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' ........ Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area Other Factors amed In an's aser Deal SEE STORY ON PAGE 19-A JOB TRAINING A N D MENTORING INSTITUTE CELEBR A TES BLACK MEN To address the rising and disp a rat e u n employ men t rate among African-American men in particular, Seagra m s G i n has brought its landmark job traini ng and m entoring progra m The Pursuit of Excelle n ce In s t itute to T ampa The 4-week t r ai n ing sess ion is funded by Seagram' s Gin and administered by t h e Corporation to D evelop Communities of Tamp a (CDC of T a m pa ) The T ampa p arti c ipants are, front row, left t o right: Annand Overstreet, Allyn Raphael, Johnny Wright, Jr., Will Cobb, Ill and Marq ues Johnson. Back row, left to right: Aaron Dixon, Anthony Lane, Jamal Wash ington, Aaron Childs and Alfred Peter son. (Photograph by Sylveste r Harris Tre asure d Moments) Black History Edition SEE SECTION C Minister Seeks Top Baptist Position SEE PAGE 3-A Family Upset Over Suspect's Plea SEE PAGE 2-A Prom Set For Valentine's Day SEE PAGE 13-A

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CJ) 8 Features N <0 FamiiV 01 Murdered Woman Upset Bovtriend Didn't Confess a: m w LL. When Jennifer Johnson, 31, didn't show -up for her daughter's court for an arraignment hearing Tuesday and entered a plea of 'not g uil ty.' a birthday party on a: November 15, 2008, her LL. family got concern ed and Rachel Johnson, Jennifer's s ister, said a ll they wanted Brown to do was confess. c a: LL. 0 z a: w > w c w J: en :::i m ::: ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::: m I ...J w z i= z w en o a Ffflh Thr d die
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Features 'TI :xr 6 Minister Seeks Head 01 National Baptist Convention USA Post Main Street Business Group Meets With Citv Representatives 'TI m m l'l c )> :::c -< Q) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor I a m full y re.pentant. I have sought forgiveness of the Lord and I have sought forgiveness of my brothers and sisters throughout America on a daily basis. I am totally repentant and totally transparent. I don't need anyone to tell my story, I tell my owri story," Dr. Henry Lyons, Senior Pastor of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church said during a telephone interview Dr. Lyons said having completed all requirements of his probation he is free in every way to move forward with his life, And, that includes seeking election to the office of President of the National Baptist Convention, USA. Having met the requirements to qualify for the position, Dr. Lyons has been certified by the Board of Directors or the organization. He is competing for the position against one other candidate. The election will be held -in September 2009 in Memphis, Tennessee. Rev. William J. Shaw is the outgoing president. When asked why he is seeking this position, Dr. Lyons who was elected as the President of the General Baptist Convention of Florida in 2007, said, I am running out of a deep sense of s piri tual purpose I have sim ply not been able to find the re s t I sought for the pa s t 7 year s. The burden of l eadership does not give r elief. DR. HENRY LYONS .. Seeks former role as President of National Baptist Convention, USA I have spent the last 7 years in prayer, asking God to release me and I have not been given that release. Therefore, I feel that God wants me to do this." Dr. Lyons was elected president of the National Baptist Convention USA in 1994 and served in that capacity until 1998, when he was arrested on charges of racketeering and grand theft as well as federal charges. Dr. Lyons resigned from the position in the spring of 1999 and wa s sentenced to prison that same year. He wa r e leased from prison in November 2003 and placed on probation Dr. Lyons wa hire d a the religiou leade r of New Salem Missionary Bapti t Church after hi s release from pri s on a nd ay t h e congregation ha grown to mor e than 6 00 m e mb r He pl a n s to continu serving as p a tor o f t h Harlem Academv Meeting Hi s toric Harle m Academy M eeting will b e h eld und ay, February 8, 2009, at 1002 LaSall St. 5 6 p m Bu in 'SS of vital importance. P lease plan to attend. All a r e w e lcorn Highland Pines News The Highland Pines Community Tas k Forc e m eting will be held Thursday, February 12, 2009 6 : 30 p m The rim Watch meeting starts at 7 p m This is your community and only you can make the differ ence!! We'r e looking forward to seeing you on F e b 12th Betty J. Bell, coordinato r church as he campaigns for the role, which he like n s to campaigning for the presi denc y of the United States. "It i s a hard job, tedious, and extremely demanding on your time, creativity, and phys ically The travel is endless because you have to campaign in every single state and win in eve r y singl e state." At the age of 67, Dr. Lyons said he i s in excel lent h a lth, h e does not take any prescribe d m dication, and h e is r eady for the tas k at hand. Of those who continue to bring up his past, Dr. Lyons said, I am grateful I can be heard and restored across America by both Blacks and Whites. I meet a lot of people who are willing to show kindness and I met a lot of the naysayers who always bring up the past. I cannot wallow in the past, nor will I live in the past while they rub it in my nose. I must move on with my life On Tuesday at the City AdministratiOn Building, three men representing the Main Street Business Group met with representatives from TECO, V e rizon, and various city department heads. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss what can be done to improve .Main Street and attract new busi nesses to toe area. Th e three men from West Tampa at the meeting were Marvin Knight, Frank Griffin, and Dwight Bolden. Marvin Knight, who is a property owner in West Tampa, as well as a former resident, said there are issues and challenges in West Tampa and on Main Street specifically. "With the right people in place, there's no reason the area can't return to respectability." Knight said he left the meeting with a lot of optimism and TECO and Verizon agreed to share their resources to help in any way they can MARVIN KNIGHT "All we need to do now is come up with a good plan of N 0 0 <0 action," said Knight. 'TI "I'm willing to listen to r any ideas that can help return Main Street to its -days of glory. I want Main g Street to be a great place for the people of West Tampa z and for visitors." -4 Knight said he and other business and property own-r;ers in West Tampa will rally behind any group r that's doing great things for West Tampa -4 Reporter Leon B. Crews Z can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at m lcrews@flsentinel.com. :::J: m c m < m l'l < -4 c m CJ) c )> z c 'TI c (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200

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en Editoriat s & Cohimns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 . Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Time lnternation a l POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulleiln, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Pai d At Tampa, FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS. PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES. EDITOR 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 Ed1l1ons. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of th1s newspaper by Columnists or Guost Wuters. do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or tho Publisher Celebrating Black Historv While we celebrate the election of America's first Black President, Barack Obama, and the appointment of America's first Black Attorney General, Eric Holder, let us remind ourselves that we need to he looking forever forward. So, as we begin our celebration of Black History M;1nth by honoring our heroes and "sheroes" from the past, let us continue to build on our rich legacy hy seizing the opportunity to teach, instill and inspire in our children the attributes that have helped famous Black Americans to achieve success. Indeed, we would have wasted too much time and valuable human potential, if we do not embrace our children and encourage them to succeed in school, and in life, as did Barack Obama and all of the Black Americans we will celebrate during the month of February. Yes, we are further along than yesterday. But we're not yet, at the top of the mountain. Our children must claim the will to excel in the classrooms. as well as on tht football fields, basketball courts and baseball diamonds. They must strive to be like Paul Robeson. who was a football staT". stage and screen celebrity and Rhodes Scholar. Indeed, our young men must commit to preparing for a life, which includes college or a technical training school. as did Booker T. Washington, instead of doing timt-in .inils and prisons. Our young wom\'n mttq reluba, tO wlilch he hlonled. : . . . . ... lif .. tl{e : &tory. Each cirlld teamed a lesson. :. Cf tatr; r lay;1But What If been your cblld?' : ''tllell? ... , .. f::..:.: I ;< :, y , 1 '-\ In Celebration 01 Black Historv The contributions African Americans made to the country elates hack to slavery. But, no one realized the value of those contributions until Dr. Carter G. Woodson created the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History in 1915. In 1916, he founded the "Journal of Negro History." The purpose of the organization was to chronicle those contributions and preserve the information for future generations. Dr. Woodson selected the second \\'eek in February as Negro History Week in 1926, becausL' it was the week between the birthdays of President Abraham Lincoln and acti,ist C ;111 y ou imagine thl' t error th
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'And This vear's SAWB Award Goes To .. : If you look around, every body is getting an award, these days! Emmys, Oscars, you name it and someone' s getting it. So I thought I'd come up with an award to give somebody. In truth, the award that I'd like to present isn t actually my idea It's the former U N. Ambassador Andy Young's idea. Well, it isn't r eally his idea but it was born from a statement Andy made, mor e than twent y years ago when he remarked that former Democratic presidential candidate Walter Mondale's campaign was being run by a bunch of "smart-ass white boys who think they know it all!" Well that started it! From Andy Young's immortal words, I got the idea to come up with the world's first "SAWB" awards, taken direct ly from the comment the words represent. So, are you ready? Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls, may I introto you, this year's "SAWB award recipient! And the winner IS ... HOUSE REPUBLICANS OF THE FLORIDA STATE LE GISLATURE FOR THEIR AWARD WINNING RELUC TANCE TO ACCEPT THE SEMINOLE TRIBE OF FLORIDA'S PROMISE TO CREATE 45,000 JOBS, DELIVER BILLIONS IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND FORK OVER CHECK TO THE PEOPLE OF FLORIDA FOR NO LESS THAN $288 MILLION IN NEW REVENUE TO BE SPENT, NEXT YEAR! House Republicans, COME ON UP HERE AND GET YOUR "SAWB!" "YAAAAAAY!!! Clap-clapclap!" Not so fast, say the good Republicans! "There's a rat in this wampum!" Advises Rep. Bill Galvano, acting of the House Select Committee on Seminole Indian Compact Review (and who might well be a Republican himself), "I believe this is a new negoti a tion ... We have to view what is presented as an offer." A WHAT? SO, WHAT'S WRONG WITH AN OFFER THAT COULD PUT THREE THOUSAND KIDS THROUGH SCHOOL? State Supreme Court jus tice s say everything is wrong with it, which is why they struck down the "SweetHeart" deal betw ecn Gov. Crist and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. The problem is clear, explains the court If the State accepts Seminoles' money, then it also has to accept the Seminoles proposal that only THEY can bring blackjack and other casino games to the dark heart of casino-hungry Florida . No Competition ... Winner Takes A11! And for thos. e marbles, State Republicans vow the Sons of Billy Bowlegs must pay more ... A LOT MORE! How much more? Try mor e than $100 million per yea r or more than $500 million in the future, which is what Seminole representatives have be e n promising. GREED? Well ma y be. But that s what the SAWB award is all about! Greedy! Greasy! It' s b etter than a spaghetti Western! So, the Sole Man Institut e of Foolish Rascals is proud to present this year's SA WB award to the Florida State Legislature House Republicans and their friends, the conservative members of the State Supreme Court, for reminding the world that, unless they're playing foot ball, Seminole Indians are not to be trusted, even when they bring gifts of over a half a-bil lion dollars! By the way, nominations are open for next year's SAWS-recipient. Who knows? IT COULD BE YOU! (Women arid minorities are also wel come.) --------------------------'., ' l y. ' , ,; J l l ,..,. ;-:v ' ' J "The Voice of Community Speaking for ltse(f'' (813) 248-1921 Black Unitv leads To Black Power As a race of people, African Americans must support a stim ulus package We must demand that a portion of that money be used to stimulate the eco nomic survival and growth of our race. We need to become political like never before in our lives Politics controls every aspect of life in America, and to a large extent, determin es your s tatu s in life. But, just as important, African American people need to b eco me unified as a race of people and provide for ourselves. We have every right to expect some help from President Barack Obama and his administration. But we cannot just remain a race of individuals content to sit back and depend on government and others to take care of us What we, as a race of people must do is pool our resources and become uni fied in order to improve our station in life Black unity unquestionably will lead to Black power. I am talking 0 ur history has taugm us th\\t our .16t President, Abra-ham Lincoln, signed an Executive Order called the Emancipation Proclamation. The intent of the document was to abolish slavery in the Confederate States Today, we have a better understanding of exactly what President Lineoln was seeking. His primary interest was not the abolishing of slavery, but to unite the union. If abolishing slav ery was a way of getting that done, then so be it In today's society, many people think a slave is what they've seen depicted on television or in some books. Since very few of us have ever known or talked to a slave, we really don't know what a slave is. Depending on your percep tion, a person forced to liv e in conditions not of his or her choosing and forced to perform acts of labor, ani-about Black power that will allow us to do so many things for ourselves. By unifying our resources, we can op 'en up businesses. We can create jobs that pay a livable wage. We can provide affordable housing. We cam reduce crime in our neighborhoods. We can bring about physical and social improvement in our neigh borhoods and we can gener a t e a more wholeso me legacy for our children Instead of trying to tear down each other, we need to encourage and build each other up When we call each other brothers and sisters, we must mean it and treat each other like they are really our brothers and sisters. We must come to realize that no African American can truly be all right, unless every African American has the opportunity to be all right. As big as Tampa and the Tampa Bay area is, we do not own a single financial institution. We must depend on some other race to save our money or to lend us money. To make matters worse, Whars A Slaveil mals were delegated to per form with the threat of death is a slave. Today, some people may feel like slaves in their place of employment, but the dif ference is today, you have a choice Some may say slaves also had a choice, but the alterna tive was not something desirable. Families were being tor-n apart with the father being sent to one plantation, the mother to another, and the children spread out all over the south. The ultimate disrespect to any person is to make them feel inferior. That takes con ditioning of the mind, spirit, and body. Once )K>U've succeeded in making a person feel inferior, you can control that person and get them to dowhatever you want, as long as they understand what the alternatives are. It has tak e n hundreds of yea rs to erase that feeling of inferiority by Africam there are no-plans in the near or distant future to change this. We need to stop making excuses ana start making progress. Excuses serve absolutely no purpose at all. Your friends don't need am excuse and your enemy won't believe them anyway. Whether we want to admit it or not, we have spent far too much time making excuses and looking for something for nothing. No one can deny that African Americans have been the victims.of racism, segre gation, denied opportunities, subjected to police brutality, "T1 blind justice, sub-standard b education, racial profiling :!:! and just about any other road c block to social and economic > progress But, we must move beyond these things and let z them be neither a crutch or a hindrance Z m We need to put aside our differences, recognize the a:1 worth of every Africam C American and unify in the J= name of Black power, Blacj !!I economics and Black z progress. -a c a:l r-c;; % m c m < m :%J < c m _en c > z Americans, but it will take C even longer to erase the per-:;J ception. Many still perceive 6 African Americans as inferior people and not capable of thought or acts. The worst kind of slavery is mental. Once you gain con trol of someone and can get them to do what you want with little reward, you've won. Today, that's what we see when we see loiterers and people dependent on government assistance to live When you can pacify a people into accepting less than what they deserve, not only have you convinced them they are still slaves, but you've also managed to convince them without them realizing they are slaves. So, to answer the question what's a slave, jttst look around yo u and draw your own conclusions. You will begin to see ex actly v.rhat the power of suggestion and ({1 pacitlcation cnn accomplish. )>

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0 0 N CD >-::J et:: co UJ u. c 0::: u. >c ii: u. c >c en. w >et:: w c w :I: en :i CD :J tl. z i= w _J _J ::J IIl I _J w z "i= z w C/) c:x: Cl cr: 0 _J u.. Page SIX She savs He's Just A Friend When was 19, remember meeting a young woman who I thought was the an:.wer to my prayers. I was fresh off ending a long term relationship and she seemed to be the remedy I needed to lift my spirits. We started dating and it wasn't long before she introdut.'Cd me to a guy she identified as her best ftiend She went on to assure me that she had no romantic interest in h.im and neither was he interested in her. At least, that's what she said Four months later though, she was pregnant. And apparently, some form of incest occurred. Because the "best friend" who was like a "brother" was the baby's father. At the time, I was devastated Not only could I not believe that I'd been crossed by somoone who earned my complete tru:.'t, but I was upset with myself for not recognizing the game at play. In the vears since, I've often reflected on that incident. Not with anger, but with gratitude. I am thankful for the expelience. Because it taught me three valuable life lessons: 1. Women can be just as deceitful and underhanded as men. 2. Always get a paternity test 3. And never, ever trust any male around your woman whose name is not on her bi11h certificate or who didn't exit the same womb. Being that I'm familiar with both sides of the equation (the clueless boyfliend and the friend with benefits), I have come to the conclusion that unless a man is a flaming homosexual, there is no way he can be in a close, personal relationship with any woman without at least entertaining the thought of sleeping with her. Wh e n yo u think a b o ut h ow a man a nd wo man arrive t o th e point o f b eco min g clo se friends, e ith e r throug h a fail e d attempt at b e in g a c o upl e or b y th e e xist e nc e of a ph ys ical attra cti o n b y one or both parties involved. It shouldn't be much of a stretch imagmmg them taking it to another level. The dude your girlfriend or wife was best f1iends with before you met, the one you cOntinue to allow her to communicate with, there's a good chance his hand has been inside your cookie jar. A woman will read this and deny that the man she describes as a "play cousin" is anything more than a trusted mnfidant. When she does, ask her this question: If she goes to his house wearing nothing but a trench coat, when she takes it off, how long does she think it will take him to forget all about her little sister acft Comedian Martin Lawrence said it best A platonic fiiend to a woman is nothing more than a penis on standby. He is an insurance policy she may never use. But she feels more than comf011able just having him around. Send comments to: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018, F. C. I. Bennettsville, P. 0. Box 52020, Bennettsville, S. C., 29512 or email cbarr2@oasisnovcls.com. GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATTORNE Y A T LAW NURSING HOME NE G L ECT OR M EOI AL MALPRA l E All ERI U I NJURLE (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 . . . WWW.GIBBSANDPARNELL.COM OUR FIRM I S RATE D "Av" BY MARTINDALE HUBB ELL, TH E HI H E T RATING FOR LEGALABlLITY AND ETHI AL TANDARD, W ORLDWIDE lffl' illj; I J 4 I.,'mdff,m .tfhtJtll o ,,. Quo/ij irutitms I uri ,.: 1Jtrrftt n 'C!, 'First Fridav' Will Consist Of Praver, Praises Rev. Lama Hal'l'is and a group of Christians will he hosting a prayer and praise session in the Community Room at Mary McLeod Bethune Hi-Rise, 1515 Union St. (West Tampa). Beginning Fri., Feb, (,th at 7 p. m., this event has something to offer the community. According to Rev. Harris, this event will take place the first Friday of each month for the l"elOt of 2009 in the Hi-Rise. . .1 know that God hears bankers' as well as beggars' prayers... Prayer sincere, thankful, faithful prayer never goes out of style. BANKRUPTCY .I ust like the sun, air, water, light, darkness, heat, cold, and energy, all of these things arc from the days of old, hut hy no means old fashioned and neither is prayer," she explained. Rev. Harris further stated that since God is no respecter of person, she encourages pastors, preachers, singers, dancers, saints and sinners to join the group. "All ages are welcome, all socio-economic groups have a place in this life changing forum," she stated. "Never underestimate ti1c pmycr of prayer!" ........ .... a-c. ..... ...,., .. REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Adoption (813) 387-7724 Immigration Civil I Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Wills Call Us. We Can Help F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N Armenia Avenue Tampa FL 33609 The hiring o a lawyer i s an important decision that should nol be baSed so adveltiSame;lts Before you decide, ask us t o send you FREE written Information about our quaJoticabons and expeoe ce! LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Def ense Family Law & P e r Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Rwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hillsborough ounty Prose c utor Deputy hief

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Politics LESLEY 'LES' .lYllLI.,ER Former State Senator Lesley "Les" "illei' :iJ,d tn nm tur i iiil,;ht>rtJUg!l .:'mint, . :'.lilltr's ntn i:ltll c!w !\!Cl' \\'ii] :Si\e vili!.l'llS tlt District 3 <'ln(l County a candidate whos.: long history of public scnicc makes him a forrnidahlL upponenL Miller's track l't!l:Ord in gon:rnment has pro,ided proven leadership to his con stituents' in the legislahiie fui over 14 ycars,aml his work in the district; coiuity and the state have served as prepara tion for representing District 3-Miller says, "The citizens of District 3 and Hillsborough County deserve credible rep.-and' a &>minissioner .whu, has ; are facing in govn;lt'ionally and Our Count ) ; is iacing tough economic times and with and federal dollars dwindling, District 3 deserves a Commissioner'who knows government funding and can fully focus on the task at hand. Hillsborough County needs effective and honorable leadership they can trust. A veteran who served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War era, Miller is no stranger to ser vice. He was first elected to of In .1992. Dur:rng h{S"Jenure 111 the House, Mttfer served as the Democr\'t{c. Ce.ader from 1998-2000 and was widely respected amongst his peers for hi s'ability to work in a bipartisav manner. In 2ooo, faced with term limits House, Miller ran for the Florida Senate representing District 18 and won As a State Senator his colleagl!es again recognized his leadership abilities and elected him as the Democratic Le .ader in the Senate from 2004-2006. Miller's aim-is to restore people's faith in their elected officiills by staying tme to his personal belief in the value of hard work. District 3 is currently rep resented by Kevin White. ., .. Create a strong foundation with solid savings solutions. The more you save, the stronger you get. And it's easier than ever with Get Started savingsSM, you automatiCally save each month and earn a bonus." And you don't a dime just to put money away. You can also pick from a variety of COs, money accounts, and IRAs. To learn more, call 877. 786 .111. 1, vi'sit : . ... \ : by a branch near you. .. ._:;:;' ', I '' .. SUNThust-Ltve Sottd. Baplt'Soltd." ., : ;"',. .. 0\. ,i .... .! :l ... .. \ \ ' It . ; .. i .. ; \ oet Stl!rtd Sl!vlng account pays a one-limo bonus after ?count has been opened for one year. : SunTruat Blink Mamber FDIC. C2009 Sun Trust Banks. Inc. Sun Trust Is a federally regl&tered service mark of Inc. Live Solid. Solid. is' a mark of SunTruat Blnks, Inc. ... -... .... ... . -.a.----... '------------------ "'"--, ... : ... ........... -........... ............ -. .... -..................... -------------------------------------., JJ 0 ., m OJ JJ c )> JJ -< 0') "' 0 0 c.o ., r 0 ::c 0 )> f/) m z :::t z m r-I aJ c rr. m :::t z "tt c aJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m :::D -< -t c m f/) 0 )> z c ., c

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en 0 0 N (0 > a: <( :::J a: m w u. 0 a: u. 0 a: u. 0 z < 0 t/) w :::J .... > a: w > w 0 w :I: 0 :::i m :::J Ill. z tu ..J ..J ;::) ID ..:. w z t= z w 0 a: 0 ..J u. Local Opinions. DiHer On Police OHicer's Actions In w. Tampa Housing Complexes BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer During last Thursday's City Council meeting, Bethune Hi-Rise resident, Laura Harris, addressed t h e Council in regards to a T ampa P olice Offi cer kno wn as Dusty Rhodes. Ms. Harris tol d Council members she had been told the officer had been reassigned from patrolling the North Boulevard Public Housing and Bethune HiRise Public Housing areas. This was after numerous complaints from residents that Rhodes was unprofessional in his treatment of residents and fam il y members who tried vis,iting rela tives in public housing Officer Dusty Rhodes has been the focus of complaints fro m residents i n North Boule vard Homes for more than a year. Residents have alleged he has harassed them and family members who've tried visiting. City Council Chairman Thomas Scott said h e had di-scover e d that Officer Rhodes hadn't b ee n reas signed. Council members the n passe d two motions in r egards to Officer Rhodes. The first mo t ion was for Counc il to forward to City Administration the request of Ms. Harris for a cop y of the complete r eport f r o m the Tampa Police Department regarding the duties and performances of Officer Dusty Rhodes. It was also agreed on that the administration be requested to a l so provid e a written report regarding Officer Rhodes being transferred to another area. That motion pas se d unani mously. A second motion that also passed unanimously was that Council be requested to send a letter to the Tampa Housing Authority requesting the creation of a policy to allow individuals ( sons or daughters) to transport fam ily members who are residents of public housing for medical reason s. T H.A. Executive Director, Jerome Ryans, said he personally hasn't gotten any JEROME RYANS T.H.A. Executive Director calls about Officer Rhodes. I don't know him and I'v e never met him. Most residents feel there aren't enough police in the area to deal with loiterers "We recently sent a letter to residents asking them to tell us first if there are problems with police officers or anyone else." Ryans said police have been supportive and have been there for them when they reque ted their pres ence. 42nd Annual Holy nvocation!-of The Jurisdiction Of Southwestern Florida Church Of God In Christ February 14, 16-22, 2009 "'All Things, All People All Godly Strategies n -I Corinth ians 9:19-22 Jurisdictional Headquarters : Brown Memoria l Church Of God In Christ 2313 E 27th Avenue Tam FL SCHEDULE OF SERVICES 111 Feb.14 P.M. Mus ical Featuring EVANGELIST KAREN CLARK-SHEARD Admission Is Free Monday, Feb ; 16 7:30P.M. Anointlng/OrdinatJon Servi Speaker: SUPERINTENDENT JESSE SMALLEY Tuesday,Feb.17 Tuesday Morning 10:00 A.M. Official Opening Conferene Topics The Silent Scream Of Depression Effective Evangelism Techniques Tuesday Night 7:30P.M. HIS GRACE, THE MOST REVEREND CHARLES E. BLAKE, SR Presiding Bishop, Church Of God In Christ, Inc 10:00 A.M. Conference Topics: The Church And The Lay Ministry Dealing W i th Conflict Wednesday Night 7:30P.M. BISHOP DARRELL HINES Chairman Of Men's Conference C.O.G l.C Thursday Feb. 19 Thursday Morning 10:00 A.M. Conferene Topics When Helping You Is Hurting Me Hermeneutics Of B i b lical Scriptures Thursday Night 7:30P.M. PASTOR MARVIN WINANS Perfecting Church Detroit Michigan Friday Morning 10 : 00 A.M. Speaker MOTHER DELORES DAVIS Friday Night 7 : 30 P.M. Women's Night Speaker MOTHER ALBERTA BAKER Jurisdictional Supervisor Saturday Night 7:30 P.M. AIM Night Speaker ELDER DONTAE JENKINS Sunday, Feb. 22 5:00 P.M. Official Day Founder's Day Brown Memorial Church Of God In Christ Official Mes sage: BISHOP MATIHEW WILLIAMS, Juri s di ctio n a l Prelate lAURA HARRIS Bethune Hi-Rise Resident Leader Charetha Parnell, Coordinator of the North Boulevard Homes Neighborhood Watch Association, said when they started, they had 69 people who expressed interest in what they were doing. "Out of over 600 units in North Boulevard Homes, only 69 expressed interest, Hnd at our last two meetings, only about 10 people have shown up." "As far as Officer Rhodes is concerned, I have heard residents complaining about him. But, as time passed, we found that the people complaining were wrong and violating housing policies Ms. Parnell said when the residents came to them with their complaints they investigated and have actually shadowed Officer Rhodes on several occasions to observe his interac tion with the residents. "Officer Rhodes has always been accommodating to us. We appreciate the work he's done in helping us create a q,uality place for everyone to live. We stand behind him 100 % We think he's just doing his job to the best of his abil ity." On Thursday, Ms. Harris addressed the Council again this time saying some of the complaints she's heard from residents may not be factual, but they still warrant being looked into. Councilwoman Mary Mulhern suggested they get the report from the City Administration to see what action is being taken on the complaints a gainst Officer Rhodes. "I also think we need to put a date on the request, and I will make a motion that we get a response back in 30 days." City Attorney Chip Fletcher was asked by Councilwoman Gwen Miller to collect the information and personally return it to the Council. Council Chairman Thomas Scott said this has become an ongoing issue that they've been addressing for some time. "In a conversation I had with Jerome Ryans, he said residents were happy with the police presence in North Boulevard Homes. We just want to make sure this one officer is doing what he's supposed to do." Council members agreed unanimously on Councilwoman Mulhern's motion and also agreed to provide a copy of the report to Ms. Harris. TABERNACLE OF THE ENLIGHTENED CHURCH OF GOD 2725 N. Florida Avenue Tampa, FL (813) 223-4682

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Local ... Reverend Jeremiah Wriuht Visits f" . . I' .: .. The Reverend Jeremiah Wright, (right) was the guest evangelist recently at the Bible-Based Fell9wship Church of Temple Terrace. He was there to conduct a revival. Shown with Rev. Wright are Rev. Karen Pierce and Rev. Earl B. Mason, Pastor of Bible-Based. (Photograph by Julia Jackson) Tampa Man Wants To Share His Spiritual Message BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Raleigh Barris started writing 10 years ago. Although he ca'lls his writings poetry and considers himseU L a he also-con siders liimself a Barris sa,id Civil Rights issues and other outstanding politician poets triggered his .. interest in expressing hhnself through his religious and culturally oriented material. "My inspiration come s from the day-to-day sacri fices mothers make, and the others who work hard to make sure Black people stay motivated Walking in Christ is all the inspiration anyone needs." Harris, who has appeare d on Cable Channel Channe l 36 with Cherylene Levy and at area church es, f ee ls s pirituality is missing from the of so many peopl e, and he has been chosen to deliver the message of spiri tuality. "I d9 a lot of reading, research, and studying of past Civil Rights heroes. In my research, I've discov ered our history hasn't been told completely "Right now, we're getting it the way others want us to have it. We have to take the lead and find out for our t selves what our history says. God gave me an open mind to pursue that endeavor Harris said sharing his own personal expressions is important He feels a better RALEIGH HARRIS understanding can be made between people if they understand other. "I believe self motivation is the key. I'm trying to invoke a need for God to all of humanity. It's sorely missing and we need that back "The reason Black people have strayed off course is our goals have change We don't believe God is in our lives and is our leader, and there's something missing. I believe the old values mean as much today as they did decades ago. We've just changed our priorities." Barris wants to create awareness to get people back to where they to be. -Raleigh Barris is a member of New Life Tabernacle Apo1Jtolic Church, Daniel Davey, Pastor. Pastor/Found.,.(Teacher '."APOSTLE OTHA B.LOCKETT 4eoaa4tt1 8treet -Tampa, FL Church School 9:45 A.M. .. h .Ser:VIce, sund'y 11 A.M. ., .Wed, :7:30 A.M. EmaU to: soterlaprofesslof'!&lservices@yahoo.com . Fax request to: (81.3) 374-0252 . Visit our website at: www.soterlaprofadmin.com For more information call (813) 285-0315 or (813) 374-0200 Family Enrichment Center, Inc. : Grand_parents Assistant Program Saturday February 15, 2009 s.s ... College Hill Conferente Center 1002 MLK Blvd. (813) 232-9659 $5 APPRECIATION WEEK FOR OUR PASTOR Dear Faith Partners, Praise God; You are cordially invited to join us on FEBRUARY 4)6 71tru JS" to eele!Jrate a wtek of APPRECIATION, for our Pastor Service wiU begin at B:oo p.m. Nightfv speciiJl guest speakers. Don't mist tJu. adtint1 wed qf ( hn !'.J:-tPr:-I heme. At The Apostle s Feet .\Lt:-. --t .":' Mea., Feb 9.2019 I P.M. BISHOP J. PASCO A Comanmity Church OfOidlmar. FL Tea.,Peb.ll,lOif I P.M. PASroRD. STRDTIR .KiD&dam P. MiDiltry 'hmpi,FL "T1 m aJ :a c )> Jn "T1 6 c )> en. m z -t z mr-C I'"" -m -f z ., c m c en m c m < m :a < -t c m en 0 )> z c ., :a c C') m CD I ):.

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0) 0 0 N cD > a: w c w ::z::: tn :::i m :::: a. z ..J ..J :::: m ..:. w z i= z w tn t3 a: 0 ..J LL FBCWT SISTERHOOD PRESENTS Opening Address: Sis. Barbara F. Wright. President of the Senior Women Ministry Progressive Missionary & Educational Baptist State Convention of Florida, Inc. Sis. Jacqueline Harper Sisterhood Ministry, President Please call251-6989 for more Information First Baptist Church of West Tampa, Inc. 1302 N W i llow Ave., 33607 Rev. Rayford Harper, Pastor/Teacher Bishop Matthew Williams & Jurisdiction Of Southwestern Florida Music Department Presents AN EVENING WITH THE GREAT EVANGELIST KAREN CLARK-SHEARD HOlY CONVOCADON 2009 Brown Memorial Church Of God In Christ 2313 E. 27th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-5690 Eleklra Come Get Your Praise On, : Feel The Power Of The Holy Ghost Through Songlll DEACON BENNE SMITH, JURISOICT10N MINISTER OF MUSIC BISHOP MATnEW WIUJAMS, JURISOICTlONAL PRa.ATE For More Information Contact; Deacon Bemle SmHh At 813-241-9484 Black Diamond Awards Ballot 2008-2009 Presented by The Mount Pleasfl!lt Family -Date of.event: March 7, 2009 at 5:30p.m Write.,. Alrlc:an A!Mrtc.n eandlclatll'a name in each categoly AI candidates must &ve in the boundaries of HillsbofOugh County. -DEADUNE for aubmitlfng Ballot: FmJ.y, February 13, 2009 Educator ofthe Year Award Religious leader of the Year Buainesa of the Year AwNd Elected Official of the Year Award Amateur Athlete of the Year Award Civic OrganizaUon of the Year A )Nard Student of the Yellf Award Humanitarian of the Year Award Law Otnclal Vellf Award C1!4en of the Year Award Community ACtllillt of the Year Awllfd Untung Hero of the Year Award to:.MI. Pleasant f.amily-PO Box 4729-Tampa, FL 33675 Ytlllf II tlnd ; ' Vote oallne ati I Local Independent Black Chamber 01 Commerce Seeks Members BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer With the economy practi cally wrecking small busi nesses all over the country, a group of :people felt this was the perfect opportunity to unite all the Black business owners under one umbrella, the Independent Black Chamber Of Commerce Business owner Candy Lowe, who founded the organization, shared a vision she had with Jarvis El-Amin, a security specialist. We sat and talked about the need for all of the Black-owned businesses to unite to help each other stay alive. We also talked about organizing bu siness people to become the engine that drives econom ic empowerment in the African American community. The mission of the Chamber is to "serve as the flagship for Black business owners interested in capitalizing on the synergy created when their goods and services are collectively and. effectively marketed to the greater community in Hillsborough County. El-Amin said what makes this-organization different from others is they have a clear mission and plan as to what they're going to do and what they want. "We'll have activities geared to benefit the members to help their business-CANDY LOWE es grow. It's imperative that all Chamber members do business with each other." "We also want to create a directory of the businesses that are a part of the Chamber. Our goal is to have 100 new African American businesses or members by February 19th On Thursday, February 19th, the Chamber will host the official launching of the Independent Black Chamber of Commerce at the Good Luck Cafe, 1910 East 7th Avenue in Ybor City. The event will begin at 6:30p.m. El-Amin said they are just getting underway, and there are a lot of things that still need to be in place, but they will be ready to go by the 19th and they want to extend their hand to help all. "We'll be advocating minority contracts from JARVIS EL-AMIN city, county and state governments, and make sure the certification process is done. That's part of the benefit package for being a member." "We will also have coffee meetings, networking and a Black business empowerment briefing. In June, we want to host a Black Business Expo." The Independent Black Chamber of Commerce's board consists of: Candy Lowe, Executive Director/President; Jarvis El-. Amin, Vice President; Connie Melton, Treasurer; David Winston, Photographer, Edward_ C. Aikens, Historian; Angela Brewton, Marketing Chairperson; Henry Bell, Parliamentarian; Michelle B. Patty, Chaplain; Jason Mims, Education Chairman, and Hakeem Ali, IT Chairman. For more information, call (813) 531-4222. .: SentlneiBulletin "The V
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Birthday Greetings I Happy sweet16 ROKERRIA WILLIAMS A very special birthday blessing i s being sent to our sweet 16, RoKerria. We _EJ.re so proud of you. Keep God first and you'll shine like the star you are. Happy birthday. Love, Robert, Brenell and Rakhia. ROKERRIA And RAKlllA. ROKERRIA And RAKHIA Sister, you're so special, you really know me well. If I'm not happy, you can always tell. You 're always there beside me in everything I do To me you are more than just my sister, you are my best friend, too! Love, Khia. JAMES TAYLOR Happy birthday Big Daddy. May you have many more Loved by the best. KERIA,NOOK And SHAWN Best birthday wishes go out to Ms. Keria and Ms. Nook, a. k .a., Ms. Streater. May yo u two continue to grow as the young ladi es you are. Lov e, Candis. DONNELL And DONNEYSHA WlLLIAMS I Know You're Older, But Just Stay My Little Girl! Roses a r e red, vio lets a r e blue, you got me and I got you1 T winkle, twinkl e littl e star, call on daddy, I won t b e far! This o ld man, he played one, I love each year for February 3rd to come. Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, I got to keep working because you love the mall ($). E e nie, m ee ni e min ey, m oe, God let u s celebrate e l eve n year s with many more to go. Jack and Jill went up t h e hill to fetch a pail of water. I know it's odd coming from dad, but I'm h o n ored to have you ns my daughter! NAACP Binhdav Partv Planned A birthday party will be h eld for the NAACP as part of its national C entennial Celebration. The event will take place on M onday, February 9th, at the Hip Hop Soda Shop, beginning at 5 p.m. The birthday party will be combined with Happy Hour and residents of the community are encouraged to stop by. The evening inCludes a short program and D J. services provided by Tommy "Smiling" Robinson. In The Spotlight This week we bring you a more mature look as our Spotlight feature the lovely Niecy. Niecy is a Cancer and says her favorite performer is Rhianna. Niecy is very athletic and says her hobbies are playing football and singing. In the future, she wants to complete her studies in criminal justice. Niecy's philosophy of life is: "Too Blessed To Be Stressed." Although she already has a significant other, Niecy said the man in her life must be athletic, honest, respect ful and intelligent. Congratu.lations to this week's Spotlight feature Niecy. :c 0 'TI m m :c c: l> :c < 51' 1\) 0 0 CD r-0 :c c l> en m z ::::i z m r-1 m c: r rm -f z '1:1 c: m c en ::::1: m 0 m < m :c < -f c: m en 0 l> z 0 0

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en --0 o N 0 ('I) > a: <( :J z <( "") c a: LL c LL c z <( c CJ) w :J 1->a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :i aJ :J D.. z Iii ..J ..J :J aJ ..J w z i= z w CJ) < 9 0 ..J LL Local Plans To Improve Business Facades In East Tampa Topic Of PannershiP Meeting On Tuesday, February 10, 2009, the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership will meet at the Ragan Park, Community Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue, at 6:30p.m. Belmont Heights Estates Resident Leader, Billie Griffin, will welcome first time members to the meet ing Among the topics of dis cussion will be the results of a Needs Assessment performed by Dr. Maxine Holiness Pentecostal Church (Formerly Glorious Community) ELDER MICHAEL J. TOBY, Pastor MISSIONARY VANESSA TOBY 1601 E. Martin Luther King Blvd., Tampa, FL 33610 For More Information Contact Sister Carolyn Johnson, Hostess@ (813} 612-9245 Food Will Be Served After Program H.O.P .E. is a that I needed and it come right when my family needed II Things happen tor strange reasons It sqt i n the office tor a or so before I could get lt .. my brother buried h i s w ife .. l ost Tuesday and she was onl y -45 yeol'l o l d .. so the boo I:: is a heal er" Chris Parkman. C leveland Ohi o finally a has been writ1en fhot does not deal with death o n a theoretic or philosophical level but from the heart of those who have endured the pain. suffering and recovery from dealing w ith the loss of a loved one. Who con better re late t o the stages that we pass through. then someone who has dealt w ith death up c l ose and personal. The stories ore true and the peopl e ore real. Touching. heartwarming and I nspiring ore the words that not onl y describe t h e called H O P E built leaves the reader w it h hope fo r a new beginning and on understanding of tomorrow. You tru l y con not afford to judge a by Its cover. Outs1ondlng job and well worth reading by young and old alll::e Betty J Gilmore. Fort lauderdal e Fl "I read your and I personally want to tell you that you hove fitted my spirits Valerie Sparks M ichigan "People have read the book many limes In the office. They have even ordered the book-to give to other people ... ." Gail Sadler-West Coast Family Practice-Tampa. Fl H.O.P.E. by Lynn Tolliver. Jr./David P ayton ORDER TOLL FREE @ 1 -888-232-4444 or lo on l ine www .trafford.com IS STILL OPEN!! (813) 248 WALK-INS BOOTH SPACE AVAILABLE For Profess-ional Beautician I Hairstylists Inquire by phone or email: 813-248-3737 or 813-390-1514 or 813-.247-2801 stjministries@aol.com EVANGELINE BEST ETCRP Chairperson Woodside and Dr. Richard Briscoe. Shannon Edge, City of Tampa's Director of Community Services and also a Community Neighborhood Liaison, will talk about the role of the neighborhood associations and their responsibilities to their members. Also, the "2009 Paint Your Heart Out" campaign will be dis cussed. Partnership Chairperson, Evangeline Best, said their challenge will be to paint more homes this year BILLIE GRIFFIN Belmont Heights Estates Resident Leader than the 50 they did last year. "Edge will tell everyone the criteria for the campaign that will begin in June. Anyone who sees a house that needs to be painted in East Tampa, contact Shannon Edge (813-274-7835), or Ms. Best (813-2370601). Ernest Coney, Chairman of the Economic Development Sub-committee, will give reports on the Partnership's efforts to improve the facade of busi nesses in East Tampa. "Everything is in place to get this started, but there's always a process you have go through that slows things down," said Ms. Best. "It's important that the leaders of all the neighborhood associations attend this meeting, especially for the Needs Assessment dis cussion." The Neighborhood Associations are Grant Park Association, Southeast Association, College Hill Association, Florence Villa/Beasley/Oak Park Associations, Highland Pines, V. M. Ybor, Northeast Association, Rainbow Heights, Northview Hills, Eastern Heights, Ragan Heights, Barbara Hall, Peacekeepers, and Jackson Heights. Also the Belmont Heights Neighborhood Watch Phase I, II, III, and IV, C. Blythe Andrews Neighborhood Watch, Camden Ybor, East Ybor Historic Civic Association, Palmetto Beach, and 15th Street Association are invited. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, e-mailed at lcrews@jlsentinel. com. Republican OHicial Mav lose Position over Racial E-Mail Joke In another example of insensitivity, Florida Republican Chairman Jim Greer on Wednesday said longtime Hillsborough State Committeewoman, Carol Carter, may lose her posi tion because of a racial joke she forwarded in an e-mail. Greer reportedly said that although Carter has been a hard working loyal Republican for years, he has no tolerance for this kind of action, regardless of the circumstances or intent The e-mail reads: "How can 2,000,000 Blacks get into Washington, D .C. in 1 day in sub-zero temperatures when 200,000 couldn't get out of New Orleans in 85 degree temperatures with four days notice? An apology Carter sent after the e-mail reads: "I have been asked to send this apology for my earlier e mail. I am sorry that it was received in a negative man ner. I do hope that we are going to be allowed to keep our sense of humor." Carter went on to say she was sorry to learn that some of the people who found the e-mail offensive are not real team players. "There really was no rea son for this to go beyond those that I e-mailed (8 people)." Greer said he's done with these kind of inappropriate acts, and that he's at a loss for words. "I just came back from Washington, D.C. working to get our first African American e lected a chairman. I t o n e thi n g to have p r s o n expre s th ir though and humor It' a noth e r to ha a lead r CAROL CARTE R f h R publican Par t do thi rm j u t don with it. Hill borough ha b n a magnet for r acially c harged c ontroversies i n t h e R epublica n Part in recent m o n h s F orme r County Chairma n David Storck wa r ound! c riticized f o r f o r warding a n e-mai l lamen ti n g t h e m a n y Black s vot i n g earl i n t h e presi d e ntial e l ction and former stat p a r t f in a n ce chair m a n AI Austin, a polo gize d for forwarding a n e-mail o k r e f e rrin g to the a a i nati o n of President Obama. To Be Printed FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13th Deadline: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10th J.,J.), ,I, t I J f J J I I r I t t

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Local First Senior Prom For Grandparents Planned For Valentine's Dav BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Some members of the community will attend a Senior Prom on Saturday, February 14th at the College Hill Conference Center, 1002 E M L. King Jr., Blvd., from 5 p m to 8 p m The theme for the First Annual Senior Prom Is "2009 S enior P rom: Loving L ife." However this Senior Pro m i s n ot to b e confu sed with soc i a l e v e nts inv o l v ing teenagers. In f act, it i gear e d towards seniors, age 60 and above. The event i s b eing sponsored by the Grandparents Assistance Program, a component of the Family Enrichment Center. Robert Davis, Coordinator of the Grandparents Assistanc e Program said, "The dance is geared to bring jo y to the seniors, but to mainly revive their emotions which they have kept in check for so long . "This event will allow the Some of the g1andpa1ents show n in this photog r aph on the front row are: M Hankerson, Mary Farr, A. Jackson, M. Harris, C. Young, M. Wooten, G. Jeffe1 son, L. Shoe m ake, M. Creary and T Harris. Shown on the back row are: Robert Davis, Program Coordinator, B. Harvey, B. Feliciano, Richardson, F Acosta, L. Buie, L. Lawson, C Brown, M. Trombetta, Grandparents Assistance Program President, D. Graddy and M. McDaniel. "older" folk s to talk about their past experience s and for some to even to d e monstrate that they hav e nev e r lost their mov es. We are really just hoping that everyone participati n g will c om e out with a n o p e n mind of having a good time." w h o h ave assum ed the r o le of rai sing their grand c hildren. However, i t is o p e n to a n y enior c i t i ze n w ho would like to enjoy an eve nin g of mu i c a nd soc ial interaction. po s i tjon of caregiver for their grandchildren. Mrs. Dorothy Graddy, Pres id e n t of the organi zation said the reason she b ecame a caregiver for her grandchildren is because s h e wanted t o provide them with a s afe and stabl e home. "It is unfort unate that many African Am erican children do not hav e the needed family The purpo se of the dance is to provide a social outing for those grandparents E tabli h e d in 1992, t h e Grandparents Assistance Progra m wa c reated to provi d e vital service to grandparents who udden l y find themselves in the Club Creole Week Begins 8 15 Gospel Explosion wilh Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc 6 :00pm 12:00am MSC Oval Theater 22 PreK i c k OH, 100 Years ol NAACP W1 BE uee 12:oc,xTI. 2 .0CVffi ASC 2709 9 NAACP B DAY S .OOpm 8 :00pm Hip Hop Soda Shop 16 23 Afro Latino Identity with Black Graduale & Professional S ludenl Organization 7 :00pm 9 :00pm MSC 2709 Voices of Our History With Iota Phi Theta Fratarruty, Inc 200am MSC 2708 Careers i n Heallh Care wilh MPSS 10 7 :00pm9 :00pm MSC3707 17 Color: Racism in Black Cullure with Black Graduate P r o fessional S tudenl Organization 6 :00pm -8 :00pm MSC 2708 Suptrsli l lon 24 A l n tlht Way: Secular Movements lnAirlu wilh Ft thl\kot s 0 USF MSC 2709 CAB's OVIes on the Lawn 9 .00pm 1 .OOpm SC Oval Theater 11 Prayer Breakfast B 30am 10.00am sc 2708 K idney Failure & the African-American Communit y With Bta Graruate & ProfesSional Studeol Oryarlzation 7'00fxn' MSC 3707 18 The Spirit of Marcus Garvey with Caribbean Cultural Exchange 7 :00pm -11 :OOpm MSC 2708 25 Darwin Day Freetlln U F 1 :30am -1.00pm LK Plaza U n iversity LKture Series prestnts Nikki Giovanni MSC Oval Theater 19 Blacl< Faculty & Staff Luncheon I 2 :00pm 1 :00pm MSC 3711 Gentlemen Soiree with AN. G E .L.S. Inc. 7 :00pm I O :OOpm MSC 2100A Student luncheon 26 I 2 :00pm 2 :00pm MSC 270 7 20 27 14 S IFE R iverwalk Walking Tour 11,1h tudeols an Free Enterprise 10.00am Fort Brooke Pa World Ftstint ollht Nllions Students in Enteljlrise tO.OOam l)Jfl 111tyCarmnl)t Center support during traumatic parental hardships. Therefore, a large percen tage of Black children end up in foster care or family shelters. The program, established through the Family Enrichment Center, provides help to those grandparents and allo w s them to meet others who are in similar situations :xJ 0 m aJ :xJ c )> :xJ -< 0) N 0 0 z 0 :c c ...... (,.) I )>

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en Local Sports (.0 >.r: -::t ::::> 0:: ID LU u.. 0:: u.. A Tiger Turned Yellow Jacket needs the support of the. fncultv ; student bod y, part : n L::, the booste r dub. ; 1 nd alumni and the Blak e High School football t eam. This writer; f:lS a supporter of ll:oward W. Blake High to give Coach: llubbard a chance and tq I the Blake, High School f!iculty, the. booster dub; .the alumni to host a mee't :the coach .,. ;:: ; :, ,;' social. as an 'Is history about to repeat mode; il decent introductiorf for the ii&e!fl I tiqte ,: beinialld a heck of foot. to meetthe Yeilow Jackets when one.' \ ballCO!ich; He only ha(i one '', and their 'fans. Peo'pte losiilg at '; ask t,9. , Hubbard. .. J3lake lligh -.. Middleton.say that; Harry . CoacliHubbard's staff' Sch6otBoy; were:.tbiy' n1af,l' ,<< :HU:bba:r-d-'is. an exctHient at :Blake .;..,i1l feature so rite in The footbn.il coach. His coaching new tiU:e=s that will be able .. _. ability WaS never a t}tttS to help the ('O .fl<'h imple-CQach, Abratlam Brown. tion Opposing coaches ment the changes that-_li_t' All Coaeh Brown did was Coach Hubbard knows will be making t9 the Blake lead the Yellow to a his. football nrid he knows High school football pro-Stllte Championship. his players. They say. he gram. Today; will do well with a fresh Can Hubbard Bftfw. n is a: .loved and start High SchooL tum the program -at Blake rever.ed pg _rs9n in the land (2.9) coaches into a winner? There are '()f);he Yellow 'Jackets. This for the vacancy at more people betting that he principal, Blake. The number was can, than those betting--that : Jaclde:uayne$ tur.ne(i narrowed to and he Rell'ember the .back-the clock and hired finally to one. That one Tampa Bay Buccaneers "'exiMiddleton he!ld football be'ii1g Coach Harry Tony Dungy, but he : Hubbard. Coach won a Super Bowl with I Coach Hubbard was Hubbard was selected over another team. reiieved of-his coaching 28 other candidates. Everybody deserves a sec-0 at the e -nd of last What Coach Hubbard is ond chance and that 0:: u.. football season. Fr9m all going to need is a change includes Coach Harry 0 the PftQple l talked to, from the people of Yellow Hubbard. Let's give this CoachHu,bbard is a role. Jacketville. Hubbard fine man a second .chance. a (/) w ::::> I->-0:: LU > LU 0 LU :I: en ::J !D ::::> a. z 1-LU ...J ...J :::::> !D ...J LU z f= z LU en ry is about WTMP and 96 .1 FM, as well to rep,eat itself. ' . .. as a host of well known local The Good Luck Cafe > 1910 : and national DJi; . :: Eas't 7th Avenue ha:;; part-The Good Luck-Cafe has n e r e d with King Cobra to evolved frbm the Luck rur "l\f" bac k into mature. Cafe of old. it is. ari P ntl'l'tainrnt:'nt. entertainment complex. : The GLC Entertainment Brother and sister. team, complex has been remodeled Big Keith ahd W-anda of and now the upstairs is ... Rich open, If-YO\.! missed the duced King tq, the new Super Bowl parties that owner-s, Tim, Nat_aH.e i_ind included ''The Diamonds and Roosevelt. '. . P earls Celebrity Gala and. tliey shared with me the Super LX game day theirvisio-rl; alllcotddthh1k experiet:tc_e, you now have a.. was this is exactly second chance to capture the ambiance of the "FridaYa pl _a<,-e w!)ere Night Mix." . cari go to -party without' naY-The "Friday Night Mix" is ing to a mix of all our favorite leilce tlu!t has il;i party tunes under orie roof club : : :,::..' : On the first level; you can 1ftth. d r 2H>-os4a';(f6f".m.ri.r,.. re _ $ 0 . . .. -."" ....... < ,bl t'ea n -.. =. The Upper Level-Club. -is count beiQre . where the party really takes ,J- Reporter 'Leo1t :& -CI'J!ws off. You will be dazzled by can be reached at (/!13) the sounds o(Old School hip .248-0724, at hop, Top 40, dis=9, and funk lcrewS@flseOOueLcom . "CALL RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY fEilfGEJ:IDJl Or Ema i l : callrickywilliams@gma i l.c om Ava i lab l e 2 4 Hrs ./ Day FREE Consultation : !" .. --' ; _., . :1 I REVOKED Fo1 5 y ta as a Habmmi Tro}lc: o_,jt ml e r t H.T. O .) C.A.P.S. May be able to btlp yoaaet your drh er's llcease rei a stated wlthia l to J moaths, lastead ot years! For over 10 years C.A.P. S has helped people with suspended and revoked driver's : licenses gets reinstated so they can drive legally and without fear. C.A.P. S does this by workina with. you, D M V .. and the court'system to address prior financial responsibilities, judametus, D.W,L.S. convictions, and for .suspension. Call C.A.P.S. today to schedule for a consultation. I 813-2S0-0227 Paymtat plus-art avallablt ror thse wh qullfy. \ \ Do Not Drive hi Felr! Call Cltatloa A11btaat Proar SerVIces today for more Information

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MR. MARIONW. "MAD DOG" DANZEY Homegoing services for Mr. Marion W. Danzey, "Mac Dog," of 4928 S. 84th Street, who passed away, Wednesday, January 28, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 6, 2009, at 11 a. m., at The Holy Ghost Church of God PWHB, 3613 N. 23rd Street, Bishop Isaac Andrews, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Marion W. Danzey was born on January 22, 1939, in Tampa, to the late Cleveland and Bettie (Powell) Danzey. He enjoyed watching old movies and reading the National Geographic Magazine. Mr. Danzey was preceded in death by: his parents; brother, Charles Danzey; sisters, Viola Murray, Shirley Clemons and Louise Jones; and aunt, Carrie Wright. He leaves to cherish his memory: spouse, Verlene Hawkins; children, devote d daughter, Pamela Wright (Johnny), Michael Calhoun, Vetosa Danzey, Shelton Danzey, Pamela Dixon, Viceola Johnson, Henry Baker, Paul Johnson, Reginald Johnson, Valerie Reid, and Sharon Rodriguez; stepchildren, Angelia Hamilton and husband, Jerome, Kimberly, Rachel, Ft ankie and Anthony Reeds; grandchildre n Johnny, Jr. Michele Wright, Teja, Te'K eja and Te'Jay Brown, Tina, Andre, Adula, Traiyana, Rashaud, A lexia, Shaquana, Tomesha, S hawntae, Ebon y Keyanti and Evelio; s tep gtandchildren, Tashawna, Nyeisha, Teshirah, Jermeka, .Josha, Shaquiela, Keny, Kimberly M i c hael alidje, Marty, Cedric, Cedrica and Devon ; great grandchildren, Roge r s Ross, III, Tangelia, Dashawn, Cwen 'tun and Kayla; bt:othe ts, H enty Sanders and wife, D e lotes, and Eugene D a nzey and wife, Betty; nieces, Valorie Ga1ne1, Shenita Crum, Cherine West and Linda P. English; nephew, Michael Danzey; s pecial sister-in-law, Dorothy Danzey; special friends, Glenn Thomas, Lester Fuels, and Evelyn Outley; and a host of othet relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home from 4 7 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are a sked to meet at the church at 10:45 a m for the service. AlKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. ENNIS WILLIAMS Funeral services for Mr. Ennis Williams of 1618 East 31st Avenue, who passed away on Wednesday, January 28, 2009, will be held on Saturday morning, February 7, 2009, at 11 a. m. from the Life In Christ Community Church, 2103 East Osborne Avenue, with Pastor A. L. Randall, Dr. Nathan Wyatt, Pastor of Grace Ministries, officiating, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Williams, "Jit" and "Jitter Bug," as he was affectionately called and known was born on May 29, 1926, in Ft. Gaines, GA, the second child blessed to Dawsey and Arlean Neves Williams. He was educated in the public schools of Clay County, GA and was convert ed at an earl y age, whe r e h e was a membe r of the Piney Grove Baptis t Church in Ft. Gaines. He was married to the late. Charlierene Williams and to this union, 5 sons were born. Mr. Williams was preceded in death by: his wife, Charlierene; parents, Dawsey and Arlean Neves Williams; 3 sons, Andrew, Gregory and Michael Williams; his siblings, Bennie Williams, Johnny Ed Neve.'> and John Ncves-lle is stuvived hv: 2 sons, T c n v \Vi II i a 111 s :In d w i f e Rrel{da, and Anthony \Villiams: J.:l'andsons. bic Houston, Ronald and Donald Washington: .sistl'l", i\Jrs Alma Hollingct: :.! hrothers. Mt. Willie D Nens and wift Beverly, and J\lr Edmond Neves a -nd wife. Annie Lauta: 2 sistet.s-in-law, Mr.o;Faitbelle Williams and Mts. Willie Metrcl Davi.o;; a devoted niece, Margaret Williams O'Neal; and a host of othet nieces, nephews, cou.sin. s and f1iends. The viewing for Mr. Ennis Williams will b e h e l d on Friday, Feb1uary 7, 2009, from s-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd treet. The funera l cortege will leave from 1618 East 31st Avenue on Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. THERE WILL B E NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. "EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL I IOME" MRS. SARAH AGNES LAWRENCE ALLEN Homegoing services for Mrs. Sarah Agnes Lawrence Allen, will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace, 8718 N. 46th Street, Tampa, with Senior Pastor Earl B. Mason, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Sarah was born on March 12, 1946. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and she was a graduate of Middleton High School, class of 1964. Sarah received a degree in Business from Florida Metropolitan University. She was a former member of New Salem P .B. Church under the leadership of Pastor R. H. Howard for many years-She was preceded in death by: her father, Mr. John H. Lawrence, Sr.; her mother, Mrs. Clara Agnes Lawrence; her brother, John H. Lawrence, Jr. ; her sister, Betty Hickmon; and nephew, Elijah L. Simmons-She leaves loving memories with: her dedicated husband of 25 years, Mr. Roy Allen; daughters, Saron Marshall, Sherrillyne Fordoms (Gerard), and Seritu White; son, Leroy Blue, Jr. (Gloria); grandchildren, Curtis Blue (Kim), Sherrille Johnson; Sylvester Johnson, Donesha Andrews, Rashad Blue, Samone Blue, Sharnessa Blue, ,Jcrica Marshall Tyrell Blue, Anthony Blue and Javonte Martin; siblings, Cynthia Lawrence, Oscar Lawrence, Sr. (Loretta), Alvin Lawrence, Sr., Yvonne Simmons (Horace), and Gwendolyn Butts of S t Louis, MO; special in-laws, Hanna Allen, Ben Allen (Lois), Joe Allen (Angela), Henry Allen, o tis Hickmon and William Butts; special nieces, Dena Butts-Hardy (James), Denika Helms (Derrick) of Fairbanks, AK, Bettina Cobb (James), Odesha Hickmon, Felicia Coates (Walter), and Angela Lawrence; special nephews, Milo Cambridge, Jr., Alvin Lawrence, Jr., Horace Simmons, Jr. (Carla), and Oscar Lawrence, Jr.; special aunts, Patricia Powell and Nancy Wyche of Jacksonville; 7 great grandchildren; and a host of great nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. Visitation for Mrs. Sarah Agnes Lawrence Allen will be held Fridny evening from 6-8 p m at 1-1 1 1 1 "111 o n F u n e 1 n I Home, 500 2 N. 40th S tre ct, Tnmpa. F r i cnds n 1 uskcd to assemble al c hu1 c h a t nppr o ximntcly 12:45 p. m . John Hannon, Ill, LFD and ,James llnnnon, I .F D. A HARMON BUIUAL Homegoing services for MsSandra Davis, who passed away on Saturday, January 31, 2009, will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009, 2 p. m. at New Harmony M. B. Church, 5610 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Blvd., Tampa, with Rev. Dr. Aaron Munford, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Davis was born on March 19, 1966, in Cleveland, MS. Her family later relocated to Tampa, where she attended the schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Brandon High School. While attending high school, Ms. Davis developed a love for performing arts and culinary. After completing high school, she stayed in the culinary/baking field, and continued doing so for 25 years until her early demise. She was employed with the Target Corporation. She was preceded in death by: her father, Mr. Damon Davis, Jr.; and 1 son, Anthony Davis. Ms. Davis leaves to cherish her memories: a loving mother, Ms. Princella Powell; 2 children, LaKesha Davis and Avery Johnson; goddaughter, Makayla Washington; a devoted friend, Russell Porter; 5 sisters, Jackie Davis, Shirley Davis, Kathy Davis, Wanda Houston of Cleveland, MS, and Latasha Scott; 5 brothers, Damon Davis (Ellen), Tim Davis, Herbert Powell, Jr.. Dale Powell, and Frederick Scott; and a hos t of other relatives and friends, including, 34 nieces and nephews, 16 great nieces and nephews, 6 uncles, 10 aunts, and numerous cousins. Visitation for Ms. Sandra Davis will be held on this Friday evening, 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at appro:dmately 1:45 p. m. John Harmon, Ill, LFD and James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL ,,. f. MRS. TINA MARIE PRATT Homegoing services for Mrs. Tina Marie Pratt, who departed this life January 31, 2009, will be held Saturday, February 7, 2009, at u a. m. at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue, Tampa, 33610, with Apostle Mark Jones, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Tina Marie Pratt was a native of Tampa. She was employed with the Hillsborough County School System as a Physical Education School Teacher. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Luther Pratt; mother, Maggie Cole (Mark); her brothers, Handsome, Jerome and William Pittman; grandson, Donald Pratt; granddaughters, Phyllis Pratt; and grandparents, Jamie and Elliott Reeves. .., :::D 0 m m :::D c )> :::D -< 9 N 0 0 CD r-0 :!! 0 )> (J) m z She leaves to cherish her memory: a sister, Betty Cofield and family of New York; children, Norma Jean (Walter), Luther, Jr. (Ann), Judy (George) and Sherrill; grandchildren, Rhonda, Walter, Jr. (Aivinia), Adrian (Jerricka), Jane, Laverne (Benjamin), Tameka (Larry), Msgt. William (Jodie), Maurice (Nikki), Carlton (Shalonda), Sherry, Felicia, Luther, Jr., Edward, Lewis, Katrinia, Sonya, Lashon and Marvin (Eddra); a host of m < great grandchildren, great, m :::! z m r-1 m c r rm :::! z "'C c m r-u; :X: m 0 great grandchildren; special :II friends, Estella Green, -< Merylee Powell, Leroy and -f Bertha Green, Ann and Charles Jackson, Kyla, Daisy (J) Carter and Riverview 0 Terrace neighbors; a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. l> Visitation for Mrs. Pratt 5 will be held this Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N, 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends areasked to meet at the church on Saturday at 10:45 a. m John Harmon, Ill, LFD and James Harmon, LFD. A HARMON BURIAL Serving Hill borough And Pinal/a Counties For More Than 1 7 "Comfort To The Families We Serven

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Funerals/Memoriams l Ray I Williams ------MR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN WRIGHT, SR. Mr. Benjamin Franklin Wright, Sr. of 5142 Bernard Circle, passed away Saturday, January 31, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 7, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 4301 W Cypress Street, with -:Reverend Frank Watson, e officiating. Interment will fE follow in Rest Haven . Memorial Park Cemetery. C Mr. Wright was a native of Greensville, Florida, and a > resident of Tampa for 55 < years. He.was educated in c the public schools of tn Hillsborough .County and was a graduate of Ho.ward W. Hi&h Schoql, claas of 1968. . >.. Mr. Wrildat wu a member ffi of M. B. Church > and a United States Ill .Army Veterap,who served _cJU'ioiDj the VietJaaJD, War. H e 111 w.s emplo)'ed as a Meclumic -.:1: with Stevedore (or ; -t!! yeil!rs before dis-.. "'abJed.'" h . "' CD Mr. Wright was a man with a big heart who loved to cook z and no one was a stranger to -him. .,_ Mr. Wright was preceded in death by: his father, _, Benjamin Mutch; and his ;:) mother, Victoria Rayford '9 Wright. -' He leaves to cherish his W memory: five children, Benjamin F. Wright, Jr. of Tampa, Essence Reynolds of W Montrose, GA, Lisa Harris tn Walker and husband, Isaac C of Tampa, Centralia Coney of c GA, and Dionne i2 Hopps of Tampa; three 0 brothers, Napolean Wright, _, Norman L. Wript, Sr. and IL Alpheria L Wrip.t, Jr.; four asters, Ida Bames, Juanita Bowles, Oule M. Oliver and husbaad, Clintoa, aad Unda J. Wript; extended family, Willie Clarence Mutch of Greennllle, Ernest Mutch of Jacksonville, Mynor Chapman of Houston,-TX, and. Carolyn Match of Ft. Llladeidale; seven p-aadchDdren, Aa1elica Kimbroup, aenjamin F. WriJht, Ill, Tnmiyah lleyaolds, Destiny a.yaolds, Jada Walker, Isaac W.Jker, JJI and Jabot Coney; companion, O..le Glanton; stepfather, Alpheria Lee Wright, Sr.; aunt, Katherine Brown; uncle, Willie D. Rayford of Williston, FL; and a host of devoted nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, February 6, 2009, at Ray Williams c Funeral Home, 301 N. J, Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to W RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL 9 HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. a. raywilllamsth@yerizon.net MRS. MARJORIE E. TYSON CARTER WILUAMS Mrs. Marjorie E. Tyson Carter Williams, affectionately known as "Big Marge," "Marge" or "Ma" of 4020 W. LaSalle Street, passed away, Thursday, January 29, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 7, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Mount. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, Pastor T. D. Leonard, pastor, with Minister Gregory Davis, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery . Mrs. Williams was a native of Quitman, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 27 years. She was the oldest of four children bom to Everett and Bernice Watson TysonDukes and was reared by her grandparents, Frank Bumey Watson and Ida WilliamsWatson. She 'was preceded in death by: her parents; grandparents; sister, Lucille Tyson Swift; brother, Alonzo Tyson, Sr.; first husband, Dr. Edwin A. Carter; and second husband, Eddie WOliams. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Stephanie Williams Burks of Portia Willi'ams Cariion of Kissimmee, and Chauncey Williams, Sr(Hattie) of Marietta, GA, and stepdaughter, Fannie Williams of Brooklyn, NY; grandchildren, Prince E. Burks, Jr., Ulysses Brandon Carrion, Chauncey Williams, Jr. and Dana Gyden; brother, William Watson Tyson (Alberta) of Palm Coast, FL; nieces and nephews, Marjorie "Lil Marge" Mayes, Jacqueline Tyson Griffin, Joyce Nesbitt, Octavia Wilson, Cynthia Tyson Bradshaw, Vernice Tyson Williams, Alena Tyson Ramos, Elise Tyson Patterson, Veronica Seate Kilbert (Walter), Monique Griffin, Tommletta KinJ, William Watson Tyson, Jr., Howard Tyson, Sr., Howard Tyson, Jr., J. Klnte' Tyson and Gre1ory Seate (Anita); godchildren, Doris Chenault (Otis), Charles Holley (Sarah) and LeShay Mobley; cousins, Ernest Giddens, Violet Giddens Benne and Helen Giddens Warfield, all of New York, Robert L. Jliley, Arlstine Riley Cumminp and Ira Hu1h Riley, all of Philadelphia, PA, Verna Frazier Spencer (Verner), Juanita Williams Robinson, Marie Parsons and Florence Butts, all of Quitman, GA, Cora Tyson and family of St. Augustine, FL, the Peterson, Giddens and Warfield families of New York, and the Riley family of Philadelphia, PA; special friends, the LaSalle Street neighbors; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, February 6, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUENRAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. raywilliamsfh@verizon.net MIL DAVID RICHARD 'PETE' JACKSON Mr. David Richard "Pete" Jackson of 1720 St. Conrad Street, departed this life Tuesday, January 27, 2009. Homegoing serv1ces will be conducted Saturday, February 7, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Frankie L. McClendon, officiating. Mr. Jackson was a native of Tampa, and was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was employed as a Painting Apprentice in New Jersey and was also a former employee of Royal American Shows Action Printin1 Co. in Tampa. He was preceded in death by: his father and mother, Willie and Gladys Jackson; sister, Mattie J. Jackson; and brother, John Henry Jackson. He leaves to cherish his memory: his sister, Celestine Bryant Roberts, and brother, Willie J. Jackson, Sr., both of Tampa; two sons, of Austin, Texas, Kevin Jackson and Todd Jackson; nine grandchildren .and three great grandchildren, all of Austin, Texas; a host of nieces, Msgt. Frances E. Butler of Ft. Knox. KY, Gladys (Artie) Wooden, Jana Jackson, Charlene (Richard) Parker and LaShell Jackson, all of Tampa; neJ?hews, Arthur Mims, Jr. of Ch1cago, IL, Michael (Carla) Jackson of Tampa, War,ne (Mary) Jackson of Titusvdlc, FL, Timothy McFadden, and Leonard (Karen) Lovett of Tampa; great nephews, Christopher R. Butler of Charlotte, NC, and Msgt. Derek Washington of Ft. NC; special friend, Mr. Richard Allen of Tampa; and a host of other great nephews, great nieces, sreat, 1reat nieces and nephews and other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, February 6, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arran1emenbl entrusted to R.A Y WILLIAMS FUENR.AL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. nywilllamlfb@ycrizop.pet MR. JERRY LEE JONES, SR. Mr. Jerry Lee Jones, Sr., of 4726 W. Idaho Street, passed away Sunday, January 25, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 7 2009, at 11 a. m. at Faith Tahernacle of South Tampa, 6015 Interba:y Boulevard, with Reverend Norma Lambertson, pastor officiating. Interment wili follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Jones was a native of Pascagoula, Mississippi, and a resident ofTnmpn for many MR. JERRV.LEE JONES, SR. years. He was a retired Truck Driver. . He was preceded in death by: his parents, Saul Jones and Mary Fairley Jones; aunt (who helped rear him), Nancy Robinson; siblings, Saul Jonesl Jr., Ruth H. Jones and Nancy L Hurd. He leaves to cherish his memory: his loving and devoted wife, Hattie Mae Jones of Tampa; children, Wendy, lesha, Jerry, Jr., Steven and Jonathan, all of Tampa; sisters, Hulda M. Jones of Norfolk, VA, Pastor Betty Bolton (Joe) of Moss Point, MS, Sharon Jones Dunlap (Alloyd) of Lake Jackson, TX, and Mattie L. Fairley of Freeport, TX; brothers, Joe I. Jones and Samuel J. Jones (Rochelle), both of Gautier, MS; motherin-law, Dorothy Dow; sisterIn-law, Geucoba Sylvester (Luther); brothers-in-law, Richard Dow, Eric Dow and Michael Dow; great aunt, Ruth Jackson of Grand Rapids, Ml; uncles, Stonewall Fairley (Mattie) of Flushi"'f., MJ, Samuel Fairlef of Phi adelphia, .l!A, and Joshua Fairley of HattiesburJ, MS; a host of nieces and nephews; special friends, Patricia A. Bean, Gale and Rusti Field, Carhon and Vemell Daniels, Carlton Daniels, Jr. and Myesha Daniels; a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, February 6, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUENRAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. raywimam:db@yerizop.pet MR. JAMES L. PRESSLEY Homesoing services for MrJames L affectionately called "Bro of Tampa, who departed this life Monday February a, 2009, will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009, at a p.m. at Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, with Reverend WUHe J. Cook, pastor, officiatin1. Interment wiD foUow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. James Pressley was bom on Aupst aa, 1928, to Lula Johnson and the late Ade Pressley in GalnesvUJe. Mr. Pressley moved to Tampa at an early a1e. He MR. JAMES L.PRESSLEY was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County where he attended Booker T. Washington, Don Thompson (Howard W. BJake) and was a graduate of Middleton High School. He continued his education at Brewster Vocational School and Alabama State University. Mr. Pressley was a United States Army Veteran and received his honorable discharge in 1956. He played football, basketball and was an avid pool player. He also was a swim Instructor and member of the Howard W. Blake Dad's Club. Mr. Pressley retired from Tampa Electric Company (TECO) after 25 years of service. He was preceded in death by: his father, Acie Pressley; son, Renwick Pressley; and siblings, Helen Simmons and Glen Pressley. He leaves to cherish his memory: six children, Lawanna Pressley-James (Robert E. Jacob, Jr.), Ondria Bryant (John), DemetriaPressley, Anthony Pres.sley, Reverend Byron Pressley (Wendy) and Donahue Pressley, alt of Tampa; a loving mother, Lola .Johnson; ten grandchildren, Shenequia Pressley, Anthony Pressley, Davanta Walker, Donta Walker, Byron .Pressley, Jr., Brandon Pressley, Quaneisha Pressley, Donahue Pressley, Jr., James Pressley and Darion Pressley; brother, Eddie Lee Pressley (Minnie); children of his siblings, Delores Wingfield, Merritt Simmons, Helen Marie Simmons, Brenda Glennette Paris, Edd1e Pressley, Jr. and Corey Pressley; and a host of loving cousins; special Sam and Mae Frances Ford of Gainesville; daughter-in-law, Sheila Pressley; devoted friends, Liona Coates and Aleatha Marr; and a host of other-sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, February 6, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive frientls from 6-7 p. m. at the Chapel. 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MR. WAYMON N. ROSE, SR. Funeral services for Mr. Waymon N. Rose, Sr. of Riverview, who passed away Monday, February 2 2009, at Sun City Center Hospice House, \Viii be held Saturday, February 7, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Faith Christian Center, 207 New Hope Road, Brandon, 33510, Pastor Thomas Garrett, with Pastor Alfonzo McClinton, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Waymon N. Rose, Sr. was born January 1 1944, in Tampa. He was the son of the late Sam Rose and Geneva Harris Rose. He was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School, Class of 1962. In 1978, Waymon began a 30-year, prosperous career with Hillsborted fl'il'JHI.-. 'oi lid 'rli e rt'iiLI \ n s w iII 1e p o.., t' 'fil'\m ;;:<) ii. m. and the famil, wiH receive f1icnds r.om h-7 fl. Ill., FJiday, f'ehl'llal') h 2 o o IJ a I W i Is on I' Ulll' 1 a I Home, 3000 N. 29th Friends arc ask'cd to assemble the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funcralhomc.cum h 0 d dO I d r unc r < ll i iurne 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, FL 33610 f'hon (813) 232-8725 fdX (813)231-0521 Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family. weAreTheKeyTo A Fine And Quality Servl_ce: _Jt. SABRINA DENISE TAYLOR (BRINA) A memorial service for Sabrina Denise Taylor will be held on Saturday, February 7, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Hoh Temple Church, 1215 E. 109th Avenue, Tampa, with Elder Allen Johnson, officiating. Ms. Taylor, born November 8, 1958, departed this life on January 31, 2009. She was employed by the City of Tampa and the State. She was a graduate of Hillsborough High School and FAMU. Brina was preceded in death bv: her mother, Carrit. L. Tay)i,r; and her maternal grandparents. Memories of her life arc to be remembered bv: a devoted and loving daughter. Meghan E. Johnson; father. Rennie Taylo1 (Dorothy): Tomaro Tavlor; aunts. lola Johnson (Ailcn). Dian and Cvnthia uncles, Eddit :\lcCa1ter and Louis MC'Cartlr: paltrn;.l grandmothtr .-\lma llarr<'il: and a host of <1ther aunt.-.. uncles. eousins. family and friln "T1 m OJ :::c c )> :::c < !11 1\) 0 0 U) "T1 r-0 :::c 0 )> CJ) m z :! z m r-1 OJ c r rm z "D c a:J r-CJ) :::t m 0 rri < m :::c < -1 c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 :::c 0

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Q) 0 0 N Memoriams/Cards Of Thanks cD I I OF II I w LL. >"' a: w > w c w :J: (/) :::; m ;::) l:l. z tu ...J ...J ;::) m w z i= z w (/) < Cl a: 0 ..J u.. DEA. JOHNNIE STREETER 1/20/02-2/13/89 And MOTHER INEZ STREETER 12/28/15-2/4/02 May the work you've done speak for you. Children, grandchildren, great grandchild.ren, family and friends. IN MEMORIAM REGINALD MARTY' BRYANT February 4, 1997 Sadly missed. You will never be forgotten by your family. IN MEMORIAM MOTHER GERTRUDE B. MORELAND Love, "Family." Temple of Apostles. JOSEPH H. TAYLOR We miss you. Love, Billy, Rod, Gail, Sophia and Byrd. IN MEMORIAM WALlACE (BOI) TILLMAN It has been a year since God called you home. You are gone, but not forgotten. You will forever live in our hearts. Sadly misse d by your children, family and friends. IN LOVING MEMORY BERNICE LARRY NElSON GREEN 7 /1 7/30-2/5/08 It's been a year since God plucked His pink rose from II i s earthly ga dcn. Gone, but nev r, eve fOJ gotten. Love alway s: you husband, Witt Grc n; daught r. Sandra; son , Ron; and g andson, .Jnlen N iles. provide 1 g h es t standard 1n funeral services for over 70 y ears Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 2514912 E mail : raywms @ ij.net ELDER JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JR. 2-5-59 You are a special treasure our hearts. Happy birthday. Love, mother, Martha Thompson and family. I we will always hold close to IN MEMORIAM WILLIE LOUISE SANDERS 7/15/1940-2/7/200 Not a day pa es that we don' t remember your mile your lo e and our laugh. We mi ou. From our daught r, Charm n and the ander famil CARD OF THANKS MR. JAMES C. HAMILTON T h e family of the l a t e M .Ja mes C. Hamilton wi .o;;l1cs to CXJH'eSS Olll hcnl tfelt thnnl
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Crime News Medical Examiner savs Other Factors Blamed For Tasered Man's Death On September 11, 2008, Roney Wilson, 46, died after he was tasered by deputies three times. A Hillsborough County Medical Examirier''Associate Leszek Chrostowski, said there were a combination of factors that could be blamed for Wilson's death. According to Chrostowski, Wilson was tasered due to delirium with 'agitation due to r schizoaffective disorder. Wilson's .family called deputies to their Plant City home asking for help, because Wilson had. become upset, climbed inside his mother's vehicle, smashed out the windshield with his fist, and refused to move. Chrostowski said he can't say whether the use of the taser itself contributed to Wilson's But he did determine one cause was phys ical stress and he called the manner of death homicide, citing Wilson's physical resistance to attempted restraint by police. According to Chrostowski, Wilson had a small amount of alcohol in his blood, as we11 as prescription antidepressants cycloi;lenzaprne, do xilpine and Chrostowski said those one of three medications was found in a slightly ,higher amount than would be expected in a clinical dose Veronica RONEY WilSON W flson, Mr. Wilsou"s daughter, was contacted and referred all inquiries to their attorney, Mary Joe Meives. Atty. Meives said she u nderstands the Medical Examiner is close to finish ing his report and she's waiting for it after the State Attorney's Office has looked at it first. "I am aware of the article that appeared in the news paper recently and rm waiting on the autopsy report and trying to collect all the information. We have to act on facts, not what someone else has reported. We have to see all the reports before any fin a I decision can be made." The family retained Atty. Meives only to investigate the circumstances of Mr. Wilson's death. CHOICE .BAIL BONDS UrBe >1mr ls-tAnd Last Choice Frtt Sei:'vic,.;; Offend To Client-;. -, *Job Refferrals *Referrals Fur Treatment .. Re-establishing Convit:ted Felons Voting Right'i (813) 664-0404 5005 Martin Luther Jr. Blvd. ( lhh: k n r 5 0th 511.8 N. 56th St. Suite 213 Tampa, f L 33610 24 Hour Service 813-231-BOND ... ( >t' .. ) 'fast Confld.entioJ Serl!ice LET FREEDOM --H .RING AMOS BAIL BONDS FAST SERVICE OPEN 24 hrs I 308 E. Waters Ave. Tampa, FL 33604 Tele: (813) *Celli (813) 49i8387 Two Men face Carjacking Charges According to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, two armed men robbed a man of his rental car at a Super 8 Motel early Monday. Deputies said Robert Forte, 35, and Antonio Davis, 27, drove the vehicle to the campus of the University .of South Florida where they were spotted near the credit union. The men left the stolen vehicle on foot and campus police along with deputies arrested them at 1:35 a m. Tuesday. Forte and Davis. were charged with carjacking, obstructing or opposing an officer, carrying a concealed weapon, and possession of a firearm on school property Duo Sought For Armed Robberv This i s a surveilla nce photo of a u pcct in the robbety of a convenience tore. Th Hill borough Cou nty S h eriff Offic e i a king for h e lp in locatin g aJ1d id entifyin g two m e n wante d for a n a rm e d robb e r y on J anuary 27th D e puti e r epo r t that a m a n e ntered t h e Shell/Circ l e K Store, 812 East Lums d e n Road in Brandon, and wns armed with a handgun. The suspect allegedly demanded money from the clerk as a second suspect stood by the front door as a look out. Both suspects fled on foot. The suspects are described as Black males, one in hili early' to mid-20s, 6 feet tall, and weighing between 160 and 180 pounds. The second suspect, also a Black male, is described as being in' his late teens to 'early 20s, 5'8" to 5'10" tall and w eighing 140 and 150 pounds. / ."11 ,,.. 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Deputies at the District Two Office in Brandon took a collection to replace the stolen money. Teenauer Accused Of Shooting Cop Denied Bond ST. PETERSBURG -The St. Petersburg Police Department's detective who was seriously wounded on January 26th, was released from the hos pital Monday afternoon He is n ow recuperating from several gunshots. The detective was wound ed while arresting a.n armed r o bbery s u s pect. The a lleged gunman, James Seay, 18, w h o was charged with attemptep murder o f a law enforce -ment officer and armed robbery, attended a bond reduction hearing Tuesday. -He requested the JAMES judge change SEAY his current no bond status and set a bail amount. The request was denied. The Internal Affairs investigation is continuing into the shooting. j .;. 'I tWAJL BONDS -7628 N. 56th Street, Ste. 13 Tampa, FL 33617 Office (813) 988 7881 We ll Get You Out Quick ... 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NFL Stars, Volunteers And Businesses Build p1avuround At King's Kids Academv With all of the hoopla in town surrounding Sup e r Bowl XLIII o n e of thos e to re a p b e n e fit s was King's Kids Acad e my. A group of NFL Neighborhood MVPs, volunteers from Home Depot, organizers from K aBOOM!, volunt ee r s from th e CDC of Tampa and Tamp a Bay F a mily CDC join e d forces to build an entire playground for King s Kids Aca demy in one day. The playground will provide a safe and fun place to play for more than 4,600 children (Photographs by Brunson) Some of the NFL players taking part in the event w e r e Steve Smith, of the Carolina Panthers, of the Andre Johnson, Houston Texan s Brian D awkins, of the Philadelphia Eagles, and Keith Brookins, of the Atlanta Falcons. Mike Furrey, of the Detroit Lions, Jason Witte n of the Dallas Cowboys, and Armani Toome r of the New York Giants were also on hand to build the playground in a d a y a t King' s Kids Academy Lillian Williams, Brenda Burney, Sanre l Jack on and LeeVonia Wright were among the volunteer s on hand f o r the construction ofthe playground at King's Kid Acad e m y Among the volunteer h elping t o comple t e the plnyground at King's Kids Academy w ere D enise Meteye J n m c Mnrc u s Scott, Van Best, Sherry Mullins, Toni Wnlts, Marlon Scott, John Simmons, Kathy J. McNabb, Bob Mullins, nnd David Webb. Members of the National Junior Honor Society of Franklin Middle School were on band for the construction of the playground. Left to right, front row, Ms. Stacie Bogan, (NJHS Advisor), Tevin Williams and Susana Gonzalez. Second row, Mrs. Etcheverry (parent), Dalisa Boyer, Theresa Green-Johnson, Carrol Hardy, Akia Mondezie and Anthony Allen. Third row, Jacquelyn Murray, Ketty Etcheverry, Rodrionna Harris and Ashley Duncan. Back row, Richard Benjamin, Keith Simpson, Angelo Pierce, Ms. Ellen Truskowski (NJHS Advisor). Among tho e on hand to build an entire playground in a day a t King's Kids Academy were from left to right: Marcus S cott M Toni Watts CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., Ms. Carla City of Tampa and Rev. Thomas Scott, pastor of 34 Street Church of God, which operates King' s Kids Acad e m y CDC employe s, David Jones, Rnymond W Brewster, nnd El s a Sunrez donated time nnd enetgy to the project. Tiffany Knight, T re a Young, Tachonta Wooten, nnd hanilin Nb:on donated time to the project nt King's Kids A ademy.

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0) ,._. Feature eli Breaklast Speaker Tells Audience, 48 Hours, Then Roll Uli Your Sleeves' ::J a: m w LL < c a: LL TOBA's speaker, Dr. Laurence Wesley, right, is shown with Ashley Raing of west Palm Beach, who introduced him. TOBA's Orator of the year, Faith Woodard, center, is shown with her par,ents, Minister Sterlin and Mrs. Lora W!)Odard. Professor Laurence H. Wesley of Daytona Beach told the audience at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast to "enjoy the next 48 hours, then roll up your sleeves and get to work." He was intro-duced by Ashley Raing of C West Palm Beach. ii: The 29th annual breakfast LL was sponsored by the Tampa c z Organization of Black Affairs. < The breakfast theme was "Pressing the Dream Q Forward: Generation By tn Generation." w :) Professor Wesley went 1-on to talk about the dream being realized 41 years after W the assassination of Dr. > w Martin Luther King, Jr. C He added that the 4 people who had an impact on the life tn of Dr. King were: Daddy ::::; King, Benjamin E. Mays, Dr. Howard Thurman and a. Mahabna Ghandi. z ffi ... ... :) m ..:.. w z I= z w tn a: 0 ... LL. Because lie 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 con ceived in death shall never die," be told the audience. 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 ova tion, with her well memorized speech on the topic -"As A Young Person, How Do You Address The Trend of AntiAcademic Achievement Among African Americam Youth?" 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 values 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 Woodard. She is the granddaughter of William and Bertha Chennault of Tampa; Tammie Uason of Winter Haven, and Drs. and Alma Woodard of Conyers, GA. Faith is a member of Greater Bethel M. B. Church. A highlight 9f the event each year is the presentation of awards to young people and adults of the community TOBA Board member, Clinton Paris, Esq., presented the Unsung Hero Award to Delwyn Collins, a dishwasher at Tampa General Hospital. Since 1992, he has been taking his annual sav ings to purchase gifts for disadvantaged children. His small project is now a huge hospital project that has the staff involved. The Corporate Leadership Award was prese'nted to Hillsborough Aiea Regio nal Transit (HART). TOBA mem ber, Ken Anthony presented the award to Carla Williams, HART Marketing Program Specialist' and David Amjio, HART CEO. In 2008, HART surpassed the 12 million total rides, a new all-time record. The Ike Tribble Civic Leadership Award was presented by TOBA Board Member Jeffrey Rhodes. rhe award was presented to Practice Employmc.nt Discrimination Worker's Compeosatio11 , Civil Service (City/County) Aftal Chapter 7 &' 13 Bankruptcy Personal Inj Social Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee. Other program participants were breakfast chairpersons Candace Cusseaux and Cory Person, Esq Alicia Smith and Company, accompanied by her brother, Marlon Smith, Boy Scouts of America, Troop #64, First Baptist Church of CoDege Hill, Rev. R. Lockett, Jr., Mayor Pam Iorio, TOBA Co-Founder, Bob Morrison, TOBA Board Member, James Ransom, and TOBA Member, Veronica Blakley. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre and Motown Maurice) Hillsborough CountY Attorney Renee Lee received TOBA'' Ike Tribble Civic Leadership Award. David Amjio and Carla Williams accepted the Corporate Leadership Award for HART. -The Unsung Hero Award went to-Delwyn Collins and was presented by Atty. Clinton one of TOBA's founders, Atty. Bob Morrison is shown with his family -wife, Dr. Jacentha Buggs-Morrison and children, Robert, III, Gabrielle and Edward. :-: ..

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"TT Birthday Greetings Happy I Happy Sweet 16th On February 9th ;H Birthday, Helen MIKAYLA MIKAYLAAt 16 -.. Wishing th e world's g r ea t es t c: )> ::IJ -< 1\) 0 0 (() m o m MeMe, a very h appy Baby g irl n ow th a t you 've g rown from a littl e baby int o a youn g l ady, you've s hown h ow good God i s. Continue to keep God first edu-birthday and m a n y more to catio n a nd everyt h n g else will fall int o p l ace w h e n it 's th e appropria t e time. come R e member, yo u r.family i s proud o f you We love you ver y muc h : Quankela, Kerry and Look Who's '35' Look Who's '19' Kayla. KIRACONNER Special birthday wishes go out to our s i ster, Kira. H a pp y 18th birthday We love you. Your sister, Charisse, and MISS INDEPENDENT brother, Robert: 'BIG JOE' Happy birthda y to your g irl, "Big Joe," who will b e s pend in g h e r 34th birthda y with h e r wonderful kids, f amily and fr i ends, and you know s h e ca n t leave h e r Big Daddy" out. May God bless you with many more to come Love, your "ki ds," Kylan a nd Kianna. . Birthday wis h es go out t o our moth e r, Coneathia, b k .a. cha.:"From' yoursons, Wesley, Dhari and Wendell. Now Registering forVPK St. Mo. t th.ew D CDC II 'Quality Care When You Are Not There APPROVED VPK PROVIDER 3716 E. Lake Ave. Reverend W .O. Sims Pastor Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 621-5038 "T r ai n up a c hild In th e way h a s h o uld go : So who n he/s old ho wi ll n o t depart fro m 11. Pro vorb a 22: 6 "TT r 0 ::c 0 )> fJ) m z ::::! z m r-1 OJ c: r rm ::j z "'0 c: OJ r-U) ::t: m c m WESAndMOM < m ::c Birthday wishes go out t o Wesley Lewis. -< From your family, Coneathia, Wesley, Sr., Remeka, 2 Dhari, Wendell, T. J. and Nikki. m fJ) Honor Roll Ads Will Be Published riday, February 20, 2009 oeadline .To Brin_11ln Ad February 1 1 2009 /.;1 $10 Each j / Student's Name : _________ Grade: School:-------Honor: Principal s Honor Roll High Honor Roll Honor Roll, Citizenship Perfect-Attendance Hobbies: ____________ Church: ____________ elephone: ___________ (Not For Publication) For More Information Contact Iris At (813) 248-1921 c )> z c "TT ::c c m w I OJ

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' , Religious When Do Bad! here are _a lot ?f authority?' God knows wha t temptatiOns 111 to saiand how to say it. the world today. words of a see-As people live out the days of narjo in.the mouth of the their lives they wfll be prophet t0' sjleak to the king. tempted on every tur,n and He told him a story about a any given day. The .:. -ric11 UJanrii::Poor man and an one thing to always be miiJd,.--ew.e.:Jamb: : The rich man \ ful of is that you are temp ed _.;_ his many lambs, but with the thing that yo uTove : t ook the p oor man.'s only the most. -: lamb and cooked it. God Regardless of a person's used this story to inform position or status tempta-David of his s in tions and opportunity to sin Oftentimes when you are presented. Make no mis-approach people about se ntake about it, the propensity sitiv e matters, it ma y b e b es t to sin or fall short is there. serve d to use an applicabl e No one is exempt from the story. Although the prophet temptation. was speaking on behalf of Just as there are sinful God he still went with acts, there are consequences. respect to approach David God will send a word to all While you may be able to who sin. His chastening is say what you want to say, tempered with grace and you must still say it in a mercy. manner that the person will This week' s lesson about r eceive what yo u are saying As Davi d was b e ing told th e story, h e got increasingly angry at the rich man's b ehavior. Many people will oftentimes see and hear other people's wrong in a s ituation that resemples theirs, but will rarely see themse lv es in the same situation: Some people are oblivious to their own actions and shortcomings Another interesting note is that when you tell people a story about a situation close to theirs, they will have an opinion or solution a majority of the time. Again, they will havea solution for someone else's wrong, but n o t one for thei r own situa tion In th e end we all n ee d to r e aliz e that w e are jus t one decision away from a s inful act. People will be confronted about their sins. But be very sure that you are the person sent to do the confronting. When you confront a person about a sin, be kind, caring, and compassionate. R emember it could always be y ou! David (2 Samuel 11:26-12:7 a; 13-15) speaks to the actions of a man in power, the word of God that came to the man, and the quences to follow. New Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church The opening verse of this lesson tells the tim'irig: Uriah's Wife is in mourning of his death. It was after her mourning period that she went to live with David in the palace Is it possible that this could signify that there is life to be lived after the death of someone you really loved? She mourned for: a period, and then she moved \ on It didn't say she got over it, she just moved on to the next thing. As it was with David, he was not off the hook. Although he had called for her to come live in the palace and he was going to take care unborn child, he still answer for prior With all the good he bad done and was preparing to do, God was still not pleased '(vs. 27). Although we do good things for some and make sacrifices for others, we are not exempt when we sin against God. David was the king of the land, but he was also a servant of God. Because he was a child of God he had to be governed by the laws of God. God's law superseded the laws of his land. "' Because he sinned, God had to now deal with David. God sent a word to David. How do you go to someone who has sinned? What do you say to the person? What if the person is a person in A Super Natural Church Compos! Of Super Natural People" 7401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 (8 1 3) 837-0129 Office Hours: Tues And Thurs. 10 A.M. -6 P.M. REVEREND -W.O. SIMS Pastor Pastor, Piney Grove M. B. Church FL SIS. BERNELL BROWN Cn,u,rna.,ctrln African Attire Day -7:45A.M. & 11 :00 A.M. Red Attire: 3:00 P.M. St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 3708 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 (813) 628-4622 Pastor's Study www.stmatthewchurch.com "The Church Where Love Flows Like A River" New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church-Pastor Alec F. K"all .. "A Changing Church with a Changed Mind Set" NewHope M.B. Church -Rev. T. W. Feb. 8th @4:00PM Bible Baptist M.B.Church Rev. L C. Black Feb. 18th 07:00PM Romans Springhill Church Rev: Eugene Garnett Feb.22JKI 04:00PM College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 rown Ministries, Fanli Trip Schedule 11 FEBRUARY 7 2009 S50.00JPERSON' CHILDREN. $25.00 :1 DEPARTURE. 5 .00 AM. t2 DEPARTURE: 7:00AM. Lawtey C.L. ............................ .... .lawtey, FL New River C.l w.sq .... ............ Starke, Fl Florida State Prison & W.C ......... Starke, Fl Union C.L. .................................. 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Gt Churdi Directocy ........ I CD > a: < ;::) a: a1 w LL >=' < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ;::) t-> a: w > w c w :c en :::; a1 ;::) Q. z ..J ..J ;::) a1 I ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. III I c.o w (!) ALLEN .TEMPLE A. M. E. CHURCH REV. WILLIE J. COOK, Pas tor Worship Activties: Early Worship 7:45A.M. Sunday School 9 30 AM. Morning Worship 11 A M Bible Study 6:45P. M Tuesday FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Of 'HIGHLAND PINES Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P M Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 AM. Church Van (813) 627-0338 TEMPLE CREST CHURCH OF CHRIST 8309 N 40th St. Tampa, FL 33604 914-7525 Sun. Morn. Bible Study -9:30A. M Sun. Morn. Worship-10:30 A M Sun. Evening Worship-6:30P M Mid Week Bible Study Wed7 :30 P M Everyone Welcome FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of LINCOLN. GARDENS 4025 W. Palmetto St. 879-1351 REV. ANTHONY GREENE, Pastor Sunday School-9 30 A.M. Morning Worship-11 A.M. Prayer Service & Bible Study Wednesday 7 :30 P M "To Know Chris t And T o Make Christ Known" Sunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m Vi sitors Are Welcomel PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES NEW FRIENDSHIP GRACE MARY MISSIONARY MOUNT OLIVE A. M. E. CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL M.B. CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH 10511 Main Street Thonotasassa Florida 3107E. Lake Ave. -4127 3901 N 37th St 3) 248-377 1 902 W LaSalle St., Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 254-6278 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P M. Worship Service Location Blaise Alfano Conference Center 11606 N. McKinley Dr. Tampa, Fl 33612 SUNDAYS Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4:30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P Office Location : Georgetown O ffice Park 1307 W Fletcher Ave Tampa FL 33612 First Fruit Worship Service 7:30A.M. Morning Celebrat i on Service 11: 00 A M THURSDAYS Voi ce Of The Word B ib le Study 7 :30P. M BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST E 27th AVE (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-690 Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P .M. Morning Prayer (TuesdayFriday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS t Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Past o r Early Morning Worship-8 AM. Sunday School-9:30A.M. REV. JAMES C. GIVINS, Pastor MRS. ROBERTA T. GIVINS, F irst Lady Morning Worship-10 :50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M 9 : 30 A M Church School 11: 00 A M Worship THE PUBLIC IS I NVITED Bible Study-Wednesday7 P M ST. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A. M Sunday School 9 :30 a m Morning Worshi p 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed. 7 :30 -8 :30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 :30-9 p m O"lildren & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8 :30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a .m. Youth Bible Institute' 12-4 p m .> Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7-11 p .m. REV., W. D SIMS, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 'If C hurch Offic e : ( 813 ) 677-1948 Pastors Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fax: ( 813) 672 -0514 E-Mail : fbcopv @ tampabay rr .com 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS Senior Pastor Ear1y Worship 7 : 50 a m Sunday Schoo l -9 : 45 a m. Morning Worship-10: 50 a m For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service -13:30 p m Bible Study 7 :30 p m Brotherhood 1st Sa turday Matrons 1 0 a m 1st and 3rd Saturdays Visit our Website or E-Ma il us: www. fbcch org info@fbcch org Jesus Is The Way The Truth And The Life 11 we claim to h: Vi fellowshtp with OR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor AduiVChlldren Worship Times 7 : 30A.M & 10:55 A M 4 :!!:i!fiii!II!f, Sunday ;45 A M Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A M Adult Wednesday 7 P M. Youltv Children 7 :30 P M Adult the darllness, we lie and do not live bV.the tmth. But If we walllln the light as hels In the light we have fel owship with one anoth r. and the blood of Jesus, his Son. purmos us from all sin. 1 John 1:6-7 NIV

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":!" .. "n .. :zJ .. ... -., ... _< NEW MT. ZIOK.M,; a.; CHURCH, INC. -2511 E. Columbus Q r (813) 248-8101 or (813) REV. WALTER J. WIWAMS Pastor Earty Morning Worship-7:55A.M Sunday Morning Worship-9 : 30A M Morning Worship 1 M Wed., Family Night-7. P M Dea. John C Lovett, Chainnan Board Of Deacons 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ MINISTER 3310 N 29th St. TAMPA, FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship ................. 1 0 :30A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. 5 :00 P M Evening Worship ................... 6:00 P.M. Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat... .. 1 (} 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 Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday S chool I Orientation 1 0:45 Worship Service (Yo uth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays ) Tuesday: 12 :00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w / B ible Study WedneSday: 5 : 30 P. M. F ree 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 TE1: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail : MtPieasantMB@ao l .com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Prai .se Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7 :45A. M SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30AM. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U ) 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: HERITAGE CHRISTlAN COMMUNITY BAP11ST CHURCH Hillsborough High School 5000 N Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 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 New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa F L 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 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 Believers 'I Can Do All Things Through Christ W'l1o Strengthens Me. Phil. 4 :13 ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. -+ ; Church School 9 :30A.M. \ "':n7 each Sunday 1 ,.. Bible Study 7 P.M. each Wednesday Take Progress Blvd to S 851h S1 tum North. go to Ash Ave tur n E follow the curve to the tell (S 86th St ) and the church is on the nght REV. JOE GAY, Pastor I Growth And Sharing God s Love Worship Opporlun1t1es SUNDAY Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 1 11:00 A M YPWW6 :00P. M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY E v ning Service 7 :00P. M RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1924 East Comanche Ave Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exciting Place To Worship E l ectrifying Prais e Powerful Teaching & Preaching 10 A.M. Every Sunday Morning PASTOR ZACHERY And MRS. FREDDIE HUDSON LAURA STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East LauraStreet Plant City, F L 33566 (813) 752-2858 William Kerrlson, Minister Sunday Morning Bible Study ........ . 9 A M Morning Worship Worship ... 10:15A.M. Evening Worship ...................... s P.M. Wednesday Morning Bible Study ............. 10 A.M. Evening Bible Study .................... ? P.M. .., .. Early Worship: 7:45am Sunday School: 9:45am Morning Worship: 10:45am Wednesday Night Bible Study: 7:00pm Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God On it you shall not do any work neither you, nor your son or daughter nor your manservant-o r -maidservant nor your animals nor the alien within your gates For in six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth the sea and all that is in them but he rested on the seventh day. Therefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy. Exodus 20:8-11 NIV "TT m m :zJ c: )> :zJ -< N 0 0 CD "TT r-0 ::D c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 m c r r m ::! z "'0 c m r CJ) ::I: m 0 m < m ::D -< c m CJ) c )> z c ::D c

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Social February Birthday Celebrants It's a b l essing to celebrate another birthday. Happy b irthday to the February celebrants: Mrs. Marion Washington, Mrs. Bertha Washington, Walter Thomas, Sr., Alfonso Johnson, Sr., Moses Darby, Kelly Marie Watson, Shanava Raines, Cheryl Byrd Washington, Judy Poole, Ray Snell, Dayla Rain, Louise Hall, Maxine Humphrey, Gwendolyn Mitchell, Aldreya Acosta, Cheryl Archie, Charlotte Coles, Gertrude Larry, Carl Lise, Brandy Chamberlain (Albany State College), JaMia Washington, Mrs. Odessa Roberts, Mrs. Sylvia Thomas, Terrance Manuel, Mrs. Ormiller Kelsey, Mrs. Dorothy Tillman, David Crockett, Maurice Chaney, Charles Jeffrey, Sr., Henry Clifton, Jr. Grate Timothy, Harry Rinehart, Luis Figeroa, Scott Card, Dorian M. Hill, Roxie Reeves, Alvin Hamilton, Chad Thompson, Nina Reeves, Aanwesa Davis, Cornelius Thomp,spn, Aretha Abrams, .Bobby Thompson, Kevin Abrams, Jesse McPherson, Mrs. Lillian Tolbert. Frank Steward, Mrs. Patricia A. Stewart, Nestor Cabrera and Andra Wright. A special birthday wish to Dr. Deon Johnson from your wife. Happy birthday to the Valentine' s Lady Mrs. Marie Benson. Way To Go Daymond! Congratulations to Daymond Brinson, a recent graduate. of Gibbs High School. .O.n.-l Wednesday, 2-4. 09, DaYJlltand became one of the of the Troy University football team. Daymond is the son of proud parents, Mr. and Mr$. Calvin (Lisa Fedrick) Glover, former Villager Uplifting Prayers Let us uplift the following in prayer: Lauren Jordan, James Wiggs, Earl Williams, Chester Miles, Mrs. Helen Mond, Ms. Arlean Evans, Eddie West, Mrs. Mary H. Ford, Mrs. Victoria Brown, Mrs. Lula Philon, Thomas Lake, Mrs. Tonya Simmons and Arthur Morris. Sympathy My sincere sympathy to the James family in the loss of their soh, husband and father, Mr. Andrew James, Jr. '.'Two Man," who was funer.alized Saturday, January 31, 2009. Mr. Tracy Steel was th e e ulogist. ;\ 2nd Annual Lupus Walk The 2nd Annual Lupus Walk will be held Saturday June 6, 2009, from 9 a. m. noori at Tropicana Field (home of th e Tampa Bay Rays) For more information, con tact, Michelle Morales at (727) 742-8005 or visit the website Community High Noon Prayer Band News The Community High Noon Prayer Band gathers every Tuesd a y at 12 noon at First Baptist Church of Progress Village where Dr. Samuel L. Maxwell is Pastor Teacher. On Tuesda y January 13th, they celebrate d 20 years o f Pr aye r in Unity. Th e cel e br a tion took place at th e P a nth e r Trace Phase Clubho u se in Riverview. Program Chairperson I Secretary was Dorothy \Ve-;t and she was aided by Asst. Sec., Amanda Page. The theme wns: PrClyer !11 Unity. The progrnm \\as as fo II o o tj . James-Keese; S'cnplore, Ema Weicome and RecogniUon of Guests, Mary Hobley;, S _oiQ, u ,Won't Complalii) Gladys and 8le5sing. of food, Mhi. Harold Fraiier. pttt tog etfler. a s h b wing of pictures fr o m tbe-,pas\. w ere give n b y all, and rernark s b y Prsident OliVia Darby. A spec ial thanks t o the hostesses for a delicious meal and all the beautiful decor a tions, Betty Reed, Patrice Carswell, Joann Butler, Altamese Turner and Shirley Myles. The menu consisted of: baked chick en, pan fried tilapia, mashed potatoes seasoned r ) ce, green beans, of. blen ded. vegetables, to s sed salnd, pound cake, strawberries, chocolate layer cake, apple pie iced tea and punch Enjoying the celebration were members and guests: Katherine Clark, Emma Green, Lula Parker, Ernestine Turner, Vinne Williams, Cora Williams, Geneva Slaymin, Lizzie Adkins, Beryl Wilson, Lucille Beck. Bernese Reese, Henry Randolph, Rudeen Reid, Cora Carswell, Lorraine. Simmons, Elouise White, Eva Wilson, Nettie Jones and Mary Ann Thornton. Members unable to attend: Annie L. Wilson, Roesolia Young, Archie Mae Wright, Florence Owens, Minnie Sullivan, Mozell Hester, Bessie Williams and Mary Dunlap. Guest in a tt enda nce w e re: Gloria Sylvester, Joe Williams, Eddie West, Barbara Grant, Aritha Scott; Diane Jordan, Mary Alice Reid, Alma L. Washington, Sutton Page, : . . . Retta Page and Cassandra Sandy Hall. Thought For Today "When it hurt s t o l ook back and you're scared to look ahead, you can look beside yo u and your friend will b e th ere." F. Y. I. R eme mber our service men "T1 ::2J 0 and women who put their }( lives on the lin e daily. ;:H Remember th e h e lpers in en the kitchen: Thelma, (813) 671-3614, Family Deli, (813) 671-1541 or H 0 P., (813) 238-5221. _a-. Call your news in to N Iradean London-Bigg s at o 0 (813) 677-6071. Be bl essed! (0. .. 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. OPEN 24 HOURS Store (8.13) 237-37 4 Pharmacy (813) Obama cone a lou lr$5.11Eicll Obi HIStldc Pia. "T1 r-0 ::2J c (J) m z ::j z m r-1 en c rr m ::j z "0 c en c (J) ::t m c m < m ::2J -< ... c m (J) c z c "T1 ::2J c G') m cp en

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Recipes 2 pounds collard greens & 2 cups chicken stock % cup wine & 1 cup water 1 largEt !iiiced 4-6 chopped CloVes garlic % pound smoke(fturktW bacon chopped % c up olive oil & salt' & pepper.:. 1 cup rice 3 cups milk 4 sticks cinnamon 1 can condensed milk 1 vanilla bean 3/4 cup dark rum 1/4 cup water 1 cup jumbo golden raisins DIRECTIONS : In a heavy medium sauce p a n bring milk and cinnamon sticks to a boil over medium heat. Add rice, return to a boil then simmer for 15 minutes stirring occasionally While rice is cooking place the r um, Y.t cup w a t e r and raisins in a small pot Bring to a boil, the n turn the heat to simmer and cook until alm o st all the liquid is absorbed, (you want some left over to mix into the rice when it's finished) Set aside to cool. Add condensed milk and scrape vanilla bean into the rice Continue to cook over low heat stirrin g often for an additional 15 minutes or so or until rice is creamy, but still has some liquid left in the pot. Refe f : tO. photo below it will still seem rather soupy 1 ) .... J, Jt-.r. : but in order for it to be very creamy when cool you ; the heat at this stage Now Cooking Thursday Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For S Sh Sh H d Churches, Banquets, nap per rtmp eap ea Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. Food Stamp Cards Accepted DIRECTIONS : Heat large pan and add olive oil. Saute turkey bacon, onions, garlic and shallots in pan Stir Occasionally Separate and rinse collard green leaves under water Roll 2-3 leaves together. Slice into thin strips Add collard greens to sauteed ingredients in pan Pour in white wine, chi c ken stock and water Cover pan and let cook for 30 minutes on medium heat. Stir every few minutes to distribute the smoked meat taste evenly. Taste to confirm the you prefer Add salt and pepper to taste 0 )> w-< ., m m ::tJ c )> ::tJ -< en N 0 0 <0 ., r 0 ::tJ 0 )> en m z ::! z m r;-. m C r r m ::! z "0 c m c en :I: m 0 m < m -4 e m en -< )> z 0 ., ::0 6 )> -< m

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m g Health News N a: Soda Before Bedtime Raises Reflux Risk ffi The n early one in two w American adults plagu e d b y h eartburn 4 m ay want to steer clear of C carbonat e d s pft drinks in th e a: LL hours b e for e b e dtime, with a new study linking soda consumption to troublesome acid reflux at night. According to e x p erts, approximately 44% of adult Americans complain of heartburn at least once a month, while 14% ne a rly one out of six -ex perienc e wee kly bouts of heartburn. The researchers pore d over the collected d a t a to determine dietary and lifestyle factors associa t e d with nighttime reflux R egular use of b enzodi a z epine se d a tiv e s popular pres c ription sleep aids whi c h include Ativan, H alcion, V alium and X a nax -was a lso associ a t e d with a 65 p ercent inc reased ri s k of h eartburn a ft e r b e dtim e th e r esea r c h e r s found. B es id es k ee ping indi v idu al s up at ni ght and m a king th e m drowsy the n e xt d a y nighttime reflux "may b e indic a tiv e th a t a p e rson has a more se v e r e form o f the di s ease. H e p ointe d out tha t, during the d aytime s impl e act s s u c h as swallowing (whi c h dil u t e s r e flux acid) and t a king antac ids can help minimize h eartburn symptom s. B es ides switching sl eep m e di cines, a v oiding soda s l a t e in th e day. PROTECT YOUR FAMILY. GET TESTED FOR HIV. For a testing site near you, text your z i p code to 477493. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH '' I I.BOO. FU.AIOS COM Most Parents Unaware Of Common Infant Virus E ven though it can c a use pn e umonia and affects almost all children at least once before they're 2 ye ars old, many parents haven t even heard of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), note s an e x p ert at Ced a r s Sinai Medical C e nter. RSV most ofte n s trik e s in the colder months. U s uall y w e b egin seeing the early cas e s of RSV around th e e nd of November, but the real pu s h starts in December," Dr D eborah L ehman, a ssociate dir e ctor of p e diatric infectious di sea s es a nd HIV s a id in a pr e par e d s t a t e m e nt. "Unless th ey've h a d a b a b y who h as been hospitali ze d w ith th e disease o r a pre m a ture inf a nt w h o r eq uir es p ro. ph y l ax i s, I'd say m o s t p a r e n ts do n t h ave a goo d sense o f wha t th i s virus i s, Lehman said. Each year i n the Uni ted States, about 125,000 children a re hospitalized w ith RSV the leading cause of infant hospitalization and the leading cause of pneumonia and bronchiolitis swelling of the s m all airways. Most children with R a re treated as outpatients. However about soo children with RSV die each year in the nited States. The virus is highly contagious It can survive for sever al hours on unwashed hands and on surfaces such as tables, playpens and counter tops Some children are eligible for RSV immunization which in v ol v es a series of monthly inj ec tions that usuall y begin in mid October and continue f o r five months If a child isn t e ligible for RSV immuniz a ti o n the Ame ric a n Aca dem y o f Pedi a trics off e rs th ese r ec om m e nd a tions: Make sur e tha t eve ryone washes t h e i r h ands bef o r e they touch the baby. Keep baby away fro m a n y one who has a cold, fever o r runny nose Keep baby away from c r owded areas like shopping malls Keep baby away from tobacco smoke, w hich increases the risk of, and cbmplications from, sever e viral resp ir a t ory in fectio n s. All i nfan ts betwee n 6 and 23 months o l d shou l d b e immunized agai n s t i nflu e n za. The influenza accine can help protect against o ther r es piratory iru es. LIVING HEALTHY 1. Variety Is the spice of life If we all looked exactly the same l if e would be bor ing. Get i nto the uniqueness of you 2. Appreciate your body Reestablish a pos i t ive relat i onsh i p w it-h you r body is the most valuable asset you will e.ver own All o f Bill Gates money could not recreate you Begin v i ew ing your body as an inst r ument and not an ornament. Learn to apprec i ate your body for what it can do not for what i t looks like Make a list of those things you like about your body Specializing i n the management of chronic medica1 il/ne se u has diabete and h y pertension. We a cept Wei/Car e Universal Cit r u Uni t e d Healthcare Jnd otl To hedul Jn i:lPf intmenr, (813 ) 8 7 0 3767 4710 HABANA AVENUE, # 107, TAM P

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Health News Incontinence In Women PART II OF II What are the symptoms? T he main symptom of urinaty incontinenc e is the accidental release of urine If you h a ve stress incontinence you ma y leak a small to medium amount of urine when you cough, sneeze laugh, exer cise or do similar things If y ou have urge incontin e nc e, you may feel a sudden urg e t o urin a t e a nd th e need to urin a t e oft e n With this type of bla dd e r control problem you m ay leak a larger amount of urine tha t can soak your clothes or run down your legs If you have mixed in contin e n ce, you may h ave symptoms ofboth problems. How is urinary incontinence diagnosed? Your doctor will ask about what and how much you d rink. He or she will also ask how often a nd how much you urinate a nd le ak. It may h e l p to keep track of these thing s for 3 or 4 days before you see your doctor. Your doctor will examine you and may do some s impl e t es t s to look for the ca us e of your bladde r contro l proble m If your docto r thinks it may b e cau se d b y more th a n one prob l e m you will lik e l y hav e m o rd tests How is it treated? Most bl a dd e r control probl e ms ca n b e improved or cured. Treatment for stress inconti n ert'ce includ es: Doing Kegel exercises t o strengthen the p e lvic floo r muscles. It i s one of the b es t w ays to improv e stress in co ntin e n ce. Us in g a removable device called a pessar y (which i s placed in side th e vagi n a). It ca n help r ed u ce stress inc on tin ence by putting pressure on the urdthra. Taking medicines, but they may have bothersome side effects. H aving s urg e t y to support th e bladder or move it back to a normal po s ition, if other trea t ment do es n 't help For urge in continence, your doctor may : Sugge s t behavior c h a ng e t o fix the probl e m For example, bladder training helps you t o in c r ease h ow l ong you can w a it before you h ave t o urin a te. Prescrib e m e di c in e t o treat urg e bladd e r prob l e m s. If yo u h ave more than one kind of bladder control probl em, fir s t your doctor will trea t the o n e tha t b othe r s you the mo st. Th e n h e or s h e will trea t the other cau se, if n ee d ed. Y our doc tor may suggest thing s you can do a t h o m e, s u c h as going to the ba throom a t se t tim es a nd co mpl e t e l y e mptyin g your bla dd e r wh e n you urinat e It ma y a l so h elp t o c ut b ack o n ca ff e in e drinks, s u c h as cof f ee, t ea, o r sodas. How can you prevent urinary incontinence? Strengthe ni ng your p e lvi c muscles with Keg e l exercises m ay l owe r you r ris k for inco nti n e n ce If yo u smoke, think about quitting. Quitting may make yo u c ough l ess, whic h m ay h e lp wit h inco ntin e nce. Like always, please contac t your Health Care Provider for proper diagnosis. If you are o n Medicare, Medicaid or disabled with Medicare, there are p l ans avail able to assist you that h ave $0 premiums and So co-pay for M e dicare covered office visits. Also, we hav e prescription drug plans that allow you to get you r gener i cs 90 day suppl y a t So as well as plans with monthly over th e counter c r ed it (OTC) assis t a nce Please con t ac t Jacki Webb your Licensed H eal th Consult ant a t 813-5 5-2665 t o find a plan that best fit your needs ANGELLA TOMUNSON, DOS PA GAIL C MCDONALD, DDS, MPH Accepting New Patients, Including Children Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures ExtraCtion Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Healthy Smile Healthy Body Healthier You! Dental Implants Sedation/ Anxiety Management Cosmetic Gum Surgery Treatment Or Gum Diseases T.MERRELL WILLIAMS DMD,MS Board Certified Interest Free Financing Available T.. MERRELL WtLLIAMS, DMD, MS plant Dentistry o d o n t c s 4505 North Annenia Ave. Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33603 Visit Our Website At: www.tampaperio.com (813) 354-8707 "Trusting one place from diagnosis to rehab made my treatment easier." At Tampa General Hospital, we take cardiovascular care seriously. So w e designed our new Cardiovascular Center to make the process easy for you and your family. We combined our advanced methods for diagnosing and treating cardiovascular disease with comf orting amenities, a healing environment and one-stop services. No wonder we were selected by more consumers as their choice for cardiovascular care over any other hospital in the Bay Area Tampa General Hospital Trusted lor our expertise, Chosen lor our care."' "T1 ::0 c "T1 m m ::0 c )> JJ -< 0'1 I\) 0 0 (J) m z :::! z m r I m c r rm :::! z "C c aJ c (J) ::t: m c m < m ::0 < -1 c m (J) c )> z c "T1 ::0 c ..... w I aJ

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Sports Rams Hire Croom AsRBCoach SYLVESTER CROOM Monday, along with four others -Tom McMahon as special teams coordinator, Rock Gullickson as strength and conditioning coach, Brendan Daly a s defensive line coach and Matt House for defensive quality controL Croom became the fir s t black head coach in Southeastern Conference history when h e took ove r the Bulldogs in 2004. Mississippi State was 21-38 in his five season s. B efore that, h e s p ent 17 ST. LOUIS --Sylvester season s as an NFL assis-Croom, who resigne d tant. under pressure as coach at Spagnuolo has hire d 14 -Mississippi State, i s t h e coaches in the pas t 16 n ew running backs coach The form e r N e w Y ork for the St. Loui s Rams. Giants d e f e n sive coordina-Coach Steve Spagnuolo t o r was hired as the R a m s' announce d the hiring coach J a n 17 Periurv Evidence Against Bonds To Be Unsealed BARRY BONDS SAN FRANCISCO --A federal judge plans to unseal hundreds of pages of court documents at the heart of the government's case against home run king Barry Bonds, who's accused of lying to a grand jury about using perfordrugs. : !.) .' J ( (J: t f h 1 ) ; ; l ; I Among the documents to be released Wednesday are a transcript of a recorded conversation between Bonds' personal trainer Gr:.eg Anderson and Bonds' former business partner Steve Hoskins, as well as positive drug tes t results that prosecutors say b e long to Bonds. One i s a urine sample submitte d by Bonds during baseball's anonymous survey testing program in 2003, according t o a r e p ort o n The N ew Y o rh T i mes' W e b site. Bonds' sample did not test po s itiv e unde r MLB's program but was r e test e d by investigator s after it was sei ze d in a 2004 raid, unidentified sources told the newspaper. i_ Diduers Still nr m ).. . ant Mannv LOS ANGELES -The Dodgers are still trying to bring back Manny Ramirez. Only the enigJl!atic slugger doesn't like their latest deal. -He tejected their third offer .:_ for one year -that w ould have made him baseball's second-highest paid player behind Alex Rodriguez. That leaves Ramirez unsigned three months after deciding to test his value in the recession plagUed free agent market, Dodgers owner Frank McCourt (background)' is still eyeing Manny Rnmire7.. with the Dodg e r s the on l y team to have con firme d making any offer s. Nielsen Now Savino Super Bowl XLIII Was Most-Watched Ever NEW Upon further review, Nielsen Media Research now says that the ArizonaPittsburgh Supe r Bowl game was the mostwatched in history. Niels e n said 98 7 million people, on average, were watching Pittsburgh's exciting 27-23 victory Sunday night. That b eats the 97.5 million who watche d the 2008 game, which h e ld the r eco rd f o r m os t p o pul a r Supe r Bowl. Chargers' Williams Arrested on suspicion Of Drunk Driving JAMAL WILLIAMS SAN DIEGO Chargers defensive tackle Jamal Williams was arreste d on suspicion of drunke n driving, the team's second such arrest in less than a month. Williams was pulled ove r for speeding early Sunday on a freeway out side downtown, the California Highway P a trol said. Williams gave a blood sample for a blood alcohol test, but the results won't b e known for a f e w weeks. Williams was book e d into county jail a nd late r r e l e ased on bail. '''T1te H>ice. ol Our Communit\' Spellking for lt.,, ,;((' (8.13) 248 .. 1921. Fans Flock To Pinsburuh Parade Thousands of fans line the streets of Pittsburgh to celebrate the team' s 6th title. parade was impossible Not that it mattered. :::0 0 m m ::tJ c: l> ::tJ -< Q) 1\) g
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en Sports (C > a: C3 a: u. Tin.slev To File Grievance vs. Pacers JAMAAL TINSLEY Raymond Brothers, Tinsley's agent, said his cli ent jus t wants to play The NBA trade deadline is Feb. 19 and Tinsley h a s two years and $14 .7 million left on his contract afte r this season. Brothers said Tinsley has l:iee n working out while traveling back and forth between Atlanta and Los Angeles, and is ready to play. INDIANAPOLIS -The agent for Indiana Pacers guard Jamaal Tinsley expects the N B A Players Association to file a grievance in the next week against the team. Tinsley has not played 0 this season and' has not a: Last March, charges in connection with a bar fight were dropped against Tinsley and t eamma t e Marquis Daniels in f o r 3 2 hours o f community s e rvic e. But t h e Pacers deeme d Tinsley expendable in a roste r shake-up that brought in sev e n n e w pl aye r s ove r t h e summe r u. 0 z a: w > w 0 w J: C/) ::i m ;:::) a. z i= w .J .J ;:::) m w z i= z w C/) C a: 0 .J u. been allowed to practice with the team. Though he's listed on the Indiana ros-ter, team president Larry Bird has s a i d t h e Pace r s don' t intend t o bring him 0 bac k His nameplate was r emove d from his l ocker at Conseco Fieldhouse, and t h e team sent his bel ongings to him in Atlanta. lebron Surpasses 12,000 Points As cavs Top Raptors LEBRON JAMES CLEVELAND LeBron James sometimes even surprises his own coach with an electrifying play. James scored 33 points to eclipse 12,000 for his career, but it was his block of a dunk attempt by Chris Bosh during the fourth quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' 101-83 win over the Toronto Raptors that got coach Mike Brown's attention on Tuesday night 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, Fl 241-2301 or 247-3719 (:\ 79 And Up' I Keys Made latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................... 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Nelson Optimistic Of Full Recoverv Jameer Nelson made the AIJ-Star team for the first time this season. ORLANDO -All-Sta r point guard Jameer Nelson said Tuesd a y his "spirits a r e h igh" and i s optimistic h e can play again this season f o r t h e Orlando Magic, despite a torn labrum in his right s hould e r Nelson said he's not in too m u c h pain" and will decide over the next few week s whether he will have surgery now or ho l d off and attempt r e habilitation. If surgery is the option, hi season i lik e ly over. If he pa se on the surgery, he'll likely till miss several weeks. Hornets' Paul listed As oav-To-oav CHRJS PAUL WESTWEGO, LA Chris Paul laughed and joke d with teammates after Horne t s practice on Tuesday, the grim s il e n ce that followed the All-Star point guard's injury and hi s team's ensuing collapse a night earli e r fading into memo ry N e w Orlean s learne d whil e blowin g a big lead to Portland on M onday night that a djustin g to life without Paul may b e e v e n harde r than imagine d The good n e w s for the Hornets i s they may not h a v e to endure without him for much mor e than n f e w gn m es. An MRI indicate d that'Paul had only a mild strain of his right groin a nd h e i s li s t e d as dayto -day. Brvant's 61 Sets Record For Most Points At Madison Square Garden NEW YORK --Pau Gasol wasn't looking a coup l e of times when Kobe Bryant attempted a free throw. So w hen the Ma N n .Jnh 11m Smnll O r Tnn L:u gc 20 Venn; Exp erie n ce 5 Yl:ars Ita S1: minnl e 1-feighls C nnummily \u11 \ppli1.tliouh I "' I 111plm 1111'111 lliiH't \ I h '""' DARRYL STARKES Roofing C ontractor LiceuscN RCOO
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Sports National woods savs He's Plaving 'Full-Bore,' Could Return Soon Bov, 10, Apparentlv Hung from Hook Dies TIGER WOODS Tiger Woods said he's. now hitting full shots and working with his coach, Hank Haney, to get ready for his return to the PGA Tour Although, he said he won't return to the PGA Tour until after the birth of his second child, ex_pected this month, according to his web site, tigerwoods.com I did some work with Hank Haney for a few d ays last week and it's all good," Woods said. ''I' m full-bore with my practice session s and have no restrictions; it's just a matter of getting my golf endurance up. I don't have my golf stamina back yet." The new s that Woods is close to re.turning to game is welcome news for fans, TV executives and to urnament directors, who have seen declining attendance and ratings while Woods has been recovering from knee surgery. However, Woods stopped short of naming his actual return date, a subject of much speculation. His announce m ent virtually assure s Woods will comp ete in thi s yea r 's M a t e r tourname nt. EVANSTON, Ill.--A 10-year-old Illinoi s boy has died after h e was reported l y' found hanging from a hook in his e lementary school bathroom. Officials at Oakton Elementary School in Evanston called 911 after finding fifth-grader Aquan Lewis unresponsive at about 3 p m Tuesday. School janitor Elliott Lieteau said the boy had been pulled off a hook and was lying on the floor when h e ente r e d the restroom. H e said h e perform e d CPR o n the boy. Lewis was pron ounce d dead early W ednesday at Children's M e mori a l Hospital in C hicago. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office said Lewis was appar ently found hanged. Authorities h ave r e leased f e w details about the inci d e nt. But sch oo l district spokeswoman Patricia Markham called it an accident. Ga. Woman Claiming Obama-Related Arson Arrested CUMMING, Ga. Forsyth County fir e investigators have arrested a woman who claimed h e r h o use was set o n fire becau s she upport d President Barack Obama on unr lated charg s Fire D e p artm nt s poke m a n Capt. Jason Shivers says auth o rities arrested 4 7-year-old Pamela Graf Tuesday o n drug charg s but says s h e i s liste d as a s u s p ct in t h e fire. H e s ay s inve tigators x ecutin g a ear c h warrant on h e r ca r and roo m at a mote l found m a riju a n a a nd coca in e Graf's home was d estroye d o n Jan. 18 w hi l e s h e was in W a shington, D C., attending the in a ugu ration. Officia l s found sprayp a inted graffiti t hat includ e d n m c ial slur a n d rul d th fir e a n ar on Graf's boyfri nd, 46 -y aro l d Steve trob I a o wa s arr s t e d T u e d ay in Barrow County and c h a r ged with obst ructi o n o f and g i vi n g false statem nts r e lated to t h e fir e inv s t igati o n. H e a l so i s l i s t e d us a s u s p c t Th y r e m a in in u s tody ut t h Forsyth ounty Detentio n e nter w hi c h cou l d not say w heth e r t h y h ave attorn ey s ., :IJ c AUIOPSV: Police Shot Man 9 Times In Back 'TI m tD :IJ c )> NEW ORLEANS -The man who was shot to death by police on New Year's Day suffered 10 gunshot wounds, nine of them i n his back, according to a coroner's report obtained b y WDSU Adolph Grimes, 22, was killed in the early-morning hours of Jan. 1 on Claiborne Avenue in Treme. New Orleans police have said Grimes fired first, and several officers returned fire. The autopsy, which is public r ecord, shows nine entry wounds in Grimes' back, including on e in the back of his head It also s how s an entry wound in the front o n hi s chest. Grimes family filed a wrongful d eath lawsuit against t h e New Orleans Police D epartment on Tuesday. Police Superintendent Warren Riley told WDSU h e will not comment on the case Riley has said the officers w e r e in a group -three women were acting as holdup decoys and six men were covering them -when a shooting was reported at a club in that area. He said the officers saw a black car leaving the club's neighborhood, and Grimes was in a black car parked ADOLPH GRIM.FS about four blocks from the club Grimes' family and local ministers have criticized the p olice d epartment's handling of the case, saying the department refused to release the names of the officers involved in the s hooting. :IJ -< _a 1\) 0 0 (Q In a news conference Jan. 6, the Rev. Norwood 0 Thompson of the :IJ Southern Christian Leadership Conference en called on Riley to root out the bad apples in the ::j NOPD. Z m r-1 tD c r rm -t z "We don t want it swept under the rug like so many cases are," Norwood said. "We want him to tell the truth, and we're telling Chief Riley, 'We got your back, Chief Riley. We have your back if you come tD forward and expose the C en % m 0 Democrats Show Their Strength As House Passes Kids' Health Bill m < m :IJ -< -t c m en 0 WASHINGTO -The newl y empowe red D e mo c ratic ml'\_jority flexed its politi a l mus l e W dne sday a s the Hous of Repr ntativ voted to expand a k y f d ral health a r e program to an estimat d 4 million additional childr n President Obama i xpect d to s i g n t h e chilIH'alth bi ll on W ednesday aft rn oon The 290-135 vot to xpand t h e tate Children's Health Insurance P rogram fe ll l a r ge l y a long party lines, with almo t ever y Democrat voting in favor of th x p R n s ion a nd most Republica n s voting agai nst i t Presid nt Obama s i g n e d t h e bi ll lute W ednesday afternoon ; t.h PRES. BA.RAKOBAMA Senat p a s d i t Friday. A t h wor ning one m y cau s s families to l ose their jobs and health in ura n ce, it i vital t hat w redouble our ffort to to )> z c ., :c c a r e t h e pr sid n t a id in A state m n t aft r nate ...... ......, passage last 0,

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0). c iX LL c z <( 'C en w 1-w > w c w en :J al Q. z tu ...J ...J al I ...J w z z w en a: 0 ...J u.. back on the upswing again thanks to the top 10 R&B hit There Goes My Baby. Written by. Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and singer-sp':lgwriter Calvin Richardson, the track is the lead single from Wilson's second Jive solo album, Uncle Charlie (February 17). This latest chart run picks up' on the momentum sparked by Wilson's 2005 Jive debut, Charlie, Last Name Wilson. Sporting ,songwri ting/prod uction by R. Kelly, T-Pain, the Underdogs and Gregg: Pagani, among others, the album debuted at No 10 on the Billboard 200 and No. 3 on Top R&B/Hi p -Hop Albums, while the title track climbed to No 11 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop S o ngs. To date, the C D has sold 44 2 000 cop ies in t h e U nited States, accor din g to Nie lsen SoundScan. An earli e r solo effo rt, 2 000's B ridging the G ap," has sold 1 9 5 000 Hoops, Bowling Mark Obamas' Whhe House FlrstDavs PRES. WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama says he's been playing hoops on the White House basketball court and his 7-year-old daughter, Sasha, w .ants to-join a basketball team. Dufing their initial weeks in theWhite House, the first family checked out the bowling alley, outdoor court and 'horseshoe pitch. Obama, who struggled at bowling during a campaign stop last y ear, joked that he wanted t o u s e the gutter bu m pers used f o r childre n 's bowling. Interviewed on N BC's "Tpday show, the p r esi dent a l so jo k e d abo u t keeping h is high-tech Blackberry, s a y. ing it' s like the movie I nsp e ctor Gadg et 3 Locations To Serve 7851 N. 56th St 2602 E. Fletcher Ave. Westshore Pla2a (813) 980-1900 (813) 977-3100 282-1333 www.ShallmarFineJewelers.com Diddv savs lil' Kiln 'Has Everv Riuhr To Be Upset About 'Notorious' Lil' Kim has made it known that she's not happy with her portrayal in the Biggie biopic "Notorious." The pint-size rapper said her and Big's relationship was deeper than what was reflected i n the film, complaining that the actress who portrays her, Naturi Naughton, was terrible: And she said .. Biggie's mother, Voletta Wallace, and the late star's wife, Faith Evans, are behind it all. LiP Cease, Wallace, Evans and the film's writers have refuted Kim's criti cisms in various interviews. Evans told MTV News that Kim's badmouthing was "just sad." And though Big's mom told Hip Hop Weekly that Kim should "get a life," she also said she felt "bad" for Kim after seeing the film. Now, however, Diddy and Junior M.A.F.I.A. cohort Damian "D-Roc" Butler have entered the fray to defend Kim. The two spoke up in a video blog on Diddy's YouTube page. Diddy said Kim called him and asked the Bad Boy CEO to consider how she feels about how she was rep resented in the film. "The only thing that I can say about the movie ... that wa s great from their rehitionship i s that he really re s pected her as an artist:,. as an MC and was .into h .er DIDDY like that," Diddy explained. "All the other extra stuff, it was a movie. And Kim will have her chance, her own movie will come out there. Give Kim her chance Don't believe what you saw in the movie; it wasn't only about that. She was with us, that was our queen. She'll always be the queen. She got every right to feel that way. The movie is really about Big. Don't focus on none of our parts; focus on Big as the man." In "Notorious," Kina:'s character is shown in several lewd sex scenes with Biggie and also in a physi cal confrontation with the Bad Boy rapper. D-Roc, who has spoken very little in puhlic about the movie, said the real-life more depth her characte r in the moYie doe s "She s more than that, and y ou see that when you meet her," he said. Trio pleadlnnocent' To Murder 01 SA Reggae Star JOHANNESBURG -Three men accused of killing South Mrica's inter nationally acclaimed reggae star Lucky Dube pleaded not guilty to murder charges at the opening of trial on Monday, SAPA news agency said. The men, Sifiso Mlanga, Julius ... Xowa .. pMaded not giliUy tq the charges of murder with agg r avate d circumstances, robbery and hijacking at the Johannesburg high court the agency said. Dube, 43, who recorded in Zulu, English and Afrikaans, was one of the first to play reggae in his homeland and was widely admired abroad The suspects -all in their 30s -are accused of murdering Dube outside his brother's house in Rosettenville, southern Johannesburg, in October 2007, in what was beli e v e d to have been a botche d hijacking. Dube was dropping his t ee n a g e s on whe n gunme n LUCKYDUBE shot him three at close range in full view of his two children. The musician's killing provoked widespread condemnation worldwide and renewed domestic calls for the restoration o( the death penalty in a bid to stem one of the world's highest murder rates. The award-winning Dube recorded more than 20 albums in a career spanning two decades and was regarded as one of the first artists to introduce reggae in South Mricn.

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Entertainment '11 :!! 1hriller' Dir_,ctor sues Michael J .ackson MICHAEL JACKSON SANTA MONICA, CA-Director John Landis sued 'Michael Jacksl:ln and'' a Broadway producer claiming the. P,air lack the proper 'Ll I' to adapt a stage pro-duction based on Thr,ill er." Landis, who co-wrote and directed the ground-breaking music video, sued the pop .star arid producer James L. Nederlander's company over the possible show. Nederlander announced earlier this week that it had acquired the rights to "Thriller" and songs from Jackson's blockbuster album of the same name. Landis' lawsuit seeks a judge's order that Jackson lacks the adequate rights to transfer to Nederlander, and that the producer doesn't have the authority to create a stage show based on the video or documentary that Landis directed Landis' attorney, Miles 1 J. Feldman, said t h e director would seek to stop the show "if it becomes necessary Spike lee Nabs Riuhts To WWII Tale 'Hell SPIKE LEE LOS ANGELES -Spike Lee i s rai s ing so m e hell. The filmmak e r' s production company, 40 Acres and a Mule, has acquired rights to Brendan "Now the H e ll Will Start," a nonfiction book about a private who went native in the jungle of South Asia during World War II. Lee will develop the material as a feature film Koerner, a contributing editor at Wired, tracks the story of Private Herman Perry, a black soldie r from Washington who, after s hooting a n ot h e r soldi e r went on t h e run in the Indo-Bu rmese jun gle and eventually became assimilated int o tribal culture. P e n gu in Press publi s h e d the book last s ummer. Lee exp l ored th e s ubject of World War II in his 2008 feature "Mirac-le u t St. Anna. Stevie Wonder Readies Fi.rst liveDVD STEVIE WONDER NEW YORK --Stevie Wonder will release his first authorized DVD next month, chronicling a September 30-0ctober 1 stand at London's 02 Ar ena. Live At Last" is due March 10 on Universal Motown in DVD a nd Blu ray format s. The London s h ows were part of Wonder's first major tour in a decade The 27 -song set list is packed with hits such as "Lioing for the City," O ve rjoyed" and "Sir Duke," and also features a special "U.K. m edley" with songs from the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. Ervkah Badu Tweets As The Stork Arrives LOS ANGELES --Add Erykah Badu to the growing list of Twitter junkies worth following. If she'll tweet through labor, who knows what she'll write next? Yep, you read that right. The songstress, along with her boyfriend, rapper Jay Electronica, used the microblogging network to share childbirth with the world. Using a midwife, Badu gave birth to a baby girl, her first child with Electronica, Sunday at h e r Brooklyn hom e Electronica s h a r ed the experience of his baby mama's water breaking and gave regular updates o n h e r dilating and eventual d e liver y five hours later. Soon after Badu started pushing, he wrote, I see the h ead, full of hair." ERYKAHBADU Another 20 minutes later, he typed, "Feb. 1 2009 my first child, my daughter born at 1 : 30 PM exactly. It's the happiest day of m y life. Badu, who has two children from previous relationships with Andre 3000 and the D.O.C., con cluded the tweet-filled day with a message to her fol lowers '11 m aJ :xJ :xJ -< '!' -N 0 0 CD 'TI r 0 -:D en m z z m r I aJ c: r r m ::j z c: aJ r c;; :::z:: m 0 m < m :D < c: m en c )> z c 'TI :D 0 .....


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0) Entertainment cD > a: ::::) a: III w -LL 50 Cent Taunts Rick Ross: 'You're So Unimportant' > a: LL so CENT Rick Ross t o l d 50 Cent on Fri day t hat h e d give him 48 hours t o come u p with a new response after t h e M iami l y ricist shrugged off O fficer Ricky volley s hot by Ross on "Mafia Music." Well, 50' s been pretty busy ever since. Ove r the weekend he l aunc h e d a number o f verb a l a ttacks directed at Ross on his Web site, This is50 .c om. O n Satu r day, 50 started with a vi d eo b l og where he denied Ross' claim t hat he wilted at the sigh t of the Boss during last year's BET J:Iip-Hop Awards. ui don't remember seeing h i m ," 50 said. uY ou'r e so unimportant, I don't even remember." ( G o H ead, Try Me) t h e 0 G-Unit rappe r s dis s ong fE following t h e first m usical 0 50 also said he'll relentlessl y attack Ros s and like Ros s he won't stop because of label pressure. z < 0 0 w ::::) w > w o w :::r:::: 0 ::::; ID :: Q. z tu ..J ..J :: ID .!I w z w 0 C a: 0 ..J LL DREW-Z'S MOVIE REVIEW Underworld: Rln Of The Lycans -This movie traces back to the feud between the vampires and werewolves. Good special effects If you like blood and guts, this one is for .you. I"Yz) Paul Blart: Mall Cop -A single dad tries to make ends meet as a security guard at a NJ mall. Pass on this one. 1"1 Taken-A retired CIA operative s daughter is kidnapped (taken). You can t miss one. Action-packed. [j Notorious -A hip-hop movie about the life and times of rapper Biggi e Smalls. ["Yz) Marley & Me -This movie is about a family and .an out of control dog. very 9ood. A definite tear-jerker 11 Gran Torino -Chnt Eastwood plays a prejudice Vietnam vet who i s forced to change his ways . P.retty good. II The Unborn -A young woman cursed by her unborn twin. Had the potential to be scarier, but fell short ["Yz ) Yes Man -Jim Carrey stars in this light comedy about a guy who loves to use the ward "No. EnJoyed it! l j The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button -Brad Pitt (Best Actor) and Tari;iji Henso'n (Supporting) should get an Oscar for thei r roles. Very good moVJe, different, but a little too long. (2 hrs. 47 min. ) 1""1 Slumd6g Millionaire-Worth Seeing! Golden Globe Wfnner (Best P icture) I"*Yz) Valkyri -Based on a true story, Tom Cruise is a Nazi colonel who launches an attempt on Hitler' s life. Enjoyed it! 1-Yz) Bedtime Stories -Adam Sandler is a hotel handyman who realizes that the bedtime stories he tells his sister's kids are coming true. Kids Loved it! II Seven Pouncfs-Will Smith stars i n this intense drama about an IRS agent with serious secrets A definite tear-jerker. r .. Yz) The Day The Earth Stood Still-This remake was a dud. Accidentally fell asleep on this one. Disappointed. [*'*] F.our Christmases -Pretty good comedy starring Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn. [I Cadillac Records -A mustsee movie about a record label who Introduced Etta James, Little Waller and Chuck Berry to the world. rJ 3 -Action-packed movie starring Jason Statham Worth Seeing! 1-l TWilight..., A genUetnan vampire falls in love with the new girl in town. A No. 1 moVie at box office-$70.4M. Pretty good movie minus the blood and guts . :..:An animated movie starring a dog (John Travolta) who thinks he has superpowers .. The obsessed hamster (John Walton) saved this movie. The kids loved it! r-1 Sqlice-Daniel suffered a broken arm and 2 stuntrtten died filming Enougl) said! Rollercoaster of action. No. 1 at box office'-$10M. i""T Role Madel:-:-Abov.e-Averagc comedy with too much profanity. Not for k i ds J : M1dagasc1r: Esc1pe 2 Africa -An average animation for kids. I usually like tYPes of movies, but this one moved too slow . No action! !1 -This crime caper starts out slow but picks up in the end (" Fireproof -A heroic fireman In a failing marriage takes up his father's challenge to be 'part of a 40-day commitment to save his marriage. Must-see for married couples [*"] -Max Payne -Mark Wahlberg plays an out of control cop looking for the killers who killed his family. You m ight want to pass on this one. [ .. ) RATINGS .... -Ver y Good I ... Good I .. Average I Wait For Video Jennifer Hudson Films New Video JENNIFER H UDSON NEW YORKJ ennife r Huds o n has finished filming h e r first video since the slayings of her mother, brother and n e phew The clip for "If Thi s I sn't Lo ue" was done in Los Angeles and is set to debut the week of Feb. 9. The 27-year-old singer/actress i s slowly starting to return back to work following the October slayings. She sang the national anthem at the Super Bowl last Sunday, and will sing at the Feb. 8 Grammy Awards, where she is nominated for four awards for her self-titled debut CD. Black Eved Peas Brother Murdered apl.de.ap LO S AN GELES -Apl's i n mourni ng. The broth e r of Black Eyes Peas mast ermind apl.de.ap, otherwise known a s Allan Pineda Lindo, was gunne d do w n in the nort h ern Philippi n e town of Porac, Pampang a Joven Pineda Deala was the youngest and purportedly favorite brothe r of. apl, who was born in the Philippines and grew up in the barrio before he was adopted by an American and moved to the United States, where h e eventually formed. the Peas with will.i.am. P e r the Philippi n e s Inquire r Deala, 21, was sitting in his car outside his girlfriend' s home at approximately 1 a m Tuesday w .hen he was shot in the head by an unidentified gunman. Police are still searching for a suspect and do not yet have a motive for the killing, though various m edia outlets h a v e r eporte d the murde r may have been the result of a lov e triangle Apl, 3 4, i s expec t e d to fly to t h e Philippines to att end hi s s i b lin g's w a k e and bur-i a l. Smithsonian wants Aretha Franklin's Hat LOS ANGELES -The Smithsonian M useu m wants Aretha Franklin's Inauguration Day hat. The Queen of S oul's bigbowed headgear has become a hot pro p e rty sin ce the legendary singer wo r e i t to b e l t o u t "Am erica the B ea utif u l at President Barack Obama's Jan. 2 0 inauguration. The Los Angeles Times reports that the hat's designer, Luke Song, hasbeen overwhelmed with demand for the $179 item. (Aretha's custom-made version cost over $500. ) But while the Smithsonia n wants the original, Aretha's not sure if she wants to give it up. u l am considering it. It would be hard to part with my chapeau since it was such a crowning moment in history. I would like to smile every time I look back at it and remember what a great moment it was in American and African-American history. Ten cheers for President ARErHA FRANKLIN Obama," she said. One piece of coutur e t hat will definitely be heading for the m useum is First Lady Michelle Obama's ball gown from the historic evening. According to the Washington Post, the Jason Wu-designed dress will be on display this summer, and they're interested in her Isabel Toledo ensemble from the ceremony, as well. The Smithsonian's collection currently includes 21 dresses from past First Ladies. BobbvBrown Spawninuluain LOS ANGELES -Bobby Brown's prerogat i ve: procreation. The erstwhile King of New Jack S wing and Alicia Etheridge, his compan.ion of two years turned-manage r are expecting their firs t child togeth er. His age n t confirms that Etheridge is four months pregnant and due to pop in July. For those counting at home, this will be kid No. 5 for Brown, 39. There's 22-year-old Landon (an aspiring performer who appeared on MTV's .Rock the Cradle) with Melika Williams; 19-year-old LaPrincia and 17 -yearold Bobby Brown Jr. with Kim Ward; and 15-year-old Bobbi Kr.i,tina, his sole child with ex-wife Whitney Houston. While Brown's perst>Iial BOBBY ALICIA 'EtHERIDGE .,r.1r '""! 1,. life seems to b e baclt on track after years 6f1turmoil, the same can't be said for his. career. Brown" s charts since on Ja Rule's 2002 single "Thug Lovin and is. fiow better as a reality TV train'Y(reck Being Bobby Brown to tlie. CMT Gone Country : and its Outsider s IAn.'

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Read All About It Ask Deanna/ Is an advice column known for i ts fearless approach to reality-based sub jects! Dear Deanna! I work two jobs because my wife got laid off She s never satisfied and when I think about it, I'm breaking my neck and she spends money left and right. I don 't have a problem with this, but if she wants to have her glamo r ous lifestyle she needs to get a job. When I approach her, she cla im s s h e can t find w o rk but she's not looking I'm t ir ed and want to rest but also want to keep my wife happy but don t know how. Dear Joel9 Joel Omaha NE Today's Birthday --You ll get to make several choices this year. They won t be easy for you. As you decide which goal to pursue, you'll have to abandon another. Don't fret; this will actually make your life easier. Choose the more prac tical options Aquarius (Jan. 2D-Feb. 18) -You have plenty to say, but you may feel l ike nobody's listening Write it all down could be the basis of your next book or proposal. Review it before you go public Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Something you were worried about proves to be untrue This is sort of embarrassing, if you were taken in. Don't dwell too much on the negative. Be thankfl!l another fear has been quelled. Aries (March 21-Aprll 19) Your forward progress is tem porarily halted Make adaptations to your plans, cutting costs and increasing profits Cut the frills. Get serious and prosper Taurus (April 20-May 20) -If at first you don' t succeed wai t a little while longer Cond i t i ons are changing in your favor. Y ou should b e : !lble to tell when this whole world will get bri ghter . Gemini (May 21-June 21) -caution for a while longer. Clear your desk before you begin a new project or adventure If you don't, you ll have an awful mess to deal with when you get back Cancer (June 22-July 22) Jot down a few notes about being frugal to include in the book Shut her down close your wallet and take the credit cards immediately If your wife won t work then you need to make her an item on the budget and give her a monthly allowance Once her money runs out, then oh well she's stuck until the next cycle or unti l she gets a job This may not make your wife happy but at least you"ll still be around to see her Ask Deanna/ can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at 3 : 00pm in Los Angeles CA Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M Write Ask Deimna! Email: askdeanna1 @yahoo.com or write: Deanna M 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.askdeanna.com. Contact: (31 0) 600 9729. you're writing List all the things a person should not do. Like. d on' t go grocery shopping while you're hungry. Don' t you do that e ithe r Leo (July 23-Aug 22) -Don' t believe everything you hear. especially now Do the math yourself to figure out if the pro posal w ill work Make the people with the big ideas prove they 're not just blowing smoke. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Delay-s in _receiving necessary materials could mess up your work schedule. Things you expect in the mail could also be delayed Make sure to back up everyth ing on your computer too. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -It' s usually good to talk things over There are occasions, however when it's better to stay quiet. Postpone a discussion about finances for now Concentrate on doing your job Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Someone you know has very strong opinions with which you don't agree You don t need to mention that again This jerk is obviously not listening He or she is too busy shouting. Stay cool. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -It' s fun to speculate, but don' t make a big i nvestment i n some thing that hasn' t been prov e n yet. Sure i t would be nice if it w orks, but you d better m ake s ur e i t does before you pu( your m o ney there Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan 19) -It' s hard for you to say no to just about anyth ing your loved ones want. Don't let"them use your generosity against you Instead of paying for everyth ing, teach them how to do business. ALL MY CHILDREN: Livid o ver Rees e's deci sion to use Zach as h e r sperm donor, Kendall demanded that the couple l eave town after their w ed ding. Ryan sa w a t i p sy Reese kiss Zach unable to deny her fe!'llings, and he accused Zach of having an affair. When Kendall overheard Bianca and Reese decide to stay in Pine Valley she angrily drove off, putting her on a collision course with Greenlee Aidan discovered that Dr S i nclair had been charged with improper conduct with an .inmate during the time Richie was in pr i son Meanwhile Annie said she remembers killing Richie i n cold blood and later escaped from Oak Haven Rebecca passed away. Jake yearned for Taylor, as she and Brot became closer, although Br a t wasn'f ready to be intimate. Coming: Greenlee barely clings to life AS THE WORLD TURNS: Paul had to tell Meg that Eliza is missing but had a v ision that led them, Dusty, Josie and Barbara to where the baby was being held The cops took the thugs and Paul -to jail where Meg said she can t forgive him. Carty and Craig came up with a new product idea but she freaked when Craig spontaneously kissed her and turned to Lily for help with funding the project. When Lily pulled out of the deal and Craig found out, he told Carty he's through with her on every level. Katie stopped using birth con trol but didn't tell Brad Alison took Matt's advice to make amends with Casey, only to see him and Jade making love. When Reg died of a drug over dose Casey tried unsuccessfully to set up Elwood for the police Com in g : Dusty helps Meg get her life back on track BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Stephanie tried to spare Ridge pain by concealing Steffy and Rick's relationship only for him to overhear Rick talking about the romance to Brooke A high-speed chase ensued that a l most cost Ridge the life of another child Steffy was pre pared to sacrifice romance in her promise to Ridge but Rick refused to let her go. Eric learned the truth about why his designs were stolen and placed Rick' s fate in the hands of the family As Thorne awa ited his chance to retake the Forrester presidency Broo k e made a f i nal decision that s parked mixed reactions Learning the true identity of Madame X led Katie to confront the woman unsure about her intentions of working at Jack i e M. Coming: Steffy and Rick know where they stand DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Hoping to free herself of Daniel, Chloe set a wedding date but then told Lucas she can t marry him, leaving Lucas devas tated and Kate wanting to know why Chloe broke the engagement. Kayla forgave Hope for shooting her but Hope crushed Bo when she decided to move in with Doug and Julie needing time to think Brady broke into the Kiriakis safe when Nicole needed to pay off a blackmailing Dr Baker and warned Baker to stay away from her Sami learned that she and Nicole gave birth on the same day Philip's aggressive business methods caused a rift between him and Stephani e Melanie s good mood (after she got access to the blueprints) made Philip suspicious Coming: Sam i is torn over whether to stop EJ' s wedding Sentinel's Top 1 5 Albums 1. A Different Me .. .. ........................ ........ Keyshia Cole 2. lntuition ......................... .... ..... ....... ........ Jamle Foxx 3 I Am ... Sasha Flerce .... ....... ............ ............ Beyonce 4. Notorious ............................ ............. .... Soundtrack 5. BOBs & Heartbreak ...... ...................... ... Kanye West 6 The Point Of It All ..................... Anthony Hamilton 7. The !3allads ........................................ Mariah Carey B. Da REAlist ............ .... ..... ................... ........ ....... Pties 9 Paper Traii ....... ..... .... ... .... .......................... ...... .... T.I. 10. Soui ............. ...... ........................................ ........ Seal 11. Theater Of The Mlnd ................................ Ludacrls 12. Year Of The Gentleman ............ .... ............... Ne-Yo 13. onmyradlo ...................... .... ......... Musiq Soulchild 14. Feartess .................................... .. Jasmlne Suttlvan 15. Tha Carter lll.. ........................ ................. lll Wayne WE ARE IN OUR COMFOIU' AaLe MrOQ...E CI,.ASS cONDO w,.;u .. .e Pe<>Pt.E ARE ST'ARVIN$ IN TH. E WORLD. GENERAL HOSPITAL: With fire engulfing the hospital, Sonny and Carly heroically tried to escape Nikolas rescued Rebecca who i n turn freed him when he became trapped Jason tried to save Sam, who was in dire straits and Maxie was in peril searching for Spinelli. Claudia spotted the DVD but Olivia got to it first and destroyed it believing she's helping Kate Emma was in critical condition at Mercy Hospital from pneumonia but began to recover as Robin comforted her Trevor got hold of one of !he spheres of p oison and threatened to dro p it over the side of the building. Lucky was reunited with Elizabeth, sharing a passionate kiss. as Sam locrl :::0 -< 1\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 :::0 c )> en m z :::1 z m r-1 I]J c rr-!!l z "'D c:: I]J r-c;; % m c m < m :::0 -< c: m en c )> z c ., :::0 c -: C) m 1\)

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0) 0 0 N (0 > a: <( :::1 a: m w u. c a: u. c LK COUNTY . Parade Scenes WWAB, Lakeland Radio DJ Announcer, the ever-popular Reese King, at the Annual MLK Jr. Enjoying the 30-minute parade, honoring the late, Dl'. Parade. Martin Luther King, Jr. was Mrs. Dorothy Robinson, tenants and friends. a: u.. c z <( c en w :::::1 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m :::1 D.. z i= w _, _, :::1 m I _, w z i= Retired Z Ms. Linda Borchert, City Hall, Lakeland, recently retired a Supervi or of th Purcha ing m Department after 20 years. She is shown with her soul daughter, that' right! Gloria Jennings at a surprise Christmas Party. a: Anniversarv I Binhdav Celebrated The Bennett's, James and Sandra (Grier) Bennett had a double celebration. James .. birthday was Jan . 2nd and Sandra s birthday was Jan. sth. They also celebrated a wedding anniversary. They are members ofNe' Bethel AME Church. 0 _, u. Picture From The Past ( m I Local Chapter Hosts Alpha Kappa Alpha Neighhmhood Meeting. Gamma rhcta Omega Chaptet of Alpha Kappa Alpha Smol'ity was host for the 19 7 5 Neighborhood w Meeting of Cluste II South Atlantic Region. The one-day session wus held Satunlay at the Holiday lnn-Ahpmt. Participating chapters were Tampa, Odnndo, Ft. (!) Myers Lakeland, St. Pctctsbutg and the U nivet s it y of South Flmida. Visiting sm ot'.'i included ( 1 t): H e len Davis :nul Florence Jones, St. Petersburg. nnd \ nncilla r!f. Williams, Carrie Gilling,'i, I .atha Speed, Pearline .Joel and I .coniine Neshitl, nil of I J tl
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Polk County News NBNADayOn Capitol H ill Representing 150,00 0 n urses s peaking i n o n e col lective, power ful voice, r eaching b eyond the c om munity ... o n F ebrua r y 6th and 7th, 2009, t h e N ationa l Black Nurses Association ( NBNA ) will host its annua l Nationa l B l ack N urse s Day o n C a p ito l Hill. The purpose of this gathering is to discuss with legislators the nursing shortage, the nursing profession and healthcare disparities. For further information call 1-800-938-4827 18th Annual Tri-District Reunion Held What a time! What a time! What a reunion time! On January 24th-25th, 2009, the Church of God by Faith, Inc. (COGBFJ in Winter Haven, Florida, Elder C.A. McKnight, Pastor, was the host site for the 18th Annual Tri-District Reunion. The theme was Remembering the PAST, Accepting the PRESENT, and Embracing the FUTURE. Thi s annual reunion is purposed to bring together, in fellowship, the churches that serve und' e r the Nation al COGBF w i thin t h e Dayton a Di strict, Elder Alonzo Smith, District Superintendent (Ormond Beach COGBF St. Paul C O GBF, Mt. Pleasant C O GBF, Sanctuary of Pra ise COGBF, Emmo n s Memorial C O G -SF New Beginning C O GBF, St. Eli zabeth Pra ise & W o r ship Cente r COG B F The -H o u s e of R efuge COGBF) Elder Alonzo Smit.l:i, District Superint e n d ent; Tampa W e s tCoas t Di strict, ( C learwater COGBF, Pra i s e & Deliverance COGBF, Britt Chapel COGBF, B artow COGBF, Victory Temple COGBF (Lakeland) Little Rock COGBF, N e w Life COGBF) Elder James Williams, III, Distric t Superintendent; and South Florida Di strict (D avenport COGBF, L ake Alfred r,<;tory Temple Unite d COG):t;'F,',. COGBF, Bous e of Frais e COGBF, Antioch COGBF, Winter Haven COGBF, Lake Wales COGBF, Crace Temple COGBF, and St. Paul COGBF-Haines City ) Elder Herbert Green, Jr., Di strict SuRerintendent. In the opening service on S aturday afternoon, the South Florida Di strict was in charge. The progra m p articipants were a s follows : Elder Freddie Bird, Presiding, Pray e r -Elder C.M. Fogle, Jr., Scripture -Elder Eugene Lunsford; G r eetin g s -Elder c .A. McKnight; R eflection s b y Mother Willie N eal Lewis, Mothe r Margare t Faison, Mothe r Eldora Ceasor; I n trodu c t i o n o f Teach e r Elde r F r eddie H i rd; a n d T h e Teach e r Elder H erbert G reen Jr. O n Saturday evening, t h e T ampa West Coast D istrict wa!:l in c h a rge o f ser v ice w i t h Elder c alvin McDonald, Presiding; P rayer -Elde r Neal Phillips; Scripture Elder Harvey Lawrence; Introduct i o n of Speak e r -Elder Cal vin McDona ld; and S peak e r E lder James Williams, III. The we e k end .concluded with the Daytona District being in charge of the Sunday Midd a y Worship, with Elder George Jackson, pres iding ; Praye r -Minister Martae Wilson; Scripture -Elder Joe Powell; Introduction of Speaker -Elder George Jackson; and Speak e r Elder Alonzo Smith. Closing remarks and benediction were g i ve n b y Elder Green. Songs of Pra ise were r ende r e d throughout the week end by the Combine d Choirs of TriDistrict unde r the director ship of Sister Rosalyn Jenkins. Happy Birthday! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to Church _of God b y Faith Past o r and District Fath e r Elder Thomas Faison, Jr.; Florida S entine l Bulle t i n Presid ent/Comptr o l l e r C Blythe III; Auburnda l e High Sch ool Coach Paul Green, and Roy Calhoun o f P o l k C i t y, F L ; a s each o f t h e m c e l ebra t e a noth e r n a t a l day o n F ebrua r y lOth B e l a t e d H a pp y Bi r t h day wi s hes a r e extende d to Mother Margaret Faison ( J a n 3 0 t h). May t h e Lord b'l e s each of you with m a ny, m a n y m o r e birt h d ays Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This wee k s Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goe s ou t to B elle Glade Florida s own Pittsburgh Steel e r Santonio Holmes. A s m a n y read e r s pro b ably know Holmes cau ght t h e winning touc h down ( w i't h ess thari.' a minute o f Supe r B ow l xLIII game time r e m aining) tha t resulte d in t h e Steel e r s 2 7 2 3 win over t h e Ar i zo n a Cardinals. What a s pectacu l a r cat c h!! Shaw-Nuf shouts out C ONGRATULA TIONS!!! t o Supe r Bowl XLII MVP Santonio Holmes, Coach Mike Tomlin, the Pittsburg h Steel e r s and all o f y our f a mil y fri e nd s and f a n s o n your a w e s o m e Supe r B owl XLIII victo r y!' Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk w a n t s t o hear from you. S h a r e your exciting n e w s and/o r photos of your ce l ebrati o n s s p ec i a l e v ents birthdays, annive r s arie s w edding s f a m i J y r e union s e t c with t h e read e r ship of' t h e Florida S enti n e l B u ll e ti n a n d S h a w Nuf Talll b y s e n ding a n emu il to: r J--"....,_,<="-""!.!.! o r c alli nf{ (86:3) Birthday Celebrant Mrs. G l a dys Leggett celebrated her 89th birthday o n F ebruar y 4th w ith fami l y and fri ends. She has been a Sen t inel s upporter s ince 1 993 S h e i s t h e G r a nd La d y o f t h e Lak e l and C h a pter of t h e NAACP and oth e r civ i c o rganizati o ns. Hop e you enjoye d you r natal d ay. February Birthdays H a ppy birthday to the following folks cel ebrating birth day s in February. Pilarrim Rest Freewill Baptist Church Bishop Henry Rodmon, Sr., Pastor a nd congre g a tion extend birthday wi s hes to : Frances Hadley, Brittany Branton, Dominique Rodmon, Mary Branton, Rillar Durr, Christopher Clark, Elderess Felicia Sanders, Ronald Rodmon, Lillie R. Hall a nd Alphonso Howard. First Baptist lost. Church Rev. Alex Harper, Sr., Pastor and m embe r s send birt hday g r e e t ings to : Gow Fields, Bryan Speed Vivian Small, Dea. Willie S peed Earl G r ant, R e v G l e n Brow n Edward H enderson and Freddie Ad a m s Als o cel ebrat in g t h eir natal days a r e Rev. Alex Harpe r and Firs t Lady Mrs M artha Harper. H a pp y a nrti ve r a r y t o Mr. a nd Mrs Lawre n c (Linda) S il a Get W ell Get w e ll wis h go out to t h e fol l ow i n g : Brothe r Charles "Bubba" Hamilton, Sis t ers Thereather Williams-Lewis, Johnnie Flynn ( Connecti c u t), Elle n Smith, Joy Hick, Mothe r B e s s i e Melton, B etty Moore, Bess i e Smith, Cora Gatlin, Cookie "Nana" Baldwin, Don Tillman, H enry Walke r G eorge Cox, Sr. a nd L eola Abraham. Blue And White W e Do Proudly Wave W a shington Park Hig h c h oo l and R o h e ll e H i g h Sch oo l, n ow know n a s W a shing to n Pa r k I Roch lie Alumni Assoc iati o n Inc recen t l y e lected offi c e r f o r 2 0 09 : P r e s id e n t -Freddie C. Austin, Vice P r e side n t -Ronnie Hogan, R ecording Secretar y -Barbara S. Holman, orre p onding S e c retary -Ronnie Hogan, Treasure r Euge n e Williams Pa rli a m e ntari a n -M1s. Ernie B. Willia ms, Se r g a n t At Arms -Audtey F iggs C h upln n H istori a n -Pug h a n d I inanc ia l !::iccr ctar y Bcvc d y B ontwtig ht.. Committee Members a r e: Souveni r Book s Chairperso n C Pugh, Boatwright and Freddie Austin, T i c kets -Eugene Williams Host I Hostesses Jacquline Speed ( C h air) a n d Ronnie Hogan (Corpo rate S pon sor), Sc hool Coo r dinator Freddie A ustin, C lass B B oatwright, Program -Jacquline S peed (Chair) Finances -Eugene Williams and B. Boatwright. The Association is making a plea and invites all former Washington I Rochelle cla s s m embers to come and join them a s they go forward with you all in mind' For more information, you may contact President Freddie Austin at ( 863 ) 68 8 -210 0 Hello! A fri e ndl y H e llo g oes out t o : Loretta Lott Beasley, Lola King, Presiding Elder Rev. Frank Bernard Lemon of the "Lively" L a kel a nd District of the A M E Church, Mrs. Williams of North Texas Ave., Pastor Barbara Giles, Pastor and CoP a s t o r William F. Boss a n d Sharon F. Boss, Grady Palme r V era HollomanOwens, M s C a rrie S p ence r Caroly n Mat h er, Mrs Wilhelmina Simmons, Elizabeth "Sammi" Abrams Dwight Watson, Craig Smith, Exalted Rule r Harle m Turne r Willie Stembridge and G eorge Griffins ( m ember s of Rose H eights # 3 18), Harold Silas Stanle y H a w thorne, Mildre d M cMillon, is. McMillon, M s Mack" G e n eva Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Vonnie (Agnes) Taylor, Pat Neloms, Phillip Chatmon, Mrs. Freddie B. Woodson, Rev. N S Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny (Valda) Browning, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jenkins and Alexander Jenkins. Founders Week The F l o r i d a The ological e min a r y & Bibl e ollege will o b e r v t h e i r Annua l F ounde r s W ee k F ebrua r y 9-WAYMAN A. JENNINGS, JR. G one, b u t n o t forgotten. The family 12 2009 The theme is: "'L earning from t h e Past, Seruing t h e Pr esent, and Pr eparing f o r the Future n The even t will be held at First B a ptist Institutional Church, 932 Ma rtin Luther K ing J r Avenue, L akeland, Rev. Alex Harper, President and Host Pasto r Pastors/ M i nisters and Wome n's Conference is Feb. 11, 200 9 f r o m 9-12 noon Black Firsts In Florida Gwen Sawyer-Cherry, M i a mi De m ocrat, first .Blac k w oman e v e r to serve i n t h e F l o r i d a H o use o f Representatives, elected in 1970. A F lorid a A& M cum l a u d e g raduate in Law She wa kil l e d i n a ca r a ccid e n t 1979 i n Miami Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs ( 1 827 1879 ) first Bl a ck t o serve o n t h e Florida Cabinet w h e n h e was c h osen as S e c retar y of State b y Gov. Harrison Reed in 1 8 6 8 A s Superintendent o f Publ ic Instructi on i n 1 87 3 he establis h e d t h e State's first Publi c S chool S y s tem. Gloria's Things & Other Things Quotes Nothing great in t he world has been a c c ompli shed without passion GWFHEGEL G enius does what it must, and talent does w hat it can. OWEN MEREDITH "T1 m CD :IJ c )> J:J -< Ol 1\) 0 0 1.0 "TT r-0 :IJ c en m z ::j z m r:CD c r rm ::j z 'tJ c CD c en ::::t m c m < m :IJ -< ...... c m en c )> z c "TT :IJ c

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en Polk County News Schools Celebrate 35-Year Reunion The classes of 1973 from K.a thleen Senio r High School and Lakeland Senior High School recently held their 35th class reunion. The event was as follows: elcome & Occasion -Toni Lewis Gurganious, Invocation Brenda Lattimore McNeil, Class Roll Call James Bennett, Recognition of. Deceased Class Members -Wendell McCoy, Blessing of the Food -Shirley Ingraham, and dinner was served followed by dancing The 2008 Class Roster members in attendance were: Billy Anderson, James Bennett. Bruce Black, Jerome Burton, Charles Denson, Sandra Brown Glover. Augusta Bowers Grace,. Denise McCreary Green, Toni Lewis Gurganious, Shirley Ingraham, Wanda Hixon Jackson, Wanda Johnson, Wendell McCoy, Brenda Lattimore McNeil, Randell Mobley, Enorris Moore, Calvin Peterson, Timothy Roundtree, Laddie Speed Russell, Betty Mitchell Sanders, Kenneth Thornton, Laura Hill Thornton and Trudy Schofield Williams. Deceased class members are: William Craft, Yvonne Crawford, Leon Goodman, Isaiah Harris, James Hill, Marilyn Johnson, Carl Ray Jordan. Stencil Joyner, Johnny Long, Cassandra McCann Mitchell, Andrew Mcintyre, Rhonda Parham Thomas, Porchia p arrish, Clyde Robinson, Nathaniel Walker, John Whitehead and Kathleen (LaCat) Williams. The Class Officers are: President -Toni Lewis Gurganious, Treasurer -Augusta Bowers Grace, and Assistant Treasurer -Wanda Johnson. Couple bchanues Wedding Vows Amorous, special exquisite, delightful beautiful are a few words that best portray the wedding ceremony of Lesfie Harris and Elias Diggins. On New Years Eve, Wednesday, December 31,2008, Leslie Harris and Elias Diggins were joined together in Holy Matrimony Reverend Billy Shaw is Shown with his family, Michelle, Brittany and Bradon Nelson. McArthur and Barbara Carpenter, uncle and aunt of the bride. weddllna guests werez Josephine Howard (I) and Jonita Howa'rdWUilams (r). Mr. and Mrs. Alexander (Chaundra) Fredrick, cousins of the bride. Beth Ramthun 0) and her mother,.Mabelle FUmon (r) with the bride. \ I ,o\ ' The bride with friends and family are Candyace Harden, Leticia' Shaw, Melissa Pryce, Alelsha Shaw, a,nd Valeka Howard. !".... .. ..... ..... .. .. ... J ............ :. ..

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THOSE WHO HELPED PAVE THE WAY Jim Dent George Grant John Shippen, Jr. Rhonda Fowler Theodore 11Rags11 Rhodes Ann Gregory Harold Dunovant Renee Powell Lee Elder Eldrick "Tiger11 Woods .-:= ,:' :: -: .. :-: ... -:> : :; f: . . ;

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! [History In 6oH > 1 Historv Of RouersPark Golf Course w LL > <( c a: LL c LL c z < c U'J w :::: ... rt w > w c w %: U'J :::i m :::: Q. z -"...1 ...1 :::: m ,_:.. w z z w U'J < 0 0 ...1 LL G.D.ROGERS ... Rogers Park Golf Course was named in his honor During the segregation era, the only park that African Americans were allowed to visit was nestled on the banks of the Hillsborough River. It was named in honor of businessman and community activist, Garfield Devoe (G. D.) Rogers. Known as R ogers Park, th e area was a meeting place for families to socialize after church on Sundays It remained that way for several years. However, Blacks were not allowed to play golf at the prestigious Palma Ceia an d B a be Zaharias Golf Courses in Tampa. The men, who served as caddies, wanted a IN CELEBRATION OF TAMPXS RICH HERITAGE LINDA SAUL-SE TAMPA CllY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3 AT LARGE Let Us Celebrate Oar PROUD & RICH HERITAGE During BLACK ffiSTORY MONTH Michelle B. Patty AUto Accidents Referral Service I (81'3) 495-3702 1-352-4200 WlLUEBl.ACK . First Head Golf Professional At Rogers Park golf course where they would be allowed to play. They requested permission and then Mayor Curtis Hixon consented to the course being constructed. The volunteers designed the first 9-holes course at of the park. It officially opened in 1952 with Willie Black serving as its first Head Golf Prof essio nal. It became the third golf course in the city limits of Tampa In 1976, C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., Chairman of t.h.e of .fl9 .r.iPa Sentinel Bulletin newspaper, and Dr. W. W Andrews, both Tampa SP.orts A1.1thority. meiJ1bers, a nd several others played prominent roles in obtaining funding to the golf <;ourse. The city designated $4,00 ,000 for the renova tion The city also donated-----..;t;;: .. ComfS:C; The official Certificate .0 nduction into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame hangs o n -the wall at the Rogers Park Golf Course, 7911 N. Willie Black Drive, in Tampa. (Photo by Brunson). -additional property to National Black Golf Hall of enlarge it and insU!}l jln ifrt_ f.a me because of the manner-: gation system was installed as well. In 2000, another $'4 million was used to further ovate the golf the PGA sta rida rds and tc) update its irrigation system. In 2001 a new mainte-=nance compourid was com. plet-ed, and in 2002' a new clubhouse was built. On Thursday r April to ; 2008, Rogers Park Goif Course was'inducted into:the in which it was originally constructed by hand. All of the tree removal and shap ing was done by hand by a ; group of volunteer goff' enthusiasts. Other who have served as Head Golf Professionals at Rogers: Park include Charlie Owens, Harry Morrow ; Mike Cooper, Larry Brlinner, Kennie Sims, Bill Gainer, and pro, Vincent Reid. ) f., Formation 01 The-United .GoH Association Many Blacks learned the game of golf while working as caddies Although there more than s,ooo golf faCilities in the United States in 1939, less than 20 wel comed the Black golfer. Despite the racism and discrimination, Black golfers CQJltinued to play the game. However, the Black golfer persevered. Men such as Charlie Sifford and Lee Elder went on to become respected as professionals. Others such as Teddy Rhodes, James Blaek, Bill Spiller, Nathaniel Starks, and Joe Roaeh enjoyed less popularity and opportunities. In the 1920s, African American golfers founded the United Golf Association (UGA) as a golf touring professional touring group tq combat the racism experi enced when they attempted to join the Professional GQlf Association of America (PGA). The organi7tation successfully maintained its "all-white" status until1961. The UGA played in sever al cities including Tampa and Miami. The Miami competition, called the North .. South Tournanient, was played in Miami Springs and was considered of'the best organized 'on the 'cir:cuit. The organization spon-.sored its first National Championship at the Shady Rest Golf Club in Westfield, New Jersey, on July 4, 19i5. Significant Dates In Golf History 1154 Harold Dunovant tumed pro and was one of the first Black golfers to attend the PGA Business School In Long Beach, California. He became the head pro at Mlnorcas Golf Course In Winston Salem and the founder of the National Black Golfers Hall of Fame. 1158 Ann Gregory became the first African American to enter the U.S. Amateur Championship 11eld In Indianapolis, Indiana.

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"TI-__ G_o_lf _____________________________________________________ j Dentist's Invention Improves Golf Tee "TI m ttl :a c: ):> Dr. George Grant was a dentist who had a passion for the game M golf. After playing the game, he realized that he could improve the game by inventing an object that would hold the ball steady before it was hit. Dr. Grant was not satisfied with the manner in which the game was played. Golfer-S had to tee up the ball. He invented a better golf tee and received U .S. Patent -638,920 for his invent;iol.l. on . . E _&. December 12, 1899. : ::--_-. b)t. GE.0RGE GRAN{ ... His tee was designed tq -:: .;_ : of sit in the ground. He was :... Impr.oved Golf Tee third person in Amel'ica to --, .. receive a patent for the golf Butler Wilson, an tee. 1884 Boston Law School His golf partners, includ-graduated, played at ing Civil Rights activist,-: __ Arlington Heights, a suburb Archibald Grimke, noted of Boston restaurateur Howard Lee, Dr. Grant was also rec-First Bl a .cl To. Compete In The u. s. Open Golf Tournament The golf course held its first U. S Open on July 18, 1896, and because Shippen Jr., had learned the game so well, he was encouraged to enter. However, his entry was met with racism. Whether it was because USGA President Theodore Havemeyer refused to hold the tournament without 16-year-old Shippen playing, because it was said that Shippen was half Indian (because of his light _: or because ; : Osiar::Bunn, a full-blooded . Shiiinecock Indian entered JOHN M. SHIPPEN Jll. ... The first Black to play 1896 r ..... are different of how John. Matthew Shippen, Jr., became the first AfricanAmericap to compete in the U.S. Open. The historic event took place on July iB, 1896. John Shippen, Sr., a Presbyterian minister, would take his son, John Jr., with him as he served as pas. tor-at a church on the Indian ReservatiO:n in Southampton, New YoJk. After residents pur-' chased So areas of the land to build a golf course, known Hills, the yo _bnger Shippen was taught how to caddy and play golf by the owner, Scotsman Willie Dunn. 1iie. competition, the_ youth -:..were allowed to play. Havemeyer reportedly informed the group of protestor' s that Dunn and Shippen would play even if they were the only two com petitors. Shippen finished with an 81, for a is9 total, sth place and a $10 prize. Shippen continued to play until his retirement in 1960. He died in 1968, at the age -of-79. He played .in. the U -S, Open 6 during his 'ciue'ei: In 1995, the' John Shippen Memorial Golf :: was formed. In 2006, one century and one decade after this groundbreaking achievement, Tiger Woods played in that very same tournament. He was still the only player of African-American heritage. School. Dr. Grant returned ognized internationally for his invention of the oblate palate, a prosthetic device he designed for treatment of the cleft palate. He graduated from Harvard Dental School in 1870, and was one of two African Americans to graduate from Harvard Dental sn to Harvard School of 1\) Dentistry as a teacher; but eventually left open a private practice. Academy Prep Center of Tampa Aeademy Rep V.M. Ybor Campus 1407 E. Columbus Drive (813) 248-5600 APPLICATIONS NOW ACCEPTED FOR 5th & 6th GRADE STUJ)ENTS (Current 4th & 5th Graders) The Academy Prep Center of Tampa offers an outstanding private middle school education for students willing to work hard to achieve their goals. Academy Prep Highlights: All students on need-based {U/1 scholarships provided by the community A S'\s!h grade curriculum, including art, music At least one hour of organized physical activity every day Maximum class size of 15, with boys & girls in separate classrooms School in session up to L 1 hours daily A rich & varied extra-curricular program (activities include chess, : daiic e, athletics, and karate) One Saturday field trip per month A three-week summer study & activity session Focus on civility & community service Graduates admitted to schools like Berkeley, Tampa Prep, Jesuit, Academy of the Holy Names, Cambridge, Tampa Catholic, Carrollwood Day School and nationally-acclaimed boarding sehools on full scholarships. A graduate support ----&college . . -I" , All admitted students must qualify for the Federal Free & Reduced Meals Program Important: The strongest applicants will be accepted to the summer program on a first come, first s erve basis. I .... ,, APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR 5th & -6th GRADE STUDENTS To apply for please call (813) 248-5600 Nondiscrimination Policy: Academy Prep Center of Tampa admits students of any race, color, nationality and ethnicity to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality and ethnicity in administration of its education policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 0 0 CD "TI 0 :D 6 ):> (D m z -1 -z m r;m c z "'D c tD r-c;; :I: m a m < m c! m (D a ;a. z a "TI :D 6

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en [History In Golf > a: < :::) a: m w u. >= <( 0 a: u. Golt Pro Creates National Black Golt Hall 01 Fame In 1986, Harold Dunovant founded the National Black Golf Hall Of Fame as a tribute to other Blacks in the profession. His goal was recog nize the contributions that Afl : ican Americans made to the game of golf. Dunovant launched his professional career in golf in 1954, and found a home with the UGA (United Golf Association). In 1960, he decided to become the first African-American Class A teach ing professional. He became the first African American to graduate from the PGA's Business School that same year . Beginning in 1965 D.unovant played the "Negro Tour" until1967. Some of the professionals playing on the tour at the time included Charlie Sifford, who was recently inducted into the World Golf Hall, Pete Brown, Teddy Rhodes and Charlie Owens. It took Dunovant another 14 years to accomplish his goal because none of the local PGA members, (who wer.e all white), would endorse his 0 membership as a member of the PGA of America. ff: In 1974, he became a Class A member as Head 0 Pro at Winston Lakes Golf Club in Winston-Salem Z North Carolina, and was finally elected to member< ship into the PGA. Dunovant served as Head Professional at sev.:eral courses throughout the U. S finally coming W home to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in 1990. Drawing from his own experiences, Dunovant > established the National Black Golf Hall of Fame a: w > w 0 w X (/) :::i m ::l a. Z -HAROLD DUNOV ANf ... Founder of the-National Black Golf Hall Of Fame (NBGHF) because he wanted to recognize African American golfers who were previously denied the opportunity to fully participate in the game. Additionally, the NBGHF recognizes other profes sionals, regardless of color. Since its inception, more than one hundred members have been inducted into the organization In addition to the NBGHF, Dunovant has a son Jeff, who is following in his footsteps His son holds membership as a ClasS A teaching pro. In 1999, the Carolinas Section of the PGA honored Harold Dunovant as its "Junior Golf Leader of the Year." Powell Familv WIIUem :seated, is shown with his daughter, Benee ana son Larry. 1946 William "Bill" Powell designs and opens Clearview Golf Course_, in East Canton, Ohio. 5 .. ..J ::) : m I ,_. Ill z Etl,PA LAW : . :GIBBS &P .. AITORNEYS . AT Ill 0 C a: 0 ..J u. -. or ..0. ' 0 .. M JUSTICE IS OUR '. :" . BEING A QOQD CI-TIZEN AND HELPING THE COMMUNilY IS OUR OUR fl RM J.s RATED BY MARTINDALE HUBBEll, THE. H IGHEST RATING LEGAL ABI UTY AND ETHlCAL STANDARD, WORLDWillE 2: 1'1t<'lflriu g ( !'A l .an:w l f .4ulm[IOI1allt 'IA>.tlt' i.m 1'hat Slt<>IIM .'Vot1J, C:[IIIII.MI'P.f/ l l tml<'/1/ /11!_/ imt }iw r>.:<'i.'lrt, A sit 1i> )u FR. F.() Jfhtmtt lrtfi'tff(lfitiiT f b
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0) f History In Golf > First Woman Goller At Rogers Park Plaved With 2 Clubs III w u. >=' < c a: LL c MRS. GWEN HONEY'' TUCKER a: u. As a young woman living In this undated photograph, Mrs. Gwen "Honey" Tucker is shown with several women who played golf at the newly created Rogers Park Golf Course in the 1950s. Some of those shown in the photograph are: Ms. Ophelia Hopkins, Ms. Evelyna Gillespie, Ms. Evelyn Black, Ms. Irene Scarborough, Ms. Gwen Tucker, Ms. Essie Mae Rainey, and Ms. Clara Davis. C in Hyde Park Mrs. Gwen z < "Honey" Tucker remem-hers going down to Dobyville c School to watch the caddies en from Palma Ceia Golf Course w ::: play golf. One day, one of the t-caddies gave her a driver and she began to play. W Another caddy gave her a 2 > w c w ::z:: en m ::: iron. It was time that Mrs. Tucker developed a love for the game and decided that she wanted to play She became the first Black woman to play at the newly constructed Rogers Park Golf Course. "We would get on a long stretch of land and just start hitting the ball. Golf has always been expensive and we were not able to buy a set of Clubs. I played 9 holes with the two clubs. It wasn't a. z t= w ..J ..J ::: m Saluting Our PAST Honoring Our PRESENT Dreaming Of Our FUTURE w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u. DORfHA EDGECOMB Hillsborough County School Board Member District 5 In Recognition Of BLACK HISTORY MONTH. Congratulations un."'NIIM Making A New Day In History "YES WE DID" .. . : APRIL GRIFf"tN ... just a golf course then, so we played around the kids on the baseball diamond, Mrs. Tucker said. She recalls the families congregating at the park on Sundays and, "Having just a wonderful time. They had a concession stand that sold dr.inks and played music. Willie Black was the first pro there and they even had a miniature golf course at the front that was named Fantasia, but it didn't last long." Mrs. Tucker said not many women wanted t6 play g_olf in the beginning put the sport eve ntuall y caught on and other women started playing. When the W
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.. I The historical contributions o Division of Community Office of Human Rights and _Community Services The City of Tampa is committed to fair housing and equal opportunity for everyone. Fair housing for all our residents is a are an. inseparable part o the culture basic human right that must be preserved and protected. If you feel you have been disaiminated against because of your race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or familial or marit(ll status, please contact us. 102 East Seventh Avenue Tampa, Florid": JJ:602 (813) and .. our nation. (813) -274-5854 Fax www.tampagov.net Pam Iorio, Mayor This adv e rtisement is pai d for by the City of Tamp a wit h fundi n g provi d e d thro u g h a g rant fro m the HUD/ Fair Housing Assistanc program . ::c c m al ::c c: l> ::c -< N 0 0 (0 r-0 c l> en m z -t z m r;al c: rrm -t z c: al r-0 :a: m c m < m ::c < m en c ,.. z c :::D 6 .. ...::

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O'l {History In Golf > a: =" a: w > w c w f/) :::J m ::J Q. z ..J ..J :l m ..:. w z w f/) < c ii: 0 ..J LL .Golf Pro Advises, 'Never Give Up' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor AI; a youngs t er, Jim Dent b ecame in volved in the game of golf w o r k i n g as a ca dd y i n Augusta, Georgia. It was then t h at h e developed a lo ve for t h e g am e that w ould f ollo w hi m th e re m ai nder o f his lif e I st a rted out a s a ca dd y a nd we w ould go down i n the field and mak e hol es i n the g rou n d We pl ay ed for a pen ny a nd y ou h ate to l o se on e when y o u've only got two "It t ook me a lon g tim e t o l earn t h at y ou had to listen t o other peop le. I tho u ght I knew everything, b ut I d i d n't. But, I still don't know how to listen." In 195 3, Dent b egan playing gol f on the Negro T our an d playing at every opportunity. He worked a variety o f jobs t o support h imself throughout the years. "I w o rke d as a waiter and did different jobs as long as I was earning an honest dollar c h a ng e and start helping each other instead of killi n g ea ch other." Dent i s married to Mrs. Willye Dent and a m e mb e r of Rive rs o f Life Church H e is the father o f twin ch ild re n, James, Jr. and Radaidin. He is als o t h e fathe r o f Victoria, 13, a n d twin son s, Josh an d Joseph, who a r e 9 years old. His sons are f ollowing in his footsteps on the golf course. H e con ti nues t o pla y every day that the weather a llo w s And th e advice he gives to his sons and oth ers is, "Yo u have t o w ork hard and learn as much as y o u ca n It's lik e go i ng to schoo l you have t o know everything t hat the t e a c h e r kn o w s Work hard and never give up." Did You Know? ... 1975 I remember such people as James Black, who was probably the greatest player I ever knew I would play with those guys and they would beat my brains out. But, I kept coming back. You have to out work people." JIM DENT Lee Elder beca m e th e first B l ack to p l a y a t th e Masters Tourna m ent at Augusta Nation al. H e w o n the Ryder Cup E ld e r also became the fir s t African American to compete in the prestigious Maste r s Tournament. After visiting Tampa in 1965 to play with Jimmy Taylor, Dent played at Rogers Park and later traveled to Los Angeles, California. In 1971, h e move d t o S t. Petersburg and later to Tampa Dent said it took four attempts before he earned his card. In 1971, Dent began playing with the Senior Tour and will celebrate his 20th anniversary on the .circuit on May 9th which will ... Plays on Senior PGA Tour also be his 70th birthday. During his tenure as a golf professional, Dent has witnessed the country evolve from a segregat ed society where Blacks could only work as caddies to the world today We've had a lot of changes. We've got a Black President and a Black as head of the Republican Party. I would like to see Blacks 1979 Lee E lder becam e th e first African American t o represent the U S on a Ryder Cup Team. Serving As Caddv leads To lifetime In Goll Head GoltDirector Hopes\ To See More Women Goller As a teenager, Vincent Reid became affiliated with th e game of golf by following the path of African American pioneers. He obtained employment as a caddy at Gillespie Golf Course in his native Greensboro, North Carolina He fell in love with the game and while at Dudley High School, earned several scholarships in golf. Reid selected Fayetteville State University, in North Carolina, where he earned his B. S. Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Finance and Marketing Reid also won the CIAA Champion ship and was ranked as one of the top small college players in the country "It was always my dream to folloW. Chi Chi Rodriguez and I became the Director of Golf and later the Director of Junior Golfor both courses from 1992 until 2000," Reid said. During his career, Reid has played with Harold Dtmovant, founder of the National Black Golfers Hall of Fame, and numerous other noted golf professionals. Reid later moved to Tampa and was hired at Rogers Park in 1981. He later succeeded Bill Gairier as the Head Golf Pro last year. His duties include overseeing the VINCENT REID ... Head Golf Pro at Rogers ., polf Course their familieS. In addition to golf, the SpeCial Needs Program teaches lif skillS'to the youngsters. As for his role at Rogers Park Reid said, Every Black player on tour has play _e(l at Rogers Park. It's an honor and a privilege to be the Head Gol Pro at such a great facility, one that has such social value as well as historical value for the community and for the City of Tampa." Reid is married to Mrs. Valerie Reid and is the father of two children. A member of Tampa Bay Church of Christ, Reid spends his BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel StaffWriter L as t year, Kennie Sims was n a m e d Director of Golf by members of the Tampa Sports Authority His responsibilities include the total management and overseeing of daily activities of the three golf courses in the City of Tampa --Rogers Park, Rocky Point and Babe Zaharias Golf Courses Those duties range from purchasing merchandise to maintain ing financial records to hiring of per sonnel and maintenance of the golf courses A native of New York Cit}l, was introduced to the game o f golfas a c hild He moved to Tampa at the age 6f 19 and became a member and an employee at Rogers Patk Golf Course. Sims succeeded Larry Brunner as the Head Golf Professional at the course in 1989 His promotion to Director of Golf for all three golf courses marked the first time an African American has served in this capacity. an4 is the father of two children. He _is a of River Hills Baptist Church Since becoming affiliated with Rogers Park Golf Course, Sims has met numerous men serving as profes sional golfers. His hope is to see more women pick up clubs and take to the course. 1961 operation of the course and to act as CJ the facilitator between the golfers, eb manage the golf course, and supervise W about 20 employees. His passion is to continue his work with Special Needs youngsters and spare time writing and developing programs and brochures City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-192. or by e-mail iholton@flsentinel.com Sims is the former President of the West Central Chapter of the P. G : A. and has been a member since 1998. He has also been the recipient of two awards in the West Central Chapter Sims, 47, is a graduate of Fayetteville State University, in North Carolina, where he earned his B S. Degree in Business Administration. He is married to Mrs. Lesa Sims The PGA formally dropped from Its constitution the caucaslans only" clause. Chrtle Sifford went on to win an Open victory In Hartford In 1967 and another in los Angeles In 1969.

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c a: LL. c z < 0 U) w 1-> a: w > w c w :I: U) ::i m :::::1 a. z i= w ...I ...I m _:. w z i= z w U) < c a: g LL. [HiStOry in Golf Golt Pro savs carts Ended Role 01 Caddies Michael Cooper came to Tampa at the age of 22 chasing golf tours. "I talked to C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; and Alton White and they helped me get started as an Professional in 1979 at Rocky Point Golf Course." When that facility closed in 1981 for renovations, Cooper was transferred to Rogers Park to become the Assistant of Golf Pro Harry Morrow. "The course re-opened in 1983 and Harry was named to serve as Head Pro at Rocky Point and I was promoted to Head Pro at Rogers Park." remained in that position until 1989 A native of Chicago Cooper remained in the T ampa area. Cooper began working with junior golfers in a program he created called the Urban Junior Golf in 1991. That program is now part of First T ee of Tampa Bay. Having been in the profession for so many years Cooper, 52, said the thing that h as hurt African MICHAEL COOPER Americans in the golf profession is the invention of the golf carts. "The elecfric golf carts and loss of revenue left nothing for African Americans to connect to golf. Unfortunately caddying is a thing of the past and that is why we have a whole generation of non-golfers." However, he said, that junior golf is bringing back the interest of African Americans in the game : But, it will take years to restore former 'roles. We had more professional golfers in the 1970s, than we do now While the opportunity is still there, we are struggling to make it common in our commu nity and that is why I'm working on diversity and ways to bring it back to our communities." He is married to Mrs. Melodie Cooper and the father of a son and a daughter His hobbies include jazz and running. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1921 or by e-mail iholton @flsentinel.com

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0) [History In Golf > Head Professionals At Rogers Park Golf Course Ill w LL. ).:' <( c a: LL. WILLIE BLACK CHARLIE OWENS HARRY MORROW LARRY BRUNNER BILL GAINER Since its doors opened in 1952, the Rogers Park Golf Course has had eight men to serve as Head Golf Professionals. They were in consecutive order: Willie Black, Charlie Owens, Harry Morrow, Michael Cooper, Larry Brunner, Kennie Sims, Bill Gainer, and Vincent Reid. Willie Black was the first Head Golf Profes s ional at Rogers Park Golf Course. Black oversaw the creation of the golf course after a group of volunteers gained permission to build a 9-hole course on the grounds of the only African American park in Tampa The volunteer golfers also worked as caddies for players at another segregated golf course. The men removed the trees and created the course by hand. The Rogers Park Golf Course was comp leted in 1952 and Willie Black was named as its first Head Golf Professional. Black was inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame in 1987. LL. Charlie Owens was the second Head Golf Professional at Rogers Park. Born in Winter Haven, on February 22, 1930, Owens played football at Florida A & M University, he joined the U. S. Army. During a parachute jump Owens injured both knees and his left ankle. The injuries left him handicapped when he left the < military in 1952 . He became a professional golfer in 196 7 and joined the PGA Tour three yea rs later. He rem ained on the tour for seven years, winning the Kemper Asheville Open g in 1971. Owens' greatest year as a profession a l came about in 1986 when he won 2 out of 3 tournaments and finished 8th on the money list. The following year, be won the Ben Hogan Award and was inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame in 1988 and the African American Golfers Hall of Fame in 2007. .... Larry Brunner followed Michael Cooper as the Head Golf Pro in 1989. He was the first and on l y white head golfer to serve in that capaCity. J(ennie Sims and Bill Gainer followed him. Vincent Reid is the current H ea d Golf Pro at Rogers Park Golf Course w > w c w l: en ::::i m : Q. z fij .J .J : m ...:, w z i= z w en < c a: 0 .J LL. .it 7111 JiarleJon On December 1, 1955, she changed the course of history and inspired us all. GflCo.sa G}Jar ks .1973-2005 HART Changing to serve you better .,.. w e, HARTinfo Une 813-25<1--4278 TOO 813-626-9158 www.hartllne.org

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The Late C. Blythe Andrews Founder And Grand President 1935-1976 CELEBRATING OUR HISTORY EVIDENCE OF THE LILY SECURITY BENEFIT ASSOCIATION'S STRENGTH AND PROGRESS OVER THE YEARS -1. Had over 650 units In Rorfda and Georgia, all of them built on Christian principles. 2. In the--19308 and beyond developed an educational fund to aid young preachers to secure theological training. 3. Helped to educate and aid high school graduates to secure college training. 4. Has been a strong and solvent financial association for 74 years. 5. Membership swarmed to over 25,000 members In senior and junior departments up to 1970. 8. Owned three beautiful Temples worth over $80,000, one of which Is by all odds, the most commodious and largest owned by Blacks south of Jacksonville. They were bought for cash never have been mortgaged. .. 7. Owned one of the only Black hospitals In the State of Rorida with 33beds. It was bought for cash and never have been mortgaged 8 ThEi Lily Association provided financial assistance to preachers and churches and made charitable donations to the sick and afflicted with out regakJ to lodge affiliation. 9 full time employees to 100 Black men and women as clerks, maids, nurses, cooks, laundresses, nurses aides and_janltors up until de segregation. 10. The Lily Association ow'!ed $15,000 In War Bon ds, five apartments, and 31 vacant lots in the city limits of Tampa during the 1950s and 1980s. 11. The Lily White Rest Haven was built and furnished for $60,000 and never was mortgaged. It had 20 beds for Uly personnel who had come to advanced age or suffered an Incurable accident. The Security Benefit Association now called The U/y Security Benefit Association Is stll/ rich In love and charity, and financially strong. Our Association and Its 2,000 members have no regrets for the past, no apologias for the present, and no fears for the future. The Lord is on our side. C. BL VTHE ANDREWS, JR. Grand President S .KAVANDREWS Executive First Vice Grand President C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, Ill Grand Inner Guard OFFICERS ROSA LEE WILLIAMS Tallahassee Northwest Region Vice Grand President WYNETTE THOMAS HINKLE .Orlando Centrai' Reglon Vice Grand President : GWENDOLYN C. HAYES Grand Secretary MS. ALMA PURIFY Grand Recorder MAMIE CRAIG Grand State Deputy ROSSIE GEORGE Grand Treasurer DEPUTIES Ella Sue Polite M.G. Wade Aletrice Harris Alma Morris Julia Mae Nelson Agnes Jackson Perall L. Keys Wil.lee!l Kelly Rosa Lee Williams Eva Merklson Rosa Lee Harvey Lottie P. Williams Catherine Roberts "T1 r-0 ::D c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 m c r rm ::! z "'D c m c en ::::t m c m < m ::D -< c m en c )> z c "T1 ::D 6

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{History In 6 'oH 4th Annual Heritage Golf Tournament Benefits ScholarshiP Fund c a: LL c z < c t/) The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival (TBBHF) hosted their 4th Annual Heritage Golf Tournament on Monday, January 19th (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) at historic Rogers Park Golf Course. The tournament generates funding to support the Heritage Scholarship Fund geared towards middle school youth with an interest in photography. This charitable golf outing is one of many events during this multi-day Festival hosted by Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc. Participants enjoy a relaxing day of golf while reflecting on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., extraordinary contributions of African w :l ... > Golfers Jim Pinkney, Rufus Lewis and Manny Holston par-ffi ticipated in the golf tournament. > w c w l: t/) :J ID :l D.. z .... .... :l ID ..:, w z t= z w t/) C a: g u.. Americans, and the strength in a heritage of which Rogers Park Golf Course was founded upon "During the days of seg regation Rogers Park was the only picnic area for the African American community in Tampa. The park took the name of its contributor, G. D. Rogers, a Black Businessman. Rogers donated the land Roberto Ramos and Maxon Victor were among the supporters of the Heritage Golf Tournament. to the City of Tampa for development into a park in the 1940's After church on Sundays many families came to enjoy the swings, slides, baseball diamond, and picnic area. Mayor -Curtis Qixon gaxe permission to a group of Black caddies from the "Whites Only" Palma Ceia Golf and Country Club to build a nine hole golf course . The Mattilon DeBose and Rufus Lewis at the Heritage Golf Tournament. first Head Golf Professional, Willie Black directed his group of volunteers. All of the tree removal and shaping was done by hand. Upon its completion in 1952 the Rogers Park Golf Club was born." Ray Mathews was coordinator of the golf tournament. (Photos by Brunson) Carmela Hicks shows off one of the 2009 Black Heritage Festival tee shirts at the golf tournament. Alfonso Savage, Paul Davis, Bill Jones and Willie Cooper were at Rogers Park for the benefit golf tournament. Rick Barnes, Del Peeno, Pat Namion and Ken Tyrell at Rogers Park for the 4th Annual Heritage Golf Tournament. Fred Bell, Sam Hunter, Ray PeterS' and Joe Sykes at Rogers Park Golf Course on Martin Luther King Day. CRT .EBRARTING TAMPA'S BLACK lllSTORY MARY MULHERN TAMPA CiTY COUNCIL DISTlUCT AT LARGE

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[History In Golf Youngsters Become Next Generation Of Golfers The history of golf dates back several centuries to Scotland, where the game was first played. It eventually reached America and quickly took root. It is believed that slaves were the first African Americans to learn the game while serving as caddies for their masters. Blacks began to play and passed the art of playing on to their children. Today, numerous Junior Golf Associations, complete 15"&16"-$795 17" -19-$895 20" $1095 22" $1695 24" 2695 .. .9370' N FLORIDA AVE. '/ TAMPA,FL OPEN MON. -SAT. 9-6 AJANI UGGINS with both national and inter national tournaments have been created to encourage Black youth to practice the art of golfing. Three young men who actively participate in tournaments are Ajani Liggins, Norman Black, and James Coonce. Ajani began playing at the age of 2. In 2002, at the age of s. Ajani entered and won his first tournament at the Bellvue Biltmore Golf Course in Pinellas County. The 12-year-old went on to win more than 40 tournaments in various junior golf tours from the Tampa First Tee to the International Golf Tour (IJGT), and the Future Collegiate World Tour. He is a six-time qualifier for the World Championship evf!nts, including the U. S. Kid s Golf World Championships the Optimist International Championships, and the Publix-Doral Championships. He is also the 2008 Tour Champion for his age group in the Central Florida Junior Golf Tour and the Greater Tampa Junior Golf Association. Ajani i s th e son of Bill Liggins al)d Mrs. Yolanda Cabrera-Liggins. His paternal grandparents are Mrs. Betty Liggins, of Tampa, and Bill Liggins, Sr., of Chicago His maternal grandparents are Dr. Eloise Cabrera-White and Charles White, and the late Dr. Mrron c. Cabrera. A 6t grade student at Greco Middle School, his hobbies include photography, computer games, bicycling, bowling drawing, and sci ence fiction. Ajani also mentors his best friend, qiavani Gilbert, who has begun to compete in the First Tee Program of Tampa. Giavani is a sth grader at Robles Elementary School. Mrs. Carla Coonce Levy is the mother of golfers Norman Black, and 16year-old James Coonce. A golfer herself, Mrs. Levy is proud of the accomplishments her sons have achieved so far. Mrs. Levy not only teachers golf, but is an NORMAN BLACK ., r 0 0 > C/) m z :j z m r I aJ c: JAMFS COONCE J= m employee of Rogers Park Golf :j Club. Z Norman, at the age of 11, "'0 has already demonstrated his ; ability to drive a golf ball two hundred yards or more. The son of professional golfer m James Black, Norman not 0 only perfects his own abili-ties, but serves as an "instruc-m tor" to his friends. His mother said that -4 Norman learned early in life that determination leads to en success and he doesn't know the meaning of defeat whem < he steps on the golf course. His brother, James, has 0 already established himself as '11 a n avid golfer and serves as the Captain of the Golf Team )> at Tampa Bay Technical High < School. James received his first set of golf clubs when he was old enough to walk and con tinues to perfect his He h!ls competed in various competitions and spends most weekends on the golf course, following in his father's foot steps. In addition to playing golf, James loves electronic gad gets and plans to attend col lege after graduation. The grandsons of Mrs. M.ae, Johnson, both youngsters are encouraged to pursue their goals as the next genera tion of young Black golfers. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted as Q (813) .a.,8-1f}:l1 or by e-mail iholtou@flsentinel,com h

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en 0 0 N CD <( ;::) 0:: m w L1. >=' < c ii: L1. c 0:: L1. c z <( c en w ;::) 1-w > w c w :X: en :::i m ;::) Q. z i= w ;::) m 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 tor a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which n was assessed ar e as follows : Folio No : 066119 0000 Certificate No.: 120566-06 F i le No.: 2009-125 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: BRANDON MOBILE ESTATES LOT24 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 41124 SEC-TWP RGE : SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n which assessed : LISA E SPRINGER Sa i d property be ing I n the County of H il lsborough State ot Florida Unless such certificate sha ll be redeemed accord i ng to law the property descr i bed In such certifiCate shall be sold to the highest b idder a t the Jury Auditori um. 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb COurthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please caU (813 ) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity sale location ) Dated this lib dy of Jnuarv 2001 Slgn.ture by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertt PAT FRANK Clertt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Flortcl8 If you .,.. person with d ... blllty who nuda ny .ccommodetlon In order to prtlclpete In this proceeding, you .,.. entitled,, at no coat to you, to the provlelon of certeln ualatence. Plene contact the Clerkr l ADA Coordlntor, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tempe, Florida, (113) 271-1100, extension 4205, two working dy prior to the dt the aervlce le needed; If you re hearing or voice lmp!llred, cell 711. NOT1CI! APfiUCA 1lON PORTAXDHD NOTIC! II H!RE.Y GIV!N, that IAUTI!RNU V U.C: 1Z211 the holder of the Mid ... iflcete for a tax dead to be luuad '*-' number of luuanca,the daac:rlptlon of the property, and the narMSin whiCh -8IMIMd -aatollc!M : Folo No.: 077M1.0700 Certlllc* No. : 120111-GI Fie No. : 20Qt.130 Y-ofl-.2001 DaKrtptloll of Propefty: E 1115 FT OF W 1320 FT OF S Y.LESS RD RIW SEC. 1\W-RGE: 29-31 SUBJ!CT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXU Nama(s) In whlctl aeMIMCI : DAVID R WOU' Said property being In the County of Htllbotough, Stale of Florida Unle .. IUdl certllcele lhal be racte.necl according to taw the property deacrn*l In IUCI! Olftlllcate lhal be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb CourthouM 800 East Twlggl Straet, Tampa FL 33602 on the 28th day of Februery, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Plelle cen (813) 278-8100 ext 4809 ID Y8l1fy l8le location) Oiled thlllJb day of Jenyerv 2001, llgneture by: LAUREN D MERRITT DeputyCiertt PATI'RANK i ctertt of Circuit Court of Hllllborovgh County, l'lorlde If you are person with a d ... blltty who n .. da any eccommodetlon In order to pertlclpete In thla proceeding, you ere entitled, at no coat to you, to the provl1ton of certeln 111l1tence. Pleeae contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tempe, l'lorldl, (IU) 271, txtlniiOn 4205, two working deya prior to the dele the 11rvlce 11 needed; If you ere hllring or voice lmpelred, cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX D EED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC .2289 the ho lder of the following certificate has f iled sa i d certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names In which was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 061089 5000 Certlftcate No.: 117860-06 File No.: 2009 126 Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property: N 72. 8 FT OF S 368 4 FT OF SE Y. OF 't>MI Y. OF NE Y. LESS E 517 4 FT SEC-TWP RGE : 18 -28 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n which a s sessed : DAN CHARLES ANDERSON Sa i d property be ing I n the County of Hill s borough State of F lorid a Unless such cert ifica te sha ll be re deemed according to law the property de scri bed In such certlfiCBie sha U be s old to the highest b idder at the Jury Aud "orlu m 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February 2009 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please ca ll (813 ) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verity sale location ) Dated this lib day of Jenyerv 2001 Slgnture by : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertt PAT FRANK Ctertt of Circuit Court of Hllllborough County, Florlde If you ere 1 person with dl18blllty who needs any ac:commodetlon In order ID participate In this procHdlng, you ere entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlelon of certeln ualstenca. Pleua contact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnetor, 101 E Kennedy Blvd. Tempe, Flortde, (113) 271-1100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the aervk:a II needed ; If you re hertng or voice Impaired, cell 711 AI"I"UCAllON POit TAX Dl!D NOTIC! IS HERI.Y OIVIN, that IAUT!RN!I V LLC 12211 the holder of tha following certificate has fllad said certiflcete tor a lex d .. d to be luued '*-' number and Y'l of llauanc:e, the d&Kriptlon of the properly, and the narMSin whiCh ---.. follows: Folio No.: 011021 1371 Certlllcata No.: 111217 .oe Fll No.: 20Qt.U1HX Y-ofl-: 2001 PRESIDENTIAL MANOR LOT 21 BLOCK H PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 47/91 SEC. TWP-RGE : 04-2$o20 IUBJ!CT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXU Nama(S) In which -IMd: J!UII L. I!OWARDS GLORIA J. !DWARDS Said property being In the County of Hllllborough Slate of Florida Unlele IUCh cartllk:lle shall be racte.nec1 according to taw the property deacrtbed In IUCh certificate lhal be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury AudHortum 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb CourthouM 800 Elll Twiggs Street, Tempe, FL 33802 on the 26th dly of February, II 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Pllese caN (813) 278-1100 ext 4809 to verily 18lllocatlon). Oiled thli lib dey of Janyerv 2001 81gnture by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertt PAHRANK Ctertt of Circuit e'ourt of Hllllborough County, l'lor1da If you ere 1 person with 1 dlllblllty who needs eny accommodation Ill order to pertJclpete In thle procHdlng, you are entitled, et no coat to you, to the provlllon of certeln 11111tence Please contect the Clerk' l ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tamp1, I'IOride, (113) 271, txtlnllon 4201, IWO working deyl prior to the dete the service Ia nuded; If you ere hearing or voice lmpelred, cell 711. TAX DEED NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC #2289 the holder o f the following certificate has f iled sa i d certificate tor a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of I ssuance, the description of the property, and the names I n which n was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: one37. 1118 Certificate No.: 120134-01 File No.: 2009-127HX Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property: BALM ESTATES PLATTED SUBD I VISION LOT 9 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 80185 SEC. TWP RGE : 24-31 20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e(s) In wh ich a ssess ed : JOSEPH S OLADELL S ai d pro p e rt y be i ng i n th e County of Hillsborou gh Stat e of F lorid a U nle ss such certificat e shall be redeemed acco r d ing t o la w th e property de scri bed In su ch ce rtillcat e sha ll be sold t o the h ig hest bidde r a t the Jury Aud H o ri um 2nd F loor. George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East T w i gg s Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26 th day of February 2009, a t 1 0 : 00 A.M ( NOT I CE : Please ca U ( 813 ) 2 7 6-a100 ext. 4809 to verity sate location) D81ed th is lib day of Jmurv 2001 Slgn.ture by: LAUREN D MERRITT PAT FRANK Clertt of Circuit Court of Hlllaborough County, Flortcl8 If you re 1 person with dleablllty who needs any ICCOIDmodatlon In order to participate In thll procHdlng, you .,.. antltled, 11 no coet to you, to the provlllon of cartel n uelltanca. Please contact the Clartt' a ADA Coordlnetor, 801 E Kennedy B lvd., Tampa, F lorida, (113) 271-1100, extension 4201, two working days prior to the date the service II needed; If you ere hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOT1CI! AI"I"UCA 110N POit TAX Dl!D NOTIC! II HIR!.Y GIVIN, that IAUT!RN!I V LLC 12211 the holder of tha following certificate he filed uld certificate for a tax deed to be Issued '*-' number of IIIU8Dce. the d&Kriptlon of the property. and fie DlmM In whiCh ----.. follows: Folo No. : 0107M.0411 Certlllc* No.: 117US.ol Fie No.: :zoot.1U Y-of'-= 2001 Deac rtpelon of Propefty: TRACT OESC AS BEG 3111.90 FT WOF NE COR OF NE% OF NE 14 ANO RUN S 301.85 FT E 386 .90 FT N 15FT W2541.90 FT N 286 .17 FT ANO W 140FT TO P08 LESS E 30 FT FOR RIW SEC. 1\W-RGE: 18-28-20 Su&I!CT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXIS Nama(S) In whiCh -IMd: RONALD J. ljiA YNl Said property being In the County of H .. borough. Stele of Flortda Unll .. IUCh cartlllcate .,.. be racte.necl to law the property deecrtbed In IIICh C1100c:a11 IIIII be IOid to the hlghelt bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb CourthouM 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th dey of Februery, It 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : PllaH ceH (813) 278-8100 ext 4809 to verily .. II. location) Oiled this lib day of Jenyerv 2001 Signature by: LAURIN D MI!RRITT Deputy Cllftl PATI'RANK Clfrk of Circuit Court of HHiaborollgh County,l'kNidl If you ere a person with a d ... blllty who netc11 any accommodatiOn hi onlat' to pertk:lpete In thle Pf'OC"dlng, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of Clrilln IIIIIIIMI. ,.lUI contact the Clerk's ADA coordinator, 101 1!. Kennedy lvd., Tempe, !'lorida, (113) 271-1100, extenalon 4208, two working deyl prior to the dele the rvlce Ia nHded; If you are heartng or voice lmpelred, call 711 .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC #2289 the holder of the following certificate has f iled sai d certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certifiCBie number and year ot issuance, the descripti on of the property, and the names I n wh i ch II was assessed are aa follows : Folio No. : 062307 0000 Certiftcate No : 117917-08 F ile No.: 20011-128 Year of Issuance : 200e DHcrtptlon of Property: N NW N 208 75 FT OF S 258 75 FT OF E 208 .75 FT THEREOF OF SEC 28 SEC. TWP RGE : 28-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( a) In wh ich assessed : ROSEMARY CONKEY ROSS A FERTIC Sa i d property be ing I n the County of State of F lorida Un less such certificate sh al l be accord ing to law the property described in such certifiCIIIe shaU be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tempe, FL 33602 on the 26 th da y of February 2009 at 10: 00 A.M (NOTI CE : Please cal l ( 813 ) 276-a100 ext 4809 to v erify ule location}. Oiled th is lib day of JMUit'f 2001 Slgn.ture by: LAUREN D MERRITT DeputyCiertt PAT FRANK Ctertt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Flortcl8 If you ere 1 person with dlaablltty who neede any acc:ommodltlon In order to pertlelpallln this proceeding, you .,.. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlsloll of certain uelstance. Plean contact ,the Clertt' a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, (113) 2tll-1100, extension 4208, two workl n days prior to the date the aervlce needed; if you .,.. heer1ng or voice lmpelt'ld. c:eU 711 AI"I"UCA110N POit TAX DHD NOTICIS II HIRI.Y GIV!N, that IAUTPN!S V LLC lUll the holdar 'ol the tolldwlng certlflcete hae flied uld certificate for a tax dHd to be luuad '*-' number of the deKriptlon of the property and the DlmM In whiCh ----.follows: Folo No.: 010111.0000 Certlllc* No. : 117141.ot Fie No.: 2001-1M Y-ofl-: 2001 E61 FT OFN 133FT OF S 532. FT OF W" OF P-lW MOF P-lW)(. OF NE )(, SEC.T\W-RGE: 17-28-20 OUTSTANDING TAXU Nama(l) In whlctl .......S: .W.S I!.IHAI'P Said J,roparty being In thl County of Stall of Aorlda. Unlaii;IUC:tl lhall according to law the property clncr1bed In IUdl Clrtllcela ehal be aold to the highest bidder at tha Jury Auditorium, 2nd FlOor, George E. Edgecomb Coul1houM 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampl!l FL 33602 on the 2111 day ot February 2009, at 10 :00 A.M (NOTICE : PluM cal (813) 278-8100 lid. 48011 to vertty .... tocallon). Pllld lib day of Jenuarv 2001 S._,.ture by: LAURIN o ; MI!RRITT Deputy Clertt PATI'RAMK Cttrtt 'of CircUit Court of County,l'loitda . If yoll ere a person with a diNbllhy who needl any accommodatiOn In onlat' to pertk:lpttl In thlt proctedlng, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provltlon of certain alllatanct. P1111a contect the Clertt'a ADA coordlhator, 101 1. Kennedy lvd., Tampa, !'lorida, (113) 2'71, utenalon 4208, two working deyl prior to the date the 11rvlca Ia needed; If you are hHriniJ or voice lmpalrid, cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC the holder of the following certificate has filed sai d certificate for a tax deed t o be issued thereon The certificate number and year ot issuance, the description of the property and the names In which H was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 064680 0000 Certificate No.: 118202-08 F i le No.: 2009 Year of tasuance : 2009 Deacrtptlon of Property: PERRYWOOD LOTS 56 57, 58 AND 69 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 20113 SEC-TWP RGE : SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : MARSHEL P HENDRY, JOSEPH A HENDRY, ROBERT C HENDRY, LINDA WALKER, SAMUEL HENDRY, JUAN HENDRY WILLIAMS, LEONARD HENDRY Sa i d property be ing i n the County ot H i lls borough State of Florida Unless such certiticate shall be accord in g to law the property desaibed In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder a1 the Jury Auditorium, 2nd F loor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs S treet, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February 2009 a1 10: 00 A.M (NOTICE: Please cal ( 813 ) 276-a100 ext 4809 1D verity sale location ) Dated this lib day of Jemyrv 2001 Signature by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Ctertt PAT FRANK Clertt of Circuit Court of Hlllborough County, Flor1dl I( you are a person with a dlaablllty who needs lilY' accommodation In order to pa111dpete In this proceeding, you .,.. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain uelstance. Pie ... contec:t the Clartt'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E. 'Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (113) 271-1100, extenelon 4205, two working days prior to the date the aervlee Ia needed; I f you .,.. hearing or voice Impaired, c:eU 711 NOT1CI! APfiUCA 1lON I'ORTAXDHO NOTIC! II H!R!BY GIV!N, that SAUTMNU V LLC 12211 the holder of tha followtng certificate haa filed said certificate tor a tax deed to be lesued '*-'. number of taauanca. the ot the property and the narnaa In whiCh I--.c1-.. tollc!M : Folo No.: 014732.0020 c.tllcela No.: 111221-GI Fie No.: 2001-1JI v-of IAulnce: 2001 COMM AT P-lW COR OF NE )(, OF NE )(, RUN E 10.81 FT S 741.71 FT E 192 FT TO P08 RUN N 208.88 FT E 104FT s 208.118 FTW 104 IU: FT TO P08 SEC 04-320 SEC.TW'-RGE: 04-320 ',' SU8JICT TO ALL : : ,;;:. .: OUTSTANDING TAXU Nlma(l) In JAII!S MADDOCKS :: Said property being In tha County of S..oiAarlda. 0 untaaa IUdl Clrlllcln lhall be redaemad according to law the property delctllad In IUCtl Clrlllcln ehal be aokl to the hlghall blddw at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor E EdgeComb Coul1hou11 800 East Twlgga Straat Tampa, FL 33602 on the 28th day cl FebNary, 2008, at 10:00 A.M (NOT1CI:: PIHM cal (813) 27&-11100 axt 4809 verify .... loc:atlon). Dalelt thlllJb day of Jtn!MIO! 2001 ,, 0 Stgnn.n by: LAURIN D M!RRITT Deputy Cllttl PAT !'RANK Cllftl of Circuit Cowl of c-ty,l'torkla you .,. '*"" with dllllllllty Who neecta any accom111oclatlon In order to participate In ttlla procHctlng, you are entltted, It no coat to you, to the JII'OVIalon ot certain a11lstaftee. PIHa contact the Cterk'a AOA Coordinator, 101 I Kennedy llvd., Talllpa, .JIIortda, (IU) 271-1100, aJttenalon 4101, two worltlng dlyl prior to the date the atrvlce Ia needed; If you are hHrlng or voice lmptlred, call 711.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC the holder of the following certlficale has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the descrlpllon of the property, and the names In which was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 055111 0200 Certificate No.: File No.: 2009-138HX Year of Issuance: 2001 Deacrtpllon of Property : RUSKIN COLONY FARMS 1ST EXTENSION N % OF TRACT 528 LESS W 458 FT THEREOF LESS N 13 FT FORRD RIW PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 06/24 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 15-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JOSE F. SUAREZ DELORES SUAREZ Sa id property be ing In the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shaU be redeemed according to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 1.111 day of Januarv 200!1 Signature by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertl PAT FRANK Clertl of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain tlll .. nce. Ple11e contae1 the Clertl'a ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tempe, Florida, (813) 271-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREin GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC nlll the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certif1C81e number and 'fNI of Issuance, the description of the property, and the names In which k was aueued -81 follows: Folio No. : 015100.0000 c.mc:.ta No.: 117141-41 File No. : 2001-140 Yar of luuanc:e : 2001 QeKrlptlon of Property : RUSKIN CITY MAP OF LOT84 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 05175 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 08-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL .ouTSTANDtHG TAXES Name<> In KATHY M.IICCUNI! I Said property being In the County of Hlllabotough, Stale . I . Unfna IUch c:ertlfialte lh8ll be acc:or""g to law the property dasc;rlbed ](I ,' wch certlflc:ate shel be sold to the hlgheat bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouae 800 Ellt Twiggs Street, Timpe, FL 33e02 on the 28th dey of February, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Pleeae cell (813) 278-8100 ext. 4809 to verify Hie locellon) DUd IIIIa lib dey of Jan!!lll! 2QOI Slgneture by: LAURN D. MERRITT Deputy Clettl PATI"RAHK Clettl of Circuit Coun of Hllleborough County, l'tortde If you .,. a paROn with a disability who n .. de any accommodation In order to participate In thle proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon of certain 81eletance. Plea contact the Clerk' ADA Coordinator, 101 !. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, l'lorldt!, (IU) 271, extenelon 4201, two -*'"II clayl prior to the elate the HfVIce Ia needed; It you ara hearing or voice lmpalracl, c:all711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC 12289 the holder of the following certificate has flied said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of Issuance, the description of the property and the names In which H was assessed are as follows: Folio No : 058780 0000 Certificate No : 117453-08 File No.: 2009-137 Year of Issuance: 2001 Description of Property : FROM SE COR OF SEC 36 RUN S 89 DEG 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 DEG 50 MIN 59 SEC E 251.97 FT S 41 DEG 58 MIN 52 SEC W602. 73 FT AND S 89 DEG 22 MIN 48 SEC W 339 64 FT TO BEG LESS THAT PT LYING WITHIN S 320 FT OF SEC SEC-T'M'-RGE : 36-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : NORMA Y BENITEZ Said property being In the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 26th day of February 2009 at 10 :00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 1.111 day of Januarv 2009 Signature by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertl PAT FRANK Clertl of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you ere a P.raon with 1 dlublllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain ualatance. Please contact the Clertl's ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (113) 2711-1100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC tNe holder of the following certificate has flied said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certiflcate number and year of Issuance. the description of the property and the names In which H was aaaesaed are 81 follows : Folio No. : 051338.0000 Certificate No.: 1171 H-41 File No.: 2001-141HX Year of Issuance : 2001 Dnc:rlptlon of Property: RUSKIN CITY 1ST ADDITION LOT 1398 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 06139 SEC-T'M'-RGE: Q6.3219 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Neme(s) In which assessed : FIDEL GARCIA JR MARIA UNA GARCIA Said property being In the County oi Hlllaborough, Sl8te of Florida Unleu IUch certlflc:ate lhall IMi red..ned aCcording to law the property described In IUch c:enllcale shell be IOid to the highest bidder at the Jury AudHortum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb CourthouH 800 East Twigg Street, Tampa, FL 33802 on the 2tllh day of February, 2009, at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Ple8H cal (113) 278-8100 ext 4809 to verify Hie locellon). Olllad this lib dey of Jaii!Wll 2QOI Signature by: LAURIN D. MERRITT Deputy Clettl .. AT FRANK Clerll of Cln:ult Court of HlllaboroutJfl County, l'lortcla If you are a pereon with a dleablllty who neecle any eccommoclatlon In Ol'ftr to partlalpate In thll proceecllng, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain a111atence Ple .. e contact the Clerk' ADA Coordinator, 101 Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, "orlda, (IU) 271, extenalon 4201, two working daya prior to the date the aervlce Is needed; If you ere hearing or YOice Impaired, cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC 12289 the holder of the following certificate has flied said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of Issuance, the description of the property and the names In which H was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 010837 .0000 Certificate No.: 117816-06 File No : 2009-138HX Year of Issuance : 2001 Description of Property: FROM SE COR OF GOV LOT 3 RUN N 151FT N 78 DEG 48 MIN W 1029 5 FT TO PT ON CIL OF PLANT CITY-THONOTOSASSA RD S 8 DEG 48 MIN W 263FT AND N 81 DEG 56 MIN W 120FT FOR POB THEN CON'T N 81 DEG 56 MIN W 200 5 FT N 319FT TO C/L OF RD SEL Y ALONG C/L TO PT BRG N 8 DEG 48 MIN E FROM POB AND S 8 DEG 48 MIN WTO BEG LESS RIW SEC-T'M'-RGE : 14-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : ROBERT J. ALVIS RACHELL B ALVIS Said property be i ng I n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property descr i bed In s uch certificate sha ll be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury AudHor l um 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Tw i ggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 26th day of February 2009 at 10 :00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813 ) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this I.lll day of Janyarv 2009 Signature by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertl PAT FRANK Clertl of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with a dlublllty who needs any accommodation In order to partlclpata In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain aulatance. Please contact the Clark's ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, (813) 271-8100, extension 4205, two working days prtor to the data the service Is needed; If you are hurlng or voi ce Impaired cell 711, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC 12211 the holder of the following certifiCate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certifiCale nurnbef end year of Issuance the descrlption of the property and the names In which it wu aneiHd are as followl: Folio No. : 010270.0000 CertifiCale No. : 117713-01 File No.: 2001-142 Year of laauance : 2oot Description of Property : TRACT BEG ON RIW LINE OF US HWY 301411 64 FT SW OF E BDRY OF SE Y. OF SE Y. AND RUN N 236 .77 FT W 15 FT S 249 .5 FT AND E TO BEG SEC-T'M'-RGE : 08-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Neme(s) In which -lied: MAJOR THORNTON UFE ESTATE MAE F OUTEN CIO RI!THA THRONTON Said property being In the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unlell IUch oertlfk:ate ehd be red..ned according to law the property deac:rtbed In IUch oertlflcata lhel be aold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb CounhouH 800 East Twiggs Street, Timpe, FL 33802 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Pleaae ce (113) 278-8100 at. 4809 to Wl1ft Hie locellon) OINd this lib day of JIDy"Y 2QOI Signature by: LAUIU!N D. MeRRITT Deputy Clertl ..ATI'RANK Clettl of Circuit Court of HIHebor'Ough County, l'kK1cla If you ara a paraon with a dleablllty who needl any accommodation In to participate In thll proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provltlon of certain aeeletance. Ple .. e contact the Clertl'e ADA Coordinator, 101 1!. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, l'lorlda, (113) 211-1100, utenelon 4201, two working daye prior to the date the Hrvlce 11 needed; If you ara hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC 12289 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certi ficate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of Issuance the deacrlptlon of the property and the names In which H was assessed are aa follows : Folio No : 057813.1020 Certificate No.: 117332-01 File No : 200i-13!1HX Year of Issuance: 2001 Description of Property : FAIRMONT MOBILE ESTATES FIRST ADDITION TO LOTS 7 ANDB BLOCKS PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 43104 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 18-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JAMES J EDWARDS Said property being In the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certJficale shall be accord i ng to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Auditor i um 2nd Floor, Geofve E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Tw iggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February 2009 at 10 : 00 A.M ( NOT ICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809to verify sale location) Dated thi s 1.111 day of Januarv 2001! Signature by: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertl PAT FRANK Clertl of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, F1ortdl If you are a person with a disability who nHda any ecc:ommodallon In ordat' to partici pate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please coniJict the Clertl'a ADA Coordinator, 101 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (113) 271-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the serv i ce I s nHded; If you are heartng or vol ca Impaired call711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that SAUTERNES V LLC the holder of the following certificate hu flied said certificate for a tax deed to be iuued thereOn The certJicate number and va issuance, the delctiptlon of the property, and In which -UMSMd -81 follows : Folio No. : on42t.toa2 CerU\eate No. : 1111n-4e File No : 200t-143HX Y811' of Issuance : 2oot Description of Property : TROPICAL ACRES SOUTH UNIT NO 3 LOT 3 BLOCK 15 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 45171 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 03-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which -IMCI: MICHELE LITT\.E ANITA KRUCZEWSKI Said property being in the County of HMaborough State of Florida . Unleu IUch certificate lhlll be racte.ned according to law the property desaibed In IUch certlflcete lhlll be IOid to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb CounhouM 1100 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33802 on the 2$th day of Februery, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Ple8H cal (813) 278-8100 ext. 4809 to Vt*/Hie locellon) Deled IIIII lib dey of Jan!!lll! 2QOI Slgnatura by : LAURIN D. MI!RRITT Deputy Clettl PATI'MNK Cie111 of Cln:ult Court of Hillsborough County. l'lortcla If you ara a person with a disability wllo need any eocommoclatlon In order to participate In thll proceeding, you ara entitled, at no coat to you, to. the provlalon of certain a .. letance. Pleele contact the Clertl'l ADA Coordinator, 101 !. Kennedy etvd., Tampa, l'lortda, (IU) 271, extenelon 4201, two working dayt prior to the date the eervlce Ia needed; If you ara hearing or voice Impaired, 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 12281! the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certifiCate number and year of Issuance, the description of the property, and the names In which H was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 0851138.0300 Certificate No.: 120543-06 File No : 2009-144 Year of Issuance: 2008 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. 1 119 .45FTTHN NOO DEG 08 MIN 15 SEC W 25. 00 FT TO POB AND PO INT ON N RIW LINE OF IM-tEELER RD THN CONT N 00 OEG 08 MIN 15 SEC W 219 00 FT THN N 89 DEG 56 MIN 35 SEC E 203 .55 FT TO POINT ON E LINE OF SE Y. OF NW Y. OF SEC 10 THN S 00 OEG 08 MIN 15 SEC E 219 00 FT TO POINT ON RIW LINE OF IM-tEELER RD THN S 89 DEG 56 MIN 35 SEC W203.55 FT TOPOB SEC-T'M'-RGE : 10-29-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which ISSHSed: ESTATE OF LORENDA SUE WARE Sa i d property be i ng i n the County of H i Usborough Slate of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described In such certlficate shaD be aold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 26th day of February, 2009, at 10 :00 A M (NOTICE : Please caD (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to ver'ty aale loalllon) Dated this Zlb day of Janyarv 2009 Signature by: LAUREN D MERRITT DeputyC PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommQ!!_atlon In order to partlclpata In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please coniJict the Clertl's ADA Coordinator, 101 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florlca, (113) 276-1100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are heartng or voice lmpelred, cell711. INVITATION TO BID Competitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened at the specified time for: RFB 0907 AGGREGATES-OPENS February 18, 20M 8 2:30P.M. Bid Documents, Specifications, and Drawings may be obtained from the District's Internet website at or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 3<4604-8899, or by calling 352-796-7211, extension 4133, or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1-800-6103 (In Florida). The Dlabict reserVeS the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause. Malcolm K. wa.on, CPPO, MPA Purchulng MIINiger FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NEEDS ... CALL LaVORA 0 (813) 248-1921 ., c "T1 m llJ :::tl c: > N 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 c > en m z z m r-1 llJ c: r rm z ., c: llJ r-c;; ::I: m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c "11 c G') m ..... ....... h

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o 0 N cD c( :::;) Request for Proposals TAMPA BAYe 1. PROPosALs-TAMPA BAY wATER. A >= WATER Regional Water Supply Authority will receive <( .....,....w. ... T.n.. .. ,.,. sealed PROPOSALS addressed to the INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER at the offices of TAMPA BAY u.. WATER's, 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, Florida c o= u.. c z c( c (/) w :::;) 1-w > w c w :I: (/) ::::; m :::;) a. z i= w -I -I 33763-1102, 1:00 p.m., local time, on Thursday, March 12, 2009. All PROPOSALS that have been timely received will be opened publicly. 2. PROJECT Description The Name of the PROJECT is Northwest Hillsborough #7 Connection Project No.: 07071 3. Location The PROJECT is located in Hillsborough County, Florida 4. General -Description of WORK The WORK contemplated consists of : Construction of approximately 12,900 feet of 12 and 24 inch diameter piping to be installed by both open-cut and directional drilling including connections to existing wells and treatment facilities at Lake Park Water Treatment Plant, and construction of emergency interconnect piping and fittings at Lake Park Water Treatment Plant. 5. Defined Terms All defined terms are found in the Definit i ons Section of the General Conditions 6. Bid Documents Complete sets of BID DOCUMENTS are available Complete sets of BID DOCUMENTS are available for review or purchase beginning Monday, February 9, 2009, at the office of TAMPA BAY WATER's ENGINEER Black & Veatch Corporation at 4890 W Kennedy Boulevard, Suite 950, Tampa, Florida 33609. A payment of Fifty dollars and No/cents ($50.00) in check payable to Black & Veatch Corporation will be required to purchase each complete set of the BID DOCUMENTS These payments represent reproduction handling and postage costs and are nonrefundable 7. BID SECURITY -BID SECURITY in the amount of five percent (5%) of the PROPOSED TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE must accompany each PROPOSAL in accordance with the Instructions to Bidders :::;) m 8. Pre-Bid Conference A pre-bid A pre-bid conference will be held at Tampa Bay Water's Cypress Creek Pump Station Facility IEM i:rl Building, 8865 Pump Station Road, Land 0' Lakes, Florida 34639, Z on Wednesday, February 18, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. Attendance at i= the pre-bid conference is mandatory and all prospective BIDDERS z w are required to attend the conference TAMPA BAY WATER may tn issue ADDENDA as necessary i n response to questions arising at the C conference ii: 0 -I &&.. 9. ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDY Failure to file a protest within the time prescribed in Section 120 57(3) Florida Statutes, shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida This includes, but is not limited to, any objection to or protest of !f'le form and con'tent of the BID DOCUMENTS and/or the actions ofTAMPA BAY 10. PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES STATEMENT -Pursuant to Subsections 287.133(2} and (3}, Florida 'statutes, a person or who has been on the vendor list following a conviction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid, proposal or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid, proposal or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or pubfJC wortt; may not submit bids, proposals or replies on leases or real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform lwor1t as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact bualneas with any entity In ,xceu of the threshold amount provided In Section 1287.017, Florida Statutes for CATEGORY TWO, for a period of 3JJ months following the date of being placed on the convicted .t vendor list. 11. Pursuant to Subsection 287 .134(2}(a}, Florida an entity or affiliate who has been placed on the d;Jcriminatory vendor list may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a lcjntract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for construction or repair of a public building or public work may not bids, proposals, or replies on leases of real property a public may not be awarded or perform wortt as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor or consultant under a contract with any public entity; may not transact with any public entity Dated at Clearwater, Florida, this 3rd day of February 2009. TAMPA Request for Proposals BAYe 1. PROPOSALs-TAMPA BAY wATER. A WATER Regional Water Supply Authority will receive ...,..,w .... T.n. .... sealed PROPOSALS addressed to the INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER at the offices of TAMPA BAY WATER's, 2575 Enterprise Road, Clearwater, Florida 33763-1102, 2:00p.m., local time, on Thursday, March 12, 2009. All PROPOSALS that have been timely received will be opened publicly 2. PROJECT Description -The Name of the PROJECT is Cypress Creek Pumo Station Expansion. Project No.: 6309 3. Location-The PROJECT is located in Pasco County, Florida 4. General Description of WORK -The WORK contemplated consists of : Providing and installing one new pre-stressed 5 MG finished water storage tank ; providing and installing new and modified large diameter yard piping site prep and grading installing generators and fuel tanks (supplied by others), providing and installing one new high service pump and motor and a new VFD on an existing unit; and replace all switchgear for pump units one through four; providing and installation of chemical injection equipment. 5 Defined Terms -All defined terms are found in the Definitions Section of the General Conditions 6. Bid Documents Complete sets of BID DOCUMENTS may be obtained on-line from National Graphics Inc (NGI) located at 203 North Ashley Drive Tampa FL at www ngiusa .com (click on "Online Plan Room" then Public Plan Room"), by fax 813-221-5091 or phone 813-229 0003 for a payment of $350 .00 (non-refundable) for each set of BID DOCUMENTS (including techn ical specifications full size drawings and Generator Package ( Attachment #1)). Please be sure to include contact information with your order NGI will deliver to most Bay Area locations for an additional $10 00 For shipping by other means include shipping account number 7 BID SECURITY -BID SECURITY in the amount of five percent (5%) of the PROPOSED TOTAL CONTRACT PRICE must accompany each PROPOSAL in accordance with the Instruct i ons to B i dders 8. Pre-Bid Conference A pre-b i d A pre-b i d conference will be held at the Cypress Creek Pump Station Warehouse Building, located at !rand O'Lakes Flor.ida 34639 on February 19 2009 at 10:00 a.m. Attendance at the pre-bid conference Is mandatory and all prospect iv e B I DDERS are required to attend the conference TAMPA BAY WATER may issue ADDEN_DA as necessary i n response to questions arising at the conference 9. ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDY -Failure to tile a protest within the time prescribed In Section 120 57(3), Florida Statutes, shall constitute a waiver of proceedings under Chapter 120, Florida Statutes This Includes but Is not limited to, any objection to or protest of the form and content of the BID DOCUMENTS and/or the actions ofT AMPA BAY WATER. 10. PUBLIC ENTITY CRIMES STATEMENT-Pursuant to Subsections 287 133(2} and (3), Florida Statutes a person or affiliate who has been placed on the convicted vendor list following a conv i ction for a public entity crime may not submit a bid, proposal or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity ; may not submit a bid, proposal or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public wortt ; may not submit bids, proposals, or replies on leases or real property to a public entity; may not be awarded or perform wort( as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor or consultant under a contract with any pubHc entity ; and may not trana11ct business with any public entity In excess of the threshold amount provided in Section 287.017, Florida Statutes, for CATEGORY TWO, for a period of 36 months following the date of being plated on the convicted vendor list 1 1. DISCRIMINATION Pursuant to Subsection 287 134(2}(a), Florida Statutes, an entity or affiliate who has been placed on the discriminatory vendor list may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract to provide any goods or services to a public entity; may not submit a bid, proposal, or reply on a contract with a public entity for the construction or repair of a public building or public wortt ; may not submit bids proposals, or replies on leases of real to a public entity ; may not be awarded or perform wortt as a contractor, supplier, subcontractor, or consultant under a contract with any public entity; and may not transact business with any public entity Dated at Clearwater, Florida, this 4th day of February 2009. FOR .YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE Live-In Care Giver For Assisted Living Care Home $1 00. 00/Weekly Room And Board Plus 2 Days Off Call (813) 727-7838 Immediate Openings For Cleaning And Floor Technicians in Downtown Buildings Must Have Clean Criminal Background Call (813) 781-4851 Between 6 A.M. & 8 A.M. ONLY!! You Will Received An Immediate Response Only If You Call Between The Stated Hours HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTANT I $35 ,838 CUSTOWER SERVICE REPRESENTAT IV E TRAINEE $24 752 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY $29 ,5n LEAD HEAD START/ EJ1S TEACHER (LIMITED DURATION) $35 838 MULTI-TRADES WORKER I (NON-STANDARD HOURS} PARAMEDIC (EXTENDED HOURS} $27,164 $32 418 PARA TRANSIT MINIBUS OPERATOR $22,131 SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST $38,168 SENIOR SECRETARY $27 414 SHERIFF'S OFFICE EMERGENCY CALL AKER. TRAINEE $24 710 -> See our web site .at http: //www hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference In Initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AA/EEO Employer View Our Website

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Notice to Professional Consultants Request for Letter of Response Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study Downtown Viaduct State Environmental Impact Report (SEIR) The Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority (Authority or THEA) anticipates seeking Letter of Responses (R LR ) from professional consultant services for environmental plann i ng and engineering services associated with the Project Development and Environment (PD&E) study for capacity i mprovements to the Selmon Expressway Downtown Viaduct in Tampa, Florida (Project), from west of Florida Avenue to west of 22nd Street, a distance of approximately 1 7 miles Consideration will be given to only those firms that are qualified pursuant to law and prequalified by the Flor i da Department of Transportation (FOOT) to perform the Major and Minor Types(s) of Work as indicated in a detaiied RLR that will be posted on the Authority 's website www tampa-xway.com and in the Florida Administrative Weekly on February 13 2009 Add i tional Information : Some or all of the responding firms may be requested to provide written or oral technical proposals or both for evaluation and ranking purposes. The posted RLR provides additional information on THEA's selection procedure communication pol i cy des i gnated contact standard notes and protest rights SSE Policy : This project is subject to THEA's Small Business Enterprise (SBE) policy which stro ngly encourages the solicitation and utilizat i on of SBE firms and requires nondiscrimination on the basis of race color, sex and national origin in its employment and contracting practices Response Procedure : Prequalified consultants are encouraged to submit a Letter of Response to the Authority by 5 : 00 PM Eastern time on February 27, 2009 Letters of Response must be submitted as attached files by E-Mail to vicki@tampa-xway com and will be composed of a single file not to exceed 1 MB in size in Adobe PDF format (unzipped), and will not exceed two (2) pages in length Consultants will be provided an e-mailed Return Receipt acknowledgement of the Letter of Response If such acknowledgement is not received by the Consultant, please call THEA's contact at 813-272-6740 Letters of Response should not eontain links to other Web Pages and will, at a minimum, indude a Project Name I Authority Project Number b Consultant's name and address c. Proposed responsible office for consultant d Contact person phone number and Internet E mail Address e Statement regarding prequalification of consultant or proposed subconsuttants in advertised type of work f Proposed key personnel and their proposed roles (do not include resumes) g Subconsultant(s) that may be for the project h Indication as to whether the prime firm and/or subconsultants are a Small Business Enterprise Starting Pay f'tAvon Representatives !il '"1iii?eded'All J I f 1 ) call ('' 7 3 $10.00$11 .00 3-11 $11.00-$12. 00 i '., Or E-mail COM t Great Benefits 401 k t' Pleasant Courteous 1 Work Environment 'T.C Experience Required L, Apply In Person 1 Health Care Center OfTampa 1818 E. Fletcher 1_' Wanted 0 ,. Oay Care Worker 1 .,Must 40 Hours Training If Interested Call (813) 770-3779 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS Hillsboroug h County Public Notice Request or Qualifications or Community Housing Development Organizations (CHDOs) under HOME Investment Partnership Program The llillsborough County AITordablc Housing Depanment announces its request for qualrtications from organizations de s inng to become dc s rgnalcd Community Housing Development Orgamzattons (CHDOs) for unincorporated Hrllsbo rough County the City of Plant Crty and the City of Temple Terrace Organizations that are approved as CHDO's will be eligible to appl y for funding a s rt becomes available from the federal JIOME Investment Panner s hip Program The Affordable Housrn g Dcpanment r s acce pting applications from not-for-profit organizations that wts h 10 provrde safe and decent hou srng and s utt.lblc lrvrng environment s for low and mod erate income per s on s through serving as O\\Tters. developers or spo n sors of a f lordablc housing units Organrzalwns applyrng fur tins dcs t g natron must be not-fut-p rufit rncorpo rated by !he State of Florrda, and have a ux-cxcmpt rulrng from the Internal Revenue Servrce (IRS) Such organtzatlons mus t demon s trate at least one year of expenence. a capacity to se rve the communrty and h ave affordable housing as a primaty objective The governing board must also be comprised in accordance with HOME Investment Panncrship Program rules and regulations Applications are available beginning February 6 2009 on the web site listed above or by contactrng Maureen Calderaro at (813) 274-6657 or vta ematl at CalderaroM @ HillsboroughCounty org For information and application ronns, pkaK visit the Arfonlable Housing web site at: bttp:/fwww hlllsborougbcounHILLSBOROUGH COUNTY j t;'r eo-w;won.u Beautiful 3/2 Block Home ONLY $500 Down And $685 00/Monthly Ill Own ltl! 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Luft Realty -t c (813) 634-4050 m Or (813) 495-7481 en c ?( Military Veterans )> No Down Payment z c Special FHA Programs ., ::0 Own A Two Three Four c ?( Bedroom Home Many Areas Sizes Free l 0 ,r., < '! ... .._ 4 r .,, ,. 1 \. WaJter Brewer Midland Realty (813) 766-2033 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Townhouse For Lease ,, Gated Community A Low $720.00 Section 8 Welcomed Security Deposit $300 .00 $25 .00 Application Fee Ci) m Call (813) 740-0384 CD n

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House For Rent Beautiful Ready Now 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Home In Tampa Section 8 Only Section 8 Preferred 1213 12th Avenue Available Now Call (813) 621-7493 Call Brunei (813) 735-6288 Progress Village 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 4912 83rd Street $11 ,000! 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths 5 Bedroom/3 Bath Back And Front Yard $35 500! More Homes Available $1 ,200 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted For listings Call 800-366-9783 Ext 5649 Call (813) 661-4292 Section 8 Housing 1616 East ldell Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, New Kitchen $650 00/Monthly New Bath Very Clean $300 00/Deposit Fenced Yard Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 382-6470 Call (813) 335-0076 Or (813) 505-7724 (813) 885-5226 3414 East 9th Avenue Own For Less Than Rent Available Immediately $500 00 Down We Pay 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath Closing Cost And CHA WDH Down Payment Assistance $1 ,200.00/Monthly Easy QualifY Deposit Negotiable Call Now Many Homes Call (813) 770-2003 To Choose From Or (813) 713-4055 (813) 802-688'5 -' 2604 East 19th Avenue NC And Heat 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths All Appliances Wall-To-Wall Carpet Washer Hook-up & More : Central Heat & A i r $595 00/Monthly Washer/Dryer Hook-up : Fenced Yard $750 00/Monthly 35031;nt 11th Avenue $500 00/Deposit More Information At loCation (813} 777-6919 LIKE NEW! GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD! ... .. 3 Bedrooms/2Bath ;:;; North Downing Street $1,100 : .00/Monthly .. : Section 8 OK CALL JOHN AT (813) 309-9988 DISCOUNT MANAGEMENT INC. . $8.00 -1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition .. .. . Friday 0 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition ......... TuHday 03:00P.M. Email Your Ad To: ledwarda0fl8entlnel.com Or Fax 2417 To (813) 248-9218 3007 44th Street 5 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central HeaUAir Washer/Dryer Hook-up Tile Floors Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 241-2341 Clair Mel Area 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath New Carpet Carport WID Utility Room $850 00/Monthly $850 00 / Depos i t Call (813) 623-9988 5909 81st Drive Progress Village 3 Bedroom / 1 Bath Large Yard Near School/Shopp ing $975 00/Monthly Depos i t Negot i able (813) 231-2974 3005 Arrow Street 4/1 Near Interstate And Bus Line No Pets Security / 1st And Last Month Rent Sect i on 8 Wel c ome (813) 789-0760 West Tampa Cute 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Remodeled Home CHA Tile Floors Inside Laundry Fenced Yard $795.00/Monthly Section 8 Welcomed Phone (813) 610-8256 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 313edroom/2 Bath Block (813} 316-8075 2307 N. 54th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block (813) 386-8072 For Application Call813-932-7944 Sulphur Springs Area 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath CHA Fenced Yard W/P Hook-up $1,1 00 00/Monthly $1 000.00/Deposit Sect ion 8 Accepted (813) 900-6926 East Tampa 3 /1 -Credit Problems 1st-$800.00 Last $800.00 $500.00/Deposit Section 8 Call (813) 770-0967 For Rental Fees 3310 East North Bay 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath AIC Un i ts Spac i ous Yard Section 8 Welcome $700 00/Rent $700 00/Deposit Available February 1st Jonda Solomon (813) 239-0600 Or (727) 320-7310 "A Great Place To Call Home" Tampa Park Apartment. Applications Llat has CLOSED. We will post notice in the Florida Sentinel Bulleti n when we reopen We Appreciate Your Interest in Living at Tampa Park Apartments Tampa Park Apartment, Inc. 1417 Tampa Park Plaza Tampa, Florida 33605 Telephone (813) 229-1845 Telecommunications Relay Inc TTY 1-800-955-8771 Volce1-800-955-8770 Spanlah 1-877-tH-8773 Cinnamon Cove Apartments 12401 N. 15th Street Starting At $375 00 On-Site Laundry And Convenient To Everything Call (813) 971-5254 Section 8 No Deposit No Application Fee Will Assist With Mov ing Cost 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments Call Tamara (813) 975-0258 402 West Amelia Avenue Very Clean 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars A/C Carpet T i le $550 00/Monthly $50 00/Deposit Call (813) 391-7046 New Port Richey-Southgate Senior Apartments, 62 + 1 Bed r oom / $435 00 M i n i mum Income Requ i red $1, 500 00 Adjacent To Southgate Shopping Center c }< m Ill ::tl c: )> en N 0 0 CD r-0 c )> en m z -4 z m r-1 Ill c: r rm :::! z "'D c: Ill !: en ::I: m c m < m (727) 847-1110 EHO River Pinee Apartments SENIOR CITIZEN COMMUNITY Active independent living -4 c m c )It z c for 55+, quiet park-like setting, shopping, c transportation, social activities riverfront living Efficiencies and 1-bedroom apartments starting at $360 00 per month (813) 985-4419 Busch Gardena Area BAD CREDIT? No Problemn FREE APPLICATION!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroorn/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $575 00/Monthly Water & Trash Included !Ill Very Low Deposit! 813-244-4551 Ci) m N ... 0

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