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Celebrating 65 Yean I 11 The Tanzpa Bay -\rca --ritical, With use SEE STORY ON 23-A BLAKE YELLOW JACKETS GO ON DINNER CRUISE The members of the i1972i Blake High Yellow Jackets went on a dinner cruise during the holidays. In attendance were: sitting, Sarah Paul, Tonia Jackson, Maria Washington, Nancy Johnson and' Deltricia Wiggins. Standing, Linda Safford, Michael King, Alvin Lynch, Linda Hopkins, Joyce HopOkins, Reggie Bolton (Class President), Reginald Nickson, Bertha Scott, Larry Lawson and Rose Harris. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) Insurer Won't Par Kevin White's Bill SEE PAGE 2-A Library Presents Negro League Exhibit SEE PAGE 2-B Four lamed To Charter Review Bd. SEE PAGE 2-A USF Trustee Steps Down SEE PAGE 3-A


Features 0 N co >a: => z J 0 a: u. 4 Blacks Named To Charter Review Board FRANK REDDICK BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor When the Hillsborough County Charter Review Board meets next month, it will include four African Americans. The board is empanelled JOE ROBINSON two people to serve on the board JAMES TOKLEY ,, '\ Gerald White were named by Com missioner Mark Sharpe; and Com missioner Ken Hagan appointed Mitchell M. Thrower, III. Com missioner Hagan has one other ap pointment to fill. GERALD WHITE the support of two thirds of the board before it can be placed on the ballots as a referendum Th e 14 member board is also required to hold two pub lic hearings to review existing rules and to decide c items to be placed on the election hala: lots. Commissioner Rose Ferlita se lected Attorney Gina Grimes and Ms. Jan Platt; Commissioner Kevin White named Frank Reddick and Joe Robinson; Commissioner AI Higginbotham named Greg Presean and Hugh Gramling; Com missioner Jim Norman appointed Joe Amon and Attorney Ralph Fisher; JamesTokley, Sr., and Attorney Rochelle Reback were se lected by Commissioner Kevin Beckner; Ms. Beth Leytham and Per a mandate of the Hillsborough County Charter, residents are ap pointed every five years. The purpose of the board is to conduct a compre hensive study of any or all phases of county government and make recom mendations for changes. This year, the board will most likely discuss the County Mayor pro posal or a ne e d to incr ease th e size of the Hillsborough County Commission Board by two members in kee ping ; with population growth There is no selection process and the appointments are final unless the u. The selection process for the board is nearly complete with 11 of its 14 < member board named. Each Hillsborough County names c Amendments prop?sed must have appointees withdraw. C/) w => .... > a: w > w c w :I: C/) :; m => D. z i= w ..J ..J -=> m I ..J w z i= z w C/) < c a: 0 ..J u. Countv Insurer Denies Kevin White's I claim Fllr Reimbursement According to a report, Meadowbrook Insurance Group, who represents Hills borough County, has denied the claim of County Commis sioner Kevin White for re imbursement of legal fees In April 2009, a federal civil jury found that White sexu ally discriminated against former aide Alyssa Ogden by firing her for refusing his repeated sexual advances. The judge and jury in the case found the county jointly li able saying it lacked ade quate workplace harassment protection for commis sioner's employees However, a representative of the insurance company said their policy with Hills borough County doesn't cover acts of wrongdo ing. White's colleagues will seek to press him on his will ingness to pay some portion of the county's costs stem ming from its role in the trial. Announces -11:30. P.M. _:Hilton Tampa Airport Hotel 2225 N. Lois Avenue Tampa Dinner ........... Dancing ............. Celebration $35.00 Per Person Attire: Dressy Chic No Ticket Sales At Door Contact 813-224-0989; Frances Sykes 813-961-5760 Commissioner Rose Ferlita is on record as saying she will seek a resolution when the board meets in two weeks. The tri a l and preparation for it cost the county about $490,000. That included a $75,000 damage award for Ogden, a little more than $200,000 in reimbursement for her lawyer and almost $2oo,ooo in legal expenses. The county 's insur a nce policy covers s uch expe nses, but it ha s a $350,000 deductible TAKA I MOORE (T.K.) Please Call Grandma (813) 410-8262 Or Uncle Rodney (973) 391-5912 KEVIN WHITE and doesn't cover Ogden's $75,000 damage award. W\lite jle's pared to say how much, if any, of the county's cost he would be willing or a1lle to pay until he i s certain of his own The Middleton high Schoo ass of 1958 will hold it onthly meeting Friday, Janu ary 8, 2010. The s:30 p m. meeting will be held at th ampa Police District Thre Office, 3808 N. 22nd St. Pleas ring a covered dish For more information, cal (813) 420-1442. John Shipp, resident; Rose Jones, clas eporter


Features :n Man On Trial For 2001 Murder 01 Teenager c... )> z c On .January 11, 21Jl0, Dexter Bell, 21, ..... 111 be o n tri a l f o r th e 2007 murder o f 16-yea ro ld Torrie McDuffie. On Mar c h 22, 2007, Hill s borough County Sheriffs d ep utie s re s po nd ed t o a driv e by shooting a t th e corner o f Rid ein R oa d and Tid ewater Trail. Th e v i c tim, McDuffie, was tr a n sporte d t o th e h os pit a l in c riti ca l condition. The next d ay, h e di e d as a r es ult o f his injuri es Deputies l ea rn e d th a t earlier in th e day there h a d been an incident where McDuffie was with othe r individuals who re port e dly threw cinder blocks at a passing vehicle. McDuffie was still standing on th e same corner at 10 p m that evening when two vehi cles drove by. The suspects inside th e \'ehicle5 fired s t, eral shots a t th e c r o wd striking :\lcDuffie and a c ar. B o t h c hicle s quickly fled th e area Deputies were lat e r notified by a l ocal hospit a l abo ut a shooting vic tim th a t h a d ar rived with a g unshot wou nd t o th e hand. H e w a s id e ntifi ed as Dexter Bell, 18. After a n inv estiga tion d e putie s charged Bell initi ally with attempted murder. Th e charge was upgra d ed to second degree murder after McDuffie died McDuffie's mother, Belinda Brown, sa id although three years have passed since the death of her son, the pain of his los s ling ers. As a famUy, we prayed the person who killed my son would be in jail and l a ter standing in a courtroom. Sonia Garcia Leaves USF Board Of Trustees Aher1Years SONJA GARCIA BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor The U n ivers ity o f South Florida was established in 1956 Eight years iater (1964), Sonja Garcia officially bec a m e asso ciated with the university. That relationship last ed 45 years, in cluding th e last 7 that she served o n the un ivers i ty's Board of Trustees. It i s with humbled e m o tions that s h e retires from the board this month Her las t me eti ng is next week. Mrs. Garcia was appointed to the 13-member bo a rd in 2003 by then-Governor Jeb Bush after she retired from the universi ty as librarian Reflecting on those years, Mrs. Garcia's experience is that "U SF s impact of high quality learning opportunities and building community partnerships have transformed lives and provided professional and culturally enrichi n g experiences for the masses." Having spent many years at the university and having direct contact with the student population, Mrs. Garcia said her concern as a Board member was that every student "seize the op portunity to utilize the extensive resources of this powerful insti tution. Among th e acco mpli shments during her t enure, s h e point s to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of T eac hing the Carnegie University-Commu nity EQgagement Class ification USF was awarded in 2006. In k eep ing with its commit m ent to stre ngth e n and sustain communities, the Office of Community Engagement w as ope ned in 2009, under the di rection of long tim e community activis t Professor Susan Greenbaum," Mrs. GaJ:"cia explained It s charge is to coo r dinate the co llaborati o n betwee n the univers i ty and the l arger communi ty for th e mutually benefici a l exchange of knowledge and resources. Acknowledging the many challenges, advancements and successes of my Board m e mb er ship, Mrs. Garcia sa id th e Carnegie d esigna tion mo s t clearly d e fines the wmth of a n y contribution I h ave made a f;, un jve r sity." In retirement from the Board, Mrs. Garcia will continue her devotion to volunteer ing with St. Peter Claver C a tholic School, Sh ee h y Elementary School and Van Bure n Middle School. A graduate of FAMU and USF, Mrs. Garcia did addi tional studying in Libr ary Sci ence a t Chicago State U ni versity. Married to Rigoberto M. Garcia, the couple bas 2 sons and 2 daughters-in-law: Rigo, II and Maijorie, and Renaldo and Jodi. Th ey also have 6 grandchildren : Jordan, Rigo, III, Maya, Renaldo (RJ), Rico and Gianna. Fifth Third exec, Brian Lamb has been chosen t o re place Mrs. Garcia. TORRIE MCDUFFIE .... shot to death in a drive-by shooting-Ms. Brown m e t \-vith represent atives of the State Atto r n ey's Office to suggest Bell be sentenced t o a term of 25 years to life in prison. They read off a ll th e charges against him, and I can't see a DEXTER BEL ..... charged with second-degree murder in the shooting. reaso n wh y h e s h o uld b e a l low ed t o be a fre e man. "Torrie was not just my younges t c hild but m y only son. No one will understand what impact thi s entire thing has had on our family. I grieve ,11\d l> really it hard Ms. Brown said sh<' wants 1\.> 0 j u stice and s h e wa nt s prosecu -..... t o r s t o tak e th e ir tim e a nd do it 0 I feel if he s allowe d t o eve r ge t back o n th e stree t s, \ v h osc c hild will be next ? "My eyes fill with t ea r s every tim e I think about m y ):>aby, and thi s is not so m e thin g th a t will go away anytime soon, eve n after Bell h as be e n con v i cted and sent away. McDuffie was a 10th grade student at H o w a rd W Rlak e High Schoo l at th e tim e o f hi s d eath. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be r eached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com. 0 :D 0 -------------------------------------------------------------1)> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m c rr z -o c m r en X m 0 m rii ---4 c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 '"" :D 0


0 -0 N co > a: <( :::> z <( .., c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ;::) 1-w > w c w ::1: en :::::; al ;::) p.. z .... .... ;::) al .!i w z w en C g u.... I; Local 2nd Regional District Of The Florida Monicians Association, Inc. Holds Social, Tov Drive T h e 2n d R egiona l D i s t r i c t of the Flo rida M ortician s Associati o n Inc. h e l d it s a nnual C hri stmas soc i a l a nd .... ... .. toy drive o n Decem be r 8, 2009. On e of th e w a y s th a t the gr o up sh o w s a ppr ec i atio n to the v arious c ommunities th e y se n e i s t o d o n a t e t o a n o r ga ni za ti o n ea ch y ea r th a t suppo rt s f a mili e s \ \ith c hild r e n w ho a r e less for tunat e 1\merica Trusts 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3741 OPEN 24 HOURS Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 we Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans IHMO -PPO -POSJ & CIGNA come see our Nurse Practitioner ills Ck ring Water loaf .-.. Wonder Bread 2/$9.00 $1.99 Gaitan Dozen Milk Eggs $2.99 ... .i .., (.. Northern Balhroam TISSue IIIIIs $3.99 .18 QZ. xcelliundrv leteruent 99 Tot Pl. Paper Towels $5.00 Pictured (L-R): District Secretary, Nathan Woody, L F. D. Woody's Funeral Home, Clearwater; District Vice Chairlady, Ka Tina N. Davis, L. F. D., Chandler' s Funeral Chapel, Bradenton; Elaine Speights, Young Funeral Home, Clearwater; Ferrell Speights, L. F. D., Young Funeral Home, Clearwater; Isay M. Gulley, President/CEO of the Clearwater Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc.: Raymond Anderson, L. F. D., EverettDerr and Anderson Funeral Home, Tampa; District Chairman, Jeffrey L. F. D., Ray Williams Funeral Home, Tnmpn; Helen Williams, Creal Funeral Home, St. Petersburg; nnd Esther Badger, L. F. D, Wilson Funeral Home, Tampn. than others. Their hope is to be able to bring a smile to a child s face during the season of giving. The organization that received the donation last year is located in Hillsborough County. This year, the group traveled to Pinellas County, and the contributions were made to the Clearwater Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc., on Decemb e r 16,2009. Candidate Forum Planned For Special Election JACKIE BEIRO President, Hillsborough County Democratic Disability Caucus BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Three County-based organi zations will sponsor a "Meet and Greet the Demo'cratt c Candidat,?." ing Special -Election' Jqr District 58. The event will take place on Saturday, January .16th, from 3 p. m. until 5 p.m., at the West Tampa Public Library, 2312 W. Union Street. The Democratic candidates competing to finish the term of Rep; Michael Scionti are; Janet Patricia Kemp, and Gilberto {Gil) Sanchez. All of the Democratic candi'dates have been invited to attend .. The event will offer those residents residing in District 58 an opportunity to meet with and talk to the candi.:. dates. The State Representative District 58 Seat encom passes parts of Hillsborough County that include historic West Tampa, Northeast MacFarlane, Riverside Heights, seminole Heights, Wellswood ; ana unincorporated Town. & Country. It includes 49 Precincts and currently has 65,792 regis tered voters. The candidates will answer questions from panelists as well as from members of the audience. The Special Primary Election will be held on Tuesday, January 26th ; In to the question and answer session, the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections will provide a Voting Machine Demonstration and Information Session : The "Meet and Greet the Democr.atic Candidates" event uj jointiy sponsored by orough County Demo( Datic Disabiiity Caucus, the H-illsborough County Democrajjc Black Caucus,. Countr Democratic Hispanic Caucus Jackie P.resident of the Hillsborough County Disability Caucus stated. "We don't usually get .this kind of opportunity to talk to the candidate& like we are on the 16th, and have a real representative, Rep. Betty Reed at the forum," Ms. Beiro 'said. Anyone wishing to obtain additional information about the forum can Ms. Beiro at (813) 412:.6256 or by email at jdbeiro@gmail&2Dl.


Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN s::os 2c2-1 2207 21s: ll.n:r.L.e orca 33'505 81:0 2 .! 8-1':'::1 P uoilshed E ve r / Tc.:esca/' arc "r aay 6 1 FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co M emoe r la:,on a ? u::lsrv::s ar. d A"1d l garr.a : eo 0-.Joilsre: s r c Y:;rk o 1990 3 .! C :> T mcPOSTMASTER : Sen Aaa ress Cnange T o Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Pen o d1ca l P ;:st agc Pa d At Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 ( 1919) C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 ( 1945) Founders C BLYTHE A N DREWS 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 Subscr iptio ns -$44 00-6 Months Both Ed1tions : $87 00-Per Year Both Edit io ns Opm100s exp r essed on echtoria l p ages ol lhts oowspape r by Colum nists o r Gu es t Writers. do nol necessarily rellecllhe edilorial slance ol The Flori da Sentinel Bulletin o r lh e Publisher On The list: Nigeria N o doubt, you are aware, that since the botched terrorist plot to blow up an American bound jetliner by a Nigerian nationalist, the State Department now lists Nigeria as a "Terror Prone" nation. Unsurprisingly, the Nigerian government bitterly protests. But, to coin a phrase from Black poet Countee Cullen, ''What is Mrica to me?," many of us are probably asking "What is Nigeria to me?" One possible answer is "EVERITHING!" By being added to a State Department list, which includes as Cuba, Sudan, North Korea, Algeria, and Somalia Nigeria must now accept that its native sons and daughters, when interacting with Transportation Security Administration systems, will "endure more stringent screening." Even though the Nigerian suspect's father was the one who turned him in, still the entire nation of Nigeria seems destined to suffer from the criminal terror of one misguided baby-faced would-be terrorist. History steps in and reminds whomever is willing to listen of the debt America owes to the nation now known as Nigeria. According to historian Helen Chapin Metz, editor of Nigeria: A Country Study, "over the period of the whole slave trade, more than 30 percent of all slaves sent to America came from Nigeria. That amounts to more than 3 million men, women and children. Though 400 years separates many of the readers of this editorial from their Yoruba, Hausa, or lgbo Nigerian kin, when one looks at the picture of the young Nigerian perpetrator, one sees he could most certainly have been the boy next door. Presidential Securitv: gaand coopting W e know many of our readers are upset over the i}".ecent three breaches in security which took place during public events hosted by President and Mrs. Obama. Would it surprise you to know that 91 such incidents have taken place since 1983. A historical list of breaches of the White House perimeter revealed that intruders came into direct contact with our presidents at least eight times since 1980, including the recent incident with Tareq and Michaele Salahi. If two other admissions by couples who claimed to have visited the White House and attended events where President Barack Obama was present, that direct contact figure would now increase from eight to 10 and the final figure to 93 Such incidents are examples of how human error is a factor in keeping our presidents safe. However, that -three such incidents could happen before President Obama completes a full year in office is alarming. In other instances, past Presidents George W. Bush, Bill T h ere. i;; n o b ot h in tht l'nited Stall's ] w dotsn't kno w that President Barack Obama inlll'rit c d a m ess ,, h en he \\as elected. Tlwy kne w that jobs wert' al ready 0\'Crseas, that econ -0 111\ w..1s :head6d htorge \\' Bush em dn c.. Jill\,. to end tlw wars. t'l't 'atc _itlh:;, tll' t n i mpnl \ 't' tllll' trnn -C t llll\'. : \ mtricul:; art' ing forgl't Bush. Pnsidlnt -< Obama. \ 'tl\1 gt't it dtlllt' YtHJ 00 art' tIll' l'rl'sidt nt t nda \ and 1\) 0 \\'t' luok Ill \'nil for change. -" 0 I am ; t tk\'out Bunuk Ohnma man lint. t'\ l'n I dun t luok to Bush for c hangt. I lollk to mv man. P1esident Ohuma for c hangt' What I want m y Pnsitknt to d o in :2010 and l wyond is to for get Gt>orgc Bush. Don't assig n blam e for our c urr ent m ess. Accep t r espo n sibility Mr. President, and l ead o ur nati o n back t o pros peril)'. The job r es t s on your s hould e rs. Placing th e blame ba c k to Bush does not mak e th e situation any b e tter and it do es not mak e Americans feel b e tter I b elieve most Americans will support you more if you accept th e re sponsibility and mov e ahead t o mak e thing s bett er. ., r-0 lJ 6 find a broker somewhere, )> somehow who is willing to CJ) s ponsor death, on a wide m sca l e? Moreover, who are thes e s ponsors who seem a l -Z ways to hav e money to fund wars? OJ Yes, Hitler brought about ? th e deaths of mor e than 40 rmillion p e ople. His armies g) laid waste to countless z tries, throughout Europe, "tJ Asia and Africa 5j But consider this ques-rtion: WHO BANKROLLED HIM? Who loaned the m money to Nazi Germany? C Was it the same outfit who gave credit to Imperial Japan. m the banks who also decided to stand behind newly rebuilt -t People's Republic of China, ffi and Soviet Russia? Who is CJ) Cuba's banker? But even g more recently, who holds the bank note for .al Qaida? Would we be o utraged if C we found out that all of these :IJ_ creditors, through tqe years, 0 have been and continue to be the same people? "' So, here 's my answer. ern Humanity will continue to have wars because WARS MAKE MONEY ... LOTS OF to wage war w'i. : :: .. TRILLIONS cf These are 1 6tistnahsts DOLLARS OF MONEY! In who after the war, would sacdeed, the Mafia wishes it rifice farmers' export markets could dream one-fiveto place their goods in every hundredth as much money as country." I put the paper war makes! Remember this: down, and thought about Every bullet fired is at least Aiken's observations two dollars spent! Who pays? I asked, "Why is it that the And who receives the paywqrld always in a beement? Wakeoup, world! We hive of military conflict? How are all being BAMBOOZLED! is It that the poorest nation On second thought, go back may somehow always seem to to sleep! Clinton, and George H.W. Bush all were approached by the same intruder. No doubt heads will roll in the Secret Service, however immediate steps need to be taken to insure that future lapses in security for our nation's presidents not take place. Many citizens appear to have a harder time getting in to see a store manager or company executive than in getting to see the President of the United States.


0 r-0 N co >a: <( :::> z <( -, 0 lL Fa e Six LABOR & EMPLOYl\1ENT LA\VYER E\IP LO't \IE-.,T DISCRI\11'\.-\TIO.'\ \\ ORhF:R CO, \ I PE:\S: \ T I O \ Cl\ IL SER\ ICE' l '\10'\ GRIE\'A:\CE B.\ '\1-(Rl 'PTC \ -Ch:tpl r -!S:'iOO Plu' ('"'''' LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, PA. C riminal Def e nse. Family Law & Persona l Injur y Cypress Point Office Park 10014 \.Dale 1\labry Hwy, S uitl' 101 Tampa Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former H ills borough Count y Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief The hinng o f" bwyer i s ar. tmrort.ml oc-.:iston lllilt s hould nnt h.: h.1s c d Befon: s e nt a ti\ e f o r [li;;tri,t 58 St>al. Th e e;mdidate '' h o ''iII comple t e t ht> t e rm of State Rep. l\ticbael Scionti ''ill be c h ose n during a Special Primary Ele ction to be held on Tuesday .January 26th For th e past 30 year s Ms. Cruz has sen e d as a com' and acti' ist in West Tampa. She has worked tirelessly to improve the Ji, ing conditions of the area and to bring employment into the area. The State RepresentatiYe District 58 Seat encompasses JANET CRUZ par1s of Hillsborough County that include histori c Lincoln Gardens, CarYer City, W es t Tampa, Northeast Ma c F arlane, Ri, e r s id e Heights, Seminole H e ights Wellswood, Nm1h Tampa, and unincorporated Town & Country The precinl'l:; thnt : \fric :111 :\nwric :1n :u, : tht-Lor,tta lngr:1ha111 Ctnlt'r. (Pet. .1. L. Y o un g (Pet. Ragan Park. (Pet. 3 1 7 ): Semino!P HPighb llnitt>d l'vlt>th od ist Church, (Pet. 3 1 9 and Pet. :336) : the North Tampa Reer ention Center. (Pet. 337) : and Copeland Park (P et. 3 4 7 ) Currently ther't' nrP 65, 79::! regi s t e r e d \'ot e r s in Dis trict 58. The \ OtPrs con sist of: 35,408 D e mo crats; 14,404 Rt>publie;ms: 13,42::! voters who are not affiliated with any par1y ; nnd 2 558 voters who are affiliated with other minor politi ca l pat1ies. HOD Gives Countv Program Favorable Audit Th e Hillsborou g h County Affordab l e H o u sing Depari m ent r ece ntl y r ece i ved the final r es ult s of a n a udit s ur \"ey that th e U. S. D epartme nt o f H o u sing a nd U rban De\'elopment (HUD) Inspector General's Off ice has b ee n 'vvorking on since this summer. The audit determined that the Department does have the capacity to administer the federal funds that it is receiv ing for its Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) and HOME Investment Partnership Programs. These funds are being used to buy and rehabilitate foreclosed properties and to fund affordable housing programs iq the County Hillsborough County was selected for this audit MS. VALMARIE TURNER be ca use it had r eceive d more than $19. 1million for its NSP program, which is more than double its annual fed e ral allocation of funds through the HOME program As part of the review, three defi c ien c i es were found for the County to correct. The first deficiency found that, in 2007, four projects were improperly entered into HUD's reporting computer system before th e deadline As a result, HUD will r ec apture $61 256 in H O ME fund s whi c h it h ad g in'n th e C o unty. Th e :cwdit did finci, h o w e e r th a t th e Coun t l had m ad e i 111 p r ove m e n t s i 11 i I s procedures s inc e th e n a nd found n o e r ro r s in I n t e r e ntri es th a t it sampl d f ro m 2008 through 2009. "This i s a major mil es ton e for the Affo rd ab l e Hou sing Department a nd for th e County," said Mike Merrill, Hillsborough Cour1ty's Uti I iti es and Commerce Administrator and Affordable Housing Officer "I a m very proud of the entire team tha t has worked so h a rd unde r Affordable Hou s ing Dir ector Valmarie Turner's lea d e r ship to transform thi s pro gram and provid e high quali t y ser vice to the community." Recognition Planned For Outstanding Students BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of a local support organization will host a special recognition celebration for outstanding students. The e vent will be held on Saturday .January 9th 6 p m. to 10 p : m., at The Latham in Ybor City The theme for the event is "Our Kids Are The Reason." The program will consist of the presentation of awards for those students who hav e maintained a 3.0 GPA and good conduc t throughout the semester. The celebration is sponsored b y PLAN, an acronym for Parent Leadership Ad v ocac y Network. A component of The Tampa Bay Academy of Hope, Inc., it is dedicated to support studentachievement and to re enforce leadership deve lopment. The students are being recognized for their academic excellence, exemplary behavior, attendance, self esteem an d leadership quali -CHRISTINA BARRINGTON ties exhibited during the first semester of the school year. Ms. Christina Barrington, President of PLAN said, During the program, famil y members and others will ha ve a chance to participate in the program. We want to show them our appreciation for all of the hard work they do A total of 105 students who are enrolled in the Academy of Hope, Inc., Program and their families will take part in the ce lebra tion. As advocates for our c hildren we want to make the public aware of the accomplishments these JAMES IVVANS youngsters have made during the first half of.the.school year. The students have prove n they have leadership qualities in their schools, their homes, and in their communities," James Evans, founder and Executive Director of Tampa Bay Academy of Hope Inc. Evans further stated that the goal of the organization is to focus on strategies that will help students excel in different areas in order to help cultivate productive adults. The e vent Committee Chairpersons for the event are Vice President Nakia Riley and Gary Riley.


Local 0 Belmont Heights Estates Resident Leader Optimistic About 2010 BOBBI GRIFFIN BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Wh e n th e Ponc e D e Leon and Colleg e Hill public hous ing units were razed and Belmont Heights E.states was completed, residents in the area were o ve rjoyed. They all f e lt the n ew housing develop m en t wou l d bring an end to th e problems t he area had endured for so many yea rs. With any new develop-ments comes 11e'' proble111::'. Billi Griffin. Resident Associati o n President f o r Belm o nt H eig ht s E s t a t es. said th ey co ntinu e t o ba ttl e th e stig m a that th e a r ea is n o t safe and hasn't c han ged mu c h from its past. 'For th e first f e w \ ea r s afte r I mo, ed here, it l oo ked like n o t mu c h h ad cha n ged. But tha nk s t o Major Gerald Honeywell a nd his staff, w e feel better abou t our future a nd the seniors are hing more at ease. Ms. Griffin said th ey w ill be inst a lling a new board of directors next week to kic koff their 2010 e fforts to continue to k ee p the communit y safe for everyone and an inviting pla ce for f a mili es. "W hen I first s tarted, I gave most of m y attention to Youth Speaker, Author launches ScholarshiP Fund TALLAHASSEE ---In 2 0 0 5 Laymon Hicks launched a community servic e initiative to tutor 150 students during his senior year of high school in Tampa. During his interactions with the students, he realized how little encouragement youth in his community were receiving, and made an earnest commitment to being a source of inspiration for youth facing many of the challenges he once fought to o vercome. In an effort to fulfill that commitment, Hicks has become a celebrated speaker, coach and author who moti vates and helps youth take a more active role in their personal achievement. No w has taken his commitment a step further b y l aunching the La ymon A Hicks Scholarship Fund, w hich w ill seni O I S \ o \\ I m ht're for a ncll phn t o be m o r P inclusi \ e o f all r esi d e nt s \\ant t o put our:>eh es i n n positi o n t o be abl e t o h e lp pe o ple h o hil\ e bePn a\\ from o t h P r pla ces nls Tnmp II u:->ing c C'E<... Jerome )> Thl' \ P 111 HiC' th e m -se h s a \ n ilnbl t o u s t h e lp .oo As :2010 begins. 1\ls. Griffin, said th e ir primal) f oc u s is t o rais e fund s t o h e lp th ose who need it th e m os t. "I' m ''o rkin g closely "ith Cynthia Few nnd Evangeline Best a n d I'm h appy to I H\\ e th ir s u ppor1. in any" Y <' 11. l\1s. Griffin sni d s h e's ...... n !so b e n efi It d fr o m t h s up -0 "\\'e r ealize these are t o ugh times for e e1y-o n e \ e "The M m o r s officp has pledged th e ir support a nd port o f LJ. F nthmpol P r o fes o r Dr. usan Grecnbaun1. PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE r-tillsbordugh County Canvassing Board ii The Hillsborough County Canvassing Board wi)l meet on the following dates to conduct logic and accuracy testing on the voting and tabulation system, canvass and process absentee ballots canvass and process provisional ballots canvass election returns certify election results and receive quer i es from the public for the January 26, 2010 Special Primary Election for State Representative District 58. The meetings will take place at the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Center located at 2514 North Falkenburg Road, Tampa, Florida The meetings are open to the public. January 13 2010 at 1 : 00 p m The Canvassing Board will meet to conduct a logic and accuracy test on the automatic voting and tabulation system that will be used to record and tabulate votes for early voting, election day voting and absentee voting. The Board may also discuss other matters relating to the January 26, 2010 Special Primary Election January 21, 2010 at 4:00p. m The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass ab sentee ballots and receive queries from the public about the absentee ballots for the January 26, 2010 Special Primary Election. All absentee ballots received for this election prior to and on January 21, 2010, will be canvassed at 4 : 00 p.m. Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 4:00 p .m. The ballots will be processed immediately after the canvass of the ballots ; however, they will not be counted until 7:00p.m. on January 26, 2010 January 22, 2010 at 9:00a.m. The Canvassing Board will meet to process ab sentee ballots received for this election prior to and on January 21, 2010. Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 9:00a. m These ballots will be processed on January 22, 2010; how ever, they will not be counted until 7:00 p.m on January 26, 2010. January 25, 2010 at 11:30 a.m : ;: The Canvassing Board will mee to canvass and process the absentee ballots received for this election prior to and on January 25, 2010. Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 11 :30 a.m. These ballots will be opened and processed; how ever, they will not be counted until7:00 p.m. on January 26, 2010 January 26, 2010 at 7:00 p .m. -The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass all re maining absentee ballots received subsequent to the last Canvassing Board meet ing Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 7:00p.m. The Canvassing Board will then begin the tabula tion for all ballots for the January 26, 2010 Special Primary Election. January 28, 2010 at 4:00p.m.-The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass and process the provisional ballots cast for this election. Any member of the public who wishes to examine these ballots should be present no later than 4:00 p.m. Pro cessing of these ballots will begin immediately after they are canvassed. At the completion of the provisional ballot canvass (:lnd processing, the Canvassing Board will meet to certify the unofficial results of the January 26, 2010 Special Pri mary Election. The Canvassing Board may need to reconvene at times or dates other than those specified above. If so, the date and time will be posted at the main office of the Su pervisor of Elections located on the 16th floor of the County Center at 601 E. Ken nedy Blvd. in Tampa, the Elections Service Center, in the lobby of the Hillsborough County Courthouse and on the "'at www.votehillsborough org. If any elector or candidate present at the above meetings believes that any absen-; tee ballot is illegal due to any defect on the Voter's Certificate, he or she may, at any time before the ballot is removdd from the envelope, file with the Can vassing Board a protest against the canvass of such ballot, specifying the precinct, the ballot, and the reason he or she believes such ballot to be illegal. No challenge basP.d upon any defect in the Voter's Certificate shall be accepted after the ballot has been removed from the mailing envelope. NOTE: Persons are advised that if they wish to appeal any decision made by the Canvassing Board during the canvass of absentee ballots, provisional ballots, or the logic and accuracy tests, they will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceeqings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based, per Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes. Earl Lennard Supervisor of Elections Hillsborough County, Florida r-0 0 > en ::d z m r;al c: z "'0 c: aJ c en ::I: m 0 i m 0 0 "T1 ;;!! 0


0 ..... 0 N Local co > a: ::> z -, Ministrv Returns With Renewed Purpose > Th e s t a t e o f th e Ins 0 had an impa c t on more th an a: LL. jus t businesses, h o me01, ner s and j o b see kers. :\ local min istry found itself having t o clo se its doors after 12 years of se rving th e community. Now a yea r later, Vision B e f o r e Victory Ministri es i s r eturning, a nd acco r ding t o Pastor Steve Jackson, th ey are returning with the sam e vis ion a nd purpose as before Pastor Jackson and his wife, Elizabeth, sa id th ey a r e r etu rning with more foc us th a n before and simply picking up where they left off. We want to continue to pro vide opportunities through vo cational training, and we'd like to enhance our food pantry to reach out to even more people. We also want to (ocus more on HIV I AIDS testing and educa-tion 0 a: LL PASTOR STEVE JACKSON 'I've b ee n doing this for 12 years a nd although we s t ep p e d away for a year afte r walking a lot of storms, we r e c oming back stronger than ever," Bdure \ 'idtln :.t in istrits 1, ill be opera tin g out o f Ne1, Beginnings FeiiOI, !'hip Church. 3405 \\'es t K e m o n Ave nu e, Paul Holis, pas t or. Th e Jacksons hav e b ee n at t e ndin g that church for th e pa s t year. Pastor Jackson said during th eir year off, h e's done so me preaching a n d hi s m essage is, altho u gh they've suffere d a humbling experie n ce. It m a d e them appr ec i a t e m o r e th e anointing of God and how to properly r eceive His bl ess ings.' "We 'II start out th e sam e as we did b efo re,. with nothing. But we trus t th e sam e God who was with u s then, i s s till with us now I'm r ea ll y excit ed. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e -mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. 0 z 0 (/) w :::> 1-Goodwill Program Pairs At-Risk Teens With Caring Mentors > a: w > w 0 w J: C/) :i m :::> c. z tu _,J _,J :::> m I _,J w z z w C/) < 0 a: 0 _,J Lt.. < I Goodwill Industries-Su ncoas t i s l a un c hin g a n ew pro g r am d es igned to assis t yout h in ove r co ming disadvantages a nd avo idin g delinquency The effo rt i s part of a national m e n taring progra m known as Goodwill GoodGuidesT" that h e lp s t ee n s finish sc h oo l a nd transition into prod u ct i ve ca reers with the guidance of trusted adults The program, which kicks off during Na ti onal Youth Mentaring M smth, targ e t s young p eop le b etwee n the ages of 12 and 1 7 who face risk fac t ors such as school failure family violence, homele ss ness or other c h alle nge s. Youth will be paired with a ca ring m entor who will lend a s up po rtive ear a nd l ead them t o resources that will h e l p th e m build ca reer plans a nd se t educa t i o n a l goa l s. The l oca l GoodGuides pro g ram serves t eens in Hill s bor o u g h a nd Pin ellas cou nti es. Mentor Information Sessions Goodwill is seekin g vo lun teers to serve as G oodG uid es mentors and will hol d infor mation sessions for pro s pec tiv e mentors. The firs t sessio n will b e h e ld on Tu esday, J anuary 19th a t 5:30 p m., at the Goodwill Bus iness Center 10596 G a nd y When: January 10, 2010 5:00 P.M. Where: 1 006 S. 50th Street New St. Matthew M. B. Church Rev. Alec F. Hall, Pastor Performances By: New St Matthew Praise Team Jasmine le'Shea Hillsborough Community Mass Choir Middleton Family & Friends Alumni Choir Copeland Family Singers Dedicated Ones Gospel Warriors Rev & The True Disciples "A Unified C hurch Withstanding The Test Of Time Sp onsored By: Sis. Eloise Sweet (813) 620-1340 & Sis. Angela lewis (813) 988-1632 Blvd. Uus t eas t of D e rb y Lane D og T r ack) in St. P ete r sburg. On T u esday, Tu es d ay, J a nu ary 26t h a t 6 p.m. a t a n informa tion s ess i o n will be h e ld in Tampa at th e Goodwill Outpatient Sub stance Abus e Trea t ment Cent e r 68oo N D a l e Mab r y Hwy. Suite 1 30. Refr eshments will be se r ved. Please RSV P i f yo u p l a n t o a t t e nd b y ca lling (727) 423-1379 or e -mailin g goodguides@ goo dwillsuncoast.com. For additiona l information call th e G oo dGuide s Pro g r a m Manager at (727) 423-1379 o r b y e m ail a t goodgu ides @goodwill-sun coast.co m 3838 N 29th Sl. T a mpa FL 33610 (813) 2 .48-6000 REV EVAN BURROWS Sf'MIOR PASTOR. V i sit our website at 't'NrN fbcch org or Email us at info @fbcch org Tow Truck Owner Denied Appeal In Glen Rich Shooting DONALD MONTANEZ The t ow truck co mpan y owner who f a t ally s hot a man driving a se i zed car was h a nd ed hi s second d e f ea t W ed n es d ay. An appea l s court rul e d th a t th e judge in th e I ria l of Donald Montanez correct l y d enied a m otio n to d i smiss a secondd e g r ee murd e r c h a r ge. Lawyer s for Montanez h ad a r g u e d h e qualif i ed f o r immunit y and d i smissa l o f a murde r c harg e be ca u se of F lorida's "Stand Your Ground" l aw th a t allows p eop l e t o m ee t f o r ce w ith forc e wh e n th ey f ee l thre at e n ed. also that Montanez .r. an l m was in d : 1ngl'r when Rich dro, e hi:; ar in the l'mployl: ':; dineti n The 2006 s h ooting followed a disp ut about th e ehi l c b ing owed from th e nrea of n Hill s borough Av nu aft r h urs club. Pro s c ut r s pr s nt 'd vidence that s u gges t d Montanez fir e d h is h a nd g un int o th e p ass n ger window of Rich's passing vehicl m a n ing h e was in no dang r of being hit b y the car wh n h e use d deadly force. At that tim e, Circuit Judge Roger Foster, Jr. agre d with th e prosecution rulin g there i s a zo n e of un c rtainty where it i s uncl ea r in di r ect i o n a car will tr ave l h11t Montanez was outside th a t zone. Th e court also th o u ght Mon t a nez' s t es t im o n y th a t h e did n o t kn ow w h e r e h is e mp l oyee was a t th e lim e o f th e s h oo tin g was p r ob l e mati c if h e was s h oo tin g in th e e m p l oyee's de fen se. Montanez ca n s till appea l th e verdi ct if h e i s co n v ict e d ST. JAM .ES A M. E. CHURCH 49th CHURCH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION 5202 5. 86TH ST. PROGRESS VILLAGE l j SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 201011 Theme: "ROOTED IN THE PAST ... GROWING INTO THE FUTURE" "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, elans to give you hope and a future." Jeremiah 29:11 SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 2010 7 :30A.M. REV SAMUEL MAXWELL SUNDAY SUNDAY JANUARY 10 2010 JANUARY 10 2010 11:00AM 4 :00PM REV JAMES D 1 S T BAPTIST OF MT OLNE A. M E CHURCH SYKES SR P ROGRESS VILLAGE BEALSVlLLE. FL TAMPA, Fl. MT. Z IO N A. M E CHURCH MULBERRY. FL CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AT: WWW.TWITTER.COMIFLSENTINELB FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ADVERTISING, BIRTHDAY ADS, MEMORIAMS OR ANY OTHER NOTICES CALL 813-248-1921


Local Restaurant Celebrates 23 Years 01 Feeding Needv Children I n Novembe r D o n a t ello's R l's taurant and th e Tiozzo famil y ce l eb r a t e th e ir 2 5 th Anniver sary in bu siness a n d th e ir 2 3rcl Thanksg iving t oge th e r with a t -ris k a nd f os t e r c hildr e n a nd th e ir families. The r estaurant was clo se d t o the public in orde r to serv e a traditional Thanksgiving Din n e r to th es e children and to pre s ent th e m with holiday gifts More than 8oo children were served at th e re staurant by the Tioz.zo family Childr e n rilnged from infants to 18 year-olds and come from throughout the community: Sulphur Springs Neighborhood Center, Hispanic Services Council, Florida Kinship Cen ter, Hillsborough Kids, Boys and Girls Club, Haven Poe Runaway Center, Department of Children's Services and other youth related agencies In addition to a meal prepared according to the tradition, all the children received holiday gifts especially selected for them, considering their age and sex. Donatello's own Kitty Daniels and Majid sang and played holiday music and all staff, from chefs to waiters, will Mar y, T J., Silas Javon Ali c ia, Hest e r Steave, and Daniel enjoyed the Thanksgiving Din n c r a t Dona t ello's Restaurant. voluntee r th eir tim e t o m a k e thi s h o lid ay ex p e ri e n ce eve n m o r e e nj oya bl e f o r f a mili es in n eed. Th anksgiv in g D ay is a tim e t o g i ve to those w h o a re l ess f ortuna t e than us but -ev e ry d ay is a good d ay t o giv e," Guido Tiozzo, own e r of Do natello said Also attending the event were former Buccaneers who come every year to meet the children, sign autographs and take pictures. (Photographs by BRUNSON). With Bro. Grady & The Apostles -;J From WTAN 1340!\M Dial-Cl ea rwater 1:1 J. Come Fellowship W ith Us Yii1 J Saturday, January 9 2010 6 P.M. rue Hope Pentecostal Church-1611 East MLK Tampa, FL Pastor Michael E Toby Climax O f Contact Bro. ram Jan. 30. 2010 (Call Forlime&Location} 13-7 35-6800 Or Lilbn Evans 727-919-7200 mmittee Ms. Debbie Gilchrist is shown with her twins, Johnny and Johnika Wilson at Donatello's Restaurant. The Women's Ministry of Allen Temple AM. E. Chur c li is spon s o ri n g a Women's Forum Complete With Afternoon Tea Saturday, January 9, 2010 10 a. m. 2101 N. Lowe Street (corner of Palm Ave. & Nuccio Parkway) REV. MICHAEL K. BOUIE, Pastor Featured Speakers Include : Dr. Karen Beard, "Honoring God with Your Body" W ell ness Lifestyle Educator Ana Princ1pal Owner of 1\c tlv c Lifestyle Solutions, a company dedicated to supportmg women find balance in canng for themselves while canng for Ms. Katie McGill: Execut i ve Director of Dress For Success, T amp a Bay The mission of Dress for Success I s to promote the economic Ind e p ende nc e of disadvantaged women to help them thri v e l n work and I n lite. To assist the local organization, we are requesting that the ladies donate suits and dresses, sizes 14 & up (dr-y cleaned and on hang ers), also accepting monetary donations to Dre s s For Success. 26th PASTORAL ANNIVERSARY Theme: "Proclaiming the Gospel of Liberation in This Nuclear World." Luke 4:18-19 Rev. Herbert D. McFadden New Birth M B Churc h Tampa. Sunday, January 10, 2010 3 P.M. Rev. Jimmy L. Downing New Jerusalem M B Church Lakeland FIQ(ida Sunday, January 17, 2010 3 P.M. Chairperson: Sis. Marniacia Young General Chairperson: Deacon Author Tolbert Co-Chairpersons: Bro. Charlie Tolliver Sis. Barbara Wimbley For Information, Contact Committee PR Chair: Debra Hepburn Taylor (813) 253-5714 C> m 1.0 I )>


0 ...... 0 N Loca co >ex:: <: :::> z <: -, Local Vendors Encouraged To Participate In Drum Maior For Justice Parade All 1e nd o r s int e restt>d in 0 p ar1ic ip a tin g in th e ff:: A111rual Nati o na l Dr. l\lar1in Luther King .Jr. Drum Major for Justice Parade in St. Pet ersburg are required t o a ttend a 1endor meeting a t Bart l ett Park -F ra nk Pierce Cente r 7 th S t ree t South St. P e t e r sburg, 3370 5 (7 2 7 ) 893 -77 31. V e nd o r placement will be pro, ided at vendor me e t-ings Th e fir t \\as h eld o n Thurs., .Jan. ,t 1 a t 6 p 111. O th e r meetings are Sat. .Jan gth and 1 6 th at 1 0 a 111. You m ust be a r egistered Yendor t o sell a long th e parad e ro ut e For more inform a tion visit \nyw .s p m lkpa rade.co m or call the V endor Coordinator at (813) 207 -0003. Physicians Group To Host Free Communitv Event Preferred Physicians Group will be hosting a free community e vent on Sat ., Jan. gth from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at their offices, 8322 N. Habana A v e The e vent will ha ve food, a bounce house for the kids, u.. free massages many other 0 vendors, and services to help support the community. > Edward Reyes, who < represents the group, said 0 cnw they want to do whatever :::I they can to help the commu-1-nit y w Gj 0 w :I: (/) :::i co :::> Cl. z tu ..J ..J :::> co 'These are hard economic times for all of us and we decided to do our part to make people feel better b y hosting this e vent. "Our plan is to have a free community event every first Saturday of e very month. Our next free e vent will be February 6 2010. On that date, there will be a mobile blood unit at the event. For more information v isit ppgc .are .sCa) gmail .c..om, or call Reyes at {813) 868-4357-..J w z 1-z w (/) < 0 What do I want to be when I grow up? a:: Club 44 Maintains Support For Obama Administration F o r 18 m o nth s a group o f COIIIIIIitt e d \\Ome n h a l e ''orkt>d to ad1ance the aspi rations and policies of Pres. Barack H. Obama. F ro m ca m pa i g n w o rk e r s. t o ce l e bra tin g th e in a u g u ra tion t o Orga ni z in g F o r A meri ca ( O FA) initi a ti\ es, C lub 4 4 m embers h a e k e pt th e Obama Admi n i stra tion in fgrefront 'of its d elibera tion s and activi ties. Mem bers work in collabo, the statewide office of (OFA) lo ca ted in Ybor City to assist with those grassroots tasks that fUI1he r the President's agenda of health and insurance ref01111 and education In preparation for this work Club 44 members Barbara Jackson, Bernadette Yee, Lorraine Livingston and Sonja Garcia trav elled to Orlando for training in the implementation of OFA volunteerism. As a result, Barbara Jackson \\ as cho sen to attend t'-e President's Energ y Summit in October, 2009, held in Arcadia, where she met Pres. Obama and his entourage. Club 44 will commemo-At the Orlando T .. n iniJlK S ssiun Jack.wn, PHtr icia McCullouKh, Ro!ilcnhnum, Lcn-aainc Sm\in Gnt-cia and B c a amd ttc V:l. rate the 1st annhersar y of the President's inaugura tion on Friday eve ning, 29, 2010, with the ObamaFest: .Celebrating Hope in America, at the H i.lton Airport Hotel T ampa: In support of. the President's ze a l for education of our youth the Obama-Fest will fe ature a St. Peter ClaYer Catholic School Silent Auction Benefit All proceeds of the auction will be contributed to St. Peter Claver. Club 44, nam e d for the numerical order of U S Presidents, was esta blish e d in Oct. 2008 to support and sustain the programs of Pres. BarackObama. Th organization is "socia l ith a purpos C lub 44 m m bers a r : Ruth Bell, Evelyn Davenport Bethune, Bessie Brown, Ruby Brown, Jean Collins, Eleanor Gilder, G. Octavia Harris, Ollie S.H. Hunter, Barbara Jackson, Grace Jones, Lorraine Livingston, Patricia Miles, Holly Otoya, Demoris Rhodes, V:erneka Rhodes, Frances Sykes, Pearlyne Wilson, Jackie Wilds, Sandra H. Wilson, Bernadette Yee and Sonja Garcia, spokesperso n g u.. E ven better. .. a Professor! I know. .. an Engineer! Maybe e ven a Doctor! w Cl. on Period jan. 12; 2010 to jan. 25, 20'10 Opportunities are available kindergarten through high school. For more information, call the Choice Information Une at 813-Z/2-4692 or visit http://choice.mysdhc.org


Local Solid Waste Director To Speak At Base MLK Banquet Tlw : \nnu ;tl Ur. .\lartin Luther King, Jr. Banquet will he held on Saturday, J anuary 16, :2010 a t th e St11fis Edge Enlis ted Club at i\lacDill : \ ir For ce Base. The e\'Cnt is being host ed hy th e Bay Are a Broth e rhood The banquet commemorates th e birthday o f th e Nobel Peace Prize winner and C i, il Rig hts l eader, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The e\'ent kicks off at 5 p m. with a cocktail hour followed by a s oul food buff et. This yea r 's keynote s peaker is Mrs. Tonja M. Brickhouse, City of Tampa Director of the Depa rtment of Solid Waste and Environmental Program Management. The presentation of awards will follow. Ms. Cassandra Vasquez will present a fashion show by Sensuality Productions of Tampa and OJ Frank Bell will provide dance music An active military person and a civilian will receive the MLK Humanitarian Awards. TONJA BRICKHOUSE Keynote Speaker In 1982, Mrs. Brickhouse was commissioned a Second Lieutenant through the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps after graduat ing from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA. During her military career, she received many prestigious awards and decorations, one of which was the Legion of Merit. She earned a Master of St'it'Ill'L' de:-:I'l'\' in l'uhliL : \dministration !ro m Tru\ St;tte l'niH: rsit\ ;md :\ ;ttional I lefense' F e llu\\ : CI.trk .\llan t a L 'ninrsi t\, Atlant a. G:\. ShL ha s p ubli s h e d senr a l resear c h papers rela ted t o national sec urity :\fter :25 \ears of dedicat ed ser\'ice bo th s t a t es id e and co t1o 'nc 1 sc retired from th e Air Force. The Bay Area Bro therhood a nonprofit Civic veterans' organization, was founded in 1973 at MacDill AFB The club is composed of member s of the Department of Defense family, active duty and retired military personnel and Federal civilians employed at MacDill. Donations from the banquet fund several projects: youth athletics, Project 100, Operation Santa Claus, Easter Egg hunt and Spring Picnic. For additional information, please contact Calvin Doss (813) 938-3258 or Odie Jones, Jr., (813) 503-3644. Plant Citv Plans 24th Annual Dr. Kino Breakfast BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular Hillsborough County educator will serve as the keynote speaker for Plant City's Annual Leadership Breakfast. The 24th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Breakfast Sunday, January 17th, ,7:30 a.m., at the Red Rose Inn Ballroom. Dr. Joan Holmes, Special Assistant to the President at Hillsborough Community College specializes in equity, higher education, retention and support strategies, diver sity training, graduate school preparation and placement, and program evaluation. Prior to her current posi tion, Dr. Holmes served for 21 years as Assistant Dean of the Graduate School and DR. JOAN B. HOLMES Keynote Speaker director of several nationally recognized programs to support underrepresented and high achieving undergraduate students at the University of South Florida. She currently serves as adjunct professor Africana Studies for und,ergraduate Rcslore The Essence Salon Is To R.ecapturo The Extemal Beauty Of The Cu..<;tomef 7610 N. 56th Street In In Hair Lossage Master Stylist On Smfl A.<;k For CilSina Shampoo & Set Permi Relaxer Sew-In Weave Scrunch1es f Up Dos Ha1r Cut!Men & Women Spa Pedlcure t Manlcure l'iALK INS WELCOtiiE' Hours: Mon By Appt. Onty Tues. Thurs & Frl 9 A.M. 7l> M Weds. 9 A.M 9 P M Sat. 8 A.M -3 P.M. Closed Sunday Micro Special $99 Manicure I Pedicure -$25 Barber On Duty! Call 443-4597 and graduate courses at the University of South Florida. For more than 12 years, Dr. Holmes, programs have placed over 250 underrepresented, low income college students in master and doc toral programs Dr. Holmes earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Education from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. She continued her education at Ball State University, where she earned both her Master of Arts Degree in Profession.a.l Physical Education and her Doctorate of Education, Educational Leadership, Cognate in Curriculum and Instructipn. Dr. Holmes is the recipient of several awards com mendations ai}d other-forms of reco gnition A Tampa resident, Dr. Holmes is the mother of two children, and enjoys travel ing, art, politics, community service, and aquatic sports when time allows. The Annual King Leadership Breakfast is hosted by the Improvement League of Plant City, Inc. Chairpersons for the event are William Taylor, Ms. Thomas, Ms. Daisy Gilmore, and Ms. Janell Johnson. For addi tional information call (813) 757-6760; or email www. plantcitymlkfestival.com. JJ 0 Tampa Native Wants More New Businesses Created c... l> z c l> JJ -< (X) 1\.) 0 .... 0 CENTR l\L l ) ARK \ 7ll Li\GE l OtJt) TN [)lA Srrl{EE'.f JET SET HUDSON BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Jesse "Jet Set" Hudson grew up in Central Park Village. Drawn to the arena of entertainment at a young age, Jet Set was also a person never afraid to hustle to earn a dollar He started as a child selling the Florida Sentinel Bulletin on Central Avenue in the 1960s, then quickly became an entrepreneur while still pursuing his dream of going to Hollywood and becoming a star. "I was raised in a family ofhard workers. None of us were ever afraid to get our hands dirty. "I've always wanted to become famous, come back to Tampa_ and help as many people as I could. I still want to do that." Jet Set has operated sev eral small businesses over the years, but said he never sustained them because his dream is still to be a world-class entertainer or film star. "I moved to Hollywood to increase my chances, Qut Tampa is still hom e That's why I come back two or three times every year. "It hurts me to see so many strange facl:!s running businesses iri our com munity, and we don't own o;n that much. That's why it's :tl iii}portant to me that mor e Black-owned bu s inesses b e i! created and supported by tn m the community." :z: Jet Set said he has a ::::2 plan to help that e ffort. He wants to provide seed r;money to three potential m business owners in hopes they will be successful, and rin turn help others get !!l started. Z "It has to start from somewhere. I'm not a rich man. But the little I do have, I try to help as many people as I can. "The best way to make sure Black people are abl e to stand on their own is to give them opportunities, and I think everyone. deserves a chance to be a business owner." Jet Set said the time for talking. is over. It's time to get started, and he also said the time for excuses is over. Register Celebrating Seven Yearsl Piano, Voice, Guitar, Drums, Violin Lessons Children Of Promise Choir (Each saturday) 813-242-8383 located In Historic Ybor City 2218 3rd Avenue Tampa, Fl33605 www burgessschoolofthearts.com


; FYI N a: West Tampa Neighborhood Watch Meeting Planned U. of the Old West T ampa !\e i ghborhood c a: u. c z <( c (/) UJ ::J 1->a: Associatio n Crime W atch will h os t their m eeting on Tu es d ay, January 12th a t th e Dr Martin Luthe r King, Jr. Center, 2200 N Or eg on Avenue, at 6 :30p. m Ms. Lillie Howard, Secretary of the organization said meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month Hillsborough Countv NAACP Meetings Planned The Hill sbo r o u g h County Branch NAACP WIN (Women In the NAACP ) will h os t th e ir January General Membership m eeting o n Thursday, Januar y 21st, 6 p .m. Th e m ee tin g will t a k e place a t New Harmo n y Missionary Bapti s t Church, 2811 N 17th Stree t Dr. Aaron Mumford, host pa s tor Imm ed iatel y following the WIN M ee ting, th e Gen e ral Membership meeting will take place a t 7 p m. Members of the community are invited to the meeting, voice questions a nd conce rn s, a nd volunteer t o work with o n e of th e branch committ ees. Dr. Carolyn H. Collins i s president Ms. Alveda Vernon is Branch Membership Chairperson, and Dr. A. S. B. Kubon i s Chairperson of WIN. For additio n a l information con tact the Branc h Offi ce a t (813) 234-8683. UJ 1--------------------------------------------> UJ c UJ ::z:: (/) :::i a:l ::J a. Hernando NAACP Plans King Dav Celebration z i= UJ ..J ..J ::J a:l ..:. UJ z .t= z w (/) C a: 0 ..J u. Members of the Hernando County Branch NAACP will celebrate the life of Dr Martin Luther King Jr., on Sunday, January 17th, 3:30 p.m., at Grace World Outreach Church, 20366 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, Rev. David Garcia lead pastor. Wayne T. Boggs is president of the Hernando County Branch NAACP. The keynote speaker for the event is Rev. Lee A. Inmon, Associate Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Brooksville. The theme is: "We May Have All Come In Different Ships, But We're In The Same Boat Now. On Monday, January 18th, the celebration will continue with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., March and Celebration, which begins at 10 a .m-. For additional information contact Pastor Clarence Clark at (352) 345-9596 or Ms. Ann Langley at (352) 277-8753 Guardian Ad litenJ Training Session Planned The Guardian ad Litem is an organization designed to serve as the voice of children who have been abandoned, abused, or neglected as they proceed through the judicial system. The organization's next training session will begin <( on January 12th, at Christ N the King Church 821 South -Dale Mabry. The training sessions will take place every Tuesday and Thursday for approximately 5 weeks. Those interested in serving as a Guardian ad Litem must be 19 years old, have common sense, good judgment and a desire to help children in the judicial system. For additional information about the training seminar, scheduling a pre-interview, or to become a Guardian ad Litem call (813) 272-5110 or email Allyn.Faryniasz@Gal.FL.Gov. MARQUETTA And CORNELIUS Thinking of you on your birthday and sending warmest wishes for happi n ess today and always! From all of us, Larry, Marquis and Marquetta. You're Not The BossOIMe CHAUNCY HOLMES Have a happy birthday. May God continue to bless you with many more. Contine to "Hold that Pose." Love Tracy. Happy 30th birthday to Jermaine Walker A.K.A. (Cheeze). Love your family. In The Spotlight JESSICA Let's welcome Jesica as this week's Spotlight feature. Jessica has an engaging smile and attracts only the best of the best. You can tell by the peole she associ ates herself with. Jessica enjoys having a fun evenng, as long as everyone behaves themself. She also enjoys quality time alone to think and plan what she's going to do next.When 'it comes to the man in Jessica's life, he must be strong, have courage, be passionae, and not afraid of a challenge. He also must be handsome and have some direction in his life. Congratulatins to Jessica as this week's Spotlight feature Want to make $25 or: more? Hete' 11. CBOP-3MYis a federally funded program by HillSborough Action Plan. CBOPN3MV iS' a component of the BMAD (Brothers Making a Difference) program which assists in bettering the overall delivery of the BMAD intervention. BMAD is a seven session group level intervention .designed to prevent HIV and sexually transmitted diseases among young Black men of color who have or gender loving relationships with other men. The intervention addresses factors that influence the behaviors of young men of color in gender loving relationships. BMAD sessions aim to foster a positive self identity, educate about sexual risks, teach assertiveness skills and provide a social environment to discuss topics outside the routine. Individuals whom pattidpate receive a twenty five ($25) dollar gift card incentive per occurrence (initial interview, 90 day follow up, and 180 day follow-up). -Contact us at (813) 226-2141 or (813) 695-4487


Sports Morris Will Return As Buccaneers Coach RAHEEM MORRIS who said ownership supports a plan set in motion after the NFL's youngest coach was hired last January. The Bucs went 3-13 in the 33-year-old Morris' first season. The club's worst fin ish since 1991 fueled specu lation that the Glaze,. family might consider a "We are committed tG the plan that we began 12 months agQ with coach. Morris, and we look forward to building on1 the TAMPA --Raheem pieces that were put in place Morris will return for a secthis season," Glazer said. ond season as coach of the The announcement came Tampa Bay Buccaneers. hours. after Morris said The Biles made the. despite tJu {team's poor. announcement in a one-sen-he belie\res the Bites tence from team .... are heitdedin the right direc-co-chairman Joel Ex-NBA Star Williams Charged With Drunken Driving After Crash JAYSON WILLIAMS NEW YORK --Former NBA star Jayson Williams was charged with drunken driving after his SUV veered off a n exit ramp and struck a tree earl y Tuesday, police said the latest legal woe for the troubled ex-pla yer. Williams, w ho i s awaiting retrial Qn a manslaughter case in New Jersey, s uff ered a min or bone fracture in hi s n eck and c uts to hi s face in the crash, authorities said He was in the passenger seat when officers arrived, and he told them someone else had been driving, according to police. But wit n esses j old police they saw him in the driver's seat, and officers said no one else was in the car : The black Mercedes-Benz SUV was exiting FDR Drive at East 2oth Street in Manhattan when it veered off the c urved exit, authori ties said. 'Skins Dump-Zorn Jim Zorn went 12-20 over two seasons as head coach of the Redskins. ASHBURN, VA--The Washington Redskins moved quickly in their pursuit of Mikeshanahan on Monday, flying in the former Denver Broncos coach on the same day the team fired Jim Zorn. Shanahan and wife Peggy landed. at Dulles International Airport near Redskins Park in mid-after noon and were driven away in a limousine to meet with owner Dan Snyder and general manager Bruce Allen. Shanahan won two Super Bowls in 14 seasons with the Broncos. He was fired a year ago after Denver missed the playoffs for the third straight season. Broncos To Shop Marshall BRANDON MARSHALL A s th e Bro n cos try t o put another lat es eas o n s woon behind !_hey .will do so., without Brandon Marshall in th eir plans. Th e Broncos will attempt t o trade Marshall in March with hopes of getting decent value in return. Hughes Tired Of D'Antoni's 'Mind Games' LARRY HUGHES Veteran guard Larry Hughes, back in coach Mike D'Antoni's doghouse, questioned the coach's methods, his poor communication skills and taking him out of the rota tion for the third time this season, saying it's "getting old" and calling it "mind gam es." lniuries Force Hears O'Neal To Bench JERMAINE O'NEAL MIAMI --Heat center Jerm.aine O'Neal is out of the lineup with a strain ed groin and hip flexor O'Neal is Miami's thirdleading scorer at 12.7 points per game and second-leading rebounder at 6.9 per game. Lebron's New Shoes Show Love For NY LEBRON JAMES AND HIS NEW SHOES s h oes. ., :n 0 c_ )> z c )> :n -< Ol "' 0 0 There's n o denying that s up e r star Cleveland Cavaliers forward Lebron James loves New York. This season, Nik e also r evea l e d th e Nike Air Max L e Bron VII Hardwood Classic edition shoes, which to those unfa miliar with Cavs histOI)' and their former colors, might look like Knicks-the m e d But the n ewes t yet l o b r e l eased kic k s nrc n o t only n bright ora nge and blu e th e colors of the N ew York Knicks -but turning over the shoes a l so r evea l s a n I "LOVE" NY m essage on th e outsole, and in s id e on th e insole is an L23 styled qu estion mark. Whv Did Spurs Not Start Duncan; Tim Duncan was pulled from the Spurs' starting line up for Sunday's game against the Toronto Raptors at Air Canada Centre, and it appears to have nothing to do with injury. 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0 5 .... 0 arts N co >-a: ex: ::::> z ex: ...., NBA Suspends Arenas lndelinitelv > ex: 0 a: lL. Gilbert Arenas reportedl y brought four unloaded guns into the Verizon Center locker room. NEW YORK --Gilbert Arenas t ried joking about his gun trouble. David Stern found none of it funny. 0 Arenas was suspended a: indefinite l y without pay u.. Wednesday b y the NBA commissioner, who deter<( m in ed the pla y er's b e havior made him "not currentl y fit 0 to take the court." ffi A day after the Washington :J Wizards guard was photographed before a game in a: w > w 0 w :I: en :J CD :J c.. z w ...1 ...1 :J CD ...J w z z w en a: 0 ...1 u.. Ph ila d elphia p ointing hi s ind e x finger s. as if th e y w e rt g u ns a t h is teamma tes. S t e rn a rn e d the f o rmer .-\11-S tar tha t h i s conduc t wil l r e s ult in a s u b s tanti a l s u s p e n s i o n and p e r h a p s w o r se. Arenas is und e r inYe sti g ation by federal and local authoritie s after admittedly bringing guns to the Wizards locker room. Ste rn originally planned to wait to take action, but he tired of Arenas' behavior. On Tu esday, a d ay a ft e r m eeting with l aw enforce ment officia l s, Arenas said he feared Stern more than the authorities bec a use the commissioner was "mean." Though Arenas first apo lo gized Monday for his poor judgment and promised t o do be tter in the future", h e a l so joke d on Twitter about the incident and the m e dia firestorm it created. That was exactl y the wrong tact for Stern, whose l eague has taken another public relations hit. Walk Ins & Appointments Welcome Th i s Year We Have New/Addi t i ona l Personnel To Serve You Tanya S tarks Pastor Kenneth Muldrow Pastor Andre Aris Ruth Smith Dr. Shea Speights ( 813 ) 244-7221 (813) 361-6520 (813) 433-6435 (813) 230-1041 (813) 650-n20 We Are Looki n g ForwarcfTo New Clients! Don t Be Caught Up W i th I nfer i o r Serv i ce ... Come To The Tax Doctor For Qua l ity Serv i ce We W ill Resolve Your F i nanc i a l Drama nger Woods And Wife Want To Work Things Out TIGER WOODS AND WlFE, ELIN Tiger Woods and hi s wife, Elin Nordegren, mi g ht hav e spent the h o l i da y apart -but that doesn t mean things are over "Tiger a n d Elin still l ove each other," according to a person close to the coupl e. Althoug h there i s talk of divorce, and anyone can se e there is a l ot of work to do, they would both like to work this out. As for the images from the ski t rip, rumors have since s urfaced that the woman pictured may be Nordegren's twin sister, Josefine. On Monday, Elin was reportedly spotted near her home in Florida. Police Won't Charge Henrv's Fiancee In Death LOLEINI TONGA And CHRIS HENRY CHARLOTTE, NC --Police will n o t char g e t h e fia ncee o f late Cin c innati Be-ngals r ece iver Chris Henry i n connect i o n with h is death l a st month Charlotte -Mecklcn burg police announced Wednesda y that there was no evidence that Loleini Tonga drov e recklessly or with excessi v e speed last month when Henry came out of the back of h e r pickup truck on a c u rvy, res id ential ro a d and s uff e red f a tal inj uries "The speed limit on Oakdale Roa d i s 35 mph and the estimated speed at t he ti m e of acci dent w as b etw e e n 19-23 mph police said in a stat e ment. 3 Lessons From A Shinless Tiger Woods : \ n i mag, of Tiger \ Vonds pump in g i ro n a nd ,, eari n g n o thin g m o re t ha n a wris t ,, all"h and a sk ulkap n lHl\"l' the ais t con j ur es up anum ber of th o u ghts and n o1w o f the m a r c what y o u d file unde r the categories o f .. regr e t th os e transg r ess ions or r offe r my prof o und ap o l ogy And that" s e xa ctly why Vanity Fair' s F ebruary c o v er works. G Q writ e r C harlcs Pierce int e r v i ewed th e th e n 2 1 -ye ar o ld o n th e \'e r g e of w innin g his fir s t Mas t e r s T o urn a m e nt What cam e out was l a r g e l y a se ri es o f profa n e quips b y Tiger," noted Vanity Fair' s Buzz Bissinger. W hen Annie Leibovitz took the "raw, never-before see n photos of Woods back in January 2006, Woods h ad ju s t come off a 2005 s ea-Tl ER WOOD so n that in lud d wins n t th e Mas t e rs and th e n a t th e U.S. Ope n the 10th m a jor win of his career. That s eason h e topped the mon e y l i s t for th e sixth tim e in hi cAr r a nd was r a nk d No 1 in th Officia l World G o lf R n nkin g s Vikings' Harvin Wins Rookie Award NEW YORK --The Littl e Phe nom is the NFL's top off e n s ive rookie. Percy Harvin u se d his v e rsatilit y a nd intellige n ce to win The A s s o ci a t e d Press 2009 NFL Off e n sive Rooki e of the Year aw a rd. The Minnesota Vikings wide r e c e iv e r/kick r eturne r ran away with the b allot i n g the same way h e out ran defenses and special teams this season Harvin received 41 votes Wednesday from the nationwide pane l of 50 sports writer s and broadcasters w h o cover the PERCY HARVIN l eague. Baltimore tackle Michael Oher was second with s ix vot es Mavweather-Pacquiao BoutlsOH I lllew thi s was going to happen, said a weary Bob Arum Pacquiao's promoter. Manny Pacquiao's prom o t ers sa id h i s pro s p ect ive bo u t wit h Floyd Mayweather Jr. was dead l a f e W ednesday n ight afte r a med i ation s e ssion failed t o re solv e the figh ter s differences over dru g t esti ng, s cra ppin g w h a t was likely to b e t h e ric h es t fight in boxin g h i s tory. Th e bou t was s l ate d f o r M a r c h 13 at th e M G M G r a nd G a rd e n in L a s Vegas, but Top R a nk sa id it c o u ldn t r eac h a n ag r ee m e n t with Gol de n Boy Pr o motion s, w h ich r e p rese n ted Mayweather in th e negoti ati on s, aft e r nine hours of medi a tion Tue s da y and more d i scuss i o n s Wedne s da y


Read All About )t s '.P Jl Jl.. IlL b HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday---Get into the habit of prm iding n w re" rul'lure in life :\s \ Oll 1110\P hrou g h :2010, _1ou lcar11 that tlu s foundation doesn' t hn1il r e;tc h Inst ead, it all o11::; \OLI t o st rPtc h int o n c11 a rPna s o f l m e ami 11 ork 11 i t h o u t I h e f ear o f f :1ll i ng tltt o n o u 'face. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -:\1 ultiple e rrand s t akP o u all mer 011 n \\'hil e o u r e dri1 -ing. don t d o e lse. Talk o n th e ph o n e 11he n f ee t hit the ground first Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-An associa t e pr esents an o b s tacle. Y o u r e fully pr epare d t o tum tha t int o a n ad1an t age It r equires hard 11ork, but _\OU h a 1 e th e energ_\ you n ee d Pisces (Feb. 19 -March 20)-You feel a s if fina n ces are th e probl e m \\'he n _\ ou l oo k clo ser, 1 ou discmer that o n e t ea m m e mb e r h as e 1 e 1')'thin g tiH'Y n ee d a lr e ady S h a r e e nthu sias m Aries (March 21 -April19)-C h alle n ge yourself t o s h a r e ide..1s and allow others to prmide f ee dba ck. Y o u s m oo th thin gs out by inj ec tin g e nthu sias m int o eac h s ituati o n Taurus (April 2 0-Ma y 20)-Logic and feeling s battl e with eac h other in th e 11orkplaee. A1 oid Y e rb a l co nfront atio ns. Enthusiasm g e ts you mu c h furth e r Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Your c reatiYe ideas don't track with an assoc i a t e's. Sm e your bright ideas for l a ter a nd go along 11 ith th e group for now Cancer (Jnne 22-July 22)-P e rson a l eff011 tak es th e form of p r act i ca l word s th a t qu i c kly bring p eople to ge th er. Thi s need s to happ e n to mak e th e mo s t oft oday's possibiliti es. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Challenges a rise as you appro ac h th e co nclu s i on of a project. Associates h e lp you finish up detai l s quickly. Last-minute adjustment s add sp i ce Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) F ocus on yo u r work. ct-eatiYe ideas flow w h e n you re n o t dis tracted. Let an associate s tir up problems w ith ou t you. Finish what s on your plate. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Allow tim e in the sc h e dul e to complete househ old duti es, so m e of 11hic h ca n t be postponed. T a k e tim e off work as ne e ded. Scorpio (Oct. 23-N ov. 21) -The path to balan ce takes yo u in the direction of r esearc h a nd study. The tim e yo u tak e no\\ to und e rst a nd th e th eo r y saves tim e a nd e ff01t lat e r Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -T rm e l r eq uir es fina n cia l flexibility. Carry s lightly more cas h th an us u al. Expect th e unexpecte d whi c h co uld be d elig htful. ALL MY CHILDREN J a G r ee n Rya n a nd Erica tak e t h ing s to th e n e xt J e ,el. Ryan a n d A nni e face off in cour1; Liza goes to bat Ryan ; M arissa b egs J R to fight for his life. AS THE WORLD TURNS-Bill a nd Kat i e s a rgum e n t co m es t o a h ead; Sa nd y rece i ves gra itud e from Lt. Baker ; Katie b lames h e r s i s t e rs for h e r prob l e m s; St effy s h ows up at Bill' s h o use tell him off ; Sand_\ \ '0\\'S to see k r e 1 e ng e against h e r attac k e r .fa n e t mo, es out of the far m ; Liberty ells Park e r off whe n s h e learn s of his p l an; Carly m a k es up a sto1'): to d it c h C r a ig, but th e pro e m is that Craig t ells J ack the s tory. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-B1idget and N i c k g i, e 011 e n gag gifts in regard s b eco ming a g randfath e r ; Bill issues an ultim atu m ; Steffy r e Yeals t o h e r family her true hatred towards Katie a n d h e r sisters; Bill questions Kati e's l oyalty B ill a nd Katie 's a rgum e nt co mes to a h ead; Sandy r eceives gratitude from Lt. Bak e r ; Kati e bla m es h e r s isters for her problems ; Steff) s how s up a t Bill' s house to t ell him off ; Sa ndy Y o w s to see k r eve n ge against her attacker. DAYS OF OUR LIVESTh e daytime soap comes to prim etime as k ey citize n s of S a l e m fin d ro m ance a nd danger in the ''Winter H ea t." Billie: Lisa Rinna. Bo: Robert Kelker-Kelly. Carrie: Christie C lark Austin: Patrick Muldoon. Jennif er: Melissa Reeves. P eter: Jason Brooks Vivian: Louise Sorel. Laura : .Jami e L)ll Bauer. Lucas : Bryan R. Dattilo. Car l y ad mits to Vivian that killed Lawrence; Will ge ts f ed up 11ith Mia's lies ; .Justin a nd Bo h ave it out; E.J reassures at the ra n som drop s hould go smoothly; Sami t ells R afe she has utter faith that S ydney wi me hom e GENERAL HOSPITALSonn y r ea lizes Fran co has l eve r age o ve r him ; Carl y makes ami h.-through wit h Michael; .Jason a nd Franco come face-to-face. Jason races to rescue Sam Luck)' a nd Dominic team up to find Lulu ; Mich ae l struggles with his feelings ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Dorian faces the consequences of her actions; Mart y confronts John; thinks her dreams are finall y coming true. Stac y finds he rself in jeopardy; Rex and Gigi an understanding; Dorian decides that Mitch must die THE YOUNG THE RESfLESS-Chance v o ws to d isco ve r w ho is targeting hjm ; Jo o refuses a DNA test. Sharon makes Jack eat his words; Michael learns the truth about masked man. I MY FRlEND RUTH JUST OOT OUT OF A 8AP We.L, WAS TH;,Kk"lS ASOUr SETH-i<3 HER UP WITH ONE OF YOUR A l vin nnd tlte Chipmunks 2: The Squcnkqut'l -The kid:> will l01 c thi s o ne! f .. '] Slwl"iock Holmes-\\' ell-IITitten rime n p c r (Dir'ct r Guy Ri hi e / R ock nR olla) :>tarring R bert [ o wn y, .Jr. and Juck Law A ctio n and Ad\' enture [ 1 l Atntar -S tart s s l ow bu t ends up a ti n pa kLd. Ll\' actio n film ith a n e w ge n r atio n o f ial effec t s 2h r s. / 4 Smins. 1ad $2J2l\l w o rld wid [ *" *] Princes And T h e Frog -The b s t nnimnti n thi s y ar. Fun f o r all ages. $25M the fir t we k nd [ *"*] Armo r e d A crew of officers ( olumbus Short-tomp The Y a rd) plot t o hijack an armored tru k tart s l ow but ends up action packed. [ l /2) Blind Side -Another touchdow n for andra Bull c k ; [****] Ninja Assassins -An AWOL ninja has t o fight to .tay alive. Ver;: b l oody. [***] The Twtlight Saga: New Moon -The Vampir s v 1 Werewo l ves l ove story hit the box offic jackpot at $142M. Worth Seeing! l ****] t 2012 -You need to check out this disaster mov i e forth speci a l effec t s. A littl e l o ng__ at 2 hour s I 47 minute $230M Worldwide. [ ***112J } Good Hair -Chris Roc k co m es through in this documentary about h a ir Must See! [ ****} 1 Disne!!' s A Christmas Carol-Jim Carey s tars in this animatiOn of Charles Dicken s class ic t a l e of Ebenezer 1 Scrooge Dis n ey should h ave passed o n thi s one. [**112] The Vampire' s Assistant -You will enjoy thi s vampire story. Check it out! r***] This Is It-A last look at the greatest entertainer of all :. t im es Michael J ac k so n. You really don' t want to mi ss t hi s < m ov ie. [**** and then so m e.] Paranormal Activity -A coupl e i s h aunted by a d emon in the ir apa1tment. T hi s movie cost $15 t housand 1 to make and has made $61M s in ce it was released 3 w ee ks ago. Not for kids. 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0 T"" Entertainment co >a: z a: w > w c w :l: en ::::i CD ;:::) 0.. z t= w _, _, ;:::) CD I _, w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 _, LL 'Avatar' Reaches $1 Billion Worldwide AVATAR LOS ANGE LES --James Cameron's sc i e nc e-fic tion epic "Avatar" h a d a n o ther stella r wee k e nd with $68.3 million d o me s tically s h oo ting p as t $ 1 billion worldwide, on l y th e fifth movi e ever to hit that m a rk No. 1 for the third-straight weekend, 20th Century Fo x's raised its dome s tic total to $ 352.1 million after just 1 7 da ys The film added $133 million overseas to lift its international h a ul to $670 million, for a worldwide gross of $1.02 billion Ticket sales for Jan. 1-3 1. $68.3 million 2. "Sherlock Holmes," $38-4 million. 3. and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel," $36.6 million 4 "It' s Complicated," $18.7 million. 5 The Blind Side ," $12.7 million. 6 "Up in the Air," $11-4 million. 7. "T he Princess and the Frog," $10 million 8 Did You Hear About the Morgans?", $5.2 million 9 Nine," $4.3 million. 10. Inuictus," $4.1 million. Thriller To Be Saved In National Film Registrv THRILLER WASHINGTON Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video, with that unforgettable graveyard dance, will rest among the nation's treasures in the world s larg est archive of film, 1V and sound recordings. The 1983 music video directed by John Landis, though still the subject of lawsuits over profits was one of 25 films to. be inducted Wednesday for preservation in the 2009 National Film Registry of the Library of Congress. It's the first music video named to the registry. It had been considered in past years, but following Jackson's death, the was right, said Steve Leggett, coordinator of the National Film Preservation Board. lil wavne Has Farewell Show Before Jail NEW ORLEANS --Lil Wayne emerged as a top-selling musician known for his clever wordplay and risque lyrics, but like rappers before him, he's staring down a year behind bars at the peak of his career. The artist.returned to his hometown of New Orleans for a performance Monday on what he' s calling his farewell tour. The 27-year-old rapper, whose real name is Dwayne Carter, pleaded guilty in October to a weapons possession charge and, will be sentenced Feb. 9. His plea deal calls for a year in jail. Ebonv Fashion Fair's Eunice Johnson dies In this Aug. 15, 2005 fil e photo, former President Bill Clinton escorts Eunice Johnson, widow of Ebony magazine founder John Johnson, into the Rockefeller Memorial Chapel in Chicago for her husband's funeral. CHICAGO --Eunice Johnson, the widow of Ebony magazine founder John Johnson n nd 1 fi s h i o n m : w n wh o rnn th o u nd s n th dir tor a nd pr du r of th Eb n Fn hion F ir sin e 1'961. Th trnv lin g hi g h f s h ion harity v nt that s h ow cas s bla k d s i g n r and mod I s i s s taged in n arl 200 c itie s a h y ar. Ad s for th e s how hav e featur d sing r Aretha Franklin, and actor Richard Roundtree mad his d ebut as a mod e l with th show. Rapper Game Finds Mentor, Friend In Williams NEW YORK -:--Once upon a time, gangster rapper Game had preconceived notions about eccentric rapper/producer Pharrell Williams -and vice versa But the two have &ince put aside their differehces; Williams is the executive producer of Game's fourth studio album, R.E.D .. "It was the most hood album I had until Pharrell came in a nd took over, the Compton, Calif.-rais e d rapper said of the collaboration, which Interscope Records will release February 16. "Don't get me wrong this album is still hood," Game continued. I would describe it as the beauty of the sky GAME meets the gangster of the streets It' s just got a bit more color to it." Williams i sn't the onl y mixmast e r contributin g b ea t s to R .E. D ." Cool and Dre, DJ Khalil and Dr. Dre all lend their production efforts, while Beanie Sigel, Rick Ross, Justin Timberlake and Robin Thicke make guest appearances Former Michael Jackson MD Makes Vegas Court Date This Nov. 23, 2009 file photo shows Dr. Conrad Murray, left, the cardiologist under investigation. LAS VEGAS --The physi cian being investigated in pop superstar Michael Jackson's death has appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom to make a payment in a separate child support case. A court official said Dr. Mp!"ray made a $1,003 payment Monday in open court for a Caiifornia woman and her 11-year-o ld so n Murray's lawyer is Chris Aaron. He says a Family Court judge se t a July 12 h ea r ing to ensure Murray sticks to a payment plan approved in November. That agreement kept Murray out of jail for failure to pay $15,500 previ ously owed. Murray has not been charged with a crime. But Los Angeles police are probing whether he improperly administered the powerful anesthetic propofol to Jackson in the hours before the singer died June 25 in Los Angele s.


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0 ,... 0 N co >CI: :::> z ..., 0 CI: u.. 0 a: LL 0 z < 0 en w :::> .... >a: w > w 0 w ::z::: en m :::> 0.. z t= w ...1 ...1 :::> m _:, w z t= z w en < 0 a: 0 ...1 LL Funerals HAROLD DEAN FLOYD, JR. Funeral service for Mr. Harold Dean F loyd, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away December 26, 2009, in a loca l hospital, will be h eld Saturday, January 9 2010, at 10:30 a. m. at the Center for Manifestation, 3102 East Lake Avenue in Tampa. Dr. Mark T. Jones is pastor. The service will be officiated by childhood friend and pastor of Greater New Hope Anointed Ministries in Plant City, the Reverend Calvin E. Callins, Sr. The eulogy will be delivered by Mr. Floyd's uncle, the Reverend Curtis Jones. l.nterment will follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens, 11.005 North Highway 301 in Thonotosassa Harold Dean Floyd, Jr., affectionately calle<\ "Junior," was born December 22, 1967, to Harold Floyd, Sr. and the late Altamese Sanders in Tampa. For the-most part, however, Harold grew up in Plant City. He attended schools in Hillsborough County and graduated in 1983 from A. P. Leto High School. Later, in 1988, he joined the Job Corps. At an early age, Harold vowed that when he grew up, he would be the best father possible if he had any children. As that time to love came around, he did just thatHarold was blessed with six beautiful children and the special joy of raising five of them on his own. Facing head-on the challenges of single parenthood, Harold held fast to that vow. He sacrificed himself to ensure that his children never felt neglected or alone. He was indeed a father extraordinaire. Harold Dean Floyd came to the L n i' e r., \rea Cummunit' Center in ll)l)C). '' h i I e or fur Hilbborough County. \\'ith the.help of Senator Yictur Crist, he later transitioned tu the staff of the Cniversity Area Community Development Corporation. Inc., where he remained until his untimely death. Harold was a loyal, dedicated part of the UACDC family. H e h eld positions there as reception ist, office assistant and program specialist fur various departments including, finance and human resources department, facilities and asset s d epartment and the program d epartment w here h e worked on two programs and the Coordinated. Community Anti Crime Initiative and the Prodigy Cultura l Arts Program. Through his work in Prodigy, Harold's passing has brought g reat sadness to his col leagues, not only in Tampa and Plant City, but to many other colleagues in Pinellas, Pasco, Polk, Manatee, Sarasota and Orange Counties with whom he worked. Many mourn his passing, celebrate his life and cherish his memory. He leaves his precious children, whom he loved and utterly treasured, to mourn or a time and then to hold him in their hearts forever... three sons, Marquez, Qui-ri and Jeremiah; and three daughters, Kayla, Keira and Keanna. Brothers and sisters who grieve his passing are Marc Sanders of Georgia, Greg (Kim) Sanders of St. Petersburg, Bruce Floyd of New York, Sonya Floyd, Canna Longs and Anthony Floyd, all of Tampa. Also left to cherish his memory is a special aunt, by whom he was raised, Emma Coleman; special nephews, Christopher Floyd, Quenton Floyd and Brandon Floyd, along with a host of cousins, nieces and other grieving relatives and friends. Harold will be missed by Senator Victor Crist, in whom he found friendship, guidance and support; and also by Julian Garcia, Jr., executive director of the University Area Community Development Corporation and the entire UACDC family. There will not be a wake; however, the remains may be viewed at the church between 9:30-10:30 a. m. on Saturday morning, January 9, 2010, just prior to the service. Arrangements have been entrusted to ADAMS & JENNINGS FUNERAL HOME. Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa Florida 33610 ANDERSON L 1-: D 813-237-5775 Personalized Fum i r a l Services Shipping & Cremation Our Fan1ilv Can 1\'leet Your Family's C RISIS Ft;"N'F.RAI. PRIC aOtAt;a< .ES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MR. JAMES BELlAMY Homegoing services for Mr. James Bellamy "Breeze" o f 4506 Dolphin Dr., who departed this life Monday, January 4, 2010, peacefully at his home with his devoted wife at his side, will be held Saturday, January 9, 2010. at 3:30 p. m at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco Street, Rev B artholomew Banks, pastor, officiating. Mr. Bellamy was born November 11, 1926, in Monticello, Florida, to the late David and Laura Williams. He spent most of his life in Tampa, where he worked for Tampa Brake Company until his retirement in 1991. He was affiliated with Peace Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Goins. James was an extraordinary man with an unconditional love for his family. He will be missed by all who came in contact with him; because of his huge heart, wisdom and a wonderful sense of humor. He enjoyed fishing and spending time with family. James was preceded in death by: his parents; and siblings, Louise, Clarence and Freddie Williams. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife, Mary; 2 sons, James Bellamy and Johnny Gaines and wife, Mae Frances; several grandchildren; 6 sisters, Retha Williams, Mary Gunner and Josephine Parker, all of Rochester, NY, Dorothy Green and Mary Montgomery of Tampa, and Nellie Akins (Jerome) of Monticello; 2 brothers, David (Loretta) Williams and Glenn Williams (Gladys) of Tampa; brotherin-law, Jimmy Walker, St. Petersburg; goddaughter, Rose West of Tampa; 2 loving aunts, Frances Romans of Rochester, NY, and Lenora Williams of Vero Beach, FL; uncle, Louis Williams of Rochester, NY; sisters-in-law, Thelma Williams of Piscataway, NJ, and Susie Williams of Miami; special nephew, Freddie Miller Gust like a son); other loving family members, the Drews, Jones, Bagley, Gentry and Ross families; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing was held at Aikens Funeral Home on Thursday, January 7, 2010, from 4-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfUneralhome.net MS. JACQUELIN MARIE CROSS Homegoing services for Ms. Jacquelin Marie Cross of 4101 E. 9 7th Avenue, who was called home t o her heavenl y Father on January 4, 2010, will b e held Saturday, January 9, 2010, a t 10 a. m at Bible-Bused Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace, 8 7 18 N. 46th Street, Rev Earl B. Mason, Sr., Th.D., pastot, officiating. Interment will bd in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Jacquelin was born in Ocala, Florida, on May 28, 1950, to the late Shelly Cross, Sr. and Blanche Cross. She graduated from Middleton High School, class of 1969. She went on to graduate from Nova Southeastern Univers ity. She worked for Hillsborough County Headstart for 18 years. She also worked at The Spring of Tampa Buy, until she retired due to her health. She was preceded in death by: her father; sister, Loretta E Williams; and brothers, Kenneth and Lorenzo Cross. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: her dedicated daughter, Tomeka (Ron) Kinsey; mother, Blanche Cross; longtime friend, Booker T. Washington; 6 brothers, Shelly (Gaither) Cross, Gary (Elouise) Cross, Sr., Costell Cross, Rollie James Cross, Herhert Cross and Mitchell Cross; 3 sisters, Billie Stennett, Rebecca Robinson and Deborah Cross-Williams; 2 grandsons, Carrington and Chandler Kinsey; 2 aunts, Addie Woodard and Carrie Howell; uncle, James Woodard, all of Ocala, FL; nieces and nephews, Patrick Carter, Kimberly-Carter, Tammie Fowler, Barrington Whyte, Tracy Robinson, Kenia Cross, Jerry Robinson, Jr., Todd Wilson, Gary Cross, Jr., Carliss Stennett, Carla ,Stennett, Andrew Robinson, Shellina Cross, Genelle Cross, Michael Moore, Christina Willia_ms, Warren and Brianna Williams; law, Leo Williams; a host"of other great nieces, nephews and cousins; devoted friends, Bonnie Dukes, Mary Underwood, Rudean Crawley and Evelyn King; and caregivers, Bertha Williams, Ms. Molly and Arielle. The viewing was held Thursday, January 7, 2010, from 4-7 and Friday from 5-8 p. m. The family received friends on Thursday from 6-7 p.m. The family and friends are. -asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net earth tias No That ti{laV{ln Cannot ti{lal. H o megoing se vic s for Mrs. Minnie Lee Me ni .Johnson who o n Friday .January 1 2010, the Lotd whisp 'r"d softl y and all d her hom to rest will b e h ld Snhudny, January 9, 2010, at 10:30 a m. a t Faith Life hur h 4902 Busch Blvd., Pastor Jnnc McDonnough with Minister Gail Anderson officiating. Interment will be in Orang Hill Cemetery. Minnie was born March 3 1938, in Cairo, Georgia, to the late Freeman and Lucindn Dozier. She wus a grndu a t of the Grady County School System. In 1958, s h e mov d tu Tampa and was unit d in mat-riage to the late hurl s McNeal. Later, in life s h e wa unit d in maniage to the love of her life, Ray Johnson r. and there s h e fulfilled her vows for fotty-six years of "till death do u s part". Minnie was employed at the Royal Plaza for fifteen year then later she retired aftet twenty years of service from the office of Attorney Steve Levine. Mrs. Johnson confessed Christ at an early age; she wa a member of Faith Life Church, Tampa. Minnie was a marvelour mother, gracious grandmother, and a terrific great and great, great grandmother. Her greatest joy was to bd with her children and play cards on the weekend. She was preceded in death by: her parents Mr. and Mrs. Freeman (Lucinda) Dozier; and two brothers Willie C. Dozier and Willie Frank Dozier. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: a loving husband, Ray Johnson, Sr.; 10 children, Joann Atkins (Curtis), Diane McNeal (William), Charles McNeal, Annette House (Napoleon), James Battle (Allegra), Jacqueline Jopnson (Anthony), Carolyn McNeal (Remy), Gwendolyn McNeal (Tony), Tony Johnson and Derrick Johnson (Leticia), all of Tampa; 3 ste'P children, Evelyn Lucas (Ash),' Mae Liza Bellamy, and Robert Lee Johnson (Lillian), Jacksonville; grandchildren, Leroy Brown, Chris Sanders, Kesha Dozier, Kella Dozier, Paul Williams, Sebrina Ellis, Katurah McNeal, Carl Askew, Kimberly Askew, Laverne Jackson, Chastity McNeal, Tawanda Jackson, Rhonda Jackson, Horace Sheppard, Shenale Jelks, Reginald Jelks, Tamika Brown Teresa Jelks, Harriett Hillman, Harold Hillman, Rakim Philon, James Battle, Tashara Reese, Jannail McNeal, Remy Kerrolle, Timothy Kick, Donna McNeal, Nicole McNeal, Charles McNeal, Continued On Page 19-A


jcontinued From Page 18-Aj Richard \Valton, Tonia Derrick Johnson. Darious Darielle Johnson, Dariona and Cedrina :\lc:"o'eal ; 59 great J::randchildren and 7 great, great grandchildren; brother, Charlie Dozier (Flossie) of Jacksonville; several nieces and nephews some of whom are: Sabrin a H endley, Faye Tyson and James Dozier, a ll of Jacko.onville; s i s ter-inlaw, Vera Lee Allen ( H enry); devot e d friends, Yvonne and J a mes Sande r s Andrew Scagglioni and Ric h ard Nava1-ro; a host of othe r sor rowin g r elatives and friends too numerous to mentio n T h e viewin g will be held on Friday from 5-8 p. m. a t Aike n s Funeral Home. Family and friends a r e asked to meet a t the churc h on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. AUTHOR ROBERTS Homegoing services for Mr. Author Roberts of 5613 Cookman Dr., who passed away Saturday, January 2 2 .010, will be held Saturday: January 9, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Sinai A. M. E. Zion Church, 2909 N. Nebraska Ave., Rev. Lillian Zakay, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service at 1:45 p. m. was born January 12, 1952, ,1n Ft. Myers, FL. He attended Howard W. Blake Sr. High School in 1970 and left to join the Breckenridge J'?b Corp, where he hts certification in auto mechanics. He was employed with Diamond Crystal Salt Company for over 25 years. He also was employed with Fed X and was recognized as one of the prestigious members of the "Dream Team" where he received a pin and plaque for his outstanding service. '1 Author was a former member of Mt. Sinai AME Zion Church where he served on the usher board and The Sons of Varick. He transitioned from Mt. Sinai in 2003 following God's instructions to support his son, Marcus Roberts in his ministry. Author served as an Armor Bearer and as Head Usher for the ministry. He was very active in the Palm River Community at Southeast Little League for over 18 years. Because of his out_standing participation dunng that period of time be received several accolades. One of which was Jr. League Baseball All-Star Coach and Big League District Championship Coach. Also Author was an active coach for the Tampa Spartans Boys and Girls Club of West Tampa. He was most affectionately I.. no'' n L oot,r .. in till becau'c of hi, mechanica l abililie,. lkcau..,e of .\uthor' s heart. he madl himselfa,ailable to be a ing by pro,;ding Quality \\Ork to those in their time of need. Author's parents, Johnnie :\lac Williams and his stepfather, Willie Williams preceded him in death. He met the love of his life Belinda J. Carson when she was 1 5 and per his words, "Th e firs t lime I saw her I was fascinated and knew I would marry her." Of tha t marriage were born two children Marcu s and Clifford Roberts. Author leaves to cherish in memory: his devote d and loving wife of .37 years, Belinda; two sons, Marcus Roberts and wife, Stephanie and Clifford Roberts and wife, Ashley; four grand-children, athanie l Aunrii, Aubree and Khaleb Roberts; four aunts, Aliyce Williams (Jacksonville), Alfrieda Lias and husband, Jesse and Mamie Williams (Lehigh Acres, FL) and Rosal y n (Ft. Myers); two uncles, Arlo Frances (Ft. Myers) and Richard Carson (Tampa); three great aunts, Graci e Harris (Brooksville), Annie Erby (Tampa), Vonceal D ell and husband, L. B (Rochester, NY); g1eat uncle Willie James and wife, Mat; (Sarasota); and a hos t of cousins, nieces and nephews ; four sisters-in-law, Mary Johnson and husband, Marion, Patricia Bates and husband, Edward, and Gwenda Carson, all of Tampa, and Stephanie Hickman of Radcliff, KY; and a host of friends. The famiiy will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet a t thechurch for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralbome.net HOLIDAY MEMORIAM GREG PARKS Not only on holidays, all throughout the year we miss you very dearly 'and yes we still shed tears. Mom and family. MR. MICHAEL ANDREA WILLIAMS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Michael Andrea Williams, Sr. of Tampa who passed away Thursday, Decembet 31, 2009, will be h eld on Saturday, January 9 2010, at 1 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2 708 E. D1. Martin Luther King, Jr. Bl v d ., Rev. Dr. Linda Reese, Sr., Pastor of Pilgrims Rest M. B Church officiating. Interment will b e in Orange Hill Cemetery. Michael was born January 31 1958, in Cordele, Geoq,,'ia He attended the public schools of Hillsbotough County and was a graduate of Jefferson High School. He entered the United States Army for several years and was honorably dischatged after dedicated service. cooking, playIng mustcal Instruments the base guitar and keyboard. also spending ttme wtth hts family and friends. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Theresa Williams; children, Shalonda Roberts, Mario Williams and Marquetta Williams (Cornelius, Sr.); grandchildren, Ronisha, Roshonda, Robert, Emaria, Niyah and Cornelius, Jr.; great grandchildren, Isaiah, Eliyah and Earl; mother, Willie Mae Williams; brothers Terrell Williams, Russell Sr., and Jimmie Williams, III (Iesha); sister, Rosalinde and husband, Teryl; stster-in-law, Patrice Daniels; nephews, Russell, Jr., Maurice, Rashod, Justin, Blake, Austin and Aaron grandmothers, Estella and Mildred Bryant; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held _Friday, January 8, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MS. LEE DORA BLAKE Homcgoing set vices for Ms. Lee Dora Blake will be held Saturday, Janum y 9, 2010, at 1 p. m. at First Baptist Church Of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevc u d Tampa, 33619, with Pas to1 Samuel Maxwell, officiating. lnte1mcnt will be private. Ms. Lee Dora Sweet Blake born on May 1 1944, in Qutncy, FL. She was the youngest child of the late Joseph and Rosa Lee Sweet Lee Do1a attended schools in Gadsden County and s h e was a graduate of Oakwood College in Alabama. Lee Dora accepted Christ at an early age in Quincy, FL. and later joined Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church in. Tampa, where she continued her. membership until her death. Lee Dora moved to Tampa in the late 1960s and she met and married Gerald Blake and to this union two children were born. Lee Dora was blessed with a heart of serving and caregiving until her health disabled her. Her daughters, grandchildren and other family members cared for her in Tampa, until she requested to return home to Quincy, FL, where her sister cared for her until her death on January 3 2010. Lee Dora was a warm and compassionate person that never met a stranger. Those who knew her would say that she spent her life serving God, family and others. She was preceded in death by: Gerald Blake (husband); Joseph and Rosa weet (parents); siblings, Pearlic Mae Jones and Nathaniel Cole (Detroit, MI), Lena Mae Sweet and Robert Lee Sweet (Tampa). Lee Dora Sweet leaves to cherish her memories: three children, Anna Blake, Yolanda Blake and Sherita Harris House (Nathaniel), all of Tampa, five siblings, Eva Jones Stanley (Milton) of Detroit, Ml, Willie Lee Sweet (Lucille) of Tampa, Herbert Lee Sweet (Thelma) of Tampa, Rosa Lee Sweet of Quincy, and Nancy Sweet McLaurin (James) of St. Petersburg; six grandchildren, Waymon Harris Miosha Mathews, Darrell (D: J.) Mathews, Lee Andra Mathews, AI Kelly and Stephen Josh McCarty, all of Tampa; two great grandchildren, Theanna Harris and Theoyonte Humphrey, both of Tampa; best friend, Ann Harris; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. The wake for Ms. Lee Dora Blake will be held Friday evening from 8 9 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home :Il 0 l> l'hapl'l .'illll:.! :"otth 40th _-< Strl'l'l. ramp I : \ :\hiO. c... Fritnds tlw honll' l> tributt ISI..td tu Z I""' l' Ill b ll It t h l' (' h II r (' h It C l> :Il -< (X) Homegoing ser v ices fo1 M1 Vestin Mingo, J1., who passed uwuy on Fridny, Janun1y 1 2010, will be held Saturday, J anuary 9, 2010, at 1\) 0 ..... 0 1 p m at New Greater Friendship M. B. Churc h -E. Emma trect Tumpu, w1th Rev. Madison Murray, pas to1 ofiiciuting. lntctmcnt will follow in R s t Hav n Memorial Park. 0 Mr. Vestin Mingo, Jr. was u :::0 native ofTumpu. H e was born 0 to Vestin Mingo, Sr. and )> Sheila Btown. CJ) Mr. Mingo was educated in m the public schools of Z Hillsborough County and was ::j a graduate of Howard W. Z Blake High School class of 2002. He was employed at 1 Lakeshore Retirement Village. 1 Mr. Mingo was preceded in r death by: his grandparents Darcil and Andrew Hancock: z great grandmother, Marion; aunt, Valeriea Williams; and uncle Kennedy m Stillings. C He leaves to cherish his CJ) memory: his wife, Jessica :r: Bankston; a loving and devot-m ed mother, Sheila Brown' and 0 father, Anthony Riley; m hts father, Vestin Mingo, Sr.; grandmother, Gwen Davis 2 J:J sisters, Sheneika Kilpatri,ck -< and Priscilla Kilpatrick -i (Lawrence); 3 brothers C Markease Kilpatrick, rn Mingo and James Mingo; 0 aunts, Sharpe, Lisa Atelonte (Roan}, Sonja ......, Stillings, Terrie West )> (Michael) and Robin Z Williams; uncle, Robert 0 Williams; cousins, Artis ., Hancock, Arlis a Williams J:J (Reggie), Marquita (Ray) 0 Fred, Patricia Buchanan' Roan Atelonie, Jr:, and J,asmine Sharpe; a host of other relatives. The wake for Mr. Vestin Mingo, Jr. will be held Friday evening from 7-7:45 p.m. at Harmon Funeral Home Chapel, 5002 North 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the homegoing tribute are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45p. m. A HARMON BURIAL. G') m ..... CD I )>


0 .,.... 0 N co >!I: <: :::> z <: ..., c a: LL. c z < c CJ) w ;:) .... ii: w > w c w :::r::: CJ) :::i m ;:) 0. z t= w ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z j::: z w CJ) < c a: 0 ..J LL. Funerals/Memoriams MS. ANNIE RUTH WALL (BLACK GAL) Homegoing services for Ms. Annie Ruth Wall (Black Gal) will be h eld Saturday, January 9 2010, at 2 p m. at Northsi.:!"' Missionary Baptist Church, 5 706 N 40th Street, Tampa, with Rev. Ricardo Robinson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Annie Ruth Wall was born November 19, 1948, in Waycross, GA, to the late M1 Johnnie Mack and Alice McCory (mother). She attended Central High School in Georgia. Ms. Annie Ruth Wall is preceded in death by: her father, Mr. Johnnie Mack; mother, Alice McCory; son, David C. Wall, Jr.; daughter-in-law, June Wall; nephews, Demetius Freeman and Donnell Williams. Ms. Annie Ruth Wall leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Juanita Wall; son, Anthony Brye; sister, Inez Freeman (Tommie); grand-_daughter, Senitea A. Dennis; grandson, David C. Wall, III; great granddaughter, Davianna M. Wall; nephews, Daniel L. Cummins and Johnnie L. Williams; niece, LaTisha M. Cummins; devoted friends, David C. Wall, Sr., and family; Marchel GreenWall, Louise Brown, Liz, Rebecca, Bernard; goddaughters, Barbara Elson; godson, Larry; and a host of other relatives and friends. The wake for Ms, Annie Ruth Wall (Black Gal) will be held Friday evening from 6-6:45 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends and family are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p.m. to attend the homegoing service. A HARMON BURIAL. MR. JAKE DOUGLAS FORMAN, SR. Mr. Jake Douglas Forman, Sr., of 3609 Gulf City Road, Ruskin, FL, passed away Tuesday, December 29, 2009, at Sun City Center Hospice. A homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, January 9, 2010, at Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 1921 E. Comanche Street, Tampa, Dr. Zachary Hudson, pastor, with Rev. Cornelius Pate, Sr., eulogist. He was born on April 11, 1942, to Jake and Julia Forman in Green Pond, South Carolina. He later moved to Tampa. Douglas worked at Commercial Roof Deck for many years. He was an excellent fisherman. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Julia Forman; and brother, Sam Simmons He leaves to mourn: a devoted wife, Mae Pearl. He leaves fond memories with: his daughters, Gloria, Sandra Ashley (Earl), and Yvonne Jenrette, all of Tampa, Kolanda Hall (Steve), and Anna Rosario (Everett), both of Ruskin, Maria West -(Greg) and Silvia Brown (Aaron); sons, Jake Douglas, Jr. (Beverly) of Tampa, Melvin (Saudia) of TN, Corey (Brandy) of Ft. Lauderdale, Michael Rosario (Nydia) of FtMyers, Angel Rosario (Shonda) of Atlanta, GA, Jose Rosario (Becky) of Ruskin, Pedro Rosario of Virginia, Rutledge of Green Pond, SC, and Alfie J. of St. Petersburg; brothers, Willie (Eva), Cephus (Christine) and Ernest, all of Tampa; sisters, Yvonne Sellars (James), and Ruby Coston (Gary), both of Tampa; 33 grandchildren and one great grand; a host of nieces, nephews, and other sorrowing relatives and friends; and special friends, James Williams, Larry Reese and John Wells. Visitation for Mr. Jake Forman, Sr., will be held on Friday, January 8, 2010, at Integrity Memorial Chapel, 3822 E l 7t":f\venue, Tampa, from s-8 pi'm. friends are asked to assemble at the church for the funeral service at 10:45 a. m. INTEGRITY FUNERAL SERVICES. the highest in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net MRS. GERTRUDE 'GERT' THOMAS BURDGESS Mrs. Gertrude "Gcrt" Thomas Burdgess of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, December 31 2009. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, January 9, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend, Michael K. Bouie, Pastor of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, officiating. Mrs. Burdgess was a native of Miccosukee, Florida, prior to relocating to Palmetto and then to Tampa. She attended the public schools in Miccosukee, Florida. She was preceded in death by: her parents, George and Nellie Thomas; daughter, Gloria Jean; a sister, Margaret Dunbar; and brothers, Dave Thomas, Price Thomas, James Thomas and J. C. Thomas. She leaves to cherish her memory: a grandson, Derrick Burdgess of Tampa; 7 great grandchildren, Gloria Burdgess Lewis, Derrick Eugene, Justin, Jared, Nacarious and Tripp Burdgess and Joseph Sales; 2 great, great grandchildren, Kaleigh and Quintin Lewis, Jr.; sisters, Essie Steplight, Eliza McGriff and Connie Ford; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. IN MEMORIAM RANDALLM. HARRELSON Another year passed. Loving you still -missing you as much. Mom, Mark and fantily. MS. MARTHA JAMES M s Martha James of 1 :102 W. Main Street. passed away Thursday December 31 2009. Funeral Services will be conducted Saturday, January 9 2010, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill with Reverend Evan Burrows, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Hnven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. James was a native of Quincy, FL, and a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill. She was preceded in death by: her parents, George and Mary Goodson; brothers, George, Steve, Samuel and Freddie Goodson; sisters, Florence Butler and Maxia Stephens; and grandchildren, Edward James, Jr. and Vernell Washington. She leaves to cherish her memory: 2 sons of Tampa, Edward Lee James, Sr. and Lovette L. Clark, Sr.; her only daughter, Carolyn Payne; sisters, Mary Goodson (her twin), Quincy, FL, Aza Lee Peoples, Decatur, GA, Mattie McNail of Tampa, and Kizzie Croxton, Quincy, FL; sisterin-law, Lula Mae Davis of Quincy, FL; brother-in-law, Lester Byrd of New _Jersey; grandchildren, Angela Tolbert, Elrica Wright, Nikia James, Kaytrina JamesCeasar, Shannon JamesTiffaney, Chris Cant, Lovett Clark, Jr., Ashley Clark Smith, Edward James, III, Sherena Daniel, and Tavaris Thomas, all of Tampa; stepdaughter, Dana Thomas of Clearwater; 52 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren; nieces, JoAnn Williams, Tampa, and Bridget Smith; nephews, Nathaniel Stephens, Robert Stephens and wife, Helena of Miami, FL, Albert Goodson, Tampa, Jack Goodson (G_ladys), Quincy, FL, Horace Payne (Vickie), and Sandy Payne (Shirley); godson, Charles Warren; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends; special mention of Sister Louise Williams. .,, The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, January 8, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. MOLLIE JOHNSON M1s. Mollie ,Johnson of 7906 Croton Avenue, pussed awuy Sunday, .Jnnuury 2010. Funcn1l services will be conducted Sntuniny, .Jutuuuy 9 2010, at 3 p. m. ut Ray Willinms Mcmodnl Chapel, 301 N. Hownrd Avenue, with Pastor Frank Cody, officiuting. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mrs. Mollie Johnson wus a native of Luke City, FL, and 11 resident of Tnmpu for 65 yenrs. She attended Richardson High School in Luke City, FL, and was 11 member of First Missionary Baptist Church in Luke City, FL. She was preceded in dcuth by: her purcnts, Churlie und Marie Johnson; husbund, Otto Johnson; daughter, Palmsy F .untroy; brother, Julius Johnson; and sister, Elizabeth Brothers. She leaves to cherish he1 memory: children, Willie Mac Brittingham (John), Otto Johnson, III, Lola Hitchcock (Eddie), Lolita Johnson, T1oy Johnson (Delores), Lorraine Johnson (Michuel), and Rcginuld Johnson; grandchildren, Troy Adams, Willie (Eddie) Hitchcock, III, Troy Johnson, Jr., Felicia Birts (Leonard), Charsetta Lane, Juan Patton, Kenyat Patton and Ashleigh Floyd; greut grandchildren, Leila Birts, and Lamarus Birts; cousins, Gwen Campbell, Ray Johnson and children of Miami; s _onin-law, James Fantroy; and a host of sorrowing friends The remains will repose after 5 p. m. Friday, January 8, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangement entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Nor.thern, Owners. IN MEMORIAM ST. 1j1oj82-1/5/2007 Missing you. Love always, Enodsia.


Funerals/Card of Thanks MRS. MILDRED H. REED Mrs. Mildred H Reed of 1908 w. Walnut Street, passed away Wednesday, December 30, 2009. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, J anuary 9 2010, at 11 a. m at Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, 2606 West Grace Street, Rever end T. D. Leonard, pastor, with Elder Leroy Turner, officiating. Interment will follow in Res t Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mildred H. Reed was born January 19 1943, in Stuart, FL, to the late Raymond and Eva Louise Poole. She was the eldest of nine children. Mrs. Reed was educated in the Martin County Public School System. She moved to Tampa in 1973 and was employed with the Hillsborough County School System Custodial Services prior to her retirement. Mrs. Reed was a loyal and faithful servant of God and was a member of King Boulevard Baptist Church, under the leadership of her husband, Elder Joseph Reed. She was preceded in death by her loving parents, Raymond and Eva Louise Poole. She leaves to chedsh fond and loving memories: her loving and devoted husband of 31 years, Elder Joseph L. Reed; two stepchildren, Linda L. Burgman and Minister William Gatewood; two step grandchildren, Patrice Hopkins and Isaiah L. Burgman; godchildren, Angela Washington, Alva Clemmons, Hillary Davis, Nadine Long, Kennedy Green, Tonia Singleton, Teaka Walker, Priscilla Watson, and Phyllis Farmer; extended family, Reginald (Valerie) Reed, Chicago, lllinois, Renee E. Thomas (Jeffrey), Tiffany, Chariase, and Latriase Thomas and Francesca Reed, Chicago, Illinois; godmother, Martha Thompson, Tampa; four sisters, Luanna Poole, Sebring, FL, Brenda Quaintance and Mary Poole, Palmetto' FL, and Sandra Poole-McFarlan; .(Walbert), Bradenton, FL; brothers, Clyde (Mary) Poole, Jerome (D-eb-ra) POole, Bradenlon, Randolph Poole, Williston, FL, and Andre Poole, North Port, FL; sister-in-law, Lillie Mae Robinson; nine aunts, Willeva Holmes, Stuart, FL, Joyce Holloway, Augusta, GA, Margaret Willis, Jensen Beach, FL, Gloria Byrd, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Ruth McGirt, St. Petersburg, Charlie Mae White, Jensen Beach, FL, Gracie Poole, Bradenton, Martha Lee Green, Palmetto, FL, and Alma Nelson, Rochester,. NY; five uncles, Leonard Poole, Palmetto, FL, Walter Eugene Holmes, Jensen Beach, FL, Willie Murray, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, Henry Murray, Augusta, GA, and George Willis Holmes, St. Petersburg; nieces and nephews, Alphonso Thomas, Gregory Thomas, Stacey Thuma,, Latil..i Poole. :\ic l..ie Poole. Ja,rodu Poole. Shanlal' Sa.lmon. h:eingei Pooll'. Cl'dric Juhnathan \\' a iter,. Ch de Poole. Jr., Harm.inn Quaintance. Starc:ee Brown. Trema) nl' 'Nilliamson, Robyn :\lurrl'll. Kennard Poole, and Andre Poole, Jr.; spec:ial great nephew/godchild, Travis .Salmon; great nieces and nephews, Deon Thomas, Brienne Thomas, Annielle Timmons, Malcolm Curry, Dominique Poole, Jada Thomas, Ajani Pool e Nashaya Bermingham, Meikya Thomas, Jcnissa Poole, Ced.-ic.: Brooks, Jt CeMya Btooks, Cydnee Brooks, Trinity Poole, Jayden Quaintance, Jia Quainta nce, Keinygeih Poole, Aryanna Waiters, Deshane Banks, Jr.; step grandmother, Minnie Holmes, Jensen Beach, FL; cousins, Aza Lee Hill, Isadore "Billy" and Dorothy Reed, Monica R. B enton, Dori Blanc, Calvin Nelson (Mary Alice), Tony Poole, Theresa Jackson and Reginald Holmes; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains \ Viii repose after 5 p m ., Friday, January 8, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. RONALD WARCHESTER Mr. Ronald Warchester of 13601/2 Spruce Street, passed away Thursday, December 31, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 9, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mr. Ronald Warchester was a native of Syracuse, New York, and a resident ofTampa for 10 years. He attended Carver Elementary School, Tampa, and Southside High Scliool, Newark, New Jersey. H:e was employed as a .barber and fisherman in Tampa. Mr. Ronald Warchester was preceded in death by: his father, Vernon Warchester; and sister, Carolyn Elijah Ahmadi. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Mrs. Willie Mae Elijah; stepfather, Mr. James Elijah, both of Fort Pierce, FL; sister, Mrs. Sandra Orr:Mask (Monte) of Sherman, Texas; brother, Mr. Vernon Gaskins of Brooklyn, New York; aunt, Helen Stanback Marie Hobley (Ray), 'alt of Tampa; uncle, Horace Barnes of Albany, New York; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, and cousins. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. Friday, .January 8, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted 'to -Ray Williams Funeral Home, R:hodes & OwDers. BRO. WILUE D. GRIER, SR. Brother Willie D. Grier, Sr. was called home to be with the Lord on January 1, 2010, at the age of 66. Homegoing service will be held on Saturday, January 9, 2010, at 11 a m at Calvaty Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 10930 N. Highway 301, Thonotosassa, FL, 33592, with the pasto1, Reverend James A. Wolfe, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Grier was bo1n on May 21, 1943, in Dawson, Georgia, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy (Birdie Lockett) Grier. He was the 10th child of 11 children. Mr. Grier attended public schools in Terrell county, Georgia. Later in 1955 he moved to .Florida with his family and became a Tampa resident. He was a truck driver for Florida Steel Corporation, J. B. Hunt, Inc., Charg.er Trucking and Sunbelt Company. During his 35-year driving career he achieved the 1 Million Miles Without Preventable Accident Award from the National Safety Council and logged over 3 million miles. Mr. Grier was also a School Crossing Guard. Mr. Grier received the Holy Ghost and was baptized at Calvary Tabernacle by Reverend James A. Wolfe on March 12, 1982, and remained a faithful member until his death. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories: his loving and devoted wife of 39 years, Hattie Mae Grier; his loving children, Willie Grier, Jr., Charlotte D. Grier and Dewayne Vickerson; three precious grandchildren, Jasmine, Micah and Celeste Grier; his two sisters, Bernice Thomas and Zepherine Pringle of Tampa; three aunts, Ella Mae Grier of Parrolt, GA, Minnie Lee Lockett of Columbus, GA, and Eveline Countryman of Jacksonville;-brothers and sisters-in-law, John and Vera Kelly, Leroy and Betty Kelly, Felix and Aretha Kelly, Marin Pringle, Rev. Jacob Jordan, Ollie Mae Kelly, Mollie Ashley, Willie Mae Kelly, Ernestine Kelly; Katherine Grier and Maude Kelly; a host of devoted nieces, nephews, cousins and including church family and Visitation for Mr. Willie Grier, Sr., will be held on Friday, January 8, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church. Friends and family are requested to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MRS. RUTH TUCKER KENNEDY !\Irs. Ruth Tucler Kennedy was born in Tampa, on Augu;t 19 1933, to the late Mr. and Mrs. Rubin (Minnie) Tucker. She grew up in Tampa and Dunnellon, Florida. Mrs. Tucker attended the local schools. As adults, she and he1 twin, Naomi moved to Roches te1 New York, and lived there for over thirtyfive years, retutning to Tampa in 1999 Ruth was raised in the church and baptized a Baptis t. She was p1eceded in death by: her parents; brothers, Nathaniel, Sr., Willie and Rubin Tucker; and sisters, Mamie, Minnie, Alice and Naomi Tucker. She leaves to mourn her passing: nieces, Elizabeth Tucker Futch (Felton, J1.); Laura Thomas (Bernard, Sr.), Linda Jones and family, Patricia Tucker and family, Verlon Tucker, Yusmeen Leon (Learnon), Tonyu Moultrie (Ben, Sr.), Brenda Tucker, Cathy Jolly, Crystal Jolly, Ariel Stevens, Megan Moultrie, Daria Leon and Lauren Moultrie; nephews, Anthony Tucker (Von), Terrell Tucker (Sandra), Bernard Thomas, Jr., Kadeem Davis, Malik Davis, Ben Moultrie, Jr. and Roger Jackson, Jr.; cousins, Bernice Porter, James Jones, Geneva Gladden, Buster Jones, Rubin Jones and Rayfield Tillman; (riends, the Kennedy family; and a host of friends and neighbors at the River Pines Apartment Complex. The family will celebrate her life with a private memorial service on Saturday, January 9. 2010. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com "The Voice of Our Comlnunity Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 :D c Funernl SCI' icc fo' r M Puige hioma Obi, t8, of Valrico, who \VIIS visit d b y the unge l of death at Brundon Regional Hospital, Brnndon, on Friday, D cember 25, 2009, will be h eld uturduy, January 16 2010, at 11 n. m at Unity Africnn Methodist Episcopal Church, 1013 W. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Seffnct, FL, Rev. Ricky A. Polk, pastor, with Eldet Elton Butler, officiating. Interment will follow in Unity African Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery. Ms. Obi leaves to cherish memories of her with: parents, Celestine and Shondu Obi; sister, Jade Obi; brotl) ers, Leonard Obi, Jonuthan Ross (Tiara), Brundon Ross and Jeremy Ross; grandparents Obie and Willie B. Henry of Vero Beach, FL; and a ho t of uncles, aunts, cousins and other relatives and f1iends. Paige was loved by her family and friends and she will be missed. A native of Georgia, Ms. Obi was a resident in the Tampa area since 1997 She was a graduate of Jefferson High School, Class of 2009 and was a student at HCC (Dale Mabry Campus). She was also a member of Unity African Methodis t Episcopal Church. Ms. Obi was also a dedicated employee of Sweet Bay Supermarket. A wake service will be held Saturday, January 9, 2010, at 7 p. m. at Unity African Methodist Episcopal Churcb, 1013 W. Dr.Martin Luthe' r King, Jr. Blvd, Seffner, FL. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhorne.com CARD OF THANKS MRS. VERA ENGRAM The family of the late Mrs. Vera Engram wishes to express our sincere gratitude for all acts of kindness rendered during our sad time. Special thanks to Keeney Chapel U. M. Church and Harmon Funeral Home Staff. Blessings, the Family. c.. )> z c )> :D -< 1\l 0 .... 0 'T1 r 0 :D C/) m z m r;m c: r r z c: aJ r Cii :::t m 0 m < m -t C: m C/) 0 )'> z c 'T1 :D c m N .... I )'>


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'To their union were born two beautiful children: Mariah and vincent, Jr. Vincent was known for his beautiful smile, great sense of h\lmor and most of all spending time with the love of his life, Mira and their children. \'incent was employed by Hillsborough Sehoul Board a a bus driver at the time of his demi e ; a job he reall y loved and took pride i n doing. H is favorit e h obby was fi shing. Vincent was precede d in death by: his g r andmothe r Minnje B. West ; uncles, Willie Salter and T yrone \\'est; and great grandmothers, Rosa L. Graham and Ethel Salter. He leaves to cheri h memories of him: a de oted wife, Mira Thomas; 2 children, Mariah Thomas and Vincent Thomas, Jr.; parents, S haron Haywood, Dennis Leach and Jerry West ; brothers, Charles T homas, Lamont Allen (Denise), Jerry \Vest Jr., Jerrell West, Jervonte \Vest Jermaine West and Jerrin West; s i s ters, T ammy Lands (Virgil), Jericka West, J ernequa \Vest, Jerlisha We' s t Latoya West and Lastisha West; aunts, Debra \Vest, Yvonne West (Sam), Angel a Richardson (James), Carmen West, Judy West, Mae Frances Leach and Joyce Leach; uncles, King West, Larry West (Tanya) and Julius West; great aunts and uncles, Louise Johnson, Nathaniel West, Alyce Singleton (John), Vivian Saulters, Betty Lewis and Shelia Harden (Percy); motherin-law, Helen Vann; fathei-inlaw, David Hill, Sr.; s i ster-in law, Annie Vann; brother-inlaw, David Hill, Jr.; mentor and godfather, Dwayne Starks; and special friend, Tony Black (deceased); and a host of other uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. The remain will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, January 8 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A \VILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralome.com ., can't:afioi-d lo provide leSs. thari than .... .. .. ":: poSSihle. .: .. ..... .. .?J-:.. .: ._You're.riotjust oitr our boss. _:,: .. ....... : .... ; .. ofwhO.we're ...... ... .. one we. answerro. ._ _. 3. We_.mange funeralS, we sell them. : "It IS our to honor \\'ishes and ; respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. like you, we are a part of this community e supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arnmging a fitting tribute is imponant to you, and you dont ro be rushed. FUNERAL HOME llll N. 29th St Tampa, FllJlOS (tm) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.coin Wayne l Bright Manager MS. HELEN BROWN A celebration for Ms. H e l e n Brown, who passed away December 24, 2009, will b e h eld Saturday, January 9, 2010 from 5-7 p. m at 2417 E. 99th Avenue. Ms. Brown was a lifelong resident of Tampa. She was preceded in death b y : her mother, Mary Lee Humphrey; and sister, Louvina Clark. She leaves to cheris h her memories: daughter Tonyialisa Roundtree; grandson, Stephon Roundtree; father, Luther Humphrey; sisters, Sonia Humphrey, Diane McClendon, Patricia Terry and Juanita Wesley; brothers, Johnny Austin and Larry Palmore; special cousin, Dorothy Gordon; close friends of the family, Michelle Martin, Mattie Martin and John Ruffin; and a host of other relatives and friends. THERE \VILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING. Celebration of life for family and friends. CARD OF THANKS THOMAS AUSTIN The family of the late Thomas Austin would like to express our thanks for your prayers and all acts of kindness shown during our time of bereavement! Special thanks to: New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor Webb, IntegritY Funeral Services, Jan Austin, Gloria Castillo, Kieron Speights and the entire staff, a host of friends and Solo Sisters, Ciara Sims and Lucille Howell; and family. Thank you. The AustinFamily!! IN MEMORIAM GLORIA JEAN BAGLEY BROWN We love you and miss you always. Your children, Robert and Tootsic. APPRECIATION MR. WILLIE D. NEVES, SR. The family of M1. Willie D Neves, S r extends to each of you ou1 hemtfell gratitude fo your love, prayers and suppo t dming the passing of ou precious loved one. May God ichly bless each of you. Beverly B. Neves, Alma Hollinger, M atga c t Williams and family Special thanks to La Chery l Aikens and Aikens Functnl Home for an outstanding ser vice; "second to none." AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THANKS We, the family of Darrell S. 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Crimes 12-Year-Oid Gets Probation In cousin's Death On Wednesday in Marietta, Georgia, a 12-year-old Tampa boy was sentenced to tw o year s of probation in the death of his infant cousin. Th e bo y was visiting rel a tives o n Jul y 4th w hen h e got into a ca r with hi s m o th e r 's 22-year-old first cousin, Brittiany Young, a n d h e r s-week-old daughter, Millan. Young stopped at a Target store to get food and left the car mnning. Young testified, when she returned, the boy was playing on his cell phone. The radio was turned up and the baby was limp The baby died t h e n e xt da y Pr osecu t o r s call e d th e boy a murd erer, and a judge ruled th e bo y mu st have committed so me act of violen ce o ut of frustration with the c r y ing infant. H e also co n c luded tha t the boy didn' t unde r s t and the horrific co nsequ e nce s of his actio ns, so l w was convicted on two lesst:t co .unts of battery. Had the bo y been found guilty of murder, he would have spent the next nine years in a detention facility. The boy will live with a great-aunt in Georgia. Reuuae Superstar Arraigned on Drug Charges BUJUBANTON Reggae superstar, Buju Banton (real name Mark Myrie) was arraigned Thursday in Tampa on federal drug charges. Banton was transported from Miami Tuesday afternoon by U. S. Marshals and h e ld at th e Pinellas County Jail. His arraignment was held in Tampa. Banton's attorney, David Markus, has advised his client to plead not guilty. Banton, 36, is accused of conspiring to buy cocaine from an undercover law enforcement officer In Sarasota last month. Last October Banton was scheduled to perform at the Cuban Club in Tampa. His song drew protests by local gay activists who denounced him because of his son, Boom Bye Bye, which they say incites violence against gays. Banton recorded the song when he was 15 and was banned from performing it at the club. Banton's latest album, Rasta Got Soul is nominated for a Grammy this year. Public Defender Emplovee Accused Of HaJing Sex With Inmate ALEXANDRA PETIT And TYWAN ARMSTRONG PINELLAS COUNTY _Q.g,_ Wednesday, a Pinellas County Public Defender' s Office Intervie wer was a rrest ed for allegedl y using her official position to visit her bo yfrie nd who was an inmate at the Pinellas County JaiL According to reports, Alexandra Petit, 20, was arrested for one count of offi cial misconduct. She allegedl y passed marijuana to her boyfriend, Tywan Armstrong, 30 a nd had sex with him whi l e he was in ja i L The incidents allegedly t ook place in privat e attorney/client rooms that deputies are not allowed to monitor according to law Jail re cords indicate o n Tuesday, Armstrong was transferred to the Department of Corrections to begin his sentence on sev eral charges, operating a drug house and drug trafficking Suspect Shot Avoiding Arrest On Monda y nig ht, Tampa Poli ce reported that a m a n who was being questioned about possible counterfe it $100 bills jumped into his car and backed into one of the officers. Police were told tha t the man, identified as Walter Whittaker, 24, had been trying to turn the bills into mone y orders at the Arnscot 6901 North Armenia Avenue. When police arrived and started questioning him about it, h e ran to a vehicle and b ega n to driv e away. Ignoring the police ordering him to stop, Whittaker report e dly backe d into an officer. Fearing for his life, the officer drew his service handgun and fired several rounds. However, the suspect sped away, but was later spotted by officers at Hillsborough and Himes. Whittaker switched vehi cles, but officers found him in the back seat bleeding from a leg wound. Whittaker was hospital ized in stable condition and was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer. The officer was not seriously injured. Man Sentenced To25Years For Shooting CHRISTOPHER TAYLOR ST. PETERSBURG-On a 26y ear-old man pleaded guilty to seconddeg r ee mu rder in a shoot in g that involved drugs. According to the plea agree m e nt Christopher Taylor was se nten ced to 25 yea r s in prison. In 2007, Taylor was arreste d for shooting James Lasseter, 33 Inves tig ators said Taylor believed Lasseter had so ld him fake cocaine. He had origina ll y been charged with firstdegree murder. Toddler Critical; Man Charged With Abuse On January sth, Tampa Fire R e ru resp o nded t o a rc i de nee in r ferencc to a 2 -female with \ 't'l' head injurie Th e child w as airlifted t o T a m pa General Hospital whe r e s h e i s lis t ed in riti al conditi on. D puties s 1id Matth w Ray Peeler 23, pin e d him -If a th per on with th e todd! r durin g a two-hom p riod f r om :3 0 a.m until 9:30a.m., Tu s d ay, hil c other adu lt in th home w r as l eep. After e xtensiv e inter iew s with Peeler, h e report dl y admitted th e c hild fell from h e r b aby bed onto the wood e n floor so he pic ked her up to console her. He b eca m e more and more angry when toddler would not stop crying so he threw her into the baby bed striking her h ad on th b d'tiam Aft r h rt tim d puti report d that th hild wa till rying o Peeler all d-l y pick d h r up a nd to k h r into the kitch n wh e r h allegedly f II from hi s arm striking her he ad on the flo r Peeler wa arrest d Wednesday and charged with aggravated child a bu se suspect Uses Bat In Hotel Robberv Tampa Police arrested a man Monday for allegedly using a metal bas e ball bat in a Police said Stephen Rogers, 19, entered the Howard Johnson Hotel, 2520 North 50th Street, concealing an aluminum baseball bat in his jacket. According to reports, Rogers ate breakfast in the hotel restaurant and then as he was leaving, entered the front check-in clerk area and str.uck the clerk in the head with the bat Rogers then reportedly opened the money drawer and took the money. He then jumped over the counter and fled the hoteL An officer responding to the scene spotted Rogers and after a foot pursuit, he was STEPHEN ROGERS arrested and charged with armed robbery The victim, Phylippa Luan Baxter, 38, was trans ported to a local hospital with a minor head injury. The bat used in the offense was recovered in a retention pond near the hotel. Rogers is being held with his bond set at $50,000. Victim. Of Hit And Run Remains Critical ST. PETERSBURG On December 8, 2009, St. P eters bur g Police report th at Shirley Anne Lavine, 55, was c ritically injured in a hit and run cras h w hil e cross in g 1 6th S tre e t South in h er e l ec tri c w heelchair. On Monday, police said two additional witnesses came forward with inform atio n o n the incident. Lavine remain s in c ritical condi t ion at a loc a l h os pital a nd the in v estigation is con tinuing. Anyon e w ith info r mation abou t th e crash or the suspect ve h icle a dark co l ored full size d SUV, i s aske d t o cont ac t the St. P e tersbur g SHIRLEY LAVINE ... remains in critical condition. Poli ce D epartment at (727) 893-7780. JJ 0 c.. > z c > JJ -< CXI 1\) 0 .... 0 r 0 JJ -en m I r I aJ c r r m :::j z "'0 c: aJ c en :I: m 0 m < m -1 c: m en 0 )> z 0 0


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-----'"":; FLORIDA SENTINEL ... ,..____ B 65 YEARS SERVING TAMPA l) ILL MELIN D f \ GATES F.RI.DAY, JANUARY 8, 2010 .-_-:-"'-;;:,. ... : _--.-: ',. .. -. -: SECTION Rallv For Gates Foundation Grant The Hillsb o r o ugh Edu c ati o n Foundatio n h os t ed a n ewnt bst m onth t o Hillsboro u g h Count y Jublic S c h oo l s f o r securing a SH ? O million grant fr o m th e Bill and Melinda Galt' S F ound:1tio n Tilt' gnnt is tt lw ust'd t o d es ign a n d impleme nt new s t rat e g i e s f o r e ffectiYe t eac hing. The rally w as h eld a t Jefferson Hi g h c h oo l with student s, pri n c ip : lls sc hool offic ials eommunit y leaders as well as prominent s tate and natio nal ed u ca ti o n figures. Speakers a t the event included S choo l B oa rd m ember, Carol Kurdcll, uperintendent MaryEll e n Eliu, Classroom T e ac hers Association President Jean C lements, Tampa layor Pam Iorio, Florida Educ tti n Commissioner Eri c Smith, American Federati o n o f Teachers Presid e nt Randy Weingarten and Vicki Phillips and John Deasy of th e Ga t es Foundati o n. (Photography b y BRUNSON) Principals Carl Green (Brandon High School) and Owen Young (Middleton High School) attended the rally. Curtis Stokes of Fifth Third Bank, left, and Lewis Brinson, Assistant Superintendent for Administration. Connie Chisholm (Kl grade teacher), Ashley White ( student) and Ruth Green at the rally. Left to right: Carolyn Hill, Jeff Eakins, Sandy Rosario and Fontaine Marion. Measures o f t ffective T eaching The Mtf P r<>je (: : Faychone Durant and Danni Greenberg with the MET Project attended the rally. Carolyn Collins at the rally. Educator and former principal, Quincenia Bell. Catherine Waddell, Cynthia Cook and Ardra Daniels. Julia Love, Marilyn Dupree and Mable S. Jones ed the rally.


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All About You co >a: a: w > w c LIL RESHEY LIL RESHEY And DEYONDRA Happ y birthday to Li l Reshey, w h o will be turning the t e rri ble two t oday. He will be celeb r at i ng thi s wee k e nd w i th a big bi r thd ay bash Spec i al wishes are co m i n g from: mom Kesha, Big Reshey, s i s t e r Deyondra, a n d the r es t of your fam i ly. We love yo u Young MoneyShey! Principal's Honor Roll RAMEL HESTER Sch o ol : Fri ends hip C hri s tian Academy Grade: nth Parent: Sulema Hester Grandparent: Rev. Willie Mae Peterson Church: Pilgrims Rest Church Interes t: Biblical Studies, Video Gam es and Football and family. ------------------------------------------en :J m ;:) a. z t= w ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u.. SUBSCRIBE TODAY! CALL 813-248-1921 OR GO ONLINE WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM Look Who' s Turning 18 Todav NEFERTITI JACKSON H appy birthday, Nefertiti. Enjoy your day. Love, m o m Essie a nd f a mily. Ali Akbar Positive Change Foundation Ali Akbar Positive Change Foundation 10th annual feeding the homeless was h e ld on J a n 1, 2010. Over 200 were fed and given clothing. The foundation president expressed thanks to Publix and Shapes Total Fitness (Temple Terrace). Special thanks to the homeless who helped with the event set up. Also, special thanks to Ms. Candi Lowe, Hakim Aquil, Jarvis El-Amin, Bennie Small and Ken McPherson, who all helped to make it a suc cessfu l event. And, with the help of God (Allah) we will keep the dream of the l ate Ali Akbar al i ve (Help The Less Fortunate). Look Who's Turning 1 JR At 3 Months JR, DAD And MOM A yea r ag o G o d bl esse d u s with a littl e king, Little Bac Jr. H will b e ce l ebra ting his 1 s t birthday with a bi g birthday b as h a t hu c k E C h eese with f a mil y a n d fri e nds. L ove, m ommy a nd daddy, all our s i t e r a nd bro th e r s, r a n d pa r e nts Shelton and Priscilla Phillips, and Sheli a Davis, n unti cs, Vet, Shenel, Dorietta and Shawn, uncl es, Damon, Tcrtcl nne! Miguel. And a l so hi s g odmothe r Ms. C h e rry. Als o h appy b irthday to hi s s i t e r Jemya a nd we lc o m e h o m e Uncle Terrel. Monday, January 18, 2010 at 6:45 A.M. Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa Keynote Speaker Angela Gittens, 'Director General Gouncillnternational World -Switzerland Purchase Tickets at the fo11owing locations: Downtown: Law Offices otDelano S. Stewart, PA 501 E. Kennedy Blvd.-Suite 760 (813) 221-4464 West Ray Williams Funeral Home 301 N. Howard Ave. (813) 253-3419 La Tanya's Hair Studio -2942 W. Columbus Drive (813) 253-2282 East Tampa: Miracles Barber & Beauty Academy 10224 North 30th Street. (813) 972 North Tampa: Bible Based -4811 Ehrtlch Road (813) Brandon: Sista RiseN' Shine-213 E. Robertson St i (813) 662-o502 IIHARliP lvidM..._. __ r:..::? a M .I ""&" f1 SenttneJ&Jllitin


. GRACE MARY MISSIO ARY : BAPTlST CHUIICH 1 N 37 St (813) 248-37791 i I I I I I I 1 : i I i j i Pastor I Early Morn1ng Worship-8 A M I Sunday School-9 30 A M 1 Morn1ng Worship -tQ ; 50 A M 1 81bl e S 7 PM THE PUBLIC ISJNVITEO 1 ; NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH i 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 R Weekly ACliVI!Ies !sun day Church Schod 9 30 AM Morn i ng Worship 10.45 A.M Bible Class 4 30 P M !Evenir19 Worship 5 P M i Wednesday Prayer Mee!mg 7 P M \Bible Study 7 30 P BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E 27th AVE "(813) 248-5690,. (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A. M Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Rows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirtdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9 : 30A.M MORNING WORSHIP-11 A M.. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U ) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM-General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRIO..AIID, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch org PEOPLE FOR CHRlST MINISTRIES 10511 Main Street Thoootasassa. Fiooda DR.THOMAS L HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 30 A M Morning Worship 11 A M Brble Study (Wednes day) 7 P M FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday -7 P M Sunday School -9 30 A M Morning Worship -10: 55 A M Church Van-(8 13 ) 627-0338 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9 :45a. m Morning Worship 11 a m Even i ng Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m Visitors Are Welcome! St. 1 \.\,uk B.tpli,f <. hurd1 7'2.!1 .... 'ihtrrill '\!n"'.l Pod l.unp.t. llurid.1 Uul" IBlll U JC).j.!(J{ Rwfd'tnP, on. A Firin Foond!itii1tl"' Smday Sdiool -9-.30 A.M. SUnday Momin& Worship 10;55 A.M Wednesday l'l'ilyer Service &. Bibll! Stulfy -&30 P.M. lr;msporMtft .111 Scrv;re;; Av.1ilablc HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH I ttew Testament M. B. 14801 N 15th Street Lutz. FL 33549 P O Box 273757 Tampa FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, P astor Sunday Morning Worshi p Services i 7 :45A.M. & 11 A.M. I Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday7 :00 P M.I Cburcb Of Tbonotasassa, lnc. 11530 Wal er Road T honotosassa. FL 335 2 ( 813) 986 39 7 1 (813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. P as t or W eekly Service Sunday School 9 :30A. M Sun Mommg Worship 11 A M Wed N1ghl Youth Prayer Serv1ce And B ble S t udy Thurs Night : Prayer Service And 81ble Sludy savmg Tfle Smners And Educ-.sllng TOO Bollevors 1 Can Do All Tnmgs Through Chnsl Who Strengthens M e -Plltl 4 1 3 ST. MA1111EW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www. stmatthewchurch.org Email: rslms@ t ampabay.rr.com BreaK Of Day Wor s hip 7:45 A M Sunday School 9 :30a. m Morn ing Worship 11 am. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study ot the Bible Wed 7 :30-8: 30 p .m Praise & Worship service Wed.' 8 : 30 9 p m Childre n & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8 :30p. m Saturday P ra yer Service & Bible Study 10a. m Youth B i ble Institute 12-4 p m Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7. 11 p m REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 Nort h 30 t h St1eet 813-239-3161 People Of Faith Committed To Spititua.l G10wrh And Shating God' s Love Wo rshi p Opportunit ies SUNUAY Sunday School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW6 :00P. M l:::ventng Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M IIIATEBimB IISSIIIIIAIY -IIP1IST CIIRI:II 12tJ I ........ I(T-.R.UIIt (lm 229-1191 sunav Scllll.__ _____ 1:15 a.m. 1era111 lersiiiP------11 Prlltr Selllce, Tlllsllly._ ..... .._.lllllt!IIHV. TnldiJ l:JIIIJII. 11811 Shldl, TIIISdiY-....... ..... 1 .... I C DtM Tlllilllllmllll a.tllWhlcll D_...nalla.PIIIIIIIIIIat:U PLACE YOUR CHURCH SERVICE AD HERE! Contact lVIRS. HAYES (813) 248-1921 Or editor@flsetltinel.cotn c... l> z c l> :0 -< (X) 1\) 0 ..... 0 r 0 :0 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r I (]] c r r z "tt c m c CJ) J: m 0 m < m :c -< -i c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 'TI ::0 0 ?<


SundatJ School Lesson co > a: ::l z ""') c a: u.. Hold On To What You Believe Temptation i s a part of every believer 's everyday life. B e cause we are a part of the body of Chris t we ca n a l ways expec t the e n e m y's attempt to derail us a nd make us l ose focus What becomes more inter est ing abou t temptation is that ofte n times God Him se lf will allow yo u to be tempted. Thi s is the lesson we learn from Jesus' experie n ce as r eco r ded by Matt h ew in chap ter four verses o n e thru eleven. There is a Jot t o be learned as we study tnis expe rience As the pe ople of God sou r ces of family, friends or anyo ne e l se The desert is God's place. Many miracles, blessings, a nd reve l ations h ave been r eceived in th e desert o f life. It is in your de se rt ed place th a t yo u disco ve r who yo u r eally are. grasp the conte n t of this lese son, they too will b e better c:.c able to resist the t empta ti ons The tempter ca m e to J es u s afte r He h ad denied Him se l f for forty days a nd forty ni ghts (vv. 2, 3). J es u s was at a vul n e r ab l e point in Hi s lif e. H e was in w h a t th e e n e m y thought to b e a weak point. In your lif e yo u must remember that th e enemy w ill take ad vantage of weak points in your lif e H e will t ry to come against yo u w h e n h e thinks yo u a re weak and vulne r a bl e. The devil tempte d Jes us with things that were tempting t o Hi s flesh. The devil will al ways give you things that he knows that you like and need. You will rarely be tempted with things you do not like. u.. of the devil. c z < c (/) w ;::) 1-> c:.c w > w c w J: (/) ;:j m ;::) a. J es us was led by the spirit into the desert to be tempte d by the devil (vs. 1). This verse informs us that the Spirit of God will lead you to a testing site. One of the assurances of your victory over temptation is knowing that you are led by the Spirit of God He took Him into the desert. He took Him to be alone. Often times your testing will put you in a desolate place where you cannot have the re-Jesus teaches you how torespond to the attacks of your enemy. Jesus responded with the word of God. The best way to respond to your enemy's at tacks is by using the word of God. It is the word of God that z---------------------------------------------i= w ...J ...J ;::) m I ...J w z i= z w (/) < c c:.c 0 ...J u. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401. E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 2.42-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Sunday: Bishop Eddie Newkirtt; Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8 :00 A. M Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youtfi Gtiurch '2nd And"3rd tsundays) "" Tuesday: 12:00 Noon lnterc0ssory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30P. M Free Tutorial 6:45 P M : Adult & Youth Mtd A'eek Setvice Email us At Mission Statement: A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community b y ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: r-.oAH COMMUNITY, INC. / co t-OUSE OF lYDIA w e, BI$HOP EDDIE NEwKIRK Aad PASTOR AUDREY NEWIORK IS y o ur be:::t defetbe and response t o devilish temptations. \\'ha t ge t s the be t of m os t beJie,er s is when th e enemy s t arts quoting th e w o rd of God t oo. The de\'il came back with a n 'it is written' v erse from Psalms You mus t always keep in mind that the devil the word of God t oo There a r e m a n y people wh o ge t Jured into t emptatio n s be ca use the t empte r us es the word of God What h as to t a ke pl ace t o prevent this from h appening t o yo u i s knowing the word for y ourself. While the d evi l m ay have been quoting the word, he only quoted the part tha t was useful to him. The enemy misquotes o r u ses only part of the word when trying to tempt yo u Every beli eve r must see the necessity for knowing the word of God If you do not FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILlAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Ch urc h Office : (813) 677-1948 Pasto r' s Office : (813} 672-0389 Academy Off ice: (813 ) 677 5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514 'E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com Aduii!Children Worshi p Times 7:30A.M. & 10 : 55 A M 4 : 1 I :!j fiil!tl!f) Sunday -9: 45A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 A.M. -Adult Wednesday-7 P M -Youth/ Children 7:30 P M Adult A Campus FO! Faith Bible lnstltute 'Grooing The Chuch For Global Change. !Acts 1:8 Rem. 1 : 8 : Tres i 8) MJ DON M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTBI J. WllWJS I Pastor Early M:xning Wcrship-7 :55AM Sunday Mctning WOO>hip-9:30A.M. Morning Worshi p -10:55 A M WeJj., Family Night 7 P M For Transportation Call (813} 486-7890 Dea. Jdln C. loYett, Charman k n u, it erb:t t tm. 1\'Urd for w o rd then y o u mu t lw ,,illin g t o go and cheek t he sniptures f o r acrurncy Y o u owe it t o yours elf t o mnke ure the 1\' 0rd being spoke n i n your life is th e full, un altered une-dit ed word of God. T h e devil will n o t j u s t l eave a t your firs t attempt t o r es i s t him. H e tri ed Jesu s seve ral tim es with different things. The e n e m y in your lif e will t ry yo u severa l tim es offe rin g y ou diff ere nt thing s th a t h e know s appeals to your fles h What m a k es the d evil leave i s s p eak ing with authority. You h ave t o t a lk to him and It'll hi 111 "lwn' want him t o g o Y nt haw t o 1111 tht enemy in his place in your life Y o u mu s t be empowe rt>d t o t ell th e devil t o get o ut of yo m fa e You do n o t have t o co n tinu e tndin g words with tht e n my. Tell him tog t be hind yo u orne o f your t e mpt a ti o n may be God I d Th e s pirit will l end yo u t o a t es tin g phre. List n t o th e s igns of th e d vii u s in g th e word o f God t o ge t yo u t o y i e ld to hi s t e mpt a ti o n s L earn th e word for yours e lf a nd know how t o apply it. Th word thak es a diff e r e n ce. Th e wo rd will h e lp you! Use it! OpenooWgo,!IOI!I VISIT Us ONLINE biblecolle @The First Baptist Church of Progress Village 8616 Progress Blvd -Tampa, FL 33619 Dr. Sam Maxwell, Pastor Dr. G. I. Bradley, President Spring Semester Registration January 11, 6:30 P.M. -9:30 P.M. For Applicat i ons, School Catalogs And/Or Additional Information Please Contact Dr. Sam Maxwell, Dean Of The Tampa Campus @ 813-6 77-1948


JA 14-23, 2 1 F E S T I V A L Celebrating Tampa Bay's Heart and Soul Various Events in the Community during the Festival's Schedule of Event. Visit www.tampablackheritage.org for more details TBBHF Street Festival January 16, "Old School" Saturday, featuring Lakeside January 171 Jazz Sunday, featuring BK Jackson Come join us 10 am4i pm, Admission is FREE there's something for everyone! AI Lopez Park 4810 North Himes Ave., Tampa Financial Seminar Speakers: Janine S. Salmon & Linda Larimore Topic: "Preparing your business for funding : Steps to secure business lending. Thursday, January 14, 2010 6:30P.M.-8:30P.M. FREE University Area Community Development Center 14013 North 22nd Street Tampa (between Fletcher and Bearss) USF Lecture Series Speaker: Daryl Davis USF Campus -Tampa, Marshall Student Center Thursday, January 14, 2010 7:00P.M. FREE Marshall Student Center Presents "The 5th Annual Heritage Gala" This event \Vi ll kick-off the 1oth Anniversary with a Broadway caliber-.! ike show: KA TON6A PROM THE HEART OF AFRICA,. Busch Gardens, Tllmpa B11y Friday, January 15, 2010 6:00P.M-9:30PA1 $40 per person -$70 per couple $50 at the doo.r per per.rmn To purchase tickets onJine, please visit www.t.ampablac kher.tagc.org for full schedule of events Soul Roll Invitational Skate Jam Main Event & Roll Call Saturday, January 16,2010 Midnight to 4 A.M. $12 Advance I $15 Door United Skates 5121 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa 21st Annual MLK Day Parade-Tampa ''A day on, not a day off' Sunday Night Soul Roll Host: DJ Pun, DJ Joe Bowen & DJ Rambo Sunday, January 17, 2010 2:00A.M. United Skates 5121 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa Traveling Exhibit: "Selected Works of Ernie Barnes" -Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry Campus Monday, January 18, 2010 Noon to 3:00 P.M. Free Route Begins: 15th & MLK Blvd. Route Ends: Middleton H.S. Display-January 19-February 26, 2010 M-F 10 A.M. -7 P.M. I Sat & Suo 10 A.M.-2 P.M. TBBHF Leadership Luncheon Speaker: Rev. Charles Melvin Sherrod Wednesday, January 20,2010 .; 11:15 A.M. -1:00 P.M. \ I : $10 per person I $100 reserved table of 8 Benefits: The Heritage Photography Contest University Area Community 14013 North 22od Streei; Tampa .. TBBHF Heritage Movie Q&A, Movie-''Passing The Torch To America's Youth" Speaker: Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. Ed.D Thursday, January 21, 2010 6:30 P.M. 9:30 P.M. $7 at the door Tampa Theatre ...... Street, town Tampa -Title Sponsor: ver1zoq Genealogy Brown Bag Luncheon Topic: "Ancestors Echos Telling The Story" Wednesday,.,Janu.acy 2010 Noon-1:30 P.M FREE Bring your own lunch Dr. Walter L. Smith Library, 905 North Albany Avenue, Tampa Gospel Stage Play "When LoVing You'Is Hurting Me" Part Two Saturday, January 23,2010 8pm $32.50 I $37.50/ $42.50 I Discount for 20 or more The Palladium 253 5th Ave. North, St. Petersburg .. BlueCross. BlneSbield of F1.ori.da ?) .... For more information, please visit www.tampablackheritage.org. ::0 0 )> ;< '-)> z c )> ::0 -< 0) 1'\) 0 ..... 0 I 0 :c c )> en m z m I I tD c:: I I z "'0 c:: tD !: en X m c m < m c! m en o ?< )> z 0 :!! c ?<


5 Local N IX) Ministrv Opens Center on 29th Street <{ ..., 0 a: LL. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter If th er e s o n e a rea o f Eas t Tampa th a t s drawn a l o t o f a tt e nti o n it's the s tr e t c h o f 29th Street between Dr. Martin Luthe r King Jr. B ouleva rd a nd Lake Avenue. F o r decades, th e area was vpjd o i any n e w bus iness developments until the Audrey Spotford Center, Nehemiah Laundromat, c),pen-Air Market, an Ice Cream Parlor, and Bexley's Chicken appeared. Alt hough these n e w de\ elop m e nt s broug ht h ope t o th e a r ea it re m a in s a n a r ea tha t n e w devel o p e r s t end t o avo id. Bibl e Truth Ministries Int e rn a ti o n a l In corpora ted has s tepped forward with their proj ec t th e H.O.P.E. Learning Cent e r The n e w cente r on the corner of 29th Street and Lake Avenue will have an official ribbon cutting cere mony on January 27th at 3 p.m. and th e community i s invit ed. Shari a Jenkins, Program Coordinator for the ministry, said they w anted to a ff ec t change in th a t area and felt a learning center was just what the people needed. "The learning center will offer medical training, English speaking classes, computer training, and will have a computer center for students who need to do research." "We acquired the property from the city with the help of The new H.O.P.E. Leaming Center th e Eas t Tampa Community R evi t a lization P artne r ship and East Tampa Development M a n ager, Ed Johnson. All h e as k e d is w e create something that would b e beneficial to th e commu nity and would h e lp stimulate more growth along 29th Street. Ms. Jenkins said she and the center's director, Pastor Daniel Dean, are very familiar with the area and knew it needed something uplifting. "We are also discussing future projects for the area, includin g so m thnt would b e n e fit a ll of th p opl along 29 th Street." Ms. Jenkins sa id th y nr looking for a n yo n e who wants to donate computer and other learning tool s for the new center W e are in th e pro cess of stocking the ent r, but more i s a lway s n ee d e d W want to mak e sure th e com munity feels connected to the center, and will utiliz e it to improve their liv es and eventually attract other new developments to the area." Slln&Nitts Hair Braiding. ucenseln 1&Hours Financial Aid etology, Skin & Nails For Those Who Qualify Be Your OWII Boss*-To) En Contact Kym Hesstng @ 813.514.91011k/


, :D Social ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 0 January Birthdays Happy birthday t o the f o llow ing celeb rant s: Barbara Felder, Andrew Johnson Nadia Keel, I saiah R o dgers, Esthe r Badge r a nd Tony Parker. H a pp y birthday is extended t o Grapevine, T exas t o W illard S m ith, S r and W illard Smith, Jr. Best wishes from your frie nd down sou th o i the bord er. W e miss you! H a ppy birthday and Happy New Year to M rs. Bonnie Brow n D ukes, who wa s th e fir s t baby born on New Year 's day over so years ago. Bonnie e njoyed her special double cel e bration with family and friends. Happy bi rt hday t o Mrs. Marjorie AndersonStephens, f o rm e r Vill age r w h ose n a t a l d ay i s Jan. 8 th "Marj," no w a r es id ent of Jack so n ville, h as plan s of r e l axing a nd be in g p a mp e r ed by h e r f ami ly. tricia \Voodruff, f o rm e r \ 'il!age r whose s p ecia l d a y i s J a n 12. "Pat plan s t o cele brate o n this day with family and friends. New Year's P a rty M r and Mrs. Tony (Ton dra) Parke r enjoyed part o f th e holiday season entertain in g f a mil y and frie nds a t th e ir a nnual New Y ea r 's Party A g r ea t tim e was h ad by all. Uplifting Prayer s For T h e Sick And Shut-Ins Earth has no sorrow that h eavencannothea( .. Uplifting prayers are b e ing extended to : Rasha d Comer, Jr. (toddler) and family, M r s Beatrice L a s ing, Mr. Chester Gay Papa" Miles, Dr. Fern Moore, Mrs. Cathy Kirsey, Mrs. Lillie Mae Thomas, Sis. Bert Graham, Dea. Roland a nd Deaconess Diane Williams, th e Roberson f a mily, th e \\'illiam-.. :'llr-. :'llattil' :'llills and ..\.lfon:-.u Johnson. Sr. Sympathy Y ours t ruh con do llnce;; t o th e Baker :1nd :\'i.x f am i l i es m t hl' o f th,t r lo1 ed o ne, m othl'r a n d s t stl' r Mrs. Frances Thacker Baker \\' ill iams. who w:1s funer a lize Saturday J anual\ 2 2010 She will be g r ea tly missed. Our deepest sy mp a th y goes out t o M r s Willie M a e W illi a m s and h e r entire fam ily in the loss of h e r so n M i c hael Willia ms. Condolences are ext e nd e d t o M r s Dorothy Tillma n a nd h e r f a mil y in th e l oss of h e r so n-in-law Mr. Martin Lavergne, who wa s r ece ntl y funeralized in Sacramento CA. New St. Matthew M B. Churc h Rev. Al e c Fitzgerald Hall, Pastor a n d fellow memb ers are sendi n g wishes to the follow i n g b irth day ce l eb r ants: Tara Walters, Douglas Black, Keon Barnum, Zaria Hugger, Shauntell Jackson, Aaron Trice, Cedrick and Cy'necia Salter, Rondre Barnum, Shachel Mills Jaheem Ivery a nd Janyla Fitts. .\nni\ I !.tpp1 .1111111 '' !u Bro. H arold .llld Jamie .-\dams. :\lr. and :\Irs. \\'ayne (Sharrel) Carter lw "ill Ll'i,br al<' t h t r 3o t h a nni, e r :<. 11\ o n.l.ttHI:In :\lr. and 1\lrs. George {:\larie) Brook s and Mr. a nd Mrs. Charles (Mar garet ) Barnes. F irst B aptist Church Of Progress V illage Every third Saturday o f tlw m o nth between 8 a m and 1::! n oo n th e churc h gives away donated clothing, t oys and h o u se h o ld ite m s at 8616 Pr og r ess Blvd. (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg R d.). Progress V illage 50th Family R eunion Come h e l p us ce l ebrate Jun e Jl -13th 2010 For mo r e informa t ion, check ou t t h e R e uni on W e bs it e a t p rogressvi llagefa m i lyreuni on com o r call Tony Parker at (813) 843-6739 Christlike InreachOutreach Ministry C hri s tlik e Min i stry, 3011 Ori ent R oad, Ta mp a n ee d s your h e lp t o f ee d s th e i r r es i dents a nd th e h o m e l ess. It e m s n ee d e d for t h e f oo d p antry a re: ri ce, p int o bea n s )> ldl\ l. h,' llb ,1rn <'K):.'-. _-< 1111\l'd \ hl,,_, l l,l t llll',l l C.... n o n tl.I\ OI't' d ) \ 'l'g-<'Ltbl, oil and hr, .tkfa:;t C )> :D -< OtllL' r it<'lll:' llL't' en m z m r;m c: r r Happy b irthday t o Ms. Pa-Pittman f a mily, Sis. Bertha Brown, Sis. Catheryn z Our Services Include: PERC .. $1200" '$1900 Self-Employment R.A.L. Refund Anticipation Loan R.A.C. Refund Anticipation Check "0 c: Ill r (j) :I: m c m < m :n -< -f c m en c )> z c 'T1 :n 0


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Polk County ews .., J) 0 c.... l> z c l> J) Shaw-Nul Shout-Out Mayor Gow B. Fields and Commissioner Phillip Walker are shown with some of their Alpha Brothers This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-out i s ex t e nd e d t o th e Mu Zeta Lambd a Chapter of Alpha Phi Alph a Fr a t e rnity, In c in P olk County, Reverend Howard Mathis, presid e nt. R ecog nizin g you r effo rt s, support and prayers th a t co ntributed greatly t o the r ecent e l ec tion of Mayor Gow B. Fields and Commissioner Phillip E. Walker. Congratulations to Mayor Fields and Commis s i o n e r W a lker a nd to the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. Wedding Reception Held DAVID AND SANDY BRIDGES F.R O.G : ... Forever Rely On God, was the theme of celebration for a dessert reception held in celebration of the marriage of David and Sandy Bridges on Saturday, J anuary 2 2010. Th e ho s tsite for this occasion was th e dining h all of First Bapti s t Church in Polk City Reverend Alan Moore, pastor. The Master of Cer e mon y was Jack Farley. A scrip. ture was read b y Faye Farley. Words of Encouragement were given to the newlyweds by Pastor Moore. Gae Knight and Paige Brandeberry entreated the honor ees and guests to beautiful songs of love and praise. Faye Bowden, Betty Judy, Buzz Scott and Marty Scott served as host and hoste sses Congratulations Sandy and David! Wh a t a b ea uti ful way to start the New Year and a new d eca d e in your liv es Ma y you share m a n y years of holy m a tri mony tog e ther. Church Host Watch Night Celebration Britt Chapel Churc h of God b y Faith, Minist.er Gary Hird, p a stor, was th e ho st-site of a Watch Ni ght C e l ebration on N ew Yea r's Eve. The churches of the Tampa West Coa s t Church of God b y Faith congregated at Britt Chapel to ring in the New Year. They were joined by members of other local churches. Minister Hird served as Master of Ceremony. The Prayer was rendered by Elder Neal Phillips, fol l owed by the reading of The Scripture by Minister Jerome Fortson. Cynthia.Shaw ga ve a brief Histo!-Y 6f Watch Night Service. After which, the floor w a s opened for an OldFashioned Testimony Service. Many shoutin' songs of praise were sung. Mother Lillie Williams introduced the messeng e r of the hour, District Superintendent Elder James E. Williams, III. His year-end an_ d new year beginning message of encouragement was entitle d Yet Now, B e Strong ." Elder Thomas Faison, Jr tht ,dLn pr;1yer ,1nd :tnd bentdic ti v n wt'r e r endered b \ :\linister Hird. R e freshm e n t s w e r e serY t'd in the hall aftn tht sen ice. H appy ,Birthday! Shaw-Nuf Talk e xt e nds belat e d h app: v birthda\ t o Shamcka Oickcison. who ccle br:tt e d a n othe r natal eLl\ o n January -1th. 1\l a\' Cud n m tinut t o bless eath n f \ o u with m any, m a n\' m o r e birt h d ays Lakeland Educator Laid to Rest On S aturday, January 2, 2010, a h o m ego ing se r v ice w a s held for longtime Lak e l a nd resident and e d u cato r Pauline Gordon. Since 1974 Mrs. Gordon had be e n a faithful m e mber of the Great e r St. P aul Missionary Baptist In s tituti o nal Churc h Mrs Gordon ser ve d o n the Nurses Guild, Deaconess Mini stry, S enior Wom e n 's Ministry, Church S chool Staff and Burial Leagu e S ec ret ary Sh e was also a forme r Educator of th e Polk County Headstart Program in Lak e land. At the age of 72, Mrs. Gordon passed away on Decembe r 26, 2009. During the homegoing ser v ice, Minister Byron Sanders, a grandson of th e deceased, d elivered The eulogy. "This is the hard es t thing that I have ever had to do," shared Minister Sanders in his opening remarks. He gave tribute to his grandmother for her strong belief in the Lord great love for family and one who lived a life of peace. Shaw-Ntif Talk extends co ndol e nces to the family, c hurch family and fri en ds in the passing of their lo ve d one, Pauline Gordon Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NtifTalk wants to hear from you. Share new s and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions civic groups, social clubs, religiou s organizations, and c ommunity ne ws etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bull e tin b y sending an e-mail to: shawn uft alk@ya ho o com or call in g (863) 513-8437. lakeland's New Mavor Receives Gavel -< CD I\) 0 ... 0 Gow B. Fields is sworn in a s Mayor of Lakclnnd with his wit, Kay at his side. On Mon day January 4 2010, in spit e of the co ld weath e r, a l arge, unique l y blended c rowd o f communi ty, gov e rnm ent a nd churc h l ea d e r s joined t og ethe r a t the swearing in cere mon y o f former City Commi ss i o n e r Gow B. Fields as th e n ew Mayor o f Lakeland. Words of wisdom and encourage m ent were rend e r e d b y Pastor Alex Harper, Sr., First Baptist Institutiona l Church; Pastor Walter K. Laidler, Jr., Chris t Community Christian Center, Pastor David McEntire, First Unite d Methodist Church ; Pastor Pearce Ewing, New Beth e l A.M.E Church; Pastor Jay Dennis, First Baptist Church at the Mall; Pastor Scott Thomas, Without Walls Central and Pastor Ricky Wiggs, Rede e med Ministries. Tim McCausland, City Attorney presided ov e r the swearing in ceremony. With his wife, Kay, at his side at the conclusion of the oath of office by Kelly Koos, City Clerk, Mayor Fields con firmed that he would faith fully perform the duties of the offi ce of Ma yor with a 'firm and h e afty I do and I will." Brief r e marks we r e given by the Honorable Adam Putnam, U. S House of Representatives, the Honorable Jennifer Carroll, Florida State Representative and the Honorable Seth McKeel, Florida S t a t e R eprcse ntntiv Commi s s ione r Howard Wiggs, w h o was re-e l ected, .., a lon g with n e w l y e l e c t e d C ity Commiss i o n e r s, Phillip Walker a nd Don Selvage o a l so took their oa th s at the l> cer e mony. (/) m z -t z m r-1 m c: I I z Lat e r a t th e Lake l a nd C ity Hall, n a m e plat es for Mayor Fields and Commissioners Walker and Selvage were installed as they were officially seated. Former Mayor Fletcher vowed to be s upportiv e as a volunteer, as h e p asse d th e gavel to Mayor Fields. Fletcher serve d as Mayor m of L akeland for se v entee n years. And Mayor Fields i s ::t receptive to that. "It's about all of u s working tog ether, m pullin g in a com mon direc -< tion to m a k e Lakeland a -< great city," stat ed Mayor -t Fields. c: On e of the g oal s of Mayor rn Fields is to draw mor e jobs 0 to the City of Lak e land. He also wants to improve com-Z)> munication b e tween the City (of Lakeland) and the r esi-dents of Lakeland After the official seating, it was busi ness as usual.. Mayor Fields presided over the City's monthly m eet ing. Mayor Fields, 46, will seK'e a four-year t erm with a salary of $23,518 per year. He is President of Fields and Company, an Allstate Insurance Co. mpany Mayor Fields is married to Kay Fields, Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Lakeland a nd Ch airperson of the Polk County School Board. 0


0 For Your Information C() >a: z Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless a: approach to reality-based u. subjects' c a: u.. c z c:t c en UJ ;::, 1-> a: UJ > UJ c UJ J: en :J m ;::, a. z tu _. _. ;::, m ...:. UJ z t= z UJ en c:t c a: 0 _. u.. Dear Deanna! I need help approaching m y 15-yea r o l d daught e r w h o may b e in a lesbian relationship wit h a 16-year o l d girl. At one time, my daught e r expressed curios ity and des ir e t owards boys. I found letters talking abou t ing and the o lder girl willing to teach her things that were so graphic it b lew my mind. I've talked with the other parent s who are also surprised. We agreed to s peak with our daugh ters openly and seek counsel in g Concerned Parent Dallas, TX Dear P arent: Approa c r y our oaughte r w 1th love a n d your h o nest feel ings Don't pas s judgment a s you seek her o p ini o n and u n der standing o f w h y s h e w ants to be with girls. Once s he s shared her f eelings, you c a n tell if i t' s a fad, peer pressure or confus i o n Your daught e r i s young and with f a ith, God' s word, and counseling y o u can teach her the right way to go concerning sex. However as an adult, she' l l choose her own path and you need to be there regardless of which way she swings. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1 @-yahoo. com or write: Deanna M, 264 S La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills CA 90211. Web site: www.ask-deanna.com on Your Tax Preparauon 1m N. Dale Mabry HwY Ste. 203 Tampa, R a. What a bou t a h o m e In a "liVI n g t r u s r ? A. A homeowner who has put the home in a livi n g t rus t c a n usu a lly take o u t a rev e r s e m or t g a g e subject to review of the trust docu ments. ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TQ: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 Positioned To Win 'Spiritually' In 2010 (Part 1) But seek ye first the kingdom of God,and His right eousness and all these things shali be added unto you. Matthew 6:33 As you prepare to be posi tioned to win in 201 0 you must kE!E!P flrsttt'llngs first Over the course of the. next several weeks 1 Will provide you with wihnfng strategies to achieve go1 b f.nd ttypuknow yotJ Today il1any consumers re main without accessto cable or DSL services There has always been talk. of broadband through our exist i ng power lines. There are. a few compa nies wor!e ye(irs before this new technology ever be comes reality but a high speed internet connection through the power line would be just as fast a cable connection or even faster than DSL It would mean that millions of people across the United States and perhaps b illi ons worldwide would finally have access to broadband services As you can imagine this does not s i t well w i th telecomare not in right standing with God, then get right For it will be the renewing of your mind that will cause you to win not just spiritually, but in every area of your life. The first and foremost way to renew your mind Is by the word of God Start by following the instruc tions from Romans 10:9-10 in the Bible Confess with your mouth, believe in your heart and receive salvation Secondly, start attending a church that believes in the whole Bible Old and New Tes tament. A church where you can see teaching, preaching and healing taking place be-.. munications / and cable pany giants who are already consideringinvesting in power companies. in case BPL or PLC power line communica tionsdoes take off someday. SC:am artists are already .. tciking advantage of BPLby of fering investment opportiJnities for people look ing to profit from the implantat i on of the emerg ing technology. How does it work? Well, basically elec trons can travel by low fre quency on the po\ver liryes and 1heri permit broadband data to travel over higher frequencies Power line companies would refit power lines with small .. advanced microctr i ps that would fac ilit ate 1he streaming of video and mus ic. Powers lines would receive a cause this Is what Jesus' min istry consisted of. Thirdly get a Bible and begin to read It Pray and ask God for understanding of what you are reading You will come to know you were created to have dominion, to subdue, to be fruitful, to multiply, to live a long and satisfied life, to have favor, power, authority and that wealth and riches are to be In your household. If you keep God s word you are to be t he lender and not the borrower, above and not beneath I don't know what you think, but all of that sounds like a winner to me. facelift or an upgrade for the new technology Imagine your home electrical eutlet .working as a network jack Instead of using a cable or DSL modem connection as we do now. However, there are draw backs to 8PL or PLC services There coUld be / interference with raqio frequencies and mostof all the coSt might be initially high for the upgrades Power companies may then charg e their cu,storf1ers 01ore tOr the Neverthe less, this would add a new ex. .. citi ng pr()tocOLto the WClJ'' the internet works that could efit us all in the end .. < By Eric Hall A+, MCP, MCTS


TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) DOCUMENT NUMBER B-001-10 DEMOLITION OF BERTH 201 TEMPORARY WAREHOUSE TPA PROJECT NO. 10-07309 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is sol i c it ing sealed bids from qualified contractors interested i n providing TPA with labor materials and equipment for demolition of the temporary warehouse at Berth 201 The general scope for this project consists of: (1) demolition of existing structure; (2) load out, transport of 56 containers anchor uni ts and trusses for salvage credit and disposal of fabric canopy and doors ; and (3) relocation and reinstallation of 16 sh i pping conta i ners, twelve to be placed adjacent to the job s i te and four to be relocated and reinstalled The containers to be relocated and reinstalled are: (1) one reinstalled at Berth 230; (2) two reinstalled at the Tampa Port Authority's facil i ty maintenance yard ; and (3) one reinstalled at the Termi nal 6 parking lot. The work includes the removal of asphalt at each anchor point and filling the anchor holes with concrete grout and installing new asphalt. A non-mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and Tour will be held Thursday, January 14 2010 at 9 :00a. m in the TPA Board Room on the first floor of 1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602 Prospective bidders are encouraged to attend The ITB i s available through a link on the TPA' s website (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www demandstar com) Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 1101 Channelside Drfve, 4th Floor Tampa FL 33602 Sealed bids are due by Wednesday February 3 2010 at 1 :00 p m at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud F i rms failing to subm i t the required ITB Documents as outl i ned on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsi ve to the ITB TPA encourages the use of reg i stered Small Business Enterpr i se (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of n i ne percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participat i on when evaluating the bids Questions concern i ng this ITB should be directed Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email atr dcasey@tampaport com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD Contact LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 To Publish Your Classified Or Legal Advertisement In The Florida Sentinel Bulletin IN THE C I RCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCU I T IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-06635 Div: C FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC a Florida Corporation (Plaintiff) vs. MARCIA ANN HAZARD 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 hei rs, devisees grantees or other Claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARCIA ANN HAZARD; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in pOS!ieSsi on 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 follow i ng property situated i n Hillsborough County Florida described as : The East 263 .31 feet of the South Yz of the North Yz of the Southwest Y. of the Northwest Y. of the Northwest Y., less the West 140 feet of Section 4 Township 29 South, Range 19 East in Hillsborough County, Florida LESS the East 25 feet for road right of way. At public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2 :00P.M. on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampa Florida 33602 on February 10 2010 The h i ghest 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 : 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 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) 27p-8100 EXTENSION 4ios 'wiTffiN' 2 WORKING TO i1fE DATE THE SERVICE IS NEEDED; IF YOU ARE HFARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 711. Dated this nmt day of December. 2009 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ LORI DAVIS-CROSS DEPUTY CLERK NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS H E R E B Y G IVEN lh81 TARPON IV LLC 110 the holder of the following certlflcle h u f iled said certificate for l u deed to be luued thereon. The certlfbte number nd year o( laau nce the description o f lhi p roperty, nd tno nsmes I n which I t wu assessed are foltow.: Folio No. : 077361.0716 C ertiflc.lte No.: 1403M..07 File No. : 2010 112 Yer of Issuance: 2007 Deacrtptlon.of Property: TROPICAL ACRE S UNIT NO. 5 LOT 33 BLOCK 7 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 4315 8 S E C -TWP-RGE : 34-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N ame(s) In which assessed: JESUS ESTEBAN CORTEZ CHRISTINA DEJESUS CORTE Z Said property being I n the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida -n ;u 0 (... > z c > ;u -< ()) 0 ...... 0 r-0 :::0 en m z ::j Unless such certificate shall be Z redeemed accor d ing to law, the property m described I n auch certificate shall be 1 sold to the highes t bidder a t the m Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George C: E Edgecomb Courlhouae, 800 Eas t Twiggs rS ireet. Tampa, F L 33802 on the 18th d a y of I February, 2010, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to Z verify sale location). ..., k 1 Dated t his 2llb. dy of Decmbtr 2IIDR. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hlllaborough County, Flortdi By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you re a person with d lsblllty who needs any ccommodtlon In orde r to partlclpte In thla proceeding, you are entitled, t no co1 t to you, to the provision of certain n lt.nce PI contact the Clark' ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tamp Florida, (813) 278-8100 extenlon 4205, two working dy prior to the d8ta the service 11 needed; II re hertng or voice lmplred, cll 711. 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0 ,...-0 N co >a::: ct TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) DOCUMENT NUMBER Q -007-10 o OUTSIDE COUNSEL-BANKRUPTCY SERVICES 0::: LL c a::: LL c z <( c en w :> ..... w > w c w :I: en :::i m :> D. z ..... w ..J ..J :> m ..J w z i= z w en <( c a::: 0 ..J LL m I CD -w (!) The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting Requests for Qualific at ions (RFQ) from qualified ind i v i dua l s and / or firms to provide lega l serv i ces as outs i de counsel advising and representing the TPA regarding bankruptcy and receiversh i p matters Requests for Qual i ficat i ons from interested i ndividuals and /or firms must be received by the Tampa Port Authority Procurement Department Fourth Floor, 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL 33602 up to and until 1 : 00 p m., Friday, February 12, 2010 after which all p r oposals will be opened publidy No proposals will be accepted after this date and time. The RFQ documents are available through the DemandStar System ( www demandstar com ) or through a link on the TPA web site (www. tampaport com). TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise ( SSE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent ( 9%) SSE participation. TPA will consider SSE participation when evaluating the submittals Questions concerning the RFQ should be directed Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GI VEN, that TARPON IV LLC #2770 the hOlder of the following has filed said certifica te for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certificate number and year of Issuance the descri pt i on o f the property, and the names In which i t was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 077688 0100 Certiftcate No. : 140766-07 File No.: 2010-116 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : TRACT BEG 1 032 82 FT S OF NW COROFNEHOFNEHRUNE500 FT S 01 DEG 17 M I N 35 SEC E 804 .66 FT THN ALONG CURVE 487.88 FT CH BRG S 78 DEG 17 MIN 48 SEC W 490 .58 FT THN W 2 0 FT AND N TO POB SEC-TVVP-RGE: 11-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) in which assessed : EST OF EDWARD A. WELCH EST OF EDWARD GOSSETT Sai d property belng In the County of Hillsboroug h Sta1e of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd F loor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1 8th day of February 2010 at 10 : 00 A M ( NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 t o verify sale location) Dated thi s .21111. day of December 2009 I PAT FRANK Clorlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerlt If you are a person wtth a disability who needs any accqmmodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to tho provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerlt's ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 27S-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the serv i ce Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice I mpa i red call711 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAR PON IV LLC #2 770 the holder of the follow ing certifica t e has filed sai d certificate for a t!IX deed to b e Issue d thereon The certificate numbe r and year of issuance the descript ion of the p roperty and the name s I n which assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 079129 0000 Certificate No.: 140945-07 File No.: 2010-117 Year of Issua nce : 2007 Description of Prop erty: WIMA UMA TOWN OF REVISED MAPS Y. OF LOT 3 BLOCK 12 PLAT BOOK/PA G E : 1 /136 SEC-TVVP-RGE: 10-32 -20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : SABRINA HILL TTEE Sai d property being I n the County of H ill sborough State of Flor i da Unless such certifica1e shall be redeemed according to law, the property described In such certifica1e shall be sold to the highest b i dde r at the Jury Aud_i torlum 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E11. s l Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th da y of February, 2010, at 10 :00 A M (NOT I CE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 t o verify sale location) Dated thi s .211b. day of Pecember 2009 PAT FRANK Clerlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT DeputyCie1 II you are a person wtth 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 aststance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 exton I on 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; I f you are h earing or voice Impaired, ca ll 711. NOTICE OF APPUCA TIO FOR TAX DEED NOT I CE I S HEREBY G l EN tnet TARPON IV LLC 112n0 the ol tile I ng ceruticate r>as lied S.aJd centllcate for a tax deed to be Issued tnereOn The cen. teate number and year of tssuance. the desc11pt1on of the property. and tile names ., wt11ct1 n was anessed are as follows Folio o 079306 0000 cer\Jticate o.: 140980-07 F 1le o 2010 -113 Y ear ol l ssuance 2007 Description of Property : WIMAUMA TOWN OF REVISED MAP NE y OF LOT 3 BLOC K 89 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 11136 SEC-nM'-RGE: 10-32-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) in which assessed : EST OF DORETHA WASHINGTON Sai d property being in the County of H illsborough Stale of F lorida Unless such certificate shall be red&emed ac cor d ing to l aw the property descri bed I n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor. George E Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 Eas t Twiggs Street. Tampa, Fl 33602 on the 18th day of February, 2010, at 10 :00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated thi s .211b. day of oecember 2009 PAT FRANK Clerlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person wtth a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to tho provision of certain assistance Please contact tho Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call711 FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC #277 0 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate f or a tax deed t o be issued thereon The certificate numbe r and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in wh!ch assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 075977 0100 Certificate No.: 139940 -07 File No. : 2010 118 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : PERU THAT PT OF LOT 7 DESC AS COM A T SWL Y COR RUN N 29 DEG 45 MIN E ALG Wl Y BDRY 125 FT FOR POB CONT N 29 DEG 45 MIN E 84.02 FT TO NWL Y COR THN S 60 DEG E ALG NL Y BDRY 75 FT THN S 29 DEG 45 MIN W 84. 02 FT THN N 60 DEG W P/l TO SLY BDRY 75 FT TO POB AND S Y, OF CLOSED MAGNOLIA ST ABUTTING ON N LESS W 8 FT THEREOF PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 1/13 SEC-TVVP-RGE: 17-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) In which assessed : M GAYNELLEASTERS Said property being in the County of H ill sborough State of F.lorida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property descri bed in such certificate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day of February, 2010, at 10 : 00 A M (NO T I CE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale loca1ion). Da1ed thi s .21lb. day of December 2009 PAT FRANK Clarlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerlt If you are a person wtth a who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to tho provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two workl{lg day prior to tho date the serv i ce Is needed ; If you 're hearing or v o i ce I mpaired call 711. 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NOTICE OF APPUCA TION FOR TAX DEED NOT I CE I S HEREBY G IVEN, hal T ARPON IV LLC 12770 tne hokl e r of tne followln9 cert JCa e has f 11ee cen teate number and year of 1 ss uanc.e l.f'le descnptl0f1 of !he propeny and the names 111 -.vhiCI"I 11. was assessed a r e as fo l -s FoiiONO 077611 0000 Cen IC8te o 140610.j) 7 F1leNo 2010 123 Year of Issuance 2007 Descrlptlon o f Property : STELLING V IL LAGE UNI T NO LOT 17 B LOCK 12 PLAT B OOK/PAG E 38/ 4 5 SEC-T'M'-RGE 07-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) in whiCh assessed MIGUEL A. LARA LEDEZMA MARIA ESMERALDA AGU I LAR Sa i d property bei ng i n the County of H ills borough State of F lorid a Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Au d itori um 2nd Floor. George E Edgecomb Court house, 800 Easl Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fl 33602 on the 18th day of F ebruary, 2010, at 10:00 A M. (NOliCE: Please call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ex t 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 28th day of December, 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By : LAUREN D MERRin Deputy Clerk If you are 1 person wtth a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this p roceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearlng or voice ,Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC #2770 the holder of the following certifiCBte has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of i ssuance the description of the property and the names in was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 093115 .0100 Certificate No .: 14J096-07 File No.: 2010-128 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : A PARCEL OF LAND IN SEC 35 AND 36-29-22 DESC AS FOLLOWS : FOR POB BEG AT SE COR OF SEC 35 THN N 00 DEG 22 MIN 12 SEC E 1377.50 FT TO NE COR OF SE Y. OF SE Y. THN N 89 DEG 53 MIN 36 SEC W 670 .14 FT TO SW COR OF E Y. OF NE Y. OF SE Y. THN N 00 DEG 28 MIN 05 SEC W 927 .62 FT TO A PT ON CENTERLINE OF CREEK THN ALG CENTERLINE OF CREEKS 60 DEG 37 MIN 13 SEC E 281.55 FT THN S 67 DEG 33 MIN 20 SEC E 307 .01 FT THN S 75 DEG 44 MIN 04 SEC E 235 .54 FT THN S 86 DEG 30 MIN 54 SEC E 486 .60 FT THN S 80 DEG 39 MIN 27 SEC E 206 .82 FT THN N 81 DEG 50 MIN 46 SEC E 275 .39 FT THN S 79 DEG 38 MIN 15 SEC E 178. 46 FT THN S 76 DEG 08 MIN 45 SEC E 299 .84 FT THN N 88 DEG 46 MIN 05 SEC E 373 02 FT THN S 67 DEG 58 MIN 08 SEC E 1037 .27 FT THN S 06 DEG 38 MIN 35 SEC W 144.24 FT THN S 38 DEG 03 MIN 25 SEC E 100 .52 FT THN S 64 DEG 26 MIN 10 SEC W 148 .97 FT THN S 45 DEG 45 MIN 57 SEC E 150 70 FT THN S 78 DEG 11 MIN 33 SEC W 84.90 FT THN S 30 DEG 59 MIN 17 SEC W 251.11 FT THN S 28 DEG 48 MIN 40 SEC W 350 .72 FT THN S 5 DEG 16 MIN 43 SEC W241 .48 FTTHN S 23 DEG42 MIN 58 SEC W341 FTTO APT ON S BDRY OF SE Y. OF SW Y. OF SEC 36 THN N 89 DEG 45 MIN 00 SEC W 1003 75 FT TO SECOR OF SW Y. OF SW Y. THN W 1326 .42 FT TO SW COR OF SEC 36 AND POB SEC T'M'-RGE: 35-29-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n which assessed : MOSAIC FERTILIZER LLC Said property being in the County of H ill sborough Sta t e of F lori da Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day of February 2010 at 10 :00 A.M ( NOTICE : P l ease call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location ) Dated this 2 day of Oecomber 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florlda By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Cler1t If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to partlcl pata In this proceed i ng you are entitled at no cost 10 you to the provision of certa i n assistance Please contact the C l erk 's ADA Coondlnator 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tam pa Florlda_. (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two working days p rlor to the date the serv ice Is needed; If you are hea rlng or voice Impaired call 711 NO TICE IS HEREBY Gl EN. th t T ARPON IV LLC 112770 tM holder o' t11e lo t n g cen d&eat e nas led sa1 d cenrl&Cate for a ta> deed 10 be 1 ssued tne reon The cenrl&eate number and ye r of 1ssuance. tile oescnpuon of the property and the names '"v.'I'IICh rt was assessed are as follows Foho No 077361.0624 Cen l f&eate No 140358-07 F1l e No 20101 2 4 Year of Issuance 2007 Description of Propeny: TROPI CAL ACRES UNIT N O 5 LOT 27 BLOCK 6 PLA T BOOK/PAGE 43158 SEC-T'M'-RGE 3430-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) i n which assessed : BETTY LOVEn GREGORY W LOVEn Sai d property be i ng I n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the p r operty descri b ed in such certificate shall be sold to the h ighest b i dder at the Jury Aud i torium, 2nd Floor. George E Edgecomb Courth ouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 3 3602 on the 18th day or February 2010 at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Pleas e call ( 8 1 3 ) 276-8100 ext. 4809 t o verify sal e location) Dated this rub day of Pecembor 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florlda By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person wtth 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 contl'ct the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276 -8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearlng or voice Impaired, call 711. NO T ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 112770 the holder ol the following certificate has filed sai d certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of Issuance the description of the property, and the names i n whi ch was assessed are as follows : Fol i o No.: 093319 .0100 Certificate No : 143117-07 F il e No.: 2010-129 Yea r of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : THAT PART OF NY. OF NE Y. NOT LYING WITHIN 25 YR FLOOD PLAIN AREA SEC-TVVPRGE: 11 30-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which asses sed: MOSAIC FERTILIZER LLC Sai d property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law the property descri bed i n such certifi cale shall be sold t o the h ighest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor. George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 18th day of February 2010 at 10 :00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale l ocation ) Dated this 2 day of December 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florlda By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person wtth 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 c.taln.asslstance. Pleue contact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnetor, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice l mpa red call 711. 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OF NE y 134 83FT THN S 18 OEG 21 MIN 39 SEC W 31.61 FT TO APT ON S RIW BORY OF RUTH MORRIS RO THN E 189 03 FT TO POB THN CONT E 30 00 FT THN S 00 OEG 19 MIN 14 SEC E 628 .38 FT THN N 89 OEG 58 MIN 46 SEC W 431.11 FT THN N 18 DEG 2 1 MIN 39 SEC E 335 .28 FT THN E 293 .71 FT THN N 00 DEG 19 MIN 14 SEC W 310FT TO POB SECTWP R GE : 19-32-2 0 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e (s) i n wh i ch a s se s sed : CHAO CARVER Sa i d properl y be i ng i n the County of H ill sborough State of F lorida Unless such certificate shall be rede e med accord i ng to law the property des cri b e d I n such certificate shall be sold to the h ighest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 Ea s t Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day of February. 2010. at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 3111 day cd Ptcember 2009 PAT FRANK Clertl of Circuit Court of Hlllborough County, Flortd By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clertl If you .re a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to Ptlrtlclpate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon of certain aaalstance. 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