Jasmane, Marquis Butler of Chicago, IL, Sonia, Karish, Kim, Linzy, Lyntwon, Christie, Marshannan, Erica, Kynnidi, LaTonya, Lesile, Ronke, Shola, Ibn, Tarvaras, Anton, Steven, Jalisa, Malik, Tony, Crystal, Dijon, Kennae and Keyon; and a host of other sorrowing rela tives and friends, among whom is Sharon Baldwin. The viewing for Sheldon "Nuna" will be held on Friday, January 23, 2009, from 5 8 .p. m. at Everett Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 North 22nd Street. The funeral cortege will leave from 3305 E. Giddens Avenue on Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 12:30 p. m. Arrangements by Ronald J. Derr, Sr., LFD. "EV-ERETT DERR & ANDER SON FUNERAL HOME" .. MR. JAMES HARDIE HARRIS 'J.R.' Homegoing services for Mr. James Hardie Harris "J.R.", who passed away on January 15, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with a local pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. James, known as "J.R.", was born July 29, 1956, to the late Bertha M Harris and James Hardie, Jr. in Ft. Pierce, FL, where he accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his savior. He developed a love for sports and graduated from high school in St. Lucie County. He served in the U.S. Army until he was medically and honorably discharged. Briefly he was a resident in Syracuse, NY He was a resident of Ft. Pierce until he moved to Tampa. His occupations included: plumbing, roofing, construction, security officer and "Repo Man." He was best known for his participation in wrestling, baseball, and softball. J. R. fathered James, Jr. .. Kojack" with Stephanie at an early age. He married Mary at an early age and fathered three children, James, Jr. "Fats", Michelle, and Kamesha. He fathered Damian "BooBoo" with Audrey. J R. had no children with Pam; or his last wife, Marcia. He leaves to mourn his memory: four grandchildren; sisters, Bertha Rose Harris, Lessie (Henry) McMillan of Syracuse, NY, and Martha Turner of Ft. Pierce; brothers, Lucius D. (Frances) Harris, and Herbert Harris of Ft. Pierce; aunt, Shirley Farrell of Ft. Pierce; uncle, Edward (Mary) Harris of Tampa; numerous loved ones including nieces and nephews. Special love and blessings to: his cousin, Veronica JacksonSpanri and her husband, Barry; niece, Tony and husband, Benny Henderson for all they did to help in this time of need. Visitation for Mr. James Hardie Harris .. J.R." will be held on Friday evenlna, from 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. Friends are asked to meet at the Funeral Home at 1:45 p. m. on Saturday. John Harmon, LF. D and James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BUR.IAL ANTHONY GERALD HOLMES Funeral services for-Sir Anthony G. Holmes who passed away on January 17, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Hannon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, with Pastor Clintine E. Murvin, City of Judah Worship Center Church, officiating. Internment will be private Anthony Gerald Holmes was born June 19, 1954, to Mr. Theodore Holmes and Sarah Harris Scott. He was educated in Hillsborough County Schools. He was a graduate of Nottingham High School, Syracuse, NY, a graduate of Hillsborough Community College and attended Florida A&M University. He was preceded in death by: his father Theodore; his mother Sarah; his brother James Harris; nephew Raynard Brown; and godmother Frankie Mae Scott-He is survived by: his ever faithful wife, Carolyn Holmes; and loving daughters, Candice Marie Holmes and Maya Antonia Holmes; his brothers, Richard Harris, Rodnie and Renee Brown, Augustus and Quintella Brown, Michael and Deborah Stafford; his sisters, Iverstine and Grady Williams, Sarah Harris Brooks, Aurora Holmes Hill and Alveda Stafford; all of Tampa, Erma and Lawrence Crump of Waycross, GA, Cheron Scott of Largo, FL, Comina Gaines Holmes-Newsome of Vincent AL, and William and Lawrence Holmes of Fernandina Beach, FL. He leaves to care Cor: grandchildren, Chimere, Jadde, Jr., Cedrick, Jr., Jaquez, Jacquan, Tiana, Charlton, Jr., and Ja'Quasia. He leaves to cherish very special nieces and nephews, Sheila, Tanya and Richard Harris, Archulayan Snow, Michael Tad Williams, Eric and Agretta Brooks, Alessi Manuel, Greg, Chris and Sangria Spain, Corey Burgess, Syrterek Jones, Felicia Godwin, Sirbaron Singletary, Nekoma Holmes, Augustus, Jr., Alexanique and Quincy Brown, Dominique Johnson, Shakisha Brown, Shawnte Mullins, Madison Capree Nickolton, Porsche 1md LaPorsche Holmes, Jos,ph Michael, Michael and Myeshla 'Stafford, Latrevia Scott, Tempress, Rosalyn and Malik Ross, and Sherece Smith; a ., c host of very special great -nieces and nephews; godsisters, Carolyn and Cassandra; godbrothers, Ronnie and Gary; loving friends, Linda Starkes, Deborah Saucier, Darlean Prince and Donald c.. )> z c: )> ::u < Langley. N Visitation will be held this !N Friday evening 6-8 p. m at Harmon Funeral Home. Friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday morning at 10:45 a. m John Harmon LFD and James Harmon LFD A HARMON BURIAL TERRANCE A. MARTIN, SR., a.k.a., ONE LEG Homegoing ser-.ices for Terrance A. Martin, Sr., a.k.a., One Leg, who passed away on January 18, 2009, will be held this Saturday, January 24, 2.009, at 11 a. m. at Hope of Shiloh Community Church, 3910 E. Conover Street, Tampa, 33610, Elder Robert E. Benn, pastor, Elder B. F. Strange, officiating. Interment will be private. He was preceded in death by: his two mothers (one adopted), Brenda Martin and Carolyn Clemons; grandmothN 0 0 CD ., ,... 0 ::u 6 )> en m z :::! z m ,... I ,... ,... m -t z er, Laura Chambers; and aunt, Mary Bailey. C: He leaves to cherish his OJ memory: son, Terrance A. :;; Martin, Jr., 2 fathers, Quentin % Martin and Albert McClendon m (Unda); 3 sisters, Harriet Lee, C Wanda Burnette and Yvonne m Jones; brother, Darrell Jones < (Yolanda) of GaJfon, VA; 4 m nieces, 7 nephews, 3 great ::U nieces and 6 great nephews; < among his special friends, -t Robert Hewitt (Happy); and a ffi host of other family members en and friends. C Friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:45 a. m., "' Saturday. l> John Harmon, LFD and Z James Hannon, LFD. C A HARMON BURIAL Remember Your Loved Ones With A Memorial Of Distinction From I 2301 N. 40111 Street* (813) 238-6531 i annettesmonument@earthlink net ................ ... ............. ... "'''' ........................ ' ......... .............. ...... ,,,,, '''''""'''''"""''''''''""''"""''''"'''''' Percy Collin s We Provide A Large Selection For Memorial Needs ... Bronz e P laques. Headstones. Cornerston es. Signs & Cemetery L ettering Family Owned: Percy Collins, Anne tt e Collins & Michae l Coll eton We Service Entire C) m ...&. CD I )>

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0'1 0 0 N cw) N > a: <( ::J z <( -, <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ::J .... > a: w > w c w :I: en ::; m ::J D.. z tu ..J ..J ::J m ..:.. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL ELDER CHARLIE PITTMAN 'BO' Elder Charlie Pittman passed away on Wednesday, January 14, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Springhill M. B. Church, 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Tampa, with Rev. Eugene Garnett, officiating. Interment will follow on Monday, January 26, 2009, in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell. Elder Pittman was born in Halifax, North Carolina, on November 20, 1952, to the late Charlie, Sr. and Mary Darcy Pittman. His sisters, Earnestine Pittman Greene, Catherine Pittman Moye and Daisy Pittman Brandy, preceded him in death. Elder Pitman completed his education at Philips High School, Battleboro, North Carolina. He was honorably discharged from the Army and moved to Tampa, where be met his wife, Willie. Mae Ridley. The couple decided to make their home in Ocala. Elder Pittman joined Mt. Calvary Baptist Chnrch in Ocala, under the late, Rev. Robert HamDton and was baptized and cduverted at an early age. He accepted his calling and received his certificate of license on October 18, 1998. On August 31, 2008, be was ordained under the Ministries of Proplieteu Linda G. HolUJIUID, IDe. He attended Ocala Theology Seminary in Ocala, prior to retumiDg to Tampa. He joined Inspirational Praise and Worship Center before joining Springhill Missionary Baptist Church under the pastorsbip of Rev. Eugene Garnett. He worked as an upholsterer for more than 20 years and as au Independent Agent for AmeriLife Insurance Company Those who knew him can attest to the fact that he was a true man of God and a loving hus-band. -Elder Pittman leaves to cherish fond memories: his devoted wife, Willie Mae Pittman; three daughters. Charlene Pittman and Lakeisha Williams, both of Rocky Mountain, NC, and Trycina Jackson of St. Petersburg; four sons, Charlie Wilson of Enfield, NC, Terry Bunn of Rocky Mountain, NC, and Shannon Jackson and wife, Kimberly, and Jerial Jackson, all of Brandon; thirteen grandchildren and one great grandchUd; two brothers, Michael Pittman (Tonnette), Rocky Mountain, NC, and Elder Aaron Pittman (Dian), Louisburg, NC; two sisters, Lilly Bridgett (Jamu), Battleboro, NC, Sandra Smith (Joe), Willington, NC, and a boat of other family members and friendtl. Viewing wU1 be held Friday, January 23, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at Inspirational PraiH And W Worship, 7614 N. 56th Street, C, Temple Terrace. if MORNING GLORY FUNEJlAL CHAPEL St. Petenbui'J. MRS. JEWEL MClAUGHLIN AIRES A bomegoing celebration service for Mrs. Jewel McLaughlin Aires of 1129 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, was held Wednesday, January 21, 2009, at 10 a. m. at St. Paul A. M. E. Church, 506 E. Harrison Street, Tampa, Reverend Bryant Payson, pastor, officiating, eulogist. Interment followed in South Sumter Evergreen Cemetery in Bushnell, Florida. Mrs. Aires fell asleep in the Lord on Wednesday, January 14, 2009, at 8:30 a. m. at Baptist South Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama. The family received friends on Tuesday, January 20, 2009, from 7-8 p. m. at St, Paul AME Church. Mrs. Aires, the third of eight children, was born December 5, 1920, in Bushnell, to the late Edward Arthur and Estelle Beatrice McLaughlin. She attended grammar school in Sumter County. She completed high school in Jacksonville, and continued her education at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Gibbs Junior College, St. Petersburg Junior College and the University of South Florida. Mrs. Aires devoted her life to the care and education of young children, with 27 years as Executive Director of Happy Workers Day Nursery and Kindergarten. She was a member of Florida Association of Children Under Six (FACUS), South Pinellas Association of Children Under Six (SPACUS) and Bay Area Women's Club. Mrs. Aires served as past president of the National Council of Negro Women and Church Women United. She was a member of Mt. Zion AME Church in St. Petersburg for over 30 years, where she was president of the Pastor's Aide Board, a member of Stewardess Board 1111 and Superintendent of Sunday School. She moved to Tampa and joined St. Paul A. M. E. Church in 1991 where she served on the Stewardess Boa'rd, the Women's Missionary Society and the Lay Organization. Mrs. Aires was a community activist in Hillsborough County and worked with the Neighborhood Accountability Boards JDP 13th Judicial Circuit and the West Riverfront Neighborhood Association Crime Watch. She was instrumental in getting speed limitations in her neighborhood by pat,aienlng to Impose a 30 MPH limit in front of her home on Cypress Street. Mrs. Aires believed in the political process. She voted and worked at the polls every local and national eleetion. Mrs. Aires Wll4 preceded in death by her daughter, Pamela Alrea-Wllliams. She leaves to cherish her memory: 3 sons, Bobby J. Clemons, Sr. (Debra), Havana, Reginald K. Robinson, Sr., Tam.pa, and William Barry Robinson (Gloria), Fort Deposit, AL; daughter, Rhonda Robinson Ryan (Clarence), St. Petersburg; stepdaughter, Phylestine Aires, Las Vegas, NV; brother, Booker T. McLaughlin, Bushnell; 3 sisters, Bernice Williams, Webster, Ruth Brown, Bushnell and Rubye Stewart (Isaiah) Lacoochee; sister-inlaw, Lizzie McLaughlin, Bushnell; 10 grandchildren, Cassandra Harmon, Atlanta, GA, Bobby J. Clemons, Jr., Webster, Ingrid Ryan Young (Michael), Tampa, Ashanti N. Robinson, Miami, Candice T. Williams, St. Petersburg, Joy E. Sierra (Isaac), Miami, Bokyshtyn J. Clemons, Tampa, Reginald K. Robinson, Jr., St. Petersburg, Brooke A. Robinson, Birmingham, AL, and Barry Glazer Robinson, Ft. Deposit, AL; 15 great grandchildren and great, great grandchild; 6 nieces and 6 nephews; a cherished friend, "like a daughter," Vanessa Flowers; devoted neighbors, Larry and Shirley Austin, Gaynelle Dixon and LaVerne Latson; special Christian friends, Joan Dawson and Rev. Esther Eva; and a host of cousins, and many other sorrowing relatives and friends. Arrangements were entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. WILLIE MAE 'TOOT' MACK Mrs. Willie Mae "Toot" Mack of Tampa. passed away January 12, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 24, :1009 at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Ernest Boone, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Mack was a native of Reevesville, South Carolina, and a native of Tampa for 55 years. She attended Great Commission Baptist Church and was employed at Seafood and Laundromat Company. She was preceded In death by: her parents, Robert, and Missouri Wolfe; daughter, Evelyn Mack; son, Leroy Mack; and husband, Mr. Sonny Boy Mack. She leaves to cherish her memory: children, Robert Mack (Jackie), Washinaton, DC, Lillie Mae Irons, (Justin), Tampa, JoAnn Mack, Tampa, Nathaniel Mack, Tampa, Timothy Mack (LaVern), Tamp'a, Deborah Williams (Russell), Tampa, Joseph Williams, Tampa, and Klsha Mack, Tampa; siblings, Nelson Freeman, New York City, NY, Elizabeth Lewis, Bowman, SC, Evelyn Ravenell, New York City, NY, and Martin Wolfe, St. George, SC; arandchildren, Greaory Mack, Kevin Gobern, Jasmin Chapman, Chanice Mack, Gabrielle Mack, TJ Mack, Dominique Williams, Russell Williams, Jr., Christopher Williams, 'l'aunya Anderson, Sheritha Sinaleton, Liaa Mack, Leonard Mack, .Irma Warren, Diane Smith, Alfonso Carson, Patricia Poole, Kalina Mack, Jonathan Mack, Yanicke Harper, Iman Harper and Tynisha Williams; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and great grands The remains will repose from 5-9 today, Friday, January 23, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. KENNEDY STALUNGS Mr. Kennedy Stallings of 3216 E. Hanna Avenue, passed away Saturday, January 17, 2009. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 2 p. m. at New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3325 E. Emma Street, Reverend Madison Murray, pastor, officiating. Interment wiD follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Stallings was a lifelong resident of Tampa and attended the schools of Hillsborough County. He was formerly employed with Cambar for many years. At the time of his death he had been employed with Cemex for 18 years. Kennedy was preceded in death by: Leola Sherman (mother); Willie and Marie McDaniels (grandparents); Willie Mae and Louis Davis (aunt and uncle); Tyrone McDaniels and Willie B. McDaniels, Jr. (uncles); and Evangeline Taylor, Callie McDaniels and Emma McDaniels (aunts). Memories of Kennedy wiD be cherished by: his loving and devoted wife, Sonja Stillings; father, Aaron Stillings, Sr.; children, Arlisa Williams (Reggie), Marquita Rivera (Ray), Kendra StUiings, Tierra Stillings and Kennika Stillings; grandchildren, Cornya Taylor, Jayden Johnson, Rayon Turner, Donnie Miller, Jr., Jalissa Johnson and Keyon Stillings; brothers,. James R. Sherman, Matthew (&les (Joy), Aaron Stillings, Jr., Eric Stillings and Joseph Williams (Tanaela); sisters, Debra Dabney and Valencia-Kay Hamerter (James); aunts, Maagrie Davis, Mia!IU, and Ethel Browdey, Wauchula; uncles, David CouncU, Norman McDaniels (Shirley) Melvin McDaniels, Alvin McDaniels, Elton McDaniels (Betty), and Glen Wayne McDaniels; nieces and nephewa, Latesha Thomas and family, Tessia (&les-Wilson (Johnnie), Kayla Hamerter, Raifield Hamerter, Shanecia Williams, Jolecia Williams, Matthew Williams and Tannlcla Williams; sisters-in law, Brenda Hancock, Lisa Atelonie (Roan) and Sheila Brown; special friends and family, Bernard Boyd, Robert Jacobs, Michael West (Terri), Roberta Jacoba, Dorothy Robinson, and the Williams family, the McDaniels family, the Smith family, the Mosely family and the Councils Family; and a host or other sorrowing relative and friends. 'lbe remains wUI repoae from .. .. 5-9 p. m today, l riday, January 23, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the Chapel. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3216 E. Hanna Avenue at 1:15 p.m., Saturday afternoon. Arrangtements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes and Northern, Owners ; MASTER JAIDEN D. TA'lLOR Master Jaiden D. Taylor of 1206 Alhambra Crest Drive, passed away Tuesday, January 20, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Jaiden was born January 13, 2009, in Brandon. Jaiden leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Tabitha Harris; father, Cbanz Taylor; maternal grandparents, Bryan and Terry Harris; paternal grandmother, Robin Bouie; great grandparents, Dorothy Dow, Leroy Nelson, Bobby Harris and Esther Williams; aunts, Dorothy Dow, Ashley Dow, Breanna Harris, Varont'e Harris, Shant'e Harris, Vinicia Brown, Ida Lawrence and Marie Lawrence; uucles, Byron Harris, Eric Nelson, Dominique Moore, Daiotte Creal, Sylvester Lawrence, Bobby Harris, Brenard Harris and Ronald Bell; great aunts and uncles, Tonette Mitchell, Guecoba Dow, Hattie Jones, Patricia Adams, Joseph Mitchell, Reginald Mitchell, Toby Dow, Michael Dow, Lonya Mooreland, Felica Mooreland, Sharlon Mooreland, Rosalyn Brown, George Brown, and Judy Pratt; cousin, Guecoba Dow; and a host of family and ,friends. The remains will repose 5-9 p. m. today, Friday, January 23, :1009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. 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Funerals/Memoriams MR. FRANK WILLIAMS Mr. Frank Williams or\ampa passed away, Wedrf\sday January 14, 2009. Visitation will be held today, Friday, January 23, 2009, from 5-6 p. m. at Ray Williams f'uneral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Mr. Williams was born November 22, 1929, in Charleston, South Carolina, to Sargent and Susie Williams. He received his education in the Beauford County School System. Mr. Williams moved to St. Petersburg, and later relocated to Tampa where he resided for many years until his demise. He was employed by Work Force Labor as a driver for individuals needing transportation. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Clara Williams; his parents; two brothers, James Williams and Johnny Williams; five sisters, Irene Williams, Mary Holmes, Mamie Williams, Berneatha Williams and Catherine Williams Arnold. He leaves to cherish his memories: three daughters, Francis (James) Tootles of Brunswick, GA, and Marline and Darline Williams of Mt. Dora, FL; three sons, Frank Williams of LaBeUe, Fl., Vance Williams of New York, NY, and James Williams; five Jane (Wilfie Ham) Cohen of South Carolina, Betty Mitchell of Pinehead, South Carolina, Lucille (Rudolph) Bennett of Peak Skill, NY, Theresa Jackson of Apopka, FL, and Jackie (Joe) Willia m s of Jacbonville; four brothe rs, Sarxent (Annie) Williams, Jr. of Cocoa, FL, Isaac Williama of Titusville, FL, Leroy Williams of Palm Bay, FL, and James (Hazel) of Whitlock, NJ;. sbter-ln-law, Annie Willia ms; several aunts and uncles; a .host of nieces, nephews, cousins, grand and great grandchildren and friends; caregiver and special companion, Lizzie Stevenson, her children and grandchildren of Tampa; good friends, Inez Sample of Tampa, and Reverend Fredrick Brenson of, Plant City; special mention to Hospice Staff of Sun City and Tampa; and to his niece, Rose Taylor of Apopka, FL. The remains will repoae 5-9 p. m. today, Friday, January 23, 2009, at Ray Williams Puneral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. --I St SGT. RUDOLPH VALENTINO TOLBERT Homegoing services for Sgt. Rudolph Valentino Tolbert of 1704 E. Louisiana Avenuet who passed away on Friday, January 16, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 24, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Grace Mary Baptist Church, 3901 North 37th Street, Tampa, Elder Reed, pastor, Elder Jasper Brisbon, officiating. Interment will be Monday, January 26, 2009, in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell. Sgt. Tolbert was the oldest of six children. He was born on December 7, 1944, in Tampa. He attended the public sc;llools of Hillsborough County. Sgt. Tolbert was a United States Army Veteran who served his country from 1968 to 1990. He was employed as a mechanic at Vales Trucking Service for over 25years. His father, Mr. Roscoe Tolbert; mother, Dr. Annie Mae Townsend Tolbert; his oldest son, Rudolph Valentino, Jr.; and brother, David Allen Tolbert, preceded him in death. He leaves to cherish his memory: a very devoted wife, Geraldine Mitchell Tolbert; two sons, Harold Wayne Tolbert and Reginald Elanzo Tolbert; loving and devoted daughters, Tatyana Leeann Tolbert and Michele M T o lbert; g randdaughters, Teriana Lerani Tolbert and Vannese Tolbert; grandson, Larry Martin; two sisters, Mrs. Rosemary (Otis) Williams of Wilson, NC, and Ms. Carolyn Tolbert of Sumanee, GA; broth er, Will E. Tolbert and wife; nieces, Tatanesia (Christopher) Tyson, Natalia (Calvin) Scott of Wilson, NC, Mrs. Anita (Zachary) Doster of Tampa, Charlene Tolbert of Sumanee, GA; nephews, Michael Hunter, Benjamin (Brenda) Tolbert of Tampa, and Eric Gas of Wilson, NC ; six great nephews and eight great nieces; mother-In-law, Mrs. Lucy Mae Mitchell of Tallahassee; sisters-in-law, Fay Etta Mitchell of Tallahassee, Noreen L Mitchell of Tampa, Mrs. Darlene Fant, Tampa, Mrs. Corelia Pearson of Indianapolis, IN, and MrsAlice (John) Singleton of Tampa; brothers-in-law, Steve Mitchell, Cleveland Mitchell of Seffner, Albert (Mattie) Mitchell of Columbus, GA, Mark (Cookie) Mitchell, Tampa, and Paul T Mitchell of Seffner; special friends, R. L. Peterson, Mr. John (Marie) Miller, Mr. George (Norella) Shivers, Sgt. Lester Daniel and wife, Mrs. Jean Fipps, Mrs. Betty Scott and Mrs. Mary F Thornton; godsons, Elder Jasper Brisbon and Tony of Plant City; special nieces, Tiffany Fant and Lil Lucy Mitchell and family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 501 6 N 22nd Street, Tampa, on Friday, January 23, 2009, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 78 p.m. The family is asked to meet at Stone' s Memorial Funeral Home at 1 :15 p ; m on Saturday, January 24, 2009. Service entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home. A FANNIE B. STONE TRADI TIONAL SERVICE" Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Andenon Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Stre e t T amp a. Florida 336 1 0 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation RAt MUI'III AJ"'U&ICM)N L F D Our Family Can Meet Your Fatnily's Needs i i ---------------------------WH.ATEVER TH.ETIME OF YEAR. b e tteu: li)r you. .-LJNEUAI. 1101\-U: 3000 N 29th St T&mllB, FL 33605 (8001605-3350. (813)248-6125 I : Washingto I __ --------------DR. ROBERT CORNELIUS BROWN Funeral services for Dr. Robert Cornelius Brown, who departed his life on Sunday, January 18, 2009, will be held at 1:30 p m., Saturday, January 24, 2009, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Plant City. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Tampa. Dr. Brown was born in Plant City, where he graduated from Marshall High School. He graduated from the School of Pharmacy at Florida A&M University. After working as a pharmacist in Chicago, IL, for a number of years, he enrolled in Meharry Medical College. He maintained an internal medicine practice in New Orleans, LA, for more than 25 years. He was preceded in death by: his beloved wife, Letricia Conley Brown; and his parents, Tommie and Myrtle Brown; father-in-law, Booker J Conley; and nephew, James P. Davis-He is survived by: his son, Kennan J. Conley; mother-inlaw, Evangeline Conley; sistersin-law, Cecelia Bennett (Reginald), Jacquelyn Daniel (Charles), and Genela Davis; nieces, Karyn and Urshala Davis; nephew, Charles Daniel, Jr., Anthony Davis, Jr. and Dylan Bennett. Dr. Brown also leaves tocherish his memory:. special friends, Ronald and Mittie Smith of Greensboro, NC, Carolyn Jefferon of Canton, Mississippi, Raymond and Delorea Matthews of Uthla, Fl., and Mary Thomu, Plant City; aod8ons, Ronald Smith, Jr., Richard Matthews and Bennie Jeffenon; special caregiven, Joyce Gilea, Beavrely Palmer of Lakeland, and Debra Squire of Houston, TX; and a very dear friend of New Orleans, LA In lieu of ftowers, donations may be made to the Building Fund of FeUowship Misaionary Baptist Church, 35a4 LaSalle St., New Orleans, LA, 70115 or UfePath Hospice in Tampa. A professional service of comfort by Washin1ton Funeral Chapel, Tony R. Washington, Jr., Owner, L.P.D. WASHINGTON FUNERAL HOME. R I S T S IN MEMORIAM THERESA RENEE KNIGHT January 22, 1963-January 17, 2006 Gone, but not forgotten. We love you. IN MEMORIAM ALICEJ. MCMILLAN January 22, 1987 Sadly missed, you will never be forgotten by your family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ESTELLA JONES January1t3 On your birthday we continue to think of you with loving memories. Your family and friends. JOHN iJARMO N LFD.813 626-8600JAMES IIARMONLFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 "'" r 0 ::D 6 > en m z -f z m r m C: r r !!l z ""D c: m r c;; ::z:: m c m < m ::D < c! m en c > z c "'" :D 6

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Crime News Citv Emplovee, Passenger Charged With Marijuana Possession On Wednesday night, Tampa Police charged an employee with the City of Tampa Water Department with possession of marijuana and possession of phernalia. Chevalier A. Charles, 34, and a passenger in the vehicle, Evelyn 23, were charged after an officer conduced a stop at Nebraska Avenue and Emily Street after he made an improper turn. The officer reported that whem he made contact with Charles, he smelled marijuana coming from the vehi cle. A search of the vehicle revealed marijuana in the center console. Police said Charles was wearing a City of Tampa Solid Waste uniform, but told them he worked for the water department. Both Charles and Williams were issued misdemeanor citations and released at the scene. BAIL BONDS Be Your lstAnd Last Choice Free Services Offeml To Client.; .. *Job Refferrals Referral'i For Treatment *Re-establishing Convicted FelcNl.'i Voting Righl'i (813) 664-0404 50051\fart.in Luther Jr. Blvd. (lhlock ca::t of 50th : I. ,j :::.z:::: 'I BONDS 7628 N. 56th Street, Ste. 13 Tampa, FL 33617 Office (813) 988 "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sir LET FREEDOM RING BAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs. 308 Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 Tele: (813) 933-0444 *Cell: (813) 493-8387 813-231-BOND I '(If .. Past Confidelltial Service Drug Dealer Sentenced To 21 Years 1 DURWOOD GWYN On Wednesday, a judge sentenced Durwood Milton Gwyn, 32, to 21 years and 10 months in prison after his conviction on a charge of possession and distribution of crack cocaine. Gwyn was arrested February 22, 2008 and accused of selling crack cocaine to a confidential informant. When police searched him they allegedly found 41 grams of crack. Officials said Gwyn is considered a career criminal because he was convicted on drug charges before. Teenagers Charged W"dh carjacking GULFPORT -Police in Gulfport have charged two 16-year-olds with armed carjacking and are looking for two others. Last Saturday, police said a man pulled his vehicle into his driveway in the 5100 block of Tangerine -Avenue when he was. attacked by four teenagers who drove up in a minivan. One of them reportedly had a gun and struck the victim in the head after taking his car keys. After the carjacking, police said an officer spotted a vehicle in the 1000 block of When he tried to pull the car over, the driver took oft'. Police began a pursuit, but the officer lost sight of the vehi cle. The next night, police spotted Tavarta Bradford and Amir Samuela driving the stolen car. They were chased, caught and later charged. Samuels was also charged with fleeing and eluding p61ice. The other two offenders have not yet been identified, but detectives are still investigating. .,. .. ;'!. '''\ ..... "TT :c c Man lased During Arrest For Domestic Violence c.. )> z c: )> ]] < N Cot) Early Wednesday morn ing, Tampa Police arrested a man on a charge of domestic violence. Police said Louis Watts, 36, committed domestic violence battery against the victim, Deborah Watts, 36. According to reports, when officers tried to arrest Watts, he pulled away. The officer struggled with Watts and the both of them fell over a table. A second officer tased Watts, striking him in the chest and stom ach. Watts was arrested without further resistance. WUISWA1TS N 0 0 co "TI 6 ::D en m Police Have No lide o 01 sundav Robberv z ..... z m r;-m c: r rm ..... ST. PETERSBURG -A convenience store robbe.ry that ended in gunfire Sunday night was not captured on video, St. Petersburg Police said. Police said they are examining some similarities and dissimilarities between that robber and a robbery last month that ended with clerks being shot. Police said an old VHS recording system was to blame for not capturing the attack that sent a store clerk to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the left foot. They said all storeowners should doublecheck their equipment to make sure it's working. z , c: Ill r-0 % m 0 m < m ..... c: m 0 c Police said the suspects in the robberies are described as Black men in their late teens or early 20s. The gunman was described as standing 6'1" tall with a slender build. The only description of the robber that was-armed with a knife is that he was about 5'11" tall. He walked )It behind the counter as the robbers forced the clerk to .,.. open the register. 3Z. c Fo,rmer State Corrections .OHicer Convicted 01 Civil Rights Crime A federal jury in Jacksonville, Florida found Paul TfUis, a 'former Florida Department Corrections officer, gu.itty : on JanWli'Y.l6th of a felony federal Civil Rights violation for an August 2005 assault on an inmate. The evidence at trial showed that on August .t4, 2005, TiiUs .assaulted the victim by pouring a bottle .of scalding water onto his chest. Tillis was on duty as a supervisory corrections ofticer at the Florida State Prison in Raiford. During his shift, one of the inmates in his custody allegedly teflned i'Djury by lytiig on the flpor of his cell. In response, the defendant filled a bottle from a nearby dispenser hat provided water at near-boiling temperatures, then poured it onto the victim's chest. Tillis also failed to arrange for medical treatment for the victim, who suffered second-degree burns on his chest as a result of the assault. Tillis faces a maximum punishment of ten years in :-u prison and a $250,000 tine. A sentencing date has not m yet been scheduled by the court. )It

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Davie Greene's surprise 60th Birthdav, -,.----. _________ ,/ Dayl e Greene's family told him they were going to a function. Always cine to share in a family outing the entire family dressed in green and traveled to the Lion's Eye Institute. Once they were on the 2nd floor, Dayle, the life-long journalist, realized his fam ily had scooped him. "I was totally surprised," Dayl e said. Dayle's brothers and sisters, his mother in Jaw, his cousin and numerous friends joined his wife, Patsy, daught ers, Tammy and hubby, Folu and T iffany and niece, Princess to cel e brate his 6oth birthday on Saturday, January 1oth. Dayl e mad e a point to tell his guests that his birthday is actually January 1 5 th the same day as Dr. Martin Luther King. A video presentation on Dayle's life was shared with his guests, follow e d by a comical thank you by the guest of honor. Dayle and wife, Patsy took to the floor to dance to one of Dayle's favorite songs, "My Girl". All guests were treated to a CD of Dayle's favorite music as a parting gift. As a tribute to Dayl e in lieu of gifts his friends contribu t ed to the Dayle Greene Scholarship Fund to benefit journalism stu dents at FAMU. Family members, Elsie Hubbert, Cecelia Hubbert and Princess Ousley. Donna R ussell, Kai Watkins and Anika Coney. Family friends, Stephanie Sykes and Dot Banks. Dayle Greene's sister, Faye Greene Daniels and cousin, Cassandra Greene-Reynolds. Moira Powell and Jeneil Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Kettly) Dowridge. Dayle's brother and sister-in-law, Arnett and Marilyn Greene. Family friends, Brett and Carol Brinkley and Ouida Hilton and standing, Ike and Nina Thomas. Best friends of the family, Frances Sykes and Patricia Miles with Pat's son, Miles, Jr. Family friends, Marsha Lewis-Brown, .Joan Dawson, Sandra Davis, Bessie Brown and Evelyn Bethune.

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. The Garcia Familv Hosts An Obama Intern Brpwn, metaphorically, is the "audacity of hope" President Barack Obama speaks of in his high ly acclaimed memoir, The Audacity of. Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream. As a 20-year-old honor stu. dent, popular and vivacious, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she had the audacity to believe that there was a role young people could (and should) play in the history that was unveiling a few hundred miles away in Chicago, Dlinois. Placing her studies on hold she was selected an Obama Intern to serve at the National Headquarters, and found her. self immersed in the invigorating strategies and opportu-nities to get the Junior. 0 Senator from Illinois elected if of the United 1&. Q z c 0 en w > a: w > w 0 w X: en ::i D ::: a. z ..... ..... ::: D I ..... w z I= z w en if 0 ..... u. States. Specifically, she served as a member of the Faith-based team, with a charge, national in scope, to involve faith-based organiza tions in the campaign. In October 2008, with the intensity of the campaign escalating, Obama Interns were deployed to "battleground" states. Ashley was sent to Florida. Not fazed by the prospect of going to a place where she had only vis ited Disney World as a child, Ashley sent out an appeal for housing by email. And with no formal introduction Sonja and Rigo Garcia welcomed her into their home where she became a part of the family for 3-1/2 weeks. Her enthusiasm was infectious as she discussed the President's platforms of change and recounted nwnerous teaching moments with him and the campaign staff; her attendance at the National Democratic Convention; the visit of the Lives of Bees" cast to the National Headquarters; and many other experiences to enrich a lifetime Ashley celebrated President Obama's victory at the Marriott Waterside along with her colleagues on November 4th. But, the political adventure had taken hold, and Ashley had more in mind. Prior to leaving Tampa, she applied for a coveted White House Internship. Needless to say, she was selected and begins her term this month Ashley Brown is a journalism major at the University of Wisconsin and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony {Brenda) Brown of Madison, Ashley Brown, right, is shown with President Barack Obama. Wisconsin. She bas two brothers, a sister, and a niece and nephew. Ashley has held numerous leadership positions at the University of Wisconsin and is a member of Epsilon Delta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She was wel comed warmly by the mem-3602 7th Avenue hers of Sigma Nu Chapter of Alpha Kappa A_lpha at the UniYersity of Tampa. Whem she resumes fulltime study at the university, Ashley Brown's audacity of hope will have ushered in 'change we can all believe in.' {Submitted by Sonja Garcia) 241-2301 or 24 I 79And Up I Keys Made Latex Flat White Paint ............. $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set ......................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes. .............. : ................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!!

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Birthday Greetings Happy 19th Lights, --TONYWALlACE 1-21-90 Look .at the fine young man you've become. Special birthday wishes from your mom, pops, sisters, nieces and girlfriend, Tamia. We love you. Camera, Action MRS. SHAWNTAY ROGERS Happy birthday, Mrs. Shawntay Rogers. She will celebrate January 24th at the Prince Hall Red Carpet, Hollywood style. 1-22-2009. 1-22-2009 CEDASIA MCMILLIAN CEDASIA MCMILLIAN At 2 Years Old .r; -Today At 9 Years Old ...__ Happy birthday, Princiss.' ., From, mom and grandmom and family. -B'KE:fSYA And ETHAN With Dad, ERIC birthday. to my dad, Eric, 1-21-09t and -big brother, Ethan, 1-06-o9. Love, E'Keisya and family. Booker T. Washington Alumni Day Friday, February 20, 2009 5 P.M.-7:30P.M. At Booker T. Washington Elementary School 1407 Estelle St. Tampa, FL 33605 For more Information, contact Kenya Jones or Olivia Brown Andrew at (813) 233-37.20 or e-mail at: KenyeJonesosdhc.k1l.ft.us or Ollvle.Brown Andrewsdhc.k12.fl.us. Please R.S. V. P. By: February 11, 2009 Weare looking forward to the old d sat Booker T.llll CIURCHIAWR YIIDSAlE BAR-B-QUE Look Who's Turning 2! CARlA POLITE, JR. Happy birthday goes out to my son, Lil Caria, who turned the Big 2 on January 21st. He will be celebrating with family and friends. Love always, Shandrian, Grandma Treasic and Lynchmob. ARMAN I Happy birthday, Armani, as you celebrate your 7tli birthday with a fun-filled weekend and birthday party. May God continue to bless you. I love you. Mom. -' January 25th .. truly me again. One more year older is aU I can say. So please join me in my celebration at my favorite spot, the Cotton Club, friends and family, Saturday, Jan. 24th. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921. For More Info MYAANKERS Happy 1st birthday, Mya. From, Mom, Dad, sister, Aniyah. Special wishes from grand-ma, granddad, aunts, uncles. : 'T1 she wiirbe celebrating her big day on Sa'tiiroay:-January 5 at 1 p. m. at Lettuce Lake Park. :!;! Happy birthday, Mya. We love you! 0 l> U) m z ::::! z m r-1 tD c r rm -t z ., c tD r-Cii ::::1: m c m < m :a -< -t c m U) c JAMES SCO'IT JEROME SCO'IT And ?< l> Happy birthday on January 7, 2009 to Greg. Z From, Jerome Scott and James Scott, also family and C friends. Happy birthday. ow Reaisterinu .tor IPI 'Quality Care WhM You Are Not There" APPROVED VPK PROVIDER 3716 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 621-5038 "1laln !.f) child In ttte lft.V he MoukJ So IWien he,_ old he Wll not If. c ?<

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(vs. 5). It is necessary for God to inform and teach those who are birthing His miracles. God desires spe cific care and instructions for His blessings and mani festations of His miracles. He's Preparing You! Take note, because there were two parents it was necessary for both parents to know what was expect ed. It is extremely difficult to raise a gift from God and the parents are not clear on how to do it according to the will of God. We are living in a time when a person's qualifications are always in ques:. tion. Not that people want to just know if you are qualified, but they also want to know if you are prepared. Many people miss out on blessings because they are not prepared to receive them. When it comes to some of the things of God, it is not about being qualified, but rather being prepared. There are many people who are qualified for a blessing, but they may not be prepared for it. A basic definition of both words will help. To be qualified means that a per son has the ability or skill that is necessary to perform a task. To be prepared means to be willing to do something or ready to do something that is difficult or hard (Encarta Online Dictionary). In this week's lesson in Judges 13:1-131. 4 God prepares a barren woman to conceive a child. Not only does He prepare her for conception, but He also prepares the mother and the father to raise the child. The church must realize that preparation to do the work of the Lord is neces sary. While many people possess the necessary parts RnftNpllea Hltstr tc,.. and skills, it does not mean they are prepared. God sends an angel to talk to the woman. The angel tells her of her situa tion (vs. 3). In spite of her condition she is still informed that she will do something that her condi tion says she cannot do. This says to the people that God knows your con dition. He knows your sit uation. Regardless of your situation and circumstance God can still prepare you to do great things. Oftentimes people need to be prepared to do the things that God is calling them to do. If they are not prepared they might do what they want to do. What they want to do may not be in line with what God wants. The angel then informs the mother and later the father how to take care of the child once he is born The father insisted that he know how to care for the baby that God was blessing them with. He was not upset that God sent the angel to the wife. He was insulted because he was not consulted. Upon hear ing what his wife learned he said, let the man come again and teach us what we need to do for the child to be born (vs. 8). Sometimes we all need to be prepared. We all need to be taught how to get ready for the blessings that God is preparing to reveal in our lives. No matter how qualified you think you are you still need to be prepared. 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Q) 0 0 N (") N > a: < ::: z w c w :I: t/) :::i m ::: a. z i= Ill ..J _, ::: m ..:.. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 _, LL Church Directory ALLEN TEMPLE A. M. E. CHURCH REV. WILLIE J. COOK, Pastor Worship Activties : Early Worship 7:45A.M. Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A .M. Bible Study 6 : 45 P M Tuesday FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES REV. Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday7 P M Sunday School-9 :30A. M Morning Worship-10: 55 A M Church Van (813) 627-0338 TEMPLE CREST CHURCH OF CHRIST 8309 N. 40th St. Tampa, FL 33604 914-7525 Sun. Morn. Biblti Study 9:30A.M. Sun. Morn. Worship :30 A.M. Sun. Evening Worship-6:30P M Mid Week Bible Study Wed-7:30 P M Everyone Welcome FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LINCOLN GARDENS 4025 W. Palmetto St. 879-1351 REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Pastor Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship-11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday -7 :30 P.M. '7o Know Chrlt And To .W.ke Christ Known" Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship-11 a.m. Evening Worship-5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m Visitors Are Welcome! PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES NEW FRIENDSHIP GRACE MARY MISSIONARY MOUNT OUVE A. M. E. CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL M.B. CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 10511 Main Street Thonotasassa, Florida 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-377 1902 W LaSalle St. Tampa, FL 33607 3838 North 29th S1reet, Tampa 248-6600 L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9:30.A M. Morning Worship 11 AM. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P M. REV. H. L. DAMELS, Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9:30A. M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4:30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7:30 P New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 81 3-242-6268 Sunday Morning Church School@ 9:30A.M. Sunday Moming Worship@ 11:00 A. M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study @ 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night Meeting & Bible Study@ 7:00 P.M. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-690 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Moroirlfl Worship .. A.M. Suod.ay, WorshiP .... 1.00 P.M. Morning Prayer F rid ay) .... 9 A.M. L...a--'-sH...._.JJ ....... "A Church Wherelbe Love Of God Flows And 1be Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." ELDER THOMAS J, REED Pastor Early Morning Worship-8 A.M Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 AM. Bible S1udy, Wed. -7 P M (813) 254-6278 REV. JAMES C. GIVINS. Pastor MRS. ROBERTA T. &IVINS, First Lady 9 :30 A. M Church School 11:00 A M. Worship THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Bible Study-Wednesday 7 P M ST. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave . Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A M Sunday School 9 :30 a m Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday \1 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7 :30 -8 :30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed. \1 8:30 9 p.m Olildren & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 -8 :30 p m Satl.fday Prayer Servloe & Bible Study 10 a m. Youlh Bl>lelnstltute 124 p m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd SUnday 7 11 p.m. lEV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress BMI. Tampa, R. 33619 Y Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Y Pastors Office: (813) 672 Y Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 Y Fax: (813) 672 -0S14 Y E-Mail: lbcopv@tampabay rr com REV. EVAN BURROWS Senior Pastor Early Worship -7: 50a.m. Sunday School -9:45a.m. Morning Worship-10 : 50 a m For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Praye r Service -6 :30pm. Bible Study 7 :30p.m. Brotherhood 1st Saturday Matrons 10 a m 1st and 3rd Saturdays Visit our Website or E-Mail us : www fbcch org info@fbcch.org Jesus Is The wav The Truth And The life. . H we claim to have fellowship With him vet walk OR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Se nior Tea c hing Pastor AduiVChldren Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4 :1!: !1Jill!t!lft Sunday 9 :45A. M Adull & Youlh/ Children Tuesday 11 A .M. Adult Wednesday 7 P M. Youttt Chll
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-}< NEW MT. ZION M. B. 29TH STREET HERITAGE CHRISTIAN New Testament M. B. LAURA STREET ; CHURCH, INC. CHURCH OF CHRIST COMMUNITY BAPTIST Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. CHURCH OF CHRIST z CHURCH 11530 Walker Road c 2511 E. Columbus Dr. HAROLD RODRIQUEZ MINISTER Thonotosassa, Fl 33592 1310 East Laura Street l> (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 3310 N 29th St. TAMPA, FL33605 Hillsborough High School (813) 986-3971 Plant City, FL33566 (813) 752 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242 5000 N Central Ave. (813) 610-1252 William K.errlson, Minister EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Tampa, FL 33603 Sunday REV. WALTER J. WILUAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55AM. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30AM. Morning Worship -10:55 A M. Wed. Family Night-7 P.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Olairman Board Of Deacons Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship ................. 1 0:30A.M. Evening Bibie Class .............. S :OO P.M. Evening Worship .. ................. 6:00 P M Wednesday Night Class . ... ..7:00 P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat... .. 10.12 Noon ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 34Q1 E 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00 A. M Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation Sunday: 1 0:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30PM. Free Tutorial 6:45PM. Adult &Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@ aol.com Mission Statement: 'i4 Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man Outreach Ministry : NOAH COMMUNITY, INOJ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRk And PASTOR AUDREY NEWkiRk MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St. ) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor .Jtq 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail : MtPieasantMB@ aol.com -Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP. AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Sertes Hour (B.T .U.} 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion} TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. c.T.IORKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org REV. DELORES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Service 8 :00 A. M. Bible Study Tuesday 7:00P .M. New Mt Silla M B. Church 5702 E. 32nd Ave. Tampa, FL33619 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Services; Sunday School 9 :30A. M Sun. Moming Worship' 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study 'Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers "I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Phil. 4 :13 ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services ... .. I 7:45 A.M. & 11 A.M. W' Church School 9 : 30A.M each Sunday 1 Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday Take Progress Blvd to S 851h S! tum Not1h. go to Ash Ave t.xn E follow the CU'Ve to the left (S REV. JOE GAY, Pastor 86th St ) and the c:h.xc:h is aothe righl Worship Service Location 9007 Gunn Highway Odessa. FL 33556 SUNDAYS Office Location : Georgetown Office Parte 1307 W Flelcher Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 First FrUit Worship Service 7 :30 A M Morntng Celebration Serv1ce 11.00 A M THURSDAYS Voice 01 The Word Bible S1udy 7 .30 P M College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813 239-3161 SUN Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW 6:00 P M Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P. M RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1924 East Comanche Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exciting Place To Worship Electrifying Praise, Powerful Teaching & Preaching 10A. M. Every Sunday Morning PASTOR ZACHERY A1d MRS. FREDDIE HUDSON Morning Bible Study ... ....... 9 A.M. Morning Worship Worship ... 10: 15 A M Evening Worship ....................... 5 P.M. 0 Wednesday CD Morning Bible Study ... ......... 1 0 A M Evening Bible Study ...... .............. ? P.M. Dr. ,"tl\e Early 8/,.ft c,ets.ol'ct ... Worship: 7:451U11 Sunday School: 9:45am Mornfog Worship: lu::t ;:)ainl Night BibltStudy:7:00pm r 0 c en m z -t z m r;r:D c r r m z c aJ r en :::z::: m c m < m :z:J -< -t c: m en c ?< )> z c .:::0 c

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. > a: u. 0 z a: w > w 0 w ::z:: en :::; m ;:) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m ..:, w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. m 'cb w CJ Ballin' On A Budget ... Explicit Ha i r Tre nds Is Here To Help 2016 E. Dr. M.L.K. Blvd. Tampa, FL 33610 813-234-8100 Salon 8;3-234-8188 Barbershop Relaxers/Cut Relaxers Wash/Curl Wash/Wrap Lashes Sew-In !Fulll Fusion !Fulll RECESSION RELIEF PRICES!!! $55REG.$80 $45REG $60 $30REG.$45 $25 REG.$35 $15 REG. $20+ $85 REG. $150+ $300 REG. $500+ Lace Application $50 REG. $100 Brow Arch $5 REG. $10 Rinse $10 REG. $20+ Up Des (Woave Extra) $30 REG. $40+ Ponytails $35 REG. $60 Quickweave $45 REG. $65 Treatment $10 REG. $20 Recession Relief Prices Are Good Only Tues.-Thurs.!!! Walklns, New Clients Are Welcome, Barber On Duty, SHAUN Formerly Of Up-Stage Salon NOW HIRING Professional Nail Teach, Braider Barber, Stylists, Must Have Own Clientele Specializing In All The Latest Styles. Also Press-N-Curl Parents' Dinner At Mt. Pleasant. Standard Based Middle School Mt. Pleasant Standard Based Middle School held its first Annual Parents' Dinner during the holiday season. More than 80 parents, several board members, faculty and staff attended. A of seafood was on the menu and the parents enjoyed the sounds of Christmas music. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Board members Carl Warren and Randolph Kinsey attended the dinner. Mother and daughter in attendance, Tomika and Helenenor Dr. and Mrs. Walter Smith, Lois Thomas and Mrs. Marie Sheehy. Braids-RetwistOr Braided Style Of The Month Nails Full Set With Creative Relaxers With Free Deep Conditioner Wraps Or Sets Board member Carolyn Hepburn Collins addressed those in attendance. Principal Yolanda Waitress gave out information on the upcoming tests and other school events. Reading teacher, Ms. Wynn talked about the importance of being able to read. Civics teacher, Deconda Williams.

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. Social Januaey Birthday Celebrants Natasha Williams, Angel McCray, Renee Montgomery, Jazmine Singleton, Deirdre Starks, Mdissa Barlow, Tina Ch aries, Ashley Meeks, and Armstong will all c :lebrate birthdays during the month of January. A Happy Birthday wish is being extended to Patricia Woodruff, former villager, who recently celebrat ed her special day on January 12th. Mrs. Sandra Jackson, who celebrated her special day on January 17th, turned a year older. She celebrated with husband, Leslie, family and friends in the Orlando area A very special Happy Birthday greeting is going out to First Lady Michelle Obama, who celebrated her special day on January 18th. A Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday to Ya! shout out is being extended to twins, Darrayl V. and Derrick V. Anderson, who celebrated their special day on January 19th, with family and friends. Minister Harold Rodriguez and the congrega tion of the 29th Street Church Of Christ wish to extend birthday wishes to: Gloria Ramirez, Foster Lovett, Pamika Lovett, Carolyn Brooks, Michelle Stone, Latonia Coleman, James Stennis, Benita Stennis, and Jeraldine Bradley. Uplifting Prayers Uplifting prayers go out to the following, we miss you . James Wiggs, Ralph Williams, Mrs. Arlean Evans (TGH), Mrs. Lena Conyers, Mrs. Victoria Brown, and Mrs. Lula Philon. Pray for everyone not only sick and shut in. Let us keep President Obama in our prayers as the test he has to face. Don t forget me when you are praying. Sick And Shut-Ins The congregation at the 29th Street Church Of Christ Is extending get-well wishes to Minister Harold Rodriguez, Louise Reed, Nina Christian, Perry King, Dorothy York, (home), Helen McMillian, and Eliz Bethea. Get well w ishes are also being sent to Mrs. Arlean Evans (Tampa General Hospital), Mrs. Tonya Simmons, (St. Joseph's Hospital) Ms. Helen Mond, (Fairway Nursing Home), Reva Taylor, Rose Lee Marshall, Robert E. Taylor, Althea James, Tameka Campbell, Lynette McAnuff, Janie Jackson, Ledora Blake, Ellen K. Jenkins, Masie McKeller1 Elder Albert and Barbara Turner, Cynthia EdmondNiles, Stella Hunter, James and Ethereda Johnson, Ronald Gillespie, Mark August, Islay Streeter, Alma Fields, and Thomas Lake. Congratulations Jalen Ferrell is being congratulated for making the honor roll and citizenship at Mango Elementary School, where he is a sth grade student. Congratulations are coming from your mother, Candice Boone and your grandmother, Connie Boone. Congratulations To New Changes. Dr. Deon Johnson recent ly completed two classes of "Self-Centered Life," and "Suffering of Job" with Vision Christian Bible College, making As in both classes. Congratulations, job well done! llappy Anniversary Happy Anniversary is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Treece (Coletta) Singleton. They celebrated three years of wedded bliss on January 15th Free Exercise And Nutrition Classes Free classes that help reduce the risk of obesity, dia betes, asthma, learn exercise options, and healthy cooking will be held on Wednesdays from 6 p m until 7 p m ., at Winston Park, 7605 Destin Driver, Greater Palm River Point. For more information call Liz Gutierrez at (813) 628-9539 St. James AME Church Of Progress Village The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets each Thursday morning at 10:30 a m. This is a group of God's children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Everyone is invited to come and share with us. Progress Vlllqe Uttle League Sign Up Parents can sign their child Parent Information Meetings ., ::u a ren up with the Progre ss Little J< League on Saturday, January c.. 24th and January 31st, between 10 a.m. and 12 o'clock C: noon, at the Progress Village ?ij Recreation Center, 8701 -< Progress Village Blvd., Tampa, N FL 33619, or contact Tony Parkat{8t;3) 843-6739. 0 CD Sympathy Extended Neighbors and friends send sympathy to the entire family of the late Mrs. Lue Dell Moore, who was funeralized on Saturdlty, January 17th. My sympathy to the Walker and McArthur Families in the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Rosemary McArthur Walker, who was laid to rest on Saturday, January 17th. Bishop A. J. Richardson, of the 21st Episcopal District of the AME Church, delivered the eulogy. My Brothers 2 Keep Prison Ministry Inmates can request free Bibles and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P 0 Box 4618, Tampa, Fl., 33677-4618. Thoujht For Today Good friends are like stars. You don't always see them, but you know they are always there." Call lradean LondonBiggs with your news at (813) 677-6o7t. YES WE CAN! ., 6 :::D en m z m r:m c m -i z 'V -C: aJ r-c;; :E:. m c m < m ::u -< -i Hi orough County Schools has an array of" educational options. to of"f"er Families. Please join us at a .Parent Information Meeting learn mor.e about magnet programs, School Choice and .Career & Technical Education Give your child. the. velY best! /'rngru 111 l" z "lj ., Hillsboroyh PUBLIC SCHOOLS Date Jan.29,2009 tfh' Uf'J1ih. U//(J/1 fll't 1l'l'\\. Location Lennard High Tirne 5:30-7:30 P M Visit cholce.uiysdbc.org or call the Choice Line at (818) 272-4692 for details. ::u a

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Local Sports .. ., :a c Computer Mentors Group To Host 1st Annual Golf Tournament BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two organizations have joined forces to host its first Youth fund raiser Golf Tournament. The event will take place at _Bay Palms Golf Course on Mac Dill Air Force Base, on March 19th. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc., said, "We are working with the Tampa Chapter of Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) to host this event. "The idea of having a golf tournament about during our board meeting and we have joined BDPA to make this happen. We are very non-traditional and this is our first fundraising effort. "We are recruiting players and sponsors for the event and every level of sponsorship is open. Anyone who wishes to participate in this event is welcome to come out and play to support the program." Smith said the funds will be used to send 5 students and 2 adults to com pete in a national competition for high students. A total of fifteen youngsters will be trained for the competition. The youth will compete in the BDPA National Conference that will be RALPH SMITH Executive Director held in Charlotte, North Carolina in August. "This is an excellent opportunity to assist in the training of these youngsters who will become tomorrow's technologists. These kids will compete by writing computer programs and devel oping web content, which will put them heads and shoulders above their peers." Any extra funds raised will be used for the Summer Program. The program offers internships to students who have successful ly completed the Computer Mentors Group program and who has earned his or her IC3 Certification. The certification also counts as a college credit, Smith said. He further stated that those participating in. the program earn $11.50 per hour. "'We want Bucs Release 6 Groden Assistants TAMPA ..._ The Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired six members of former coach Jon Gruden's staff Sunday . Gruden and general manager Bruce Allen were fired Friday, three weeks after the Bucs completed one of the biggest collapses in NFL history by losing four straight to miss the playoffs following a 9 start. The team promoted Raheem Morris to head coach and appointed Mark Dominik the new GM on Saturday, The fired assistants were offensive coordinator/oft'en-Top (L-R) Muir, Cox, Evero Bottom (L-R) Groden, Monis, Yamo sive line coach Bill Muir, defensive quality control coaches Johnny Cox and Ejiro Evero, offensive assistant Jay Gruden, strength and conditioning coach Mike Morris and assistant offensive line coach George Yarno. the kids to know that even Group and the Tampa Chapter of Black Data to the community. For additional informa-c: l> :a -< in these difficult economic times, there is still skills in demand that won't be impacted as severely as the general economy." Processing Associates are 501c3 organizations who are committed to training the next generation of pro fessionals and giving back tion contact Computer !'.) Mentors at (813) 236-1191 !'.) Both Computer Mentors \ w The Pharmacy 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. OPEN 24 HOURS or visit the website at www .tournevents.com/cmg 2009. America 1iusts Store (813) 237-3741 Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 Why Wait Until Sunday, Sale Starts Today! Good Only At 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. I I Obama 001188 ,Mug 0 0 co ., r 0 :a g en m z -f z m r:m c: r r m -f z "tJ c: m r Cii % m c m < m :a -< -f c: m en c l> z c ., :a i5

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..,. ,,. 0) Sports (\') N > a: < ::J z < .., Steelers Not Counting Ward Out Despite lniurv c a: lL HINES WARD PITTSBURGH Hines Ward needs exten sive work to rehabilitate his sprained right knee for the Super Bowl, but Pittsburgh Steelers coach it Mike Tomlin still expects lL the wide receiver to play Ward, the Steelers' c( career receiving leader, sprained a medial collateral ligament while making w a catch in the first i= of the AFC championship ft game against Baltimore on w Sunday night. If the > w c w %: tn :J m ::J CL z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ....:.. w z w tn C it 0 ...J lL Steelers played this week, he may not have been ready. Tuesday was the players' scheduled day off, yet Tomlin observed Ward doing extensive rehabilitation work in the team's practice complex. The Steelers leave Monday for Tampa and the Feb. 1 game against Arizona, but only after they go through a regular week of practice. The schedule will be the same as for any other week, Tomlin said, and the Steelers will draw up a game plan as if they were playing this Sunday. A game plan that is likely to include Ward. Ward played in every Steelers game from 200104, and he has missed only six games the last four seasons none this season He led the team with 81 catches for 1,043 yards, his fifth career 1,000-yard season and his first sinc e 2004. Meeks Resigns As Colts Defensive Coordinator RON MEEKS INDIANAPOLIS --Ron Meeks has resigned after seven seasons as Indianapolis Colts defensive coordinator. The team announced the move Tuesday, e ight days after coach Tony Dungy retired. Dungy hired Meeks in 2002. The Colts Jed the NFL in scoring defense in 2007 but dropped to seventh last season and were eliminated from the AFC playoffs in the first round by San Diego The 54-year o l d Meeks began his NFL coaching career with Dallas in 1991 as a defensive ass istant. He later coached with Cincinnat i, Atlanta, Washington and the Rams McGahee Released From Hospital, Returns Home OWINGS MILLS, Md. -Ravens running back Willis McGahee returned to his Baltimore .home Monday after spending the night in a Pittsburgh hos pital recovering from a helmet-to-helmet hit in the AFC championship game against the Steelers. McGahee w.as carted from the field on a stretcher Sunday after colliding with Steelers safety Ryan Clark. The play occurred in the fourth quarter of Pittsburgh's 23-14 victory. Although he had significant neck pain, McGahee had movement in his arms and legs after the hit. He was t"aken to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh and held overnight for observation. McGahee was released .WILUS MCGAHEE early Monday morning and back in Baltimore home by early afternoon. "It is expected that Willis will have a complete recovery from the head and neck injuries he suffered last night," Ravens spokesman Kevin Byrne said. Cardinals Plav Down Boldin's late-Game Behavior Against Eagles TEMPE, Ariz. -The Arizona Cardinals called receiver Anquan Boldin's sideline shouting match with the offensive coordinator a "normal thing," and coach Ken Whisenhunt insisted the outburst wou ld in no way disrupt the team Boldin and Todd Haley were seen arguing on tele VISion during the Cardinals' late touchdo wn drive in a 32-26 win o ve r Philadelphia in the NFC championship game Sunday Boldin, going t o his fourth Pro Bowl this sea s on, did not participate in t h e p o stgame ce l e b ration ANQUAN BOLDIN on the fie ld with his team mates. Whisenhunt e xpects Boldin's behavior to hav e no effect on the team. NBA Plavers Pav Tribute To Obama An impressive roll of NBA players -including Ray Allen, Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups, Caron Butler, Stephen Jackson, Antawn Jamison, Rashard Lewis, Chris Paul, Amare Stoudemire and Mo Williams, among others paid tribute to Barack Obama in a video clip. As America paused to watch the inauguration of our 44th president, this was an earnest and heartfelt tribute from a group often criticized as apolitical.

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Sports Tiger Woods Pavs Tribute To Militarv In Speech At Obama Celebration TIGER WOODS In an inaugural celebration at the Lincoln Memorial today, Tiger Woods praised his father and "the men and women in uniform who serve our country and protect our freedom." Woods was one of many prominent figures at Sunday's celebration, which was broadcast on HBO and featured a star-studded lineup of movie stars and musical acts. Woods has tended to stay away political issues throughout his career, but he used his moment on stage Sunday to speak aboufhis father, Earl Woods, who he called a model, and the military in general. "I grew up in a military family, and my role models in life were my mom and dad, Lt. Colonel Earl Woods. My dad was a special forces operator and many nights friends would visit our home. They represented every branch of the service, and every rank. In my Dad, and in those guests, I saw firsthand the dedication and commitment of those who sezye. They come from every walk of life. 'rom every part of our Time and again, acrpss generations, theyhave defended our safety in the dark of night and far from home. Each day, and particularly on this historic day, we honor the men and women in uniform who serve our country and protect our freedom. They travel to the dangerous corners of the world, and we must remember. that for every person who is in uniform, there are fan:tilies who wait for them to come home safely. I am honored the mil. itary is such an important part, not just ofmy.personal life, but o( my professional one as well. The golf tournawe do each year here in Wi!shingtort is a testament to those unsung heroes. 1 am the son of a man who dedicated his life to his country, family arid the military, and I am a better person for it. In the summer of 1864, Abraham Lincoln, the man at whose memorial we stand, spoke to the !64th Ohio Regiment and said : 'I am greatly obliged to you, and to all who have come forward at the call of their country.' Just as they have stood tall for our country, we must always stand by and support the men and women in uniform and.their fami lies. Thank you." Magic's Howard Anends Inauguration DWIGHT HOWARD For the record, Magic Coach Stan Van Gundy said there are more important things in life than basketball. Thus, the workaholic son of a coach changed his team's practice schedule to accommodate all-star C Dwight Howard's trip to Washington, D.C ., for Barack Obama's inauguration today. Howard received an invitation from the Obama team and was expected to leave Orlando by private jet with hi s cousin. The 33-8 Magic returned early Sunday morning from a nine-day trip West. Normally the drill for Van Gundy -with four days off before a game on Thursday -would have been to take ofT Sunday and Monday and practice Tuesday and Wednesday. But Van Gundy relented after learning of Howard's desire to "see history," even with the defending NBA champion Boston Celtics being the opponent on Thursday ., ::D c Pistons Shih Hamilton To Reserve Role }< c.. l> z c: l> ::D -< Pistons coach Michael Curry announced that Richard Hamilton will lose his place in the starting lineup as the team tries to overcome its recent struggles. Power forward Amir Johnson will replace him in the starting lineup most nights. Center Kwame Brown will start against especially big teams. Either switch would give the Pistons a more traditional lineup of two guards and three bigger players, as opposed to the three-guard lineup they've been using since Hamilton returned from an injury this month. Curry said Hamilton will average about 30 minutes of playing time per game off the bench. He will decide his late-game. substitution pattern on the fly. The move means Allen RICHARD HAMILTON Iverson will remain in the starting lineup alongside point guard Rodney Stuckey. Hamilton has started all 495 regular-sea-1\) 0 0 CD son games he's played with "TI the Pistoils over six-and-a-E) half seasons. ::D Subscribe Today! g en m z ::t z m r;m c: r r-m z "0 c: m r-u; :::t m c m < m ::D -< c: m en c ?< l> z c "TI :u c ?<

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mr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Entertainment C") C\1 > a: <( :: z <( .., a: LL c a: LL 0 z <( c U) w :: w > w 0 w :E: U) :::; ID :: ID. z tu ...J ...J :: ID _:, w z z w U) a: 0 ...J LL ID cb ... W CJ Mariah Carev And Nick Cannon's Babv-Making Plans MARIAH CAREY And Husband NICK CANNON LOS ANGELES -Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon may not be poppin' out babies right now, but it's gonna happen. "We're definitely into planning a family and stuff but when everything calms down and we get the time," C a nnon told me earlier today after finishing up a workout at Gatorade's G Gym at Village at the Yard at Sundance. "We're just running and gunning now and enjoying being newlyweds." Also on the couple's agenda? Working together! But not on a musical col laboration. So what gives? "lt11 be something more out of fun than serious," Cannon said. "We're going to do some comedy stuff together. You11 see us this year doing some really funny stuff." Rapper 50 Cent Expands Empire To Filmmaking so Cent perfonns during the 2008 Sundance Film Festival ln Park City, January 19, 2008. PARK CITY, Utah-Bullet-scarred rapper 50 Cent owns a record label and clothing line, acts and writes books, and now he is adding film production to his multimedia empire promoting his new venture this week at the Sundance Film Festival. 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, has launched Cheetah Vision, and he told Reuters at Sundance, the top U.S. independent film festival, that he was not concerned about starting a new busi. ness during the global financial crisis. "I don't think it will affect me as much'as it will the other people that are out there because I'm not afraid to finance some of these things myself if I have to," he said. The rapper, who takes his name from a "stickup kid from Brooklyn," was ranked No. 26 on Forbes 2008 list of top 100 richest celebrities with estimated earnings of about $150 million between June 2007 and June 2008. 50 Cent had a stake in Glaceau, which makes Vitaminwater, and the bulk of his earnings came from the sale of the company to Coca-Cola Co Forbes estimates the rapper banked about $100 million after taxes from the deal. He said Cheetah Vision had already bought eight scripts and among the first to be produced would be "The Dance," starring himself and Nicolas Cage. "(The script) was previ ously passed around a little bit but both me and Nicolas Cage had an interest in the film so it will still happen. He plays the founder of a boxing program, 'and I play a fighter who goes to state prjson," 5 0 Cent said. "They are all different types of movies that I bought the rights. to, and we're developing projects. You will see different things from me in the future," he said. 11111111111 !;I 11111111RIIIIIIIIIIIIIilll! Will Ill XIII!IUII! i 111111111111 4 Stabbed During Club's Panv For Notorious' Film Jamal Woolard is shown in a promotional photo for the film, 'Notorious.' NEW YORK --Police say four men were stabbed at a New York City nightclub advertising an afterparty for the film premiere of "Notorious about rapper Biggie Smalls. Police said Saturday a 21-year-old victim stabbed numerous times was in critical condition at Brookdale Hospital. Three others were stable. The Djumbala club is in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn. Police did not immediately release further information. While the party had been promoted as the "official" after-party, "Notorious distributor, Fox Searchlight, said it was not related. Smalls was born Christopher Wallace and also used the stage name "Notorious B.I.G." His debut CD, 1994's "Ready to Die," helped reenergize East Coast rap. He was killed in Los Angeles in 1997. ''The Voice of Our Commsm i t\ jvr Much Change In Biggie Smalls' Neighborhood In this March 18, 1997 file photo, an unidentified neighbor of Biggie Smalls, also known as Notorious B.I.G., t o p nght, watches the funeral procession pass as mourners line the streets near the building where the slain rapper once lived on St. James Place in the Brooklyn borough of New Y o rk. NEW YORK -In rapper Biggie Smalls' old Brooklyn neighborhood, the building that once housed a coin laundry is now a plastic surgeon's office. A block away, a wine bar sells "arti sanal" cheeses and meats. Much has changed where the late superstar spent all but a few years of his life and sometimes sold crack cocaine before spinning vivid tales of his street exploits into millions of record sales. "'t's completely different," said Voletta Wallace, Smalls' mother, who moved into the area in 1969 and left after her son was killed, at age 24, in a 1997 drive-by shooting in Los Angeles "It's a place for the better." Wallace is a producer of Notorious," the Smalls movie biography that hit theaters on Friday, and was on the set during filming in the area. In interviews, she and other longtime residents and business '>wners reminisced about Smalls and reflected on the neighborhood's changes, which have occasionally sparked tension. "Much has changed but much remains the same," said City Councilwoman Letitia James, whose district includes the neighbor hood. "In the movie the drug trade was a predominant feature," she said. '"Crack was at its height. Some of what happened and occurred and during Biggie's time is still on Fulton Street, and we're trying to address that." "But we've come a very long way," James added.

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Entertainment 'T1 ]] c Michelle Obama, Milev cvrus: Marc Anthonv, Jennifer Lopez Wow Inaugural Gala Obamas, Bidens Eniov lincoln Memorial Concen c:.. )> Favorites At Concen z c )> ]] < 1\) w 1\) 0 0 reflecting pool. This time, he fn appeared in a dark suit and read a somber tribute to -f Abraham Lincoln. Z Jamie Foxx brought many in the crowd -and the m Obamas to their feet by C repeatedly urging those from Chicago to make some m noise: "Chi-town, stand up!" he demanded. USHER More often than not, after a long journey, folks realize that the ending is, in fact, just the beginning. This 'sentiment is particu larly true when it comes to freshman-U .S.-Senatortumed-Commander-in-Chief Barack Obama. After two years of campaigning, which included an arduous battle Hillary Clinton for the Democratic party's nomina tion, Obama will be sworn in S:s president on Tuesday. But.just as Obama is about to bask in the glow of his history-making achievement, his election-night speech continues to reverberate. Even though his win is a breakthrough for the nation, he said, "It is only the chance for us to make that change." Usher, for one, agrees. "If a dream is all about sight or hope, those words that Barack Obama gave us at the beginning of his campaign were all about this dream, this reality," the singer told MTV News on Sunday after the star-studded "We Are One" concert. "It only starts here. The mission's not over. Barack Obama's put the ball back in our courts." Performers including Bono, Beyonce and James Taylor were on the bill. The entertainer said he thinks the country should become more service-minded as a way of fulfilling Obama's promise for change. Relying on government, Usher said, doesn't have to be the only option. The community at large can chip in and hopefully match Obama's efforts. Lopez, wearing an electric blue strapless gown, towered over her husband Anthony, who wore pinstripes. Her piled-high updo added a few more inches. The couple said little from the carpet, but Anthony traded a hug with Miami born Wilmer Valderrama, star of That '70s Show, as he swiftly moved off the car pet. A crowd expected to reach up to a half-million was stretched past the ret1ecting pool separating the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Foxx then launched into a quick impersonation of the m president-elect. C Joe Biden told the crowd: "Look around you. Look at m the grace and grandeur that C surrounds us and you'll see the work of American m Obama and his wife, Michelle and Vice President-elect Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, sat behind bullet-proof glass near the stage erected on hands. Public Meetings Notice How are we doing? The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FT A), along with the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), will public meetings to gather input and comment on the transportation planning process for Tampa, Temple Terrace, Plant City and unincorporated HillSborough County The MPO is responsible for establishing priorities to meet short-term (next 5 years) and long-term (20+ years) transportation needs. The public meetings are an Important part of a federal review process that is required every four years for large MPOs. Both Public Meetings will be held on Tuesday, February 3n1 In Downtown Tampa at the County Center Building, 601 East Kennedy Blvd: 9:00 a .. m. -2 .... Floor, Board of County Commissioners Chambers 6:00 p.m. 181 h Floor, Planning _Boardroom The federal review team would like to hear from you directly at either public meeting, or via mail, email or fax. If you are unable to attend either meeting, public comment forms are avarlable at the Planning Commission offrce, 601 East Kennedy, 18111 floor, Downtown Tampa or by contacting us at the web site or phone number listed below For more information: www.hlllsboroughmpo.org or call 813/273-3774 x342 Persons in need of special accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require Interpreter services (free of charge) for this meeting should contact Allison Yah at 8131273-3774 x351, or yeha@p)ancom,oro, at least three business days prior to the meetings -f c m (A c )> z c ., :D 6 ...... cp m

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en Entertainment (") "' > a: c( ;::) z c( '"') Oprah 'Disappointed' Bv Debunked Holocaust Storv c a: u.. c a: u.. c z c( c U) w ;::) t> a: OPRAH WINFREY Oprah Winfrey broke her silence Friday about former guest Herman Rosenblat, saying she's "very disappointed" in his now discredited story about meeting his future wife in a Nazi concentration camp. "That's what happens with lies," Winfrey said on an episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show"' that aired Friday. "They get bigger and bigger and bigger." Rosenblat, a 79-year-old resident of North Miami Beach, and his wife Roma have appeared twice on Winfrey's show Winfrey said he had planned to appear again to "explain himself," but the man's lawyers scuttled that. Rosenblat's tale of a lit tle girl throwing apples over a barbed-wire fence to him every day at a sub-camp of Buchenwald in the 1940s was endearing, Winfrey said. "And he told that story and I was crying, everybody was crying," Winfrey said Winfrey noted that the couple did have an unusual story. "They have been married for 50 years and he was, indeed, in a concentration camp and so was she," Winfrey said Berkley Books, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA>, had planned to release Rosenblat's memoir "Angel at the Fence" in February. But after scholars, friends and family members challenged him, Rosenblat acknowledged the story was untrue and Berkley pulled the book. A planned feature film about Rosenblat's story still is scheduled to begin production this year, with producer Harris Salomon saying the script may note the "fabricated elements of their wartime love story." w > w c w U) :::i ID ;::) D.. T.l. Gives Thanks For His Tumultuous Year At Hip-Hoplnauuural Ball z i= w .... .... ;::) ID ...:, w z i= z w U) ii: g u.. T.J. WASHINGTON, DC-Patting his pants pockets, T.l. claimed he couldn't find the acceptance speech he had prepared for the Hip Hop Inaugural Ball at the Harmon Center for the Arts on Monday (January 19) So he went off the top of his head with an ode. to all the things he'sthaDkful for; the speech left the crowdmemhers stunned and on their feet. : J want to thank God for giving me the the wisdom, the patience, the resilience, the perseverance to make it through one of the tou'ghest times of my life," he said. The rapper's past rew years have includ-ID ed the murder of his best o friend and assistant N Philant Johnson, his W arrest on weapons charges and a one-year prison senD.. tence he's slated to begin in March. He improbably thanked the U.S. government, "the U.S. attorneys who prose- cuted me in my case for giving me the opportunity to make a difference -real talk," he said, as an audience member shouted out, "That's the man!" "I want to thank God for somehow ... I know he per fect. So I'mma thank him for everything. rmma thank him for making me drop out of school. rmma thank him for making me run the streets. I'mma thank him for making me sell crack. I'mma thank him for making me have shoot-outs. I'mrna thank him for allowing me to watch my partners die in my arms," he said, his voice rising and quickening and taking on the cadence of a fire-and-:brihuJtontr-preacher. '"So I'd be fearful enough for my life and paranoid enough to go out and cop machine guns and ejlencers so I catch a fed ci8e and I have to put up $3 }nillion for my bond so I have to spend seven months of my life in my house, so I have to spend a year of my life in prison just so I be validated enough to get out there and touch the youth because they know that I done been through it, and if I say it, it means something. You know what I'm saying?" Jav-z Explains His Verse In Mv Presidenr Remix JAY-Z And JEEZV Jay-Z obviously has a way with words. But when the legendary MC put his verse together for Young Jeezy's "My President" remix, he borrowed heartily from a message about Barack Obama that had been circulating on e-mail chains for some time. Jay, of course, managed to make the saying all his own. "Rosa Parlls sat so Martin Luther could walh I Mart i n Luther wa-lked so Barac-h Obama could run I Barack Obama ran so all the chi! dren could fly, n he raps on the track, which he debuted Sunday at Love nightclub in Washington, D C. "So l'mma spread my wings I You could meet me i n the sky." "It's just the progression ... You sat, you walked, you ran, you ran to fly," Jay told MTV News on Monday night (January 19 ) before his show at Warner Theatre, explaining his lyrics. "You know just the progression and how far we've come as a nation. It feels good to say that, 'cause I never had that type of feeling to say as a nation, like I was part of the American dream. And I believe a lot of people didn't feel like a part of the American process for so long Aside from the presidentelect and incoming first lady Michelle Obama, Jay-Z and wife Beyonce are one of the most celebrat ed couples currently in the nation's capital. Beyonce Sunday afternoon during the "We Are One" inauguration festivi ties. And on Monday night, Hov took to the stage for his own show to honor the future president. The power couple, along with a number of other high-profile celebrities, are in town to see Obama sworn in as the next president of the United States. Beyonce is set to sing dur ing the Obamas' first dance at Tuesday's "Neighborhood Ball." Jay said Obama'1 victory has sparked a renewed hope for America. "Now everyone's included in the American process this great day," he said. "So that's the progression and the process. Now there's no excuses for anybody. Now you can look into a child's eyes and say, 'Get it togeth er. You can be president.' It's not an easy thing, but it can happen. And we have evidence to the fact." Stevie Wonder Awes Crowd At Diddv's Inaugural Panv WASHINGTON, DCCall on none other than Stevie Wonder to set off this party. What? Stevie Wonder in a club known for its heavy hip-hop fanbase? The same club that Jay-Z ripped down the night before? Anything can happen during Barack Obama's inauguration weekend in Washington, D.C Wonder was one of the stars at D .C. hotspot Love on Saturday night for Diddy's afterparty for the BET Honors, which also doubled as an inaugural cel ebration. Before Diddy even got into the building, Wonder amazed the crowd -amazed, as in people were in awe; STEVIE WONDER amazed, as in you could see nothing but camera phones held in the air when Wonder took the mic It was a moment you have to tell the elders in your about the next day, or shame on you. DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW Notorious -A must-see movie about the life and limes of rapper Biggie Smalls. .... ) Marley_ & Me -This movie is ct>out a family and an out of control cklg. Surpnsmgly good. A definite (-1 Taken-A reUred spec1al forces daughter IS You can't miss this one. Action-packed![ ..... ) The Unborn -A young woman cursed by her unborn twin. Had the potential to be scarier, but fell short. [M1f: ) Yes Man -Jim Carrey stars in this light comedy about a guy who loves to use the 'No. Enjoyed it!. [-J The _Cunous Case Of BenJamtn Button -Brad Pitt (Best Actor) and T araJI Henson should get an Oscar for their roles. Very good movie, but a little too IOOQ. (2 hrs. 47 min.)(-) Slumdog Millionaire -Worth Seetng! Golden Globe Wimer (Best Picture) ['M1f:) Valkyrie -Based on a true story, Tom Cruise is a Nazi colonel who an on Hitler's life. _Enjoyed Bedtime Stones-Adam Sander IS a hotel handyman who realizes that the bedtime stories he tells his sister's kidS are coming true Kids Loved it' ("*) . Seven Will Smith stars in this intense ctama about an IRS agent With senous secrets. A definite The Day The Earth Stood Still-This remake was a dJd. Accidentally fell asleep on this one. Di5aRJOinted. rJ Four Christmases -Pretty good comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn. ["] _Cadillac Records -A must-see movie about a record label who Introduced Etta James, Little Walter and Chuck Berry to the world. 11 Tra'!sport&r 3 -Action-packed movie starring Jason Statham. Worth See1ng! ( .. ') Twilight-A vaflllire falls in love with the new girl in town. A love story! No. 1 moVIe at box office $70.4M. Pretty good movie minus the blood and guts. 1-1 Bolt-An animated movie starring a 00g (John Travolta) who thinks he has superpowers. The obsessed hamster (John Walton) saved this movie The kids loved it! 11 Quantum Of Solace -Daniel CraiQ suffered a broken ann and 2 stuntmen ded filming this movie. Enough satd! Rollernoaster of action. No. 1 at bw( office -$70M. (""") Role Model-.Above-Average comedy with too much profanity. Not for kids tsc.,. 2 hke these types of movies, but this one moved too slow. No action! r'J -This crime starts out slow but picks 14> in the end. r A heroic fireman in a failing maniage takes 14> his father's challenge to. be part of a 40-day convnitment to save his marriage. Must-see for mamed C014>1es. ("*") Max Pltvnt -Marl< Wahlberg plays an out of control cop for the killers who killed his family. You might want to pass on this one. [ .. ] The _Secret LN. of Bees-Pretty good, tear-jeri
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Read All About It Ask Desnns! Is an advice col umn known for its fearless approach to reality-based sub jects! Dear Deanna! I just learned that my husband may be the father of my five 5year old nephew. I found out by accident. My husband was talking on the phone, laughing and joking and I heard him say that he thought my sister's son was his child but he never did a DNA test. I remember when we started dating he used to say he thought he left his ex-girlfriend pregnant. When my sister popped up preg nant, she said it was a one-night stand. How do I investigate this situation peacefully? Dear Wife: Worried Wife Columbus, OH Regardless of the outcome peo-Today's Birthday -You're going to get the chance to prove your dreams can really come true. Don't wait around for anyone else to do it for you. Can't happen. Those dreams are too personal. It's up to you. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) The funny thing is, the more you fight, the better you understand where that other character is coming from. Sort of. Well, that's a clean, group-therapy sort of fight. Do the best you can. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) The job is not going as planned. There are very good reasons for that. Some of them came up after you began. The changes are not your fault. Adapt. Do not be deterred. Aries (March 21-April 19) -:You'll have to pick and choose. You might be able to have everything you want, but not all at once. Set priorities and don't get all rattled if you have to wait awhile. Taurus (April 2D-May 20) Discuss your next big decision with your family before you act. They're involved too, and it'll be easier if they're on your side. Give somethll1g up to make that happen. ;, Gemini (May 21-June 21) Co,r:ttinue to act as translator. This isn't an easy job, by the way. But you have natural talent. You're good at helping others resolve their conflicts. You teach objectivity. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Should you save or should you spend? That's the big dilemma. pie are going to be hurt and trust among all parties destroyed. If you feel in your heart that it's worth it, get the process started with your husband first. Ask him if he dated your sister and if he's the possible father. Have the same discussion with your sister and if they're on the same page, have a DNA test. The timing between his relation ships is crucial but only time; faith and personal maturity can save your marriage and family relation ships if this is true. Ask Desnns! can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at 3:00pm in Los Angeles, CA. Ask Deanna Is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1 @yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Clenega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.ask-deanna.com. Contact : (310) 600-9729. There are a few things you really need, but don't get the specialty items. No caviar or champagne this time. Leo (July-23-Aug. 22) Your "discussion" devolves into an argument at times. You see your position clearly, but the other person doesn't. Explain the con cept more simply. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Communication i s starting to flow more easily, and t hat's surely a blessing. Other things are breaking down, though. Schedule your personal break for later tomorrow. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Stay out of a fight you can't win If asked, you might help mediate. Wait until they ask you, though. Otherwise, stay out of their way. Make cookies, instead. Or go buy some. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -The others may still be obstinate, but you can make a few suggestions. Write them down in a letter perhaps, or discuss them with your friends. Don't bother to tellthe combatants; they aren't listening yet. SagiHarlus (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Make a plan, but also deter mine the plans that others have made. That should be easy to figure out, because they're trying to convince you to change. Keep your own objectives in mind. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) If all you can do is keep talk Ing, that's good enough for now Rome wasn't built In a day and it didn't crumble In one day either. Doesn't that make you feel bet ter? ALL MY CHILDREN : To the joy of her loved ones, Kendall finally woke up, but Greenlee felt that something is not quite right with her. Dr. Sinclair shook up Ryan when she made clear her intention to uncover Annie's trickery and send her to prison for killing Richie. Meanwhile, Sinclair, sus picious of Aidan's connection to Annie, gave him truth serum. After Zach defended Reese to her mother, she admitted her attachment to him but Zach quickly told Reese they're just friends. Displeased by JR's closeness to Amanda, David made JR wonder if he's the father of Amanda's baby, and made a threat to her. Krystal sobbed after Tad signed the divorce papers, but couldn't stay away from David. Coming: Kendall senses a problem in Reese. AS THE WORLD TURNS: Craig was furious when Carly made a last-minute decision and wouldn't marry him because she doesn't love him. Unaware of this, Dusty married Meg after getting her a quickie divorce. However, Paul turned the tables on Dusty and Meg at the custody hearing by claiming that their marriage took place only to keep Johnny away from Craig, which Josie confirmed. Dusty was crushed when the judge gave full cus tody of Johnny to 9raig. When Parker showed up with toys bought with money from Craig, Jack railed to Janet over Craig's attempt to buy love while they're struggling. Emily offered Jade money to keep Casey away from Alison. Katie made a deal with Kim to get Brad's job back in return for documenting their baby-making attempts on a real ity show Coming: Carly doesn't break her connec tion to Craig. BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Eric found out who betrayed him and dealt with it harshly Pushed into a corner by Eric over the stolen designs, Nick made a promise that he could come to regret. Brooke was stunned when Ridge revealed who he thinks turned on Eric. Steffy cut off her romance with Rick, but, after hearing Eric's advice, reconsid ered her decision. Rick was able to conceal the true motive for his actions despite the truth being out, but Stephanie lost no time kickin g Rick while he's down. Stephanie kept quiet about what she later witnessed but, seeking the truth, revealed something shocking. Bridget was optimistic about her future. Jackie was surprised to learn the identi ty of her new des1gner. Coming: Stephanie's reve lation has a lasting effect. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Sami and Mia went into labor at the same time. Nicole had to help Mia deliver her baby girl then found out about Sami and burst i nto the room where Dr. Baker had just saved the life of Sami's newborn. Telling Baker about Sami's plan to abandon her baby, Nicole pressured the doctor into switching the girls, so she would have EJ's child. Tortured by the killer, Rate seized the moment and stabbed his assailant. At the hospital, Kayla realized that the killer looks familiar Maggie witnessed Chloe and Daniel kissing, Bo had a vision of Hope shooting Kayla. Melanie told Max about her scheme to engage the Kiriakis and DiMeras in a bidding war over her fuel project. Coming: Does Sami sense that something -Sentinel's Top 1 5 Albums 1 A Different Me ..................................... Keyshla Cole 2. lntuition .................................................. Jamle Foxx 3. I Am ... Sasha Flerce ................................... Beyonce 4. BOBs & Heartbreak ................................ Kanye Weat 5. The Point Of It All ...................... Anthony Hamilton 6. Da REALiat. ....................................................... PIIH 7. Paper Tniii .......... : ................ ................................ T.I. 8. Theater Of The Mind .................................. Ludacria 9. Year Of The Gentleman ................................. Ne-Yo 1 0. Freedom ... ............................... ............. .... ..Alcon 11. Tha Carmr tn ........................ : .................. UI Wayne 12. onmyradlo .............................. .... Mualq Soulchlld 13. Thr33 Rlngz. ................................................. T-Pain 14. The Recession ................... ............. Young Jeezy 15. Soui ................................................................. Saal YOU IICNOW. THAT 81G &VeNT 8-0IN$ ON IN I).C. TOPAY, WHeRE! THeY"'U... at! A .AND LOTS OF PARTIES is wrong? GENERAL HOSPITAL: With the FBI searching for the missing Equinox truth, Spinelli got a lead and teamed up with Jason to locate the terrorist cell. Earl Bragg was brought to the hospital after crashing his car, leading to a catastrophe in the operating room that resulted in. quarantine. Kate stole the incriminating DVD from Sonny's house but collapsed in the hospital boardroom before she could tell him. Claudia passed out before she could reveal that Anthony shot Kate. Luke overpowered Ethan, a young Australian he caught breaking into the Haunted Star. Robin was increasingly overwhelmed by the prospect of being alone with Emma. Nikolas saw Emily's look-alike. Coming: Claudia opens her mouth and makes trouble. GUIDING LIGHT: On the trail of Phillip, Bill hit his head and passed out. Bill woke up with his memory returned and he knew he didn't kidnap Lizzie. When Bill got home, Lizzie let him believe that she and Cyrus are together, and he kept the truth con cealed. Alan was furious when he saw Beth and Coop making love but kept the knowledge to him self for now. Beth was relieved when Coop told her that the book wouldn't be published, both of them unaware that Blake had just accepted a big commission check in advance of its release. Shayne feared for his family's safety if Edmund ever learns his part in Lara's death, and found him self alone with Edmund, who showed him a letter from Lara in which she professed her love for Shayne. Coming: Emotions run high when Phillip returns. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: With Todd's trial under way, Starr was horrified to learn how he hired Lee to steal her baby from the delivery room, but was still torn over sending her father to prison. Schuyler read the letter his mother had written, incriminating Todd, and approached him and Blair. Starr deliv ered her testimony prompting Todd to vow that she won't pay for what he did. Lee's worst fears were realized when Wes recognized her as the woman who ruined his entire family. Rex foiled Dorian's latest scheme, to gel David to sign away his worldly goods to a phony charity. Cole promised Matthew he'll get rid of the pills, but took more. Natalie accused Jessica of being a danger to her children. Coming: Starr lives with her decision. YOUNG AND When Victoria finally told Victor that Brad stole company secrets, Victor forced him to resign from the Newman board of directors. Brad made a final appeal to Sharon for love, but she didn't feel the same way. As Brad drove home, his car broke down in the snow and he heard so'meone call for help. Noah, having lied, along with Eden, about going to a skating party, fell through the ice, but once at the hospital, didn't know who saved him. Gloria sold her Jabot stock to Victor, and refused to tell an irate Jeff the recipi ent's name. Clint warned Roger to go along with his plans for Kay. Roger proposed to Esther, who accepted. Kay was stunned to leam about Kevin and Amber's break-in to the pawnshop to get proof regarding her ring. Coming: Jill isn't thrilled by Billy's new role at Jabot. -----Sentinel's Top 1 2 Singles 1. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On lt) ............... Beyonce 2. Uve Your Ufe. ...................... T.I. Featuring Rihanna 3. Chopped 'N' Skrewed ... T-Pain Featuring Ludacris 4. Miss lndependent ......................... ....... m ...... Ne-Yo 5. Trading Places ................................................ Usher 6. Pop Champagne ............ Jim Jones & Ron Browz Featuring Juelz Santana 7. Green Lighl .. John Legend Featuring Andre 3000 8. lfULeave .............. Musiq Soulchild Featuring Mary J.BIIge 9. Put It On Ya ........................ PIIea Featuring Chris J 10. She Got Her Own ............ Ne-Yo Featuring Jamie Foxx & Fabolous 11. Playa Cardz Righ ... Keyshla Cole Featuring 2Pac 12. Heartt ............................................... 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Q) 0 0 N M' N > a: <( :::J z <( ., >= <( 0 a: u. :. -;. a: u. 0 z <( 0 rn w :::J t-> a: w > w 0 w ::z:: rn :J ID :::J a.. z .J .J :::J ID I .J w z !z w UJ <( o a: 0 .J LL ID c(, N w CJ Class 011918 Reunion The Lakeland Mirror Center, Lakeland, was the site of the class of 1978 reunion. The theme was: "'111e Best Is Yet To Come." Participating members shown here are: Cynthia Murray-Allen, Andresa Allen-Bums, Nadine Clinton, Dorothy Crawford, Karen Lyons-Davis, Mary McDonald Freeman, Charlotte Campbell-Hardin, Cheryl Williams-Joe, Evon LovettKnight, Deborah Leonard, Marcus Lockett, James Lovett, Phillip McGriff, Elaine Roundtree-Muntford, Marion Clayton-Myers, Rhonda Borders-Phillips, Antione Poe, Brenda Gardner-Relefourd, Joyce Rich, Teresa Denson Singleton, Keitha Quary-8almon, Michelle Fairfax-Taylor, Charles 11nsley, Edith Hinson-Thomas, Janice Nesmith-Waldon, Capple D. Cooke-Walker, Kenneth Wilson and Denise Spann. Will Brown was the photographer. Installation. Celebration Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church recently held an Installation Celebration for Pastor-Elect, Elder Christopher D. O'Bryant. Elder O'Bryant was born on July 23, 1981, in Americus, GA. He is the son of Ms. Teresa O'Bryant and Mr. Dirk A. Engram and has two siblings, Carla and Carlos. He is a 1999 graduate of Sumter County High School and a 2002 graduate of Emmanuel Bible College in Macon, GA. In June 2008, he graduated from Emmanuel Bible College with a Master of Arts in Divinity. He is the loving husband of Mrs. Lestine O'Bryant anc;I the proud father of Kyra, ZaDerricka, LaDerrica and Derrick. In the summer of 2008, O'Bryant accepted the call to pastor of Zion Hill Primitive Baptist Church in Lakeland. He was ordained as a Primitive Baptist Elder on Sep.tember 13th by the South Florida Progressive Primitive Baptist District Association, Inc. Pastor O'Bryant lives by the motto: Obedience to the omnipotent, preac h ing the practical word, teaching the truth andfaithfu l to the family. The Morning W orship Experience participants were: the Deacon$, the Choir, the Ushers, Pastor O''Bryant and Dr. Joseph Howard, Speaker. ELDER O'BRYANT And FAMILY The Evening Worship Experience participants were: City-Wide Combined Choir, Elder Anthony J. Brown, Dr. Joseph Howard, Ill, Mother Helen Mallard, Sis. Salena Gant, Moderator Dr. Willie J. Williams, Presiding, South Florida Progressive Primitive Baptist Association, Zion H111 Church Family, Deacon Dr. Joseph Howard, Guest Messenger from Albany, GA, and his godson, Elder O'Bryant. William Mills, Chairman, Pastor Christopher D. O'Bryant, Closing Remarks and Benediction. Official Greetings from: Commissioner Justin Trolly, City; Chief Roger Boatner, Lakeland Police Dept.; Pastor E. T. Pickett, III, Ministerial Alliance; Bro. Silas Green, P.E.A.C.E. Ministry; and Don _Brown, NAACP.

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Rhema Family Fellowship News Rhema Family members will be celebrating the 2nd anniversary of Pastor/Teacher H B. Holmes and Evangelist/Prophetess Wanda Holmes at the Rhema Family Fellowship Center, 2935 U.S. 92 East. The following Apprecia tion Events at the center are as listed: January 30, 2009, February 7, 11, 13, 17, 18, 19 and 22, 2009. Come join in having a spiritually uplifting time praising the Lord and showing appreciation for this great duo. Hello A sincere hello to the fOllowing subscribers of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin via Gloria L. Jennings: Shalonda Lewis, Lauristine King, Beverly Boatwright, Gertrude Williams, Dorothy Robinson, Ashley Troutman, Lena Ford, Ms. Williams, 829 Texas Ave., Gussie Johnson, Harold Silas, Dea. and Mrs. Willard Scott, Geneva Ware, Stanley and Wendy Glover, Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Williams (Lessie), Lakeland/Bartow, Abyssinia M. B. Church, Pat Nelom, Nadine McFarland, Florida Mai Griffin, Mrs. Freddie Mae Woodson-Burton, Mrs. Jeanette Davis, Vera Owens, Betty Porter, Mr. George Cox, Jr., Mary Robinson, Glenda Charlene-Baker, Elizabeth Rhodes, Mary Shaw, Van ...aud Mildred Gladys Legget and Mrs. and Bernice Smith-Smith, who celebrate d 54 years of wedded bliss on January 2009; Debra Jlattle Jeraldine Attorney-At-Law Willis-Geter, Florida M. Hinson, Sadie Birt, Sonny and Peaches Lewis, Joyce Clayton, Vancilla GallmanWilliams, Rev. and Mrs. John G. Hooks (Denise), Rev. and Mrs. Pearce Ewings and family, Henry Rodmon, Jr., Carrie Spencer, George and Gertrude Figgs, Gloria Moore, Annette Dunn, Elizabeth (Liz) Rosier, Mary Nance, Quartermaster at Lakeland Police Department, Stacie Williams, Rev. Henry Simmons, Plant City, Theretha B. White, R. N., Jeanette Clemons, Mary Crawford, Latha Murphy-speed and Staphanie Franklin. History Making Hoping you enjoyed the history-making celebration on Tuesday, January 20, 2009 the Inauguration of the 44th President of the United States, President Barack Obama. Wasn't it awesome?! Family And Friends Day Sunday, February 15th at 11 a.m., New Mt. Zion will host their Annual Family And Friends Day. Each member is asked to invite their family and friends to come out and worship with them. Sister Beverly Boatwright is Chairperson. Gloria's Things & Other Things Quotes Trust thyself; every heart vibrates to that iron string. Ralph Wa1do Emerson One word frees us from all the weight and pain of life. The word is love. Sophocles 1920 E. IDIIHboroupAvenue 'Dunpa, FL 3l610 (813) 238-7400 Phone (813) 238-7404 Fax 11N hfrfn Alfrwyft' he*' hniK .. I nnl tlfc-INn n lhlil nuC t w .,,.,...,. i!Wtlfly U f tnn rifl\'erll*!nll!hlil. Y'"' deride, M ns ) O n frrt "1'IU'Iftl n rftrrntl llon "'""'' '"'r flnnlini'RiktnJII nrul f(I N'ffrn r Until 2008, I never imag ined an African-American serving as President of the United States of America. But the time has come. And the buzz was in the air! Not just in major cities, but in small ones, too. On Sunday afternoon, I learned that Mother Ruby Axson, who has been a resident of Polk City, Florida for fifty plus years, traveled to Washington, D.C. with her daughter, Evelyn Murphy. And she was just among hundreds of Polk County residents who made the journey to D.C., to witness President-Elect Barak Obama being sworn-in as the 44th President of the United States of America. To many residents age, race, nor religion seem to matter much; at this time ... they were just excited about the transition! God bless America! Bailey's 13! On Saturday, January 17th, the cafeteria of Berkley Charter School was trans formed into a celebration zone for former student, Bailey Davis. Bailey and her friends enjoyed lots of music and fun, as they cele brated her 13th birthday. Some of her guests were: Hunter Grant, Chandler Middlebrook, Devon Youna, DeionYouna, Deshaun Young, Morgan Hampton, Hannah DuUng, Sydney Bailey, Kara Quintlnella, Loaan Brown, Nathan Byrd, Braden Ortiz, Austin Ledford, Jonathan Holland, Will Davis and Michael Shaw II. Music was provided by a local DJ. On the menu was assorted cookies, chips & "The \thice of Our Community for lt.relf'' 1 3) 248192 1 dip, nachos & salsa and soda. Happy Birthday, Bailey! You are officially a 'Teenager'! Polk CountY School Counselor is National Mentor of the Year Donna Cross, a Guidance Counselor at Kathleen High School in Lakeland, was recently named 2008 Mentor of the Year by the Virginia-based Ron Brown Scholar Program. Nominated by Desiree Montgomery who served as the 2008 Kathleen High Salutatorian, Cross was selected from among-more than s,ooo high school counselors nominated nationally. Cross was involved with Kathleen High's guidancedepartment securing approximately $7.5 million in scholarship funds for Kathleen High students in a recent year. Montgomery was one of twenty students to be awarded a Ron Brown Scholar Program scholarship and one of approximately 1,000 students to-win .1-scholarship (Gates Millennium Scholarship) from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Cross was involved in assisting Montgomery to earn both prominent schol arships. Montgomery is currently a student at Southeastern University in Lakeland. Congratulations, Donna Cross on being the first recipient of the Ron Brown Scholar Program's 2008 Mentor of the Year award. Congratulations, JoMaina! ; Congratulations to native z Polk County gentleman) ; Ron Shepard d/b/a :a Jomama Johnson on < 1\) being chosen as a recipient of the 2009 24th annual N 0 Martin Luther King, Jr. o <0 Drum Major for Justice Award. Thanks for all that you do for the community! Servicehood ... a great rea son for being! Birthday Greetings Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a very Happy Belated Birthday wishes to Belinda Byrd of Winter Haven, who celebrated another natal day on January 6th_ Happy Birthday wishes are extended to :Master Lorenzo Byrd, Jr., the son of Elder Lorenzo Byrd and his Belinda; and to Lakeland Lady Judith Haggins who ., celebrated her natal day on 6 January-23rd, May the :a Lord bless each of you 'with 6 many, many more birth : days! m Shaw-Nuf Shout-out This week's Shaw-N: z m r' m c rr-z Shout-out is extended to Pastor Michael J. Toby and First Lady Vanessa Toby of True Hope Pentecostal Church of Tampa. May the blessings of the Lord continue to be C m upon you and your family! r-(i; :1: m 0 Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Naif Talk wants to hear from you. Share your exciting news and/or m :D photos of your celebrations, < special events, birthdays, -t c anniversaries, weddings, m family reunions, etc., with the readership of the Florida S entinel Bulletin and Shaw-N u Talk by sending an e-mail 0 to: s hawnuftal k@-yahoo,com or calling (863) 6 513-8437 HAVING PROBLEMS WITH YOUR CENT.RAL HEATING SYSTEM? .......... ..._ ..... -CALL .......

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0) Polk County News (W) N > a: <( :::: z <( .., a: LL c a: LL c z <( C C/) w :::: .... > a: w > w c w :r C/) :::; m :::: ll. z ffi _, _, :::: m I _, w z i= z w C/) 0 _, LL Reflections Bon vovaue Celebration Alzatie Brown with her case manager, Veronica Ledford who helped to coordinate the luncheon. Gober Villa resident Nan Campbell is shown with Ms. Alzatine BJ'OWn. "'rr-n and Concerned About Your Legal RlghtJ? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment AvaJiahlc W1th NO CREDIT CIIE< 'K Young, Chosen And on-The Move BY CYNTHIA E. Z_ORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist As a youth, he began to serve as a drummer at a church where his father was Pastor. As a teen, he began to worship the Lord through song. As a young adult, he is CEO of his own company, one that encourages youth and young adults to live a lifestyle of holiness and use their gift of song to praise and worship the Lord. A native of St. Petersburg, Florida, Dexter Phillips, 21, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Trendsetters, Inc., is moving forward by faith. Trendsetters, Inc. is being built on the message of gospel music and film pro duction. The company was launched in June 2008. J?!tillips shares that the vision of Trendsetters has been given to him, by the Lord, for Kingdom building while sending the message to all that it is a trend to be saved and live a lifestyle of holiness. Phillips is no stranger to what it takes to live a lifestyle of holiness. From birth, he was reared in the DEXTER PHILLIPS Church of God by Faith (COGBF) where he serves as Director of the Tampa West Coast District COGBF's Youth and Young Adult Choir. His parents, Elder Neal Phillips and R. Regina Phillips serve as Pastor and First Lady of Victory Temple COGBF in Lakeland, Florida, where Phillips is a faithful member. "My parents are my major advisors and greatest influences in this endeavor. God has put me around the right people for the foundation and contin ued growth of this company," stated Phillips. Though his family has a history of longevity in the COGBF, Phillips believes that Trendsetters is not about denomination, but is about bringing others into the Kingdom of God. Trendsetter's first m _ajor production was a Summer Gospel Jam Session, during the suipmer of 2008 that featured numerous local gospel singers. On October 17th and 18th, 2008, the company hosted its first Ministry of Music Conference. Trendsetters is currently working on a promotion for two local Christian artists. And this is just the beginning. Phillips is very optimistic about the future growth of Trendsetters, because he believes that this business has been ordained by God for this time. He and his staff members, Joseph Leath, Executive Vice President and Courtney Phillips, Secretary have a great work before them. But Phillips is confident that they are ready for the task. "We can do ALL things through Christ Jesus who strengthens us," stated Phillips. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. P. GIBBS. EsQ. MATIHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ.. THOMAS E. PARNElL NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. All SERlbUS INJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 WWW.GIBBSANDPARNELL.COM OUR fiRM IS RATED ''Ay BY MARTINDAlE-HUBBELl, THE HIGHEST RATING fOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORlDWIDE. lliriiiJ.I/{.-1 .Ill Dc!.idrlfr T'ltrJI .'ill<>lllr/,\'or /la1-N Upun Adwttti ... nl<'lfl, Drt,lrrfll ltm Ortri111 O..r (}llrtlijit'.tp
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Barack Hussein Obama, the 44th President of the United States approaches the stage as millions awaited his arrival to t a k e the o ath of office The high powered salute Aretha Franklin sings "My Country Tis of Thee" at the inauguMillions in D.C., and m ore milration lions at home watched and wept. The Oath Of Office nt ma takes t oath of office, while his wife, Michelle held the bible that President Abraham Lincoln used during his inauguration. The first children, M alia and Sasha stan d -.A l proudly with their parents. The new First Family share special moments during the Inauguration . 'T1 r-0 ::::D 0 )> C/) m z -f z m r;aJ c: r rm ::f z 'lJ c: aJ r-c;; % m 0 m < m ::::D -< -f c: m C/) 0 )> )> z 0 'TI ::::D 6

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Presidential Inauguration 2009 M' N * * * * * ,, > a: < ;:) z < Minutes Before The Hour >"' < c The Inaugural Address Of President Burack Obama i: My fellow citizens: LL. I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you have bestowed, mindful of the sacrifices borne by our ancestors. I thank President Bush for his serv ice to our nation, as well as the generosity and cooperation he has shown throughout this transition. Forty-four Americans have now taken the presidential oath. The words have been spoken during rising tides of prosperity and the still waters of peace. Yet, every so often the oath is taken amidst gathering clouds and raging storms. At these moments, America has carried on not simply because of the skill or vision of those in high office, but because We the People have remained faithful to the ideals of our forbearers, and true to our founding documents. So it has been. So it must be with this generation of Amer icans. That we are in the midst of crisis is now well understood. Our nation is at war, against a far-reaching network ofviolence and hatred. Our economy is badly weakened, a conse quence of greed and irresponsibility on the part of some, but also our collective failure to make hard choices and prepare the nation for a new age. Homes have been lost; jobs shed; businesses shuttered. Our health care is too costly; our schools fail too many; and each day brings further evidence that the ways we use energy strengthen our adver-sarles and threaten our planet. c These are the indicators of crisis, subject to data and staQ: tistics. Less measurable but no less profound is a sapping of LL. confidence across our land a nagging fear that America's c decline is inevitable, and that the next generation must Z lower its sights. < Today I say to you that the challenges we face are real. They are serious and they are many. They will not be met c easily or in a short span of. time. But know this, America -UJ they will be met. W On this day, we gather because we have chosen hope over fear, unity of purpose over conflict and discord. i!: On this day, we come to proclaim an end to the petty ... grievanCes and false promises, the recriminations and worn W out dogmas, that for far too lo ng have strangled our politics. We remain a young nation, but in the words of Scripture. c the time has come to set aside childish things. The time has W come to reaffirm our enduring spirit; to choose our better % history; to carry forward that precious gift, that noble idea, passed o n from generation to generation: the God-given CD promise that all are equal, all are free, and all deserve a ;:, chance to pursue their full measure of happiness. In reaffirming the greatness of our nation, we understand Z that greatness is never a given. It must be earned. Our jourffi ney n eve r been one of short-cuts or settling for less. It has not been the path for the faint-hearted -for those who prefer leisure over work, or seek only the pleasures of riches ;:, and fame. Rather, it bas been the risk-takers, the doers, the makers of things-some celebrated but more often men and w women obscure in their labor, who have carried us up the z long, rugged path towards pl"'Operity and freedom. F o r us, they packed up their few worldly possessions and Z traveled a cross ocean s in search of a new life. Porus, they toiled in sweatshops and settled the West; en-c( dured the lash of the whip and plowed the hard earth. c For us, they fought and died, in places like Concord and i: Gettysburg; Normandy and Khe Sahn. 0 Tune and again these men and women struggled and sacrificed and worked till their hands were raw so that we LL. might live a better life. They saw America as bigger than the sum of our individual ambitions; greater than all the differ ences of birth or wealth or faction. This is the journey we continue today. We remain the most prosperous, powerful nation on Earth. Our workers are no less productive than when this crisis began. Our minds are no less inventive, our goods and services no less needed than they were last week or last month or last year, Our capacity remains undiminished. But our time of standing pat, of protecting narrow i'nterests and putting off unpleasant decisions -that time has surely passed. Starting today, we must pick ourselves up, dust ourselves off, and begin again the work of remaking America. For everywhere we look, there is work to be done. The state of the economy calls for action, bold and swift, and we will act-not only to create new jobs, but to lay a new foun dation for growth. We wi ll build the roads and bridges, the electric grids and digital lines that feed our commerce and bind us together. We will restore science to its rightful place, and wield technology's wonders to raise health care's quality and lower its cost. We will harness the sun and the winds and the soil to fuel our cars and run our factories. And will transform our schools and colleges and univer sities to meet the demands of a new age. All this we can do. 0 And all this we will do. Now, there are some who question the scale of our ambiW tions -who suggest that our system cannot tolerate too CJ many big plans. Their memories are short. For they have forgotten what this country has done; what free men and women can achieve when imagination is joined to common purpose, and necessity to courage. What the cynics fail to understand is that the ground has shifted beneath them -that the stale political arguments that have consumed us for so long no longer apply. The question we ask today is not whether our government is too big or too small, but whether it works -whether it helps families find jobs at a de cent wage, care they can afford, a retire, ment that is dignified. Where the answer 1 is yes, we intend to move forward. Where the answer is no, programs will end. And those of us who manage the public's dollars will be held to account -to spend wisely, re form bad habits, and do our business in the light of day-because only then can we restore the vital trust between a people and their government. Nor is the question before us whether the market is a force for good or ill. Its power to generate wealth and expand freedom is unmatched, but this crisis has reminded us that without a watchful eye, the market can spin out of control -and that a nation cannot prosper long when it favors only the prosperous. The success of our economy has always depended not just on the size of our Gross Domestic but on the reach of our prosperity; on our ability to extend opportunity to every willing. heart -not out of charity, but because it is the surest route to our commongooq. As for our common defense, we reject as false the choice between our safety and our ideals. Our Founding Fathers, faced with perils we can scarcely imagine, drafted a charter to assure the rule of law and the rights of man, a charter expanded by the blood of Those ideals still light the world, and we will not give them up for expedience's sake. And so to aU other peoples and governments who are watching today, from the grandest capitals to the small vii lage where my father was hom: know that America is a friend of each nation and every man, woman, and child who seeJcs a future of peace and dignity, and that we are ready to lead once more. Recall that earlier xeneratioos faced down fascism and communism not just with missiles and tanks, but with sturdy alliances and enduring convictions. They understood that our power alone cannot protect us, nor does it entitle us to do as we please Instead, they knew that our power grows through its prudent use; our security emanates from the justness of our cause. the force of our example, the temperin& qualities of humility and restrainL We are the keepers of this legacy. Guided by these princi ples once more, we can meet those new threats that demand even puler effort even greater cooperation and understanding between nations. We will begin to respouibly leave Iraq to its people, and forge a hard-earned peace in A(ghanistan. Wrth old friends and fonner foes, we will work tirelessly to lessen the nuclear threat, and roll back the specter of a warming planet. We will not apologize for our way of life, nor will we waver in its defense, and for those who seek to advance their aims by inducing terror and slaughtering innocents, we say to you now that our spirit is stronger and cannot be broken; you cannot outlast us, and we will defeat you. For we know that our patchwork heritage is a strength, not a weakness. We are a nation of Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus-and non-believers. We are shaped by every language and culture, drawn from every end of this Earth; and because we have tasted the bitter swill of civil war and segregation, and from that dark chapter stronger and more united, we cannot help but believe that the old hatreds shall someday pass; that the lines of tribe shall soon dissolve; that as the world grows smaller, our common humanity shall reveal itself; and that America must play its role in ushering in a new era of peace. To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and mutual respect. To those leaders around the globe who seek to sow conflict, or blame their society's ills on the West -know that your people wiD judge you on what you can build, not what you destroy. To those who eling to power through comaption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist. To the people of poor nations, we pledge to work alongside you to make your farms flourish and let clean waters flow; to nourish starved bodies and feed hunary minds. And to those nations like ours that enjoy relative plenty, we say we can no longer afford indifference to suffering outside our borders; nor can we consume the world's resources without regard to effect. For the world has changed, and we must change with it. As we consider the road_ that unfolds before us, we rem em-ber wMb humble gratitude those brave Americans who, at this very hour, patrollar=ottdeserts and distant mountains. They have something to tell us-today, just as the fallen beroes who lie in Arlington whisper through the ages. We honor them not only because they are guardians of our liberty, but because they embody the spirit of service; a willingness to find meaning in something greater than themselves. And yet, at this moment a moment that will define a genemtioD -it i5 preaisely this spirit that must in-habit us an. -: For as much as government can do and must do, it is ultimately the faith and determination of the American people upon which nation relies. It is the kindness to take in a stranger when the levees break, the selflessness of workers who would rather cut their hours than see a friend lose their job which sees us through our darkest hours. It is the firefighter's courage to storm a stairway filled with smoke, but also a parent's willingness to nurture a child, that finaUy decides our fate. Our challeqes be new. The instruments with which we meet them may be new. But those values upon which our success depends -hard work and honesty, courage and fair play, tolerance and curiosity, loyalty and patriotismthese thinp are old. The9e things are true. They have been the quiet force of propess tbrou&hout our history. What is demanded then is a return to these truths. What is required of us now is a new era of responsibility -a recognition, on the put of every American, that we have duties to ourselves, our nation, and the wo rld duties that we do not grudgingly accept but rather seize g l a d ly, firm in the knowledge that there is nothi ng so satisfying t o the spirit, so defining of our character, than giving our a ll to a difficult task. This is the price and the promise of citizenship. This is the source of our confidence -the knowledge that God calls on us to shape an uncertain destiny. This is the meaning of our liberty and our creed -why men and women and children of every race and every faith can join in celebration across this magnificent mall, and why a man whose father less than sixty years ago might not have been served at a local restaurant can now stand before you to take a most sacred oath. So let us mark this day with remembrance, of who we are and how far we have traveled. In the year of America's birth, in the coldest of months, a small band of patriots huddled by dying campfires on the shores of an icy river. The capital was abandoned. The enemy was advancing. The snow was stained with blood. At a moment when the outcome of our revolution was most in doubt, the father of our nation ordered these words be read to the people: "Let it be told to the future world ... that in the depth of winter, when nothing but hope and virtue could survive ... that the city and the country, alarmed at one common danger, came forth to meet. America. In the face of our common dangers, in this winter of our hardship, let us remember these timeless words. With hope and virtue, let us brave once more the icy currents, and endure what storms may come. Let it be said by our children's children that when we were tested we refused to let this journey end, that We did not turn back nor did we falter; and with eyes fuced on the horizon and God's grace upon us, we carried forth that great gift of freedom and delivered it safely to future generations. Thank you, God bless you. And may God bless the United States of America.

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Yes We Did! President Baritck Obama gives his First Speech President Barack Obama gives the Hawaiian "shaka" or "hang loose" gesture during the inaugural parade when his high school band passed The world-renown Florida A&M Marching 100 waves and smiles from the President and President Obama gazes out of the window of his new car labeled "The First lady. Beast" enroute to the parade. Our newly elected President and First Lady kicked of the night with an appearance at the first-ever Neighborhood Ball, attended by everyday Americans. The gala was the first of ten balls the Obamas attended on Inauguration Night. Their Legacy Begins "TT :::tJ 0 }< )> z c )> :::tJ -< "' "' 0 0 CD "TT r 0 ::!! c ,. UJ m z m r I CJJ c r r m :::! z "'C c DJ r c;; m c m < m :::tJ -<. -f c m UJ c ,. z c "TT c

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Presidential Inauguration 2009 cw) N Tampa Chapter Jack & Jill Members Anend z Inauguration, Sponsors 2 GEMS iC u.. c a: u.. c z c( c en w ::::: .... w > w c w ::z::: en ::::; m ::::: L z iii ..J ..J ::::: m ..:.. w z i= z w en c( c iC 9 u.. The official portrait of President Barack Hussein Obama, 44th President of the United States. BY m.IS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Southeastern Region Greater Tampa Chapter of Jack & Jill of America, Inc., were among the thousands of people from florida who attended the Inauguration of Presideat.t z.Barack Obama. A total of 102 family members attended the historic event. For the past three years, the organization has planned regional trips for its members. Ms. Tangela D. DuPree is president of the Tampa Chapter. This year, Ms. Joli CooperNelson, one of the Chapter's mothers, suggest, ed that the group attend the Presidential Inauguration. Months before it was determined wh o the' 44th Preside.nt of-the' United States would be, the organization began plan s . Some or'the ofganization's members"served a:s the p_lanners .. o the event to make it a r:lality. A_fier t }leir plans w completed, .ae. membenf.le c ided .that. they would serve as the cat: alyst of a dreapt. come true young girls tO lnake the trip as well. 1 The two girls chosen .were Oluwatomi Adegbola and Martina Marshall, both 8th grade at Sligh Middle School, 1 Both young ladies are in the magnet program at Sligh Middle Sehool, both are Office Assistants, and members of .-.--. Girls Empowerecl . through MentorShip (GEMS) since its inception at the school last year. Addiiionally, the young ladies are members w of the Student Area Council (SAC), members of Health a,; Shown in this photograph from left to right (front row): Copathia Parrott (Sligh Middle School Educator), Sheila Padgett (Sligh Middle School Educator and member of Jack & Jill Greater Tampa), Yetunde Adegbola, mother of recipient), Oluwatomi Adegbola, recipient, Martina Marshall, recipient, Martine Whyte (mother of recipient), and Tangela Dupree (President of Jack & Jill Greater Tampa Chapter). Showri on the back row from left to right: Abiodun Adegbola (father of recipient) and Lynda Blair, ESQ (member of Jack & Jill Greater Tampa Chapter). Martina Marshall, left, Ms. Tangela Dupree, President of Greater Tampa Chapter Jack & JIU of America, Inc., center, and Oluwatomi Adegbola were photographed at Howard University. Occupations Students of America, and both plan to become physicians. In addition to providing airfare and hotel aocommo dations to the ilutqguration, the Greater Tampa Chapter provided them with gifts, such as gowns.for the ball, winter: cQats, eal'mu{fs1 -gloves, and other items needed for the frigid weather. i ,, being sponsored by Jack & Jill Southeastern Region. The young ladies were chosen because of their aca demic performance and positive attitudes. They have great faith, are bot\t Christians and feel overjoyed, honored, and truly blessed to be from 40 other young ladies. Both will be on program to share. their "experience at the Second Annuaf' (}EMS Luncheon 2009) that The girls: told of their gift d school on Friday, January 9th. Among those in attendance were Ms. :,, Copathia. Parrott, GEMS 8th Grade Sponsor, and Ms. Sheila Padgett, overall administrator of the progrtml' and a' Jack & Jill n1ember who was previousl,Y CO..sponsoric;l by GtMte'f''Tiitnpa Cliapter of'Jack & Jill"and Th'e Perfect Touch Accessories, Ip.corpora'Wd; accompanied them on the 1 trip. . I' I The. group was housed at' ', the R1tz Ca'l'lton. Among their many activities; the group attended the Pink1 White, and Blue Jack & Jill Children's Ball on January 20th and a host of activities Some of the attending the' ih"llui\iration were: Ms. Tangela D. DuPree, Dr.' Valerie Cherry, Ms. Joli Cobper.: Nelson, Ms. Tonya Crawley, Mi. Tamara Es'trill-Lett, Ms. Sheila Padgett, Ms. J oycelyn Hen1en, Ms. Tanya Hamilton, Ms. Brunetta Thurston, Ms. Betoria Martina Mmhai.f,-Jeit:;md Oluwatomi Adegbola are the two Sligh. Middle SChool GEMS.(Girls Empowered by Mentorship) who attended as guests of the Greater Tampa Chapter Jack & Jill of America, Inc. The young ladies are shown at the Greater Tampa Chapter Jack & Jill of America, Inc., Southeast Regions Children's Ball held at the Ritz Carlton in Pentagon City. Ms. Copathia Parrott, Sligh Mhtdle $cbool 8th grade tcacber. left; :: wtth"Ms. Sh'eila -Sligh Reading Resource teacher anll .member of Greater Tampa Chapter. Jack & JDl-of America, Inc. Michelle Dupree, a member of Greater Tampa Chapter Jack & Jill of America, Inc., is shown at the Children's Ball. Memben' of the Greater Tampa Chapter Jack &: Jill of America; Inc., are shown during a service project at the MLK Library In Washington DC, servlnz food to the "omeless. Slwwn from 1eft tO' i'laht MS. Tangela Dupree, president Greater Tampa Ot.pter Jack &: Jill of America, Inc., Cameron Padgett, member of Jack &: Jill, Martina Marshall, Oluwatoml aod Nolan.Padptt, memller of Jack&: Jill Teens Members of Greater Tampa Jack &: Jill of Ameriea, the Empolfered through MentorShlp), of people! at the Ms. Lisa tran Sterling, Ms. Poin'ter-Holmes, :!Ws." Vanessa Brown-Bennett, S&ft'oid, Ms. .heri. Ms. Kim Brown-Blount, M,s. Cbira Ms. Sophia Cherry, Ms. Wrlglit-Holloman, Judge Marla McQuay, Ms. Kay Charlene Honeywell, Ma. Smith, and their families.

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:%l 0 Presidential_lnauguration 2009 womeO Named To Post In Obama Administration c... )> z c: )> -'fransltiori Teain.--:: ::,. ed to Condoieezza Rice; is President Born' in Iran in i9s6, while a Rhodes Scholar and has Bar a c .. herfatheroperatedahospital earned from Obama wa.;; 9n . ,.. elected as doc.J;Qr.s .Ms. Q. 44th Presi-ing countries, Ms. Jarrett 43, has been dent of the graduated from Stanford named as the United States, he began Univer.sity with a B. A. in G e n e r a I h 1 h d h Co u n s e 1 selecting members of his Psyc 0 ogy. S e earne er '"" d f White House administration. Among those Juris orate. egree rom ... of Advisor, and chosen so far, are seven the University _Michigan Assistant to the President for African American women .. w Law School in 1981. who will serve in various '. 1991;'_ sne hired Personnel. Formerly the Election Observer in the capacities. Those _: Mie!aelle Robinson 2000 Zimbabwe Parliamen-Ms. Valerie Jarrett, 52, . ob..-a as A-mayoral assis-tary Electioris, Ms. Butts was chosen as ::_ tant bl Mayo'r Richard M. has served. as Counsel to the Senior-Daley. -. Senator Harris Wofford, Ad v i s or: Ms. Susan Rice, 44, has of Pennsylvania. She has Assistant' to been hired to seried as litigant and did pol-preside n t serve as U N icy-work for the NAACP Legal Obama for .Ambassador Defense and Educational Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama Fund, Inc. She also spent and Public Liaison. Administra-seven years working for Rep. Prior to accepting this position. She has Richard Gephardt, of tion, Ms. Jarrett was the spent the majority of her Missouri. Vice Chairperson of the career finding ways to pre-Born in 1965, Ms. Butts Board of Trustees at the vent violence by earned her B. A. Degree in University of Chicago, and pQverty, curing dtsease, and Political Science from the Chairperson of the Board of addressing climate change. University of North Carolina Trustees at the University. of During the Clinton at Chapel Hill and her law Chicago Medical Center. -Rice degree from Harvard Law She served as a Senior work-ed for the_ National School in 1991. Advisor to the Obama Security CounflF and the Ms. Desiree Rogers, 49, Campaign and is co-State .Deparrmeut:prlmarily was chosen to serve as the Chairperson of the Obama-on issues related to Africa: White House Social Biden Presidential Ms. Secretary. She most recently looking At Historical Events BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor January 20, 2009 will be recorded in history books as the Inauguration of the 44th President of the United States. It is a day that was cel ebrated by all Americans who believed that President Barack Obama would bring hope to an ailing country. However, for people of African decent, the meaning of the day was much more powerful in that this is the first time a person of African decent has been sworn into the highest office in the land. We will take a few moments to look back over the years of struggle and the events that took place on January 20th. In 2001, President GeoJ'Ie W. Bush appointed CoHn L Powell as the first Black Secretary of State. Atty. Cheryl Mills, as the White House Deputy Couasel, was the fint Black to argue an impeachment hear ing before the U.S. Senate, in 1999. She was the Counsel in the Senate Impeachment Hearing in the case of President William Clinton. In 1993, President William Clinton selected poet Maya An&elou as part of his inauguration. Ms. An&elou wrote an original poem for the event, becoming the fint poet to serve in that capacity. EMMEITTILL Beginning in 1968 after his assassination, Mrs. Coretta Scott King, widow of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., worked diligently to have a holiday named in his honor. In 1983, Praident Ronald Reapn signed the legislation making the third Monday in January as the official Dr. Kin& holi day. It took effect three years later on January 20, 1986. Dr. Kin& patterned his non-violent campaign after India's Pacifist, Mahatma Gandhi. Glmdhl was 11188-sinatid on January 30, 1948. Iri 1945, President Franldln D. ROOHVelt was inaugurated for his fourth term, becoming the only pres ident in history to do so. He is with introducing the "New .Deal" to help during the GreatDepression. President Roosevelt was aJ8o the first president to be inaugurated on January 20, 1937 The countr)''s first presi;den t, President Georse inaugurated on April 30, 1789, in New York City. The history pages are also filled with the unpleasant memories of slavery, lynch ing, and oppression. In 1900, Congressman H. White, R-North Carolina, proposed an Anti-Lynching Bill that died in committee. That same year, 105 African Americans were lynched. On August 28, 1955, 14year-old Emmett Louis Till was murdered. The teenager had been beaten, shot in the head, and thrown in the Tallahatchie River with a 75pound cotton gin fan tied to his neck with barbed wire. Fifty-three years later, now President Ranck Obama accepted the Democratic nomination on this day. Also August 28th, marked the 45th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther Klaa' famous "I Have A Drwam" speech delivered at the Uncoln Memorial. President OINama was 3 years old when the Civil Rights Act was passed. The act legally banished racial injustice. He was 7 years old when Dr. Kin& was assassi nated. The history books reflect decades of slavery, racism, and injustice. Now, those his tory books must also reflect that an African American is now the Executive and Chief of the United States of America. served as the Chief of 0 n I i n e Community Development for Allstate Financial, serving as President of Social Networking. Ms. R.ogers graduated from Wellesley College. Her husband, John W. Rogers, has also been chosen as the Co-Chairman of the Obama Inauguration. Ms. Melody Barnes has .-------. been chosen to fill the position of Director of Domestic 01 icy Adviser and the Director of the Domestic Policy Council, which coordinates the domestic policy making process in the White House. Ms. Barnes received her Bachelor's Degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received her law degree from the University of Michigan She is a member of the Board of Directors of The Constitution Project, Emily's List, and The Maya Angelou Public Charter School. :%l -< Ms. Mona Sutphen has 1\J been chosen c.J as the -Deputy Chief of Staff to President Obama. Prior to holding this position, she was a member of the ObamaBiden Presidential Transition. Ms. Sutphen is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the co-author of The Next American Century: How the U.S. Can Rise While Others Thrive. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and received her M.Sc. from the London School of Economics. President Obama has chosen Ms. Lisa P. Jackson as the head of the Environ-mental Protection -o.....;:'--!I;...J Agency. Ms. Jackson earned degrees in Chemical Engineering from Tulane University and Princeton University. I 0 :%l c )> (/) m z ::j z m r;ar c: I I Paul Sheehv, 111 Joins 600 Inaugural Scholars For Historic Event !!l z "1:J c: ar I Tampan PaulL. Sheehy, Ill, a sophomore student at Morehouse College, joined 6oo other scholars to attend the inauguration of President Bantck Obama. Paul, III was selected a National Youth Leadership lnaupral Scholar with presti gious Lead America to attend the Presidential Inauguration Conference in Washington, D. C. and the Youth Ball in honor of the 44t President of the United States. "It was an honor to be select ed to attend this Leadership Conference with young schol ars from around the country. It was a historical moment which I will never forget," he said. The son of Dr. Paul L and Mra. Debra Sheehy, Paul was selected a National Collegiate Scholar and invited to membership in the Vanguard Leadership Group, Morehouse Colleae Chapter. Paul was elected to the Morehouse Student Government ClaR Senate and has worked with the Ethics Paul L. Sheehy, Ill ls daown with Le.t America t.nlly ........... Reform and Budget :and Finance Committee. He volunteers in several charities and is an alumnus of the Greater Tampa Chapter Jack & Jill of America, Inc; In Atlanta, he attends church on campus. In Tampa, he attends St. Peter Claver and Beulah Baptist Church. Of his trip to the Inaupration, Paul, Ill says, "'This was c;; :::z:: m c m < m ll < -t c: m (/) c z 0 ., ll 6 the most lmportant event in my lifetime. The overall feeling Q of. hope, enthusiasm and m promise for the future was j:l extremely gratifying. n

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_____________________________________ .. -< A Call To Praver. FQr ThQ .. Natlon's 01 The Guards' i; z iE ... ..... .. On Friday, January_ 28rd will through all fiom 10 p.m: to 6 a.m ... at of the mUDidpalities ofthe the 'Onething Tampa Bay area." Center, 777 West Lnmsc:lbn Putor Fruster goes on Road in Brandon, Kingdom to boW J.egardless Worship will host -... o the party candidate pne of the most important that resident se1ected, the all night prayers Since its' duty to be a responsible 2006. Under part of-cbaDge still rests the leadership of the on the citizens . Sealor Pastor Robert This event ia just the "This is a clarion call for the intercessors in the area to join us for all night prayer. All are welcome to leaders, Republican or Democrat." regarding the "Changing of ::r1 the Guard" all night prayer service, please contact this service as we must join together to cover our The service will consist of prayer and worship throughout the night N Chanelle Brown of 8 Kingdom Worship Centre CD at (813) 546-2608. Academy Rep c .... Ta.,. For more information Academy Prep ofTampa V.M. Ybor Campus 1407 E. Columbus Drive (813) 248-5600 APPLICATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR Sth & 6th GRADE STUDENTS (Current 4th & 5th Graders) The Acadeniy Prep Center of Tampa olfers outstiAding private middle school education for to work hard to achieve their goals. Academy Prep '" Qll need-based tidl scholarships provided by the .,.. r-0 ::rl 0 m z -1 z m r;UI c rr-!!I ;z __ "111 c Ul r-and Breada Fruter, beginnmg of their efforts along wia. ot:hers .&om the tQ join the community community --. . A s -8th grade curriculum, including art, music & drama '-At least onehour of oiganiZed physical activity every day c;; % m 0 community, together and Allow one of from all over the area will the Bible's basic prinpples gather together to pray for of praying for those in Preldeat Barack leadership. The church Obama and his new anticipate that people adminiatration from everal different government,' .:.,tJ.e claominatiOIUI will coope"CJuuwinB of the GlMII'tb. pte topther in the prayer .AJtboa&h some may lOot center in order to pray at the lerrice 88 a way to specifically for the preli-only focu. on the nation's dent, his' family t the new first African American staft', economy, peace and Pu&or Bohen. other issues that are of assures other-constant concern to . .. Americans "At a time aueh 88 this, Panor Brenda Fruter the aU night prayer service hu been working dilipnt-is needed to cover an levels ly for yean in organizing of the pernment. Chanp this time of unity amongst will come through this new the\ the federal adminiatration and city ancl8Cl'Ois this nation. Mon. Caii81U: 1b 8ct1edule The Alle8ament Maximum class size of 1 s, with boys & girls in separate classrooms School in session up to 11 hours daily A rich & varied extra-cwrlcular program (activities include chess, dance, athletics, and karate) . : One Saturday field trip per mooth A three:-weelc summer study & activity session on civility & e
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Jl Presidential Inauguration 2009 c The Road To The Inauguration Tampan Doing His Part BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor In washington, D.C. The road to Washington, D C. was filled with Tampans, m a n y of whom started the trek on Friday. T h e i r mission? To b e a mong the mill i ons to wit nes s the i nauguration of the 44th p r es ident of the United S t ates Se v eral took the quick route o f flyin g w h i l e others thought the trip would be more enjoy able traveling wit h a group They were among 1,200 buses to converge on the city, many of them parked at RF K Sta dium Robert (Bob) and Marian M assey of Road Ready Tours loaded up buses from the park ing lot of K-Mart on Busch Blvd. Bennie Small sponsored a trip t h at l eft from the parking lot of Nathan B. Young Mid dle School with 102 pas sengers. Both groups made stops along the way to scoop up other riders in Lakeland, Ocala and Jacksonville. The ent o urage carried by Bennie S mall had 2 people who flew in to Tampa on Sunday from Jamaica to make the trip. Road Ready T-ours had passengers who came to Tampa from St. Pete, Sarasota, Ft. Myers and other cities. O ne group was housed at the Comfort Inn and the other at th e Sheraton both in Rich mond, VA. Road Ready Tours hosted a "meet and greet" for its passengers on January 10th at the Comfort Inn on Busch Blvd. More than 6o of their passen gers attended the event, gathered packets of information and received loads of other in formation from the Masseys about their trip on the road and their stay in Richmond and trip to Washington. Many of those on the road did not have tickets, but wanted to be among the thousands to wit ness the inauguration. Many of those making the trip were among the earlier backers of the lliinois Senator 2 years ago. Small started preparing for In Celebration Of Our the trip back in June. He at tended the Democratic Na tional Convention in Denver in August that gave him more of a desire to attend the inaugura tion. "There was so much elec tricity in the audience, I knew I had to be in Washington for this event." In the early '6os, Small par ticipated in some marches and sit-ins while a student at Ten nessee State. That was the beginning of his involvement in politics. The trip to Washington for the Tam pans was smooth. Rid ers complemented their coor dinators for well-planned trips. The Road Ready Tours group reached Washington at about 1 a. m. Tuesday morning for the inauguration. They were headed back to Tampa Wednesday morning. First African-American President I Former Tampan Lt. Commander Warren Judge, left, was busy doing his part in Washington, D C. Judge of the U.S. Coast Guard was the Military Assistant chosen to 'shadow' U. S. Trade Representative Designee Ron Kirk (ijrst Black Mayor of Dallas, TX). They were captured Sunday afternoon during the Inauguration Concert at the Lincoln Memorial. On the right is a Secret Service Agent "It took a lot ofblood, sweat and tears to get to where we are today, but just b e gun Today we begin in earnest the work of making sure that the world we leaue our children is just a little bit better than the one we inhabit today -President Barack Obama i Thank God That I Was Able To Go To Washington To Share In This Historic Event. (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200 1\) 1\) 0 0 (Q r-0 :!! c )> en m z ::t z m r;m c rrm z c m c en :I: m c m < m Jl < c m en c )> z c ., :0 0 )> ....._ C) m .... .... 0 "To God Be The G '------==-=.:..::...::.:...::.:.:.:....::.::.:2,_ ___ ...=:::==============.! ........

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Presidential ration 2009 N rt Tampans CommeOt 00 Their Inauguration Trip z < Frances Jennings left .., Tampa on a flight Friday 1: afternoon for the a: tion on Tuesday. "I just u. wanted to be in the city before the throng ol' people showed up," she smiled and said. Her return trip was Tuesday night. c a: LL c z < c 0 w ::') 1-rt w > w c w 0 ::J m ::') a. z ..J ..J ::') ID w z w 0 iE 0 ..J II. .... w Also flying out were Elder Michelle and Deacon Jesse Patty, Jarvis El-Amin, Senator Arthenia Joyner, Representative Betty Reed, Atty. Warren H. and Joan Dawson, Ruth Bell and her mother, Yvonne Duncan. Aaron Smith (retired), one of those on the Road Ready Tours bus, "always believed that Senator Obama would be the next president. I'm blessed, at my age, to be abl.e to attend this historic event." Retired educator Betty L. Kinsey never thought she'd witness the inauguration of an African American President. "Now that it has happened, I consider it an honor just to. be in the city when it occurs. I want to enjoy the moment and celebrate with millions of others." Another retired educator, Eloise Crump took the trip so that she could be a witness to true American History. Retired residents, Joe and Cecelia Cambridge wanted to make the trip to Washington to be a part of the election of the first Black President. Linda Callejas, a researcher at USF, had to witness the swearing in. "I supported President Obama from the very start, shook his hand here in Tampa and I just had to CJ Gladys Overall wu one of the coordlnaton and guldea for if thetrip. see him sworn in. I wanted to personally witness this event." Former Tampan, Karen Hayes, who resides in the D. C. area, made her way to the inauguration area about 1 a. m. She was among those who did not have tickets, but felt it was important that she witness the swearing in. "I live up here and have gotten used to the cold, but it was so awfully cold Tuesday morn ing, especially the ground. Even at that, the inauguration ceremony was worth. bearing the cold." Mia Gifford, a student, says, it feels like you're watching history being written right in front of you and I'm glad that I had a part in seeing what that feels like." Mary Keeton-a retired edu-Fred Hearna and Dr. Aaron Smith enjoyed the hlatory lesson they learned on the trip. Samuel Martin and Suaan D. were eXdted to be amona thoae maklna the trip to WuhJnaton. BETI'Y KINSEY cator, said she, too, took the bus ride to Washington be a part of history and to embrace, with my eye.s and heart, a .true Black man being held up instead of being held down." Jean Tim: "I knew that this trip would be the trip in a lifetime. My grandbaby, Erica Linn, will be able to say when she gets older, 'my Nana was at the inauguration, too'." Ms. Darrell Vinson (Mickey) was born on November 4, 1953, which is a history moment for her. The day a Black man was elected President of the United States, she became a senior citizen. "That was my birthday wish that Obama be elected President." Willie M. Williams: "This is history in the making and I'm glad to be a part of it. I never thought the world would see a Black man in the White House, -but when God is in control, nothing is impossi ble. R. Jewell Eddings, who is employed by the State of Florida, said that by being in the crowd she experi-enced the exuberance that TV cannot deliver. Emma Smith, who is employed by the Board of County Commissioners: "we have come a long ways to have a Black President. rm very excited about all of this." The photos show some of those who went on the trip with Road Ready Tours. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Editor Gwen Hayes can be reached at (813) 2481921, or editoT
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Edgecomb Cour1houae 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at t 0:00 A M (NOTICE: Please caD (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to v.1ty sale location) Dated this ZJb day of J1nym 2001. Slgnaturw by: LAUREN D. MERRm Deputy Cleft! PAT FRANK Cleft! of Cln:uK Court of Hlllaborougtl County, Florida you.,.. a penon with who naeda any accommodation In order to partlclplta In tllla procMdlng, you arw anUtlad, at no coat to you, to the pnwlslon of certain aalatanca. Plana contact tlla Clartl'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, flt13t-271-1100, axtanalon 4201, two daya prior to the data the MrVIc:a Ia nMdad; If you arw haartng or yoke Impaired, call711. NOTICE OF APPUCA T10N FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC a2ft the holder al the following C*tllcale 11M fled Aid cer tificate for a tax deed to ba lnued thereon. The certlllcale number and yeer of iuuanca,tha daactlptlon of the property, and the n.Na WI which II-aMSMCI are folowa: F<*l No.: onMt.o7oo Cerjlllcale No.: 120111-GI FIB No.: 2001-130 'Y1IIIi' alluuanca: 2006 .rsl' Oeacrtpllon of Property: "FT OF W1320 FT OF S l %LESS RO RIW SEC-'f'IM>-RGE: 531-20 ; SUBJECT TO ALL outsTANDING TAXES In which aaMSMCI: DAVID R WOLF Said property baing In the County of Hlllaborough, SIIU al Florida. Un!Na auch Cllt1lllcale shaft ba redwnied according to laW the property daacrtbed WI auch cat1Jflc:ale ahall ba 101c1 to the highest bidder Ill the Jury Audltortum, 2nd FlOor Geotga E. Edgecomb Courlhouaa 800 Eaat Twlggl Strlllll, Tampa, P'L 33802 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Plaae call (813) 278-8100 ext. 4609 to verity sale location) DNd thlalJb day al Janyarv 2001 llgnaturw by: LAUREN D.MERRm Deputy Cleric PAT FRANK Cleric of Cln:un Court of Hilla borouGh County, Flortda If you arw a penon wttt1 a disability who naada any accommodaUon In order to participate In tllla prooeacllng, you are entitled, It no coat to you, to the provlalon of caftlln nalallnca. Plana contact the Clarll'a ADA Coordinator, 101 I. 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Unless such certificate ahall be redeemed according to law the property desaibed in such certifiCate Shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury AudltGralm, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouae 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Pleaaa caa (813) 276-StOO ext 4809to v.1ty sale location). Dated thla al J1nU1rv 2001 Slgnaturw by: LAUREN D. MERRm Deputy Clartc PAT FRANK Clark of Cln:uK Court of Hlllaborough County, Flortda If you are a paraon with a dlaablllty who naada any accommodation In order to partlclpata In thla procaadlng, you .,.. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon of certain aulatanca. Pleaaa contact the Clartl'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, l"lortda, (IU) 271..a100, ntanalon UOI, two working daya prior to the data tha aarvlca Ia naedad; If you ,,.. haartng or Olea lmpatiM, can 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION I"'R TAX DEED NOTICE IS HER1!8Y GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC fttll the hOlder al the following cartlflceta haa flied "ld cartlncata for a tax daaa lo be lnuad thereon. The Clllllllcala number and year al ltauance, the daiCitplion of the propllt1y and the rwnn WI whicfl I wu -.aed are followl: Folio No.: 06&021.5371 Cartlllcate No.: 111217-08 Fila No.: 2001-131 HX v .. aii.,.,_;.20M Daacrfptlon o(Propart'f: PRESIDENTIAL MANOR L01"'21 BLOCKH PLAT 11001-RGE : 24-3t-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which aaaeased JOSEPH S. OLADELL Said property being In the County of Hollsborough State of Florida Unless auch certificate ahall be redeemed according to law the property deaaibed in scch certifiCate ahall be IOicl to the highest bidder at the Jury Audortum, 2nd Floor. George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th d1y of February, 2009, Ill 10 :00 A M (NOTICE: Plaaae ca.l (813) 276-StOO ext 4809 to verity sale locallon) DNd thla lJb day al Jany1rv 2001 Slgnaturw by: LAUREN D. MERRm Deputy Cleric PAT FRANK Clark of Cln:uK Court of Hlltaborough County. Florida If you arw a paraon wltfl 1 disability who nMda any -modllllon In order to participate In t111a procMdlng. you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the pnwlalon of car1aln -latanca. Pta contact the Clartl'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida (Ill) 271-1100, aatanalon UOI, two working daya prior to the data the aarvlca Ia naedad; If ,au arw haartng or Yoke lmpalrM, call711. NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DaD NOTICE IS HEftEIY GIVIN, that SAUTERNES V LLC ln211 the hOlder of the following cartlflcata haa Iliad said certificate for a tu dead to be laauad thereon. The certlllc*a number and year al l aauance the daactlpllon or lha property and In Mllc:fl wu -aaad -.. followl: F<*l No.: 0607H.0471 Certlllcale No.: Fill No.: 2001-132 Y .. or,_: 2001 Oaacrtpllon of Property: TRACT DESC AS BEG 398 90 .FTWOF NECOROF NE %OF NE )4 AND RUN S 301 96 FT E 398 90 FT N 15FT W258. 90 FT N 288 .87 FT AND W 140FT TO POB LESS E 30FT FOR RIW SEC'f'IM>-RGE : 111-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In \k:h .... ssed : RONALDJ. MAYNE Said baing In the County of HIBboroUgh, State al Florida Un...; aUc:n ll8ltlflcala w be rwda.ned IICCOrdWig to laW the propar1y daaaibad In IUCh cartl!ata allall ba IOicl to the hlghaat bidder Ill the Jury Audltortum, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouaa 800 Et Twlgga S treet Tampa, FL 331102 on the 28th day al February 2009, at 10 :00 A M (NOTICE : Plaaaa oall (813) 278-8100 ext 4609 to vartty sale location) Dated thlllJb day al Januarv. 2001 Signature by: LAUfti!N D MERRITT Deputy Cleric PAT FRANK Cleric of Cln:uK Court of Hlllaborough County, l"lortda If you arw a peraon with a dlaablllty who liNda any ac:commodaUOn In order to partlclpeta In lhla procatdlng, you ,,.. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon of certain aaalatlnca. Plaua contact the Clark' a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, l"lortda, (IU) 271, axtanalon 4208, two working daya prior to the data the aervlca Ia naedad ; If you arw haartng or volcalmpalrad, oall711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC iJ2289 the holder of the following certificate hu filed aald certificate for a tax dead to be laaued thereon The certJficale number and year of luuance, the of the property, and the names In which H waa aaeaed are as follows: Folio No.: 082307.0000 CertifiCIIIe No.: 1171117-08 Fila No.: 2001-121 Year of lsiUance : 2008 Description of Property : N% OF NW Y. LESS N 208.75 FT OF S 258 75 FT OF E 208 75 FT THEREOF OF SEC 28 SEC'f'IM>-RGE : 28-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which aessed: ROSEMARY CONKEY ROSS A. FERTIC Slid property being In the County o f Hollsborough State of Florida Unless IUCh certificate ahaM be according to law the property deaaibed in IUCh certiticate ahaA be aold to the highell b i dder at the Jury Audltortum, 2nd Floor George E EdQIICOmb Cour1houae 800 East Twi ggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 261h day al February 2009, Ill 10:00 A M (NOTICE: Pleaae caP (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity .... location) Dated thla ZJb day al JanUirv 2001 Signature by: LAUREN D. MERRm Deputy Cleft! PAT FRANK Clark of Cln:ult Coutt of HlllabOrOUgh Counfr, Florida If you ..... person with dlllblllty who nMde any accomiiiOddon In to patt1c1peta In thla p1 a c 1 a Ill 111o ,au -entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon of certain 118latanca '"'contact the Clartl'l ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, l'lorfdl, (IU) 271-1100, ntenalon 4201, two working deya prior to the data the aarvlca Ia neadad; If you arw haar1ng or Olea Impaired, c.al71t. NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVI!N, that SAUTERNES V LLC ln211 the hOlder al the following certificate hea Iliad aald certificate for a t .. dead to ba l aauad lheraon. The Cllr1llcale numb and ye.-ol luuance, the daactlptlon of the propllt1y and the namn In which I wu ISMaaed -.. followl : 'Folie No.: 010815.0000 ....... ..;.. Oeacrlptlon of Propar1y: Eet FT OFN 138Ft OF S532FTOFW"OFNW )401' NWMOF SEC-1'\W-RcaE: 17-J&-20 SUBJI!CT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXIS JAMES E SHAFER Slid property being In the County of Hlllaborough, Stlte of Florida Unlasa IUCh cartlllcale llhall be red..ned according to law the property daac:rlbad In auch cartlllcata lhaP be IOid lo the hlghaat bidder at the Jury Audltortum, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouaa 800 Eat Twlgga Straat Tampa, FL 33102 on the 26th day al February, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Plaua oaH (8t3) 278-8100 ext 48011 to wrtry .... IOcallon). Ollld IIlii Z!b day al Janyi!'V, 2001, Signature by: LAUREN D. MERRm PATI'RANK Clark of Cln:ult Court of Hlnebof'ough County, l'lortda If you erw a pereon wltfl a dlaablllty who nMda any accommodltlon In order to partiOipata In tflla procMdlng, you arw a'ntltlad, at no colt to you, to the provlalon of certain aulatanca. Plaaaa contact the Clartl'l ADA Coordlnltor, tot E. Kennedy llvd., Tlmpa, l"lor1da, (Its) 271, .. tanalon 4201, two working daya prior to the data thtt aarvlca 11 naedad; If JOU .,.. haartng or voice lmpalrM, call 711. NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC ir2289 the holder of the following certificate haa flied aald certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and ye.-of Issuance, the daaaiptlon altha property, and the names n which K was assesaed are as follows : Folio No.: 014660.0000 Certifocate No.: 111202-08 File No.: 2001-121 Year of Issuance: 2006 Description of Property: PERRYWOOD LOTS 56,57, 58 AND 69 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 20/13 SEC'f'IM>-RGE: SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( s) WI which 1aaessed: MARSHEL P HENDRY, JOSEPH A HENDRY ROBERT C. HENDRY, LINDA WALKER, SAMUEL HENDRY, JUAN HENDRY WILLIAMS LEONARD HENDRY Said property being in the County or State al Florida. Unleu auch certlflcale ahal be redeemed according to law the property described in such certifiC8te ahall be sold to the highest b i dder Ill the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgealmb Cour1hOuM 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of FebNary, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : PleaM cal (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity .... location). Dated this ZJb day al JIJnuarv, zoot Slgnaturw by: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clartt If you are a person with a dlublllty who naada any ICCOIIImodlltlon In to pattidpata In tNa procaaclug, you -entitled, at no coat to you, to the pnMalon of certain -lata-. ..,.... contlct tfla Clartl'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Knnedy Blvd., Tampa, Flortde, (113) 271-atH, axtanalon 4201, two working d1ya prior to tlla data the aarvk:e Ia naaclad; If ,au -haartng Olea Impaired. cal71,. NOTICE OF APPUCA TION I"'R TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC ft211 the holder of the following certificate haa Iliad aa l d certificate for a tax dead to be Issued tharwon numb and yell' Issuance the deaaiptkln altha property and the n.Na WI which I--Sled are asfollowl: Folio No.: 064732.0020 Cat1licale No.: 111221-GI Fill No.: 200t-131 Y .. allasuanca: 2006 Oeac rlptlon of Property: COMM AT NW COR OF NE '14 OF NE '14 RUNE 10 68 FT S 748 78 FT E 192 FT TO POB RUN N 209 .611 FT E 104FT S 209 .611 FT W ta. FT TO POB SEC 04-29-20 SEC-'f'IM>-RGE : 04-29-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) WI which aaaaued: JAMES MADDOCKS Slid property baing In the County of Hlllaborough State al Florida. UnlaU IUch cartlllcalllhll ba radaemad according to law the property deac:rlbad In auch certlllcale &hall ba IOid lo the hlghaat bidder .t the Jury Auditorium, 2nd FlOor, Georv E Edl)acomb Cour1houaa 800 Eat Twlgga StrHt, T1mpa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Plaaaa cal (813) 278-8100 ext 4609 to vartl'y .... location) Dated thla lJil day aiJinyMy IOQ), llgnaturw by: LAUIU!N D. MERRITT Deputy Clartt PATI'MNK Cle111 of Cln:uK Court of Hllllbof'oullh County, Florid If you are a paraon with a dlaablllty who naada any accommodapon In order to participate In thla procHcllng, you era antltlad, at no cott to you, to the provlelon of cartatn lsllnca. Plaaae contact the Clartl'e ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, l"lorfda, (IU) 271, ntanalon 4101, two working daye prior to the data the aanrk:a Ia naadad; If you .,.. haartng volcalmpalrad, call7t1. ., ., :::0 a c.. > z c:: > N N 0 0 CD ., r-0 :::0 a > en m z -t z m r-1 m c: ... ... m -t z ., c: m r-c;; m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c 'TI c Ci) m .... h

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Q ii! I.L Q z II( c en w ;:::) .... w > w c w :::c en :J m ;:::) Q, z w ..J ..J ;:::) m ..J w z z w en ii! g I.L NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC #2289 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certifiCIIIe number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names In which It was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 055111.0200 Cartillcate No.: File No.: 2009-131HX Year of issuance: 2001 o.scrtptlcin of Proll'flY: RUSKIN COLONY FARMS 1ST EXTENSION N M OF TRACT 528 LESS W 458 FT THEREOF LESS N 13FT FORRORJW PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 08124 SEC-T'I*-RGE: 15-32-1 8 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nmle{l) In which -..cl: JOSE F. SUAREZ DELORES SUAREZ Said property being In the County of Hlhborough, Stale ol Florida. U*ss IUCh certtnCat. lhall be l1ldHrned ecconllng to l8w the property deacribecl In IUCh certlllcale ... be eold to the highest bidder 81 the Jury Audlorlum. 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb CourthouH 800 Eat Twlggl Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day .of February, 2009, 81 10:00 A .M. (NOTICE: Please cal (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 sale location). Dated this Zlb day ol .llnUirv 2001 Slgn.ture by: LAUREN 0. IIERRm Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clertt of Clrc:ult Court of Hlllabotough County, Florida If you are a perwon with a dlubiUty wllo needs any KCOIIImodatlon In order to partlclpatla In thla procMdlng, you .... entitled, at no coat to you, to tha provision of certain aalatanc:e. PIMH contact tha Clerll'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Btvd., Tampa, l'lorlcla, (113) 271-1100, extenaron 4201, two wortllng daya prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are '-ring or voice Impaired. call 711. NOTICE OF APPUCA T10N FORTAXOEED NOTICE IS HERIBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES Y LLC 112211 the holder ol the following certlflcete has filed aald certificate for a talc deed to be luued thereOn. The c:ertllcale number and ,.... ol isauance, the description at the property. and the IWIWSil which I-8IHIHd are alolaws: Folo No.: 01111100.0000 Certllcale No.: 117141-01 Fie No.: 2001-140 Y-o1 '--: 2001 Dnc:rlptlon o( Property: MAP OF LOT14 PLAT BOOKIPAOE: OSI75 01-32-18 SUBJeCT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nlme(l)lri "'*" .....S: KATHY II. KCUN1 Selcl property being In the c:-.tJ o( ... .......... ................. lacconlllll to ..... prop8lty deecrllled In ......... to .. 11111*1 tlidder .. the Jury AudiDrtilm. 2M I'IDOr, E. !clgecgnl c:-tlcMe 100 !ail an.., T....,I'L S3IOZ ay of l'ellnlary, 2oot, at 10:00 A .M. NOTICE: Plaaa cal (113) 27N100 c ... .., .. IDOIIIan). 1111Dl411rol I -........ .,: LAUMiiD ...wrT .,.,..., Cllltl ,ATPIWM C... tACIINI e-ttA ......... c..Mr ....... ,.. .. a,.,_ wlilt a ....... IIIMI.., llliiMMIIIII 1111 --.... IS In .... lifllli ... ,.. .. nUtiH, al ne ... le ye111, tile ............... I 11M Clertl'e ADA COeniiMier, 101 I. IIWd., T,a, Plo,.._ (Ita) 271H, eillflllon 4201, two .,.,... ............... Ia MHH; If yo11 ate Mwlftt or voice .......... __ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC #2289 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of Issuance, the description of the property. and the names In which tt was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 058780.0000 Certificate No.: 117453-0e File No.: 2009 Year of Issuance: 2001 Description of Property: FROM SE COR OF SEC 36 RUNS 89DEG22 MIN41 ., SEC W 4429.24 FJ" FOR P08 THEN RUN N 41 DEG 58 MIN 52 SEC e 164.08 FT S 40 OEG 50 MIN 59 SEC E 251.97 FT S 41 OEG 58 MIN 52 SEC W102.73 FT AND S 89 OEG 22 MIN 41 SEC W 339.14 FT TO BEG LESS THAT PT LYING WTHIN S 320 FT OF SEC SEC-TWP-RGE: 3&-32-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nmle(a) In wlllch MMSHd: NORMA Y. 8ENITIZ Said property being In the County of Hllllborough, Stale of Florkla. Unleu IUCh certillc:ate lhall be redewned ecconllng to l8w the property deiCribed In IUCh cer1lllcale lhall be eold to the hlghelt bidder 81 the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 600 Eut Twlgga Street, Tampa, FL 33102 on the 26th day ol February, 2009, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please caM (813) 278-8100 ext 4809 to vwtty sale location). Dated this Z1b day of JtnUirv 2001 Signature by: LAUREN D. IIIERRm Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clertt at Clrc:ult Court of Hlllaborough County, Florida If you .... a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to p11rtlclp11te In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon o( certain -latance. contact the Clertl'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tamp11, l'lorlda, (113) 271-1100, ntanalon 42011, two working days prior to the data the aervlce Ia needed; If you .,. hHttng or voice Impaired, call711. FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC 11220 the holder of the follOwing certificate hu filed uid certificate for a tax deed to be luued thereon. The cartlllc:ale number.-.!,.. ol iaauance. the at the property and the I1IIT1eS In which -aaaaed ..... a follows : Folo No.: OIIUM.OOOO Certllcale No.: 1171-Fie No.: 2001-141HX Y-at'--: 2001 Daecrtp
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,. FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF JASON AUEN ROWE DECEASED File No.: 08-3110 Division: A NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of JASON ALLEN ROWE, deceased, whose date of death was November 4, 2008, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is P 0. Box 1110, Tampa, Florida 33601 The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against the decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors Of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION' 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA' PROBATE CODE WILL BE l FOREVER BARRED. -NOTWITHSTANDING THE t TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE: DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this Notice is JanuaJY 23. 2009. Attorney for Personal Representative: JAMES G. HAHL Florida Bar No. 0256552 Van Houten, Ponder &Hahl, PA. 114-Setfth Palmetto Avenue Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Telephone : ( 386) 257-1n7 Fax: (386) Pei"'Inal Representative: MARGARET MILLETT 1855 Baker Street, NE Palm Bay FL 32907 Small Daycare looking For Full-Time Daycare Wori
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