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Celebratin 65 Year In The Tanzpa Bay Area a1rn1an liS SEE STORY ON PAGE 6-A USF HOLDS SPECIAL RECEPTION On Tuesday, January 12th, Dr. Judy Genshaft, System President for the University of South Florida, and the African American Advisory Committee held a special reception honoring four Tampa residents. Mrs. Sonja Garcia, Trustee, and Dr. Gwendolyn Stephenson, President of Hillsborough Community College, were honored for their service to USF and the Tampa community. Brian Lamb, USF Trustee and Senior Vice President and Business Banking Executive for Fifth Third Bank, and Dr. Kevin Sneed, Clean of the USF School of Pharmacy were recognized in honor of their new appointments as Trustee and Dean of the USF School of Pharmacy, respectively. The reception was held at the Lifsey House on the college's campus Among those in attendance at the reception were from left to right: Les Miller, Jr., Director of Community Relations and Student Ombudsman, Dr. Kevin Sneed, Dr. Gwendolyn Stephenson, USF President Judy Genshaft, Mrs. Sonja Garcia, and Brian Lamb. (Photography By BRUNSON). Finalist Perfonns In MLK Celebration SEE PAGE 6-B Father Pursues Justice For Son SEE PAGE 2-A Police Investigate Brandon Shooting SEE PAGE 23-A

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0 c; Features Well-Known Tampa Woman Dies II Heart Failure 0 a: u. 0 z <( 0 (/) w ::> "I-> a: w > w 0 w ::t: (/) ::J Ill ::> :a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m I ...J w z i= z FRED DI E JEAN CUSSEAUX Native Tampan and en tr e preneur, Freddy Jean Canty Cusseaux passed away Monday night at Kin dred H ospital after suffering a heart attack. She was 75 years old. Mrs. Cusseaux grew up in the Hyde P a rk area She was a 1954 graduate of M iddl eto n High School a nd traveled t o New York after graduating where she attained a degree in cosmetology. When she re, turned to Tampa, she opened a hair salon. She later married her late husba n d, Grove r Cusseaux, and the pair became realtors They were mar ried for 5 1 years until Mr. Cusseaux pas ed away in 200. Mrs. Cusseaux was a well known figure all over the city, and an a \rid sponsor of the Yellow J acke t s Youth League. She was also th e founder a nd pres ide nt of S T.O.P ( Start To ge th e r On Progr ess), as well as being affilia ted with th e Order Of Eastern Stars. M r s C usseau x 1 founded numerous pageants and was a faithful and devoted membe r of' tl\e 34th Street Church Of Goa, w1Hfr e sl\e seWetl a s a CL UB4 4 Announces OBAMAFEST: brati Hope In . i .... -11:30 P.M. . Ililton Ta1npa Airport Hotel 2225 N. Lois Avenue Tampa Dinner ... ........ D a n c ing ............. C e l ebrat ion $35.00 Per Person Attire: Dress v Chic No Tic ket Sales A t Door .... Contact Ruby Bro,vn Frances Sykes (J) <( 0 a: 0 ..J u. mother for more than 11 years. From a hi t orical persp tive, Mrs. Cus ea\LX proud a nd honored to hav be n a m ong a group from Tampa who traY led to\>\ h i n gto n D . t o participat in th e ''Ma rch On Washington," in 1 963 that wa l ed b th l a t Dr. Martin L uther King, Jr. Aside from h e r real est n t e in t e rests, Mrs. C usseau x w as involved in CQtnmunit project s a nd was :1lway. r ea d y to lend a h e lping hand to th os in need According to family members, Mrs. Cu ux slnrted :-:peri n n g h n lth problems hortl fter h r hu bnn I died. Mrs. uss n u x nnd Grover hnd n on, Grover, J r n st p.on D rdy 'Carter, nnd four grundchildr n, Ang lina Porcia Dam i n nnd Kenny. S ervi es for M rs. C ussenu x will b e h e l d Saturda y .. Jnnu n r y 2jnl'ill t h e 34th Sir t Chuith of hrist. Willia m s F u n era l H ome i s assis t i n g the! family with n r m ngem e nts. -SUBSCRfBE TODAY I i WWW.FLSENTINEL.COM 1 A rrested and Concerned Abou t Your Legal Rights? Cnll Tanya Dugree 418-5253 -Crimin a l Post .('on\iltinn Pmlwdings, Slalin g Crimlnnl 11nd A ll)ll'lll \ 3111 Wcs t \I.L.K. JJ: BIYd., Suill' Hill, Tampa, FL336117 o f a lawy e r s an important deoson !hal should n o t be based decide \IS to send FREE writle n informallon ObOli l m ooi:!Tlr.OII""\< LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Poi n t Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tamp11, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 F ormer Hillsborough County Prosecutor-Depury Chief hiring or a lawyer is an impolf1anl okci,ion !hal shoul d notlx: ba....W &:.:ide. ask us to send FRlli wrinco information about WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @Nebraska Ave. & scou St. The iali;er s an demic": that S"-Ou! d be soi e f upo ad1ertsemen:s E:to:e 1:: oe a:V :.;; /ou 3:: .. : :ul O":S etper-e ..

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MR. CYRIL BLYniE ANDREWS, JR. February 25, 1930 -Januaryt2,20to BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mr. Cyril Blythe Andrews, Jr., died peace fully in his sleep following an .. "\!!ness He was 79 years old. A longtime Tampa resident, Mr. Andrews was a community-oriented businessman who touched the lives of hun dreds of people while serving on numerous boards and committees. also served as a.. pioneer who drew attention to the plights and accomplishments of African Americans in the Tampa Bay area. Several residents who knew Mr. Andrews shared their thoughts. Mayor Pam Iorio said she first met Mr. Andrews in a professional capacity when she ran for the County Commission in 1985. After winning the seat, the two always worked well together because they shared a lot of commonality. "He was always very passionate about the community and wanted to make sure that it improved. "He was just a great civic Residents Respond To The Death 01 Sentinel Chairman leader a great businessman and a wonderful family man. I know that he was very proud of the Sentinel bec a use it thrived through good times and bad under his leadership I graduated from high school with his daughter, Susan,. so I knew the family from that aspect as well. He was a great friend and I am reall y goi ng to miss him." Ruben Padgett said, I lost a dear friend and the community h as lost a good, good friend. H e was someone who was truly concerned with the community and we are going to miss him. We grew up together, and we travel ed together. We served on the Tampa General Hospital board together and I know just how much he cared about the community Ms. Ann Porter said, "I am saddened by the n ews of Mr. C. Blythe Andrews. His family has been pioneer citizens in this community that I've known since child hood "A t one time when the Tampa Economic Opportunity Council, former ly the Community Action Agency, had a political crisis, Mr. Andrews hired me as an employee of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Later, I was able to return to Hillsborough County government. He was always able to help in the community with meaningful employment. ''I'll always be grateful to the family. Mr. Andrews created a legacy for all African American citizens." Wilbert Malphus said he has known Mr. Andrews since the early 1950s. "He was one of my closest friends. H e lov ed his family, his friends, and his work. If you were his friend, he would d o almost anything for you. We traveled together, were in business together, and he touched my life in many ways:" ; ; I Attorney Warren Dawson said, "Every person no m a tt er th eir s t a tion in life, needs a good friend. I first came t o know of Blythe when I was a Sen tin e l deliv ery boy in the 6th grade. We be gan to know each other as men more than 40 years ago. "Over that period of time we becameclose friends. Regarding our friendship,! subscribe to the notion that Your friend is theperson who knows all about you, and still likes you." That is exactly howhe a nd I felt toward each other-and now that he is gone, I will genuinely miss my good friend, C. Blythe Andrews, Jr." State Senator Arthenia Joyner said, "Mr. Andrews was a mentor to many includ ing myself. As a teenager, he gave me the opportunity to work at the Sentinel and craft my skills as a problem solver, as a thinker, and as a writer. "He was an integral part of this communit y whose opin ion was so u ght after by man y and respected by all. But most importantly, he was my fri end." State Representative Betty Reed said, I am so sorry and saddened to Jearn that our community has lost a good friend and a great American He touched so many of our lives and he wilJ be truly missed and never forgotten by our community." it oun ilwomnn Gwendolyn Miller aid, H i going to r II b mis d by m and th com munity b cnuse h wn om one you could alway go and talk to. He was a good list n r and know! dgenble and th re was nothing you could talk to him about that he didn't understand. He was just that type of person. He is really going to be mis se d by everyone in the c J< c.. > z c: > 6 en m z m r;al c: ,.. z c aJ r:: en :z: m 0 m en i =< ,. z c :"J 6

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N Lri" r" > a: ::J z -, > c a: u. c a: u. c z c en w ::J .... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::::i m ::J z tu ..J ..J ::J m I ..J w z j:: z w en c a: 0 ..J LL Father Pursues Justice or Son ALEX FLOYD, III I n 2006 Alex Floyd, Ill was a n ex cept ion a l b a eball pla ye r a t R obinson H igh c hool. H i ize t all 1 95 p o und ) and s peed ( 4 35 i n th e 40) had g r a bb e d t h e a tt e nt i o n o f a l o t o f r e c ruit e rs a nd it a p pear e d th e s k y would be the limit for thi s young man. However, ac cording to hi s f a ther, an incident during a hi g h school game against Dunedin changed his son' s fu ture. Accordi ng to a newspaper report, some kind of in cident start ed at th e end of th e game that r e ulted i n a D u n edin pla y e r elbowing Floyd t o the face. The a rt icle al o a i d a Dun di n coach jumped in grabbed Floyd around th e n e c k a n d w ould n t le t him g o. Floyd's f athe r Alex Floyd, Jr., n o t o nl y a tt ende d th a ga m e bllt film e d th e entire in cident. As soon a I c o uld I tried to Pet an incid ent report so I could taKe 1t to the. S tate Atto r omce and have the !>.unedin coac h c h a r ged. How eve r I was t o ld there was n o report, b ec a u s e n o thing had Earl Lennard Supervisor of Elections Hillsborough Courity, Florida OFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT BOLETA DE MUESTRA OFICIAL SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION ELECCION PRIMARIA ESPECIAL State Representative, District 58 Representante Estatal, Distrito 58 bee n re p o rted by t>ith e r sc h oo l abo ut the in c id e nt: Mr. Floyd sa id hi s son w nt o n t o attend llill s h o rou g h C ommunity oil ge and was drafted by the\\ a hin g t o n a tio nal s H e wa s als o given a full s c h olarship t o attend T e xa s Sou thern Univ t' rsit y .. Whil e h e a s at HCC, it looked lik e th e incident fr o m hi gh sc h ool follow e d him, be ca use h e was n eve r give n an opportunity to play, said Mr. Floyd. .. \ V h e n IH Wl'nt t o the \ \las h ington Natio nal s, h e n ever got Tuesday, January 26, 201 0 Hillsborough County, Florida Condado de Hillsborough, Florida Martes, Enero 26, 201 0 Janet R. Cruz Patricia "Pat" Kemp Hunter Chamberlin Gilberta "Gil" Sanchez Jackie Rojas-Quinones EARLY VOTING: January 18 -January 23, 2010 Votaci6n Anticipada: 18 de Enero -23 de Enero 201 0 West Tampa Branch Library Biblioteca Sucursal de West Tampa 2312 W. Union Street Hours of Operation: 10:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. Supervisor of Elections Office County Center Oficina Supervisor de Elecciones Centro de Condado 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 16th Floor Hours of Operation: 9 :00 a.m. -s :oo p.m. You will be asked to provide current valid picture identification with a signature. If the picture identification does not include a signature, you will be asked to provide additional identification with a sigl)ature The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on Election Day. If you are in line at 7 p.m. you will be allowed to vote. A usted se le pedira que presente identificaci6n actualizada y val ida con fotograffa y firma. Si Ia identifi caci6n con fotografia no contiene firma se le pedira que presente identificaci6n adicional con una firma. Los centros de votaci6n estan abiertos de 7 a.m. hasta 7 p.m. en el Dfa de Elecciones. Si usted esta en fila a las 7 p.m. se le permitira votar a h a n c t o pl a y B y tlw tim' h e wns o ff ert d th cholarship t o T exa uth n h had g t t e n disgu t e I and de id c d to j ined th e {\nue d Fo t cs and j u s t et nway Floyd. Sr. ha reta in d Attorney Delano St wart t o inv s tignt th in id nt, and c if thos rcspon ibl 1mb riminally chnrg d "In m opinion, my son wn deni d hi right to b n successful athl te. H was the vic tim of wrongdoing .in hi g h school and it followed him to junior l:ollege." ReJJOrter Leon B. Crewscan be reached at (813) 248-0724. or e-mailed at lcr-ews@fisentinel.com. Saks Fifth Avenue Welco..-es Artist Norris G. Gospel Artist, Norti s G. and his wife, .Junia Tampa's premier shoppin g Mecca, Saks F ifth Avenue l o cated at Westhore Mall, is ce l e brating Black Hist01y Month by making history. Who would h ave ever thought that Sak s would sponsor an excl u s ive s hopping event that includ es gospel music from one of t h e a r ea's up and coming recording arti sts, Norris G. This powerhouse first tenor grew up in Lakeland, FL and is still remembered as th e t:le ighborhood a larm clock, as ev e ry morning h e routine l y sang loudl y ,in the front yard. After graduation from hi g h sc h oo l Norris furthered his educati on by studying at Florida A&M University, where he would eve ntually return as a professor. H e is now working on his dissertation for a Ph.D. in Educati o n Norris is t:IO stranger to the music indqstry. While attending 'Floriaa A&NI'Uhive rsi{y : he was a member of th e Rand B group, UNIT 4 who soon signed with M .6tow11 Recotds. 'Norris later accepted the call ana his life to Christ and spreading the gospel through song. Norris attributes his connection and opportunity to perform at Saks as thoroughly "favor". His wife anq manager, Junia explains the event as a CD Listening Party for Norris' new compact disc. Proceeds from the evening will benefit All Child-ren's Hospital. For ticket information please contact 813-300-6097 or log onto www.ALLKIDS.com and click on the Norris G link. The event is February 4th from 5:30 p. m to 9 p. m Saks Fifth Avenue is located at 258 Westshore Plaza Tampa, FL 33609.

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:n Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( US P S 202 140 ) 2207 2 1 st A venue T ampa Flonda 33005 ( 813 ) 2481921 P ubliShed E v e ry T uesday and Frid a y B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co M e mber o f Nat iona l New s pa per P ub li she r s Assoc i ation ( NNPA) and Ama lg amated Pub lish er s Inc New Y ork 1990 94 CP Timet nternatJOna l POSTMASTER : Send Addre ss Chang e T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Period i cal Postage Pa i d At Tampa FL W W Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscr i pt i ons-S44 D0-6 Months Both Ed i t i ons : 587 00 Per Year Both Ed i t i ons Opi nons oxpt e s s od on edilor lal pages ollhi s n e w s paper by Columru s ls or Gu cs l Wr i l e r s do nol necessarily rellec t lhe c' Jr. served on so mnny uont d that I could fill up this colum n > with a list of his appoi ntm en ts, nwards and accolades His po litical influence stretched from Tampa to Tallahassee to Wa h ington. D C Make no mi stake about it; we hav e lost a greas friend nnd a tower of strength. Mnny Sllw him, but many did not know him When I started writing for th e Sentinel, I did not know the man ca lled Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. and to be frank, L was not interested in getting to know him. To me he was the owner of the news paper and to him I was a writer However, the more I got to know the man, the closer we became. The more I began to know about the man, the more I began to appreciate him. I l earne d that Mr. Andrews was a caring, dynamic individ ual who really loved his people and that h e wanted nothing but the best for IJlack people. I can truthfully say that Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. was a giant of a man who w e will 0 surely miss Mr. Andrews was :!;! a man who cast a long shadow C over this community and its > well-being He witnessed the s acking of that famous place, as it burned and died in fire and riot. He and his father C. Blythe Andrews, set out to tell the world about the facts, mishaps z :::! z m r I tJ] c: r r z and triumphs of a fledgling place called Tampa ... a place that was a lso called "Little Chicago," "D among other nam es it incurr ed. C: He and his father faced some of the most savage men the u; South had ever seen ... men who :::t swore to drink Andrews' blood if another word was printed m about them. Yet, the Sentinel < Bulletin survived, while the Cheshire-cat continued to smile -< from his vantage-point on the c! limb of the highest tree. m Though I was a minor player en in this great drama ca1led the history of the City of Tampa, l ""' was periodic a1ly honor e d to re-ceive early-morning calls from c C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., which began, "Uh-heh-heh-heh! :1J Did you hear about . ?" No, I C hadn 't heard about it. But I w as no doubt, abo ut to hear about it, for the n ext hour or ;so. So, I .lis tened and l ea rned and was the better for having done so! But know this. Nothing major that happen ed in th e City of Tampa, which concerned Black folks happen e d without having been presented to or re viewed by C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Nothing, which may have harmed Black interests in this Southern City was overlooked by the pen or the press of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. If you believe otherwise, then you have been sorely misinformed But everybody dies Some day, the Sole Man will die. Such is life. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. is no longer with us. And yet,> "D what remains in my mind, among the lengthy library of memories I have amassed about c.n him, is his smile. . )>

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0 ?"" In r-0 a: u.. 0 z < 0 fJ) w :::;) ... > a: w > w 0 w X fJ) :::i m :::;) Q. z j::: w ..J ..J :::;) m ...:. w z j::: z w fJ) < 0 MR. CYRlLBLYfHE ANDREWS, JR. February 25, 1930 -January 12, 2010 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mr. Cyril Blythe Andrews, Jr., died quietly at his residence on Tuesday morning. A Tampa native, Mr. Andrews was 79-Education And Career The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cyril (Johna) Blythe Andrews, Mr. Andrews at tended the public schools of Hillsborough County He graduated from Middleton High School in 1946, at the age of 16, and ranked third in his class. He continued his educa tion at Talladega College in Talladega, Alabama and grad uated with a B. A. Degree in Economics in 1950. Mr. Andrews spent the next year enrolled at Boston University, School of Journal ism. After serving a stint in the U.S. Anny, Mr. Andrews re turned to Tampa and obtained employment in the family business, the Florida Sentinel Bulletin newspaper. His father, the senior Mr. Andrews ensured that his a: 0 ..J son learned every aspect of the u.. business from the entry level of Sports Reporter and later to elevated to Reporter His next promotion was to City Editor in 1959 and subsequent pro motioqs followed as Managing Editor in 1965 Executive Edi-Florida Sentinel Chairman, c. Blvthe Andrews, Jr., Passes After Illness t o r in 19..,0, Editor and Pub lisher in 1972, and 0\merP ublisher in 1977H e reti r ed in 1 996 As Mr. Andrews learned th e newspap e r busin es fro m the bottom up h e also b e came keenly a w a r e of t he problems African Ame ric a ns f ace d in all aspec ts of life In tim e he personified th e "Sentine l as he willingl y be came the guardian of the com munity. Mr. Andrews realized at an early age that with his role came much re sponsibility Having lived through the segregation era, Mr. Andrews was passionate about correcting the wrongs of the past and creating a brighter to morrow for future generations in all aspects of life Mr. Andrews was a sup porter of higher education and encouraged young Blacks to continue their education and obtain degrees. For several decades he worked closely with his alma mater, Talladega College to ensure that its students would be able to com pete in the world at large. Mr. Andrews provided em ployment to numerous people throughout the Tampa Bay area. Serving as a mentor, he continually hired young col lege graduates allowing them to gain experience before pur suing their chosen careers in the news industry But Mr. Andrews was more than an employer He was a visionary with the in sight beyond what was obvi ous in a person. He possessed the uncanny ability to tap into talent and mentor the person to develop his or her talent. He often said, "If you get good people in every depart ment, the newspaper will con tinue to thrive." As a newspaperman, Mr. Andrews was obligated to print stories that reflected the negative side of society How ever, being a supporter of pos itive accomplishments, he welcomed every opportunity to nighlight the graduations, .. : ;. / prom otion car eer ne" busine ses. and o th er ad Y ance of .\frican American in th e T ampa area Community Activism An aYid golfe r Mr. Andre'ws enjoyed playin g th e gam e a nd po ssesse d a grea t kn ow l edge of th e African Ameri ca n gol fer s who parti c i pated in t o urn a m e nt s a t th e once segregated Rogers Park Golf Course. H e often shared the stories of the professional golfers who pla ye d at the golf course He was given the op portunity to serve on the Tampa Sports Authority and during a time of renovation for Rogers Park and Rocky Point Golf Courses. His roles of businessman and Community Activist often overlapped resulting in Mr. Andrews being chosen as a representative on several boards and committees Throughout the years, his community service also re sulted in his establishing last ing bonds and friendships. Ma. Andrews earned the re spect of the p e ople from all walks of life and on all eco nomic levels, ranging from laymen to elected officials Those boards he served on included becoming the first Black to be honored as a member of the Tampa Sports Au thority, in 1975. He was reappointed to continue his service in 1979 to another four-year term. Mr. Andrews served as Chairman of the Golf Course Committee of the Authority and was elected Vice Chair man on July 3, 1982. Governor Bob Graham appointed Mr. Andrews to the Tampa Bay Regional Plan ning Council, Region 8, in 1980. He was appointed to the State of Florida Arts Council, by Secretary of State George Firestone in 1981; and he was appointed as Trustee of the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Inc., by Tampa Mayor Bob Martinez. Other boards in which he served included : the City of T ampa and Training Council; Committet.' of 100. Gn.-: lt e r Tampll h a m ber o f o mm eree; Eas t Tampa D evelo pment Council, G r ea t r Tampa C hamb e r of o m m erce; Hill borough o unty Hos pital Auth ori (1985 -1997 ) a n d h e served as h n ir m a n of th e Boa r d ( 1 99 1 1992) Mr. Andrews served o n th e Tallad ega College B oard for 23 years, a nd was given th e s tatu s of Board Memb e r Emeritus in 2009; he was voted one of th e 25 Most Influential .People Of Th e Tampa Bay Area b y Tampa B ay Life M agaz in e, July 1991 Issue; Vice Chair man of th e Board of Tallad ega College, 1996-2007; selected to the Talladega College Hall Of Fame, November 1996; and th e Foundation Board of th e Universit y of South Florida, from 1996 to 2002. Mr. Andrews was a busi nessman, semi-retiring as th e pre s ident of th e F/o,-ic/n Sel! till e l Bull e tin n ews p a p e r in 1996 to b eco m e it s C hairman H e was a m e mber of G amma Zeta L a mbda Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, In c., a 1984 graduate of All-Stat e Construction College, and President of the Sentinel De velopment Company, Inc. Mr. Andrews was the Gr a nd President of the Grand Assembly Of Lily Security Benefit Association, Inc and Chairman of the Board of the Tampa Park Apartments, Inc His Family As Mr. Andrews pro gressed in his business career, he also created a family life He was married to Mrs. Gloria Adams Andrews for 54 years and was the father of five children. Mr. Andrews was most proud of the personal accom plishments of his family. He took great pride in having pro vided a quality education for all of his children. His oldest daughter, Ms. Gayle Renee Andrews Thornton, graduated from Florida A & M Univ ers it y and is currently the owner of Andrew Plus, In a p o litir:ll co nsult firm in Tnllahn ss\'c Ms. Sybil Ku Andt ws \ell s i s n p,rarlu ofT 11-la geda ollege. in T 1l11d gn. Al:1bamn. h e i s c urr e nt! th e publisher of th<' F/cwirln Sell til!e l Bull c till and Pre s id nt o f th Lis Dr. Susan A.ndaews Blanchette grad u nt d fr o m Fisk U ni versi ty, in Nnsh vill TN, M e h arry M dlcnl Sch oo l the University of South Floridn (Anesthesiology), and th e Uni versity of Californin at Davis (Psychiatry) Medi ca l Colleges Sh e is curr e ntl y a pra ctic ing Psychiatrist in Sacram e nto, CA, a nd Financial Secretary of th e Isi s V. Cyril Blythe Andrews, III, is a graduated from Tal lad ega College in Talladega Alabama. H e is currently th e President of the Flo,-irla S el!tillel Rulletill n ews pap er, and Spotlight Ent e rtainm e nt Com pany. His young es t daughte r i s Dr. Nancy Rai Andrews Collins, i s a graduate of Fisk Univ ersity in Nas hville, TN, a nd M e h arry M edical College. She i s currently an Associate Professor of OB-GYN at the University of Arkansas M e d ical School at Little Rock, AR. In addition to his wife, child ren, grandchildr e n a nd great grandchildren, Mr. Andrews is survived by hi s broth er, Dr. William W. Andrews, a nd wife Nancy; num e rou s nieces, nephews, brothers-in law sisters-in-law, other family members, the Se11tinel staff, friends neighbors and busi ness associates. Viewing will take place on Friday, January 15th, from 5 p .m. untii 9 p.m., at Cathedral of Faith, 6304 N. 30th Street. The funeral for Mr. Andrews will be held on Saturday, ,Jan uary 16th, at 11 a. m., at Alle n Temple AME Church, 2101 N Lowe Str eet. (SEE FUNERAL NOTICE). Wilson's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments TRIBUTE TO C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. -OUR FATHER & MENTOR The Beginning ... BORN FEBRUARY 25, 1930 MR. And MRS. C. B. ANDREWS

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THE GRANDCHILDREN: C. BLYfHE, IV, AYLA, WILLIAM, GABBY AND DOMINIQUE. TOP ROW: ALEXIS, DOUGLAS, LAUREN AND All-ISON

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life's Lessons From A Father To A Son! Over the years of living and working with my dad, he would call me in his bedroom or office and give me different lessons on life. Here are a few of many. Hopefully, I'll see c you again, dad! Love you. a: LL c z <( c tJ) w ;::) t-> a: w > w c w l: tJ) :J al ;::) a. z ..J ..J ;::) al I ..J w z z w tJ) <( Q a: 0 ..J LL Keep GOD in your life always. "God first, family second, business third." Take care of your family. Take what your mother and me have done for you and your sisters and do it better for your family. He would say, "What's the use of having knowledge or money and not share it with your family?" Pay your bills before you eat. "In this country, if you have bad credit, you can't get what you want. "Oh, by ihe way, you can always eat at my house. Your momma will feed you before she feed's me." Never mess with a married woman. "The quickest way to death .is messing with a mart's The rage_ is too intense.'' I was 18 years old when he told me that one . Never worry about what people say about you! "It's not what they say that niatit's who's saying it. If the average person on the streets is talking about you negatively, it's OK. But if the Mayor is talking about you negatively, you got a problem. Get to know important people." Your name and word is all you ha.Ve. "If you make a good name for yourself, you will be alright. If I give you my word on doing something for you, you best believe you can count <( on me. People would rec:O spect you for that." w You are lucky if you have one or two good friends in your lifetime. "People act like your best friend in your face, but hate your guts inside. Jealousy is one of the main problems in the Black community. If we support each other (Black carpenters, plumbers, electricians, contractors, doctors, etc.) the Black community would be strong! Why would I be mad if you worked to have something nice." Keep your friends away from your house! "Never let your friends or whoever visit your home when you're not there. Your home is sacred (wife and kids)." Never take your wife to the club. "The easiest way for someone to get to you is to disrespect your wife. Take her out to eat, movies, plays, etc." Make sure you take your blood pressure medicine. "High blood pressure runs in the family. Make sure you take it every day. Black people have a tendency of not taking their medicine., Have respect for everyone. "Watch what you say to people." In business, call the person in the office to talk with them. A good attitude takes you a long way. "In business, 13 percent of the money you make is determined by knowledge, and 87 percent by your ability (good attitude) of dealing with people. A nasty_ attitude takes you nowhere." You and your sisters need to take care of your mother if something happens to me. He really didn't have to say that one. Thanks for the memories, your only son. C. Blythe Andrews, ID Janice Willingham Office Manager Brian Boglin Layout Johnny Watson Production In Memory Of MR. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. Your Legacy Lives On C Blythe Andrews, Ill Pres 1 denUComptroller Iris Holton City Editlor Tonia Turner Format Manager Allison Wells Clebert C F O Harold Adams Circulation Manager Leon Crews Staff Writer/Columni s t Ronika Ba!Jiey Graphic Designer Gwen Hayes Edi tor Lavora Edwards Class i fied Man ager Toynetta Cobb Production Man ager Jolia Jackson Photographer

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, librarv Hosts Negro Baseball league Exhibit Opening College Hill Church Of God In Christ BY IRIS 8 HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On S a t., Jan. 16t h a t 2 t;. ilt., the Op e n i n g D ay C ere m ony for t h e Neg ro will b e h e ld Th e exhibi t is enti tl e d Prid e and P a s si o n : Th e African American Baseball E:rperi e n ce. It i s a p rojec t of th e N ati o n a l B aseball H all of F a m e a nd Muse um a nd th e American Libr ary Ass o c i a tion The e xhib i t will b e on displa y at the John F G e rman y Public Library, 900 N. Ashle y Dr in Tampa through Feb. 19. th. Four former Negro League players living in the Tampa B ay area will share their perCultur a l & H is t or ical Pr esc r\'ation, I uscu m o f Florid a His t oi) who is w o rk ing on a biography of John Henry "Pop" Lloyd, a b ase b all h a ll o f -farner fro m th e Neg r o Leag u es; pology a t USF, author of 'V!o re Thun Black: AfroCubans in Tampa, which has a sectio n on baseball a n d Negro Leag u e players; a n d Dr. Greenbaum w h o will s pe a k on the hi s tor y of Af ro Cub a n s a nd th e ir l ove a nd p a rti c ip a t i on i n b ase b all. Susan Greenbaum, Ph .D., Professo r of Anthro-History Of The Negro Spiritual T h e 119th Church Committee is proud t o Temple' s YMUth in .. T .. a special otftarralion and song "History of. tne}':ielQro Spirituai" this Saturday, 4 :0(r p : m at Allen Temple: Cream Social immediately following the program. This is an exciting and eventful time that we wanted to share with you and you. .-. . . 6414 North 30th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 The Mother's Boa r d P ra yerfully Invites You T o Join The m In Observi n g T heir A n nual c ..... Y1 I\) 0 ..... 0 the Allen Church Program participants in 2101 N. 33605 ., the two-day exhibit and book Rev. Mithael Bowie, Pastor 5 WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO vVITH II? 119th CHURCH ANNIVERSARY (NOTHING) will make a guest appearance > at 2 p.m on Saturday, and en will host a book signing Others i ncl u de: a p r esen... : 1 :::::t tat i on by Dr. Robert ;,2J Z Cvornyek and Dr. Law -r r enee Hogan e n tit l ed, I f it ain t got that swing' Black ''. and th e Jim v'lea t i;; ; : : t o f ,ffai/k z On S un day a t 2 p m., an H ll!WIW .. mtl appea r a n ce b y Ms. Sharo n Robinson, d a u g ht e r o f tD baseba.ll l ege n d Jackie 55 Robinson; :I: A r e you or someone you know a v i ctim of dom e stic v i olence? I f s o please m At 3 p.m., Kadir Nelson, plan to attend this forum. There is h elp a vailable t o v ictims and their f amilies. C arti s t illu stra t o r a nd a uth o r Conducting the forum w ill be representativ es from: T h e S pring, T h e Crisis Of. u 'e A Te 'T''he Sh!' p Center. Metropolitan Ministri es Hillsborough County Victims Assist a nce YYI J' Program, Family Justice Center and Guardian Ad Litem . m T ampa n a tive Wes Avoid becoming a statistic. Do not miss this Important event. Domestic ::0 Singletary, Ph .D., Program violence is on the rise and is a serious position to be ln. -< Director of the Office of For information call (813) 621-2760 -i 26th PASTORAL ANNIVERSARY Theme: "Proclaiming the Gospel of Liberation in This Nuclear World Luke 4:18-19 Rev. Jimmy L. Downing New Jerusa l em M B. Church Lakeland, Florida Sunday January 17, 2010 3P. M. Chairperson : Sis. Mamiacia Young General Chairperson: Deacon Author Tolbert Co-Chairpersons: Bro. Charlie Tolliver Sis. Barbara vvnmniAV For Contact Committee PR Chair: Debra 253-5714 CJ) c Friend I}! Missionary Baptist Church 1901 Central Avenue Tampa, FL 33602 2nd Pastor's Anniversary Celebration For Pastor Johnnie Miller Theme: Gallant Leader That The Lord Has Provide Philippians 2"29 All Are Welcom e To Attend These sk rvlces,For Our Pastor Who Is A Godly Man, An Industriou s Busines s Man, And A Noble Leader And Famil y M an. Tuesday, January 19, 201 0 The Holy Ghost Purchased With Blood, Inc. Bishop Issac Andrews & Congregation .Wednesday, January 20, 2010 New Testament M. B. Church Rev. John Anderson Thursday, January 21, 2010 Grace Of God M. B. Church Pastor Fredrick E. Thomas & Congregation Friday, January 22, 201 0 New St. Matthew M. B. Church Of Palm River Pastor Alec F. Hall & Congregation Sunday, January 24, 201 0 1-1 A M F r iendly M. B. Church "Our Own" Rev. Jerry G. Nealy Sunday, January 24, 2010 3 P.M. Evening Star Tabernacle M. B. Church Rev. Jerome Griffin & Congregation ?< c "T1 ::0 c ?<

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B irthday Greeti n ,gs J Happy Binhdav! G EORGE SHIVERS, JR. ____ __, MALIKJ. HAWKIN S Grandson of Emily Collins (deceased) whose smil e he shares, and nephew of W inston "Julian" Collins (deceased) whom h e is named in loving memory of. A s p ec i a l birthtlay w i s h goes out t o George Shivers, Jr. o n 1 / 14/10. Frollj his beautiful and lo ve l y wife, Noretta S hivers; daughters, Charnetta (Joseph) Troupe and Brigetta S h ivers. and fiance, C ory; and son, George Shivers, III (El). A lso, special birthday wishes to her baby from, mom, Emma Shivers, MNL: Juanita Jacobs; FNL: Robert Jacobs; and grandkids, Laregos Williams_, Jayla T r o upe and Josep h Troup e II. NOTICE OF POLLING SITE CHANGES State Representative, District 58 Special Primary Election January 26, 2010 Earl Lennard SUPERVISOR OF ELE C TIONS HILLSBOROUGH C OU N T Y Earl Lennard Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elect i ons announc e s the following Polling Site changes for the State Representative District 58 Special P r imary El e ction on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 PRECINCT OLD POLLING SITE NEW POLLING SITE NEW ADDRESS Greater Tampa Fellowship Masonic 306 N Lincoln 147 Association of Realtors Lodge 265 Avenue 221 Gateway St John Presbyterian 4120 N. MacDill Baptist Church Church Avenue 223 West Hillsborough Oak Grove Church 6830 N. Habana Baptist Church of God Avenue 231 St. Paul Lutheran Northeast United 6400 N. 15th Street Church Methodist Church 247 Bethanie French Seventh Forest Hills 724 w 109th Day Adventist Church Community Center Avenue 451 Iglesia De Dios Oak Grove Church 6830 N. Habana Pentecostal M I of God Avenue Visit our website at www. VoteHillsborough org and click on Polling Sites for direct i ons If yeu have any questions or need further information please call (813) 272-5850 In The Spotlight JACKIE The Spotlight feature this week is the lovely Jackie. Described is a young woman with a very warm personality and never has a problem making friends. That doesnlt mean she isn't careful about the friends she associates with. You can tell that by the small group that accompanies her when she's out and about. Jackie believes that every young woman should be creative and allow herself to grow. Jackie is no different, and has big plans for her future. The man in Jackie's life must be intelligent, strong, open-minded, respectful, and have a sense of humor. Congratulations to Jackie as this week's Spotlight feature. Ileulthy Smile Ileolthy Body Healthier You! Dental Implants Sedation/ Anxiety M anagement Cos metic Gum Surgery Treatment Of Gum Diseases T.MERRELL WILLIAMS fJM I ), MS Board Ce rt ifie d !merest Free Financing .'\t>ailahlc T. M E R RELL WILLIAMS, DMD. MS plant--Dentistry r i o d o n t i c s INOIVIO U A I .JZED SEL.FC:C>NI"'I D lO:NT 4505 North Armenia Ave. Suite 101 Tampa FL 33603 Visit Our Website At: W\NW.tampaperio.com (813) 354-8707 ., JJ 0 c... l> z c l> JJ -< .... Ul 1\) 0 .... 0 .... Co) I )>

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National S orts Yele Haiti Foundation: WVclef Bucks' Redd >-Out For Season Jean's Call For Donations :::> z 1-w WASHINGTON, DC President Barack Obama says "one of the largest relief effo rts in our rec ent history is moving toward Haiti. S ome U S resources already arc o n (ij th e ground providing water 0 and m e dicin e, search and resW cue eff o rts and airlifts of th e J: en :J cc ::> a. z ....J ....J ::> injur e d. Speaking to reporters Thursday at the White House, Obama said the U.S .' government is making an initial im estment of Stoo milli o n f o r the earthquake reli e f effor t in Haiti. He said the amount would grm1 mer the year. He said it will tak e hours "maybe clays" to get th e full U S r elie f contingent on the ground, because of th e clam ag e d roads, airport, port and communications. He acknowl eJgcd that "none of thi s will seem quick enough" to the many suffering. To the Haitians, Obama prom..ised: "You will not b e forsaken." He told them that Am e ric a --and th e world stands with yo u." cc ...J w z T. Pendergrass Dead At 59 1-ffi en 0 a:: g u.. 1= NEW YORK ---Teddy Pendergrass, who had been one of the most electric and successful figures in music until a car crash 28 yea r s ago h:ift h..im in a wheelchair, has died of colon cancer. He was 59. Before the cras h Pendergrass established a new era of R&B with an explosive, raw voice that symbolized masculinity, p assio n and the joys and sorrow of romance in songs s uch as "Close th e D oor," "It Don't Hurt Now," "Laue T.K.O and other hits that have since become classics. -.:t Friend and longtime col W laborator Kenny Gamble, of th e renowned production a. ..... duo Gambl e & Huff, t ea m e d wit h Pendergrass on his biggest hit s and r ecalle d h ow the singer was even wo r king on a movi e. "He h a d about 10 pla t inwn albums in a row, so he was a vel}', ve J }' s u ccessful recording artist and as a performing artist," Gamble said Thursday. "He had a tremendous career ahead of him, and the accident sort of got in the way of many of those plans. MICHAEL REDD -Michael Redd's first season with a surgicall y repaired l eft knee ended the same way his pre iou s one_ did. Redd tore the ACL and MCL in hi s l eft knee fo r the second time in less than a year on Sunday night in the second quarter of Milwaukee's 95-77 loss to the Los Angeles L1kers Reid: McNabb Will Return To Eagles DONOVAN MCNABB PHILADELPHIA No.5 will return to Philadelphi a for a 12th season. Eagles coach Andy Reid squelched speculation about Donovan J\fcN abb's future, saying the five-time Pro Bowl quarterback will be back next season. "That's m y ca ll," Reid said Monday. I think he's a great player. His work oyer the last. 11 years has proven that. I truly believe it's a team sport; it's not one guy McNabb's status was questioned because he has one year left on his contract and he' s failed to lead Philadelphia to a Super Bowl victory in 11 seasons. takers To oner Bvnum For Bosh .-\ La sou r c l' t o ld lllt' thl ll'am had set hi g h. as and planned t o target tht> acquiof Chris Bosh whe n it got t o the 3 p .m. Feb. tra d e deadlint, and the might be m ort> likc h t o mo\'e their while s till entitled t o C"ompensation. My source believes the will offer Andrew ANDREW ll\'UUM For CHRIS UOSH Bynum for Bosh (if they h n\'cn't done so already ) well b e fore the deadline elCpit't's Packers CB Woodson Voted AP's Top Defensive Plaver MILWAUKEE--Charles Woodson does it all for the Green Ba y Packers defense and does it all well. From cover cornerback to ball-hawking safety to blitz ing pass -msher Woodson's combinatiory of versatility and productivity made him The Associat e d Press 2009 NFL Defensive Pla ye r of the Year Woodson appreciates the award and considers it a reflection of the wa y he and his teammates came together thi s season Still, it reminds him of the one major achievement' mis sing from his footCHARLES WOODSON \Jail resume: a Super Bowl 'victOJ}'. "That's it," Woodson said. "Especi ally now, to get this award, I've done everything an individual can do." LICENSE SUSPENDED I REVOKED'! For 5 oan fl. t 11 Hflhitll;;: Off"dtt! H.7'.0.) C.A.P.S. May be able to help you aet your drlver'sllceaae reinatated wltbia 2 to 3 moatbs, Instead or S yun! For over 10 years C.A.P. S hu helped people with suspended and revoked driver's licenses gets reinstated so they can drive legally and without fear. C A .P.S. does this by workioa with you, O .M.V .. and the court system to address prior financial responsibillliu judpeniS, D. W L S conviclions and other cauaes Cor supeosion. Call C.A.P.s. todr to schedule tor a c:onaultatlon. 813-250-0227 Paymnt plut are avaUahlt tor thn wh qvallfy. 1 Do Not Dfjve in Fear! Cltltloa Xatbtailt Pioaram Setvlc:ea today for more latormatlon

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5 rts Seahawks Were Interested In Dunuv TONY DUNGY As the Seattle Seahawks face criticism for their exe cution of the NFL's Rooney Rule before naming Pete Carroll has their head coach, it was confirmed Monday that the Seahawks last m onth r e a c h e d o ut t o Tony Dungy t o becom e th e ir t e a m pre side nt. John Wooten, of the Fritz Pollard Alliance th a t monitors th e minority hirin g proc e ss with the NFL, said Dungy turned down the opportunity with the Seahawks. "T hey called Tony about three weeks ago to see if h e would seriously consider becoming their president, said Wooten. "He told th em h e wanted to pra y and sleep on it but the n ex t day he called them b ack and sa id he wanted to stick with everything he was doing now. He would have been the guy, I believe if he had wanted to do it." Garnen To Return In Two Weeks KEVIN GARNETT It's easy to claim that the loss Hawks signals a deeper issue with this sea-son's Celtics t eam, but then you go ahead and remember that Kevin Ga:o:nctt has been out since the end of December with a hyperext e nd e d rig ht knee. The Celtics a r e 3-3 since his la s t game (i ncl udi ng two losses to Atlanta) and await his r e turn Luckily for them, that could happen sooner rather than later. Boston Celtics forward Kevin Garnett could be back in game action in 10 to 14 days, coach Doc Rivers said, after Garnett resumed workouts Monday afternoon. Ex-Net Javson Williams Pleads Guiltv To Fatal Shooting Of Driver J AYSON WlLLL'\1'\18 Ex N e t s s tar Jayson Williams went from bar t o bar b e f o r e fracturing hi s n ec k in car c r as h Jayson Williams d e ni e d h e was d riYin g a n S U V aft e r c r as h and reeked of alcohol: prosecutorsFormer NBA star Jayson Williams is going to be wearing a new uniform prison garb The former New Jersey Nets player pleaded guilty Monday t o "fatally s h ooti n g hi s limo driYer with a s h o t g un a nd has agreed as part of hi s p l e a d eal -t o serw 18 m o nth s to five y ears in jail. Williams, 4 1 who would b e e li gib l e f o r pa r o l e a f t e r sening th e minimum l y adm itt e d th a t h e f aile d t o c h e c k that th e safety as o n b e f o r e h e clos e d th e s h o t g un \\ ith a s n a p an d i t fir e d off a r ound th a t f elle d Costas (Gus) Christofi. Cards To Trade Anquan Boldin After The Season ,,../. ANQUAN BOLDIN Anquan Boldin has been looking for a new con tract for over two years, but the Cardinals have held their ground and have not granted Boldin a new deal. Steve Breaston:, the Cardinals third receiver, has shown promise, and would s t ep up into a larger role. The Rav e ns hav e long been looking for a star wide r eceiver, in fact, in the short history of the Baltimore Ravens, they have never had "the guy" who can make huge plays. The Raven s thought th ey got th e guy in 2002, when th ey traded for Terrell Owens. Aft e r a world class tantrum, Owens never wore a Raven s uniform. Fllawmaker Calls For Probe Of Bogus Woods Claim TALLAHASSEE --A Flo rida l a wmaker ha s c all e d for i m inv estigation into who phoned a hot line with a bogus c laim that Tiger Woods' c hildr e n were being ab us ed The anonymous ac cus a tion last month was quickly rej e ct ed by Florida officials But Republican state Sen. Ronda Storms wants offi cials, if possible, to prosecut e the person. A D e pa1tment of Children and Families spokesman said Monday that a false repOit is difficult to prove unless the person confesses, but it result in civil or criminal penalties. "Fa l se reporting is a ve r y serious offense and takes pre-TIGER WOODS cious time away from vulner able citizens who truly need protection," spokesman Joe Follick said. "It is a crime and a frustration to the inves tigator and h ea lth y families." Warriors' Randolph Has Ankle lniurv OAKLAND, CA Golden State forward Anthony Randolph \ b e sidelined perhaps tw o m o nths or more with a seri o u s a nkl e injllly ANfHONY RANDOLPH ., :::0 c }< c:.... l> z c: )> :::0 < ..... U'l I\) 0 ..... 0 'TI ,.. 0 :!! (/) m z ::! z m ':"' OJ c: r r m ::! z ., c: OJ c (/) ::z: m c m < m Randolph, a s ec o ndy ear pro averaging 11.6 points and a team-leading 6.5 rebounds in 22.7 minutes per game this season, under went an MRI exam Monday on hi s injured left ankle that revealed a tear of two outside ligam en t s in the ankle and a sprain in another ligament. He also has an avul sion fracture where the mus cle pulled away from a piece -t c: of bone, which had prior m damage from a previous sprain. Celebrate Black History Month 1st Annual ASALH Scholarship Sunday, February 28,2010 2 P.M. Columbia Restaurant 2117 E. 7th Avenue nckets $35 Proceeds Benefit A Student At USF In Africana Studies On Sale Now At: College Hill Pharmacy, 3503 N. 22nd St., Tampa, (813) 248.-2767 And Enoch D. Davis Center, 1111 18th Avenue So. St. Petersburg, (727) 893-7134. Dr. Carter G. 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Entertainment 0 "' l/') > a: < :::> z < .., c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en w :::> .... > a: w > w c w :::s:: en :J a:l ::J c. z t= w ..J ..J :::> a:l I ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL. < I (0 ,.... $1 Million Worth 01 Prooenv Stolen From Usher USHER While anticipating the forthcoming release of his new album, Usher is find ing himself to be the latest \'lctim of a robbery. According to police r e pm1 s, St million wo11h o f jewe lry and electronics was stole n from Usher's SUV outside of a popular Atlan t a s hopping malL A witn ess t o th e c 1im e that after Usher and hi s fiiend parked a GMC Yukon, a man drov e up n e xt t o the SUV in a Ch \)" Impa l a with tint e d windows Th e \\ i tn ess told poli ce a man got out of th e Impala, "popped open" the door to the SUV and made off with the loot. Usher says there was over a million dollars worth of jeweh)" sso ooo in fur and clothing and about S2o,ooo worth of cash in the car at the time. The suspect is still on the loose. Ill Follow Us On Twitter.com/FLSENTINELB Ill Alvin and the Chipmunks 2: The SqueakquelThe kids will lo ve this one! [***] Sherlock Holmes-Well-written crime caper (Director Guy Richie/RocknRolla) starring Robe11 Down ey Jr. and Jude Law. Action and Adventure. [***112] Avatar -Starts slow but ends up action-packed. Live action film with a new generation of special effects 2hrs./4smins. Made $232M worldwide.[****] Princes And The Frog -The best animation this year. Fun for all ages. $25M the first weekend [****] Armored-A crew of officers (Columbus Short-Stomp : ; The Yard) plot to hijack an armored truck. Starts slow but ; ends up action packed. [***'12] : Blind Side -Another touchdown for Sandra Bullock. : [****] ; Ninja Assassins-An AWOL ninja has to fight to alive Verr. bloody. [***] : The Twllight Saga: New Moon -The Vampires vs. : Werewolves love story hit the box office jackpot at : $142M. Worth Seeing! L ****] 2012-You need to check out this disaster movie for the special effects. A little long at 2 hours I 47 minutes. Made $230M Worldwide. [***'12] Good Hair -Chris Rock comes through in this documentary about hair. Must-See! [****} Disne"!J'S A Christmas Carol -Jim Carey stars in this ;. animatwn of Charles Dicken s classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge. Disney should have passed on this one. [**112] ; The Vampire's Assistant -You will enjoy this :: vampire story. Check it out! [***] This Is It -A last look at the greatest entertainer of all times Michael Jackson. You really don' t to miss this movie. [**** and then some.] Paranormal Activity -A couple is haunted by. : demon in their apartment. This movie cost $15 thousand to make and has made $61M since it was released 3 weeks ago. Not for kids [***] : Law Abiding Citizen -Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler : star in this well-written suspense/thriller. Must see! ,. [****] The Stepfather-A mother' s son returns from military ; school to find out his new stepfather is a serial killer. ;, [***] Couples Retreat -Vince Vaughn stars in this light i comedy about couples vacationing at a tropical island resort. No. 1 at the box office-$35M. [**112] I ... wx.r.A RATINGS **** -Very Good 1 .. ** -Good 1 .... -Average 1 .. -Wait For Video Marv J. Blige To Headline 2010 Essence Fest MARY J. BLIGE NE\ Shuwty Redel maintains that he was only acting in sdf defense. Rapper llovd Banks Arrested In canada NEW YORK--Rappe r Lloyd Banks was arres ted in Canada durin g th e we e k e nd aft e r h e and three as so ciates allegedly assaulted and robbe d a concert promoter. According to reports, Banks (real name: Christopher Lloyd) p e rformed at Club NV in Brantford, Ontario, on Friday. A dispute late r e nsued at a local h o t e l ove r hi s fee. All four m e n were charged with forceful confii1ement, aggravated assault and robbery. They made a video LLOYD BANKS court appearance on Sunday afternoon and were due to reappear in early this week. Denzel Washington Wields Bible In 'Eli' LOS ANGELES --Denzel Washington's latest role in "The Book of Eli" has him playing a wanderer in a nuclear war-ravaged Americil whifli rans on his Bible guidance, and the actor if he was in that situatio' n, he'd do exactly the same. The movie, which opens in U.S theaters on Friday, blends elements of old-style Hollywood westerns, in the form of desolate landscapes and frontier towns, and Old Testament spirituality -a change for Hollywood studios which tend to avoid religious themes in modern, big-bud get action flicks. Washington's character Eli likes to quote Genesis and Psalm, when he's not slicing thugs with a sword. In the movie, Americans have burned their Bibles as a disgusted reaction to the nuclear war, but there is one DENZEL WASHINGTON left. It belongs to Eli, who is on a mission to find people worthy of receiving it. Two-time Oscar winner Washington said he tries to read the Bible every day, and that if he was in a postapoca lyptic world, the book is so mething h e would "wa nt to hav e."

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entertainment Hendrix Familv, Sonv To Release 'New' Album JIMI HENDRIX LONDON --Jimi Hendrix fans will be able to hear around an hoiu 's wo .rth of music from their guitar hero nc\'er commercially a\'ailahle before when his family and Sony Commercial Music Group release a "new album on March 8 "Valleys of Neptune" fea-tures studio recordings dating from 1969, the year before Hendrix die d in London aged '27-"My brothe r Jimi wa s at home .in the studio," said .Janie Hendrix, head o f Experience llcndrix I.I.C, the family-owned company set up to protect a l eg acy valued at tens of millions of dollars. 'Valleys of NcptiiiiC' offers deep insight into his mastery of the recording process -and demonstrates the fact that he was as unparall e led a record ing inno\'ator a s he wa s a gui tarist. "His brilliance shines through on e\'cry one of these preciou s tracks. Valleys of Neptw1e will feature se\'eral song s familiar to die-hard fans from bootleg recordings but th e re will also be more than 6o minutes of previously Aunreleascd Hendrix music. Rav J Answers 'Gav' Rumors Spread Bv Danger ... RAY J vs. DANGER Ray J has come out to clear the air on the rumors being spread by his jilted former lover Dmger from his show For The Love of Ray-J." Danger claimed that RayJ and a man with the same name as former G-Unit soldier Young Buck have had a long ongoing sexual relationship Putting damage control on the situation, Ray-J called into radio personality TT Torrez s show, stating, I still got love for Danger and that's m y peoples but I dint return none of her calls in the past two to three weeks so she threatened to say, 'I'm gone tell people you're gay .' So she went along with it and actually did it. So I just wanted to air it out that I'm not gay but at the same time I got love for gay people because I work with gay people and I got a couple of friends that's gay and that's cool. Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made Latex FJat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ON.LY!! SnoopDogg overseeing New Projects SNOOPDOGG With his 'Malice /11 Wonderland' album in stores and an upconiing appearance on One L1j e To Live in the works, Snoop Dogg is focusing on_his role as creative chairman for Priority Records. As creative chairman for Priority Snoop is O\'erseeing the release. of seyeral coinmemorative catalog titles for the company. Beginning February 24, Snoop will helm the release of the brand's forthcoming project, Snoop Dogg Presents: The West Coast Blueprint. The West Coast Blueprint will be a compilation of 16 tracks from the vault and a new recording by Snoop of Ice Cube's Check Yo Self." Snoop spoke recently on his role as overseer for the projects in a statement saying, "I was a long-time fan of Priority Records, even before I had my first record deal. Priority was the flagship label for the west coast. ., :n 0 Detoxlo Be Released In 2011il c... )> z c )> :D < In tlw of hi!--widl' !--(Hl' ;ld with h i!-\lonstLr /kuts UIJ /)r<''lw;HI phones, Ouctur Drc. i!-littll' t o n o ;llHlllt I ktu.r ;dhunl. \ s qul'slio n s are stillcircu l ; ltin g ;ll>

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Funerals c a: LL. Cl z <( c en w ::> .... > a: w > w c w J: en ::J m ::> a. z i= w -1 -1 ::> [JJ ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 -1 u. 4 I co ,.. I Aikens : I ----------------------------' MS. ROSE MARIE ALLEN HALL CANTY Homegoing services for Ms. Rose Marie Allen Hall Canty of 2905 N. 17th who passed away Jimuary to, 2oto; Will 'be held Saturday, January 16 2010, at u a. m. at Tyet Temple United Methodist Church, 3305 15th Stteet N. Rev. Geraldine Christopher, pastor, with Elder Joe Lowe, Highland Avenue Church of Ch.-ist, officiating. lntetment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetet-y. Rose was born on June t8. 194 7, in Tampa. She grew up in Tampa and wasa ptoud gtaduate of Middleton High School, Class of 1965 and she also attended Bethune-Cookman College. Upon graduation, she began working at Honeywell and was employed thete for over 20 years until she retired. Rose became ill on Decembet 21, 2009. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Nora E. Hall: and father Richard Allen; sister, Oretha Mae Ziggler; her brother James Hall; and two nieces, Lisa M. ThorntonStarlings and LaTasha S. Thornton. She leaves to mourn her loss: her daughters, Patrese R. Canty and Renita G. Canty; brother, Richard Hall; four grandchildren, RaShaad J. Hernandez, Roche' J. Woodard, Bryce Cantrell M. Davis, and Jayla A Knott; nephew, Dave Ziggler, Jr.; great grand nephew, Donovan Ziggler; step son, Jerald and wife, Ernestine. Stone; first cousins, Margaret Jones, Violet Finch, Ruth Ayala, Elizabeth Belton, Joseph Finch and Desiree Finch, all of Tampa; second cousins, Avery Reeves and family, Ezell Lester,. Jr . Carla Jones, Desmond Jones, Andre Finch, David Finch, Chanda Finch, Gloria Finch, Shavonda Finch, and Darla and husband, Elliott Saunders; devoted and loving friend; Julian Canty and family; in-laws, Helen 0. Canty, Darren and wife, Yolonda Canty, Clifford and Thelma Canty and family, Usher and wife, Lizortra Barnum, Sr., and family, and Barbara Hall and family (Houston, Texas); and. other devoted friends, Benny Parlor, Warren Black, Julius Little, Miss Mable Knott, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and Mattie (Grandma) Woodard; plus a host of other grieving and loving family members, and many more friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 6-7 p. m., Friday evening. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.ajkensfyneralhome.net MR. JACK CURTIS, JR. Homegolng services for Mr. Jack "Uncle Bubba" Curtis, Jt. of 2915 E. 18th Avenue, who passed away Friday; January 8 ; 2010, will be held on Saturday, January 16, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., Prophet Nathaniel House, officiating. lntennent will be in Bay Pines Cemetety Jack was bon1 ottJanuaty 12, 1934, in Tampa. He was a longtime resident of East Tampa, a graduate of Middleton High School, Class of 1951. He was bes t known b y all as "Uncle Bubba." Before his health declined he was a regula attendee of Abraham Brown Prison MinistJy on 29th Sheet. Uncle Bubba was a fun loving character, who truly enjoyed life. He loved children of all ages. He served in the Korean Wat and had a val"iety of. occupations over his lifetime. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted sister, Matjorie A. Williams; and man_y nieces and nephews as follows: James C. Mood, Jr., Ronald L. Mond (Matilda), Sabrina Larry (M;Hvin), LaSharon Matthew (Michael), and Michael A. Williams (Angela); grand nieces and nephew, Kischa, Janelle, Scherai, Krissy, Peyton, Marvina, Jocelyn, Phylicia, Jennifer, Micharon, and Brianna; great grand nieces and nephews, Brishawna, Jathan, Derrell, Teynay, Tommy James, Jada, Demetrius, Shayla, Marcelius, Kaela, Arlen, Ayren, and Avery; Cousins,-Clifford Canty (Thelma), Lizetora Barnum (Usher, Sr.), Julian Canty (his Paramour), Earnest Miller, Altamese Johnson, Dorothy Wilder (favorite cousin), the Perrys, the Hammonds, Benny Smith and the Dawkins family; longtime friends, Veronica Williams, Johnnie Mae Williams and Annie Pearl Davis; and a host of other friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p m., Friday evening. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.ajkensfuneralhome.net earth ties No That tiav!ln Cannot I. -----------------Everett-Derr: &Anderson J 'PEACHES' VON GOODMAN _Homegoing celebtution fo1 Ms. Clctta "Peaches" Von Goodman of 6 709 N. 24th Sttect, who passed away on Tuesday, Jantiaty 5, 2010, will be h eld on Satutday, Januaty 1 6 2 o 1 o a t 1 1 a m f om PilgJ"im Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street, with the Rev. Dr. Linda Reese, pastor, officiating, eulogist. lntcnnent will follow in Rest" Haven Mem01ial Park Cemctcty. Ms. Cletta "Peaches" Von Goodman was born Octobet 11, in Citra, FL, to the late Fted Hanis and Ella Mac Goodman. Cletta "Peaches". came to Tampa in 1972, whetc she attended the public schools, graduating from Thomas Jeffetson High Night School. She worked in sevetal el;til stores as a cler k ; andwas a member of the Pilgrim Rest M. B Church. Her hobbies included; gatdcning, traveling and cooking, which she loved deady. She was ptcceded in death by: het parc.nts, Fred Harris and Ella Mae Goodman; gtandchildten, Ja'Kecm Goodman aiul Tavanderia Mays; sister, Samaiyah Shakoor; brothet, Charles Goodman. Cletta "Peaches" leaves to chel"ish her memmy: devoted and loving children, Jcrmaine Goodman (Kim), and Shavon Thompson (Demetrice); grandsons, Jermaine and Jessiah Goodman; a devoted companion and best friend, Curtis (CL) Jones; brother, John Ecfwards; loving sister, Margaret Rainford; a devoted surrogate mother/sister, Beverly Bellamy; nephews, Ronald Cogmap, Jr., Jawara Rainfmd and Kevin Bellamy; nieces, Chinyere Mathis and Lisa Bellamy Steward; a devoted godson who w-as like a son, Charles Bellamy, St and Victor Mann, Sr.; loving friends, among whom are, Juanita Bowles, Ttacy Taylor, Queen Brown and Almetha Marie Powell; and other sorrowing relatives and friends, including Brenda Derr McAllister and family who will miss her, but cherish he memories. The viewing for Ms. Cletta "Peaches" Von Goodman will be held Friday, January 15, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday, January 16, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. "EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" ------Harmon ---------MS. CYNTHIA YVONNE ADAMS Homcgoilig ccli,!QI"ution fot Ms. Cynthia Yvon11e Aduins of Odando, who passed uwuy on Sunday, Januaty 3, 2010, services will be held on S11turd11y. .Jannay 16, 2010, at 3 p m. at College Hill Cluuclt of God In Cluist, 6.p.J N. 30th Street, Tampa, 33610 with Supetintcndcnt Clethcn U. Sutton, officiating. lntcnncnt will follow at Rest Haven Mem01 ial Park. Cynthia was bunt 1\tat c h 7 19 70, in Tampa, to the pmcnts of Annie l'cal"l Fishet Adams and Bobby Lee Adams. St., who pteccdcd hct in death. Cynthia was a wmm and loving petson with a smile that illuminated he smoumlit\gs. She found it easy to love people and it was easy for cvctyonc to love hct. She always btought joy to het family and l"t-icnds in her own way. Cynthia confessed hct life in Christ at an cady age and joined the Myrtle Baptist Church, Newton, MA. She sct'ved as a choit membet mtd ushei.-bomd bt My1tle i In i<)88 she moved back to Tampa, and united with the Mitaclc Temple Ch mch of God In Cluist. In 1995 she moved to Orlando, and joined the New Destiny Cluistian Center where she temained a faithful memt:icr until het demise. She gtaduated ftom Newton North High School, Newton, MA, and attended Hillsbotough Community College (HCC) Tampa. Cynthia was employed by Payless Shoe Stote for 5 years and J. C. Penny for 14 years where she became a manager in the finejewch-y dep;irtment. Cynthia was preceded in death by: father, Bobby Lee Adams, St.; grandpatents, Pead and Silas Fisher; grandfather, Joseph Jones; and cousin, GatTick Fisher, Sr. She leaves to cherish sweet memories: her loving mothet, Annie Pearl (Fisher) ,t\dams (Edwatd) Tampa 3 btothers' Bobby Adam's, Jr., Adams and Greg Adams; all ftom Tampa; aunts, Hcfcn (Richatd) Jeffctson, Newton, MA, Shirley Fisher Best, Loraine Fisher, Valerie Jones, Gwen Fisher and Margie Ed mead, all of Tampa, Inez (Randy) Do_vcr, Boston, MA, and Paulette (Gerry) Jones, Ashland, MA; uncles, Silas (Lisa) Fisher, Ft. Worth, TX, Richard Fisher, Newton, MA Etnest Fisher, -Terry Jones and Joseph Jones, Jr., all of Tampa, and Jimmy Jones, Havana, FL; and a host of great aunts and uncles; cousins, Greg, Eric, Ricco, Eric T., Jeremiah, Ashley, Ernest, Jr., Pearlisha, Contessa, Xavier, Garrick,-Jr., DeMario, Jenica, Renetta, Kydani, Shelly. Jefferson, Joseph Jones, III, Melissa, Terry, Jr., Leroy, Denario and Anqunette Allen; special friends, Shonda Wilson, Latoya Jackson and Justin Patrick; and a host of c:ou il\s und other rd11th s nul rri nd Visitutiun will he held this Fridny l'\'ening from t H p. m. nt Hnrmun Funentl Uomc, 5002 N. 40th TumJlll, : t:tl>w Tht r11mily will fritmls ft"'tllll 7K Jl. m FJ"iemls uttcmlin" the humc guing service mfSutuNiuy Ill" usked to usscmbl ul the clnuch ut 2:45 J). m. :\ HARMON U RJAI MR. WILLIE JAMES HART (BUSTER) sctvices fm Mt. \Villic .James Hatt, a.k.a., lluslct who passed awny on .Januaty <). :!Oio, will be held Sattuday, .JannaJ" y 1lt, 2010, nt 1 p m at Calvnty Tllhetnncl Chutch, located at IO<):JO U. S. llwy. :tot N. Thonotusnssu, FL, Rev. Thomas Wolfe, JHISIIH", with l'ashn \\1. 1.. ,Jnck son, offi ciating. lntetmcnt will follow i u Scffnct u t the M aybet ty Ccmctcty. Mt. H11J"l w11s botn on Octobct 23, l95:J. He WIIS II membet of the M11cedonia MissiotHil"Y Baptist Clnuch (l'astot W. L. .J11ckson and church family). llustct was self-employed ttuck dl"ivet fot mos t of his adult life. It was 11 JH"ofessiun he loved. lie wns n vet-y gcllt ln;in IIJ;d t i \v ')tty' S IOI' tcllct. The life of the pmty luis pulled his last load 11ftc tcceiving his final confi1mntion. Mt. Hatt was (Heccded in death hy: his pmcnts, Lcnwytfe Hart, St. and Alice H. l'cny; vety special aunt, Alice Lany; older btothct, Albc1t Utown; and favorite luuthct-in-law, Alvin W. Crist. He leaves to chctish loving mcmodes: a and devoted wife, Tetcsa Hatt; stepmothet, B;uba1a Hatt; sons, Willie James Hart, Jr. and Jamie I BJ Hart (Joellen); daughters, Lntasha Hart, Apl"il Hmt, and Karissu Hurt; brother, Lemoyne/ Rabbit Hatt (Katie); sisters, Sylvia ,James (.JT) and Julia Hart; stepbrothcts, Leon Atkins and Latty Atkins; step-sistet, Bmb;ua Atkins; aunts, Willie Mea Windham and Betty Bing; devoted uncle, Albett Lee Hat t; loyal and.cclcvoted cousins Julius Jackson, Rosa McClasin' At thur,Jackson: Sr. (Yolanda), June Ramsey, Maty Hem-y, Rosa Mae Mmgm1 (Orinc), and Charles Baldwin; best friends, Reverend W. L. .Jackson (Marva), Robett Oats (Batbara), Robett Koryans, Carolyn Cowcn/Chutch lady Michael/Pee Wee Pcatson, Dane Tripp and Donnie Ctist (Teresa); and a host of loving nephews, nieces, gtandchildren, thtee great grandchildren and other family and friends. Visitation for Mr. Willie James Hart, a .k.a., Buster will be held from s-8 p. m. at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 9750 Rockhill Road, Thonotosassa, FL, Pastor W. L. Jackson. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service on Saturday are as-ked to assemble at the Calvary Tabernacle Church at 12:45p. m. A HARMON BURIAL

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JJ Funerals/Memoriam MR. GEORGE WESLEY KEARSE Homegoing services for Mr. George Wesley Kearse who on January 7, 2010, will be held this Saturday, January 16, 2010, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, Tampa, 33619, Reverend Samuel Maxwell, pastor; Reverend Wallace Z. Bowers, Pastor of St. Mary's M issionary Baptis t Church, bringing the words of comfort, and Rev. Thomas Wickes, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Kearse was a longtime Tampa resident and was the youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Brenda) Kearse. He was a gt eat athlete. Sports were his hobby and his life. After graduating from Blake High School, he enrolled at Garden City Junior College in Garden City, K ansas, in 2004, on a football scholarship. He completed his education there and was currently a student at Benedict College, in Columbia, South Carolina as a Physical Therapy m!\ior. George was a very friendly, outgoing person He was willing to help anyone he could imd he loved football. He leaves to cherish his memory: Paul and Brenda (Gral:lam) Kearse, parents; Paul (Shannon, Aleena, Myra) Kearse, Jr. of Newport, Vermont, brother; Courtney (11ar-i u s S r . J r and Kear s e o f Tampa sister; Yo landa (BerChaun) C lark of Tampa s io;ter; Ben and Chua Graham uf C ity, FL (mat erna l grandpar ents); P auline Kear s e of Ft. Myer s FL (paterna l grandmother); Ben (Tranda ) 'Graham of Mapleton, GA, uncl e ; Ante rro ( P a t r ice) Grah a m of McDonough, GA uncle ; George (Lou ) Kearse of Ft. Myers, FL, unc l e ; Earl (Barb-dra) Kearse of F t. Myers, FL, uncle; Thorris ( Shirley) Kearse of F t. Myers, FL., uncle ; Dorris (Marcus ) Wilson of T ampa, aunt; Gloria Johnson of Ft. Mye r s FL, aunt; Robert Lee (Geraldine) Kearse of Ft. Myers, FL, uncle; Georgia Kearse of Ft. Myers, FL., aunt; nieces and nephews -Gloria Ann, Grant, Georgia Lou, Georgia Ann, Ida Rea, Barbar-d, Curtis, Glinnis, Loretta, Horace, Cynthia, Eddie, Preston, Frank, Earline, Libby, Tony, Melinda, Sharm.i, Joseph Jr., Jevon, Brad, Jaime, P atrick, Derrick, Desmond, Stacey, Marcus, Marvin, Barbara Jean, Edward, April, Robert Jr., Nicole, Na'Kiisha, Aftan, Porsha, Shardannay and Alexis; a host of second and third cousins, church family members from St. Maty M B. Church of Tampa, Inc., Pastor Wallace (Lois) Bowers, Rev. Thomas Wickes, and Rev. Charles Perry. A wake service for Mr. George wesley Kearse will be held Friday evening, January 15, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, Rev. Ricardo Robinson, Pastor. The family will receive friends. An assembling of the procession will arrange at 10:45 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village on Saturday mornirig for the homegoing services. Family accepting contributions for GWK Scholarship Fund -Anoles Educational Group, Inc. -SunTrust Bank Account 1000095632534 A HARMON BURIAL SIS PRJ CRl -... r:o' CES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida33610 Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa Florida 33610 RAli\tOl\"D \NDERSO N 1 . J-: 1>. 813-237-5775 Pe rso n a liz e d Fu n eral S ervi ces Shipping & C rem a t i on Our Fm11ilv Can Yleet '{our Family's Needs has the highest ard 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. CINDY VALDEZ CARsWELL Mrs: Cindy Valdez Carswell passed away Saturday, January 9, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 16, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Blvd., with Reverend Eugene Garnett, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Carswell was born in New York, New York, on February 24, 1969. She was born to Elio Valdez and Brenda Crawford. Mrs. Carswell completed her education at the Tampa Bay Vocational Technical High School, Class of 1987. She was an employee of Humana Benefits for eleven years until her illness. She joined Springhill Missionary Baptist Church under the pastoralship of Reverend Eugene Garnett an:d was converted at an ea:rly age. A!i a member of Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, Mrs. Carswell served as a counter on the Trustee_ Ministry and on the Youth Usher Ministry. Those who knew her were fascinated by the extremely long nails as well as her fascination with purses. She was preceded in death by: her maternal great grandmother, Katie Pearson; maternal grandmother, Joyce Pearson; paternal grandmother, Mitria Calderon; paternalgreat grandfather, PatriCio Valdez; and paternal grandfather, Ernesto Valdez. Mrs. Carswell leaves to cherish fond memories: her husband, Terrence Carswell; two daughters, Porschea (John) Brewer and Talea Allen; two sons, Derrick Johnson, Jr. and Dyrell Carrolls and pet, Jackson; grandchildren, John Brewer, Jr., and Mia Brewer; mother, Brenda (William) Crawford; f ather, Elio (Jackie) Valdez; sis t ers, Jacqueline (Virgil) C ampbell, Benetta ( A lexis) Gambe l Sonya (DatTell) Johnson and Janyne (Cedric) C ox; gods i s t e rs, J acqueline Coffie L eeks and Cheryl Gaskins ; brothe rs, Elio C. Valdez, II, M a rlon Johnson, and Lawrence (Vonyell) Scrivens; uncles, David Pearson, Ernesto Valdez, Jr. and Hector Valdez; a host of nieces and nephews; special friends, Amee Hilery Chatma n Celina Skinner Katherine Bethea, Keit h Bogan, Allen Woodard, Darren Jones, Helen Horace (TT), the Gaskin family, the Harris famil y, the Humana Comp Benefits family, Life Path Hospice (Ruby Team), Springhill Church family, House of Restoration Church family, New Salem Primitive Baptist Church family and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after .) p 111. l.J. :!II 10, a t Ka) Funeral H o m e, 301 H t l\ \ill"tl .\\e T h e funeral n u tcge ''ill a l t"lt fro 111 --o 4 u r t h Ccntn tl Avenue, Tumpu. F r i ends nrc usk d t o us.o;cm bl e u t the church a t 10: 4 5 u m . Saturduy motnin g fm the ser, ;ce. Arnmgement s ent r u s ted t o Ray \ Villiam s Fune r u l H o m e Rho d e s & m thcrn Owners. MRS. EUNICE FREENY Mrs. Freeny of 4114 Arch StrJ!et, p _assed ilway Tuesday, January 12, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 16, 2010, at 2 p. m. at First B aptis t Church of Wes t Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, with Reverend Rayford Harper, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Pal'k Cemetery. Mrs. Freeny was a native of Tampa, and a graduate of the Middleton High School, Class of 1949 Understanding the importance of higher education drawn fr'om her great aunt, Mary McLeod Bethune, founder of Bethune-Cookman College, now known as Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL, Eunice worked very hard to make sure her children received the very best of higher education. Eunice worked in the Hillsborough County School System for over 30 years until her retirement, where she tirelessly gave all her time, energy, knowledge, and wisdom to the students she loved. Eunice Freeny was known for giving her heart and wisdom to all she came in contact. She was always willing to help those in need. She received Christ early in childhood at First Baptist Church of West Tampa where she continued to serve faithfully. She leaves to cherish her memory: children, Joseph and Mary Bethune, Glenda and Alfred Hitman, Curley Freeny, Paula Thomas, Alvin and Sheryl Freeny, Eddye and P amela Freeny; grandchildren, Rya n Bethune, Ger-mane Bethune, Kesha, Jeremia h Tosha, Brandon and Nike a Freeny, Ric k y Ponder, Amani Freeny, Shyjua n ski Hunte r Candace, Marvin, and Jonathan Freeny; great grandchildten, Diamond, Porshae, Jaylan and Alexis Royal, Jamel Barton, and Kamar Freeny; nieces, Audrey Odom, Deborah Ann Murphy, Dr. Erika Bethune, Racquel Odom, Nyree Odom, Heavenly Lane, Courtney Bethune and Samaria Odom; nephews, Ronald Bethune, Marion Bethune, Vetallion Odom, Lance Stephens and Parrish Bethune; cousins, Charles White, Carrie Moore McDonald, Barbara Joyce and Don Edwards, Yosha Edwards, Isaiah Edwards, Kareem Edwards, Rychelle Edwards, Raekwon Edwards, Shane Edwards, Nia Gilliard, Tavaris Jenkins and Javaris Jenkins. The remains wm repose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, January MRS. DELORES GRAYSON Mrs. Delores Gra y son, formerly of Tampa, passe d away Saturday, January 9, 2010, in New York City. A memorial service will be held at a later date in New York City. Mrs. Grayson was a native of Fort Meade, FL, and a resident of Tampa during the 7 0 s and mid 8os. She owne d and ope r ate d Dee's Salon on 7th Avenue in Ybor City from 197 6 to the mid 8os. She leaves to cheris h her memory: a d evoted daughter, Yvonne Lewis of New York; 3 grandchildren; an uncle James Rhodes and wife, Mozelle and family of Tampa; 2 aunts, Florence Lawrence and Connie Hamilton of Bradenton, FL; cousins Alfredo Moragne and family of Tampa, Dorothy Lee Cushnie. Hearri and husband, Walter of Tampa, and James Byers and wife, Betty of Tampa. Arrangements entrusted to Marion A. D aniels Funeral Home, New York City, 212 862-6733 Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. IN LOVING MEMORY OF DEACON SANDY C. BAKER, JR. September 26, 1936 January 12, 2009 Sadly missed by: sisters, Ann Glymph and Mattie Houston; brother-in-law, Larry Houston; nieces and nephews. 0 l> < c:.. l> z c l> JJ < ;n 0 :2 c )lit en m z m r;aJ c: r rm :::t z "tJ c: aJ r-Cii ::z:: m c m < m ::0 < .... c: m en c )lit z c ., ::0 c

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0 ,.... 0 N II') ,.... > a: < :::::1 z < -, 0 a: u. 0 a: u. 0 z < c (/) w :::::1 l-it w > w 0 w :I: (/) ::::i m :::::1 0. z tu ...I ...I :::::1 m ..:, w z j:: z w (/) < 0 a: 0 ...I u. < I 0 N w (!) Funerals ------, Ray Williams MRS. ALTHEA LEVORN (WIGGINS) WALKER Mrs. Althea Levorn (Wiggins) Walker passed .away Friday, January 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, Januar-y 16, 2010, at 1 p m. at Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street, with Reverend Dr. Linda C. Reese, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Hav, Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Walker was a native of Williston, FL, and a resident of Tampa for over so years. She was a graduate of Howard W. Blake High School and employed at Red Lobster for 25 years prior to her illness. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Ennis Walker, Jr.; daughter, Angela Walker Brown; father, Rufus Wiggins, Sr.; father-inclaw, Ennis Walker, Sr.; grandparents, Nathaniel and Leola Monroe; mother-in-law, Jessie Louise Sapp; brother-in-law, Reverend RobertEarl Reese; and aunt, Ida Roberts. Children: Tonya P. Mosley (Jeffrey), Dina, Nothela (Anthony), and Aquarius Walker; mother, Novella Wiggins of Williston, FL; mother-in-law, Carrie Wright (the late Joel) of Tallahassee, FL; 11 grandchildren, Mario, Aviance, Tonya, Eric, Anthony, Elyanna, John, Anthonisha, Antonio, David, and Sbaquari; great grandchild, Hezekiah; 2 sisters, Bertha "Tina" Batchelor of Atlanta, GA, and Constance Black 'of Dayton, OH; 4 brothers, Rufus, Jr. (Bernadette) of Tampa, Alvin, Larry, Sr. (Charlotte), of Detroit, MI, and Glenn Wiggins (Daltricia) of Williston, FL; 3 sisters-in-law, Linda Windom (James), Reverend Doctor Linda Reese, and Mary Ann Peters; 2 aunts, Thelma "Annie" Dennison and Lola Bell Monroe of Williston, FL; 9 nephews, Rufus, III "Boo," Ronnell, Terrick "Frosty", Kenyatta "Blair," Larry, Jr., Reshawd, Glenn Jr. "Bear," Gerald and Richard; 8 nieces, Donna, Tunesia "Peaches," Shambrea, Vellancis, Naomi, Tesha, Sheneka and Resawnda. Extended family members: Jennings, Davenports, Escalants, Dennards, Scotts, Tillmans, Nashs, Terrys, Lacys, Roberts, Davis, Hobdys, Walkers, Newmans, Rollins and Jacksons. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, Friday, January 15, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Ave. The funeral cortege will arrange from 7704 North Central Avenue, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a.m., Saturday morning for the service. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. ________, Westside ----_J EUGENEJ. MORGAN Eugene J. Morgan of Wimauma, FL, entered into eternal rest on Saturday, January 9 2010. Eugene J. Morgan, affectionately called "Bubba," was born to the late Verlena Gree n Singleton and Charlie Moq;an on January 26, 19.J2. He was a native of Ellenton, FL, and a resident of \Vimauma, FL, for over 55 years. He was educated in Hillsborough County public schools. He married Aquilla Jackson. He worked as a carpenter and was an entrepreneut. He was ptcceded in death by: his mother, Verlena Green Singleton; father, Charlie Motgan; sistet, Dorothy Morgan; brother-in-law, W 'illie Levins; and his aunts and uncles. He leaves to cherish his memories: daughtets, Kathy Morgan Eugenia Johnson, Sheila Helms (Dewayne), Portiary Powell (Jake) and Audery Morgan; sons, M Eugene Morgan and Daniel Morgan (Tonika); a devoted sister, Carrie Levins; brothers, Anthony Morgan, Lawerence Morgan, Darryl Morgan, Lewis Morgan, Morris Morgan and Eric Morgan; a devoted aunt, Gertrude Waiters; stepmothet, Mazie Morgan; ten grandchildren, Abriel Morgan, Eugene T. Morgan, Latoya Lovette (Anthony), Lenishia Twenty, Ambrose Helms, Reggie Morgan, Victoria Morgan, Shania Morgan, Jannaci Morgan and Sa'Lyse Morgan; five great grandchildren, Shianne Simpson, Shardai Sallye, Shanya Sallye, Jahiem Gordon and Kelvin Lyons; a host of loving nephews, nieces, relatives and s orrowing friends; a dedicated friend, Shirley Stephens; and special friends, Bob Nelson, Herman Gay J. Carrie "Sun Man" and Arnold Jackson. Visitation will be held from 3-6 p. m. on Friday, January 15, 2010, at Prospect Missionary Baptist Church, 6012 Edina Street, Wimauma. Services will be held at 1 p. m. on Satur
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., l continuedtrompage20-A I BIRTHDAY IN LOVING HAPPY BIRTHDAY Tampa and Brenda Gardner of Preoria, Illinois; three brothers, Arthur L A. G. Gardner, Jr. (and wife, Delaine) of Tampa, Curb Gardner, II of New York, NY, and Andrew N Gardner of Chicago, Illinois. He als o leave ix nieces and nephew w hom he loved and cheri:.hed: idney Oliver, Kellian Gardner, Joe Barry Gardner, B e i o nny M ickl es, Dani elle Gardner and Cora Gar d ner; and a h o s t of aunts, uncles, cousin s and clo e, close friends. Visitation will b e heJd Friday, January 15, 2010, from s-9 p.m. with the family present from 5-6 p. m a t the Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 North 29th Stree t Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com HORACE KEENAN Horace Keenan, 75, of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, January 5 2010. Hotace was preceded in death by: his parents, Frances and Lee Keenan; brother, Henry K. Keenan; sister, Leola Keenan. He was born on February 13 1934, in Tampa. Before his death, Horace worked as a waiter for Morrison Cafeteria. He resided in Miami, before moving back to Tampa, where he worked for the school district as a custodian. Horace is survived by: his daughters, Terry, Sharon and Wanda; sons, Kenneth and wife, Tai, Warren and wife, Sabrina, Horace, Ill and wife, Stephanie, Horace, Jr. and wife, Yvonne, and Earl; five stepchildren, Marian and husband, Edward, Gwen, Harvey, Patricia and James; uncle, Caesar and wife, Margaret; brother, Frank and wife, Rita; sister, Betty; nephews, Lewis and wife, Missy, Kennis, Reginald, Anthony and wife, Tamarell, Victor, Mark and Tracey; grandchildren, Yakima, Erika, Doneisha, Eric, Porsha, Christopher, Lewis, Virginia, Roshad, Manyatt, Monye, Jerita, Angela, Adrienne, Najee, Joshua, Warren, Jr., Lorenzo, Neisha, James, Jr., Yolanda, Xieviar, Ciera Asheley, Leroy, Nakia, Carenthia, Deonte and Shonny, Oscar, Willie, Ed'Laya, Jonequa and Saporah; great grandchildren, Kayla, Kaden, Na'zaria, Kyle, Eric, J .r., Aniyah, Antwu.an, Lilliana, 'Nina, Dontarius, Jamkima, Jalaah, Antonio, Jordayn, Maurice, Jaydan and Taejeri; his devoted friend, Joe; and many other friends; and ex-wife, Gwen. Memorial services will be held at 1 p. m., Saturday, January 16, 2010, at Melech Hospice House, 11125 N. 52nd Street, Temple Terrace, FL. MEMORYOF BARBARA WATSON In loving memory of my. mother, Barbat a Watson. Love always, Patrick. IN MEMORIAM LOUIS ROBERSON January 14,.2008 It's been two years since you went home to be with out heavenly father. We love and miss you very much. But in our hearts you are always there! Your family. BIRTHDAY ;MEMORIAM JOSEPH WILSON, SR. 1/16/64-8/10/09 It's been 5 months, Joseph Wilson, Sr., Aug. 10, 2009, a beloved son, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and dear friend was called to be with the Lord. Please meet me, Harriet McCray at Heaven' s Gate, so we can once again be together. I miss you so much!! t THERESA M. GREEN 8/3/62-1/-.5/94 For we know it's been a long jou1ney of 16 yea1s since you depa1ted f1om us. Yo Ill' I o vi n g d a u g h I e 1 s Z 11 a n d I' a a n d A n d I' e a 11 e a Jones; a I so you1 g1 a ndso 11, Vanshawn Jones; and a host of family and f1iends. You arc tntly ntissed more now than eVCI", BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SHIRLEY DANIELS January 14,2000 Happy birthday, Shidey Daniels. With love from Louise, levy and Jean. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SIKONDRA 'KANDY' MOORE Sunrise: January 16, 1962 Sunset: May 30, 2006 We just want to say happy birthday to you on this wonderful day. It's been 3 years since you passed away, still you remain within our hearts each and every day. We love and miss you very much. Happy birthday Mom. Chucky Chuck, Moore's and Gant family. ALICE 'BIG MARIE' ALEXANDER It' s been o ver a year and a half since God mudc the d e i sion that it was time to end ull the suffering nnd pain. There has never been 11 pussing duy thut m y mind, body und soul hnsn' t thought ubout you. So muny heurts huv be n bm dcned with puin, uftcr you d cpurtcd: Missing you n v e 'r got easie1 and t1ying to fmget ahout you illiJHIS1oihlt Since you left, o\11' hea1ts ha\'c heen ceaseless, you lli'C detply missed and I'Cillemlwn d by family and fl'icnds. Love fmcvc1 and elCI'IIity, E.V IN MEMORIAM MISS MINNIE L.MANDY May God k eep you fmev ctnnd ever To our loving mothc1, ft om your loving child tcn, we miss and love you. trve Wilson your .., ...... u .... .... ... 'We can't afford to provide anything less Lhan impeccable seT\ ice, or to leave you with less Lhan the best impres..'iion poSsible. 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss. We don't lose sight o f .who we're worting f o r After all, you're the one we answer to. 3 We arrange funerals, we don't sell them. It is our responsibility to honor your \\.ishes and respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. like you, we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is imporumt to you, and you dont to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME mJ N. 29th St Tampa, FLlliOS (BOO) 605-3350 248-6125 WYMI.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne l Bright Manager )> JJ -< .... U'l 1\.) 0 .... 0 ., r-0 JJ 0 )> CJ) m z m r-1 III c:: r r-!!1 z "'D c:: m c CJ) ::1: m 0 m < m JJ < -t c:: m CJ) c > z c 'TI JJ c C) m I >

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Crimes Knife Incident lands Man In Jail ':.:' .. <> KENNETH WlLLIAMS bn Tuesday morning, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies were called to the Git-N-Go Store, 7802 Rideout Road, on a possible stabbing. Further investigation reYealed that Christopher Jacobs, 44, walked into the store talking to himself and saying he wanted to fight someone Deputies said Kenneth Williams, .so, and Jacobs walked outside where Jacobs reportedly pulled a large kitche n knife from und e r his clo thin g and lunged at Williams. Williams armed himself with a broom in an attempt to d e f e nd him-CHRISTOPHER JACOBS s .elf. Deputies said Jacobs struck Williams on the side of the head with the handle of the knife, causing a minor wound. Jacobs left the store, and went to a residence in the 1700 block of Green Ridge. 'He was standing outside when deputies arrived. Jacobs was arrested and charged with aggravated bat tery with a deadly weapon. Williams refused medical treatment, a ccording to d eputie s who al s o said Jacobs and Williams kne w e a c h other and had work e d together in th e pa st. Man Arrested After Fleeing With Child In Car MICHAEL WARRICK CLEARWATER A Clearwater man was arres ted Tuesday after he fled from police in a car with a old boy as a passenger. Police said .. Michael Warrick, 34, was charged V f I VI i 56th Streett Ste. 13 with child neglect, resisting arrest without violence, flee ing and eluding, and driving with a suspended license. Warrick came to the attention of police after he ran a stop sign. When an officer tried to stop him, he fled, even though one of his tires was a donut and another was bald, pMice said. The pursuit wound through a residential neighborhood at speeds of so m.p.h. When he finally pulled over, Warrick ran off, le aving the boy in the car. When Warrick was arrested he repOitedly told police he fled because he knew his license was suspended. Open 24Hours 7 Days A Week "We' ll Get You Out Qu ick ... So You Won t Have To Sir Darrell Ingram Own6r FourTrvTo Rob Man Leaving Casino T a mp a P olice r e p o rt tha t Aris v. illiams, 23. lef t th e H ard R oc k Ca i n o a t urday i t h hi winni n gs ,, h e n h e w a s confronted b y t" o arm e d m e n in fro nt o f his apa rtm e nt. They d e m a n ded h e throw m o n e y h e h ad w o n g amblin g at th e casino o n th e g round. on e o f th e s u s p ec t r eac h e d down t o pic k up th e m o ney, h e dro pp e d a handgun and it discharged. Williams was not injured. As the suspects fled, Williams called 9-1-1. Detectives are now working leads in the case and believe the suspects followed WilliaJ,JS from the casino to his New Tampa apartment. Th e suspects are as white males who appeared to be in their early 20s, s'6" to .5'9"tall, one with red hair. The suspect vehicle was d escribed as a r eel older model 4-cloo r Honda Detectives Investigate Shooting Hillsborough County Sh e riffs deputies responded to a call of shots being fired Monday night in the Brandon area. When they arrived, they fqund Jerome Otero, 24, laying on the side of the road on Sacramento Street. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. Detectives investigating the incident discovered that the shooting took place in a vacant house on Sonoma Drive. Otero and several others weni! at the vacant house believed to be conducting a drug transaction, detective said. At some point while inside the residence, Otero was shot. All of the other occupals fled and Otero was he had fled and collapsed. The Sheriffs Office has released no suspect informa tion at this time. ... 6, 18, 30 "Putting off for tomorrow what you can do today 24, 33, 46 ust delays th inevitable 17, 38, 57." Man Who led Police on Chase Faces Federal Charges A ft'dcral gra n d jury h as re turned n n indictme nt again s t Aaron Cainion, c h a rgin g h i m with p os ses s i o n o f coc aine with int ent t o eli tribute, p oss ssi o n o f a fir earm in furth e ran ce o f a traffi c kin g c rim e, and b e in g a convic t e d f e l o n in po sse s s ion of a fir ea rm According to court docu ments, at 9 p.m. on Januat)' 2 2010, officers with the Tampa Police Department tried to pull over Cainion, 31, for reckless driving on I275 in Tampa. Cainion hit the police car with his vehi cle and then sped away. He then led police on a high speed chase across the Howard Franklin Bridge and into St. Petersburg. When Cainion exited at 54th Avenue, officers used a AARON CAINJON precision immobilization technique maneuver to end the chase. When officers removed Cainion from the car, they found him in possession of one kilogram of cocaine, val ued at $3,024, and a loaded lrandgun. PawnShop Burglars sought This is a surveillance photo of burglars who broke into a pawnshop. According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, on Sunday, January 10th at 4:45 a.rrt., four unknown suspects bJ1cked a Ford pick up truck through the .front window of Pawn King Pawn Shop, 707 West Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Seffner. The suspects reported ransacked the business and loaded several assault rifles and two shotguns into the bed of the truck before flee ing. All of the suspects wore masks except one. A surveillance camera captured the incident and detectives said a green minivan was also at the scene and is involved in the offense. The .sus, pects are described as Black males, 17 to 22 years old. A Reward Is Offered To Anyone With Information Leading, To The Arrest Of TAURENCE, ANTHONY GRANT COIIIact Bridlietrs Bail Knn .. ll c c.. )> z c: ')> ro ll c )> en m z m I"!. m c: rr-!!l z "0 c: m r-c;; :I: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> :!! <

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Happv Birthdav JETSET HUDSON And REV. DELLA REESE Happy New Year's and happy Dr. Martin Luther King Day. In Hollywood Jetset was touched by an angel star, Rev. Della Reese. Jetset is on tour promoting his new DVD and CD, Michael Oh Michael We Very Proud Of You. He will be in his hometown, Tampa, on his birthday, Jan. 18. And also on Dr. Martin Luther King Day, Jan. 18. He will be g iving awa y free CDs and DVDs of his newest recording Or, write to P.O Box 93249, Pasadena, CA, 91109 or text your name, address and zip code to get a free copy to (323) 392-8012 or (813) 8soIS66 Giving back to the community. It's All-About Me! MADISON C. DORSEY Ha ppy birthday t o our b a b y gir l Miss Maddy, cel e brating her 3rd birthda y on January 12. Madison will ce l ebrate with a big bash at R ow l e tt Park with a host of famil y a nd friends. Hugs and kisses coming from, momm y and daddy Rhodda and Marlon; sib lin gs, Cray, DeMarlon (Woodie) and Lil Marlon; Doobic, Mercedes, Remus, Marshannon and Kelisha; grandparents, Yvo{llle a nd Jessie; Arthur and Mae; -and a n d Prmce; a l s < YAuiltfe Nadene and Auntie G -Mama! We lo ve yo u Maddy-Cake! Happv3rd Birlhdav JAKIRA (MZ. KITIY) JaKira will be celebrating with the Hughes fami ly and friends Love, Alvin and Elizabeth Hughes. ETHEL MAE WIGGINS Happy birthday mother, born 1-17-1937. You turned 73 on the i7th . Love, your sons, Bobby and Dorian Burris. Love you_ Ethel Mae Wiggins. HBPPV30th Binhdav DEMETRICK L.BROWN' Demetrick L Brown, will celebrate his 30th birth da y this weekend with fami ly and friends, from near and far ... MRS. DELIA MELVIN H a pp y birthday. From your family, with l ove. Monday, January 18, 201 0 at 6:45 A.M. Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa .. For Reserved Table of 10 Call (813) 874-8622 NO Tickets Sold At Door Keynote Speaker Angela Gittens, Director General A irports Councillnternaftonal World -Geneva: Switzerland Purchase T ickets at the following locations: Downto w n : Law Offices of Delano S. Stewart, PA 501 E. Kennedy Blvd.-Suite 760 (813) 221-4454 Wes1 Tampa: 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 l>th Street (813) 972-2895 North Tampa: Bible Based Fellowship 4811 Ehrlich Road (813) 264-4050 Brandon: Sista RiseN' Shine 213 E. Robertson St. (813) 662-o502 I HART lx'lghthouse r;; 1(_, c... l> z c: l> r 0 :D c l> CJ) m z -f z m ,.... m c: ,.... ,.... m ::! z "'0 c: m c CJ) :I: m c m < m :D -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 c G) m w I m

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Sunda.Y School Believe It, He Is the-One. l There are many people who ha, e been fooled, bam boozled, and hood"inked. Some people ha,e been taken ad,antage of by peo ple who tried to make them to find a way put ofl1le pit; a healing for their body, and salvation for their soul. belie, e that they had a cure all for all of life's problems. Matthew's gospel 9:27-34; 11:2-6, this week's les son, reports this \\eek that the Healer, Sa,ior, Deliverer, and Comforter has come. He \\Tites to inform the people that who you are looking for is here . The One who you have been pra)'ing for to come to your 0:: Make no mistake about LL c c f3 ::::;) w (ij c w :I: en :::i al ::::> a.. z tu _. _. ::::> al ..J w z z w en <( C a:: g LL it, we all are looking for answers to questions and solutions to all of life's prob lems. Many are still trying New Harmony M. B. Church NEW LOCATION : 2811 N 17th St. Tampa 33605 Phone For A-Ride (813) 531-4799 ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242 Careline: 248-HELP Sunday: Tuesday: Bishop Eddie Newkiric, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8 :00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w!Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45P. M &Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stj ministries@aol.com Mission Statement: ':4 Church o f the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreoch Ministry: al NOAH COMMUNITY, 11\C./ w BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK aid and n>SC!Ie arri' ed on the scene. All tile people haH' to do is belien it. Not only is the Healer Sa\ior, and Redeemer here, He is going to work miracles to strengthen your unbelief. Hear the power of .Jesus' presence. Matthew wtites in 9:27 that "t"o blind men followed .Jesus sa)ing, 'Son of Dadd, Ha, e mercy on us!"' The power of .Jesus' presence is so great that e\ en the. blind can see to fol low Him. There is something about of .Jesus that He sight to those who are blind. An indhidual can ha'e perfect physical \ision and yet be spiritually blind. But when .Jesus shows up, blinded eyes will be opened. Before they could ask for anything or be asked what they wanted from .Jesus they confessed who He was. Them calling Him "Son of Da,id" is a confession that FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor' s Office : (813 i 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677 Fax : (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay. rr com OR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/ C hildren Worship Times 7:30A.M. & 10:5 5 A.M l:!! :!!fiil!tllf) Sunday D:45 A M Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A M Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth / C hildren 7:30PM Adult A Satellite Campus For Faith B 1bla ln5titule 'Growing The Church For Globa l Change [Acts 1 'tl. Rom. 11J. 1 Thes. 1 :8J NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813} 247 REV. WAlTER J. WIWAMS Pastor Earty Morning Wcrshi p :55A.M. Sunday Mcrning Wcrship-9 :30A.M. Morning Worshi p :55 A.M. Wed. Family N ight 7 P .M. For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea Joon C. Lovett, Charnlan Board Of Deacons they belien' that He i s the Son of God. the coming Christ. :\.s people of God we must belie\'e that He is the Son. of God and has come into the world. You i'miSt belie\'t" that He is the One who has come to reign supreme m er all things. .Jesus asked them "Do you belie, e that I am able to do this?" (vs. 28). While you are follo\\ing Him, pra)ing to Him and seeking Him, .JestiS wants to know, ''Do you believe that He is able?" You must beJie, e that He is able to handle yout "THIS". You ha,: e your THIS. Your neighbor has his/her THIS. I have my THIS. But the question is, "DO YOU BELIEVE THAT HE IS ABLE?" He touched them and declared, according to your faith be it unto you (vs. 29). Your blessing and miracle is tied to your faith. God has t .... .. .. OF COLLEGE 3838 N 29th St. T ampa Fl 33610 (8H) 248-6600 23 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 29041:5 Tampa FL 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChildren org t ht> I X \WI' but u u mus t haH th e faith. When f n ith ronnf'Cts \\it h His pO\wr 011 c an be h e a led. del h erffi and set fret>. When you stmt to lwli e w that H e i s the one nnd He i s able, you will begin to set> God opening door s no mnn c an clo se You will stntt set>ing the manifestation of God's word and glory in life. .John's di sc iples came to .Jesus and Are )OU the one who was to come or shall we look for another?" (vs. u : _2). .Jesus does not give a yes or no answer. Ht> si mply says to them, "Go and repott what ha, e heard and seen" (vs. 11:4). If ) ouneed to know if He is the one, just look around at1d see what He has already done. If you need to know if He is able to fix your this ot is He the one who was prom ised, look around and see miracles He has petfotmed in other' s life. .Jesus is the one. You just h a e t o b elie e it. H e i s the o n e \\'hO can \\'Ork a miracle in your lif e .Jes u s i s so m e one you can b eJie e in! H e i s the on e, BELl EVE IT! UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St. Tampa ,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30P. 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i GRACE lWIY ISSIOURY I BAPtiST CIURCH i NEW FRIEJtDSHIP I M.B. CHURCH !3107 E Lake Ava. 248-4127 !aoo1 N 37th St 248-3n9 i l I I I I i ! i Pastor I I i ! i I l Early Morni ng Worship 8 A .M. Sunday School 9 :30A. M Weekly Activ i ties Sunday Church Schorrill 'itrett f lurid .. 11ov aililhfc HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMIUIITY BAPnST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Stree t Lutz, FL 33549 P O Box 2737 5 7 Tampa, F L 33688 REV. JOHII D. ANDERSON, JR. P a st o r Week ly Ser v ices Sunday School 9 :30A M Sun Mommg Wors h ip 1 1 AM REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, I Pastor 1 1 W e d N1g h l. Yout h P rayer S erv1ce And 0 1ble Study Sunday Morning Worship Services 7 :45A. M & 11 A.M I Sunday School-10 A.M. I Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7 :00P. M I T h urs. Night. Prayer S ervice And H1l>l c Study "Sttvm<) r na Srn ncrs A n a E du c at:n g n)(' fJoliHv o rs t C a n Do All r n 1 n g s I nrou g n Cnnst Who St engtnen s M o -Pt1rt 4 t 3 ST. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 6 2 8 0752 We b site : www.stmatthe wchurc11.org E m a il : rslms @ t arnpa b a y .rr.com BreaK Of Day w or s h i p 7:45 A M Su n da y Sc h o ol 9 :30a m M o rn i ng Wor s h i p 1 1 a m Praye r S e rvice Wednesday 7 p m study of the Bible Wed 7 :30-8: 30 p m Praise & Worship S e rv i ce Wed 8 :309 p m Children & Youth B i ble Study Wednesday 7-8 :30p. m Saturday Prayer Service & B i ble Study 10a. m Youth Bible lnstiMe 12-4 p m Teen Night F rida y b e f o r e the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m REV., W D. SIMS, Pastor College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30 t h St1 ee l 813-239-3161 I Growt h And Sharing God's Lov e Worsh i p o"pportunit i e s SUNLJAY Sunday School 9 :30A. M. Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW 6 :00 P M j l::venmg Worsh 1p I 7 :00 t-'. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M GREATER IOHH IISSIDNIIY m1 . Jtlltruut. T1aaKnae2 (81fl229 sunuv SChiel --1:15 a.Jii. larnloa WmhiP------11 Prayer servtce, Tuesnv. ______ I 11.11. Atnua Biblt SluiiV. TutsdaY-I:JI D.ll. Bible StUd. TUISdiV-------7 II ... I Can Do All Tbllgs 1brtu1111 Cllrtst Wlictl ...._..lb kPtiiJIIpttas4:U PLACE YOUR CHURCH SERVICE AD HERE! Contact 1\IIRS. HAYES (813) 248-1921 Or editorflsea1tinel.com (.. )> z c: )> ::c -< I\) 0 ...a. 0 ., r-0 :::0 c )> en m z ::1 z m ,... I m c ,... ,... z ""0 c m ,... u; :r: m c m < m ::0 -< -t c: m en 0 )> z 0 :::0 0 C> m 'U1 I m

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0 0 N lri" > a: < z < .., c u. c a: u. c z < c 0 w ::: 1-ft. w > w c w l: 0 :::::i m D. z i= w _, _, m ...:. w z i= z w 0 C a: 0 _, u. Local Diantond Dust BY NY' ASIA TAYLOR Listening to the stories told by m y grandparents about the Civil Rights Movement, I no w understand the importance of the Dr. King Holiday and the s acrifices that were made I can freely ride a bus to school eat in any restau rant and drink from a public water fountain. Most impor tant, I am able to get a quality education and have opp ortu nities that were not afforded to most African Americans over so years ago. To all those w ho particip a t ed in sit -ins, bo y cotts, m arc h es, and made sacrifices to ensure our generation co uld ha ve golden opportunities, thank you. We appreciate your contributions. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. The Mt Pleasant faculty and student body are getting ready for one of the school's most important events, the 3rd Annual Black Diamond Awards Ceremony This program will take place on Saturday, February 6, at Blake High School. Parents, students, teachers, and guests from all over the county will come together to learn who won in the different cate-gories. This even t allows us the chance to r ecognize great Africa n Americans in Hillsborough County. We hope everyone will be able to attend. For .tickets, call the school at 813-253-0053. Diamonds you have plenty of time to prepare for the volleyball and flag football sea sons. Parents and students of Mt. Pleasant the intramurals application has to be com pleted before participation in any sport. Diamonds make sure y ou have your ph ysica l and sc hool i nsuranc e if y ou want to pla y Mt. Pleasant' is still accept ing enrollment applications for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Please call the school at 813253-0053 for more informa tion. A reminder to all parents and students Mt. Pleasant Middle School is closed on Monday, January 18, 2010, in recognition of Dr. King's Holiday. Teachers return to work on Tuesday, January 19 and students return to school on Wednesday, January 20, 2010. What do I want to be when I gro\V up? Talent Showcase Finalist To Perform In MlK Celebration Krunk For Chri t mentaring mini tries wa created by Elder Michelle B. Patty and Corey "King Cobra" Felton for t h e purpose of giving exposure to Tampa Bay gospel artists. The talent showcase d erived from the Krunk For Christ gospel series featured national recording al'tist, Chapta "A" One Thousands Hats. The talent sliowcase gave members of the Tampa Bay community a time to shine before a celebrity judge panel, that consist of Miss Mouth, Eddie Reece, and Chapta. Since the showcase took place, Eddie Reece has calle d upon the finalist from Krunk For Christ to perform at the M artin Luther King, Jr. Celebration that will be held Saturday, January 16th at the Martin .Luther King, Jr. Center in Plant Krunk For Christ Talent Showcase finalist, Janelle ruchardson (holding trophy) with Corey lKing Cobrai Felton (left), Elder Michelle B. Patty, and Eddie Reece. City at 3 p m The event is free to the public. Patrons will b e entertained by a variety of artists such as Tom G., Janelle Richardson, Grip and T-Raw, and many others. Bring your famil y and fri e nd s and you r appetite b eca u se the r e will b e pl e n ty of food and entertain m e nt. For more information, call (321) 277 8696, or (813) 244 0848. School Choice and Even better... a Professor! & r Eetimical Education .. l know ... an Engineer! Maybe even a Doctor! on Period" /2010to}an. 25,2010 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

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Local N II') .... > a: < :::1 Tampa Tech Cosmetology Dept Has Hair And Fashion Show :i A few days before the ..., Christmas break the Cosmetology Department at C Tampa Bay Technical High a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w :::1 .... > a: w > w c w en :J a:a :::1 0.. z i= w ..J ..J :::1 m _j w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..J u. School held its Beautiful American Princesses (B. A P S .) Extravaganza Hair and Fash ion Show. The i dea c ame f r o m the movie, B eauti ful A m e rican Prin cesses, starring Halle Berry and Natalie Desselle. The purpose of the show was to showcase the cosme tology program. Some of the proceeds went towards R elay F o r Life in the fight against cancer. Instructor Sophia Heron said the clothing was sponsored by a business at University Plaza. Thirteen stud e nts with the hairstyles f rom t h e foll owing t h e mes: R oc k Star, Gala xy, T i t a n P ride ( S c h oo l Spirit), Fairy Tal es and B A P S ( Ba c k In The Da ys ). Ms. Heron was assisted by Michelle Allen.'-. (Photography by BRUN-' SON) Fashion and hair show participants included: Brianna Wigfall, Esscla Swain, Desarae Cox Brianna Sampson, Ariel Lane and Cha Davia Staten. Michelle Allen, Mentor /Director and Ieisha Cliatt, Assistant Coordinator Amanda Edwards and Deon Robinson in some of the popular fashions. Young men in attendance included Andrew Green, Coach Matthew Kichel (Head Wrestling Coach) and Julius Wilcox. Having fun at the hair and fashion show sponsored by the Tampa Bay Technical High School Cosmetology Dept. were: Brea Reese, Ahjah Norton, Jamie Gatheright and Rasheeda Gerald Striking a pose in the Galaxy scene are Zne Speights, Monique Williams and Xiomara Thomas. Jackie Layton, Gregory Bell, Cierra Bare and Josilyn Frater were among the fashion show participants.

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January Birthday Celebrants The birthstone thi s month i s the Garnet and th e flowe r i s th e Carnation Happ y birthday to the fol l ow ing cel ebrants: Cynthia A. Marshell, Michael Taylor, Roger C. Anderson, Shayne Lemon, Jennifer Moore, Brandi Edwards, Cheryl Newman and Debra Cole. January is a very busy month in the household -Olivia Wolfe, Kareen McGee, Lisa Hale, Verniene Monroe, Dominique Demark, Linda Coleman and Sonjia Michelle Walker. Peggie N. Lise extends happy birthday wishes to her brother, -Milton Eat:ly (Sacramento), who celebrated another natal day. May God continue to bless you with many, many more birthdays! Also cel ebra tin g birthdays thi s m o nth are: Freddie L. Johnson, Eddie Johnson, Danny Davis, Martha Williams, Carol Jenkins, Latisha Douglas, Theresa Walker, Vincent Thompson, Kanjon Medford, Rubin Rumph, Herbert Sweet, Sonja Barnes, Vernon Cofield, John Singleton, Jerome Darby, Barry Cole, James Reese, Issiah Baity, Sr., Jermaine Flowers, Albert Rivers, Shatika Jones, Jamal Munson, Kenneth McCrary, Tish Carlton, Verlene Hawkins, J anine McDowell, Teresa Peoples and William Alexander, III. Anniversary Celebrants Happy anniversary .to: Rev. and Mrs. Michael B. Price, and Mr. and Mrs. Carlos (Shirley) Sanchez. Electronic Filing Direct DepositAWillfble '. ;;: Low Fees Free Refund Estimates Cards Avail;ble loans 2112 W. Busch R 33612 l813J 944-2694 dgtaxservices@yahoo .com Instant Loans No Up Front Fees On Loans T,ax Preparation Electronic Filing Friendly Service This Year We Have New/Additional Personnel To Serve You Tanya starks (813) 244-7221 Pastor Kenneth Muldrow (813) 361-6520 Pastor Andre Aris (813} 433-6435 Ruth Smith (813) 230-1041 Dr. Shea Speights (813) 650-mo We Are Looking Forward To New Clients Don t Be Caught Up With Infer ior Service ... Come To The Tax Doctor For Quality Serv i ce! We W ill Resolve Your F i nancial Drama" plifting Prayers For The T o the family o f th e late Ms. Sick And Shut-Ins Lee Dora Blake, we s nd c.. Pray f o r c \ ery o ne every-our deepe t ympathy. Ms. )> wher e, but specia l pr ayers oo Blake ''' a funeralized J a n out to: Mrs. Lula Philon, 9 th )> Mrs. Bert Graham, Mrs. a u sag Lillie Mae Thoma tr t. Jam M. hur h Other items n ed Eloise Leeks, Mr athy R 1icha I B. Pri m en and women clothing a nd 9' s hoes. bnb, clothes. strollers cribs bassinets and ear S l'ats. c; Kirsey, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence (pella) Vickers, Mrs. Annie Da is, Mrs. Charlotte Dukes, Mrs. Marjorie Guest, Mrs. Beatrice Lasing, Anthony Filer (Sun Cit y Center), Mattie Mills and Alfonso Johnson, Sr. Also in neerl of prayer for a speedy recovery a r e: Mrs. Marie Benson, Mrs. Bonnie Rickmon, Doqald White and Henry Sanders. Sympathy Condolences are extended to the Fields family in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Don Fields. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends, co-workers and for mer students Yours truly and church family extend condolences to Mrs. Allie McPherson in the passing of her nephew, who was funeralized Saturday, Jan_ 9th. Friends and neighbors send condolences to the family of our long-time resident, Mrs. Mollie Johnson was funer alized on Jan. 9th. and congregation send birth day g reetin g to: Mrs. Corn Me all, Mrs. Sherry Ferrell, Mrs. Mury Baldwin a nd Mrs. Joyce Humphrey. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village E v ery third Satur day of th e month between 8 a. m and 1:! no on, the c hur c h give s donated clothing, t oys and h o us e h o ld ite m s at 8616 Progress Blvd. (between 7 8th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.) Progress Village 50th Family Reunion Come help us celebrate, June 11-13th, 2010. For more information, check out the Reunion Website at progressvillagefamilyreunion.com or call Tony Parker at (813) 8436739-Christlike lnreachOutreach Ministry Christlike Ministry, 3011 Orient Road Tampa needs your help to feed their resi d ents and the homeless. Items needed for the food For pil'k up rail (813) 403 -0071. Scripture (Ephesians 4:7 ) ""Rrtt 1111to rl'l'I'!J o11r of rts is yirc11 ymct occordillf} to tlrt' llll'IISIII't! oft/re f}(/f C!(C/rl'ist ... Thought For Today '"An op timi s t s t ays up until m o rnin g to see tlw New Year and n pessimist s tays up t o make sure the old one l eaves F. Y.J. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remembe r our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. There's a new helper in the kitchen, Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. Call your news in to lradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Yes We Can! Our Services Include: PERC Instant Loans $f200 $19'00 Self-Employment R.A.L. Refund Anticipation Loan R.A.C. Refund Anticipation Check ., r-0 :::u U) m z m r-c: r rm -4 z c: aJ r-c;; m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., :!! c C) m CD I aJ

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0 a:: LL 0 >c( 0 ffl ::> 1-w > w 0 w :X: rn :::i cc ::> Cl. z ...J ...J ::> cc ...J w z f= z w en c( 0 ex: g LL j I w a.. Comfort Foods soothe and warm the soul & these dishes are especially welcoming during the chill days we've been having! 'Baked Potato Jans 4 medium potatoes 1 tsp salt (optional) 2 to 3 Tbsp melted butter 2 to 3 Tbsp chopped fresh herbs (chives thyme, sage, parsley) 4 Tbsp grated Cheddar cheese 1-1/2 Tbsp Parmesan cheese DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 425. Wash potatoes but leave unpeeled. Cut potatoes into thin slices but not all the way through Place potatoes in a baking dish Fan their slices slightly Drizzle with butter. Sprinkle with salt and spices. Bake potatoes for about 50 min. Remove from oven Sprinkle with cheeses Bake potatoes for another 10 minutes until lightly browned, cheeses are melted and potatoes are soft inside VITAMIN WATER BREAD or EGGS COKE or HATS or SPRITE GLOVES ALL FLAVORS $1.00 3FOR S4.00 10 FOR ss.oo $1 0.00 BEAUTY GARCIA SAUSAGE SUPPLY .. $4.99 BOX SPECIAL ANDY'S SAUSAGE SPEND $50.00 & $3 99 BOX 3 BLUNTS STRAWBERRY SWISHER FOR$1.00 305 CIGARETTES $3.49 PACK $31.00 CARTON NEWPORT $4.99 PACK $46.99 CARTON (j a rUe:J{erb Crusted 'Beef 'Roast 1 Beef Bottom Round Roast Rub : 2 tsp each dried basil & thyme 2 tsp garlic-pepper seasoning 1 tsp dried parsley DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 325F. Combine rub ingredients; press onto beef roast. Place roast on rack in shallow roasting pan Insert ovenproof meat thermometer so tip is cen tered in thickest part of beef. Do not add water or cover. Roast in 325F oven 1-2 hours for medium doneness. (Do not overcook.) Remove roast when meat thermometer registers 150F for medium doneness. Let stand 15 min utes. Carve roast; season to taste. 11!/l-3608 N. 15th [Corner 01 lalleJ For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For Snapp er *Shrimp Sheap H ad Churches, Banquets, e Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. Food Stamp Cards rrontor1 813.247.51.28 ATM Machine On Premises

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Recipes 'Baked 'Potato DIRECTIONS FOR THE OVEN: Preheat oven at 350 degrees F. Potnto cooking_ times vary depending on the size of the potato:45 minutes 400 degrees F. or 60 minutes 350 degrees F. or 90 minutes 325 degrees F. Rinse the potato (or potatoes) with water and, gently, scrub it with a vegetap!e brush Rinse again thoroughly Now, take a sharp knife or a fork (please be very careful) and pierce i\ five or seven times on each side Why should you do that? Because this will let the steam inside the potato to get out. If you don't pierce the potato it may ... explode. If desired, rub the potato with olive oil. Now you can bake the potato (I like to use a cookie sheet) and remember to tum it over after 30 or 40 minutes. How do you know when it is done? Well, just pierce the potato with a knife or fork and it should be soft and tender. Be careful because the potato will be very hot!!! Remove the potato from the oven and serve it with your favorite topping. (Bacon, cream cheese, butter, sour cream, broccoti and cheese and even chili. .. the options are endless!) DIRECTIONS FOR THE MICROWAVE: Rinse the potato (or potatoes) with water and, gently, scrub it with a vegetable brush. Rinse again thoroughly. Take a sharp knife or a fork (please be very careful) and pierce the potato five or seven times on each side. If desired, rub the potato with olive oil. Wrap around the potato with a wet towel paper. Cook for about 5 or 6 minutes using the microwave. Then, cook for about 5 or 6 more minutes. Pierce the potato with a knife or fork and it should be soft and tender Be careful to not over cook. publix.com/ad ----------------------------------------------"" 0 .:0
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Without healthy digestion, yo u can become malnourished and toxins will build up in your body, leading to degenerative diseases and rapid aging down the road Indigestion is caused and made worse by overeating -especially rich, fatty, spicy, acidic foods and alcohol. The following remedies will get your digestion on the right .track: walk After a large meal, take a 10to 20-minute stroll. Aside from the proven benefits to your heart, walking is the perfect gentle exercise for promoting digestion and encouraging cleansing of the l ymphatic system. W alking helps food move a long the digestive tract, improving digestion and absorption. For added benefits, walk while massaging your abdomen with your palms, in a circle around your belly button. Herbal Tea Relieve that feeling of fullness with herbal teas that target your digestion: Steep 1 teaspoon each of mint, rose mary, oregano, cilantro, sage and/or basil in a cup of hot water. Drink after each meal to soothe and prevent bloat ing Peppermint, chamomile, and ginger tea are other good choices for settling the stomach. Also, look for Chinese herbal formulas for digestive support and cleansing. Apple Cider Yinenr Apple cider vinegar is trnttitionally used to remedy digestive distress, support detoxification, normalize digestive juices and reduce intestinal bloating. Mix 1 tablespoon of organic apple cider vinegar with 12 ounces of warm water, and drink in the morning on empty stomach. Feel free to add a little honey or maple syrup Lemon water will also help. Eat Right. Eat Light These meals will help yom bod y recover from overindulgence : Breakfast: Eat oat bran cereal, brown rice, or any other whole grain cereal (as long as it is unbleached and does not contai n any added sugar or chemicals). Pair with unflavored soy milk. Lunch/Dinner: Eat any combination of beans, brown rice, oat bran, vegetables, organic chicken, turkey or soy-products Super Cleanse Broth: Simmer any combination of the followirlg ingr' edients .fot an hour. : collards, Swiss chard, kale, mustard greens, cabbage, dandelion, Brussels sprouts, daikon radish, wah: rcress, seaweed, shitake mushrooms, cilantro, garlic, l eeks, fepne l, anise, fresh ginger, and turmeric. Drink 8 ounces twice a day. Detox Exercise To aid your digestive system, try this body-mind exercise that was designed by ancient Chinese phys icians to help stimulate the liver arid drain the excess toxins from the body : Stand with feet shoulder width apart in front of a wall. Inhale w hil e raising your right leg and exhale while placing your right foot-on the ground in front of you Accepting New Patients. lnduding Childron ANGELLA TOMLINSON, DOS PA GAIL C MCDONALD, ODS MPH Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentwes Extraction Implant Restorations Welk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Ao::epted Senior Citizen Disca.xlts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare .com between your body and th wnll. Inhale while rnising both arms from the sides until they come together over your hend. Exhale while lowering your hands in front of your face. Visualize green light running down your face as your hands move down to your chest. Inhale as you move your hands to the right rib cage over your liver. Exhale as you move your arms down your right abdomen and right leg, as if pushing down and out with your hands. Visualize the green light moving 'the toxin s out of the liver, down the live r meridian on the inside right leg, and out the big toe. Alcohol Overload Th e liver i s one of the hardest working organs in your body and performs a wid variety of fun c tion s. It s mo s t important tas k s include th processing of nutrients, the production of bile to h e lp in dige stion of food and elimi nating wastes and clean s ing the blood of toxins such as drugs, a l cohol and other dan gerous substances. The liver has the ability to regenerate itself, but the effects of alcohol eventually wear down the liver. You already kn ow that it's best to k'ee' ;yoor (lrinl
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Skin Cancer Realitv For Minorities Enouuh!JustVVhvls Soda So Badil! }Ia z c: }Ia lJ < ..... Ev e n though Blac k and Latin o p eo pl e a r e s i gnificantly less lik e ly t o dev e lop m e l a n oma and other form s of skin r elated cancer, when they do contract the illness, it is often much worse tha n when contracte d by those that do not h ave as much m elanin. Cases take n from the state of Florida, on e of the sunniest states and home to significant Black and Latino populations, showed that 1 ,148. Hispanic and 254 Black cases respectivel y w e r e a m o n g the 41 ,072 m edical situatio n s in vo lv in g melanoma. "The si mple message i s that even though Blac k s and Hispanics a r e at l owe r risk, the y can still get m elanoma," explaine d vice chairma n of d e rmatology at the Sylvest e r Compre h e nsive Cancer Center located at the University of Miami, Dr. Robert Kirsner. "There seems to be a lack of awareness, so they're diag nosed at a later stage." S oda. Of all the possible drink out the r e, soda probabl y has one o f the worst, almost crimina l r eputa tions, next to alco h ol. F o r African Am e rican s, this m ay b e e v e n m o r e o f a cause for concern, since m a n y of the conditio n s s uppose d ly-caused o r m a d e n worse b y so d a con sumptio n affect our community m o r e ofte n A standard so d a contains caffeine, pho p horic acid, hig h-fructose corn syrup, sodium b e n zoa t e, carbonated water and adde d color s and flavors Sus p ect #1: Caffeine Almo s t everyone is pretty well acquainted with caffeine. But what some may not know is that caffeine is also an addictive diuretic and stimulant. Guilty Of: Dehydration. Suspec t #2: Phosphoric Acid. Phosphoric acid is a chemical that adds a tangy or sour flavor by breaking down starches into refined sugar. Guilty of' Impaired Tampa General Hospital is a Joi nt Commission-c ertified primary stroke cent e r and state-design a ted comprehensive stroke center. The TGH team of stroke neurologists neu roradio l ogists and neurosurgeons provides patients with the most advanced stroke care available Our neuroscience program is also recognized for its care of adult and pedi atric pati ents with sp i nal cord and brain i njuries, epilepsy movement d i sorders and tumors of the head neck and spine. Choose TGH to get your lif e back on course PhysidanFinder Referral Service 1-800-822-00CS Affiliated with the USF Colleg e of Med icine Digestive Syste m Tooth Decay, W eahe n e d B o nes I Osteoporosis and Kidney Damage. Suspect #3: R efine d Sugar. Sugar refining i s the process of extracting out the sugar (sucrose) from pl ant materials and then r emoving other unwanted m a t erials from the extracted raw sugar. C .ompletely refined white sugar contains no nutritional value, meaning no vitamins, rio minerals no proteins and no fiber. Guilty Of' besit.Y Dinb r t a11d Deprt>sscd lmm1111 ystem. usp pr v n t mold. Guilty 0{:-ll1t mal C ell Dam.pg W e know w know, ,!.11 "' 0 ..... 0 ta te gr at. And as a oci ety, we've b e n drinking it for so long that t h e idea o f going without i s almost painful. But, p e r a ll the a bov e informatio n know that there are som e tasty alternatives out there ; including pure water fla vored wi t h anything from basil and mint to l emon "TT r and orange slices, even 0 with a little honey. The r e's :::0 also juice -try watering down 100% juice to cut back on the sugar content. In addition, tea can offer -z great flavor w ith added m antioxidant benefits. r;CD c: r Tampa General Hospital r m ::! z "0 c: CD c en :X: m c m < m :::0 < -f C: m en c )> z c "TT c NEUROSCIENCE ..... (A) I CD

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> a: <{ POLK COUNTY NEW ::> z <{ ...., c a: u.. Shaw-Nul Shout-Out Q a: u.. c z (] Dl f f"' f i < Simone McFarlane shared her good news with Earl Haynes, 1 -Lowu:uu Housing Authority Resident Services_Director. c U) w ::> This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes out to Ms. 1-Simone McFarlane, of Lakeland. She knows where she s ft going! Recently, Simone visited the office of Earl Haynes to share her good news. Congratulations, Simone on returning W to classes and successfully receiving your high school diploma! You go, Girl! Keep moving forward! Your pctential is unlimit::t: ed when you believe that you can U) :J m ::> a.. z tu ...J ...J ::> m w z i= z w U) ( a: 0 ...J u.. Hagan's 13th Birthday Bash On Sat., January 9th, Hagan Dowdy celebrated his 13th birthday with a birthday bash held at the Auburndale Y a cht Club. The festivities began at 7 :00 p.m. Friends, family and BAMS (Berkley Accelerated Middle School) classmates were in attendance Hagan and his guests enjoyed pizza and potato The highlight menu item was the Birthday Cookie Cake (a huge cook ie!!!) decorated in Florida Gator colors! Celebrating this special occasion with Hagan were his BOYZ : Detroit Pettus, Austin Mathews, Blake Allen, Nathan Byrd, Jerry Compere, Matt Arnold, Michael Shaw, II, Dalton Toole and Dalton Dowd. Happy Birthday! Shaw-Ntif Talk extends wishes for a belated happy birthda y to Albert Phillips of St Petersburg w ho cele-m brated h i s 18th natal da y on Jan. 1 2th Happ y Birthday, Albert! Cl M a y the Lord continue to if bless y ou with many, m a n y more. Shaw-Nuf Talk extends much love to you. A Child is Born Nubian Princess Oniya Lenae Lang, the daughter of Ashley Jarvis was born at 11:03 a.m. on Thursday, January 7, 2010;at Brandon Regional Medical Center. This beautiful bundle of joy arrived weighing in at 6 lbs. 8 oz. and measuring at 19 inches long. A Shaw-Nuf Salute Shaw-Ntif Talk salutes the 350 soldiers who departed from The Lakeland Center on Friday, January 8th. At a later date, after a 45, 7day training period at Fort Hood, these soldiers of the 2nd Battalion of the 116th Field Artillery Regiment of the Florida National Guard will be deployed to Iraq and Kuwait. After the Polk County Veterans Council conducted a Band of Brothers ceremo ny, the battalion of companies of Bartow, Lakeland, Dade City and Winter Haven, marched into the TLC s arena ushered b y a Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4289 Color Guard family m embe r s frie n ds and digni t aries w e r e present. Publix Super l a rk e t s proYid e d bro wn bag lun c h es f o r th e sol di e r s t o enjoy ''i t h t h ei r fami l i es whi l e say i ng goodbye B u ses transporting the sol di e r s we r e escor t ed b y L a k e l a n d P olice D e p a rtm e nt' s m o t o r cycle offi ce rs, as t h ey d eparted for the Orlando In te rnati o n a l Airpo r t. Let us re m e mb e r th ese so l d i ers and their f amilies in our praye q; Volunteers Needed For Day On, Not Day Off The Greater-Lakeland In terde_nom ina tiona I Minister's Alliance, in partnership with Lakeland Habitat for Humanity and Faith in Action presents Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service 2010. The theme is Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day On, Not a Day Off. This event will be held on Monday, January 18, 2010, beginning at 11 a m. Volunteers will work and assist with painting and yard clean-up for elderly cit izens The focus of this work is connecting people and r es t oring h omes through simple acts of kindnes s so that homeowners can once again live in a safe and decent home. Volunteers are ne e ded and are asked to meet at New Bethel A. M E. Church, 2122 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Avenue, in Lakeland, at 11 a.m., on Monday, January 18th Volunteers must be at least 13 years of age (minors must be accompanied by an adult) High school and col lege students will be award ed credit for their participa tion For further information and/or to sign up call (863) 507-8720 today! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk w ants to hear from you Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings family reunions, ci v ic groups, social clubs, religious organ i zations and community news e tc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin b y sending an e mail to: shawnuftalk@ y ahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 -lakeland Mavor swearing In Ceremonv Held V e t e r a n pol i t i c i a n Gow Fields captur d the m a j o r ity of t h e votes for the Offic e of Mayo r of Lakeland during a r unoff e lecti o n Fam i l y m e mb e r s and fri e nd s we r e o n h a nd to w i t ness his Swear i n g Into Office Ceremon y A L a k e l and native, Fields is Presid ent and CEO of Fi e ld s & Comp a ny an All s t a t e Insurance Company : He is a gra du a t e of Kathleen High School and Polk Community Colleg e H e continue d hi s Mayor Gow Fields is shown being greeted by well-wishers. This was an exciting morning for Lena Johnson-Ford and Kelly Herbsleb, of Fields & Company. Community activist Annie Phyalls is shown with Stacy Campbeii-Domineck, Polk Works Executive Director, who shared a moment after the ceremony. du e t i o n at t h Uni v r sity of outh F l oridn, w h r h arn d h i s B A d gr i n Busin s a n d a Mast Degre in B u s i n ss A dm i n istr atio n fro m Nova Southeastern Univ r ity H w ill e r v e a 4 y a r t erm at a sal a r y o f $23,518 p e r yea r Fields, 46, i s m a rri d to Kay Fields, C h ai rwom a n of the P o lk County" Sc hool Bo ard and President o f Girls Inc. of L a k e l and. (Photos by Cynthia Shaw). First Lady Kay Fields and First Daughter, Jasmine Harris were all smiles ufter the ceremony. Reverend Billy Shaw, brother-in-law of Mayor Fields, attended the swearing-in ceremony. Christel Graham and Steve Wade were among the happy supporters of Mayor GowFields.

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It does not d i scr imi nate on the basis of race. color, national and ethnic origin in the adm i n i s tration of i ts educational policies adm i ssions pol i cies scholarshi p and loan programs, and a thletic and other school administered programs NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC #12770 the holder of the followi ng certificate has flied said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certifiCate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names In wh i ch I t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 077361 .0716 Certificate No.: 140364-07 F ile No.: 2010-112 Year o f Issuance : 2007 OescrtptJon of Property : TROPICAL ACRES UN IT NO 5 LOT 33 BLOCK 7 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 43158 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 34-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s) In wl)ich assessed : JESUS ESTEBAN CORTEZ CHRISTINA DEJESUS CORTEZ Sa i d pro!)erty be in g I n the County of H ills borough, Sta t e of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certi f icate shall be sold t o the h ighest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edged!mb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day of February 2010, at 10 :00 A M (N OTICE : Please ca ll (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verily sale locatlon) Dated thi s Zllll day of Dtcembtr 2009 PAT FRANK C lerlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerlt If you are a person with a dls.blllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate tn this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistan ce 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 nteded; If you are hearing or voice impaired call711. Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEREBY G IVE N that TARPON IV LLC '#2770 the ho l der of the followm g certifiCate has f lied said certifiCate fOf a tax deed to be 1 ssued the r eon The cert 1 f 1 cate number and year of o ssuanc.e the descripti on of the property. and the names "' whiCh n was assessed are as follows Folio No 079306 .0000 Certificate No 140980-07 F 1le No : 2 010-113 Year of Issuance 2007 Description of Property : 'MMAUMA TO'M'-1 OF REVISED MAP NE Y. OF LOT 3 BLOCK 89 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 1/136 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 10.32-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in which assessed : EST OF OORETHA WASHINGTON Sa i d property be i ng i n the County of H ill sborough State of Florid a Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law. the property described in such certi f icate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor. George E Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO 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 location) Dated this Zllll day of Oectmbtr, 2009 PAT FRANK Clerlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy C l erlt If you are a person Wlth a disability who needs any accomm:odatlon In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provisi on 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 se rvice Is needed ; If you are he arin g or voice Impaired, call711. Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Please Call (813) 310-8608 For Details Barbers Needed For Busy Grow ing Establishment! Supreme Styles Barber Shop 8643 N. Nebraska Avenue (813) 443-5741 Daycare Professional Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove Learning Center 208 West Frances Tampa Florida Call (813) 314-9600 NOTICE OF APPLICAT IO N FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC #2770 the holder of the foll ow m g certlfocate has f 1 led said cert i ficate f o r a tax deed to be ISsued thereon .The certr facate number and year of assuance, the descripti on of the property. and the names 111 whiCh n was assessed a r e as fol lows Folio No. 076968 0010 CertifiCate No.: F il e No. : 2010-114HX Year of I ssuance : 2007 Desc ripti on of Property : RODNE Y JOHNSON S R I VERVIEW HIGHLANDS UNIT 2 W 50 FT OF LOT 2 AND ALL OF LOT 10 BLOCK 22 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 24130 SEC-T'M'-RGE : SUBJEC T TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name ( s ) i n whi ch assessed : DARYL SMITH Sai d property being in the County of Hi ll sboroug h State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord in g to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO 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 verity sale location) Dated thi s 2J1ll da y of Dtctmber, 2009 PAT FRANK Cl"erlt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerlt It 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, (BIZ) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. End Zone Barber & Unisex Shop Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylist With Clientele Brayon Jones (Owner) Call (813) 523-2660 (813) 654-3808 Family Care Worker For Small Residential Facility P!T 24 Hours Per Week Wh ich Consist Of N i ghts And Weekends Shifts H S D i ploma Or Equivalent Must Have Valid Drivers License And Pass Background Screening Call For Appointment (813) 375 3933 Between 9 a.m. 4 p.m. EEO/ADA Employer : NOTICE OF APPLICAT IO N FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPO N IV LLC '#2770 the hol d er of the f ol lowing cert1hc ate h s flied said cort t h c ate for a tax deed to be I ssued t hereon The certtfocate number and year of 1 ssuance thO description of the property and the names Ill which was assessed are as follows Foho No. 076493 0100 Certificate No 139999-0 7 F1le No 2010-115 Y ear of Issuance 2007 Description of Property : TRACT BEG 150FT E AND 871.20 FT N OF SW COR OF NW Y. AND RUN N 696 .96 FT E 250FT S 696 .96 FT AND W 250FT TO POB SEC-T'M'-RGE: 2030.20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTS TANDING TAXES Name(s ) I n which assessed : JEFFREY DAV I D HILL Sai d property be ing I n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest b i dder at the Jury Aud itorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 18th day of Febr uary 2010 at 10: 00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ex t 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this Zllll d ay or Dtctmber 2009 PAT FRANK Cltrlt of Circuit Court of Hill sborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Cl erlt If you are a person with a dl .. blllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provi sion of certain assista nce. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impa ire d call 711. Jobs 4 USA/Felons Looking 4 Work & Can 't Find Any? 1,000's Of Money Making Jobs & Opportunities Available 16 -65 Start Today No Experience Felons Welcome For More Information And Location Call (813) 965 -7991 ,.. NOT ICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX 0 EO NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 112770 th hOidcf of tha toliowlng c rtW te has flied ld certtfocato lor a tax deed to be ISSued t hereon Th ccrtttlcato numbe r and year olossu nee. th desc r i pt i on of the property. nd tho names I n wh i ch I t was assessed oro as follows Foloo No 077588 .0100 No F1le No 2010 116 Year of lssu nee 2007 Oescrlptlon of Property : TRACT BEG 1032 82FT S OF NW COR OF NE Y. OF N E Y. RUN E 500 FT S 01 DEG 1 7 MIN 35 SEC E 804 66 FT THN ALON G CURVE 487 .88 FT CH BRG S 78 DEG 17 M I N 48 SEC W 490 .58 FT THN W 20 FT AND N TO POB SEC-T'M'RGE : 11-31-20 SUB JECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : EST OF EDWARD A WELCH EST OF EDWAR D GOSSETT Said property be i ng I n the Coun t y ol Hillsborough S t a te of Florida Unless s uch certificate s h a ll be redeemed accor ding to l aw, the property describe d In a u c h certificate shall be sold to the h ighes t b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E E dgecomb Courthou s e 800 Eas t Twlgga Street Ta mpa FL 33602 on the 18th d a y or Feb ruary, 2010 a t 10 :00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale l ocation) Dated this Zllll day or Dtctmbtr 2001. PAT FRANK Clerlt or Circuit Court of Hillsborough Couhty, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT D eputy Clorlt II you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this procudlng, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to tht provision of certain asslatanct. Plene contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 801 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the datt the service Is needed ; If you are htarfng or voice Impaired, call 711. HUD Homesl 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199.00/Monthlyl 1 y J 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years@ 8% ., Listings 800-366-9783 Ext5490 / CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8. 00 -1-20 WqRDS AND 50 ... ., '"" FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD

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NOTI CE OF APP UC A TION FOR TAX DEED NOT I CE I S HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 1277 0 the no l aer o r tne lollow1ng cert 1 i 1ca e has l liea sa1 0 cert1f 1cate for a tax deed to be ss u ed !Tlereon The certifiCate number and year O f ISSuance the deSCripti On Of the property ana the n a mes 1 n Nhld'l rt was a.ssessed are as FoliO No 07912 9 0000 C ertd"ICate No 1409<45-0 7 F11e No 2010-117 Y ear or Issuance 2007 Descri p tion of P r operty : IMMAUMA TO'/o/N OF REV ISED MAPS \-1 OF LOT 3 BLOCK t2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 11136 SEC-T'M'-RGE t 0-32 -20 SUBJEC T TO All OUTS T ANDING T AXES N a me(s) in which a sse s sed: SABRINA HILL TIEE Said property bein g I n the Count y of Hillsborough Starte or Florid a U nless such certificate sh a ll be redeeme d a ccor d i n g t o l a w the p ro p ert y descnbed i n such certifiCate s h all be sold t o t he highest b idder a t the Jury Aud it o ri um 2 nd Floor. George E E dgecomb Courthouse BOO East Tw i ggs Stre e t Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day or February, 2010, at 1 0 :00 A M (NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Date G t h i s ll1l! day o f December 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circu i t Court of Hillsborough County Florlda By : LAUREN D MERRITI 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 .. slstance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276 -8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXOEED NOTI CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder of tho following certifiCII!e has flied said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The cerlillcate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names I n which 11ssessed are as follows : FoliO No.: 077905 0000 CertifiCII!e No.: 140871-07 File No.; 2010-122 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : N % OF S % OF SE Y. OF SW Y. LESS W 50 FT THEREOF FOR RIW SEC-1\W-RGE : 26-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : EDWARD C SALISBURY JOAN H SAUSBURY Sai d property being i n the County of H ill sborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed to Ia,, the P!Operty described I n such certificate shall be sold to tho h ighest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Slreel. Tampa FL-336P:Z.on the 18th day of February 2010 at 10 : 00 A .M. ( NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to v erify sale location) Dated this 3lb day of December 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with 1 disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the prov'-lon of certain assistance Please contact the C lerk's ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service '-needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. FOR TAX DEED N OT ICE I S HEREBY GIVE tnat T ARPON I LLC IT2770 me no e r ol e lolk>NV>g cert lC31e na.s fliea sa.a cert >cate for a lax deed lo be ssuea ereon Tt>e certn!Cate number and yeat ol rSsuance IT1e de=tpi!On ol the property and tile name s on ..nlch was assessed are a.s Fol10 o o1s9n. o1oo No f ile 0 2010-118 Y ear of Issuance 2007 Descrlptlon of P roperty : PERU THAT PT OF LOT 7 DESC AS COM AT SWL Y COR RUN N 29 DEG 45 MIN E ALG Wl Y BDRY t25 FT FOR POB CONT N 29 DEG 45 MINE 84.02 FT TO NWl Y COR THN S 60 DEG E ALG NL Y BDRY 75FT THN S 29 DEG 4 5 MIN W 84.02 FT THN N 60 DEG W P !L TO SLY BDRY 7 5 FT TO POB AND S OF CLOSED MAGNOLIA S T ABUTIING O N N LESS W 8 FT THERE O F PLAT B OOK/PAGE: 111l.. SEC -T'M'R G E : 1730-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a me ( s ) i n which assessed: M GAYNELLEASTERS Sai d p rop e rty being in t h e Co u nty o r Hill sboroug h State of Florid a Unless such c ert ificate shall b e redeemed accord ing to law the properl y descri bed I n s u ch certificale shall be sold to the highe st bidder at the Jury A u ditori u m 2 nd F l oor, George E Edgecomb C o urthouse 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 ver ify sale l ocat ion) Da ted thi s ll1ll day or pocember 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person wtth a di s ability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC tl2770 the hOlder of the following certifJCate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The cer1ifiC8to number and year of lssuance,the description of tho property, and the names In which assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 077611 0000 Certificate No.: 140610-07 Fne No. : 2010-123 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : STELLING VILLAGE UNIT NO. 1 LOT 17 BLOCK 12 . PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 38145 SEC-1\W-RGE : 07-3120 SUBJECT TO ALl OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : MIGUEL A LARA-LEDEZMA MARIA ESMERALDA AGUILAR Said property being in the Coun1y of H illsborough Starte of Florida Unless such certificate shall be according to l aw the property described I n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 18th day of February, 2010, at 10 :00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sa l e location). Dated this 28th day of December 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk 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, (8131 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Ia needed ; If you are hearing or volellmpelred, call 711. TAX DF.F.D OTICE OF APPLIC ATIO FOR TAX DEED NOTICE I S HEREBY G l EN tnat ERONA V LLC 112773 tr>e M e of I e rot YlQ certlfocate 1\as riled saKl certftiCate for a tax deed to be >Ssued mereon h e certn>cate number and year ol 1 ssuance tile descnpt!On of tne property. and tne names tn wtuch 11. was a.sses.sed are as folk>W'S FoliO o 075977 0200 Certn>Cate No 139941 F 1le No 2010-119 Year of I ssuance 2007 D escri p ti o n of P roperty : PERU THAT PT OF LOT 7 DESC AS BEG AT SWL Y COR THN N 29 DEG 45 MIN E ALG Wl Y BDRY 50 FT THN S 60 DEG E 75 FT THN S 29 DEG 45 MIN W 50 FT TO SLY BDRY THN N 60 DEG W 75 FT TO POB P LAT BOOK/PAGE: 1113 SEC -T'M'R G E : 17-30-2 0 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N a m e (s) I n which assessed : DON A HARTLEY Sai d prop e rly being I n the Count y or H illsborough S tate of F lori d a Unless such certi ficate shall be r e de e med accord ing to law the property descri bed i n such c ertificate shall be sold t o the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO Eas t Twiggs Street Tampa FL 3 3602 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 ll1ll day of oecember 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI 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 Ple ase contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of Issuance, the description of the properly and the I n which was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 077361 0624 CertifiCate No.: 140358-07 File No : 2010-124 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: TROPICAL ACRES UNIT NO. 5 LOT 27 BLOCK 6 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 43158 SEc-TWP-RGE : 34-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : BETTY LOVEn GREGORY W LOVEn Sai d property being In the County of Hillsborough, Starte of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street T111J1Pll, FL 33602 on the 18th day of Februjlry "2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 3lb day of December, 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN 1:>. 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 aas'-tance. 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 '-needed ; If you are hearing or volca Impaired, call 711. OTICE OF APPLICA TIO FOR TAX DEED NO T I C E I S HEREBY G l EN I at TARPON IV LLC 112770 t e 1\Ckl tM f 9 cert IC.'Ite s hkld cert .care tor 8 Ia> deed I O be I SSUC>d thf tne property, and the name s m "JJo'f'ld'l was as.sessed are as nows FoliO N o 077164 0050 C ertrf.cate o F1ie No 2010120 ear o f I ssuance 2007 Desc rlptlo n o r Property : LEE COMMERCIAL GROVES PT OF LOT 7 BLOCK 4 DESC AS TRACT BEG 245 85 FT N OF SW COR OF NE OF SW Y. AND RUN N 346FT E 574 FT MOL TO WATERS OF BULL FROG CREEK SLY ALONG WATERS OF BULL FROG CREEK TO PT 472FT E OF POB AND W 4 72 FT MOL TO POB LESS N 71. 5 FT THEREOF AND LESS S 116 FT THEREOF IN 30-30-21) PLAT BOOKJPAGE: 1 0130 SEC-T'M'-RGE : 30-3 02 0 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N ame(s) I n which assesse d : DAVID GELLER NICOLLE GELLER Sai d property b ei n g I n the Cou nty of H i llsborough Stat e of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law the property descri bed i n s uch certificat e shall be sold to tho h ighosl bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Tw i ggs Slreet Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day of February, 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTIC E : Please call (813) 2 76 8100 e x t. 4809 to verify sale location) Oaled t h is ll1l! day of Pecombar 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITI 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 contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC #12770 tho holder of the following certificate has flied 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 which was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 0773113. 0580 Certlflcato No : 140374-07 File No.: 2010-126 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : THAT PART OF S% OF SE Y. OF NE Y. DESC AS BEG 603 .11 FT E OF NWCOR AND RUNE 100FT S 187 .61 FT W 100FT AND N 187.71 FT TO POB PARCEL 7 SEC-T'M' RGE : 36-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assened: JOHN JOSEPH EBERT Said property be i ng In the County of Hillsborough, Starte of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h ighest b idder at the Jury Audltoriu m, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th 'cjey of February 2010 at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale Dated thi s 3lb day of Dectmblr 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Cler11 If you are a person with a dlaabtllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost-to you, to the prov'-lon of certain au'-tanct. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA DEED NOT ICE I S HEREBY Gt EN that TARPO N IV LLC 112770 11\0 I'IOid I the g cert te has 1 1 d s ld oonlf It! tor a tax deed t o be o uuctd t horoon T hft cert cate numbe( and 01 1Uuan<:e, t h descnptiOO ol me prop<>rty nd lho names "'>Milch n was aues.sctd are as FoliO No 07H26. 7196 to No F1leN o 2010 -121 e r of Issuance 2007 Deacriptlon o f Property : TROPICAL ACRES SOUTH UNIT N O 4 LOT I I BLOC K 28 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 4 6/52 SEC-T'M'RGE 02-312 0 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES N ame(s) In wh!ch assessed : MARCESIO CARRERA Sai d pro p erty being In the County o f Hillsborough S t a t e o f FlOrida. U nl ess a u c h certificat e a h a ll b e re deem e d acc o r d in g to l a w t h e p rope rty describ e d I n such certifi ca t e s h a ll b e s old to t h e h i gh es t b i dder a t tho Jury Auditorium. 2nd Floor George E E dgecomb Courlhou se. 800 E ast T w l gg a Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th d a y of February 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTIC E : Please call ( 813) 2 76 8100 e xt 4809 to verify sale location) Dat & d t his ll1l! d a y of Decem bar 2001 PAT FRANK Clerk of C ircuit Court of tilllsborough County Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a perso11 wtth a dlaablllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, are entitled, at no coat to you, to provision of certain asalatanct. Pleaae contact the Clerk' ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenalon 4208, two working daya prior to the date the aervlce Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TARPON IV LLC #12770 the holder of the following certificate has flied said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of l 11uance the description of the property, and the names I n which H was assessed are 11 follows : Folio No.: 077426 .711& Certificate No.: 140437-07 File No : 2010-127 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : TROPICAL ACRES SOUTH UNIT NO 4 LOT 19 BLOCK 27 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 46/52 SEc-1\W-RGE: 02-3120 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : LAND TRUST SVC CORP TTEE Said property being In the County of Hillsborough State 1 Unlen such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law !he property descri bed In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E E dgecomb 8QQ 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 location) Dated this Z1Jb. day of Dtcemblr 2001. PAT FRANK Cllftl of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Cler11 If you are a person with a dlaabtllty who nHda any accommodation In order to participate In thll proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain ualatanc:e. PIIUI contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenalon 4208, two working days prior to the date the service Ia nHded; If you are hearing or volca Impaired, call 711. I ..... (Jt N 0 ..... 0 r-0 c )> CJ) m z z m r-m c: r rm z c: m r-c;; ::J: m c -t c: m en c )> z c c

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Jamestown, 144 years after th e signing of the Emancipa tion Proclamation, and 32 years after th e Supreme Court banned segregation, th e United States of America -North and South, Black, Brown and White -will stop for 24 hours to honor the memory and the light of a Black American Because he lived, dreamed and died, many factories of fices schools, all federal and m a n y state age ncies wHI be closed All over America, men women and little children will link hands and hopes in an unprecedented national holi day for Martin Luther King, Jr., a grandson of a former slave who rose to spir itual heights attained b y f ew mortals and thereby fulfilled the Biblical adage which says that he who is last shall b e first. Thi s astonishing recognition of Black initi a tiv e and lead ership would have been incon ceivable a few years ago, and it This is the tradition and hope that the Martin Luther King, Jr., holida y brings to the Republi c A nd that tra di tion speaks in a nd through th e King Holiday, telling us that a people who could produce a King has no need for fears or apologies or doubts As the first Black American so honored, Martin Luther King, Jr., joins the most ex clusive of all American clubs. Ironically, and significantly th e only other American hon ored by a national holida y i s George Washington. There is iron y a nd truth in this For King and his non violent army gave America a new birth of freedom. They banished the Jim Crow Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Date Of Birth: Place Of Birth: Date Of Death: Place Of Death: Parents: Occupation: Movements: Spouse: Children: January 15, 1929 Atlanta, Georgia April4, 1968 (Age 39) Memphis, Tennessee Reverend and Mrs. Martin (Michael) Luther (Alberta Williams) King, Sr Baptist Minister African American Civil Rights Movement and Peace Movement Mrs. Coretta Scott King Yolanda, Martin Luther King, III, Dexter Scott, and Bernice Major Organizations: Southern Christian Leadership Confer ence (SCLC) Important Prizes: Youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (1964) Presidential Medal of Freedom (1977, Posthumously) Listed on Scholar Molefi Kete Asante's list of 100 Greatest African Americans (2002) Congressional Gold Medal (2004, Posthumously) National Monuments: Martin Luther King, Jr. National Me morial (Planned) Alma Mater: Influences: Morehouse College Crozer Theological Seminary Boston University Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln Theodor Herzl, Mahatma Gandhi Benjamin Mays, Rosa Parks Bayard Rustin Henry David Thoreau, Howard Thurman, ;md Leo Tolstoy signs. browned American pol itics, and transformed the student mo e ment the\ omen's m ove ment and the church. And all Ameri ca n are in deb t ed to King and th e nom io l e nt liberator who broke int o meri an history lik e beneficent burglars, bringing with th e m th e gifts of \'i s ion passion, a nd truth. It ca n b e argued in fact that King. freed m o r e White p eo ple th an Black p eo ple : This th e n i s a national hol id ay with national implica ti o ns. And we are calle d in and thro ugh th e h o liday, to the national ta s k of co ntinuin g the s truggle for th e fulfillment of King's dream. The crucial point here and e ls ew here is that thi s i s not a holiday for r es t and frivolity, and pl ay. This is a da y for study, struggle and preparation for th e victory to co me. It i s a day s e t asid e for measurin g ourselves and A m erica Effective Business Writing Basic Grammar Business Finance Frnancial Planner Cer tificatei CFP? 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King's Ttmeline Loving Your Enemies :\!any o f th e speechl'S by Rev. Dr. Martin Luthe r Jr. h ; t \'e ser ve d as t he f o r his po1,er a s an ora tor. One o f Dr. King s lesser knfm1t spn: c h es offered a pre \'tew of his path of non-l i o knu.:. I n Decembe r 1957, Dr. King delivered th e s peech 'Love Your Enentie s fro m th e pulrit o f D ex t e r Av e nu e Bapt i s t C hu r c h, in M o nt )40mery, Alabam a. E xcerpts o f tha t s peech follows. ... So I w a nt t o turn your a t t e n ti o n t o thi s s u bj ec t: "Loving Your Enenties." I t' s so bas i c t o m e b e ca use it i s a part o f m y bas i c p hi losophi ca l a nd th e o l og i c a l orie n ta ti o n the w h o l e idea o f l o v e, the w h o l e philosophy o f l o v e In th e fift h c hapt e r o f the gos p e l a s r ecorded b y Saint Matthew, we read fr o m the lip s o f o u r L ord and Mast e r : "Ye have heard that it has been said, 'Thou shall love thy neighbor, and hate thine enemy. "But I suy unto you, Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that despitefully use you; that ye may be the children of your Father which is in heaven." ... We have the Christian and moral responsibility to seek to discover the meaning of these words, and to dis cover how we can live out this command and why we should live b y this command .. .In the final analysis love is not this sentimental something that we talk about It s not merely an emotional something. Love is creative, understanding goodwill for all men It is the refusal to defeat any individual. When you rise to the level of love, of its great beauty and power, you seek only to defeat evil systems. "It is a love that seeks nothing in return. It is an overflowing love; it's what theologians would call the love of God working in the lives of men. ... Now there is a final reason I think that Jesus says, "Love your enemies. It is this: that love has within it a re demptive power. And there is a power there that eventually transforms individuals. . .If y ou love your enemies you will discover that at the very root of love is the power of re demption "There is a power in love that our world has not discov ered yet. Jesus discovered it centuries ago. Mahatma Gandhi of India discovered it a few years ago, but most men and most women never dis cover it .... The following year, Ms. Izola Ware Curry stabbed Dr. King in the chest with a 7' letter opener. Instead of having her arrested, Dr. King requested that she be treated at a mental institution It's amazing what you can accomplish when you focus on the details. Discover for yourself how paying attention to the detail!: can really pay off when it comes to your money. let SunTrust help. With our simple and convenient online tools, you can stay on top of your money today and in the future. We even make saving easy. To flnd out how you can get started, visft suntrust.com/sol1d SUNTRUST Live Soltd. Bank Solid. SunTI'IJ5t Bank, Member SunTrust Benb, Inc SunTrust and Live Solid. Benk Solid are r.clly regi*red service marb of SunTrust Banlci, Inc. :0 0 }< '> z c > :0 -< .... U1 1\.) 0 .... 0 ., r 0 ::D c )lo (/) m z ::t z m r;m c: r r z ., c: aJ r c;; ::z:: m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )lo z c ., ::D 6

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King's Timeline > a: ar in luther ling, Jr. Time line And Quick Facts i: . ... ... ... iil)ert:Y of thee l sing ... : .. 1 : : ; day even the state of (thers died, lal)d 9 ( state \)the pilgrim's ofhijustice, .'pri.de1 froqf with the heat of will be transau . of . .

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King's Timeline Jaarv 15, 19 9 1 51 ; Enters Boston Univer-z sity for graduate studies. Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was b01n to Rev. and Mrs. Martin (formerly Michael) Luther King, (Alberta Williams) King, Sr., on at noon on January 15 1929. Parents: The Reverend and Mrs. Martin Luther King, Sr. He spent the first 12 years of his life in this home at 501 Auburn Avenue, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia. 1944 1953 Marries Coretta Scott and settles in Montgomery, Alabama. 1955 Received Doctorate of Philosophy in Systematic Theology from Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, on June 5, 1955. His Dissettation was entitled, "A Comparison ofGod in the Thinking o Paul Tillich and Henry Wiseman." JJ -< r-0 Graduated from BookerT. Washington High School and was admitted to Morehouse College at age 15. Joins the bus boycott after Rosa Parks was arrested on December 1. On On December 1, 1955, Mrs. Rosa Parks refused to give :D 1948 Graduates from Morehouse College and enters Crozer Theological Seminary. December 5, he is elected president of the Montgomery Improve-ment Association, making him the official spokesman for the boycott. up her seat on a city bus to a white man. She was ar.rested C and booked into the Montgomery Jail. A meeting was held and the Negroes agreed to boycott the bus system. m The boycott lasted for more than a year. Ordained to the Baptist ministry, February 25, 1948, at age 19. On December to'", the Bus Company stopped services in the Negro neighborhoods. THE LAW OFFICE OF DELANO S. STEWART, P.A. Standing: Delano S. Stewart, P.A. AV Rated lawYer seated L ToR: Conley V. Morrow, Esq; Veromca K. Furse, Paralegal and Nonnan A. Harris, Law Clerk "45 Years Of Legal Service To Our Community ... Still Working For You" Areas Of Practice: DUI Criminal Personal Injury Civil Litigation Probate Family Law The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to you free written infonnation our qualifications and expenence. DELANO S. STEWART ATIORNEY AT LAW This Is Why Martin Fought And Died For People Like ..... SANDRA CORNWALL, Esq. Specializing In: Family Law Dissolution Of Marriage Adoptions Divorces Child Support Matters Probate Guardianships Wills Powers Of Attorney Attorney Conley Morrow Specializes In: Foreclosure Defense Bankruptcy Creditor Harassment LOCATED AT: 501 .E. KEN NE.DY .BLVD. SUITE 760 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 GIVE US A CALL AT: (813) 221-4454 z m r;m c: r r-z c: m c CJ) ::z:: m c m < m :D -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :D c

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King's Timeline ..... > a: 1956 <{ On Janu a r y 26'1'. Dr :::::l z 1King i s arrest e d and j charged with driving 30 mph in a 25 mph zone After being jailed for the 0 first time in his life, he is fE released on his own recog-0 it LL 0 z c( 0 C/) w ::: .... w ru nizance. On January 30'\ a bomb is thrown onto the porch of the King home. Mrs. King, her daughter, Yolanda, and church member Ms. Lucy Williams are in the house. No one was injured. On February 2nd, a lawsuit is filed in federal dist rict court asking that Montgomery' s travel segregation laws be declared On February 21"1 Dr. King, 24 other ministers and more than 100 others are indicted for being involved in the boycott. They were charged with being party to a conspiracy to hinder the operation of business without "just or legal cause." 1956 Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, emerge from the Montgomery, Ala., Courthouse in March 1956 after King's trial on charges of conspiring to boycott segregated city buses. On June 4'\ aU. S. district court ruled that the racial desegregation on city bus lines is unconstitutional. On November 13, the Supreme Court rules that bus segregation is illegal, ensuring victory for the boycott. -0 w :I: C/) :::::; m ::: Q. I am especially honored z W ...J ...J ::: m I ...J w z z w C/) c( g a: 0 ...J LL (.) I
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King's Ttmeline 1959 The IGng.s visited India to study Mohandas Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence. Resigns from pastoring the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church to concentrate on civil rights full time. He moved to Atlanta to direct the activities of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. 1960 Becomes co-pastor with his father at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Lunch counter sit-ins began in Greensboro, North Carolina. In Atlanta, King is arrested during a sit-in waiting to be served at a restaurant. He is sentenced to four months in jail, but after intervention by John Kennedy and Robert Kennedy, he is released. 1961 In November, the Interstate Commerce Commission bans segregation in interstate travel due to work of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Freedom Riders. 1962 The Albany Movement leaders included, frol left, Slater King, the president of the movement; Elza Goldie Jackson, the recording secretary; the Reverend Sammie B. Wells, the chairman o voter registration; Thomas Chatmo,n, the director o voter registration; and Robert Thomas, a local barber and active volunteer. During the unsuccessful Albany, Georgia movement, King is arrested on July 27 and jailed. Come audition on January 20, 2010 at the Brandon Community Center located at 502 E. Sadie Street, Brandon, 635-8179. Auditions will take place from 9 : 3Qam-3 : 30pm Restrictions: Participa -nts must be at least 55 years young. Only solo and duet acts, no groups please. Please bring your own instruments and your own tape/cd player, or an accompaniment to the audition. There is no entry fee. Ten acts will be chosen from the audition to perform in our Senior Star Talent Show at the Spoto High School, Riverview Fl. The date of the show is February 20 Tickets will be on sale after the audition at the Theatre and at any Bright House Networks location. Brought to you by: bright Audition for your chance to shine! h ouse., ... ,..... ......... 19li3 On Good Friday, Apri112, King is arrested with Ralph :\htTnathy hy Policl' Commissioner "Hull" Connor for without a ptTrnit. On April13, the Birmingham campaign is launched. This would prove to be the turning point in the war to end segregation in the South. :c 0 )> :< t... )> z c )> :c -< .... .... 0 ., r-0 :c 0 )> During the eleven days he spent in jail, MLK writes his tn famous Letter from Birmingham Jail. z On May to, the Birmingham agreement is II! The stores, restaurants, an. d schools will be 0, hiring of blacks implemented, and charges droppef;J. F rOn June 23, MLK leads 125,000 people on a Freedom !!J Walk in Detroit. z "tJ c IIJ c CJ) :::t m 0 m < m :c -< -4 c m CJ) 0 )> The March on Washington held August 28 i s the largest E5 civil rights demonstration in history with nearly 250,000 ., people in attendance. ::!;! 0 no a

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Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy in the White House Rose Garden following President Kennedy's meeting with leaders of the civil rights movement, 1963. TIME On January 3, King appears on the cover of Time magazine as its Man of the Year. During the summer, King experiences his first hurtful rejection by black people when he is stoned by Black Muslims in Harlem. President Lyndon Johnson met with prominent black lead-ers on January t8, 1964, to discuss his war on poverty. From left to right are: Roy Wilkins, Executive Director of the NAACP; James Farmer, National Director of the Congress o Racial Mar.tin Luther Kinx. Jr., head of the South ern Clll'istianl.cadcrship Conference; Whitney of the Urban League: and Johnson. On March 26'", Dr. King and Malcolm X nrc shown ut n press conference in Washington, D. C. 1965 On Febnm1y 2 King is aJTcsted in Selma, Alabama during a voting rights demonstration. ., r-0 0 )> CJ) m z m President John F. Kennedy poses Aug. 28, 1963, at the White House with a group ofleaders of the March on Washington, including Martin Luther King Jr. and union leaders A. Philip Randolph, an AFL-CIO vice president and principal organizer of the March on Washington, and Walter P. Reuther, then-president of the UAW. From left: Whitney Young, National Urban League; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Southern Christian Leadership Conference; John Lewis, Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee; Rabbi Joachim Prinz, American Jewish Congress; Dr. Eugene P. Donnaly, National Council of Churches; A. Philip Randolph, AFL-CIO vice president; Kennedy; Walter P. Reuther, UAW; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, rear, and Roy Wilkins, NAACP. King is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10. Dr. King is the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for Peace at age 35 Protesters march to bridge where police are waiting in Selma, Alabama. c: Sign up ror enervr Plllnner, nd ntclew free Motile Enet'fW Audit llftd elght-gy.......... bulbs. E.c<3 LA1---Want to lower the cost of your electric bill, save energy and take control? Our energy analysts are ready to show you how with our free Energy Planner program. Take advantage of lower electricity rates available most of the day and save even more by controlling appliances with an advanced thermostat installed free by Tampa Electric You'H also receive a complete Home Energy Audit, eight energy-saving light bulbs and recommendations on how to help maximize savings. Sign up at tampaelectrie.com/energyplanner or call813.223.0800 in Hillsborough County. 863.299.0800 in Polk County or 1.888.223.0800 in all other counties (select Home Account, then Energy Saving Programs to reach Energy Management Services). Energy Planner Is designed for single-family homes (multi-family, mobile and manufactured homes are Ineligible) To complete a free Energy Audit visit tampaelec:trlc.com/saveenergy. rr-gJ z c: aJ c CJ) :z: m 0 m < m -t c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 ., ::n B

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0 Timeline >a: < ::::> z < J On Sunday," March 7, 1965, some 6oo rights marchers headed east out of Selma on U.S. So. They got only as far as the Edmund Pettus Bridge away, where state and local lawmen attacked th billy clubs and tear gas and drove them back i On March 9,1965, Dr. King symbolic march to Edmund Pettus Bridge in lma, Alabama. On March 25th, Mrs. Viola :t Liuzzo, a wife and mother, C shot and killed while a: rlrhri n LL c z c:( :t After President Johnson C the Voting Rights Act ffi law, Martin Luther King, Jr. turns to so,cwecon .... w > w c w :I: (J) :J m a. z tu _. _. m I _. w z i= z w (J) c:( c a: 0 _. LL (.) 0 ,.... w onortn 1966 On January 22. King moves into a Chicago slum tenement to attract attention to the living conditions of the poor. In June, King and others begin the March Against Fear through the South. On July 10, King initiates a campaign to end discrimination in housing, employment, and schools in Chicago. 1967 The Supreme Court upholds a conviction of MLK b y a Birmingham court for demonstrating without a permit. King spends four days in Birmingham jail. On November 27, King announces the inception o the Poor People' s Campaign focusing on jobs and freedom for the poor of all races. e Dr. King mude his first uppeurunce in Mem1>his during the strike on Murch 18 ut Muson Temple. He met with AFSCME International president Jerry Wurf (right). AFSCME field representative Jesse Epps has his lumd on Wurfs shoulder. Behind King is AFSCME nutionul director of field services, P.J. Ciampa (rising from his sent). The Rev. Ralph Abernathy, right, and Bishop Julian Smith, left, flank Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during a march on behalf of striking sanitation workers in Memphis,, Tenn., March 28. Rev. P.L. Rowe is at far left. The dignity of the march soon gave way to disorder. Witnesses said a groupo about 200 youths began breaking windows and looting along Beale Street about 20 minutes after the march began. Police moved in with tear gas and nightsticks ream HART pays tribute to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. May the dream live on in each of us. HART Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority HARrmfo Une 813-254-4278 TDD 813-626-9158 www.goHART.org l009 Ftoridlia Outstandina Public Transportation System Pf...ad br Flclrict. Alloclltlon

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, )> 1968 During the Civil Rights era, Re v Martin Luther King Jr., made five public appearances in Durham. The most dramatic was on February 16, 1960, a s the sit-in movement swept across the Jim Crow South. After visiting the Durham Woolworth's, located on Parris h Street, which had clo sed its lunch counter after demonstrations the previous week, Dr. King addressed a standing room only crowd of 1 ,:too people at White Rock Baptist Church. On April 4, 1968, Dr. King was scheduled to visit Durham, but cancelled at the last minute. The daily sanitation strike marches resumed March 29 -one day after rioting left Main and Beale littered with bricks and broken glass and dappled with blood. The city was taking no chances on a reJ>eat o the violence: National Guardsmen in armored personnel carriers equipped with so-caliber machine guns escorted marchers. Outside the Lorraine Motel Wednesday, April 3 U.S. Marshal Cato Ellis se1ved Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a temporary restraining ordet from a federal judge, barring them from leading another march in Memphis without court approval. Also present were top King aides Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Andrew Young, .James Orange and Bernard Lee. The restraining order was issued to stop a national March on Memphis planned for April 8. Black leaders accused the police of brutality while police officers said they did what was necessary to testore order. In the wake of the violence, a curfew was imposed and more than 3,8oo National Guardsmen were rushed to the city. Dr.l\tartin Luther King Jr. resting in the Lorraine Motel following the March Against Fear, Memphis, TN, 1966, reading the Memphis Press-Scimitar. Headline rends, King Takes Over For Meredith; Suspect .Jailed -$25,000 Bond. Less than two yeats after this photo was taken, Dr. King was assassinated outside of his room on the balcony of this motel. At sunset on April 4, Mattin Luther King, Jt. is fatally shot while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Riots break out in 125 cities, leaving 46 dead .. (Photo by Ernest C. Withe r s ) Mourners line the street waiting for the funeral procession of Dt. Martin Luthet King, Jr., to pass Mrs. Corella Scott King is shown at the funeral of her husband, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, .Jr. MAN WHOSE MESSAGE AND LIFE REPRESENTED EQ!)ALITY FOR EVERYONE, REGARDLESS OF RACE, CREED OR COLOR'' Gap-_ GIBBS &PARNELL, PA -ATTORNEYS AT LAW .... !l!!.i A P Glllll S E S Q. MAITHE\V KOCHEVAR, ESQ,_ THOMAS E. PARNELL ESQ ERIC ,1,.\. ,\-\OOilL ESQ (813) 975--4444 1--800--711--5452 71 2 E. FLETCH E R AVE T A P A. F l 3 3 61 2 \\'WVV.GIBBSANDPARNELL.COM OUR FIAA1 I S RATED "Av" HY MARTINDALE-HUB B ELL THE HIGHEST RATING F O R LE GAL ABILITY AND ETHlCAl STANDARD, W ORLDWID E NOT ONLY DO WE CARE ABOUT fiNDING YOU JUSTICE. WE CARE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY. GIBBS AND PARNELL TAKE PRIDE TN FTNDING WAYS TO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY. IT'S A PARTNERSHIP WE HAVE FORGED WITH YOU TO GIVE BACK TO THOSE AROUND US FINDING JUSTICE IS -OUR BUSINESS. BEING A GOOD C I TIZEN A N D HELPI N G T HE COMMUNITY IS OUR GOAL rlu.! Hiring 1/.f Ltmy.:r I t An Impor t ant D.:secion 11w t Should N z c: )> l:J < .... N c ..... c r 0 :B c )> en m z tii r;m c: r r z c: m r Cii % m c m < m ..... c: m en c )> z c l:J c G) m ...... .... I ()

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0 N Ln 0 .,... w CJ "Let us not despair. Let us not lose faith in man and certainly not in God. We must believe that a prejudice mind can be changed, and that b the Grace of God, can be lifted from the alley of, hate to the o( . -, .. ., .... .;_;.-C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. Grand P resident S.KAYANDREWS Executive First V ice Grand President C. BL VTHE ANDREWS, Ill Grand Inner Guard Ella Sue Polite M.G. Wade Aletrice Harris Alma Morris Julia Mae Nelson ._,' ' :*-. ... ),. ROSA LEE WILLIAMS Tallahassee Northwest Region Vice Grand President WYNETTE THOMAS HINKLE Orlando Central Region Vice Grand President ROSSIE GEORGE Grand Treasurer DEPUTIES Agnes Jackson Perall L. Keys Willeen Kelly Rosa Lee Williams Eva Merkison GWENDOLYN C. HAYES G rand Secretary MS. ALMA PURIFY Grand Recorder MAMIE CRAIG Grand State Deputy Rosa Lee Harvey Lottie P. Williams Catherine Roberts


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