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Celebrating 65 rear In The Tatnpa Bay A.r a l L' 2010 -< ones ISSIR IRCI r1 SEE STORY ON PAGE 3A JUOG_ E 'S __ INVESTITURE HAS A HINT OF HISTORY With February being Black History Month, the Investiture of Federal Judge Charlene Honeywell on last Friday, January 29, 2010 at the Tampa Theatre, has a hint of history. The Judge was nominated by an African American President, Barack Obama and after being con firmed, her commission was signed by an African American Attorney General, Eric Holder. Joining Judge Honeywell during this historic moment were members of her family: left to right, son, Brenton; daughter, Brianna; her mother, Mrs. Lucille Scruggs; Judge Honeywell; and her husband, Major Gerald Honeywell. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre) EEOC-Ruling Favors Ex-Police MaJor SEE PAGE 3-A FHA Provides Relief For Homeowners SEE PAGE 4-A Greco Instructor Is Educator Of Year SEE PAGE 2-A Radio Show Con1es To End SEE PAGE 2-A

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0 c; Features It) > a: < :l a: m w LL. Greco Instructor Is Educator Yaar---Jalia B. Wilds ShOWTO Leave The Air c a: LL. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer In a ceremony last week, Greco Middle School instruc tor, Karen Willis-Barrett was honored as the 2010 Ida S Baker Diversity Educator Of The Year Willis-Barrett has been an instruct6t' fdr d yea'rs', 1and says she h ruf a true passion for workingwith children. Willis-Barrett said she s honored and humbled by the recognition. ''I've always thought of my self as a comJOunity person. My philosophy is, we believe in the children and get them to believe in themselves, magic happens. KAREN Wll.LIS-BARRE'IT rated. Outside of the classroom, Willis-Barrett founded "It started out as a group home for teenage girls in 1999, but due tb a lack of financial support we couldn't keep it c a: LL. Molding Outcomes Incorpo-0--------------------------------------------z < c en w :l >a: w > J.l.l. fa :I: en :J m :l a. z NEW LOCATION!!! Hair & Nail Academy Become A Licensed Barber, Cosmetologist Nail Technician Or Skin Now Accepting Enrollment For Braiding Classes Braiding Certification Braiding Technique Class Call To Set U A Class! a: THE OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF BIRTHDAYs: 0 ...J LL. Have You Been Touched By Cancer? Come find out how to participate in the fight against cancer in the East Tampa community! Tuesday, February 9 at 6 pm ..... 1103 N 22nd Street Hwy 60 & 22nd near Ybor The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of East Tampa & our honorary chairs, Mr. & Mrs. Lesley "Les" Miller, Jr. Invite you and a guest to attend our 2010 Kick Off Party. Kindly RSVP to 813.319.5921 Thank you to our ZOlO Sponsor: N w (,!) F'r tnt" W\vw.relayforlife.orgjeasttainpafl going. "1\: e also put o n co mmunity leadership s ummit s at the U ni versity of South Florida. and sponsored community pirnics with my Willis-Barrett said s h e's starting a Civil Air Patrol squadron at Greco. I got the idea becau se my son wanted lo b.e a pilot and we did researcl ( on the Civil Air PatroL After on e of th. eir squadrbns, I was sold." The mother of three said bal ancing family, her work as an audience coordinator for Mo-towii Maurice, conduct4lg mentorihg programs, ing college bOard co"me. rences, and developing ways to better connect communities, schools, and families for dropout pre vention. always keeps her busy. "When you re doing some thing you really love you al ways see m to run out of time But wher fifs ou.t:childi:eh and their futur e on the line t'll do whatever I have to do to h e lp them achieve and believe." As of thi s Saturday. th e Jetie B. Wilds Radio $hQw br oa d cas t on WfMP nsoAM Will no long e r b e brb'ad6:1st . t o h e w as contacted two weeks ago b y & managing partn e r Of th e sta tion who liveS in Texas . I got a around ndon and shetold me the y ' were cutting the show back an hour. I told hei: 1 hour wasn t long enough for my show s format. I currently broadcast from 9 {l.m . to u a.m., and they want to cut it to 9 to 10 or 10 to 11." Wilc;J.s said he told he's been in contact with Attorney Delano Stewart to see if he will take over the show in the hour format. "I haven t had the opportu nity to act ually sit down with Attorney Stewart to see if h e's interested, but I h ave n o pla n s of b eirig on the a ir this Saturday in th e h o ur format. JETIE B. WILDS Wilds said in hi s conversa tion with the partner, was no r easo n given as to why they w e r e cutting his s how b ack. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsetinel.cont. Empowering Parents To Help Our Child(ren) Succeed According to the author of the article entitled "Involving Parents to Impact Student Achievement," it is cited that, "The more families support their children's learning and education progress, the more their children tend to do well in school and continue their education." (Henderson & Mapp, 2002, p. 30). "Parents are critical partners in the educational process," Carolyn Hill, Principal at Just Elementary Upcoming Events in Hillsborough County Schools Feb. 1 Report Cards Distributed (Elementary) Feb. 3 Early Release Day Feb. 5 -Students' Fair Day (Western Hillsborough County) Feb. 9 Report Cards Distributed (Secondary) Feb. 9 -FCAT Writing (Grades 4, 8 1 0) Feb. 17 Early Release Day P l ease contact individual schools concerning their Saturday School Program learning Tips Create & Write Stories Read Daily For 20 Minutes Ask Questions When You Read Review Your School Day W/Parent Do Your Best Everyday CIDLDREN'S CORNER n: all tot, .:btive done. +or :Yle wb ( Je I was in 3()J :Jcade and ito -feil Yo4 J. love Y.'Jt/ S"o M ;-1c h : r:; v-vho+ Y?u do nt: \, k e w hea I :bc61< Written by: IDchael B., 3rd Hrade

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Features JJ a -Bodv Identified As issing Tampa an m [lJ JJ c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday evening, the Plant City Police Department re ponded to a report of possible human remains after children discovered them. The body, which was found in a wooded area on E. Alsobrook Street, was transported to the Hillsborough Coun-ty Sheriff's Office t o determine identification thro u g h a f o r e n s i c in vestiga tion. The body has been po s i tive l y id entifie d thro u g h d e nt a l r eco rd s as that of 2 0 -year-old Ryan Darkins Davis. Davis wa s r e p o rt e d as a mi ss in g and e nd a n ge r e d -person t o th e Tampa P olice D epartment l a s t April by his m o th e r Ms. Robin Harris. During a t e l ephone inte rwith the S e ntin e l Ms. Harris said, "The bones found out in Plant C i ty w e r e m y 'son's. M y son a lways 'canie h o m e, and if that i s the n at l east it's clo-' ' I n ure D 'avis wa s last see n l eav-ing his m othe r home on Sunday, April 5th. in the company of 21-ycar-old Carl G. Walters. He told himother he had an appointment the next day and was going t o spend the night \\ith Walters. Two day s later on April 7th, shortly_ 5 p.m., a passerby discovered the b ody of an unidentified African America n male in a wooded area n .ear Stanley Road and Coo p e r Road. Til e m a n had n o id e ntifi ca ti o n and polic e h i s b o dy had be e n at th e location b e t\, ee n 24 and 36 h ours. H e was Cad. G . Walters ........ . . Arte r h ea r inJ? ? f ... cJe .a,tj1.J, ... 1\'!s. Ha.rriii, r eporte d Davis ... : . aJwJ;lle a t 1810 E. Humphrey with hi s o ld e r brothe r 29-year-old During. the irulestigation, p 6 .<)l)'se ive d une x ,pl ai ned cuts on Cullins' fingers, a bite mark o n his buttocks, and a bite EEOC Rules C .itv Not_ In Compliailte!wnh Civil ... BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, EEOC, reached a decision in a discrimination case filed against the Tampa Police Department. The complaint was filed by then Major Carl Davis whose position was abolished b y then Chief Stephen Hogue. Davis filed the complaint after his position was abolished aJthough he was the senior ranking major the department three years ago . Davis' legal representative, Attorney Roderick Ford "The EEOC has renCleted a preliminary decision that-the City of Tampa is not in compliance with Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Whill'! it is not a final determination, we feel confident that the facts will show discrimination and we are hopeful that we can reach a negotiated settlement." Attorney Ford said confidentiality prohibited him from discussing the case in great detail. Title 7 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides remedies for back pay, front pay, and all employment benefits CARL DAVIS Former Major with the Tampa Police Department that w o Uld have accruetl. 'It' additi _Q:_nall y provides for inju. n ctive relief and Affirmative Action. ........Attorney Ford said -he wo.uld.enter:-into,n,egQ.tia _tions iih: a. M wnatever r e 'solutton tal z a "T1 ::c c Call Michelle B. Patty Local: Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available A Day /7 Days A Week ::-;7. --:..; __ -:;:--.: r ff

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('.1 1/) > a: < ::::> a: m w LL East Tampa Group To Address Critical Issues BY LEON B. CREWS entinel StaffWriter On Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2010, C the East Tampa Community a: Revitalization Partne rship LL will meet at 6:30 p.m. at the .. Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Ave. Partnership Chairperson, Evangeline Be t aid there will be se era! critical issues discussed at the mee ting and it's vital the cornmu-nih attends. -we're going to a.gain allow the peopl to r view the purpo e of the tanding committee and gi thei r input. We need the feedback and to com up with n w America 'Tiusts 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3.7.41 c a: LJ.. c z < > < c (/) w ::::> t OPEN 24 HOURS Pharmacy (813) We Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans lHMO -PPO -POSJ & CIGNA idea \\ e \\ i ll ompil th information with th ity taff and how it fit into th trat i Pl a n f r Ea t Tampa." Be t aid p opl a l o want mor inf rmation n community p o l ici n g. ngoing criminal acti, ity in their n eighborhood. and 1mprove d s tree t li ghting "The East Tamp R cycling Project i s a l o something that needs to b e increased A iepre e nta'fi ve from the City of:fampa' Solid Qeparb11 ent will. b e there to address r cycl in g and it s importance. I want to make sure the C it\ ':; !1.:1 & present at all o f our meetin gs to aclct.ress :;pecjficJssucs:.:rn ct rcsp o n ( T to tli c j1i:C1'i1li' ;is -I (l EVANGEI.INE BEST ETCRP CHAIRPERSON t what thev can o r l'annohlo. FHA To Provide Earlv Relief To Struggling Homeowners WASIIINCTON (JunlL'-lion tool s to ass i s t FilA IJm -owncrs with FilA-insure d rowe rs avoid fonclosurl' to mmtgage loans who arc cx p c-include those facing "immiri e ncingfin ancial hardshir n e nl default" as defined i>v are nc'>w e li g ible for loss miti-the Secretary. FilA tod;1y is -gation assistance b e for e they sued guidance to FIIA -apfall b ehind on their mortgage . proved loan service rs on how payments. Previva:s ly, these : .. to assist these FHA hoFww-0: w > w H1N1 Flu Va&cinations Available homeowne r s were not e ligibl e e rs. c w J: (/) -1 m ::::> a.. z i= w -1 -1 ::::> m -1 w z 1-z w (/) a: 0 -1 LL Come Celebrate Black Historv Month With Walureens 2/$10 Phvrhills Pack ngWater 2/$9.00 Gallon Milk $3.39 Loaf .. A Wonder d'-?-iG .. Bread -$19 I Nabisco Single Serve Cookies Reg.$1.99 2/$3 __ Tuf J 8 PK. Paper #'t Towels $5.00 for such assistance until after Effective immediately, tlw they had missed payments. loss mitigation options of for -The H elping Families Save bearance and FHA s I lome Their Home Act of 2009 Affordable Modification Pro-signed into law by President gram (FI -lA-HAM P) may h e Obama expanded FI-lA's au-used to assist borrowers fac -thority to use it s loss mitiga-ing imminent d e fault. ''CALL RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS 1965 Celebrating 45 Years File Your 1040 Or 1 040A Tax Return For Only $45.00* 2010 More Than A 35% Savings Off The Regular Fee . *!fvou qualify to use other(onm, s chedules and/or la x credit worhh eets with your 1040 or J040A in order to maximi ze your refund, additional fees w ill IF YOU ARE SELF EMPLOYED, YOU ALSO QUALIFY FOR A TOTAL DISCOUNT OF $180.00 OFF YOUR ACCOUNTING SERVICES MONTHLY FEES. CONTACT US FOR DETAILS WE SPECIALIZE IN FULL PAYROLL SERVICES WITH OR WITHOUT ACCOUNTING SERVICE.

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FLORIDA SENTINEt. BUtLCTTN -:: .: :.:. -2207 21st A v enue, Tampa Ronda 33E!05--Pub lished E very T uesday and Frlday By FLORIDA SEHTIHEL BUUETIH PUBUSHING Co., Member of NatJonaJ Newspaper Pubbshers Assooanon (NNPA ) and Amalgamated P utlfishers Inc .. New Y()(l(. 1 990 94 CP POSTMASTER: Change lg: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Boll 3363 Tempa. Fl 33e01 Periodlcal Postage ............. .. 1874-1931 ( 1919) C Bly1he Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Bly1he Andr-s, Jr. 19-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44 ()()-6 Months Both Editions: $87.DO-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages ollhis newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do no1 necesaarily reflect the edlorial stance ol The Florida SenUnel Bulletin or the Publisher President Obama And Mavor Iorio: Kiss, Bow Or Shake Handsil K iss, Bow or Shake Hands is the name of an international courtesy textbook written by Morrison, Conaway and Borden. Subtitled, How To Do Business in 60 Countries, the book advises American businesspersons on how to do business overseas, without causing international incidents. Its importance is historical if not biblical. Before the advent of cultural diversity and training, many an ill-equipped American corporations lost billions of dollars in contracts with foreign countries simply because people didn't know what to say or what not to say. Many companies continue not to know. But companies are not the only entities in need of training. In light of what recently occurred between President Barack Obama and Mayor Pam Iorio, here in Tampa, it seems politicians and the media could benefit from reading Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands, too. -rnther that or maybe, somebody'tieeds iltil:l'sto\) being so sensitive. It all started when President Obama met Mayor Iorio at MacDill AFB, and was photographed seeming to bend over while shaking Mayor Iorio's hand. Pres. Obama's. fl<:tions touched off a minor fire-storm. Like hurricane, his asfau.x-pas raced around the world. One blog called him a "l)uffoon." Another blog accused him of "grovelling." Well, let us take this opportunity to accuse the Pesident's critics of "grousing, at best and "grasping a t straws, at worst. Sources say Obama leaned forwmd in an effort to better hear a comment made by our maym, during a particularly boisterous moment at the base, nothing more. However, Paparazzi and conservative Republicans beg to differ. "Once again, our president shows weakness," they squeal. And the rest of the world looks, listens and snickers. Perhaps, it is neither Pres. Obama nor Mayor Iorio who needs to read the book on diversity. By the way, they also need to read Thaler and Koval's book, entitled, The Power of Nice! I Black Historv Month Once j\gain I When history is settled and historians gather around cups of tea to decide some of the greatest accomplishments during the twentieth century, these two items will no doubt, be nigh on their list. The man formerly known as Ron Maulana Karenga --creator of K\vanza, a Black American-oriented globa) celebration, will 'finally be hailed. Alongside Karetiga .Wili. certainly be the name of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the man who is hailed as the father-founder of Black History Month and the tradition of Black historical consciousness. In 1926, when Dr. Woodson and his colleague, Dr. Charles Wesley introduced the idea of what they called Negro History Week, the world was still sleepy about the idea of AfricanAmerican or African historical consciousness. Many Americans and especially many Black Americans during the early 20th century wanted little to do with anything that had to do with what was considered the backward, jungle-realm of Africa or the slave-legacy of African Americans. However, thanks to the tireless efforts ofWoodson, Wesley and others, such negative attitudes would change. The mid-1960s and entire 1970s proved an explosion of Black consciousness, worldwide. Then the flame died down. Now here we are, in the 21st century. Fe_!>ruary, dedicated as Black History Month, has come once A few years ago, a group of Blacks got together and petitioned begged, argued and persuaded theHillsborough County School Board to reestablish Howard W. Blake and George S. Middleton as senior high schools. When the School Board agreed to do so, the Black community and the alum of both schools celebrated. Man, were we happy and ex cited. First it was Blake and then it was Middleton. We got back the names, the school colors, the school mas cots, and we got them built in Black communities just blocks away from the old schools that had been turned into Middle Schools. Both schools had their old school songs returned. For a while, all was welL The old Blake High and Middleton spirit was back Former teachers and students gathered around the schools and offered their support. But as time went on, a sad realization began to set in. That reaiization was that things were not the same. The schools were Blake and Mid dleton in name only. The two schools were not the Blake and Middleton of old and would never be again. To many of us this was a sad and tough thing to admit and ac cept that Blake and Middleton had become nothing special, but rather just two high schools among the list of high schools in the county. These schools are no longer community schools, they are no longer rallying points for the Black community, and they are no longer predominantly The Death Shakespeare .. T he poem begins "When my love swears that she is made of truth, I do believe her, though I know she lies. That she might think me some untutored youth, Unlearned in the world's false subtleties. Thus vainly thinking that she thinks me young, Although she knows my days are past the best. .Simply -I credit her falsespeaking tongue. On both sides, thus, is simple trulh sup" pressed. But says she not sheis unjust? And wherefore, say not.I that I am old? oh; love's is in seeming trust. And age in love, loves not to have years told. Therefore, I lie with her, and she [lies] with me. And in .our faults by lies we flattered be!" It is entitled, "Sonnet 138." Shakespeare wrote it.. .not Abraham Shakespeare, but the other fellow ... William Shakespeare. However, ifhe could have written at all, Abraham Shakespeare could have written that sonnet, surely enough! Who is this other Shakespeare .. .Abraham Shakespeare? The entire world is talking about him. This func tionally illiterate African American man with the surname of one of the greatest, most literary men ever to live on earth, had the fortune to win a $31 million dollar Lottery prize, then tossed it and him to the wolves of a world who knew exactly where Abraham Shakespeare lived, and who knew exactly how Abraham Shake-speare thought. No doubt, books shall be written about Abraham Shakespeare. How in God's name or in modern-culture, could he ever have existed, in the United States of America? Barely able to read and write in a society famous for its democ racy and public education, what fluke of state or nature left Abraham Shakespeare outside of America, looking in? Yes, biographers shall come to dig up the dirt of Abraham Shakespeare's life and even his grave. They shall ask all manner of questions, attempting to understand this modem-day .John Henry. Abraham Shakespeare: born somewhere to somebody . Black chools Am I advocating tha t these m two s hools be resegregated? No! B y no means am I in any c: way advocating that. I am just )lo facing a fact. There are so many Blacks .!"' who have no )listory with the two schools apd therefore the schools are just two high 0 schools Yes, there nre so m e who still hold th ese schools so dear. But these people constitute a very small minority. The rivalry that once existed betweep the two is just about aead. Th8.j is very obvi ous by the many seats at any sporting event between the two schools. There was a time when a'ny event between the schools was highly competitive and well attended. I am proud that Blake and Middleton exist among our high school community. I am just as proud that these two schools exist in predominantly b Black neighborhoods. But, that :!! doesn't change the fact that C these schools are not the same. )lo C/) They are new buildings in new locations, with n e w teacher and student make-ups. That old Blake High-and that old Middleton High-spirit is gone forever m z m r;m c: r r m :j z "'0 c: . much Hke blues singer AI-m bert King's saga, 1: "Bam on a had sign! I wus down be}(JTe lleamed how to m crawl! If it 'tj()l' hod luck,._ C I wouldn't haue nn luck ut ullfr'' -<: Then two incr edible-yet improbable things lwpp ene d Abraham Shakespemc won th e Lot l e r y and 111et white -s kinned blonde-haire d Dorice Donegan "DecDcc" Moore! It was luck made up m :::0 -< -i c: m U> 0 ,. z 0 in Heaven and a concoction stamped in Hell! Eleven mil lion dollars fell into Shake-'TI :::0 speare's lap like popcorn out of a Cracker .Jack's box. And DeeDee Moore fell into Shakespeare's lap, right along with it! Indeed, it is true that money and infatuation is a union that can't be broken. Ask Bill Withers when he sings, "My brother ... sat me right down and he talked to me! He kept trying to tell me, that I should n't let you just walk on me .. .But I said, Brother if you only know, you'd wish that you were in my shoes .. You just keep on using me ... until you use me up!" And DeeDee did just that! 0 So Shakespeare concludes (that's William Shakespeare), "I lie with her, and she [lies] with me, And in our faults by lies we flattered be!" And we understand in our guts what Shakespeare means. But we also understand something else. Abraham Shake-speare, if be could write, Ci) could very well have written m the same thing! t

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BY: CLARENCE BARR II As A chil9-.,t thinking of sla very aS a ble ss ing in in my mis construed, 11neducated and brainwashed way of think-: ing, Africa was a primitive, dismal place of extreme de spair. And even though I was aware that slavery was a bad thing, I believed that white people did Africans a favor by bringing them over here. This was my misunder:standing. Based on my lim ited knowledge, my thoughts were influenced by what I learned through my expo sure to American culture and what I was taught in schooL All I ki:iew at the time was that I was Black. My great great-great grandparents were slaves. And their great grandparents came from a place where they ran around naked and threw spears It was only after I turned eleven di d J ];i.W to stand the of in dividuals like Martin Luther King Jr., Harriet Tubman and Malcolm X. But even though I knew that these were great people who did extraordinary things, the fact remained in my mind that in the beginning there was only a cotton field. And Adoption as far as I was cortcemed; that was our .. Of course, thirty years ago Sitte.e;,then' my life's::.joume y : .;and . re_. search ha& .. spective and is 180 degrees to what I thought I knew as a youth. ., .. While J'm i11any. more individuals from my generation have also c ome into along thEtwa)l; i t.n ev e r:'OO'aS'es to iittte>flas changed when it comes to the perception people have of Black Histot}i .. ,.;;;,;. Even able inform atiOn :'doc ument:" ing our story prior to the Trans-Atlantic Slav.e Africans perfectly content to fc:cus on our legacy on these North American shores. As if our contribution s .. t o '' l'K e:warld didn t begin until our bondage. Absent from most Black History programs are names like Kafra,: .. Doser and Namer. These were African kings of ancient Kemet (Egypt). Black men who orchestrated the mas sive construction of cities, Civil/ Personallnjury r Guardianship Probate Social Security Wills Call Us. We Can Help F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N Armen i a Avenue Tampa F L 33609 The hiring o f a lM l the tJni +etsitY of 1 spent ff1y ears with Corrections S y stem turning to Florida. .. ,1 .,.,"11' A native of Tarpon springs ,:' Singletary joined the Florida Department of Corrections in 1979 and was appointea-fo .. head that agency in 1991 by Gov. Lawton Chiles . . ..... ......, In recent years, he an alternative school in:IE;'!; hassee for struggling i.i'iiE cents. Funeral services n a m on Saturda y hasse e at Timberland of Chri s t. Culle y' s Meaaow Wood F uneral Home charge of handling arrange .. ments. --:-- ..

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Local NCNW Meeting The Tampa Sec tion of th e National Council of Women \'ill h o ld its monthly meeting Saturday, Feb. 6th, beginning at 10 a. m. The meeting will be held at the Lee Davis NSC, N. 22nd St. and E 26th Ave. A report from the Life Memb e rship Committee will be given on their recently held luncheon. Final plans will also be made for Unity Day, scheduled in April. All committee reports are to be submitted in written form. Members are encouraged to be present and on time. Visitors are ..yelcome Electa Davis, President; Gloria W. Davis, Publicity Chair. Black Diamond Award Ceremonv The Mt. Pleasant StandardBased Middle School family will h ost th e 3rd Annual Black Dia mon d Awards Ceremony on Sat urday, Feb 6, 2010 a t 5:30 p. m. The event will be h e ld in the Don Thompson Performing Arts Center on the campus of Howard W. Bla ke High School, Main St. and North Boulevard. Tickets are available ---4"tnc even t honors African A mericans in Hillsborough County who made outstanding contributions in the community in 2009. The award recipients on in 12 categories b y ii'lrerested citizens residing in Hillsborough County. In case you missed last year, don' t miss it this year! Hvde Parkers DavMeeunu All past and present residents of Hyde Park are asked to meet Monday, Feb. 8th 7 P. M. at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church (Oregon Ave. and Fig St.) The discussion will be on the final plan for our Hyde Parkers Day Program on March 21, 2010 at 3 P. M. at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church. For more information, contact 813 985-5861. I TODAY 11 2207 E. 21st Ave. : Tampa, FL 33602 1 Or Call : (813) 248-1921 I Ask For Mr. Adams It's what you can accomplish when you focus on the details. Discover for yourself how paying attention to the details can really pay off when n comes to your money. -Let SunTrust help. With our sfmple and convenient online tools, you can stay on top of your money today and fn the future: We even make savfng easy. To flnd out how you can get started, vtsft suntrust.com/soHd. SUNTRUST Lift Solid. Bank Sotkl. SunTrust Bank, Member FDIC 02009 SunTrust Banks Inc. SunTrust end Liva Said. Bank Solid ere '-de rally ragister.c!Mrvlce marks of SI.WlTruat Banks, Inc. ::D 0 )> -< m tD ::D c )> :D -< (11 1\) 0 0 ..... 0 :D 0 )> (/) m z :::j z m ..... I m c ..... ..... z m c (/) ffi 1:!11 m < m ..;;r c m (/) 0 )> z c ::!2 0

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or----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ABE INC. links To Pav Tribute To Central Next stops. Avenue During Annual luncheon CD w u. c a: u. c a: u. c z < c 1fi :::t .... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :::J CD :::t a. z w ...J ...J :::t IXl I ...J w z z w Cf) < c a: 0 ...J u. < 1 co w (.!} < a.. February 13, 2010 Hamilton Correctional Institution Madison Correctional Institution Jefferson Correctional Institution F. C. I. Tallahassee February 14, 2010 Hernando C. I. Sumter C I. & Work Camp Coleman F. C. I. Lowell C I./Annex Marion C. I. & Work Camp February 20, 2010 Taylor C. I. & Work Camp Wakulla C. I. Levy Forestry Camp Lancaster C. I. Cross City C. I. Mayo C. I. Departure Time For All Trips--5:00 A. M Return Time For All Trips : -Approx. 6 P .M. Round Trip Price For Each Trip: $25.00 Call813-247-3285 For Info To Reserve Your Seat "When I Was Incarcerated You Came To See Me." Matthew 25:36h Dear Faith Partners, Praise God, You are cordially invited to join us on MondCJ.y-Friday And Sunday --FEBRUARY 8TH THROUGH 14TH to celebrate A Week Of Appreciation for our Pastor, /5: 8 P. M. Nightly (Except Sunday) The Conclusion Service will be Sunday Feb 14th, at 2 P. 1v1. The Community Hol iness Church Of God For All People Of Oldsmar. FL Tues . Feb 9 2010 PASTOR GEORGE BAILEY THEME: 'The Shepherd Of The Sheep St. John 10:2-5 The Deliverance Chur ch Of The Body Of Chnst Tampa ...._ ________ _.. EVANGELIST LORENE P. WEST Appreciation Program Coordinator Thurs., Feb. 11. 2010 PASTOR MARION CRAWFORD Faith Chu r ch Of God In Christ Tampa Fri Feb. 12 2010 PASTOR LETHA ELDER Christ Of The Solid Rock Ministries Inc Tampa Wed . Feb 10 2010 PASTOR SMITH Sun. Feb 14. 2010 2 P M ELDER DAVID O f T he Ne w Seginmng M 8 C hu r ch T ampa R WATKINS R es t o rat io n M in, s tnes Worldwi de. Inc T ampa THE EXCITING GOSPEL WARRIORS ,,#: '\ OF TAMPA, Fl . Sunday Afternoon, Feb. 14th* 2 P. M. 4 PATSY GREENE Luncheon chairperson Central Avenue during its heyday. The Tampa Chapter of The Avenue we're honoring th e e n Links Incorporated will honor trep ren e urs who hav e pro-Brown, Ray Charles, and Ella Fitzgerald. vided African-American the business pion eers of his-consumers with certain serv toric Central Avenue, the for-mer African American ices and products that weren't offered in mainstream Amer neighborhood and business district, at its White Rose ica. Luncheon at n a.m., Saturday, Anything you wanted could It is the int ent of the Links that everyo n e walks lway from th e luncheon with a new found appreciation of Central Avenue's historical relevance in Tampa. April I? at the Hyatt Regency be found on Central, betw e en T N rth T Cass Street and Scott Street. ampa, 211 o ampa The place to be on Friday and if you didn't grow u p .. Saturday nights Cerifral in Tampa, your city probably : -_ Avenue . AI had a Central Avenue. It's that Club ... the famous Apollo Many don't r ealize that there was a thriving Black commu nity just minutes away from downtown that w as torn down in the 1970s to mak e room for th e int e rstate system that' n ow runs through th e city. one street that the majority of Ballroom ... the Club Chiffon African-American establish... and another hot spot w as t}ients wert! ICJcated," says Watts ... Sandei:Son s Blue Pats:V Greene, chairperson Room. All these places drew of the White Rose Luncheon. some of th e all-time great By paying homage to Central blues, jazz, and soul entertain ers, .. including .James Luncheon tickets are $50, For more information or for thos e who are heirs of a Cen tral Avenue business owner, please contact th e l.i nk s at 2010WRI.(wgmail.com. Commissioners Vote To Sue Kevin White Again Six members of the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners voted again on Wednesda y to stu oard m e mber Kevin White. White abstained from th e vote this time The vote on Wednesday was the second time the commissioners had voted to file th e l>min he first vote two weeks ago, White voted against the lawsuit. He learned after the meeting that a complaint had been filed with the Florida Commission on Ethic ecause of his vote was a conflict of interest. White reportedly asked County Attorney Renee Lee tc arrange the second vote The vote authorizes Attorney Lee to spend up to $25,000 to file the lawsuit against White. If th ost exceeds that amount, she will take the issue back before the board. White has already stated that he does not have th e money to reimburse the county. Florida Theological Seminarv And Bible College, Inc. 214 West 5th Street lakeland, Florida 33805 DR. AlEX HARPER, SR., PRESIDENT Celebrates Its SR 109th ANNUAL FOUNDER'S WEEK Februarv 16-18, 2010 1 P. M. Niuhtlv "f_earningfrom the Pa., t: Serving the Present; And Prcparingfhrthe Future" Featuring: Wednesday, February 17th And Thursday, February 18th (Si mult
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c ?< eneral BaPtist Convention obilizes To Help Eanhauake Victims The General Baptis t Convention of Florida and Trus t e d P artne r s, USA ha mobil ized to h elp the ea rth q u ak e v i c tim s in H aiti. The disas t e r r elief effo rt is b ei n g l e d by Dr. J o n athan Ing r a m and Dr. J erry Gash th e dis as t er r elief s p e cialis t o f Ft. Pierce, FL. An 18-whee l e r tr acto r tr ai ler i s set up a t ew Salem M B. Church, 405 N. Or e gon Ave., to collect items for the trip to Ft. Pierce Flori d a 's East Coas t pastors have h a d a minist ry r e l atio n ship with H a itiaJl C hri s tian s for m ore than 30 yea rs, states Dr. Henr y J Lyons, President of the G e n eral B a ptist Convention Ql". Rayford; Harper, Dr. H enry J. Lyons, Aieshia Williams and Bro. Anthony help loa d items on the t8-wheeler. Through th e eff orts of th e disaster t ea m WI} have located a mis sionary flight min istry that has pledged to deliver our goods from the Eas t Coast directly to the bu sh country i n Haiti, w here Baptist g r o up s are known to h ave lo n g s tand ing r e l atio n s hips," Dr. Lyons expl ained He adde d th a t th e disas t e r r elief s p ec i alis t a l s o p o int s o ut that m a n y community w ells a r e goo d as a s ourc e of fr es h wa t e r but m a n y a r e dysfun c ti o n a l f o r lack o f r e p air. Effort s will b e m a d e t o restor e th e c ommuni ty w ells. Mr. Anderson, Dr. Lyons, Ms. Williams, Bro. Anthony and Rev. Harper prepared to load the trailer marke d H elp For Haiti.' Ite m s n ee d e d imm e d ia t e l y are-: ea d y -t o ea t f oo d s, c e r e a l p eanut butte r bl a nk e t s t ow e l s / was h cloth s, p e r so n a l l;l,ygien e produ c t s, firs t -a id ki ts, a ntibi o ti cs, flas hli ghts and b atte ries, ge n e r a t o r s, b a b y s upplies a nd w a t e r Dr. Lyons d m b e conta c t e d a t 8 1 3 -2513 3 8 9 Others can b e contact e d a t : Dr. Ingram 772 2 0 1 1 45 3, Rev. Scottie Leesburg 352 -361-01 45 and Dr. Melvin Cotton of B elleview 3 52 2 4 5 1 9 4 4 o r Dr. Jerry Gash of L os A n ge l es, CA, 323-3549978 . D o n a ti o n s for r elie f ass i s -Youth Program Saturday, February 6 2010 *3: 30P.M. True Hope Pentecostal Church (Fonne rl y G l orious Co mmun i ty Chur c h ) 1601 E. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blv d E lder Michael J Toby P asto r Mis s ionary Vanessa Toby Foo d Served After Prog r a m Greater Mt. Carme l AME Welcomes You To Our First Black Heri t age Youth Talent Explosion Day" Fund ra i ser Tickets Available For Teams! Compete To Win $400.00 Cash Prize Food Vendors A r e Welcome Reg istrati on Fee $50 For Vendo r s All Interested Part i c ipants Deadline For Registration Is Feb. 20, 2010 (Saturday) Pick up regi stra tion f o rm s at: Great e r Mt. C a rm e l A.M. E C 420 9 N. 34th Street T ampa F L 33610 Fro m 9a m-3pm Tuesda y-Friday F o r m o r e Inf o rm a ti o n Co n ta ct: Eric Edmonds: 813-241-9413 Email: go2getit2002@yahoo.com Cedric Edmonds: 813-802-3465 tan ce m ay b e forwarde d t o Dr. John Fair, 1 65 0 NW 1 24th S t., Mi a mi FL 33167 (Article /photos by julia jackson) NFl Plaver RaHies m Super Bowl Tickets B Y IRIS B HOLTO N Sentine l ity Edito r Each y ea r. all m e mb e r of th e atio n a l F oo tb all Leag u e receiv e t \ o ti c k t t o the Supe r Bowl. Last y a r Kevin Hobbs, 26, d ec id e d t o r affle off hi s tick t s 1s a form of appreciation for tho se wh o suppo r t s h i s b u si n e s. H e open d Co l b r tfBall Tax Servic in 2007 T h e id ea was a hit b eca u s e the Sup e r B ow l w as h e ld in T ampa. Thi s yea r i t w ill b e pl aye d in Mi a mi T h e w in n r a r e r ponsibl e for everyth in g but th e ti k ets. Since I'm a p layer, I'm d e f initel y not going to watch other teams p lay. I thoug h t i t wou l d be a good i d ea to give the tickets away throu g h t h e business I decided to h o l d the r affle," Hobb. s s aid. He attende d t)l e public schools o f Hillsboroug h Coun ty a nd g r a du a t e d fr o m Bus in ess Aca d e m y a t Ta m pa B ay T ec hni ca l High S c h ool. H e earne d a full football schola r ship t o T e xas South ern Univ e r s ity. Aft e r a year, h e tra n s f erre d t o Auburn Univ e r s ity wh e r e h e K vin Hobb I ft n orn r bn k with the D troit Lions is s hown with Thomn Rnmos, who won t h two tickets forth u p r Bowl earne d hi B . d g r e in Acco un ting While Hobbs was d li ght-U'l ed to ea rn the cho lar hi p h r ea li ze d that he a l o n d d 5 to p l a n for the futu r :!! "Football i s g r ea t. It' s a g reat ca r ee r starter bu t it s CJ> n o t a ca reer. M y goa l i s t o m ex p and m y t ax bus iness," Z Hobbs sa id Hobbs i s m arrie d t if Shayla Hobbs and the y m h ave o n e d a u ghte r Kadyn. c r rm

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II) > a: ct :::> a: CD w u.. Pam Rin r Rmdi ng :\.lley o n Friday, Jan. :und. Happy birthday. huck! Uplifting Prayers For T h e ick And Shut-Ins ,January o. rea t er B e thel 1. B hurc.h. R e v. Oscar Johnson. offi cin t in .. Washington. Dayl a Bain Judy Poole Ray Snell. Dorothy Tillman. \\' alte r T homas. Sr., Alfonso J ohnson Sr.. l\tose Darby, Lanitra SanchezMoore, Cheryl Byrd \Vashington, Louise Thomas (Atl a nt a) Brandi (Al b any), Lizzie Wright, Jazma Bymphus, Ja Mai Washington, Ulysses McMillan, Sherry Patterson and Travis Hill. I must tell .h sus. I cw11w t bCir the s e burd ns Cllonc I t u s k ee p th e sick and hut-i n s in our dail) walk : Anthony Filer, Marjorie Gue t The ommunit)' Hour Of Pow r Bible-Pruy r T h is is a group of od's Q Happy Valentines Day ff And Black History Month!! Progress Village News The Progress Village 50th R eunion Planning Meeting will b e h e ld Friday, Feb 12th at 6:30 p m. at th e Progres s ViJlage R ecreation Center. We are asking everyone to com e out and receive the information for this great soth year r eunion and tshirts will be available. See you at th e m eeti ng. For more information, call Tony Parker a t 843-6739. February Celebrants Th e births t o n e thi s m onth is the A m ethyst and the flow e r is the Violet. Happy birthday to the following celebrants: Kelly Marie Watson, Bertha A very special birthday wish is sent to Deon Johnson, whose special day was Feb. 4. This wish comes from, his wife, Gloria. Eloise Leeks Earl Jackson Tonya Simmons, Clinton Coles, Cathy Kirsey, Lillie C. Bryant, Sally Holmes, Annie Davis, Josephine Royal, Bert Graham, Charlotte Dukes, Clarence and Della Vickers, and Mr. and Mrs. David (Alberta) Shedrick. c hild re n g 1 th 'reI t og thcr o n o n nc ord t I u n word of our Fnth r M tings n r h eld ery T hu rsday m orning a t 10:30 a. m. Ev r o n e i s invit d to a tt e nd! F.Y.I. Diantond Dust Belated birthday greetings are extended to Davonta (Bennie) Whitten, w h o ce lebrated hi s n a t a l day o n J a nu ary 23rd. H ope yo u had a g reat day s h aring it with family a nd frie nd s. Unspoke n praye r request goes o ut to th e Washington h o u se h o l d Let u s k e p President Burack Obnmn and his famil y in our d aily pra yers ns h e tries t o bring change for e veryo n e R e m embe r ours r v i cc m e n and wom e n w h o put their liv es o n th e lin e daily. BY NY' ASIA TAYLOR Black Diamond Awards Ceremony The Mt. Pleasant faculty and student b o dy a re getting ready C for o n e of the school's most ff important events, the Third c Annua l Black Diamond z ct c en w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w :t: en :J CD :::> a. z i= w ...J ...J :::> CD I ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J u.. Awards Cer emony Thi s eve nt will take place o n Saturday, F ebruary 6 5:30p m. a t Blake High School. P a r ents, students, t e achers and g u es t s from dl ov e r th e county will come togethe r to l earn who won in th e diff e r e nt categories that include Student of th e Year, Educator of th e Y ear, R e li g i o u s L ea der of the Year and C i v i c O r ga ni za tion of th e Year. Thi s event allows us th e chance to r e c .ognize great African Americans in Hillsborough County. We hope everyone will b e able to attend. Tickets will b e so ld at the door. School News The fun is over, 8th graders. We have FCAT Writes next week. Practice, practice, and practice ... these were the words of encouragement g iv e n to us b y Dr. TuckerJohnson and Dr. TuckerWicks. Thes e educators took time to prepare, inspire, encourage and motivate the 8th grade Diamonds for the writing test. Our teachers want u s to do our best. Parents help us at home! Our principal, Ms. Waitress, reminds us that the most important thing we can do for oursel ves is learn. Each month students participate in the Rebecca Kinse y Literacy Award program. Students recei ve recognition for reading books and writing a summary about each book read. Congratulations to Venson Brown who won for the m onth of January. A reminder to a ll parent s and stude nts M t Pleasant S. B. Middle School was closed Friday, February 5, 2010. Students return to school on Monday, February 8 201 0. ct Mt. Pleasant S. B Middle 0 School is still accepting ,.... enrollm ent applications for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Please call the school at 253-Sympathy 0053 for more information. We are n o t a priva te school not a churc h school, and not a n a lt erna ti ve school. We a re a traditional public school. Tuition is fr ee Birthday At The Bowling Alley Charles I. Jeffrey (Chuck) celebrated his birthday with hi s lad y friend, Kamaya, co-workers and som e family memb e r s at the Our condol e nc es to the f a m ily of Mrs. Frankie Jones, who was funeralized o n Saturday at Brown M e mori a l Churc h. S ympath y i s ext e nd e d to t h e family of Mrs. Isabel Pansy Th e r e s a n ew h e lp e r in th e kitc h e n Sh u Lon 's Kit c h e n forme rl y Famil y D e li (81 3 ) 7419760. Call your n e w s in to Irndenn London-Biggs at (813) 6 77 -6071. B e bl s dl Yes W e ca n Go Diamonds! PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TEXT & MAP AMENDMENTS Notice is hereby given that, 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 and map amendments to the Future of Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan for rporated Hillsborough county for the purpose of making a Jg recommenda tion to the Board of County Commissione r s a t a public hearing The text and map am e ndm ents will affect land locate d in the generalized maps below and as described herein The Planning Commission may consider alternative proposals which may affect all or parts of the land identified Time: 5:30p.m. Date: Monday, February 22, 2010 Place: Fredrick B. Karl County Center, 181 h Floor, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa 1Oth Avenue and South 49th Street Proposed designation change of 3.27 acres from Residential-9 (RES-9) and Office Commerclal-20 (OC-20) to Suburban Mixed Use-6 (SMU-6) plan category The subject property is located in the Greater Palm River Community Plan area. It is also located in the T Service and the Urban '""""'"'" CPA 10-05 Future Land Use Map change. State Road 60 and South Dover Road (Related to ) Proposed expansion of the Urban Service Area boundary to include the 3 ,081. 71 acres; and to change the designation of the 3 081 .71 acres from Agricultural Rural (AR-1/5) and Residential-1 (RE8-1) to Energy Industrial Park located in the Rural Service Area Sun City Center Area Community Plan-Communities Element to include the vision statement goals and strateg ies for the Plan The proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan may be inspected by the public one week in advance in the office of the Hillsborough County City-County Pla n ning Commiss ion, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. 18th F l oor Tampa Florida 33602 between the hours of 8 :00a. m and 5 :00p. m Monday-Thu rsday except holi days or at www. theplanningcommiss ion. org For information call Robert B Hunter FAICP, Execu tiv e Director (813) 272-5940. All meeting facilities are accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Any add iti onal necessary accommodations will be provided with notice given at least two working days prior to the meeting Please contact Tony LaColla Public Participation Coordinator at (813) 272-5940 for more informat ion. February 5, 2010

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Local AJI About You Millions To Observe Congratulations m Rare Disease Dav on the Dean s List at Mile s College in -< The l ast day of February ha s been d es ignated as worldwide Disease Day" to call at tention to rare diseases, which affect nearly 30 million Ameri cans and countless others around the world, as an important global public health con cern. Governor Charlie Crist of Florida ha s proclaimed Febru ary 28, 2010, as Rare Disease Day in the State of Florida. A rare disease is one that af fects fewer than 200,000 Americans. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), there are nearly 7,000 s uch disease s affecting nearly 30 million Americans. Governor Crist's proclama tion was issued in response to a request by Emma Carroll, Founder a nd Executive Direc tor of.Janine's Sarcoidosis Out reach Foundation and Support Group, a National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) member, an FSR International Coalition lo Stop Sarcoidosis mem'her. Ms. Carroll is a current res ident of Tampa. She lost her daughter .Janine, in 2002 to a rare disease pulmonary hyper tension an often fatal compli cation of Sarcoidosis, at the age of Junine's Sarcoidosis Outreach Foundation is part of the U. S. coalition supporting Rare Dis ease Day. Ms. Carroll hosts Sarcoido sis Support groups in Florida and Texas, as well as an inter national online Support Group, EMMA CARROLL ww-W.jsof.org, www. raredis eases.org, www.stopsarcoido sis.org.). Sarcoidosis is a systemic dis ease that can affect multiple or gans, create a variety of ..symp!oms, .. occur chronkally and .. cause debilitation, ,..,.o'f death. The exact cause of Sarcoido sis is unknbwn, but it is charac terized by the formation of small clumps of cells that can adversely affect the eyes, skin, lungs, liver and heart. Ont:E formed. tht:y senous damage on mese or gans, resulting in scarring, weakness, reduced function and nerve damage. . Rare Disease Day activities in ilie u : S. will include a nation wide network of online videos, patient stories and blogs. (813) 248-1921 LISA K PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS "FINDING ME" Tickets Are Available At Tampa Christian Supply 2908 W. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 33614 Tickets $15.00 In Advance $18.00 At The Door Door Prizes GERARD L. BENTON Birmingham. Ala. H e a senior. majoring in Bus i ness Edu catio n H e is th e so n of Athene Williams and Thomas Benton, Sr., grandson of Mrs. Mildred Roundtree .We love y ou ,..., 0 .... 0 r-0 ::0 a )> C/) m z z m r-1 Ill c r 1 m z "'0 c m cC/) :I: m c m ::0 -< -i c: m C/) a )> z a ::0 a

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To Be CUR T And MEKA Ms. Joyce Williams of Tampa, FL, annou n ces the m a rri age of her daughter, Tameka Anderson to Curtis Rodgers. He is th e so n of James Henry a nd Jaqueline Henry of Tampa, FL. They will b e wed Feb rua ry 13 2010, at th e Centro Ast uri a no de Ta mpa, 1913 N Nebraska Ave., Tampa, FL, 33602, a t 3 :30 p. m A r ecep tion will b e imme di a t e l y following. The n ew co upl e will live in T am pa, FL, after their hon ey m oo n Haoov 40th Binhdav CEDRIC G. HENDERSON, SR. Check Mr. Henderson out, he 's looking good and doing good. Come help u s celebrate his big day! 2-6-10 at the Mirage (Black and White attire). Happy birthday Cedric and so much love from, your only aunt, Victoria H. Gallon. Where Evervone Is V.I.P 4206 East Chelsea "Street Tampa, Florida 33610 Friday Happy Hour 6 P M Til 8 P.M. FREE FOOD!!! Open: Monday & Thursday Friday, Saturday & Sunday OJ Iceberg Slim OJ Eddy Kane Contact Us @ 813-622-6553 For Personal Celebrations Happy 1st Binhdav With love from mom, Sharon and dad, Joe Underwood. SANTA VIA A. AUGUSTIN W e' d lik e to give a shout ciut to our b a b y gir l who will b e turning 10 on Feb. sth. She will b e ce lebratin g on Sat. Feb. 6 at Skat eplex on E. Busch Blvd with family and fri e nds. JAMES THOMAS, JR. Congratulations to our father, James Thomas, Jr., for completing twenty-one safe years as a City of Tampa Police Offic er. Everyday yo u come home to us is special and we want you to know it, always. We lov e and appreciate yo u protecting others, who don't know how special you are, Thank you dad and once again congratulations as you continue to serve and protect. Love you, daughters, Ca'La, Ka'Zette and Caliea Thomas. In The Spotlight AUDRINA The phones have been ringing off the hook, and they all demand to see Audrina again. Since your wish is our command, we are returning her as this week' s Spotlight feature. Thanks to Makin Marks Agency, Audrina has graced us once again. Audrina isn' t complicated, but she isn' t basic either. She s a young woman with dynamic goals and wonlt allow anything to get in her way. In case youlre wondering how 'to' get' in) fiW mner :C;ircle, you will only out if she allows it. Audrina makes sure the last word is hers when it comes to allowing anyone to get close to her. Audrina's mate must be one who is strong, self-reliant, in touch with himself and knows when to leave his ego behind. Congratulations to Audrina as this week's Spotlight feature. FEEL THE POWER with five of the world's top antioxidant producing fruits fu one product. Mangosteen, Noni, Acai Berry, GOji, and Pomegranate ... 100% N11hmJ/ & N11trltilnud T 111tn Cootl Cootlfor tM Klb Skbr IUIII LDD/a lmfi"WU yottr 1W1f1DrY & glws you mngy IUlps witlr l,_llllltiotl IUiil Arthritis Klt0U111 to htlp alltUr, AlzMimn's adllllllrJ oth6/nltlr disp11ritin. IUip lllllllftllill lfDmud dtD/muol r-wtlglrt Slpwtll ,,,_ yqrtr I10Unr rtnu Htf,'fllitlr gatrlt&, rrfba 11M Get yours today, call

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-Three Bucs Plavers, Super Bowlllll m coach on NFl All-To Be Historic Event Decade Teall 01 2000s COACH TONY DUNGY WARRENSAPP RONDE BARBER DERRICK BROOKS ., .. -'. Ronde Barber, Warren joins cornerbacks Champ Sapp, Derrick Brooks and Bailey, Ty Law and <;bach Tony Dungy, each Charles Woods.on. t z c 'TI :!:! c MARCH 26-28, 201 0 ROGERS PARK GOLF COURSE 7911 N. 30TH STREET, TAMPA, FL 33610. Tournament Host: Jim Dent PGA Championship Tour MID-WINTER GOLF CLASSIC WEEKEND ACTIVITIES ._. Fri/Sat: Advocates Tour Pro Cla .. Jc; (limited to 40 pros by invitation only) .-Fri Evening: Sporn&. Social Change Symposium (by invitation only) .-SaVSun: Mid-Winter Amateur Clutk; 36-hole ttroke play open to lint 80 men &. women golfen. (Entry fee S195) .-Saturday: LegendtYouth Golf Clink with Jim Dent, Adrian St1llt and other guett profeionalt ._. Saturday: Advocatet USA&. 'Ihe Fint Tee ofTampa Bay mentoring te11ion ._. Saturday Evening: National Black Golf Hall of Fame induction ceftmony I dinner ._. Sunday: Mid-Winter Amateur Clutk final round play Contact Kennie Sims @ 813-6734230

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sr-_o_rts ____________________________________________________________________________ II'> > a: <: :::::> a: CD UJ u. c a: u. Middleton Youngsters Panicipate In Signing oav GG-D lUCK YEAR Students at Middleton High School were among the hundreds throughout the nation who signed letters of intent on Wednesday, February 3, 2010, to attend their favorite colleges and play football. The young men were joined during the signing by family members, Athletic Director, Derrick Gaines, Coach Jason Stokes and Student Government Advisor, Cathy Wiggins. Owen Young is the Principal. Shown left to right on Wednesday morning at the school were: Vasty Paul, who signed with Edward Waters College: Maurice Campbell, St. Augustine College, Raleigh, NC ; Cortney Hunter, Hampton University; Coach Stokes, Justin Sanders, C Weber International, Lake Wales; Ernest Mingo, St. Augustine a: College; and Wathson Adelson, St. Augustine College. (Photo b y U. Ricky Roberts) c z -<: c en w :::::> ..... > a: w > w c w Keenan McCardell Is Skins' Ne. Receivers Coach Lon g ti m NFL wide -z out Keenan r e tain cd by Shanahan. Hixon was hired Monday as Buffalo Bills receivers coach. en cCardell II be the McCardell caught 883 passes, 13th on the career list, over 17 seasons. He had his most productive stint with the Jaguars, but spent his final year as a player with the Redskins, catching 22 passes for 256 yards in 2007. :::::> a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::::> m I ...1 w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL receivers coach for the Washington R d k KENNAN e s ms. MCCARDELL McCardell was hired Tuesday as the replacement for Stan Hixon, who was not GIFT CERTIFICATE KAY 4! \, .. xl ;a> ,-j, .. FACETO-FACE BEAUTY ADVICE ... 1 -----------------., Certificate Entitles You To A Complimentary 1 Skin Care And Glamour Makeover Session And 1 $25 00_ Compliments Of: lURSULA 813-340-5454 GOOOTHRU211411ol Jim Caldwell Is NOT A Clone Of Tonv Dungv JIM CALDWELL Jim Caldwell and Tony Dungy are good friends. Dungy was in Indy for the playoff wins against the New York Jets and Baltimore Raven s But I think Caldwell has d o n e an e x ce ll ent j o b s ta y in g tru e t o Dungy' s f o rmula f o r winning and hi s l e v e l-h e ad e d approa ch whil e r e all y mixin g things up and doing things hi s > V a y And that's a d e licat e balance, one that Caldwell has ti ghtr o p e d s u cce s sfully f
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ALL MY CHILDREN-Ryan and Erica set out to catch a saboteur; Jake isn' t buying David's tory; Tad turns to Marissa for help. Greenlee refuse to give up without a fight; Ryan faces off with David; Colby stands up for Damon. Greenlee puts her plan in motion; Erica catches a glimpse of Greenlee; Ryan wants Erica to keep her distance from Dav1d. AS THE WORLD TURNS -Janet comes to Carly to help with liberty Barbara won't tell PauJ Mick's secret; Casey and Tom have a heart-to-heart. Alison takes it too far with Mick; Emily realizes Mick was brainwashing her. Alison avoids Casey's touch Barbara drops a bomb when she catches PauJ and Emily grabbing Mick; Molly tells Luke the truth about Damian. THE BOLD AND THE BEAliTIFUL -Brooke and Ridge rush to Hope's side; Sandy un leashes her pent-up anger on her attacker; Sandy's pregnancy is put in jeopardy; Bridget demands answers from Nick and Sandy. Nick confesses everything about Sandy's case to Bridget; Brooke and Ridge apologize to Hope for the conversation she overheard; Bridget questions Nick's commitment to their marriage; Steffy visits Hope. Hope is touched by Ridge's sentiment and promise; Nick tries to smooth things over with Bridget; Nick confides in Brooke about Bridget being upset; Bridget confronts Sandy about the secrets that she's been keeping. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Brady and Arianna celebrate her freedom together; Anna admits to Roman that she's in Salem; Bo figures out who shredded Carly's dress; Stefano receives an eviction notice; Kate is hurt to learn she must share her role in Philip's wedding ceremony. Hope threatens to take Ciara away from Bo; Sami opens up to Anna about Sydney; Kate has it out with Vivian for hijacking the wedding; EJ talks to Johnny about leaving Salem; Melanie asks Maggie to be her mother-of-the-bride. Kate questions Carly about her connection to Melanie and Vivian; Rafe asks EJ about Anna; Nathan begs Melanie not to get married; Rafe tells Sarni he believes Anna couJd be a lead; Carly questions Chloe about her infertility problem. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Olivia and Dante lie to protect Sonny; Carly walks out on Jax; Lucky turns his back on Elizabeth. Dante takes his anger out on Olivia; Jax comes clean with Carly; Alexis unwittingly adds to Michael's dilemma. Sam takes action to help Sonny; Luke fears there could be trouble ahead for Lulu; Michael tells Kristina he's the one who killed Claudia. ONE UFE TO UFE -John and Brody are hot on Mitch's trail; Dorian and Charlie's plan takes an unexpected turn; Kim warns Rex that Stacy's in trouble. lives are in peril on Uantano Mountain; Stacy confesses the truth to Mitch in an effort to stay alive; Rex and Fish set out to find Mitch. Mitch has no more use for Stacy; Rex makes a curious discovery; Mitch plans his most hideous plan ever. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Noah finds shocking evidence in Daisy's room; Phyllis and Neal make a pact. Jack puts his affairs in order to bid on Jabot; Patty suffers a breakdown. Patty sees Jack's wedding announcement; Tucker gives Jill devastating news. 18th Annual Hillsborough Countu Black Heritage Celebration Fridag, Februaru 12, 2010 Noon Joe Chillura Comtlmuse Square !corner ol Kennedy Blvd. S Pierce St. Oownto111 Tampa! A tribute to Negro Baseball League Plagers 2010 Legacu Award Winner Enjog great entertainment and an ethnic food sample! 601. E l z 0 "TI ::c 0

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Entertainment 11') ?t < => a: CD w u.. c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c en RavJ Picks Tampa Resident Singer Ray J has c h osen a B ay area woman as hi s love intere s t in the secon d season of th e reality s how For The Love of Ray J ." Th e wom an is a 32-year-old divorc ee a nd the moth er o f two from Valrico. It was a to ss up b e tween the winn e r, Connie Deveaux, known on the show a s Mz. Berry, and 22-year-old Mary Cherry, known a s Platinum. Last year the singer selected Joanna "Cocktail" Hernandez. But the rela tionship didn t last long. So, Ray J decided to t ry his luck aga in. Brandy Norwood, Ray J's s i s t er, question e d whethe r or n ot Mz. Berry was bringing took mu c h into th e r e l a tion s hip being divorced a nd th e mother of two childr e n Although Platinum ea rn ed th e n o d of Snoop Dogg, s h e apparently lost points when she admitted that she might l eave a n e w relationship to get back with her old boyfriend. Since the beginning of the show, Ray J appeared to be MZ.BERRY ... Connie Deveaux smitte n by Mz. Berry, s h e h a d displ aye d jealousy whin ing and c r y in g w h e n things didn t go h er way. The tw o haven t bee n allowed to t alk or m ee t s ince th e tapin g of the s how. When asked about her f eelings, Mz. Berry said s h e couldn' t ba se things on th e pa s t but would hav e to just wait and see And tak e it one s t e p at a time. W e 'll d e finite ly both talk about what we want, and we 'll see where it goes from there," she said SIV nesu s Ex-anager, Claims illions Kept LOS ANGELESSly Stone is suing a former business manager and others clfl.,iming t e n s of million s of dollars in ro ya lti es were kept from th e s ing er. Stone, whose real name i s Sylvester Stewart, was th e frontman o f th e 197 0 s funk g r o up Sly a nd The Family Stone. H e s u e d form e r m a nager Gerald Goldstein a nd seve ral companies in Los Ang e l es on Thursday, claiming the y kept 20 yea r s of ro ya lty pay m e nts from Stone and l eve rag e d his work and right s to pay for the ir lavish lifestyles The lawsuit claims Goldstein and others set up several companies to divert the royalty payments and borrow against Stone's work. 01-dd. v Mav Be Pull.ed "Everyday People" and I ife r JIIHINIH ll): ?t w > :"" c w :::r:::: Sextane Scandal m => After the s H b tinfback in a. December 1999, the relation Z ship between Diddy and tij Jennifer Lopez has been -1 mainl y non-existent but the S surfacing of a J Lo sextape CD may find the two bumping I -1 into one another once again. There have been reports that i= Diddy may be contacted to ffi the witness stand by Ed en Meyer, Ojani Noa's busi< ness manager as part of the C proce e ding s over an attempt to r e leas e a video of Lopez -1 filmed b etween 1997 and u.. 1998 Courtesy of her former hus b a nd Noa, the initial plans to create a tell all book a bout the actress/singer that was dif fused from a non-disclosure state m e nt h a d transition e d to Noa coming together with Meyer, a l so a filmmak e r to release a mockum entai'!J" of his former wife and her sexual escapades. A majority of the footage is DIDDY And J-LO ... back in the day reported to have taken place during the couple's honey moon. Noa's continued attempts to release the footage resulted in Lopez s uing him for $10 million for breach of pri vacy a nd stating that th e tape of her is career ending Hold on so what does she do for a living again? UNDROMAT NllY AVAILABLE West Tampa Area Great Location Lots OfTraffic Investors Wanted Enough, Jackson Fam_ilv savs CONRAD MURRAY LOS ANGELES --Michael Jackson's family believes involuntary manslaughter charges against the pop singer' s physician would be "just a slap on the wrist," attorney B.rian Oxman said Wednesday. Oxman told CBS "The Early Show that Dr. Conrad Murray displayed recklessness in dispensing powerful drugs to help Jackson sleep, warranting a second-degree murder charge. In voluntary manslaughter -the charge prosecutors reportedly plan to seek carries a maximum jail sentence of just four years Murray's attorney said the doctor is read y to surrender to authorities if prosecutors file charges. While there is no pub lic timetabl e for charges to be filed against Murray, there are strong indications the move is imminent. Murray, w h o ha s a practice in Houston, came to Los Angeles last weekend and spent Tue s da y afternoon meet ing with his ne wly assembled team of three lawyers. The dis trict attorney's office has not said if it will file charges. . .. Daniels Oalls 'Precious' Oscar ominations out-Of-Bodv crazv' Lee Daniels' Pr i ou Ba don th ov 1 'Pu h b Sapphire h a alr ad r i d a 1 o f a ard from film f ti a l and th Gold n G l ob to th Actor Guild Independ nt pirit Its string of prais stT tcb back over a ear to when the film premiered at the Sundance Film F tiyal,-win r ning both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award. But none of that acclaim mak es th e morning of Oscar nominations any easjer, a s Daniels told MTV News jus t hours after th e Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sci e nc es mad e it s 2010 se l ec tions. Daniels flipped on the television and watched with joy as two of his stars, Gabourey Sidibe and Mo'Nique, were recognized in the acting categories. Then it was time for the directing category. Daniels said he was waiting to hear his name called in alphabetical order. "Then they cut to Quentin Ta.antino; rrd r was like, GABOUREY SIDIBE 'A h w ell, that's that.' And the n they go, And Lee Daniels.' I go, 'Whoa wait n minute! Turns out the Acade m y announce d the directors according to th e ir film titl es, not their last n a mes. Daniels had made the cut, and h e couldn't have bee11 more excited. "It was crazy-off-the hook, insane, out-of-body crazy," he said. "It was crazy "Precious" received four nods, including one in the newly expanded Best Picture category Michael Jackson's lnlluenc. e lives on In we Are The World' Remake A number of today's biggest stars gathered on Monday night to record We Are the World -25 for Haiti, the classic 1985 charity single re -imagined as a benefit for earthquake relief. Though song co-writer Michael Jackson passed away la s t summer, his presence was most definitely felt in the studio, where fellow co-writer Lionel Richie and producer Quin<..-y Jones had assembled more than So s ingers, rapper s and actors for the new .':... J ::o>. l j I _ , The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 1i Seaitobael Buiietin. 248-1.921.

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entertainment ., CBS Respands to Censoring Forever' During Grammv Awards DRAKE, EM And UL WAYNE "There are certain things y ou c a n t say, or sing on t e levis ion. Eve r sinc e the broadcast of the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards this weekend, the Internet has been pulsating in regards to the "unnecessary censoring of lyrics for the night s closing performances from Eminem, Lil Wayne and Drake. Stating that the performance were barely able to be heard, there are some that are accus ing the FCC and CBS of sabotaging the act, as well as try ing to throw a monkey wrench in the onl y Hip Hop p e rfor mance f e atur e d Stepping up to the plate CBS representative Chris Ender has responded to such allegations being thrown their way. "It was a rousing musical performance, but words were e dited from the live telecast that didn t meet our broadca s t standards." "We have great re s pect for artists ' creative freedom ; bu't there are certain things you can't say or sing, on televi sion." Maxwell Calls Grammv Wins A Blessing' For Maxwell, the 2010 Gr a mm y Awards were a tri umphant return for a number of reasons After eight long years between albums, the veteran soul singer reclaimed his crown, winning two awards (Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Pretty Wings," and Best R&B Album for BLACKsummers'night) at Sund a y's Grammy Awards. Indeed, it was a clear indication that, much as his still rabid fans have shown people including the Academy love a comeback. Since its relea s e in July the album has sold nearly a million copies in the U.S., a rarity these days, par ticularly for an artist out of the spotlight for such a spell Soulia Bov To Release Book At just 19 years old, DeAndre Way a.k.a Soulja Boy has landed his first book deal. While reports were surfac ing that a book deal was in the works Soulja Boy has con firmed that an upcoming book is indeed on the way. Posting a picture on Tvvitter of the proposed cover Soulja Boy says th e finished product will hit stores this summer, s pecifically on June 28 2010. While there's no official w ord on whether the book \\ill b e a tell-all autobiographY. SOLLJA BOY the title has been r e \eale d a s ""Te en age .Hi Ilion a ire .. by Deandre \Vay. Are Usher And Chilli Back Togelherililil Afte r int e rn e t rum o r s sur faced linking old fla m es Usher and Chilli, a spokesperson for Chilli said "Chilli and Usher are not a couple. ludacris To Tour With The Black Eved Peas Ludacris will b e heading out on a national tour with The Black Eyed Peas on their The E N.D. tour s tarting on February 4th in Atlanta The tour will hit 32 citi e s acro ss the country including Tampa on Feb. 10. In addition to the tour, Luda will be celebrating his toth year in the game with the release of his seventh album on March 9th ; Th e Battle Of The Sexes." The 'album will include the hit s ingle "How Low. Jav z Talks Marriage And Children ., m tD :D c > Back in the days of Kingd o m C o m e Jay Z made the state m ent th a t 30 i s th e n e w 20. W e ll coming down th a t motintain a nd hit ting 40, tim e may b e o f th e essence for Jay a s h e 's not g e tting any young e r With his career at his highest peak since dropping Reasonable Doubt the rapper seems to be contemplat ing the future outside of th e music industry and what the next steps are to come between himself and wife Beyonce. During an interview with Kingsize Magazine, the rapper spoke on the possibility of kids and becoming a par ent. 'Td like to b e a dad s om e day and I lov e childr e n. You start your life with e xpectatitms and dreams, then life unfolds and it doesn't always turn out the way you imagine9. Life is what it is. And at point it's up to some-""'n. .. oM i(lj body :e11!Se:,... ( ; With Beyonce a c knowl-JAY-Z And BEYONCE U'l ...., 0 0 e dging h e r w edding ti e s during the awards, Jay adde d some words on b eing in a relationship and b eing everyday people that d e al with e veryday probl e m s as a coupl e no matter how mu c h fame the y may have a ccu-., r mulate d whil e in th e music 0 industry. I don't think there is such thing as a perfect relation-en ship. It is unrealistic and hoping for too much. I don't :::! think it is worth all thatt '*"e i1so hav e '7 struggle s and problems r r m :::1 z "'tJ c: en ::::t m 0 m < m -i c m en 0 )> z 0 ., JJ 0 R.uthEckerdHa.JI.com Tlcketmaster.com Group Discounts: 717.711.1717 G) m 1111 McMullen Booth Rd., Clearwater *Limited seatlnJ r

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0 Funerals/Memoriam II) > a: < :::::> a: m w LL. < c a: LL. -------------Aikens -----MRS. MATIIE GRIFFIN Homegoing services for Mrs. Mattie Griffin of 8218 N. 17th Street, who passed away on Thursday, January 21 2010, will be held Saturday, February 6 2010, at 2 p.m. at Holsey Temple CME Church, 3729 N. 15th Street, Rev. Terry Mallory, pastor, Rev. Lloyd C Black, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mattie was born November 12, 1944, in Havana, FL. She > was a longtime resident of < Tampa. She loved cooiOng and C spending time with her grandee children and s h e was a very LL. hard worker. C She was preceded in death by: Z her parents, William and < Runell Griffin, Sr.; sons, Ray Peterson and Clarence -. Copeland, IV; and brothers, C William Griffin, Jr. and Felix CIJ W.. ., ',. 1 She leaves to h e r 1-memories: a devoted compan> ion of 36 years, Clarence CC Copeland, III; children, Leroy, and w Angela and =cal Vin Shaw, C Makita Berry (Otis), Bridgette, W Evangela, Lloy d Tony and :I: Gino Copeland; 41 grandchildCIJ r n and 18 great grandchild:::l ten' ; brother y 1(Jacl0e) D Griffin of Miami, L. C. Griffin, :::::> Robert (Gloria) Griffin and 0. Sam Griffin, all of Tampa, Z Freddie (Valerie) Griffin, of St. i= Petersburg, Jessie (Lois) GrifW fin of Tallahassee, and :j Rudolph.Griffin of Havana; sis:::> ter, Ella Grifrm; nieces, (D LaRonda Moore, Alicia and ...J Teresa Griffin, TyRonda W Leggett and Felicia Horton; Z nephews, Maxie Moore, Dexter i= Williams, Kelvin Griffin and Z Antonio Griffin; mother-inW law, Daisy Horton; goddaughCJ) ters, Carlette Pringle, Sharon < Harley, Miosha Henderson, C Karen Slipp, Keshona Brown a: and Sherita (Tony) Lovette; 0 friends, Betty Baker, Linda it Jenkins and Dorothy M. Cochan; and a host of other sorrowing family members and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, February 5, 2010, from 5-8 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME aikensfuneralhom@aol.com MRS.RUfHA MAE WALKER Homegoing services for Mrs. Rutha Mae Walker of 2708 E. 24th Avenue, who passed away, January 23, 2010, will be held Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home, 2 708 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Donald Yeoman, officiating. Internment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cem e tery. Rutha was born November 17 1941, in Leary, Georgia, the second child of the late James Lee Barnes and Mary Lee Barnes. She attended public schools in Lowndes County, Georgia, and she later relocated to Tampa, Florida. In the following years, Mrs. Walker worked various jobs, but her most important job was being a mother and gJ:andmother to her children and her grandchildren. M r s Walker enjoyed coolOng, gardening and family gatherings. Also, Mrs. Walker enjoyed shopping at thrift with her s i s ter, Fannie. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Robert Lee Walker; s i ster, Eva Cole; grandson, Demario: ; nephew, Nathaniel Cole, Jr. She leaves to cherish precious memories with: her children, Linda Hardy (Aifonzo, deceased), Stey,eq.& (Robert), LaWanda Mac.kCarey (Keith), Tangla Mack (Colin), Andrew Mack (Michelle); son-in-law, Ray Jackson; grandchildren, Marco Anderson, Dion Stevens, Shquan Stevens, Tavaras Holmes, Andrew Mack, Jr., Devontae Mack, Shawnta Mack, Bronson Mack, Bryan Edwards, Shameka Mack, Byron Edwards, Melvin Rhanes, Reggie Rhanes, Mary Edwards, Ayesha Mack, Antonio Mack, Lakisha Mack, Makahla Hardy and Jaqua Mack; great grandchildren, D!Qze, Marqae, Zabriel, Terique, Shanelius, Dasyah, Nolan, Nola, Tavaras, Jr., Ty'Coryion, Antonio, Quaniyah and Tyler; sister, Fannie Mae Riggins (Levonia, Sr., deceased); brother-in-law, Nathaniel Cole, Sr.; nieces, Jeanene, Consuola, and Jacquelyn; nephews, Ricky, Levonia, Jr., Alonzo and Demetris; aunt, Dollie Barnes; cousins, Mildred Hill (W"tllie), Charley Bell Akins (Gary), Claudia Perry and Jeannie Boyd; and a host of family and friends. The family will receive friends at Aikens Funeral Home from 6-7 p. m., Friday evening. THERE WILL BE NO PUBUC VIEWING. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MRS. THEDIS MAE CLARK WILBURN Homegoing services for Mrs. Thedis Mae Clark Wilburn of 3220 E Caracas Street, who passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2010, will be h eld on Saturday, February 6 2010, at 11 a m. at Ai .kens Funeral Home, 2708 E Dr. M L King, Jr. Blvd., Bishop Joseph I. Pasco, Sr., officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. T hedis Mae Clark Wilburn was born on April 1 8, 1954, to the late Mr. and Mrs. John (Alberta Neal) Clark. She attended the public schools of Pinellas County. She met and married Mr. Chester Humphrey and to this union they were the proud parents of 10 children. T h edis attended The University Church of God. She was preceded in death by: her grandchildren, T hedis Williams, Princetta Humphrey and Joseph Humprey; 3 brothers, Magglee, Ezekial and Daniel Clark; -son-in-law, Broderick Buchanon; and s ister Annette Clark. She l eaves to cherish her precious memories: her husband, WftfH .Hfi Humphrey, Jr.; 9 daughters, Wendy, Felicia, Elizabeth, Dora, Christina, Angela, Louise, Latecia .Mary l:lumphrey; 29 that she adored, Yulon Humphrey, Shawnetta Williams, Shawn Williams, Erica Humphrey, Eric Watson, Gregory Watson, Eddeisha Morgan, Tomia Dickens, Creandra Montgomery, Lequan Dexion, Javon Freeman, Alejandro House, Jr., Quadre Brown, Chrishard Montgomery, Lauree Shank, Lisa Howard, Terrance Duhart, Christoria Humphrey, Chrisbernay Kandall, Luis Alverz, Santonio Hunt, Tino Hunt, Deltesha Bostick, Theanna Harris, Theyante Humphrey, Broderick Buchanan, Mario Buchanan and Marcus Humphrey; 6 great grandchildren, Yulon, Jr., Yulon Joseph, Laylonnie and Yalainia Humphrey, Zareck Clark and Tomya Jefferson; 2 brothers, John Clark, III (Cheryl) and Oliver Clark (Paula), all of Clearwater; 3 sisters, Patsy Clark of Clearwater, Edis Carey of Tampa, and Sympathy Clark (W"tllie) of Clearwater; other relatives and special friends, Micheal Miller, Deltina Savage, Constance Kelly Kanisha Jones, George Mitchell, William Williams, Juanita (BooBoo), Christopher (Nookie Man), Stephanie Hills, Doris Buchanan, Carol Rogers, Tomika Tolbert, Davetta Hill, Frank Cutter, Laura Waiters, David and Christan Worley, Shawn Williams and N. Jordan; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, February 5, 2010, from 5-8 p. m The fantily 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 .aikensfu.neralhome.net -. Harmon ---------MRS. LUCILLE MONfGOMERY BELL Funeral services celebrating the homegoing of Mrs. L u cille Montgomery Bell, who passed away on Sunday, January 31 2010, will be held Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 2 p m . a t Pleusant Chapel AME Church, 2615 E. Chipco, with Rev. Esther Eva, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mother Bell was a native of Madison, FL. She was a faithful and devoted member of Pleasant Chapel AME Church, where she served thankfully on the Stewardess Board. She was retired from Tampa General Hospital. Mother Bell was preceded in death by: h e r husband Mr. Dan Bell; daughter, Belinda; father, James Twiggs; mother, Mattie Jones, and s tepfather Arthur Jories; an' d 3 brothers and 3 ters. She leaves to cherish her memories: 2 sons, James W. Montgomery of Tampa, and Bettjlihrli1' M'ol-it_kc,,ijter y Jones (B'arhah\) lind Norn h m .Jones (Joyce) of Texas; s isters, Betty Griffin (Charles) and Donna Head ofTampa; a hos t of other relative's and many sorI'owing friends. Visitation for Mother Lucille B e ll will be held Friday evening, February 5, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday at 1:45 p.m. A HARMON BURIAL t MEMORY OF REGINALD 'MARlY' BR-Y-ANT February 4, 1997 Marty, it's been 13 years since you went on to your eternal home. We miss you. Loving you always and forever: mother, Pat; sister Tia Bryant; grandfather, Ulysses and Liz McMillan; son, Lil Marty; family and friends. MR.ALVINK. BURNEY 'A.K. Homegoing service for Alvin K. Burney "A.K.," who (HISSed uwuy on Sundny. Junuury : 11, 2010, will be h ld this Snturduy, Februnry 6 201 o ut 1 ::JO p m. u t New Mount Zion Missionury Buptist Churc h 2511 E. olumbus Drive, Tnmpn, 3:J6os, with Rev. Wulter K. Williums, pnstor, officiating. Interment will fol low at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Alvin K. Burney wns th eldes t son of his mothe r Eud II Burney Hurs t and stepfnth r, John Hurst. He wns born in Dublin, Georgiu, and wus ruis d by his grandfather, H enry Burney As an adult. h e move d to Tumpa, and becam e un e m I>Ioyee ut the Tumpu Shipynrd, wJ1ere he worked for mnny years. Wl1ile working ut the shipyard h e met his beloved wife, Brendu, u f ellow welds Jnan. H e was preceded in deuth hy: 1 his mother, Eude ll Burney Hurst; stepfuther, John llurst; grandfathe1, llcmy Rmney; and his father-in-luw, Willie ,1 ; Jie to mJ:nwnes: u evote ,11 Brendu Burney; three daug 1 lers, Denise Bu1ney Deborah Burney and Katrina Guz,nun; u loving brother, Robert Hurst (Carrie) of Tampa; grundsmJ, Maccio Guzman; sons, David1 ,, Renee, and Frankie M yles of Tampa; mother-in-law, Mac Pearl Merritt; futher-in-luw, Willie Merritt; s i ster-in-law, Ann Bray; brothers-in-law, Billy Merritt (Darlene), James Merritt (Antoinette), Jerry Merritt (Brenda), and Jerome Merritt (Beverly) of Tampa, and LC Carswell of Dublin, GA; cousins, Codie Johnson (Doris), Jody Jackson of Dublin, GA, Jim Jackson (Jackie), Merritt Island, FL; special friends, Horace Epps (Rose), Lorraine Smith and Minnie Brown of Del Ray Beach, FL, and Jewell; and a host of nieces, nephews and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Visitation for Mr. Alvin K. Burney, a.k.a., "A.K.," will be held Friday evening, February 5, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service on Saturday are asked to usemble at the church at 1:15p. m. A HARMON BURIAL

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Funerals/Memoriam MRS. BYfHA LEE REGISTER FACION Homegoing cel ebratio n service for Mrs. Bytha Lee Register Facion, who passed away on Satur day, January 23, 2010, wiJI b e h eld on Saturday, February 6 2010, a t 11 a. m. at New St. Matthe w Missionary Baptis t Church, 1006 S. 50th Street, Tampa, 33619, Alec F Hall, pastor, with Elder Edward L. Sailor, Sr., officiating. Interment wiJI follow at Res t Haven Memorial Park. Bytha Lee Register Facion was born February 28, 1935, to Mr. Neil and Mrs. Azzie Lee Register, in Dothan, Alabama. She was the youngest of her five brothers and four sisters, who have all preceded her in death. During her youth, the family moved to Quincy, FL, where she attended the public schools of Gadsden County and where s h e later met and married Mr. Corries "Key" Facion. They were married nearly 6o years before his demise in 2009. In the early 6os they moved to Tampa, settled and established themselves in Ybor City. To their marriage was added a son, Corries Facion, Jr., who preceded h h in death; four daughters, 'of wfUHi one, Gwendolyn Barkley ; preceded her in death. She was the family matriarch. She worked for many years in the home of a local doctor, until time came to care for three o f-her grandchildren due to the untimely death of their mother. She loved all of her children by birth and marriage, dearly and made them all feel her care. She knew no strangers and welcomed many people into their home. If there was a sale, she would think of someone she could buy something for. Many looked upon her as "their" mother or grandmother, friend aitd/or confidant. She was someone you could turn to and tni.st. She committed her life to the Lord at an early age and joined tH e St. John AME Church in Q \lincy, FL. In later years whe'n she could not attend chvrclt;. however. she continued to lieve and trust t'he' 'Lord a s her savior and way 4nl!-ker. Due tti' medical issues, s fl t' was moved to ,D elta CC'J'lter ofTampa N\l'tsing facility until she took the of tlie morning and depa'rted this life'' headed for her eternal home on.'. high, not made with the hands o f m a n but God. And now she cair; say, she made it over, the hattie is fought and the victorv i s won!' She l eaves to cherish her loving m emory: three daughters: Jacqueline Smith of Quincy, FL, Bonita Ann Black, (Douglas), Valrico, FL, and Dr. Arie Sailor ( Edward), Tallahassee, FL; along with 15 grandchildren, Tanya Facion, Carla James (Lesville). Corries Facion, P etrick washington, Robert Doster. Jackie Doster. Ella Barklev. Shevenne Black and Jasmve.;e a ll of T ampa. N i atiacia As h (Alfo nso) of Phoenix C itY .-\labama. Edwa r d Sailor. Jr. Panama C ity. FL. \den T h o mas o f Apopka. FL. .Joshua Smith of Quincv. FL. and BettY Sailor a n d Sailor o fTallahassee. FL: 2 7 great grandc h ildren a n d 2 great great granddilldren brother-in-law: Jonas Turner, Miaini, FL; numerous ni nephew cousins, and friends. VISitation will be hel d this riday e ening, February 5 2010, from 5 8 p. m. a t Harmon Funeral Home 5002 40th treet, Tampa 33610. The family wiJl receive friends from 6 -p .m. Friends attending the homegoing service on aturda are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. ROBERT KELLY, SR. Homegoing celebration service for Mr. Robert Kelly, Sr., who passed away on Tuesday, January 26, 2010, will be held on Saturday, February 6 2010, at 11 a. m. at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3305 N. 15th Street, Tampa, Reverend Geraldine Christopher, pastor, officiating, and Pastor Issac Kelly, eulogist. Interment will be private. Robert Kelly, Sr. was born in Tampa, on May 20, 1937, to Willie Mae Kelly. public schools, ;u"ti: worked for the City of Tampa for 30 years before retiring and enjoying the good life. Robert Kelly, Sr. had a love for beautiful cars, motorcycles and hats. Prior to his illness, he was a faithful member of Mount Olive M. B. Church in Palmetto, FL, Reverend Henry Washington, Pastor. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Willie Mae Kelly; sister, Dorothy Harden Lee; and brother, William Thompson. He leaves to cherish fond memories: a devoted wife, Ida Mae Kelly; brother, I saac Kelly (Sandra); two daughters, Denise Kelly l;'rigg and Gail Kelly Reddick (J,,nnie); four sons, Robert Kelly Jr. (Doris), Willou!Wby, Anthony Willoughby (Loretta) and Victor Willoughby (IJfverly); four J telJ) tep lUIOnSO Lewis (Angie); a loving aunt, Gloria Glenn; uncles, Alfred Park and wife, Jessie Mae, Robert Lowe and wife, Barbara Freddie Lowe and Melvin Monroe; niece, DaMaris McQueen; nephews, Javon Kitchen and Ozaryia Norwood; cousins, Janice Harris, DeMario Berkhall, Lateasia Lowe, Maurice Moore, Raheen Monroe, Terry! Collins, Robert Collins, Clarencia Lowe, Gayle Harrison, Lavonne Anderson, Cathy McCauley, Karen Hart and their families; devoted friends, Latonya Garett, Sarah Austin, Ferlita Hooks, Margie Kelly and Gwendolyn River; a host of other relatives and friends, among whom are, Cleo Lowe, the Gathers, Fields, Moor.;s, Cheryls, Crumps, Smiths, Langstons, Brantons and Harris families; and other sorroWing family members and friends. the vieWing for Mrs. Rhonda Kay e Mond will be Friday, Fcbnwry s 2009, 'fro in 6-8 p. m. at Life .. Iti' 'Cbrist Comrritinity Church, 2103 East Osborne Avenue, Rev. A. L. Randall, pastor; and on"' Saturday, February 6 2(:)'10 at '10 a : m ; at the People For Christ Ministry, 10511 Main Street, 1'honotosas$a. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFfER THE EULOGY. Family -and friends. are.asked to meet at the church on Saturday at.10:30 a. m.-Funeral arrangements entrusted to Ronald J. Derr, Sr., L.F.D. "JACKSON FUNERAL HOME" Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RA)':'; !Ol'iD A1\"DERSO :'\ L F. D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Ship ping & Cremation ()ur Fan1ilv Can Meet .. Your Fan1ilv's Needs M OTHER SARAH J ESSIE LEE ROGERS Homegoing cel e bratio n for Mothe r Sarah Jessie Lee Rogers, who passed away o n Saturday, J anuary 30, 2010, will b e h eld Saturday, February 6 2010, a t North Bay M issionary Baptis t Church, 3 711 E North Bay Avenue, Tampa, with Bishop F. L. Wynn, Sr., officia t ing. Interment will follow at Res t Haven Memorial Park C e m etery, 461 5 E Hanna Avenue, Tampa. Sarah Jessie Lee Roge r s was preceded in death by: her parents, James McGriff and Cassie Hines; and her brother, Elijah McGriff. She leaves to cheris h h e r m emories : childre n Bonnie Wynn and Bishop F. L. Wynn, Sr. of Tampa; and speciul grundson raised a s a son, Elder Frank L. Wynn, Jr. and wife, Vanessa, nine grandchildren, Linda Johnson, Willie Johnson (Jeanette), all of Tampa, Jer-maine Wynn and wife, Gowanda of Lakeland, Lawanda Wynn Griffin and husband, Charles of Lake Wales, Jessie Wynn Blake of Orlando, Thelma McGriff, and Denise McGriff; great grand-children, Marcus, Xavier, Javaris, Keyanna, Kelvin, Char'Daijah, Willie, William, Michael, Marty, Demario, Caleb, Lakeisha, Collins Jamika and Alexis; three great, great grandchildren, Layla, Elijah and Jordan; and a host of nieces nephews and cousins; and many other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held Friday, February 5, 2010, at .Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street. The family will r e ceive friends from 5-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church (371 1 E North Bay), February 6 2010, at 12:45 p. m. for the service. Arrangements entrus t e d to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME IN MEMORIAM ; BERNICE L. GREEN 7/17/30-2/5/08 It's been two y e a r s since God called one of his angels home. Thank vou for the li ght tha t shi.;e d through your life M issing you still. Your hus band. daughter. son and g r andson. --Ray -: : Williams : MRS. DOROTHY M.CAMPBELL Mrs. Dorothy M unpbell of 1 701 W. P almetto Street pas..'i d away January 30, 201 0 A graveside service will b conducte d o n Saturday, F bruary 6 2010, at 11 a. m a t Orange Hill Cem etery, 4 900 E Chelsea St., with Rever end Dwayne K. Gaddis officiating. Interment will follow. Mrs Campbell was a native of Tallahassee, and 11 resident of Tampa for 60+ years. She nt t ende d the public schools of Hillsborough County, BethuncCookman College nnd Sunlight Schoo l of B eauty Culture She late r opene d Dot' s B eauty Nook. Dottie wns a m embe r of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church. A d e voted mother, grandmother, s i ster, aunt and friend, this wonderful woman touched the lives of muny with her true joy in the Lord and her dedication to her childre n w4.grl'ndchildret1 .. Mrs. Campbell was preceded in death by: her husband, Willie Campbell, Sr. ; sons Willie Jr. and Charles M Campbell; Peggy A : Jackson and 'Portia A. Campbell. She l eaves to cheris h fond memories : 2 sons, George D. (Brenda) Campbell and Albert JJ 0 > m CD JJ c: > JJ -< C11 I\) 0 0 r-0 JJ 0 > (/) m z m r-1 m c: r=" r-z "0 c m c (/) D (Kimberly) Campbell of Cocoa Beach, FL; 2 brothers, m John (Pat) Davis and .James < Davis; :J sisters Rossie D m Triplett, Betty Davis and .John-nyc Davis; grandchildren, Tim--i othy A. Selina M. and Marc A. c: .Jackson, Nicole A George D., m II (Christine), 111eodorc A AI (/) .J., Maurice W. and Anthony D. 0 Campbell and .Joseph D. Berrian; great grandchildren, Amber, Brianna and Timothy .Jackson, Jr., AJ ,Jacko;on -0 Campbell, Redgina, .Jada and Tiarra Campbe ll along with a lJ hos t of family, friends and O LifePath Hospice. )> The remains will repose after -< 5 p m. today, Friday, February :I: m 0 5 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Av enue, and the f amily will receive friends from 6-7 p.m. at the chapel. In lieu of nowers, any and all donations will be greatly appreciated by the "family of Dorothy Mae Campbell Donations can be made to: C/0 LifePath Hos pice, 3010 W. Azeele Street, Tampa, FL, 33609 or the American Cancer Society, 2006 W. Kennedy Blvd. 33606. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners.

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0 ,_ 0 N Funerals/Memoriam It) > a: Joseph Hospital. < She was preceded in death C by: her father, Eddie L. Harrel; en and mother, Eliza H. Burkes; a sister, Doretha Blaylock; and a .,_ nephew, Stacey R. Chatman. > She leaves to cherish her a: memory: husband, James --'4> Lies; 2 loving children. Revon (Willie) Horace and Ricky LLI (Ehony ) Emmons; 3 stepchildC r e n Darlene Brown, Sheila LLI Taylor and .James (Ramona) -Lies, Jr.; 9 -R eube n Harris, Angie \<\'nods. 0:: N icole (William) S h arpe Rod:> neshia Mazion. Riquita .. Jm-0.. dan. llerb ert ( R.J) . J eemiah z and Hannah Emmons: 1 : J great i= gnmdchildren. Ten-y, .J1 TanLLI i sha, .Jeffrey. ,Jr.. Tenell. ..J Courtnev. Iierman, Jr., Ead ..J Jr., 1 :eundra. N i cholas LyZaria, Lucas, Cype s s and Ava; 2 sisters, Martha Ann u1 Clowe r and C lara ( Charles) z Harre ll ; brother, Eddie i= Burkes; nieces, Shawanda z (Myron) Wade, Maachah (DeLLI laney) Cheesmon, Bonitka, en Chelsea, Curtisa Burkes, Linda < (John) Huggins, Sheryl BlayC lock and Laverne Clark; a: nephews, Reginald (Marshell) 0 Solomon, Eddie B. Aaron ..J Burkes, Ronald (Cassie), U. Michael, Frederick (Robin), and Andre Blaylock; best friend, Elvetta Jones and daughter, Neysa Miller: good friend, Ms. Liz Taylor and heavenly buddy Doretha Blay lock; and a hos t of other sorfamily and friends. The remains will r epose after 5 p.m. today, Friday, February 5 2010, at Ray williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. ELDER MICHAEL RICHARD HARGROVE, SR. Graveside services for Elde r Michael Richard Hargrove, Sr., will b e held on Saturday, February 6 2010, at 11:45 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa, with Elder Bernard F i elds, Sr., pastor, officiating. Elder Michael Richard Hargrove, Sr. was born to Mr. Terreil Hargrove, Sr. and Sister Pearl Charlton on September 20, 1954. He departed his earthly life on January 29, 2010, a t Brandon Regional Hospital. Elder Hargrove received Christ at an early age, when he was baptized into The Pentecostal Church Of God, where he faithfully served and was appointed to several pos t s including Pastor. A lifelong resident of Tampa, he was educated in the Hillsborough County School System where he excelled in athletics He went on to also work for the school system, retiring after years of dedicate d service. He was preceded in death b y: his fathe r Mr. Terrell Hargrove. Sr.; sister, Pearl Atherton; brothe1, rerre ll Hargrove; and niece. Cyilrim-Lce. lie leaves to cheri s h his mcmmy: his beloved children, Bro. Michae l Richanl Hargrove, ,J,., S i s Mich elle ll; ugn1vc. Tamp a Mrs. Rtnv)"C (Tnunainc) Battle. Mabl eton, (;;\, and Bo. LaRay llaq; n1ve. Tampa: thci1 m othe fom e wife. S is. Alma Childs. Tampa and son. Mr Tekov a Castillo, Bnwksville; a loving and devoted mother. Sis. Pearl Charlton, Tampa; sist e 1 s Ms. Shirley Dixon, Sis. Betty Byrd, Tampa, Ms. Carolyn Hagrove, C level and, OH, and Ms. Harriet H argrove, Tampa; nieces and n ephews, Mr. Darr e ll (Bernadette) Anthon, Tampa, Mr. Ronald (Gwen) Mosley, Tampa, Mr. Derrick Hargrove, Tampa, Ms. Renvye B yrd, Tampa, Mrs. Sheryl (Billy) Hearn, Tampa, Mr. Phillip Hargrove (Tisha), Mr. Andre Hargrove, Mr. Tramonte Hargrove, Ms. Roshonda Hargrove, Mr. Michael Okolie, and Ms. Tracey Okolie, Tampa; special cousins, Mr. Wallace (Lois ) Hargrove, Jr., Tampa, and Sis. Wilma (David) Randall), Tampa; and loving grandchildren, Ms. Jacoya Hargrove, Ms. JaZaria Hargrove, Ms. Journi Hudson and Mr. Michael Hargrove, III, all ofTampa, and Mr. Trumaine Battle, II, Mableton, GA; special friend, Glenda Pinkney Tampa; and a host of additional family, friends and church members. Final arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, FL, 33610. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" MS. MARGARET RENEE GIVENS Homegoing services for Ms. Margaret Renee Givens, who passed away Friday, January 22, 2010, at Melech Hospice House in Temple Terrace, FL will b e conducted on Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605, with Reverend Zachary Roberts, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven MemoriaJ Park Cemetery. Ms. Givens was born in Tampa, on November 22, 1962, to Bessie and Elton James, Sr. She was the sixth of eight childr e n Marga r e t was baptized as a young girl in Avon P ark, FL, where she spent mos t of her childhood years. Margaret came back to Tampa at the age of fifteen. She attended and graduated from C. Leon King High School in 1980. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Willie F. Givens; ,and, !l_cytdley 'Sease!-.---: She leaves to cherish memories of h er: 3 daughters, i\rielle D. James Katricia C. G iv e n s and Quinncthca D Givens; grandchilthen, Zaviellc. Ri yauhna and Kcvau1i loving mothc, Bessie .James; fathc, Elton .James. S1 .. all of Tampa; he sibling, Daisy King of Avon Pmk, FL, Elton .James, .Jr., \<\'illiam .James, Dalis .James, Twanda James, and youngest siblings, Lee, a ll ofTampa. She a lso l e aves b ehind a hos t of loving uncles, nieces, n ephews, cousins and friend s The temains will repose from 5-9 p m. and the family will rcceive friends from 6-7 p.m., Friday, February 5, 2010 at Wilson Funeral Home THE R E WILL BE NO VIEWING AFfER THE EULOGY. A WILSON S ERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com IN MEMORIAM JESSE MAE WILLIAMS Miss you, Big Mommy. Your grandson, Michael Homegoing cel ebration for Mr. Frederick Churles Bowles, who passed a wily peacefull y Fri day, J anuary 29, 2010, will b e h eld Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 2 p. m at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel 3000 N 29th Street, with Bi shop Michael W. Lewis, Sr., officiating. Interment will follow in 01'ange Hill Cem e tery. Mr. Bowles wus a native of Tampa. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of King High School, Class of1977 He was precede d in death by: his mother, Delia Mae Bowles; and brother, Timothy Andrew Bowles. H e leaves to cherish memories of him: a wife, Rita Bowles; a son Marlow Bowles; father, Mr. Andrew Bowles; brothe rs, Clinton Bowles, Sr. and D errick Bowles; s ister Bridgette Bowles, all of Tampa; a hos t of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and other sorrowing relatives and friends The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will re: ceive friends ,fro'm 7 -8 p. m.;. :Friday 4 Wilson Funeral Home. Friends me asked to assemble at the funeral home at approx imate l y 1:45 p m., Saturday "A \.vlL'iO!'il SERVICE" www.wilsonf11ncr ;tlhome.cl!ll! Ilomegoing celt>bn;tion for Mr. Herbert W Duln ufTnmpu, who pnssed nwuy Monday, February t 2010, at his residence while unde r the cure of LifePuth Hospice Conti Tenm, will be h eld Snturday, Februnry 6, 2010, at 2 p m. nt Holy Church o f God, 3801 Danny Brynn Blvd., Tumpa, with the pnstor Rev. Robert A. Venuble,officint ing. Interment will follow i n Rest Haven Memoriul Park Cem e tery. Mr. Dula leaves to mourn his passing: wife, Linda Dula; 3 daughters, Nekeba Dula Channell and husband, Lorin J. Channell, Natasha Dulu J efferson and husband, Jos h Jeffer son and Michelle Willison nnd husband, Eric Willison; son Adrinn Munford und wife, Danie l Augustine; 12 grnndchlldren; 2 brothers and 3 s i s t e rs; 2 brothers-in-Inw, Jnmes Boy d and wife, Danette Boy d and Melvin Jefferson ; 2 s i s t e r s -inlaw, Karen Houston and Brenda .Jefferson; nnd u host of other relative s and f..-iends. A native of Lynch, Kentucky, ;M1 Dula hud reside d in'thf 1Tampn urea for over :to ycm r coming from Toledo, Ohio. M1. Dula honorably served in the U. S.A1my. The cmains will tcposc ft"IJIII p m and the family w ill J t ccivc fricnds fn1111 :; 6 p m. at \<\Tilson Funend I lome Chat!cl. Ficnds m c asked to asstmbl
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DEBORAH BROWN BIRTHDAY 1/23/66-1/2/96 KEVIN BROWN MEMORIES 6/14/75-2/6/08 May God be with the both of you. Sadly missed by everyone, but especiall y today We love and miss you both. The Brown famil y Rest in peace. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM -ROSA BRUTON ., February 8, 1910 'II;" l\1ay 22, 2002 "r Dear Mama: Happy tooh Birthday. From, all who love you. Since you left us, our aching hearts feel no difference. Our only consolation is that we had you for so long, such a precious gift! It gave us so many memories. We can' t thank you enough for the time you spent with us and for being who you were to all of us. There will never be another you. Your loving family: Inez, Ruth, Gwendolyn, Eddie, Alphons, Nathaniel, family and friends. Bl HDAY MEMORIAM FOR OUR SON HERMAN TELFAIR, JR. Feb. 2 1961 -July 19, 2002 Happy birthday. You are 111issed daily. You will never be forgotten. Your family, Mattie Telfair and Herman Telfair. IN MEMORIAM 'l FREDERICK ...... ANDR.EW,I (Aug. 26; 1'9 29 ; ;., .; Feb. 6, 2009) My love for you i s everlasting. From the laughs we shared to the smiles we exchanged. You will always have a place in m y heart. I miss you dearly. Love, Romiah and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM TERRY JEROME JONES, SR. 2/7/53 Happy birthday. We love and 111iss you dearly. Love, your beloved wife, kids and grandkids. MOTHER GERTRUDE MORELAND Love, The Templ e Of The Apostles Churc h family, Bishop J. C Boles, and your husband, Bishop Roy L. Moreland. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ELDER JOSEPH "" .. JEFFERSON, JR . 2-5-59 On your birthday and always, we think of you today with precious memories in our hearts Love, mother, Martha Thompson and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. OSCAR TAYLOR 2/6/38-tt/28/08 You are always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts. You are sadly 111issed but especially today by the fal11ily. Wife, children, grandchildren and great grand. We 111iss you so much. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' Fo r God so loued tlt e world, tha t h e gave his only begotten son, tl10t wllosoever b e lieveth in lrim s lwuld not perisll. but l10vc ever la .sting life. John 3:16. We, the family of the late, Carter E ugen e Reed Sr. take this opportunity In express our thanks and love for the blessings you have bestowed toward s us in the time of our great sorrow May God bless e a c h and every one of you Special thanks to the 29'" S tleet Church of Cluis t Family -Bn1ther Pcl't'y Johnson, l'astm, St. .John Cathedral Churc h Family -Bishop Eddi e Newkirk. l'astm. The Greater M t. Moriah Chmc h Family Dr. Willie Williams, J>astm Faith Mini s tiy-E lder W ildred .Jones, J>astm, and the Aikens FuStaff. T h e 'Reed, Richardson, Boyd, Arctiie, and .Jones families. l11e fumily of nthin Yvonne Adnms ext nds h thnnks nnd grntltude t o ever-yone for your support. \ Ve thnnk you for: your p hone {'nils, visit s foocl, curds, flower s nnd mos t of a ll your prnycrs. Special thunks to: Supt. C l ethc n U Sutt o n nnd Miruclc Temple Church fumily and Elder C h a dcs Dav i s und College Hill Church Of God In C hri s t. Thank yon Ill llurmon Fu ncnll llomc and staff. ciul thunks t o the dnsscs of 197 0 nnd 1 9 7 1 ofllowunl W. Blake High School. Spccinl thanks to Adricnne Decker und Nicole Gee of A. Killwklo Ins and employees. Thank you Annie J>. Adnms and Bobby Adums, .Jr and the FiRhcrll 1md ,Jefferson fnmily. ftve bJglm!JOns In Wllson J:'unemlllome your business. We can' t afford to provide anything less than impeccable service, or to leave you with less than the best impression possible. 2 You're_ not just our client, you're our boss. "We don' t lose sight of who we're working for. After all, you're the one we answer to. 3 we arrange funernls, we don't sell them. It is our responsibility to honor your wishes and 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a part of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. a fining tribute is important to you, and you dont deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME 3llXl N. 29th St Tampa, Fl3ll05 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 WHN.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager r 0 ::0 0 )> C/J m z; -t z m r I m c: r r z "tJ c: m r C/J :t m 0 m < m :a -< -t c: m C/J 0 )> z 0 "T'I ::0 0

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c a: LL c z <( c ;j 1-> a: w w c w .ffi ...J Ill ::::> Cl. z w ...J ...J ::::> Ill I ...J w z t= z w Cf) <( c a: 0 ...J u.. MR. CLARENCE CASON, JR. We, the family of the late. Mr. Clarence Cason, .Jr., would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the many friends. relatives and loved ones for the support extended to us during om hcrcavcmcnt. 'We appreciate the visits phone calls. cards, food and floral arrangements received. Words cannot express how much comfort each provided during this difficult time. We would like to express a special thank you to New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist qmrch, Rev. Madison Murray, Pastor. DARRELL S. DOBY Darrell S. Doby's parents and siblings thanks St. Luke AME. Word Of His Grace Churches of l\ID Rev. Marcus Graddy, Computer Science Operations Corporation. Productions Operations Division. the Stokes, Kelly and C lark families and friends, for the cards, calls, prayers. food, flowers and visits. Thank God for all of you . The family. MS. BESSIE H. WASHINGTON \Vords cannot express our gratitude t o a ll of you. Our family acknowledges \\ith grateful appreciation a ll acts of kindness shown during the demise of our one. The many cards. flowers. telephone calls, prayers, 'visits and other symJ>athetic gestures arc deeply appreci-ated. May God richly bless each of you; The Family. A 37 -year-old woman previou s l y referred to as "a person of in: e r es t' in the disappearanc e of a Lakeland millionaire has be e n ar r e st ed. Sh e wa s taken int o custod y Tuesday and is being h e ld on $ 1 ,ooo,ooo bond. Accord in g to the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, Doric 'Dee Dee" D .on'egan of Lakeland, was charged with 1 ount of accessory after the fact of 1 '1 degree murder. MRS. ETHEL MAE BEAMON RIGGINS 'BE1TY NANA' llomcgoing services feu Mrs. Ethel Mac Beamon Rig,gins, "Betty Nana, of7702 Rivergatc Dr .. who passed away Wcdnes. day. Fchruhry 3 2010. will Iw held Monday. February S,20IO. at 7:30 p. m. at ,New .. 1\'\t , Zion Missio'nary Baptist Church 2511 Columhus'Dr., 'Pasr cw Walter J \Villiaots, ht\t>rmcnt will be in Orange Hill Ccthdcry 011 Ttlesday. i 'ehrlulty 9. 2010. at 11 a.m. Mrs. Riggins was born in o avishciro, Georgia, to the late Robert and Carrie (Taylor) Beamon. As youngster she grew up as a member of the First Hap. list lnstitutional <-'htlrch in Lakeland, FL. She lived in Schcncctudy, New York, and was a mcmbct of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church for years. While the're s h c was a member' i;f the Pastor's Aide Club and participated in other church activities. 5006 E. BROADWAY AVE., TAMPA, FL 33619 STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS UMY GOAL ls cusTOMER SATISFACTION" mcmhtr uf thl' Pit' IS \Ill \ tilt' \ 'tub for 20 H' u-s: 'he rclnc tit d 1t1 d by ll'tt tr met h e ht-New \'mk, Qul'lu Young und Catmcn Roque, hoth of Tampa. The family and friends arc asked to meet at the churdt Monday c\cning for the service. The v iewing will hcgin a t 6 p. m :and service to slatt nt 7 ::10 p. 111. AIKENS FLJNERAI.IIOME "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" 'I ,813) 248-1921 .. ;.r THANKS To ALL MY CLIENTS & FRIENDS FOR YOUR CONTINUED LOYALTY & TRUST FREDDIE WILSON Bail Agent REWARD 1' REWARD REWARD 1' REWARD . FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE CAPTURE OF CEDRICK RAMON MONROE PLEASE CALL NATHANIEL.-., & .. JR 813-300-9107-'' SERVING: TAMPA MIAMI NEW YORK GEORGIA LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA John 3:16-For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son, that w-hosoever believeth in him should not periSh, but have everlasting life.

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Crime Man Charged With Posing As An OHicer RICKY RILEY Hillsborough County Sheriffis deputies said a 28-year-old man posed as an officer before threatening someone he tried to pull over, running from police and crashing into a police Tuesday morning. Deputies reported that Ricky Riley pulled up behind someone s car, flash ing his lights and motioning for the person to pull over. Riley reportedly told the driver he was a police officer and asked for a license The driver suspected Riley wasn't an officer, drove off and called 9-1-1. Riley followed close i.cbmd the vehicle, attempt ing to run the driver off the road, deputies said. The driver, who had pas sengers in the car, drove to University Community Hospital. When Riley pulled in behind him, deputies said Riley raised his hands indicating he had a gun and told them to freeze. The victims so u ght she lter in the hospital 's eme r gency r oo m and Riley t ook the k eys from the victim's car before driving away. Deputies followed him and tried to pull him over. Instead of stopping on Fletcher Avenue, Riley made a U-turn. A deputy drove up on the median waiting for Riley to COP' plete the U-tum so he could follow him, but Riley turned his car toward the marked unit and appeared ready to hit it, according to the report. Riley ran a red light at Bruce B. Downs and veered into eastbound traffic on Fletcher, driving fast, deputies said. Deputies said Riley ran at least two more red lights before hitting a street sign, jumping from his car and running. After a brief foot chase, Riley was caught but refused to give his name. Deputies said he asked to call his wife, who ended up telling deputies her husband.'s.nam ('RileywascWargeG With falsely impersonating an officer, reckless driving, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, burglary, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, fleeing to elude arrest, resisting an officer without violence, petty theft and driving with a license that had been revoked. lakeland Student arrested Forl Possession OIAWeapon EARL WALTER ALLEN I WELAND -Lakeland .Police are investigating a weapon possession charge that occurred at Lakeland High School. Police responded to the school at 1:13 p.m. Tuesday after a report 9f a student with a gun. The student was located and found to be in possession of a BB guri._ Earl Walter Allen, 16, was charged with possession of" a-weapon by a juvenile and carrying a concealed weapon on school grounds Teenager Faces Several Charges Last Friday, Temple Terrace Police arrested a teenager after he reportedly confronted an officer and resisting arrest. Bazel Louis, 17, was charged with resisting arrest and on warrants for armed robbery, trespassing on school grounds, and providing a false name to a law enforcement officer. Police said about 10:50 p.m in the area of Plum Lane and Peach Drive, a plainclothes officer was working and called for assistance, say ing he was being assaulted by a group of men. The group scattered minutes later. When another officer arrived, he reported seeing .L.nJ.Lis ,c,J;o. uc.hed b.ehind a bush. During the incident, the officer discharged his firearm. Louis was not hit, and the officer who fired the shot is on administrative leave pending an internal investi gation. Louis was transported to the Juvenile Assessment Center. UNCLE SANDY . Don't allow the opinions 45 of others to affect who i4 you really are or 12 what you are 22 trying to become 19 'The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" :tJ 0 Mclear Found Not Guiltv ;H On Banerv Charges :tJ -< 0'1 0 0 Richard McTear, Emanuel Murray And Jasmine Bedwell On Wednesday, a jury decided that Richard McTear was not guilty on two counts of battery in a domestic dispute that occurred two months before authorities say he killed his ex-girlfriend's son. Jasmine Bedwell, 18, left the courtroom in tears after the verdict. Prosecutors tri e d to prove McTear attacked Bedwell and her neighbor, Elyanna Gonzalez, on March 31, 2009. If the jury had found McTear guilty, the battery convictions co'uld have been used by prosecutors as aggra vating factors when they seek lhe death penalty in the murder case of Bedwell's 3-month-old son, Emanuel Murray. McTear, 22, testified that the altercations with Bedwell were brought about because she challenged him and he reacted. He said when he poured the chemicals over her head it was because she had threw the bottle at him. When they struggled inside of her apartment later, McTear said it was because she blocked him from getting his clothes from her bed-'TI room McTear still faces a first-degree murder charge after he allegedly attacked Bedwell and Emanuel in C/) m May. Authorities said the infaq t z onto the corr c\-ete, then drov e off with the infant and m allegedly thre w him from a C: rear onto Interstate 275; r-Emanuel was found dead only a few feet from traffic on Z the Inters tate., . "tJ ... 0 0 c: Attorneys for McTear Ill argue there is no proof the C baby was thrown from a moving vehicle. m < m Counhouse Capers -f c: m C/) JOHNNIE COOPER, 70, delivery of cocaine (813 LATASHA WOODARD, 33, welfare fraud over .200 Open at 7am 7 DavsA Week 4707 E. Buch lllvd. Suite 103. FL 33617 )> z c

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Ken serves on his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Center's (FSRC) Council to make a real difference in his community, while his daughters Kaleigh and Jaelyn enjoy the FSRC's many toddler classes that help them learn, grow and build friendships with other children. Funded in part by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play gioups, mentoring, mobile health services job skills training and much more. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing www.Drea msWorthGrowinq .com Call or visit the Family Support and Resource Center near you today! Brandon 1277 Kingsway Road Brandon, FL 33510 Phone: 813-7 40-4634 Central Tampa 1002 E. Palm Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Phone: 813-204-1741 North Tampa 1401-A E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 Phone: 813-558-1877 Ruskin 20114th Ave. South East Ruskin, FL 33570 Phone: 813-641-5600 Town 'N Country 7520 W. Waters Ave., Ste. #8 Tampa, FL 33615 Phone: 813-356-1703

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5irthda :D l loo Z'NIAH Happy birthday Love mom my. JADAGRUBBS 2/4 Happ y 8 '11 birthd ay. Fr o m your famil y and we l ove you! JOSEPH LIMEHOUSE, JR. We the family of Joseph Limehouse, Jr., would like to wish you a happy and prosper ous birthday Ma y God continue to bless y ou with many more. We love you. Lox_e alwa y s Malany, child ren and a MRS. TERRI STONE I want to give a shout out to the one and only, my soul mate m y wife, M r s Terri Stone 2/5, a happy birthday. Bae, we've b ee n throug h th e s torm but the s t o n es are s till s tandin g and yes yo u a r e th e one. A n d h appy birthday to my daughter, M s Tootie Brothe r s 2 / 4 and Michae l Bus h 2 /4-Love, Mr. Stone and all th e kids. Happy 21st Birthday And Congratulations AGLENDRIA DE'LEON WIGGINS Feb. 6 --Happ y 215 1 birthday and congratulations for making the Honor Roll. Aglendria is a rising senior at Florida A&M University ma joring in Biology with a minor in Spanish. She is a 2007 Honor grad from Blake H S. and a na ti ve of Plant City. We lo v e you "Luckie." From your proud and supporti ve famil y : mom, Vickie, sister Anitra, niece Sunny, granny, Carolyn Barton, great grand, Carolyn Jones, and auntie, Rosa and Nettie. God Has Not Forgonen ANDRE CROUCH Happ y 23rd birthday Loved by famil y a nd missed b y many and waiting for y ou to co me hom e NIYA Onl y the t e n a cious m a k e it p as t the thorns on th e s t e m of thi s b e autiful ro se ato p Ms. Niya, you re blossoming into a beautiful woman and it looks good on you. I hope you have an extraordinary time celebrating your 32" d birthday this weekend. Love mom, Abby and RaSheeda. Who's Phonv, Who's Fake MS. SHIRELL And MS. BRENELL Belated birthday wishes to Ms. Bren. Thanks for being a real friend! May God bless you to see many more. Also happy birthday to Keria (2 / 4) Enjoy y' all weekend!! Love Shirell and kids Check Us Out On Facebook And Follow Us On Twitter@ www.twitter.com/FLSENTINELB Happv Birthdav. Willie \ILLIE God blesse d m e w ith a beau tiful so n on Feb 7 li e's be e n t h ro u g h th e s tor m but his s h ip h as finall:v com e . Jolm 3:27: !\ IIIWI cnn r ece i ve no th ing excep t i t beg i ve n h im.fmm h e n ven. Love yo u mom Tasa dad, Willie Gant, .Jr., bro th e r R cko, g r a n dpar e n t s, J e r y l a n d Madeline Cook, and Bill y and Minnie Gant, au n t s, Kawanis and Shemika. MS. TAMARA HIGHTOWER, 36 Years, And Daughter, MIKAYLA WilSON, 17 Years Wow! Ain't God good. Special birthday wishe s to me and my daughter on February 9 Where Style Is Elegant and Elegance Is Style '11 :::tJ' c

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church Directoru FRIENDSHIP URCH -...... i'"'!$1Dr t->astxJr W ee ly Activiti es Ear ly WJ V\'or 8 A.M Sunday School -9:".j{) A.M. Morning Worship 1 0 :50 A B:b S udy Wed. -I M f Hf:: t-' I::IUC IS IN'I I IcLJ S rJE.V t; Lrctl &tloef 1?:30 A M M'JfTln:] Vlof:tllJ 0 :45 A M 4 :10 P M WYtr 19 hp !J P M WOOrl3&1aY +'O.'r'er M 99:!1:1 I t-'J :illasnxty 2313 E 2 7th AVE ( B 13) 248-569{) (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9 :30A.M. Sunday Morning W o rship ... 11A.M. Sunday Evening W o rship ... .7:30P. M Morning Prayer i (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A M Wednesday N ight Worship BIS'HOP MATTHEW 7 p M WILLIAMS -----Pastor "A Cbareh Where The Love Of God Flows And Tbe Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH ?00? R ome Avenue (Comer of R ome Ave and S pruceSt) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kil'ldalllt Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30A.M. M()R G WORSI-IP-l1 M 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's (Comrr.rion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -Gcncfalf31)1c Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study 111. C.T. Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or CaJI Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org REV. CL.E'WB.AIID I..ANE, Pa stor Prayer Meet i g & Bible S: dy We(lnesclay -l r M Su !lay Sc v 01 1\) 0 ...... 0 r 0 ::0 0 l> en m z z m r I aJ c r r m z "D c aJ r en :I: m 0 m < m ::0 -< c m en 0 l> z 0 ::0 0 G') m 01 I aJ

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No Maner What, Get Your Miracle There are many people living in the world, communi ties, and neighborhoods that are left-out, and cast-out. These are some of the same people who stand in need of a blessing or mir acle. Matthew's gospel record bears witness in 15=21-31 that no matter who you are or where you are Jesus will come and work a miracle in your life. (vv. 21, 22). The woman came to Jesus because she had an issue that only He could handle. Her issue had nothing to do with her, but rather her daughter. The text declares that her daughter was demon pos sessed (22b). The woman came crying to Jesus on be half of her daughter's situa tion. This text has as a setting, a place that was not visited by the good Jewish/Israelite people. Not only was the 0 place unusual but the recipiii: ent was one who should not This teaches us that some times in life we need to take issues that are too big for us to handle to the Lord. There are times when people close to you have issues that you cannot handle that you need to allow Jesus to work out. LL 0 z c( 0 CIJ w ;::) I-> a: w > w 0 w J: CIJ :::; m ;::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;::) m I ..J w z i= z w CIJ c( 0 a: have contact with Jesus. The text says that Jesus went to Tyre and Sidon and a Canaanite woman met Him The woman knew that she was not supposed to have contact with Jesus, but the DR. A. MUNFORD, Th.D PastorfT eacher ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue, Tampa, FL (Corne r Of 34t h St. & 25th Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirtc, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE g Sunday: LL 8 :00 A M Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 1 0:45 Worship Service (Youth C hurch 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon I ntercessory Prayer w/Bi b l e Study Wednesday: 5 :30 P M F ree T u t oria l 6 :45 P. M & Youth M1d W e e k Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Missi o n Statem ent: A Churd! of the inner city reachingout t o the community b y ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: 0? f\KJAH COMMUNITY, 11\C./ ..elite Campus FOf Fafh Btlle lnslitl.te "Grootlg The Ouch FOf Global Cha-ge" (Acts 1 8 Rom 1 8 1 TI-es 1 8) careful not to push tho s e away who they feel are get ting on their nerves. Finally Jesus answered her He said to her He was sent for the lost sheep of Israel. After falling do\\'ll on her knees and asking again, He replied it is not right to take the children's bread and give it to the dogs (vv. 24-26). To get a healing for a daughter this woman has been ignored, rejected, and now insulted. She has been told that this miracle work ing power is not for you and you are at dog level for a blessing. How would you feel at this point if you requested a visit from your pastor and he said these words to you? I know you may say there is a differ ence between Pastor saying it and Jesus expressing it. But who likes to be insulted and rejected by anybody? Sometimes God just wants to see how bad you want what He has. Do you want it bad enough that you are will ing to be ignored, rejected and insulted? This lesson teaches you that you must be persistent with the Lord and know how to demonstrate your faith. t Ao>t flo<>t!" Cl>.J
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c a: LL c z c( c en w ;:) 1-fi: w > w c w ...J m ;:) D.. HallofFame Nominations Being Sought The Polk County Public Schools Hall of Fame is seeking nominations fro m the community. The Polk County Schools Hall of Fame in 1985. Currently, it has ninety members. In 2009, inductees were Charles Canady, Political Strategist, Ronald Fussell, NASA Engineer; Ronald Garl, golf-course d es ign e r and H. E. Bert Schultz, founder of Florida Chemical Compan y Nominees should be indi viduals who attended a Polk County public school and made significant career a nd profe ss ional contributions in the arts, business, clergy, education, entertainment, government, law military, media, medicine, science, sports or other fields. The deadline for nomi-nations is February 12, 2010. To submit a nomina tion, contact the Polk County Public Schools Department of Community Relations at (863) 534-0699 or visit www.polk-fl.net then see Announcements -Hall of Tampa West Coast District (TWCD) Assembly which was held Friday, January 29 through Sunday, January 31, 2010. The host site was Victory Temple COGBF in Lakeland, Elder Neal T. Phillips, pastor. The assembly op e ned on Friday, January 29th with Prayer Service. The assembly was officially opened by Elder James E. Williams, ill, District Superintendent Elder Calvin McDonald, P as tor of New Life COGBF, Ft. Myers, served as Facilitator /Instructor for a Home Mission Workshop Other program particip a nt s were: Edna Lawrence, District Home Mission President, Mother Margaret Johnson, District Home Mission Vice President, the Little Rock COGBF Praise Team and Elder Neal Phillips. Z Fame Nominations. On Saturday afternoon a Men s Session facilitated by Superintendent Williams was held at Simpson Park Community Center. A session for women only was facilitated by Mother Lillie Williams, Mother Margaret Johnson and Mother Margaret Faison at Victory's dining hall and a Youth Session/Musical Workshop were conducted in Victory's sanctuary, facilitated by Brother A1 Smith, III and Brother Dexter ...J ...J ;:) AWeekendof Enrichment m 'A Heart Like Thine' ... I uj I John 4:7-11 ... was the z chosen theme of the Church i= of God by Faith (COGBF)-Z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL m I ,.. DETKOWSKJ, JAMES R DEVINE, BOBBY R DEVUN, VERONICA L DIAl, ANGEL M DIAl, BRANDON A SR DIAl, CALVERT D DIAl, CARLOS T DIAl, ENRIQUE DIAZ,JUUE R DIAl. R06ERTO JR DIAZ, YUNIO DICKENS, WIWE C JR DIEBER, GENE M DIEPPA, LUCITA DIGGS. RUFUS LJR DIGUA, ANTHONY D DillARD, DONALD R DINGlR.J DINGUS, NATHAN W DISHMAN, SHAWN E DOC. DWIGHT R DIXON, otARI.ES L DIXON, L DIXON, ROBERT L SR DIXON, RONEUE G DIXON, SCOTT R DIXON, STEVENSON T JR DIXON, THOMAS WIll 008SON, SENETRIA V DONNA, MEUSSA M DONNEll, DEVIN D DORSETT, ARTHUR G DOSTER, DARlNE DOSTON. 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Elder Neal Phillips served as Master of Ceremony The speaker of the day was Superintendent Williams. Oth e r program participants were: Minister Gary Hird, Minister Jerome Fortson and the TWCD Adult Choir. Some of the other leaders and/or m embers in attendance during the weekend were: Yvette Jordan, Steven and Tonette Christianson; Minister Paulette Mack, Regina Phillips, Caroline Hird, Bishop Anthony Lawrence, Mother Mamie Barnum, Mother Ruby Axson, Mother Ollie Smart, Mother Chola Little, Mother Princess Fortson, Mother Gennell Jordan, Belinda McDonald, Deloris Landers, Minister Anthony and Myrtice Landers. Others included Deacon Leon and Gwendolyn Williams, Minister Fred and April Sears, Evelyn Murphy, Virginia Mister, Ann Fortson, Jill Glass, Chola Little, Courtney Phillips, J akayla Glass, Jalyssa Glass, Albert FL 33579 DRAPE, DOuGLAS J FL 33607 DREW, RUSSELl D Faison, II, Khyla Faison Johnson and Adrina Allen. Tassie Fai on Daniell Smith, Juanita Jon Deacon Glenn oilier Deborah Daise Meri a Landers Michael Shaw II, Deacon Matthew Mack, Mark and Albedean Nash, Deacon Neil and Carolyn Cowan, Amos and Yvette Landers, Deacon A1 and Patricia Smith, Ronita Durant, Tenae Allen, Deacon Ruben and Mae Allen, Keith and Terri Cox, Florence Davidson, Bryan Smith, Ashley Smith, Monroe Jackson and a host of others were also in attendance. L. B. Brown House Festival A former s lave turne d entrepreneur, Lawrence Bernard Brown, built the L. B. Brown Hou se in 1892 It is now listed in the National Registry of Florida Historic Preservation Sites. On Friday, February 12th through Sunday, February 14th, The Brown House, located at 470 Second Avenue in Bartow, will host the 10th Annual L. B. Brown Festival. Vendors are expect ed from all over the State of Florida. The conclusion of the 10th annual festival will be Sunday's Gospel Extravaganza featuring vari ous gospel groups and per formers. 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THOMAS 11121 R06ERTS LN DYE, JACQUEUNE L 1102 ASKEW DR DYER, STARLA R 1605 SANOY RIDGE DR APT R302 FL 33618 FL 33594 FL 33614 FL 33584 FL 33612 FL 33614 FL 33610 FL 33605 FL 33563 FL 33619 FL 33612 FL 33647 FL 33604 FL 33604 FL 33612 FL 33603 FL 33604 Fl 33680 FL 33619 Fl 33619 FL 33605 Fl 33566 FL 33610 FL 33617 Fl 33579 FL 33605 FL 33617 FL 33613 FL 33647 FL 33680 FL 33610 FL 33684 FL 33609 FL 33607 FL 33603 Fl 33618 Elder Thomas Fai on Jr. Florida ntin l Bull tin Pr id nt/ mptr 11 r B 'lythe Andrew III Auburndal Hi h ho I Coach Paul Green and Roy Calhoun of Polk ity, as each of them ce l ebrat another natal d ay on February 10th. Ma y th e Lord bless eac h of you with m a ny, many mor e birthdays! Shaw Nuf Shout-Out This we e k's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes out to fans of the N e w Orleans Saints and the Indianapolis Colts ... as you prepare for Super Bowl XLIV frenzy this w ee k end. May the best team win! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Ntif Talk wants to hear from you. Share your exciting news and/or photo s of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Shaw-NtifTalk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@ yahoo.com or (863) 513-8437 LUTZ FL 33549 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33618 TAMPA FL 33610 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 TAMPA FL 33610 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 TAMPA FL 33617 TAMPA FL 33612 PlANT CITY Fl 33565 TAMPA FL 33605 TAMPA FL 33607 TAMPA Fl 33604 RUSKIN FL 33570 WTZ FL 33548 TAMPA Fl 33613 TAMPA FL 33610 TAMPA Fl 33612 TAMPA FL 33619 TAMPA FL 33612 RIVERVIEW Fl 33578 TAMPA FL 33624 TAMPA Fl 33672 GIBSONTON FL 33534 LUTZ Fl 33558 RIVERVIEW FL 33578 BRANDON Fl 33511 TAMPA Fl 33603

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NeWHOUSing Communitv RibbonConing Ceremonv Held BARTOWThe Lak e land Housing Authority (LHA) in part nership with the Lakeland-Polk Housing Corporation, recently compl eted the construction of The Manor at West Bartow, a 100-unit affordable senio r buildjng for persons age 62 and older. On December 7, 2009, the Bartow Chamber hosted the ribbon-cut ting ceremony for the new housing community Amenities include congregate dining, security cameras, utility allowances, on-site manager, exercise room laundry rooms on each of the three floors, a community room, emergency call ser vice in each unit and a library. The prop erty is being managed b y Royal American Management. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf) LHA Commissioners Carrie Oldham, Daryl Johnson and Molly McHugh (center) prepare to cut the ribbons at The Manor at West Bartow . Herb LHA Executive Director, is shown with LHA Commissioner Carrie Oldham and LHA Commissioner Daryl Johnson. Is Now Accepting Enrollment Into Our Security Class For Your "D" License Keys Made 24 Hour And 16 Hour Certification Flexible Schedules Call (813) 621-7225 Fax (813) 621-7226 79 And Up e Latex Flat White Painl ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. Polk Countv Remembers Dr. Manin luther King, Jr. On Saturday, January 16, 2010, several cities in Polk County honored the memO(} of ivil rights leader, the late 'Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by way of parades. Parades were held in Haines City, Lake Wales and Lakeland. It was reported that the Winter Haven parade was two hours lon g with many high schoo l band businesses and community organizations participating. Throughout the county, various organizations held other eve nt s and activiti in honor of this great leader. The Florida Sentinel's Polk County Columnist photographed some of the participants of the Lakeland parade. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf) Members of Interfaith Action of Southwest Florida are shown here. ., ::D 0 ., m m ::D c: )> ::D -<

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------, -c ass IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-026096 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC -SERIES 2009A (Plaintiff) vs. ROSA PEREZ and MARGARITA CANDELARIO and all unknown parti e s claimi n g by, through, under and against the above named Defendants who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown a re persons, heirs, devisees, grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ROSA PEREZ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MARGARITA CANDELARIO; PLANTATION HOMEOWNERS INC.; WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL FLORIDA INC.; CAPITAL ONE BANK (USA) N.A.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the F inal Judgmen t/ Order entered January 28, 2010 in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as ; LOT 35, WINGATE VILLAGE UNIT Ill ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 50 PAGE 13, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder, for cash, at 2:00 P.M., on the 2nd Floor Rooms 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street Tampa Florida 33602 on May 7, 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5% ) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12: 00 p .m the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OFTHIS LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. J..! ATTN : PERSONS WITH If ye.u;ara,a _person with.:; a disability who needs any accommodations in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.. Please contact Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, R oom 605 George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St. Tampa FL 33602; telephone (813) 272-7040, within two (2) working days of your receipt of this Notice; if you are hearing impaired, call 1-800-955-8n1 ; if you voice impaired call 1-800-955-8no. Dated thi s 1st day of February 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT B y : / s / EBONY McCLENDON DEPUTY CLERK PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE Hillsborough County Canvassing Board The H illsborough County Canvass ing B oard will meet on the f ollowing d t es t o conduct logte nd accuracy testing on the v o t ing and tabulation system canvass and proc ess abs nte ballots canvass and process provisional ballots. canvass election ret urns certify e l ec tion results and receive qu ries from t h e public f or the February 23. 20 1 0 Special General Elec t ion f o r S t a t e R epresen t a t ive. Dist ric t 58. The meetings will take place at the H illsborough C o u n t y Super v isor of Elec t ions R ober t L. Gil der E lec tion s S ervice C ente r l oca t e d a t 2514 N orth F alkenb urg R oad T ampa F l orida. Them t i ngs r o p e n t o the pub lic. F e bruary 10, 2010 a t 11:00 a .m.-The Canvassi n g B oar d will meet t o con d u c t a l ogic and acc uracy t s t o n the automa tic vot i n g a n d t abulation s yst e m tha t w ill b e used t o r eco r d and tabula t e v o tes f or e rly v o t ing, e l e cti o n d a y vot ing and absentee v o ting The Board m a y also discuss othe r m at1ers r e l a t ing t o the F e br uar y 23, 2010 Spe c i a l G e n e r a l Ele cti o n February 18, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. -The Canv a s s ing Board will meet t o c anvass a bsentee b allo t s and r eceive queries fro m the pub l i c about the a bsentee b a llots for the F e bruary 2 3 2 010 Spec i a l G e n e r a l Electi o n All absente e b allots re c e ived for thi s e l e cti o n prior to and on F e bruary 18, 2 010 will b e canvass e d a t 4:0 0 p m Any member of the publi c who wishe s to e x a min e these b a llot s s h ould be present no late r than 4 : 00 p.m. The ballots will b e pr o c esse d imm e diat ely aft e r the canvass o f the ballots ; how e ver they will not b e count e d until 7 : 00 p m o n F e bru ary 23, 2 010 February 1 9 2010 a t 9 : 00a.m.-The C anvassing Board will meet t o pr ocess a bsentee b allo t s receiv d for this e l e cti o n pri o r t o and o n F e bru ary 1 8 2 010 Any m e mb e r o f the pub l i c who wis h es t o e x a min e these ballot s shou l d b e pr e s ent no l a t e r tha n 9 : 00 a.m. These b allot s will b e pr ocesse d o n F e bru ary 19, 20 1 0 ; howev e r the y will n o t b e c ount e d unti l 7 : 00 p m o n F e bru ary 2 3 2 010 F e bru ary 22, 2010 a t 11 :30 a.m T h e C anvass ing Board wil l meet t o c anv ass and pr oces s t h e absentee ballot s received for this e l ectio n pr i or to and o n F e bruary 22, 2 010 Any m e mb e r o f the public w h o wishes to e xami n e these ballot s s hould b e pr esent no late r tha n 11 :30 a m These b allo t s will be ope ned and processed ; howe ver the y will n ot be c o unt e d until 7 : 00 p .m on F e bru ary 2 3 2 010 F e bruary 23, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. -The Canvassing B oard will meet t o can v ass all re maining absentee ballots received subsequent to the las t Canvas s ing Board meeting. Any member o f the public who wishes to exa min e these ballots should be pres ent no l a t e r tha n 7:00 p.m. Th e Canvas s ing Board will then begin the tabulation for all ballots for the February 23, 20 10 Special Ge n era l Election February 25, 2010 at 4:00 p m -The Canvassing Board will meet to canvass and process the provi s ional ballots cast for this election. Any m embe r o f the public who w ishes to examine thes e ballots should b e present no l a ter than 4:00 p.m. Pro cess ing o f these b allo t s will begin immediately after they are canvassed At the completion of the pr o visional ballot canvass and processing, the Canvassing Board will meet to certify the unofficial results o f the February 23, 201 0 Special General Election The Canvassing Board may need to reconvene at times or dates oth e r than those specified above If so, the date and time will be posted at; the main office of the Supervisor of Election s located on the 16th floor of the County Center at 601 E Kennedy Blvd in Tampa the Elections Service C ente r in the lobby of the Hillsborough County Courthouse and on the Supervisor of Elections website at www votehillsborough org If any elector or candidate present at the above meetings believes that any absentee ballot is illegal due to any defect apparent on the Voter's Certificate he or she may at any time before the ballot is removed from the envelope file with the Canvassing Board a protest against the canvass of such ballot specifying the precinct the ballot, and the reason he or she believes such ballot to be illegal. No challenge based upon any defect in the Voter's Certificate shall be accepted after the ballot has been removed from the mailing envelope. NOTE: Persons are advised that if they wish to appeal any decision made by the Canvassi ng Board during the canvass of absentee ballots, provisional ballots, or the logic and accuracy tests, they will need a record of the proceedings and for such purpose, they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and upon whj1J.. the appeal is to be based per Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes. Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR) Desired Please Call (813) 310-8608 For Details Barbers Needed Is/ Earl Lennard Supervisor of Elections Hillsborough County, Florida Driver Needed For Busy, 1-45 Or Older Experience In Growing Establishment! Supreme Styles Barber Shop Elderly And Disabled Care. Clean Driving Record And Criminal Background. 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0 .,... 0 N 1/) > a: < => a: m w u.. c a: u.. c a: u.. c z < c en w => I-f:[ w > w c w J: en ::J m => D.. z i= w ..J ..J => m ..J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ..J u.. m I CD ,.... w CJ II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR DISPLAY ADVERTISING CONCESSION TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AJRPORT The Author i ty is seek ing qual i fied firms or individuals desiring to be considered for this project The RFP documents will be available on the website February 8 2010 at www tampaairport com; A i rport Bus i ness Notice of Solic i tations For questions regarding the RFP contact Debbie North ington at 813-870-7805 CIVIL DIVISION IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA IN THE COUNTY COURT FOR THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Case No.: 09-CC-014669 DIVISION M TAMPA BAYSHORE VILLAS CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. (Plaintiff) vs. SHIRLEY KIMBLE DEAK (Defendant) AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the case pending in the County Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County Florida Case No.: 09-CC-14669 Division M", the undersigned Clerk will sell the properties situated in said county described as: Unit 3 TAMPA BAYSHORE VILLAS CONDOMINIUM as Described in and Subject to the covenants and Conditions in the Declaration of Condominium Recorded in Official Records Book 387 4 on Page 523 of the public records of Hillsborough County Florida. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 2:00P.M., on March 5. 2010 in the Second Floor Lobby of the in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 201/202 Tampa, Florida Any person claiming an interest in the surplus proceeds from the sale if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodations In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 605, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse BOO E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602; telephone (813) 272-7040, within two (2) working days of your receipt of this Notice; if you are hearing impaired, call 1-80Q-955-8n1 ; if you voice impaired, call 1-80Q-955-Bno. Dated this 28th day of January 201 0. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/ TONY A TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK View Our Website @ www.Osentine.lcom II TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) DOCUMENT NUMBER Q-008-10 OUTSIDE COUNSEL EMPLOYMENT I LABOR The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting Requests for Qualif ications (RFQ) from qualified individuals and/or firms to provide legal services as outside counsel, advising and representing the TPA regarding employment and labor matters Requests for Qualif icati ons from Interested individuals and/or firms must be received by the Tampa Port Authority Procurement Department Fourth Floor, 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa FL 33602, up to and until 1:00 p m., Wednesday March 3 2010 after which all proposals will be opened publicly No proposals will be accepted after this date and time. The RFQ documents are available through the DemandStar System (www demandstar com) or through a link on the TPA web site (www.tampaport.com). TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SSE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9% ) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the submittals Questions concerning the RFQ should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813} 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport.com or by fax at (813) 905 5050 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ANIMAL CARE ASSISTANT $19 905 BUYER $35,838 CHILD CARE LICENSING INSPECTOR (LIMITED DURATION) CLAIMS SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE II CUSTODIAN ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN II $31, 512 $34,361 $18,158 $24,752 See our web site at http : //www hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AAIEEO Employer THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 64 YEARS It's in Our Hands Ap ly Now! Brooksville Local Census Office Temporary, part time positions CeUJS Takers Crew Leader! Crew I.eam Assistants Recruiting AslistaDts Ceosus Cletb Census jobs offer: .f $8.25 -12 .5Mr .f paid training .f flex hB up to 40/wk .f mileage reimlmement .fworkncaryourboole You may qualify if you: .f are 18 oc older .f have a valid SSN .f pass a backgroond cherk .f take and pass written test .f can work up to 40 hrs per wetk during the day Call or mit www .201 Ocensusjobs.gov u.s. c-...... ,.. ()ppeltiiiiJ,.....,.. US C!l'ISUS IIVRIAU NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD IN RE: Th e Practice Of Contracting Richard Terrell Souza d/b/a Souza & Associate s General Contractor Inc. 1022 Sail Winds Boulevard South Unit H1 01 Largo, FL 33773 And 13457 Belcher Rd. S Largo FL 33771 CASE NO.: 2008-G05965 LICENSE NO.: CBC 060087 The Department of Business and Professional Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint against you, a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, Jamie Duran, Service of Process Unit, D epa rtm e nt of Business and Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe Str eet, Suite 33, Tallahassee FL 32399-2206, (850) 488 0062 If no contact has been mad e by you concerning the above by March 19, 2010 the matter of the Admini strati v e Complaint will be presented at a hearing pursuant to 120 .57(2), F.S. before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilit ies Act persons needing a special accommodation to part ici pate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency send ing notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice Telephone: (850) 257-6097 ; 1-800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v) via Florida Relay Service Jobs 4 USA/Felons Looking 4 Work & Can't Find Any? 1 ,OOO's Of Money Making Jobs & Opportunities Available 16-65 Start Today No Experience Felons Welcome For More Information And Location CaJI (813) 965-7991

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the C ity Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Munic1pal Code E nforcement Hea ring Master has scheduled a publ ic hearing on April 7 2010 at 9 :00a. m to hear the below lis ted cases wh ic h are i n violation of the C ity of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address. code section violated, and legal description of sub j ect property in that order The hearing will be held i n C ity Council Chambers 3rd F loo r C i ty Hall, 315 E Kennedy B lvd., T ampa F lorida. Aff ec t ed property owners will be given the opportunity to d iscuss the alleged v i olations. Shou ld anyone have any questions regarding these cases p lease call the Off ice o f the C i ty Clerk at ( 813 ) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any dec i s io n made by the C ode Enforcement H eari ng M aster with res p ect to any matter cons i de r e d a t the meeting o r hea r i n g the y w ill need to e nsur e a verbat i m reco r d of t he p r oceed i ngs i s m ad e whi c h r eco r d i ncl u des th e test i mony and ev i dence upon w hich t he a pp e a l is t o be base d CASE # 09-12232 CASE # 09-16967 CASE # 09-20222 AMARO ROSEMARIE BENNETT AUTUMN STACY, JOHNNY 1108 E. SLIGH AVE., 1909 E. EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL 3010 E. CHELSEA ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 19-49 TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-50 BIG OAKS SUBDIVISION SECTIONS : 19-49, 1950 AND 19 -231 LOT 5 BLOCK 6 19-233 19-234 VALKENWAL 157928.0000 HAMNER S W E GEORGE LOT 39 LESS PART FOR RD CASE# 09-17517 WASHINGTON CARVER SUB DESC AS BEG AT SW COR FIRST BOSTON CREDIT INC. LOT 12 BLOCK 5 AND RUN N 11. 2 FT ETO E 1822 E. 17TH AVE., 157003.0000 BDRY S 11. 7 FTTO SECOR TAMPA, FL & WTO BEG SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 CASE # 09-20268 169712 0000 AND 19-50 PEACH STATE PROPERTY CUSCADEN S SUBDIVISION MGMT LLC C/0 TOM KUHN CASE# 09-12617 W 17 Y2 FT OF LOT 5 AND E REG AGENT DIAZ ANNIE M., LIFE Y2 OF LOT 6 BLOCK 3 1609 E POINSETTIA AVE ESTATE GRIFFITH, TONYA 187601 0000 TAMPA FL 2109 E. DIANA ST., SECTIONS: 19-46 1947 TAMPA FL CASE# 09-18310 19-49 19-50 19-238 SECTIONS : 19-4 9 1 9-5 0 ESTRADA, GLORIA TAMPA OVERLOOK AND 195 6 1512 E. LAMBRIGHT ST., LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 67 E 105 FT OF N \4 OF NE \4 TAMPA, FL 144 762 0000 OF SE \4 OF NE \4 SECTIONS : 19-49 1950 LESS E 25 FT AND N 25 FT AND 19-231 CASE # 09-20356 FOR RD EMOR Y HEIGHTS GUTIERREZ SONJIA 150 2 38 0000 S 1 00 FT OF LOT 19 & S 1 00 2109 E 93RD AVE, FT OF E 22. 5 FT OF LOT 20 TAMPA FL CASE# 09-13875 1 50861 0000 SECTIONS: 1 9 -46 1 9-4 7 MARSHALL, ANTONIA CASE# 09-18664 194 9 1 9 -50 1 9 23 2 19-2 33 ESTATE OF VIDAL KNOOIE E. AND AND 19-2 34 1201 E. NORFOLK ST., RUIZ FENANDO HILLSBORO HIGHLANDS TAMPA, FL 7010 N. PALMETTO LN., MAP SECTION : 19 -231 TAMPA, FL LOTS 5 AND 6 BLOCK 13 BACHMAN S RESUB SECTION: 19-232 145049 0000 LOTS 4 AND 5 TEMPLE CREST UNIT NO 3 170143 0000 LOT 17 BLOCK 57 CASE # 09-20511 148758 0000 MATOS, FELIX G AND CASE # 09-13977 RODRIGUEZ, LAO, ERIK CASE # 09-18845 ALTAGRACIA M. AGUILAR, YAKIRA MCGRIFF, ANGELA 2014 E LINEBAUGH AVE., 3203 E. NORTH BAY ST., 8612 N. ALASKA ST., TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 SECTIONS : 19-49 19-50 SECTIONS: 19-49 19-50, AND 19-50 19-233 AND 19-234 AND 19-47 TAMPA OVERLOOK ALTAMIRA HEIGHTS SULPHUR SPRINGS LOT 7 AND E 20 FT OF LOT LOT 5 BLOCK 7 ADDITION 8 BLOCK 61 156135 0000 LOT 11 AND E Y2 CLOSED 144691 0000 ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON CASE # 09-15393 CASE# 09-19035 CASE # 09-20516 VALENZUELA, JAVIER E CURZ, ANGEL WORTHY VELINA A. AND PINEYRO PAOLA A. 2502 E. POINSETTIA AVE. 2309 E 112TH AVE., 4314 N 35TH ST., TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-50 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47, SECTIONS: 19-46 19-47 AND 19-233 19-49 AND 19-50 19-49 AND 19-50 OAK TREE ALTMAN COLBY SHERWOOD HEIGHTS LOT 1 0 BLOCK 1 SUBDIVISION 1ST UNIT NO 3 156635 0000 ADDITION W 25 FT OF LOT 9 AND E 40 LOT 2 BLOCK 1 0 FT OF LOT 1 0 BLOCK 4 CASE# 09'-15579 143088 0000 141 053 0000 BENNETT ROBERT LEE AND MERCADO JOSE CASE # 09-19340 CASE # 09-20631 10303 N. 19TH ST., ADAMS MONROE Ill AND COWAN SUZETTE G. TAMPA FL ADAMS MAJOR IE T. 10405 N. 21st ST., SECTIONS : 19 -46 19 47 1612 E. IDLEWILD AVE., TAMPA FL 19-49 AND 19-50 TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 TAMPA OVERLOOK SECTION : 19-49 19-49 AND 19-50 N LOTS 15 AND 16 LOT BEG 529 .72 FT E OF SW TILSEN MANOR BLKS 2 3 BLOCK 76 COR OF NW \4 OF NW \4 OF 4 5 6 8 9 10 11' 13 16, 144862 0000 SE \4 & RUNE 50FT N 138 .66 17 18 FT W 50FT & S 138 66 FT TO BEG LESS S 25 FT FOR ST LOT 14 BLOCK 6 CASE# 09-16921 150307 0000 141343 0000 ORLANDO G. BAEZ AND URIAS BAEZ CASE # 09-19702 CASE # 09-20899 1507 E. SEWAHA ST., LLERAS LEONARD AND DEONARAIN DHARMA C. TAMPA FL 9806 N. BROOKS ST., AlB LLERAS CARMEN TAMPA FL SECT I ONS : 19-233 9302 N. 17TH ST., TAMPA FL SECT I ONS : 19-233 19-2 3 4 AND 19-2 34 SECTIONS : 19 46 194 7 19 46 19 -47 1 9-49 19-50 TAMPA OVERLOOK 19-4 9 AND 19-50 AND 19231 ( 15 ) LOTS 7 AND 8 BLOCK 7 TAMPA OVERLOOK TAMPA OVERLOOK 14430 8 0 000 LOT 10 BLOCK 8 LOT 3 BLOCK 32 144 317 0000 1 444 93 0000 "TI ::D 0 }< ., m OJ ::D c NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING )> APRIL 7 2010 CONTINUED CASE # 09-21446 CASE # 0 9-2222 1 01 AJF AND JMM CANTALOUPI MELVIN G 1\) ENTERPRISES LLC C / 0 0 AND CANTALOUPI ..... ANTHONY FONSECA MGRM KATHLEEN G 0 912 E BUSCH BLVD., 10215 N 27TH ST TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 20 .5-13, A N D TAMPA FL 20 5 -15 SECTIO N S : 19-47, 19-49 G A TEWAY SU BDIVI S ION AND 19-50 LOT 8 L ESS Rf\N F OR S R ALTMAN COLBY LAK E 580 AND S Y'l C LO SE D S UBDIV ISI ON ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON LOT 6 BLO C K 6 BLOCK 1 LESS RD Rf\N 145862 0000 1 43 1 9 0 000 0 CASE # 09-21507 CASE # 09-22238 AJF AND JMM GREEN LEE M. ENTERPRISES LLC C/0 9312 N. ELMER ST ANTHONY FONSECA MGRM TAMPA FL 901 E. 93RD AVE. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-4 7 19 5 0 SECTIONS : 20 5 13 AND TAMPA OVERLOOK 27 -241 LOTS 4 AND 5 BLOCK 9 TEMPLE BRASKA 144326 0000 LOTS 7 TO 11 INCL LESS SR 580 Rf\N AND LOT 12 LESS CASE # 09-22597 ADD L Rf\N FOR SA 45 & TILEY, MICHAEL AND CLOSED ALLEYS ABUTTING SAID LOTS TILEY ISABEL 145962.0000 9305 N. 46TH ST., TAMPA, FL ., CASE# 09-21509 SECTION 1 9 5 0 r-AJF AND JMM T E RRAC E PARK 0 ENTERPRISES LLC C/0 SUBDIVI S ION ::D ANTHONY FONSECA MGRM LOT S 22 TO 25 INCL 0 907 E 93RD AVE., )> TAMPA FL BLOCK 4 en SECTIONS : 20.5-13, AND 141726 0000 m 27-241 z GATEWAY SUBDIVISION CASE # 09-22743 ..... LOTS 5 BLOCK 1 LESS DEBLASIO RICHARD J z SOUTH 21 FT THEREOF 1005 E. NORFOLK ST., m AND EAST Y2 OF CLOSED r-TAMPA, FL I ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON OJ LOT 6 BLOCK 1 AND NORTH SECTION 1 9 5 0 c Y2 OF CLOSED ALLEY VALK E NWAL r-ABUTTING THEREON LOT 28 r-145859.0000 169703.0000 m :j CASE # 09-21885 CASE # 09-22816 z BENNETT AUTUMN STOKES TANISHA -o 9405 N. 10TH ST., TAMPA FL c 8304 N ALASKA ST OJ SECTION : 19 47 TAMPA FL c GATEWAY SUBDIVISION SECTION S : 1 9 49, 19234 en LOT 3 & W \/2 CLOSED S ULPHUR SPRINGS :I: ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON ADDITION m BLK 11 0 145918 0000 LOT 15 BLOCK 21 AND E m Y2 OF CLOSED ALLEY < CASE# 09-21918 ABUTTING THEREON m KIRK, ROBERT S 146404 0000 ::D -< KIRK, CHRISTINA M. CASE # 09-23052 ..... 9617 COMMERCE ST., c TAMPA, FL TAYLOR, KEITH JEROME m SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 8117 N. KLONDYKE ST., en c 19-49 AND 19-50 TAMPA, FL ?< THOMPSON'S ADDITION TO SECTIONS : 19 -49 19 50 TAMPA OVERLOOK 19-46, 19-234 )> LOT 18 BLOCK 3 SULPHUR SPRINGS z 1451 03 0000 ADDITION c LOT 1 & W Y2 CLOSED ., CASE # 09-21925 ALLEY ABUTTING ON E :D LINDA VIEG BLOCK 48 c 9504 N. 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL 146755 0000 ?< SECTIONS : 19-233 19-234 19-231 (15) CASE # 09-23377 GATEWAY SUBDIVISION SHEFFIELD-CLARK LOT 6 AND E Y2 OF CLOSED VANESSA D ALLEY ABUTTING ON W 914 E IDA ST., TAMPA, FL BLOCK SECTION 19 -49 13145936 0000 BUFFALO CASE # 09-21933 E 11 FT OF LOT 5 AND W 44 FT OF LOT 6 BLOCK 3 BELTRE MOISES 172300 0000 9404 N. 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL CASE # 09-23440 SECTIONS : 19 -46 19-47 CROWELL ALLEN 19-49 AND 19-50 2618 E CHELSEA ST., GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TAMPA, FL LOT 7 AND E Y2 OF CLOSED SECTION 19 56 ALLEY ABUTTING ON W ENGLEWOOD BLOCK LOT 25 BLOCK 7 145929 0000 155730.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK' S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOPR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTI E S MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING C) m SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES ...... CITY CLERK <0 I OJ

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FLORIDA SENTINEL SECTION 65 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 2010 c

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0 c; Salutin Black Businesses 1.0 > a: < :::,) a: CD w LL. 0 a: u.. c a: LL c z < c en w :::,) .... > a: w > w c w J: en ::::; m :::,) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::,) m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL (.) I C\1 w C) Central Avenue: It's Beginning The a r ea knm .. n as His t oric Central Avenue was l ess than on e s quare mile in diameter. H owever, th e area was th e hom e o f more than 100 Black-owned and operated businesses. The area actually began taking s hape at the turn of th e century. One of the first businesses established on Central Avenue was a Vaude ville Show called the Rabbit 's Foot Production. Patrick Chappelle was from Jacksonville and h e was the owner of th e Rabbit 's Foot Production Compan y in 1903. H e brought W. C. Handy, Ray Charles, and many ot h ers to Tampa and that was the beginning of Central Avenue. The com pany was ba se d in Tampa, but the people would board the train and travel all over the country It was one of th e larg es t Vaudeville Shows in the country. Busin essme n such as Moses White, who O\med a n d o p e r a t e d two r e t aur a nt s; C. Blythe Andrews o p e n e d th e F lorida Sentinel Bulletin new pap e r in 1945; Watts Sanderson, who owned the Blue R oom; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joyner, owners of the Cot ton C lub ; the Pink Palac e Beauty Salon, owned and op erated by Ms. Camilla Hills; R ogers D ine r owned b y sis t ers Ozepher Harris a nd Allie Hagans; Johnny Gra y's Cigar Store, Centra l Th ea t e r Lincoln Theat e r McArthur's Studio, the Palac e Drug Store the Greek Stand Harlem Branch Library H e lping Hand Day care, and numerou s others, opened on Central Ave. The Cotton Club hosted Black celebrities both just beginning their careers, such as Ray Charles, and those established such as Ella Fitzgerald. Ray Charles wrote his Saluting Our PAST Honoring Our PRESENT Dreaming Of Our FUTURE DORETHA EDGECOMB Hillsborough Cou nty School Board Member District 5 Honoring the past. Inspiring the future. Celebrate Black History Month Hillsborough County Commission District 1 for wtth fvnds. Springfield COLLEGE School Of Human Services Tampa Bay Campus 1-800-724-2778 Luthtr Xing .k./r MIS II shklingiiiDIIII!nta about Sprlngfitid first song entitled, "I Found My Baby There," in 1948. He lived at 813 Short Emory Street, at the time and not only wrote the hit song, but recorded it at his home as well. The street later became a part of the Perry C. Harvey, Sr., Park. Charles played in both Tampa and St. Petersburg, and his song was also known as the "St. Pete Blues." Another little known fact about Central Avenue is that it was the birthplace of the dance, the Twist. According to legend, Hank Ballard and his band, the Mid nighters were in town per forming when he observed a group of children dancing. Ballard reportedly wrote the music for the Twist, but stations were reluctant to play his music. Later, Dick Clark heard the song and re cruited Ernest "Chubby" Evans to sing it. Evans was working in at a poultry com pany and would sing for the customers. Clark created the stage name of Chubby Checker for Evans, the opposite of Fats Domino. Once Clark took interest in the song, the dance and the song exploded on the charts. In addition to the area being a booming business district, before its demise in the 1960s, Central Avenue also served as a residential area for more than 3,000 people who lived in Central Park. Restaurant Served As Gathering Place MOSES WHITE ... Businessman In 1932, businessman Moses White opened the doors of the Cozy Corner Restaurant as well as the Palm Dinette on Central Avenue. Cozy Corner became more than a restaurant, but a gathering place as well. African American busi nessmen would gather at the facility to discuss all types of topics ranging from music to life in Tampa. White also established himself as an advocate and pioneer for the African American community, draw ing respect across the racial barriers. In 1967, after a white of ficer shot and killed a Black teenager in the Central Park Public Housing Complex, young Blacks began rioting White helped to restore order in the area garnering the respect of both Blacks and whites. The riots also bad an ad verse affect on Black busi nesses on Central Avenue, already plagued b y Urban Renewal. In 1977, White moved his restaurant to Main Street in West Tampa. He died in 1984. Businessman Operates Bijou Theater DAMON IRELAND THOMAS Tampa Businessman Damon Ireland Thomas, a native of New Orlean s, launched his career as a manager in Charleston South Carolina, as the man ager of the Lincoln Theater. In 1904, Thomas was managing the Vaudeville Show, Rabbit 's Foot Produc tions for entertainment en trepreneur Patrick H. Chappelle. In 1916, Thomas was the New Orleans District man ager for the Lincoln Motion Picture Company's national film distribution organiza tion. Three years later, in 1919, Thomas and Harry Gant co-directed "A Man's Duty" for the Lincoln Mo tion Picture Company. He also managed the Bijou Theater located in Tampa during the 1920s. For much of that era, Thomas also wrote a weekly newspaper column on motion pic tures for the Chicago Defender. Thomas is also credited with helping to organize the Theater Owner s Booking Ass ociation (T.O.B.A), an African American va udeville circuit.

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G.D. Rogers Established Several Businesses G. 0. Rogers was a n a s tut e bu s ine ss man who operated se veral est ablis hm en t s durin g his lifetim e A native of Georgia, Rogers mov e d t o Florida a as a young man and set tl ed in Braden ton. However his activities were not restricted to that area of the state and he became well known as an entrepreneur during his lifetime. Rogers is credited with having several businesses in cluding his first as the owner of a drying clean ing and tailoring business in Bradenton. He was also the owner of the Rogers Hotel, located on historic Central Avenue. The hotel welcomed everyone ranging from startup enter tainers to those who were firmly established such as Ella Fitzgerald, James Brown, as G. D. ROGERS w ell a s a thlet es and o th ers who _ite d Ti1mpa. He l a t e r sold th e h o t el. He is a l so credited with b e in on of th k y figures in th e founding of th ntral Lif In ur ance Comp a n ) in 1922. Oth rs involv d in th venture th a t provided in surance t o Blacks in cluded McLeod Bethune a nd C. Blythe Andrews, found e r of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin n ews p aper. The office was first es t ablis hed on Harrison Street, but lat e r relocated to North Boulevard. He later served as its pres id e nt. He died in 1951. Stre ets and other faciliti es throughout Cen tral Florida pay tribute to hi s memory by bear ing his name including the Rog e r s Park Golf Course, in Tamp a FOX13 congratulates the Tampa Bav Black Heritage Festival tor 10 vears ot proud service to our communitv. F E S T I V A L Celebrating Tampa Bay's Heart and Soul : r!IJ nr,. TAMPA BAY TMFOX FOI13 is a proud sponsor ol the Tampa Bav Black Heritage Festival. m tD :D c )> JJ 1\) 0 .... 0 r-0 ::!':! 0 )> CJ) m z m r-1 tD c r r-z "tJ c tD l en :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -4 c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 JJ 0

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Saluting Black Businesses U') > a: <( ;:) a: Ill w u. c a: LL c IE u. c z c( c en w w > w c w :I: en ::i m ;:) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. Entrepreneur savs You ust Have Passion For Business More than 30 years ago, a teenager began working as a means of h e lping out. How eve r h e r e m a in e d at his job a nd b e came th e owner of th e es t a bli s hment when the opportunity presented its e lf Helping Others Opened Doors To OwnershiP Marvin Knight said h e began working for the Oriental Fish Market as a bagger and sweeper on a part-time basis, when it was l ocated in Ybor City H e had no idea at the time, but, as time passed, h e continued to work and advanced through th e ranks. He credits the Mirabella Fam ily with allowing him the opportunity to learn under their guidance. He also realized that b y listening to others, he would learn from their experiences. Although I developed a passion for the business and the seafood industry was one of my passions my goal was to master the industry, Knight said. One of the things he learned that has become a staple in his career is Customer Service I be lieve the customer is the backbone of any business and you must treat people with respect." After graduating from Leto High School, Knight continued MARVIN KNIGHT .. Business Owner his e du ca tion at United Electrical Institute and other facilities of higher l e arning When the oppor tunity came Knight bought the fish market. He was hired by Tampa Elec tric Company, but he maintained his business, bringing family members who shared his ideas in to operate it. Knight said that his philoso phy of treating people right, pro viding a service, and observing ethics and business practices has worked for him. He also said he still has the same passion for the business that he had 34 years ago. BY IR1 B. HOLTO Sentinel City Editor On any g i ven day if one wer to e nt e r J ackson' Mark t orner of 34'h Street and E. Osborne Ave nue, chan es are, Jimmie Jackson will be behind the counter. Another thing one wou ld notice i s hi appeara nce. Jackson always wear a dress s hi1t and tie b eca u se he beli eves that "You s hould always b e presentable. You n v r know w h o is go ing to walk through that door. I got into this business because m y cousin had bought it from Ms. Wolf, but got into trouble I got into this busi ness trying to help someone else. I talked with my attorney and he told m e that I should just buy it." Jackson worked at Cargile Chemical Plant and his wife, Mrs. Annette Jackson, (his wife of 51 years), worked at Tampa General Hospital. They took turns running the business. Jackson said there was only one pe riod of time that he nearly closed the store. At one point when the Honky Tonk was open, the drugs got so bad that I thought about closing. I had a hard time then because I wouldn't let them stay around here. They broke out win dows, flattened my tires and my employ- Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns, Bridges & Dentures On-Site Denture Lab Jimmie Jackson has operated Jackson's Market for more than 40 years. H continues to provide a s rvice for his community. (Photography by BRUN SON). ees' ?res, and did everything th ey co uld. Everyday it was something e ls e. But, I stood up for what was right and I fought them. They are gon e now and I'm still here." HiS routine is to open early, sometimes with gospel music playing over the speakers. But, on Sundays, he's at True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, where he is a founding member and a Deacon. Root Canal Therapy Teeth Whitening Repair & Relines Done On-Site "Complete Dental Care For Ages" Custom Designed Gold Crowns Available 5811 East Broadway Ave. (Off 50th Street) CallAnd Schedule Your Appointment NOW!!!!! (813) 623-1014 Hours: Monday-Friday 8A.M. 5P.M.

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Black Businesses JEANNETrE BRADLEY AME OF COMPANY: What We Could Be, Inc. cadem ic/Life Coaching for Chi ldre n and Teens TN BUSINESS: J a nu ary 2003; inco rp o r a t e a 501c(3)in Ma y 2006. 08 TITLE: Academic/Life Coach for Children an ee n s; Founder ALARY RANGE (Optional): Varies THIS CAREER: As a former Human Resour c ecutive, coaching childre n and t ee n s, allows me t ork with parents and students to build a strong futur orkforce PS TAKEN TO PREPARE: Social Service Wor t Florida Camelot (Director Human Res ources, Tamp e n e r al Ho spi t a l ; General Manager, Human R e ources, CP Ships (International Shipping Company). ounder, What We Could Be, Inc. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: Get thing one by developing relationships with people as part ers ; show unconditional r egard for everyone; believ very child can grow to become what they were pur osed to b e. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: Must be gen in ely int e rested in working with people to h e lp th e ffect real change in their lives. DUCATION: Brandon High School; A. A., Hillsbor ugh Community College, (NJCAA Track and Fiel h ampio n) ; B. A. P sycho logy Florida State University, (Track and Field); Masters work in Human R eso urce evelopmen t ; Certified Life Coach Coach Training As ociation; Toastmasters. SOPHINE BURTON AME OF COMPANY: Sophin e's Swee t Treat IN BUSINESS: 4 Year OB TITLE: Owner THIS CAREER: My Grandmother wa uch a great baker and cook She put h e r hea nt o it. I enjoyed learning from her and want t ass it on through my treat s Baking allows for reative outlet. TEPS TAKEN TO PREP ARE: People rna ink it is easy to be a commercial baker. But i akes years of ex p eri m e nting trial and error. pent many yea rs l earning from m y Grand other, and baking for family and friends. Ther s another route to take and that is to take culina lasses in a formal environment. TRATEGIESTHATWORKFORYOU: I be ieve in the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you ould have them do unto you. Treat people wei do not burn bridges VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: D OU! Find something that appeals to you an n drive revenue. DUCATION: I graduated from high school an am presently working on my Bachelor's in Psy hology. I have been employed in the corporat nvironment for over 10 years. OMPANY: OLD En terpri s (De ter 11ine d t o Lea rn md D v l op) IN BUSlNES : 1 8 Y ears OB TITLE: Motivational p a k e r ALARY RANGE: a l ary ari s THIS CAREER: This care e r h ns b n ery r vardi n g over lh e durati o n o f they ars b in g a se tvnn o mankind. This ca r ee r as a motiv a tion a l s p a k e r iter, and author for m e i a n opportunity of liC me. Not only doe it allow m e to b a plus tooth r TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: I p s tuk n in th 1rs t instinct was a nd is s till to thi day : "Let thi car e a blessing from God! The b ginning con i t d offi nancing this venture out of pocket with d e t e rmination ee king m entors throughout Ame rica to h e lp in writin mi ssion and vision statement. Last ly, with u small earn of believers and supporters in my dr am, promo i o n s and mark tin g b y word of mouth prov d worthy TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: What h a really worked and kept DLD in th y of th e public a t a r ge is n eve r get old. Alway s be willing to t ry s om hing n ew. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: To mak sur ou are fully educated in th a t caree r Seek out the right e of aid that will serve in h e lping yo u conquer thi areer. DUCATION: Graduate of Buffalo Night School, ampa College and man y years of training courses. uWE APPLAUD YOUR PAST & PRESENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS" MATTHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ. THOMAS E. PARNELL. ESQ. ERIC M MOORE. ESQ. OUR FlRM IS RATED "AV BY MARTINDALE-HUBBELL THE HIGHEST RATING fOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD WORLDWIDE. p .......... --------.. -.-.- -.- NOT ONLY DO WE CARE ABOUT FINDING YOU JUSTICE, WE CARE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY. GIBBS AND PARNELL TAKE PRIDE IN FIN DING WAYS TO SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY. IT'S A PARTNERSHIP WE HAVE FORGED WITH YOU TO GIVE BACK TO THOSE AROUND US. FINDING JUSTICE IS OUR BUSINESS. BEING A GOOD CITJ.ZEN AND HELPING THE COMMUNITY IS OUR GOAL. The Hiring If A Lawyer I s An Important Desidan That Should Nol B e Based Solely Upo n Adveni.sement B efore You Decidie Ask Us T o Send You FREE Wrillen ln forma t(o_n_ Abp!fl 0fr. . m m :0 c: > :c -< 1\) 0 ... 0 ., ,.... 0 :c c > C/) m z m r;m c ,.... ,.... m -f z '"tJ c: m ,.... CJ) :I: m c m < m :c -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c :0 c C) m (11 (')

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0 0 N 1/') > a: ex: ::> a: a) w u. Cl a: u. u I (0 w (!J _c( Q. Let Us Celebrate Our PROUD & RICH HERITAGE During BLACK HISTORY MOTH The Honorable Thomas Scott Tampa City Counc ilman District 5 No indi v i dual has any right to come in to the world and go out of it without leaving behind him distinct and legitimate reasons for having passed through it -George W ash ington C a rv e r Ken Hagan Chairman Board Of County Commissioners Saluting E>lack 5usinesses RODERICK 0. FORD AME OF COMPANY: Law Offices of R od rick 0 Ford, PLLC IN BUSINESS: 9 years OB TITLE: Employm e nt W o rk e r' s Com e n sat i o n and Bankruptcy Attorney. VHY THIS CAREER: It focu es on provid n g eco n o mic sec urity to aggrieved or injur e orke rs. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: 7 y ea r s o or m a l trainin g t o b eco m e a m e mb e r of th l orida Bar a nd conti nu ed prof ess ional and e lfed u catio n TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU : dverti s ing in th e F lorida Sentinel r eac h n g o ut to fellow pr o f ess ion a l s a nd bu sines wners, and s tayin g well r ea d and down t art h VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: Sta y focu se d and po s itive ; ge t m e nt o rs, s tud conomics, and have a bu siness and tax s tr a t gy. EDUCATION: G r ad u a t e d from Mor g an Stat e U niv e rsit y with a B. A. in Pol itica l S c i nee and th e Univ e r sity of Illinoi s with a .J.D in Law. KEMI OGUNTEBI aduate degree and law school. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: Knowing my areas of practice, working hard, eing respectful of people and their n ee ds an xpecting the same from clients; being profes ional in handling cases and making efforts t 'mprove my skills. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: ake sure you are interested and you must b 'lli ng to do what you need to do and to wor ard. DUCATION: B. A., M.S. C., and J.D. de DR. GEORGE FOXX AME OF OMPAN\:: Tax Doctor lncotnl 'ax Se1Yire and Fox.x lortgnge Dr. 1.1. EARS IN BUSINES : Over 30 years busi ne ss experience an d former du ntor OB TITLE: Pr esi dent and E THY THIS AREER: A h l oved help ing people and being ab l e t o be a pos itive cf ect up o n them TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: Form 1l e d 1 catio n a nd s tat e certifi atio n TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YO : B eing h o n e t providing c u s t o m e r satisfac i o n m a int a inin g integ1ity, a nd d m o n s trat ecl o mmitm c nl t o cli e nt e l e tha t pr ovid pr o m o te, a nd assure e x celle nt r es ults. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: B e in g a tax accounta nt a nd corr es pond c n e nd e r are excelle nt c h oices EDUCATION: BA, SFSU (So cial Sci e n ces, Bus.) ; MS, NSU (Edu ca tion); Do torate, NSU (Edu c ation) TONYALEWIS AME O F COMPANY: LLC Lawn Mainte nance and Development, former l y Lewi Lawn Care IN BUSINESS: 15 years OB TITLE: Owner THIS CAREER: I lik e to challeng he odds. It's not likely for a African America oman to have a lawn service or to succeed his man y years. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: Busines Janning, educat ing yourself in that field. Have reliable emplo yees and h aving th roper equipment. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: Professionalism at all times, remain mindfu l f others, and merely treat others lik e you ant to be treated. And that will carry yo u usiness a long ways. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: Al ays choose a career that you are going to b atisfied with. Make sure it's a high deman 'n the current market. And make sure it's ben ficial to your future. DUCATION: Graduated high schoo l Busi ess Management, Small Engine Repair, Pro essional Cooking, Women Minority Business, d etc ... -------------.. 1 Check Us Out On Facebook 1 1 And Follow Us On Twitter @ 1 www.twitter .com/FLSENTI NELB .. ---------..... .

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MIRIAM L. SUMPTER-RICHARD AME OF COMPANY: Fresh Start Law Firm P. A. IN BUSINESS: 12 years OB TITLE: Attorney and Counselor-At-Law THIS CAREER: The practice of law al ows me to use my communications skill s and b n advocate for the public by providing a servic at instills public confidence in the legal profes i on. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: My Ps yc holo eg ree allows me t o gain in s ight in verbal an non-verbal behaviors of humans. I took sever a ubli c speaking classes to d eve lop effective co m munication t echniques. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: e in g efficient ethical, and proficient in the area f law tha t I practice. VICE ABOUf CAREER CHOICE: Chaos career that enhances your talents. DUCATION: B. A in P syc hology ; B.S. of Sci n ee, and Juris Doctorate in law. 5t 7111 cftarleJon a ::!Jus. On December 1, 1955, she changed the course of history and inspired us all. !Jlosa ?arklf 1913-2005 HART Hillsborough Area Regional Trans it Authority HA!Uinfo Une 813-254-4278 TDO 813-626-9158 www.goHAf{'f.org ELDER MICHELLE B. PATrY AME OF COMPANY: Michelle B. Patty Attar ey [! Medical Referral ervices IN BUSINESS: 10 year OB TITLE: CEO THIS CAREER: I had a bad experienc 'th a law firm that I ca ll e d from a television ad ertisem ent after I h ad my first ca r acc id en t. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: Pray, then d our research I b eca m e a corporation and filed h e necessary paperwork with local and stat ge nci es as well as with the Florida Bar Associa o n TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: I ork personall y with each cli e nt, making sur at o n e phone cal l to m e takes care of all of m client' s need s. I'm up front and honest with m li e nts. Advertise m ent is a lso k ey. VICE ABOUf CAREER CHOICE: Alwa y make sure that it i s something that you l ove to do. f yo u lo ve what you' r e doing wh e n obstacl e arise, yo u wi ll b e abl e to work through the m. EDUCATION: Graduated from Howard W Blake High School and obtaine d m y Bach e l o r s o Christian Theology, Magna Cum Laud e sso iat nc.-Consu ltin g Engin IN BUSINESS: 1 y ars OB TITLE: Presid nt/ E -Majorit to k o ld e r and C hairman of th Board. ALARY RANGE: (Optional): nlimit d THIS CAREER: Becau I want d t no nl y get a degree in Me c h a ni a l Engin ring with a minor in ommuni catio n but to a lso own m wn Profe i o n a l onsulting E n g in ring firm. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: btain th est educati o n and iona l xp ri n y a n ge t including community ee rin g to learn. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: othing b eats a failure but a try and that yo u h ould n eve r g iv e u p in lif e. Do your hom war and resear ch (Goog l e, t c .). VICE ABOUf CAREER CHOI E : tar a rl y, e ngineering is not ea y or h a rd it i s wha ou want to m a k e it. EDUCATION: Th Un i versity of Iow a, B. ., M c h a ni ca E n g ineerin g, 1977; Tampa atholi Hi g l School, Diploma 1972; and r egist r d Florida Pro ess ion a l Engineer s inc e 1982. m aJ :II c :II -< 1\.) 0 ..... 0 r-0 :II c )> (J) m z -i z m r-1 aJ c rrm ::! z "'C c aJ r-(i) ::z:: m c m < m :II -< -4 c: m (J) c )> z c :II c C) m ....... I 0

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Saluting E>lack E>usinesses l/) >a: ct :::> a: CD w LL. 0 a: LL. c a: u. c z c CJl w ::;) 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: CJl :J m ::;) D. z t= w ..J ..J ::;) m ..J w z t= z w CJl c a: 0 ..J u. 0 I c:o w Cl NATHANIEL PATTERSON, JR. AME OF COMPANY: The Patter son Group IN BUSINESS: 16 years, (fo rm erly Patt erso arketing Group) OB TITLE: Managing Partn e r THIS CAREER: I have b ee n a n entrep r e neur all m ife, from paperboy to lawn s, dance promoter to telemarket ng contractor. As a youngster I realized that the more peo le understood about your vision and services the mor ikely they were to utilize you That started my networkin d eventually my desire to enter the world of marketing an ublic relations. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: I am an avid reader. M om would take me to the library and I befriended some o he Librarians. They showed me business publications an hat opened up a whole new world for me. I attended col eges in Texas and California majoring in Economics an arketing. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: I believe i hiving for excellence. Excellence is providing your clien 'th more than they are expecting. Excellence is treatin veryone with respect. Excellence will get you referrals an aid. Secondly I believe in a strong work ethic, bein rompt, productive and flexible. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: Marketing an ublic relations is a thrilling business with many variations, udgets and outcomes. It is not for the weak at heart. Yo ust produce. Careers, funding and future hiring is relyin n your expert advice and implementation. DUCATION: I believe one should educate yourself a uch as possible. A degree will t ell p eople that yo u hav e the iscipline to stay in school and you have possibly learne omething along the way. Hold Fast The Dreams ... CANDY OLSON School Board Member District 2 PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., DPM oo t Cen t er. IN BUSINESS: 20 years OB TITLE: Podiatric Surgeon. alary Range: $10o,ooo to $8oo,ooo. TffiS CAREER: Immediate r elief o ain (usually); se lf -employed and there ar ot many African American Podiatrists; eing on call is optional and the malpractic nsurance is reasonable. TEPS TAKEN TO PREP ARE: Bache or's Degree, 4 years; Doctor of Podiatri edicine Degree 4 years; and Residency ( o 3 years). TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: isit a podiatric in your area, research th areer on-line, set your goals, have a pia 'A," a plan B," and a plan "C." Major in a pplied Science in undergraduate school (i.e. Pharmacy, Nursing, or Physical Ther py). VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: ything worth pursuing i s going to be hallenge, be prepared and persistent. DUCATION: B. A., Talladega College, 1976; D.P.M., School College of Podiatri edicine 1989. WAYNE L. BRIGHT IN BUSINESS: 30 1rs OB TITLE: Manag e r / Fun r a l Dir tor. THIS CAREER: I wa xpos d t 1is profession as a child wh n m family pur ha se d a funeral home. 1 kn w arly in m y hat thi s was the prof ss ion that 1 want d t urs ue. TEPS TAKEN TO PREPARE: I att nd d h e New England In s titut e of Appli dArt ciences in Bos ton MA, which i s now part o t. Ida College in N ewton, MA. 1 rv d m ppre nticeship at th e Bright Funeral Hom n Provid e nce, RI. TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: Pers eve rance! I faced many challenges in m areer path. There were many setbacks, bu hrough faith in God I was able to overcome econdly, I beli eve in treating peopl th wa I want to be treated. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: I bsolutely l ove what I do, how eve r if you d ot have a passion for it, this i s not the care or you. The funeral industry is constant! hanging. DUCATION: I received my education a he University of Rhode Island and the Ne ngland Institute of Applied Arts & Science. City of Tampa (}3[acftJfistory Committee, Inc Presents

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, JEFFREY L. RHODE S AME O F C O M P ANY: Ray Williams Funera l Home IN B U SINESS: 20 yea r s as co-owne r 30 yea r h e pro f ess i on. OB TITLE: CoO wne r / L ice n se d Fun e ral Dir ector and Em a lm e r THIS CAREER: Thi s wa s a true calling for me. arte d working at th e funeral home at th e age of 17. H e lp i n e family is th e fir s t s t e p of th e g ri evi n g process TEPS TAKEN TO I worked part-time a u gs hl ey' s and Ra y William s Fune ral Homes during hig c hool. I th e n attended Miami Dade Community College an ece iv e d my Associate Degre e in Mortuary Science and passe e State Board Exam TRATEGIES THAT WORK FOR YOU: Keeping up wi h e l a t es t tre nds in th e fune ral indu s try through continuin g e d ca tion a nd seminars, and ke e ping an ope n communica tio th th e p e opl e in the community and the famili e s w e se rve. VICE ABOUT CAREER CHOICE: I would advise any ne interested in this career to work or volunteer at a funera orne prior to pursuing this career or goi ng to schooL The h o uld work in all facets of administration as well as th reparation of human remain s. DUCATION: A. S. Degree in Mortuary Science at Miam ade Community College and Continuing Education Course n Business Management and Political Science. oman Steppe Out On Faith To Start Business BY IRlS B. HOLTO e ntin e l Ci t y Editor If one were to a k l\1 C leo Bill up if there was a ignifican t number in her ion alllfe, the an wer would be, number 11 ee m s to m ark tim s h e p e nds o n a job b efo r e m ov ing on to o m e thin g e l se. Ms. Billups a f o rm e r typ e ette r for th Florida Sentinel Bulletin new p a p e r said I wa s v e r y y oung wh e n I w ork e d a t th e Sentinel. But th ey took m e in and g ave m e the training I n ee d ed. When I decided to open my own business, it was because of what I saw w h ile working there. I was in s pir e d by th e fact that it was a Black owned and op e rat e d famil y business. And that is what made me realize that I could be successfu l a l so I thank God for m y experience at the Sentinel. Ms. Billups worked at the Sentinel for 11 years before she moved on to MS. CLEO BILLUPS ... Stepped out on faith Smith Clin e Laboratori e where she work e d for another 11 years. But, by that time, not only had he grown in confidence, she said she had also grown in God. I pray e d about my vi sion I talk e d about it with my husband, James, and I talked with my family and friends, who supported me in stepping out on my own. It's been 11 years now and I am still operating C l eo Billups Family Home Child Care. While working in the p rat fa ili ty a n d i k p up t o 1 va ryin g A m mb r o f Hi hi nd M. B. hurch Ms. Billups i th daught r of M Alice Seller h i th moth r of 2 on s and grand mother of6. Ms. Billups s aid s h e is now r e ad y to b eg in s t e p s for h e r n e xt v enture How e v e r she said, she is not in a hurry I want to h e lp p opl e and I really enjoy talking with sen ior citizens. But, I have to wait on th e Lord and see what He has planned for me." Discover more. nordstrom.com Inter nat i o na l P laza. 2223 Nort h Westshore B lvd .. 8 1 3 875.4400 Shipping c h arges may app ly. m CD JJ c )> JJ -< 0'1 1\.) 0 ..... 0 r 0 JJ 0 )> CJ) m z m r I OJ c: r r z "0 c: OJ r CJ) :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -4 c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 JJ 0

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0 Saluting 5lack 5usinesses c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ;:) 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) :::i m ;:) a.. z t= w ..J ..J ;:) m I ..J w z t= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL () I 0 T"" adame C.J. illionaire SARAH BREEDLOVE WALKER AKA (Madame C. J Walker) in the United States. Although arah BreedJove had any thing but a pampered life, she erved as an example to African American women that u ccess was possible She endured the hardships of her era, ye t became the first African American woman to b ecome a millionaire Sarah was born on December 23 1867, in Delta Martinez Cleaners 2935 N 21st Street (813) CEI.EBRARTING TAMPA'S BLACK InSTORY MARY MULHERN TAMPA CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2, AT LARGE Louisiana. to former slave Owe n and Minerva BreedJove. \\'hen he was 6 years old, both of her par en fell victim to Yellow Fever during an epid mic. After the death of her parents, he mo,ed t o \'i burg, "ith her only is t er, Lou nia, and the tw o began working as maids. A t the age of 14 Sarah m a rri e d Mo es McWilliams, and they became the parents of a daughter, A 'Lelia. A 'Lelia was 2 years old wh e n h r father died. In August 1894 Sarah married John Davi and that marriage lasted unti11903 Sarah moved to t. Louis with her daughter and worked as a washeiWoman during the day and took classes at night. However her life changed in 1905, after she in en ted Reponer Becomes First Black woman Billionaire If some were to describe their lives as coming from hun1 ble beginnings, then Oprah Winfrey wo uld probably say h e r lif e became with a series of events b eyo nd her control. She was born out of w e d l ock o n Janu ary 29, 1954 in K os ciu s k o, Mississippi. Afte r h e r moth e r d ec ided to l eave Miss issippi s h e l e ft Oprah with h e r grandmother w h o gave a strong founda tion t o build upon A series of trage di es involving sex u al abuse l e d to probl e m s as a t ee n age r She gave birth to a so n at th e age of 14. He di e d in infancy. But eve n as a young c hild o n the f arm, Oprah kn ew that h e r life was d esti n e d for better OPRAH WINFREY America's First Black Woman Billionaire thin gs th a n s h e h ad exp eri e n ce d Sh e wan t e d to b eco m e an a ctress, but h e r fat h e r wa s aga inst th a t i d ea. Aft e r m ovi n g to T e nn essee, Oprah was hir e d a t a radio s t a ti o n w hil e still in hi g h scho ol. By the time s h e was 19, s h e wa s cuit. T h e tra n s f e r prove d t o b th e f ounda tion o f her ca r ee r as th e qu ee n of daytim e L e l evi i o n She h a ser ve d as t e l evis ion ho s t producer, a nd phi l a n thro pist. H e r t e l ev ision s h ow aptly e ntitl e d "Til e Opralr Winfre y S ir ow," has arn d co untl ess awa rd s a nd h o n ors. She h as a l so b e n r a nk e d a th ric h es t Afr i ca n A m erica n of th e 20111 Century, a nd a t o n tim h e l d th e titl e of th e o nl y B l ac k billion a ir e in th e world S h e i s a l so r e cogni ze d by some as b e ing th e most influ e ntia l woman in th e wor ld Black History Month Q Fashions 3010 E. Hillsborough Ave. "A Time To Celebrate The Achievetnents Of African-Americans" Rernembering The Past Looldng For\\ ard To The Future Tax Doctor Income Tax Serivce Foxx Mortgage Doctor, LLC 103 W. Hamilton Ave., Tampa, FL 33604 (813) 239-2787 Or (813) 3__54-2534 Fax Dr. George Foxx, Director Gfoxx3699@aol.com Michelle B. Patty Auto Accidents Referral Service (813) 495-3702-1-866-352-4200 Michelle B. Patty Advert i s in g In c Huge Of Shoes Shirts Suits & Ties Sizes 6 Months Up To 72 SUITS Starting@ 2FOR $100.00 813-236-7814 STEVE HARVEY -T uc_. """'" ot: -COLLECTION Smokey Joe' s GIORGIO BRUTINT

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"'T1 He Refused To Ta e o For An Ans er :0 John H. John on was born in 1918 in poverty and became the founder of one of the most successful African American O\'\Tied multi million dollar publishing cosmetics and in ur ance e mpir e H e r e port e dl y borrowed $500 on his mother 's furniture and created a publishing a nd cosmetics empire that changed the color a nd content of the American media. He launched th e multi-million dollar indu s try with th e foundin g of The Negro Digest in November, 1942, b y republishing Black-ori e nted news from the African American and gen eral market press Johnson obtained permission and used a 20,000-name mailing list from his insurance company e mployer (with permission) to pitch The Negro Digest to potential customers The Negro Digest sold 50,000 copies per Division of Affairs Office of Human Rights and Community Services The City of Tampa is committed to fair housing and equal opportunity for everyone. Fair housingfor ail our residents is a basic human right that must be pre s erved and protecte d If you feel you have been discriminated against because of your race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or familial or marital status, please contact us. 102 East Seventh Avenue Tampa, Florida 33602 (813) 274-5835 (813) 274-5854 Fax, www., tampagov.net Pam Iorio Mayor Thi advertisement is paid for by the City of Tamp a wit h funding provided thro u gh a grant from the HUD/ Fair Hou ing si tance program JOHN H. JOHNSON Publisher month within nni u in th t th rti mp a n y in-John on b m th fir t Afri n Am ri a n on Forbes li t of th "400 Ri h tAm r i n H e wa th mo t hon o r d publi h r in Am 1i a. His s u cc i r dit d to th fa t th a t h would n ver tak e no for an an w r a nd a l wa found a way to a ompli h hi 1. John n di e d on August 8 2005, at the ag of 7. The historical contributions of African-Americans are an inseparable part of the culture of our dty and ournatton. c )> 0'1 1\) 0 .... 0 "'T1 r 0 JJ 0 )> en m z m r I m c r r z "D c m c en :I: m 0 m < m -t c m en 0 )> z 0 "T1 0 C) m .... .... I 0

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c a: u. c z < c en w 1-> a: w > w c w :X: en ::; co Q. z i= w ..J ..J co I ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. The Late C. Blythe Andrews Founder And Grand President 1935-1976 The Late C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Grand President 1976-2010 CELEBRATING OUR HISTORY EVIDENCE OF THE LILY SECURITY BENEFIT ASSOCIATION'S STRENGTH AND PROGRESS OVER THE YEARS 1. Had over 650 units in Florida and Georgia, all of them built on Christian principles. 2. In the 1930s and beyond developed an educational fund to aid young preachers to secure theological training. 3. Helped to educate and aid high school graduates to secure college training. 4. Has been a strong and solvent financial association for 7 4 years. 5. Membership swarmed to over 25,000 members in senior and junior departments up to 1970 6. Owned three beautiful Temples worth over $80,000, one of which is by all odds, the most commodious and largest owned by Blacks south of Jacksonville. They were bought for cash and never have been mortgaged. 7. Owned one of the only Black hospitals in the State of Florida with 33-beds. It was bought for cash and never have been mortgaged. 8. The Lily Association provided financial assistance to preachers and churches and made charitable donations to the sick and afflicted with out regard to lodge affiliation. 9. Gave full time employees to 100 Black men and women as clerks, maids, nurses, cooks, laundresses, nurses aides and janitors up until de segregation. 10. The Lily Association owned $15,000 in War Bonds, five apartments, and 31 vacant lots in the city limits of Tampa during the 1950s and 1960s. 11. The Lily White Rest Haven was built and furnished for $60,000 and never was mortgaged. It had 20 beds for Uly personnel who had come to advanced age or suffered an incurable accident. The Uly Whi te Security Bene fit Association now called The Uly Securffy Benefit Association is still r i ch in l ove and charity and financially strong Our Association and its 2 000 m embers have no regre t s for the pas t no apo logi es for the present and no fears for the future The Lord i s on our side S. KAY ANDREWS Executive F irst Vice Grand P residen t C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, In Grand Inn e r Guard OFFICERS ROSA LEE WILUAMS T alla hassee N orthwest Region Vice Grand Presiden t WYNEITE THOMAS HINKlE Orlando Central Region Vice Grand President GWENDOLYN C. HAYES G rand Secretary MS. ALMA PURIFY G r a n d Recorder MAMIE CRAIG Grand State Deputy ROSSI E GEORGE Grand Treasure r DEPUTIES Ella Sue Polite M.G. Wade Aletrice Harris Alma Morris Julia Mae Nelson Agnes Jackson Perall L. Keys Willeen Kelly Rosa Lee Williams Eva Merkison Rosa Lee Harvey Lottie P. Williams Catherine Roberts


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