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Celebrating 64 Years In The Tampa Bay Area orn1n ras I SEE STORY ON PAGE 21-A STUDENTS SWORN IN AS JUNIOR FBI AGENTS On Wednesday night twenty-five middle school students were sworn in as Junior FBI Agents in a ceremony held at the FBI Tampa Office. The students, who attend Greco Middle School and Van Buren Middle School, completed a six-week training course. Christopher Davis, Assistant Special Agent in Charge was the Keynote Speaker. Special Agent in Charge Steven E. !bison conducted the swearing in and awards ceremony. Members of the FBI Jr. Special Agent Class of 2009 are: Aaron Barrett, Shyheem Barthel, Jasmyne Bostick, Dereck Boulden, Jake Brady, Wildens Cajuste, Nickerson Cerome, Malikah Cross, Aaliyah Elamin, Daitiana Emanuel, Trevor Garmon, Jonathan Griffith, Brianna Henderson, Marlanda Jean-Baptiste, Natasha Joseph, Chantal Knighten, Salvador Monroy, Juan Prieto, Jonisha Sharp, Trey Williams, Nakelia Wilson, and Bryon Wright. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON). carver City Hou Fire VictiiD Di SEE PAGE 6-A Dad, Daughter CliiDb Stairs For Cancer SEE PAGE 2-A -Atty.-To .. Sarve On Governing Board SEE PAGE 3-A Solid Waste Dir. Is A 'First' SEE PAGE 12-A


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This year; Davis accompanied by his 12,-yearold daughter, Deme, will once again climb the 42 flights of stairs in the Bank of America Plaza ih downtown Tampa. The event' will take place on Saturday, March 21st, beginning at 8 a.m. Davis said he began taking part in the event because two of his aunts passed from can cer He said two others are battling the disease now The :second reason i s-because prac ticing for the event and then participatipg in; it helps ,i:o keep him physi cil:lly fit. Per square mile, our station has the most h i gh ings in the state. I don't want to be that guy who can't do hisjob." --A native and resident of St. Petersburg, Davis and Deme practice at the Bank of Ame.rica building in St. Tampa Firefighter Demetrius Davis is shown with his daughter, Deme, practicing for the Annual Climb. Tampa Cancer Fundraiser. Petersburg_on his day s off. walk because more people are That structure has 27 flights starti!lgto of stairs. When in tampa, he One might think thaUL. pract!ces at.the o _!:.._ would ta]se a for the America !,he town Tampa. :'. "';:.;_:..:.:= ::>:, : Currently _,the Station No 60 pounds o f" firefight-: sent s T a Iri:p iL -":. :: Ei r e:,::: '' ing e quipmeiiCliowever, laf!t. Rescue/Omega: Ps i' 'Phi.' year's wlm i er, d.ress e :d"out h i Fraternity. "Th e sta i r climb.' is. __ full rtre fighting .gear, starting to gainmomentum r :.. the top in 7 minutes and 40--and people from throughout seconds the country participate. It' s At 42, Davis is a 14-year similar to the breast cancer v eteran with the Tampa Fire Department. After graduating from Lakewood High School, he earned his degree iii r.a"w WARREN DAWSON Enforcement Administration Western Illinois University. After completing college, Davis worked with the St. Petersburg Police Department and as a Level 6 Supervisor 'in Juvenile 1461 Tampa Parll Plaza @Nebraska Ave & Scott St. The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you FREE written infonnatlon about qualifications and experience! j_o j n !J!g_ thE;!. Tampa Fire Department. A single parent, Davis is the son of Mrs. Juanita 1 and the late 'Davis. When time allows, spen,ds time playing basketball, working out, trav. eling, listening to music and spending time with his daughter. He and his daugh ter are members of First Baptist Church in St. Petersburg. Ms. Jamie Lee Kahns, Development Manager for the ,American Lung Association said more than 700 climbers are expected to participate this year and more than $99,000 has already been r a i s ed. The goal for thi s yea r is $135 ,000. Veterans. Question Answer Workshop Planned. Exalted Ruler Elgin Franklin, left, is shown with Brother Rayniond Broce BY IRIS. B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Bay City Elks Lodge #268 will host their Second Quarterly Veterans Question and Answer Workshop on Saturday, March 21st, from 11 a m. until 2 p m. The work shop wiil t ake place at the Bay City Elks Lodge #268, 2804 E Columbus Dr. (corner of Columbus Dr and 29th St) Exalted Ruler Elgin Franklin said, The purpose of the workshop is to reach out to the community once again and bring the veterans to the lodge so that they can ask questions about their VA benefits. We ask if you have problems dealing With the VA and cannot get the answers you need, come out and meet the Senior Benefit Advocate, Brother Raymond Bruce." Brother Bruce is a para lyzed veteran who has dedicated his life in finding answers for not only_ paralyzed veterans, but for any that needs his help. Axhong his many responsibili ties, Brother Bruce manages and support veterans antl their families before the Department of Veteran Affairs. He. prepares and manages diverse benefit relat ed claims. H;-monitors veteran quality ot care Brother Bruce conducts many presentations to professional and community groups. He has a Master Degree in Education Counseling and a BS Degree in Social Work. He has worked in this field for sixteen years, and he is always available to answer your qUestioq. Others who will be present a t the event are Dr; Kimberly Kinsler and James Ferguson. Dr. Kimberly Kinsler. She is a licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Co-Owner of Dr. Kinsler & Associates, LLC. Dr. Kinsler has nearly 15 y ears of experience working in the mental health field. Dr. Kinsler, who i s a veteran of the U S Army has developed an approach to treatment that focuses on unique needs of the individ-. ual. She has also w orked with the local school district for 10 years James L. Ferguson Jr., MPA., MBA, Hospital Service Coordinator of Disabled Veterans Services representing veterans concerning Disability Claims, Appeals, Hearings, complaints bene fits and care inCluding trans portation. Ferguson, who serves as a Customer Inspector and a Controlled Substance Inspector, retired from the U. S. Army with d \ Service Co'nnected Disability. He is a retired Tampa offic e r. Ferguson has a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice, a Master's Degree in Administration and Business Administration. Exalted Ruler Franklin stated that the first workshop was Sl_lCh a success that he decided to host these work shops every three months. He said he enjoys seeing the VA out in the community helping our veterans because they deserve to be helped. "We are going to continue these workshops until we have reached every veteran who needs help and doesn t know how to get it. Brother Franklin c a n be reac h a t (813) 629-3617.


Features Activist Disputes Storv About lnvolvement With Former Election Supervisor Community activist, business owner, and clergy, Michelle B. Patty, has gone on record in an exclusive interview saying an article printed in the March 11th edition of the St. Petersburg Times is very inaccurate. The article implied that Mrs. Patty was paid $16,000 by Buddy Johnson for work she did during his campaign to remain as Supervisor of Elections. Mrs. Patty said that's not what happened. "First, I never worked for Buddy Johnson, the candidate. I worked for the Superviso; Of Elections Office. I was paid through my company. "The No Match, No Vote issue had the Black community enraged during elections last year, and that's why I got involved. People all over the country were. upset. People were also upset about not being able to wear Barack Obama tee-shirts to the polls. If they did, they were turned away." Mrs. Patty said she has never appeared on anyone's talk show talking about Buddy Johnson. "I was at Middleton in August 2008 talking to some people with my Obama tee-shirt on. I had driven to the College Hill Library to offer people rides to the polls who couldn't get to Middleton. I was approached by a reporter who asked me some questions about the confusion with the precincts. "In October 2008, Buddy Johnson's office was contacted so we could discuss concerns of African American vote-rs involving their ) .votes sup-pressed .:it L .. ; "For m ore thaxr years, I've 'sp'oken" l bb.t on the records of prospective candidates. There had also been proble;ms with previous electiohs," and we wanted to make 'sure that didn't happen again. Buddy Johnson didn't contact me We contacted him and h e put us in. touch with Katherine Harris to address our concerns about the 'No Match, No Vote' issue. We passed out flyers and held voter education registration rallies. I. would never allow any information on candidates to be posted at a registration rally. Buddy Johnson's job was to get the correct informa-ELDER MICHELLE B. PATrY tion out to the people." Mrs. Patty said she. thinks it's sour grapes from the people who didn't vote for Barack Obama to attack her on this issue without first researching the facts. "This was a hatchet job. They (the St. Petersburg Times) are trying to attack my character, and I will challenge anyone who tries to do that. "Why was I singled out when others made hundreds of thousands of dollars, but their faces didn't appear. in the paper? Why are we, as Black people, always held under .suspicion?" Mrs. Patty said she's never any controversy or negative issues concern ing her work. "I'm proud of my work to help put B.arack Obama in office "I also must address the issue of the shrimp dinner I allegedly gavea woman. That was also inaccurate A woman working at the polls : 'said she was hungry and been fed 'with tlie other worker s I reached into my 'pocket and gave her money' to get so.metJ;ling to eat. I never purchased food :and gave.'l.t, to her. 1 didn't 'knoyv ,this arid.,I made no exception 'in case as everyone else was .eating Cuban sandwiches : '. I nevergave anyone money the day before the election, and I think-they (the St. P ete r sburg Times) have twisted the facts in search of a story that's not there. They are out to seek and destroy anyone that speaks out against the sys tem. There are some real issues out there that ne e d to be addressed." Reporter Leon B. Crews can. be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcreWs@jlsentinel. com. Attornev To Serve On Board Of Governors -Of Florida Bar 'TI :c c :5: l> :c (') ::I: ..... w 1\) 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor served as a civil attorney A Tampa attorney was recently elected to serve on the Board of Governors of the Florida Bar. This marks the first time that he has served in this capacity. The election of Attorney Lansing C. Scriven marks the first time that an African American attorney from the 13th .Judicial 'Circuit has been chosen to serve in this capacity. He will serve a two-year term. The Board of Governors consists of representatives from each of the State's 20 judicial circuits, four outof-state representatives elected. by Florida Bar members who reside outside of the state, a nd two public members appointed by the Florida Supreme Court. Attorney Scriven said, "I am honored to join the Board of Governors and look forward to working ATIY. LANSING C. SCRIVEN with other members of the Board and our state judges to address adequate funding of the court system and other challenges facing the legal profession." A native of Jacksonville, Attorney Scriven is a 1984 graduate of Duke University aild a 1987 honors graduate of Florida State University College of Law. Attorney Scriven, who is the principal of Lansing C. Scriven, P. A., has with a concentration in business litigation for more than 20 years. He is also a certified arbitrator on the Commercial Panel of the American Arbitration Association. Attorney Scriven is married to the Honorable Judge Mary Stenson Scriven, a District Judge for the Middle District of Florida, and the father of two sons and a daughter. The Florida Bar currently has more than 86,000 members. The 52-member Board of Governors is the governing body of The Florida Bar, which is the statewide professional and regulatory organization for attorneys. The Board of Governors has exclusive authority to formulate and adopt matters of policy concerning the activities of the Florida Bar, subject to the authority of the Florida Supreme Court. (813) 495-3702 1-866-352-4200 ., r 0 :c 6 l> (/) m Z -f z m r;m c: r rm :::! z "tJ c: m r-c;; :::r: m c m < m :C -< -f c: m (/) c l> z c


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Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Parents March On Tallahassee_ Finally! Parents are standing up and fighting for their children's education. Next week (March 18th), Parent Teacher and Student members (PTSA), as well as, interested observers will converge on Tallahassee, in a show of strength a na advocacy before Gov. Charlie Crist a:nd -the Florida Legislature. Protesting state budget cuts to education, PTSA will be urging the Governor and legislators to place the education of Florida's children as a priority in the state's 2009-2010 budget. We support their efforts and urge as many of our readers who are parents, guardians of children in public schools or interested citizens to support PTSA's efforts. Thus far, neither Gov. Crist nor the Legislature is willing to touch the myriad of sales tax exemptions and corporate tax loopholes, which could easily add an additional $8 billion to Florida's budget. And, our Legislature continues to drag its feet regarding the Seminole Indian Tribes gambling agreement, which has already been negotiated with Gov. Crist, and could readily hand at least $300 million to the state's cashstrapped annual budgef. Meanwhile our continue to be asked to ''domore with less." However, parents are finally standing up to say, "Enough! We're ;not going. t,o it, more!" And "It's abouftime!" --. Now, this is 'rhat you can do. Call 813.:272':..586s"to'let your legislative delegation know how you feel about the issue of Florida Education. Call now! du'r .Cllildren are waiting! .. President Obama Keeps His Word No doubt, History will applaud Pres. B arack Obama for taking a leadership role in stimulating international climate efforts. Also, as he promised during his campaign, Obama has taken a hard line on America's environmental policies (previously not by the Bush administration) and has designated $27.5 billion of the latest stimulus cle_ani)lg up, our country and energy,sources. He has also-charged Todd Stern; Obaina's chief climate negotiator, with hammering out a new international climate treaty designed to reduce carbon dioxide .emissiopsgl;)ba .lly: .. : \, .,--. -1 if .. pie previous treaty, known as the Kyqto signed in 1997 by 37 countries. America wasn't one of them simply because the treaty 'allowed china' to be exempt from mandatory reduced emission levels. ADd because America ignored the_ treaty, many other countries ignored the treaty, as well. Here at home, Obama's stimulus package includes $5 billion for low-income home weatherization funds; '$6 billion in energy efficiency grants for state and: local governments, $11 billion for upgrading the electricity grid to transmit' electricity more efficiently. The package includes $2 billion for electric car research and development, as well as .$500 million for retraining American workers for new jobs In the energy and environ-. c( ment fields ..:t That the production tax credit for businesses engaged W in the Wind energy industry received a three-year extenCJ sion in the package is heartening news, especially for California, a state that gets at least two percent of its Nothing Is Sate From ThlfChopping Block It appears that the econ omy is sparing nothing as it continues to spiral downward. In the latest turn of events, the television show, "Sesame StreetJ" is reducing its staff. On Thursday the company that produces the show said 67 of their 355 member s taff positions are slated for the chopping block. This translates into 20% of their staff being laid off. The company known as the Sesame Workshop produces the show. It also produces the show, Electric Company," which was pop ular during the 1970s. The fact that thi$ show is experienCing financial problems speaks volumes. Its inception came about as part of a study grant and the show was never intended for broadcast. The late Jim Henson created several Muppets that included Elmo; Big Bi .. d, Soloman Grundy, Kerll\It the Frog; Grover, Bhfl, Bert, Ernie; Monster, and Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes. The show i:nade its debut on November 10, 1969. For 40 years, these characters, who ha' ve outlived their creator, hav e entertained and educated yom-lgsters from the crib to kindergarten:. They were used as a method of combin ing education and entertain. ment to teach shapes, colors, problem solving, acceptance, life skills, social skills, arid other characteristics essential to development of young minds Even if some youngsters were too old to watch the show, chances are there were younger siblings in the house. So, it is hard to imag ine that today's children may lose the experience of watch ing "Sesame Street" during their formative years. ; It's still too early to determine if any of the actual Muppets will be pulled from the show, but it's a possibility. But, this is just a sign of the times. If there is not enough money to operate the show, then it's better to reduce the staff than to can cel the show, itself. This just goes to show that nothing is safe from the chopping block. Avuba Suleiman Diallo! Certain historians believe Africans who sold other Africans into European slavery for, trade in. the Americas had no idea that the slaves they captured: and sold would have the opportunity to regain their freedom While exploring fhe Voyages: The Trans -Atlantic Slave Trade Databa se, I discovered a vignette (short story) about a famous Muslim slave by the name of Ayuba Suleiman Diallo, also known as Job ben Solomon. Upon researching DiaHo, I found l>iallo's' ex{lerienc e as an American slave did not deter him from engaging in slavery gaining his freedom and returning to hiscoqntry: Very interesting, wouldn't you say? Although I ha

The Rumbling 01 A Coming Storml rpbis isn't new. As a mat-1 of fact, it happened, back in 2005. It was a horror-story told by a fifth grade teacher who like countless other teachers was preparing her students to take what had become a synonym for dread and possible failure, better known as FCAT. You know the story. Filled with agony, assumptions, false starts and dubious endings, it winds around a crooked stick of measure begun during the George W. and Jeb Bush nineties, that was supposed to secure and strengthen America's sagging public education scene. Part of a forlner president's Leave "No Child Left Behind" program, FCAT -Florida-'s Comprehensive Assessment Test entered into the public education arena like a big foot in a mud-pudd)e, splattering accusation and confusion on everyone, but mostiy on teachers and their students However, thanks to sympathetic media coverage and blindness from a public hungry for any kind of good newl? it could get from public schools, FCAT despite its horrendous shortcomings was welcomed as a breath of fresh air! Said the fifth grade teacher, who would -remain anonymous for good reason "Our district did not supply any test preparation materials for FCAT. So, we were told what materials we could use. Each teacher donated reams of paper for the FCAT tion activities. A joke was even made that we were teaching the test, which in fa,ct the very definition of tE:a ching the test is a riculum aligned to the test." The teacher added, While preparing for FCAT, we didn't have time for such things as independent reading. Everyone, including myself, stopped what they were doing 1;;tpd did what we were told. Frankly, I cannot imagine a ,, -school that as a policy does not have time for independent reading. How am I now going to build the interest and sta:mina of students for a love of boo.ks if WE DON'T HAVE TIME FOR INDEPENDENT READING?" The teacher concluded, she neither thought FCAT was good or bad. But her fear and opposition to the practice was borne out in what it made school systems sink to and caused school principals and teachers to become ... drill instructors and enforcers rather than motivators and mentors Don t take my word for it. any public school cu_rrently gearing up for FCAT. Ask the principal what grade ( A "-F.'') the school possesses. After brief discus sion, you'll probably get the feeling that the outcome of each FCAT test is as much an issue of a school's mainte-. nance of a good grade as it is the measure of a student's comp -; ehension If you're like me, you'll leave the school with a personal sense that FCAT isn't about learning. It's about competing. It's about LOOKING GOOD in its strictest political sense! How much longer can Florida_schools stand FCAT? Students have already begun to rebel. They call it "dropping out!" When w_ill teachers and administrators begin to rebel? Or will the thing merel y continue until, like all putrid meat ; it simply rots and turns to dust? How 'ever, it isn' t meat we'retalking about It's our society! I sense the rum bling of a coming storm! Subscribe rfodav! Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' C -all: 813) 248-1921 .. JJ 0 :: )> -JJ ("') ::I: A Black caucus In Name Onlv I don't know about the City Of Tampa and Hillsborough County, but I celebrated when the Black elected officials met and organized a local Black Caucus. All the Black elected folks in the city and county were and are a part of the organization. I expected some good things from this organization Apparently, the formation of this organization was no more than a photo opportu nity. To this writer's knowledge, there has been no other meeting besides the first one designed to orga nize. They elected officers, shook hands and went sepa rate ways. I can't help but wonder what is their agenda? How do they plan to relate to the Black community? I am well aware that the 2009 Legislative Session has start ed and two ofthe members are temporarily stationed in Tallahassee. But that is no excuse. From the day they orga nized to the time of the legislative session, they had time to put something on the table There are those of us who will not forget that the Black Caucus exists in theo ry. Likewise, there are those of us who expect some lead ership from this group. I certainly hope that as soon as the legislative ses sion is over, the caucus will meet with citizens and together come up with a common agenda that will uplift and make-the Black community better. If the Black local caucus isn't going to work together on some issues that affect Black people, there is no need for the organization. I know that the Black elected offici!lls know that there is strength iri unity. Black elected officials can be more effective working together. In_ the State Legislature there are more caucuses. You have the Cuban Caucus, the Women Caucus, and the Black Caucus, among others The weakest and the least effective caucus is the Black Caucus. The reason being it is difficult to get the caucus members to work together. It is even difficult to get all of them to attend a caucus meeting. The local caucus needs to learn a lesson from the State Black Caucus. The lesson to be learned is to be a better organization. Put aside indi vidual egos and work collec tively. People represented by the members of the Black Caucus need to give caucus members Arthenj' a Joyner, Betty Reed, Kevin White, Thomas Scott, Gwen Miller and Doretha Edgecomb, more time to outline some plans and directions for caucus leadership. Give them more time for action, but dou't for get about them. An organization is not enough. ., I""' 0 :::0 6 )> (/) m z :::! z m r;m c: I""' I""' !!l z "'tt c: m c ,(/) ::1: m c m < m :::o -< -1 c: m (/) c Good Old Rogers Park )> z I am proud to have been a part of the early days of Rogers Park. As a child, my church held many picnics there, and I can remember walking down toward the damn and play ing near the water. A lot has happened to Ro 'ge r s 'Pa'rk''sihce' t'hos e days. It's now an 18-hole golf course, and this week end, it will be tlie lioirie cif the First Tee Program. Rogers Park has so much history, it can' t be pushed aside for the innovations of the future. There must be a way to make sure its history is made available to this generation so they can more appreciate walking its hallowed grounds. Rogers Park is still a beautiful area. Its trees and sprawling greens make it one of the most favorite places to visit in the city. As a matter of fact, it should be a stop for any tourist visiting c Tampa : maintains its hospitality ., Rogers Park means differ-toward those who made it :::0 ent things to different peowhat it is today. 6 pie. Foi: thos e brave men Everyone understands that who sacrificed so much to time and progress changes turn it into a golf course, we things, and no one knows owe more than just our grat-that better than African .itude. These men. did what Americans since every they did bes:ause cluring that .. change the city experi::-. era, African Americans just enc.ed has" come at the weren' t welcome at Palma expense of Black communi Ceia and other golf courses ties and busine.sses around the country. As a We have to be matter of fact ; Palma Ce. ia is what Rogers Park represents st!ll : so mew pat holding on to and we must say so. It's not its past. enough to sit back and listen If it weren't for Roger:s to others talk about Rogers Park, children of the 1950s Park. We .must visit the and.early 19p0s wouldn't course, walk around, and have had a place to go within talk to some of the people the city. Also, local goflers who. were there during its wouldn't have had a place to humble and tough begin-practice their craft. As we enter a new era at Rogers Park with the First Tee Program, it will be incumbent upon all of us to make sure that Rogers Park remains an African American icon and that it nings. Let s pray that Rogers Park doesn t become anoth-er Central Avenue and winds up in the rearview mirrors of the next generation as a place that once was.


g Page sx From lniuries In House Fire < c l:t LL Dear John: I really don't know the best way to tell you this I've de cided that what we have isn't working. You are there and I am here, alone. I just don't think I can live like this anymore. What I'm trying to say is that I'm moving on with my life. I know you love me and I love you, too, but, I just need more than what you can offer me at this time. I know this isn't the best way to handle the situation and I know this is hard for you to accept. But, I can't continue living a lie. I hope.you under-9 stand 1:t You will always hold a spe-u. cial place in mg heart Your ex-wife, ex-:-girlfriend et c( al. Jane P. S. Please don't call or write o back. "He" really doesn't want UJ me communicating with you anymore. Thanks. (smile)'' .,_ It doesn't matter if you've ij: been to prison, served in the W military or gone off to college. [ij If you've ever been l.nvolved c with a woman and had to leave W her behind while you did time or fulfilled an obligation, chances are, the passage above m stimulates a sour me mory. If you were lucky, the woman z who crushed your spirits used t= a soft hammer in the form of a letter or earn: est ..J If not, then you probably felt as though you had been hit by ..!J a truck when you returned W home to find an empty house, had your collect call denied or z heard his voice answering her cell phone. c( Either way, you were the vice tim of abandonment. And ii: frankly speaking, I dori't feel g sorry for you. Because at the u. end of the day, when you're sitting in a bathroom, staring at a straight razor and feeling sorry for yourself, the only person you have to blame is the man looking back at you froin your own reflection. Oh, you thought this was going to be a column disparag ing women for leaving theit partners during moments of separation? Not a chance This is about the men who set themselves up for failure by having unrealistic expecta tions from women they choose. On average, when a guy de cides to make a particular woman his wife or main lady, he often neglects to ask one simple question: "If I were taken from you for X amount ;: J\!:unson). ical attention before being Alexander, said Ms. John-transported to St. Joseph's son was, "Just a very special Hospital, where she was admitperson. She was very close to ted in critical condition on last her family." Wednesday night. She died Ms. Johnson is survived by early this Thursday morning two adult children, Norman The fire was reported at ap-Wright and Ms. Kimberly proximately 6:15p m Damage Wright; her parents, Mrs. to the home is estimated at ap-Delories Williams and Ver-proximately $so,ooo. nis Johnson; 3 sisters, 1 A Tampa native, Ms. John-brother, her grandmothers, son graduated from Jefferson Mrs. Rosa Mae Scott and High School and attended Mrs. Sarah Whittington, Hillsborough Community Coland numerous other family lege in pursuit of a degree in members and friends. Childhood Education. Funeral services for Ms. She was a member of Friend-Johnson were incomplete as ship Missionary Baptist Church of press time. Ray Williams Ftiand included among her hobneral Home is in charge ofhanbies reading and caring for dling arrangements family members. She was un-City Editor Iris B. Holton employed at the time of her can be contacted at (813) death. 248-1921 or by e-mail Her sister, Ms. Valerie jholton@flsenfinel.com seen since. She does not know her away around the area" family members said she may be in the early stages of Alzheimers. Ms. Hendricks is de scribed as a Black female, s's" : tall with a slim build and has dark hair, possibly an auburn wig Family members also said that her middle name of Grace is what she answers to when called. GRACE HENDRICKS .... missing t \ /l f ; I Four Unique One. Diverse Law l,'JI .. clark Jordan-Holmes, Arthenla L. Joyner, Karen C. D. Gabbadon and Barbara P. Bernardo 1112 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33602 info@jjhla w .net I www.jjhlaw.net 813.229.9300 The h i rin g o f a l awye r i s a n impo rt a nt d e ci s ion a n d s h o uld n o t b e based upo n a d ve rtisem e nt s B e f o r e yo u decid e a s k u s to send y ou free written inf o r mati on a b out ou r q l.,'llfi c ati o ns a nd ex p e rience


"T1 Local ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Hillsborough Countv Fair Housing Poster Contest Underwav Hillsborough County is currently accepting entries for their annual Fair Housing Poster Contest The theme is "Fair Housing Opens Hearts & Opens Neighborhoods The deadline to submit an entry is Thursday, April 2nd. The contest is open to children in grades kindergarten through gth grade. Children in public, private and parochial school students l.'esiding in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties are encouraged to participate in the contest. The entries will be judged in three groups, K-2, 3-5 and 8, and on the ability to com municate the contest theme ; creativeness, neatness, and compliance with contest mles. :rhis marks the second year the contest has Its purpose is to help children understand fair housing and to embrace diversity in thei P community. The winners of the contest will receive trophies, gift cards and certificaf _es. The poster en try must depict thi s year's theme; posters ma y measure between 12" X 18; ancl-18" x 24" ; any art medium may be used, including markahd crayons; artwork on poster mu!!t be and the child' s -nam e, ,grade, -and school must be written on the back o f the poster, in the lower, right-hand corner. A completed Poste r Contest Registration Form must accompany each entry, which can be found at www.hillsbor oughcounty .m:g: /equalopp/. Addi .tionally, all artwork m!Jst be original, and no copies or work done by others is permitted. All entries must be by j he at th e -Hillsborough County: Equal Oppm ; tunity Office, 700 T ,.;;o s liff.Pn y. -> t r e I.Jf Tampa, FL 33602 : The. cont'est is co-sponsored by the Tam h a Bay Fair }lousing Consortium, which I the Hillsborou-gh E_q,ii. al Op 'portunity Administrator : .. _. additionai. informa:tiort .. the .c9unty' f!siual OpportunitY Admini7< at (813) 272-6554 < I i Online Payroll and Online 401k, simplicity is an understatement. That's pecause together, these services cut confusion and save time with setup, monthly 'payroll processing, and employee record updates. You'll run your business more effictently. And maybe even look forward to payday, again. There's never been a better time to visit suntrust.com/business, call 866.587.1780, or speak to your SunTrust banker to learn more. I ... Enter the Solid Promotion for a chance to win one year of FREE I' .... ";"' .. Plus with Fraud._ Inspector, Online Payroll Online 't I I ,. .,.. ... -' ,., ........ -1 Online Che ci { Deposit, and much more.* .for details, go to suntrust.com/busfness. '-I "' -> SUNTRusT : Finan c ing Solutions Retirement Solutions Live Solid. Bank Solid.": Deposit products and services are offered through Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC Securities and Insurance Products and Services: Are not FDIC or any other Government Agency Insured Are not Bank Guaranteed May Lose Sun Trust Banks Inc their affiliates, and the directors officers, agents, and employees of any of its affiliates are not permitted to give legal or tax adv1ce. Clients of any affiliates of Sun Trust Banks, Inc., should consu l t wit ti the i r legal and tax advisors prior to entering into any financial transaction Sun Trust Online 401 k .provided in parlr)ership with ePian Services. Inc ePian Se ry i c es, Inc. is not an affiliate of Sun Trust Banks, Inc -"';'",. "';''o;:. ; 'J I _. r' 1 .,-: _09!! Banks,-Inc SunTrusl is a federally registe t eCI service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc Live Solid. Bank Solid. is. a service mark of Sun Trust Banks 11"' 1 lnc .*No purchase : or other obligati (') :I: ..... w 1\) 0 0 (0 ., r 0 :::D 0 )> en m z :::! z m r;m c: 1 -r _!!I Z:-llJ c en :I: m 0 m < m c: m en c ,. z c ., :::D i5 ; I


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Religious Young Minister Returns To New Mt. Zion On Sunday, M arch 15, 2009 during the 10: 55 a. m. worship service, th e New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church will be looking forward to another 'treat' through the Gospel delivered by Minister Princeton Parker. Minister Parker has been f!!aking annual visits to New Mt Zion for approximately 6 Yl:!ars, usually during M a rch. Tampa is where he has b ee n ce)ebrating his birtbday as it co' ines during his visit. Minister Parker's visit follows a dynamic week of revival services with Dr. William Gillison, pastor of Mt. Olive B aptist Church, Buff a lo, NY, and workshop PRINCETON PARKER with Dr. Fleming Tarver, pastor of St. John M. B. Church, Clearwater and Moderator of Union Fore ign Association Tonight (Friday) i s th e final night of the work s hop and revival, which kick off a t 7 p m. Rev. Dr. Walter J. Williams is the pastor. Minister Parker, 15, resides in Paramount, CA with his parents, Irvin and Samon Parker and younger brother, Preston. Having begun preaching at the_ age of 4, Minister Parker has become a noted preache r throughout the United States. A straight 'A' student, he enjoys amusement parks and reading. He is an active member of Olive Grove Church of God in Christ United Urban Outreach Presents Dorinda Clark Cole's 1st Regional Singers And Musicians Conference Grammy award winning gospel superstars "The Clark Sisters" and Platinum selling child star prodigy "KiKi Sheard will headline Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole's 1st -Regional and Singers Musicians Conference in Tampa. The conference will convene on Friday April 3, 2009 thru SundayhApril 5, 2009 at the 34 t Street Church of God, 3000 N 34th Street, Tampa 33605. The host pastor is Rev. Thomas Scott, City Council Chairman. The lead sponsor and orga nization presenting the conference is United Urban Outreach, which is a 501 based out of Tampa. The organization is committed to providing a healthy and bal anced home environment for teenaged boys between the ages of 13-18 years old currently in the of State of Florida's The CEO /E:Q:under of the organizatioW; Cepeda McKay says, "Some one has to care for our young men. on education; eriiplbyability, and emotional 'stability to assist our young men in being success ful when they are released from our program, and we are grateful for this opportu nity to continue sewing posi tive seeds into the communi ty .and our young men. The conference was found ed by Dr. Dorinda ClarkCole who is a life long mel -ber of the legendary Clark Sisters and has h eld the national conference for 10 years. Her goal was to create an environment for singers, DORINDA CLARK-COLE musicians, dancers, rappers, and all individuals in the fine arts arena and give them a chance to receive mind renewing instruction, take time for spiritual-inventory and reflection, and to meet and network with other min strels across state and coun try This one-of-a-kind conference has 3 basic campo. nents: workshops, the new artist showcase and nightly seFvices. :,. .. The hational is 1 week but .this regional will be 3 days. The ture the legEm'daty.c:_mar k Sisters" on s atm;day night, and Kierra, .Iq:ia alo_ q g with the Conference Mass chorr under the direction .of Mrs .' ciark on Sunday evening. Choirs, groups, soloist, dancers, rappers, and peopl e from all over th e country are exp.ected in attendan ce. The conference is being coordinated by Minister Steve Marshall. Sponsor-s of the 1st Regional Singers and Musicians Conference STEVE MARSHALL include United Urban Outreach, Making Mama Proud, Winn Dixie, WRXB 1590 AM, WTBN 570 AM and 910 AM, The Weekly Challenger, Big John'r Barbecue and Fifth Third Bank. For more information you may visit www.unitedur banoutreach.coin or call Steve Marshall, Conference Coordinator at 727-or Cepeda 813-900-;1416 u benefit" ttrlit ed Urb a n Outreach. 1 -l';i,, :'-- "' St Mar:k MISsionary Church -. 1 05 S. Morgan St -Plant City,' FL 81 .... Pastor & First ladY Moses And Debbie Freeman Sun. School-10 A.M. Sundays Morning Worship Service -11 A.M. Bible Study & Prayer Service Wednesday 7 P.M. -8 P.M. In All And Every Way, All That Matters Is That Christ Is Proclaimed New Harmony M. B. Church 5610 East M. L. K. Jr., Blvd Tampa, FL 33619 Phone For A Ride (813) 531-4799 Saturday Sabbath School I 0: Sabbath Service I :30 P.M. Divine 811 E. 131 stAve. Tamj?a, Florida 33612 Website: www.houseofgodtampa.org (813) 9n -3222 Church (813) 481-2204 Church Administrator ST. MARY M.B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 3910 W. lAUREL STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33607 PASTOR WALLACE Z. BOWERS WILL CELEBRATE THEIR ""--__...,.,..-::-.n REV. N.S. SANDERS Pastor, Greater St. Paul REV. SAMUEL MAXWELL Pastor, First Baptist Church Institutional Church Of Progress Village Spirit of Truth MINISTRIES presents ..... Pew Day" Join us Sunday, March 15,_ at 11 :OOam With Special Guest Speaker. Evangelist Yolanda Askew Spirit of Truth Ministries is located at 12219 N. Florida Ave For Information Call (813) 931-2588 Located on Florida Avenue 2 Block North of Fowler Avenue Senior Pastor Erntst Co ney & Co-Pastor Dr. Chin<' Coney :IJ 0 )> :s:: )> :II (') J: ...... w 1\,) 0 0 CD r 0 :IJ 0 )> en m z ::::! z m r I m c: r r m ::::! z '"C c: m c en J: m 0 m < m :IJ -< -t c: m en 0 )> z 0 :IJ 0 G') m CD I )>


m Appreciation For BISHOP PHILIP F. TUCKER & 1ST LADY .... : ', Speaker:. Superintendent C.U.Sutton MiracleTemple Church Of God In Chiist U .nitV M. B. Church 11 Ybor Street-Tampa, FL 33605 : .. Elder Henry H. Hunt, Pastor ...... ,-;. _: 1,;<' Tel: (813) 248-:-5955 ._,yJ.,,;,.. FaDJiiJ::'J Friends oav Sundav. March 15, 'ZD.OD .: .. .. -: Sunday School 9:30A.M: _; .. Dea :-Hubin'MitchellGuest : Superinterident .. Morning Worship -11 :00 A.M:-:-. ; Walker, Jr., Speaker, -st. Matthew M. B. Church, Rev. W. D. Sims Pastor :Theme:"A' Frfend Loveth At All Times,And A Brother Is Born For Adversity" Proverbs -17:17 Come And Hear, Receive And Believe Usher Ministry Chairing sors Musica Program March 15, 2009 .7 phurch Of The Body : QfChrlst 2807 Ave. (Corner 23rd Ave:& 28th I ,.. ... On Program: Young Adult Choir Of Deliverance Church Angels Of Joy Of Tampa, Jehovah Praise, New Messengers Of-Christ, Prophet House And Soul Revivers Of Riverview, Lil' Eddie And Company Of Tampa, Dedicated Ones Open Door Program (Doors Open @ 6 P.M.) All Groups Invited! Looal 1------------------------------------------------------Comedian Earthquake To Appear This weekend On Saturday, March 14th, Business First Entertainment will present a star-studded comedy show at the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center. Headlining the show will be successful and renowned co median, Earthquake. Earthquake is a native of Washington, D.C., and said he was considered a class clown in school. "None of my teachers ever picked up on my talent back then. T think public schbol owes me a refund". "My comedy career began when I was in the armed forces. I spent 11 years in the Air"Force, and I went to a local nightspot on base and tried my hand at open mic. It was a talent contest, and I won." Earthquake said his men-EARTHQUAKE tor as a comedian is Eddie Murphy, hands down. Asked if he hadn't become a comedian what else would he have done, Earthquake said, "Nothing. I had no plan B. This didn't have no choice but to work." Earthquake is the di vorced father of 3 children, and right now he's preparing for his next televised special and developing a series. He also thinks being an actor and a comedian is hard work, but he loves it. Joining Earthquake this weekend will be Shawty Shawty, Aries Spears, and Chris O'Baby. The show starts at 8 p.m. and the TBPAC is located at 1010 North Macinnes Place in downtown Tampa Tickets are still available. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Youth Organization Accepting APPlications .,_ : .. '";' ,: I'' .If '+ 'The ,I::teart. of Tampa FrontP6t.Cl-1Qoundl, Incorpo rated, 192_o1E astHillsborough Avenue ;1 Summer ... ",\''-__ : _.,._ ...... Youth Empowei!ment-Leadership Academy (Y:ELD.:.\\). is accepting applitations front youth, ages 14. to _is: Applications qre available at the Sun coast Schools Federal Credit Unidn, 1920 KHillsborough Avenue. Applkationsmust be returned no later. than March 24, __ 2009, and selected along paFents, April 2nd and In this photo_are 2008 YELDA graduates Oeft to_. right, 3rq. at ? PITI P!J.n;nt row): Kashinta Carlton and Alexis Bell. Secoilt:l row: Ashlie will f\prit .,_:ctile. Pittman, Donzell 8that' 6 p.m -.... : ... JasDiine.Tinsley, JonathanMitq_hell, KayL.isse .-:;Ten studer.its will be se-and, not :...;,'.:: ... i1...).. and Phillip Walker.. )c __ ,.' .... to,.I!HO::;e .... .<.,., .,.., .: \ ." ; ; liying in Easf Front. : P orh bounqari'es : The 20p9 life skills job inter: WoPkshop : viewii:1gt etiquettej-.. resume i : ali.p will be : : \v.rl.ti'ng,.. llo W to write a check .. held Ma:Y. :28th through the ah.dba1ance your account, and ; 31St at a location ; ro be .. .. _.. Upon of the::_ .. YELDA Tra\nin! ( ilnd Youth .. Summit; tlri hen : : assi?ned 1to arid .. ',_W)ll ;-allow By vanous .. 'Tampa Bqsmess qpportupities \to meet other Partners for summer' employ' students .Jrom acr,oss the state, ment. pilrtic ipat : e '-i'Jl:: a ::'truent showRortald T. Brookins; c ase, : interactive training sesChairman of the Board for The sioris, professional Heart of East Tampa Front develop me,iit wqrkshops, and Porch Council, said East Tampa Youth and their fami-:will. be en7 lies face great challei:i:ges every ii,i a : vari ety of day. ment a!ldi training WOt kshops "This program is founded th'at'\;Vill teach 'them various : on the concept of education and leadership development, Il)ent9.ring ences in are critical for the future suc cess and 9f: our youth, and t}leir exposure to -the successful business arid governmental leaders who have agreed to serve their mentors will result n the development of skills foster entrepreneurship bythe student program participap.ts in the future," said Brookins For more information about The Heart Of East Tampa Front Porch Council, Inc., call (813) 237-4127, or (813) 237-4i42, or email etfrontporch@live.com.


Local "T1 :::c 0 Rogers Park Supporters sav Issues Still Unresolved )> :JJ () O n Wednesday, Citi zens Who S u ppor t Keeping Rogers Park P u b lic (CWSKRPP) hel d a press co nferen ce in the courtyard of C i ty Hall. T h e reason that si t e was se l ec t ed was t o ask Mayor P a m Iorio t o s upport a pe n ding r eques t from the T ampa S p orts Authority ( TSA) t o a m e nd a n ex i sting access a nd u s e of R og e r s P a rk a n d Golf Cour se b etwee n th e City of T a mp a T a mp a Spo rt s M A uthori ty a nd th e YMCA th a t MAYOR PAM IORIO is flawed to protect public doesn' t see problem :.:... trust and a public asset with The CWSKRPP believes the :I: f rom us i ng the par k. As a _. matter of fac t during t h ese w tough eco nomi c times we 1\l 0 e n cou r age u se of the park. o <.0 You h ave t o form partner-ships t o offset dw in d li ng funds, a n d I'm p leased .th ey've re n ova t ed a bui ld in g tha t otherwi se wo uld h ave f alle n a p a rt A s f a r as th e agr e em e nt i s co n cerne d Mayor Iorio s a id s h e's never se en a pro b l e m with it agreement, in its current form threatens public access and use of Rogers Park and its facilities and the preserva tion of its history approve any ch a nges to the a greement. The CWSKRPP wanted the agreement amended prior to the upcoming grand opening of the First Tee Project at Rogers Park. Although there has been progress this issue is still unresolved When the TSA letter is sent to Mayor Iorio, it will be up to her to agree James Ransom stands on the steps of the City Hall courtyard addressing members of Citizens Who Support Keeping Rogers Park Public (CWSKRPP). I s ee no reason w h y th e agreement should be amended. I've received no correspondenc e from TSA on this issue I have received a letter from the YMCA on this issue, and they have assured me they want to help area youth. Because it was the only place African Americans could go for and the golf course was shaped and built by African American caddies who' worked at Palma Ceia when they could not play there with whites. Rogers Park is a place of special. interest to the' African American ty The CWSKRPP wants the history of Rogers Park preserved. Rogers Park is publicly owned and the CWSKRPP believes it should remain accessible to all citi zens. The CWSKRPP been meeting with the Tampa Sports Authority and YMCA, and both have concurred the agreement is defective The YMCA has written letters stating new terms that better clarify their intent The City of Tampa Attorne y con firmed the YMCA' s letters are not binding. The agreement would need to be amended to make the YMCA s intent binding. The TSA voted to sen g a letter to Mayor Pam Iorio with a draft agreement containing amendments, mutually agreed upon by the CWSKRPP and the YMCA. Two of-the three parties (TSA and YMCA) are in accord artd it is left up to Mayor Iorio to rev i ew and High School Plans Fish Frv Fundraiser The Marshall High School Class of 1969 will host a fish fry reunion fundraiser on Saturday March 14 at Snowden Park in Plant City from 11 a m. -3 p. m. A drawing will also be made for a $wo Publi x gift c a rd The next cla ss m ee ting will b e h e ld S aturda y M arc h 21, at 4 p .m. a t Bruton Publi c Librar y. All members are e n c ouraged to attend Tom Luby, President and CEO of the Tampa Metro YMCA, said the current agreement has been in place for 2 years. I think it's adequate and we have tried to clarify some points for people. I don't real ly feel the need to amend the ........... Ca"'-et .... ,.., Cleaning contract. It does have a per formance clause and we have to live up t o our obligation. The points that have been continuously raised are valid. However, the clubhouse had been abandoned for a decade, and I think now people will have more access, especially the children. We celebrate the history of the park and will be a part of the grand opening I think we're all on the same page. For the first time, kids will have access to the park." Mayor Iorio said the YMCA, with their own UNITY M. B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tamp a, Fl33GD5 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A .M. Morning Worship II A.M. Bible Study Tues. P. M. ---HONORARY SERVlCE ---IN HONOR OF MOTHER LINDA HICKMAN Co-Founder Of M i racle Faith Revivals Church Founded Theme : Matthew 26 : 13 Monday, March 9th-15th 8 P.M. Nightly Closeout Service March 15th 3 P.M Featuring Special money ; has restored a build ing into a thing of beauty at Rogers Park, and are teaching children to play golf who otherwise wouldn' t have that opportunity. This program is all posi tive. The YMCA has made a commitment to target the community around the park This doesn't present anyone First Lady: Missionary Cheryl Green Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School9 :30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-11 A.M. Monday Morning Prayer -9 A.M. W ednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7 P.M. Bible Study 7:30 P.M. Saturday Morning Prayer Warriors Service Every Second SaL Of Each Month "Fulfilling The Vision Through Faith" Representatives of the CWSAKRPP said they will not attend the grand opening of the First Tee Program this Saturday, because the issues concerning the agreement have not been resolved. Reporter. Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. VlCTORY TEMPLE OUTREACH MINISTRIES (Localtd A! The Soul! Plml) 7633 N 56th St. Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 989-1863 PASTOR LA YTECIA I BRO. SEDRICK MC:KMEY Join Us For Worship! Sund1ys ... 1 0:00 A .M. Worship Service Mondays ... 7:00 P.M. Corporate Prayer 4th Mond1ys 7:00 P.M. Substance Abuse Ministries Wednesdys .... 7:30 P.M. Bible Study 4th Fridays ... 7 :00P.M. Youth Service 3rd Saturd1ys .... 1:00 P .M. Women's Ministry "RESTORING FAITH, FAIIILY & FINANCES" www.victo empleoutreach.com First IIPIISI Clllrcllal West TlmJI, Inc. 1302 N Willow Ave, 33607 Rev. Rayford Harper Pastorffeacher "Reaping The Harvest While The Fields Are Ripen Sunday, March 8th, 2009 3:00PM Rev. Eugene Garnett Pastor, Springhill M. B.Church = ... :; Sunday March 22, 2009 3:00PM Rev. Dr. C.T. Kirkland, Pastor, Mt. Pleasant M B. Church 15,2009 4:00PM Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, Preacher/Teacher, New Salem M B Church "T1 r-0 :a B ,. en m z -t z m ':"' m c r r-!!I z "tJ c m r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -t c m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 :a 0 G) m ..... ..... I )>


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She is the first African American woman to serve in that capacity. "She began on July 7, 2008 and sees her role as, "A wonderful opportunity. I am for_ tunate to be able to bring my gifts and talents to help transform people and build a team." Describing herself as one MARCH 22, 2009 $50.00/PERSON* CHILDREN: $25.00 DEPARTURE: 4:00A.M. .Levy Forestry Camp ...................... Bristol, Quincy Annex ........................... Quincy, FL Lancaster C. L ..................... ...... Trenton, FL Gadsden Corr. Faclllty .............. Quincy, FL Cross CHy C.L.. .................. .... Cross City, FL Uberty ............... .' ................... Bristol, FL Mayo CJ .................................... ....... Mayo, River Junction Work clrnp .................... : MARCH 28, 2009 $50.00/PERSON* CHILDREN: $25.00 #1 DEPARTURE: 3:00 A.M. #2 DEPARTURE: 4:00A.M. 11 Broward C.I ............................. Pembroke, FL ............. : ........................ 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LOCATION: 2921 N. 29th Street Tampa, FL PHONE: (813) 247 who is passionate about people, Mrs. Brickhouse stepped into her role with an agenda. She feels that no matter what the position, the customer must be treated with respect. We are professionals who just happen to be in the garbage business," she told her staff. Other points of concern were efficiency, safety, and becoming pacesetters. Mrs. Brickhouse feels that the Department of Solid Waste & Environmental Program Management is a role that could serve as leaders in the industry. She feels that through proactive community relations, the story will be told. She is also an advocate of training and encourages her employees to be highly trained. In her quest to help develop her staff, she realizes that some may use their positions as a stepping-stone to other roles. However, without the proper training, the transition may be quite difficult. She strives to encourage others and seeks to bring out the best in them. "We need to be reaching back as we move forward." She also feels compelled to make a difference in her community and plans to increase her activity in community events Anchored in her primary goals, Mrs. Brickhouse said her future goals include becoming recognized as a national entity and to devel op a 5-star safety program, among others. Mrs. Brickhouse is guided by her faith and said, "I make sure that I am living right." She is a member of Revealing Truth Ministries and 'Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is married to Raymond Brickhouse, Sr., and the mother of two adult children. When time allows, she enjoys studying God's word I:eading ; motivaspeaking and traveling. Mrs. Brickhouse said her 'I military career has prepared -her for her future endeavors .and role of leadership. She served in the capacity of .. numerous "firsts" as she. .' irbse through the' ranks. This 'is 'the "first" paid' civi.lian -'j>Osi sirice her retire-. merit. A strong advocate of cation, Mrs. Brickhouse earned a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Psychology from the of Virginia. She continued her education and was awarded a -Master's Degree in Public Administration from Troy State University. In The Spotlight MALORV This week's Spotlight shines directly on Malory. The lovely Sagitarian said her favorite star is T.l. and her hobby is going to the beach. In the future, Malory wants to attend graduate school, and her phi losophy of life is: a firm believer in Karm a ." When it comes to the man in her life, Malory said she prefers an educated, handsome man. Congratulati. o .ns to Malory as this. week's Spotligl')t Lov ng HiU p -B. C 1 0040 Joe Ebert Road, Seffner, FL 33584 Elder Leroy Turner, Jr., Pastor ,, Saturday, March 14, 2008 9 A.M. -3 P. M. Church Bazaar ... Lots Of Children & Adult Clothes From The Clothes Closet Corn Dogs, French Fries, Funnel Cakes, Soda Pops, Fish & Chicken Sandwiches,


Birthday Greetings It's Called Truly Blessed Friday, March 13th (38 Older) Mrs. Lewis will be celebrating. her birthday with friends and associates on March 13th at Kay Jay Harris #36 New York Giants Celebrity Basketball Game, Tampa Bay Tech High School dso p. m. f As always, it's for the children. Come out and support. Mrs. Lewis will be celebrating her actual party on March 21st at 3801 N. 15th Street. Invitation Only. If you would like to participate, call Mrs. Lewis for more information. The list on March participants who are also celebrating with Mrs. Lewis are: Kay Jay Harris (3-27), Willie 'Butch' Hobdy (3-29), Calvin Riggins (3-11), Leon Crews (3-2), Aiesha Smith-Box, Plant City (3-24), Marion Lewis (3-9), Derrick Smith (3-?), Tyrone Tiiiman, Plant City (3-28) ... and many more. Fellowship Clnll"ch & The George Edgecomb Bur Assodution j Prescnt "A Con1' itiuliity Legnl Wmkshotl" !\'lnrdt 21, 2000 f! Uiblc-Unscd l"dlowshit Churd1 Elll'lidt Uond 'lltmt.:t, :i:J(i24 CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST: BAM-8:45AM FREE WORKSHOPS: 9AM-4PM -Real Estate/Foreclosure Law -Personal Inj'llry -Juvenile Law & School Related Issues -Bankruptcy -Family Law (Domestic/Child Support) -Contracts -Criminal Law (State/Federal/Appeals) -Commercial Litigation -Employee Discrimination (Title VU) -Estate Planning/Probate Disc:bimtr: Thr iateat of this is co pro,MJc an o, rnintl inrormtto oalhr listtd so the iodi>id .. l can be iarormtd on thtlaw and hoit opentn. No pro bono ill be pro, idrd. lryoa ba\' t auy sj,rcirtr lrg;d is!iun you should consult your aUorntf SAM P. WILLIAMS, III March 12, 2009 Sam P. Wiiiiams, III, is turning six. Mom would be proud if she were here. Happy birthday. From, grandmas, dad, granddads, aunts, uncles and cousins Local At Governor's Mansion For Black Historv Month When Black History Month was celebrated in Tallahassee at the Governor's Mansion, some Bay Area folks were in attendance. From left, Henry Lawrence, Irene Pridgen, President of Pro Athletes Wives; Jessica Swain and Ken and Valerie Griffey. Jessica, a student at F Al\-IU, is the daughter of the late Dr. Robert Swain, first Black oral surgeon in St. Petersburg. (Photo courtesy of Irene Pridgen) Middleton Class 011965 The Middleton Senior High School Class of 1965 will be holding its meeting on Monday, March 16, 2009 at Middleton Senior High School at 7 p. m. Please make a special effort to attend. Melvin D. Nelson, Class President. Zeta Welcomes New Sisters On February 21, 2009, the Tau Pi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., welcomed 10 new ladies affectionately known as the 10 ElementZ of Purrseverance Within 5 hours of being Zetas; 4!:ah,.I,.aquian,-Semeka Bailey, .. Bonnie Belford met and conversed' in detail with the sorority's International President, Sheryl Underwood. From left to right: Leah Laquin (F.S.U.) has a BS in Criminology. She currently works as a Teacher's Assistant at the R'Club Child Care, Inc. I Head Start. Barbara Foster (U.S.F.) has a BA in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education. She is a retired educator. Rachel Young (U.S.F.: Cum Laude) has a Bachelor's in Social Work and a minor in Psychology. Sameka Bailey (U.S.F.) has a BA in Sociology. She works as a Lead Care Manager with Hillsborough Kids, Inc. Marquita Rucker (U.S.F.) :::0 0 s: )> :::0 (") :I: ..... w I\) 0 0 (/) m z ::j z m r-1 aJ c: r rm ::j z "tt c: aJ c (/) ::t m c m < m -1 c: m (/) c )> z 0 ::IJ has a BA in Social Work and currently works as a Social Worker at Hillsborough Kids, Inc. Tracy Thompson (U.S.F.) has a MS in School Guidance and Counseling and is employed as a Guidance Counselor at Brooks DeBartalo Collegiate High School. Daphne Baynard (U.S.F.: Cum Distinction) has a BA degree in Gerontology and is currently pursuing her Nursing degree from the University of South Florida. Bonnie Belford (U.O.P.) has a BS in Criminal Justice Administration and-currently works as an Office Manager for the Manatee County Probation Office. Shirley Sawyer (U.S.F.) holds a Master's in Public Administration and is currently preparing to enter law school. She C') works as a supervisor at Daniel Memorial, Inc. Terlynn Olds (St. Leo Univ.) is the sister m of Zeta LaBruce Olds (Nu Eta Chapter). Currently, she works as a NCAA Division II Women's Basketball Coach for St. Leo University. ..... w I )>


The Nil's Most Valuable Plaver Who is the Most Valuable Player in the National Basketball Association? The answer dep .ends upon who you ask. The player put forward as the MVP vary, but. the same three players do not change. Ask most any one and you will get the names in alphabetical order, Kobe Bryant, LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. The MVP in the NBA surely rests among one of those three. The top scorer in the league is Dwyane Wade, followed by LeBron James and then Kobe Bryant. Less than one percentage point separates the three in the scoring race. All three are almost unstoppable in scoring. They play excellent defense, they are excellent passers and very good rebounders. C In this writer's opinion, ii LeBron James separates "-himself from the other two because he is the better c( defender, the better passer, the better rebounder and the best at getting to the bucket Q en and scoring. So, the MVP is still up for 1-grabs between LeBron, (1: Dwyane and: Kobe. USF Needs Two w C The University of South Florida basketball team's en record for last season is a :::::i long way from being one to !;g brag about. All that 'can D.. z ..J ..J ::) ID ...:. w z i= z w en g a: g I.L change next season. The Bulls have a solid nucleus returning for next season. But they need two players to become a winning team. From somewhere, the Bulls need to come up with a dominating center who can score inside, rebound on both ends of the floor and be able to intimidate shooters inside. Then they must have a smart and talented point guard. The guard needs to be able to shoot outside, penetrate with the ball and find the open man. Okay Coach Heath, go out and find those two guys and turn the team into con sistent winners and a power house basketball team. All-Star Event Is Tonight Tonight (Friday) at 6 p. m., the annual United Negro College Fund (UNCF) fundraiser will take place at Jefferson High School. This will be the 23rd such event. County schools will be divid ed into girls and boys east and west squads. A number of senior boys and girls basketball players will partici pate. In addition to the boys and girls game, both the girls and the boys will have a three-point shootout. The boys will have a slam dunk contest. The game is a tribute to the ailing Dr. Sam Horton, the founder of the All-Star event. Popular Athlete looks Forward To Makino Tampa Home When running back Derrick Ward visited Tampa for the Super Bowl, he had no idea that the visit was foretelling. But, within weeks, he was in negotiations and has signed a 4-year contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "I never thought in my wildest dreams that I would be coming to Tampa. I fell in love with the city when I visited it. I'm happy to be here and I'm looking forward to making big things happen on the team and in the community," Ward said. The 28-year-old former New York Giants player said he has been assigned the #28, formerly worn by two-time Buccaneer Warrick Dunn. Ward will start with the Bucs on March 16th. He is coming to the hometown of his friend, the Giants' Kay Jay Harris. A native of Los Angeles, Ward attended Fresno State and transferred to Ottawa College during his senior year. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in 2003. He was originally a 7th round (235 overall) draft pick by the Jets in 2004. He signed with the Gianis in October of that same year. ChielsCut QB Quinn Grav QUINN GRAY KANSAS CITY, Mo.-The Kansas City Chiefs have cut quarterback Quinn Gray, who played "in one game for the team last sea son. The Chiefs announced in a brief news release Wednesday that they had terminated his contract. Gray was among four backup quarterbacks for the Chiefs after they traded for Matt Cassel from New England. Gray was also a reserve for the Jacksonville Jaguars before signing with Kansas City DERRICK WARD Running back for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers The young running back established himself as one of the team's premier running backs. Ward is the son ofTerrie and Derrick Ward and the father of one daughter. Of the Baptist faith,the young man enjoys traveling, trying new things, working in the community and mentoring children. Ward said he plans to become active in the community and he has a desire to help people who are less fortunate. "I want to help people who want to be helped. God blessed me. I grew up in South Central LA and I give my heart and soul to people who came up like I came up." "I really love the weather and I look forward to working with the great people here." In the past, Ward and Harris had an on-going battle about which was the best state California or Florida. Now that Ward will live in Florida, the friends will find another cause to debate. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (818) 248-1921 or by email iholton@flsentinel&!2!11 Judue: Viclllustlppear At Hearing, Pav For Travel NORFOLK, Va. -Fallen NFL star Michael Vick must appear a bankruptcy hearing next month but should pay his own way. from the Kansas prison where he is serving time for his role in a dog fighting conspiracy, a ruled Wednesday. At an hour long hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank J. Santoro rejected the government's suggestions that he either postpone Vick's April 2 bank. .. MICHAELVICK ruptcy confirmation hear-would have to t'estffy in ing or allow the person. player to testify by video The U.S. attorney's office .I hookup from the in Alexandria, Va., objected ar'Leaven-.. to a proposed co urt o _rder worth, Kan. < ... compelling federal mar-. "I'm not going to be put in shals to pick up the foriner a position of_ determining Atlanta Falcons quarter-credibility or demeanor back and bring him to over a television," said Virginia. The y cited the Santoro; who has insisted logistical burdens, security since Vick, filed for bank-risks and costs of the tem-ruptcy .in July that he porary transfer.


Sports Rams Release OT Orlando Pace ORLANDO PACE ST. LOUIS -Orlando Pace, a seven -time Pro Bowl offensive tackle dogged by injuries in recent seasons, was released Tuesday b y the St. Louis Rams The 33-year-old Pace was ,the first overall pick of the 1997 draft. The move cleared $6 million in cap space for the Rams, who were 2-14 last season Owner Chip Rosenbloom said in a statement that Pace would be remembered as one of the finest Rams of all time." Pace started 14 g&mes last year, but missed _half of 2007 and virtually all of2006 due to injurie s I can't begin to thank Orlando for all he has meant to the Rams organization," Rosenbloom added. "It is never easy. to end a relationship that has had as much success as ours but in the interest of Orlando and the Rams, we feel now is the right time .' Paul's NBA Best Sixth Triple-Doubl. e CHRIS PAUL .. WASHINGTON --As Chris Paul made a shot from an awkward angle while getting fouled, just one of many acrobatic plays en route to an NBA-leading sixth triple"double, his momentum carried him over to the Washington Wizards sideline Paul rea:che d over and playfully p atted Wizards interim coach Ed Tapscott on the shoulder. J think he was sayi!fg to me 'Keep tryi11g, Coach You might find something that'll stop me;"' a smiling would. say "I'm looking in my pocket, t!l j nking to myself, It's Just about empt y right now, .Chris'.'' Taking over the game when he. wanted to-no mat. v .. ,.., : t-et :what deferisrv e schemes he faced-c 6 mpiled 30 points, 1.3.assists and 10 rebounds Wednesday night, steering the New Orleans Hornets to a 109-98 victory over Washington Hornets coach Byron Scott "usually looks at me, and says, 'Be more aggres-. sive,' and that's what I try to do," Paul said. 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But Lucas was Jure.vicius, a die-hard Cleveland fan who attended burned on several occa-KEN LUCAS sions, and the Panthers appear poised to promote No 3 cornerback Richard Marshall to the starting job opposite Chris Gamble. .... w 1\) 0 0 (0 ., r-0 :0 en m z Browns games as a kid, was released by the club wednesday after they could n' t out a new contract with the wide r e ceiver l.T. Happy He's Still A 'BOit ::::! z m r-1 The 34-yearold Jurevicius missed all of last season after getting a infection in his right kneefollowing a r o1,1tine operation in January 200.8 He h(:J,d oQe season remaining on a four y ear d e al he signed as a free agent in 2009,' The Browns had approached. Jurevicius his a gent, David Dunn, h i s trf!.Ct. Stand Up For Change! Living With HIV! AIDS? Happy With Your Services? We YOUR Ideas. Help Decide How Federal Funds Are Used In Y9ur Community. You Have The POWER To Make A Dlffenince I r Call Nicole At (727) 217-7070 TODAY!!! SAN DIEGO---Chargers president Dean Spanos seemed to have the best perspective on the LaDainian Tomlinson saga. "The alternative was just unthinkable. He belongs in San Diego,"Spanos said 'after the Chargers and, Tomlinson agreed to a reworked deal late L.T. thesame way. That's .because, the alterna.tive, of course, would have been for the star running back to be released had the sides not reached a deal. Even as talks dragged on and speculation mounted that the 2006 NFL MVP might_ b e finished in San ': Di.ego; Tomlinson never envisioned;joining another .cte.axp still. maintained the belief that. I would be a Charger, Tomlinson said a-t:. ,I:J. news,. conference : W e'd 'nesday' dr.afted me I've been I:tere foFeight>.yea.rs and h ived every minute. of it, and I just :couldn t see_. myself ;JgiJttirtg IC' ,,, m \ ',:>;:\ .\':f.nat Charg e r -uniform. that 21, with the bolt on the side of my helmet, that's pretty special," said LADANIAN TQMLlNSON Tomlinson, -who was dressed in a bla:c;k T -shirt and tan shorts. ''You really can't replace So I'm just happy to IJe-putting that helmet on agairi.-'' Tpmlinso;t :said.':he' s healthy after being last season by toe : and. groin injuries, and i's eager to prove that sti g : e i plo sive He also rite:rated that he'd like to pursue:'EmmittSinith'' s all,tirii e rushing '} record of .. :. : ?:''lre :knows it _:-yvith ,: > : : Tomlinson. na'd''beeri ;due three seasons,, ind\fcil.ing $6, in:.2:Q,o9' His. salary' cap nun'ibf been $s. s:.nJ.jtJJ'oU: .in 2009,-including. at;pi:, o : niteci share of the from his .'' : get' llJ c: r rm ::::! z "tt c: llJ c .en ':I: m c m < .-m :C -< "-t c: m en c )> z c ., :0 c in H )ne .. form o r another.' He a in March, then g ets a 'little tricky" aftet'.that.' He .did. say the c : qnt{ a o t is 'structured in a that he C) should be abl e to avoid hav. m .... ing to go through: a similar C{' scenario next yea,r. )>


0') 0 0 N M ,... (.) a: <( :: c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c (J) w ::J t-il: w > w c w (J) :J m ::J D. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ...:. w z z w (J) a: 0 ..J u;. <( I CD ,... w CJ Sports Barklev Freed After 3 Davs In Jail On DUI Charges CHARLES BARKLEY PHOENIX --Former NBA star Charles Barkley was released from jail Monday after serving a three-day sentence on a drunken-driving conviction. Barkley left the Tent City jail just before 8 a.m., and avoided a group of reporters by leaving through another door, Maricopa County Sheriffs Office spokesman Lt. Brian Lee said. Barkley, a TNT studio analyst, reported to the jail Saturday morning wearing a blue warm-up suit with red stripes. He was not required to wear a jail uniform or the county's: sign'attire pink underwear because he got work release, Sheriff Joe Arpaio said. Barkley spent about 36 hours in jail after getting 12 hours of work release on Sunday and Monday. He was housed in a separate tent from the other inmates for his safety, and meals were brought to him. takers' Odom Suspended For leaving Bench Area LAMARODOM NEW YORK-The NBA has suspended Lakers forward Lamar Odom one game without pay for leav-ing the bench area during an altercation. NBA executive vice presi-. dent of operations Jackson ruled Tuesday that Odom left the "immediate vicinity" of the bench after teammate Trevor Ariza's hard foul on Portland's Rudy Fernandez with 2.2 seconds remaining in the third quarter Monday touched off a skirmish between the teams. Odom will miss the Lakers' game in Houston on Wednesday. Mourning Pushes Kidnev Transplant Bill ALONZO MOURNING TALLAHASSEE -Former Miami Heat basketball star and kidney transplant recipient Alonzo Mourning met with lawmakers and Gov. Charlie Crist on Tuesday to urge passage of a law to help more Floridians get transplants. Crist promised his support to Mourning, who invited the governor to the Heat's March 30 home game against the Orlando Magic for a ceremony to retire his No. 33jersey. The legislation would permit people under 65 with end stage renal disease to obtain Medigap insurance if they al!eady qualify for Medicare coverage. Medigap would qualify as the second of two insurance coverages each patient must have to be on a kidney waiting list. Mourning received a kidney transplant in 2003. He returned to basketball and played on the Heat's 2006 NBA championship team. Woods Irving To Get On Track With Masters Looming DORAL, Fla. --Fans began showing up at Dora! when it was dark. Several hundre d surrounded the first tee when Tiger Woods finally arrived for another practice round at dawn. And then he was gone. Unlike his short-lived return to competition two weeks ago at the Accenture Match Play Championship, where he was eliminated in the. second round, this disap-v1 peating 'acflastedonly a few .' seconds as' he' "walke!i") through a thick strip of fog_,. that stretched across the fairway. Woods is assured of playing four rounds this week. The CA Championship, which starts Thursday on the Blue Monster with a world-class field of 80 players, will be his first strokeplay tournament since he won the U S. Open in June, TIGER WOODS a week before reconstructive surgery on his left knee. (Woods teed off at 11:25 a.m. Eastern.) There is no cut, which certainly helps. "I've only played two tournaments in what -10 months? Not a whole lot of golf," Woods said. "So for me, I just need rounds under my belt, and this week will obviously be a very positive week for me -four rounds and no cuts, which is exactly what I need." Jackson Snaus $325K In Ohio COLUMBUS, OHIO -For the third year in a row the Ultimate Fighting Championship made Columbus, OH its home for a weekend and once again the show was a rousing success. As UFC President Dana White made mention during the post fight press conference, between their event and the Arnold Classic running the same weekend, the city of Columbus experienced Quinton Jackson was paid $325,00 for his win over Keith Jardine at UFC 96. around $41 million dollars in revenue.

Funerals MRS. IRENE BENNETT Homegoing services for Mrs. Irene Bennett, of 1010 E. 12th Avenue, who passed away on Tuesday, March 10, 2009, will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at New Hope M.B. Church, 3005 E. Ellicott, with Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Bennett was born September 3, 1909, in Pelham, Georgia, to Willie and Hattie Lewis. She enjoyed fishing and solving seek and find puzzles. She was preceded in death by both parents. Mrs. Bennett leaves to mourn her passing: her son, John Bennett, Jr. and wife, Jeffery; grandchildren, Diane BennettFaison, Darlene Bennett, Clem Salter and wife, Sharon; great grandchildren, -8kye Faison, Angie Wilkerson, Fredrick Salter, Andreta Salter and Brian Salter; nieces, Annie M. Russell, Clarise Simons and husband, Jonas, Doric Simons and husband, Fred, Arincie Simons and husband, Neal and Frances Rouse; nephews, Acie Johnson and Jestro Johnson; dear friend, Myrtice Walker; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, March 13 2009, from 5-8 p. m The fune 1aJ COI'tege will al'l'ange from 1010 E. 12th Avenue. Friends a1e asked to assemble at the church appioximately 1:45 p .m., Satunlay fm the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME aikensfuneralhom@aol.com Let Our Family Take Care Of Your Family. we Are The To .. A Fine And The homegoing celebration for Mrs. Dorothy Williams, of 1503 E. Sligh Avenue, who passed away on Saturday, March 7, 2009, will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at St. Paul A. M. E. Church, 506 E. Harrison Street, with Rev. Bryant A. Fayson, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Dorothy Ann Williams was born on December 27, 1946. She was one of ten siblings born, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter (Lillian) VanBuren of Thibodaux, LA, where she was born and educated. She relocated to Tampa, over 20 years ago where she was united in marriage to Mr. David R. Williams. She was a loving, caring and giving mother of five children and one special daughte1. She joined St. Paul A. M. E. Church under Rev. Bryant A. Fayson and remained faithful until the end. Preceding her in death were: her father, Walte1 VanBuren; and her godfather, Izador Davis. She leaves to chel'ish her loving memory: husband, 'David R. Williams; her devoted children, Natasha Wilford (Ronald), Catrice B1yant (Larry), Rosematy Salter (Toney), Brian Newton (Linda), Joann Williams and Shanica Lowe; grandchildren, John, Toney, J1., Anthony, Jasmine, Tyle1, Ariyanna, Myric, Tl'inity, Nariyah and Kalese (all of Tampa); her mother, Lillian J. VanBuren, Thibodaux, LA; godmothe1, Hazel Robinson, Labadieville, LA; sisters, Ven1a VanBuren (Raymond), Cynthia Sewie (Alvin), Linda Lovely (Mike), Thibodaux, LA, Sarah Moses (Madon), New Orleans, LA, and Lave1ne Owens, Tampa; brothers, Walter VanBuren, Jr., Murphy VanBuren (Jenny), Thibodaux, LA, Charles VanBuren (Angela), Tampa, Robert VanBu1en (Jennifer) and Earl VanBuren (Betty), Tampa; and a host of nieces, nephews, other-relatives and friends too numerous to name. The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange ftom 1702 Woodhaven Dr. Frle'nds '-are a sked to assemble ;at the. church. at appro'ximateiy 10:45 a. m .. saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME ajkensfuneralhom@aol.com Remember Your Loved Ones With A Memorial Of Distinction From Percy Collins I 2301 N. 401 h Street* (813) : i We Provide A Large Selection For Memorial Needs ... Bronze Plaques, Headstones, Cornerstones. Signs & Cemetery Lettering Family Owned: Percy Collins, Annette Collins & Michael Colleton We Service The Entire Area MS. ODELL EARTHLY WILLIAMS Homegoing services for Ms. Odell Earthly Williams, 209 Shady Lane, who passed away on Thursday, March 5, 2009, will be held on Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, 2901 N. Highland Avenue, with Rev. Charles T. Trower, pastor, officiating. Interment will be held in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Williams was born August 31, 1945, in McRae, Georgia, to the late Nathaniel and Nora Bryant. She enjoyed helping others in her neighbo (/) m z ::! z m r-1 CJ c: r rm :::! z "C c: CJ !: (/) ::I: m 0 m < m ]J -< -I c: m (/) 0 l> z 0 ]J 0


>l: .u > .u :) .u I: "/) ::i :0 :: l. z -.... .u .J ...J :: :0 ..:. .u z MRS. MARY HARVEY DANIElS Mrs. Mary Harvey Daniels of 1902 W. Cypress Street, passed away Monday, March 9, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, 1207 N. Jefferson Street, Reverend Oscar Johnson, Jr. pastor, with Reverend David Jones, officiat-ing. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mrs. Daniels was a native of Americus, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa, for more than 50 years. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a member of Greater Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. Mrs. Daniels retired as a School Bus Driver from the School District of Hillsborough County. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Azarene Daniels, Jr.; her parents, Jessie and Gussie Blakley; grandparents, Willie and Parallee Walls; sister, Coleen Sails; and grandson, Donte Harvey. She leaves to cherish her memories: daughter and caregiver, Beatrice K. Harvey; two sons, Jimmie Glover and wife, Evelyn, and Thomas Harvey and fiancee, Laletrica; grandchildren, Javon L. Glover, Shasta Griffin, Jamilya Glover, Jermaine Glover, Tonya Green, Jaalin Harvey and Chambray Johnson; great grandchildren, Cheyanne White, Qiana Green, Terrell Newsome, Fantasia Griffin and Yamira Nichols; two sisters, Elouise Robinson and Laura Smalley; nephews, Superintendent Jesse H. Smalley and wife, Shar.on, iU James Smalley and wife, 'n Sharon, Craig Smalley and c:( wife, Gwendolyn and James :) Anderson; nieces, Tammy i: Smalley, Amber Singletary and ;:) husband, Reverend Jeffrey, .J Dorothy Lucas, Janice .L. Stephenson, Cecelia Otis and I 0 u f husband, William, Sharon Wade and husband, Wayne, Evelyn Johnson and husband, Cleophus, Laura Smalley and husband, Kathy Roberts and husband, Gail Mention and husband, and Vanessa Blakley and husband, and Shirley Minor; godchildren, Betty Jordan, Andrew Sims, Robert Burke, Stan Henderson; special friends, Juanita Nelson, Minnie Simmons, Minnie Reed, Linda Ednam, Jerry and Barbara Vazquez, Deacon Council and Ann Rudolph, La Bronn Reddick, Monica Boozier and Tametra Smith; and a host of great nieces, great nepbews, cousins, other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, March 14, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. In lieu of floral gifts, please make donations to the American Heart Association and/or Life Path Hospice in honor. of Mary D _aniels. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. ROBERT KEATON, SR. Mr. Robert Keaton, Sr. of 4314 West LaSalle Street, passed away Saturday, March 7. 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, with Reverend Rayford Harper, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. "LAW", as he was affectionately called by many, was a native of Georgia and a resident of Tampa, over 50 years. He was preceded in death by: his wife of 27 years, Barbara Williams-Keaton; his mother, Rebecca Gaines-Keaton; and his father, Herbert Keaton. He leaves to cherish his memory: four sons, Robert Keaton, Jr. (Tonya), Bobby Keaton (Deana), Myron Williams, Sr. (Tonya) and Kevin Williams, Sr. (Winona); daughter, Jacqualine Wilson (Earl, Sr.); 38 grandchildren, Roneshia, Robert, Ill, Matthew, Rotasha, John, Michael, Sr., Jennifer, Gregory, Demetrious, Earl, Jr., Darvette, Carl, Ervin, Earlisha, Szeja, Ricky, Tierra, Brianna, Jasmine, Kal.a, Bobby, Jr., A'Maya, Ja'Niya,-Oujhniq, Queshia, Chiquita, Myra, Myron, Jr., Demond, Kevin, Jr., Mekhi, Infiniti, Keegan, Tamara, Kenta (Victoria), Rashad and Siraha; 14 great grandchildren, Darryl, Desiree, Destiny, Brian, Zaymaiha, Earl, III, Amari, Nasir, Tameya, Michael, Jr., LaKeshia, Michael, Jr., Kenta, Jr. and Jonaisha; his loving mother-in-law, Nellie B. Smith; three sisters, Saretha Jackson (Arthel), Linda Hampton and Sandra Keaton; four siSters-inlaw, Carolyn Thompson (Alfred), Nancy Williams, Sara Holley (John) and Vanessa Williams; five nephews, Alfred, III (Cicely), Michael (Keisha), Reginald (Alexis), Baron and Nathan; four nieces, Nikita, Niah, Eartha, and Brenae; three great nephews, Quentin, Brandon and Xavier; a host of loving cousins, BoBo Striles, Lucious and Sharon, Ann Joyce and Homer, Charles and Elaine, Gail, Diane, Kayla, Karla, Karena, Pat and Albert, Rona Verpon, Freddie and Gloria, Shantel and Donna; godson, Romaine Davis and Romaine Davis, Jr.; special friends, The Family Club, Eugene and Marie Payne, Bruce and" Pat Davis, Clifford Williams, Jermaine Buie, Craig McDaniel, Anthony Martin, Warren and Shirley Jackson, Michelle Plair and family, Teresa .Keaton, David Reeves and Rose White; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, March 13, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Mr. Richard Matthews of1518 North B Street passed away Friday, March 6, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Pastor Cathy Hunter, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Matthews was a native of North Carolina, and a resident of Tampa for 34 years. He was educated in North Carolina and received his CDL certification in Florida. Mr. Matthews was a member of 4,000 Ministry under the leadership of Pastoq Hunter. He was employed as a Truck Driver at OFC Office Furniture for 26 years. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Zelia Matthews; and grandmother Marie Matthews. He leaves to cherish hi. s memory: daughter, Latrina Matthews and fiance, Minister Gabriel Stevenson; estranged son, Vincent Matthews; grandson Ky'Monte Matthews; granddaughter, Gabrielle Sears; mother 'of Latrina Matthews, Bernice Mungin; long-time companion, Debbie Frances Bell; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and long-time friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, March 13, 2009, at Ray 'Villiams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. DON CHARLES VANDERHORST Mr. Don Charles Vanderhorst .of 1948 Palmetto Street passed away Friday, March 6, 2009. A graveside service will be conducted Saturday, March i4, 2009, at 10 a. m. at Garden of Mermories Cemetery, 4207 E. Lake Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow. He was a native and lifelong resident of Tampa. He attended Hillsborough County Public Schools and was employed as a Sky Cap at Tampa International Airport. Mr. Vanderhorst was preceded in death by: his mother, Mrs. Minnie L. Keebler: and his daughter, Stefanie Vanderhorst. He leaves to cherish his memory: five daughters, Phyllis Howard, Brenda, Michelle and Jackie Vanderhorst, all of Cleveland, Ohio, and Ebony Vanderhorst of Tampa; two sons, Ron Vanderhorst of Cleveland, Ohio, and Anthony Oliver of Tampa; three cousins, Mary E. Thurston, Earl Thurston and wife, Ola, and Vernine Monroe and husband, Willie, all of Tampa; a loving caregiver, Tarlet Hopkins; 15 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren; and a host of other 'sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, March 13, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 L.F.D. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Family Can Meet Your Family's Needs CRISIS CREMA"n o JOHN &RMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a Florida 33610 MRS. PATRICIA COOPER Homegoing services for Mrs. Patricia Anderson Cooper of Plant City, who passed away Thursday, March 5, 2009, will be held Saturday, March 14, 2009. at 11 a. m. at Bethel Missionary. Baptist Church, 804 W. Renfro Street, Plant City, Evangelist Emmett Wiseman, pastor and eulogist, Pastor Calvin Callins, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Peace Cemetery. Mrs. Cooper was born July 5, 1959, to the late Deacon Henry Ruth and Mrs. Roberta Ruth. She attended the schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Plant City High School and Hillsborough Community College, Plant City Campus. At an early age, she was converted, baptized and united with Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of the late, Rev. Joseph Smith. Sis. Cooper was employed at Time Customer Service for 20 .. years She leaves to cherish her precious memories: a lov.ing husband, Danny Cooper; 6 sons, Patrick Anderson, Sr., DerekAnderson, Kerick Cooper, Marlon Scott, Desmond Moseley and Wally Cooper; 2 daughters, Ja'net Cooper (Richard) and Purrussia Moseley; a loving mother, Roberta Ruth; 3 sisters, Catherine Perry, Teresa Ruth Nunley (Rickey) and Markesha Ruth; 3 brothers, Jeffery Ruth, Gregory Ruth (Terrica) and Leslie Ruth (Caryn); mother and father-in-law, Benjamin and Jessia Mae Cooper; sistersin-law, Deldra Wilson (Sam) and Jennifer Cooper; brothersin-law, Benjamin Cooper (Dena), Gregory.Cooper and Kenneth Cooper (Monica); a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends The remains will repose at Bethel Missionary Baptist Church on March 13, 2009, from 5-7,p. m. ,._ A service of'comfort 'by: WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL, Anthony ton, Jr., L.F.D./Owner, Plant City. 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Funeral services for Emon Dion Bell, 5 months, who passed away Friday, March 6, 2009, will be held Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Grace F:amily Church, 5101 Van Dyke Road, Lutz, Pastor Craig Altman. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Emon is survived by: his parents, Eric and Ashley Bell; brother, Eric Bell, Jr.; grandparents, Melv,onia J 'ohns, Kennis Bell, Wendy O'Brien and Johnnie Ross; host of aunts, uncles, .cousins; and other relatives and friends. Emon Dion Bell was born to Eric and Ashley -Bell on September 25; 2008, in Tampa. He touched many with his powerful smile and free spirit. He Will be missed but never forgotten. His life was short, but full. The remains wiil repose from 5-9 p. m. and the .family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., friday, March 13,. 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. The funeral cortege will arrange from 1015 E. 22nd Avenue. Friends-are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m : Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com hSARAH E. MOORE E. Moore of-Tampa, trarlsitioned to her heavenly hO'tne on Friday, March 6, 2009. A homegoing service for Sarah E. Moore will be held Saturday, March 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at St. John Primitive Baptist Church, 1002 Palmetto Street, Clearwater, Elder Benjamin Adams, Jr., Senior Pastor. -Viewing will be held Friday, March 13, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at Young's Funeral Home, Inc., 1005 Howard Street, Clearwater. Young's Funeral Home, 1005 Howard Street (corner of S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave. and Howard), Clearwater,. 33756, (727) 442-2388 or (727) 787-7023, in charge of services. Farrell F. Speights, Funeral Director. YOUNG'S FUNERAL HOME, INC. .. -:rhe \ -vice o f (_)u:r c:on-z.nutni(y Spe(.-zkbzg.for Ttself'' 4605 N. 34th Street -_":18 : 13) ... ., .. '' ,,,,_,., r' JIMMY -,. ... provided the highest stan in funeral services for over 70 years Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: {813) 253-3419 Fax: (8.13) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM VERA HICKS 3/16/43-12/10/07 Happy birthday, we love YO!J and we miss you. Love, your daughters and grandchildren. IN MEMORIAM ADAM DAWKINS -In loving memory of Adam Dawkiris. We rove 'you and miss you. Sorry you had to depart but your memory and your spirit will live on forever in our hearts. Love always, your mother, sister, brother and your niece BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MS. IDA STANLEY : ;1913' .::_ 2:,02 t' ,.,, ,}_.; forgotten. From your daughters, Mattie Telfair and Ida Boykin and family. IN MEMORIAM MERCEDES MCNAIR Sunrise: March 11, 1916 Sunset: March 13, 2008 Mama, it's been a year since you've been gone, but it seems like it was just yesterday when the Lord called you home. In our hearts you occupy a special place. We will cherish your memory and never allow it to fade. Your patience, kindness, love and compassion for us. Love, your son, George; son-in-law, Leon; and grandchildren, Timothy and Dolphus. "Love" all your. family, church members and friends. IN MEMORIAM AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOTHER HATTIE TAYLOR March 15, 1910 -February 29, 2008 N_o wordscan how m:uch you are t:nissed You_will forever be m our,))earts. Happy b1rthday on March 15 200, 9. yoj.ir :tamily and friends .. ; t, .\1' .IN .MEMORIAM, I t ""' ; ll 'f ( LOIS B. HARDY 1939 -March 9, 1997 We continue to think of you and all the loving memories. You will never be for'gotten and we will always love you .mother. ... From your daughter. Evelyn Herring, and grandkids and family. It's been t2 years now. J:J c l> :: l> J:J (') ::I: ...... !N N 0 0 CD C> m .... CD I l>


/ :1) g Memoriams N M ,.... IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR DAD TERRENCE T. NICHOLS, SR. 3/6/1968-3/12/2001 Dad, it has been eight heart breaking years since God looked in His garden and found an empty place. He then looked down, upon the earth, and sawyour handsome face. He put His anns around you, aqd whispered in your ear, "Cl:me with me." His garden must be beautiful, because He always takes the best. We miss you so very much; and we cherish the wonderful memories and love that you gave us. Forever loved, your children, Terrence, Jr., Terrencia, Antwan, the rest of the family. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" We're not just in your .,We're pan of' y9ur community. .. Be_ing located in your and being an active member of it .are rwo very different things: Asyour neighbOrhood funeral home we're honored to serve you bOth through funeral care and community involvement. Call us to learn how we can serve you further. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th Tampa, R. 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM HAROLD B. WARMACK Sunrise: March 18, 1929 Sunset: July 28, 2007 Harold B. Warmack who loved God dearly, is missed deeply by your wife of 56 years and family. He left a great void in our heart and we miss him deeply. A BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CRAIG 0. MONTANA Sunrise: 3/11/6o Sunset: 3/11/06 Although you've sailed on, it feels good to have sailed with you. And to be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord. DEA. RAYMOND BRINSON July 17, 1937-March 11, 2008 Gone, but not forgotten. We love you. Support .The Florida Sentinel Advertisers ELIZABETH M. HARRIS 'GRANNY BELL' To our beloved grandmother. You are always in our thoughts. With all our love, grand and greats and me, Linda. IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR PARENTS HOWARD HEPBURN January 5, 1924-March 13, 2007 LEORA 'LEOLA' HEPBURN September 28, 1923 -January 27, 2008 We love you both so much, but you loved each other more, and God loved you both. We miss your presence, but your memories and your love are engraved in our hearts and our lives forever. Rest Dad and Mom! The Hepburn (Malcolm and Angel; Mark, and Matthew and Carolyn), Collins (Carolyn and Norris), Taylor (Debra) and Lester (Theora) and familieS.


Cards Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS CORY 'WILLIE' .DWAYNE MOORE, JR. The family of the late Cory Moore, Jr. would like to thank everyone for their prayer.s, telephone calls, cards, flowers, food and other acts of kindness shown during their time of bereavement. Special thanks to: the staff of -' Carnegie Funeral Home and Lavoy EXceptional School. Thank you. We love you all.' The family of Cory Moore, Jr: THANK YOU DAVID JACKSON The family of the late David (Pete) Jackson, wishes to thank you for your prayers, cards, flowers or whatever part you played during his demise. Special thanks to: Ray Williams FuneralJiome, Rev. Frankie L. McClendon, Rev.: Laytona Floyd, Ms. Vickie Jackson, Ms. Belinda Brown, Mr. Wright Cusseaux, Ybor Health CareCenter, Eligah and Stars ofFL #386. God hies' s all. Michael Jackson, Celesti.ne,,obe_fis and family. -. .... ,_; ... ., local news education religion business health I sportr family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 National Governor Crist Names James E.C. Perrv To Florida Supreme Court Justice James E. C. Perry with Governor Crist, right, and his family at the announcement Wednesday by Governor Crist, naming him to Florida's Supreme Court. -Praises Judge Perry's compassion, dedication to _jWitice and equality -TALLAHASSEE-Governor Charlie Crist Wednesday na,med longtime jurist James E. C. Perry to the Florida Supreme Court. Judge Perry, 65, is Governor Crist's fourth appointment to the seven-member high court. He is the fQurth African-American justice to serve on the seven-member state Court. He joins Justj.ce Peggy Quince. ;,I have given much thought to appoirtting Judge Perry to Florida ; s highest court," said Governor Charlie Crist. "Our .. sions Ori i mp6rtafit matters. I arri:"confident Judge"Perry will rule wit_ h restrai-nt, fairness and humility. He has shown, throughout'his personal.and professional life; the ability to bala nce"justiCe With humanity." Judge Perry has served as a judge for the 18th Judicial Circuit serving Seminole and Brevard Counties since 2000, when then-Governor Jeb Bush appointed him as the cir cuit's first African-American judge At the time of the appoint ment, Governor Bush said: "James brings a high level of professionalism knowledge and skill to the bench I am confident that his expertise, strong commitment and dedication will continue to be an asset to the 18th Judicial Circuit and the state." His daughter, Kamilah Perry is an attorney in the Tampa community. Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Wills can 'Relp: .. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At .. :.109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa,FL 33609 Jeraldine Williams Shaw 'A:ttorytey-At-Law 1920 E. 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The officer made a U-turn to pull over the car Another vehicle, thinking the officer was trying to pull her over, merged to the right lane, in front of the vehicle the officer was pursuing RODERICKJ:ACKSON .... killed in accident FERRIE ROWELL ..... killed in accident and was wanted for attempted murder in orange County. ]J n :I: "T1 r-0 :II 6 > en m z ::! Z m While attempting to pass the other car, the driver of the suspect vehicle lost control and crashed into a business at 1510 South MacDill Avenue. All of the occupants were from Orlando Orange County. Seriously injured were back-c: seat passengers Jamar 1=Green, 22, and Freddie !!l Thomas, Jr., 15, who was Z Killed in the accident were the driver, Roderick S. Jackson, 24, and the front seat passenger, Ferrie Rowell, 24. Authorities said Rowell was wanted on an attempted murder charge in reporte.d to be Jackson's brother. 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:I: u 0:: <( :2: c 0:: LL. a: u.. c z <( c en w ::: it w > w c w :::E: en :::::i ID ::: D. z i= w ..J ..J ::: ID I ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J u.. <( I N N w (!J No Suspect Identified In Teenager's Stabbing DO NELL BURNSIDE .... hospitalized after stabbing Hillsborough County Sheriffs detectives are still investigating the stabbing of a 17y ear-old male Tuesday ev ening. Deputies reported that Donell Burnside was a passenger on a HARTline bus when an altercation began between him and several others on the bus. Deputies said Burnside got off the bus at 56th Street and Sligh where the altercation continued and he was stabbed. Burnside located a deputy in the area and told him he had been stabbed. He was transported to a local hospital where he was admitted, and hospital offi cials have released no information on his condition. Man Arrested After Pursuit JEREMY HEARD On Wednesday night, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies pursued a man into Pinellas County where he was arrested. At 9 p m a deputy initiated a traffic stop near 143rd and 12th Street. The vehicle had a headlight out. When the deputy initiated the traffic stop, the car did not stop, but continued to drive at a slow rate of UNCLE SANDY 3,5,"When man is wrapped up in 'himself, he rriakes a 7, 8, 11,23,27,31.32,35,43, 48 pretty small package. speed. The deputy followed the vehicle and a few blocks away, the driver stopped and a passenger got out of the vehicle but the vehicle continued on. There was no pursuit at that time. A second deputy spotted the vehicle on I-275 and reported seeing several bullet holes in the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle saw the patrol vehicle and sideswiped the deputy's cruise r. The deputy then pursued the vehicle onto the interstate, where the deputy was sideswiped again. The pursuit went across the Howard Franklin Bridge and ended in Pinellas County, where the suspect hit a pole Pinellas County Sheriffs deputies and the St. Petersburg Police Department were notified that the pursuit had entered their jurisdiction Jeremy Heard, 19, was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforce m ent officer, ana 'driving without a valid lice nse. Other charges are pending, and he was also on probation for felon y fleeing and e luding, police :,;a id Trio Charged With sening Fire To Home Tampa Fire Investigators working with the Tampa Police Department, arrested two adults and a juvenile for arson and attempted murder in connection with a fire Monday at 1202 east Columbus Drive. Luis Hernandez, 25, Abdiel Gonzalez, 22, and Raul Diaz, 15, were charged in the offense. The investigation remains open and active at this time and no further information is available Fraud Suspect Gets 5-Year Sentence RONALD FAVORITE .. sentenced to 5 years in prison On March 2nd, Ronald Favorite, 28, was sentenced to five years in Florida State Prison by Hillsborough County Circuit Court Judge Ronald N. Ficarrotta. Accord ing to county detectives, Favorite had use d a forged Tampa Electric Company identification to fool area residents into paying him their TECO bill after he p erformed a phony audit on their accounts The incidents occurred in Decembe r 2008 in the University Community a r ea. At the time of the incid ents, Favorite was o n probatio n H ICE BAIL BONDS for s ch e m e to d efraud, which was vi ol a t e d as a result of Us Be Your I stAnd Last Choice the D ecembe r incid ents. 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Crime Bank Robberv suspect Arrested DEN ARlO JONES CLEARWATER -On Monday night, Clearwater Police arrested a man after receiving a tip as the suspect in the armed robbery of Fifth Third Bank on March 3rd. Denario Jones, 30, has been charged in the robbery. According to police, the suspect walked into the bank and handed a teller a note demanding money and impJying he had a weapon. ThE? suspect ran from the bank after obtaining the cash. A perimeter was quickly set up by police and a K-9 track ended with negative results. Detectives-are now reviewing surveillance video of the robbery in which the suspect wore a nylon stocking cap Deoutv-Related Shooting Under Investigation BRENDA MCKAY ... recovering form gunshot wound to the thigh PINELLAS COUNTY -The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deputy related shooting that occurred Wednesday morning. Deputies were attempting to serve a search warrant at 3635 15th Avenue, South. After down the front door -of the residence, the first detective who entered unintenhorially dis. charged his handgun. Detectives said Brenda McKay, 45, was. lying on a couch in the living room of the home and was struck by a bullet in the thigh. A medic with the entry team "CALL RIC LEWISPRATI ... facing drug possession charges. rendered first aid and McKay was transported to a local hospital and admitted with a non-life threatening injury. Narcotics detectives will serve the search warrant at this location once the shootfng investigation is completed. -Prior to this incident, detectives served a search warrant at (mother residence. They said 34-year-old Lewis Pratt was arrested on drug charges as he left that address in a vehicle. Detectives seized marijuana, crack cocaine and at least one firearm from the vehicle and residence. AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? .Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS Driver Cited In Accident Involving Toddler Tampa Police cited a driver in an accident Wednesday that involved a toddler. Amanda Arrindell was pushing a stroller with her year-old son, Javon inside, west on Bougainvillea at Tampa Street. A vehicle, driven by Margare' t Crowell, 64, stopped at the stop sign at that intersection, then pro ceeded to turn right. When she turned right, police said she did not see the woman pushing the stroller and struck it, knocking it over with the toddler in it. The child nor the mother. were injured, and there was no damage to the car. The stroller, however, was broken and not useable. Crowell was cited for careless driving. Man Sentenced To 15 Years For 2007Murder EDGAR BROWN JAMES BLACKWELL BARTOWAn Avon Park man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for a 2007 fatal shooting in Lakeland. Edgar Brown, 25, declined a trial prior to jury selection and took a plea deal in the killing of Luther Golliday, 24, of Lakeland. The shooting took place September 26, 2007 at a BP gas station. Lakeland Police said Golliday's car door bumped Brown at Club Kathleen, and Brown later found Golliday in the gas station's parking lot and shot him three times. Brown pleaded no contest to second-degree murder. He was originally charged with first-degree murder. Brown's co-defendant, James Blackwell was also originally charged with first degree murder. Detectives spoke to witnesses who reportedly said Brown was upset after being struck with the door and getting into a verbal confronta tion with Golliday. Witnesses told detectives Blackwell passed the gun to Brown. Blackwell, 21, pleaded rio contest October 24, 2008 to being an accessory after the fact to first-degree murder. He was s entenced to 10 months in jail. Duo Charged With Dragging OHicer ..... 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0) Back Page M ,... A Celebration Of Double Honor BY KATURAH JENKINS-HALL, Ph. D. The el d e rs who direct th e affairs of th e church w e ll are worth of' doubl e honor, es p eci ally tho se whose work is preaching and teaching. I Timothy 5 : 17 Many great things happened in 1952. The cure for tuberculosis was celebrated, newly elected President Eisenhower promised to end. the war, and Nat King Cole's "Unforgettable" hit the top of the popular music charts. Also unforgettable to Mr. Albert and Mrs. Eddye Gallmon was the birth of their oldest son, Albert Gallmon, Jr., on March 1, 1952. On that date 2009, that son celebrated his 57th birthday, as well as his first official day of work as the new Pastor of Peace Progressive M. B. Church, Tampa: 'A Double Honor.' Rev. Gallmon and his wife, Mrs. Wilma Gallmon were greeted with a standing ovation from over 120 guests in the banquet room at a local restaurant, as they were escorted in by one of the organizers, Jamie Wilburn. "It is wonderful to see the church family I just left, meet my new church family. It seemed like a providential encounter and I pray that it is only the beginning of a great fellowship between churches," said Pastor Gallmon. Formerly, Director of Ministries and Assistant to the Pastor of Bible-Based Fellowship Church, where he served for about one year just after relocating from Minnesota, Rev. Gallmon. was elated to see such a great crowd of old and new friends. "Peace Progressive would not miss the opportunity to celebrate our new Pastor," said Ms. Sheila Sanders, an officer of Peace Rev. Gallmon expressed his gratitude for the love that has been extended to him and his family the second they walked into the doors oftheir new church home. In an open mic format, the Gallmons enjoyed testimony after testimony of how Rev. and Mrs. Gallmon blessed the lives of others through their friendship and leadership. Through songs rendered by friend, Richard Newton and "niece," Natalie Jones, Rev. Gallmon was reminded to "roll back the curtains of his life" and remember to "keep giving God the best that he's got." The hostess encouraged the audience to participate in a competition for the best 'Rev. AI Gallmon imitation.'. It is a well-known fact that this passionate, inspirational preacher often accentuates his messages with distinctive movements of his tall, slender. frame when the Spirit is high Best imitation award went to 10-year-old Breanna Vieux, who obviously has paid attention in service Rev. Gallmon ministers to both old and young, as evidenced by the span of age groups in attendance. "Peace Progressive will be kllown by our Christian LL behavior, love for all people, and our praise and worship," Rev. Gallmon stated in his first sermon. "Through praise and worship, not condemnation and C criticism, we will win the hearts of the community.'' 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Pastor Albert Gallmon, Jr. and First Lady, Sister Wilma Gallmon after his first ser-mon as Pastor of Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church. The Forward Family: Kristopher, Kenneth, II, Ken and Lawana after the worship service. Rev. Sam King and Mrs. Carolyn King after the worship service. Crash Of Speeding Ferrari Kills Mixed Manial Ans Figure Charles lewis VIRGINIA -He was a former lawman who called himself "Mask" and advocated a hold-nothing-back lifestyle that helped transform mixed martial arts fighting into a craze and turned his own fighting apparel company into a multimillion-dollar business. Before dawn Wednesday on a long, straight stretch of road in Newport Beach, Charles Lewis was killed when his red Ferrari collid ed with a white Porsche in an accident so violent that the red sports car was ripped in half and his CHARLES LEWIS female passenger was hurled into the street. Police said the two cars appeared to have been traveling side by side at a high rate of speed at 12 : 57 a.m. on Jamboree Road near the Upper Newport Bay when they collided. Officers said they are investigating whether the drivers were racing. The Porsche driver, identified as Jeffrey David Kirby, 51, of Costa Mesa, was arrested after alleged ly abandoning his car on a side street near the colli sion and taking off on foot with his female passenger. Kirby is being held on sus picion of felony drunk dri ving and driving under the influence. Bail is set at $2 million


Florida Museum Of Photographic Arts Honors Students, Organization NATASHA JOSEPH ... First Place Winner Last month, twenty-three students from Van Buren Middle School and a member of the Men of Vision were honored during the 3rd Annual Youth Heritage Photo Contest. The honors were bestowed upon the honorees by the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts. The program's theme was, "What I like best about my community." Inspired by a poem written by James Tokley, Tampa's Poet Laureate, and Tampa's 2006 Photographer Laureate, Steven S. Gregory, the students went into their respective neighborhoods to tell their stories. ... Second Place Winner The judges for the contest were: Latonya Anderson, Van Buren School Assistant Principal; Yolanda Anthony, Tampa Organization of Black Affairs Representative; Candice Cusseaux, Tampa Organization of Black Affairs Representative; Steven Gregory, Photographer Laureate; Alex McKnight, Shown on the front row: Ratavious Bartley, Men of Vision; Anthony McDaniels, Ms. LaTonya Anderson, Assistant Principal, Carlisha Robinson, and Josselin Navarrete. Shown on the second row: Ciara Demontegnac, Ty'sheona Williams, Natasha Joseph, Legend Mayo, Eraunna Hairston, Shakala Peterson, Zina Washington, Tavanda and Cannon, Eddie Lee. Shown on the third row: Ken Anthony, Black Heritage Representative, Antonio Joseph, Brianna Henderson, Latosha Gaillard, Nawayne Dixon, Dejanique Hooi, Zamara Williams, Jim Di Mauro, of the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, Rudy Jackson, Black Heritage. Among the students who participated-in the 3rd Annual-Youth Heritage Photo ContestRatavious Fritzhel Jean, Lamar Woods, and Bryon Wright. Devonte Danze, James Elissaint, and Devonte Robinson were among those who attended the 3rd Annual Youth Heritage Photo Contest. EDDIE LEE ... Thb d Place Winner teacher at St. Petersburg's Youth Arts Corp and Commercial Photographer; and Patrick Mitchell, Black History Festival. The winner of the first place prize was Natasha Joseph, who won a $1,ooo scholarship. The second place trophy arid a $500 scholarship went to Tavanda Cannon. Eddie Lee claimed the third place prize of a $2SO scholarshiR. All three winners are 8 h grade students at Van Buren Middle School. Photographs provided by Julia Jackson, Ross Anderson, Resource Teacher Men of Vision Sponsor; and the winning photographs taken from the website of -the Florida Museum of photographic Arts. Mrs. Shirley Knowles is shown with Mrs. Annie L. McClinton at the 3r 4Dnual Youth Heritage Photo Gerard Fred .Hearns attended the event. Janice Carter Collier and Troy Collier attended the 3rd Annual Youth Heritage Photo Contest.


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ASHLEY, A'MAURI And AN9"EL Happy 25th birthday to our mommie. We love you and wish you many more. W. WESLEY ALLEN AKA Woody Happy Birthday. I love the both of you. We've Done It Again She'll be holding my cash while I'm loving her down. Happy birthday, Bae! Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: _1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info Kallis will be celebrating her 1st birthday with family and friends at MacFarlane Park on Saturday, March 14th. Happy birthday baby, we love you. Love, Douchie-and Rita. FATBISMAnd AMAZING H a ppy birthday to Fatboy. My friend for life. Love you, partner. From the "Alnazing One." It's Not Your Age, It's Y9ur Boo Boo! MS. BOSSY I don't say too much, I let my swag do the talking. Yeah, it's that time for me to shine. Happysothl:)irtl\.day, Mommy, we love you! Tonja and Tavaris. ASIA, SIAH, I-2 And 1-4 Yes, Ws th a t time again! Birthday wishes are gbing out to Ms. ..... w N 0 0 (0 "T1 r 0 22-0 )>_ en m z :::! z m rI OJ c: r-rm ::L 2: Siah on March 11. So come celebrate with ,her on March 14. Oh "'D yeah, invitation only! Love always. ffi Belated Wishes are going out to papa, granddaddy and Ti Ti r-Alicia: Happy birthday. --(i), *******ATTENTION ALL PASTORS******* Do You Need A Piano Player For Your Church? Give Me A Call At (813) 789-2774 -_ : :._ .. : A Message That Portrays Real L_ife ExperiencesA PurposeASpiritl :tal Journey The .XRl! fcy,J The Bring, Q n Much Laughter! And The Story-Lme Is Sure To Captivate Your Attention! _.-, ::t m 0 m < m :a -< -4 c: m en c )> z 0 "T1 22' c


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Religious Many people mess up new opportunities because they go into new places with the same attitude, mentality, and spirit. As God gives you a new chance you must allow God to wash you of your unclean past and put a new spirit in you ANew Chance Because 01 Him God will give you a new chance in spite of you. He gives you a new chance to demonstrate the power of His name. Instead of chastising them, He blessed them. It is sometimes easy to hurt and get even. But it shows power and -forgive and do tl1aiwl1ich 'is' good. name is an Important part of a person's life. It is extremely important to have a good name. Not only must the name be good, but the reputation must be good as well. God has a good name and the reputation to accom pany it. Because His name and reputation are good, He does whatever He needs to do to maintain its goodness. This week's lesson teaches what happens in the lives of the people of God when God acts to protect His name. In the book of Ezekiel the story is told of how God restores and protects His name among a peo ple who have sinned and gone astray. God gives the people a new opportunity. He gives them a new chance at a better life. The reason for this newness is not because the people neces sarily deserve it. God says, "I do this not for your sakes, but for my own," (vs. God said they have brought shame to His name in the land in which they live among the heathens. They have disgraced Him. Think ab out the days of old when you acted up or "showed out" and embar rassed your parents. Back in the day families the family name. You were riot going to bri1,1g embarrassment upon the.family. It is important for tlie people of God to know and understand that many of the blessings they have were not b.ow they what of -.... ,.:-..-;' His name s sake : : .Jle makes known the awesomeness of His name "l))r His people. To His love and desire for His people to live better lives and to bring honor to His name, God relocates His people. God has decided to bring the people out from among those who walk contrary to His will (vs. 24). God will take them to their own land. He further shows how great He is by washing them when they get there and by giving them a new heart and n_ewspirit. God does not just .. w,ant to put His people in a new place;. but He wants to be able to walk upright in the new place. He does however say to them that they shall remember their own evil ways (vs. 31). They shall look down upon themselves for all the things they have done. God allows them to remember how they 'treated betrayed, and embarrassed Him in a new place. This serves notice to the people of God today that as you live a blessed life, remember the evil deeds of your past; knowing that in spite of them all God still blessed you. You are blessed because God chose to bless you. It was not about you or because of you, but it is about Him. God bestows a newness, upon His people for His own name sake ........... Mt. Zion A. E. A Super Natural Church Composed Of Super Natural People" 7401 So. Kissimmee St. Port Tampa, FL 33616 (813) 837-0129 Office Hours: Tues. And Thurs. 10 A.M.-6 P.M. New Matthew Missionary 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, .------813-242-6268 Sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30A.M." .?unday Morning Worship@ 11 :00 A M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study @ -6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study @7:00P.M. Invites You To Fellowship Wrth Us As We Celebrate Our ANNUAL FAMILY AND FRIENDS DAY CELEBRATION SUNDAY, MARCH 1s, 2009 11:00A.M. ELDER ROBERT E. BENN, SR. 4:00P.M. & Pastor ELDER LEROY TURNER, JR. Pastor, LoVing Hill Primitive CJ'lurch "A Christ Centered Home" 1 John 1 : 8-10 SUN DAY, MARCH _ts ; 2009 11:00AM MORNING WORSHIP DEACON LEROY SHEPPARD, SR., SPEAKER 7:00PM DEACONS; WIVES IN CHARGE OF SERVICE ,DEACON WILLIAM B. MCCULLOUGH, SR. CHAIRMAN OF DEACONS' BOARD ELDER CHARLES DAVIS, PASTOR ..... w 1\) 0 0 (0 'TI b l:l en m z -1 z m r;-: m c: r r-gJ z ., c: m r-c;; :I: m c m < m -1 c: m en. c l> z c ., l:l 6 .,.. <


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Church Directory NEW MT. ZION B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) DR. WALTER J. WJLUAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -9:30A.M. Morning Worship -1 0:551'. M. Wed., Family Night-71?.M. Dea. John C. Lovett, Cha1rman Board Of Deacons.: 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N. 29th St. TAMPA, FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@verizon.net Sun.day Bible Class ............... 9:15 A.M. Mor0ing 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. Work: 1st Sat... .. 1 (} 12 Noon JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (C6rner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop E _ddie Newkirk, .Sr. Pastor WEEKLY:WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8 : 00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 1 0:45 Worship Servibe (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 N'..oon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 : 30 P. M. Free Tuto:rial 6:45 P. Adult & Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@ aol.corri Mission A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man. Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC/ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor r.f?l: Fax. (813) 254-1441 aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord s Suppe r (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH Hillsborough High School 5000 N. Central Ave. Tampa, FL 33603 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, FL 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 Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 5202 86th St. Tampa 677-2411 Sunday Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. S.''-. .. :' Church School 9:30A.M. Bible each Wednesday Take Progress Blvd to S 85th St., turn North, go to Ash Ave turn E follow the curve to the left (S. 86th St ) ar. d the church is on the right REV. JOE GAY, Pastor Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW-6:00 P .M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M RE-BIRTH MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1924 East Comanche Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 238-8911 Welcomes You To An Exciting Place To Worship Electrifying Praise, Powerful Teaching & Preaching 10A. M. Every Sunday Morning PASTOR ZACHERY And MRS. FREDDIE HUDSON LAURA STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST 1310 East Laura Street Plant City, FL 33566 (813) 752-2858 William Kerrlson, Minister Sunday Morning Bible Study ........ .. 9 A.M. Morning Worship Worship ... 10: 15 A.M. Evening Worship ...................... 5 P.M. Wednesday Morning Bible Study ............ 10 AM. Evening Bible Study ........ 7 P.M. '1\'\e early Bi,..ct Wotsbip: 7:45ani Sunday School: 9:45arn1 Morning Worship: !0:45am Night Bible Study:7 :OOpm ITra nsnortntion d.YnultT.JJit"l For :\I ore Infonnation Call: {813) 251-3389 Email:newsal('m.mbc.<'on} PLACE YOUR CHURCH SERVICE AD IIERE! Contact MRS. HAYES (813) 248-1921 Or editor@ flsentinel.con1 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 or 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 'T1 r-0 ::rJ c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm :::! z "'C c: m c CJ) ::I: m c m < m ::rJ -< -1 c: m CJ) 0 )> z c 'T1 ::rJ c ;g C> m ...... I m


0) g Local N C") T"" :I: (.) a: <( over 2,000 Attend 42nd Annual Holv Convocation ::! > <( c BY JULIA JACKSON a: More than 2 000 pers ons Church of God in Chris t spoke on Tuesday night. Bishop Darrell Hines, Chairman of the Men's Conference ; was the spe aker on Wednesday. Pastor Marvin Winans of Detroit, MI was the guest on Thursday night. A 200-voice male choir was in charge of this service LL a ttended the 42nd Annual c a: LL c z <( c en w ::::) .... w > w c Ll,l :I: en :J m ::::) D.. z i= w ...J 5 m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL Holy Convocation of the Jurisdiction of Southwestern Florida of the Church of God in Christ. This may have been the largest attended convocation in the jurisdiction. Brown Memorial COGIC, Bishop Matthew Williams, Pastor, was the headquarters. "All things, All People, All Godly strategies," 1 Corinthians 9:19-22 was the convocation theme. Many are still in awe of the spiritual services rendered within a week. The lineup of guests starte d with Stellar Award-winning gospel diva, Karen Clark Sheard at the Convocation Concert The Most Reverend Charles E. Blake, Sr., Presiding Bishop of the Mother Delores Davis and Mother Alberta Baker were the speakers on Friday. Elder Dontae Jenkins spoke to the AIM group on Saturday. The Official Day Founders Day service was held on Sunday afternoon with all the jurisdictional churches in attenda n ce Jurisdictiona l Pre l a t e Bishop Matthew Williams d elivere d the afternoon message. (Photos by Julia Jackson George Streets Tabernacle Missionary Baptist .. .... r ... 2716 N. 34th Street Tampa, FL Theme: "Following God's Plan, Not Man's Plan" Keynote Speaker: ANTONIO HAWKINS Pastor, Exciting Faith Alive At Tampa Bay Linda C. Williams, Chairperson S1s. Ethel M. McGill, Co Chairperson Sunday, March 1 Theme: !'Christian Women Trusting In The Lord" ...: ... : : :::: :,,,., ... ,., P.roverbs 3:1-18 0:45 Praise & Wors 11 A.M. Speaker Sis. Angela Hall m Of Lord Remember Us Clb Fellowship Church w CJ Coine l .owship Missionary Whitehurst of St. Petersburg. Superintendent Clethen Sutton. First Lady of Emmanuel COGIC, Sharon Smalley. Mother Gayle Williams, Bishop Matthew Williams and musical guest Evangelist Karen Clark-Sheard. Mother Elizabeth G. Crooms, Supervisor of Women Central Florida No. 1, Minister Steve Marshall, Southeast Regional Coordinator, COGIC, special guest, Karen Clark-Sheard and Deacon Bennie Smith, JSWF Minister of Music. Bishop Matthew Williams with members of Predestination of Germany.


Social March Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the March celebrants: Darlene Stewart, Sandy Graham, Christine Young, Pamela Gardner, Allison Baker, Jessica Martin, Je!}nifer Thompson, Elizabeth Roberts, Master Daniel Lawrence, Camille Hepburn-Williams and Betty Porter. St. Joseph M. B. Church Rev. Thomas Heyward, Interim Pastor an d members from St. Joseph M. B Church, send birthday greetings to Shauntavia Watson, Derrick Blue and Talecia Collins. St. James A.M. E. Church The Pastor and congregation extend birthday wishes tb the following: Mrs. Shirley Sanchez, Mrs. Sallie Holmes. Happy anniversary: Rev. and Mrs. Joe L. (Eva) Gay, Rev.: and Mrs. James (Diana) Murphy, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph (Lillian) Tolbert. Uplifting Prayers His eye is on the sparrow and I know He watches over us. Let us keep the sick and shut:ins in our daily. prayers : Evelyn Webb, Alfreda Rose, Roger _Humphrey, the Vickers; Dan and Willie Mae Wright, Sis. Lillie Mae Stokes, Major Milligan, Willie Ed Chaney, Lula Philon, Lucille Moore, James Wiggs, E;velyn Wiggs, Sis. Lillian Harris Lena Mae W t.! g -ht,: 'Ms. ) .lo ,,._.. f. Carmen. arcia (St. 'Joseph's: -ospitaif M rs. Mary Hickman Ford and Sallie Holmes. Get well wishes go a ll the way to Sacramento, CA, to Miss Elaine Livingston, who was recently released from the hospital. This blessed wish comes from your Aunt Peggie Lise and. family i _nt!1e ..: ... i"i .. area. .. <' --"'"""'-"'-.. ""'"' .. Our prayers are.-with tlie families Of the three missii1g pro-football players and we wish the rescued player a speedy recovery. Prayer changes things Let us keep the sick in our daily walk: James Joyner, George Smith, Samuel Sheppard, Sister Sylvia Royal, Sister Tracie Taylor, Kena Salisbury, Sister Elaine Johnson, Brother Wilbert Johnson, Sister Bert Graham, Brother Mack Sneed, and the entire St. Joseph Church family. Sympathy Our deepest sympathy is extended to the Collins and Monroe families in the loss of their loved one, Mr. Earl L. Monroe, Jr., who was funeralized Saturday ; March 7, 2009. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Boulevard (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.). My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry Inmates can request a FREE Bible and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677 4618 Thought For Today "When a man is down, do not put your foot on him, Primitive u amW#tg work with $ong written fro_m the he11rl.. Vlonel Bell, PbUadelpbla, PA "Wh11t do you $11)1 11bout a CD thtd tllkes you from r11unchU'f $exy to cheek-to-cheek rom-tic Me& Henley, Pine River, MN Fmt: "I Need AI Freak" Now: "Prilnitive" you can call a come bllclc beCIIU$e thu u a CO'fM .. lilt b11by/ Tony Marball "Banana" Bedford,OH "Die II from, Primitive u AWESOME/" The _.trlnp $Ound very 'mce I love It/ -Nikki Nicole, Miami FL I thought I tliu guy.. -Cbrb Mavro, Broadview Hts, OH -Tile PRIMITIVE CD u 11We$omel I feel $Ome &onp can be U$ed for 11nything, even 11 movie &core or 11 TV theme song. .. Sunblne M. Marrero, North CaroUDa AvaUable @AWESOME SOUNDS on Route 301 SENSUOUS SOUNDS SYSTEMS, Buc:b Blvd & Tbe BP STATION -:Z5:Z4 Eallt Bucb Blvd. lean down and as k him if it's anything you can do for him. Scripture (Philippians 4=13) I can do all things through Christ, which strengtheneth me F.Y.I. L e t us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily ., :II c )> Remember the helpers in --< the kitchen: Thelma, (813) :5: 671-3614, Family Deli (813) 671-1541 or H 0 P (813) 0 238-5221. ::I: .... Call your news in to Ira dean London-Biggs as I\) 0 (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! o Yes We Can! en m z ::::! z m r-OCPIZMS.C:::M 15"&16"-$795 17" -19-$895 1 m c: r rm :: 20"-$1095 22"-$1695 24" ,;, 2695 .:. .... 20"-$1395 22"-$1995 _24"-...., ,.,., ..... 26"-$3995 28"-$5995 30"-$9995 ) 9370 N. FLORIDA AVE.= TAMPA,FL OPEN MON. -SAT. 9-6 ::::! z "'tJ c: m c en ::I: m 0 m < m :II -< -4 c: m en 0 )> z 0 ., -<


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Health News Which vaccines DO You Need;t Chances are, when you hit adulthood, yo u figured that you were pretty much done with vaccines, except for the occasional flu shot. But it's time to r oll up your sleeve. Experts say th e right vacci nes can prevent pain and mis ery -and could even save your life. Tdap Booster: Prevents whooping cough, diphtheria, and tetanus MMR: Prevents mumps, measles, and rubella in adults, mumps can be serious: 1 in 20 women develop swelling of the ovaries; 1 in 5 men, inflamma tion of the testes. Rarely, adult mumps can cause potentially de adly encephalitis (an infec tion of the brain). If you were born between 1957 and 1967. you're particu larly susceptible to catching mumps, because the version of the vaccine your pediatri cian gave you wasn't effective enough to provide reliable life long protection. Flu Vaccine: Prevents flu-and potentially deadly pneumonia. G e t it When You Turn 6o Zostavax: Pr events s hin gles and po s th e rpeti c n e ural gia On e in four peop l e who ha ve had chickenpox eventually d e ve l ops the blistering r as h of shingles--caused when the chickenpox virus, Varicella zos t e r, i s r eac tivated Around 40% will go on to suffer what's been described as the wors t kind of pain imaginable. Called postherpetic neuralgia (PHN), it is so agonizing that it's be e n known to lead some people to suicide. You've never had chicken pox? Then definitely get the chickenpox vaccine, Varivax, as well. Adult chickenpox has a substantially higher risk of complications, such as pneumonia and potentially deadly encephalitis. Medical Symptoms To Beware 01 Her e a re 6 medical symptoms you should keep in mind: 1. 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:n 5 Entertainment :'II :") ,.... Chris Brown Pal: We Shouldn't Judge so Fast DAVID BANNER LOS ANGELES -Friends of Chris Brown and Rihanna continue to speak out about the couple's recent drama. >-"It's a really touchy subject for me-a really touchy :1:: subject," David Banner, .L Brown's collaborator on the :::l 2008 hit "Get Like Me z ct (Stuntin' Is a Habit)," told us at last night's A Place Called Home benefit at Pinz bowling alley in Studio City, Calif. "But I think that until everybody gets all of the information, we shouldn't judge." Like Mekhi Phifer told us last weekend, Banner said we should remember how young Brown and Rihanna are. "It was a bad situation either way it goes, but I really, honestly believe more than anything that those are kids," he said. "People forget that. :Those are still kids." He continued, "We look atthem, they're millionaires, they're doing well for themselves, but they're just two kids. And I really think that instead of being as harsh about the situation, people should help. And I don' t think people look at. it like that." 0 'J) .u ::J I-T.l. Reponed IV Won't Head To Prison Until End Of The Month >:X: .u > .u :::l .u J: '/) J a ::) 1. z: u .J .J ::) a .J u z: z u n 3 J: ) J 1.. Q I 0 u T. I. As T.I. counts down his time as a free man, he's getting a few things in order. The rapper is keeping busy with his MTV show "Road to R edemption," and he performed a show this past weekend in Miami, bidding adieu to many of his ardent supporters before serving prison sentence. And he's still recording music, getting in some lastminute studio time .with Toomp and others. T.I. (real name: Clifford Harris) is set to go before an Atlanta federal judge .on March 27. Accord ing to the April issue of Vibe, that's when Tip will officially be sentenced to prisoq. The sentence is part of an agreemerit the rapper struck after pleading guilty to weapons charges, stemming from his 2007 arrest prior to the BET Hip-Hop in Atlanta. The rapper was charged with possession of unregistered machine guns and silencers, and possession of firearms by a convicted felon Speculation had the rapper entering prison anytime from late February to early March, but in the Vib e cover story, the lawyers involved in the case explain some of the details of the rapper's plea:geal.\:... J... Kanve West Booked With Clarkson On American Idol' KELLY CLARKSON And KANYE WEST NEW YORK "American Idol" is about to get a double dose of star power: Kanye West and Kelly Clarkson. The Grammy winners will share the stage as performers during Wednesday's elimination show. West, making his first appearance on t)-le top-rated Fox series, will 'perform his hit song "Heartless"' from his latest album "BOBs & Heartbreak." Clarkson, the original "American Idol," will sing her chart-topper "My Life Would Suck Without You," off her new album that drops Tuesday The show -a ratings juggernaut since it debuted in 2002 -has attracted numerous top artists as mentors and performer-s in recent seasons. Among them: Mariah Carey, Prince, Gwen Stefani, Dolly Parton and Jennifer Lopez. Fantasia To Reprise Her Role In 1he Color Purple' FANTASIA WASHINGTON "'American Idol" winner Fantasia Barrino will reprise her lead. role of Celie in the first North American touring production of "The Color Purple" when the Broadway mus ical opens in Washington. The Kennedy Cente r announced that Barrino (pronounced bur-REE'-no) will join the cast for the five-week engagement starting in June. Barrino was the first ever "American Idol" winn e r to star on Broadway. A s in g l e mothe r and high school dropout from North C arolina, Barrino has rapidly ascende d to stardom afte r winning the third sea son of "American Idol" in 2004 '0' Is For Oprah -AndObama CHICAGO --After sharing the cover of her magazine.with her slimmer self a couple months back, Oprah Winfrey is for the first time sharing it with somebody else: first lady Michelle Obama. Winfrey showed off the cover of the April issue during}'The Oprah Winfrey 'Sholb" broadcast Friday. The :media mogtDl had gone solo! on the "0" magazine covet for nine years. In the issue that will hit the newsstands March 17, Wirlfrey interviews the firstllady about topics ranging from her decorating philosoJ>hy to how she hopes she help other women. Irfthe interview, Obama talk$about her first weekend in the White House and how :the Obama family sees it as their responsibility to First lady Michelle Obama, left, is shown with Oprah Winfrey on the April 2009 cover of "0, The Oprah Magazine, available on newsstands March 17. make the White House what she calls the "people's house. Eminem Pins Down. Relapse Release Date i LOS ANGELES --The real :Slim Shady is not. only up, he' s coming back And, most important, setti:Og a date for his ever-elusiVe resurgence. Eininem has at long last pinn:ed down May 19 for the release of Relapse, his first new/studio album in more than' four years. As the announcement has been such a long time com-ing for loyal fans-the album was first announced last fall and: originally slated for release py Christmas of last is off ering up a double dose of good news for his long-suffering music minions, -confirming recent reports that R e laps e will be quickly follow e d by another new album, the aptly if rather unimaginatively title d R e lap se 2. '' A lot of people were expecting. to drop last year," Eminem said. "I. was one of them." "Then Dre and I went back in the studio in September for a few days, and that turned into six months, he said of his album's delay. "We were on such a roll; we wound up with a ton of new music p .roduced by EMINEM Dre. Putting out R e lapse 2 will let everyone get all of the best stuff." That album is currently without a firm release date, but is due out by the end of the year. Ln1rtheot meanti-me\ and regulallb .. par.t1 Wr' by pledging not to release any solo material until his mentor had secured a release-. joj _ned i.Q.rces month on Cr a ck a Bottle the debut off Eminem's forthcoming album. STARKES ROOFING, INC. Residential & Commercial L e ak R epai.n; N o Job T oo Sma U Or T o o Large 2 0 Y e ars E xp erie nce 5 Y ears Establi s h e d In Semin o l e Hei g ht s Co mmun i t y :\n11 \pplkatinns Fm I>rircr\ I.kcnsc i{cquircd DARRYL STARKES Roofing Contractor Li et :nsc# R C 0067277 L i c en sc d-Bonde d-IIIS Urt:d 1802 E. Mobile Avenue Tampa FL 33610 (813) 477-0108 Fax: (813) 236-7325 DARRYL. STARKES


Entertainment Oprah Tells Rihanna Chri$ Brown Will Hit You AuaiQ OPRAH WINFREY Oprah Winfrey has sent a very blunt message to Rihanna about Chris Brown. "He will hit you again," she said on her TV s how on Friday. Oprah was defensive that Rihanna has made the wrong decision in going back with Brown. "Give it some time. Get yourself some counselling Take care of yourself," she said on ;her show. "Heal yourself first. Love doesn't hurt and if a man hits you once he Y.,ill hit you again. I don't care what his plea is". Next week, Oprah will dedicate a show to spousal abuse. "I said to the p ro duc ers that I want to do a show about it next week d e dicat e d to all the of the world beaause you know in this. country the stati13tic is one out of four That is what is Last week Chris Brown entered a "no plea" and been charged with two ca,ses of assault. He will return to court of April 2 to face lthe charges. If found guilty, Chris Brown could be jailed !for up to four years. 50 cent Takinu A Backseat To Eminem: 50 CENT NEW YORK -50 Cent is taking a back seat to Eminem. The rapper says he won't release his "Before I S elf Destruct" CD until Eminem's album -tentatively titled -sees the light of day. "Right now I'm on a train, and the Em-choo-choo-car go,es first. I think people forgOtl13 that I'm a ctually E lhtn1em's a list'-be'cilUse I'velliad' so m1ut:nfsu' ccess on ani:l fmoved''away ;;..:;' 1!;1'1 1 I from it," the 32-year-old multiplatinum rapper said in an interview Tuesday. : "Because Dre is mixing Em's album, Em will be completed entirely before / we get a chance to finish,,up the pieces that me and Dre did together (for :my album)," he added. 50 may have a long wait. While Eminem's CD' is expected this year, :no release date has been set! But it's not the first time 50 has pushed back his album. The CD was expected to come out last December, but was dela.}led. Back then, 50 said because elements of it weren't complete, so he set a March release date. Right now, Eminem's got the most buzz musically. His first single, "Crach a Bottle," which features 50 Cent and Dr. Dre, hit No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart earlier this month. I Rihanna's Father Wailing For Her To Call RIHANNA BRIDGETOWN, BARBA DOS --Rihanna's father is reporte dl y waiting for her to tell him about the alleged attack by R&B singer Chris Brown. Ronald Fenty is the father of the Barbados native. The Barbados Nation News says Fenty is disturbed by reports of last month's altercation. The Sunday newspaper quotes Fenty as saying, "all I have been seeing is the Internet reports. I am waiting on her to call me." Fenty also complained that tabloids have been misquoting him. A Los Angeles police affi davit alleges that on Feb. 8, Brown punched, bit and choked Rihanna until she nearly lost consciousness. Brown's arrest prompted a retreat into secrecy for the singers. He has been charged with two felonies. Rihanna, 21, is known for "Umbrella" and other hits. Just days after Chris Brown was charged with assaulting and threatening a woman widely reported to be his girlfriend Rihanna, she is back to work with her producer, Adonis Shropshire "She's doing OK," her pro ducer, Shropshire, told HipHollywood.com. "I mean, of course (with) the situation, she's all right." Shropshire went on to explain that Rihanna is using her music as a means to try to move forward "You have to remember, she's still a kid," Shropshire said of the 21year-old. "With anybody in the world that goes through something, you have to bring yourself out of it. So I guess her refuge is her music, of course, as it should be. "Of course, there's still remnants of whatever from time to time," he continued "But she's definitely trying to move forward." Brown is back to business as usual, too. His MySpace page has a message to his fans asking them to vote for him in the Kids Choice Awards. Brown i s nominated in the ca t ego ri es for Favorite Male .Singer and Favorite Male Song. Th e only pos s ibl e nod to hi s l ega l situation is the closing of the post, which says simply "thank you for your support." "TT :::c 0 Will Chris Brown's CareerRecoverv Plan Workil }< )> :::C (") :X: Just when you thought things were cooling off in the Chris Brown and Rihanna saga, there has been yet another development. The Chicago-Sun Times reports that Brown and his fellow pop superstar girlfriend, Rihanna, may have worked out an agreement, supposedly entitled "Project Mea Culpa." The Latin phrase translates to "my fault," often used when someone wants to take responsibility for something they've done wrong. The agreement includes a promise by Brown to pay Rihanna $10 million dollars if another assault occurs, as well as a book deal and a joint TV appearance tour, obviously geared to repair Brown's badly damaged public image. On Friday, Chicago SunTimes columnist Bill CHRIS BROWN ...... w 1\) 0 0 m Barnes And Noble: z ::::! z m r-Displav A 'Hate Crime' 1 m c:: r rm -1 The founder and chairman of Barnes and Noble said the customer who placed a placed a book on monkeys among a display on President Barack Obama and the first family committed "nothing short of a hate crime,_ which should be punishable under federal statutes. Officials from the book retailer claim an unknown p e rson placed a copy of "Monheys: A Captivating Looh at Th ese Fascinating Animals" in the display then snapped a photo. Store workers removed the book as soon as someone noticed it, decrying claims that it was put there by an employee. z "tJ c:: m l en :X: m 0 m < m -1 c:: m 0 )> z 0 "TT :::c c "This malicious and despicable act is nothing' short of a hate crime, which should b e punishable under federal statutes," said -Leonard Riggio, found e r and chairm a n of Barnes and Nobl e, u; I m in a statement.


s Entertainment N Diddv Opened His Home To Chris Brown And Rihanna l)IDDY Diddy recently opened his Miami home to Chris Brown and Rihanna to ease their reconciliation following ah alleged altercation last month, and the music mogul spoke about the gesture on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." People.com reports that Diddy appeared uncomfort able when_ asked about the. matter but defended his decision nonetheless. "It was a dark time for them; and I was there as more of a support," he said. "I'm not immersed in [the proceed ings] I'm not going to pass judgment on it. I'm going to be there as a friend The pair staye d in Diddy's mansion for a few days before flying to Los Angeles for Brown's court appearance. While at the Miami home, Brown was photographed riding on a jet ski. The pictures had some wondering if the R&B singer understood the gravity of the incident. Even Usher chided Brown over the jet-ski photos, before apologizing for his com. ments. Brown and Rihanna's reunion in Miami prompted mixed feelings from their fans. On MTV com, commenters called Rihanna a "fool" and "dumb" for her decision to up with Brown. Others, however, called themselves "true fans" and said the singers needed the public's support. son and he's come to me times in my dreams," ': shesaid. "But. I don't think happy at all, at all! LIL' KIM And BIGGIE Because Ms. Wallace does -n't Biggie at all and. .she: barely knows __ Christopher, if you know what I mean. At all! And I wa8 around. Even. before he blew up so crazy, so I know how he felt about his mom. .And Biggie was so much more than what put him out to be in that movie And to be honest with you, I know for a fact he's not happy. He's not satisfied at all.' At all. And regardless 'of the fact, e ve rybody who is involved in this movie, Lil' Kim is the Biggie bi0pic, "Notorious,'' he has love for. Everybody. Yet agam. -But at the end of the day, he; knows who's who and The Brooklyn rapper has what's what. Believe that. been chatty ab.out the pro--And let me tell you s orne, ject, and previously singled Qut Biggie's .mother,, thing, the way he's feeling Wallace,, and ex; is. to come out later. wife Faith Evans for You \ e gomg to see wpo he attempting to" portray her really loved and the ones in a negative light in tlie that's standing up, for him film. she was also critical the right way is the ones -representing him the right of the movie's screenwrit-way ers and said it was "fishy" that she had been left out Her comments are the of. the. decision-making latest remarks in what was a continuing b ack-andprocess. Now, in a new interview with RapRadar.com, Kim said that Biggie often

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(***) );: 1 The International -A crime thriller starring Clive -owens. Worth' seeing! -' The Uninvited-A teenage girl thinks the nanny killed .her mother to marry the dad. A serious twist at the end. Worth seeing!. I Underworld: Rise 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. Paul Blart: Mall Cop -A single dad tries to make ends meet as a security guard at a NJ mall. Pass on this one. [**) Taken-A retired CIA operative's daughter is kidnapped (taken). You can't miss this one. Action-packed. [****) Notorious -A hip-hop movie about the life and times of rapper Biggie Smalls. Marley & Me -This movie is about a family and an out of control dog. Surprisingly very good. A definite tear-jerker. [****) Gran Torino -Clint Eastwood plays a prejudice Vietnam vet who is forced to change his ways. Pretty good. [***) The Unborn -A young woman cursed by her unborn twin. Had the potential to be scarier, but fell short. l Yes Man -Jim Carrey stars in this light comedy about a guy who loves to use the word "No." Enjoyed itl (***) The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button -Brad Pitt (Best Actor) and Taraji Hel'lson (Supporting) should get an Oscar for their roles. Very good movie, different, but a little too long. (2 hrs. 47 min.) [****) Slumdog Worth Seeing! Golden Globe Winner (Best Picture) -Valkyrie -Based on a true story, Tom Cruise is a Nazi colonel who launches an attempt on Hitler's life. Enjoyed it! RATINGS **** -Very Good I *** -Good I ** -Average I -Wait For Video tay busy this year. And ou'll encounter just about setback and change in you could possibly ne. You're forced to be ive on a moment's rnn"w'" You're gaining great and also paying ng on ; get in writing. 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Thi Proceed with caution now are changmg fast now. up against tough Capricorn 1 n. Make sure the work you Your frugahty IS paymg nt is perfect. Go over it Keep your treasure careful! '"'"'v"''"' times and get a coach hidden. Use some of it to go over it, too. what's out beyond your Cancer (June 22-July 22) territory. Don't go there yet; try a bluff Make sure to have a peek the facts at your finger-Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 1 Don't take risks or start How does new informatio projects now. Continue to fit in with what you know? I pare a strong foundation for your hypothesis flawed? C plans. after the truth, even if it contra (July 23-Aug. 22) -diets with what you've said out for hidden expens-before. Make the necessa Read all the fine print. Don't adjustments. ALL MY CHILDREN: Pushed to the limit by Kendall's accusations, Zach admitted he wanted to sleep INith Reese but didn't. Reese under went surgery that restored her sight, and realized what she really wants is a life with Bianca. Meanwhile, Kendall and Ryan confirmed that a body found in Connecticut is Greenlee but only saw her engagement ring in a bag. Aidan, however, viewed the corpse. A distraught Ryan and Kendall ended up making love, which Zach realized after catching them in a kiss. David drugged JR's soda, telling Krystal he'll do what ever it takes to get Little Adam. Amanda intended to have her baby adopted but tell David that it died. Frankie accepted Randi's proposal. Coming: Kendall has to choose between Ryan and Zach 'AS THE WORLD TURNS: Dusty assured Meg their relationship is real with an intense kiss. When Dusty and Meg made love, a devastated Paul caught them in bed and vowed to destroy them. Lucy hatched a plot to ship contraband goods on a ship with the Midnight Sun vodka, arousing Craig and Emily's suspicions. early's outburst against Parker convinced the judge to marry Parker and Liberty, and Jack and Janet were too late to halt the nuptials. Craig put up the newlyweds at ihe Lakeview, but they soon real ized they have almost no money. Lily suggested that Luke and Noah use the foundation to fight discrimination after they were refused an apart ment for being gay. Brad and Katie were elated when Vienna became pregnant. Coming: Paul will stop at nothing for revenge BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL: Taylor apologized to Steffy for her and Ridge's decision to kidnap her, hoping to make Steffy understand why they did it. Steffy called Rick, letting him know she's fine but that her parents won't change their minds about him. Rick got back at Ridge by reminding Brooke how much time Ridge has been spending with Taylor. Stephanie did the same, telling Brooke that Ridge always turns to Taylor in difficult times. Marcus didn't flinch when Stephanie accused him and Donna of framing Pam for attacking Rick. A jailed Pam received a visit from Donna that made Donna's feelings about her clear, followed by Stephanie, who vowed to nail all the guilty parties. Coming: Brooke tries not to be affected by all the negative comments. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: When Kate got to Las Vegas too late to stop Lucas and Chloe from get ting married, she had a new plan in mind. Mia made an unexpecteo visit to Salem for Sydney's ch. ristening, slipping and telling Tony she's here to see her baby. Tony told a stunned Nicole he knows Sydney isn't hers, but kept the news to himself. Will befriended Mia. Meanwhile, EJ over heard a stressed out Sami say she's going to pick up Grace and bring her baby home. Melanie teamed up with Tony on the fuels project but was double-crossed after she got Max's copy of the plans and handed them to DiMera, who kept them for himself. Bo had another vision of Hope with the mystery man. Coming: Tony makes lots of enemies. GENERAL HOSPITAL: Soon after Jax and early renewed their marriage vows, Jax's happi ness was shattered when he watched the DVD Sentinel's Top 20 Albums 1. lntuition ..................................................... Jamie Foxx 2. Uncle Charlie ...................................... Charlie Wilson 3. A Different Me ....................................... Keyshia Cole 4. BOBs & Heartbreak .................................. Kanye West 5. Testomony: Vol. 2, Love & Politics .......... lndia.Arie 6. I Am ... Sasha Fierce ..................................... Beyonce 7. The Rebirth ..................................... Bobby Valentino B. Paper Traii .............................................................. T.I. 9. The Point Of It All ........................ Anthony Hamilton 10. Da REAList. ....................................................... Piies 11. Year Of The Gentleman ................................. NeYo 12. Real Recognize Real ............................. Project Pat 13. Fearless ........................................ Jasmine Sullivan 14. onmyradio ..................................... Musiq Soulchild 15. Ryan Leslle ............................................ Ryan Leslie 16. Tha Carter III ............................................. Lil Wayne 17. Jennifer Hudson ........................... Jennifer Hudson 1B. Theater Of The Mlnd .................................. Ludacris 19. Dicsipllne ........................................................ Janet 20. Freedom ........................................................... Akon Jerry had mailed him. Robin went to an out-of town bar and pretended to be single with no kids, accepting a date with a man she met there. Meanwhile, Patrick and Maxie forced Mac to accept the truth about Robin's post-partum depression. Winifred volunteered to destroy the FBI's evidence against Spinelli, who insisted on helping her. Someone caught the pair trying to steal the flash drive holding the evidence against Spinelli. Ric watched one of Jerry's DVDs and told Claudia he knows her secret. Nikolas confronted Lucky about his spending time with Rebecca. Coming: Jax is tormented by what he now knows. GUIDING LIGHT: Phillip told Lizzie that Grady confessed to the kidnapping. Hearing Lizzie tell Cyrus she didn't see Grady take the money, Phillip found the briefcase and got rid of it, then spotted Dinah and Cyrus coming to retrieve it. After threatening Alan about framing Bill for the kidnapping and warning him to stay out of Lizzie's life, Phillip confronted Dinah about kid napping Lizzie, prompting her to confess to helping Grady. A distraught Daisy took Marina's gun and fired at Alan, but missed. Buzz, who was in his own misery over Coop's death, took the gun from Daisy and comforted her, as she finally realized that everyone was right about Grady. Olivia ..... w and Natalia blackmailed Doris into moving up Phillip's trial by threatening to reveal her visit to -,i the gay bar. Shayne told Josh he killed Lara. Or Coming: Daisy can't cope with having been deceived. :a ONE LIFE TO LIVE: Stacy watched Roxy talk g to Rex's comatose father and take a DNA sampie. The DNA came back as a match for Shane, which Stacy found out about and taunted Roxy Z about her secret. Matthew didn't blame Cole for '""' his paralysis, as Cole was taken to jail. Rex and Gigi told Shane he has leukemia and began r-. searching for a potential bone marrow donor. Tea m quit representing Todd, concealing her true feel-C: ings about him to protect herself, although John p figured out what he had seen between them. With Marty's help, John realiZed he has an important clue to the killer. Brody and Jessica Z tried to convince themselves this isn't the best -a time for anything more between them. Schuyler let Starr believe he's back with !:: Stacy. Coming: Natalie and Jcired know their en discovery will affect many lives. :::C: YOUNG AND RESTLESS: As the police searched for Kevin, who madei another masked robbery, Clint had a heart attack and refused to rri c::: ITI :a -< let Kevin phone a doctor. Clint's death pushed Kevin into a deep funk, as he believed he had killed his father "Tom Hoping to confirm Kay's identity, Nikki got a strand of Jill's hair, but the DNA match was negative and Kay decided to leave Genoa City. Sharon begged Phyllis not to reveal her involvement with Billy, which she ended. Jack promised to love Sharon no matter what and convinced her to come home with him. Victor was shown to be behind the arrival of Jabot's new PR rep, Mary Jane, as part of his revenge against Jack. Victor was able -to get Adam released to serve the rest of his sentence under house arrest at the ranch. Coming: The custody fight for Delia heats up. Sentinel's Top 20 Singles 1. Blame lt... .................... Jamie Foxx Featuring T-Pain 2. Turnin Me On ......... Keri Hilson Featuring Lil Wayne 3. Diva ............................................................... Beyonce 4. Rockin' That Thang .................................. The-Dream 5. Mad .................................................................... Ne 6. Beep .............. Bobby Valentino Featuring Yung-Joc 7. Ain't I ........... Yung L.A. Featuring Young Oro & T. I. B. Kiss Me Thru The Phone ........... Soulja Boy Teii'Em Featuring 2Pac 9. She Got Her Own ................. Ne-Yo Featuring Jamie Foxx & Fabolous 10. You Complete Me ............................... Keyshia Cple 11. Dead And Gone .. T. I. Featuring Justin Timberlake 12. Heartless ............................................... Kanye West 13. Just Like Me ................. Jamie Foxx Featuring T. I. 14. sobeautiful ..................................... music soulchild 15. Lions, Tigers & Bears ................. Jazmine Sullivan 16. If This Isn't Love ........ ; ........... ; ...... Jennifer Hudson 17. Single Ladies (Put A Ring On lt) ............... Beyonce 1B. Here I Stand .................................................... Usher 19. Stanky Legg .................... .... ....................... GS Boyz 20. lfULeave ........... Musiq Soulchild Featuring Mary J. Bilge -f c: m CJ) c > z q


0') 0 0 C'll ('t) ,.. c a: LL c z < c (J) w ::l .... il: w > w c w :r::: (J) .::i m ::l a. z i= w .;...! .;...! ::l m ..:. w z i= z w (J) < c a: 0 ...J LL m I POLK C :OU:NTY N Greater Opportunities Demonstrated Sponsors LeadershiP Banquet Greater Opportunities Demonstrated Corporation (GODC) sponsored its first annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Banquet. It was held at the Apostle Henry Ross, Sr. Family Life Center. The Master of Ceremonies was Mr. Ashley Troutman. The guest speaker was E. Nathan Thomas, Ill, Ph.D., University of South Florida. Polytechnic Campus Diversity Officer Dr. Thomas earned his undergraduate degree from Norfolk State University in Psychology and doctoral degree in Ecological-Community Psychology from Michigan State University. Others on program were Community Organized to Redirect Youth (CORY) Youth Leaders: Alexis Houston, Melanie Brown, Sharad Saddlers; Dell Griffin Quary, GODC President; Dr. Edward L Quary, Ill, Minister; Glendora Hills, GODC Vice President; and Dr. Bernice Evans. Members of the "Committee of One" were: Dr. Bernice Evans, Glendora Hills, Dell Griffin Quary and Mr. Ashley Troutman. CORY Leaders (Cohort Number One) members are: Shanequa Adams, Willie Alston, Keith Andrews, Tecora Baker, Alicia Bolden, Niaja Bragg, Melanie Brown, George Tre Edwards, II, DeLiza L. Elizee, Enjoli N. Gordon, Alexis Houston, Kiana Jenkins, Jaime Johnson, Armel Light,Roneshia Lockwood, Jessica Milton, Jonathan Niblack, Amanda Pouncey, Michael Randolph, Timothy "TJ" Rivers, Sharard Saddlers, Timothy Simmons and Chris Austin. Mrs. Glendora Hills, Greater Opportunities Demonstrated Corp., Vice President. MR. ASHLEY TROUTMAN Master Of Ceremony CORY Youth Leader, Keith Andrews joins President Mrs. Dell Quary and Guest Speaker, Dr; Nate Thomas. Cory Youth Leadership Program participants and parents. MICHAEL ,RANDOLPH CORY Youth Leader Miss Alexis Houston welcomed those in attendance at the Dr. : Martin Luther King, Banquet. Guests, Jeffrey Williams, LaShunda Luster, Lakeland Police W Department employee; Harold Silas, Lakeland Police 9 D -epartment Victiin Assistant Coordinator and Lynne it Simpkins, City of Lakeland's City Planner. Sharard Saddles, Youth Leader, gave an overview of the Leadership Skills he and classmates learned during the Leadership Program. HOWARD WIGGS Lakeland City Commissioner Dr. Edward L. Quary, II, Minister, New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, blessed the food.


Polk County News March Birthdays Birthday wishes go out to the following ladies of the Beta Sigma Chapter, Lakeland/Polk County March celebrants: Sorors Henrietta Giles, Shirley A Redd and Mary R. Woodruff of Bartow. Mr. James "Coolby", City of Lakeland employee and long time Sentinel reader is also a March birthday celebrant. Rhema Family Fellowship members and birthday celebrants this month are: Evangelist Freddie J. Evans, Khadejch Green, Zionn Green and Sabrina Clark Williams. Belated Birthdays Belated February birthday to the members at Greater Faith Christian Center Church, Inc., Pastor William Boss, a Sentinel supporter: Sisters Lisa Rolls, Alexandria Dukes, Mo. Badger and Nathan Boyce. Rhema Family Fellowship, H. B. Holmes, pastor and. Sentinel Supporter, extend birthday and greetings to celebrants. for February: .Miss LeShun Zinlierman; and:popular duo, Shirley Love and spouse, Love celebrated their. wedding anniver sary February 21, 2009. From The Desk Of Evangelist Nedra Butler Rhema Women's Fellowship: 500 Women In Red will be held on March 15, 2009, at 4 p. m at The :Apostle Henry Ross, Sr. Family Life Center, 1302 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave., Lakeland, 33803. Speakers for this event are women chosen by God: Evangelist Shirley Martin, Cynthia Ware,-Faye Butler, Co-Pastor Pat Jenkins; Evangelist Deaundrea Green, Missionary Sherry Hall, Pastor Jamie Overstreet, Evangelist .Linda -Sanders Ministel" Charjty _._. .. a b .Hi9.. l young us mess owner New Creations II, is 'the coordina tor of the '500 Women In Red' grand spiritual meeting. Homegoing:,CeJebration The Holmes clan of Lakelalfd attended their family's grand matriarch's. final rites in Detroit, MI, and Tallahassee. Artieve Geneva Holmes, move' d to D .etroii years ago She was employed with the State of Florida as a medical assistant and also Lakeland General Hospital, now known as Lakeland Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held at Prince Of Peace M. B. .Church in. Detroit, and St. Rose A. M. E. Church in Grand Ridge, FL. Family members who will forever cherish her memory North Lakeland with family and friends. The celebration began on Friday evening with Henry and Jacqueline Taylor, (Jacksonville) escorting Tanya to dinner at the Center Club in Tampa. On Saturday, the birthday are: four sons, Eugene girl entertained a host of (Mary) Holmes, Lakeland, family and friends. The birth-Curtis (Sherry) Holmes, day theme was 'Down Inkster, MI, Andrew Memory Lane.' A powerpoint Holmes, Detroit, and Lloyd depicting Tanya's life was (Annette) Holmes, shared with her guests, along Lakeland; daughters, Carrie with Old School Music from (Robert) Echols, Detroit, the 60s and 70s. Stevie Lois Bennett, Detroit, and Wonder's rendition of Happy Shirley (George) Greene, l3irthday was sungJollowed M h' t t .. ,.the, __ ..... Tl)e ta .. 1c 1gan; W:Ol : S :ts: e r s, a : r brother and othet' relatives ,.Sweetlwart Song sang by all including<,gr!lnds,. great ,afTanya's Delta Sorority sisters in the house! .grands and great,. .great grands; and family friends Celeste Hall from Divine including, Mr. and Mrs. Catering Service, Lakeland, Donald (Catrena) Hayes, prepared a variety of the fol-Lloyd's co-worker from the lowing scrumptious hors City of Lakeland at Mcintosh d'oeuvre, Tandori Chicken on Power Plant, Cliff and a Stick, Sirloin Pepper Steak Sandra Boatwright. Parfait, Chopped Pork MOTHER ARTIEVE Tenderloin Sandwiches with GENEVA HOLMES poppy seed dressing, Crab A Time To Be Born: and Shrimp Salad, Hawaiian March 18, 1924 Smoked Sausages in A Time Born In Eternity: Pineapple, Teriyaki Bar beque February 19,2009 Meatballs, Shrimp Cocktail, Vidalia Onion and Apple Weekly Hello coleslaw, Relish Tray, Cheese Hello Sentinel readers. Love and crackers, and Fruit you, too! Rev. Henry Salad. The birthday sheet Simmons, Mt. Moriah M. B. cake with two of Tanya's Church, Plant City; Clifford favorite cakes, 112 Carrot and Johnson, Barbara Jean 1/2 Red Velvet Cake with Taylor, Stanley and Windie white whipped cream icing Glover, George and and red. roses, topped with a Gertrude Figgs, Pastor. Barbara Giles, Morman beautiful screen printed pic-Hobbs, "Mr. Cowboy" at ture of the Birthday Lady. B.P.' Station, where Florida Long time friends Pat Sentinels are Nadine Sampson, Jackie Taylor, McFarland, Patricia "Pat" Terry Broadnax, Doris Nelom, Ralph Laidler, Hicks; and Doretha Brooks Waiid' a White, 'Show Yriu r:e111inisced when they met Right' at Club Kathleen. Tanya back in the DAY in the form of a ROAST! Much Women's Day Chair laughter While attending a yearly The guest list included, church conference to elect Patricia Sampson (DST) church trustees and other Henry and church auxiliary officers, Jacqueline Taylor, Betty D. Major, one of New (Jacksonville), James Bethel's newest members was Lip-sey; (Atlanta, GA), asked, by the Pastor, to chair Lorenza and Doris Hicks the 2009 Women's Day (DST), Lance 11nd .Tanya Program. Liburd, Andre Amerigo, Mrs. Majors is new to Polk Broadnax, Francine County and also to the M-ilton, Cornelius and African Methodist Episcopal .Sandra Walter Faith. and ,Rosalind Smith, She and her husband, Ron; George. and Doretha moved from South Florida Brooks :COST), Milton and :-after retirtp.g as scpooi Doris-Bailey, :Admi.nistra.to.rs from the Thel:ina .. M .cCann, Billy County Publfc .... Anderson a n d .Rhonda School System After visiting Poe, Harold and several 'churches ih the Mary. Dwight, Joseph and Lakeland area, they decided : Shirley to join New Bethel A. M. E. ad Tep-y Strong, Joe and Church a year ago Chairing .ihe Women's Day Carol Griffin CDST); Lucile Committee. hi'rs:beeri a: wei-and Ciaudiette corned chai1erige M.e;(:raw;:_Getrude Figgs, Collins a lid Ellistilie Smith The are. pink and ,ver. ;. {DST), -Ob.le ana Sally Co-chairs are Bernice IveyC_hilds; :bynwood and and Brenda Tice. Linda Bell (DST), and The culminl}ting activity James and Vivian will J>e.;,hel'd on. Sun.day,' March 15 ; 2009, 'at 9:45 a. m.: Tanya is grateful to everyat N ew .Bethel A. M. E : one that came out and made, Church: 2122 N. Martin this evening so special! Luth.er King Jr. Ave The Speaker will be ReV.. Keturah Pittman from St. Mark A. M : E. Church. Everyone is invited. Birthday Celebration!. On January 24th, Tanya Matthews celebrated a birthday milestone at her home in Gloria's Things : & Other nmgs Quotes 'Maturity is a high price to pay for growing up. Tom Stopparc:i Most people can keep a secret; it's the folks they tell it to who can't. 20th Church Anniversary Held Pastor Calpurnia McGill and the members of New Testament End-Time Ministries in Polk City joined together with friends and family to celebrate their 20th Church Anniversary. The services held March 5-8, 2009. The theme for this occasion was 'But As for Me and My House, We Will Serve the Lord." Some of the guest with their congregations included: Pastor J. M. Box and Minister Frank Hughes, Revival Center Outreach Ministries, Lakeland, Florida; Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., Britt Chapel Church of God by Faith, Polk City, Pastor L. Lewis, Greater New Bethel Christ Temple, Lakeland, and Pastor L. Burnett, KAINOS International. The celebration was concluded oil Sunday, under the directorship of Pastor C. McGill and the home church family. Congratulations to Wanda Lisbon and Veronica McGill, Program Chairpersons, for a job well done--IIi making this occasion a memorable one. BAMSNEWS Congratulations to all of the s .tu'dents who were selected for .the Berkley Accelerated Middle School (BAMS) Girls Soccer team! They are: VARSITY -Madi Mitchell, Kara Quintanella, Riley Richards, Sydney Bailey, Kira Vaught, Shaleigh McGowan, Claire Chelsea Oppenheimer, Sydney Smith, Savannah Smith, Kyra Thompson, Shannon Dees, Kayla Sheffield, Natalie Newbern and Cora Szanyi. Go Team! S.O.P. There are many Americans who have lost their jobs or have a job, but can barely take care of their families and pay their monthly bills. The SUCCESS OVER POVERTY (S.O P.J team wants to help you. For further information call (813) 900-0448. ShawNuf Shout-out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes to Coach Deanna Hovious. She has been teaching for 12 years in subjects of Personal Fitness and Physical Education, Math, Biology and Biology. Currently teaching at Berkley Accelerated Middle School (BAMS) irt Auburndale, Florida, Coach Hovious has also taught at Decatur High School in Alabama. She is not only a teacher of her students; but a student of her students. Hats off to y-ou, Coach Hovious! Keep on teaching... keep on learning from those whom you teach! Birthday. Greetings ShawNuf Talk extends 'Happy Birthday' wishes to young Lakeland Gentleman Brandon Payne who will celebrafe his natal day on March _16th. May the Lord bless you with ID:any, many more birthdays! Chambers, Katie Widner, Talk to Shaw-Nuf Kaitlyn W-aggoner, Shaw-Nu(Talk wants to Malorie Biggar, hear fro m J.OU Share your Neff, Alyssa Thompson, a_nd/or pnotos Kaley Oppen.heimer,, of your celebrations, speCial .Lauren Hannah:'. e'l(ents, birthdays, ,anniverDuling, K :ayla Stanfiel(J;.-. ,!!ar-ies, wed : ing;a;:fa m' and Taylor Fike;' .. SITY Shelby nity events:' etc., 'with the Brauckmuller, Savannah. readership .of the Florida Powell, Audrey Wi.dn:er, Sentinel Bulletin. a 'nd .. 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(") ,... J: () a: <( lakeland Alumnae Chapter 01 Delta s igma Theta Inducts Delta GEMS c a: u. The folloWing young ladies were inducted: Marissa Bantes, Shanquelle Bantum, Shareina Boone-, DeMiya Curtis, Stephanie Douglas, Quasha Gordon, Shacara Gl'aham, Kaila Hodges, Alexis Houston, Georbria Love, Chauna Mason, Jasmine McKnight, Ahlia Moore, Namirah Perkins, Alexis Satchel, Breaunna Smith, Altoniece Smith, Shante Taylor, Shaylee Walker, MarqUel_Willis, Kendra Wilson, Andrea Young, Ta'Les Young, and Tierra Young. Lakeland Alumnae 0 Chapter. of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority held a New Member Induction of the z GEMS (Growing and < Empowering Myself SuccessfuJly) on February C 28, 2009 af 5 p. m. in the ffi Hall at ... w > w Q w J: en :l aJ D.; armony Missionary Baptist Church. GEMS, a program for young ladies between the ages of 14-18 years of age, promotes Educational Development. _.Natalie West served as the of Ceremonies. The Invoca-tion was given by Carol Griffin, Chairperson of the Educational Development Program. The Welcome was given by Tanya Matthews, Chapter President. Advisor Linda Bell intro duced the GEMS, followed by the GEMS Rite s of Passage given by Advisor Jessica Elysee. Advisor Tameka Burrell explained the Role of Delta GEMS. Lead Advisor Kenyetta Feacher read the contract. Advisors Bernice Ivey and Kenyetta Feacher presented each of the GEMS with their pin. Freddie Robinson read a poem entitled "You are Special." Advisor Natalie West read the GEMS Creed followed by a song from the New GEMS. Carol Griffin ended the program with prayer. The program was well attended by members of the Lakeland Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta and parents, family members, and friends of the inductees z 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------.J .J aJ ..:. Women's Dav luncheon w z t= z w en C a: 0 ...J U. ; of the ,Women's Day Program, Majors, Bernice lvey, Co-Chair; and Brenda Tice, .-"Women Walk.ing By Faith'" was the theme of the Women's Day Luncheon. by New Bethel AME Church. Mrs. Laurastine Lemons prl;lsided. The guest speaker wa,s Rev. a:l Valerie J Henry, Pastor of Allen Chapel AME N Church, Sanford. She is a graduate of Polk Community College with an AA degree, and graduate of the University of South Florida with a BA degree in Early Childhood I Elementary Education. She spent 18 years as an educator and stepped out on faith to become a full-time pastor. Other participants on the program were: Brenda Tice, J 'estina Richardson, Emily Fanni'e Beasley, CoChairperson, 2004, a year to remember. Speaker for the Women's Day Program Sunday at 9:45 a. m., March t5, 2009, the Reverend Katurah Pittman. Davis, Youth Group, Fannie Beasley, Rev. Greta Walker, Phyllis Robinson, Audrey Oliver, Janie Moultrie, Sharon Moore, Myra Tillman, Gwen Taylor, Bernice lvey, CoChairperson, Betty Major, Chairperson, Rev. Pearce Ewing, Pastor, and Presiding Elder F. Bernard Lemon. Signs With Purdue Xavier Melton, a defensive lineman at George Jenkins Seni.or High School, Lakeland, recently signed with the prestigious PUrdue football program, The popular defensive lineman led the team with 6.5 sacks, four recoveries and finished with an astounding 50 tackles. With an amazing success on the G eorge Jenkins football team, h e will be playing with Purdue this season Xavier plans are to major in kinesiology with hopes to become a personal trainer. The proud Melton family who instilled and were deeply involved in his life schools training and spiritual guidance are: mother, Bessie Melton; great grandmother, Bessie; grandmother, Sylvia Simpson, his family, church family at Pilgrim Rest F. yY. Baptist Church, Bishop Henry Rodman, Pastor, all proud of Purdue's newest football player. Winston.Principal Was Statewide Finalist For leadershiP Award Terry Strong, principal of Lakeland's Winston Elementary was one of the three statewide finalists for the Sixth Annual Leonard Miller Principal Award bestowed by the Council for Educationa l ,. Change, a Flo.rida-based education think tank. Her status as a finalist earned her a Gold Medallion Award and $5, 000 frorn tl)e Council of Educational Change. She attended. an_ : event last senl:ester. iii Miami at the hortie of' per'forming artist : Estefan along with' two other finalists. Althotigl) a principal from Miami-Da<}e County was the .. over-all. grand winner and receiyed $10,000, fin'alist status bodes well forPolk. County and Winston ... at. ing with the 2003-2004 school year. time, .. the school has impic>V."oo:t;wo. letter grades to its-FCAT grade of A," -.:< She has been.' involved with the recruiting; niore ,. '.. TERRY STRONG than 300 Winston parents volunteering more than 3,000 hours at school. She is credited with helping to raise expectations at Winston through learning. initiativ-es, community involvement and leadership Tercy Has als&.introduced instructional best practices based on student performance data. Terry was accompanied by her husband, Kenneth Strong. on their flight to Miami for the event. .' .. DISCRIMINATION WOR,IdRS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY 7 ($500 Plus Costs)


Fantastic Weather For A Park Festival The weather was bright and sunny with a slight chill when the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival was held at AI Lopez Park. Hundreds strolled through the park taking advantage of the fantastic weatherwhile enjoying different festival events and food vendors, as well as the many concerts featuring nationally known artists. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Brick was one of the featured artists during the festival. "Mrs Vemeka Rhodes and daughter, were among those enjoy-'ing the festivai. : Tillie her husband, Robert, with her brother, David B1,ll'gess without his 'camera. These ladies started the steplbl_e dancing. Hillsborough Cou-ntyBranch NAACP ExecutiveCom-mittee member, Pat. Spencer. -Cynthia Keeton and Charles Myers were out -for festival events. VERONICA BlAKLEY The National Skaters of America were in town for the festival, too: Catalina Thomas and Eric Newkirk at the festival at AI Lopez Park. Crystal; Mrs. Beryl Hargrett m:'-d Portia Solomon. Omega men: Ray Johnson, Gerard Williams, Keith Smiley, Rocky Ratliff and William Lafayette.


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Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2nd day of April, 2009 at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this.zzrul day of Februarv 2009. Signature by : ROBERT E. MORRIS Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodatlon In order to partlclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provlslpn of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLIC:A TION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ROBERT CLAYTON #2293 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 des1=ripti on of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No. : 058117 5422 Certificate No. : 117406..06 File No.: 2009-230 Year of Issuance: 2006 Deacrlptlon of Property: SUNDANCE UNIT 5 LOT 24-B BLOCK C PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 46/39 SEC-TVVPRGE: 32 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Narne(s) in which assessed : ESDA INC. Said property being In the County of Hlllsboroogh, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall 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 Courthouae, 800 E .. t Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33802 on the 2nd day of April, 2001, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 278-8100 ext 4809 to verify .. le location) Dated this 2Zilll day of Februarv 2001. Signature by: ROBERT E. Dlpilty Ctenl PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person wl1h a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain aulstance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MIDGE MACHADO #84 the holder of the following cert i ficate 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 it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 032563.0000 Certificate No.: 63723..03 File No : 2009 Year of Issuance : 2003 Descrlptlon of Property : SUN CITY LOT 23 BLOCK 27 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 17/21 SECTVVPRGE: 24-32 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : NORMAN C. MENDES JR. Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall 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, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2nd day of April, 2009, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this Z2.rut day of Februarv 2009 Signature by : ROBERT E. MORRIS Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk 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 cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the I,; nAAriAri' If vnu arA nr voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ROBERT CLAYTON #2293 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 it was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 062197 0000 Certificate No. : 117972..06 File No : 2009'231 Year of Issuance: 2006 Descrlptlon of Property: S 116 36 FT OF N 392 .91 FT OF W100 FTOF E 625FT OF. NE Y. OF NE Y. SECTVVP-RGE: 28 SUBJECT TO ALL TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : MARY OUTLAW CAMPBELL LIFE EST. EUNICE SAILS VALERIE SMITH Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall 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, 800 E .. t Twigga Strtat, Tampa, FL 33602 on !lie 2nd day of April, 2001, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify .. te location) tliil 2Zn11 day of Ftbrulrv 2001 Signature by: ROBERT E MORRIS Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida 'if you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodatlon In order to parllclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MIDGE MACHADO #84 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 it was assessed are as follows: Folio No. : 032666.0010 *SEE FOLIO 32666.0020* Certificate No.: 63773..03 File No.: 2009 Year of Issuance: 2003 Descrlptlon of Property : SUN CITY LOT 18 BLK 69 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 17/21 SEC TVVPRGE: 24-32-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : REBECCA C. ROSS ROBERT H. VISSA Said property being In the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to taw the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2nd day of April, 2009, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this Z2.rut day of Februarv 2009. Signature by: ROBERT E. MORRIS Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodatlon In order to partlclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HEARTWOOD 13 LLC #5015 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certifi cate 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 it was assessed are as follows: Folio No : 134366.0106 Certificate No.: 123793..06 File No.: 2009-234HX Year of Issuance: 2006 Description of Property: ELBERON PLACE A CONDOMINIUM PHASE 1 PHASE 1 UNIT C SECTVVPRGE : 10-30-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : FRANK RICHARD PEREZ Said property being In the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall 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 Courthousa, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2nd day of April, 2009, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify .. le location). Dated this Z2nl( day of Feb!uarv, 2001. Signature by: ROBERT E. MORRIS Deputy Cltrk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to partlclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice lm(lalred, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that LOUISE W CROSLEY #1701 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 n was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 047121.8000 Certificate No.: 5438..01 File No.: 2009 Year of Issuance : 2001 Description of Property: W 108 .55 FT OF E 700FT OF S 83FT OF N 190FT OF NWY.OF SWY. SEC-TWPRGE: 34-29 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : JAMES J. PICHOWSKI SR TR JANET P. FALLEN TREST OF Sai d property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall 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, 600 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2nd day of April, 2009, at 10 :00 A .M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this Z2.rut day of Februarv 2009. Signature by : ROBERT E MORRIS Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodatlon hi order to parllclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that FIVE SQUARE MANAGEMENT INC AG FR EQUIFUNDING INC. #5053 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 it was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 145599.0000 Certificate No. : 126736..06 File No : 2009-235 Year of Issuance : 2006 Description of Property : OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 59 AND 60 AND E % CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 10/36 SECTVVPRGE: 19-28 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: GEORGE EDWARD SATTERFIELD GEORGE RAY HALEY RANDY L HALEY GILBERT RAY HALEY BRYANT SCOTT HALEY Said property being In the County of Hillsboroogh, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to taw the property described In such certifiCate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floo _r, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E .. t Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 cin the 2nd day of April, 2009, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify .. le location). Dated this 22nd day of February, 2001. Signature by: ROBERT E. MORRIS Deputy Clark PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person with. a disability who needs any accommodatlon In order to partJclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to, the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk'll ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (813) 276, extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR BIDS Hillsborough Community College is accepting sealed bids for the following: RFB # 2493-09 Elevator Upgrades Ybor City Campus Due Date: 04/14/2009 before 1:00 p .m. For more information, please visit our website at: ww\Y.hccfl.eduldao/admln-and flnance/departments/purchaslng.aspx click:'on Current Solicitations NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ROBERT CLAYTON #2293 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 descript ion of the property and ihe names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 033580.0000 Certificate No.: 115055..06 File No.: 2009 Year of Issuance: 2006 Description of Property : COM AT NE COR OF SEC THN N 89 DEG 59 MIN 51 SEC W 100FT TOW R1W LINE OF BRUCE B DOV\

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that HEARTWOOD A LLC 15022 the holder of the following certificate has filed. said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Tlle certlflcate number ani! Year of Issuance : the description of the and the names in which was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 115219.0000 Certificate f'lo.: 121211-01 File No. : 2001-236 Year of Issuance: 2001 Oncrlption of Property: RIVERCREST S 101 FT OF LOT 280 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 10/10 SEC-TWPRGE : 01:29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : ROSA A GUTIERREZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the" highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Fioor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 2nd day of April, 2009, at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 48091o verify sale location). Dated this llllll. day of Februarv, 2009 Signature by: ROBERT E MORRIS Deputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida If you are a person wl\11 a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to .you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida, (813) 276-8100, extension 4205; two working day!i prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I NOTICE IS HEREBY that LOUISE W. CROSLEY #1701 the holder of the following certificate has filed .said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. Tllil certifiCate number and Year of Issuance : the description of the properly and the names i n which n was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 115110.0000 CertifiC81e No. File No.: 2009-243 Year of Issuance: 2001 Description of Property : BAKER S ADDITION E OF LOTS BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 01/04 SEC-TWP-RGE: 17-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : WILL!E catlon). Dat8d )his of March 2009, Slgntll!re by: LAURE!IJ D. MERRITT peputy Clerk PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court. of Hillsborough_ Florida If youare a person with a dlsab.illty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact .the "Clerk's ADA.Coordlnator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tamp. Florida, (813) 278-8100, extension 4205, two working days prior to_ the date the service Is ne,ded; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, ctiH11. :;o c s: > :;o 0 ::r:: ..a. N 0 0 CD r 0 :;o c > en m z :::! z m r I aJ c: r r m :::! z "'0 c: aJ r Cii ::r:: m c m -1 c: m en c > z c ., ::u 6 G) m w 0


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