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Florida Sentinel Bulletin.
n Vol. 65, no. 35 (December 22, 2009)
Tampa, Fla. :
b Florida sentinel Pub. Co., Inc.
December 22, 2009
African American newspapers
Hillsborough County (Fla.)
t Florida Sentinel Bulletin.
Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area IIC am1 ac1a rea SEE STORY ON PAGE 11 Residents To Appeal City Council Vote SEE PAGE 6 Mom Copes With Son's DeploJ111ent SEE PAGE 3 R ETIRED MILITARY GR OUPS COLLECT TOYS FOR MINISTRY At this t ime of year, several groups and organizations collect toys and food items for Metropolitan Ministries. One of those groups is the Black Shoe Squadron, a group of mostly retired veterans. The group was organized in 1987. This is its 3rd year of gathering toys for the less fortunate. Their female auxifiary is known as the Lady Slippers. Last Saturday the groups gathered at the Windjammer, enjoyed food and fun, while collecting toys. Some of those representing the 2 groups are lristeen Simmons, C. D. Hill, I. Brown, R. Anderson, Sr., Matt Harris, Veronica Johnson, and kneeling, Eve Brockington and Rick Charles. (Photography by BRUNSON) Infant Born With Two Bottom Teeth SEE PAGE 3 Man Attacked Over $5. Debt SEE PAGE 16
(j) 8 Features N N ffi Students Win In First Barber, Cosmetologist Competition CD W BY IRIS B. HOLTON frl Sentinel City Editor Cl On December 6th, stuCl dents from throughout th e state participated in a hair ::::> competition earmarked for t-students. The event was held at th e Comfort Inn, corner of Busch Blvd., and Nebraska Avenue. This marks a series of fir s t including, the first competition for th e future professionals, the first time such a n eve nt has been heid, the first year Middleton High School h as offered a Cosmetology and Barber Program, and the first year Blake High School has offered a Barber's Program. It's also the first time students from Blake High School have captured first place in both th e Barber and Scott Simpson, Jr., left, won first place in the barber competition. He is shown with Blake Barber Instructor Apolean Moore and model Derrick Harper. Hair Stylist and sponsor Lucretia Hawthorne, (left), is shown with Amanda Wade, who won fi.rst place in the Cosmetology competition. Ms. Joann Daves, Blake Cosmetology Instructor, is shown in the background. Cosmetology categories. Cl Th e eve nt is th e brainchild a: of Ms. Lucretia event drew competitors from Hillsborough, Chamberlain, Jefferson, and Tampa Technical High Schools. Representatives from training facilities such as Sheer Excellence, Benes Hair Academy, and Cutting Edge Hair Academy partic i pated in the event. LL Cl z <( Cl (J') w ::::> .... > a: w > w c w J: (J') :J m ::::> D. z t= w ..J ..J ::::> m I ..J w z i= z w (J') < c a: 0 ....1 LL Hawthorne, owner of Platinum Plus Beauty Studio. "I have b ee n having a competition for establis h ed professional s for the last 4 years. But I wanted to have something to encourage the next generation," Ms. Hawthorne said. Entitled the "Hair & Barber Explosion," the Blake Cosmetology student Amanda Wade won first place in thecompetition. Amanda, 17, said she comes from a family of hair care professionals that include her mother, Ms. Shawwiona Davenport and grandmother, Ms. Did You Know That. .... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Sandra Thomas. Amanda said she e njoys working with hair, especially braiding. However, she plans on entering Florida A & M University after gradua tion Th e young lady, who is a senior, said she has always wanted to be a Pharmacist. Ms. Joann Daves, Cosmetology Instructor at Blake High School said, "I couldn't b e more proud of Amanda, I'm proud to be her teacher. She is the kind of student who rrfakes me realize why I teach Barber Instructor Apolean Moore said Blake High School has had a Cosmetology Program for several years. But this is the first year that the school has had a Barber Program. Model Travon Whittaker, left, is shown with Ms. Cassandra Kennedy, Middleton High School Cosmetology Instructor, center, and Barber student Shantel Jacobs, who won second place in the Barber competition. S .cott Simpson, a 17-year-old senior walked away with the first place trophy. 'I'm very proud of Scott. He is a great kid and has tremendous talent. He's going to do great things," Moore said. The son of Ms. Sheryl Simpson and Scott Simpson, Sr., Scott plans to obtain additional training before practicing his trade as a professional barber. He 's not sure where h e will continue his education. Ms. Cassandra Kennedy was a teacher at Blake High School in the Cosmetology Program. However, she left this year to oversee the same program at Middleton High School. One of her students, 17-year-old Shantel Jacobs entered the competition as well. Shantel, who was the only female competing in the barber's category, captured the second place trophy. Shantel, who is a senior, plans on attending a community college after gradua tion and then earning her 4-year degree as a Business Major. She's undecided about where she will attend school. However, she plans to work as a professional Cosmetologist and Barber. Shantel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shannon (D'Andre) Jacobs. Mrs. Kennedy said she is really proud of Shantel and that there are a lot of tal e nt ed students in the program. She teaches both Cosmetology and Barber students in the program. Parents Urged To Protect Child Using Internet TALLAHASSEE --Attorney General Bill McCollum issued an advisory encouraging par ents to be mindful of their children's online activi ties over the holiday break. With schools out for the holidays, children have more leisure time to spend on the Internet and could be more vulnera ble to Internet child predators. The Attorney General cautioned parents to install parental controls, check their computer's search history and talk to their children about Internet safety. "The best gift you can give your children this ddll!ll" holiday season is their safety," said Attorney General McCollum. "Learn how to protect your children on the Intern e t and teach them how to avoid the predators online. More information about the Attorney General's CyberSafety efforts, including additional tips on how to protect children online, is available at: http://wWw.saf e florida net.
c: Features m (J) 0 Mom Sad Son Will Be Deploved Bv New Year's oav Infant Born With Two Teeth Has Novel Start In lite 0 m 0 m == Dl Little J White of Dade City entered the world and began her life doing the unex pected. Her due date was sup posed to be on Monday December 21st. The daughter of Ms. Morris Payne and Lester White, Jr., Jayla entered the world on Wednesday, De cember 16th, at 8:02 a.m. She was born by cesarean section and weighed 7 pounds and 3 ounces. White, a first time father, said he knows she's going to be the center of attention. And, he also knows that she is going to be spoiled. He just hopes not too much. Standing: Capt. Karl Davis, Jr., and Andree Jones. Sitting is his mother, Bobby .Jones and sister, Ciara Cooper. Up until that point it was a typical birth at Pasco Regional Hospital. However, it didn t take long before everyone re. alized that it was an unusual birth. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Since her son's first deploy ment to the Middle East, Ms. Bobby Jones has juggled her emotions in an effort to stay calm and not worry. Her son, Captain Karl Davis, Jr., is a 2000 gradu ate of Hillsborough High School and a 2005 graduate of West Point. Ms. Jones said her son is currently stationed at McPher son Army Base in Atlanta, where he lives with his wife, Janie, and their two children. They will celebrate their se cond wedding anniversary in April. "It's great having him in the states for Christmas, but he'll be gone before New Year's Day. He s scheduled to leave for Kuwait for several months with the Corp of Engineers on a construction project." Ms. Jones said she really thought her son would be home longer for the holidays. "He's already done 18 months in Afghanistan, and this is his second trip to Kuwait. "I wasn't happy to hear he was going away. He doesn't tell me much, because he doesn t want me to worry. He just makes sure his family is taken care of We're all very proud of him. We're also very supportive of him. I just wish he could be here to bring in the New Year." Along with Ms. Jones, her son's father, Deputy Sheriff Lt. Karl Davis, Sr., and his grandparents, David and Emma Patterson, and Albert Davis, Sr., will wish him well and pray he returns home safely. "The doctor was cleaning her up and said, 'This baby has two teeth. Oh my God, I've never seen this before.' Every on e thought she was joking, but she wasn't. I was sur prised. I had heard about things like this, but this was my first time seeing it," the 24year-old said. -If she wasn't the center of at tention at birth, she certainly was within a few minutes of being born. Suddenly, Jayla was in the spotlight as cam eras flashed preserving the image forever. But, her sudden stardom didn't last long. Her father said the doctor quickly removed the two teeth, afraid she might swallow them After having undergone her first dental extraction at birth, J ayla was no longer im pressed with all of the commo tion and excitement so she decided to just take a nap Dll!J: NEEDED! Su lbday! "' Sentinel Bulletin Must Be 1s -vears Of Age :Must Have Reliable Transportation Stop By Our Office At: 2207 E. 21st Ave. Tampa, Fl 33605 For This Position m ::D I'IJ I'IJ 0 0 U) "T1 r-0 ::D 0 )> (J) m z ::t z m This photograph shows the doctor extracting the teeth to make ':"" sure that the infant didn't swallow them. Dl c: r rm ::t z ., c: Dl r-c;; ::t m 0 m < m ::D -< c: m (J) 0 )> z 0 "T1 ::D 0
en g Editorials & Columns (\1 N' N a: w m :E w 0 w c >=< c UJ w 1-c a: u. c z < c UJ w 1-ii: w > w c w l: UJ :::l m a. z :::t m ...:. w z t= z w UJ < c a: 0 ...I u.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990 94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W.W. Andrews 1874 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87 : oo-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers. do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel BuUelln or the Publisher. I The Real Reason For Christmas I sometimes, politicians talk too much! And men and women of the cloth may often say lofty things, as do great educators and public speakers. But do they who are famous for great statements, really have an answer for the very specific and simplistic question, "WHAT IS CHRISTMAS ALL ABOUT, REALLY?" During these hectic final days of Christmas shopping, packing and wrapping ... during these jittery days of rushing around, trying to find non-allergenic trees, placing last-minute orders at the Pancake House for pies or the Gourmet Restaurant for cakes, going to the wine shop to folks' favorite beverages, then heading to the supermarket to make certain we've gotten enough of everything we usually run out of, on Christmas Eve, somewhere, somehow seemingly, we forget what we're doing, altogether, and why we're doing it, in the first place. Would we be lying if we prophesied that before Christmas has arrived and certainly before it has passed, of us will have gotten angry with someone we either care about or ought to ha:veforgiven? Would we be mistaken, if we suspected, before the end of the Holiday, many of us will have cursed someone OQt, on the highway, or woofed at a store-clerk for something neither we or the store-clerk meant seriously? And how many of us will lose the so-called Christmas Spirit completely because we have com:. pletely run out of money? Around our house, not e:ven the dog will end up having a Merry Christmas! And in the interim of all our scuffling shuffling, what will he clear is the shameful fact, we have forgotten the real reason for Christmas. One of our readers was talking to us, just the other day, about a recent church service_ where she was addressing the. children of her church about Christmas. Each child-was giv'en' u moment at the microphone, and each child responded accordingly, until it came time for a little boy to speak, who could lia:ve been no more than five o'r six years old. Impatiently, he snatched the microphone from our reader, glared at her with his little remonstrating eyes and snapped for all to hear, "CHRISTMAS IS ABOUT JESUS!" He said that, thrust the microphone back into her hands and in a huff, went to sit down beside his mother. But he had indeed, told the truth. And so, we share his' truth with you and the world. What is the reason for Christmas? The reason for Christmas is the birth of baby Jesus! Merry Christmas. And may God bless us all! ,_,_.,-r:y for I'r:seij""' It's Christmas Time In The CitVI Ring-a-ling, hear them ring, it's Christmas time in the city and I am one of the happiest people here. This is my favorite time of the year. It is a special time of year for me and it always has been. It is not a time of year when I look for gifts or Christmas presents. Instead, it is a time of year when I want to see people happy, to see them smiling and to see them in the Christmas spirit. Houses are not highly decorated with Christmas lights this year. The down economy is largely responsible for that fact. Ringing bells, colorful decorations, spending time with family and friends hearing Christmas carols around the clock, seeing smiling faces and having people to put awa:y their biases, their grudges, their sorrows, their misfortune and their egos and attitudes, that is what Christmas is all about. It is about celebrating the reason for the season and that is the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the Son, the Father and the Holy Ghost. This is a religious and happy celebration. We should enjoy it regardless of the cir cumstances. We can get into the Christmas holiday spirit by greeting all we come in contact with by smiling a sin cere Merry Christmas. All during the season, we should remember that Christmas isn't about expen sive gifts. It is not about elab orate meals and it is not about consuming a lot of alcoholic beverages. Unfortunately, too many of us have reduced Christmas to just those things. This Christmas let us recog-west African Christmas Traditions D uring the Christmas season, I have often wondered how my family and I would be celebrating Christmas in Africa. In all probability, we would have been Muslim and would have joined in the Christmas celebration of our fellow Christians. Afrol news reports that many Muslims in Gambia and Guinea-Bissau join in Christmas street parties and give gifts on December 2-5f.hin Dakar, Senegal, West Mrica. You see, religious tension is not as strong in some Mrican : coun tries as it is in America and in some European countries. In fact, Encyclopedia sources project that 45 percent of Mrica's population is Muslim, 40 percent is Christian and 15 percent is non-religious or practice African traditional ancestral religions. Let us take a trip to some West African countries and see how Christmas traditions are celebrated there. West African Christmas traditions "have their roots in preChristian cultures, like the masquerades in Sierra 'Leone and Nigeria, while others are Africanized yuletide traditions practiced all over,the world." Stopping in GuineaBissau, we find the Christmas Eve tradition begins with family celebrations that include serving palm wine, cassava (yucca), rice, duck and a dish of dried cod (bacalao) imported from Scandinavia. Small presents are stuffed into socks and hidden from family members to seek and find. The Christmas Eve celebration is followed by midnight mass and street par ties. On to Liberia, }ounded by freed African American slaves, where Christmas is celebrated "almost exclusively" as a religious event. Most homes are decorated with Christmas trees (oil palms decorated with bells) Morning begins with Christmas carol ing in the streets and church services, which are followed by outdoors Christmas dinners where we will sit in a cir cle and dine on traditional dishes of rice, beef and bis cuits. Christmas night ends with games and fireworks. In Sierra Leone, we attend rousing Christmas celebrations, which include preChristian traditions (masquerades), popular costumes nize that so many people are out of a job. Still others are losing their life savings, their retirement, their homes, their insurance and about every other thing they have accumu lated in life. So many people are really hurting. So this Christmas, let's fol low the Bible quotation that. the Lord loves a cheerful giver and thae:it is more blessed to give than to receive. Lift your spirit of others _by singing Christmas carols. Sing by yourself or join with others. Sing, "Joy To The World," "0 Holy Night," "Jingle Bells," "Silent Night," "The First Noel," "Little Drumme1 Boy," '"It Came Upon A Midnight Clear," and "Ole Little Town Of Bethlehem," among others. And oh yes, pause to say a prayer of thanks. Thank God just because you are able to. Thank God for allowing you to live to see another Christmas season and another Christmas day. Visit a sick and shut-in individual. l invite you to join me in being happy this Christmas season. Join me in being satisfied not to receive a single Christmas gift. And join me in saying Merry Christmas to everyone! mixed with religious sermons, musical bands, street parties pnd family dinners featuring local foods. PARTY is the key word as we dine on rice, fish stew, plantains, lobster and vegetables. In nearby Gambia, we find helping the poor and needy is a major part of the Christmas tradition along with the reli gious services and street par ties. Next stop is Nigeria, which has more Christians than other West African countries. There we will celebrate the season with masquerade parties, family reunions with lots of presents and decorate homes, churches, streets and businesses with palm fronds. Traditional dishes of beef, goat, sheep, ram or chicken are served at family meals Midnight mass features a traditional "Ekon Play" wherein a drama group dances with a baby doll, sym. holizirig 'tlie Christ child, that spectators may hold for small donations." Just as in America, many Africans who have moved away to other countries or cities long to return home during the Christmas season. Thus, the travel in
Read All About It HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday --This year brings a sense of completion and success. You know you've worked hard in the past without garnering the attention you deserve. Now you get a change to stand in the limelight. Adapting to this change of social position may be harder than you imagined. Accept it with grace Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --Tie up loose ends. Today you see your future in front of you. A new associate makes a difference. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --Just when you thought the agenda was set, new business arrives in the form of urgent communication Place this item near the top of the list. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Divide and conquer. If two heads are better than one, two teams can certainly get more done Make the prize worthwhile. Aries (March 21-April 19) -' From dawn to dusk you conclude old business and start new projects Communication is the key to getting things on the right track. Taurus (April 20-May 20) --You really want to tie up loose ends. Don't force it, or the strings may break. Instead, tie a secure knot that you can undo later if necessary Gemini (May 21-June 21) Romance at work? Probably not. Everywhere else? Absolutely. You feel energized, renewed, refreshed. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Finish up some of your projects before starting new ones. Clean your desk and make a list for next week. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -A recipe for disaster: open mouth, insert foot (and spend the rest of the day getting your foot out). Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) --It would be easy to jump to conclusions now. Instead, give others time to express their thoughts clearly. Things are not what they seem. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Hopefully you've prepared your speech carefully. Delivery is everything. You want folks on the edge of their seats, waiting for the next joke. Scorpio (Oct. 23--Nov. 21) -New word arrives concerning plans that are already in progress. A new associate may arrive on the scene with additional information. Blast off! Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --It would be nice if imagination were all it took to get the work done. Consult with associates early to choose the best direction. soap IPERI SPOILERS ALL MY CHILDREN + David to JR: Tell Marissa the truth about your condition! + James to Jesse: don't cross me! + Angie to Madison : testifying against your father! + Kendall is reunited with her boys on Christmas Day. AS THE WORLD TURNS + Mick places a strange phone calL + Brad, Katie and Jacob share a special Christmas. + Luke is psyched to have Noah home for the holidays. + Casey proposes to Ali! THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL + Steffy creates a new campaign for the latest collection. + Brooke agrees to be part of Eric and Ridge's scheme. + Sandy receives discouraging news. + Stephanie reflects on past Christmases. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Stefano reaches out to Elvis. + EJ and Sami issue a joint public plea for the return of Sydney. Mia is distressed by the sight of Chad dancing with the new girl in town. + The Carvers spend quality time together GENERAL HOSPITAL + The murder scenes depicted in Franco's photographs are coming true! + Lisa is shocked to learn that Robin is HIV positive. Maxie and Spinelli survive a rough patch. + Laura's special angel looks over her family. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Clint confronts Bo and Nora ... with a rifle! Natalie confesses to Rex . t Dorian finally gives into Mitch's demands. Matthew's parents cry tears of joy when he takes his first steps since the accident THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Nikki leaves Victor's side to spend Christmas with her children. Is this the end for Phyllis and Nick? Nina and Paul present someone with a shocking gift. Daisy's true identity is proves dangerous for Lauren and Mi ... ha.,t Pictures From The Past Dave Brown, David Michaels, Anita Gary, R. J. Rooce, Toni McLaurine, and Jim Rhinehard posed for this photo while attending the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner. c m CIJ c m (") m til m :ll 1\) 1\) 1\) 0 0 U) ., r 0 :ll v. m 2 :::! 2 m r I til c r r m :::! 2 '"C c til r Cii :J: m c m < m :ll -< c m CIJ c At an observance for St. James Episcopal Churchmen are Herbert Curry, Timothy Thomas, Earl Smith, and James Jackson. ....., )> 2 0 ., :ll 0 ;g First Baptist Church members, Ruth Newsome, Cora Lee Aldrich, Audrey Collins, Altamese C') Nickson, and Anna Wilson. m U1
g Local N N N a: w m ::2 w carver Citv/lincoln Gardens Group To Appeal Council Vote BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter c Last Thursday residents from Carver City / Lincoln W Gardens presented their case to the Tampa City Council to deny a specia l use permit re quest from Joe Redner, owner of the Cigar City Micro Brewery. In a 4-2 vote, th e Council granted Redner's request to sell alcohol from his brewery for consumption on and off the premises Carver City/Lincoln Gardens Civic Association President Dr. Maurice Harvey, said it's not over. "We do plan to appeal their decision All of the legal issues were presented to them, and we' gave them copies of the 13 times police were called to businesses. hve gave them-what they > asked for and more even out the CC tions. In the end we got the u. same vote as befote : "'_fhis is too important for tis to just
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0') All About You! N N 0:: UJ ID :E UJ (.) UJ Cl Cl (/) w ::::> 1-c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::::> 1> a: w > w c Happv 56th Birthdav Wh e n the L o rd is with yo u w h o ca n b e again s t y o u ARTHUR CHAVIS, JR. December 24th BEN And LIL BEN (/) ::::i Step back, it's time for my boy to stunt for his 1st birthday on 12-22-09, let's stunt hard. D.. Love, daddy, Ben and Beiosha. z t= w ...1 ...1 ::::> m I ...1 w z t= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...1 LL 1745 W. HILLSBOROUG TEL 813-443-4628 u:The Voice of Our Co1nn1.unity Speaking for Itsel.f"" I'! LOOK Us Up On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter at twitter.com/FLSENTINELB ;,.' -;.;. :.;. :' <: local Princesses Eniov Movie, Evening Out When Renee Thomas became a mother, she had dreamed how wonderful it would be to have an African-American Princess that she could enjoy with her daughters, Bria, 18 and Yahaira, 12. Disney has now made that dream into a reality with a new film, The Princess and the Frog. This film was made to become an event as far as Renee was concerned She wanted to show some little girls how very special and important they are in this world. The girls could see that there is now a Princess that looks just like them. A Princess who had dreams, put in the hard work and effort to make her dreams come true. The girls had anticipated this Sunday evening for weeks as they had received gift boxes with invita tions, Tiana tiaras, stickers and crown necklaces leading up to the Princess-themed event. The evening began with the screening of The Princess and the Frog at Westshore Plaza The girls were complimented by other movie-goers and staff alike. They were dressed as Princesses and behaved as such. Following the movie, there was a reservation for 13 at Maggiano's for soine fine Italian dining. They received oohs and ahhs from the other dining guests. As guests were departing for the evening, they would stop by the "Princess Table" to remark how beautiful and well-behaved the girls were The evening continued with a birthday celebration for one of the Princesses, Nyla McGriff, 8. All of the guests on the second floor dining room joined in on the Happy Birthday sing-along as Princess Nyla blew out her candles. The Princesses in attendance were: Nyla McGriff, 8, Micayla McRae, 6, Kennedy Green, 6, Jainelle Foggie, 3, Sanai Alexander, 7, and Ja'Maela Williams, 7. The chaperones were: Caron McRae, LaPhan McGriff, Bria Fleming, Ariel McRae, DeeDee McGriff and Yahaira Thomas Speaks To Armv Reserve Group SGT. KEVIN COLEMAN, U.S. ARMY 641ST RSG, ST. PETERSBURG, AND JULIE GIBSON Julia Gibson, founder, author and publisher of Sanctuary Books presented The African Diaspora during Ethnicity Day activities"at the U. S. Army Reserve, 641st RSG's Christmas gathering on Sun., Dec. 13th.
Local c: m CJ) c AKA Chapter Presents 2nd Annual Youth Business Plan Competition: 'Entrepreneurs Showcasing Potential' cenitied As Realtor c m (') The Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is hosting its 2nd Annual Youth Business Plan Competition. Cash prizes will be awarded. employee, authorized representative, or cur rent member in good standing of the school or community group. This business plan competition is an oppor tunity for high school students to 1.) Explore their dreams of starting their own businesses and, 2.) Gain lnowledge of entrepreneurship through the process of participating in a busi ness plan competition In order to demonstrate our commitment and support of high school students with entrepreneurial pursuits, cash prizes will be awarded to the winning teams. The cash prizes must serve as seed money to help the winning team launch their business. New this year the competition will be held on three levels: local, regional, and nationaL The win ning team from Tampa will compete in the AKA Regional competition in April 2010 and possibly move on to the national competition, which will be held in July 2010. Many community organizations and youth groups have responded however we are still seeking talented and motivated students with entrepreneurial spirits who can reap the rewards that each level provides. m Recently, Garnell W. S: Wilds completed course work and tests for his certifi-:XI cation as a Realtor. He is still a part of The MAC N Group Inc., working as a 8 CD mortgage and acquisition consultant. He started preparations for this career with his Bachelor's Degree in Hotel, Property Management from Virginia Tech After gradua tion from VT, he was fortu nate to play in the NFL with the Washington Redskins and Carolina Panthers. While getting established in Real Estate, he also helps his dad operate The Blue Shark, a Blues and Jazz nightclub in Ybor City. His parents are George and Jacqueline Wilds, both retired educators from the Hillsborough County School Board. He's the g father of Garnell, Jr. and a CJ) member of the United m z Methodist Men at his Participants in the Youth Business Plan Competition must be a student currently enrolled in the 9th through 12th grade (ages 14 to 18) in any public, private, or home school in Hillsborough County. All student teams must represent a school organization/club, community youth group, -or similarly organized youth group, and par ticipants must be within the grade and age ranges identified All student teams must be supervised by an adult team leader, who is an For more information and to request a Competition Packet contact Ms. Emily Rogers via e-mail at email@example.com or call 813-5979493. GARNELL WILDS church, Tyer Temple United Methodist Church. =! z m Head Start/ Early Head Start Now Accepting Applications 'Hill<;b()f()tlgh Cotmty Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a proud recipient of Federal Stimulus Funds for program expansion to serve 400 additional infants, toddlers, children and expectant mothers. ftJ lDT You may be eligible for this program if you: Are employed at least 25 hours per week or enrolled in school/job training full time Are homeless Are a military family Receive public assistance (SSI, TANF or Subsidized Child Care) Meet the Federal Poverty Guidelines for income Have a child who has been diagnosed with an impairment affecting the child's ability to learn Additionally, eligibility for Head Start program: Have a child who was 3 years old before September 1, 2009 .. Additionally, eligibility for Early Head Start program: Have a child between 6 weeks and 23 months Additionally, eligibility for Expectant Parent Program: Are a pregnant mother in her 1st or 2nd trimester, due in May, June or July llead Statt is pllas(.d to partner in this l'\pansion with: Build a family, build a community: Success starts with Head Start FREE Child Care Applications can be downloaded at www.hillsboroughcounty.org/ headstart/ For more information on enrolling, call 813-272-5140 (TTY 813-301-7173) "Transportation Not Provided" Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start is a federally funded program, operated by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Department of Children's Services. Funds for a two-year expansion effort (2009/2010-2010/2011) are provided through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start has partnered with Easter Seals, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Lutheran Services Florida, Metropolitan Ministries and Tampa Metropolitan YMCA to provide these expanded services. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, this agency does not discriminate based on disability. r:CD c: r r !!l z -a c: CD r c;; ::::1: m c m < m c: m CJ) c l> z c "T1 ::IJ c
O'l 8 Local C\1 C\1 Retired And Proud, Inc. Celebrated 5th Holidav Gala :2 Retired and Proud group c e lebrated their sth Annual Holiday Gala at the Tampa Palms Gol(and Country Club on Friday, Decemb e r 11, :?009. Yvonne Duncan w was the Chairperson of this fabulous party. The surprise of the evening was when the Santa Helpers, chaired by Ruby French, gave each m e mb e r and guest a beaua tiful Christmas gift. The party continued on as members and guests enjoyed a wonderful evening as they danced to the sounds of DJ Roc k-ItR o d 0 en w :::> c a: LL 0 z <( 0 en w :::> 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: en :J aJ :::> a. z i= w ...J ...J :::> aJ I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL 0 ,... w JEANETIE BRAXTON-SECRET MARGARET WOODIE (.!) JOYCE And JOHN AUSTIN GWRIAAnd OLIVER PARSONS EDDYE BEXLEY And FLORASCOTI ALAnd JANICE CAVE JOAN DAWSON And RUTH BELL THOMAS WHITE AUBREY BLACK And DELORIS MCINTOSH AMERS And SELMA AYERS CAROL WHITIER HENRY SEGAR BETIY BAKER And RUBY FRENCH VICTOR And TIA YOUNG RUTH BELL, YVONNE DUNCAN And JERRY BELL MR. And MRS. CLARENCE (PHYLLIS) LEE (RET:) COL. LLOYD And MRS. ELOUISE NEWfON EDITH FREEMAN, MR. And MRS. JOHN (GLORIA) WGSDON.
Local ffi en 0 Familv's Move To APollo Beach Met With Racial Threats BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Mrs. Takita Cox and her husband dreamed of the day they would move their family out of public housing. For years, the Robles Park Public Housing Complex was their home "We knew we needed to find somewhere else to go, but we wanted to make sure our choice was a good one that would last." At the end of July 2009, Mrs. Cox and her family moved into the Apollo Beach area, and she said before they moved, she had heard that there were some race issues in the area, but not in the community where she was moving. "It didn't take long for us to see how wrong we were. The problems started almost instantly." Mrs. Cox said it began when her son started school at Apollo Beach Elementary School. "He came home crying one day, saying the kids told him they don't play with Black kids They used theN word. I talked with a school district official about the fact that there were no Black teachers in the school. He said the school's makeup reflected TAKITACOX the population of the area. They just told my son needed to adjust." Mrs. Cox said her children were later removed and put into another school that required her to transport them instead of riding on a school bus. "My middle-school child had a problem at Eisenhower. He came run ning home saying another student told him her KKK brother was going to shoot him. He was spat on and constantly had racial slurs hurled at him. "My children have never been exposed to racism before, so this scared them." Mrs. Cox said around the end of September, they had people coming past their house yelling racial slurs and threats. "I actually confronted a resident for calling my son a N and she denied it The threats got worse My son stmied gettinR bullied and on October 29t 1 he got into an altercation in school that I was never informed about. In another altercation in front of my house, they wanted to take my son to jail based on what the white kids had to say Mrs. Cox said her chil dren have had water : hoses : turned on them, and when she complains to law enforcement, they tell her everyone is entitled to free; dam of speech. "I've had to call the Sheriffs office times, and tell them about refer ences to the. KKK by some residents toward us. This past Sunday, a dead cat that belongs to a woman who is part of the problem was put in front of my doorway. I call deputies again, and another report was taken. "People are urinating on my clothes when I hang them outside and using the bath room in my yard. My kids are living in terror. I don't feel the deputies have acted in our best interest, with the exception of one who did agree that something needs to be done." Mrs. Cox said she's scared for the safety of her family. She also said other r eside nts have suppo1ted h e r and told h e r to not allow these peopl e to run th e m away. m () m 3: t:D m ::x:J -"Other minorities in the area have been subjected to I'V this as well. This has impact my chi!-CZS dren to the point they need counseling." who herself as Carol smd shes abut what's going on in Appllo Beach . We've lived here since 2003 and basically, it's one family causing the problems It's this woman and her chil dren. A lot of people have had problems with this woman and her children. "We've tried to get a restraining order against her, but the judge dismissed our "T1 application." 5 Carol said the Cox family lives just four houses down from this family and she en fi11ds it funny that a dead ani-m mal is put in their yard and the next day, Mrs. Cox's son z is almost stabbed . m r;-"I've heard the threats and t:D racial slurs, and we don't need this in our community c: The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office verified receiving the complaints "'0 from Mrs Cox, and they are investigating the allegations. ::I: m 0 m Candlelight Service Marks Death Of Youth Athlete. KWANE 4/13/83 --12/26/04 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On December 25, 2004, Kwane Doster was home from Vanderbilt University for the holidays. He had gone to a downtown club with friends. But, when the young men went to a local eatery, gunfire suddenly filled the air. Doster was seated in the back of the vehicle he was riding in and was struck by one of the bullets. Doster, who was 21 at the time, died shortly after being shot. On Saturday, December 26th, _at 7 p m., the Doster family will host a candlelight service in honor of his mem ory. The event will be held at the Kwane Doster Park, which was re-named in his honor. Excelling both on an off the football field, Kwane set records at Robinson High School that still exists today. After graduating in 2002, Kwane earned a scholarship to Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. ---Once again, the young man established himself. Kwane was the only player in Vanderbilt history to be named SEC Freshman of the Year Kwane was in his third year at Vanderbilt, majoring iri Human and Organizational Development at the time of his death. "This is a s-year celebra tion of his life. I don't want his death to be in vain. l pray to the Lord that maybe one day, I'll get his case solved so that I may get the justice we both deserve," his mother, Ms. Kelly Doster said. Ms. Doster said that as the years pass, she finds her self receiving less coopera tion from the Tampa Police Department and wonders what is going on in his case. "I call and no one returns my calls until I call the Mayor's Office or something. l want to know what they are doing with my son's case. I need to know." She further stated that in the past she's been told that police don't want to give her false hopes by telling her they have a lead and then it doesn't materialize. But, she said she would prefer they tell her something rather than not tell her anything. "I'm strong enough to han dle it if a lead doesn't pan out. I want to know that my son's case .isn't just another cold case. There is riot a day that. goes by that I don't think -1 about my son. l pray every-c: m day that his case will be en solved. I laiow that God will 0 answer my prayers, I just hope that I'm here when it happens, I believe I will be." 0 Ms. Doster also contin-'Ti ues to deal.with the frustra-tions of feeling that someone 0 could provide some informa-tion about her son's death, but won't come forward. "No one kllows what it's like to Jose a child . until you've been there. The pain doesn't go There are some people who know who's reisponsifile m y death, f' Wish.'theY come But, l never stop wanting justice for my child," Ms. Doster said. .RIVERSIDES 6501 N.40th
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Thes e you n g athl e t es are p erforming with the poise a nd th e skills of junior and senior b a ll pl ay ers. The time to recruit these athletes is now The closer they get to being seniors, the more crowded th e competition will become for their servic. e. FAMU and BCU! Where are you? Tiger Can't Hide Forever Tiger Woods is somewhere in hiding. He is shielding his very rich self from the public and the news media. Maybe that was a good idea for a while, but I think the time has come for Tiger to alter his strategy. I believe the time has FLOWERY BRANCH, GA --For m e r Atl anta Falcon s running back Warrick Dunn is buy in g a piece of th e t ea m The Falcons announced Thurs day tha t Dunn, who r etire d after th e 2008 season, h as a n agreement t o becom e the team s se ve nth limite d partner. The purchase was unanimously approved by NFL owners on Wednesday and is expected to be completed by March 1. Dunn spent 12 years in the NFL with Atlanta and Tampa Bay. He started his career with the Buccaneers, played with the Falcons for six seasons, then returned to Tampa Bay for his final year. He was only the sev enth player to reach 10,ooo yards rushing and 4,000 yards receiving "During his tenure with the Falcons and throughout WARRICK DUNN his NFL career, Warrick represented the highest of NFL standards on and off the field," owner Arthur Blank said. "Warrick has a special affinity for the Falcons, as we do for him andwe are very happy he will be back in the Falcons family." Term s o f th e agree m e nt we r e not di sc losed, but Blank \ Nill continu e t o h old more than a 90 p e r cent stake in th e team aft e r Dunn becom es a min o rit y owner. This opportunity f ulfill s one of m y profess ional goals to expand m y knowle d ge and e xp e ri e nc e in the a r ea of NFL t ea m managem e nt branding a nd o p e r a tion s," Dunn said in a s tat e m e nt "I am excited to be ba c k as part of the Falcons team and, in particular, to work with Mr. Blank." Dunn is already well known for his work off the field, including the Homes for the Holidays program that assists single par e nts in becoming hom e owners for the first tim e He r e ceived the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award in 2004 Tournament play will begin at 1 p. m. each of the three days. Past tournaments have been action packed events. A Hotbed Of Talent! come for Tiger to move back into the controlled open life that has become his trademark. He can control his appearances, his interviews, the questions he will answer and the statements he will make. He can Were Barklev, Jordan Role Models For Woods II If you are a college coach, then you should be spending a lot of time in Florida and especially in Hillsborough County. Our county is loaded with athlet ic talent, It matters not whether you are looking for basketball players, football players, baseball players, track stars or volleyball players, Hillsborough County is the place. Not only is the county loaded with athletic talent, but so many of them are underclass students. It is amazing how many of these athletes, boys and girls; are gth_ and 10th even control who he will be Tiger Woods' "indiscreseen with. tions" began with a pair of He has apologized enough. bad influences, claims one of his former mistresses. What he did was wrong and "He was always palling there is nothing he can do to around with Charles change that. For sure, hid-Barkley and Michael ing hasn't helped the situa -Jordan," the woman said tion. Tiger owes his fans "They're the ones who and supporters an apology. showed him the way." He has done that. He does It's ironic, then, that since not owe anybody besides his the scandal broke, Barkley wife a come clean, soul-says he and Jordan have cleansing confession. been unable to -reach Heads up Tiger. Grab the Woods. old golf bag and hit the What would he say if he TIGER WOODS links. If necessary hire a could talk to the g<;>lfer? I . couple of bodyguard keep "' 'would tell hirr1 I love hiin," kids. That\ it. But 'this the press away while you go Barkley said "I have been notion that he is hiding out 'th disappointed with the peo... I mean he hasn't shown on WI your 11e. ,_, ., ple who are around him. his face i'n' almost tw' o They have got him so locked weeks." up. I know myself and If Woods does appear in Michael (Jordan have) public, it will likely be with-been trying to get to him out his wife, Elin and we just want to tell him: Nordegren, or his two 'Hey, man, we love you and young children. Elin is due you are our friend.' You to depart shortly for need to know in times like Sweden, where she will For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! this you have got friends." spend the Christmas holi-Barkley also believes that day. Now Cooking Thursday Saturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For S Sh Sh H d Churches, Banquets, napper nmp eap ea Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. it's time for Woods to show his face. I am so pissed that they have got him holed up," he said. "He is a 33-year-old grown man. He did something wrong to his wife. He has to answer to her and his Tiger And \Nifc I leaded For Permanent Split Pro golfer Tiger Woods and his wife, Elin Nordegren, are headed for an imminent split that will likely be permanent, accord-ing to sources who are familiar with the couple's situation. Recent photos taken of Elin without her wedding and engagement were meant to be a public message that the breakup is coming sooner rather than later. "She knew what she was doing when she stepped out and pumped gas without her wedding rings," said one source. "There are plenty of :people who. would have _tap..kjor her so she . !wouldn't even have to be photographed. She chose not to go down that road. Moreover, she chose to make it clear those' rings were not on her. No hands shoved in pockets, no hid ing. Remember, she's still one half of a couple that has had, up until recently, a most crafted image. She knows what she's doing." She won't be one half of that couple for long, accord ing to another source. "She and Tiger are living separately now, but she'll be making this split very open and official right after Christmas," said that source.
Sports Emotional Bengals Take Henrv's Death Hard CHRIS HENRY CINCINNATI --For the second time in their breakthrough season, the Cincinnati Bengals are deal ing with death. Teary players held a somber practice Thursday and dedicated the rest of their season to receiver Chris Henry after learning that he d died a day after falling from the back of a pickup truck during what police described as a domes tic dispute. Shocked players huddled by themsel v es in the locker room once they got word that Henry had died at a h os pit a l in C h a rl otte, N.C. Th ey sa id a g r o up praye r the n w ent out o n the Paul B rown Stadium fie ld t o w a l k thro u g h some of th e ir plays f o r an upcoming game in S a n Diego. No one said mu ch. "It was tough, r e ceiv e r Andre Caldwell said "We were crying. Not the first time, e ither. The team was grief-stricken in October when Vikki Zimmer, the wife of defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, died unexpectedly at the couple's home. Three days later, Zimmer coached the defense in a 17-14 win in Baltimore that put them in control of the AFC North. Afterward, players teared up when Zimmer received the game ball. Losing a teammate hit the Bengals (9-4) even harder on Thursday, leaving them in no mood to get ready for a game on Sunday. They can clinch the division title and only their second playoff spot in the last 19 years with a victory. USF Walk-On Has 'Evervthing To lose,' savs Brother JOEL MILLER Tuesday' Paul Miller, Joel's older brother, called 620 WDAE-AM to defend his brother and veri fied that there was an incident between his brother and Leavitt. During the four-minute interview, Paul Miller said since his brother is a walkon and is not on scholarship if he opens his mouth at all, he has everything to lose." According to FanHouse's report, two days after the incident Joel Miller told his father, teammates and staff members he went to Leavitt's office to discuss the incident. Instead, Miller left feeling disrespected, threatened and intimidated, according to his teammates. "Coach J want to talk to you about what happened," Joel told Leavitt Nov. 23. Before you say anything, said Leavitt, according to what Miller told others in USF's program and his father, "just know I am the most powerful man in this building." Paul Miller was asked specifically about that conversation between his brother and Leavitt. And that's why I'm call ing right now," Paul Miller told WDAE. "I talk to my brother often and from what I gather Leavitt, for lack of a better term, is an 'a-hole.' He's impossible to talk to." Raiders Mav Sever lies With Russell JAMARCUS RUSSELL Charlie Frye was picked to start at quarterback over J a marcus Russell, the 2007 No. 1 overall pick, when the Raiders visit Denver on Sunday. Russell was unavailable for comment but said last week he still thinks he is the Raiders' quarterback of the future. But after getting bypassed in favor of Frye, there's increasing speculation the Raiders might be looking to sever ties with Russell, who signed a six-year contract in 2007 that included more than $30 million in guarantees. Man Gets life Sentence For Collier Shooting RICHARD COLLIER JACKSONVILLE --A judge has handed down a life sentence for the man convict ed of attempted first-degree murder in the shooting of former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Richard Collier. The state attorney's office says Judge Mallory Cooper sentenced 33-year old Tyrone Hartsfield on Thursday. He was convicted last month. Assistant State Attorney Bernie de Ia Rionda calls the decision the appropriate sentence." Collier was shot six times last year as he waited in his car outside a Jacksonville apartment building. He was paralyzed from the waist down and his left leg was amputated. Prosecutors say Hartsfield was seeking revenge after he was knocked out in a fight with Collier in April at a nightclub. BEAUTY UNLIMITED DONNA It may be a little frigid outside, but this week's Beauty Unlimited feature will. cer tainly warm you up. Donna is a 20-year-old Virgo who loves to travel and dance. She believes that you should treat everyone as you treat yourself, and always have selfrespect. Donna's goal is to become an attorney for business affairs, then allow that career to take her to heights of suc cess never seen before. When it comes to the man in her life, Donna said he must have a great sense of humor and know how to treat a lady. Congratulations to Donna as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. I KeysMade Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint. ......... $14.90. gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................ ;99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! -t c m (/) c c m () m ::\': OJ m ::IJ I\) I\) I\) 0 0 CD "T1 r-0 ::IJ (/) m z :::f z m r-1 lJJ c: r rm :::f z "'D c: lJJ l en ::t m c m < m -t c: m (/) c > z c "T1 ::IJ c C) m ...... w
8 Entertainment N N N a: UJ [IJ UJ (.) UJ Cl Obamas Join Stars For Christmas Benefit Concert Cl en UJ ::::> 1-Pres. Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama joined performers onstage at the annual 'Christmas in Washington' concert. WASHINGTON --The nation's capital got in the hol iday spirit Sunday night when music legends Neil Diamond and Mary J. Blige performed for President Barack Obama 0 at the annual "Christmas in fE Washington" concert. c The festivities, hosted by Z comedian George Lopez, <( took place at the National Building Museum and benea fited the Children's National Medical Center. ::::> 1-> 0: w > w 0 w :I: en :::i m ::::> a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m I ...J w z i= z w en <( 0 0: 0 ...J LL "This season we celebrate that sacred moment, the birth of a child, the message of love preached to the world," Obama said from the stage, \\h ere h e was jo i ned b y f ir s t lady Michelle Obama. ''M ore th a n 2 000 year s l a t e r th a t s pirit s till ins pires u s The president spoke of h e lpin g those in ne e d durin g the holidays, as well as hon oring those in the military. "With our men and women in uniform serving far from home, in harm's way, our fer vent wish remains this season, and all seasons: Let there be peace on earth," he said. Diamond kicked off the concert by performing Joy to the World" and "Winter Wonderland." Blige wowed the crowd with "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)." Usher sang "Have Yourself a Merry Little _Christmas" and Internet sensation Justin Bieber performed Someday at Christmas." After addressing the crowd, the Obamas stayed on stage with all the performers to sing carols, starting with "Hark, the Herald Angel s Sing." The president wiped a tear from his eye during the sing-along. Wintrev Donates $1.5M To Atlanta Private School OPRAH WINFREY ATLANTA--A private middle school in inner-city Atlanta has received $1.5 mil lion from Oprah Winfrey. The Ron Clark Academy announced the donation Thursday. The innovative school is bankrolled almost entirely by donors. The school in one of the city's poorest neighborhoods is hoping to expand its campus by building a cafeteria, gymnasium and theater. Winfrey, who has had school founder Ron Clark on her show twice, donated $365,000 to the school last December. Clark wrote the best-selling teaching book "The Essentialss." Kid Cudi Kicked Oft Ladv Gaga Tour Just after one month of being on the road with Lady Gaga, Kid Cudi's stint with the pop sensation is over. As previously reported, a recent video surfaced of Kid Cudi punching a fan in the face at a concert in Cariada after they threw something onstage, and now that inci dent has ultimately cost him his time on tour. Representatives for Cudi released an offici a l statement saying, "Kid Cudi has decided to take an early leave of absence from Lady Gaga's Monster Ball tour, in order to balance his schedule surrounding the recording of his next album and acting commitments Cudi does not want to disappoint his fans and will move forward with his individual show dates in December and throughout the month of January. This "early leave of absence is just damage con trol. T.l. Expected To Be Released From Prison Earlv Jus t whe n yo u thought you d hav e to w ait till March of 2010 f o r th e King of th e South' t o make his r eturn, think a g ain. T.I.'s r e l e as e date from prison is March 23 but rumors are swirling that the king is already out and has quietly retreated to his Atlanta home. The speculation was cleared up, however, after a prison official told The Atlanta Journal Constitution that while TIP is still locked up, he could be out very shortly. TIP could T.I. serv e the final month of his sentence out of the halfway house and in his home in Atlanta. Authorities on The Search For Young Jeezv With rappers getting the bad deal from the long arm of the law as of late, it has been essential that these artists monitor their movements and make sure that they do not get caught up with a bad break and find themselves in a cell While Gucci Mane sits back to serve his prison sentence, Atlanta has become an open field for Young Jeezy to roam to feed the streets once again Dropping his own versions on tracks such as "Money to Blow" and "Say Ahh", the Snowman has kept himself submerged in the booth as he prepared to bring his fourth album, being the third series to Thug Motivation. YOUNGJEEZV Unfortunately for the rap per, he may have suffered a minor misstep as authorities are now on the lookout for Young Jeezy. They are currently seeking the rapper stating that he is America's Most Wanted and are offering a reward of $5 million for any information that can lead to his capture. Ex-Wavans Brothers Assistant sues In NYC over Book NEW YORK --A former assistant to the Wayans Brothers has sued the comedy team for unspecified damages, saying they snatched his "You know you're a Golddigger ... "book and published it as their own Jared Edwards of Los Angeles filed the lawsuit in federal court in Manhattan against Keenen Ivory Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans and St. Martin's Press. The lawsuit said Edwards worked as an assistant for a decade beginning in 1995. It said in 2005 he wrote jokes about women who seek wealth and status through romance He said the brothers reject ed his book, but in May pub lished their own: "101 Ways to Know You're a Golddigger.'
Funeral/Memoriam MRS. HATTIE MAE LEWIS ROLAND FISHER M1s. Hattie Mac Lewis Roland Fishe1 66, of \'Vcslcy Chapel, FL, passed away December 10, 2009, at Bayonet Point Hospita. l in Hudson, Florida. She was born in Pompano Beach, FL, and came to Tampa 29 years ago from Camp Lejune, North Carolina. Predeceased in death by: Mr. Jemmie Lewis, Sr. (father); Mrs. Lillie Mae Lewis (mother); Leonard Roland (former husband); Christine Davis (sister) and Mabel Jackson (sister); and Roosevelt Lewis (brother), Willie James Lewis (brother), William Lewis (brother) and Larry Lewis (brother). She is survived by: her beloved husband, Clyde Fisher of Wesley Chapel, FL; sisters, Jessie Davis (Abraham), Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Rosa Blades (Freddie), Orange Park, FL, Gloria Stokes (Leonard), Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Evalina Scott (Rev. Shafter), Plant City, FL, and Maxine Carey (Ernest), Ft. Lauderdale, FL; brothers, .John Lewis, Ft. Laude1dalc, FL, and Jemmie Lewis, Jr. (Josie), Ft. Lauderdale FL: sons, Leonard Roland, Jr. (Samantha), Jacksonville, and Gregory Roland, Jr. (Phylis), Ft. Lauderdale, FL: daughter: Carla Smith (Ervin), Ft. Lauderdale, FL; granddaughters, Brittany Roland of Ft. Lauderdale FL, Brianna Roland of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Brandi Atkins of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, great grandson, Amari Hines of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; great granddaughter, Aaniyah Roland of Ft: Lauderdale, FL; 5 stepchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins. Mrs. Hattie Fisher was educated in the public of Broward County. She later attended Florida Junior College in Jacksonville, where she earned a degree in Nursing in 1978. She was bap--tized at St. Anthony Catholic Church in Ft. Lauderdale, April 3, 1966. After moving to Tampa in 1980, She later joined Greater Bethel M. B. Church. She developed a deep personal relationship with the Lord and enjoyed studying God's Word and attending Sunday School. She was blessed with a loving devoted husband, Mr. Clyde Fisher, who later became her compassionate caretaker during her extended period of illness. She was employed at Tampa General Hospital as a Registered Nurse and worked in various are-as of the hospital. She retired from the Rehabilitation Unit of the hos-pi I a I in :.! o o ) II c r ;.: n a It., I inll' tT'ol \\a., i n lhl' t'ducalion and de\Tioptlll'lll of hlT childt n and gtanddtildt'l'll and leaching them how lo he inde p e n d e n I a n d t l' ., p o II s i h ll adults. \ :\lenw1ial Sen in will hd held at till House Of (;od Chunh. :\. \\'. -th .\' l' n Ill'. I' I I. a 11 d l' nl a It. Sa tu1 day. llt'l'l'lll h l' 1 :! (J :!OO
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c Classifieds m CJ) 0 0 m IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUI T IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 09CA-18564 U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2005-12AL T Asset Backed Cert i ficates eries 2005 12AL T without recourse (Plai n tiff) VS ISTVAN MARTON and all unknown parties claim ing by, through, under and aga i nst the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or ali ve whether said unknown are per sons h e irs devisees grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ISTVAN MARTON; BEDII S. OKAY ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BEDDII S. OKAY; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in pos s ession of the sub j ect real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the f i nal judgment/order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property s i tuated in Hillsborough County Flo r ida described as: THE SOUTH 135 FEET OF THE WEST 118 FEET OF THE EAST 'h OF THE NORTHWEST Y. OF THE SOUTHEAST Y. OF SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, 20 EAST LESS THE SOUTH 25 FEET THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale to the highest and best b idder for cash, at 2 :00 P.M. on 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street Tampa Flor i da, 33602, on January 11. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediate ly post with the Clerk , a deposit equal to five percent (5% ) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier s check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12 : 00 P M the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF Y,OU ARE A PERSON:WITH A WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS YOU ARE E N TITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE .PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE THE CLERK'S ADA COORDINATOR, 601 E K_,ENf.IIEDY BLVD. TAMPA, FLORIDA, (813) 276 8100 EXTENSior: f 420S WiTHIN 2 WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO : THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 4th day of December. 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ANNE KACZMAREK DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No : 2009 13475 FCDB LBPL 2008 1 TRUST (Plaint i ff) vs NORMA FERNANDEZ and all unk nown part ies claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether sai d u n known are persons heirs. devisees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF NORMA FERNANDEZ ; LEGACY AT TAMPA CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION INC. ; INFOSUR TRADERS CORP., D/B/A INFOSUR TRADES INC., INSTAR SERVICES GROUP L.P TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subje c t real property (Defendants ) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final judgment/order entered in the above noted case that I w ill sell the following property s i tuated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: CONDOMINIUM UNIT 1608 BUILDING 16 LEGACY AT TAMPA A CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 17773 PAGES 1053 1268 [AND] ALL EXHIBI T S AMENDMEN T THEREOF PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST OF THE COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT THERETO at public sale, to the h ighest and best bidder for cash. at 2 :00 P M on 2nd F loor, Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street Tampa Flor i da 33602 on January 14 2010 The highest bidder shall i mmed i ately with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final b i d The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12: 00 P M the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, JF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEED ING YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAlN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK'S ADA COORDINATOR; 601 E KENNEDY BLVD. TAMPA, FLORIDA; (813) 276-8100 EXTENSION 4205, WITHIN 2 WORKING : DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED ; IF YOU ARE H EARING OR VO I CE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. 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TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA at 2:00P.M. on January 20. 2010, the following described property: The part of the South % lying North of Dug Creek Saffold Road in Section 28, Township 32 South, Range 2o East; Hillsborough County, LESS the west 2490 06 feet thereof and LESS the following described parcel : Commence at the Northeast Corner of the South % of Section 28, Township 32 South, Range 20 East; thence run West 50 .01 feet to the Westerly right of way line of County Road 579; thence run Southerly along the Westerly right of way line a distance of 1383.38 feet to a point on the Northerly right of way line of Dug Creek Saffold Road; the nce run South 65 degrees 3 minutes and 24 seconds West along said .. right of way, a distance of 290 00 feet for a Point of :;.; Beginning; thence continue South 65 degrees 3 minutes .; 24 secOnds West a distance of 2000 feet ; thence run North 24 degrees 56 minutes 36 seconds West, a ... distance of 811. 2 feet; thence run North 65 degrees 3 minutes 24 seeonds East a distance of 2000 feet; Thence run south 24 degrees 58 minutes 00 seconds East, a distance of 871.2.feet to the Point of Beginning. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. NOTICE TO PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO:NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO-PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE' ENTITLED, AT NO COSTTO 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, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated day of December. 2009. 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