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Celebratin 65 Years In The Tanzpa Ba Area Custodian Ha ng Sex ............ .... d "For 1th Student SEE PAGE 22-A ANNUAL POINSETTIA BALL HELD Members of the Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., recently donned their finest apparel for their 4th Annual Poinsettia Ball. This event funds the Sorority's major projects and scholarships. Members of the Poinsettia Ball Committee shown from left to right are: Sammecia Bagley, Tenisha Smith, Violette Poinvil, Co-Chairperson, Natalie M. Powell, Chairperson, Annette Summerline, Natasha Williams, and Adrienne Reddick. (Photograph By RICKY ROBERTS). Fair's Wall-Of Fae lain laed SEE PAGE 3-A Caiaian Votes To sue Kalin Wllita SEE PAGE 11-A ---Justice---Targets Youlll. : SEE PAGE 2-A Suspect Saugld In Eatery .... ...,. SEE PAGE 23-A :

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0 c; Features c LL New Law Removes Shackles From Juveniles BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On January 1 s t, a new law went int o effec t th a t prevents handcuffing and s h ack lin g of juveniJes in courtrooms. Th e only cxcep tion t o th e rul e is whcn a judgc f ecls th ere i s a flight ris k or the po ss ibility o f p o t e ntial harm. Florida Supreme Court justic es rul e d la s t month that, '"Indiscriminate shackling of children in Florida courtrooms as described in the NJDC's Asessment repugnant, degradi ng, humili ati ng and contrary to the stated primary purposes ... policymakers s h o uld in c r ease th e r eso urc es that are available t o improve delin4u e ncy r e pre se ntation in juve nil e court. 2. Th e e lected Publi c D e f e nd ers s h o uld e n sure that youth are competently r e pr ese nt e d b\ d efe n se counsel a t all court h earings and throughout th e entire delinquency proc ess 3-Youth should not u e per mitted to waive counsel without prior consultation with such counsel. It is imperative that youth understand the long term consequ ences of a juvenile adj udic ation. of s h ac klin g y outh by hand. foo t and belly "chain for court appearances unless an e xtenu ating indi\idual s ituati o n w a r rant s such restraint. 7-The quality of representation in jun.>nile court should be improwd through early appointment of counsel. r ed u ce d defender caseloads additional lawy e r training and adequate super\ision and monitoring of cases in juvenile court. The presumption should be that children are not restrained when appearing in ><( court and the restraints may be C u se d o nl y upon an individualize d determination that such LL restraint i s neces sary,'' thejusC tices wrote. 4 Judicial colloquies and admonitions administered to youth must be th oroug h com prehensive and easily understood. Judges s hould take the time to fully test a youth's understanding. s. A comprehensive review of indigence determinations and other fees assessed in juvenile court s hould be undertaken. 8. Florida s hould es tablish a minimum age for juvenil e court j uri sdiction and children under twelve s h o uld be diverted from juvenile court. Young children unde r twel ve should never b e handcuffed or booked in the same manner as o lder youth. 9. Local courts, l aw sc h oo l s or bar associations should rou tinely collec t data on defense representation in juvenile court to identify and address system i c weaknesses. TI1ey also adopted the followin g list of recommendations: c 1. State l egislators and local U) 6. State l eg isl ators, l oca l pol icymakers, and juveni l e court judges should end the practice 10. Pl ea agreements should never be taken at arraignment in juve nile court. w :::J 1->---------------------------------------------------------------------a: w > w c w J: en :J m :::J 0.. z i= w ..J ..J :::J m I ..J w z i= z w U) <( c a: 0 ..J LL Our Heart Is Tampa Vote ForMe This Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 Gil and Monica Sanchez I am asking for your vote as State Representative for District 58. I would like to be your neighbor and see your family grow with mine. For me, it is very important to represent the beauti ful diversity of this community. My last name being a Hispanic last name is not important. What is important for me is that I can communicate effec tively and support you, your community and your needs. I am to service you. I am your candidate. Some or my . -" --. Attor.ey in Corporate & Law ill addition to lmm.ignttioa Ud Fondosun Defeme- Atteadcd tile Univenity of Florida for aadergraduate studies aad law school Majored in political Kieaa. aad received a minor aad cer1ifiation in Latin .Americao Studies. Member or Delta Chi Fraternity Received the leadership honorary Florida Blue Key Awarded a intcnuhtp with U_S. Scaator Bob Graham's Washington., D C. oflkc through the Wasbillgtoa Center- Awarded the most pcatigioas leadenhip awards ud positioDs at The Univenity of Florida Outstaading Male Undergraduate Leader Oat.w.ding mllpanic Stuckttt or tbe Year U.F Hall or Fame or the Law Council at the Levin of Law .Prn ioas Board member of Bay Ana Avison Co-Foandcd the Democratic Professioaals Coaacil, Tampa Bay Chapter I.nstnamellbl in reactiv11ting tbe H.illsborough Coanty Democratic &panic Caucus of Florida ill 2008 and ti its Prc!ddcnt Vote ForMe! vote sa nchez20 1 O .corn <( .. A New Vision for Your Community. Sanchez: N Pro-Businl.-ss, Pro-Education, Pro-You Sanchez w t (}r ..,till' Ht nL-,'IV(. () .flo r ,;-, i"o it t ic:at p:.aiLI ror :.and C;ifht.orto -(;.ir' rO'f'"Slalr !'H Groups To Host Criminal Justice Forum JULIANNE M. HOLT ... Public Defender JUDGE LISA CAMPBELL THEDAJAMFS .... Assistant Public Defender The Women's Planning Council of FBCCH in conjunction with Abe Brown Mini stries will host a Criminal Justice Forum on Saturday, January 23rd from 9 a.m. until I p.m. Among the distinguished panel members will be: Moderator, Robert Blount, Director, Abe Brown Ministries; Julianne M. Holt, Public Defender; The Honorable Lisa Campbell and the Honorable Herbert Baumann, Circuit Judges; Norman Campbell, Chief Probation Officer Department of Juvenile Justice; William Daniels, U S. Attorney's Office; Yvette Boatwright, Unified Family Court, and Theda James, Assistant Public Defender. The forum will be held at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 North 29th Street. SENTlNEl COLLECTS DONATIONS FOR HAlTl A collection box has also been established at the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Office, 2207 E. 21st Avenue to accept donations for victims of the earthquake in Haiti. The Sentinel is collecting items such as : First Aid Items Toothbrushes Tooth Paste Combs Brushes Bathroom Tissue Soap Deodorant Bleach Lysol Shampoo Towels Sheets Blankets Feminine Hygiene Items Baby Food Baby Formula Powdered Milk Rice Corn Beans And Other Non-Perishable Food Items

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Local ;n > C. BLITHE ANDREWS, JR. REV. A. LEON LOWRY DR. ISRAEL TRIBBLE MS. FELECIA WINTONS-TAYLOR BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Florida State Fair Authority will honor out standing AfricanAmerican and Hispanic individuals at the 2010 Florida State Fair who exemplify a commitment to excellence and enhancing Tampa or Florida s rich heritage and culture within their respec tive communities. The vot ing period to cast your votes ends on Wednesday, January 27th, at 11:59 p m. State Fair Advisory com mittee members reviewed l the nam es Of .. .African Americans and Hispanics who made significant contri butions in their respective counties or the state. From those nominees .five individuals were chosen for the honor. The three winners in each category who receive the most votes will be chosen. The African American candidates for the 2010 Florida State Fair s World Vlllage Heritage Wall of Fame are: C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.; the A. Leon Lowry, Sr.; Dr. Israel Tribble; Mordecai Walker; and Ms. Felecia Wmtons-Taylor. The Hispanic nominees are: Ms. Matilda Garcia; Ms. Rene Gonzalez; Richard Gonzmart; Bob Martinez; and Vicente Martinez Ybor. Ms. Denise Shreaves, Manager of Marketing and Public Relations for the Florida State Fair said, "This is our way to the contributions of these individuals to their commu. nities." The honorees a nd/ or their immediate family embers (if the nominee is : deceased) will be invited to l opening d ay ceremon y and presentation on ' February at 11 a m. 1 in the Family Theater at the Florida State Fair She also said the public is encouraged to vote for the individual that they feel b est reflects a positive contribu tion to their heritage and race. This year marks the to6th Annual Florida State Fair It opens on Thursday, February 4th and will end on Monday, February 15th. For more information on the Florida State Fair or the Fairgrounds visit www.flori dastatefair.com, or call toll(8oo) 345-FAIR or (813) 621-7821. Tampa Police To Install Traffic light Cameras > z c > ;n BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor this of the process he is N unsure how mnny 1m ms In recent years p o lice departments throug h ou t the cou ntry hav e installed cam eras a t specific intersections in th e ir res pective communi ties The purpose of th e traffic light cameras is t o photo graph cars who fail to obey traffic laws. the policl' depnrtment will N purchnse or wher e th 1m-erns be pin d 0 Law e nforcement age n cies in Florida have installed the cameras at intersection viewed as being dangerous intersections. In k ee ping with the idea of reducing traffic accidents in at those accident-prone intersections, the Tamp a Police Department is taking the first s teps to install camera s at several troublesome inter sections. CHIEF JOHN BENNETI The Tampa Police Department Assistant Chief John Bennett said th e department is c u rrently working with the Pur c h asing Department to release a R eq u est for Proposals. At hie f B nnett said, "Th ere arc so m b n efits to having J aw e nfor eme nt agenci s install th e m ras. We have studied iti nationwide. "Our only goal installing the cameras is for public safety and to see thnt the c.-uneras do what they nr supposed to do and thnt i photograph driv e rs running t raffic lights." H e further s tated that the selection process is expect e d to take up to three month s and that th e intersections where the ca m e r as were installed had not been decid ed. ---------------------------------------------------------------0 AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE FREE ProttJssional StJI'IIictJ! Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee InvestigatorsIf there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, BUS, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week ::2 CA m z -1 z m c rr m -1 z "'0 c: CD r-cn, :C m 0 m -1 c: m CA 0 > z 0 ., :::0 6 G) m w

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Local N N N > a: < ::::> z < ..., Haiti Relief Enorts Unite Groups c a: u.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor L ast Tue sday, January 12th, a d evas tati n g earthquake rocked th e i s l and of H aiti, creati n g th e wors t disas t er in mor e th an 200 yea rs. A seco nd ea rth quake rocked the country early Wednesday m o rning. As th e n ews s pr ea d peopl e from aro und th e world hav e volunt eered t o h eip th e s ur vivo r s with food, wat e r and o th e r lif e -saving esse nti als. Several effo rt s are und erway in Tampa t o pro vide imm edi ate h elp as well as providing a continuous supply of esse n tials. Haitian American Ainsley Daux spearheaded an effort to collect bottled water > for Haiti. The first shipment < left the Bay area on Thursday. Daux has several uncles, u. aunts, cousins, and other relaC tives living in Haiti. He has already received word that at least one of his relatives has died as a result of the earthquake. W Daux stated that he had collected about 30P cases of water when he contacted Ms. w Dianne Hart, President of > the Hillsborough County DemW ocratic Part)r. After talking, the fil two decided to join forces for :r: the common cause. Ms. Hart said the call for m help was placed on Facebook it and the response was immediZ ate. "People started calling -Wt-within the hour and we col...1 lected over 100 cases of water .... :::: m ...:. Ainsley Daux, who spearheaded a relief effort to assist victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti, has partnered with Ms. Dianne Hart and the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus. to be sent to Haiti, she said. State Democratic Black Cau cus President Bruce Miles has also encouraged all 19 chapters of the organization to help with donation. The partnership is not col lecting any cash money. They are immediately concentrating on water. However, they are also accepting donations of blankets, non-perishable foods, canned goods, clothing, personal hygiene, first aid, and baby products. Ms. Hart is accepting dona tions at her business, Ms. Dee's House of Beauty, 3720 Dr M. L. King, Jr., or call (813) 748-0952. Ainsley stated that if some one wished to make a donation and did not have transporta tion, they can call him at (813) 546-1954, or his sister, Ms. Jesula Castor (813) 6290595. Pastor Bob Lefranc, of the First United Methodist Church of Seffner, is overseeing the shipment of donations. His or ganization has been sending care containers to Haiti for the past 5 years. However, the donation col lection will be on-going. Any one wishing to drop off donations can make donations at Garden Of Grace Ministries, 7320 S. Highway 301, Riverview, Florida. Pastor Norma Philbert can be reached at (813) 654-2656. z i= z w UJ II( c 0 ...1 .u. Praying Overtime What's up everybody? My name is Tyrone, I've been around Tampa area for some years now. I was young and dumb, started to hang out with the wrong crowds. I was introduced to heroin and enjoyed it. I was out there stealing from family and friends. Man, even from my own mother that's how deep I was into heroin. What can I say? When you out there you don't care about non one but that next fix. I had a wake up call one day, got locked up looking at some time behind bars. While I was in prison I found out that this guy used to share with died of AIDS. 1 was so scared because I used to share needles with this guy, you know! That's when 1 started to get in touch with my spiritually. I thank a higher power for all the prayers my mom put over my head. Once. I got out of prison I got checked It came out NEGATIVE. That's when I knew, I had a second chance to get right with myself : Since that experience I have not picked up using and till this day I have not looked at a needle again. . brick by brick, block by block, callous hand by callous !Jand ... together offlinary people can do extraofflinaty things. PRESIDENT OBAMA Tampa Housing Authoritv Collects Donations For Haiti through out the w orld ha\'l risen t o th e cause to h elp the citizens of Haiti in the afte r m ath of a deadly las t w ee k In addition t o the ea rthquak e th a t m eas ured 7 0 o n th e Ric ht er scale, th e ishtnd ha s s uff e red afte r s h o cks O n W e dn es da y m orning. a second ear thqu ake that m e asur ed 6 5 on th e Ric hter sca le s tru c k as well. Ms. Lillian Stringer, spo k es p e r son for the Tampa Hou s in g A uthorit y s tat e d th a t collect i o n boxes have a l so b ee n phHed i n all of tlwir offices Ill collec t s pecific items ThoSL' items HI'(': firs t aid ill'ms a nd personal i t ems s uch as : toothbru s h es, toothpastt '. combs, brushe s, bathmo m tis s ue soap d eo dorant blench, Lyso l s h a m poo t owe ls, s h ee t s, blan k e ts, wom e n 's pers onal h y giene item s. baby food, buby formula, powd e r e d milk rice, co rn b ea ns a nd o th e r n o n p e rishabl e food items. Th e Tampa Hou sing Auth o r i ty will collec t items until Fri d ay, January 29th. local Business Joins Enort To Help Haitian Victims BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Many government agencies and other businesses have committed themselves to help thousands of Haitians devastated by a 7.0 earthquake last week. Local business o\vner, Brwio of Big Bru's Barbecue, has joined the effort and has been collecting clothing, and other items. "I've joined locally with the Red Cross and I've also gotten Bay News 9 and other media outlets to spread the word, in cluding Steve The Hit Man of WMNF 88.5." Bruno spearheaded an effort last year to provide food and clothing to the homeless "This time instead of feeding the homeless, I'm coll ec ting water, non-perishable food, blankets and anything else the people of Haiti can use. From what I've seen, they could use everything." Bruno; who also thanks Speedy for helping him put this together, said he's set up two drop areas for donations. "Every Saturday, I'm going to feature live music featuring some local artists from 12 p.m. until6 p.m. at 1304 East Busch Boulevard. You can also drop off items there during the week "My restaurant, 8751 North 40th Street, is also a drop-off site, and you can leave your do nations there during the week." For more information on Bruno's/HoliSe ofHitz "Benefit For Haiti Drive," call (813) 9657796 or (813) 6 01-9676. local Church Joins Others To Help Haitians BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter St. Matthew Missionary Bap tist Church has joined other c:hur1:hes and agencies in trying to 6ffer help to the island of Haiti. St. Matthew M.B.C. pastor, Rev. W. D. Sims, said first, let's all continue to pray for those on the island of Haiti. "They need all that we can do for them. We did present dur ing both worship servj.ces on Sunday that we will remember the Missionary in our names and most of all, the love of Christ that erupts form our hearts." "Many gave financial contri butionS and others that desire to give a financial contribution I am asking you do so immedi ately. You can aqa1,1ge witt, me . 1-'fia. .. bution to the church. The second part of support from St. Matthew will come through their giving of physical gifts that will be sh9?ped to Haiti for distribution:!" Aside from clothiri k and toi letries, water and, non-perish able food items are also needed. Anyone who wants to drop off their donations can do so at St. Matthew Baptist C4ild Deve lopment Center, 3716 East Lake Avenue ; Please inform the receptionist that you are deliv ering donations to Pastor SimS for Haiti. All donations Will be put in a secure area and not' confused with a donation for the Child Development .center . Please label all boxes"ima fuake sure it does exceed 50 PoUnds. , call

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FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN teeThis committee should be ( USPS 202 -t40) given both the passed House )lo 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605. ( 813 ) 248-1921 and Senate version of the C:z Pub lished Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBUSHING Co., healthcare reform bills. They )lo Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) should he allowed to change and Amalgamated Publishers Inc . New York language in both bills. They .. 1') 1990-94 CP Timelntemational can add, delete, better clarify, I') POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: but put together a healthcare Florida Sentinel Bulletin. bill that will lower insurance .... P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 premiums, insure most all 0 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL W W And N ow that the Democrats front. Americans, require coverage rewa have lost their fili-President Obama needs to for pre-existing conditions and 18741931 ( 1 9 1 9) control insurance companies. c Blythe Andrews buster proof majority, the talkinstruct Congress and provide 1901n (1945) ing heads are saying that the leadership for an all out With unemployment down\ Founders ) healthcare reform is dead. onslaught on unemployment, more people back to work, and C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN I ask you two questions. creating jobs, improving our with the economy prospering S. KAY ANDREWS, P.UBUSHER The first is whether or not economy, and keeping Amerpeople will be more receptive c. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER healthcare reform is really ica safe. These are hot button to health care reform. During GWEN HAYES EDITOR dead. The second question is items today with the American some dire financial times, IRIS HOLTON, CnY EDITOR shouid Pres. Obama a banpeople. healthcare reform has occu-BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR don healthcare reform? While these items must be pied far too much of our time. HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER The time to change this is now. TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER I say healthcare reform is not front and center, the work on LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER dead and no, Pres. Obama the healthcare reform should Again, the president needs to Subscriptions-$44 .Q0-6 Mon ths Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial peges ol this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Wrilers do not necessarily reflect the stance of The _Aorlda Sentinel Bulletin or the Publ isher. President Barack Obama: One Year Later This time, last year, the honeymoon with America's newest elected Commander-in-Chief was in fullbloom. Unfortunately, in certain Americans' eyes, Pres. Obama's star has dimmed. Let's look at the phenomenon of President Barack Obama, one year later, and let's talk about it. Can anyone with conscience ignore the mammoth tasks that ,have faced America's first Black president? Given the unimaginable truth and sobriety of the Bush administrac .tion's legacy, not only America, but the world would be forced to admit, our newest President has done an incred-: If you don't believe it, you try governing a nation wheretPt a sizable-percentage of its citizens despise you simply because of your skin color. Nevertheless, last January, President Obama's "First Day Things To Do" list included lowering Unemployment, healing a failing .. economy, bringing peace to two warfronts, knitting together a fracNred international image, and putting the wind back in oollapsed banking, automobile and mortgage industries, as well as protecting America frOm terrorism. Consider that Pres. Obama and cabinet have "hit the ground-ruiming," With a game-plan that has proven itself resilient, if not well-considered. Such things like securing and distributing stimulus funds for education and transportation, creatingjobs through clean and renewable energy sources, sending more troops to a beleaguered Afghanistan, passing sorely-needed health care reform legislation and battling globiil warming are "BuckRogers" challenges, which this new administration has made household worlds. Not since FDR or JFK has a president seemed to be in so many places, all at once. Has he completed everything he's staJted? No: But has he started niost everything he prom-1,, is'ed? Ye8! 1aDP Wins Are loss For lbamal M ake no mistake. We are not to be snowed by political affiliations. Indeed, we remember, forty years ago, when Southern Democrats, who called themselves "Yalluh-Dawg" Democrats and "Dixie-crats," were anything, but our friends. Now, it seems to be Republicans turn to turn their seats in our direction. As such, we view recent Republican political wins with genuine dismay. GOP gubernatorial wins in VIrginia and New Jersey are disquieting. But the more recent GOP Senatorial win in Massachusetts sends earthquake shivers throughout not only the White House, but throughout the agenda, which this White HQuse and its allies seem to have set for itself and for the American people. Yes. We can't help, but ask, what happened to the well-orga.uzecl machinery that helped get President Obama elected? Why did it not seem to become a factor? Did the GOP learn from that strategy and turn the tables on its teaChers1 why otlier-Democratspick up on nm l should not abandon healthcontinue. The president remove healthcare from the care. I do believe that they should begin by organizing a top of the agenda, but work should slow it down. Healthcommittee composed of both must continue to bring about care should move to the secsenators and representatives. the reform. and tier of the President's Moderate Republicans like We have come too close, agenda and the things people Olympia Snowe and Susan spent too much money and care about the most should Collins, from both houses spent too much time, not to move immediately to the foreshould make up this commitpass a healthcare reform bill. Whenever Andre White speaks, the world listens. That's Andre "Moses" White, a native son of Tampa, named after his fa ther, legendary Moses White who built an empire, in Tampa, on fried chicken and dignfty. But his son Andre told a true-story recently, which captivated an entire au dience. Indeed, it captivates me, still. He said he went to visit his long-time friend, singer James Brown. Brown was on his sick-bed with not many more hours to live. So, as Andre tells it, just before Andre was about to leave the hospital room, James Brown called him back and asked him to do him one more favor. "Rub my feet," he implored . In compliance, "White took some lotion, sat down on the side of the bed, and rubbed the feet of the hardest working man in show-business. \-Vnen queried as to why he did what others would not have done the rubbing of someone's feet -Andre said he looked into the eyes that questioned him and explained, "Jesus washed feet! So, who am I to deny the rubbing of my brother's feet?" The audience cheered, as the mighty story teller strode quietly, back to his seat. And now, let me tell you why I shared this 'story with you. By now, you know, to the south of us, a catastrophe is happening. Tens of thousands of human beings have died, are dying, will die because of a disaster of so-called biblical proportions. Haiti is what I'm talking about. But even now, even here, too often, when one mentions the name of that be leaguered island, ears stuff and mouths change the sub ject. Eyes grow dim and with a chuck!ing voice, certain people have been heard to say, "Man, those people can take care of themselves. Haitians are resilient. They always have been and always will be. don't need us to help theffi. I have heard such statements. Even moreso, demagogues like Rush Limbaugh = and fools like Rev.; erend Pat Robertson crank up their squawk-boxes to say the damndest, meanest and most unbelievable things about what the American people should or should not do, regarding the welfare of our brothers and sisters in the Caribbean. Oh, you haven't heard what Limbaugh and Pat r-Robertson are Limbaugh says we Amer-C icans should keep our pennies )lo in our own pockets and not en worry about sending aid to m Haiti, whose plight is being over-dramatized by t Z Obama-lovers and m Democrats. Well, what you expect him to say? r c: Then Reverend Dr. Pat Robertson, whc;>se IT! and marketing empire booms i him around the world, has had the audacity to claim Haiti's ;! ills are primarily because its m leaders have made a voodoo-C pact with the devil. Another pastor, Rev-: m erend AI Sharpton recently C and truthfully replied that the only devil with whom Haiti m has made a pact is Uncle Sam. That's right: The United States -t of America! C: Meanwhile babies are dy-ing, VJ in Haiti. Mothers are dying C and fathers are turning up missing, in Haiti! Grandmoth. )lo ers and grandfathers are no Z more to see their loved ones, C having been ground up in the :g teeth of this vicious natural ca-6 tastrophe. i And what color are they? What blood do they have coursing in veins? Genet-:ically, who do they belopg to? They are Black! Their blood is our blood! They belong to Africa and the Pan-African Di aspora! They belong to Amer ica! They belong to US! So, what shall we do? This is what we shall do? We shall rum to our brothers and sis ters in Ha1ti. And we shall rub Haiti's feet! their own campaigns?1)r"was the victory played out in Massitchusetts simply an equadon of money political donations in amounts? Nevertheless, the damage is done. So, whafshould Obama supporters learn from what could be called a recent catastrophe? They should learn that one cannot simply go-out, vote for the President of the United States, then go home and do nothing else. VJgilance is the key to continuous 8uecesa. Yes, the Grand-Old-Party is licking its chops. No doubt, Rush Limbaugh is ecstatic and Pat has not yet, decided whetberMassachusetts' new RepubQ_can has madeapactwithSatan. I;. :' : -But, alloW us to say,. thiB -MJi iDay-velyweD be a Io88 for ; m .. . . '.. ,..

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0 ..-N N >a: a: w > w c w :I: en ::; This One's For 'Big C' By Clarence Barr Alwa ys p ay your bill s b e for e yo u ea t b eca use a Blac k man i s n othing in A m e ri ca without good c r e dit. Thi s wa s one o f the m a n y j e w e l s o f wis d o m Mr. C. Blythe Andrews Jr., droppe d o n m e o ve r the years I work e d for him at th e Florida S e ntinel It i s something I'll alwa y s r e m embe r about him. Hi s a bili ty t o come up with one lin e r s or savvy advic e on jus t about a n y topic was amazin g A t r ip to hi s offi ce f o r a m ee tin g was n ev e r b o rin g H e always h a d a n int e r e s tin g s t ory t o t ell that w ent with w h a t ev e r s ubj ec t h e wante d t o d i sc u ss. And eve n if yo u d h ea rd th e same anec dot e sev e r a l tim es b e f o r e, y ou a lwa ys listened intently becaus e the pas sion he put into each delivery made it s eem like he was telling it for the first time. For me, it's still hard to b e lieve that he' s no longer with us He had the kind of indomitable spirit that you i magin e d wou l d b e around for e v e r It see m s lik e jus t yes t erday, h e n o ti ce d m y wande ring eye f o r w o m e n, that h e told m e, S o n ri ght now you' r e bl essed with youth and good lo o ks. But it won t b e long be for e those things fade Concentrate on making money and even wh e n y ou re my ag e they ll s till b e cha s ing b ehind you. That wa s cla s s ic Mr. Andrews, or "Big C," as we af fection a t e l y referre d to him. H e w as a man who n e v e r pull e d any punches and one wh o alw ays s pok e hi s mind r eg ardl ess o f th e circums tanc es It was th a t typ e o f courag e, I imag in e a lon g with hi s strength, d etermination and will to s ucce e d that allowed him to continue to operate his family-owned business for more than six decades a feat that has rarely been ac complished on any level. These are the things that I alwa ys admired about the D. z t= w ..J ..J m ..:. w z t= z w en <( c Youth Basketball Contest Rescheduled All boys and girls ages 10 to 14 are invited to participate in the local level of competition for the 2010 Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship. The local competition, originally scheduled for Wednesday, January 20, 2010, has been moved to Wednesday, January 27. The event will be held at St. Stephen's School, 10424 Saint Stephen Cir cle, Riverview FL 33569-8732, with two sessions slated, one at noon and another at 3 p. m. The Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship is spon..J sored annuall y with winners progressing through local, district LL and state competitions. International champions are announced b y K of C International Headquarters based on scores from the state-le v el competitions. All bo y s and girls 10 to 14 years old are el igible to participate and will compete in their respective age divi sions All contestants on the local le v el are reco g ni zed for their partic ipation in the event. Participants are required to furnish proof of age and \\Titten parental consent. For entry forms or additional information <'<>:"lt ac t Gerry Harpole at harpole4@yahoo com or George W e b ber at 8137 6 7 2554. The contest is sponsored b y St. Stephen Council # 14084, Valrico. Jl. ATTORNEY -AT LAW SPECIAliZING IN : NURSING HOME NEGLECT PERSONAl INJURY PROBATE man. hut Ill'\ 't'f touk th, tim, to lL'll him whitt-h, ht r,. l kt,p hti11g rt minckd that tic-at h part uf l if,. : \ nd ,,hilt-that a ctrtaint\ lt;m not dt'Il\ it makt th, o f good pcopl, an\ diffic ult t o bear. w eek. w e a giant. -\n d lik e clsl' wh o ... . .. . . . ... lud th, plca:-;urc ttl ; tcquaintanL t I'm going tu him ju:-;t ;t:-; IllUt'h. R..l.l' .. :\lr :\ndrt.w s lk ;\:':'Ul"t'd tktt \'lllll" . tlf i:-;domli , un of all thl' indi iduals w hom \'ll\l dHl:it tu with t lll'm. Y o u ca n nmtart Clarerul' B arr b y writing a ktlt'r. ; m email. Pr l l\ i:-;it i ng lll\ :'p ;tt" t p;tg t'. <. I a n rwt B a r r -t3 1 1 o o 1 H lknnl'ttsvillt F.C.l. P. 0. Box [):.?.O:.?.o Btnnl'ttsvillt S .C. :.?.95 1:.! tmail chu d s.lont or www.ntySJHU. t' .tom/ du rtnnhn rr. 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3741 OPEN 24 HOURS Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 we Now AccePt Prudential Healthcare Plans lHMO -PPO -POSI & CIGNA H1N1 Flu vaccinations Available Phvrhills 24Pack ngWater 2/$9.00 loaf :Wonder Bread $1.99 Gallon Milk Nabisco $3.19 Angel Son Balhroo11 Tissue 9 Rolls $4.00 18oz. a Xcallaundrv, Detergent .99 SIIUIB SBrva COokies .... $119 2/$3 ,.. __ ...... -InkJet Hefti I Blacl&Whila Color 12.9 Tul Pl. Paper Towels $5.00

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C\1 C\1 C\1 > a: <( z <( Carver Citv/lincoln Gardens Residents sue Citv Over Brewerv c a: u. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer R es id e nt s o f C arve r C i ty a nd Lin co ln Gard e n s did eve rythin g they could t o pre v e nt th e s al e of alc o hol in th e ir n e ighborhood Joe Redner op e ned a brewery on Spruce St., and re s idents have been keeping a close e y e on the business for l R e sid e nt s fr o m Carv e r City/ Linc o ln G a rd e n s w e nt to that C o un cil m ee ting in hug e numbe r s t o state th e ir c as e. As it turned out th e ir con c erns f ell on d eaf e ars a s the Council approved Redner's requ est. Council Chairman Thomas Scott and Council woman Gwen Miller voted against the request. signs of problems. c Redner petition e d th e a: Tampa City Council in Deu. c e mb e r to a llow the sa le and Carver City /Lincoln Gar dens Civic Association Presi dent, Dr. Maurice Harvey, said the issue w a s not over and consulted with Attorney Miriam SumpterRichard on their next steps c z < c en w :::) t-> a: w > w c w ::I: en ::J m :::) Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::) m I ...1 w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...1 u. consumption of be e r at the business. USA K PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS Tampa 2908 w. HillsHt:iro11a Tampa, FL Tickets $15.00 In ....... "''"" ..... $18.00 At The Door Door Prizes NorrisG at Saks F i fth Avenue (Westshore Mall ) for h i s exclus i ve CD Usten i ng Party ncket sa l es and a port i on of the evening's proceeds w ill go to All Children s Hospita l and Bay Springs Inc Foster Group Homes Private guests w ill receive a 15% s h opping pass to purchase i tems that evening. Saks will donate 5% of the evening sales to All Children s Hospital Guest : Praiz G r ammy Award Dov e and Stellar Award Winner Frazi er Songwriter-" I Need You Power Be l ongs To God", of Second Chance JOE REDNER A'ITY. MIRIAM SUMPTER-RICHARD She was present at the last Council meeting. Dr. Harvey had gone on record as saying they wou ld appeal the Council's decision. However, they have decid e d to sue the City of Tampa for allowing the Cigar City Brew ery to sell beer in their neigh borhood. The group wants a judge to declare the decision to zone the brewery for beer sales un constitutional and have it overturned. Sumpter-Richard said the intent of the lawsuit is to make sure the City Council goes through the right procedure when they are wet zoning property close to residential areas. "We filed a petition asking the courts to review the policy of the City Council when they approved specialty malls wet zone applications The previous approval for Joe Redner had conditions that were n't complied with and h e continued to operate although his first conditional license had expired. Also, a petition for the c ourts to in tervene and hold the City Council accountabl e for their action s w a s filed. Atty. Sumpter-Richard s aid the City C o uncil 's l e gal s t a ff i s currentl y re view ing a cop y o f the p e tition and thing s could h a pp e n as f as t as 90 da y s or l o nger. "Unl ess we are granted the in j un ctio n r e le ase Redner can conti n ue to sell beer from the brewery. Citv To Provide Homebuver Ed Classes .-\ L l'rtificak o f t ompktion f ro m a l'il\ of Tampa ap proH'd L ducat ion t"Olli'SL' is a requin' ml'nt for all applications for down pay mrnt the down Pa\' ment Program. the Tampa Ho n wow n crs h ip Opportu-ni t y Program and thr n ew Ne i g h bor h ood S t ab i lizatio n H o m eow n e r ship Pro g r a m Th e C i ty o f Tampa H o u s in g a nd Communi ty D eve lop m e nt Divis i o n i s n o w off e rin g fr ee h o m e buye r e du ca ti o n cla s s es Thi s educa tion cla s s ma y n o t b e ac c e pt e d b y oth e r programs out s id e th e city. Th e upcoming class e s are of fered at two locations in dif fer ent formats To register for cla s se s please call (813) 274-7954. One Day Course: J a nuary 23 from 9 a m. to 5 p.m. Ragan Park Community C e n t e r 1200 E. Lak e A ve. Multi S es sion Cours e (must attend all 4 se s sion s ) February 8 10, 22, and 24, each session is from 6 :30 p.m. to 8:30 p m., W est Tampa Public Library 2312 West Union Street. Several housing providers working with th e city will purchase 72 foreclosed and l'l'IHl\'ate them for to qu:tliticd. iiH' onw -el igihk honwhuwrs. These hnnll'S, locatl'd i n Sulphur Springs. North Tampa. Sq unrL' area and Old Wes t Ta mp a, will haw L'Ill'l')!,.\ effic i e nt fr a a nd new a p plinnrl's t o en h a n ce l o n g term affor d a b ilit y The fir s t o f t h esc h o m es arc exp ec t ed t o b e available f o r sa le in early 2010, with a n ave r age sa le s pri ce o f $ too ooo T h e c i ty 'V'.rill ass i s t elig ibl e hom e bu ye r s b y pro vidin g down p ay m e nt as s i s t a n ce. Th e followin g inco m e lim its b y f a mil y size, will b e u se d to d e t e rmin e in co m e e ligibl e bu ye r s Family size of 1, $49,680 income limit; 2, income limit of $56,880; 3, income limit of $63,960; 4, income limit of $71,040; 5, income limit of $76,68o; 6, income limit of $82,440; 7, income limit of $88,o8o, and 8, income limit of $93,720. For more info contact Housing and Community D e velopment Manager Sharon West at (813) 274 7954 or by e-mail at Sharon.w est@ tam pagov.net. To All Of Those Who Had Their Cars Towed Illegally Or Damaged On Sunday, December 13, 2009 While Attending/Participating In A Gospel Program At Holy Tabernacle Lighthouse Of God Church, 34th St. And Louisiana, Pastor Anna Gibson, Pastor Please Contact Deacon Horace Green (813) 841-3098 Or The Church, (813) 238-7003, Between 4 P.M. And 7 P.M Very Important.

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Local c Countv Commissioners Vote 6-1 To Sue Kevin White ')> z c: )> Comm. Kevin White Th e Boa rd of Comity Com missioners met Among their topics of discussion was the continuing debate over the legal fees accrued in the ciVin:rial of Comm. Kevin White versus his aid,e, Alyssa Ogden. A jury ruled against White in the sexual harassment case involving Ogden, and it was ruled that White and the county were both liable and were ordered to pay Ogden's legal fees and a $7s,ooo judg ment. Comm. Rose Ferlita asked White Thursday to pay some of the $42s,ooo in outstanding legal bills related to judgments and other costs from the lawsuit "There's an accountability issue," said Ferlita. "He and we were found guilty. An elected official has shqwn us nothing in partial responsibility for the cost. We have to be held to a standard Comrn. Rose Ferlita as elected officials I kept ask ing for him to give us something, and I got no response He hasn' t admitted as being a co-defendant status in this process. Right now, accounta bility is more important than dollars ." White said his financial priorities right now are about his family. "If I had it, this issue would be over. Let's just agree on the judgment now and have it filed. We can be done with this today. I'm ready to move forward. "But as far as me paying so%, I don' t have it, I don't have it, I don't have it." Comm. Kevin Beckner said he thinks additional pro tection needs to be established to protect taxpayers. "The only way I would support any kind of action is if there is a cap put on exactly what we can pay. Comm. Jim Norman Comm. Kevin Beckner sa i d if you re going to hire out side counsel to represent you a contribution should be made and that' s what can put a permanent end to this. "I'm like 90% of Ameri cans ; I'm in debt, said White. I do respect the opinions of my colleagues about a cap and we do have cause for countersuits. I accept the ac countability and responsibil ity, but I still profess my innocence. This issue is done as far as the court system is concerned. There is no way we will be able to put a cap on this. The bleeding will con tinue. My family will always come first." Comm Ferlita said she's surprised White talked about open-ended cost. That's because when I ask him for some kind of retribu tion, I get no answer. We re not coming with any solutions so maybe we Comm. Jim Norman need some kind of payment plan or garnishment set up. All I want is to feel good about what's happening. I personally think mediation will pro long this We need to settle this issue now. Comm. Mark Sharpe said he's acting on the joint li ability information they have. "If Kevin isn't capable of paying what he owes, he should either file bankruptcy or accept the judgment of the jury and pay what he can. I think it should be so/so. Comm. Sharpe said White can make an offer to the board to pay a certain amount and that any and all of the payments could be dis charged in bankruptcy court. Comm. Ferlita said both the county and White are 100% guilty. "I'm not saying so% is the number, but in the interest of compromise, I think an agreement needs to be reached We are proud to announce the official Grand Re-Opening and Ribbon coning cere11onv ol .. J-' ,I) 5707 North 40th Street Tampa, Florida Ribbon Cutting Cererhony 2PM Grand Re-Opening Celebration (public is nAtedJ 3PM-9PM Refreshments will be served Comm. Mark Sharpe now even if it's l ess tha n half." the di s cussion was consuming more tim e than expected, Commission ers agreed to delay further dis cussion until the afternoon meeting. In a 6-1 vote Commissioners agreed to sue Commissioner White to recover money that was spent defend ing him in a sexual discrimination lawsuit. He cast the lone dissenting vote :::0 -< N 0 ..... 0 Commissioners were told by their own attorney' s, as well as White's, that he could ;!:! file for bankruptcy protection 0 if the county opted to sue him. In that case the county would )It likely recover none of its ex-tn m penses. Reporter Leon B. Crews can b e reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com. z m r;m c: r r g) z -a c: m !: t/) % m c m -1 c: m t/) c )It z c 'TI :u 6 FOI' more infOtttaation please call Paula Stevens-Jones@ 813-447-5437 or Big Johns BBQ@ 813-623aOO G) THE RESTAURANT WILL OPEN FOR NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, 201 0! m ,.... .... l>

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0 N N > a: ct ::::> z ct -, c e: Coach Bozeman Has Been To Hell And B -ack From 1993 to 1996 Todd Bozeman, an African Am e ri can bask e tball coa ch was o n a storybook ride toward the pinnacle of basketball coaching. He wa s a successful head coach of a major college basketball program, the University of California. His teams were regularly beating the top programs and the top coaches in college basketball. Coach Bozeman's bubble burst when he was found guilty of paying the family of C a top recruit Todd paid the family $30,000. Bozeman's c punishment? The NCAA Z barred him from coaching ct college basketball for eight years. Bozeman's punishC ment is up and he .is back to en w coaching college basketball. ::::> Bozeman is in his 4th year 1-> as coach of FAMU s confer-a: w > w c w :::z::: en m ::::> a. z tu ..I ..I ::::> m w z t= z w en ( a: 0 ..I LL ence mate, Morgan State University. He has won the conference championship two years in a row and is favored to win it again this year. Todd Bozeman is a great coach. He is smart, he knows the game and he is a great recruiter. Rivervie.w Girls Have Faith When one believes in something they are said to have faith. Well, the Riverview Lady Sharks really have faith. The faith they have is Faith Woodard, a 9th grade superstar basketball player. The Sharks believe in Miss Faith. She leads the team in scoring averaging n e arly 19 points a game and in r ebounds at nearly 12 p e r g a me Faith stands 6 1 and pla ys all over the court. She can score outside or inside dribble and pass the ball with the skills of a point guard. She can score, defend and rebound inside as if she was a power forward or a center. The teams record is 9-8 at this writing, but Faith is only a 9th grader and will get better I saw Faith at an AAU Basketball Camp as a sth grader. She demonstrated superstar potential even then. Frazier Assaults Scoring Record Plant High School has a sophomore guard who I predict will hold every county scoring record in Hillsborough County before he graduates. I call this young bailer, "Tall Boy." You know him as Michael Frazier. Mike is originally from Daytona Beach and started for Plant as a 9th grader. The Tall Boy loves playing basketball. He gets excited and Lord, can Mike shoot the ball. He can bomb 3-pointers from NBA range or he can take it to the basket. A free throw is almost automatic. Tall Boy grew an inch or so over last summer and he wants to be even taller. 'Michael "Tall Boy" Frazier is a big time player. 7th Avenue Tampa, Fl 241-2301 Qr-2,47;.3719 Keys Made 79 And Up latex Flat White Paint. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Painl ......... $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set. ...................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea . < I C\1 ...... Tampa Mom Excited Over Trip To College Football ChampionshiP BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff\Vriter With three so n s pla yin g f oo tb all, Facunda Arenas so m e tim es find s it difficult t o attend all of th e ir g am es a nd run her da y c a re bu s in ess in South Tampa La s t year, her son, Armando, graduate d from the Universit y of N ebraska, leaving onl y her middle son Javier, still in colleg e at the University of Alabama. Her younger son, Marco Cobb, graduated from Plant High. School last year and was a member of their state cham pionship team. When the Crimson Tide defeated the Florida Gators 32-14 in the Southeastern Conference Championship game, Ms. Arenas was there. "That game was in Georgia, so it wasn't that hard for me to make that trip." "When Alabama finished the season ranked number one in the nation that meant they would be traveling to Pasadena, California for the National Championship game." Still with a business to run, Ms. Arenas knew she couldn't miss this game. She, along with her sister, Margaret, her son, Armando, and a friend, Bobby, packed their bags and headed west. When Alabama beat Texas that meant J av1er was part of a Mavwealher likeiV To Face Moslev on Mav 12 SHANE MOSLEY vs. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. F'loyd Mayweather is likely to face Shane Mosley on May 1 at a site to be determined, according to a source. Mayweather (40-0, 25 knockouts), scheduled March 13 megabout with Manny Pacquiao (50-3-2, 38 KOs) did not take pla ce due to a drugtesting controversy, is still tentatively scheduled to face an opponent to be determined on March 13, likely in y: eg. c From left to right: Margaret Arenas, Bobby, and Facunda Arenas at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. National Championship team. "It was an experience I'll never forget. We were living in a hotel in Los Angeles and drove 45 minutes to get to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena." "When a stadium is that large, you usually can see it as you approach from the roadway, but you couldn't see the Rose Bowl until you were right in front of it. It sits down in a valley, so you actually had to drive downhill to the stadium." Ms. Arenas said she saw her son at the hotel prior to the game and when they did their walk-through at the stadium. "I was very excited and overjoyed that they won. Javier had already graduat ed, and I just wanted him to be a champion. " I wish he could come home for a while, but now he's getting ready to play in the Senior Bowl on January 30th in Mobile, Alabama. After that, I'll get him back to Tampa for a while and we can really celebrate." Doc And Darrvl To Be Inducted Into Mets Hall 01 Fame NEW YORK --Doc and Darryl, together again. Dwight Gooden and Darryl Strawberi-y will be inducted into the New York Mets Hall of Fame this summer, highlighting a class that features four key members of the 1986 World Series champions. They' are the first new members of the team's Hall of Fame since Tommie Agee was chosen iQ 2002 The Mets will open their Hall qf Fame and Museum this season in the Jackie Robinson Rotunda at Citi Field. It will feature a plaque for every member of the tea'm's Hall of Fame. -the 2010. class will make 25 in all. "I am truly honored and blessed to see this _day come," Strawberry said. "When I look back over it, there was no greater days than being a Met." Gooden's dominant pitching and Strawberry's power hitting helped lead the Mets to a World Series title in 1986 and another NL Eastcrown in '88. T_!leyw.ere -.a. DWIGuT -GOODEN And DARRYL STRAWBERRY young age-. Strawberry was the NL Rookie of the Year in 1983 and Gooden tooktthe award in '84. Strawberry still owns franchise records for homers, RBis, runs and extra-base hits, while Gooden trails only Tom Seaver in wins and strikeouts. Doc and Danjl fo.rmed a fast friendship, and it's only fitting that they'll be honored together. "For me, being inducted, it's like a homecoming," said Gooden, who also pitched for the Yankees, Indfans, Astros and Tampa Bay. "Everything has come full circle for myself. I'm just honored and overwhelmed

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Garcia: Woods Will Be Back Earlier Than Expected HGERWOODS ABU DH A BI, UNITE D A R A B EMIRATES Sergio Garcia thinks it won t b e l o n g b e for e Tiger Woods r eturns to tourna m e nt p lay. Woods is ta kin g a n indefi nit e b r ea k f ro m golf. \ Voods h as no t bee n see n in pub l i c s i n ce th e c r as h and th e r e h as b ee n n o w o rd o n a date f o r his r e turn U Th e b es t t h i n g f o r Tiger a t th e m o m e nt i s t o ge t o n th e course and d o wh a t h e kn o w s b es t," s aid Garcia, w h o h a d a p e r s o n a l ri va lr y o n the P GA Tour with Woods o ve r the past 10 years Onl y h e kn ows when h e i s go ing t o co m e b ack. I h ave go t th e f ee lin g th a t it' s goin g t o b e ea rli e r th a n wh a t e v ery b o d y think s The Spaniard s p o k e Tuesday before the Abu Dhabi Champion s hip. Who Will Go To The Super Bowlin Miami; After 17 weeks and the early rounds of the NFL playoffs, it's now down to the firial four. The dust has cleared, and left standing are the Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saint s Indianapolis Colts, and to everyone s surprise, the New York Jets. The Jets finished second in the AFC East to the New England Patriots, who were bounced in the first round at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens. As a wild card team, no one expected the Jets, with rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez, to get this far. But wins over the Cincinnati B engals and San Diego Charger s on the roa d h a s put the Jets in position of traveling to Miami. The last time the J ets were in a Super Bowl Joe "Willie" Namath was th e quarterback, and they stunne d th e world by d e f eating the Baltimore Colts 16-7. Perhaps the most exciting game will be b etween the Minnesota Vikings and their 40-year-old quarterback, Brett Favre, and the New Orleans Saints Favre has looked human at times this season, but overall, he's performed well for the Vikings. Now, Favre will have to take his show on the road and into the unfriendly confines of the New Orleans Superdome. If the Saints are victorious, this will be their first journey into the Super Bowl in the history of the fr a nchi se. The Colts-Jets game will air at 3 p.m. on CBS and the Vikings Saints g ame will air at 6 p.m. on Fox NFL Playoff Schedule Safurda J ets vs. Colts m o n CBS Vikings vs. Saints 6: o m. on FOX Sunda *Jan. .m.*ESPN N FL Pro Bo w l AFC v s. NFC Sunda Feb. 6 .m. CBS SUPER BOWL XLIV Vikings Eveing McNabb In 2010 DO NOV AN MCN ABB It appea r s P h i lade l p hi a mi g ht c o n s i d e r t rading QB Donovan McNabb. But it w o uld see m hi g hl y unlik e l y th a t th e Eag les w o uld allow McNabb t o go t o the V i k ing s, a noth e r NFC t e am Westbrook Close To Retirement BRIAN WESTBROOK Brian Westbrook r e tir es as a television report suggest ed he may be forced to do, it would com e as a surprise to almost no one. But it is Westbrook's left knee that would ultimatel y end the tail back s car ee r with the Eagl e s and hinder any attempt to catch on with another team. Steelers Sign CFl Special Teams' Plaver Doggen DERRICK DOGGETI PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh Steelers have signed lin ebacker Derrick Doggett, one of the top special teams players in the Canadian Football League. The Steeler s had kick coverage problems all season, allowing an NFL-high four kickoff return touchdow n s while ranking near th e bot t o m of th e NFL in kickoff a nd punt cover a g e Doggett pl ayed for the Edmont o n E s k i m os i n 20 0 8 and the Winnipeg Blu e Bomb e r s last seas on wh e n he mad e 2 7 tackles on s pecial tea m s. H e also h a d o n e int er--. . . . . :0 0 Deuce McAllister Retiring From Football c... )> z c )> :0 -< :\ L\ 0 K I. 1-:: \:\ S Deuce l\lcAllister decide d t o rl'tire fr o m pro foo tball. ending an in jurYpla guL'd eig h t year L"an' l'r in which Ill' re w ro t e the Ne w r eco r d s M cAllister "t pla:c d s i n ce 200H. but b r i efly r e j o i n e d the New O rlean s Sa int s l a s t w ee k t o se rve as a n h o n or a ry ca pt a in f o r th e club's p l ayo ff v i c t o r y ove r Arizon a The m o v e ope n s up a n a c ti ve ros t e r s p o t f o r the Saint s wh o ho s t Minn es ota DEUC E M CALLISTER in the NFC champio n ship g am e o n S unda y eve ning. Ravens Safetv Reed Contemplating Retirement ., r 0 ::c INDIANAPOLIS B altimore Rave n s s a f ety Ed Reed i s considering r etire m ent afte r an injury filled season The 31-year-old Reed missed four D ecember games because of a variety of injuries, including problems with his neck, hip and groin "I'm 50-50. I am going to re-evaluate things and see how i t goes in the next cou ple of days." The six-time Pro Bowler was the 2004 Defensive Player of the Year. He had one interception of Peyton Manning on Saturday ED REED CJ) m z ::::t z m r I m c: r r gJ z ., c: m r Ci) ::::t m c m < night, but fumbled on his m runback, handing the ball back to the Colts. c! m CJ) c Titans Receiver Brin Arrested On Tranic warrants )> z c ., :2 c GLEN RIDGE, NJ -Authorities say Tennessee Titans wid e receiver and former Rutgers star Kenny Britt was arrested in New Jersey on outstanding traffic warrants during a motor vehicle stop. Police say the 21-year-old was pulled over in Glen Ridge on Friday night and found to have three outstanding traffic warrants from two New Jers e y towns totaling $ 865. Glen Ridge Police Lt. Fred Egnezzo say s the ti c k ets were for minor traffic vio l ati on s and Britt paid the $ 865 and w as r e leased. Britt, a Ba yonne, N.J., KENNYBRITI nativ e lives in Nas h v ill e. ;g Picked b y the Titans in C> 2009, h e b ecame the firs t m player from Rutgers ever drafted jn tlw fir s t round. p I ..... Cf >

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Entertainment 0 1------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------N C'i N > a: c( ;::) Tampa Model Anends BET Honor Awards z c( -, BY IRIS B. HOLTON _Sentinel City Editor Wonder, Whitney Houston, and others,Green said. c a: Tampa model Danny LL Green was among the stars The BET Honors Awards is an evening of all-star performances and recognition of Black achievement in the areas of business entertainment, social justice, and philanthropy. c( o::t ,.... once again when he attended the Annual BET Honors Awards on January 16th at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D. C The program will air on February 1St during Black History Month. Green, who serves as a BET escort for the stars, arrived in Washington, D. C., on Friday. He said he attended the rehearsals Saturday morning and the show began at 5 p.m. on Saturday. "This is my second consec utive year attending the BET Honors Awards. I am a talent escort for BET. I had a chance to talk with several of the stars backstage including Patty LeBelle, Stevie The 2010 honorees included: Whitney Houston, Entertainment; Queen Latifah, Media; Sean "Diddy" Combs, Entrepreneur; Dr. Ruth Simmons, Education; and Neurosurgeon, Dr. Keith Black, Public Service. Among those paying tribute to the honorees were: Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige, India.Arie, and ELEW Green returned home on Sunday following the show. Mary J Blige is shown on stage at the BET 2010 Honors Awards Show. E\CEL CO\\ECTIO\S PREP.\R.\TORY SCHOOL GABRIELLE UNION ... Hostess of the BET Honors Awards JENNIFER HUDSON SEAN COMBS TARAJI HENSON TICHINA ARNOLD Danny Green of Tampa, is shown with Whitney Houston at the BET 2010 Honors Awards Show. Ms. Debra L. Lee' Chief Executive Officer of BET and Danny GreeQ at the Awards show. -__ QUEEN LATIFAH KIM BURRELL ',/1! NEYO I Clinton Portis of the W -ashington Redskins attended the BET 2010 Honors Awards Show.

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Read All About )t Today's Birthday--T ypica l o f u s u a l s t y l e se lf -reliance is a hug e th e m e this year. Y o u will be t e mpt e d t o appl y f orce t o get your \\ay A be tt e r strat egy i s t o deHl o p a strong p l a n a n d implem e nt it through more sen siti\e attention t o th e desires o f yo ur family o r associates Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Whi s tle \\hil e you work but not to o loudly O th e rs m a y d o b etter with sil e n ce. Don t s tifl e you r h appi n ess, th o u g h It' s g o od for them Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) h e n though yo u want to go off by yourself logic sugges t s dealing with responsibi litie s first De\'ise a plan to be a t home as early as possibl e Aries (March 21-Apri119)-More is better in th e persua s ion depa11ment as long as you speak gen tl y Talk to sevet:al peofUe before making a decision Taurus (April 20-May 2Q) -A5 long as you keep your own responsibilities in mind, you can h e lp others and enjoy the process Add your personal stamp. Gemini (May 21-Jone 21) Make significant changes as early as possible You'll feel better for it, and others will adjust more easily when they're awake and alert Cancer (June 22-Joly 22)-Take off in a direction of your c hoice. Do this early and stick to your decision If you act like a leader, opportunities will come. Leo (July 23-Aog. 22) Seize the day! You now can make changes that seemed impossi ble A5 yo u take off in a ne w direction be sure to keep inventing You may obsess o ver details Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Re-establish your independence while also honoring your partner' s desires An ambitious idea moves forward because y ou've thought it through to the end. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Listen to what others say Their ideas are on target now. Share the task of revising plans and make sure that family members agree. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Go your own way. Don't let anyone persuade you otherwise If you can work alone you'll get 10 times more done, and results will be far more creative. Sagittarius (Nov. 21) -You don't have as much energy today Stick to well-tra\1 -eled pathways and postpone action on original ideas A friend invites you out for supper. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Independence counts for a lot today Move your ideas for ward and plan a new initiative as well. Balance your checkbook. ALL MY CHll..DREN -Tad kisses Liza to prove his point that he's over Krystal ; DaYid tells Greenlee that lhe can never retwn to Pine Valley; Amanda urges .Jake to put the ordeal with David behind him. Adam throws his family for a loop; David thinks Greenlee would be b e tt e r off if he'd just walk away; it seems like old times for Tad and Liza. AS THE WORLD TURNS -.Jack confesses his feelings to Carly; Liberty wants to make love with Parker; Johnny asks Dusty if Liberty's going to die .. Jack lea111S about Liberty's illness and makes a deci sion; Kim's in an accident when Dr. Oliver tries to get away; Dusty goes to Dr. Bob for help with Liberty THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Whip retU111S to Taylor for another doctor-patient session, but this time the roles are reversed; Steffy and Katie argue their cases to Bill in regards to their campaign lines; Brooke's put on the spot when Ridge asks about Katie's dislike for Steffy. Ridge is frustrated by all of the turmoil that Brooke's sisters have caused at Fonester Creations; Hope sets her sights on the new DJ Insomnia Cafe; Stephanie wonders if Taylor 's feelings are tom between Whip and Ridge DAYS OF OUR i...IvEs-Sami has a fight with Rafe over Sydney; Carty has a nightmarish vision o Vivian killing her daughter; Hope tells ,J U.Stin she needs time; Victor lays into Carly when they cross paths at the hospital; Julie urges Hope to go after what she really wants. Carly goes ballistic on Vivian; Bo asks Daniel to keep an eye on Carly; Chloe tells Brady that Nicole wants info on Sydney; Philip unintentionally upsets Chloe; Arianna is supposed to meet up with Brady, but Troy stops by instead. GENERAL HOSPITAL .Jason learns Maxie saw Sonny on the night of Claudia's murder; Lucky admits to Lulu that he's fallen off the wagon; Michael vows to destroy Dominic. Michael discovers Dominic's secret; Maxie agrees to lie to, protect Michael; Luke fears Lucky is tuming out like him. ONE LIFE TO UFE-Todd's devastated to learn that Danielle knows all about him; Marty refuses to help Todd; Charlie agrees to go along with Dorian's plan Starr reaches out Danielle; Mitch sets his sights on Jessica; John takes the fall for Brody. THE YOUNG AND 1HE RESTLESS-Patty starts to unravel; J.T. takes a shocking stance. Lily and IGme learn joyous Eden discovers something odd in Paris. By Brandon Ellis MOVIE RV1EWS The Book Of Eli-Den ze l V\ ashing t o n pia) a drifter wh duty i s t o prot ec t th e Bib l e. {****} Alvin cmd tire Clripmunks 2: The Squeakquel-The k.ids willlO\ e this one! (***] Slrerlock Holmes -Well-\\'litten crime caper (Dir ector Gu y Richie / RocknRolla) starring Robert Downey .Jr. and .Jtld e Law. Action and Ad\'entu r e [***lh] Avatar -Starts slow but ends up action-packed. Live action film with a new generation of sp,edal 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 (CoJumbus Short -Stomp The Yard) plot to hijack an armored truck. Starts slow but ends up action packed. [***lh] Blind Side -Another totchdown for Sandra Bullock. [****] Ni,Ya -An AWOL ninja has to fight to stay ali ve Very bloody. [***] The Twilight Saga: New Moon -The Vampires vs. Werewolves love story hit the box office jackpot at $142M. Worth Seeing! [****] 2012 -You need to check out this disaster movie for the special effects. A little long at 2 hours f 47 minutes. Made $230M Worldwide. [***lh] Good Hair -Chris Rock comes through in this documenta' ry about hair: Must See! [****} Disney's A Christmas Carol-.Jim Carey stars in this animation 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 want to miss this movie. [**** and then some.] Paranormal Activity-A couple is haunted by a de on 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 Fox.x and Gerard Butler star ih this well-written suspense/thriller. Must see! The Stepfather -A mother's son returns from nnhtary school find opt his new stepfather is a serial killer. [***] Couples Retreat -Vince Vaughn stars in this light comedy about couples vacationing at a tropical island resort. No. 1 at the box office-$35M. [**lh] RATINGS .... -Very Good I "' Good I -Average I -Wait For Video SENTINEL COLLECTS DONATIONS 'FOR HAITI A collection box has also been established at the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Office, 2207 E. 21st Avenue to accept donations for victims of the earthquake in Haiti. The Sentinel is collecting items such as: First Aid Items Toothbrushes Tooth Paste Combs Brushes Bathroom Tissue Soap Deodorant Bleach Lysol Shampoo Towels Sheets Blankets Feminine Hygiene Items. Baby Food Baby Formula Powdered Milk Rice Corn Beans And Other Non-Perishable Food Items l> _-< L l> z c l> ....., ....., ....., 0 0 ., r-0 i!! c )> (/) ::t z c: ::t z "'0 c m r-c;; :X m (:! m (/) c )> z c ., :::0 c

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entertainment 0 N N N > a: < ;:::::) z < .., Grammvs Will Stage 3-D Tribute To Michael Jackson Moliaue Wins Best SUpporting Actress Young Buck Wants Face To Face With 50 Cent Beginning 2010 with a bang. Young Buck has refused to let hi s foot off of the throats of Curtis "so Cent" Jackson and the G Unit brand that he s t ands behind. c a: LL. MICHAEL JACKSON NEW YORK--Last year, as the Grammys were approaching, the show's executive producer was in frequent talks with Michael Jackson to appear on the telecast to celebrate the 25th anniversary of "Thriller. n C Ken Ehrlich, the Grammy a: telecast' s co-executive producer, had presented several z ideas for performers includ< ing Justin Timberlake and Usher, all of which excited Jackson. But in the end, h e declined the show's invitation. "He just wasn t ready for it," Ehrlich said. This year, Jackson will be a focal point of the show, with a n unprecedented posthumous tribute The Grammys will broadca s t a 3-D clip th e singe r made for hi s hit Earth Song, a video that was to be integral to his comeback concerts in London in July 2009-shows that never happened because of his June 25 death in Los Angeles Usher, Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson and Smokey Robinson will perform alongside the clip, which Ehrlich says will be the first time an awards show MONIQUE On a rainy Sunday evening in Beverly Hills, the sun was shinning bright for Mo' Nique. The first award of the evening went to Mo'Nique for her critically acclaimed performance in the Lee Daniels drama, Precious (based on the novel PUSH by Sapphire). Ironically like the situation with Beanie Sigel and Jay z Buck has rcll'ascd numl'r ous diss tracks trying to bait 50 and finally bring him ou t of hiding to address a few things and find a way to let Buck out of his contract, even if h e has to go to extre m e measures to make his former brother in rhym e do so. At this point, diss tracks aside, Buck has stated that he wants t o m et faee t o face with Jackson and finally have a sit d owi 1 in regards to his contract and hi s p nding career in the Hip Hop world. Since 2006, the rapper from Tennessee has b een pushing to release a follow up to Buck The World, but has s t ated tha t 50 i s blackballing him Gun Stavs As Evidence In Ja Rule's NYC Case 0 (/) w ;:::::) .... iX: w > w Dreamworks' Manin luther Kino film Back On Track ... I'm shaking when I tell ya'll I'm in the midst of my dream." Her speech was lengthy but on point and not only guaranteed an Oscar nomination, it my have just sealed a win Critics are easily expecting the actress to take home the Academy Award later this season thanks to her massively profound performance. Indisputably setting the acceptance-speech bar for the night, here' s a taste Of what the very gracious actress had to say, NEW YORK-Rapper Ja Rule lost a bid Wednesday to keep a loaded gun found in his luxury car from being used against him in a weapons-possession case. Manhattan State Supreme Court Justice Richard Carruthers rejected the argument that the gun was found during an unjustified police stop of his Maybach sports car after a July 2007 concert c w J: (/) ::J m ;:::::) Q. z tu ...J ...J ::l m ...:. w z i= z w (/) C a: 0 ...J u.. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. LOS ANGELES --Plans for a feature film about civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. appeared back on track oil Tuesday as DreamWorks Studios said it has hired Oscar-winning Harwood. to pen a script. Dream Works announced in May that it had acquired life rights for the slain Nobel Peace Prize laureate, marking the first time a major bio graphical movie about King had been authorized by his estate. But the project, to be produced by Steven Spielberg, quickly bogged down over squabbling among his three children over who had the authority to speak for the estate. A lawyer for two of the children daughter Bernice and son Martin Luther King m, said then that his clients had not been consult-l ed on the DreamWorks deal ..-and that their brother, W Dexter King, chainnan and CJ CEO of King Inc., had proceeded on his own DreamWorks, in announc ing Harwood as the screenwriter, indicated that the dis pute has been resolved, say ing the motion picture was "authorized by the King estate to utilize the intellec tual property of Dr. King to create the definitive portrait of his life. The Academy Awards nominations will be announced on February 2nd 2010. Prosecutors said the traffic stop was proper because the chauffeured car was speeding and had a suspended registration and no insurance. Richman said authorities were looking for reasons to pull over J a Rule and other JARULE rappers after th e show. After stopping the ca1r, police said they smelled mari juana and found a .40-ca lib e r semiautomatic gun in the rear driver's side doo r. If convicted, the 33-year-old faces up to four years in prison. PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER AMENDMENTS THE TEXT OF THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN Notice is hereby given pursuant to Chapter 97-351 Laws of Florida (1997) as amended ; Chapter 163 Part II Florida Statutes ; that the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission intends to consider text amendments to the Future of Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan for Unincorporated Hillsborough County for the purpose of making a recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners at a public hearing. The text amendments will affect land as described herein The Planning Coll)mission may consider alternative proposals which may affect all or parts of the land identified. --... . ; Time: 5:30p.m. Date: Monday, February 8, 2010 Place: Fredrick B. Karl County Center, 18th Floor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd.; Tampa All members of the public and interested parties may appear at the Public Hearing and be heard as to any and all matters pertinent to the adoption of the amendments to the Future of Hillsborough Comprehensive Plan for Unincorporated Hillsborough County Comments may be made orally at the hearing or in writing if submitted on or before the hearing date. If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at the forthcomihg public hearing, they are hereby advised that they will need a verbatim record of the proceedings. The record includes the testimony and evidence upon which such an appeal is to be based. CPA 10-18 Future Land Use Element Text change. Transit Oriented Development Proposed text Amendment to modify and add policies related to Transit Oriented Development. CPA 10-17 Future Lapd Ug Element Text change. Clarification of Policy on Minimum Densities-Text amendrnent to clarify Policies 1 2 & 1 .3 of the Future Land Use Ele":J9nt, which relate to the requirement for minimum densities within the Urban Service Area CPA 10-18 Future Land Use Text change. Elimination of Policy 9.5-_ Elimination of Future Land Use Element Polley 9 5, which permits variances to minimum lot size in the case where the subject property was impacted by a government action such as but not limited to a right-of-way acquisition. . The proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan may be inspected by the public one week in adv,ance in the office of the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 18th Floor Tampa, Rorida, 33602, between the hours of 8:00 a .m. and 5 : 00 p .m., Monday Thursday except hOlidays, or at www.theplannlngcommlnlon.org. For i nformation call Robert B Hunter FAICP Executive Director, (813) 272-5940 All meeting fiPfities are eiccessibfe in accordance 'Nith the Americans with Disabilities Act Any add iti onal necessary accommodat i ons 'Nilf be provided with notice given at least two working days prior to the meeting Please contact Tony LaColla AICP, Public Participation Coordinator at (813) 272 5940 for more inform at i on JBnuiJiy 22. 2010

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Entertainment WVclef Jean Pleads For Help Relocating 2 Million Haitians WYCLEFJEAN Haitian-born singer Wyclef Jean held an emotional press conference in New York on Monday afternoon to outline relief plans for his country and to answer criticism of Yele Haiti, the charity foundation he found ed that is raising funds for the victims of last week s devastating earthquake on the island Jean also advocated for the relocation of the near ly 2 million Haitians who have lost their homes in the capital Port-au-Prince "Port-au-Prince is a morgue, said Jean, who has been at the forefront of the call to action for aid to Haiti. He down to his native country the day after the massive 7.0 earthquake struck the Caribbean nation on January 12. Through his Tw.itter account, outreach to other celebrities and entertainers, and pleas for help on news networks around the cou ntry Yele had raised more than $2 million as of Friday. The singer said nis priority is to help get supplies to remote areas where security concerns are the greatest "I'm not the one that was reporting the news," Jean said. "I'm the one that was carrying the dead bodies on the street. Earlier this week, w atchdog Web site TheSmokingGun.com posted tax ret u rns for t h e Yele H ai ti foun da tion, cla imin g th a t th e c h a rit able o r ganizatio n h a d p e r so n ally uenri c h e d th e singer and c it in g p a ym e nts for a N e w York r e cording s tudio co-owned b y Jean and th e former Fugees leader' s partnership in a Haitian TV production com pany "My dad always told me, if you're a man with a clear conscienc e, s peak with a clear conscience a nd th e world will know, Jean said firmly. "Have we made mistakes? Yes. Did I ever use Yele money for personal benefit? Absolutely not. Yele 's books are transparent and open We have been given a clean bill of health b y an external auditor every year since w e started. Now, if you don t mind, my people in Haiti are watching this, so I got to talk to them in their own language," Jean said before pausing as tears streamed from his eyes. He then spoke patois to the peo ple back home and continued to stress the need for aid. After the camera is off I still gotta report back for duty. That's just the reality of my life, Jean said. Wyclef Jean will join George Clooney and other celebrities and musicians this Friday for "Hope for Haiti, a telethon sponsored by MTV Networks that will be featured across all major networks. Learn more about what you can do to help with earthquake-relief efforts in Haiti, and for more information, see Think MTV. Join George Clooney and Wyclef Jean for MTV's "Hope for Haiti" telethon, airing commercial free Friday, January 22, at 8 p .m.ET. Wale Headlines Haiti WALE Artists from around the country are continuing to unite t o h e lp the Haiti r elie f effort following last week's trag edy. Th e latest artist to rally for relief is none other than Wale who's headlining the DMV Helps Haiti Concert." Not acting alone he was supported by other artists from the DMV including D.C. Don Juan, Tabi Bonney, Phil Ade, XO, Kingpen Slim, K-Beta and Que (formerly of Day26). The concert will also be hosted by by Chris Cole of BET's College Hill South Beach. Rick Ross Rallies For Haiti RICK ROSS The Port of Miami' s biggest Bawse is stepping up to aid the country that plays coastal neighbor to his city. Rick Ross is the latest in Hip-Hop to lend a helping hand to the embattled nation. Instead of hosting a bene fit concert like several of his Hip-Hop counterparts, Rick Ross is doing his part by working to provide Haiti with an especially precious resource at this time, blood. His Rick Ross Charities "hosted a blood drive Monday January 18 in connection with The Community Blood Centers and 24 Hour Fitness. Follow Us On Twitter.coril/ FLSENTINELB JJ c Dupri And Carey's we Belong Together' Top Song Of The Decade c.. )> z c )> JJ -< 1\) 1\) 1\) 0 Now th a t th e New Y ea r h as hcg un o n e l as t .. t o p d eca d es lis t .. i s surfac in g. thi s timl' toppe d by o n e of th e bigges t R & B s tar s in his t ory. Mariah Carey i s toppin g the .. T o p S o n gs o f the D e cad e'' lis t with 2005's hit we B e long Tog ethe r bas e d on record sales, radio pla y a nd streaming. Unbeknownst t o m a ny, the song was act u ally co-writte n by So So Def Founder, Jermaine Dupri. "We wrote it tog e th er. Most of the time when I m ake record s with Mariah, I basi cally write the m while s h e's there in the studio. She's a super-prolific writer ... she gives me the vibe for the kind J ERMAINE DUPRI And MARIAH CAREY of record s h e s lookin g for, then we s tart playing diff e r ent chords a nd k eys to see where we're h eade d .... H e also says that h e was surprised the song had so much crossover appeal a nd would hav e n eve r thought It would be the song of the d eca d e ...... 0 Method Man Teaching 'The laws Of success' Class r-0 en m z m As the most prominent member of the Wu Tang Clan, Method Man was the first out of the pack to take the solo route and serve as the guinea pig for the future of the rappers from Staten Island. His willingness to take a risk has been able to branch and develop even further outside of the music world as the rapper has also been able to establish himself as an actor and even landed himself a role in a comic book for a self-titled graphic novel that he created. Clearly one who knows what it takes to achieve suc cess, Mef will be dishing out his secrets during a Learning METHOD MAN r-1 lD c: r r-z "tJ c: lD r-c;; :I: m c m < m -4 c: Annex event where he will m give the method to this mad -fg ness which resulted in him achieving success and turning )> a faint dream into an every-z day reality C ., c Snoop Dogg Signs Cypress Hill To Prioritv Records Snoop Dogg is taking his new role as Creative Chairman of Priority Records to heart and making additions to the label's grow ing roster. The Doggfather has officially signed Cypress Hill to PrioritY marking his first executive decision as the new Chairman. Snoop released a press release Friday on adding Cypress Hill to the Priority family saying that they were "incredibly talented" and commending them for CYPRESS HILL becoming the first Latino Hip-Hop group to go plat-inum. The group plans to release their first album in six years, ...... Rise Up, on April 6 7' )f.

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0 ..... 0 N N N > a: < :::J z < c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w :::J 1-> a: w > w c w :::r:::: en :::i m ;::) Q. z _, _, ;::) CD ..:. w z w en c( c iE 0 _, u.. -c( I co ...... Funerals/Memoriam --Aikens -----------------MS. MARCIA ANTOINE Mass of the resurrection for the repose of the soul of Ms. Marcia Antoine of 1806 E. Palifox Street, who passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 2010, will be held Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 10 a.m. at St. Peter Claver Catholic Church, 1203 N. Nebraska Avenue, Father Darville, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Marcia was born December 27, 1948, in Haiti. She leaves fond memories with: her companion, Didieu Edmond; her daughters, Sheila Edmond, Lixon Edmond, Jeanette Edmond, Bauderlaire Dieudonne, Monite Normil and Magalie Normil; grandchildren, Midline Coriolan, Kayla Desrosiers, Briana Desrosiers, Maxime Josue, Bedona Josue, Windner Coriolan, Atacia Josue, Nivenson Josue, Shinika Josue and Yovanka Dieudonne; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 5:30-6:30 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralbome.net MRS. VANESSA DENICE HOWARD GILLES Homegoing services for Mrs. Vanessa Denice (Howard) Gilles of 8207 Ogontz Avenue, who passed away January 17, 2010, will be held Saturday, January 23. 2010, at 2 p.m. at Aiken s Funeral Home Chapel, 2 708 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., Pastor Jamal E. Quinn, officiating. Mrs. Gilles was born September 10 1958, in Tampa. She was a faith believer of the Baptist ministries. Her favorite hobbies were fishing, helping others and most of all reading and writing. She also enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, Darnell Turner and Bernice Cooper. She leaves to cherish her memory: companion, Eugene Robinson; children, Sirena and Roger Williams, lloyd and Valena Williams; son-in-law, Charles Hill; stepson, Kerrick Robinson; grandchildren, Emanuel (Tiara) Watson, Jr., Emanuel Watson (Meme), Domonique Hayes, Roger D. Williams, Jr., Vanessa C. Hayes, Lottie McCleary and Emannye Watson; stepfather, Waymon Hudley; brother, Edward D. Turner, Sr.; sister, Valeria Wasp and husband, Mario; aunt, Edna Slaton; uncle, 0. J. Larry; nieces, Katrina Oliver (Shaun), Kim Turner, Jameshia Oliver; nephews, Jose Oliver, Edward Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home S 117 North 22od Street Tampa, Florida 33610 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ( lur I ;ttnth ( dtl Ytlttr I ,llnth ._,\\.\.:d--. Email: raywms@lj.net Turner. Christien Turner and Isaac \\'illiams; cousins. Joe. Robert. Renard. Leon and Curtis Doole, and Stella and Herman Pro. fit; family Wanda (Dooley) Beavais. Linda Staton. Helen Larry. Frederilk (Tammy) Larry. Betty Lou LarrY. Luise Green, Maria and Erne'st Feltqn, Clifford. Marie. Ron and \ 'ernon Johnson. Nathaniel Munn. Jeffrey Ann Dooley, \\'alter Scott, Dwayne Larrv. Lillian. Bernard William Micheal, Myron, Randy Sims, Marvin, Alicia Dooley. Shereka Dooley. Deborah Dooley, Marquist Polite, Octavious. Demetrick, Clarence, Quansbav, Sadieria, Jose, Jr., Zaesha. E li Edward, Jr. and Zakey; godsisters, Ann Doby, Joann Mills, Sandra Marrow and Carol Williams, Orlando Hayes, B. J. Hayes, Arthur, Oscar, Felix Thomas, Kenny, Mrs. Joyce, Vadry, Charles, Eric Hayes, Fletcher family Diamond, Harryann, Gloria Sterrix, Lucrecia Garcia, Zangela Montgomery, Herman Hudley, S. S. Smity, Steven McCleary, Patricia and Lisa; godchildren, Isaac Williams, Brenell and Robert Williams; godbrothers, Gary Pressley and Derrick Sterrix; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p.m., Friday. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www:aikensfuneralhome.net MEMORIAM MINNIE LEE MANDY Happy 77th birthday. We were truly blessed to have had you in our life. We love and miss your beautiful smile. Your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and son-inlaw. MRS. BEATRJCE NELSON STEVENS LASING Homegoing services for Mrs. Beatrice Nelson Stevens Lasing of 2906 E Ida Street, who departed her earthly walk on Monday, January 18 2010, after a long illness, will be held Friday, January 22, 2010 (today) at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Rev. Dr. Evan Burrows, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Beatrice Lasing was born May 14th in Live Oak, FL, the third child and only daughter of the late Mr. Waymon Nelson, Mrs. Ruby Nelson Homer and stepfather, Mr. Grady Homer. As a baby the family moved to Tampa. She attended public school in Hillsborough County, graduated Cosmetology School and served as a Beautician for a number of years. She also served as caregiver for Mr. Simon Kessler and family until her health declined. Mrs. Beatrice gave her life to the Lord at a very young age at First Baptist Church of College Hill, where she was a lifetime member. She served as a choir member and as a Deaconess. She was preceded in death by: father, Mr. Waymon Nelson, Sr.; brothers, Gene and Oscar Nelson; stepfather, Mr. Grady Homer; brother, Mr. Waymon Nelson, Jr.; and mother, Mrs. Ruby Homer. She leaves us to cherish fond memories of our Ma-Dear; bus-. band, Mr. Edmund Lasing; children, Bettye Upshaw (Pastor Carnell), Barbara Jolly (Jasper), James Stevens (Patricia), Hollywood, FL, James Leroy Stevens (Martha), Sheryl Smalls (Levi), Sharrel Carter (Wayne) and Rodney Lasing (Maureen); gr1llldchildren, Larry Yeoman (Lauri), Gail Snell, Ruben Yeoman, III (Sharwyn), DarJeanette Smith, Sabrina Henry (Robert) Jacksonville, FL, Aneus Stevens (Veronica), Bartholomew Bostic, Reginald Stevens, Sharla Jenkins (Donald), Anika Smalls, Adrian I..qing (Marice), Stephanie Stevens, Vallejo, California, Tangila Kendrick (Frank), Marcel Joseph, Union City, California; Paul Jones (Reginald), Marcus Smalls (Yolonda), Angelina Harebin (Darren), Asha Smalls and Antione Stevens, Hollywood, FL; great grandchildren, Kenneth Williams, Jr., Ray Snell, Jr., Snell, Tarras Yeoman, Jr., Bryan Yeoman, Dominic Bostic, Lashon Steverui, Sharelyn Bell, Edward Stevens, Shontay Stevens, Tianna Stevens, Reginald Stevens, Jr., Aneus Stevens, Jr., Delano Hale, Tianna Yeoman, Adrian Lasing, Jr., Donte Bostic, Alleneshia Davis, Shakira Henry, Charvera Davis Lasing, Quenteria Stevens, Marquis Lasing, Armand Smith, Steven Oats, Brittnee White, .JuHo Go07.&les, m, Sierra Stevens, .Jabari Lasing Frank Kendrick, Jr., Brenda Matthews, Brianna Young, Monica Young, Kiara Stevens, Milan Joseph, Tekeyab Sarah Jenkins, BeH-t'ia Bostic. Elijah Jl"nkins, Latangila Bostic. Micah Smalls. Anna Smalls and Malachi Smalls: gN'at, grc.at grandrhildren, Tarras \'roman. Jr., Kalth Snell Madison Snt'll, Alt.xa Snt ll Jadvn Snell and Alt>cz.un dtr Snl'il: nil"C'ts. Rarbara JoyCt Re-ese (Willie), Carol Mitdwll, Paulettt Nt'lson, Atluntu, GA. Pntril'ia Chnnty (Mncto) nnd I>nrthula nt'llhtws. llerhtrt Nl'ison (Connit), Sun Culifornin, Osrar Nelson, Jr .. 1\tt>lvin Ntlson (Connit'), Cnrlton Nl'ison (Luvntor), Wavm Nt'ison (Alice) llnttitshur'g, Miss .. nonuld Nl'isoq, llntMiss. nnd Cynthiu Simmons; and a host of other sorrowing cousins and friends. The viewing was held Thursday nt Aikens Funeral Home from 4-7 p. m. The family received friends from 6-7 p. m. qnd friends nre asked to meet at the church for t.he service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikcnsfuncralbome.nct MR. CALVIN R.JACKSON Homegoing services for Mr. Calvin R. Jackson of2512 E. 31st Avenue, who passed away, Tuesday, January 19, 2010, wlll be held Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 3 p. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Rev. Dr. Evan Burrows, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Calvin was born February 26, 1960, in Tampa. Mr. Jackson Is survived by: his 5 sisters and 5 brothers. Ethel Inez Everett, Evelyn L. Williams, Gladys J. Brown, Benjamin Bludsaw, Jr., Kenneth Bludsaw and wife, Patricia, Horace Bludsaw, Shirley A. Johnson and husband, Eddie, Nita Durant, Uncia D. McCollum, George Bludsaw and wife Joyce; two aunts, Jessie Mae B888 and Florence Williams; two brothers-in-law, James L. Durant and William Brown, Sr.; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewipg will be held a' Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m. The family and asked to meet at the churcb'lor the service. 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Funerals/Memoriams MRS. BESSIE WASHINGTON Homegoing services for Mrs. Bessie Hamilton Washington, who passed away on Friday, January 15, 2010, will be held on Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 12 p. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N 29th Street, Rev. Dr. Evan Burrows, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Washington was born January 24, 1920, in Cordele, Georgia, to the late John and Dolly Hamilton. She attended school in Cordele, Georgia, and later moved to Tampa, where she met and married, Johnnie Washington. Bessie was a devoted mother of two children, Doris W. Bryant and the late John Lee Washington. She worked for Tampa Canning Plant, Tampa Linen Laundry, a caregiver and was also a Cosmetologist for a number of years until retirement. She also did domestic work. Mrs. Washington attended Mt. Pleasant AME Church and later moved to First Baptist Church of College Hill. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Johnnie; son, John Lee; and son-in-law, Hayward Bcy'ant, Sr. She leaves to mourn her passing: a devoted and loving daughter, Doris W. Bryant; daughter-in-law, Bonnie Washington; grandchildren, Hayward Bryant, Jr. and wife, Deborah, Jerome Washington, Kenneth Bryant and wife, Jennifer, and Tanya Washington; great grandchildren, Sidney, Sheila, Danielle, Kenneth, II, Marcasha, Cory and Noah; great, great grandchildren, Lance, Lila and Sidney, Jr.; 10 nieces and 1 nephew; a host of cousins, and other relatives and many friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. M. L King, Jr. Blvd., from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikepsfuneralbome.pet no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' BROTHER JOHN NATHANIEL JENKINS 'HALFPINT' Homegoing services for Brother John Nathaniel Jenkins, a.k.a., "Halfpint" of1105 E. Skagway Avenue, who passed away on Saturday, January 18, 2010, will be held this morning Friday, January 22, 2010, at 11 a. m. from the Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street, with the Elder Gregory Mason, officiating, eulogist. Brother Jenkins was born January 2, 1927, in Florence, South Carolina. He accepted the Lord at an early age. He leaves to mourn his demise: 3 grandchildren, Bettye Coleman (Morris), Mae Jackson (Henry, deceased) and Robert Ellis (Homer), Detroit, MI; 10 great grandchildren, Henry Jackson, Iris Jackson and David Washington, who preceded him in death, Teresa Durant (Eddie), Dorian Mason (Greg), Adrian Williams, Sr., Ronald Brewer (Terri), Donald Myles (Rhonda), Arlene Jackson, Deborah Jackson; 16 great, great grandchildren; and a host of other family and friends; special friends, the Richardson family. The viewing for Brother Jenkins was held on Thursday, January 21, 2010, from 5-7 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY ON FRIDAY. Fantily and friends are asked to meet at the funeral home on Friday at 10:30 a. m. "EVEREIT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" MRS. SHEILA ANN TURNER Born: 1/21/63 Died: 7/23/09 Happy birthday. From all the family. We love you, miss you and need you. May God bless you. MRS. ALDA GIL Mrs. Aida Gil, 97, of Tampa, passed away on January 15, 2010. Mrs. Aida was a long time resident of Progress Village. She is survived by: her son, Lindley Brooks and his wife, Patricia; daughter, Cynthia Williams; a brother and a sister; grandchildren, great grandchildren and a great-great grandson; and numerous loving family members. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m.-12 p. m. The service "ill be held Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 12 p. m. at St. James AME Church, 5202 86th Street, Tampa. Words of comfort may be expressed at www.gardenofmemoriestampa.com. Garden of Memories Funeral Home. IN MEMORIAM ALICEJ. MCMILLAN January 22,1987 Remembering you on this day and always. Twentythree years ago, you went to your eternal home. Loving you always and forever, we miss you. Husband, Ulysses; children, Pat and Tundra; grandchildren and great grandchildren, Tia, Busta, Lil Marty, Jacquez andJakil. l Harmon DEACONESS ANN 'ANNA' JOHNSON Homegoing celebration for Deaconess Ann "Anna" Johnson, who passed away on Thursday, January 14, 2010, will be held on Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Greater Bethany M. B. Church, 5814 58th Street Court, Tampa, 33619, with Pastor Clyde D. Thompson, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Deaconess Johnson was preceded in death by: her parents, George and Pearl Wilson; and her husband, Mr. Johnnie Johnson. Deaconess Ann "Anna" Johnson was born on September 02, 1931, in Townsend, GA to the late George and Pearl Wilson. She was educated in Mcintosh County Schools where she graduated from Todd Grant High School in Mcintosh County. She accepted Christ at an early age. She moved to Brunswick, GA, and completed culinary training. While living in Brunswick, she married Johnnie Johnson in 1967 and later moved to Newark, NJ, where they stayed for a number of years before moving to Tampa in 1974 After moving to Tampa, she and her husband joined Greater Bethany Missionary Baptist Church where they became faithful workers and servants until their demise. She worked numerous jobs and was a loyal caretaker for Dr. and Mrs. Henry (Susan) Hyatt for 28 years before she retired. Deaconess Ann "Anna" Johnson was a caring person who cooking for fantily and friends. The word "self" was never in her vocabulary. She was always thoughtful of others and never met a stranger. She was a straightforward person who many called "Momma." She leaves to cherish her memories: 5 children, (Charles) Drake of Bonaire, GA, London (Lisa) Rogers, Jr., and Victoria (Charles) Washington, Brunswick, GA, devoted daughter and caretaker, Linda Butts, Tampa, and Nikki (Julius) Wiggint, Los Angeles, CA; 10 grandchildren, grandson who she raised from birth, Nickolas "Charles" Johnson, devoted granddaughter and caretaker, Sabrinia Butts, Tampa, Marquinia (Dwaine) Butts-Fisher, Lakeland, Charles (Terri) Drake, Jr., Lithonia, GA, Melody (Graham) Walden, Warner Robins, GA, Cyndi (Richard) Palmer, Shronda (Alfonso) McKiver, Guyton, GA, Vaugnisha Beckham, Demetrius Beckham, Samaria Collins "'8.lld. .fllatasha Wiggim, Los Angeles, CA; aunt, Marilyn Wilson, Brunswick, GA; special cousins, Joyce Johnson Virginia, and Harding Epps, Jr., Lithonia, GA; 5 great grandchildren; special devoted friends, Mr. Johnnie (Delores) Stennis, Dr. and Mrs. Henry (Susan) Hyatt, Renee Johnson, Cheryl Kennedy and Geneva Slayman; and a host of other friends and fa]nily:.. Visitation will be held Friday )> l'\ fro m h N p 111. ut Bur-nton FutHru l HnnH 51Hl:.! C... :"\orth 4oth Stnl'l. Tumpu. )> : l :lbto. Tht f umily will rt" l tiH z fritnds from N p m. C Friends tlw lwnw-)> strYkt on Suturdny urt :::0 usktd to us.il"lllhltnt tht c:hurdt -< Ill U Ill. :\HARMON BllRIAl. MRS. IRENE COUNCIL SEAGO Homegoing services for Mrs. I\) I\) I\) 0 ..... 0 Irene Council Seago, who passed away on Saturday, January 9, 2010, will be held on Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 1:30 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with a local pas-"T1 tor officiating. Interment wUI rbe private. 0 She was preceded in death by :IJ her husband, Mr. Joe Frank C Seago. )> Mrs. Irene Council Seago CJ) leaves to cherish her memory: m oldest son, Robert J. Seago, and Z second son, Eddie J. Seago, Sr.; :::! daughter-in-law, Ann Jackson; Z brothers, Eddie Gene Bigham m and family; and Lee Bigham r;and family; grandchildren, m Sonya Seago, Eddie Seago, Jr., Michael Cumming, Antwan Me-rFarland, Eddie J. Seago, Jr., II, m Catlin Irene Seago, Joe Mitchell :::! and Andre Mitchell; great Z grandchildren, Eddie J. Seago, "'0 Jr., III., Prictice Walker and C: family, Bettie Walker and fam-aJ ily, Eddie J. Walker and family, Larry Walker and family, Jonny Walker and family, Sharly ; Walker and family, and Brenda 0 Walker and family; the Thomp-m son family, Sherlane Thompson < and family, Johnny Thornton m and family, Larry Thompson and family, British Thompson "" and family, Shorn Thompson -4 and fantily, Willie T. Thompson C: and family, Niesha Thompson m and family, Jamario Thompson C and 'family, and Deshawn Thompson and family; and a "" host of other relatives and l> friends. Z C MEMORIAM BEVERLY R.HOLLIS January 22, 1947-June 27,2006 Deeply missed by your children and tmmdchildren. "T1 :::0 6 ...... U)

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0 -0 N N N > a: z pany. She leaves to cherish precious memories of her: a devoted and dedicated son Grover Cusseaux, Jr.; stepson, Derdy Carter; four devoted grandchildren, Angeline, Porcia, Damien and Kenny CusseatLx; nieces, Anna R Scott (Rhonnie), Barbara Jean Canty, Lczortha Barnum (Usher), Margo, Jean Patterson, Ronda, Barbara Scott, Kathy Martin (Lasalle) of Texas, Brenda Williams (Jerald), Delores Smith, Andrea Whigham (Dwight), and Angelique Redding; nephews, Raymond Weng, Randall, Daryl and Frederick Ervin, Clifford, Jr. (Thelma), Jewel, Jerome (Helen), Charles Canty (Lila), Derrick and Eric Sisk, Robert Garcia, Jr., Edward and Benjamin Reynolds (Martha) and Charles Weng (Lavern); four sisters-in-law, Margaret Mount, Maggie, Lilly and Peggy Cusseaux; a very special daughter-in-law, Rhonda Daniels; godsons, Huey Johnson, Steve W Mrs. Cusseaux was the C Founder and President of the w J: en :::i m :l Q. z i= w .J .J :l m I .J w z i= z w en
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Funerals/Memoriam/Card of Thanks -----------Winslow Honors : .. MS. THELMA WISE Ms. Thelma Wise was born August 13, 1923, in Albany, GA. At an early age, she and her family moved to Tampa. Sister Wise moved to Plant City; FL, in 1940, where she met and married Birdette S. Wise in 1941. Sister Wise became a member of Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in 1941, where she served faithfully on Usher Board #t as its President for several years. She was also a member and President of the Eastside Hope Block Club, a member of the Lily White Lodge and compassionately served as the President of the Independent Women Club of Plant City. She was preceded in death by: a sister, Jessie Mae Baker; and a grandson, Clifford WISe, Sr. She leaves to cherish her memory: seven loving children, two sons, Alphonso B. W1Se, Tampa, and Eric V. WJSe, Mulberry, FL, and five daughters, Maxine E. W1Se, Plant City, Annetta Jackson-Ira, Lakeland, Brenda D. WISe, Plant City, Linda Hallback-Robert, Plant City and Patricia McDonaldRobert, Plant City; 12 grandchildren, six great grandchildren, and two g'reat, great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. The family will receive friends on Friday, .January 22, 2010, at Mt. Moriah M. B. Church, 902 E. Alabam,a Street, Plant City. The funeral will be held on Saturday, .January-23, 2010, at 11 a. Mt. Moriah M. B. Church, 902 E. Alabama St., Plant City, 33563. WINSLOW HONORS FUNERAL HOME 1110 E. Laura, St. Plant City. MEMORIAM-E .. f. . '-... DAISY (GRANNY) BRISBON 1/25/1910 -4/4/2009 Happy tooth birthday Granny. Although you've been gone for a short while, you have been sadly missed by the family, friends-and other relatives. Love you, Rosia, Carol Gwendolyn Daisy and Tanya lRick). -_Family Notice. MR. WALTERJOHN CHRISTIAN The funeral services for Mr. Walter John Christian will be held Saturday, January 23, 2010, at 12 p. m. at Mt. Zion Baptis t Church, 1 7 8 Hwy. 39, Clay County, Georgia. Mr. Christian was born December 29, 1938, in Quitman, GA, to Milledge and Orpie Christian, both of whom preceded him in death. He was also preceded in death by: his daughter, Patricia Christian; 2 sisters, Margery and Cora Christian; 6 brothers, Frank, Paul, Sam, Moses, Joe and Eugene Christian; and brother-in-law, English Harris, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memory: 2 brothers, M. C and wife, Janice, and Clifford (Denise) Christian; 5 sisters, Landie Christian of Antelope, CA, Barbara Harris, Beatrice Drew, Carotene Sherman and Tantmie Davis, all ofTampa; 5 grandchildren, Ronald, Altmid, Americle Christian, Dominique and Davonne Johnson, all of Tampa; to great grands; 41 nieces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends including the Sulphur community. Walter, the owner of Jockey Tire Shop and 24 Hour Towing Service, servicing the Sheriffs Office, and the Eufaula, Ala-; bama School Bus System. He had sever81 tire shops from Georgetown, Georgia to Alabama. Mr. Christian was very much loved by the whole community. He was also full of fun. He enjoyed fishing and spectator sports. Services entrusted to Lewis Mortuary, Georgetown, Geor-gja. -THANKS SHIRLEY MOORE -The family of the late Shirley Moore wishes to express our sincere gratitude for all acts .of kindness ren--dered during our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Aikens _Funeral ,Home staff, Rev. Nealey, Rev. Zak:ay, Rev. Jones and La'Sharn eu'sseaux Cail and family. Blessinp, the _ ., lJ Gospel Plav Returns Local z Bv Popular Demand seen b fore. My best how hns b e n m y journey of imnginn -tion. The journ y ha be n full 0 of surprise and reward." TOO SMOOTH Smooth Entertainment will be presenting the return of the popular Gospel stage play "When Loving You Is Hurting Me, Part Two. Last year's performance of the play drew rave reviews, so Too Smooth decided to get on the phone and arrange for the play to return. The play will be Saturday, January 23, 2010 at the Palla dium Theater in St. Peters burg, 253 5th Avenue, North. Donald Gray, playwrit er/director who previously brought you Lord There's A Stranger In My House, and later "When Loving You Is Hurting Me, Part One ," will once again be in charge with a cast that will include Carlos Davis and Lil' G from Tyler Perry's Family R e union ," and a member of the group, Silk. Too Smooth said he gets excited over the growth he's seen in himself and his com pany, and how much others appreciate what he's trying to do. I naturally progressed from promoting concerts to stage productions. I'm really enjoy ing myself now. I get to meet so many different people and I've opened other doors I hadn't The eve ning will begin Frida y will b a gre t and m t ofth cast m e mb rs during 81'\ alb um rei a pnrty of th group, Fantn-C at the Comfort Inn Ballroom Also performing will be Luckie, a nd thi promises t o be one of th e biggest parties in the bay. Fantn-C will b p rforming with a liv e band m a n aged b y Too Smooth, who said whe n h e feels lik e giving up ther e are four things that allow him to move forward First, my mother who h as raised 12, an d I feel12 can take care of 1 or 2. Second, my two daught ers who will be queen s ,...., one day. I want to create some-0 thirig I can leav e them. Third, the lost history of a father, and E fourth my grandmother's death has been a great motiva -tion for me. :Z:: Also, all birthday cele-::I brants are invited to come out ifi and party with the cast mem -r;" hers from the play. m For more information, con-? tact Too at (813) r 244-7474, or visit his website at www.tobsmoothent.com Z MentorshiP Program Plans Youth Rallli c: m r: en ::z:: Several organizations have partnered to present a rally for at-risk youth and their parentS. The event will be held on Wednesday, January 2th, at Without Walls International Church, 2511 N. G rady Aveime, from 6 p.m. until8 p.m. The organizations soring the event are Grace Consulting Group, Inc., the Hillsborough County Bully Busters, Crime Stoppers Con nxtons, and Children's Serv ices Department. The D.R.I.V.E.N., which is -an acronym for Determined to succeed Relentless in tech nique by mediocrity Vital to my community, Encourage ment to others, and Never again a stereotype or statistic. It is a new philosophy developed by at-risk youth The group intends to use it as an ignition of a new way of think ing within high risk commu nities These youth want to send a different message, de spite zip eodes, decisiqns others before may have made, and even poor choices, and even poor choices I've made in the past, I am D.R.I.V.E.N., throughout the bayarea. Youth attending the rally will receive information, re sources, and viable opportunities to steer them in a better and more positive direction. The event will bring youth organizations from thmugh-out Hillsborough County to gether tq provide opportuni ties for volunteerism, summer programs and training. : It will be hosted by Frame Work4 Greatness, (FW4G), a new comprehensive mentorship program targeting at-risk youngsters between the ages of 11 and 17. The mentorship focuses on programs oped for daily practices of 2J cial tt1,r>h<>1"<>f'tt>, .. l m UlllfJniJ.aUOnl c! m '-'\1.111:1 Llll11Ult.l C z c

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..-nme Custodian Arrested For Pres. Obamas 'All' Actor Released On Bond Having Sex Wilh Student For Child Abuse Charges I >-"" \.1\'t PICKETI A 25-year-ol d hi gh sc h o ol c u s todi a n was arrested b) the H illsborou g h County Sheriffs Offi ce and charged wit h tw o counts of unlawful sexual ac t i\ it y \,ith a m inor Ms. D ebbie Carter, spokesperson for the Hillsbor o u g h Cou nt y S heriffs O ffic e said that \Villiam Pickett, a c u s t o d ia n a t M iddleton Hi g h S c hool i s allege d t o h a v e t aken a n unidentif i e d 16-year-old f e m a l e t o hi s h o m e Cl o n D ecembe r 24th, w h e r e ff: th ey allegedl y h a d co nsen-C sua! se x Thl' i n cide n t rl'pur!t' d t u the T. tmpa P olic e D epartme nt. \, h o conducted the im e stigation and n o ti fied th e Sheriffs Office Pickett wa s taken in t o L'UStodv a t approximatelY 3 p m., on Thursday. Acco r d i ng t o Ms. Linda Cobbc, spokesperson fo r the Hillsborough County School D i s tri c t Pickett was hired as a c u s todi a n b y th e Hill s borou g h County S c h oo l Dis t r i c t in :was a n d assigned t o Middl e t o n Hi gh Sc hool. H e resigned o n Thursdav, Januan 2 1st T he incident \,as repor t ed late vestercla\ to the sc h ool a n d r e p o rted t o th e Sc h oo l 's Re s ource Office r o n Thursday m orning. They responded immedi a t e l y and appropri a t elY, .. Ms. Linda Cobbe said. Pickett i s b e in g h e ld o n a b ond o f S 15,000 a t the Hill s b o r o u g h County J ail. C Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy en w Guardianship Probate Social Security Wills Call Us. We Can Help. F. Kemi Oguntebi w Attorney At Law C 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 w The hiring of a lawyer is an i mportant decision that should en not be based solely U!X.!n adv e rtisem ents. 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Bcfcn )'OG decide oak us lo omd L OS ANGE L E S ---The V\'hi te H o u se o n M o nclav s e t Janua r y 27 as th e elat e for President Barack Obama's late s t S t a t e o f th e U ni o n address. a relief t o Lost g r oupies \\'h O had worrie d tha t a possi b l e F eb ruary 2 elate w ould f o r ce the p r e e m p ti o n o f th e ABC seri es' three -h our pre mi e r e F o x w ould b e m a kin g th e bi gges t m o\e as th e address faces it s \Vednesday e diti o n of A m e ri can Ido l at 9 p m The n etwork \ v iii lik e l y air "Idol" at 8 p m. Judge: Ex-Mavor Violated Agreement DETROIT ---Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick lied again to the citizens of the city he once led, a judge said Wednesday as he ordered the disgraced official to pay more than $30Q,OOO in restitution within 90 days or face further punishment. Judge David Groner said Kilpatrick misrepresented his financial situation and ability to repay during a series of hearings to discuss his monthly payment amount. Kilpatrick had agreed to pay $1 million in restitution in late 2008 as part of pleas in two criminal cases, but later requested that his monthly payments be reduced. Kilpatrick fulfilled a requirement to pay S36,ooo during the six months after his jail release. But when his base pay at Covisint dropped from $2o,ooo to .$1o,ooo per month, Kilpatrick began to make $3,000 payments based on 30 percent of his income, something Kilpatrick's lawyer, Michael Alan Schwartz, argued was part of Groner's earlier order. ".\ n ... ;11\d 'Frt >nz <; To (;c n t<' !\turkkt "Kcsan" l\1otH't' tunwd himsl'lf into autlwritics H'Stertla\ after lwin)!. on tht run for allegcdh abusing his inL\1\t daughttr. Momt is atTused of brt'aking the child's arms, leg, 3 ribs and a collarbone. Moore stated that the only thing he should be accountable ior is the broken wnst his daughter suffered when she fell out of her bed in .July. Moore was released on a b ond nnd charge d w ith cruelty to chil dren. A :;-month im' t sti g a tio n by Smvrna p olic e dett>r mined that he d i d assault th e i c tim Man Charged in Slaving of Five Familv Members A Texas man has b een charged in the shooting deaths of five of his family members. 20-year-old Maron Thomas is being held on $2 million bond for killing his mother, stepfather, sister, brother and ni e ce who was also found decapitated. Police found the five bodies at the family's home in Bellvill e Texas on Sunday aft ernoo n A n e i ghbo r h e lped deta in Thomns afte r th ey found him nake d and try in g to break into their h o m e b y h olding him at gunpoint until poli ce arrive d According to auto psy results, all fiv e di e d o f gun shot wounds and the two year-old girl was d ecapitated with a machete. Her head was found near her body. -Police found a shotgun and handgun at the crime scene and say both were used in the shootings. He was taken to the coun ty jail where officers report that he confesse d to the murders. Hugo Chavez Blames u.s. For Earthquake In Haiti, Claims 'Tectonic weapon' Was Used The leader of Venezuela Hugo Chavez is blaming the U.S. for Haiti's earthquake claiming that the U.S tested a "tectonic causing the devastation. According to Chavez earthquake was a result of "weapon earthquakes" started by _..tl.1e U.S. that would eventtiafiy be used to take over Iran. The Venezuelan media also coincides with Chavez's claim and reports that the earthqll'cike "may be associated with a project called HAARP, a system that can generate violent and unexpected changes in climate." HAARP which stands for High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program has been the source of controversy for many conspiracy theorists. Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen even expressed concerns over the program. Chavez also said the U.S should "stop playing God." And Follow Us On Twitter @ : twitter.com/FLSENTINELB .

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Crimes Robberv suspects In custodv CHRISTOPHER NEFF Two men who followed a man home from the Seminole H a rd Rock Casino and stole his winnings have been arrested. Police said on January 9 ; 2010, Edgardo Rivera, 31, and Christopher Neff, 27, followed Aris Williams home from the Seminole Hard Rock Casino and robbed him at gunpoint, police said. Williams was able to get a partial tag on the vehicle. On January 17, 2010, the same suspects robbed anoth er casino winner as he got out of his car at his Clearwater home. After committing the Cleaqvater robbery, police said Neff and Rivera returned to Hillsborough EDGARDO RIVERA County. A Seminole police sergeant spotted the suspect's car near a casino entrance and contacted the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. A deputy approached the vehicle. Tampa Polic e d e tec tive s responded and interviewed the driver and his pas senger. The detective, after obtain ing a search warrant, for the vehicle, recovered a stun gun and a 38 caliber revolver. Rivera was charged with robbery of $300 or more but less than 420,000 Neff was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, and robbery of $300 or more but less than $20,000. Suspects Sought In Sonic Robberv Tampa P olice report th a t earl y :'-.lo nday m o rning th e So ni c Restaurant, 2523 r\orth Dal e was r obb ed. According t o th e r eport, the restaurant's manage r, Mary Miller, was parked in the parking l o t of the bus iness waiting on a seco nd employee to a rrive so they could open th e busine ss t oge ther. Police said two men approached Miller's vehicle, forced their way inside and allegedly told her of their intention to rob the r esta urant. The r e port states the two men waited on the second employee to arrive and when that did not happen, they told Miller to drive around. Th ey even tually told Miller to drive to an ATM and withdraw money from her account. They then had Miller driv e to the area of Busc h Boulevard and soth Street where both suspects got out of the vehicle. The suspects are described as Black males, 16 to 18 years old, between s'6" and 5'9" tall and both wore black with black ski masks. Both suspects were armed with handguns. Detectives are working on leads in the robbery. Counhouse Capers DERRICK SCUDDER, 19, burglary, possession of cocaine ARSENIO JOHNSON, 21, carrying a concealed firearm UNCLE SANDY .. 3, 8, 24 "A humble life with peace and quiet is better than a splendid one with danger and risk." 1, 11, 14 N. 56th Street, Ste. 13 FL 33617 Omce (813) 'We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sit" Darrell Ingram Owner EARL REYNOLDS, 30, false imprisonment, battery MARIO ROBERSON, 18, battery on a law enforcement officer, violation of probation for carrying a concealed firearm, grand theft auto ::c 0 Police Arrest Two After Car Crash c... )> z c )> ::c -< 1\) 1\) DONTAEDIX At 3:05 a.m. Thursday, Tampa Police were working a traffic accident. An officer was conducting a traffic stop on a vehicle. The vehicle fled west on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and the officer put out an alert about the suspicious vehicle, but did not have anything but a traffic viola tion so he did not pursue. The vehicle was found overturned a mile down the road near Albany. Both the BRYAN WALKER passenger and driver were treated for minor injuries at the scene. The driver, identified as Dontae Dix, 27, was charged with possession of cocain e and fleeing and 1\) 0 ..... 0 e luding an officer. The passenger, identified 5 as Bryan Walker, 28, was ::c charged with carrying a con-cealed firearm, and being a en felon in possession of a firearm. :::! z m Duo Arrested After High Speed Chase ':'" m c: r r-gJ z c: m r-c;; :r: m 0 m < m -1 c: m en 0 )> z c PATRICK ALLEN JONES MALCOM JAMOL THOMAS "TT :!:! c ST. PETERSBURG -Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies report that they arrested two men who led them on a high speed chase Tuesday. Jones and Thomas fled, Deputies said they stopped a vehicle because its tag was reported stolen. They then chased Patrick Allen 20, and Malcom Jamol Thomas, 22, through red lights at speeds of 90 m.p.h. before it ended. The suspect's vehicle was stopped by a deputy near 54th Avenue, North and 22nd Street, North, near where the chase started, deputies said. but were caught, one of them by a police dog and the other by a deputy. Jones is charged with being a felon in possession of both a firearm and ammunition, eluding an officer at high speed, driving with a suspended license, resisting an officer without violence, and two counts of probation violation. Thomas is charged with wearing a mask on public property and resisting arrest without violence, both mis demeanors. Follow Us On Twitter.com/FLSENTINEt:.B .. C) m N .. <.)' I )>

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FLORIDA SENTINEL SECTION 65 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY, JANUARY 22' 2010 B USF Special Reception Honors Four A special reception at the University of South Florida paid tribute to 4 residents for their exemplary work and s rvice to the Tampa Bay community The reception was held in the Lifsey House on the USF campus. Honors were bestowed upon Mrs. Sonja Garcia, 1rustee, and Dr. Gwendolyn Stephenson, President of Hillsborough Commu nity College, who were honored for their service to USF and the Tampa community. Brian Lamb, USF Trustee and Senior Vice President and Business Banking Executive of Fifth Third Bank, recognized for his new appointment as a 'Irustee, and Dr. Kevin Sneed, who recently became Dean of the USF School of Pharmacy. (Photography by BRUNSON) Honoree Sonja Garcia (2nd from right) is shown with her family: son, Renaldo; daughter-inlaw, Jodi and her husband, Rigoberto Garcia. SDl Davis, Sr. a,nd Jetie B Wilds, Jr. were in attendance. Honoree Dr. Gwendolyn Stevenson with her husband, Steve Stephenson. Jerry and Ruth Bell were among the guests in attendance. Sol Davis, Jr., and Curtis Stokes, F'rl\:h Third Bank. . Sonja Garcia and Dr. Cheryll Rodrig_tJez. Joyce Russell, Hillsborough County's African-American 8lld_ CNoe Left, Les Miller, Jr., Director of Communi9' -"'::"u.ou .... o Studel)t Ombud$man, with Bobby Bowden.

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0 Local LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. N Crim i nal Defense Fam i l y Law & Personal Inj ury < :::1 z < -:1 c a: LL. c a: u. c z < c en w :::1 t-> a: w > w c w :::r: en ::::i m :::1 11. z ..J .... :::1 m ...:. w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. m I N w C) P oint OffiCe Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry H wy, S u i t e 1 0 1 Ta. mpa., Fl orida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor-Dcpu iy Chief State & Fed. W. C. Oaims Certified by State University All Job-Related In uries Change Treating hysicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C. I Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! (Exc.pt For !>we Title VII Cues) AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY -------( 813l 892-8193: RICKY E. _Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs /Day FREE Consultation WILLIAMS Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? CaD Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 1-.....] ...... .., Posf.Coavidioa Proceedblgs, SeaUag CrimiDal Records a ad Appeak-3Ul West M.L.K. Jr. .BMl., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33607 www.4ReaiOnableDoubt.com at an irrclortanl
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MR. And MRS. GRADY Happy anniversary Baby!!! Four years strong and we're still going on. I love you so much, only you know! You're that man that God has sent to me. Through all the ups and downs, our love is unbreakable!!! I love you and you love me. Happy anniversary, Baby. From your Boo, Vida. Happy birthday! Come out and celebrate with your girl, Almaz at Tampa Live tonight. liil't NobodV Gonnalove ALMAZ And TEE Happy 33rd birthday. May God continue to bless you with many, many more. Happy 30th Birthday, Shawntay. ; .. ., .. THEFAGANS NUKIE, TYfY AndTETOT Happy birthday to my hus band. I wish you were here to celebrate with your fami ly. Don't worry, you'll be home soon. Mama is hold ing it down for you Love, 1YfY and Tetot. NATHANIEL And LAKEVIA FAGAN Happy birthday to my cousin, Coffee. Have fun! MRS. JUANITA. SAilS Happy belated birthday to our mother, Mrs. Juanita Sails, who was 84 years old Sunday. She celebrated wit11a small surprise birthday party given by her chil dren. We love you Mama, smiling and doing those wonderful things for us, we need your love. Love, Tee, Erica, Alexxus, Aaliyah and Tianna.-Your children, grands, ----gFeat gr-ands and relatives MR. And MRS. THOMAS WRIGHT To a loving and caring wife, you are the love of my life and above all you are my friend and I love you very much. Happy birthday Baby Love Spike. : .. To Be Printed . 1 .. .... .. .... .. ,. .. I ; I,., ,J j

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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sunda-Y School N N > a: :::::> z ct ..., c a: u.. c a: u.. c z ct c en w ::J > a: w > w 0 w ::I: en :::::i m ::J Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::J m w z i= z w en < c a: lfs Easier With God Isn't it strange that we today have so much information and knowledge about God but yet we constantly struggl e? How is it that we have better under s tanding and knowledge today but ye t it seems that we are further removed from God? Matthew 11:25-30, this week 's l esso n gives some in sight t o the a nswer to these questions. The people of Jesus' day had the ir own set of issues. H e said to them, ... you have hidden these thing s from the wise and learn ed, and revealed them to child ren" (vs. 25). There are some things God has hidden from p eop l e. P eo ple too often try to understand and comprehend God with their worldly intellect and knowledge. As we h ave b e come more ed ucat e d and suc cessful today, the more we r e l y on this education and knowl edge to predict and under-Baptist Church 1901 Central Avenue Tampa, FL 33602 2nd Pastor's Anniversary Celebration For Pastor Johnnie Miller Theme: "A Gallant Leader. That The Lord Has Provide Philippians 2"'29 These Services, For Our Pastor Who Is A Godly Man, An Industrious Business Man, And A Noble Leader And Family Man. Friday, January 22, 201 0 New St. Matthew M. B. Church Of Palm River Pastor Alec F. Hall & Conar-ati nuary Friendly M. B. Church "Our Own" Rev. Jerry G. Nealy 0 Evening Star Tabernade M. B. Church Rev. Jerome Griffin & Congregation ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Comer Of. 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkik, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 0 _. Sllldav: u.. 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment School / .Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wiBible Study W--..a,: 5 :30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email. Us At: stjministries@ooJ.com Mission Statement: A Church of the inner city the community byminis1eri1gtothe whole man." Outrecdl Ministry: I'DAH CG\1MUNJTY, Jt-.C./ 1-K)l.JSE OF LYDIA stand the ways o f G o d. :\o matter how much you know. you \\ill nc:>Yer know the ways of God because the w ays o f G o d cannot be compre hended through your knowl edge a nd understa nding. God h as hidde n thi s from p eo ple who think that because th e y have excelled in \\ orldly knowledge and experiences, they know Him What causes people t o miss the message and bl ess ing s of God is tryin g to make God fit into your ow n understanding. The people in Jesus day strug gled beca use Jesus did not fit into their p erception of aMessiah. You cannot continue t o make God fit into your percep tion of who H e is a nd h ow He should b e God Th e p eo pl e in those days h a d to realize t hat the Jesus they saw was the Son of God The one who knows the Son is the Father and the one who knows the Father i s the Son (vs. 27). If people are going to know God they must know the Son. If they a re going to know the Son, they must know the Fa-NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early M:lming Wciship-7 :55A.M. Sunday Mcrning Worship 9 :30A. M Morning Worship :55 A M Wed., Family Night-7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. John C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons ther. If y ou art' going t o know th e and things of God. you are goi n g t o to develop a nd strengthen your re lation hip \\ith the s you learn the word of th e on and examine His w o rks -.,ill begin to see what th e of the Father is Jesus moves from thi s point to give an invitation to come to Him J es u s was indeed a Sheph erd. He says to t h m and to us today MCome to M e all th at are weary and bur dened, and I will give you rest" (vs. 28). There a r e m a n y p eo pl e who are weary tired and worn. They are bur d e ned from th e cares, co n cerns, tria l s, and tribulations of Jiving daily lif e. Jesus invites them to come to Him and He will give the m rest. The rest Jesus will g ive will help them refocus on w hat is really important in life He will teach them who He is and how He can h e lp them in their daily lif e. He says His yoke is easy and His burden is li ght (vs. 30). t OF COlLEGE Hill 3838 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 Visit our website at www.fbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org To: The Family Of Mr. C. Blythe Andrews,Jr. :\ yoke i. a picn' of fn rm i ng equipnwnt put around the n ec k of oxen for them to pull phm: a nd other IH'II\ lo HI:->. I it' lets them know th 1t l'\ 'Cn following Him u will hi\\ 1 load to rry but th yo k thnt H will put on u will b nsy and th burd n in Him ou will hll\ to carry will b l ig ht. omin to d will not re -li yo u from h aving work to do, but th work f d will light r and a i r to d I with t han work of th w rld od \\rill not m a k you hav to carry the load of th go p I b y yourse lf You ca n continu to try to understand God throug h your own know! dg and und r s t anding or yo u ca n humbl yourse l f and ask God to t a h yo u Your education and u c cess ca n be a hindranc or a bl ess ing to you as yo u strengthen your r e lationship with God Accept His invitation to come to Him and you will soon discov e r that it is easi r to work with Him than to work with the rul e rs of the world. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OP PR08RESS VIUA81! 8616 Progreee Blvd. Tampa, Fl33819 Church omoe: (813) 677 1948 Pastor s omoe : (813) e72-o389 Academy Offloe: (813) 6'r.7.S988 Fax: (813) 672 -0S14 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampebay.rr.oom DI.IAIIIIAXWELL, IR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children W.l)l'lhlp Tlmee 7:30A.M. & 10:55 A M 4:m!IJ11!UII, A.M. Ad\At & YOUU1l Children Tueildav 1'1 A.M. AdUlt Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30P M AdUlt A Satalile Csml)lll For Fakh Bible lnstit\Je arowing The Chu'ch For Global Change (ACt$ 1:8, Rom. 1 :8, 1 Thee. :8) And The Florida Sentinel Staff .. '-!!P .. "' Reverend Albert Gallmon, Jr. and the Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Family are saddened to learn of Mr. C: Blythe Andrews, lr. s death. This is undoubtedly a very diffla.dt time for you, and we want you to know that we are praying for you faithfully. We are grateful for the numerous contributions Mr. Andrews made dllrtng his lifetime to this community. He was a pioneer in his own right, folloWing .,._ father's example by continuing to publish a newspaper that would Glrry the VOICES of his people. He was a leader in the African American community all of life. Not only a beacon of his community, but the Tampa Bay community at 1a--., How truly blessed we are to have a God who loved him so Intimately. We hope you find solaa! in that knowledge and draw strength and comfort from His loving presence. As your brothers and sisters in Christ, we send you our love and want to support you in any way we can. Yours in Christ, Reverend Albert Gallman, Jr., Peace B. Church I

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GRACE MAJff MISSIOIARY BAPT1ST CHURCH 390 :mn s ( 8 3J 21\8 -377 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 310/ E Laks Ave. 248-412/ ElDER THOMAS J REED Pas tor Week l y Act t v t t t es f-arl y Morn t n g Wo rsh tp-8 A M Sun day Schoo l -9 30 A M Morn t ng Worshtp-10 50 A M E::ltbl e Stu dy Wed -7 P M S unday Church School g Jo AM Morntng Wor.;hip 1 0 .45 A M Btble C l ass 4 30 P M Evening Wo r ship 5 P M W ednesday P rayer Mect t n g f P M Ill[ f'UBLIC I S INVIILD Bible Study 7 30 1-' BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOO IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. "(813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30 A .M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .. .. 7 :30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. L..._ ___ -'ll...i. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Chun:b Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P O Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253:-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail : MtPleasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:4SA.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M MORNfNGWORSHIP -11 A.M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Fam_ily Series Hour (BTU. ) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Servioo 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IOIUQMD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch org PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 1051 M a t n S treet I honotasassa. H o nda DR. ntOMAS L HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 30 AM. Morn in g Wor sh i p 11 A M B t b l e Study (Wednesday) ?PM FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday 7 P.M Sunday School -9 30 A. M Morning Worship 10 : 55 A .M. Church Van (813) 627-0338 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School 945 a m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! St. ,'V\ark ,\1issionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sht>rrill Stret>t Port Tampa, Florida 3 3616 (313) 639-j2(,3 M Ruildinp, On A Firm Founda rion H Sunday Sd10ol 9-.30 A.M. SUnday Morning Worship -1 0:55 AM. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. /ransportaUon Scwiccs Available HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTlST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lut z FL 33549 P 0 Box 273757 T ampa FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Moming Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday7 :00P. M lew Testanat M. B. Cllurdl Of Tllonotaassa, ln. Wal k er Road I honotosassa t-L 33592 ( 8 13) 986 39/1 ( 8 13) 610 1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSDI, JR. Pastor Weekly Servtces Sunday S chool 9 30 A M Sun Mormng Worsh t p 11 A M Wed Ntghl Youth l'raycr Serv tce And B i ble Study Thurs N ight: Prayer Serv ice And Htble Study "Suvng r llo Smnnrs And Cduc a ting The IJo/iovor.;" I Gun ()()All 1/Jmgs 1/Jrougn Cllm< l W/Jo Stmngthons M o PIJII 4 13 ST. MA11HEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave, Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rslms@tampabay.rr.com Break 01 Day Worship 745 A .M. sunday School 9 :30a. m Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Serv ice Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7 :30-8 30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 : 30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7-8 :30p. m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a. m Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p m Teen Night Friday before the 2nd sunday 7 -11 p .m. REV., W. D.IIMI, Pastor College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 Nort11 30th Street 813-239-3161 People Of Faith Committed To Spiritual Growth And Sharina God's Love Worship Opportunities SUNUAY Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00A. M YPWW6 :00 P M l:::venmg Worship 7 :00 1-'. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M GBUnBIOIBIISSIIUIIY IAP11ST CIBCI 12111 ....._st. T-.R.JHI! (813) 229-1a98 suuav sc11111 t:15 lernlag llnhlp 11 Prqer service, TuesdaY----1 .... ....... !hlll.l'llslln-1:21 .... late SlUff, TIISUV----1 .... PLACE YOUR CHURCH SERVICE AD HERE! Contact lVIRS. HAYES (813) 248-1921 or editor@f"lsentinel.com . _-< ')> z c )> :::0 -< "" "" "" 0 _. 0 r 0 JJ 0 )> (f) m z -1 z m r I IJJ c r r m -1 z ""(] c IJJ c (f) ::I: m 0 m < m ]J -< -1 c m (f) 0 )> z 0 :::0 0 G> m (.11 I .IJJ

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Taking care of infants and children can be challenging -not everyone is good at it! When picking your child's caregiver, make sure they're patient, understanding, caring and have real experience being alone with . <:hildren. If you have the slightest suspicion or doubt about your caregiver; don't leave your child with them even for a minute. Call 813-229-2884 or visit www.DreamsWorthGrowing.com for more information on how to find a safe, responsible caregiver ... Because Every Child is a Dream Worth Growing. ..... ,. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing

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0 ..... 0 N N Local New Year's Eve Celebration z dy Bar-8Qm and (;rill on tlw isle Tlwn was 11 !-"Uest conwrlinn and of rtfrtsh -C m cnts to welcom e the n e w year (Photos by Julia Jackson) a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c en w ::::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::::> D. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> m I ...J w z i= z w en C a: 0 ...J u.. m I co w Grille owners Ernest and Clara Kennedy, Jr. welcomed guests at the New Year's Eve party. GIFT CERTIFICATE FACE-TO-FACE BEAUTY ADVICE his Certificate Entitles You To A Comlimentary 1 Skhi Care And Glamour Makeover Session And 1 $25.00_ Compliments Of : I URSULA 813-340-5454 oooo THRU 2114/10 I REGGIE Comedian "Akeem" kept the crowd laughing into the new year. 'Happy New Year' from Richard. Follow Us On Twitter.coml FLSETINELB Ms. Diva is full of fun. Waitress with a smile -Dorette. Iran and Audra Allston of Orlando. Xavier and Teresa enjoying the evening. The Andre Lewis Band provided entertainment for the evening.

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Social January Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the fol l owing celebra nts: Sandra Brown-Jackson, Mikal Blowe, Ambria Temple, Jamal Stephens, Tanya Perry, Victoria Thornton, Mercy Johnson, Emma J. Green, Bobbie Johnson, Jenesse Gibson, Chris Alexander, Minnie Sullivan, Chenelle Burgess, Lecretia Faulcon, Shirley McCrary, Louise Blue, Stacy Enzor, Angela Scott, Jordon Hill, Vickie Johnson, Mary Latimore, Emanuel Jones, Jr., Denise Moore, Annie Will Jones, James Daniels, Shannon Minnifield, Mercedes Davis, Carolyn Coleman, Bonnie BrownDukes and Quishena Shante' Turner. Happy birthday to Derrick V. Anderson, who c e le brated his special day on Jan. 191h, with his wife, Kim and daughter, Ariel, along with other family members and friends. Happy birthday to Toni Allen whose natal day is January 22. Happy belated birthday to Gary Brown, I, who cele brated his special day on Jan. '12th. Happy Anniversary Happy 30th anniversary (January 21) to Gary and Jerri Brown. From, Debra, Gary, II, Gary, III and Kelis. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins You never walk alone God is always by your side: Kelly Best, Rudolph Burgess, Charlie Mae Mathis, Lillie C. Bryant -(Community Hospital), Cathy Kirsey, Evelyn Mobley, Deacon Eli Rodgers, Lula Philon, Chester "Gay Papa" Miles, Dr. Fern Moore, Lena Conyers, Clarence and Della Vickers, Archie Mae Wright, Earl Jackson, Lorraine Young, Beatrice Lasing, Henry Sanders, Gloria Henry, Gwendola Small, David and Alberta Shedrick, Willie Mobley, Oletha Lovett, Mozelle DeBose, Sabrina Porter, Charles Guilford, Ida Boykin, Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr., Ben Plair, Sr., Vinnie Williams, Alice McCarty, Marie Benson, Ebony Major, Johnny Lawton, Terrell Wallace and Bonnie Richmond. Prayers a l so go out to: Henry Sanders, Marie B. Benson, Charles Guilford, Willie Mobley, Ben Plair, Sr., Mozella DeBose, Donald White, Isaiah Baity, Sr., Gloria Henry, Bonnie Richmond and Johnny Lawton. Uplifting praye r s for the Simmer and Walker hous e hold as Ms. Tonya Simmer underwent surgery last week Let us pray for a speedy recovery for her. Let us not forget to pray for Mrs. Anna Harris, as she trav eled to Alabama to visit her mother who need s pra yer A Dual Celebration What do Mrs. Sandra Brown-Jackson and First Lady Michelle Obama have in common? Both l a di es share th e same date of birth The 'first lad y' of the Jackson house enjoyed her spec ial da y with her husband Leslie and daughter, Caitlin, along with other family and friends. Sympathy Earth ha s no sor row that heaven c annot heal ... Condolences are sent to: the Andrews, Canty, Curtis and Kearse families in the passing of their loved ones, who will be greatl y missed, namely: Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., M rs. Freddie Jean Canty-Cusseaux, Mr. Michael J. Gardner, Mr. George W. Kearse and Mrs. Rose Marie Allen Hall Canty. Sympath y and prayers for family in the passing of her sister in New York, who was funeralized last week St. James:\. l\1. E. Church News Sunday. Jan. 10'\ St. J a m es A E. Church Rev. Michael B. Price. Sr., Past or. obsernd th e ir anninr sary. The th e!JH' was Root e d In The Past, Growing Int o The The program was as follows : T30 a. m. First Bapti s t Chu rch Of Pro gress \ illagc, Rev. Samuel Maxwell and co ngr ega tion was th e guest c hurch ; 11 a. m -Rev. Raleigh Allen, Past o r and congregation from Mt. Olive AME Church in Beallville FL, was the guest church; and 4 p. m.-Rev. James D. Sykes and congregation from Mt. Zion AME C hur c h Mulberry, FL, was the guest c hurch. The service was well at tended and spirit u ally filled, and followed by dinner. Haiti ReliefMB2K Ministry As a result of the earthquake in Haiti, ther e is a grea t n ee d for clothing toiletri es, dia pers, canned goods (with tab openings) and other items To make a donation and schedule a pick up please call (813) 403-0071. Scripture (1 Corinthians 10:13) Ther e hath no t e mptation taken you but such as is common to man but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tempt e d above that ye are able ; but will with th e temp tation also make a way toes cape, that y e may b e able to bear it." Thought For Today "Fa ilur e is the opportunity to begin again more intelli gently." F.Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his fam ily in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for e v eryone Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. a new helper in the kitchen Shu-Lon's Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. Call your news in to London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! 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Their therapeutic properties allow them to effectively assist in the treatment of everything from blemishes, burns, dry skin, and minor skin rashes. 1. Bergamot oil has a spicy lemon-orange like scent and it is excellent for acne prone skin. Loaded with antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and drying properties bergamot is ideal for spot treatment for existing blemishes and oily skin. Bergamot pure esseptial oil is an ex cellent natural antiseptic and is excellent in skin care products because it instantly starts the healing process. Using the oil in a facial steam bath is effec tive for cleansing and healing the skin The citrus aroma also has a calming affect on the mind and soul. 2. Chamomile oil is strong ly aromatic with a distinct scent of apples. It contains key constitutes that have a sooth ing effect on the skin. It soothes your skin, lessens and eliminates stress thus bring a natural glow, beauty and a youthful appearance back to your skin. Excellent for skin care particular, eczema, wounds, burns and congested or stressed skin. Applied exter nally as a wash or compress for skin inflammations it immediately ]?egill!i_ o soften the skin. The essential oil was found to reduce the time required to heal burns and the herb kills certain bac teria. Chamomile, like lavender is a miracle worker in skin care. 3 Tea Tree oil is an excellent antibacterial treatment making it a valuable acne fighter as well as a natural wound cleaner. Tea tree oil is not just soothing and disinfect ing; it is capable of penetrating into the lower skin layers with its anti-inflammatory and dis infectant qualities. This makes tea tree oil excellent in skin care and personal hygiene. Tea tree oil is fast acting and acts to clear up the skin and calm the injured area. The healing prop erties of this oil make it one of the best essential oils to have in your purse or medicine cabi net. 4 Lavender oil is regarded as the most versatile of oils and is an excellent choice for those new to aromatherapy. It has antibacterial and soothing properties and is excellent as a preventative treatment that effectively stops breakouts while clearing the redneSs often as sociated with acne prone skin. Lavender essential oil is help ful with acne, dennatitis, eczema, sores, spots, and wounds This is one of the few oils that can be used straight on the skin, but use common sense with the use of any es sential oil. i t 5. Clove oil is a very pot ent essential oil that has burning and purifying properties In its pure form it is very irritating and should be blended with a carrier oil (like jojoba oil) be fore being applied to the skin. This soothing oil is one of the best oils for spot treatment of acne. When diluted, clove oil can be applied to the skin to treat newly fanning or existing breakouts because it acts very quickly. Clove oil should never be used full strength except on the advice of a licensed homeo pathic professional. 6. Essential olls are rejuve nating agents in that they facilitate the elimination of .w.aste and dead cells and promote regeneration of new healthy cells. Added to a carrier oils such as jojoba oil or olive oil they will nourish and help the skin retain its natural mois ture. Please Note When you first begin working with essential oils, take care in handling them. When you buy oils, write IWJl es and purchased. Pure essential oils can last from six months to two years Due to the large of plant material required, pure essential oils are expensive, but they are also highly effective only a few drops at a qme are required to achieve the desired aromatherapy results. 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POLKCOUN Condolences Extended Shaw-Nul Talk extends condolences to The Andrews Family, Florida Sentinel Bulletin staff, Lily Security Benefit Association, Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc., and many other relatives and friends, in the passing of their loved one, Cyril Blythe Andrews, Jr. Mr. Andrews passed away on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. What a legacy he leaves with us! He sowed >-positive seeds of life, support icl: and encouragement into the lives of many. His presence u. will be greatly missed. 0 However, the legacy continues through his wife of 54 >-years, Gloria, his children. en-19th Annual Tri-District W Reunion Held What a time! What a time! > -What a reunion time! On ffi January 16th and 17th, 2010, > the Church of God by Faith, Inc. (COGBF) in Winter w Haven, Elder C. A. ::Z:: McKnight, Pastor, was the host site for the 19th Annual ffi Tri-District Reunion. The theme Endeavoring to z Keep Umty. J: The major purpose of this aQnual reunion to bring _,, together, 'in fellowship, the chur<;hes that s erve under the ,;:. : National C0GBF within their W respective districts: Daytona District, Elder Alonzo z:: -Smith, District of Tri-District under the directorship of Sister Rosalyn Jenkins. Happy Anniversary! Shaw-Nul Talk extends wishes for a happy 2nd anniversary to Joseph and Angela Ball, who will celebrate their special day on January 26th. Happy Birthday! Shaw-Nul Talk extends special wishes for a very happy birthday to Sandra Johnson-Worlds and Bishop, both Lakeland ladies who are cele brating another natal day on Jan. 22nd (TODAY)! ShawNu.f Talk also shouts out happy birthday to Lakeland lady Judith Haggins who will celebrate her natal day on Jan. 23rd. May each of you receive all that your hearts desire. Shaw-Nuf Talk also extends wishes for a happy birthday to Linda_ Willis (Jan. 22nd) and her husband, Johnnie Willis (Jan. 26th) of Haines City. It is my prayer that the Lord will continue to bless each of you with many, many more birthdays! Shaw-Ntif Talk extends special birthday wishes to the Grandmother of yours truly, Mrs. Bertha KingJohnson, who will celebrate her 98th birthday on Jan. The Lord h .as truly blessed you. and we thank Him! Much love to you, Mother! W Superintendent; Tampa : WestCoast District; Elder a James E. Williams, III, Shaw-NufShout-Out District Superintendent; and This week's Shaw-Nuf g South Florida District, Elder Shout-Out goes -to u. Herbert Green, Jr., is the R. Earl s,..;wn of \ Superintendent. On December 12, 2009, 1niftfe-p-Kst:: the tttree dm : ,r.M;as-tor.;B;rowii was busy > tricts were one, but the greeting guests and auto-National COGBF decided tographing his new books entidue to the tied, "Help CfB.cJ! I Still area's"growth.. Yearn for-MiJ;t; Earthly ln the opening session on Father's Affection! and A 21 Saturday afternoon, the_ Day Journey of Restoration South Florida District was in and Transformation A charge. On Saturday evening, Daniel Fast for Rain." the Daytona District was in The host-site of this occa-charge of service. sion was the Family Christian The weekend concluded Bookstore in Lakeland. with the Tampa WestCoast District -being in charge of Talk to Shaw-Nuf the Sunday School, and other -Shaw-Nlff Tallc wants to TWCD Teachers and Sunday hear from you! '"'Share your Midday Worship. exciting news and/or photos A special presentation was of your celebrations, special given in honor of a Church of events, birthdays, anniver-God by Faith pioneer, the late saries, weddings, family Elder C. M. Fogle. Closing reunions, etc., with the readm remarks and benediction ership -oftheFlorida Sentmel ... were given by Elder Green. Bulletin and Shaw-Nuf ;; -Songs of Praise were ren-Tallc by sending an e-mail to: Z : the= O>mbbied 'Chm-rs= -caiiiDg {8"63)-513-8437.-lakeland Mavor Swearing In Ceremonv Held Veteran politician Gow Fields captured the majority of the votes for the Office of Mayor of Lakeland during a runoff election. Family members and friends were on hand to witness his-Into Office Ceremony. University of South Florida, where he earned his B. A. degree in Business and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University. A Lakeland native, Fields is President and CEO of Fields & Company, an Allstate Insurance Company. He is a graduate of Kathleen High School and Polk Community College He continued his education at the He will serve a 4-year term at a salary of $23,518 per year. Fields, 46, is married to Kay Fields, Chairwoman of the Polk County School Board and President of Girls Inc., of Lakeland. (Photos by Cynthia Shaw). Ashley C. Troutman, of Fields & Company, and Charlotte Thomas were excited about Lakeland's new Mayor. Brother Muhammed is shown with Sol\li Coney-Willianis her husband, Andrew, at the Swearing In Ceremony. Mavor, CommiSsioner Host Communitv Appreciation _Mayor Gow B. Fielckis shOwn with PbUllp The Lakeland community is Commissioners' campaigns, still abuzz with the news of The event the election of its new Mayor, was }leld at the Colemanafter siXteen years! And the Bush Building in Lakeland. Mayor and Northwest District The InvoCation was rendered Commissioner are apprecia-by Pastor E .. T._Pickett of. tive of their supporters and Word Alive Ministries. their buzzinf! Mayor Fields and On Friday evening, January Commissioner Walker 8, 2010, Mayor Gow Fields thanked God (first and fore-and Commissioner Phillip most) and their supporters Walker together to while sharing some of their show their appreciation to goals and desires for the City those who supported them ofLakeland. --___ after the officW' installatio)l at City-Hall January 4th. An array of t8scy treats of -drummettes, .veggies, Swedish meatballs-, fruits, salads, and much more were enjoyed by celebration guests. A number of cameras were snapping photos as Mayor _Gow and First Lady Kay Fields and Commiutoner Phillip and MrCathy Walker mixed and Jllingled ._,t. wen hers < ..

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For Your Information Reverse Mortgage Fact Q. Will I have any tax liability for the reverse mortgage proceeds? A Currently the Internal Revenue Service treats monies received from a reverse mortgage to be loan advances and not taxable income For your specific situation we recommend that you consult your tax advisor ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 Credit Card Fraud On The Rise Credit card fraud has become so widespread that top antivirus makers had to re design their programs to pro tect their customer's identity Avg's internet security 9.0 now has a built in function for online fraud detection and Avast will soon launch antivirus 5.0 with better protection against theft This year alone a Florida man was charged with pulling off one of the biggest thefts of credit card numbers. The credit card numbers were then sold on the street for as little as $2. 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A large per cent of these cyber cr-ooks are students, hackers, and sophis ticated felons in their mid twenties looking for easy money and defenseless preys A few months ago a local customer informed us she had to stop online banking all to gether after her credit card number was stolen and then used by the crook in the Ba hamas for days without her knowledge Cyber crooks are smart enough to know that a large percentage of con sumers do not check their credit card transactions on a daily bases. Here are some useful tips protect yourself from online credit card fraud. 1. Check out the security/en cryption used by the site you are shopping. 2. Send an e-mail to see if the site has an active e-mail ad dress before you make any purchase. 3. Be extra careful at;>out any special offers especially free promotions. 4. Find out from your credit card issuer what protections they offer in case you are the victim of online fraud. 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NOnCEOFAPPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai TAR PON IV LLC 112n0 !he holder of !he follow1ng certlflcale has filed said certificate for a lax deed to be ISSued the reon The cert1f1ca!e number and year of issuance the description of !he property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : F o liO No.: 077361.0716 Certificate No.: 140364-07 F ile N o.: 2010-112 Year o f Issua n ce : 2007 Description of Property: TROPICAL ACRES UNIT NO 5 LO T 33 BLOCK 7 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 43158 SECTWP RGE : 34-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JESUS ESTEBAN CORTEZ CHRISTINA DEJESUS CORTEZ Sa i d property being In !he County of Hills borough, State of Florida Unless such certl11cate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certl11cate shall be sold to !he highest bidder at the Jury 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fl33602 on the 18th day of February, 2010 at 10 :00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 2ll1b day of December 2009. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRm Deputy Clerk If yc)u are a person with a disability who any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are ll!ntftfed, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tainpa Florida, (813) 2768100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice fmpafnid, call 711. l I Jobs 4 USA/Felons Looking 4 Work & Can't Find Any? 1 ,OOO's Of Mqney Making Jobs & Opportunities Avail able .16-65 Start Today No Experience Felons Welcome For More Information And Location Call (813) 965-7991 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DE TAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ss NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN !hal TAR PON IV LLC 112770 !he holder o f !he follow ing ce rliflcale has filed sa1d certifica t e for a lax deed to be issued !hereon The certifi cate number and year of i ssuance !he de scnplion of !he property and !he names in which il was ass e ssed are as fol lows : Folio N o.: 079306 .0000 Cert ificate N o.: F1l e No.: 2010 -113 Year o f Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: W IMAUMA T OW N OF REV I SED MAP NE Y. OF LO T 3 BLO C K 69 PLAT BOO K/ PAGE : 1/136 SEC-TWP-RGE : 10-3 2-20 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whi ch assessed : EST OF DORETHA WASHINGTON Said property being in the County of Hills borough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be recleemed according to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury AudHorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa Fl 33602 on the 16th day of February 2010, at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (613) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 2ll1b day of December, 2009. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRm 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 con. tact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kenn&dy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 2768100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, calf 711. Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Please Call (813) 3,10-8608 For Details Seeking Dependable Older Lady To Take Care Of Elderly Nights And Weekend Must Have A Car Home: (813) 417-0934 LIC# 6905841 Barbers Needed For Busy, Growing Estab lishment! Supreme Styles BarberShop 8643 N. Nebraska Avenue (813) 443-5741 I \:\DEED NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN !hal TAR PON IV LLC 112770 the holder of tho f ollow ing certifica t e has filed sai d certificate for a tax deed t o be issued t hereon The certifi cate numbe< and year o f Issuance the de scription of the property and the names i n which was assessed are as fol lows : Folio N o.: 076968 .0010 Certificate No : File No.: 2010-114HX Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: RODNEY J O HNS ON'S RIVERVIEW HIGH LA NDS UNIT 2 W 5 0 FT O F LOT 2 AND All OF LO T 1 0 BLOCK 22 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 24/30 SEC TWP-RGE : 2 8-30 -20 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: DARYL SMITH Said property be i ng in !he County of Hills borough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described In such ceitiflcate shall be sold to !he 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 sale location) Dated this 2ll1b day of Pecember, 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, 801 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 2788100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, caff111 Experienced Daycare Pro fessional Wanted Apply At: Kidz Cove Learning Center 208 West Frances Tampa, Florida Call (813) 314-9600 End Zone Barber & Unisex Shop Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylist With Clientele Brayon Jones (Owner) (813) 523-2660 (813) Email Your Ad To: ledwards@flsentinel.com NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ha l TARPON IV LLC 112770 t ho holder of !he following ce rt1ficate h as filed said ce rt ifica t e fD< a tax deed t o be Issued thereon The ce rtiPcale n umbe r and yea r of Issuance the de scription of !h e property, a n d t he n ames In wh i ch 1 1 w as assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 076493 .0100 C e rt ifica t e No : F i l e No : 2010-115 Year of I ssua n ce : 2007 Description of Property: T RACT BEG 150FT E AND 6 7 1 2 0 FT N OF SW COR OF NW Y. AND RUN N 696 .96 FT E 250 FT S 696 .96 FT AND W 250 FT TO POB SECTWP-RGE: 20-30-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : JEFFREY DAVID HILL Said property being In the County of H i lls borough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fl33802 on the 18th day of February 2010 at 10 :00 A M (NO TICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sala location) Dated this 2ll1b day of Ptcamber 2009. PAT FRANK Clark of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRm Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation fh 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, calf 711. East Tampa Business And Civic Association 2208 East 22nd Avenue Move Into Your New Home f For The Holidays 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Single Car Garage Up To $60,000.00 AYailable In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248-3977 NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thlll TARPON IV LLC 12770 t ho holdor of tho f ol lowing cortlfica t o h as nlod sold c ortlflcn tll for o lax dood t o be issued l horoon The certifi ca t e n u m ber ond year o f ssunnco tho do scnpllon o f tho property ond tho n omos in w hich II was assessed oro as foll ows : Folio N o.: 077688.0100 Cort lflca t e N o.: File No.: 2010 -118 Y ea r of I ss u a n ce : 2007 Description of Property: TRACT BEG 10 3 2 8 2 FT S OF NW COR OF NE Y. OF NE Y. RUN E 500 FT S 01 DEG 17 MIN 35 SEC E 804 86 FT THN ALONG CURVE 487 .88 FT CH BRG 5 78 bEG 17 MIN 48 SEC W 490 .58 FT THN W 20 FT AND N TO POB SEC-TWP-RGE : 11-3120 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which aneased: EST OF EDWARD A. WELCH EST OF EDWARD GOSSETT Said property being In tho County of Hills borough, Stele of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed acoordlng to law, the property described In such certl11cate shall be sold to the highest bidder at ihe Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 600 East Twiggs Street Tampa Fl33802 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 2ll1b day of Ptctmber. 2001. PAT FRANK Clark of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRm Deputy Clark If you are a pareon with a dl11bflity who needs any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provfalon of certain i. .. lstance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 278 8100 extension 4205 ; two working days prior to the data the 11rvlca Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. HUD Hom.,sl V ""' '"'!?:: ,,. ":1 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199.00/Monthlyl 4 Bedroom Only $215.00/Monthlyl 5% Down 15 Years @ 8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext5490 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD l OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD

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NO TICE OF APPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TAR PON IV U.C n770 the hol lotlowing ct>d said ct>0<'8on The ct>d are as follows foliO N o 077426 71!16 Ce111ficato No F1l0 N O 2010-121 Yo" o f Issuan ce 2007 Description of Property: TROPICAL A C RES SOUTH UNIT N O 4 LOT 11 BLO C K 28 PLAT BOOK/PAGE 46/52 SEC-TWP-RGE : 02 -31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( s) I n wnlch assessed : MARCESID CARRERA Said property being I n the County of Hill s borough State of Florida Un less such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described I n such certificate shall be sold to the h ig h est bidder at the Jury Audltonum 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 (NOT1CE: P lease call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) D a ted thi s zatll day of Dtctmbtr, 2011i. PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florlds By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlasblllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the pro vision of ctrtiiln assistance. Plasse con tact the Clerk's ADA Coordlnstor, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florlds, (813) 2788100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hesrlng or voles lm paired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that TAR PON IV LLC #12770 the holder of the follow Ing certificate hes filed said certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certifi cate number and year of Issuance, the de scription of the property and the names In which It was assessed are as follows : Folio No. : 077428.7188 Certificate No.: File No.: 2010 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: TROPICAL ACRES SOUTH UNIT NO.4 LOT 19 BLOCK 27 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 48/52 SECTWP-RGE : 02 31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In wnlch asSessed : LAND TRUST SVC CORP TTEE Said property being In the County of Hills-borough, State 'ofFior1da : '"' Unless such certificate tlhair bTe" rildeemed according to law the property deacrtbed In such certificate shall be sold to the hlg!Y est 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 td verify sale location) Dated this 2ltb. day of DecembM, 2Q09, PAT FRANK Clertt of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRm -Deputy Cler11 :::c 0 ')> z c: )> :::c -< N 0 .... 0 r 0 :2 en m z m r;-m c: r r z ., c: m c en ::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c "T1 :xJ 6 If you are a person with disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled; at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please con-tact the Clerk"s ADA Coordinator, 801 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days "' prior to the date the service Is m needed; If you are hearing or voice lm _. paired, call711. ";" -I

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OF S E C 36 THN N 89 DEG 45 MIN 00 SEC W 1003 75 FT TO S E COR OF SW %OF SW % THN W 1326.42 FT TO SW COR OF S E C 36 AND POB SECTWP -RGE : SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whic h assessed : MOSAIC FERTILIZER LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unle ss such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the pro perty described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twi ggs Stre e t Tampa, FL 33602 on the 18th day of February 2010 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale lo cation) Dated this Zh day of oecember 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 partlclpete In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Cllll'k'a 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. .EG.\L '\OTICE NOTICE TO PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority hereby requests, pur suant to the Consultants Competitive Negotiation Act, Florida Statutes 287 055, letters of interest from architectural/engineering firms or individuals desiring to render professional services for the following project: AIRSIDE F INTERIOR FINISHES REFURBISHMENTS AND RELATED WORK and LANDSIDE SHUTTLE LOBBY MODIFICATIONS FOR AIRSIDES A AND F TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT HCAA PROJECT NOS. 5570 10 & 5420 10 This project includes the refurbishment of interior finishes on Airside F the removal of the ramp at Gate 76 and new construction in the existing ramp area, demolition and con struction of restrooms in the Federal Inspection Services area, as well as the modification of the main terminal departure level shuttle lobby ceilings for Airsides A aQd F. Significant Dates: Letters of interest due : By 5 :00 p.m on February 5 2010 RFP posted on web site: After 12 :00 noon on February 11, 2010 Mandatory pre-proposal conference : At 2 : 00p.m. on February 18, 2010 Mandatory site visit At 10: 00 a .m. on February 22, 2010 Proposals Due : By 5 :00p.m. on March 3 2010 For additional information on submitting letters of interest, loca tion of meeting and other project details, go to the Authority website at www tampaairport.com; Quick Links, Airport Business, Notice of Solicitation. w Follow Us On Twitter.com L ENTINELB -T\X llEEilS NOTICE OF APPUCATlON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tne cate number and year of rs.suance. the de scn p!K>n of the property and the names on whdl 1 t was assessecate has fileOn ol tne property, ana the names whiCh ' was assessod ae as fOIO..-s FoliO N o 092886 2000 Cert1f>ca1 e No 143058-07 Fole No 2010 130 Year of Issuan ce 2007 Description of Property : W 168FT OF NE SW OF NE SECTWP-RGE 26-29-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed MICHAEL D SMITH Said property being in the County of Hills borough Stale o f Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described In such ce rtificat e shall be sold lo the high est bidder a t lhe Jury Audllorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Court h ouse 800 East Twiggs Street. Tampa FL 33602 on the 18th day o f February 2010, at 10 :00A. M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 lo verify sale location) Dated this Zh d ay 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, (813) 2VI8100 extension 4205 two working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 5 Bedrooms/3 Baths Bank Foreclosure! $32 900! Only $405.00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years At 8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext H489 1708 East ldell Street 412 4803 South 88th Street 3/1 1317 Warrington Way 3/1 1704 E. Cayuga 4/2 Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LA VORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT NOTICEOFAPPLJCATlON FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that TARPON IV LLC 12770 the hoklor of t he to nowong cert llk:ate has 1\10<1 said r-ertflcat> fol a 11" deed to be lt.sued the r e o n The certl1\cato numoor and yoar of assuance. the clescnptlOil of the property lind the names n whiCh n was assossod aro ns fOllows FoliO N o 079578 0100 C>"flcate No 141088-0 7 F1lo No 2 010 131HX Year o f Issuance 2 007 Deacriplion of Property : COMM AT NW COR OF SW:;. OF N E THN E ALONG N BDRY OF SW '1. OF NE % 134.83 FT THN S 18 DEG 21 MIN 39 SEC W 31.61 FT TO APT ON S RIW BDRY OF RUTH MORRIS RD THN E 189 03 FT TO POB THN CONT E 30. 00 FT THN S 00 DEG 19 MIN 14 SEC E 628 .38 FT THN N 89 DEG 58 MIN 46 SEC W 431.11 FT THN N 18 DEG 21 MIN 39 SEC E 335 .28 FT THN E 293 .71 FT THN N 00 D EG 19 MIN 14SECW310FTTOPOB SEC-TWP RGE : 1 9-32 -20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e(s) In which assessed : CHAD CARVER Said property oolng In the County of Hills borough State of Florida Unless such certificate s h all be redllt!mod according to law tho property described In suc h certificate s h a ll be sold to tho highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd F loor, George E Edgecomb Co urthouse, 800 Eas t Twiggs Street, T a mpa FL 336 0 2 on tho 18th day of February 2010, at 10 : 00 A M (NO TICE : Pl ease call (813) 278-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this Z! day of oacambtr. 20011. PAT FRANK Clark of Circuit Court of Hlllaborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlublllty who needs any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the pro vlalon of certain aaalatance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 801 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 2788100 extanslon 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Homes 40th Street & Busch Blvd. ; 50TH Street & MLK Blvd . Working Adults Preferred CHA, WDH Call Owner (813) 679-5482 Temple Terrace Area Condominium 5126 Tennis Court Circle 3 Bedroom/2% Bath Refrigerator, Range Washer/Dryer Hook-up $950 00/Monthly Plus $800.00/Deposit Se
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INVITATION TO BID Compet i tive sealed b1ds w1ll be rece1ved by the Southwest Florida Water Management D i stn ct. Br ooksville Flor i da and pub licl y opened at the specified time for : RFB 1008-BROOKSVILLE BUILDING NO 4 FIRE PUMP EMERGENCY GENERATOR OPENS FEBRUARY 18, 2010 @ 2 :30 P M MANDATORY PRE BID CONFERENCE; FEBRUARY 3, 2010@ 10 : 00 A.M (SHARP) AT THE BROOKSVILLE SERVICE OF FICE, CONFERENCE ROOM "A", BLDG 4 ROOM 112A, 2379 BROAD STREET, BROOKSVILLE, FL 34604. BIDDERS ARRIVING OR FAILING TO HAVE REPRESENTATION MAY NOT SUBMIT A BID. A MANDATORY SITE TOUR WILL BE CONDUCTED IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE MANDATORY PRE-BID MEETING. Bid Specifications may be obtained from the District's Internet website at hHp: /lwww watennatters org/p r oc ur e ment Or from the Purchasing Office South west Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street Brooksville FL 34604 6899, or by calling 352 -7 96-7211 ex tension 4133, or 1-800-423-1476 (Florida only) or TOO ONLY 1 800231-6103 (in Florida) The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals re ceived with or without cause Malcolm K. 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