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Celebrating 65 l'ears In Tlze Tanzpa Bay Area om: ami In -. SEE STORY ON PAGE 16 SORORITY HAS 6TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TOY DRIVE The members of the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. held its 6th Annual Christmas Toy Drive at Robles Elementary School. They donated to more than 100 fami l ies. Katrina Oliver was the Program Chair. The sorority has collected toys in the past for families at Potter, James, Sheehy, Shaw and Sulphur Springs Elementary Schools. Assisting with the distribution were: from left, Gloria Glover, Verorine Turner, Della Gaddie, Katrina Oliver, Doris Scott, Althea Savage, Pam Scott and Lynette Judge. Also present were Marian Lauria-Davis, Janette Spencer-Davis and Flora Scott. (PHOTOGRAPH BY JULIA JACKSON) Baby Dies After Falling From Bed SEEPAGE3 Diversity Office Honors District SEE PAGE 2 Treatment Upsets Ybor Club: Patron SEE PAGE 6 Help Sought To Catch Gunman SEE PAGE 16

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m g Features N m Anornev Representing w Carver Citv/lincoln Gardens w Group savs Issue Isn't Over >=' Oct 0 (j) w ::> ..... 0 a: LL. 0 z 1-w > w 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Tampa City Council in a 4-2 vote, may have g i ven their ap prov a l to businessman Joe Redner two ago, but the issue is far from being over. Redner, who operates a micro-brewery on Spruce Street in Carver City/Lincoln Gardens petitioned the Council to allow the consumption of alcohol on and off the premises of the brewery. Residents came to City Council on two occasions in opposition to his request, but Council members Joe Caetano, Linda SaulSena, Mary Mulhern, and John Dingfelder approved the request. Council Chairman, Thomas Scott, and Councilwoman Gwen Miller voted to deny Redner's application. Attorney Mi-riam Sumpter-Richard, representing the Carver City /Lincoln Gardens Civic Association, said she is still ATIY. MIRIAM SUMPTERRICHARD representing the group and the association will meet to discuss the process to appeal the Council's decision Based on the record, there are issues that are appealable. I will present them to the association. They need to know their options." Atty. Sumpter-Richard said she's currently reviewing the records as well as Redner's testimony to the Council. "The community felt the brewery shouldn't haye beeri put there in the first place." w --.---------------------------------------. en ::i m ::> Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m ...J w z i= z w (j)
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Features R.I.C.H. House Helps 50 Needv Families BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday a nd Tuesday several East Tampa families were the recipients of holiday cheer from members of the Tampa Police Department and community volunteers. The holidays were made brighter during a two-day event that provided food and toys to the families. The families were all resi dents of Sulphur Springs who were in need of both food and toys The R.I.C. H House was a last resort for them, Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said Last Monday, all of the chil dren in the families were presented with three toys each and each family had at least four members. On Tuesday, the families were the recipi ents of food baskets Ms. Shana Burden is shown giving a turkey to one of the residents in Sulphur Springs. Ms. Burden is a volunteer parent at the RICH House. "The baskets contained everything for the traditional holiday meal including a turkey and a pie. The turkeys were donated by Magi-cal Charters and Limousines and the other items were provided through donations from varl ous churches, organizations, volunteers, and from police officers," Ms. said. She further stated that some of the volunteers represented the Tampa Palms Bible Fellowship Church, Bayshore Baptist Church, and Watermark Design Company. R.I.C .H. is an acronym for the Tampa Police Department's Resource in Community Hope House. Located in the Tampa Police Department's District Two area, the facility provides a series of programs gea!"ed toward helping families become self-sufficient through education, job train ing, and computer training classes "The R.I.C.H House was a last resbrt for these families and the officers made casg donations as well as helped with the delivery of the food baskets. They wanted to make sure that these children and their parents had an enjoy:.. able' holiday," 1\fs. McGregor said. Encourages Others To Not.Give:Up BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Before Clint Griffin was sent to prison, he had dreams and aspirations. He wanted to be a success(ul businessman, and create opportunities for others. Unfortunately, Griffin became drawn to the same temptations as other young Black males, and was punished. "During my time in prison, I did a lot of thinking, and I knew I didn't want to get out, and return to the lifestyle that put me here in the first place. "I knew I had to make plans while I was still incarcerated so things would move along quicker when I was released." Griffin did a lot of study-CLINT GRIFFIN ing ; and as he was trying to find what to do, he said he all came to him while he was watching television. "I was watching a program where a family was sitting down playing cards . \Qat's when I tnought it woul(;I be nice if they had playing cards ON THE STREET WEEK OF NEW YEAR'S -day Night, December Edition) that could teach and entertain at the same time." Griffin developed African historic playing cards . He said he did a lot of research as far as the culture is concerned and watched a lot of taped interviews with Africans. "That proved to me that there are things out here you can do. You dmi;t have to turn to crime. You don't have to give up and feel the only way you can take care of yourself is doing something illegal." Griffin said there are so many things ex-felons can do independently, especially since so many are denied employment because of their arrest history. "I know what it feels like to have doors slammed in your face because of mistakes you've made in the past. It almost makes you want to do something illegal." Griffin said so many concepts are developed inside. prison by felons, but once they are released, they are bombarded by so many things, they never get the chance to apply thep1. You have to push every thing aside and totally devote yourse_lf to being indeJ?en dent. "All it takes is one person reaching out and Willing to at least give you a chance." Babv sunocates After Falling From Bed CHYLA SIMMONS ..... would have been 10-months-old Dec. 23rd c m en 0 0 m (") m ::: llJ m JJ N N 0 0 CD Monday, December 21st, started out like normal for LaToya Carlyle. Her 12-year-old son was in his bed, and she and her ., r baby daughter, Chyla Simmons, were in her bed 0 Tragically, Ms. Carlyle awakened to find that her daughter had JJ somehow fallen between the bed and wall and had suffocated. 6 Tampa Fire Rescue was called, attempted to resuscitate the baby, then transported her to a hospital. In spite of the child m regaining a heartbeat and breathing regularly, she later died. Carlyle said her baby would have been to-months-old z December 23rd. m "We all were looking forward to a big birthday and Christmas celebration' especially st'nce this would have been her first c Christmas." J= Carlyle said Wilson's Funeral Home is working with her to m --f :if_ ., ': c.: m r en :J: m c m < m :::tl c m en c )> z c ., JJ 6 >

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(j) 0 0 N (j) N a: w ID :: w (.) w c c en w :::J .... c a: u.. c z < c en w ;:, .... > a: w > w c w :r::: ...J m ;:, a.. z i= w ...J ...J ;:, m ..!. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u.. Editorials & Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-14 0 ) 22 0 7 21st A v enue Tamp a F lor i da 33 6 0 5 ( 8 1 3 ) 24 8 -1921 Published E v ery Tuesday and Fr i day B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York. 1990 94 CP Time lnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR 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: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bu\letln or \he Publisher sav No To Slaverv license-Plates Imagine this. At least 30,000 Floridians have sign_ed a petition supporting our state's issuing a license plate promoting a return to slavery. We don't want to rain on your holiday parade, but currently, the Sons of Confederate Veterans (those same varmints who put up a monster Confederate Flag now flying over I-4 and 1-75) is suing the State of Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles for being denied an application to print a Confederate Heritage license plate with the slogan, '!SLAVERY! IT'S A PIP!" Thankfully, the Florida Legislature has refused to approve such an application for the past tWo years. Indeed, another organization called the Sons of a Parallel Universe has applied to have the state print a -plate that would have the slogan "SLAVERY! YES!" for at least two years. Imagine specialty license plates with slogans such as "The Holocaust! Never Happened!'\ or "A Woman's Place? In the Kitchen!," or "Immigrants, Pick Strawberries and Go Home!" Racism, seXism and bigotry do not belong anywhere and have no place on state-issued license plates. Promoting racist, sexist and bigoted symbols of oppression and violence has no place on taxpayer paid and state issued licenses. African Americans now are subjected to a Confederate flag waving off our interstates. We will not tolerate, nor quietly accept state issued racism and big-otry, as well. Enough is enough! Cure For Sickle Cell Anemia Close At Hand .... ,;.. :-............ ; -. J(, .... ;.$ P aul Revere, mount your horse and spread the news across America! One of Black America's deadliest foes .may soon have met its Earlier this month, researchers revealed they are close .to discover-ing a cure for sickle cell anemia in children. "One if by land! 1\-vo if by sea!" The disease that kills a half-million people worldwide each year, will battled, said French researchers, by a treatment strategy that uses stem cell transplants to destroy the disease. Thus far, such efforts have shown great success.ln fact, three years after receiving the treatment, 85 percent of the children are alive and disease free. Moreover, Sickle Cell disease, which is found primarily among people of African, Asian or Eastern Mediterranean descent causes the body to produce crescent-moon shaped blood cells, which limits the cells' ability to carry oxygen throughout the body. The blood also becomes sticky. The incidence of the disease amongAmerican Blacks is 1 in 12. However, in some parts of: Africa, it is as high as 1 in 4 Indeed, somewhere in the world, sources state that a W baby dies of Sickle Cell disease, every minute. Currently,rio cure for this debilitating disease had been found. So, Q. 'the fact that children were disease-free as a result of C That was the sound of my glass of egg nog clinking against another glass as I propose the toast : Here's to a better New Year. I am sure that milligps of Americans join me ia-better 2010. I need :riot tell you or remind\{ou that 2009 was ..,..,. .... not a very good year for : marty of u 's. We experienced a try ing year in 2oog because: the United States is in the midst of two very costly and deadly wars; the economy is at its worse in decades; people lost their jobs by the millions; and people lost their homes, their savings, their insurance and their retirement. And, that is not all. People had difficulties feeding their families, educating their children and getting medical treatment. Yes, my friends, 2009 was not a very good year for many Americans. We can only hope and believe that 2010 will be a better year. To believe that it will be better is not dreaming the impossible. As 2009 came to a close, there were signs showing that things are getting better. The administration is beginning to concentrate on creating jobs. Hopefully; early in 2010, things will really get better. I am tempted to say that things were so bad in 2009 until they can only get better in 2010. But, I realize that unless the President and Congress stay the course, things could get worse in 2010. Let me say one more time, things bad in 2009, but at the same time, let me say that we made it. But enough about how bad things were in 2009. In spite of conditions in America, there is so much that we have The Emancipation Proclamation And A Dose 01 Realitv 0 n Friday, January 1st, Blacks all over America will gather in churches, community centers and parks to celebrate Emancipation Proclamation Day. Since 1863, this day has been one of the most important dates in the history of Blacks in America. Indeed, I envisioned the jubilation and smiles among slaves as the proclamation declaring their freedom was read to them by members of the United States Army as they spread through out the South notifying slaves and slave 9wners of the action taken by President Abraham Lincoln. I always looked forward to those cele brations. However, in later years, while we celebrated, my emo tions always tempered by the reality of the politics behind how the Emancipation Proclamation evolved. To me, the Emancipation was always an "end that justified the means." You see, I read the 1206 page Negro Almanac, in the 1979's and became aware that President Abraham Lincoln gave a speech in which he stated, "If I could save the Union without free ing any slave, I would do it; if I could save it by freeing all the slaves, I would do it ; and if I could save it by freeing some and leaving others alone, I would do that. What I do about slavery and the colored race, I do because I believe it helps save the Union . Moreover, knowing that the Emancipation Proclama tion only freed slaves in those states that had seceded from the Union, leaving all other-' slaves (approximately 8oo,ooo) still in bondage, was a sobering moment for me. Most important to remem ber is that Lfncoln was elect ed as a "racial moderate" in 1860, and had "argued that federal government had no right to prohibit slavery in the South, and that preserving the Union was the sole issue Thus, Lincoln deliberat ed over the issue of freeing slaves while his more radical Republican colleagues advo cated for complete abolition. The Negro Almanac alsO' stem cell transplants was.startling and welcomed news. t o b e thankful f o r ; t n d t o b L h a pp y over. W e c an b e thank ful f o r lif e a nd th e c han ce t o s ee a bright e r da y w e c an b e thankful th a t in s pit e o f th e w a r s and a c t s o f t erro ri s m Americ a r emaine d a safe plac e to live a nd t o rai se fami lies. We ca n g o forth knowing that dawn will come in the morning, that b ehind ev e ry dark cloud there is a silv e r lin ing and that trouble doesn' t last always For thos e are Christians, we can move through the year knowing that God will put no more on us than we can bare. As we embark upon a New Year. I ask that everyone pause and pray to their God for peace on earth, goodwill to all mankind and for a 2010 year that will be a whole lot better than the year of 2009. Not only should we pray for a better year in 2010, we should pray that each of us become better people in 2010 I for one am relying on a better 2010. I have accepted that fact, I believe it and because I do I want to say Happy New Year and the best of the best to you! pointed out that as late as 1861, Lincoln rescinded an order by General Freemont that slaves of masters who fought against the Union were to be "declared free men By 1962, the continued rebellion of the South, then known as the Confederate States of America, prompted Lincoln to propose a plan for "gradual compensated emancipation of slaves." The proposal also includ ed a provif)ion to assist freed slaves who desired to emigrate to Haiti or to Liberia. In September 1962, Lincoln threatened to abo lish slavery in territories still rebelling against the Union, and to free slaves of masters disloyal to the United States, if they refused to cease fight ing the Union, by January 1, 1863. Thus, on January 1, 1863, Lincoln issued the Ema11.cipation Pr:oclamation 1 declaring all slaves in rebellious areas to be free. The rest is history , Today, the oldest memorial to Abraham Lincoln built by funds raised by former slaves, in the Washington, D. c. area, still stands. The stat. ue, Lincoln The Emancipator, shows Lincoln standing over a kneeling half-clad slave with his slave chains broken. So, as we celebrate Emancipation Proclamation Day this year, we at least know the truth about Lincoln. And the truth shall set us free. Harambee! Nevertheless, researchers believe the potential cure might cause problems for adults. However, the news of the success with children means that a safe cure for adults is closer than ever before.

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Read All About It HOROSCOPES Today 's Birthday --You find venues for co n cent rat ed effort everywhere you l ook thi s year. D on't shy away from work. Ins t ead, e mbr ace e ach responsib ilit y a n d figure out how t o ha ve fun w ith it. Bo os t your mental power by l ea m i n g a n ew wo rd eve r y day a nd then u sing it. Work can be play. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -You may n ot get mu c h done t oday, but ot h ers do. Yo u'r e s urpri se d a t h ow far co worke r s ha ve co m e Thank them. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Y o u ge t a c h a nc e to combine the best ideas fro m each p erso n i n t h e group .All the thre ads weave together into a delig htful pr od uct. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) --Polish the language yo u'll u se in a n important co mmun icatio n Ge t s u ggestio n s from a trusted pi;!rtn er. Fin alize documents t od.ay : r j 1 Aries (March 21April 19) --Confirm plans. Pick up a n y s urpri se packages that yo u h ave on layaway Sc hmo oze with co wo rk e r s. Not much wo r k ge t s done toda y Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Document o pportuniti es tha t co m e yo ur way t oday. You ca n't do much about them, but y ou'll want to rem e mb e r the m n ex t week. Gemini (May 21-June 21) --If yo u've b ee n taking care of business tod ay feels like a p eak of performance, completion and satisfaction. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Wh a t began yesterday will be completed today if you pla y your own role Let others play theirs Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -You get a huge boost of energy when you work together with a peer. Both of you get new ideas in the process. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Pay attention to everything you hear in the romance dep a rtment. You can use this info later fdr yourself or for gift 1deas. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Calls and cards come flowing in. You he a r from people who've been a bsent for some time. You don't have to reply to all, but there's one call you need to make Scorpio (Oct. 23--Nov. 21) -Be prepared to restate your position People are listening a nd willing to change Surprise! You change, too. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Make it your business to speak to everyone in your environment. Don't just say "hi Encourage a real answer to "how are you?" SOAP OPERA SPOILERS All My Children David to JR: Tell M ar iss a the truth about yo ur condition! J a mes to Jesse: don't cross me! .Angie to M a dison: t est ifying agains t your fat her! Kendall is r e unit e d with her boys on C hristmas D ay. As The World Turns Mick places a str a nge 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 Beautiftd 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 ple a for the r e turn of Sydney Mia is distressed b y the sight of Chad dancing with the new girl .in town The Carvers spend quality time to ge ther. General Hospital The murder scenes depicted in Franco's photographs are coming tru e Lisa is shocked to learn that Robin i s HIV positi ve M ax ie and Spinelli surv i ve a rough patch. Laura's special angel looks over h e r family. One Life To Life Clint confronts Bo a nd Nora . with a rifle! N a talie confesses to Rex Dorian finally gives Mitch's demands Matthew s parents cry tears o f joy when he t a kes his first steps since the a ccident. The Young And The Restless Nikki leaves 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 and Michael. Pictures From The Past Attending a Police-Community Relations Program were Officer Millie. L. Grant, Nathaniel and Justine Long, Sergeant W. R. Dial, and Officer Sabrina. D. Taylor. Delegates attending a Baptist conference at Mt. Moriah P. B. Church were Rev. T. M. Batts, Rev. J. B. Taylor, Rev. J. T. Syler, Mrs. Rosa Davis, Miss Lillian Syler, and Mrs. Lillie Godwin. An early photo.ofMeacham Elementary School Safety Patrol members: -i c m en c c m (') m s: OJ m :::D 1\) 1\) g CD "11 r-0 :::D en m z ::::! z m r I OJ c r rm ::::! z "'C c Ill r-u; :I: m c m < m :c -< -i c m en c ?< )> z c ., :::D c

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0) 0 0 Club Patron Upset Over Treatmenr 01 Blacks In Ybor Citv w c >"' < c (/) w ;:) 1-c a: LL c z ct c (/) w ;:) 1-w > w c w ::r:: (/) :::i m ;:) Q. z j::: w ...J ...J ;:) m ...=. w z j::: z w (/) ct c a: 0 ...J LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When it comes to partying in Ybor City, Sholanda Hill feels there's a double standard. On December 18, 2009, Hill and her husband, Andre Hoston, were at Club Prana on 7 th Avenue and 17th Street in Ybor City At 2:15 a.m. Saturday, Hill said she was stabbed inside the club by an unknown patron I went to find my husband to tell him what had happened, and we went outside to find a police officer That's when things got crazy." Hill said her husband was very excited and a n xious when he tried to get the attention of officers on patrol in th e area. "He was worried about me and knew I needed medical help. He was ye lling for an officer, and when one did come, his voice was raised as he tried to explain what had happened. Hill said that's when the officers turned things around, and" attacked her husband They tased him 9 times, saying he was arguing with them He wasn't arguing with the police. He was trying to tell them I had been stabbed, :,,, Offer good for 2009 Tn Preparaooo Not valid with other offers. Eipim January 30, but it appears they didn' t want to hear tha t Instead, the y treated him like a crimi nal. According to arrest records, Hoston was arrested and charged with breach of p eace, disorderly conduct, and obstruction. Hill said ft makes no sense how ate treated in Ybor eity.'c "I've seeiHhe w.ay the police treat the white patrons. It seems they get away with just about anything. But, as soon as a Black person gets loud, they jump on them. Hill said she wants to know how the person who stabbed her was allowed inside the club with a weapon. "So m ebody is not doing their job. This is completely unacceptable ; and the fact a report wasn't written the night it happened really upset me. District III Commander, Major Gerald Honeywell, said according to his officers, two men wee fighting inside the club, and Hill tried breakingthem up. "She was stabbed trying to break up a fight : Her husband wasn't involved in .the fight. The reason it took so long to get a report together is because no one at the club wanted to cooperate with the officers." "His wife was trying to pull him out, but he c ontinued to be belligerent and challenging the officers. That's why he was tased. He was Challenging the officers and that's unacceptable. He really wasn't involved n the fight. Maj. Honeywell said they are investigating Hill's stab bing Hill filed a complaint with the Internal Affairs Department on the behavior of the officers. ''I'm going to hire an attor ney to take action against the cluh and the officers. I'm not going to allow this to just be forgotten like it never happened." A call to Club Prana was answered by a man who idem tified himself as Frank, one of the managers He said their search policy varies, depending on the crowd On some nights, we do pas downs and physical searches, and on other nights, we use wands. It depends on what kind of theme is going on at the club on that particular night." As far as the incident where Ms. Hill alleges she was s .tabbed, Frank said he doesn't recall a woman be ing stabbed inside his club. Prophetess Seeks To Train, Equip, And Empower Others BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday evening, members of the church community will gather at their respective places of worship for Watch Meeting Night. This will be a time of praising and singing to welcome the New Year. However, the following evening, Prophetess Joanne Gillespie, of Prophetic Ministry Institute Intermi.tional wants the community to join her as she launches the "First Fridays Prophetic Gathering." The event will begin at 7 p.m. January 1st, and will be held at Cathedral of Faith Church, 6304 N. 30th Street. The event is free and open to the public. A n ative of Columbus, Ohio, Prophetess Gillespie said, "God sent m e on a mi s sion to come to the area. I left everything I owned, family, and friends to come here. Prophetess Gillespie clarified her role by stating that she is not here to estab lish a church. Her mission is to "train; equip, and empower people" to start the year off correctly Fondly known as "The Prophetess," Prophetess Gillespie is a powerful speaker, and gifted psalmist. However, she defies being placed in a category and refuses to be defined or described. InsteacL she said her ministry must be experi enced. She currently serves the PROPHETESS JOANNE GILLESPIE body of Christ in th e Office of a Proph et a nd as th e Founder of the Prophetic Ministry Institute International with its Intern a tion a l headqu ar t ers in Tampa. Prophetess Gillespie brings more than twenty years ,of experience, knowl e dg e, and expertise to her profession. She also utiliz es classes, seminars, workshops, and co nference s designed for churches and l ea ders to reach others. Prophetess Gillespie's further stated that she is appreciative of Bishop James and Pastor Marzetta Howell for serv ing as hosts for the program. "They are both just so gracious, such giving people with open hearts for God and God's people." frophetess Gillespie stated that her goal is to rrieet people on New. Year's Day, which is the first Friday of the year to, "Start the year with an ear to hear what the Spirit is saying to you." TAMPA ORGANIZATION OF BLACK AFFAIRS (TOBA) REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. UNSUNG HERO AWARD The MLK Unsung Hero Award is presented to individuals who have significantly contributed to improving the quality of life in our community by giving of themselves in time, dedication, influence, Nomination must include: Nominee's Name and mailing address Reason for Nomination (100 words or less) Name and address of person making nomination Send your nominations to: UNSUNG HERO AWARD C/OTOBA P.O. Box 3485 Tampa, FL 33601 All nominations must be received by Friday, January 8, 2009

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g Birthday Greetings N HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Und e rstanding is understood for those who thought I was down and out and turned their Dad, I love you and miss you a lot! backs on me, I salute y'all. I am EDDIE, JR., EDDIE, III And ANN Son, no matter what I'm stillwo%. Happy birthday to the man h e re . God has got this!!! 1 d y'al sit aroun talking abo ut Mr. JIZ LIZ And SNOOP Brus, we love you. S. T. A. N. D. -Stay True And Never Doubt . HAPPY. ANNIVERSARY \,'" .,. LA TOY A And GEORGE George, God has truly blessed me with you You're the love of my life. Happy anniversary, love, LaToya. SUPPORT FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Yeah, y'all see it, still repre senting. You counted me outguess what, I'm coming back. HAPPY ANNIVERSARY DONALD And PAMELA HOKE If I had to choose between lov ing you and breathing, I would use my last breath to say I love you because I l
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Local Black Shoe Squadron, ladV Slippers Tov Drive The Black Sho e Squadron a nd th e Lad y Slipp e r s h e ld a t oy drive at the Windjammer t o co ll ec t toys for M etropolita n Minis tri es. Thi s i s th e third yea r the r etire d military ve t e ran s have co m e togethe r for the toy drive (Photography by BRUNSON) George Allen, Ernestine Miller, Delilah Canady and Debra Register at the Windjammer for the toy drive. Left to right: Walda Lewis, Will Powell, Lemar Powell and Rita Mooney. Mani(estQtio.ns Wt>rldwide Missions Wo .iafile yout>IC!mdMarrifestalicm Woridwid z c 'TI :!! c G) m CD

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. -::::-:::: ============================================================================Jl ct Location: When: Time: Price: It's the TBBHF Street Festival. Cotne join us-there's something for everyone! Arts, crahs & food vendors, free health screen i nqs, live enter1 a i nrne nt, (Jr1ists, authors, c h i ldren activitiPs, Greek frate rnities & sororities Jnd corporClte ) January 16 "Ol d School Saturday, L a kPside January 17, Jazz Sunday, feotwin g BK J a ckson 10 am-6 pm, Admission is FREE AI lopez Park 4810 North Himes Ave., Tampa T A M p A y ... .. .. ;.-..... Ri! E F E S T I V A L"' JAN. 14-23, 2 18 & F E S. T l V A 1..w Presents ''The 5th Altntlal Heritage Gala'' This event \Viii kick-off the lOth Anniversary \Vith a Broad\vav caliber-like sho\v: el Busch Gardens, Tatnpa Bay Fridav, Januarv 15, 2010 .. . 6: 00 PA1 9:3 OPi l;/ $40 per person-$70 per couple $50 a r the door perperson Semi-Formal Attire Ticket locations throughout the conm1wlity: ( No Checks or Credit Cards Accepted) Special Hair Design 6010 N 40th Street SuiteD, Tampa-813 236 7077 Kennedy Barbeque at Heritage Isle Golf & Country Club-10630 Plantation Bay Drive New Tampa-813.4Q6.494 I Sista RiseN' Shine-213 E. Robertson Street, Brandon-813 622.0502 To purchase tickets online, please visit www.tampablackheritage.org for full schedule of events Title Sponsor: -ver1701:1 .. Q Blue<..'ross BlueShield of Florida 4t AI> .............. ... .... ...... ..... For more information, please visit www.tampablackheritage.org. m (/) 0 l> .-< 0 m (') m OJ m :::0 1\J <0 1\J 0 0 en m z :::! z m ,..., I OJ c ,... ,... m :::! z ., c m c en :I: m 0 m < m ::0 -< -i c m en 0 )> z 0 "TI ::0 0

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a> g Sports N a> N a: w co :2 w () w Cl Cl en w :::J ..... Young Coach Involves Youth In Communitv Cornelius P. Taylor is shown with his team; left to right, Devori,. Kemeron, Keyshawn. Stand'ing, Rova'uan, Taurence, Kederick, Daniel and Troya. Cornelius P. Taylor is a young man who enjoys work ing with youth: He has been working with a youth group in Sulphur Springs They have b ee n playing basketball with the Junior/Youth Basketball Associati o n through the Ameri ca n Legion. There are 9 m em b ers of the Junior Magics When they wer e not pla y ing basketball, Taylor wou!d ge t the m together to watch movies a nd/ o r lis t e n to music since h e is a mu s i c prod ucer while he prepared snacks for their enjoyment. His plan is to keep this group together for the next available sport for youth their age. Studying computers at Florida Career College, Taylor also tutors the youngsters after school. He is .the father of a g-year-qld daugh ter, Nya (a cheerleader) .and enjoys computers, music and remote control cars. Arum Deems PacquiaoMavweather Fight: Dead The possible March megafight between Floyd Mayweather Jr. Oeft) and 'Manny Pacquiao has been tossed into jeopardy. LAS VEGAS --Pr:omoter cuss. Bob Arum declared the "They're by the megafight between Manny Pacquiao side as being par-Pacquiao and Floyd tisail," Arum said, referring Mayweathey Jr dead to USADA. "He doesn't want Thursday, though efforts con-to use them. f don't to tiriued to find a compromise use them. They're so infleXi. to a dispute oyer blood testble they can't be used." ing. Arum said he planned to "It's oyer," Aruni said "0-V-move forward py ', Pac(i.uiao fight M '8..f:Ch't3,. a :J'hursda;y aga l nst a or} a oil A i4o-; t{lsting, issue not pounder. He said there was resolve d fo t th' e .. planned . still a chance .Pacqwaoancf .>. Ma,ywea-tber.i
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Sports Urban Mevers Resigns URBAN MEYERS GAINESVILLE, FL -While his coaching successes mounted and his tough-asnails reputation grew, Urban Meyer admits there was one thing he didn't pay much attention to his health. That hit home when chest pains sent him to the hospital after Alabama beat his Florida Gators in the Southeastern Conference championship game on Dec. 5 And so on Saturday, exactly three weeks later, the 45-year-old Meyer shook all of college footb all b y s ayin g h e wa s stepping d own. H e resi g n e d aft e r fi\ e s easons and two national titl es. In s o man y words, he s aid he needed to get hi s priorities str aight H e will coach hi s fina l ga m e a t the Sugar Bowl against Cincinnati on New Year's Day. He leaves No. 5 Florida with a 56 -10 record that includes a 32-8 m ark in league play and a schoo l-record 22-game win ning st re ak tha t was snapped by the Crimson Tide in that SEC title game. "I h ave given my heart and soul to coaching college football and mentoring yo -ung men for the last 24-plus years and I have dedicated most of m y waking moments the last five years to the Gator foot, ball program," Meyer said in a statement. "I have ignored my health for years, but recent developments have forced me to re-evaluate my priorities offaith and family." Jordan Sues Grocerv Stores MICHAEL JORDAN The next time local grocers Jewel and Dominick's want to salute an accomplishment by Chicago Bulls great Michael Jordan, they might want to just send him a card instead. Jordan, who led the Bulls to six championships and was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame l ast September, filed lawsuits Monday against both grocery store chains for two separate ads celebrating the living legend that Jordan considers an infringement on his tradem a rk and business interests. Both suits, filed in Cook County Circuit Court, claim .the ads, each con;gratulating Jordan on his long list of achievements, were actually clever and unauthorized ways of linking the former league leading scorer to their stores. Tiger's Wife Eves Full Custodv, Half Of His S&OOM TIGER And EUN Elin N ordegren reportedly wants full custody of her two kids with Tiger Woods convinced that the philander ing golf great's subpar maturity m a kes him an unfit dad. The couple has two children -Sam, 2, and Charlie, 10 months "She wants 100 percent divorce 100 percent custody children, and half of The hard-line stance stems from Woods' refusal help for his twin addicti z 0 , :II 0

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Breaking News! B.G. Is ><( 0 0:: u. 0 z <( 0 C/) w :::::> I-w > w 0 w J: C/) ::J CD :::::> Q. z tu ...J ...J :::::> .CD ...J w z i= z w C/) <( 0 0:: T. I. Released To Tiuer A Free Agent From Prison T.I. "The king's baaa. aack!" That's the latest catch phrase buzzing through Atlanta as n ews is spread in g that T.I. has been rel ease d from jail. As pre v iously reported, T. I. was expected to be released shortly from a fed eral prison in Arkansas to continue to serve his sen tence in a halfwa y house. Now just six da y s later, that da y has finally come. The announcement was made official through Grand Hustle executives and affiliates "The KING is home y'all! Merry Christ.ri1as!" Kid Cudi Falselv Arrested For Burglarv KIDCUDI It seems like "escorting" himself from Lady Gaga's Monster Ball Tour only creat ed an outlet for Kid Cudi to find his way into even more draina. The rapper was arrested Monday in Los Angeles after the Los Angeles Police t detained him, alon g som e of his associates und e r suspicion of b e ing s us pects to a burglary after l eav ing a photoshoot. Five patrol cars wound up on the scene to subdue and place Cudi and his friends in cuffs just to find out that it was mistaken identity and that Cudi, nor his friends, had any involvement with anything illegal at the time. After realizing their error, the authorities were quick to let them go. According to the authorities, a resident identi fied Cudi's crew as being par ticipants in the burglary, but it was apparently a mistake. Speaking with NME, which he was actually doing the photo shoot for, Cudi had no ill grievances to the mistake on the part of the polic e and was content with the fact that it was over 3608 N. 15th lCornar or lakeJ For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking Thursday-Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs Special Discounts For Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And Large Orders, MAINO Whit e America may have thrown him t o th e wolv es, but old Eldrick is still lov e in th e h ood. Peep Maino's latest heater "Tiger" as pays hom Q.geto the long stroke king. SeanP Arrested SEANP Sean P, r ea l name Sean Joseph, of the YoungBloodZ was arrested Monda y night after attending a r e l e ase party for his new mixtape According to police, h e was involved in an incident at Tongue and Groove club and was arrested for simple batteiy and disorderly conduct. The simple battery charges have since been dropped. lhe NePtunes Named Producers If The Decade THE NEPTUNES The Neptunes are ending the year on a high note and have been named the top producers of the decade. According to Billboard, Pharrell and Chad Hugo are worthy of the honor. So who else made the list? Timbaland, Kanye West, Lil Jon, Bryan Michael Cox and JD just to name a few. With th e r e l ease of Too Hood 2 B e a t th e t op of D ece mb e r th e r e \\as a lot of c hange occ urrin g in th e lif e of N e w Orlea ns rapp e r B.G. Not only was h e finally able t o r e l ease his ele v e nth s tudio album h e was also able to cut ties \\ ith tho se that were h o ldin g him back. According to th e rapper, not only did D ece mb e r 8 mark the drop o f his album it also marked th e da y that h e would receive his fr ee d o m and should now b e a free agent to continu e his rap career with whatever lab e l h e choos es. B.G. took some time out to B.G. provid e som e clarity to his sit uation with T.I.'s involvem ent with his latest a lbum and what led to th e d e mis e of his caree r on Grand Hustle Records lil Cease To Slar In Fibless Show Whil e Lil Cease ha sn't releas e d a studio album in years he's b ee n bu sy hitting th e gy m and promoting his fitne ss DVD series. Cease is co-CEO of HardBod y Entertainment, a company that began as an internet magazine, and transgresse d into a fitness DVD series. The HardBody Urban fit ness series features him and MO,ney L training users on a basic workout routine and may be moving to a larger sca l e now that one of the founding members of Junior LILCEASE Mafia is said to be in talks with a major network for a fit ness program. Que Gets Dropped FromDav2&. : ;, Mosley a .k..a ... Que from Day 26, tweete d that he had receiv e d a letter from the R&B group Day 26 stating that he will be depart ed from the group. Many fans have already discussed their beef with the situation and have supported Que on his twitter and his ustream show. The departure comes at no surprise, for those who are familiar with Day 26 should know that Que was one of the only band members who did n't get along with eve1yone. Although no extended details were released explaining the drop, member Will Taylor took the initiative to go on his twitter and say : "The truth will soon come out about the reason for him being removed from the group and they fought for this QUE not to happen." This is nof the first time Day 26 has recently made headlines with career deci sions. Just a few weeks ago Day 26 announced that they were l eaving the Bad Boy Label and in pursuit to find a new one.

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c Memoriam Local IN MEMORIAM Tampa Metro NCNW Member Addresses National Convention MICHAEL R. EVANS 6/25/56-12/24/2009 Tears of happiness and joy fall often during this time of the year! Because a smile so bright is no longer near. Yet your spirit remains in our hearts very close and very dear. Love, your family and friends. Th e 54th Natio n a l Conventio n of the Na ti o n a l C ouncil o f Negr o Women (NCNW), Inc. was h eld D e c embe r 1-6 2009 at the Gaylord National Hotel, in National Harbor, MD, a newly developed community n ear Washington, D. C. and Alexandria VA. The the me of the convention was "Harnessing Intergenera-tional Power." The Dorothy I. Height Leadership Institute Development Training Program was the highlight of the first 2 days. Ms. Height presided over the plenary sessions. Ms. Clemmie Perry, President of Educational Training Consultants, was one of several presenters at the convention. She is the Historian and Technology Ch air o f the T ampa l'vletro S ec t i o n Ms. Perry presente d workshops that focus e d on the NCNW and 21s t Century Technology Challenges. Assisting with the presentation were Doris Ross Reddick, her mother and NCNW member; Geraldine Twine and Belinthia Berry. Several persons from the Tampa Metro Section .attended the convention: Electa D. Davis, President; Antonia Barber; 1st Vice President; Patricia Jones, 2nd Vice President; Belinthia Berry, 3rd Vice President and Youth Director; Lorretta Cottman, Mrs. Twine, Mrs. Reddick, Lucille Morris, Minnie L. Sullivan and Gloria W. Davis. First Meeting Of 2010 WilSON FUNERAl HOME Mr. Jerome Miller, Tampa. Shyla M. Simmons, The first meeting of 2010 for the Tampa Metro Section of NCNW will be held Saturday, January 9th, 10 a. m. at Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, corner of 22nd St. and 26th Ave. Committee chairs are to submit written reports and members are asked to please be on time. Visitors are welcome. Riverview, FL. Gloria W. Davis, Publicity Chair; Electa Davis, President. . > : : _:: :: :: . : : . : . . _,_ .. ... ..... ,., ... pr90pe than ;e' 1 .... orto leave you with less than : . IJ9ssibie: >: t? honor your wishes and .. .:.: :. 4 We like-meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a part of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is important to you, and you don't deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME 300J N. 29th St Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350 (813) 248-6125 WNW.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager 2708 E. DR MARTIN LUTHER Kli'iG,JR. BLVD : TAI'v!PA-l.FL33610 Ph. (813) 232-8t25 Fax (813) 231-0521 Letottr faltlilVtllke c:nre ofynur fiu:uily "We 11re tlte ke)-:tn.a fine nndqualitysen:i<.-e .. Harmon Funeral Horne John Harmon, L.F.D. Jatnes Harmon, L. F. D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 FUNERAL HOME Business Is 3000 N. 2!P" st Tampa, fl 33llim (300) 605..J350 (313) 14S-8125 W\'1\'1 'l'lil,on.funeralhome.r.om 0 President Obama Calls Radio 0 Show As Barrv From D.C. PRES. BARACK OBAMA President Obama shocked Virginia Governor Tim Kaine and several million listeners to a morning radio show when he called in as Barry from D .C. The governor of the com monwealth was hosting a seg-s:: ID m JJ m c nt o f a r adio s tati o n' s "Ask Th e G ove rn o r seg m e nt whe n Th e Pr es id ent calle d in pre -N t ending to b e a calle r co m-.!-0 plairiing about Northern Virgini a traffic. The President shook off th e fake persona and expresse d his gratitude to his friend and the man he was highly considering making his Vic e Pre s ident saying, "I just wanted to say how proud we are of your service as governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia .... I'm laughing 'right now at Governor Kaine's, haha. He looks so excited! Citv Council Approves Naming Street After Sean Bell SEAN BELL And FIANCEE A Queens city council has opted to name a street after ., Sean Bell, the unarmed man r shot and killed by police with so bullets. c The action was approved > despite protest from people like the president of the detec-z tives union, Michael Palladino, who called the m proposal "disgraceful." r;-m c Florida Countv Welcomes Its First Black Female Judge I= m ::j z "'D c ATIY. KATHY GARNER The only predominately Black countyin Florida has finally sworn it is first Black and first female judge. Gadsden County is welcoming Attorney Kathy Garner into her new position after the m retirement of Judge Stewart C E. Parsons. CJ> Governor Charlie Crist ffi commemorated the historic C moment saying, "With more than a de c ad e m of experience as an investiga-tor and a child advocate she has demonstrated the appro. priate balance between com-cn passion and justice needed by C ajudge." Before her appointment, > Garner was a: child support hearing officer and a ., practitioner with the Garner JJ Law Group since 2000. C Good for her. womanArrested For Planning. To 'Blow Awav''' Mjchelle Qbama' A woman in Hawaii is in federal custody after she reportedly told the Secret KRISTYLEE. :ROSHIA Service she .. would away" First Lady Michelle Obama. According to NewsOne, 35-year-olf:l. Kiisty Lee Roshia was charged with threatening a family member of the President and assaulting a federal agent after being arrested less than two miles from the Kailua home where the Obama family planned to : stay during a holiday visit later this week. An affidavit for the protection organization states that the sick woman called them repeatedly and said, "I will kill Michelle Obama" a 'hd '"I will kill marines." she also President Bush in 2004 say-ing that while she wanted to G) assassinate The President, she m "didn't want to hurt him." .... U1

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m g Crime C\1 O'l C\1 a: w aJ :2 Mom Credits Deputv With Saving Familv In Fatal Shooting w A Hill s b o r o u g h Coun t y S h eriff's d eputy s h o t a n d c killed a n a rm e d s u s pec t d uring a domestic d i s p u t e T h e c s h oo tin g t oo k place s h o rtl y (J) be f o r e 1 p.m., Chr i s tm as Eve, o n U S. 301 n ea r Big B e nd 1-Road Cpl. Mark Clark r es pond e d t o a call from th e Publi x Supermarke t at U S 301 a nd B i g B e nd Roa d in r e f ere nce t o a n on-viole nt a lt e r c a ti o n Cpl. Clark m e t w ith Ms. Aisha Warren, 30, w h o appare ntl y felt threa t e ned b y h e r li ve i n b oyfriend, Richard Darnell "Bo Peep" Longstreet, Jr., w h o s h e l eft in h e r car whil e s h e was in the stor e. Cpl. Clark t a lk e d t o M s. Warr e n a b o ut h e r call but could n o t act on the complaint b ecause s h e C had n o t bee n physica ll y fE threa ten ed at the tim e o f th e c z <( c (/) w ;:) 1W > w c w ::1: (/) intervi e w According to sourc es Ms. Warren went to Publix to pick up one of her children s birthday cake. Longstreet was furious because he felt she would see the father of her 4 children at the birth day celebration After speaking with the deputy, Ms. Warren had no choice but to go back to her car. She then drove away fr o m th e s t o r e w ith two of h e r th ree s o n s a n d da u g ht e r ages 2, 6 a n d 12, a n d Longstreet, 32, in th e vehi cle. On ins tin c t Cpl. Clark f o llowed the 1995 N issan Altim a as it t rave led dow n U S. 301. Shortly a fter l eav in g the store Warre n pull e d over t o the side o f the r oa d a ft e r Longstreet op e n e d th e car do o r whil e it w as m ov ing. Cpl. Clark put hi s lig ht s o n a nd pull e d ove r as well. H e as k e d Longstreet t o e xit th e vehicle. A t so m e p o int Longstreet went back t o the vehicle w h e r e Ms. Warren was seate d b ehind the s teerin g wh eel. Longstreet r e tri e v e d a n unid e ntifi e d calib er h a nd gun and attempte d t o ex it the vehicle The gun wa s und e r the p as s e nger s se at. A t th a t p o int ac cordin g to the r eport, "Ms. Warren b e c a me in v ol ve d in a strug. gle for her life a nd the lif e o f her 3 children in the c a r." Seeing the commotion Cpl. Clark went back to the car told the 2 boys to run from the car and then executed a "Drive Stun" on leg with his taser while the suspect's gun was pointed at Ms. Warren. Both Cpl. Clark ::i I:Q ;:) a.. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) I:Q w z New Photos Released on suspects In Gas Station Shooting i= z w (/) ;: a: 0 ..J LL. This is a surveillance photo of one of two suspects being sought in the shooting of a clerk during a robbery attempt. Tampa Police have released new surveillance photos of two men being sought for shooting a clerk at a gas station. On December 19th, a man entered the Marathon Gas Station, 2605 North soth Street, and asked the clerk to assist him with purchasing coffee. As the clerk helped the man, a second man entered the store crouching and moving the CD clerk. Tampa Police said the secCJ ond man pointed a handgun f at the clerk and demanded moriey. The cl erk refused, and the armed suspect fired one sot, striking the clerk in the shoulder He tried to fire a second shot, but the gun malfunctioned. Both men fled on foot. Surveillance cameras inside the store captured one of the suspects and show him wearing a green Ecko shirt with Rhino logo. The second suspect had his lower face covered with a blue and white bandana, and surveil lance photos show him flee ing after the clerk was shot. RICHARD DARNELL LONGSTREET, JR. a nd Ms. Warren c ontinu ed to str ug g l e t o ge t the gun a w ay f rom Longstreet. Longstreet reporte dl y kic k ed the t aser out o f Cpl. Clark's h a n d aft e r b eing stru c k with it and c ontinu e d try ing to get control o f the w eapon. F ea ring f o r the s a fe ty of eve ryone invol v ed Cpl. Clark fired one round from his service revol v er, striking Longstreet in the torso. Longstreet died at the scene Ms. Warren, who was struck on the head with the gun during the struggle, credited Cpl. Clark wit. h saving the lives of her and her children following the shooting. There were no other injuries. The Department of Child-Police Ask For Help In locating Man MARIO BROOKS Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of 20-year-old Mario Donelle Brooks. Brooks is wanted by Plant City Police and U.S. Marshals on charges of armed robbery, aggravated assault, aggravated assault with a firearm, l?Ossession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia Anyone with information regarding the of Brooks is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477 r e n a nd Fa mili e s r es p o nd e d t o the scen e a n d t oo k the c hil d r e n into c u s t ody. T h e famil y was la t er rele ased Prior Arrests Longstreet, w h o was b o rn o n Dece mb e r 29 1 9 76, h ad a his t ory of pri o r arrest s d ating back t o F ebrua r y 1996 when h e w as c h a rg e d with drivin g with a s u s pend e d li cense Othe r c h a rg es include d several d r u g c h a r ge s f elony fleeing to e lude, r es istin g arres t w ith out v i o l e n ce and a n auto th eft c h a r ge. Judge Rex M. Barbas sente n ce d Longstreet t o 36 m o nth s in the Florida St a t e Pri so n in June 2006. Domestic Violence Charge In April Acc o rdin g t o the Hills b o r o u g h County S h e r i ff's Offi ce arrest r eco rd s, M s Warren f i le d a do m es ti c v i o l e n ce co m pla int agains t him in April. On April 1 6, 200 9 Longstreet was arres t e d and c h a rged with fe l o n y agg r ava t e d b attery, agg r ava t e d stalking, r e t a li atio n aga inst a witn ess, and throw in g o r s h oo tin g int o a n occ u pi e d dwelling. Af t e r s p e nd ing 72 days in the Hill s b o r o u g h County J a il Longstreet post e d a $ 16,000 b o nd H e w as se n t e n ce d t o three yea r s p r o b a ti o n Teena_uer Sentenced To 21 Years For 2008 Rape PINELLAS COUNTY -Jose Walle, 15, was one of three men accused in a string of attacks through the Tampa Bay area in the summerof2oo8. Convicted of rape, Walle was sentenced last week to 27 years in prison Walle and two others are also facing charges in con nection with a robbery and rape in St. Petersburg. Investigators said the trio also attacked women in Gibsonton and Apollo Beach. Investigators said while Walle himself did not commit any of the tapes, he helped make the crimes hap pen In o ne case h e report edly pointed a g n at a duct-JOSE WALLE taped kitchen worker while one of the other suspects, Rigoberto Martinez, raped another employee on the kitchen floor. Walle, Martinez, and Vicente Ejias ReyesCarbajal, still face charges in Hillsborough County. WARREN DAWSON 221 1467 TIIDPa Plrll Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scott St. ir.e h rns cf a JJ1',1errs J!11mpor.an: d;: 1 s :Mt net bJs.:d wei; unon "even Befou; ','OU ctc::ce ;.S to send ICU ;REE wntte lOO"t qul ,fc3:rons JO(I

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Classifieds Notice of Public Hearing A pub l ic h e aring will be held b y the Z o ning Hear ing Master pursu ant t o H ills b o r o ugh Count y O rdin a n c e 92-05 be g i nning at 6 :00 p m January 19, 2010, at the Board Room 2nd Floor of the County Cent e r 60 1 E K ennedy Blvd Tampa t o hear the f ollo wing requ ests Copies of the appl i cations department reports and legal description s ar e a v ailable f o r public inspect io n in a mast e r file maintaine d by the Planning and Growth Management Department the Board o f Count y Comm i ssioners and the Clerk of the Board o f C ounty C o mmi s sio ner s All interested persons w i shing to submit testimony or oth e r evidence in th i s matter must submit same to the Hear ing Master a t the public hearing before him/her The recommendat ion of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed w ith the Clerk within fift ee n ( 15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 9205 unless additional evidence and/or oral argument i s permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE B Y THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT T H E FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THE Y MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMON Y AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concern ing these requests may be obtained by calling the Department o f Planning and G rowth Management at (813) 276-2006. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU 10-0148-BR (AB), filed on 11/19/2009 by Outback Steakhouse o f Florida LL C r e pr esen ted by D 2 Law Group PL. of 3 239 Henderson Blvd 2nd Floor Tampa FL 33609 ph 813-8763200 requesting an Alcohol ic Bev e rage P ermi t 4 -CO P-RX, Beer w ine & liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in c onne ctio n with a restaurant. The prop erty is 2,2 64 sq ft and is presently zoned PD (84-396) It is located in all or parts of Section 21 Township 29 R a nge 20 or 202 0 W Brandon Blvd Petition SU 10-0161-NWH (AB), filed on 1 1 /24/ 2009 by The Village Mar ket of West c hase I nc represent e d by R obert Wickner o f 20 Cherrywood Ct Palm Harbor FL 34685 ph 813-505 0050, requesting an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2 APS B ee r and wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed prem i ses (pac kage sales ) The property i s 1 0 6 0.4 sq ft and is pres e ntly zoned PD (92-1 06). It is located in all or parts of Section 15 Township 28 Range 17 or 1 011 0 M o ntague St. Petition SU 10-0163-LU (AB), filed on 11/24/2009 by Carlos Yepes represented by Richard J Matassa of 1252 9 Spring Hill Dr, Spring Hill FL 34609, ph 352-683-9566 requesting an Alcoholic Beverage P e rmit 3 -PS, B ee r w i ne and liquor t o be sold in sea led containers only for consumption off the l i censed premises (pac k age sales) The pr o perty is 1 3 6 00 sq ft and is pr e sently zoned PD ( 05-255) It is located in all or parts of Section 12 Township 27 Range 18 or 18501 N U S Hwy 41. Petition SU 10-0165-CW (CT} filed on 11/ 25/2009 by Collier Enterprises II LLC, repres e nted by Jim Porter, of401 E Jackson St., Ste 2700, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-222-6620 requesting a Special Use Permit for a Communication Tower The property is 13.46 ac and is presently zoned PD (75-0059) It is located in all or parts of Section 17 Township 28 Range 18 or 10707 Nixon Rd (Cannella Bementary School) REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ 09-0934-NWH, filed on 7/21/2009 by Janet McPherson, of 13020 State Street Tampa, FL 33635, ph 813-855-5871 requesting a zone change from AR to PD. The property is 8 16 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 19 & 30 Township 28 Range 17 or SEcor of State St. & Race Track Rd. Petition RZ 09-0941-WM, filed on 7/21/2009 by Fred LPippin, represented by Darrell Copeland of 111 Flamingo Dr Apollo Beach, Fl. 33572, ph 813 645-3098 requesting a zone change from ASC-1 to RSC-4 (MH) The property is 6 97 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 9 & 16 Township 32 Range 20 or NW cor of South Lake & Hillsborough St. Petition RZ 10-0069-BR, filed on 10/22/2009 by RRGG LLC, represented by Molloy & James, of 325 S. Blvd., Tampa FL 33606 ph 813-254-7157, requesting a zone change from AS-1 & RSC-2 to PD. The property is 11.72 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 4 Township 30 Range 20 orNE cor of Watson Rd. & Bloomingdale Ave Petition RZ 10-0083-PR, filed on 10/26/2009 by Dolores & Jesse Urra, of 12822 Lake Vista Dr., Gibsonton, FL 33534 ph 813-767-3421, requesting a zone change from CN & ASC-1 to C I. The property is 3 .11 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 29 Range 19 or SE cor of S. 7oth St. & Causeway Blvd Petition RZ 10-0115-CW, filed on 11/16/2009 by Alvaro Rodriguez, of 12819 Pac i fica Pl., Tampa, FL 33625, ph 813 389-8082, requesting a zone change from AS-1 to RSC-9 The property is 1 .71 ac and is located i n all or parts of Section 13 Township 28 Range 17 or W/S of Henderson Rd., 700' N/0 Mushinski R d Petition RZ 10-0143-TNC, fi!ed on 11/18/2009 by Vincent A. Marchetti of 100 N Tampa St. #2700 Tampa, FL 33B02 ; ph 813-229-2300, requesting a zone change from AI & M to Cl. The property is 15 .37 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 30 Township 28 Range 18 or SW cor of W Waters Ave & Benjamin Rd. Petition RZ 10-0145-EGL, filed on 12/3/2009 by Judith L James, of 325 S Boulevard Tampa FL 33606, ph 813 254 7157, requesting a zone change from M to CL The property is 4 69 : ac and is located in all or parts of Section 24 Township 28 Range 17 & Section 19 Township 28 Range 18 or SW cor of W Linebaugh Ave & Henderson Rd. MAJOR MODIFICATION REQUESTS Petition MM 10-0061-LU, filed on 10/21/2009 by Lutz 6 LLC, represented by Ty Maxey, of 4343 Anchor Plaza Pkwy #220 Tampa FL 33634 ph 813-889-8100, requesting a major modification to amend the existing uses to add lawnmower service/repair and the sales of landscape materials as well as permit BPO uses The property is 2 5 ac and is presently zoned PD-C (M) (80 41) It is located in all or parts of Section 10 Township 27 Range 18 or E/S of N Dale Mabry Hwy, 1/4 mi SW of Geraci Rd. (18711 N Dale Mabry Hwy) Petition MM 10-0067 BR, filed on 10/22/2009 by Southern Technical College represented by Molloy & James of 325 S Boulevard, Tampa FL 33606 eh 813-254-7157, request ing a major modification toadd the use of a business school as an allowable use. The property is 2 63 ac and is presently zoned PD (04-1328) It is located in all or parts of Section 02 Township 30 Range 20 or N/S of E BloomiRgdale Ave 900' E/0 Bryan Rd. Petition MM 10-0068 BR, filed on 10/22/2009 by Classic Southern Homes, LLC represented by Molloy & James of 325 S Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254 7157 requesting a major modification to add a private school and interim agricultural uses as a development opt ion. The property is 9 13 ac and is presently zoned PD (05-0968) It is located in all or parts of Section 24 Township 29 Range 20 or N/S of Valrico Lake Rd., 50' W/0 Mt. Carmel Rd. 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0") 0 0 N LEGAL NOTIC 0") N w CD :!i! w (.) w c >= < c en w :::::> .... c a: u.. c z <( c en w :::::> .... w > w IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-CA-18564 U.S. -BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2005-12AL T, Asset-Backed Certificates, eries 2005-12ALT, without recourse (Plaintiff) vs ISTVAN MARTON and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, 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 possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final judgmenUorder entered in the above noted case, that I wjll sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: THE SOUTH 135 FEET OF THE WEST 118 FEET OF THE EAST Y:z OF THE NORTHWEST Y. OF THE SOUTHEAST Y. OF SECTION 6, TOWNSHIP 29 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST LESS THE SOUTH 25 FEET THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. c w :I: en at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at ffi 2:00 P.M. on 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in the George E :::::> Edgecomb Courthouse, at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida, D. 33602, on January 11. 2010. The highest bidder shall _ immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent w (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check ::1 payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by ffi 12:00 P .M. the next business day I ..... w z i= z w en c( c 0:: 0 ...I u.. 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 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, WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, E:ALL 711. bated this 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 (Plaintiff) vs. NORMA FERNANDEZ and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown k> be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs devisee&, grantees, other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE '-1' OF NORMA FERNANDEZ; LEGACY AT TAMPA CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC.; INFOSUR TRADERS CORP. D/B/A INFOSUR TRAPES_IN _C., INSTAR SERVICES GROUP L.P.; TENANT !"/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given pursuant to the final judgment/order entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as : 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 EXHIBITS AND AMENDMENT THEREOF, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST OF THE COMMON ELEMENTS APPURTENANT THERETO at public sale, to the highest and best bidder 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, Florida 33602 on January 14. 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately 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 12:00P. 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 DATEOF 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 COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK'S ADA COORDINATOR, 601 E. 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. 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IN THE CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLOR I DA Case No.: 08CA-01 0204 DIVISION F BIOTERRA CORPORATION (Plaintiff) vs. ADVANTEGARD HOLDINGS, LLC AND ADVANTEGARD SOUTH, INC (Defendants) CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S. CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS GIVEN that in accordance with the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated 29 MA Y 2009 in the above styled cause, I will sell to the highest and bes t bidder for cash, at the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E EDGECOMB BUILDING ROOMS 201/202 800 E. TWIGGS STREET TAMPA FLORIDA at 2:00P.M. on January 20, 2010 the following described property: The part of the South Y, lying North of Dug Creek Saffold ' Road in Section 28 Townsh i p 32 South, Range 20 East ; Hillsborough County LESS the west 2490 06 feet thereof and LESS the following described parcel: Commence at the Northeast Corner o f the South Y, of Section 28, Township 32 South Range 20 East ; thence run West 50 .01 feet to the Westerly r i ght o f 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 ; thence run South 65 degrees 3 minutes and 24 seconds West along said r i ght of way a distance of 290 00 feet for a Point of Beginning ; thence continue South 65 degrees 3 m i nutes 24 seconds West a distance of 2000 feet ; thence run North 24 degrees 56 minutes 36 seconds West a distance of 871.2 feet; thence run North 65 degrees 3 minutes 24 East a distance of 2000 feet ; Thence run south 24 degrees 58 minutes 00 seconds East, a distance of 871. 2 feet to ttie 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. 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