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r-------------------------------------------------------------8 Features Donations Needed For Tampa Businesswoman ('1) > a: ::> z "") c a: u. Q a: IL. Q z < Q U) w ::> 1-w > w c w ::z:: en :::i en ::> Cl. z w ...1 ..J ::> en I ..J w z z w U) t3 a: 0 ..J IL. Former-Middleton Grid Star Passes It's always amazing how you can know a person most of your life, and never know their real name. This can be said of 'Two Man.' 'Two Man' (Andrew James, Jr.) was a wellknown two-sports star at Middleton High School during the late 1960s and early 1970s. On Friday as he sat in front of the computer in his home, he suffered a stroke. He was hospitalized, and on a respirator. Two Man would have been 56 February 9th. Two Man started playing football on the playground at Fair Oaks with his childhood friends, L. B. Anderson, Andrew Frazier, Wallace Langston, and others. "He really didn't conie into his own until he reached N. B. Young Junior High School," recalls his father, Andrew James, Sr. "At Young, he played quarterback and later went ANDREW JAMES "Two Man" on to Middleton with the same group he played with during his childhood. He attended Southern University, but never played any sports there." Mr. James said his mother gave his son his well-known nickname. "She was always giving someone a nickname, and that's the one she selected fo. r him. We don't know why she started calling him "Two Man," but it stuck throughout his childhood and into his adult life Two Man was really involved in his faith, according to Mr. James, and was a devout Jehovah's Witness and an Elder. "What shocked all of us was the fact that he was always very active and worked out all the time," said Mr. James. "None of us saw this coming, and we are still shocked." Mr. James said his son always loved sports, but enjoyed spending time with his children more. "He was very serious about his family and had a lot of admirers." Two Man is married to Elaine James, and the couple and has two children. He also has two sib lings Aiken's Funeral Home will assist the family with arrangements for a service. MRS. FELICIA WINTONS TAYLOR An account has been opened at a local bank to help offset medical and personnel costs for a Tampa businesswoman stricken with breast cancer. Eight sorors of Mrs. Felecia Wintons Taylor, who celebrated her 50th birthday on January 29th, are asking the community for assistance. Mrs. Wintons Taylor is currently in the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit, at Brandon Regional Hospital, where she is expected to undergo additional surgery and chemotherapy treatments. Her sister, Dr. Donna James said during a telephone interview, "She is getting stronger everyday. "She had a really good day on W ednesday and we are asking the community to continue with the positive prayers. She still can't have any visitors, but we appreciate the telephone calls and ask that everyone continue to pray for her speedy recovery." A native of Lake City, Florida, Mrs. Wintons Taylor owned and operated Books For Thought in Temple Terrace for more than 20 years. The bookstore closed in 2006 A graduate of the University of South Florida, Mrs. Wintons Taylor has resided in Tampa fo_r nearly 30 years. A member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Mrs. Wintons Taylor is married to Rev. Nathan Taylor, pastor of Prevailing Word Church. The couple was in the process of opening a new Christian school, when she became ill. Mrs. Wintons Taylor is among the millions of Americans without health insurance. "Our prayers are that God will heal Felecia of this serious disease. In. the meantime, she h _as expens es that we can help her offset while she recovers. We hope everyone will give generously to help Felecia. This is such a worthwhile cause," said Ms. Cathy Edwards, of Ft. Lauderdale, one of the fund's eight sorors spearheading the fundraiser. "We want to raise $10,000 immediately, to help offset her medical and personal expenses while she recovers. We want to do everything we can to help her and her family during this trying time," Ms. Valetta Chaney added. "Felecia's been a good friend to many of us for decades, and she's such an outstanding asset to the community," Ms. Anita Lewis, Co-Chairperson of St. Petersburg said. Checks can be n1ade payable to: Felecia Wintons Taylor, for Account Number 49429167 47. Direct deposits can be made in this account at any Washington Mutual Bank, in Florida. Or, mail to: Felecia Wintons Taylor, c/o Washington Mutual Bank 2802 E. F.Ietcher Ave. Tampa, FL 83612. However, the account will close on February 7th, the group said. The Washington Mutual Bank will administer the proceeds. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or byemail iholton@flsentinel ..mi11

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.,. Feature :!! c Super Bowl Dll MVP Doug Williams Talks About The Super Bowl Then And Now c:.. )> z c: )> :::c < t.) 9 Doug Williams is the player that shattered the myth, 'that Black quarterbacks could not win at the highest level'. His unforgettable performance in Super Bowl XXII, 21 years ago, is still talked about as if it happened last Sunday. Never one to shy away from a challenge, or go along with the norm, Williams will be the first to tell you that his life has gone full circle. He was drafted in 1978 in the first round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers -the highest position for a Black quarterback up to that point. Doug led the Bucs to 3 playoff appearances, including a trip to the 1979 NFC championship. In 1982, after a bitter contract dispute with former team owner, Hugh Culverhouse, Williams left for the USFL ln 1987, when finally released from his Buccaneer contract, Williams was signed by the Redskins. He started the as a backup, but led the team to 3 victories eff the bench. He -became the. starter for the playoffs Super Bowl XXII-, and the is histo-rY: . . passed for 340 yar&, thtew 4 touchdown p asses; a 'nd was the game's MVP jn the 42-10 victory against: the Denver BroncdS . . Still blaZing a trail for people <>f coior ... Williams is now an exec .utive with the / team where he got his start, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As .Tampa Bay rolls out the red carpet for Super Bowl XLIII, and the community proudly sticks its chest out as Steelers head coach, Mike Tomlin steps on the field of his coaching roots, Doug, busier than ever, can look out his office window and reminisce and reflect. Looking back, Williams said what's changed since Super Bowl.XXII is the money, security anc,l commercialization pf the game ; "It's really gotten more sophisticated. A lot of things have attributed to it, includ ing economics." Back in 1988, the tickets were around $8o, now they cost $8oo. 1\) 0 stand the significance of what I'd done until I got older. "Now, I've seen Tony Dungy and Lovie Smith in Super Bowl XLI and now, Mike Tomlin in this Super Bowl. Coach Rob's words are ringing in my ears. I now realize the impact I had on the game." I think the game is the greatest, and the changes were needed, because the game has reached a new level." Williams is married and is the father of 7 children. Doug Williams returns to his coaching roots to lead his team, walking the path He lives in Tampa, but maintains a home in his -n hometown of Zachary, b Louisiana. He will assume :::C more duties in his g role with the Tampa Bay 0 Buccaneers this upcoming days away. One of the things he remembers most about the actual game on January 31, 1988, was the 10-o deficit his team had to tackle after twisting his knee toward the end of the first quarter. Williams said his first thought was getting off the turf, then, would he be able to finish the game. "First, l just laid there and didn't move. Once I got back on my feet and had a chance to stand on it, I knew. I would finish the game. I just had to make sure. nothing was moving around in there. "Playing in pain was noth ing new for me. I have done it my entire life. I played a game with my jaw wired shut,; and it doesn't get any tougher than that." Once victory was assured, Williams said one of his first thoughts was to tell a 1 lot of people where to go. "I had gotten so much hate mail and nasty phone calls prior to the game. It changed my mood and I could have reacted negatively, but I knew that would be out of character for me Another sign of change, was the infamous moment during Media Day, when a white reporter asked Doug the alleged question, "How long have you been a Black quarterback?" "My preparation for the game was no different. In spite of the questions, I just kept ,the media out of my game preparation to elimi nate the distractions." Williams said the biggest difference between the Super Bowl he played in and this one, is, 'he's not playing in this one.' The most profound memory though was after the historic game. "After the game, I remember walking with my helmet in the air. I remember meet ing Coach Rob (Grambling State coach Eddie Robinson) in the tunnel and he hugged me. He told me that I wouldn't under-season. Reporter Leon B. Crews and writer C. Andrews can be reached at.(B13) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. (813) 495-3702 1-866-352 -4200 -f z m -:m c: r r z 'lJ c: m r U5 % m 0 m < m :::C < -1 c: m (/) 0 )> z 0 .,. :D a

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Editorials & Columns c a: u.. c z a: w > w c w :t:' (f) ::i m :: z :: m ..:, w z !i W 0 c( c a: g u.. 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 Newspap er Publi s hers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publ i shers Inc New York 1990-94 CP T i me lntemational 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 Bly1he Andrews 1901-1977 (1. 945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR KEITH GEORGE, CIRCULATION AND PRESS DIRECTOR Subscriptions-$44 00 6 Months Both Editions : $87 00 Per Year Both Edi t i ons Opirioos e xpressed on editorial pages ol this newspaper by Column ists or Guest W ri te rs do no t necessarily rellec t lhe edi to rial stance ot The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the f>Ublisher Violence Begets Its Own ei-haps, it was understandable. More than likely, it was unavoidable. Maybe, it was even expected. But a few days after the release of the rap-movie "Notorious B.I.G., the romanticized recap of the life and death of hip-hop icon Biggie Smalls, a ruckus erupted at a so-called official after-party for the movie. Four men were brutally stabbed. One of the four remained in serious condition. When questioned as to the cause of the violence, no one could come up with an answer. It was just supposed to happen. Christopher Wallace alias "Biggie Smalls" aka "The Notorious B.I.G." was no stranger to hip-hoppers around the world. Bronx-born, ghetto-reared, living the life he wrote about, it could be said about him as it was said about his on-again-off-again partner Tupac Shakur, that Biggie Smalls had a death-wish that saturated his poetry and would later snuff out his life. Consider his debut album "Ready to Die!" So, say some, it is not surprising that at a Bronx nightclub, at a party dedicated to the debut of a movie made to celebrate his accomplishments and perhaps, even suggest his sainthood, Biggie Smalls reached out from the grave and demanded a blood-sacrifice. After all, blood begets blood, doesn't it? What other r-eason could be found than to say that what happened more a week ago, up in, the Bronx was nothing more than a sacrifice-'to the stupid gods of Black:-on-Black murder and Hollywood melodrama? Yet, Biggie's mother produced the his son ]Jlayed the role ofhis father, and the madness was a box office smash! Yes, has a Black-on-Black violence continues to demand its of flesh, even from beyond the aravef . The Flrit Eight Davs many years ago, a popular chant could be heard thlrotlJd:l ( tu' t most collegeS .and universities. It YOU pPID, WE SHALL ROLLI" No doubt, the world has heard that "Jersey-cheer" and has stood ready to level it at new President, Barack Obama. But instead, what the world has been given is an authentic American president who seems very much intent to turn back the tides of American Depression and to set our nation on solid ground. Thus far, this is what the Obama administration has done. : Our 44th President and cabinet have signed numerous executive orders, including settlrtg a one-year deadline for closing controversial Guantanaind prison. They havd announced a pay-freeze for .White House staffers in lbeir administration, with the explanation, familles. are tightening their belts and so sh9uld Washington." In a thne'ofdismal depression and dismal prophecy, this new President and staff have frozen last minute so-called "midnight regulations" put in place by lonner Pres. Bush in order to' relax environmeqtal r u.Je,. The Obama White House lias begun to revene eertain Bush initiatives by ending a "pobal PI rule" that bu kept U.S. tax payer dollars from funding family planniliK groups that provide information women's choace. And, President .Obama has iea_ched out to the Middle East both on television and through a change of diplomats, in order to l strengthen and clarify future relations between America W and the Muslim world. These and othea:-things Barack eJ ,Obama has done,in the first 8 days ot' his administration. f We are of him. Change has come in 8 days. Federal ReaiiD Act ndividuals in Florida who license or identifica tion card needs to know that some changes are taking affect. Additionally, the changes will affect those seeking to renew their license or ID card as well. The new requirements are taking affect in accor4ance with the Real ID Act of 2005 The act requires additfonal proof before federal or state identification can be issued. In the p 'ast, two forms of identification were required to obtain identification. Applicants were also allpwed to us post office bOx numbers and such But those days are gone. Those two forms of identifi cation will Still be required, but residents must now show proof of their residential address such as a deed, mortgage statement, rental agreeme.nt, or utility hook-up (work order) that is not more than 6o days old Residents must also provide proof of their social security number. Acceptable 'forms of proof of your social security number can be your actual social security card, your w-2 form, your paycheck stub, school records, or a DD-214 (military. discharge paperwork). If the documents submitted do not contain the social security number, they will not be acceptable. these changes are not just in Florida but is national cam paign affecting the manner in which government-issued identification is handled The reason for the changes is supposedly to update and tighten laws on applications for asylum and the deport<}tion of terrorist activity. One might think that the new laws should pertain to native born Americans or those who have become citizens, but the fact of the matter is that so much forgery is going on in the world today, the government is forced to make the rules apply to everyone. So, if you have a birthday coming up in the near future and your identification must be renewed, then you need to be prepared. If you have misplaced or lost your scicial security card, you maywant to apply for a duplicate before you try to renew yQur license. If you don't, then you will be in for a awakening. Obama's lnauuurauon: Thev Were There doubt, most of you ther watched the nauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States, in the comfort and warmth of your homes or at a community event. Then again, many of you journeyed to Washington D C. for the inauguration in person, watching the historical event on giant telf ; vision screens on the Capito) Mall surrounded by family, friends and other wellwishers. Even though their faces were unfamiliar to you, I want to know, did you see "them?" "They" were there! Gathered on the steps of the Capitol, seated down front in the first row, moving through the crowds giving "high-fives," and walking through the halls of th e Capitol and White House cheering, dancing smiling and sending up praises they were there by the thousands. There was Tony, Emanuel, George, Tom, Peter, Ben, Har,ry, Q,aniel front and cen ter on he Capitol steps. Didn t you see them? Of course, "they" were there! s urely, you saw Philip Reid standing alongside the "Freedom s tatue on top of the Capitol building After all, Reid provided the bronze casting for the statue, even though, ut the time, he was a slave For, his was among the names of slaves who helped build both the White House and the U S Capitol along with other government buildings in Washington, D. C beginning in 1792. And yOU bet your life, last week THEY WERE THERE! At least 70 percent of the labor that built government buildings in D. C were Black slaves. In fact, inany free Blacks and European immigrants worked side-by-side with slaves. Their names can be seen online in documents released, last December, by the U S National Archives and Records Administration Indeed, payroll records and pay stubs list slaves by their first names only, because the money they earned was paid to their owners In fact, the use of slaves in building Washington, D C. was accepted only after attempts to recruit European workers i n sufficient numbers failed. Here's more Did ytiu know that during the '1790's the Capitol Mall where millions of Americans stood just u days ago, used to be a tent city, housing hundreds of slaves and immigrant workers? Yes, all of the carpenters, bricklayers, m11sons nnd laborers busily plied their craf\s by day and slept at night just yards from the foot of the steps of the Capitol. Many others worked iftVirginia quarries, 'Cutting marble and hauling it to D. C., which was land ceded earlier by the states of Maryland and Virginia. Other than building the White House, Black slaves were also associated with the White House through the archi_tect James Hoban, who was paid for the work done by three of his slaves on the project. Mor e specifically, twelve American presidents owned slaves. However, only eight of the presidents owned slaves while in office. Beginning with George Wash!nlton, Thomas James Madison, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, John Tyler, Jall\es K. Polk and James Madison all o wned slaves thei r in Yes; all these presidents' maids, butlers and cooks returned from history arid lined up si)Qulder '-to-shoulder to greet the Obamas as the new First Family. So, I ask agahi, when you visited Washington, D. G., last week, did you see them? They there to welcome the ones who would now rebuild America. Hnrambee!

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"TT ll 0 C-. )> z c )> ll < The Cabbie, Me And Super Bowlllllll President Obama Must Be Superman I said I didn't care who the Super Bowl, I'd telling the truth. If I said I cared more about how I was going to get to work because once more my car decided it liked to stay home, rather than do what it was designed to do, I would also be telling t)le truth. So, once more, I found myself in the unenviable situ ation of having either to stay home and starve or to call up my favorite cab cqinpany and see who they would me. I knew who they wouid send me. No, I'm not psychic. I'm just unlucky. Like clockwork or a bad cold, he showed up ... my cab driver from Purgatory. I slid onto the backseat, catching a whiff of and seemed like Old Spice after shave, just in to receive a gruff "Good morning, Sir! Your usual detination?" A big bloodshot eye interrogatec me from the rearview mirror. Immediately intimidated, I mumbled it was correct. And off we sped into unc,ertainty, my cab driver, his cab that reminded me of a straigl)twith wheels, and me! Luckily, I brought my Sentinel Bulletin. However, the cabby's gruff voice paper like a brick thrown through a win dow . whaddayuhthink .about Super Bowl?" I want.ed to answer !'You mean the Stupid :Bowl w}lere thousands of people who can't afford it come to waste money they should be saving for bills on a group of men who play a child's game for a living?" But I was cool! Instead, I answer, "What do you mean what do' I "think about the Super Bowl?" Looking like tHe wrestler Bobo Slice, illy cabby barked, "Well, a rich man like you has probably got one of those $86o tickets!" That was supposed. to be I gpess. But for the life of me, I failed to get the.joke. "No," I sniffed, "I had to pass that up, this time!" "I bet you did," old Cabby guffawed, obviously knowing all the while that if I could have afforded a $Boo Supeq Bowl ticket, I certainly wouldn't have needed his butt. So, for a cold moment, we sized each other up, for the coming kill. "I got me another job," laughed my "Doing what?" I asked, as if I really wanted to know. "I cook bar becue," the i!abby purred, like a hoarse-throated alley-cat. "I figured since more than 100,000 fans were gonna con verge on our fair city, and since they were projected to leave no less than $150 mil lion on us before they go back to wherever in the devil they came from, I figured this poor Black man (talking about me!) might as well get some of thllt for himsE!lf!" Before I could protest, a big ham fist with hairy fingers handed me a crisp new business card, which read "SUPER BOWL BARBECUE BY IRVING THE RIB-SHAKER!" "Lord-have-mercy," I said to myself, "my cab dri ver's name is Irving!" I did all I could do to keep from laughing. But my cabby was already laughing. "Yeah, I know. It's funny, ain't it? Bud. tell you true, f tired of Super Bowls coming to Tampa and Black businesses don't get no benefit out of it! So, I'm doing something about it! I'm picking people up, and I'm selling people barbecue!" Bef!lre I could answer, we came to a stop. I crawled out of the Cflb and paid my usual fare. With his gold-toothed smile, my cabby bid me goodbye, and as he pulled off, he yelled, "COME GET SOMD -BA V -BEECUE!" ."Uh-huh,;, I laughed, "1 -surely will!" . .. arack Obama has / President of the United States less than two weeks. In that peri od of time, he has put the United States and the world into one big mess. The economy is in a depressed state and it was that way before he became president. The stock market is on the verge of crashing and it happened before Obama was elected presi dent. Wars are going on in Iraq and Afghanistan and these wars have been going on for years. People are los ing their jobs, their homes, their life's savings, their pen sion and their health insur ance. There are those who will tell you that President Obama is at fault. Businesses are closing, states and cities are having trouble operating, schools are clos ing, social ser:vices are being reduced and most importantly, there is no end in ot much attention was given to Black istory until President Barack Obama was named the 44th President of the United States. Now, that's all you hear. There are many Black his torical moments that have either gpne ignored, or passed so quickly, no one has bothered to recall them. Ron McNair, Guion Mae Jamison, Tony Dungy, Lovie Smith, Benny Holder, Perry c. Harvey; Jr., the late Rev. A Leon Lowry, the late George Edgecomb, Doug Williams, c. s lyth e Andrews, Jr.-, Dr. W. W. Andrews; and so many made history long before our president. This weekend, Tampa will host a Super Bowl, and onc.e 'agpio, ... sight for the problems that plague this nation. In less than two weeks, President Barack Obama has created this huge mess. That is the opinion of so many political talk show hosts or hostesses, as well as those who are supposed to be political experts. President Obama must be either Superman or possibly God. He can't be an ordinary man or president to create this great mess in such a short time To make matters worse, Mr. President has not solved the problems. He is constantly being criticized for not a finan cial mess that has been fes tering for years. His term as President of the United States is certainly to be one of the most diffi cult of any in the history of this country. It will be diffi cult because the newly elect ed president has inheritec one of the worse crisis in his-Black HISIOIV tory. Many Republicans want to see him fail. Many Democrats haven't bought into President Obama. Many white citizens are sat isfied to sit in the stands and watch, and too many Blacks expect the man to wave a magic wand and instantly correct all of the injustices that they have suffered for nearly soo years. Let us be real people. President Obama did not create these problems, and he will-not be able to solve them instantly or by himself. We all must remember that trouble is much easier to get into than it is to get out of. This nation is very definite. ly in trouble. If we are to get out alive, we must do as President Obama has requested. That is simply: "Work with me." Those are some of the wisest words the president will utter during his presidency. significance seems to be the all oftheir'biographical topic of discussion information. Not only will an African A lot of talk is given to how 6 American become the third the lives of young Black Black head coach to take his males and females are team to a Super Bowl, but impacted by the success of this will be the second man these historical who served as an assistant We have a great responsi-under Tony Dungy to bility thrust upo_ n -us: We accomplish such a feat. must mal(e sure that every-Mike Tomlin is concenthing we do is never on preparing his ten, and :we must demand team for this weekend's our rightful place in game, and you better believe in the classroom, on historithe historical significance is cal television shows, and something that hasn't wherever historical achievecrossed his mind. ments are mentioned. As proud African Let s be proud of 'the cans, been shut out or' achievements of these men our historical events for far and women, and at the same too long, and it is our duty . time, let's pave the way for to make sure all of our his-others to follow in their torical firsts lire never for-footste-ps. The way to get gotten. ., that done is to"makesure The only way to accom:--our children know who that is to create some ::these. people are, what k1nd of showcase for the they've accomplished, and G') athletes,' politicians, ., what it means to \he future ; to o_n display ... : of young people. )i.

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en Local 0 C") > a: <( z <( .., Funeral Director Denies Anv Wrongdoing ><( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w :::l > a: w > w 0 w :z: en :i ID :::l z ...J ...J :::l ID I ...J w z i= z w en c( 0 a: 0 ...J LL <( I ID w Cl BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A St. Petersburg funeral director, who was issued an Emergency Order by State Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink, has denied any wrongdoing. She is accused of allowing the body of a deceased person to have a maggots and a foul order. She is also accused of not renewing her license in a timely manner According to the Emergency Order Ms. Lisa Speights, Licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer of Morning Glory Funeral Home, 3301 sth Avenue, South, St. Petersburg, is Jeraldine Williams Shaw Attorney-At-Law 1920 E. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa, FL .H610 (81.') BS-7400 Phone-(8U) BS-7404 FHx h irirtR of is M irnl w.-la nl di. .. ion lh l shouhl n o l IM' upo n you dKidr ask lL" l u ynu f'r wrillrn inrurnutlio n oiKJIU( nur qut difkal inn. .. IU1tl Labor Practice Employment Discriminat io n "*Worker's Con1p e n s ati o n Civil Service (Citv/County) Labor U ni o n Mailers Supplemental Practice Areas Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy Personal (Auto) Social Sccurit Disability ....... PrtK 'ticing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Per so nal Injury Attornev & Counselor At Law Point Office Park 1001-+ N. Dale \.1abn. S uite 101 Tampa Aorida 3%1 8 ( 813)269-9700 Fax:(813)960-0641 The hirm:c of a bw)"er 11: l n d :c:JJ'$ 011 lb: s:hon!J !lo)( I curl.! Uciy tqx..t ldvtr11nlk:'l rx fkfor t yc.-.a -Jecide :ui. u' to s e nd yo u f ree ""titfen m{lX'tlDIJUJ 11too.\J okin.'lt( .for (813) 248-1921 AUTOMOBILE AC-CIDENTS WRECK LIVES! Gp. GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW A P GIMS EsQ MAll-HEW KOCHEVAR. ESC}_,_ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO. TRUCK. MOTO R C Y CLE OR HOAT A CCI DtNTS. SUP AND FALL NJJl\.SlNG H O M E NEGU:CT OR M E D ICAL M t \LI'RAC T I C F ALL SERIOUS I NIUR IES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 WWW.GIBBSANDPARNELL.COM OUR F IRM I S RAT E D 'Av" BY MARTINDALE HU13HELL THE HIG HEST RA TING FO R ltGAL ABILITY AND ETHI C AL SlANOAR.D, WORLDWIUE. fifp lilf'i ll>: ,, l .w: 1dW:I'flt\.'m <1N /1,_'/( !IYt ) tJt' /l.;.ci,!:'( l A sA(,\ ] ; s .nd )(u! FR/ '1:: W ; iiiCtl{nfi>, m,J! :'t;fl :1,..{111: Our tnd ,..;,,.. f'rfo',t:."C:

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Local CFO Sink Honors FSU Rhodes Scholar At Florida Cabinet Meeting TALLAHASSEE Florida Chief Financial Office r Alex Sink r e cognized the achievements of Myron Rolle, a Florida State University (FSU) graduate who was recently awarded the Rhodes Scholarship, at Tuesday's meeting of the Florida Cabinet. Rolle i s the only football player and the third FSU student to win a Rhodes Scholarship in the last four years. Presenting him with a framed resolution, CFO Sink applauded Rolle's stellar academic and athletic accomplishments. "By being awarded the highly competitive and coveted Rhodes Scholarship, Myron has brought immense pride to his fami-Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink with FSU Rhodes Scholar, Myron Rolle. ly, Florida State University and the people of Florida," said CFO Sink, who oversees the Department of Financial Services (DFS). "Florida's young people have a tremendous role model in Myron Rolle." 2nd Annual Black Diamond Award Ceremonv Planned The Second Annual Black Diamond Award cer emony, hosted by members of Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church and School, will be held on February 28th, at 5 :30 p m. It will be held at Blake High School in the Don Thompson Performing Arts Theatre. The to submit a ballot is Friday, January 30th. The names of African American candidates can be submitted in the categories of: Educator of the Year, Business of the Year, Amateur Athlete of the Year, Student of the Year, Law Official of the Year, Community Activist of the Year, Religious Leader of the Year, Elected Official of the Year, Civic Organization of the Year, Humanitarian of the Year, and Unsung Hero of the Year. The purpose of the awards program is to recognize African A.tnericans who have made contributions to the com-munit_y during the past year. The award recipients are chosen by the votes of any and all interested citizens residing in Hillsborough County. Those wishing to participate can obtain ballots at various businesses and from the Mount Pleasant Middle School, corner of ROme and Spruce. In order to cast a vote, the individual must write the name of a candidate in each category. Votes can also be cast online at www mpmiddleschool net. Winners of the 1st Annual Black Piamond Awards were: Dr. Samuel Wright, the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Rhone Sanderson, Keisha Bodden, Sgt. Ron Harrison, Elder Michelle Patty, Delwyn Collins, Rev. Abraham Brown, Derrick Brooks, Bernard "BK" Jackson, Representative Betty Reed, The Charmettes, Inc Rev. Moses Brown, and James Wright. For additional information about the Black Diamond Award Ceremony call (813) 253-0053. Senator Appointed To Public Service Commission Nominating Council Senator Arthenia Joyner (D), District 18, was appointed by the S enate President, Jeff Atwater, to serve on the Public Service Commission Nominating Council "This is a unique honor that Senate President Atwater has given me and I will do everything possi ble to affirm the confidence that has been placed in my leadership," stated Senator Joyner. The Council was created to screen and nominate applicants for appointment by the governor to fill vacancies on the Florida Public Service Commission. In addition, the Council is responsible for screening and nominating applicants for appointment by the governor, Commissioner of Agriculture and Chief Financial Officer to fill vacancies on the Florida Energy and Climate Commission The Council consists of 12 members: six appointed by the President of the Senate and six appointed by the Speaker of the House. The Council generally meets twice a year. Senator WEEKLY SPECIALS Monday Shrimp Pasta $8.99 Tuesday 1 1/41b. Maine lobster $15.99 Fried Shrimp S8.99 Thursday 1 lb. Snow Crab legs $11.99 Sunday Featuring a Special Menu from 11 AM 6 PM Early Bird Menu Mon.-Fri. from 4 -6 PM Also visit Stingray's: SARASOTA 7253 S Tamiami Trail (941) 924-2568 LAKEWOOD RANCH 6260 Lake Osprey Drive {941) 907-8286 SENATOR ARTHENIA JOYNER Joyner will serve on the Council until November, 2010. Senator Artbenia L. Joyner, a practicing attorney, was elected to the Florida in 2006. Senate District 18 encompasses portions of Hillsborough, Manatee and Pinellas counties. 'TI 0 -c.. )> z c )> ::0 -< c.l 0 1\.) 0 0 (0 'TI ,... 0 21 en m z z m r:m c: ,... ,... m ..... z 'lJ c: m ,... u; % m 0 m < m ..... c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'TI :a 6

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0 Local >c u. c >c en w a:: w > w c w X rJ) Ill :::::1 ll. z F w ...J ...J :::::1 Ill I ...J w z F z w rJ) c 0 ...J LL Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv, Inc. Gamma Theta omega Chapter Presents women On The Move' "Wonien on the Move -As Non Traditional Entrepreneurs," the theme for the Ivy AKAdemy Celebration 2009. Each year in January, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. hosts an Ivy AKAdemy Celebration to showcase the Chapter s community service and prC?gram projects . This year the Ivy AKAdem y will include a workshop for \YOmen who are interested in starting a business. The presente rs in that workshop, Yolanda Anthony, Tonya B. Hanunond and Joann are w omen w ho have alread y been stictessful in business. Yolanda Anthony, a !flOrtgage broker and partner o( Apex Lending, Inc. and theowner of Trash Express of Tampa Bay, Inc., a full service lawn and landscaping a ; MBAand brings'.-.. in firiance and .... . ....:.... .... __ ... -'\" ELDER ROBERT J DOUGLAS And MRS SADIE DOUGLAS SUNDAY SCIIOOl-10 A.M. MORNING WORSIIIP -11 A.M. TUES., BIBlE STUDY-1 P.M. The Church will provide tran:sportatlon, call 626 YOLANDA ANTHONY Tonya B. Hammond of Hammond and Associates, Inc. is a successful real estate broker, who has be e n in business for 20 years Joann Wilson brings her expertise and experience as the owner of Hails," an assisted living facility. She also owns a boarding house. The program will also include, private business owners as vendors, the Precious Pearls and other community youth groups and the 2009 Miss Teenage Tampa Pageant Contestants. VlCTORY TEMPlE OUTREACH MINISTRIES (l.Daot.d AI. The SoUh Tom eo Pl&z.a) AI. 7633 N 56th Sl Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 989-1863 Schedule of Services Sundys ... 10:00 A M Worsh i p Service Tuesday ... 12:00 P M Noon Day Prayer Every 4th Monday N ight 7 :00 P M Substance Abu s e M in istrie s Wednesday .... 7:30 P M Wisdom In The Word Bible Study Every 3nl Saturday .... t :00 P M Women Of Wisdom Min i stries "Jo'" Us In Any Ono Of Our Life Changing Services Where Miracles Are Alwa s Bound To Ha on" New Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church A Super Natural Church Composed Of Super Natural People 7 401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 (813) 837 -0129 Office Hours: Tues And Thurs. 10 A.M. -6 P M TONY A B. HAMMOND Youth who partici pate in these programs will be present at the celebration. Th e e vents include v endors e xhi bits a c tivities ente rtain ment and refreshments It's all FREE Sat .Jan. 31, 2009, 9:30 a. m. to 1:30 p.m. at the AKA House I Ivy AKAdemy, 412 East 71h A v e., Tampa (813) 228-0543 For more info contact Maria Mitchell, Event Chairperson; Barbara Twine Thomas, Program Chair, Evelyn Ellison McFadden, President, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter. Sunday Morning Worship 11:30A.M. Wedne.sday Night. Bible Study 6 .45 P M 7.45 P .M. Citv 01 Tampa Black Historv Celebration Kick-On Februarv 6th The City of Tampa Black History Committee, Inc. will have their kick-off to Black History Month celebrations on Friday, February 6th at 12 noon in City Council C hambers, 315 E Kennedy Blvd., ;3rd Floor, Tampa. The s p eaker will be the Honorable Doretha Edgecomb, Hillsborough County School Board Member, District 5 Please join them from 12 to 1 p. m., with refreshments following in the Mascotte Room on th e first floor in Old City HalL The theme is: "It Takes A V i llage To Teach Our Youth We are the Village!" For more information, you may call Bettye Greene Johnson at 274-8975, Pr es id en tofCOTBHC, Inc. Communitv Pavs Tribute To Breast cancer Victim Th e n ewly charte r e d Flo rid a Cha pt e r o f Blac k Jewels Ladi es Golf Assoc i atio n will pa y t r ibut e t o a lo ca l bu si n esswo m a n w h o died o n N ew Year's Eve. The t r i b ut e t o Ms. Lorian S. Wtlliams, 46, will be h eld on Saturday, F e bruary -,n, at 10 a. m ., at Greater Mt. Zion AME Church, 1045 t6tb Street, South, in St Petersburg. Ms. Williams, who died of breast cancer, was in Jacksonville at the time of her death. Funeral services for Ms. Williams were held in Jacksonville on January toth. Well known 1n both Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties Ms. Williams was the President of Chaslo Merchandb-e & Promotions Inc., which she founded in 1994 in St P e tersburg S eve ral community l ea d e rs business owners e l ec t ed officials friends and famil y will com e t o g e th e r to ce l e brate the co ntributi o ns that Lor:ian mad e to th e Tampa Bay community. Additionally, the Black .Je w els Ladies Golf Associ atio n will compil e wtitten comments from those who would like to MS. WRIN WILLIAMS express their love for Lorian into a manual that will be available at the 5tb Annual Millionaire Herstory, which is planned for March 2-rt' and 28th. Anyone wishing to make a comment can send their thoughts to agaski n cap@veri7.0n net. The organization is also imiting members of the community t o join "Team LOrian" at the TD Cilssa w a y Brea s t Cancer A wa reness Walle Anyone w i s hing to participat e can re g ist e r to w a lk on th e Lorian Williams Team at the TD Cassa\ "-av Breast Can ce r AwarenesS walk. The walk will be held Sat ., Jan. 3151, at 8 a.m. at the North Stmub Park Downto w n St. Pet e Go t o wink y wrjghtfound a tjon com t o m a k e a dona ti o n .or to regi s t e r for t ea m Lorian.

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Local Ministers, Wives Share Holidav Dinner 'T1 ::D c c.. l> z c: l> JJ -< Minister Matthew and Mrs. Andrea Redmon opened their plush Brandon hom e to the ministers and their wives of New Mt. Zion M B. Church for an elegant holiday dinner. N Wives Mildred Henderson, Nell Kimbrough and Brenda Wade assisted Mrs. Redmon with details of the dinner. The group enjoyed hors d'oeuveres, g appetizers and fun games before sitting down to a formal dinner of Cornish hens, baked pork chops, a variety of trimmings, followed by dessert. Those in tO attendance were: REV. AND MRS. WALTER J. (LENA) WILLIAMS ... Pastor And First Lady MINISTER MATTIIEW AND MRS. ANDREA REDMAN ... Host and Hostess REV. AND MRS. ALLEN (SH E RRYL) CUSSEAUX UNITY A.M.E. CHURCH 1013 W Dr Martin Luthe r Kin g Jr . Blvd Seffner FL, 3 358-l 1 ( X I 3) 571-3 75 8 ,,. Church S chool 10 a.m. Each Sunc.lay S unda y Morning Wor s hip 11 a. m. BihJe Stuc.ly 7 p. m E a ch T uesc.lay N ight Ctmte w ith u s the NEW THING God i s doing! P Mflll" 2 EMt (Mnn g o) on W Or. ML..:. Jr B l v d t he Chun: h i s on the I .el l MIRAClE TEMPlE INSTITUTIONAl CHURCH Of GOD IN CHRIST. INC. "One Church, Two Locations" Church: (813) 251-5756 & Fax: (813) 231-4664 "Equipping The Saints For The Work Of The M inistry" Ephesi a n s 4 :12 West Tampa Location 2001 N Albany Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33607 8 a m -Early Worship 10 a m -Sunday School 7 p m -Wednesday Intercessory Prayer 7 : 30 p m -Mid-Week Worship Service South Tampa Location 5833 S Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL, 33611 11: 15a m -Morning Worship 7 p m -Tuesday Bible SUPT. CLETHEN U SUTTON Pastor Teacher t "A CHURCH WHERE YOU CAN FEEL THE HOLY SPIRIT"; MI NISTE R JAMES AND MRS. GWE N HAYES M I NISTER STANLEY AND MRS. M I L DRED HEND ERSON MI N ISTER WILUE AND MRS. N ELL KIMBROUGH REV. AND MRS. SAMUEL (SALIT A ) MASO N MINISTER EDDIE AND MRS. LA VONNE ROLLE MINISTER RICKY AND M RS. BRENDA WADE 100 Voice Choir Prepares ForSuperBowiSundav Carlton Burgess (inset) put together a toovoice choir that will sing "America The Beautifui along with Faith Hill on Sunday before the kickoff of Super Bowl XUII. The choir will possible join Jennifer Hudson with the National Anthem. The choir held its first rehearsal at The Potters House (formerly Mt. Cnhl tti'y SDA Church). (Photo by Julia Jackson) 'T1 r. 0 ::D en m z :j z m r-1 aJ c: r rm :j z ., c: aJ r-c;; ::t m c m < m ..... c: m en c > z c 'T1 :!! c

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,en Local 0 (W) > a: .= <(. 0 a: u. As a resident of East Tampa, Mrs. Michelle Faedo knew that she wanted to offer her old neigh-borhood something that would bri.ng pride to the area." She also knew th.at she wanted to offer more than just a product --she wanteo to embrace the love and appreciation she has of the communjty. In '2002, Mrs. Faedo and her husband, Rob, found the perfect vehicle to achieve both goals. They to open the doors of Michelle Faedo's Sandwich Shop, specializing i'l) devil cra-bs and MICHELLE AND ROB FAEDO ... Owners of Michelle Faedo's Sandwich Shop ?; 0 Cuban sandwiches. Th. e g: shop was originally locatea u. at the c orner of E. 16t? Avenue and N. 17th Street. w 0 w %: tn :; m ::J D. z ffi .... .... ;:) m ..:. w z ;::: z w tn <( 0 a: 0 .... u. "I :Was raised in East Tampa and I wanted to offer iny thing nice. I want them to feel special and to know that everything we serve is made : with love. "Tirjles are hard now, but we haye our customers who come: in everyday and we really appreciate them. 11 FEBRUARY 7 2 009 S50 OO!PERSOW CHILDREN 525 00 :1 DEPARTURE 5 00 A,,, : 2 DEPARTURE 7 00 A r,1 Ulwtey C .I.. .................................. Lawtey, Fl New River C.L !EMI&Wioll ................ Statke, Fl Florida State Pr11011 & W.C ........ Starl
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Local School Board Asked To Act On Middleton High Middleton High School should tie mandatory tutoring for students who have not passed the FCAT exam to participation in school sports band, and other popular activ ities on campus, a community volunteer told Superintendent MaryEllen Elia this week "It should be mandatory that all Middleton High School students who have not yet passed FCAT be required to attend after-school tutoring, if they want to play foot ball, basketball, in the band or be a part of any school club," Fred Hearns told the superintendent and the Hillsborough County School Board on Tuesday. Of 350 Middleton Seniors this year, Hearns said about 125 have not passed the state mandated FCAT. While Middleton's athletic teams, band, step team, and many clubs remain popular draws for hundred of stu-FRED HEARNS dents, less than 75 students attend the Extended Learning Program (ELP) on campus after school, even though the district pays 26 Middleton teachers to tutor students after 3 p. m. Because attendance is voluntary, less than 10% attend consistently School Board member Doretha Edgecomb asked d istrict staff to examine the legal ramifications of the district office and the school making FCAT prep attendance a condition of participa tion in school sports, band and clubs. Several other board members expressed support of Hearns' recommendation Hearns recommended to the board that Middleton should post a 'volunteers welcome' sign-up sheet and assign an administrator to respond to community supporters. Hearns also asked the board to only allow seniors who have completed all requirements for graduation to attend the commencement exercises and walk across the stage as others received their diplomas. "That should give seniors an extra incentive to take the FCAT and other academic requirements more s eriously." Rogers Park Group Meets With Spons Authoritv Board The "Ci ti z e n 's Who Supp o r t Keepin g Roger s P ark Publ i c (CWSKRPP)" attended the Monday Sports Au thority (TSA) Board Meeting to reque s t a date be set to have mutuall y agreed upon amendments completed t o an e x isting agreement between the City of Tampa, TSA and Tamp a YMCA. This meeting was held approxi. m ate l y two (2) mon ths a ft e r t h e S p o rts A u t hority Golf Committee voted f o r t h e C WSKR P P commi ttee to h a m m e r out a m e ndm e n t l a n guage wit h the T a mp a YMCA t hat would work for a ll p a rties, s aid James Ransom, spokespe r s on for t h e CWSKRPP M ond a y 's meetin g was pivotal becau se we w e r e assure d UNITY PLAZA 5018 N 22nd S treet (Across Fro m M iddleton High School) Get Your Car Sparkling Clea n While You Get Your Beat On. 8 A.M. u p t o 9 P M Monday -Sunday (813) 241-7938 that an appointed TSA Board member would facilitate the process, but that has not occurred. We have always acted i n good faith and relied o n the sensible leadership and wisdom o f t h e TSA Board to expedite a reasonable resolu tion Ransom said "This is sensitive issue to t h e Mrica n America n com m u ni ty" CWS KRPP memb e r Rufus Lewis said "It was our u n derstanding t hat a meeting with the Tampa YMCA would be scheduled and it was not done in the expected timeframe, s o it was necessary for us to get this process moving alon g CWSKRPP m ember Gwenlyn Tucker sai d if t h e YMCA is willing to mee t, there was n o r eas on to d e la y" F e bruary 1 6 has been se t as the deadline date to finali ze the languRge. The amen d m ents will b e att ache d t o a l etter that will b e sen t t o Mayor Pam Iorio r e qu esti n g h e r to a m end t h e existing agree m ent. "Vfe s u ccee ded in h av in g t h e S ports A utho ri t y board establish dates and timelines t o c ompl ete this already d e l aye d process", Ransom sai d I t i s our d esire t o b ri n g clo sure t o this matter but i t must b e d o n e pro p e rl y t o e lim i nate t h e c h a n ce o f o u r co m m unity a d dressi n g t h is same iss u e i n t h e future" "The T SA reaf firme d its commitm e n t b y vot in g aga in to p r epa r e a n d send a letter t o t h e Mayor with requested co n t 'nict amend m e n ts. T h e C W SKRPP i nv i tes a nyo n e who supports keepin g Rogers Park and Gol f ourse pub lic and p ese vin g it h i s tory to attend meeting s that a hel d o n Mondays at 6:30PM at the 34th Street Church of God, located on 34th Street a nd 2 1 s t Avenu e . Tampa Couple Exchange Wedding Vows Family members and friends witnessed the exchange of wedding vows between Ms. Debra Dawkins and Antwaun Underwood on Saturday, December 20th. Pastor Greg Powe, pastor of Revealing Truth Ministri es, performed the ceremony at the church. The newly crowned Mrs. Underwood is the daughter of Ms. Betty Dawkins and the late Mr. Johnny Dawkins. The groom is the son of Jimmy Underwood and the late Mrs. Jacquelyn Underwood. The bride's sister, Ms. Beverly Robinson, was the Maid of Honor: The Matrons of Honor were A vari Williams and Amy Glazeman. Bridesmaids wer e: Elizabeth Faison, Ashley Williams, Ms. Jasmene Robinson, Alicia Dawkins, Latoya Griggs, Ms. Peaches Joel, Chrystle Powe, Alexis Morris, and Allison Clebert. The Jr. Bridesmaids were Sharde Judge and Jodie Joel. Ondrasha Joel and Lydia Moore were the flower girls. Terrance Gammage served as the Best Man. Groomsmen were Gary Norman, Adrian McCray, Kensington Franklin, Chris Powe, Gregory Powe, Ondra Joel, Bryan Powe, Van Ayres, and Willie Snipes. Saquauwn Joel and Lucious Oliver were Jr. Groomsmen. Antwaun Underwood, Jr. served as the R ing Bearer. MR. AND MRS. ANIWAUN (DEBRA) UNDE R W OOD Lndles l n the wedding p n rty s hown i n this p h o togntph a : ficvcrly R obinson A nri W illi a ms, A m y O lnzcnum, E li znb th Fa ison Ashley W illiam J ns mcne R obinson Alitin Dawkins, Lutoyu Grigg Penchcs Jo 1 hrystl e Powe!, AI Morrl ,and Allison 1 the Mnfd of Hon o r Matrons of Houor tm B idesm n ids, resp ectively. "" :II 6 c.. l> z c: )> :::c -< Co) o N 0 0 <0

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en .411 About You 0 i Armstrong Wedding ""') c a: u. c a: LL c z < Q (/) w ::l t-> a: w > w c w J: (/) ::::l m ::l a. z t= w ..J ..J ::l m _j w z t= z w (/) a: 0 ..... u. MR. AND MRS. ClARENCE F. GYDEN The theme was, "The One He K ept For M e." Clarence F. Gyden and Nicole. M. Armstrong join e d hands in marriage on October 25, 2008, at College Hill Church Of God In Christ before family and friends The bride, a teacher at Frost Elementary School, is the daughter of Jo Ann Russell and Johnny Armstrong; granddaughter of the late, Mr. and Mrs. Jetie B. (Minnie Lee) Wilds, Sr. The groom a Human Services Program M anage r i s the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Mary Lee) Gyden, Sr. Greetings Titans, I'm back once again to hit you with another dose of Titan news In the mood for a snack after school? Stop by room C-21 for some tummy satis fying treats such as cookie s, pretzels, and cheerios jus t to name a few. Snack Shack is now open on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Valentine's Day i s qui c kly approaching, so take part in the balloon fundraiser and make your sweetie happy on the love day. To place your order, visit this web site /teacber/4221hollinisworth/ have them deliv ered on campus. Do you need to relax and relieve some stress? If so, you should check out yoga sessions with Ms. Berry every Friday from 3-4 p. m. in the cafeteria. For more details and permission slips see Ms. Berry in room G -24. -Attention students, if you drive to s chool yo u mus t have a parking d e cal C a r s with no decal will b e boot e d!! It's a $75 r emova l charge The y can b e pur chased in room B -1. Sports: Congratulati on s to the boy s junior varsity basketba ll team who r emains und e f eate d F ebruary 6 no sc hool. Birthda y shout outs f o r J anuary : Tavia, Grady, Nefe, Jackson, Alexandria, Upson, Ariontae, Brown, Kionna, and Randall. Until next time I prom ise to keep it sweet and s incer e If the r e are any qu es tion s email m e at ka.y se ll21@ya,hoo com. Smooches To My S entinel family, Mommy, Jazmin, Brian, Kelis, Jerome, Auntie Dione, Briana, Delono, Nene, Ms. Johnetta, Mrs. Gloria (the cake lady), Jimmy Vu, Roro, Muffin, Candi Lowe, liarmon Funeral Home and the entire class of 2011. Breakfast Speaker savs 'Eniov 48 Hours, Then Roll Up Sleeves' Professor Laurence H. Wesley of D ay t o n a Beach told the audie nc e at the M artin Luthe r King, Jr. Lead e r ship Breakfast to e nj oy the n ex t 48 h ours the n r oll up your s lee v es a nd get t o work." H e was intro duc e d b y Ashley Raing of W est P a lm B e ach Th e 29th a nnu a l br eakfas t wa s s ponsor e d b y th e Tampa Organization o f Black Affairs Th e br e akfa s t the me was "Pre s sing the Dream Forward: G eneration B y G e n e rati o n Professor Wesley w ent o n t o t a lk ab out the dream b e in g r ealized 41 yea r s aft e r the assassination o f Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He adde d that the 4 p e ople who had an impact on the life of Dr. King were: Daddy King, Benjamin E. Mays, Dr. Howard Thurman and Mahatma Ghandi. Because he never "lets a teaching moment pass," Professor Wesley shared that on November 3, 2008, he was awakened at 3 a m. with a vision from his mother. The dream revealed por tions of Dr. King's speaking from the mountaintop. His mother's dream revealed that we as a people would make it to the point that Dr. King spoke of. "Any dream conceive d 'in d eath shall nev e r di e n he told the audi ence Standing over 6' and towering over everyone on the podium, TOBA's Orator of the Year, Faith Chennault Woodard of Rodgers Middle School drew a standing ovation, with her well memorized speech on the topic "As A Young Person How Do You Address The Trend of Anti-Academic Achievement Among African American Youth?n It was a lengthy topic, but one the 14-year-old dissected well. She talked about rebellious attitudes among youth and advised parents to bring moral val ues and faith back into their homes Active in basketball and track and field at her school, Faith is the daughter of Minister Sterlin and Mrs. Lora W.oodard. She is the granddaughter of William and Bertha Chennault of Tampa; Tammie Liason of Winter Haven, and Drs. Lawrence and Alma Woodard of Conyers, GA. Faith is a member of Greater Betht-.1 M. B. Church. In The Spotlight STARR Th is week's Spotlight feature is none other than Starr. The 22-year-old Aquarian stands 5'2" tall and says her favorite rapper is Jeezy. Her hobbies are spending time with her 3-year-old daughter, modeling and cooking. In the future Starr wants to complete her education in the medical field. Starr's philosophy of life is, "the is the limit." Congratulations to Starr as this week s Spotlight feature.

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Super Bowl XLIII Events ., lJ c Tampa's Two Honest Acts To Host Super Bowl Teen Concen 'Tampa Live' Puts Patrons First For Super Bowl Celebration Every v enue in the area, especially nightclubs, will b e doing everything they ca n to maximize their profits for this year's Super Bowl. Most wi ll inflate their usual prices to take full advantage of patron s in town for t h e game. that people still have bills to pay and they have to conduct their normal r o u tines. That's why our entertainment package is afford able for eve ryone. c.. )> z c: )> lJ -< (..) 0 Tampa Live wi ll not b e one of t h ose c lub s. Tampa Live owner, Lori Allen and promoter, David Gay, both say for their club, this trul y is a s up e r event. "Everyon e else has tripled their pric es, but we k ee p it real at Tampa Live. All of the clubs will b e charging a minimum fee, but we discovered the pric es the others are charging is be yond the reac h of our clientele. We wan t to kee p our clientele coming lon g after the Super B owl is ove r." 1\) 0 0
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0 N C") > ::::> :t .., >-=' <{ 0 0::: LL. > <{ c ii: LL. c ><{ c rn w >. 0::: w > w c w :c' rn :J al :J 0.. z p w -_J ...J :J ...J w z z w rn <{ c ii: 0 ...J LL. Super Bowl XUII Businessmen Join Forces To Host Super Bowl Event In recent weeks, America has witnessed President Barack Obama become the first African American sworn in as the 441 h President ofthe United States. In keeping with the atmosphere of unity, along with the excitement spurred by Super Bowl XLIII, two businessmen also have a message own. Eric Green, founder of Everyone's Youth United,. and Donald HaDback, founder of the National Association of Tourism and Convention, are hosting a Super Bowl Game event at the West Tampa Convention Center. The doors will open at 4 p.m. The event ha ve the large screen televisions music live entertainment, and food abundantly provided and the spirit of the season, watching two teams play for the championship. But it is also to provide information aQ0ut forgiveness and generosity; m 40th Street Barber Shop AeiOalttecl To Eric Green, founder ofEveryone's Youth United has joined forces with Donald Hall back, founder National Association of Tourism and Convention to host a Super Bowl Game Viewing Party on Sun., Feb. 1"1 at the West Tampa Convention Center. Their guests will include speakers including Dr. Balozi R. M. Z. Harvey, Dr. Ben Chavez, former NAACP National President, on. hand to discuss preparing the youth for the future. C. J. Jones, who played last year with the Champion New England Patriots, will also be in attendance. "Our goal is to use the past to help prepare the youth for the future. We have galvanized leaders from across the country to come to this most historical gathering as w e discuss and learn using the principles of international forg!veness and global re conciliation, Donald HaDback said. Eric Green said, We must come together to forgive America for past injustices while seeking sincere generosity and opportunities, all of which must be mutually said and emphasized. There cannot be any demanding on either side. This is how the country will be united as one." The men use the history of Beallsville as an example of for giveness and generosity. Twelve free slaves forgave their former slave owners for enslaving them. The slave owners in turn provided the land, which became the town of Beallsville. Their descendents, one of which is HaDback, continue to live on the property today. They feel that an even exchange of forgiveness and generosity will lead to global reconciliation which in turn strengthen relationships with all other nations, especiall y South Africa. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton@ftseninel.Super Bowl Ill Plaver Recalls His Experience Wh e n th e Green Ba Packer s won the fiJ t two Super Bov Is ov e r the Oakland Raid e rs and Kansa City Chi fu, the brand n e w Nati o nal Football Leagu wa findjn g it difficult to convin ce peopl that the merger of th NFL and AFL was a g idea. Howe er after Super B w l II all of the doubters were sil need. It was in that B wl that New York Jet quarterback Joe Namatll uarant d his team would beat th pow 1ful Baltimore Colt coach d by Don Shula. On member of the Jet Earl Christy, r calls ,his exp rience during his team's journey to that gam and aid th m mor will last for v r. "Being th first AFL (Am rican Football Leag ue) team to win the Super Bowl meant a Jot to the ntire NFL. It changed th history of siona l football and l egitimized the merger. I rememb r we w r hu e und r<.logs to th, Colt s am) w r n't giv n a hanc'. But after. Nnmntla gum ant 'd we w r going to win w had t o win Christy said the v ere ery confident going into the game, 'peciall he and running ba k Emerl!Jon Boozer. "Coming from the stat e of Maryland made the game specia l for m I felt that b playing again t m hom town t eam, that m ant a lot of people I'd known all of m life w re going to beth re watching eith ,. in p 1 n, r on t 1 ision. 1 Christy h r called an that occurr d in the I k r room b fm they took th field. "We flipp d a. in and being the man who ran back kickoffs, I kn w I'd b th first p 1 n t touch th football. That put a I t of pr ur on m but I think 1 handJ d it well I kn ww w r u big stu'' and th' wh world u wut hin 1 Christy said he and his teammates recently celebrated their 4oth anni ersary since \ inning the championship. "That was reall a special team I was a part of. Seeing all of m old friends and tcanunates meant a lot to me. Some ma have felt our victory over the Colt (16-7) wa a fluke but when the Kansas City Chj fs beat the Minnesota Vikings the ery net ear, th NFL toOd up and recognized the fact that the AFL wasn't a second cia league." Asked how th game has, changed since th n, Christy said th name of th game is till blocking and tacklin I think th hi t hange ha been with th iz of the lineba kw Th are a lot bigg er. . Christy who ha' family in Tampa, i h sting veral nts this w ek nd all o er the at Along with hiln at s m of the events will be Nnmath, and id r ei r Don Maynard . R porter L on B. r ws cmr be r ached at (813) 248-0 24 or mail l reuwril rom.

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Super Bowl XLIII Events Super Bowl Ill II One World Super Huddle Reaches Brooks DeBanolo School Tampa Bay area 5th graders learned about the differ e nces that make the m unique and the similariti e s that bring them together as part of the NFL's diversity program, "One World: Connecting Communities, Cultures and Classrooms Last Monday, 8 classes from varying ethnic and racial backgrounds, who have been communicating with each other through pen-pal letters, met for the first w time at Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School. Several NFL players and oth e r offi c ials joined the youngsters. (Photos by Brunson) Jennifer Reed of Magnolia Solutions, LLC, Tina James of the Super Bowl Host Committee and B. J. Waymer of the NFL joined the group at Brooks DeBartolo School on Monday morning. Ale;"is Carabali and Destiny Gamble were participants of the One World Super Bowl XU II Super Jeffrey Mitchell, .t}VID Coordinator and Areon Atkinson, Athletic Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate School. Dr. Phildra Swagger, Executive Director of Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School; Keiwan Ratliff of the Indianapolis Colts; and Cheryl Femandez, BDCHS Lead Teacher with several student participants. Students from Belle Witter School joined the fun day. Communitv Outreach Program: NFlPA Retired Plavers Hold Football And Fitness Clinic The NFLPA Retired Players T ampa Chapter h e ld a f oot b all and fitn ess clini c wi t h t h e Geo r ge M Steinbrenne r Family West Tampa Boys and Girls Club last Monday afternoon Mor e than 2 00 y oungs t e r s p a rti c ipated in drill s, s kill s a nd fun during this n o n -contac t football clinic (Photos by Bnmson) Rhonda Flowers, Youth Development Coach and Coach Mike Jenrette are shown with Timothy, Ronald, Lamard, Amastasia, Ja'Teajha and Kobbandra. James Harrell and Tim Watson participated in the youth activity. Coach Harold Hart and a group of kids. Michael Simms and Jaquan H. I\) 0 0 OCI "T1 r-0 g CJ) m z z m r-1 OJ c: r rm z c: OJ r-u; :z:: m c m < m c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 c

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:5 Super Bowl XUII Event SUPR BO PARTIS Bar Association, Communitv Host <( Panv For Bovs And Girls Club a: LL e t LL c z < c UJ w ;:) t-The Hillsborough County Bar Association joined with Social Elements, Inc. to pro vide a holiday party for the youth at the West' Tampa Boys and Girls Club. Other sponsors were Thompson Studios, Linda Nowicke with Re/Max ACR Elite Group, Marvalene King and Bank of Tampa. Social Elements took care of the details for the party, which was held at th.e George Steinbrenner Family West Tampa Unit. The Yerrid Foundation provided a pair of shoes for each of the 131 kids at the center. The Young Lawyers w > W Dawn Minges of Social Elements, Inc., Stylez White, # 91 C Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Colleen Pruitt of the Hillsborough W County Bar Association were the bearers of gifts for the young people at the West Tampa Boys and Girls Club. :; ID ;:) CL z tu ..J ..J ;:) ID w z w UJ C a: g LL Division of the Hillsborough County Bar Association gathered toys, and the seniors living at Aston Gardens wrapped all the gifts. Stylez White (#91, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) was on hand to present the gifts to the children. (Photos by Brunson) DJ Esque Dollar provided music for the party. Mrs. Bertha Gary and Ms. Thomas, club leaders. THURSDAY Pepsi Smash Bowl featuring Rihanna at the Ford Amphitheatre, 6 p .m. The Girls Of Playboy Pre-Super Bowl Party at Club Skye, 10 p.m. -3 a.m. -$50 and Up. The Good Life Experience: Vegas Fight Night With P Diddy, Winky Wright and Deion Sanders at the Venue (St. Pete) -7 p.m.-Until. $200-$400 VIP. Super Bowl Kickoff With OJ Jazzy Jeff and OJ AM at the AJA Channelside, 9 p.m. -3 a m -$50 FRIDAY Friday Night Live at Tampa Live (2620 71h Avenue), 9 p .m. -Until. Ladies Discounted Official Super Bowl Gospel Celebration at the USF Sun Dome, 7 :30 p .m. -$45 Jermaine Dupri & Aqib Talib's Under The Veil Celebrity Super Bowl at the MOSI Museum Fowler, 8 p .m.-Until. $100 Club Skye Super Bowl Party with Lil Jon at Club Skye (Ybor), 10 p .m.-3 a.m. -$75 Friday Night Blitz Super Bowl at AJA Channelside, 9 p m -3 a.m. -$50-$300 VIP Revolution Late Night Super Bowl Party at Floyd' s Seminole Hard Rock, 10 p m -6 a m -$50-$300 VIP Maxim Super Bowl Party at The Ritz Ybor, 9 p .ni. -Until. $50-$100 Flo Rida: The Low Down Pre-Game at the Green Iguana (Veterans), 9 p m -Until -$15 Bud Bowl Block Party with Snoop Dogg at the AJA Channelside Bay Plaza, 8 p m (Fri.-Sat.)-$50-$300 VIP ESPN The Magazine NEXT Super Bowl Party featuring Wyclef Jean at the ESPN VIP Tent (Downtown), 9 p.m.-FREE Girls Gone Wild Super Bowl Party at the Dolce Vita Lounge (Channelside IMAX), 8 p m -3 a.m. (Fri. -Sat.)-$50-$200 VIP SATURDAY Big Boi Super Bowl Teen Concert featuring Tom G and Military at the Letter Carrier Hall (3003 W. Cypress), 7 :30 p m -Until-$10 Floyd Mayweather's Champions Bowl featuring Keyshia Cole at the Cuban Club (Ybor), 9 p m -6 a m -$250-$650 VIP T-Pain' s Thr33 Ring Circus Super Bowl at GLC Entertainment Complex (Ybor) at 8 p m -3 a m (Sat.-Sun.)-$50-$100 Super Suite Super Bowl Party at the Temple Lounge (Ybor), 2 p m -8 p m -$50 Bud Bowl Block Part with the 3 Doors at the Channelside Plaza, 8 p m -$50. Models and Bottles Super Bowl Party at Jackson's Bristro, 9 p.m. -3 a m (Sat.-Sun.)-$50-$100 STOMP-at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts, 9 p m -$25 OJ Khaled Live at Club Skye (Ybor), 10 p .m. -3 a m -$30 Hoops Celebrity Party at the Ritz Ybor, 8 p.m. -Until Athletes and Angels hosted by Pamela Anderson at the Channelside Plaza, 9 p m -3 a m -$50, $150. $300 VIP 2009 Leather and Lace Super Bowl Party with Kim Kardshian at Jackson's Bistro (Harbor Island), 9 p m -3 a.m. (Sat.-Sun. ) $275 -$650 VIP Nelly and Antonio Tarver's Celebrity Super Bowl Party at MOSI Museum on Fowler, 8 p .m.-Until-$100 SUNDAY Super Bowl Sunday (Car Show & Block Party) at Tampa Live (2620 7th Ave.), 9 p .m. (See Ad in newspaper) -Ladies Discounted 2009 Legend's All-Star After Super Bowl Party with Lawrence Taylor and Dennis Rodman at the Empire (Ybor), 9 p .m.-3 a m -$50 Trick Daddy's Official Super Bowl Post-Game Celebrity Party at Club Skye (Ybor), 10 p.m.-3 a.m.-$40 BeQtley of Tampa Bay Players at the Mirage, 9 p.m.3 a.m. $150 The Swagger Suite at the Italian Club (Ybor), 9 p.m. -3 a.m. -$200 Kenny Bums "Studio 43" Super Bowl Party at GLC (Ybor), 8 p.m.-3 a.m.-$50. $100 Monday (Thug Bowt) at Tampa Live (2620.,.. Ave.), 9 p.m. -Until -

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Local luncheon Benefits Familv Enrichment Center 'TI JJ 0 }< c.. )> z c: )> ::D -< The DeBartolo Family Foundation and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Department hosted their 8th annual Christmas luncheon to benefit the Family Enrichment Center. Forty-six children from 15 families r ece iv e d a holiday lunch and several presents. The luncheon, held at Higgins Hall of St. Lawrence Catholi c Church, is annually planned and coordinated by Freddie Solomon, a former University of N Tampa football st!l\ and two-time Super Bowl champion with the San Francisco 49ers, and his wife, Dee. (Photos by Bninson) g Pertrina, James, Kanesha, JonJouhani, Yohmirha, Yomesha, Yorana Shamryha and Mariah enjoyed the luncheon. Subscribe )()(Ia\'! Jasmyn and Christine Robinson at the 8th annu a l lunc h eon hosted by the DeBartolo Foundation. 888.8metro8 www.metropcs.com metroPCS. MetroPCS Corporate Stores Bradenton 4919 14th St. West Bradenton, FL 34207 888 .576.3876 Brandon 1989 w. I.J.msden Rd. B!Wldon, R. 33511 888.576 3876 Clearwater 1674 S. Missouri Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756 888.576 3876 Lakeland 3137 US Hwy. 98 North Lakeland, FL 33805 888.576 3876 Unlimit Yourself. Sarasota 1158 N Wmngton Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34236 888 .576. 3676 St. Petersburg 31 00 22nd Ave North, Ste. B St Petersbury, FL33713 888.576 3876 'Tampa 2907 N Dale Mably Hwy. Tampa, FL 33607 888 576 3876 18mpa 1251 E Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL33612 888. 576.3876 C'Oll.l1C.U1H;t It!: AlcateHucent@ (0 "'T1 r-0 ::D CJ) m z ::1 z m r;I:D c: r r-!!l z "'0 c: I:D r-c;; :I: m 0 m < m -f c: m CJ) 0 ?< )> z 0 "'T1 ::D 0 ?< Ci) m 7410 ......... ..4

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en Funerals 0 (f) > a: < ::) z < ..., >=' <( c a: LL Q -,a z >-. .. ic( Q C/) w :;) .... w > w Q w ::z: C/) ::i m :;) CL z :;) m ...:. w z t= z w C/) 0 LL. MR. JAMES GORDON, JR. "POP" Homegoing services for Mr. James Gordon, Jr. "Pop" of 4805 N. 30th Street, who passed away, Monday, January 26, 2009, will be held on Saturday, January 31st, 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Pastor Prentiss Davis, officiating. James "Pop" was born April 29, 1959, in Tampa. He attended the schools -of Hillsborough County and worked various jobs including as a cook and roof repair-man. ,James was preceded in by: father, James Gordon, Sr.; 2 uncles, Andrew Jones and Honey Jones; grandmother, Maggie Harmon; and his mother, Carrie Gordon. He leaves to cherish his memories: a daughter, Tiffany and her mother, Sandra; 2 sisters, Shirley Bryant (Jimmy) and Vanessa Gordon; 2 brothers, Andrew Gordon, Sr. (Bridget) and Rene Gordon. (Charlene); uncle, James Harmon (Anita), Brunswick, GA; close friends, Anthony Holmes, Jerome Miller, and a host of other sorrowing nieces, nephews, grand nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p. m Family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 10:45 a. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME f lltltT. ti!Jumc 2708 E :Or. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, FL 33610 I,, '" (813) 232-8725 ; (813)231-0521 tet FlfmllyTake Care OfYour Family "WeAre The KeyTp A Fine And Quail Service" MR. ANDREW L. JAMES, JR. 'TWO-MAN' Funeral services for Mr. Andrew L. James, Jr. "TwoMan" of Tampa, who passed away, Monday, January 26, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 31 2009, at 1:30 p. m. at Kingdom Hall of. Jehovah's Witnesses, 3804 Danny Bryant Road, Mr. Tracy Steele, eulogist. Andrew L. James, Jr. was born February 9, 1953, in Tampa, where he resided. He attended the {)Ublic schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Middleton High School, class of 1971. He also graduated from NEC Tampa Technical Institute and attended Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Andrew was a talented basketball player and tennis player. He was a mem ber of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses. He was preceded in death by: his mother-in-law, Vera Combs; and grandparents, Amos Butler, Arbie and Gladys Howard. He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Elaine James; children, Mahogany S. James and Andre' G. James; parents, Andrew L. James, Sr. and Jacquelyn James; brothers, Daryk James, Hampton, VA, and Marlon James (Alison) of New Port News, VA; aunts, Richadean Everett and Patricia Johnson; uncles, Edward Johnson, Jr., and Clarence McCloud (Thelma), Pensacola; nieces, LeTanya James and Monique James, both of New Port News, VA; nephews, Marlon James, Jr., New Port News, VA, and Dominique James, Iraq; grand nieces, neyhews and cousins; specia cousins, Arnold and Dorothy Sails; father-in-law, Harold Combs of Orlando; brothers-in-law, Wilford Combs, Jonathan Combs and Fred Combs, all of Orlando; 1971 classmates of Middleton High School. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. Friends and family are asked to meet at the Kingdom Hall at 1:15 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Remember Your Loved Ones With A Memorial Of Distinction From ANNEffi'S MoNctMGN.TS 2301 N. 40'11 Street* (813) 238-6531 Percy, Collins annettesrnonument@earthlink net We Provide A Large SelecUon For Memorial Needa._u Bronze Plaques, Headstones, Cornerstones, & Cemetery Lettering Family Owned: Percy Collins, Annette Collins & Michael Colleton We Service The Entire B Area MRS. DON JEAN SIMS 'DONNIE' Homegoing services for Mrs. Don Jean Sims "Donnie" of 3405 E. 24th Avenue, who passed away Monday, January 26, 2009, will be Saturday, January 31, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Minister Louis Shepherd, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Don Jean was born January 9, 1934, in Shreveport, Louisiana, and was a long time resident of Tampa. She enjoyed crossword puzzles, working in the yard, cooking, taking care of. animals, watching out for the chlldren in the neighborhood, dancing and music. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Emmett and Rosa Mary (McCray) Williams; and brothers, Emmett Williams, Jr. and Robert George Williams. She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Elmore A. Sims, Jr.; chlldren, Yyony Sims Redd (James), Kasony Sims, Elmore A. Sims, III, Zezony Sims (Leonard) and Qquony Sims Davis (Karl); grandchildren, Robert L. Fisher, Maurice Beckford, Marquis Robinson, Jairus Redd, Jacob Redd, Latonya, Latoya and Quanisha Sims and Ariel; a host of great grandchildren; brother, Robert Charles Williams; sisters, Dorothy Mae Williams (Clyde), San Antonio and Debra Whitworth, Shreveport, LA; cousin, Betty ParkerWarrior, Los Angeles, CA; and friends, Augustina Gibbons (Dirk) and Gloria Jean Robinson Young of Shreveport, lA. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 5 8 p. m., Friday. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3405 E. 24th Avenue. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. RUBEN B. STEVENS 'GRANDSON' A celebration of life for Mr. Ruben B. Stevens "Grandson" of 4607 Ashmore Place, who passed away, Sunday, January 25, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 31, 2009, at 10 a. m. at Brown Memorial Church of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Bishop Matthew Williams, pastor, with Elder Tommie Jones, eulogist. Interment will be in Mayberry Cemetery, Seffner. Ruben was born March 21, 1914, in Bartow, to the late Henry and Essie Stevens. He attended school in Bartow. Due to the migration of the family, he was self-taught and continued to feed his thirst '-'for knowledge by continuously reading. He wus ecstatic over the presidcntinl c::lection MR. RUBEN B. STEVENS 'GRANDSON' of Barack Obama, and lived to see the Inauguration, "He loved History". Ruben, being the first grandchild was called "Grandson" by his grandmother and maintained that name by all who knew him. He was a professional truck driver for many years working for various companiesHe finally owned his own fleet of trucks and worked independently for Smalley Transportations for a number of years until he retired the business. He attended Asbury United Methodist Church in Jacksonville: Ruben met and was united in holy matrimony to the late Lulah C. Thomas on October 20, 1940. To this union three children were born, Mary, Essie and Clarence. The angels rescued him from suffering and pain and ushered him to the prepared place. lijs voice is now silent, he is now gone, but not for gotten, for in our hearts he shall live forever. He leaves to cherish his memory: his children, Mary Washington, Essie Jones (Fletcher), Clarence Stevens (Carla), Clarence Holton (Agatha), Robbie Fail (Lee), Dublin, GA, Ruben Stevens, Jr., Orlando, Barbara J. Gardner, Orlando, Phyllis Forest, and Lynette Stevens, both of Jacksonville; sisters, Catherine Gordon, New York, NY, and Frankie Mae Williams, Bell Glade, FL; a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins; devoted friends, Deacon U. L. Gamble, Chiefland, FL, and Rev. Charles Lewis, Jacksonville; special friends, Irene Smalley, Jacksonville, Rose Twiggs, JacksonvilJe, and Stacy Hubbard; and lifelong friends, E. C. Henry, Toy Williams, and Perman Williams, Jacksonville. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, January 30, 2009, from 5\>. m. The family will receive fraends from 78 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 4607 Ashmore Place. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME /MR. JACOB MARION, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Jacob Marion, Sr., will be held Saturday, January 31, 2009, at 3012 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, Rev. James Marion, officiating. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery. He was born on December 7, 1924, in his hometown of Soperton, GA, to the late Mr; and Mrs. Grieff and Melissa Marion. Mr. Marion -was in union with Mrs. Ruby Diggs and had 6 children, Samule Marion, Geraldine Marion Clark, Everett Clark, Beulah Marion (Billy Taylor), Clayton Marion, Sr. and Jacob Marion, Jr. He is also survived by: sister, Elizabeth Williams; brother, Author Marion and wife, Ruth; 23 grandchildren, 31 great grandchildren and 4 great, great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews and cousins; and a devoted family friend, Willie Williams. Viewing will be held Friday, January 30, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at 3012 N. 22nd Street, Tampa. American Family FuJ:terals & Cremations in cha.rge of arrangements. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Andenon Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tatnpa, Florida 33610 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Crepl.ation Our Familv l an Your s ---------------------

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Funerals MR. RICHARD EARL C:uNNINGHAM HARRIS Homegoing services for Mr. Richard Earl Cunningham Harris (affectionately called "Buddy Buddy"), who departed this life January 26, 2009, will be held Saturday, January 31 2009, at 2 p. m. at Harmon Home Chapel, 5002 N. 40t Street, Tampa, 33610, with Elder Michael Russell officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Harris was born in Vincent, Alabama, to the late Paul Cunningham and Sara Scott. Richard moved to Tampa at an early age and was a graduate of Middleton High School where he played in the school band. He was a retired Longshoreman. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Connie Joyce Harris; brothers, James Harris, Jr. and Anthony Gerald Holmes; son, Richard Earl; grandson, Eric Norman, If; nephew, Renard Brown; and great nieces, Raeneisha and Clarissa Brown. He leaves t01 cherish his memory: long-time companion, Carolyn Royster; his loving Tania Norman and Shelia Harris; grandchildren, Toniqua and Tanisha his faithful and devoted best friend (brother, Augustus, Sr. and Quintella Brown; brothers, Rodnie Brown and Michael and Deborah Stafford; sisters, Irerstine and Grady Williams, Aurora Holmes-Hill, Alveda Stafford and Sarah Harris-Brooks, all of Tampa, Erma and Lawrence Crump of Waycross, GA, Cheron Scott of Largo, and Comina Holmes: Newsome of Vincent, Ala.; nteces and nephews, Augustus, Jr., Augustasia and Quincy Brown, Dominique (Domenick) Johnson, Loraline Harris, Archalayan Snow, Michael Williams, LaPorsche, Ne'Koma, Porsche and Capree, and Maya Gregory, Christopher and Sangria Spain, Corey Burgess, Syrterek Jones, Sir Daron Singleton, Felecia Goodwin Malik Ross, Tempress: Rosalyn, La Treva Scott, Joseph Michael, Jr., Michael and Myeshia Stafford, Eric and Agretta Brooks and Alessi Manuel; a loving aunt, Mattie Rose McConico; and a hos t of cousins, family and friends. If we have omitteQ anyone, it was of the mind, not of the heart. -Visitation for Mr. Richard Earl Cunningham Harris will be held this Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. are asked to meet at the chapel at 1:45 p.m., Saturday, January 31,2009. John Harmon, III, LFD, an, d James Hannon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL MR. WILLIE KELLY, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Willie Kelly, Jr., will be held on Saturday, January 31, 2009, 11 a. m. at New Salem M. B Church, 405 N_ Oregon Avenue, Tampa, with Dr. Henry Lyons, pastor, officiating_ Interment with Military Honors will be made in Florida N utional Cemetery on Monday, February 2, 2009. Mr. Willie Kelly, Jr., was born on June 4, 1937 to Willie Kelly, Sr., and Leola Gunn in R e d Level, Florida. When he was nine years old, he moved to Tampa, where he remained until he departed this life on Thursday, January 22, 2009. Willie worked in the landscaping industry and the Jai Alai Fronton for most of his adult life. He attended Booker T. Washington High School, Inverness, Florida. He was also in the United States Navy. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving and devoted wife, Susan A. Kelly; 3 sons, Desmond Lamont, Gregory Martin and Willie O'Brien Kelly; 3 daughters Demetria Kelly (Elex): Darlene Kelly and Sandra Kelly; sister, Rosa Mae Allen; 8 grandchildren; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. Willie KeJJy, Jr., will be held on this Friday evening from 6-8 p. m at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m John Harmon III, LFD and James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL SISTER ORDIA MAE KNIGHT Homegoing services for Sister Ordia Mae Knight, will be held on Saturday, January 31, 2009, at 11 a m. at Mt. Olive M. B. Church, 4008 Dr. C P Epps Drive (Cayuga), Tampa, with Dr. C. P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will be private. Sister Ordia Mae Knight was born on February 17, 1928, in Slocomb, Alabama, to the late Mr. Alto Hawkins and Mrs. F lossie Crumley Sister Knight was reared and educated in Geneva County. At a n early age she confessed Christ and became a member of County Line Church. It was in Geneva County where s h e met Mr. Darry Knight and they were joined in holy matrimony. Sister Knight previously worked for Stanley Home Products, and she was a volunteer for the S.H.A.R.E. Food Program and the Hillsborough County Election Office (Day Poll Worker). Sister Knight was a member of the Mt. Olive M B Church, where she was a member of Choir If. 1, Sunday School teacher, Mother Board, BTU, Mission, and Advisor. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Mr. Darry Knight; mother, Flossie Crumley; sist_er, Mary Brown; 2 brothers, Alto Jr., and Willie Hawkin ; and a great-unt. She leaves to rememb r found memori : 8 children, Margaret Taylor, Terry Knight, Johnnie Knight and wif Barbara, Ilene Fitzpatrick and hush nd, Joe, Donnie Knight, Darlene Sims and husband, Percy Ordia Mae Knight Perez, and Tommy Knight; 22 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren; sister, Ruth Newsmith and husband, Charlie; sisterin-law, Thelma Davis and husband, Willie; and brother-in-law, Melva Knight Visitation for Si tcr Ordia Mae Knight will be held on this Friday evening from 6-8 p m at Mt. Olive M. B. Church, 4008 Dr. C. P. Epps Drive, Tampa. Friend are asked to assembl at the' church at approximately 10:45 a.m. John Harmon III, LFD and Jamc Hurmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL CRISIS CIUiMAMUN JOHN iiARMON LFo.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 LFD r . --1 I L ___ DEACON ROBERT LEE DENNISON Deacon Robert Lee Dennison of 3414 N. 49th Street, passed away Saturday, January 24, 2009. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, January 31, 2009, at 11 a. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 E. 25th Avenue, with Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon Dennison was a native of Citra, Florida, and a resident of Tampa for 52 years. He was employed with the City of Tampa Solid Waste for 36 years and retired on July 2 1993 He married Ms. Edna Mae Martin on August 3, 1957 He was preceded in death b y: his parents Mr. Charlie and Louvenia Dennison; and siblings, Willie James Dennison, Veronica Collins, Lula Mae Dennison and Charlie Dennison. He leaves to celebrate and cherish his life: a beloved and dedicated wife of so years, Edna Mae Dennison; two daughters, Barbara Williams (Ron) and Carolyn WiUiams (Phil), both of Tampa; two grandchildten, Nametha Brinson (Akintunde) and Camden Williams, both of Tampa; three great grandchildren, Deondre, Jaylen and Amari, all of Tampa; siblings, Clar nee Dennison (Lillian) of Reddick, FL Louis Manning of Citra, FL: Ida Ma Patterson of Reddick, Helen Smith Bennie Dennison, both of Citra, and Sammie Lee Tuggerson (Claudette) of Tampa; sister-in-law, Gwendolyn Williams (James); brother-in-law Herman Martin; four children Daryl Gibson Adrian Jenkins, Mary K lly and April Simmons, all ?f and a ho t of lovIng mece nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, January 30, 2009, at Ray WilJiams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Av nue and th family will r cei e fri nds from 6-7 p. m at th Chap I. Arrang m nt entrust d to RAY WILLIAM FUNERA HOME Rltode & North rn, Owners. MR. CHARLES M(CHUCK) GEORGE Mr. Charles M. (Chuck) George of 9105 W. Hillsborough Avenue, passed away Friday, January 23, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, February 3, 2009, at 7 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Walter R. Harrison, Pastor of Emmanuel Temple Church, officiating. Mr. George was a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a resident of Tampa for 37 years. He was educated in the Philadelphia Catholic School System and was a dedicated employee of Batson-Cook Construction for 21 years with his last position held being a Labor Foreman. Mr. George was preceded in death by: his parents, Matthew and Mary George and his beloved grandmother: Mildred Vilorio Jordan. He leaves to cherish his memory: son, Jay George of Tampa; daughters, Tamara Crockett of Atlanta, GA and Tamiyah Crockett of Sacramento, CA; brothers Eric George (Malinda) of Lakeland, Carl George (Arlette) of Philadelphia, PA, Anthony George {Angela) of Williamstown, NJ, and Steven George (Frieda) of Philadelphia, PA; sister, Melanie Phillips (Thomas) of Tampa; nieces, Nadine Harrington of Philadelphia, PA, Erica George of Tampa, Nicole Williams of Seffner, Sheena George of Philadelphia, PA, Adrienne George of Philadelphia, PA, '"" ll c )> c... )> z c: )> ll -< CN 9 "' c c (/) m z z m r I aJ c: r r m z -a c: aJ r c;; % m 0 m < m and Shantavia Mahaffey of Ft. Pierce, FL; nephews, Eric of Tampa, Raquib Broadwater of Tampa, DeShawn Hedgman of Williamstown, NJ, Kyle George of Philadelphia, PA, Andrew Hedgman of Williamstown, NJ, Matthew George of Philadelphia, PA, -n Steven George of Philadelphia, PA, Temujin 0 Phillips of Tampa, and Michael George of Philadelphia PA-devoted friend of many years, Marilyn Cliatt of Tampa and a host of other loving relatives friends c: m (/) c )> z c and colleagues. He will be greatly missed by all. The r mains will repose from 5 until s rvice tim Tu day F bruary 3 2009 at Ray Williams Funeral Hom Arrang ments ntru ted to RAY WILLIAM FUN R L HOM Rhod;>s & North rn, Owners. '/llcn1 I, II ,.,., ... Creative-Ey Catching R alistic Monuments Qus/1/y Products A t Gr s t Pnces Supanor l:ngrevtng Done By 1: p nenC Ac= r All M or CrecJI( CQ!'Cfll

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TWINS MAI.AYAH RENEA AND IMARI JAMYAH MARSHALL Twins Malayah Renea Marshall and Imari Jamyah Marshall passed away, M onday, January 19, 2009. Graveside services will bd conducted SatUrday, January 31, 2009, at 11:30 a. m at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue. Interment will follow. Malayab and Imari were born,January19,2009,atSL Joseph's Women's. Hospital. 0 They lived 5 hours and 44 minutes. u.. Cherished memories are Q left with: their parents, z Charity N. Marshall and < Dezarius R. Cusseau; grand> mother, Loretta R. Marshall; C grandfather, Reginald M. Q Thomas; great grandparents, 0 Barbara and Ruben Hawkins W and Jimmie L. Marshall, Sr. and Ms. Billie Griffin; great, > gnat grandmother, Mrs. Ella et Mae Lockette; uncles, Joshua W M. Marshall, Jimmie L. > Marshall, Jr., Edward Mills W and David Mi1ls; aunts, Lisa 0 Sims (Fred), Faith Burston W (Ricky), Linda Mills, M i a % Oates and Tammie Mickens (Joseph); cousins, Jessica m Blue, Fred Sims and Jonecia Mickens; godmothers, t:L Shanita Smart and Torra z Williams; and a hos t of other i= relatives and friends. W THERE WILL B E N O PUB-..J LIC VIEWING ..J Friends are asked to please meet at Rest Haven m Memorial Park Cemetery, at irl approximately 11 :15 a. m., z Saturday morning. Zi= Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL W HOME, Rhodes & Northern, (f) Owners. < Q if 0 ..J u.. MRS. CHRISTINE BENNETT VEREEN Funeral s e r vices for Mrs. Christine B ennett V e r een, 8 7, who departe d this life on January 20, 2009, will be held at 1 p. m., Saturday, January 31 2009, at Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 604 W. Ball Street, Plant City, 33563. Interment will be at Garde n of Peace Cemetery, Plant City. Mrs. V eree n was born on December 6 1921 to the l a t e Willie and Lula Bennett. She attended Midway Hig h School. She was employed by Ocean Products and retired from Treasure Island Incorporated as a production worker. She was preceded in death by: 3 brothers, Joseph Bennett. William Bennett and Raymond Bennett; g randson, Bert Williams, Jr.; and sonin-Jaw, Bert Williams, Sr. She is survived by: 4 daughters, Annie Pearl Williams of Plant City, Yvonne Stallworth of Plant City, Delores VereenBostic of Plant City, and Erma Davis ( E dwin ) of Winter H aven ; 5 sons, Elbert Vereen (Betty) o f Columbia, SC, Franklin Vereen (Doris) of Plant City, Robert Vereen (Mary) o f Thonotosassa, Bruce Vereen ( Beverly) of Mar ietta, GA, a n d Solomon Vereen of Atlanta, GA ; brother, James Bennett (Christine) of Plant C ity; 32 grandchildre n 4 3 great grandch il dren and 1 5 great great grandchildre n ; and a hos t of nieces, n ephews, cousin s a n d sor rowin g friends. T h e viewin g will b e Friday, Janua r y 30, 2 009, a t Mt. Olive B a ptist Church 604 W. B a ll Street Plant City, from 5-7:30 p m T h e family will receive.friends from 6-7:30 p m A professional service of comfort b y W a shing t o n Funeral Chape l Tony R Washingto n Jr., O w ner, L.F. D WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPE L ARDIE ANDERSON Ardie Anderson, 87, of Tampa, passed away on January 25, 2009. He is survived by: his daughter, Betty Wheeler (Alton); sister, Altemese Symonette (Melvin) of Palm Coast, FL; grandchildren, Juanita Rochelle, Remel Williams, Bethany Dessler (Paul) and Allyson Wheeler; 7 great grandchildrer;t; .and a hos t of othe r f amily and friends. Ardie worked for many years with Florida Mining and Materials, retirin& in 1989. He will be dearly missed by all. The family will hold no formal memorial but wishu to express their thanks to all who unselfishly supported Ardie durin& his illness; and pray that all will remember him as the kind and generous person that he was. The family also would like to thank the staff of LifePath Hospice for the excellent car e and ser vice they provide d during hi period of illness. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ROBERT ALLEN Jan. 31 1961 -Jan.30,2007 It' b n two years ago tod y that God ailed you home. W e all mi and lo e you unconditionally. veryon who kn w you know that ou w re a car ing loving hu bund fath r, brother and friend. You w e r one in a million. H appy birth day Lov th All e n family. IN LOVING MEMORY SAMUAL CHAPMAN 10/12/66-11/20/07 FREDDIE MAE PICKENS 9/25/65-1/31/08 It s e e m s like only yesterday the two of you so peacefully slipped a w ay. God only chooses the best. So He took you guys and left the res t. Wha t a spe cial pair for Him to pick, an awesome guy and outstanding chick. You both are truly missed in each and every way Soon we will be together to walk around heaven. From, mother, kids, grandmother, sister, brother and grandchildren. IN LOVING MEMORY OF 1 ANNIE PEARL REYNOLDS May 1 7 1938 J an. 28, 2008 It hn b en one year since you departed thi s l ife. "Death ends a life but not a relation h ip. Sadly missed by yo u r husband, C hest e r Reynolds. WH.ATEVER T H E TIME OF YEAR. n J Nlm J HOM} : 3000 N 29th St Tampa. Fl33605 (800) 6053350. (813) 248-6125

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"" ::z:J Local GLORIA LUCY Mother I Wife Sunrise: 10-8-41 Sunset: 1-28-07 BIG RUTH (CANDY LADY /NINNIE) SMITH Grandma/ Mother-In-Law Sunrise: 9-2-25 Sunset: ??????? We know the Lord is taking care of you both. But we miss and s till love you both so very much. Rest in peace. Love, husband/son-in-law, A. B. Lucy; and son/grandson, Anthony (Peter, Tony) Moore. ANNIE MAE SEARCY September 5, 1925 -January25,2004 Mom, it's been 5 years. When the an1el came and said, Annie., your place is ready you must leave all those you love behind and the one that loves you dearly.' We'love and mias you-so much, Mom. Love, your c:hil dren, family and friends. Rest in peace, Mom, Mother Annie M.Searcey. WADE'WEST Feb. Love always. Your mother, Liz West; father, ElljahWeat; sister, brother and your children. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. RUTH ELAINE BURNS 1/26/s8-8/1/o6 Even though you have moved on, your memory will leave Its 'remains In 'our lives forever. Happy birth$1ay, Mommy. Love, your husband, WUiie 0. Burns; son, Gary Joaquin Presley; dau1hter, Ebonl Elaine Burns; and the famUy. .. REMEMBRANCE OF YOUR 81TH BIRTHDAY Your lovln1 family, Ozel, Arlena, Xxvler, Rewa and Zldany Chl ,holm, Tamlk and UttleMark. Maxine, we mit.s you. CARD OF THANKS MOZELLAJ. WALKER We, the family of Mozella J. Walker are deeply saddened by the loss of our matriareh of the family. We would like to express our gratitude, prayers, and acts of kindness during our time of sorrow. Special thanks to: Greater Bethel Church, Rev. Oscar Johnson, Bishop James Howell and Aikens Funeral Home. Sincerely, the Walker fam ily. CARD OF THANKS AND IN MEMORY OF CHRISTOPHER RYAN JAMES 1/31/86-11/28/08 Our sincere thanks to' : Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, Senior Pastor,. Rev. Dr. A .{"'-Jeffrey Johnson an.d the 34{.0 Street Church Of God family and others too numerous to mention, but too impol1ant not to forget. Perhaps you hugged one of us or held our shaking hands. Perhaps you prayed or spoke the kindest, comforting words. Perhaps you sat quietly in a chair, or rendered a service unseen. Perhaps you san1 lovely song or sent beautiful flowers. Whatever done to console our heartS, we truly felt your love. Everything done added strength and will be remembered. To all of you who saw us through, we express our gratitude. As time goes by without Christopher and the days will turn Into years, they hold a million memories and a thousand tears. To our faml ly you were so special. What more is there to say? Except we wl h you were here today; So sadly missed by the entire, family on your birth da). The family of Christopher James. l'> z Tampa Mother Of 4 Dies At108 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa mother of 4 children died at the age of 108. Mrs. Henrietta Wilks Smith died of natural causes at South Tampa R ehabilitation Center on Monday.' Six years ago, Mrs. Smith moved to Tampa to live with her son and daughter-in-law, James and Rozelle Smith, Jr., and family. After moving here, s h e became a member of Crossroads By Faith in Valrico . Smith said his mother, "Was a very, very smart lady and very much into the church. She always loved the Lord and reading her Bible. She loved to sew and liked working crossword puzzles." The granddaughter of a slave, Mrs. Smith was born in South Carolina, the youngest of 11 children born to Robert and Lucy Willes. The family moved to Pine Bluff, Arkansas, where she atte nded sc ho ol and graduated from Winchester High School. During h e r lifetime, Mrs. Smith worked as a missionary and sold life insurance After reaching adulthood, CARD OF THANKS ANNIE MAE LAWRENCE We, the family of Annie Mae Lawrence, would like to thank: Rev. C. P. Epps and the Mt. Olive Family, Metropolitan Ministries, Aikens Funeral Home, HART, Wilma Figs, Hospice and everyone who supported us during the loss of our mother. MRS. HENRIEITA WILKS SMITH Aug. 26, 1900 -Jan.26,2009 she married and became the mother of four children, 2 of which preceded her in death. Her other surviving son lives in Pine Bluff Funeral services for Mrs. Smith will be held on Saturday in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Jackson Funeral Home of Tampa is in charge of handling arrangements. The l'amlly of Kennedy Edward Stillings would like to thank everyone for their prayers, telephone calls, cards, flowers, food and all other acts of kindness shown duri111 our time of-bereavement. Special thanks to: the staff of Ray Wllllams Funeral Home and Tangala Williams and Cemex, Inc. Thank you all so much. The Stillings family. In funeral services for over 70 years. < N 0 0 CD

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0 C") > a: < ;::) z < ""') With No Job And 5 Kids, 'Bener To End our lives,' Man Wrote c .a: LL a: LL. c z <( c f/) w ::) > a: w LOS ANGELES, CA --It was described as one of the most grisly -scenes Los Angeles police had ever encountered: the bodies of five young children and their parents, all shot to death, in two upstairs rooms of the family's home "The reaction on their faces was not a pretty sight," neighbor Jasmine Gomez told CNN. "There was an officer who came out of the house throwing up." But even more incompre. hensible to some was the story that emerged after the bodies were found Tuesday: A father who, in a last desperate act after he and his wife were fired from their jobs, killed all six family members before turning the gun on himself. In a letter faxed to Los Angeles television station KABC before his suicide, Ervin Antonio Lupoe blamed his former employer A photo on Ervin Lupoe's Facebook page shows his wife and five children. for the deaths, detailing his grievance against Kaiser Permanente's West Los Angeles Medical Center, where he and his wife, Ana, had worked as techni cians. Lupoe, 40, claimed the couple was being investigated for "misrepresentation of our employment to an outside agency for the benefit to ourselves's (sic), childcare." He said the initial interview was held on December 19, and when he c w % f/) :i m ::) oav II Vindication For Grandma AS Pav law Signed G. WASHINGTON -For ti Lilly Ledbetter, it was a :::t -day of vindication over a m decade .in the making. ..J President Obama st-w -. z ands with LiD Ledbetter sl;>.ortly ffi bill bearing er name 0 Thursday . -More than 1.0 years after it first filing a gender dis-. 9 erimination claiin with the LL Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the beaming retired grandmother from Alabama stood in the .East Room of the White House, watching the president of the United States sign a landmark piece of pay-equity legislation bearing her .name. "I cannot begin to describe how honored and humbled I feel today;" Ledbetter said. "When I filed my claim ... never, never did I imagine the path that it would lead me down ." Ledbetter's contribution to the long struggle for women's tights, however, did not come easily. It took three presidential cam-< paigns, years of arguing and p ersuasion in the halls w of Congress, and seemingly endl_ess rounds of litigation. a: It also took the help of a stranger. "I did not learn of the pay discrimination until late in my_ career," Ledbetter, a former employee with Goodyear Tire and Rubber, said during an interview with CNN. "Someone left me an anonymous note in my mailbox at work showing my pay versus three males. And we four were doing the exact same job." Ledbetter retired after 19 years working for Goodyear in Gadsden, Alabama. She filed a complaint with the EEOC in March 1998, alleging that men in her plant doing similar work were paid 15 percent to 40 p ercent more. The records backed her up. By the end of 1997, Ledbetter was p aid $3,727 a month, while her low est paid male counterpart earned $4,286 a month. Her highe st-paid male counterpart received $5,2:36 a month. Ultimately, both the EEOC and a jury ruled in her favor. Ledbetter was awarded $360,000 in back pay. reported for war k on December 23, "I was told by my administrator ... that 'You should not e ven have bothere d to come to work today. You should have blown your brains out."' "Oh lord, my God," the letter concludes. "Is there no hop e for a widow's son?" Kaiser Permanente said in a statem ent Tues day night that although the company is "saddened by the despair in Mr. Lupoe's letter faxed to the media ... we are confi dent that no one told him to take his own life or the lives of hi s family." Watch how the note brought police to the home" The company followed its initial statement with another, saying the couple was fired for forging the signatures of supervisors and misrepresenting their income on documents they gave to agencies that pro vide help with child care. leiiJ Rawland Slllts From Beveace's ManaaerDad KELLY ROWLAND NEW YORK --Kelly Rowland says she will always be a part of Beyonce's family, but she no longer will be managed by the superstar's father. Rowland and Matthew Knowles announced Wednesday that he is bow ing out as her manager. He's guided her career since she was kid, when he put her in Destiny's Child along with Beyonce. He even helped raise h e r Both Rowland and Knowles -who still manages daughter Beyonce -called the split amicabl e. Both say they will a lway s be family Rowland has so ld millions of records as part of Destiny's Child, but her solo career hasn't matched that success Rowland who turns 27 next month did not say who h e r n ew manager will be Lot at Banow Man Killed In Train Accident POLK COUNTY -The Florida Highway Patrol r eports that a Bartow man was kille d in an accident Wedl).esday night at Deeson and Kathleen Roads. According to the report, La travis Williams, 27, was traveling on Deeson Road approaching Kathleen Road. A train was traveling south approaching Deeson R oad. The crossing arms were down with all lights and bells activated, warning vehic1es of the approaching train: Williams drove his vehicle around the crossing arms and into the path of the train. The front of the train struck the rear of the vehicle causing it to travel to the opposite side of the road. It then struck a con trol house that powered the crossing arms. The train LA TRAVIS WILLIAMS ..... killed in train accident continued to travel until coming to a controlled stop. Williams received fatal injuries in the accident and was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident is still under investigation, and officials said details regarding the accident are subject to change. House Vote Stops Delav 01 DTV Deadline Earlier in the week, the U. S Senate unanimously approved a bill to extend the deadline of Tuesday, February 17th, in which households must convert from analog to digital telev1s1on. However, on Wednesday, members of the U S House rejected the bill by a 258-168 margin. This means that those who have not obtained converter boxes, cable, or satellite television will not be able to pick up a television signal after February 17th. The argument was that many households were not prepared for the deadline and that an extension was needed. Additionally:, the discount coupons offered by the government have encountered a financial crisis and currently have a list of more than 3 million households waiting for coupons. The House has the option of voting again to pass the bill on a "fast-track" procedural basis.

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Crime News Man Charged With Possessing over $1 Million In Counterfeit Merchandise JUNIOR PRENTICE On Wednesday, a tip led Tampa Police detectives to the International Flea Market, 11311 North Nebraska Avenue, where a man had rented two stalls. Detectives seized at least $500,000 in counterfeit merchandise in the first stall, and obtained a search warrant before they entered the second stall that was closed. As a result, police arrest e d Junior Prentice, 38, charging him with distributing goods with counterfeit trademarks. Police said mor e charges are pending According to reports, an inventory of the two stalls resulted in the recov ery of 488 counterfeit NFL jer seys, 129 counterfeit NBA jerseys, 95 counterfeit MLB jerseys, 32 counterfeit NHL jerseys, 819 counterfeit Nike shoes, 592 counterfeit handbags, 348 counterfeit wallets, and 175 counterfeit watches. Additional counterfeit sunglasses and mis cellaneous jewelry was also recovered. Police said the total value of the items seized is $1,227,540. Officers and agents also seized a box truck containing more fraudulent items. Inventory on the truck will be com pleted later. Prentice was released after posting the $2,000 bond E BAILBONDS Us Be rour lstAnd Last Choice Free Services Offered To Client" *Job Refferrals *Referrals For Treaiment Re-establishing Convicted Felons Voting Righlo; (813) 664-0404 5005 Martin Luther Jr. Blvd. ( 1 block cu .. of 50\h LET F REEDOM RING AMOS BAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs 308 E. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 Tell?: (813) 933-0444 Cell: (813) 493-8387 Record Companv Executive Awaits Trial "G-Style" According to the U. S Attorney's Office, Donnie Lattimore, CEO of Drak Boy Records, has not been sentenced yet on drug charges, and has a court date of March 23rd. It was reported earlier that Lattimore had been sentenced to life in prison on the charges. Lattimore is currently being held in federal cus tody. SISNCI Clllllld With Veblclelbell RAYMOND DANZEY Early Thursday morning, Tampa .Pol ce arrested a 24-yeir-old man on grand theft auto charges According to reports, offi cers were patrolling the area of 12th Street and Frierson in an unmarked vehicle when they saw a 20 0 2 4 door Saturn traveling through t h e area. The officers immediatel y recognized the vehicle from an alert earlier that it had been stolen. The officers followed the vehicle until it pulled into a driveway. The officers blocked the v ehicle and arrested the driver, Raymond Devon Danzey. 56th Street, Sfe 13 FL 33617 Office (813) 988 7881 ., 0 Teenagers Charged In Cop Shooting c.. )> z c: )> :::tl < Co) JAMESSEAY ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police arrested three teenagers Monday night, charging them with armed robbery and the attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. Police said at 10:20 p.m., two on-duty police detectives form the department's Special Investigations Unit saw three suspicious individ uals on bicycles n the area of 1st Avenue, North and 31st Street, North. The detectives report that the individuals left their bicycles in an alley and walked toward an Exxon Station at 3061 1st Avenue, North. Two of the suspects robbed the station while the third acted as a lookout One of the suspects was armed with a handgun After the robb ery, all three susp ects ran back into the alley where they had left their bicycles One of the detectives arrested Desmond Creary, 17, in t h e alley behind a l aw office James Seay, 18, approached the detective and fired several shots, striking the detective several times in the upper and lower body. The detectives returned fire, but none of the suspects were injured. SHAHEED WRIGHT DESMOND CREARY All three suspects then ran between buildings onto Central Avenue where they were arrested James Seay's handgun was recovered at the scene along with a bandana and a ski mask that was used in the robbery. The identity of the wound ed detective was not released because of the nature of his assignment with the agency, 9 1\) 0 0 "' but he is reported to be 41 years old and a 19-year vet eran of the department. His '11 condition was listed as seri-:::tl ous, but stable. The third suspect, ;..: Shaheed Wright, 16, acted as the lookout during the offense. Man Uses Fake Badge To Force Woman To Have sex CLEARWATER .. Clearwate r Police arrested a 40-year-old man Wednesday, accusing him of using a fake police badge to coerce an 18-year-old woman into per forming sex u a l acts on him. James Blue was arrested while h e was at work. He faces charges of sexua l battery and impersonating an. Open 24Houra "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won t Have To Sit" officer. Police said a man drove up to the woman last .Saturday morning as she stood on a street in Clearwater. He allegedly told the woman he was an undercover police officer and he would arrest her unless h e performed sex acts on him, police aid. Police said t h man s how d th womah a bad ge, but it did not sa 1 nrwat r Polic Th om a n id ntifi d Btu and h -. a' arrest d In 2000, polic 'aid p l .ea d e d no cont st to a charge of soli itin pros ti tu t ion C) m 1\) Co) I )>

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" ..... _, .,... ---' SECTION -FLORIDA SE"T.INEL--FRIDAY,jANUARY30,2009 B Black Women Business Owners Group Holds One-oav Seminar The Quorum Hotel was the site of a one-day 'Women In Business seminar and luncheon hosted by Black Women Business Owners, Executives and Entrepreneurs on January 16, 2009. A variety of workshops were held throughout the day The luncheon featured Ruth Duncan Bell, Senior Vice President of Public Affairs of Life Link Foundation, as the guest speaker. (Photos by Brunson) Renee Scott, Herma White and Kendra Glassmeyer were among the Black business owners sharing information with those attending the seminar. Ruth Esther Mann of A Touch of Grace Art shared pieces of art. Stacey Spencer, Dr. Hazel Harvey and Elder Michelle B. Patty attended the one-day seminar at the Quorum Hotel. Author Ersula R. Odom with copies of her books. Mrs. Deborah L. Williams of Bellafia Chocolate Boutique, and Carla Jackson of.the City of Tampa. R. Colette Glover-Hannah and Katina McClinton of Fresh Start Development. Business woman Angela Burney of The Essentials. David Winston, Nama Rolon', Bclcria Floyd and Candy Lowe at the luncheon.

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Local 0 M > a: <( ;:) z <( ""') Bovs And Girls Clubs Looking For Old Members Adult And Communitv School Partners With Communitv C In what is being them e d as ff Connecting With The Past," a reunion reception for alumni members of the West Tampa Boys and Girls Club will be held to celebrate the club's history, reunite old friends and honor alumni member Richard Someillan. As a West Tampa Boys Club alumnus, Someillan dedicated more than 40 years of service to the orga nization as a staff member, fundraiser and volunteer. The reunion will honor his many years of commitment to the community's youth. Spokesman Ricky Gallon said the board came up with the idea to find a way 'to reconnect with the commu-C nity. i: "Our main goal is to use I.L the alumni to attract future C members and reconnect with z <( members of the past. "We're going to have a slide c show with photos from the en 1930s. The organization was an all boy club until the late ._ 1980s." On Saturday, February 21st w > w c w :I: en ::i m ;:) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J I.L RICKY GALLON from 5 p .m. until 7:30 p m., alumni will meet at the George M. Steinbrenner Family West Tampa Boys and Girls Club, 1301 North Boulevard Gallon, who is an alumni, was a highly sought after basketball player in Tampa before gong to Louisville University where he played under coa ch Denny Crum. He also played professionally. Gallon said if it weren t for the club h e doesn't know where he might have wound up "The club kept us all Darnell E. Ingram, Esq., Cory J. Person, Esq. & Delano S. Stewart, Esq. Marti Rated Lawyer Years .,., . 1//ff.'"" = / Service To Our focus e d a nd we lea rn ed to r espect ourselves We w e rd e ncoura ged to also cany th e word to our n e ighborhood s and attract mor e kids." Gallon is entering his 14th year with the club and said he learned to play basketball there and credits his experi ence with laying the founda tion for his future. Currently comprised of 21 facilities in Hillsborough and Pasco Counties, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Tampa serve more than 9,000 youths annually through the generosity of United Way and Children's Board of Hillsborough County. Through key programs that emphasize character and leadership development, youth development profes s ionals provide children ages 5-18 with education and career developm e nt health an d life ski lls the arts, as well as sports, fitness and recreation. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@Bsentine{, com. Th e Middleton Adult and Community School is fasat becom ing a hub of activity for lifelong learners. Open 5 days a week, the goal is to serve the needs of the community, Barbara Jefferson Ragin, Community School Administrator, Middleton Adult and Community School, stated. High school credit cvlasses are available to students enrolled in the traditional and magnet programs at Middleton and from other area high schools. ESOL classes are available to speakers of other languages who want to improve oral and written com munication skills, and to individuals interested in obtaining a GED (General Education Diploma) While the classes are free, there is a class size requirement. Personal growth classes (basic computer skills, cosmetology, conversational Spanish, fundamental electrical wiring) may be offered where there is a demand, but these require a small fee. Evening classes are 3 hours and for credit-seeking students Classes begin at 4:30 p. m. ESOL and other community service courses begin at 5 p. m. Classes are held Monday Thursday 11:15 a. m.-8 p. m and Fridays 7 a m 3 :45 p. m For more information, please contact the Adult and Community Education Office at (813) 233 4401. WI!J! ___. __ _. f';_ "The V
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Birthday Greetings I And Still I Rise A'LIJAH, MAR'QUEZE And VANESSA If you spin around in a full three-s ixty you'll spo t me, continu ously rising to the top!! I'm allergic to falling down and s ta y ing there ... It was h ard t o see through the stormy weather. But with God as our guiding lig ht my famil y and I made it through all right "'"''-'-= ........... ...:.;.;..;.........., We made it this far by faith! Leaning on the Lord 's pro mis e th a t MS. INDEPENDENf He'll never put too much on us, than we can bare And still I rise, to put on m y vest with an'S' on m y c h est o h yes I'm a super-woma n yes I am!!! Younger And Wiser MS.BRINA Happy birthday to my wonderful mother oil February 2nd! Enjoy your'day, Ma. 1 yau, 0n1b. TARIHOPPS Happy birthday Tari. From, m om and dad, Mr. and Mrs. Hopps and all the siblings. From big bros to Iii bros, from big sis to lil sis, you we all greatly miss. But it's '09 and almost your time. Your ride home will be in that limo car, and that party will be ready like a rock star. We love you son.-Happy birthday from, Grandma, all your aunties and uncles cousins, Auntie Freda and Auntie Gwen. Happy 25th Victor! SHANE' And VICI'OR Wishing you a blessed birthday / I thank God for you and I love you forever! Your fiancee Shane'. Gamma Theta Omega Chapter Of. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Presents The Annual Ivy Community Festival & Entrepreneur Day Celebrating prtraordlnary f!!rograms Saturday, January 31, 2009 10:00 AM-2:00 PM The AKA House 412 East 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 33602 Call 813-22.8 for More Information This Event Is Free & Everyoneislnvfted Refreshments Art Activities & Games for the entire Family Entertainment Vendors Birthday Celebrants MR. td MRS. JEROME (JOHNNIE) SCOTT Happy birthday to Johnnie Scott on January 30, 2009, in Washington D C We will be celebrating Johnnie Scott and Jerome scott :a c c... )> z c: )> ]J -< (.,) _o 1\) 0 0 en m z ::f z m r-1 aJ c: r rm ::f z '0 c: aJ r-(j) :::t m c m < m :D < -1 c: m en 0 ,. z c 'T1 ;!! c

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en 0 0 N 0 M > a: w c w :::c (j) :::i m D. z ffi ..I ..I m .:.. w Birthday Greetings I Happy Birthday, 'C.J.' CHRISTOPHER 'CJ' JAMES And NAYASHIA CHRISTOPHER, JR. Your-family, son and I want you to know how much we love you and miss you. We know that God has a plan and we'll see you soon. 1431\fr. R. G. N.! MS.CHIMERE Happy 25th birthday. Ms. "Chimmy." May God continue to bless you and all that you do. Love,. your family and friends. TONIA WILLIAMS Happy 35th birthdayToma WilliAms, 1-30-09. From, Terrance and Shakima. z w c c a: 0 ..I LL Hqnor Roll Ads Will Be Published Fiiaay, February 20, 2009 Deadline To In Ad Februc;try. 1 ,1, 2009 .. "' . Student's _____ School::------Grade::'---Parefrts: For More lnfonnation Contact Iris At 248-1921 Look Who's Turning 2 And 1 !! KILLA 'K' And BOSS Birthday shout outs to two of Tampa's finest toddlers: LaDanian CynTonio Love and Keyon Green, Jr., who will be celebrating with a bash at Rowlett Park with family .and friends. We love y'all, have a blessed day. Mothers, Tonya Mann and Eboni Thomas. He Is 18, Wow! Jan. 28th RODNEY AtAge8 RODNEY AtAgetS Special birthday wishes are going out to my eldest son, Rodney E. Johnson, Jr. I can't believe you are 18 years old ... wow! And I am so proud of the young man you have become. Thank you for being a good son and a great example to younger brothers. Stay sweet, keep God first and watch your dreams come true. Love, mom, Sharof1l stepdad, Rennia, and your brothers, Tre and Romello. \ KYNNEDI HILTAN YOUNG You don't have to be a star b'aby, to be in our show. Kynnedl made her debut 1/27/2006, and has been ris ing ever since. Kynnedi is the daughter of Anika and Fred and she will celebrate her 3rd birthday on Super Bowl Sunday with family and friends. Take your bow, Kynnedl, we love you. NIKKI And Nephew, RODNEY JOHNSON Happy belated birthday to Nikki and Shipp, who celebrated their special days on 1/8 and 1/11. From your sister and brother-in-law, Sharon and Rennia, and your nephews, Rodney, Tre and 'Champions Of The Game' T. MANN And T. D. You are more than a friend, you are my sister and I pray that your birthday brings you everything you deserve Have a good day Bow-Legs. Love, y our partner in crime T. Mann. Happy birthday godmomma! Love, Bookie. GRAND LADY AND BOSS Happy birthday to our mother, Linda Hodges. Love, Tony, Niecy and Tonya Mann. Enjor your day, Ma, Feb. 15 : Go Cardinals!!! MS.NANCI A new year, a new man! She will be celebrating her 28th birthday on Fri(}ay, January 30th.

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All About You Congratulations ROLUNS, FUCUNDA, MONICA And JOE What God put together, no man, nor woman can take apart. Congratulations, Fucunda and Rollin on becoming one on January 24, 2009. We love you. Ms. l.Oe, and familY, . RHONDA January30 To a woma11 that is beautiful, smart and strong, we love you so much From your family. Happy, happy birthday to you. I Love you baby RALPH And BB -Happy Love, Jamercia,. Keonia, Nana, Ralph and family. . Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week I n Advance Call: 248-1921. For More Info MR$. CARRIE GOVAN shout ou'ts' are going to a special person in our Mrs. Carrie :Govan, who turned 83, Thursday, January 29th. She will be celebrating her birthday with her stEipdaugh ter, Mary (Jan. 9), at their residence on 32nd and Caracas with family and From, a close person of the family, goddaught e r of Mrs. Carrie, Wanda Buie w ith love. Have many, many more Religious 'T1 :II 0 house they were not con-c.. cerned about being reim-l> bursed. They were not keep-Z ing a running tally of expens-es. They served out of a since :II of right and ministry. -< -Great To Serve Elisha inquired of the ,? woman what could he give N her in return. He was g extremely grateful for what wanted nothing. She knew Cn that she nothing She desired no reward for her ser--t z VIce. m The people in the church are perhaps at their best m when they serve and expect C: nothing in return. The lead-ers of the church are perhaps at their best when they z receive with humility the ser-'tJ vice of God's people and have C: a stronger desire to give back to them. It is great to serve u; and God blesses those who :J: do Now -Registering loriPI 3716 E. Lake Ave. .. Reverwnd W.O. Sims Paator Tampa, FL 336l0. (813) 621 "Trai n up a child In the way he C) m U'1 I tD

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., Church Directory 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 CHURCH 11530 Walker Road ..... 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, FL 33605 Hillsborough High School (813) 986-3971 Plant City, FL 33566 (813} 752-2858 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242_4572 5000 N Central Ave. (813) 610-1252 William Kerrlson, Minister w EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Tampa, FL 33603 Sunday 9 REV. WALTER J. WILUAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A. M Wed. Family Night-7 P .M. Dea. John C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A M Morning Worship ................. 1 0 :30A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. PM. Evening Worship ................... 6 :00 P M Wednesday Night Class ..... JOO P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat.. ... 1 0-12 Noon ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 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 Jlewkh1l, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8 : 00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12 :00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@ aol.com Mission Statement: ':4 Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man Outreach Ministry : NOAH COMMUNITY, INCJ 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 -Tel:(813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@apl.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7 :45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30AM. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS s 'PM-Family Ser1es Hour (B.T.U. ) 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion) TUI;SDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM-General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org 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, FL 33619 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Sun. Morning 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 Be li e v ers I Can Do All Thing s Through Christ Who Strengthens Me.Phil 4 : 1 3 ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services ij7 \ :' each Sunday t y Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday Take Progtess Blvd 1 0 5 851h 51 lum North go lo Ash Ave I urn E follow I he curve lo I he lei I ( 5 861h 51 ) and lh e d1urch is on lhe r ighl Office Location: REV. JOE BAY, Pastor Worship Service Location 9007 Gunn Highway Odessa, FL 33556 Georgetown Office Park 1307 W Aetcher Ave Tampa, F L 33612 SUNDAYS F irst Frui t Worship Service 7 :30 A M Morn1ng Celebration Serv:ce 11.00 A M THURSDAYS Voice Ot The Word B i ble Study 7 :30P. M Morning Worship 1'1 :00 A M YPWW-6 :00P. M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M REBIRTH 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 1 0 :15A.M. Evening Worship..... .. ..5 PM. o Wednesday en m z ::j z m r-1 m c r rm ::j z "'D c m r-Cii :::1: m c m < m :::D -< -4 c m en c )> z c ., :::D c

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en Local 0 C') > a: <( ::J z <( .., > a: u. c a: u. c z c( c en w ::J .... > a: w > w c w ::r::: (/) ::i m ::J Ill. z t= w ...I ...I ::J m ..:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ii Kuumba Dancers At The Jimmie B. Keellibrarv The Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Libraries welcome the Kuumba Dancers and Drummers (an African folk dance and music troupe) on Sunday, Febru_ary 1 at 2 p. m. at the Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 2902 West Bearss Ave., Tampa. The Kuumba Dancers and Drummers will expose attendees to the sounds, vibrant moves and stories of tlie people from the dif-ferent African Diaspora. During the performance, audience members are encouraged to participate in the rhythm and repeat "new" African words taught by the troupe. This program is co-spon sored by the Friends of the Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library. For more information about this and other FREE programs @ your library, please call (813) 273-3652 or visit hcplc.org. IV 11111-lllllllllsllllllllll C-1rcb 118 W.IJiressltreet 111. lr. w. Faverlta, Pastor Tickets: S25 Children 12 & Under $10 For More Information l813l 839-8626 FAMU Students Selected As First Victoria Secret's PINK Ambassadors It all started in October of last year when Victoria's Secret PINK (VS PINK) representatives made a special trip to Florida A&M University (FAMU) to announce a new business partnership that would put the University's name and the Rattler sym bol on a new line of collegiate wear. By midDecember the stylish sweat pants, hoodies and tees were unveiled in select stores across the state and quickly sold out as F AMU coeds and other consumers clamored for more. And by the first day of 2009, there were three new faces in place on the FAMU campus to serve as ambassadors for the popular new brand. Ashley Blakely, Lindsey Johnson, and Jasmin Grant will go down in both FAMU and VS PINK history as being the first brand am bassadors for the VS PINK HBCU Collegiate Collection on the campus. Two of them, Blakely and Grant, are in their final semester of study at FAMU while Johnson is GenesiS Wors ip Center 2711 18th Avenue Tampa, Florida Elder Alfonzo Broughton Senior Pastor Sunday Morning Worship 10:45A.M. Services Wednesday 7 P.M. "'A Church for All Poople ReM:hlng the Brolcrn md ForgottM"' Booker T. Washington Alumni Day Friday, February 20, 2009 S 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 Andrw at (813) 233 or e-mail at: KenyaJones@sdhc.k12.fl.us or Ollvla.Brown Andrew(Jsdhc.k12.ftus. Please R .S. V P By: February 11,2009 We are looking forward to remembering t"-old d at Booker T.llll From left to right, Florida A&M University students Jasmin Grant, Lindsey Johnson and Ashley Blakely are brand ambassadors for the Victoria Secret's PINK HBCU Collegiate Collection. one year behind them. All three students are majoring in public relations in the FAMU School of Journalism and Graphic Communication and fully understand the role of integrated communication as a tool to help ignite interest in the brand at FAMU. Perhaps of equal importance, all three have been long-time consumers of the Victoria' s Secret PINK clothing "I'm really excited about the opportunity to intern with VS PINK and to represent the line I am a fan of the clothing and I love the combination of representing my school in both a professional and fashionable way," Lindsey Johnson, of Orlando said. Victoria's Secret PINK partnered with the Collegiate Licensing Company and launched an exclusive assortment of collegiate co-branded merchandise more than a year ago. New Harmony M. B. Church 5610 East M. L. K. Jr., Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Phone For A Ride (813) 531-4799 Rainbow Ministries Church Of ('..od In Christ 1801 W. Waters Ave. Stc B Tampa, FL 813-933-2404 Putor: First Lady: Missionary Cheryl Green Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School-9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-11 A.M. Monday Morning Prayer9 A.M. Wednesday Worship Prayer Semce 7 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Saturday Morning Prayer Warriors Service Every Second SaL Of Each Month . ne Viriol! Feitlt Abundant Life Church Of God In Christ 4125 Nassau SL W. Tampa, FL 33607 {113) 875-9077 KAREN BARNES PASTOR OF OPERATIONS Onr OrdL'I Of S n irr S(honl '1:.10 \ \1 Wnr,hil' II :00 \ \1 Iatereeuoryl'raJer Moaclay-Friday 6:H P.M. Blblelutltwte Wec1D11day '7:31P.M. Corporate let A 3ri friday-1:01 P.M. HI H-c-JJMf 1flq Ala"' H-UFB. ..

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Column Januacy: Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday: Cora Hopkins, Susan Rodriguez, Kelly Griffen, Karen Myers, Amber Ramey, Jessica Harmon, Inez Green, Tyree Ackerman and Tarvarius Riley. Belated birthday wishes to Treece Singleton, who celebrated his special day on January 16, 2009. You are wishes many, many more by your family and friends. Uplifting Prayers Let us pray for each other, you pray for me and I'll pray for you. Let us keep the following in all our prayers: Thomas Lake, James Wiggs, Leona Williams, Peggy Henderson, Caesar Morgan, Perry King, Margaret Morgan, Lena Daniels (Brandon Healthcare), Arthur Morris, Eddie West, Perry King, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (Della) Vickers, Dr. Junius and Dr. Ferne Moore, Tonya Simmons and Victoria Brown. Get well prayers. go out to all the sick and !'hut-ins, including: Henrietta Peterson, Mrs. Dorothy Mallard, Mrs. Marie and Mrs. EdieDonaldson. A speedy recovery is wished for Mr. Johnnie Richmond, who recently underwent surgery. Mr. 'Richmond is home recuperating. Our prayers are with him. Free Classes Free Exercise and Nutrition Classes are being offered on Wednesdays from 6-7 p. m. at Winston Park, 7605 Destin Drive, Greater Palm River Point. The ciasses will provide information to help reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes and asthma. They will also provide exercise options and healthy cooking options For more info, call Liz Gutierrez at (813) 628-9539. St. James AME Church Sunday, January 18, 2009, was the Sarah Allen Women's Auxiliary Day, honoring Dr. Feme Moore and Sis. Della Vickers: The theme was, "Reuiue Us Again" (Proverbs 3:3-6). The service was as follows: Worship Leader -Sis. Charlene Bland, Call to Carol Sinith; Hymn of P.raise SU. Renae Smith, Invocation .Sia. Geri Brooke, Period of Praise Cl\oir, Scripture Leeaon .Sia. Oqteon.f)oyd, 'Solo-Si. Michele Litany -Sie. Lavern :oms of Mieeion .. .-Sit. Bernita. Wldte, Welcome and Occasion -Sandra Mitchell, Announcementi -Church Clerk,. Tithes, Gifts and Offerings -Tampa Bay Red Sistahs, of Speaker -Sl1. Ambyria Ferrell, Hymn of Preparation -Rev. Cathy FaysonJohnson, The Message Proclaimed -Sis. C .heryl Ferrell, the Lord's Prayer -Rev. Joe Gay, Remarks -Sis. Sharon K. Robinson, and the Doxology and Benediction-Rev. Joe Gay. The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets each Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m. This group of God's children gather together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Everyone is invited to come and share with them. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothes, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Boulevard (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.) Congratulations Shevonne Philidor of Brandon joined more than 140 of America's Best Artists at Young Arts Week, run by the National Foundation for Advllllcement in the Arts. The all expense paid event was held in Miami from January 12-17. Shevonne was chosen from 8;000 applicants in nine disciplines. She was selected for her work in theaters. She is a student at Blake High School. We Salute You Airmen graduates from the Air Force Basic Training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas are: Lauren B. Collins, the daughter of Karen and Gregory Collins of Valrico and 2007 grad of DUJant; and Jorey A. Coleman, son of Adrell Coleman of Brandon. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry Inmates can request a FREE Bible and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677-4618 Progress Village Little League The last registration date is Saturdays, Jan. 31, from 10 a. m to 12 noon, for ages 4-16 Progress Village Recreation Center is located at 8701 Progress Blvd., Tampa, 33619. Contact Tony Parker at (813). or visit www.St.eamz.com/ProiP'easYill uewague FiuDily And Friend Cruise CaJne are lbntted, so call 1oonl fFor information about cruise scheduled for June 11-f, 2009, call Debora Barr Howard (813) 417-6654 . st. Joseph M. B. Church News Rev. Thomas Heyward, Interim Pastor and the entire congregation wish to extend birthday wishes to: Charles Roberts, Sharon Parker, Elaine Johnson and Cassandra Granville. Get well wishes go out to: Rev. Jacqueline Brooks, Evangelist Cassandra Granville. Larry Durr, Samuel Sheppard. Sister Bert Graham, Brother Wilbert Johnson. Jaybest Coffee, the Blue family, Kena Salsbury, Sister Sylvia Royal and Brother Mack Sheed. Thought For Today "I believe that friends are quiet angels who sit on our shoulders and lift our wings when we forget how to fly." F. Y.I. ., ::D c Remember our service men 'and women who put their lives on the line daily. C: Remember the helpers in )> the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) w 671-1541 or B. 0. P., (813) 9 238-5221. 1\) Call your news in to g lradean London-Biggs at CD (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! ., r 0 ::D rn m z 15"&16"-S795 I7'' -19-S895 ,20"-$1095 22"-$1695 24"-2695 m r;m c: r r 9370 N. FLORIDA AVE; TAl\fPA,FL OPEN MON. SAT. 9-6 ,. ::;>_/"":;(:' !!I z ., c: m r u; :::1: m c m < m c: m rn c )> z c ., ::D 6

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Sports Serena Steams Into .Semi-Finals Howard Sets All-Star Voting Record Former Girlfriend Of Knicks' Currv Found Slain In Chicago Apartment -Temperatures reach 109 during the match between Serena .Williams and her opponent. It was so hot, Serena says she felt like she was having an out-of body e.'\.-perience. MELB OURNE Australia -Serena Williams wa s having what she called an "out-of-body experience" Wednesday in brutal heat a t the Australian Open. Closing the Ro p Laver Arena roof and cranking up the--air conditioning helped the defending champion pull herself t!>gether and to the semifinals -but left her opponent steaming. I fe l t I was watching someone play in a blue dress, and it wasn't me, because it was so hot out there," said the ranked American, who beat Russia's Kuznetsova 5-7, 7-5 6-1. "And I kept tryiog to t ell myself that it's not hot. -But it got hotter." Williams, seeking' her fourth Australian title a nd lOth Grand Slam championship overall, next Olympic go ld meda)ist Elena Dementieva. With temperatures soaring to 109 degrees on a cloudless day -had her rackets restrung during her match becau s e they lost their tension -the retractable roof was closed after Kuznestova won the first set. The heat was beginning to take a toll on Williapts,' and the eighth-seeded Kuznet8ova was angry at the decision. She felt that the break gave Willidms time to recover and playing indoors benefited the American's powerful serve. DWIGHT HOWARD ORLANDO -He was the first to dress as Supe rm a n to win a dunk contest. He' s now the fir s t player to get 3 million votes from fans Yes, the All-Star game is fast becoming Dwight Howard's personal show case The Orlando Magic center who 'leads the NBA in rebounds, blocked shots and doubl e-do ubles got a record 3,150,181 votes to" lead this season's All-Star team, released Thursday. CHICAGO -A woman found shot to death in a Chicago apartment was a former girlfriend ofNew York Knicks player Eddy Curry and the mother of his 3-year-old son, Curry's attOrney sai d Sunday. A relative found the bodies of Nova Henry, 24, and h e r 9-month-old daughter, Ava, in their apartment near the South Side on Saturday evening, Chicago police spokeswoman Monique Bond said. Both di e d from multi pl e gunshot wounds, the Cook County medical -examiner's office said Sunday. Curry's 3 -yearold son was found unharmed at the scene. Curry is a former player for .the Chicago Bulls. Chicago police offered few details of the investigation at a news conference Sunday. Deputy Superintendent Steve Peterson said police want to to some one who was "the object of an order of but that person has not been located yet. He declined to give further information. EDDY CURRY her boyfriend. "She was trying to avoid all this," Bryant said Curry's attorney, Kelly Saindon, said the basketball player's family was devastated. The Knicks issued statement Sunday on Curry's behalf a.Sking the media to respect the cy of the two familjes. "The family is deeply saddened by this tragic loss and will the Henry famil y -in their prayers," the statement said Bobcats Beat lalan In OT The Feb. 15 game in Phoenix will mark the third All-Star trip for Howard, who'll be starting for the second time and easily topped the previous record of 2,558,278 votes collected by Houston's Yao Ming four years ago Rob Bryant, who said he was Nova Henry's uncte, told the Chicago Sun-Times that Henry had a order against L.A. Laker star Kobe Bryant had his hands full against Charlotte Bobcat Boris Diaw,.;who scored 23 .. points in their OT win. LOS ANGELES -The Lakers have recorded impressive homecourt victories against the likes of Cleveland and San Antonio in the past month. But they couldn't beat the Charlotte Bobcats. Boris Diaw had .23 points, nine rebounds and nine assists, reserve Shannon Brown scored five of his 14 points in the second overtime, and the Bobcats continued their surprising recent domina-tion of the Lakers by beat ing the in 117 -11'0 on Tuesday night Public Meetings Notice How are we doing? 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g Sports 0 a: lL c z < c (/) w ::;) t> a: w > w c w :I: (/) ID ::;) a.. z j:: w ..J ..J ::;) Dunuv, Holmuren Added To NBC's Super Bowl Team TONY DUNGY And MIKE HOLMGREN NEW YORK -Tony Dungy and Mike Holmgren are going from the sidelines to the broadcast booth. The recently retired NFL coaches will contribute to NBC's Super Bowl pregame coverage on Feb. 1 in Tampa, joining the broad-cast at noon ET, NBC Sports chief Dick Ebersol announced Thursday. Dungy, who retired on Jan. 12, was the first black coach to win a Super Bowl when he led the Indianapolis Colts to the ti tie in 2007. Holmgren, who stepped down as Seattle's coach after the season, led the Green Bay Packers to the 1997 Super Bowl title. "What I learned is that in addition to their obvious Super Bowl credentials, Mike and Tony share extraordinary storytelling ability," Ebersol said. "We're excited to have them make their broadcast debuts with us." "CALL RICKY",,,.,.,,,,,, .. ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,, AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs. /Day FREE Consultation Steelers Need Tavlor To Slow Fiuuerald IKE TAYLOR PITTSBURGH --Ike Taylor doesn't get much attention for being the Pittsburgh Steelers' primary against an opponent's top receiver. Sometimes that's good, because it means Taylor isn't getting beaten for many touchdown catches. Taylor will go against the NFL's hottest receiver, Larry Fitzgerald of Arizona, in the Super Bowl, and he has two long weeks to think about it. Given Fitzgerald's outrageous postseason production, this appears to be a bad match up for any cornerback "He has 419 yards in the postseason, and it isn't over with. He's breaking some of Jerry Rice's records," Taylor said. "From what he's displaying week in and week out, yeah, he's one of the best in the world." Pollee Recover Super Bowl Rings LYNN, MassachusettsAuthorities say they have found 27 New York Giants NFL Super Bowl rings, val ued at more than $170,000 stolen last June from a Massachusetts jewelry ID ...:. w z j:: z w (/) manufacturer a= 0 ..J lL 'Fhe Essex District Attorney s office s aid investigators found the rings Tuesday in a bank safe depo sit box in the t o wn o f Saugus Prosecutors said 22-year-old Kristen Sullivan, who a ll e g edly r ented the box was being held on a charge of receiving stolen property and would be arraigned Wednesday Sullivan was one of three people arrested Friday in the $2 million robbery of jewelry manufacturer E.A. Dion Inc. in Attleboro. She had been freed on her own recognizance after pleading not guilty earlier Tuesday to a previous charge of receiving stolen property. It wasn't immediately known ifshe has an attorney. Sean Murphy of Lynn pleaded not guilty Monday to receiving stolen property and was ordered held on $2l50,000 bail. According to court documents, police found one of the stolen Super Bowl rings in the 44-year-old Murphy's bedroom, jewelry in his car, and rare coins in a bank safe deposit box. Murphy's lawyer says .his client looks forward to his day in court. Edge Goes From Bench To Super Bowlin Weird Year' TEMPE, Ariz. Edgerrin James was a big part of many terrific teams as running back for the Indianapolis Colts. Yet he never made it to the Super Bowl until he was with an Arizona Cardinals franchise that has no histo ry of winning, in a season that saw him benched for the first time in his career. "Yeah, it's weird," he said, laughing. "This has been a weird year. James is back in his accustomed role as lead back in a rejuvenated ground game that figures large in the Cardinals' plans against the Pittsburgh Steelers. "He brings a lot to the t a ble for us that has been s een in the improvement of our running game," Arizona c oath Ken Whisenhunt said. James said after Arizona's Friday that at the e nd of hi s seven-game exile t o the bench he drew up a f e w o f hi s favorite running plays and s howed them to offensive coordinator Todd I think you play better when y ou actually make a suggestion and the coach listens to you James said. We ve been running some of those plays that rve been comfortable with and we've b ee n getting r esults." James came back in the EDGERRIN JAMES final regularseason game to rush for 100 yards in a vic tory over Seattle, a perfor mance that moved him into 11th on the NFL career rushing list. In the three playoff games, he has 203 yards in 52 carries, an average of 3 .9 yards pet attempt. Arizona has outgained its playoff opponents on the ground 333 yards to 232 That's an average of 111 yards per game after a league-worst 73.6 yards per game in the regular season James said the Cardinals are just giving him and the running game more oppor tunities. You throw the ball 50 times and you run the ball nine or 10 times you are most likely not going to have a good rushing game," he said. Man Shot Bv Gun owned Bv Colts' Harrison On Trial For Lvinu To Cops PHILADELPHIA --A P hilade l p h ia m a n s hot w ith a gu n owne d b y Coltsi-eceiv e r Marvin Harrison is headed to trial Wedn esday, acc u sed of lyin g to p olice. Dwight Dixon i s sc hed ul e d to appear in a Philadelphi a municipal court on a charge of making false sworn statements. Dixon initially told police he was shot during a robbery but late r accused Harrison of shooting him. Dixon's attorney, Robert Gamburg, said Dixon did not immediately identify because he was afrald of him. qamburg added Dixon wag denied access to his' attorney after being shot and !spoke under duress. "f.m shocked that the DA is gping forwar awith it, Gambur( said. 'nle Philadelphia District Atto)ney's office declined comp1ent Tuesday, and to Harrison's attorney, Jerome Brown, were imnlediately retuJ'Qed The shooting last"A:pril happened near a North MARVIN HARRISON Philadelphia car wash owned by the All-Pro receiver that is about a half mile from Playmakers, a bar he also owns. According to an arrest report dated April SO, 2008, Dixon was interviewed by police officers at a hospital after being shot and identified himself as Malik Tucker. Dbrofi told police he. had been robbed by two men and was shot during a struggle 'for a gu'n, the report said. Dixon later told other officers his real name and signed con flicting statements about where and how he was shot.

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Sports He's For Real: Irvin To Star In Realitv Show MICHAEL IRVIN Be honest. When the words "Michael Irvin" and "reality show" turned up in the. same sentence, you glanced at the listings to find out when the next episode of "Court TV" was on. Well, it's nothing like that. Instead, the former Dallas Cowboys star, current radio show host and tireless self promoter has decided to add talent scout to his lengthening resume. Irvin will play host as a dozen "football neophytes" -guys whose dreams of playing in the NFL ran into one obstacle or another vie for a guaranteed spot on the Dallas Cowboys' 80-man training camp roster. This is funny on so many levels, it's hard to know where to begin. In just about every NFL organization, the owner or general manager or both wouldn't think of wasting a roster spot on a shameless publicity stunt, considering what teams spend on scouting. But not in Dallas, apparently, where Jones holds both titles and proba bly blessed the project after a brief discussion in front of a mirror. "Taking it to Jerry, talking to the Cowboys -that was the easy part," Irvin said currv's Son Witnesses Mom's Murder I Knicks center Eddy Curry's 3-year-old son witnessed his mother and baby-sister's murders in their Chicago apartment Saturday, according to a source close to Curry. Nova Henry, 24, a former girlfriend of Curry's, and her 9-month-old daughter, Ava, were found shot dead by Henry's mother around 6 p m Saturday, authorities said Curry's so n was found unharmed in s id e the South Side apartment, but his fathe r was still described as despondent" Sat-urday ni ght. The killer i s a known acquaintance," said Chicago Polic e Officer Amina Greer. Henry h a d a boyfriend a nd had file d a "The Voice of Our Communitv for Itself" restraining order against him, according to team sources. 11 :II 0 Boldin laughs Oft Reaction To Run-In With Halev }< t.. )> z c: )> ::D < CIJ TEMPE, Ariz. Arizona wide receiver Anquan Boldin laughed off the negative reaction to his nationally televised Tun-in with offensive coordinator Todd Haley, call. ing it "hilarious. Boldin's shouting match with the coach on the side lipe came as Arizona drove for the winning touchdown in Sunday's 32-25 victory over Philadelphia in the NFC championship game. Boldin didn't stay on the field in the postgame celebration, making a quick exit through the locker room. He said that he did congratulate his teammates and left quickly only to avoid questions about the Haley incident. Instead, he acknowledged after Thursday's practice, his abrupt departure "made it worse." "For me it' s hilarious," Boldin said of the criticism .he's received. I mean, I don' t want to sit here and dwell on it because for me it's in the past, but that's something that goes on every week in the NFL whether people know it or ANQUAN BOLDIN not. "Every week, somebody on the sidelines gets into an argument, but it's in the heat of the moment, it's part of football and once it's done, it's dead on all sides Team leaders Adrian Wilson and Kurt Warner strongly defended Boldin. "I think people are making a lot out of nothing," Wilson said. "That stuff happens all the time. Q is very dedicated to this team, very dedicated to the ers. I think it's a non: tssue. Warner said it was "crazy" for people to define Boldin's personality by this one incident after 9 "everything that guy's done N all year and the character g he's displayed all year CD long." Boldin acknowledged it was a lesson in how things are magnified when a team reaches this point "The attention has grown," Boldin said. "Do you have to be careful? I guess so, but at the same time you can't alter who you are. You can only be you and let the rest take care of itself." He added: "Guys in the locker room know what kind of guy I am and they know exactly what went on." Boldin said he was upset that Haley had gone to a personnel group that didn't 'TI include him. 5 "I was mad because they :::0 took me out of the game," c Boldin said. "I mean, I )> think any competitor would have had the same reac-Z :j tion. A game of that magni-z tude, how close the game m rwas, potentially driving to 0., score a touchdown, I want-c: ed to be in there. That's just I= the type of guy I am." z ., c: tD c CJ) ::::t m c m < m ::D < -i c: m CJ) c )> z c 11 ::D 0

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0) Entertainment 0 C") > a: < ::J z < ..., a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::J 1-w > w c w % en :::i m ::J L z W ..J ..J ::J m ..!. w z w en C a: 0 ..J LL Kanvewest: 50 Cent's Insults Are like aeing Spit On' KANYE WEST vs. 50 CENT Ever since their epic albums-chart s howdown in 2007, Kanye West and 50 Cent have been linked to each other as rivals for better or worse Oftentimes, though, it's been for the worse, at least when it comes to West being the target of 50's barbs The G-Unit star has repeatedly taunted West, from remarks about the rapper's sexuality to mock ing his emo-laden hit "'Love Lockdown" during his own performances. West, though, has rarely retaliated. In one instance, on the remix to his "'Can't Tell Me Nothing," the Chicago MC jabbed at 50 when he rapped, "And after !ill of the drama, Kay slayed him," his openingweek sales of Graduation that trounced 50's Curtis sales numbers .that same week. But, in an interView posted Thursday (January 22) on Bossip.com, a popular blog that West often name checks, the rapper revealed that 50's swipes "affect" him. "Just as a real human being, I can't say that it doesn't affect me," he explained. "I was such a fan of 50. As much as people think that I look at myself, I think that m e and Lil Wayne are very similar: Even though we b e lieve in ourselves, we're very much fans of other rappers, too Like how Game is, we real ly like other rappers. 50 is one of those rappers that I said was the end-all-be-ail of what rap what supposed to be. Like, a true iconic rapper." West has credited the rivalry for bringing out the best in the pair. Their songs Can't' Tell M e Nothing" and I G e t Mon ey" were two of 2007's biggest rap anthems. But as a fan of 50, West said the G-Unit leader's negative words are akin to being "spit on" by him. "He was my favorite rapper since Mase when he dropped, and when I used to be around him, he was one of the few people that I was, like, really a fan of. I was nervous in the studio working on beats and hoping that I could do a good beat for him," West said, referring to music he produced for 50 that remains unre leased. "This is even when I had College Dropout and 'Jesus Walks.' Jay-Z and 50 are two types of guys you really to make s ome good music for "So, for me as a fan of him, I felt like if h e said something negative and tried to make it like I'm negative, it's almost lik e if a little kid walks up to you at the airport and is like, 'Man, I love you so much,' and then you spit on him, it's like, Uokingly) 'I don't know if I love you as much as I used you,' as you wipe the spit off your fac e But you still play t!leir music." Bevonce Brought To Tears After Singing at last' For Obamas' BEYONCE Beyonce may have been able to fight back the tears onstage while singing "At Last" for Michelle and Barack Obama's first dance at the Neighborhood B all. But afterwards, wh e n s h e d es cribed how amazing it was to be a part of this historic occasion, she couldn't contain her emo tions for very long. I can't even describe to you how I felt," she told "Good Morning America" correspondent Robin Roberts after her performance. "I'm actually right now fighting back tears because it's just so emotional. I'm just so proud of my country. There are just certain people in the world that God touches, and this man was born for this. And he was born to lead us, and I just feel so inspired and so proud She also explained what she was thinking about as she sang the Etta James classic for the first couple I was thinking [about) all of the sacrifices Obama a nd hi s wife a nd hi s children have made, and at last he's here," she said, her voice wavering. 'Tm sorry, I'm s o embarrasse d I'm just so lucky to be a part of this history. It's probably 'the most important day of my life, and I'm so grateful." Aretha Gave Obama Collection 01 Dad's Sermons DETROIT --Aretha Franklin did more than sing "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" at President Barack Obama's inauguration. She also came bear ing gifts. Her spokeswoman, Gwendolyn Quinn, says Franklin gave Obama a collection of 17 sermons by her late father, prominent Detroit ministe r the Rev. C.L. Franklin. Quinn says the 66-year old singer also gave Obama a biography of her father a nd a Bible "e ngraved with a p e rsonal message." Franklin gave first lady Michelle Obama a gold brooch with diamonds. ARETHA FRANLIN Franklin's 15-year-old grandson, Jordan Franklin, gave Obama daughters Malia and Sasha a collection of gospel/Christian hip-hop mu sic. lil wavne's Rock lP, Rebinh, Due April7 LILWAYNE Lil Wayne announced the official release date and title o f his next album: R ebirth is due April 7 -and his publjcist has confirmed to MTV News that it will be a rock album. Of course, Wayne has been rocking with a guitar for some time now. The first single is called "Prom Queen" and will debut on the Internet right after a live stream of his concert in San Di e go on January 27 Th e s how will b e availabl e for tream on MySpace.com Wayne -who will perform at the Grammy Awards on February 8 -hinte d at a change in direction for his next LP in October during the BET Hip-Hop Awards. "I don't know if we're gonna release Tha Carter IV now," he told MTV News on his tour bus. I think we 're gonna release Tha Carter III -a new Carter III with none of the same songs, though. None of them. Not one! We don't wanna call the [next album) we got coming out Tha Carter IV. That was the dilemma we were in. We want Carter IV to be what everybody wants it to be "This is something brand new so we don t want it to b e some experimental thing, 'cause some people are not gonna like this. I don't want them to not like Tha Carte r IV. But I do have an album coming soon, very soon, and it's gonna b e called .. Tha Carter III: The R e b i rth. The birth of a new beginnin g." Those plans have been c h a n ge d a bit. Wayne's rep told MTV News that the April 7 release has absolutely nothing to do with Tha Carter III or any of his previous hip-hop efforts. '"" I.!!, \ppl .11i"'" I "' I mpl111 nH'III. 1,,,,.,,, I"'"''' 1\"'l"'" d DARRYL STARKES Contractor RCOO
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Entertainment Flavor Flav Taking 'Tales' To The Small Screen FLAVORFLAV LAS VEGAS Rapper/reality TV star Flavor Flav and filmmaker Deon Taylor have signed a deal to turn their BET movie "Nite Tales" into an anthology television series. 'Wite Tales described as "30-minute tales of irony and twists," originated with the BET movie that aired on Halloween and is set for DVD release February 3 by BET, Paramount and Deon Taylor Enterprises. The Tal es" marks the first project to come out of TriStar Media, a new joint venture between syndicator Trifecta Entertainment & Media, headed by CEO Hank Cohen, and Dennis Ray's Star Media, which sells advertising time on syndicated series, specializing in the urban marketplace. The partners will present "Tales," Trifecta's first scripted co-production, at the National Association of Television Program Executives' 2009 Market & Conference, which kicked off Monday (January 26) in Las Vegas Taylor describes the new show as Tal es From the Crypt" meets "The Twilight Zon e," with Flav playing a role similar to Crypt's Cryptkeeper, as he did in the BET movie -The show will have a Web presence, including an online contest Taylor is planning in which fans can name Flav's character. Jav-z Taking His Time With The Blueprint 3 To Make It aevond And Above' ., 0 c... )> z c: )> ::D < Jay-Z's been busy lately recording verses for DJ Khaled, the "Notorious" soundtrack and Young Jeezy's My President" remix. But that doesn' t mean the Brooklyn wordsmith is ready to release The Blueprint 3 just yet. Co) we're gonna go in and just 9 Typically, when Jay has a project in the works, it only takes him a few weeks to wrap it up. This time, though, there's been no rush. "For me, the process of making an album is difficult with so many things going on," Jay told MTV News backstage at his "Eueof Change" show "And me, I wanna make it beyond and above. I'm gonna take my time with it. I don't have any quotas, and that's a good thing. It may be too freeing. It's a good thing and a bad thing. You know I think I ne ed some restrictions. 'Cause if I had restrictions, I would have done it in three weeks. I would have made what I believe to be a great piece of art." JAY-Z According to Kanye West, the album's rumored sole producer, the music recorded so far for BP3 is "phenomenal." West spoke with MTV Base in November and reiterated Jay's claim that the album could have been released. But after the positive feedback for "Jockin' Jay-Z" and T.I.'s "Swagger Like Us, Hov decided to keep cooking up tracks. "We went in, and we [did) the whole album," West explained "He wanted to do a few more joints, so he kinda pus hed it back Now work on some more records. So I got some more stuff to kill it with! I think [Jay pushed the album back because) 'Swagger' just did so incredible. We wanted to go up [and make sure) everything was on that level." In addition to "Jockin' Jay-Z"' and "Swagger Like Us," the Jigga Man said his "Notorious" track, "Brooklyn Go Hard," is also slated for the album. "I actually recorded a lot of records already," Jay said. "You know, all those records that leaked [online) were on The Blueprint 3." The Blueprint 3 is believed to be Jay-Z's last contractual album due to Def Jam, his current recording home. The rapper, who served a year term as the label's president, signed a new $150 million contract with Live Nation over 10 years. It remains unclear, though, which company will distribute albums for Jay-Z under the Live Nation deal N 0 0 z 0 ., ::D 0 (j) m ... :

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en Entertainment 0 (\') > a: <( ;:) z <( "") >' Jav-z, DiddV COIDIDent On Barack Obama's aeautitul' Inauguration Jay-Z is arguably the ii: greatest rapper of all time, LL but it turns O\lt Hov isn't so Q a:-LL Q z c Q 0 w ;:, ... &: w > w Q w % 0 :::; &D ;:) n. z _, _, i ..:.. w z w 0 C a: g LL bad at another profession: reporting. Jay called'.in to New York radio station Hot 97 on Tuesday (January 20) as "D.C. correspOndent Jay-Z." "Hold moment," he jokingly told DJ Angie Martinez. "We have Puff Daddy here this historic event. Diddy thEm jumped on the line to talk about the amount ofseeurity on hand throughout Pre,ident Barack swearingin ceremony earlier in the day. "Hundreds of Aimy eats," he said. The_Bad BOy impresario then said he was going to cry before handing it. back over to Jay . "'t's a beautiful day," he finished. Jay-Z has nand for a numper 9f' festivities during the 'inauguration Jroken arm.and 2 stuntmen d1ed filming thiS moVJe. Enough said( RollerM<.ter af action. No. 1 at box office-(:':"'**] Role Model;; Abo.ve-Average comedy Witll IIOimuch profanity. Not for kids under 13. -. . Eaupe 2 ''Afrlca ..:. An .averaglf
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Read All About It Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based sub jects! Dear Deanna! My father divorced my mother after 40 years of marriage. I have a problem with the fact his new girlfriend is young enough to be his daughter I don't like it and I know she' s only after his money He has bought her fur coats, a car and gave her a credit card He never did these things for my mother or me. Our relationship is suffering because he puts his girl friend first and listens to everything she says. How do I open my father's eyes? Dear Lynn: Lynn Taylorsville, NC You're in a lot of pain but at the Today' s Birthday -There' s a nice promotion coming up, or maybe a juicy new client. Either way, your income goes up if you make the grade. Luckily, you love to study. Don' t just study what you love, however, if you want to win at this game. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Hold back, even i f you think you're ready to go. You're smart, powerful and strongly motivated, but that' s not enough. You also need to notice that the road ahead is blocked Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Not a good day to travel, la1,1nch new projects or publish a book. It is a good day to list all the reasons your pet theory won't work. This is important to know. Get into the assignment. Aries (March 21April 19) -Peer pressure is very influen tial, but you can't let it make up your mind. Nobody's going to take care of you as well as you will, so don't give it up. Your author ity, that is Taurus (April 20-May 20) ....:. Stay out of the conflict. Provide emot i onal support and maybe some cookies and cocoa to the people fighting the battle You help them be stronger just by being there Gemini (May 21-June 21) It's slightly easier to concentrate now, although your heart's not really in it. Power through; your dreams will all still be there when you get done. Be patient. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -same time you're very jealous and filled with envy You're entitled t o these feelings and would feE;ll the same way about your father's girl friend regardless of her age .. Your father is enjoying his freedom, and experiencing a possible mid-lif e crisis The young girl is a boost t o his ego until she deflates i t b y leaving him. Be the good daughter that you are and support him and focus on making your persona l relationship stronger becaus e women will come and go, bu,t you will always be his daughter Ask Deanna! can be h.eard 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 $. La Clenega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.ask-deanna.com. Contact : (310) 600-9729 Listen and take notes but post pone your decision Don t even go shopping; you're liable to spend too much Sure it's for a good reason, but you' ll hate yourself if you do it. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Everybody's telling the truth, from their own point of view So maybe it isn't truth you're after Maybe what you'd like to find is some ethical behavior. Do it yourself Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Your worries have just about overcome your other interests You need a plan, but from where you stand, that may seem impossible Take se.'veral deep breaths Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. It's always a loss to realize you can't have something you want. It's not life-threatening, lhqugh You can modify your wish list. You own it, for heaven's sake Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 2,1)Things may be rough but your luck will be In just a few days, you'll be break ing out of the blues and into the bright colors Hang in there Sagittarius (Nov. 22-bec. 21) -Your suspicions are increasing. Are you getting the straight scoop? Wheeling and dealing are prevalent now, as you already know Trust no one and confirm everything Watch your back. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Continue to learn from a person who can help you save your money. Make sure this isn't a con. Make sure you know what the other guy m akes on this same deal. MMMMJ SOMeTHING SMIIU-S A8Ef ALL MY CHILDREN: Aidan suspected that Dr. Sinclair had once been close to Richie, after seeing her overreact when Annie said that Richie deserved to die. Kendall' s distrust of Reese became evident, especially when Greenlee revealed that Bianca had thought there was some thing between Zach and Reese Jesse was able to blackmail David into dropping the charges against Angie and reinstating Jake After finding a runaway Kathy, Amanda told JR she has decided to keep the baby When Amanda's tests showed David as the baby's father Frankie offered to fix the results in favor of JR David proposed to Krystal who turned him down. Ryan asked Opal to soothe Greenlee s fears by saying she did another reading and now predicts happiness for the marriage. Coming: Amanda wants nothing to do with David AS THE WORLD TURNS: When Meg revealed her plan to divorce Paul and limit his access to Eliza. Paul took the baby and snuck into Josie's car, since she was leaving Oakdale H'owever, after the car was towed, Paul realized it was time to stop runn ing and rented a car to bring Eliza back, only to be carjacked as the thug drove off with Eliza in the back Katie learned she may have had some side effects from the bone marrow donation and was advised to postpone getting pregnant. Casey found out that Alison never got his message and went to tell her but Alison saw him and made Matt kiss her, apologizing later for using him Matt told Casey the truth but when Casey admitted to wanti ng sex w i th Alison, she said they're through. Coming: Someone else is around to comfort Alison BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL : Jackie introduced Nick to their new des i gner, Madame X, but Nick new her identity and exposed it. Stephanie overheard Rick and Steffy talking about how their relationship can overcome Ricks past bad acts and made him pay using her new power Steffy learned of Stephanie's latest threat and devised a solution A distraught Taylor asked James Warwick to help convince Steffy that being with Rick will lead to an unhappy ending Nick and Katie found peace and a new level of appreciation for each other When Rick told Brooke everything he's done lately, he was disap pointed by hEH less than empathetic respoQse. Coming: Will Rick's stubbornness lead to more hurt? DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Sami took the baby she believed was hers and fled the clinic, making it back to the convent, while Nicole got Dr. Baker to lie and tell EJ she's in labor EJ found Nicole hold ing "her" baby and thanked her for giving him a complete family, but her house of cards threatened to collapse when EJ later heard Nicole and Brady having a furious argument. 8o's dire vision came true when the killer took Kayla hostage and, while to the killer, Hope shot Kayla by mis take. Although Kayla recovered, Bo not telling Hope about the vision caused a rift between them. Sami admitted to Rafe she's not ready to go home. 1 was disturbed to hear Philip agree with Victor about how to deal with Melanie. Coming: Chloe and In danger of being Sentinel's Top 1 5 Albums 1. Notorious .. .................................... ........ Soundtrack 2. A D i fferent Me ...... ........................ ....... Keyahla Cole 3. lntultlon ..... ............................................. Jamle Foxx 4 I Am ... Saaha Flerce ................................... Beyonce 5 808s & Heartbreak ................................ Kanye West 6 Audience Of One .. ....................... Heather Headley 7. The Point Of It All ........... .......... Anthony Hamilton 8. Da REAList ..................................................... ... PIIes 9 Paper Traii.: .......................................................... T I 10. Theater Of The Mlnd ................................ Ludacria 11. Freedom ................................................ ...... Akon 12.NOW That's What I Call Motown ... Various Artists 13. Year Of The Gentleman ........ : ...................... Ne-Yo 14. Evolver ......................... ............... ...... John Legend 15. Tha Carte r m .......................................... Lil Wayne HI!Ae, TASTE rT. exposed. GENERAL HOSPITAL: Anthony made several attempts to silence Claudia, who was finally able to tell Sonny how and why Anthony shot Kate Trevor figured out what happened and revealed his plan to Ric and Claudia Someone in a Hazmat suit stole one of the spheres of poison from the OR, where no one realized that a gas leak still existed. With the FBI team in the OR, Spinelli dove to protect Winifred as the room exploded Robin's car broke down in a storm, as she was bringing a feverish Emma to the hospital. Robin was found in the snow, while Maxie and Johnny later found Emma safe Nikolas encountered Rebecca and believed he was seeing Emily Lucky and Elizabeth's bond drew notice Coming: Maxie fears the worst abou t Spinelli GUIDING LIGHT: Alan revealed to Beth that he knows all about her affair w i th Coop and threat ened to harm Coop if Beth won t marry him. Beth refused to join Coop when he got a job offer at Stanford University and learned from Buzz th Alan forced Beth to leave him Edmund used Lara's letters to get Shayne to open up, as they struck a deal to build a hospital in her honor. Dinah broke into Edmund's room and found confirmation that Lara had been pregnant, telling Edmund not to share this with Shayne. Olivia was furious and Natal i a mortified when Doris went on a tirade about their supposed relationship After Mallet revealed his past with Griggs to Marina, she stood up for him at the adoption agency Christina was over whelmed by the prospect of med school. Coming: Beth makes a decision about Alan. ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Following the unexpected verdict in Todd s trial, Nora was ready to charge Starr with perjury, prompting Todd to confess everything to his victims When Todd denied killing Lee, Tea shocked Antonio and Talia by saying she did it, and got away with a plea of self-defense To protect his mother's reputation, Schuyler burned the letter that revealed she was blackmailed into helping Todd Marty pulled back from Wes' kiss When Blair heard Marty tell John she cares for him she warned Marty to back off. Jessica ordered Natalie to let her bond with her daughters, but had a memory flash of Tess and was troubled, seeing Starr holding Chloe Dorian headed for Las Vegas with David, intent on marriage. Coming: Wes' behavior draws unwelcome attention. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Noah remembered that Brad had pulled him out of the lake. The search team confirmed Brad's death, as Sharon revealed to a stunned Noah that Brad gave his life to save him. Earlier, Nick and Sharon were stuck at the cabin in bad weather. After finding and reading Sharon's letter to him, Nick embraced her and gave in to lovemaking. Nick didn't deny it when Phyllis realized he slept with Sharon, but Phyllis opted to fight for her marriage. Nbj reJected Victor after learning about his hatred of Bnid. After the pawnbroker Ued about Kay's ring, Michael put pressure on the man until he admitted having bought it, giving Michael enough proof to order a DNA test. Coming: Nick has to make a tough deciSion. Sentinel's Top 1 2 Singles 1. Single Ladles ( ut A Ring On lt) .............. Beyonce 2. Uve Your Llfe ...................... T .I. Featuring Rlhanna 3. Chopped 'N' Skrawed ... T-Paln Featuring Ludacris 4 Pop Champagne .............. Jim Jones & Ron Browz Featuring Juelz Santana 5. She Got Her Own ...... Ne-Yo Featuring Jamie Foxx & Fabolour 6 lfULeave ......... Mualq Soulchlld Featuring Mary J. Bilge 7. Diva ............. .................... : ................ 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en 0 0 N 0 ('t) > a: <( :::> z <( ""') Po/--.:L K C--oy-,./ ' '' . ) / -.' : _1 NE: l;to.'"'-""'bo Aft<'- ..t..,.. c couple Exchanges Wedding Vows -a: LL. ID BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County.Columnist Amorous, special, exquis ite delightful, beautiful are a few words that best portray the wedding ceremony of Leslie Harris and Elias Diggins. On New Year's Eve Wednesday, December 31, 2008, Leslie Harris and Elias Diggins were joined together in Holy Matrimony. The host-site of this occa sion was St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church in Auburndale. Reverend Billy Shaw, the Pastor (and uncle of the bride) served as Officiator of the ceremony. Kay Fields, mother of the bride, was escorted by her husband, Gow Fields. Elvira O'Roy, mother of the groom, was escorted by Alex. Fredrick. The bride entered the sanctuary on the arm of her father, James Harris. Then midway the aisle of the church she was given to the arm of her f a ther, Gow Fields who escorted her to the altar. Between two large white pillars joine'l:l together with an multi-color floral arch of burgundy, purple, gold, and ivory roses Leslie and Elias committed their lives, one to another, through an exchange of vows that each of them had written for this occasion. The vows were sealed with the traditional commitment of 'I Do', the exchange of the rings, the lighting of the Unity Candle, the Blessing W The newlyweds are! shown with James Harris left, father of CJ the bride, Elias and Leslie Diggin s and Kay and Gow Fields, parents of the bride. of Marriage by Reverend Shaw and The Lord's Prayer in song by Chaundra Fredrick. A most notable moment was when it was time to exchange the rings, (which are traditionally held by the ring bearer and/or best man) the mothers of the bride and groom stepped forward plac ing the rings in the appro priate hands. As the newly weds e mbraced eac h parent, there were tears flowing from their eyes and those of many of the guests. As he prepared for the Presentation of the Couple, Reverend Shaw shared his own personal final words of encouragement to Leslie and Elias mentioning what an honor it had been to offi ciate in the marriage of his JASMIN E HARRIS Stanley and Wendy Glover served as the Wedding Photographer and Coordinator. niec. e The reception was held at the Holiday InnNorth in Lakeland, where the newlyweds jumped the broom before being seated. The couple will reside in Denver, Colorado Some of the other family and friends who enjoyed this very special evening were : Mr . and Mrs. Robert (Naydene) Fields, Jasmine Harris, Dorian Harris, Kenya Stinyard, Antwan Harris, Michelle Nelson, Brittany Nelson, Bradon Nelson, Ramonica Brunson, Bianca Fields, Rashonda Fields, Leticia Shaw, Aleisha Shaw, Valeka Howard, Josephine Howard, Jonita Howard-Williams, Toni Gurganious, Kay Crockett, Reverend and Mrs. Michael Simmons, Belinda Williams, A'Launda Hardy, Mabelle Filmon, and Beth Ramthun. Others in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Cynthia) Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley (Wendy) Glover,-Dee Sweet-Smith, Ashley Troutman, Estelle Cooper, Dean Kirkland, Elvira O'Roy, James Harris, Maxine Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. MacArthur (Barbara) Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Alex (Chaundra) Fredrick, Candayce Harden, Kia Vasser, Gloria Harris, Norris Riggs, Melissa Pryce, Brian Callins, Veronica Fields and Stacy PerkinsHickman. Gow and Kay Fields, parents of the bride. The bride and groom with his mother, Elvira O'Roy. I Mr. and Mrs. Elias (Lesllc) Diggins nrc shown with her brothers and lsrerst from.left to right: Dorhm Harris, Kenyn Stinyard, Jusmirie Hnrrls and Antwnn Harri

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Polk Cou-nty News Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Held On Monday, January 19th, New Testament Endtime Holiness Church and Living Hope Ministries, I nc. hosted a Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration in Polk City, Florida. Katrena Faison served as Mistress of Ceremony. There was food, fun, love and music provided by Sam Miller. On the list of poetry and musical guests: Jerrice, Stephanie, Quianna, Arlene, 11:28, Laura Bozemim, Cynthia Ware, Young Providence and Quianna, Laura Bozeman, The Holy Ghost Girls of Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, Emmanuel Sattell and ROC of Oasis Community Church. Some of those in atten-dance were: Frances Calhoun, Reverend James Dawkins, Virgia Dawkins, Virnessa Woodard, Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., Margaret Faison, Diane Polk, Khyla Faison, Shelton Faison, ll, Michael Shaw, II, Deion Young, Deshafui YOUilg, Michael Shaw I, Evangelist Shirley McGill, Teresa Brown, Ervin Gant, Evangelist Olga Torres, Siane Harrison, Adyn Torres, Rosa Gant, Johnnie Wilkerson, James Davis, Rose Robinson, Veronica McGill, Luke McGill and family, Sandra Kirby and son, Antwoine and many others. Ciosing remarks were given by Pastor Shelton Faison . Sydney's 131 Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to Jimmy and Veronica Ledford of Lakeland, in the passing of their b eloved brother, Samuel Robeldo, 57 Sam was a resident of El Paso, Tex,s. He is remembered as one who never met a stranger and as one who touched the lives of those who knew him with much laughter. He leaves to cherish fond memories: his wife Sonia, son, Adrian Robledo, daughters: Deborah Padilla and Christina Robledo; stepchildren: Martin, Luis and Monica Sanchez; his father, Justo Robledo, sisters: Veronica Robledo-Ledford, Esther Robledo-Lara, Irma Robledo-Lara and a brother, Daniel Robledo; along with a host of other relatives and friends. This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes out to Minister Bobby Shaw ( -right) and Minister Shaw (left), Pastors of Ambassadors for Christ Church of the Living God in Lakeland. This hus band and wife team is well known in their community, local church abroad for the great work that they do _with the youth and young adults. Shaw-Nuf applauds you for your dedication to helping our youth and young adults to be all that they : can be in a way. Many thanks to both of you for all that you have done; are doing and are going to do in the future! May God continue to bless you and your family! On Friday, January 23rd, Sydney Bailey of Auburndale cele -brated her 13th birthday with family and friends. Everyone enjoyed musi'c and fun while playing basketball, poOl ancf showing off trampoline skills! Some of Sydneys. gu(!sts were: Tylin L., Q., Jake Smith, Detroit Pettus, Will Davis, Michael Shaw, II;, Delon Young, Toby Binns, Dalton Dowd, Bunter Grant, Hunter .. Dowdy,' Jonathan Cooper, Bailey Davis, HAnnah Dul,ing, Nathan. Byrd, Morgan Hampton,. Kira Vaught, Claire A ,ustin Ledford, Shalieh -M., Khyla St.nfield and Maynard. Happy Birthdf!y, Sydney! You are officially a 'Teenager'! Talk To Shaw Nuf S114w-NufTa.lk wants to hear from you. Share your exciting news and/or photos of your celebr-ations, special birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, etc., with the. readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin.. and Show-NufTallc by sending an e-mail to: ahawnut'talk@yahoo com or calling (863) 513-8437 February Celebrants Welcome, February birthday and anniversary celebr ants. The flower this month is the Violet and the birthstone is the Amethyst Celebrating their natal day this month are: Mr. Johnny Browning, Betty Johnson, George Cox, Sr., Janie Moultries and Denise McCreary-Green. Shirley B. Love, a Sentinel reader since 1993 is the Grand Lady of the Lakeland Chapter of the NAACP, is also celebrating her birthday this month. Well known political activist, Mrs. Gladys Leggett turns 89 years young on Feb 4th. Her son, Jamie, a Life Member will be 69 years old this month, too Ms. Carolyn Green, a resident of Washington Oaks, is also celebrating her natal day this month Mr. Van Alexander, a yearly subscriber and an employee with the Social Security Administration since 2000, is also a birthday celebrant this month The following churches are all supporters of the Flor i da Sentin e l Bull etin. New Mt. Zion M. B. Church Happ y birthday to the following members: Beverly Boatwright, Geanie Moore, Evangelist Carolyn S. Williams and Mary Robinson. Greater St. Paul M. B. Church Rev. N. S. Sanders, Pastor a nd congregation sen d birthday greetings to: Shirley Underwood, Margaret Palmore, Junnie Kindle, Jacqueline Speed, Bernice. Chestang and Lorenzo Hicks. Harmony M. B. Church Rev. John G. Hooks, Pastor and members are se nding happy birthda y wish cs to: Eugene Peterson, Maggie Joseph, Mary Francis Williams and Adele Hodge. Get Well Wishes Get well wishes ate extended to the following: Betty Moore, Bessie Smith, Cora Gatlin, Betty Blish, Dorothy Moore and Henry Walker. 2009 Women's Conterence Hurst Chapel AME Chutch, Winter H u ven, will host iheir 2009 Women's Conference in Febtunry. The event will be hosted by Pa1tor. llonnle (Angela) Clark. Thursday, Febtuaay 26 t\t 7 p. m. the speakel' fot the evening will b e rator Wendy Smith faom Atlanta, GA. Friday, F ebauaa y 27 com mending ut 9 a. m the speak et will be Co-Pustot Susie Owen s f1om Wus hinghm, DC. Sntuduy, Febt unty :.!8th beginning ut 10 11. m the speaker will be Evangelist Kistia Manning from Fayettevi lle, NC. The workshop titles are: The Battle Is Not Yours, It's The Lords; I Am Not Getting Any Younger; and The Last Days. For info, call (863) 293-6415 or visit 875 Avenue 0 Northwest, Winter Haven, 33881. Sympathy Belated sympathy to the family of Ronald L. Bri.on exchanged his earthy life for a heavenly one in Jan. 2009. He was considered one of the 'Best Dressed Young Men' in Lakeland. He lived in Mt. Vernon, N.Y. for 20 years and worked at New Rochelle Hospital as an Orderly Technician He returned to Lakeland six years ago to be close to his family He will be sadly and lovingly missed by: his devot ed aunt (like a mother) and caregiver, Mrs. Florida Mai Griffin; daughter, Itilia of Mt. Vernon. NY; sons, Ronald Brison, Lee Spann of Lakeland, Deloreon Brison of Mt Vernon, NY, and Demetrius Brison of Atlanta, GA; sisters, Gwendolyn Brison and Silvia Gainer of St. Petersburg; nieces and nephews; four devoted friends, Bernard Shoemaker, Jr. and Cleveland Abram, both of California, and Wenford "Chicken" Bennett and Clarence Hawkins, both of Lake l and. RONALD L. BRISON April22, 1946 January 2, 2009 Club Kathleen's Super News Mary Crawford and staff will be hosting a gigantic Super Bowl XLIII party on Sunday, Feb. 1st, 2009. The admission is free from 5-8 and there will be a free buffet (while it lasts). Wear your favorite Steelers or Car dinals t-shirts. There will b e a free buffet on Thursday night s with BBQ ribs, chicken, etc. at Klub Kathleen's Lakeland Cardinals. Inc. "TT c c... )> z c: )> :r:J -< Youth football and cheer -W leader sign up will be at Rose 9 Heights Elks Lodge. 1026 Texas Avenue, Lakeland, on February 7, 21 and 28 You 1\) 0 0 CD will need your birth certifi cate. For more information call (863) 934-5970. Valentine's Day Party A Valentine's Day party is scheduled for Saturday, February 14th at the Elks Lodge, 1026 Texas Avenue, Lakeland Doors open at 9 p. m until. For more info call (863) 838-0614 or (863) 934-8955. Black History Month February is widely known as Black History Month 28 days to be exact! Here are a few notable Blacks firsts in Florida Judiciary: Joseph W. Hatchett -Judge, U S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit. Appointed by President Jimmy C.arter. ;!! First Black since 0 Reconstruction to serve on :::U Florida' s Supreme Court S2 (1975-1979) First Black elect-ed to remain on the court; en m first Black elected to public z office in a statewide election ::::! in the South Z Leander J. Shaw, Jr. -m,... I Appointed to Florida Supreme aJ Court in 1983, retained by C: statewide vote. First Black rrjudge to become Chief Justice m-f of the Supreme Court for a two-year term (1990-1992). Z Lawson E. Thomas Judge, Miami Police Court, 1950, first Black judge in t he South since Reconstruc ti on Melvia Green Dade County CircUit Judge, 1989, first Black woman circuit judge. Leah Aleice Simms Dade County Judge, first Black woman judge.in Florida, appointed by Governor Bob Graham in 1981. Glona's Thing& & Other Things Dreaming permits each and every one of us to be quietly and safely insane every night of our lives. Charles Fisher 'V c: aJ r-c;; :::t m c m < m :::u < m en > z c ., :::u i

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Polk County News 0 (W) > a: <( ::) z <( ..., >"' <( Marv E. Mav lntercessorv Praverline Ministrv, Inc. Hosts 11th Annual Jov To The World Brunch 0 Gabbing with Gloria, fE Gloria L. Jennings of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin received a personal invita tion from the Mary E. May Ministry to share this glo rious scenic cruise/spiritual brunch sponsored by the anointed/holy ghost spiritual leader, E. May and her Women of Valor Ministry. The event was held Saturday, December 13, 2008, from 9:30 a m. 3 p. m with over 150 faithful members and friends embarking on the elegant Yacht Starship Dining Cruise from Tampa Bay for an enjoyable dining/brunch traveling along the Hillsborough River The program began with the theme's song, "Joy To The World" as everyone shared friendly conversation and sang new and contemporary gospel tunes, "Working The Handsome/lovely staff of the Yacht Starship Dining Cruise. They really spoiled the guests unashamedly, hand and foot. H. B. Holmes Presents: Sl Mark Missionary Baptist Church 105 S Morgan St-Plant City, FL 813-752-5555 P .. tor & Fnt LAdy Moses And Debbie Freeman Sun. School -10 A.M. Sundays Morning Worwhlp Service 11 A.M Bible Study & Prwyer Service w.ctn .. day 7 P M 8 P.M. In Any And Every Way. All That Matte/'3 Is That Christ Is Proc/tJ/med Building"" a nd "He (God) Is A Wonder," among others, with old and new friends. The program partici-pants were: Board of Directors, Mary E. May, Ozie Brown, Shirley Monroe, Joan Dawson, Mary E. Smith, Wynie Best, Faye MillerPatrick, Maryse Dixon, Rev. Abe Brown, Rev. W. F. Leonard and Comm. Thomas Scott; Steering Committee: Yvonne McGriff, Ann Making a plea for Scholarship Funds, sowing seeds for a good cause, Mrs. Joan Dawson, Board Member. Mutcherson, Dr. Loretta Johnson, Sandra Sterga, Sylvia Leonard, Ruby Lee Cutler and Jo Ann Harris. Guests included:.Alma Hugan-Jacobs, Katie Allen, Alma Childs, Benoit Poleus, Lillie Poleus, Dilla Brown, Betty Brown-Sallet, Wanda Sallet, Zeld Parish, Alice A. Grisson, Celestine Kennedy, Grace P. Weaver, Jeannie M. West Williams, Sandra Stergan, Tanya Sanders, Cynthia Berry, Hazel L. Lee, Agnes McDonald, Mary Paramore Smith, Mildred Allen, Leon Sapp, Edna HaynesTurner, JoAnne Cunningham, Evelyn Haynes, Carolyn Dixon-Aguapong, Sheron Robinson, Sandra Williams, Pastor Gwen Crumbley and Shirley B. Love of Lakeland. Board members Faye Patrick and Ozie Brown. Some of the guests aboard the Starship. The children were under the lcndership of Dr. Lorettn Johnson.

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m 0 0 N 0 (") > a: <( ::J z <( .., >= <( e a: LL. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2009 NFL ALUMNI SUPER BOWL OF GOLF SHOWCASE The NFL Alumni Super Bowl of Golf Showcase will be held Friday, January 30, 8 :30a. m.-2:00p.m. at Hunt er's Green Country Club in Tampa. The event fea tures current and former NFL players participating as celebrity captains in a fun-filled and challenging round of golf with great entertainment and hospitality. The Super Bowl of Golf Showcase serves as a major fundraising vehicle for the youth-oriented programs of the NFL Alumni, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization with a mission of Caring for Kids. For more information or media please contact Marty Lerch at 800-878-5437 x212 REBUILDING TOGETHER "KICKOFF TO REBUILD" Rebuilding Together joins with its local affiliate chap ter and the NFL for the 14th annual Kickoff To Rebuild project. Since 1995, Rebuilding Together has part nered with the NFL to bring its mission of preserving affordable homeownership and revitalizing communi ties to Super Bowl cities. This year nearly 1,000 vol-unteers including current NFL players, Tampa area C community leaders, and local and national sponsors are mobilizing to revitalize the community of old West c Tampa by providing no-cost home repairs that emz brace energy efficiency and safe and healthy housing < principles. c en w ::J > a: w > w c w ::z::: en ::J m ::J a. z ...J .:J ::J m ...:. w z w en a: g LL. SUPER BOWL XLIII PRO FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME LUNCHEON The Pro Football Hall of Fame will hold the fourth annual Super Bowl/Pro Football Hall of Fame Lun cheon from 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p .m. at the Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City, Florida. Hosted by Pro Foot ball Hall of Famer MERLIN OLSEN. Proceeds will benefit the Pro Football Hall of Fame, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit educational institution/museum. For more information, please contact Dave Motts at 330430-4005. NFL ALUMNI PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS DINNER The NFL Alumni Player of the Year Awards Dinner will be held from 6 : 00-10 : 00 p.m. at the Hyatt Re gency Tampa. Some of this year's honorees include James Harrison (Pittsburgh Stealers), Peyton Man ning (Indianapolis Colts), Adrian Peterson (Minnesota Vikings), Ed Reed (Baltimore Ravens), Jason Witten (Dallas Cowboys), and Coach Tony Sparano (Miami Dolphins) The Player of the Year Awards Dinner serves as a major fundraising vehicle for the youth-oriented programs of the NFL Alumni, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization with a mission of Caring for Kids more information or media, please contact Marty Lerch at 800-878-5437, x212. 1Oth ANNIVERSARY SUPER BOWL GOSPEL CELEBRATION The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration will celebrate its 1Oth anniversary at 7:30 p.m. at the University of South Florida's SunDome in Tampa. The Super Bowl Gospel Celebration is a fusion of inspirational music from the biggest names in Gospel music and soul stirring testimonies from NFL players. The 2009 mu sical lineup features Donnie McClurkin, Mary Mary, Marvin Sapp, and Hezeklah Walker. The concert will also feature the return of the NFL Players All-Star Choir. ....... : ... NFL YOUTH FOOTBALL SUPER BOWL CLINICS Friday, January 30: NFL FLAG Clinics presented by Nike; Nike Football Clinics MILITARY OUTREACH Saturday, January 31: Local members of the military will golf and bowl alongside NFL legends at the SUPER BOWL NFL CHARITIES CELEBRITY BOWLING CLASSIC and the SUPER BOWL XLIII NFL CHARITIES CELEBRITY GOLF. CLASSIC. They will receive free admission to both events, which raise funds for the NFL Youth Education Town initiative. For more information, please contact Clare Graff at 212-45024351917-816-2885 or clare.graff@nft.com NFL YOUTH FOOTBALL SUPER BOWL CLINICS Saturday, January 31: Girls Flag Football demonstration; NFL FLAG Clinics presented by Nike; NFL Punt Pass & Kick Clin ics; USA Football Skills Combine. For more information on specific clinic times, please contact Clare Graff at 212-45024351917-816-2885 or clare.graff@nfl.com THE NFL EXPERIENCE PRESENTED BV BANK OF AMERICA On Saturday, January 31, at 1 :00 p m., NFL Auction and Hunt Auctions will present The Live Auction at NFL Experience, fea turing over 300 lots of modem and historical football memora bilia. A portion of the auction's proceeds will be donated to charities designated by the NFL, NFL PLAYERS and partici pating NFL teams. Proceeds from ticket sales to NFL Experi ence will be donated to the NFL Youth Education Town (YET) initiative. Tickets are $18.50 for adults and $12.50 for children 12 and under. All games and activitie s are included with the price of admission. Tickets to The NFL Experience Presented by Bank of America may be purchased by calling (866) TIX-4NFL (849-4635), online at www.superbowl.com, at the Raymond James Stadium Box Office, and at the gate beginning January 24 ATHLETES IN ACTION SUPER BOWL BREAKFAST The 2009 Super Bowl Breakfast will be held at the University of South Aorida Sun Dome in Tampa. The 2009 Super Bowl Breakfast will feature the presentation of the Bart Starr Award, presented by Pro Football Hall of Farner BART STARR to an NFL player, voted on by his peers, who exemplifies outstand ing character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community. This event Is open to the public; for General Admission tickets at $20 each (box meal included), visit www.ticketmaster.com or call 866-448-7849. All media wishing to cover the 2009 Super Bowl Breakfast can register in ad vance by calling 813.356.0156. For additional information, visit www.superbowlbreakfast.com SMOCKS lc JOCKS JAZZ BRUNCH AND ART AUCTION Inspirational works of art created by current and retired NFL players will be auctioned off during the Smocks & Jocks Jazz Brunch on Saturday, January 31 from 10:30 a.m-1 :30 p.m. aboard the StarShip Yacht in dock at Channelside in Tampa Ticket proceeds benefit The Gene Upshaw Player Assistance Trust Fund and VSA arts of Florida. For more infonnatton or to purchase tickets, call 800-372-2000 ext.168 or e-mail smocksandjocks@nftplayers.com SUPER BOWL XLIII NFL CHAAmEs CELEBRITY GOLF CLASSIC The 24th annual Super Bowl NFL Charities Celebrity Golf Classic will be held on Saturday, January 31 at 11 :00 a.m. at the lnnisbrook Resort and Golf Club (US Highway 19; Palm Harbor). Proceeds from the event wiH benefit NFL Youth Education Towns. For further Information, contact Ntck Nicolosi at 201-489-0049 or n.nlcolosl@verizon.net. TROUPE 21 PLAYER NETWORKING EVENT Troupe 21 will hold its 9th annual Player Networtdng Event on Saturday, January 31, from 2:0o-6:00 p.m. at the Marshall Stu dent Center at the University of South Florida (4202 E Fowler Ave, Tampa). The Player Networking Event (PNE) Is designed to assist active and former NFL players with their transition from football by facilitating networking among players, team and league executives, corporate guests and PNE exhibitors. For further lnformatton, contact. Danielle Baker at danlellebaker@troupe21.com or (615) 394. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 2009 TAMPA BAY 02.01.09 Pinsburuh Stealers vs. Arizona Ca1nlina1s Raymond James Stadium North Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL fl6:00 P.M. Bentley of Tampa Bay Players After Party www 2009playersafterparty .com Celebrate the end of Super Bowt XLIII in style with the biggest past and present names in the NFL and an Atlst of celebrity nsts and musicians following the game. Mirage Nightclub 3605 W. 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41PSuper Bowl XLIII. Steelers' Head Coach Is A Sign That The Tonv Dungv Tree Keeps Growing 'TI :::0 6 c.. )> z There have b ee n some celebrated head coaches and coaching staffs recognized in the National Football League, but few have ; achieved the success of Tony Dungy and m embers of his coaching staff. ::C Several of the men who have coached under Dungy have gone on to head coaching jobs themselves, and two have taken ;:; their teams to the Sup e r Bowl. Not many head coaches can make that claim. Not only will Mike Tomlin be the third African American head coach to take his team to the Super Bowl, but can become 1\J 0 the second African American head coach to actually win the covet e d title o :CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 tD c rrm :::! z c tD c CJ) :t m c m < m :::0 -f c m CJ) c )> z c 'TI c

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11/1 Super Bowl XLIII 0 (") > a: <( :::J z <( "") 0 Super Bowl XLIII Environmental Program Donates Books, Spons Equipment a: u.. 0 a: u.. 0 z <( Warrick Dunn of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jack Groh, Director, NFL Environmental Program, Reid Sigmon, Executive Director, Tampa Bay Super Bowl Host Committee, Dick Beard, III, Chairman, Tampa Bay Super Bowl, Marsha Rydberg, NFL Youth Education Town ( YET ) of Tampa Bay, Inc. Christopher J. Wiand, Associate Superintendent, Diocese of St. Petersburg 0 en Tampa Bay Buccaneer Warrick Dunn with the stude nts from W Sligh Middle School and the Student Intervention Specialist, Dr. Philetha Tucker-Johnson: lvelisse Santos, Kevinesha > Williams, Jenny Ulysse, Vashti Walters and Meenwattie a: Kissoon. w > w 0 UJ :I: en ::::i m :::J a. z i= w ..J ..J :::J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. 0 I UJ Schools, Lewis Brinson, Assistant Superintendent, Hillsborough County Schools, students and teachers from more than 100 Bay Area sc hool s were at Jackson Heights NFL YET Center on Thursday, Robert D. and Astel W helped deliver the donations. January 22, 2009 for the Super Bowl Environmental Program. The Super Kids-Super Sharing Sports Equipment Donation project was develop e d in partnership with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers students and coordinators from the various schools who donated sports equipment and books to local schools and organizations serving children. (Photos by Brunson) Mrs. Ernestine Ponder, left, and Ms. Earline Newman assist \\;th paper work for the project. Students from McLane Middle School were a part of the sports equipment and book donation at the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center. Zina Brannon, Beverly Higdon and lvey Houston. John H. cunies boxes of the donated Items. .Johnny helps stack the boxes of books and sports equipment.

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d'Super Bowl XLIII "T1 :a c NFl Plavers Terrell Owens, Clifton Smith And Brandon Marshall Headline Star-Studded Gridiron Celebritv Hoops XI Super Bowl Xllll Weekend c.. > z c: > :a BIG TIGGER DAWN RICHARDS Q MOSLEY Along with a host of celebrities including Kendra Wilkinson from E! 1V Girls Next Door The biggest match-up in Super Bowl XLIIF .. history won't just be on the field. It will also be on the basketball court when NFL greats, Hollywood A-listers street ballers, music artists and models show-off their hoop skills at Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI at Thomas Jefferson High School's B'asketball Arena on Saturday, January 31, 2009 at 6:30 p / m.. This sports com petition is the first and onlv charity basketball game have ever become officially sanctionec;J by the National Football league .The event kicks off with the Gridir a'n Tailgate Encore Experience on Jefferson High S.Chool "Tailgate" lot at 4401 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, from 3-5 p.m. Doors to the basketball arena for Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI open at 5:30 p.m. The family-fulfilling extrava ganza is highlighted by fan favorite activities, an explosi\:e slam dunk contest, : chances to win celebrity pho. tographs and autographs, offiCial NFL merchandise, rand giveaways. sp-ectators will also have an opportunity to see up close personal .. p _opular NFL players arid movie "stars". Tickefholders are encouraged to bring their cameras 'io take lots of pic-. turesl . "Our goal is to offer football of all ages a once-in-alifetime experience to watch their favorite sports heroes and celebrities from music, television, and film play in a competitive game of basket ball, all for a notable and worthy cause that I am extremely passionate about,l. says event creator and executive producer, of Jam1 Sports & Entertainment, Juli M. Jordan. Sup e r Bowl is the nation' s most c elebrated sporting event and we are proud that Gridiron Celebrity Hoops, now in its uth year, remains the premiere all-star charity basketball game that captures the pageantry of this amazing weekend." Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI would not be able to serv e the community in the suc cessful manner that it does without the strategic partn e rs who s e support power th e event This year s sponsors include Abell & Gross the Florida Sentinel, La Gaceta, Best Buy, WiLD 98.7, and K1X who provided the game uniforms. In partnership with the event is University of South Florida (t,JSF) Student Government Association. Nathan Davison of USF remarks, "The University of South Florida has a pop of over 40,000 students and student government repre sents their voice. The partner ship between Jam Sports and Entertainment and the USF Student Government is an excellent opportunity to reach out and give awareness to both sides. Gridiron Celebrity Hoops XI will feature Tampa natives London Gainous, Lorenzo Marchman, and Kevin Beckwith, who niake up the hip-hop group the "S.B.'s" These three young, aspiring recording artists :ire students at Jefferson High School. This trio of talent has a unique sound and incomparable charisma. They will debut a new song exclusively for "Gridiron XI". Suiting up for this year's event are many notable play ers including Terreii'Owens (Cowboys), Phillip Buchanon (Buccaneers), Brandon Marshall (Broncos), An thony Henry (Cowboys), Reggie Williams (Jaguars), Clifton Smith (Buccaneers) and other NFL greats from the gridiron. Blockbu ster a ct o r s Brian White, Boris Kodjoe, fr o m "Made a 's Family R e union ," a nd sy ndi c a t e d radio hos t Big Tigger, Dawn Richards and Qwanell "Q" Mosley from MTV's hit realit y TV show "Making the Band" a re also part of the prime line-up. Legau.tn 10...... ....... '16.GG s QQ ...1J...s.."Y.:t" ....._....,__ -< Making cameos at the event w will be boxer, Winky 9 Wright a nd 2009 Pro-Bowl select, Joshua Cribbs (Browns) -_., < .. .. ,,. .... '3.29Lb_:,

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c:n 41'Super Bowl XLIII Event 0 Super Bowl Nfl YET Center Hosts Dinner Theatre ::: The National Football League (NFL) Youth Education Town (YET) at Jacks o n Heights was the site .., of the Dinner Theatre on last S aturday. The youth hosted a four-course meal and entertainment of >"' music dancing and a performance. (Photos by Brunson) <( c a: LL c a: LL c z < c tn w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w :z:: tn :i m ::: Q. z ;::: w ..J ..J ::: m I ..J w z ;::: z w tn < c ..J LL The Disciples of VISion from First Baptist Church of College Hill presented a performance during the evening dinner. Members shown are: Jay Taylor, Karen Vickers, Richelle Stephens, Ronnie Walker, Valerie McGill, Geri Kelly, Willie Jackson, Julius Davis, Octavo Jarnegan, Ladonna Lowery, Jeanette Dixon and Rev. Perry Sylvain. : RJITH : Shara Lindsay and Myra. Alexie Harris at the NFL YET dinner theatre at the Jackson Heights Center. The Fabulous Steppers were among program participants: Captain, Pooh, Alesia, co-captain; Cecp, Tam, Kira, A 'Daysha, Brandi, Sequaya and Sandy. Shayla and Evelyn. Richelle, Sharon and Shayla Stephens attended the din.ner. Members of Ladies of Essence, Tammy Harris and Kathy Mul'illo attended the dinner.

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"'T1 4'Super Bowl XLIII :D Man Lauer Sits Down With President Barack Obama live During NBC's Super Bowl Pre-Game Tampa Bav Buccaneer Warrick Dunn Among NFL Plavers To Participate In Plav 60 Kids' oav PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA NEW YORK -NBC News Matt Lauer will sit down with President Barack Obama for a live int erview during NBC's Super Bowl Pre-Game The intervi e w will be the Preside nt' s firs t television interview from the Whit e H o u se since his inaugura tion. The live interview will air S unday, F e bru ; u y 1 during NBC's Super Bowl Pre-Game. More of the int erview will air l\londay February 2 on NBC News' ''TocJ.ay." NBC Sports coverage of the Supe r Bowl begins a t Noon ET, Sunday, February 1. Jim Bell i s the executive producer of "Today" (Mo11:.-Fri., 7-11 a.m.). Sponsored By: Special Appearance by Florida Governor Charlie Crist More than 2,ooo youth from the Tamp_a area will be joined by NFL players WARRICK DUNN (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), TERRELL DAVIS (Denver Broncos, retired), IKE HILLIARD (Tampa Bay Buccaneers), BRANDON JONES (Tennessee Titans), ADRIAN JONES (Kansas City Chiefs), TONY MCDANIEL (.Jacksonville Jaguars), JERMAINE PHILLIPS (Tampa Ba y Bucca neers), DUKE PRESTON (Buffalo Bills) DARRELLE REVIS (New York Jets) TONY RICHARDSON (New York Jets) and NICK SORENSON (Cleveland Browns) and will feature speci a l appear ance b y Florida Governor Charlie Crist when the y took part in NFL PLAY 6o Kids' Day, Wednesday .Jan. 28 from 11 a.m.-2 p m "Complete Dental Care For All JJ More than 2,ooo youngsters will partici-pate in a private celebration of The NFL o Experience presented by Bank of America free of charge. In addition, R&B recording artist Bre Morgan performed. The kids will also learn more about the importance of healthy living during NFL PLAY 6o Kids' Day at The NFL Experience presented by Bank of America. NFL PLAY 6o is the league's youth health and fitness cam paign aimed at helping youngsters get 6o minutes of exercise each day. of lucky Tampa 5th graders who entered the NFL PLAY 60 What Moves U Challenge will be special guests at NFL PLAY 6o Kids' Day. As part of the Challenge, Tampa students submitted their plans for getting "6o minutes of exercise a day for 60 days." In addition, NFL PLAY 6o: Super Kid SAM KIMMEL will be a special guest at Kids Day. Throughout the fall and winter, kids registered to take the "PLAY 60 Challenge -n on www.NFLRUSH com, committing to get ting 6o minutes of exercise a day. Kimmel a resident of Homer City, PA, took the NFL PLAY 6o Challenge, two essay s on health 'and fitness, and was chosen to come to Tampa with his famil y Right before kick off of Supet Bowl XLIII, he will run onto the field to hand the game ball off to the official in front of thousands of cheering fans. r 0 :D c )> (/) m z ::::! z m r I ttJ c rr-m ::::! z '"C c Ill c: (/) :I: m c m < m :D -< -1 c m (/) c )> z c "'T1 :D c Prevention & Education Root Canal Therapy Extractions Crowns, Bridges & Dentures On-Site Denture Lab Teeth Whitening Repair & Relines Done On-Site Custom Designed Gold Crowns Available 5811 East Broadway Ave. ((lff 50th Street) CallAnd Schedule Your Appointment NOW!!! (813) 623-1014 Hours:

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"T1 41PSuper Bowl XLIII Entertainment :o Stars Performing In Super Bowl Events On February 1st, the Bethune-Cookman University Marching Wildcats (B-CU) will take to the field at Raymond James Stadium to perform during Super Bowl XLIII. The Marching Wildcats will perform for six minutes at approximately 6 p.m ., prior to the 6:28 p.m. kick-off. As part of its 8-10 song routine, the band will debut new formations designed specifically for this event. "Having the Marching Wildcats represent the Great Bethune-Cookman University at the Super Bowl is a tremen dous honor. It is a tribute to the dedication and talent of our band director Donavan Wells, his staff, and our amazing students," Ms. Trudie Kibbe Reed, B-CU President said. "For the marching band, there's no bigger stage to play on than the Super Bowl play ing field. We're working hard to put on a great show for all the fans, Donovan Wells, BCU Band Director said Recognized as "the heartbeat of B-CU," and one of the top collegiate bands in the country, the Marching Wildcats strive to bring the finest performances to view ing audiences. This year's edition of the Marching Wildcats boast 320 band members, along with auxiliary units the Sophistical Flag Corps and the n ationally known 14KT Gold Dancers Celebrities on all levels will take part in activities leading up to Super Bowl XLIII this weekend. Some of th e stars include John Legend, Faith Hill, and Jennifer Hudson. John Legend, popular singer and songwriter, will perform his Grammy-winning hits at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on January 29th. Grammy-nominated recording artist, T -PAIN, will join him on stage for an electrifying version of "Green Light," Legend's current chart-topping single. A child prodigy, Legend began singing gospel and playing piano at the age of five. At the age of 16, he left Ohio to attend college in Philadelphia. It was there that the young artist's abili ties were tapped He was chosen to pla y the piano on Lauryn Hill's CD "Everything Is Everything," in 1998. Legend completed college and relocated to New York, where h e has enjoyed s uc cess. Country singer Faith Hill NEXT STOP: )> JJ -< w !=' I'IJ 0 0 CD JENNIFER HUDSON JOHN LEGEND FAITH HILL has been chosen to sing "America The Beautiful" during the pre-game festivities for Super Bowl XLIII. She will perform at Raymond James Stadium on February 1st. A Grammy award winner, Ms. Hill sang the National Anthem at Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000. A native of Jackson, Mississippi Ms. Hill began her singing career in church As a teenager, she learned to play guitar, and by age 16 had started her own country band, playing at local fairs and rodeos After graduating from high school in 1986, Ms. Hill spent a year in commu nity college before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, to pur sue her career Oscar winner, Jennifer Hudson will join the ranks of stars having the privilege of singing the national a nth e m at Super Bowl XLIII this weekend. Ms. Hudson, who had released her self titled debut album last year, is also scheduled to sing at the Grammys' MusiCares event in Los Angeles next month. Already the recipient of an Oscar Award for her role in "Dreamgirls" for best supporting actress, Ms. Hudson has been nominated for four awards at the Awards on Sne made her debut in the entertainment industry as a former "American Idol" "T1 contestant. After launching rher career on the show, Ms. 0 Hudson has appeared in feature roles in movies like )> "Sex and the City': and en "The Secret Life of Bees," m as well as her album release. Bruce Springsteen is z scheduled to sing during halftime of the pro football m championship game c: r rm :j z "'D c: CD r-c;; % m c m < m :zJ -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :zJ 6 Despite recent tough times, tomorrow holds the promise of a brighter future. The question Is, how do we get there? We11 need big ideas, new ways to spark our economy and get us rolling in the right direction. One of those is transit investment. Transit generates new jobs, with construction of projects and operation of new bus and rail lines. A transit lrM!stment can give us traffic relief, while fewer vehk:tes on the road means a cleaner envlra rnent and a stt!p toward energy lndepet del K:e. And transit can dffle new oppomrtttles for businesses to get employees and aJStomers right to their door. When people an get to work and enjoy their comnulity without relying solely on a car, the OOfll"t'Ullty is healthier and wealthier. We have much to do to set cu course for a bright future. We can get there with HART. HART HlllsborolJih Area Reslonal Transit Authority Driven to serve you. www .goHART.org

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IJI Super Bowl XLIII 0 (\') > a: <( :::) z <( ""') <( c Christian Marching Band To Portorm At Snoop Bowl a: LL More than two years ago Antwaun Underwood had an idea to create a marching and concert band with a Christian foundation. An active member of Revealing Truth Ministries, he shared his vision with his pastors. Underwood said that not only was the vision embraced by Senior Pastor Greg Powe and his wife, Pastor Deborah Powe, it was also embraced by members of the church. On Saturday, at 1 p m., the Revealing Truth Ministries Marching and Concert Band will have its 9 first outdoor performance a: as participants in the LL Snoop Bowl. The event will take place at Gaither High
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SUCh c:er1llate a1111 be redeemed eccordlng to lllw the property deiCribed In such c:erUIIcete shill be sold to the hlgllell bidder et the Jury AudHorlum, 2nd Floor, George E EclgecGmtl Courthouse aoo ee.t Twiggs 8lrMI, FL 331102 on the 2tlh dey of Februery, 20011, et 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Pie-eel (113) 27&-1100 ext. -41011 to-ry aeleloclllon). Deeed this Ill dey of JMIMMY 2QOI llgnelure by: LAUMH D MIJUUTT Deputy Clertl ftATI'MHK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hille borough COunty. l'lortda If you ,,. e pe,.on with 1 dlleblllty who llllcle eny eccommodetlon In order to pertlclpetlln thll procMCIIng, you .,. entitled, et no co1t to you, to the provlelon of certeln u111tence. Pllue contect the "Cierk'l ADA Coordinator, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Tempe, l'lorlde, (113) 271-1100, utenelon 42011, two working daye prior to the date the 11rvlce 11 n11ded ; If you ere hllrlng or voice lmpeiM, cell711 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 number and year of Issuance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 058780 0000 Certificate No. : 117453.06 File No.: 2009-137 Year of Issuance: 2006 Description of Property : FROM SE COR OF SEC 36 RUN S 89 OEG 22 MIN 48 SEC W 4429 .24 FT FOR POB THEN RUN N 41 DEG 58 MIN 52 SEC E 864 .08 FT S 40 OEG 50 MIN 59 SEC E251.97FTS41 OEGSI MIN 52 SEC W602.73 FT AND S 89 DEG 22 MIN 41 SEC W 3311.&4 FT TO BEG LESS THAT PT LYING \MTHtN S 320 FT OF SEC SEC.TW>-RGE: 38-32-111 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXEI Name(s) In which lllllltd: NORMA Y. BI!HITI!Z Seld property being In the County of Hlllborough, StMe of Florlde Unlea SUCh c:er1llate ahlll be eccordlng to lew the property deacrlbed In aud1 certlllc:ate lhlll be sold to the hlghMI bidder 11 the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgec:omb COUI1houae 800 Eas1 Twiggs Street Tempe FL 33802 on the 26th dey of February 2009 et 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE : Pleue eel (813) 27&-8100 ext. 4809to verify aale locion) Dated this Zlll day of Jlnuarv 2001 Slgneture by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida tf you ere e perwon wtlh 1 dlllblllty who n11ds 1ny 1ccommodetlon In order to pertlclpltl In this proceeding, you ,,. entitled, 11 no coat to you, to the provision of cer1aln 111lltence. Pleue contect the Clerk's ADA Coordln1tor, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tempa, Flortde, (113) 271, extension 4205, two working deys prior to the d1t1 the service II needed; If you 1re heerlng or volcelmpelm, cell711. FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, the! SAUTERNES V LLC 12211 the holder of the following cer11flcate haa flied 18ld certificate for e tax deed to be luued thereon The Clrtllcele number end ye of luuence, the of the property end the MII'IN In which --.eel -a follows : Folo No.: 01113H .OOOO Certlllcatt No.: 1171N.ot File No. : 2001-141 HX v .. oflaauence : 2001 O..Crlptlon of Property : RUSKIN CITY 1ST ADOmON LOT 13111 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 08/311 SEC. TW>-RGE; 011-32-111 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nerne(a) In which -llld: I'IDEL caARCIA JR. MARIA UNA caARCIA Seld property being In the County of Hllaborough Stele d Florida. SUCh c:ertlllciU lhlll be redeemed eccordlng to lllw the property deectlbtcl In SUCh ahlll be sold to the hlgllell bidder et the Jury AudHorium, 2nd Floor George E Courthoule aoo ee.t TWigga Snet, Tempe FL 33602 on the 26th dey of Fetwv.y, 20011, et 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Pll-cell (113) 27&-1100 ext. 41011 to-ry aelelocatlon) Dtlllcl this Ill dey d .......... 2QOI .......,. by: LAU..IN D. IIIIUftm Deputy Clerk ftATI'MNK Clerk of Circuit Court of ,.Hilllbonlugh County, l'lol1dl If you 1 wtfh 1 dlseblllty who nMCII eny eccommodltlon In order tp pertlclpetaln thll ptocMCIIng, you ,,. entltJe\f, et, no coet to you, to the provlllon of certeln uelltence. Plene cqntect the Clerk'l ADA Coordlnetor, 101 E Kennedy Blvd. Tempa, l'lorlde, (113) 271 1100, extenelon 42011, tW!I working dlya prior to the dete the 11rv1ce 11 nHded; If you ere hllrlng or volc:elmpiiM, cell 711. 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The certificate number and year of Issuance, the description of the property, and the names In which was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 060637 0000 Certificate No.: 117816.08 File No.: 2009-138HX Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property : FROM SE COR OF GOV LOT 3 RUN N 151 FT N 78 DEG 48 MIN W 1029. 5 FT TO PT ON C/L OF PLANT CITY-THONOTOSASSA RO S 8 OEG 48 MIN W 263FT AND N 81 OEG 58 MIN W 120FT FOR POB THEN CON'T N 81 OEG 5e MIN W200.5 FT N 319 FTTO C1L OF RD SEL Y ALONG CIL TO PT BRGN8DEG 41MINE FROM POB AND S 8 DEG 41 MIN W TO BEG LESS R1W sec-rw>-RGE: 14-2&-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In whidl -IMd: ROBeRT J ALVIS RACHELL B ALVIS Said property being In the County of Hlbborough, Stele of Florlde Unleaa aud1 c:ertflc:llte ahal be eccordlng to lew the property Cleecrlbed In aud1 c:er1llate shill ba sold to the hlghat bidder at the Jury Audortum 2nd Floor, George e Edgecomb Courthouse aoo East Twlgga Street, Tempe, FL 33802 on the 26th dey of Februery 2009, et 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Pleue cell (813) 27&-8100 ext. 4809 to v.ify .. location) Oiled this Zlll dey of JIDUIN 2001 Slgneture by : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florlde tf you 1,. a perwon with 1 disability who needs any 1ccommodetlon In order to p1rtlclp1t1 In this procHdlng, you 1,. entitled, et no coat to you, to the provlllon of cer1atn eulatlnce. Please contect the Clerk's ADA Coordlnetor, 101 E Kennedy Blvd. Temp1 Ftortde, (113) 271-1100, extension 42011, two working daya prior to the date the tlrVIce Ia needed ; If you Ire h .. rtng or voice lmpelr.d, cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thet SAUTERNES V LLC 122H the holder of the folowlng certllcete hll flied llld certllcate for a tax deed to be luued thereon The c:ertllc8le number and y... of luuence, the deec:rlption of the property end lh4i MII'IN In whidl.----.. follows: Folo No.: 010210 .0000 Certllcete No.: 11nu.oe File No.: 2001-142 v .. ctl-: 2001 Dllcrlpllon of Property : TRACT BEG ON RIW LINE OF US tfNY 30141t.&4 FT SW OF NJ RUN N 231. n FT W 15 FT S 2411. 5 FT AND E TO BEG SEC. TW"-RGE: 01-2&-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDI'tG TAXES Herne( I) 'tn which -..ct: MAJOR THORNTON LJn ESTATE MAl! 1'. OUTEN C.OO RETHA THRONTOH Slid properly being In the County o Stell of Florlde. Unllll SUCh 111111 be redeemld eccordlng to 111w the property deterlbed In euch certflcele shill be sold to the highest bidder et the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Eclglcomll Courthoull 100 Eut Twiggs StrMt, FL 331102 on the 2t!lh dey of Februery, 20011, et 10:00 A M (NOTICE : PleiN eel (11S) 27&-1100 ext. 4108 to-ry aelelocatlon) Dtlllcllhll Ill dey of JMIMMY 2QOI llgnetln by: LAU..IN D MeRIUTT Deputy Clerk PATI'MNK Clerk of Circuit Court Hllllborough County, l'lol1de If you .,. 1 pe,.on with 1 dleeblllty who 1111c11 eny eccommodetlon In order to pertlclpete In thle procMCIIng, you ,,. entitled, It no coet to you, to the provlelon of certeln 11111tence. Ple111 contect the Clerk'e ADA Coordlnetor, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Tempe, l'lortde, (113) 271, utenelon 42011, two working deya prior to the dele the eervlce 11 needed; If you ,,. heerlng or volcelmpeiM, cell711 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 057813 1020 Certifocate No.: 117332.06 File No.: 2009-139HX Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property: FAIRMONT MOBILE ESTATES FIRST ADDITION TO LOTS 7 AND8 BLOCKS PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 43104 sec-rw>-RGE: 111-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(l) In whidl-..d: JAMES J. EDWARDS Seld property being In the County of Hlbborough, StMe d Florlde. unteaa lhlll be redeemed ICCOf'dlng to lew the property dncribed In aud1 cer1Jfale ahell be sold to the highelt bidder 11 the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George e. Courthouse aoo ee.t Twiggs Street, Timpe, FL 33602 on the 26th dey of February 2009, et 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Pleue cell (813) 276-8100 ext 4109 to verify Ale loc-RGE: 03-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nerne(a) In which -.eel: MICHELl! LITTLI! ANITA KRUCZI!WSKI Seld property being In the County of Stele d Florlde. e111111 be redeemld eccordlng to lllw the property delcrtlecl In aud1 Oll1lflclte 111111 be sold to the hlgllell bidder et the Jury AudHorium, 2nd Floor, George e. Eclglcomll aoo ee.t Twlgga SlrMI, Tempe, FL 3SI02 on' the 26th dey ol Fetwv.y, 20011, II 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Pie-C1111 (11S) 27&-1100 ext. 4108 to-ry aeleloclllon). Dllllcl this Ill dey of......, -llgnetin by: LAU..II!N D MIMITT Deputy Clertl ftATI'MNK Clerk of Cll"cult Court of Hllllbof'ough County, l'lortda If you ere 1 pereon with 1 dlllblllty who neec11 eny eccommocletloll In ordef' to pertlclpete In thll proceeding, you .,. entitled, et no coet to you, to the provlalon of certeln 111latence Plelle contect the Clerk' ADA Coordlnetor, 101 E Kennedy Blvd. Tempe, l'lortde, (113) 271-1100, extanelon 42011, two working deye prior to the dete the eervlce Ia needed ; If you ,,. heering or volcelmpelm, cell711 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 63 YEARS 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 certifiCSte number and year of Issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 065938 0300 CertifiCate No.: 120543-06 File No.: 2009-144 Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property: COMM AT SW COR OF SE Y. OF NW Y. OF SEC 10 THN N 89 DEG 56 MIN 35 SEC E ALONG S LINE OF SE Y. OF NWY. 1119 .45FTTHN NOO DEG 08 MIN 15 SEC W 25 0d FT TO POS AND POINT ON N R1W LINE OF WHEELER RD THN CONT N 00 DEG 08 MIN 15 SEC W 2111.00-FT THN N Ill OEG 5e MIN 35 SEC E 203 .55 FT TO POINT ON E LINE OF SE % OF NW %OF SEC 10 THN S 00 OEG 08 MIN 15 SEC E 2111. 00 FT TO POINT ON RIW LINE OF 'MiEELER RD THN S 19 DEG 56 MIN 35 SEC W 203 .55 FT TOPOB SEC.TW>-RGE : 10-29-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nlml(e) In which aaeaaed: ESTATE OF LORENDA SUE WARE Seid property being in the County of Hillsborough Stele of Florida. Unlela aud1 certitic:ate ahlll be redeemed ICCOf'ding to law the property desaibed In such certific:ate shell be sold to the highest bidder 11 the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampe FL 33602 on the 26th dey .d February 2009 at 10 : 00 A.M (NOT I CE : Please call (813) 27&-a 1 00 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this Zlll day of Jenuarv 2009 Signature by: LAUREN D MERRm Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of HllllborouiJh County, Florida If you ere a person with a disability who needs eny eccommodatlon In onler to pertlclpete In thll proceeding you .,. entltltd, et no coat to you, to Uie provlllon of c:ertaln ualltance. Plene contect the Clertt'a ADA Coordlnetor, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tempa, Flortde, (113) 271-1100, extension 4205, two working deya prior to the date the S.rvlce Ia needed; If you ,,. heertng or voice lmpand, call 711. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CMLSERVICE New Employment Opportunities BOOKING CLERK $29,036 COMMUNITY CODES INVESTIGATOR I COMMUNITY CODES INVESTIGATOR II $31,512 $35,838 SENIOR CHILD CARE SPECIALIST (NON-5TANDARD HOURS) (LIMITED DURATION) TRAINING SPECIALIST $43,700 See our web site at or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AAIEEO Employer

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Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00 p.m., February 17, 2009, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of Co1,1nty Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DE:CISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNJNG BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSJDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCE!=DINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may l;le obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276-2058. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 09-0219-LU, filed on121312008 by Learning Gate Community School, Inc., represented by John B Gibbons, Esq, of201 E. Kennedy Blvd. #600, TampaH 33602, ph 813-314-4500, requesting a Special Use Permit for a school. The property is 26.53 ac and is presently zoned ASC-1 It is located in all or parts of Section 30 Township 27 Range 19 or 16215 N. Hanna Rd. Petition SU 09-0226-EGL, filed on 121512008 by Jorge Rall}os, of 275 Bayshore Blvd. #904, Tampa, Fl. 33606, ph 813-545-1936, requesting a Special Use Permit for a Community Residential Home. The property is .67 ac and is presently zoned RMC 12 (R). It is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 28 Range 18 orNE comer of N Uncoln Ave. & W. !,.ambright St. Petition SU 09-0292-CW (AB), filed on 1/512009 by Susa n Young, of 1300 Seaway Or. #E-3, Ft. Pierce, Fl. 34949, ph 407-399-4630, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit-2-COP-Beer and wine for saJe and consumption on and off the licensed premises. The property is 2,817 sq.ft. and is presently PDMU (83-88) It is located in all or parts of Section 9 Township 28 Range 18 or 13020 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. .. Petition SU 09-0246 CPV (AB), filed on 12/18/2008 by: Beef O'Brady's, represented by Todd Pressman, of 28870 US Highway 19 N. #300, CJearwater, Fl. 33761, ph 727-726-8583, requesting a Alcoholic Beverage Permit-4-COP-RX-Beer, wine and liquor ror sale and consumption on the licensed Premises only wHen in connection with a restaurant. The property is 4,042 sq. ft. and Is presently zoned CPV (G-1) (04-315). It is located in all .or parts of Section 35 Township 27 Range 17 or S. obley Rd. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ Of-0306-BA/WM, filed on 12/1312007 by Ron Mahan, Turfgrass America, LP, represented bY James Ratliff ; AICP, of 2205 North 20th St., Tampa, Fl. 336o5, ph 813-223-9500, requesting a zone change fr'011'_1 AR to PD. The property is 537.2 acres and is located in all or parts of Section Township 31 Range 20 or EIS of Westlake Rd., 1/4 mile S/0 Tucker Rd. RZ 09-0147-BR,filed on 11/1212008 by Groundscapes of Florida Inc., represented by Kevin Mineer, AICP; of 3810 US Hwy 301 N. #140, Tampa, Fl. 33619, ph 813-820-4500, requesting a zone char9.t. from RSC-6 & PD. (01-1052) to PD. The property is 1.38 ac and is located in all or parts of 22 Township 29 Range 20 or NIS of Victoria St., 50' W/0 Kings Ave. Petition RZ 09-0176-SS, filed qn 11/20/2008 by Little Manatee Reserve LLC, represented by Engelhardt Hammer & Assoc., of 3001 N. Rocky Point Dr. E. #300, Tampa, Fl. 33607, ph 813-282-3855, requesting a zone change'from AR to PD. The property is 46.86 ac and Is located In all or parts of Section 18&19 Township 32 Range 19 or 1/4 mi W/0 7th St. SW & 24th Ave intersection. RZ 09-0220-ER, filed on 121312008 by Jack Brower, of 202 N. Oregon Ave., Tampa, Fl. 33606, ph 8'13:-254-4448, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to CG. The property Is 1 .5 ac :t and Is located lfi'aU or parts of Section 33 Township 28 Range 21 or SE comer of Lake Ave & Undsey St. 09-0263-CW, filed on 1211912008 by Jeffrey Clarke for AE5, LLC, represented by Daniel E. of 1009_Silver Palm Way, Apollo Beach, Fl. 33572, ph 813-641-1051, requesting a zone change.fr,Ot'n & CG to CG. The property is 2 .31 ac :t and is located In all or parts of Section 12 TOwrJship 2&Range 18 or f:LS of N Florida Ave., 150' S/0 E. 130th Ave. . P .etltfori IU ot-()2M.PR, filed 0n 12/1912008 by Unda Pearson, of 1200 W. Platt St. tl 204, Tampa, Fl. a zone change from RDC-12, CG & PO (91) to Cl. The 1.12 ac :t and Ia located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 Range 19 or NW c;or' of 10tttAvef S:, & US Hwy41 . -. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS PetltloifMM 01-1429-EL, filed on 812012008 by Tierra Holdings Ltd represented by Mai Couch & 14005 N Dale Mabry Hwy. tl A, Tampa, Fl. 33618, ph 813-969-0600, requesting a major lil,odlflcatlon 'to allow retail uses. The property Ia 2.05 ac and Ia presently zoned Planned Development (PDMU 83-43). It 11 located in an or parts Of Section 24 Township 28 Range 19 or SEcor Of Temple Terrace Hwy & N 78th St. Petition MM 09-0177-USF, filedon 1112012008 by Salvation Army, represented by Judith L James,' l;:aq.; or 325. S. Tampa, Fl. 33806, pr't requesting a major modification to &mend condition regarding fence, add existing truck repairs as an alloWable use, option to construct 2,000 ft. bulking & to add The property Ia 12.14 ac :t and Ia presently zoned Planned <08:-88> It II locatld In an Ot parts of Section 1 Township 28 Range 18 orNW cor of E. 138th & Nebnlaka Ave. filed on 1112012008 by Leap Limited Prtshp, represented by L. James, Eaq,, of 325 South Boulevard, Tampl, Fl. 33806, ph requesting a : .modfflcatlon to add restaurant u an allowable use. The property Ia 4.95 ac :t and Ia presently 1 t:'Ja'!*f (PD-MU 88-87). It II located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 . Range or NIS of S.R. 80, 50' W/0 Provld.-.ce Rd. ; I -. . NOTICE OF SPECIAL LEGISLATION TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby provided pursuant to Section 11.02, Fla. Stat. and Section 10, Art. Ill, Fla. Canst. that the undersigned has requested the Florida legislature enact legislation at its regular session held in the year 2009, or at a subsequent special session amending the City of Tampa's General Employee Pension Plan contained in Chapter 23559, laws of Florida, 1945, as amended. The title of the proposed legislation reads as follows: An act relating to the City of Tampa, Hillsborough CountY; amending Chapter 23559, laws of Florida, 1945, as revising definitions for "salaries or wages," "employee," and "military service time''; providing a definition for "limitation year"; providing that all employee contributions to the pension fund are mandatory and that the city shall pay such contri butions to the fund on behalf of the employee; providing non-spouse ben eficiaries an option to rollover death benefits; providing for refund of em ployee contributions; revising construction of the act; revising benefit limits; revising requirements for distribution of benefits; providing a de fault distribution when a member fails to elect a distributior1 option; revis ing direct rollover options; providing an effective date. DATED at Tampa, Florida, the 30th day of January, 2009. Senator Arthenia Joyner !Representative Michael Scionti Hillsborough County legislative Delegation P. 0. Box 1110 Tampa, Fl 33601 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS (BOCC) PUBLIC NOTICE DONATIONS OF OBSOLETE SURPLUS PROPERTY Pursuant to Chapter 273.01, Florida HiUsborough County BOCC will be donating various items ofoffice furniture, which is obsolete surplus property to nonprofit organizations who meet the criteria to receive it. The effecti.ve date begin February 2, 2009 and end on February 27; 2009 Organization must be tax-exempt under the provllons of 501C> (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, Incorporated by the State of Florida for at lea.t one year, and be providing a viable HI'Vice to rnldents of Hllllborough Coumy, which has as its prlndpal mission: (A) Public health and welfare; (B) Education; (C) Environmental restoration and conservation; (D) Civil and human rights; or (E) The relief of human suffering and poverty. For applications, appointments, and additional information regarding surplus property, please call (813) 635-8332. Use Your Tax Refund VVisely This Yearl Sign Up For The Next 9ertified Pharmacy Technician Review Course Also Available First Aid CPR, AED & Othftrs. Call Allied Health CarHr Educatora 813-952.0TEK(0835) Recession Rescue -911 Job8 For (813) 865-7991 Orientation MondaY's -1:oo P.M. 212,2009 ubrary 3rd Ave. & Nebraska Ave. Every Wednesday 12 P.M. 0 THA 1803 N. Howartt Awrn.ie GET NOTI 'CED Place _. The Business Dlre c .tory < .. Contct @ (813) 248-1921 For More FAX YOUR ADS 2417 To ( (81 248-921. 8 . Or "T1 ::2 c c... > z c: > w 9 N 0 0 CD

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Cf) 0 0 N 0 M < :::> z <( .., >=' < c 0:: LL. c 0:: LL. c z < c en w :::> 1-w > w c w :I: en :::i m :::> Q.. z i= w ...J ...J :::> m ...1 w z i= z w en c( c g LL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF JASON ALLEN 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 attor.ney 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 FOREVER BARRED NOTWITHSTANDING THE 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 J&nJ,I&IY 23, 2Q09. for Personal Representative: JAMES G. HAHL Florida Bar No. 0256552 Van Houten, Ponder & Hahl! p .A. 114 South Palmetto Avenue Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Telephone: ( 388) 257-1m : ,(388) 258-1355 Personal RepreHnbdlve: MILLETT 1855 Baker' Street, NE Palm Bay, FL 32907 I .... ,l Ill (!) !(' Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM Cutting It Low Braiders & Barbers Wanted SO/Parsons Brandon (813) 217-2462 Wanted Day Care Worker Must Have 40 Hours Training If Interested Call (813) 770-3779 Live-In Care Giver For Assisted Living Care Home $1 00 00/Weekly Room And Board Plus 2 Days Off Call (813) 727-7838 Small Daycare Looking For Full-Time Daycare Worker 8 :00a. m -5:00p. m Monday-Friday Experienced Must Have Certificate CPR And First Aid 813-238-0939 NEW WAGE SCALE CNA'S Starting Pay 7-3 $ 1 0 .00$11. 00 3-11 $11 00 $12 00 Great Benefits, 401 k Pleasant Courteous Work Environment LTC Experience Required Apply In Person Health Care Center Of Tampa 1818 E. Fletcher 6 Bedroom Bank Foreclosure! $55,5001 Only $445/Monthlyl 5% Down 15 Years At 8% APR Forll8tlnp Call 800-388 Ext. H488 Beautiful 3/2 Block Home ONLY $500 Down And $685.00/Monthly I!! Own It!! Call Owner (813)610-0420 See Them At: JZsells.com Wholesale Properties To The Public Great "Fixer Upper" Deals www.rehabbersuperstore.com Kenny Rushing 813.675.7040 NEW HOMES!!! Move-In Ready!! 1310 N. Grace St.* 10417 N. Annette St. 6218 38th Street Many Other Locations Available! We Have Many Programs To Help You Get Into Your Dream Home!! Visit Our Model Today At: ... I,M!E,B.tC1A N $ 3705 Hillcrest Circle -HreiUtS,Iz!G c CALL NOW!!! {813)218 3729 Visit Our Webs e: www.americahousing.com 2116 W. Farwell Drive 1510 Margaret Street 10814 Alafia Street 1 0911 Lantana Drive CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition .. : .... Friday @ 3:00 Friday Edition . ....... Tuesday@ 3:00P.M. I Email Your Ad To: Or Fax 2417 To (813) 248-9218

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For Sale 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath Newly Renovated Inside Make An Offer Owner Willing to Sell & Negot i ate Any Offer Call Gonja (813) 389-3147 Military Veterans No Down Payment Special FHA Programs Own A Two, Three, Four Bedroom Home Many Areas Prices & Sizes Free Pre-Qualifying Walter Brewer Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 $100.00 Down New Government (FHA) Loan Rates After 1 0-4-07 $100.00 Down On Government Foreclosures FHA (Government) Approved Broker Thomas L. Luft Realty (813)634-4050 Or (813) 495-7481 Bank Owned Riverview 4/2 $124,000 Temple Terrace 3/2 $67,900 Riverview -412 $114,900 New 4/2 $139,900 Call Home Run Real Estate Inc. Ainsley Daux (813)493-0912 anzly123@yahoo.com -----UYING A HOME Handyman Specials Starting As Low As $50k Call Irvin (813) 965-5413 Need Information Regarding Bank Owned Homes Short Sales Down Payment Assistance Call Ainsley Daux Home Run Real Estate Inc. (8_ 13) 493-(!91 !_ i!Mid!411Ai'B11 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1 Yz Bath Townhouse For Lease Gated Community A Low $720.00 Section 8 Welcomed Security Deposit $300.00 $25.00 Application Fee Call (813) 740-0384 FOR REN 5134 Tennis Court Cir. 3 Bedroom/2Yz Bath Condo Section 8 Accepted Contact Teasee (813) 506-4394 Or (813) 368-5623 Homes For Rent 2/1 3/2 4/2 Also Clean Rooms For Rent Section 8 OK Call (813) 690-3320 USF Area 2 Bedroom Townhouse CHA, Fenced, Patio, VVDH Water Included Section 8 Welcome $750.00 (813) 962-8600 2, 3, 4 Bedroom Homes And Apartments New Paint, CHA, Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced, No Pets Section 8 OK (813) 949-3482 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Apartment 4 Bedroom/ 2 Bath Hom e Washer/Dryer Hook-up Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes Fenced Yards WDH/CHA Move In Specials References Required (813) 267-4488 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA 3905 E. Powhattan 5 Bedrooms/2 Baths 3408 49th Street 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath Call Tyrone 1-800-890-7639 (718) 781-6934 Seminole Heights 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, Garage Washer/Dryer Hook-up Section 8 Accepted $1,000.00 Per Month Call 813-326-6141 1616 East ldell Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $650.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 (813) 885-5226 Available Nowlll 3/1 CHA, VVDH Security System Ceiling Fans Throughout VVith Additional Storage $875. 00/Monthly $875.00/Deposit (813) 210-4339 2 Homes For Rent Both 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Newly Redone Section 8 Welcome $1000.00 Per Month First In Property Management 813.943.3300 FOR RENT Section 8 OK 8719 N. Brooks Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block (813) 386-8045 1013 Eskimo Avenue 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block (813) 386-8075 2908 17th Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block (813) 386-8044 8307 N. Klondyke Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Block (813) 386-8075 2307 N. 54th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block (813) 386-8072 For Application Call 813-932-7944 -n c c... )> z $302/Monthlyl 3 Bedroom/2 Bath c:: )> 4 Bedroom/3 Bath Home For Rent Foreclosures! Fenced In Yard w 5% Down $800.00 Per Month N 15 Years @ 8% APR 0 0 Call (813) 453-0725 CD For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext R592 House For Rent Ready Now Sulphur Spring Area 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Cute 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Section 8 Orily Home 1213 12th Avenue 1004 E. River Cove Ave. Call (813) 621-7493 $650.00/Monthly Call 813-610-4518 Sulphur Spring Area 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath 1912 West Cherry Street Central Heat $ Air Large Remodeled 3/1 Many Extras Section 8 Ready 1421 E. Seward Front Porch, W/D Hookup $1,000.00/Monthly $1,075/Monthly Call 813-610-4518 -n r-$250/Deposit 0 :::a (813) 784-5076 Clair Mel Area c )> 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath en m 3007 44th Street New Carpet, Carport z :::::! 5 Bedrooms/1 Yz Bath WID Utility Room z m Central Heat/Air $850.00/Monthly r-I Washer/Dryer Hook-up $850.00/Deposit m c:: r-Tile Floors r-Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 623-9988 m -t z Call (813) 241-2341 Section 8 Housing ., c:: 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath m c 1410 27th Avenue CHA, New Kitchen en :::z::: 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths New Bath, Very Clean m c Newly Renovated Fenced Yard m < Ceramic Tile, CHA Call (813) 382-6470 m Ceiling Fans Or (813) 505-7724 -t Washer/Dryer Included c:: Large Yard $205/Monthly! m en $775.00/Monthly 4 Bedroom/2 Bath c (813) 505-1860 Foreclosures! )> 5% Down z c Progress Village 15 Years@ 8% APR -n :::a 5203 86th Street For Listings Call c 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath 800-366-9783 Ext R592 Central Air Carpet, WDH Section 8 Welcome 9754 Lewis Road $850.00/Monthly Thonotosassa $850. 00/Deposit 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Call (813) 677-9449 Central A/C Unit, WDH, Cell (813) 943-6804 Screened In Front Porch Phone Jacks, Utility House Section 8 Preferred Section 8 Welcame 8725 Calder Place 986-1438 Temple Terrace 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 5909 81st Drive Spacious, Very Nice Area Prog"'A.SJtillage Big Backyard, Fenced 3 Bedroom/1 Bath 1,400 Square Feet Large Yard Big Den, Eat-In Kitchen Near School/Shopping $1,300.00/Monthly $975. 00/Monthly $800. 00/Deposit Deposit Negotiable Cl m ..a. (813) 270-1188 (813) 231-2974 h

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