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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area nne SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 : R&B SINGER IN TOWN FOR CONCERT R&B Singer Jeffery Osborne was in town Friday for a concert appearance. While in Tampa, he stopped by a local radio station to meet those who were winners of tickets to his concert. Among those who would enjoy his soulful sounds_:_were: seated, Patty Werynsia, Armethia Williams, and Dorothy Taylor. Standing, Ed Williams, Leanne Yates, Tanal Gardner, Osborne, Sheliah Beale and Cornelius Anderson. (Photography by BRUNSON) 1 Oth:Men's Health Forun1 At USF SEE PAGE 8 Popular Bishop Is : Steaker SEE PAGE 6 Retired High School Principal Dies SEE PAGE 11 Ran1page Ends With 1 Dead SEE PAGE 16

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N Magazine Recognizes 2 BaV Area: <( women Among 75 Most Powertu1._ u. c CJ) w 1-Black Enterprise magaz in e s F ebruary 10th issue include d the 75 Most Powerful "W:omen In Business. Tw6 of them are here in the Bay Area Karen Mincey, TECO Energy Technology Vice President nd. _IpJorma tion !fi"' c e r -anc a -c. hnson, former Black ntertainment Television E'F) e x e c :unve and more notably, of Innis brook Resort and Golf Club, were named among the 75 women named. The women. w 'ere recognized for the wO"tk they do on their apd _their community invohrenient. Mincey, 49, serves on the C boards of .Boys and Girls a: Club and Crisis. Center of u. 0 Tampa well as being KAREN MINCEY SHEILA JOHNSON-very active in her church_.. tion with BET. The billimf; A graduate of the aire is also: University of New Orleans, part owner or Mincey was the only sports teams: Several golf; African American Electrical :.1o\iinainents _ one of two women in her March is the PGA Tour ... . Ms. best knoWP .JQX; : ,., ; : z -------Envinmmental Illegal DumpiDU llfEBsfT-mpa Environme-nt-al Crimes vi][Um smith, Jr., is on constant patrol in East Tampa to help clean up he neighborhoods. He has the emovat:: :;.fuo.re than 184,000 pounds of waste and deori s The Environmental Crimes Unit was created in 2006 to deal with the growproblem of illegal dumping in East Tampa. The Tax Increme,n.t ,fl}_nds (TIF) is ying for 'the specialized. detective. Detective Smith is locatat the District III Offices, 3808 North 22nd Street. Illegal dumping is defined as any garbage, debris, refuse, vehicle, that is discarded on any public or private property without the permissio n or consent of the owner or agent. It is a third degree felony to dump more than 500 pounds of litter and is pun-ishable by: lietty : ffnes ana ;u.p to five y e a -rs "'{11-Dumping hazardous -material is a felori'y the commUJ!i!Y."' "" All commer-cial dumping is illegal. Littenng iess pounds will get you a $105 civil than:.-15 "The Voice of Out Community Speakingfor Itself' demeano r : -.-..... :-sajd;tQ''neip s -t?>p iUegal::dtunpM;g ; : watch-ou,t f(jj; ouegf.::p carpet ... trucks parked on__ d _ead e.n,d stre_ et u,9.a,y:, Heights. It also represent-s, 1..5, to parts of Oak Grove, Egy.pt va,<;_ancY..iP.. tb.e.Hous. e Lake, Wells wood and .. t he.-s'Q sp--eCJ.a.l--Geiieral" -,.. "' '-l Floriland Mall area. .. .. " TrltliVitltials'Wis'h'ih..,..lo 'casl:' Last month, Ms. Janet. tlieit : v ote s illiring:thi:::-per-iod: Cruz won the Democratic: ticket. She will c
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Features -i c: m CJ) Customer Shot During Barber Shop Robberv 0 "TT m OJ :c c: )> BYIRJS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Orr Friday, two masked gunman robbed a Central Tampa business and shot a customer. This was the first time the business had been r0bbe9. in its 40 years of ex. . Aci ording to police, shor):JY after 3 p.m., two walked into B,arber Shop, 1304 N. Nebraslw.. Avenue. The meri-. : wore bandanas covering their faces. They were carrying handguns and garbage bags. -" Aft'er entering the busi riess, : one of the men reporta shot into the ccilihg as they announced, a robbery, give up 'Yhat y,ou got." They then or dered the barber and 6 custo the ground. The victims, who ranged in ages from 9 to 41, were also ortoss their belong iil gs ... the victims complietlling. =,;. = :; :::; :: :: ::.was shot -----.. . c,.., ___ y, spokesperson for the Tampa -ana we hope that he fully reowner of the establishment covers. We are looking at 231-6135 I N SITURDit IIRCH &. 2018, HEALTH FORUM 9:00. II 2:80 PI NEW LOCATION! tampa Campus/Marshall Center USf campus at fletcher & N. Palm Avenue) and .. medically underserved:'men in the Bay community. : Activities in Enqlish and .. ., f :-..:_ I ; -. -. I J.J J J flEE fRII' PIIIEI'.* fiU-IIAIJ. UIIIIR flf Jfltti1UD1tdiifll1 JilfJ'Q 1;11 PI* . ': :: -.Hearing Vision/Eyes Skin z 0 "TT :c : o C) m . CJ;.

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0 CD T"" > a: ::::> a: Ill w u. >-"' c (/) w ::::> 1-c a: u. c z w ::::> 1-> a: -w c (/) ::::i m .:::) Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::::> Ill ...J w z i= z w (/) c a: :o '...J u. F L O RIDA SENTINE L B U L L E TIN (USP S 202 140 ) 2 2 07 21st A v enue T ampa F lo rida 33605 (813 ) 248 -1"921 P ublished Every T ues d a y a n d F r i day B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Member o f Nat i o nal N ew spape r P ub l i shers Ass o c ia t i o n (NN PA). POSTMASTER : S end Addr ess Change T o : Florida Sentinel Bulletin P O Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 P e riodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS CIRCULATION MANAGER T()YNETTA COBB, LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER p eo pl e want t o b e both e r e d with y ou and they don t wan t' t o hear what y ou 'v e g ot : to : s ay, :the y tell y ou to t a lk :.to ; the hand. That is a relati v el y : new expression to some ple but not to Bla ck p e ople : All o f our liv es we have b ee n : t a lking to the h a nd nobod y has b e en listenin g : : W e talked to eac h to an y bod y else w e c ould g e t to listen but we a lmost n eve r : Sub s c r i pt ions-$4 4 00-6 Month s B oth Editions: $ 87 00-Per Y ea r Both Editions ta1lf and .110. LoJ;J.ge).: effective . Maybe this thinking is--rig!lt : Butf $Qrpe ,l}iml. .of action will work. . ... .. Look at meetings of City Co;up.<;jl, tl;le Collnty Co.m-. missioners the ... .Schoo] . Boarqs andother mental agencies You will no=-t ice th a t we a r e n o t t h e r e t a l kin g a b o ut o ur pr o b l e ms. V i s i t t h e l ocal ba r a nd w e ar e th e r e d i sc u ss i n g o u p p r o b l ems ove r s o m e t hin g {:Op.l to drink. .. W e a r e v e ry voca l s it;t;in g o n a b a r s t ool. F r o m th a t pos i ti o n we t a lk t o th e : a nd boy d o we r eally t ell th e m off. Th e o nl y probl e m i s t}l_at t h e h ea d i s not th e r e to hear.,-th e c onver sa ti on. It i s oft e n sa id that th e probl e ms do n't usu all y ge t solve d b ec aus e the p e opl e with t h e po'WeF' t o so lv e th e d o n t h ave th e pr o bl errf. ":c" It i s ver y i mpona nt th al'we m a k e th ese p eo ple, th e h ea d s, awa r e of the l pro bl e ms. W e mu s t that the y work to solve th e pro -blems. Bla ck p : eo pl e hav e to do mor e tha'ri 'talk. W e must b e willin g t Q p H : ch in a nd h e lp wher e ver we c a n W e ne e d to t q',th e philosoph y that the mor e of :.1 our problems w e get the better our lives will be. Black folks stop t a \ldng to the hand. It isn t listening. I Instead, talk to thEi. That's where the powe r is. tricts. Each of these districts currently has 10,000 geometry as the basis for as-more voters than District 4 or District 6. Therefore, tronomic measureme nt' s a nd parity is being sought. knew the signs of the A the Hillsborough As early as 25000 -2001 four years, is the designi_ng "of.dis,.. B.C., evidence of do mesti-tricts s o that at least one district has a majority of cated chickens and the u s e of Bl.ack three City Council dis-I Anclent Alrlcans In Babvlon I epic poetry were f d up.d in tricts are City-Wide seats and Will not be part of the Babylon. discussions. The stakes are high. ... ... .. : Later in the history of Proposed changes to boundaries are scbedWed-to be.,., The presence of Africans 17), Babylon was one of the Babylon 6os-S62 B.C. Baby-made public early this week. Meetings are schedUled in countries located largest Mesopotaqlia sites loIon was ruled by Nebuchad-for South Tampa (District 4) today (Tuesday) at the outside of Africa is well doccated along the northern end nezzar (dates vary depending Jan Kaminis Platt Library; west Tampa (District 6) oil_ umented . .. upon the source). _:. Wednesday, February 16th at the Barksdale Senior archeolog1cally and md1-; e.:. Ur, one of the olde Center; North Tampa (District 7 ) on. Tuesday, Febru-cated in 0e the Tigris River in what is in Sumer/Babylon was lo -ary 23rd at the New Tampa Regional Library; and East Irideed, their predominant ; nowJraq.--:: cated in southern Tampit'(District 5 ) on Wednesday, Februa:cy2.4-tha f doc_u-; Hammurabi Mesopotamia near,;_.;,the the College Hill Library. All of the meetings-begin at 7 .. Hammurabi; mouth of the Euph r ates P.M. Phoenicia, Babylonia, as well : which became the first o aJ,l" River BothAbrahall!-.(q,e,n-Black leaders And Pres. O .bama: A FriendshiP Forged Bv Fire People in the know still talk about ili!.Blackcommunity leader, w.fid Tampa mayor, "I'll swim with you, I'll sink With you, but the bottom line isi;m -Wiih you!" Through the years, that has been our 'irtotto calleaders who have merited our trust.'_For -ifie' past year, President Barack Obama has been a recipient of such loyalty and trust. But in these cold days of slow economy and apathetic unemployment, it seems even the friendship between America's first Black president and the community who wept when he took office is being severely tested. On a snowy morning, in our nation's Capitol, three Black men trudged through knee-deep snow to keep as the territories of Canaan ; ,..,.;} e ga l sys tems-:The..,Cod.e".set::: esis 11:27-31) and Hebron and Jerusalem. Last ; (son of Buzi of Ur, Ez.ekiel week, we examined the : .A:ffican presence in Sumer, : located in an ancient area in : the Middle East, called 1 .. ----.... ... ----. -.. .. Mesonotami-a:-Base- .. -.,):' j bon dating, Mesopo 't arnia ; was a territory where s oine : of the cities t>een.fou'nd. .t : __ King Ham: -:. m.urabi of Babylon invaded :. and conquered Suiner .in . ;1.792 B :C., this marked the .. end of Sumer with the unification of scattered states and cities and the beginning of Babylon Listed among the cities of Nimrod (Genesis 10: 8:.io; Matthew 1:11 i 2, which masters were to treat 1:3) were from Ur. Today, in _, sla y es !and: other the area confirm a n African c. ti ce ; to:,; alleviate .-saci!a.T ,., , -.. '""''" ec(i)nomie, problegrs :TI:re Temple ::; ini!llion.. b crirriina1lawst lfries and_ of royalty d _(lt,ing back t o i6oo B.C. hav e o een igu" ';i ... ,,,,. found in Ur. ? m.e<;licaF p r actices '(in.cluding : One of the best relicsi6tihd ey e surgery ) aQ.d permissibl e--in the area was a pii in f ed fees were part of the Code, as wood box, called )ro y al .. /", ,,_ Major cont r olle'd : by -the Babyloni ans because oftheir strategic .. location between both the Euphrates -and-Tigris.-' The site ofschools that. recorded : a s trologicar and. astrom>my reports ; the people -ofBaby.Ion used highl y developed Standards of Ur, whic-h depicts panels of battle s ce 'ries and four wheeled c h ariots now housed in Lond o n s British Museum. Indeed, an ence in ancient Iraq coiifilfus our ancestors influence : on the history oflraq. Harambee! an appointment with America's first Black President. downturn on the chln. Jndeed, a friendShip foried. for the first time And though their meeting was historical and arnicatested. Like Moses on the mountain, President Obama is being questioned by.the ble, the somber faces of NAACP CEO Benjamin Jeal-people he sought-mostto lead... . ous, Rev. AI Sharpton and National Urban President This we sugges,t. Januacy is Marc Morial mirrored the mood of many Black . slqwly, .but surely. Thereforel time. America wasn't icans who've been taking this nation's econo:rinc- d d u b d .... : ... .. -,.111 a . av._an Jt m e1save In one year.

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Today' s birthday-With exc e pti o n a l e ffort on your part this yea r promises unusu a l a chie ve m e nt s Y ou _gai!!_S. whil e oth e r s ar e stalled or s lippin g b ack. Ind. ependent..th is your basi c tooL You refu se t o f o llow alongj.U&t.f>e0006es6m e : on e 'else is e nthusiastic and you c h e ck the b otton11 i-;;e p ro ] ec 'ti<'ms y ourself ::Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -A: lot of.folks have their fihgers in the pie today Although cJ"dU 'don't want to dej}lete re :scilUrces, you'll probably run Splend wi-sely. ;:,;; Risces (Feb. 19-March tbatl!;e"ahe1:!d' with : your own creative ideas, you tl'le dust. SQothe their ruffled feathers. This push gets the work r11: Aries' (March 21-April19)'_:_ : If you allow yoti'r' m'ind to wander a bjt, you'll discover creative iGeas at every furil. T\irn ing them into productive results almost too En)oy it. ( I; -.. . . ',, ,. Tfiurus (April2o-May 20)-A dream image may stick .. With you as you begin your day : Expahd inuid apply its mojo to your activities. (}emini (May 21-June 21) --'-' Track developments in your field. A new contact providesb'ptiini s in : Use your skills to a transaction that satisfies everyone : -. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Optimism begins and ends Take advantage of this commodity. Spread it around. The in ore you share, the more you get to enjoy it yourself.. 'Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Whatever you failed to compTete you get another chance now when an associate opens the conversation. Business almost takes care of itself. I :'Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) ...:_View each task O'n you r list' as 'tl:tt_ dpportunity to learn. A lighter touch may get thej<'>b done breaking essential parts '.' p after y ot1rseif : _;;,Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Ge t bus.Yona: house hold proj ect that promises to restore emotional balance for at least one p e rson. Tighten a screw here and se a l a:-lid-the re. -: Mr. and Mrs. William McClendon . . were photographed while attending Jr. Academy Ban-: quet. I I I l 1 I I .i I ) : I r i l > i < J <'"' I > I I l I Lois Bowers and Julia Timmns were photographed while attending a wedding. "' (Oct.,23-Nov. ?1) :O""i-t --t-----------.--,., in touch with a customet's Make s ,urcthe solution mflt::c;:ts well on the person wh o pa y s -the bills. -(Nov. Thin g s are about to get._ .,S:91n:J,plicated. Use your cr e ati v e pdw'ers' to s implify : Dress for flexibility. -.,_ .. r --'=: : : ; (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --.,:: TQ get the most don e today, first align with your .. A helps with your part so ;that oth=-e ::.::r .-s :.: :----ll--+---if-:: I !I 'L I :. ... ..,. ') lt ALL MY CHILDREN-Greenlee stuns her wedding guests; J ackwants answers from David; makes a declaration. JR' s ; caiidition takes a turn for the wors : e;.Greenlee tells her true feel-drops a bomb on Angie1 ; -: : .: .. ,. .. ... WORLD guests at Alison and Casey s wedding Caseyreacts' to Mick's disclosure about Alison. ,., I .,. .-" 1 .-. .. . : BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Bill and Steffy's in'timate encounter is 'interrupted by Katie's unexpected arrival Steffy souvenir of het eveiling; Bridget mandates ..... .4 f l ,-'l'll
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Local C\1 (0 > a: <( ::::> a: Ill w LL Popular Bishop To Speak At Church Anniversarv c f:3 On Friday, February 26th, ::::> a high r a nking and popular .,_ member of the African Methodist Chur c h will visit T a mpa He will serve as the guest speaker a t a church a nniversary celebration. Bishop Adam J. Richardson, Jr., Presiding Prelate of the Second Episcopal District in Washingtqn, D. C., will deliver the keynote address at the Bethel African Methodist Church's 85th Anniversary Celebration. Th e event will take plac e a t the Airport Hilton 2225 N. Lois Avenue. A Tampa native, Bishop a: LL c z <( c en w ::::> Richardson attended the schools of Hillsborough c Cou n ty and graduate d from Middleton High School. H e continued his education at Florida A & M University, where h e earned his B. A. Degree. He was also the Head Drum Major of the university's "Marching 100 Band. .,_ He also earned his Master ft of Divinity Degree from the W Turner Theological Seminary t the Interde o mifiational w l: Theological Center (lTC) in en Atlanta. He was awarded his ::::i Ill Doctor of Sacred Theology Degree at the lTC through Z the. Atlanta -1'heological j:: Association. w Bishop Richardson ...I BISHOP A. J. RICHARDSON ... Guest Speaker se lected his hometown as the city in which h e was in ves t e d as President of the Bishops Council in 2002, making him the leader of 2.5-million-member Afr ican M e thodist Episcopal Church H e i s currently the Episcopa l leader of the Second Episcopal District, which includes North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and Wa.shington, D.C. Bishop Richardson is the son of Adam J. Richardson, Sr., who served as the pastor ofSt- Luke AME Chur-ch in the early 1950s. Walker Middle School is named in honor of his grandfather, Charlie Walker. For additional information call (813) 886-3882 or (8 i 3) 240-2764. ...1------------------------------------------------:::l Ill I ...I w z j:: z w til iS NAACP Plans Ge' n eral MembershiP .;. r!;'.J -,) -" Members of the NAACP will host their Membership of February. The 4, gp. 1 18th, at 7 p.m. The : the 34th o st':tee-t chu rch Of God, 3ooo N. 341h"'S{reEh."" ......... """" ': Members -ofthe community are encourag ea t o atte meeting, ask qR,esjions, express their all member. ; ; ,.:;,. :1-:..f ;: ,.,,... r_ t-.:-t; For additional information abc Jt the busine 'hours :' -.. :t .. 'February 17,2010-February 21,2010 Wednc .
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utYou 1 -+ HENRITI'A MCKELLER *ook who is 6o? Celebrating with children grands, great gr nds family and church members on Feb. 13-22, 2010. es! The Lord is good! Aii.d I will praise Him! Happy birthday to our big b]other, Jordan, who turns 6 oif'Feb: 16. ;--LOce,...Kyla, Langston a d mommv. Danelle. JOHN .. -.,... __ .,.-. .,._ .............. .. .,With TREETS-:'::.. And first cousin from--Quitman, GA, .. in town visiting the Hard Rock Casino. II'S Your Oli OLI J can t believe you are 2. g e tting so big. L o v e alwa y s your mom, f,. grandparents, your nde. Gene, Auntie Rosa nd cou s in Shannon. OLI Go Girl, It's Your Binhdav!! KENYA ITA BELLAMY 2-15-92 Birthday wish e s are b e ing sent out to Yatta. From, parents, Robert and Brenda Gatson; sis t e rs, brothers, family and friends. DE'ANDRE LOPEZ Happy 29th birthday : . Love, yo:u: Da;c}.c}.y, Vito Lopez and mom, Anna Howard, p.ndyour girl. .-Happy Valentine's Dav MIKE And TRICE We're Still Standing MR. And MRS. BOONE Through all trials and tribulations, God still lets us hold on to one another. No matter what the people say, he s still here and goin g to continue to be here. Happy Valentine s Day. Love, Ms. Boone. MS. SMILEY Ap.d _I(IM MS. SMILEY Andl{IM They say, save the best for last for the paper. So, here we stand: to show our love on this special day. Loving each ,bther; it;s only right!! m U> 0 m llJ ::c c )> ::c -< "TI 40th Binhdav Celebrated Mrs. Deina Penix celebrated her 40th birthday at Club Mirag e Deina is shown with the Fabulous Divas: Chantel, Lisa, Theresa, Ruby, Kandi, Susan, Faye, Kinnette, Tasha, Shante', Constance, Teshia and Beverly. (Photography by BRUNSON) .....,

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0 Local > a: <( ::> a: m w LL. c (/) w ::> ..... MEN'S To Be Held At USF BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor T e n yea r s ago, a cancer s ur vivor realized that men were not havin g them selves checked for prostate can cer. He found that thi s was especially true for Afr i ca n American men. In an effo rt to brin g the n eed of pr eve nt a tive he a lth care to th e forefront, Bob Samuels founded the Florid a Prostat e Cancer Network. His purpos e was to e ducate men and mak e th e m awareness of the n ee d for health screenings and early detection. In 2000, Samuels h e ld the BOB SAMUELS Founder, Florida Prostate Cancer Network, Inc. fir s t Men' s Health Forum, with > special e mphasis on African <( American men. His goal was to 0 educate, inform, and support a: HART will provide free roundtrip bus transportation to those who qualify. There will also be food and prizes. LL. c z <( c (/) w ::> ..... > a: w w c w :::t: (f) :::J m 0.. z i= w _, _, m ....:. w z i= z w (f) <( c a: 0 _, LL. men. During the last decade, the forum has undergone changes It is now being sponsored by Moffitt Cancer Center. However, its mission r emains con stant. On Saturday, March 61h, the wth Annual Men's Health Forum, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., will take place loca tion, the Marshall Genter, Uni versity of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue. The health screenings will be from 9 a.m. until1 p.m. Admission to the event is free and parking is free. Men at tending the event can receive health screenings for bloo4 pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, HIV /AIDS, Vision, Hearing, and Prostate Cancer. This year, the event is also being of fered in English and Spanish Since its inception, the program has tested more than 10,000 men. The theme this year is, "The Fight Is On!" The event is being hosted by the Moffitt Cancer Center and its partners including Tampa General Hgspit;:tl, $,.t. Joseph's University Community Hospital, Meditech Medical Center, Tampa Family Health Centers, F AMU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and the Hillsborough Area Re gional Transit (HART). Those wishing to have prostate screenings are en couraged to register Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., by calling (813) 8704747 Ads Will Be Published Friday, February 26, 2010 Deadline To Bring In Ad Wednesday, February 17, 2010 Citizens Anend-President Obama Town Hall Meeting An overflow c rowd was a t t h e Bob Martinez Sports Comp lex at th e Univer s it y of Tampa w h e n President Barack Obama cam e t o town. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Meetings Left to right, Lydia Hudson, and Jeff and Simone (Pratt) Reddick attended the rally. Code Enforcement Board To Meet The Hillsborough County Code Enforcement Board will meet Friday, Feb. 19 at 9 a.m. in the 2nd Floor Boardroom of County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa. The Board is authorized to hear violations concerning all codes and ordinances of Hillsborough County in order to maintain health and safety standards. Any person who decides to appeal the decision of the Code Enforcement Board with respects to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. An appeal must be filed within thirty (30) days after the execution of the Code Enforcement Board's Order. For more information, contact Karen Matches, Citizen Boards Support Manager, (813) 2727181. Public Input Needed At Transportation Meetings The Hillsborough County Commission is seeking public input on transportation projects that would be funded by a potential future one-cent transit sales tax. Due to overwhelming response from citizens, two additional regional public meetings have been added to the original seven re gional public meetings being held around the county this month. The public meeting will be held Thursday, February 18th, at Freedom High School Cafeteria, 17410 Commerce Park Blvd., in New Tampa. The additional public meeting will be held Monday, February 22nd. It will be held at All Peoples Life Center, 6105 E. Sligh Ave. The second meeting will be_ held on Tuesday, February 23rd, at the University Community Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street. All of the meetings will begin at 5:30p.m. All meeting facilities are ADA compliant. For additional assistance, call (813) 307-8386. Additionally, HART has held seven neighborhood open houses primarily in the City of Tampa since November to discuss their alternatives analysis study and the proposed referendum. HART will hold additional open houses at the following locations: February 16th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Loretta Ingraham Community Center, 1611 North Hubert Ave; on February 17th, from 3 p.m. to 7p.m., at the University Square Mall, Center Court, 22QO E. Fowler Ave.; and on February 19th, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Tampa City center/ Esplanade, in downtown Tampa. For more information contact Steve Valdez, Public Department, at (813) 307-8386, (TIY: 301-7173.

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lebration -f c: m (/) t ..,.,.., .rt .. n c iu 0 }< 50tiFWedding AnRiversarv Celebration A. Kemp, Jr. recentl y celebrated their soth wedding anniversary a t th e Surfs l:B Edge Ch.1h olf MacDill Air Force Base . J:J This beautiful affair was well attended with apprm..imate l y 200 attendees. Music was p e rform e d b y C: John Ware a nd video r eco rdin g b y Michael Newsome. The master a nd mistr ess of cer e m o ny, Elliott and Dayna Gray, introdu ce d th e honor ees as they -< gracious l y entered to a stand ing ovation and app l auses. Hilrie, dresse d in hi s orig in a l Nav y militar y s uit esco rt e d hi s wife, Bertha, w h o w as dressed beautifully in a go ld-l ace d two-pi ece gown. "' Upon their entrance, they danced to th e so n g of I Onl y H ave Eyes For You." Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott gave the in voca tion and grace, followed b y Altamese G. Simmons providin g th e hi story of the o Kemps' Beginning." Karen Smith prese nted a video tribute of the Kemps' lives. Plior to dinner, solos were sung by Maurice Jackson ( Toda y W e re One") and the Kemps' grand daughter, Anastacia ("Shall I Compare Thee To A Summ e r s Day "), in add ition to the Lord 's Prayer by their daughter Valrie. Later, the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Gamma Theta Omega Choir under the direction of Barbara Ragin,. siu ig a couple of songs, including "Order My Steps." James Crosby,. a saxophonist and former colleague of Mrs. Kemp, played a tribute of"Star Eyes." The Kemps; son, Terry A. Kemp, spoke on "It Couldn t Be Done. A solo of Inseparable follow ed Granddaughter, Tatiana gave a special presentation to the honorees. Comedian Steffon Vann en tertained the group with laughter. Donna. Douglas joined V alrie as they sang several songs of Mem oriesU0WI1 Melody Lane, followed by a toast to the Golden Couple from the Kemps son, H. Maurice Kemp.. Tli e hoqorees g\J.ve rema rks. Hilrie presented Bertha with a lovely bouquet of yellow roses as his one and only love-mate . .. .-The chair/coordinator of this event was ;Juanita Cook. (Photos by Ricky Roberts) Mrs. Kemp, .seated.centecr is surrouiuled sorority-sisters.

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Local ;: NCNW life MembershiP a: Comminee luncheon CD u. M innie Sullivan. c (j) w ::::> 1-::::> Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 MINNIE SULLIVAN The Life Membership Committe e of the Tampa Metropolitan Section of the National Council of Negro Women held its annual lun cheon on January 30th. The event was held in the Family Life Center of New Mt. Zion M. B. Church with more than 10o d n attendance. The committee chair is Ms. Belinthia Berry \\as t h e i\listr es s of C e r e m o n y a n d Minister Isaac Ruffin prov i d e d musica l se lectio ns. Josephine Townsend gave t h e invocati on, w hil e Gloria W Davis b lessed th e f oo d Antonia Barber l e d th e NCNW Lit a n y and Anna Eccles r e c ognized d ece a se d NCNW Lif e Me mb e r s Other entertainment include d a po e m b y Nijah Moore, Praise Dance b y Shaylea Anderson, Mime Danc e by the Souled Out Mime Group. Chairwoman Sullivan gave presentations to the local NCNW past presidents and queens in recognition of Founder's Day. She gave closing remarks as .did President Electa Davis. Minister Ruffin closed out the program with iThis Little Light Of Mine. .:: .!!._L!:. 't. '",.-,., \If... '... Follow Us On Twitter.comr:--FLSENTINELB ':. Did You Know That ..... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In P ration For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014 Herb Jacobs Tours With Milton Biggham And Georgia Mass Minister Herbert Jacobs r e c enth r e t u rn e d f rom a three weeks tour w ith Rev. Milton B iggham a n d t h e Georgia Mass Choir i n Europe. T h e tou r s t a r t e d i n B a r ce lon a o n D ecembe r 7, 2009 and e nd e d in M adrid on D ece mb e r 2 4, 2009. The ch oir p erforme d to sold out a udi e nc e s in Gijon San S e b astian, the C anary Islands, B a lboa, Palma D e Mallorca, Mondragon, Santande r Gerona, Naron, Madrid and several other cities . Minister Jacobs stated that the people were .very receptive to "gospel music. It is amazing how music transcends cultural and ethnic baHiers." This was Georgia Mass Choir's fifth trip to Europe. REV. MILTON BIGGHAM AND MINISTER HERBERT JACOBS Milton: Biggharil i s a former resid'ent "Of Tampa and has strong musi cal tides within the T ampa Bay area. He is the-Senior Pastor of the Mt. vernon MB Church in Newark, New Jersey and Executive Producer for Malat" o Record. Minister Herb Jacobs is Minister of Music at'the Springhill MB Church h e r e in Tampa. local Ameri.can Legion Post PrepaiiDC!i FOiBihhdBV Celebration. The American. Legion, Carmich ae l 7 Legr ee Po s t 167 is preparing for "American Legion Birthday Celebration" to be held on Saturday, March 6 2010 .at .the DoubleTree Hotel. This event is free and open to the public with proceeds to benefit the homeless veterans' hotel, Boys State, Patriotic programs, Americanism programs, scholarships, ROTC programs, school award programs and youth programs EUNICE BUTIS Post Commander L as t year the post .. ;-:. '' _ I l 2nd place from the Stfite o f Florida for the ROTC pr.o 7 grams; 2nd place : fo r children and youth and Honorable Menti0Iil 3rd best American Legion Post in the State of Florida. For additional information on how you can become involved with this semi-formal affair contact Eunice Butts, Post Commander, (813) 247-4267, or Andrea Eachus, Post Adjutant, (813) 236-2797 Record DonatiOns Help Heroes The Hill s borough County s 2009 Cell Plio'rie s for Soldiers campaign ended wi t h tremendous success and final resl.dts will be Thursday, Feb 18, 3:30 p.m., County Center, 601 E K ennedy Blv d 26th Floor, Conference Room B. Hillsborough County will also dona t e 2,000 pre-pa id callin g c a rds to representa tiv e s of MacDill AFB and to J ames A. Haley V e t e r a n s H o spit al. Th e Hill s borou g h County Commi ss i o n e r s a nd Coun ty Administrator Pat Bean take part in the p rog r a m tha n k in g th e ir partne r s a nd .. '::. .:; the pub1ic fo ; r makl11g the 2009 Cell' f'or Soldiers success. . Th e proce e ds leetion of unused or c ell other accessor-ies : are, cled into calling cards pro: viding talk time to h elp troops call home ' For more tact Kemly Jimenz Green, Community R elations (813) 276-2677 1 7 4 5 W. HILLSBO ROU G H AVE. TEL. 8 1 3 -443-4628

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al c Calvin Bexlev Dies At Age 80 BYG NDOL YN HAYES Sentinel Editor Lo tgtime friend calls him a very smart man. Ca vin Bexley, Sr., a Tamp native died on Satur day, ebruary 13, 2010, while : recup rating from a second strok at Brighton Gardens 1Nurs!1g and Rehab Center. He was 8 old According to nis e, Sandra Bexley, he 'had b ert!there 3 months. Lo gtime friend retired ed"\}eato Harold Clark, de scrib d Bexley as a "very : smart man . He was in the class and went on to FAMC after igh school." : .. " .: Be ey went on to earn a then taught Driver's Education or's of Science degree in Al\9. and Education. He J'. qst starte his career in education :S.chqoi .!I1:::1963. He M natee County, where he ME:ta<;h(,I.JA about a year before hack,t-O .Just P-rincipal. mPxi. g back to Tampa. He He served as the Director. of Feder a l Progr a ms for the Hillsborough County School Board before moving on to Blake High School and later Blake Middle School as princi pal. He r e tired in 1989. In the early '6 o Bexley was one of the first African Ameri cans to take courses at the University of Florida. In addition to being an edu cator, he also tried his hand at business ventures . He oper ated a print shop, Laundromat and Bexley s Fish Market in East Tampa. I Other than his wife, Bexley is survived : by -4 children: Deborah Griffin: Calvin BeXley; Kathye Murry : and their spouses, and Carl great: grandchildreh;and otlrer.Jam: I I ; Euneralservices wiUbe con: ori: Sat .. p. i m., with Ray Williams Funeral Home in char.ge ofservices . .. llesidentiJJ serious Condition . -'""' t J .::':"'. ,..,.. ::c -< I\) 0 ...... 0 Ms. Anna Beauford;iS the Interim Vice Pres ident. Ms .-. Eloise Abernathy f\lexis is the Vice President for College Re lations. : Anyone planning to attend is asked to R.S.V.P. by February 17, 2010 by calling (404) 270.5064; or online at http://princess.spel-., man.edu/rsvp.nsf/rsyp-5 code.Code:TAMPA2010. ::C ,,, _, .. I .,-, CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK AND FOLLOW US ON 1WITTER :www .flsentinel.com..::Affd ... .. -Twitter .com/FLSENTINELB Is Now Accepting Enrollment Into Our Security Class For Your "D" License Fire escue units responded to tfie i(J' iversity Oakwood Apartlfi'efit' ; b6b East 1131h Avenue, a rein apartment G-106. Zff'J,6tFiJ ving fire units reported fit"e li a downstairs apartment ey also had one adult male : 'th' burn injuries. The fil; e t as under control in 15 minu es and other injuries eported. Tampa Fire Marshal's office determined that Mebane,22, was in the apartment with his girlfriend ;wli'e:n a _3 With : ; 1 TT J I grease in : Hour And 16 Hour Certificatiorl Flexible Schedules uncey Mebane was orted to Tampa General Mebane piCRed u{)'tfu:il burn' ii:rg pan of'gre ase tried to carry outside . the' burning gre 'as'E( slashed from the pa n : oiito hirh c ausing hi:'s injuries. I '_:, 1. l : : < ; / ;, j ! l , . ,. Tamoa: siD_Ihasautod ;_, .,. ; .. Ph Beta .} "' attended a Inc., ounded January 9, 1914, or !!iffie With tlfe Ceremony, folconti its -a motorcade proces. Its .100-year i 91!-;. the gravesite of With tribute to one of Its co-of tli e Fraternity's 33rd InterFounder Morse. After a brief f((>, llll ers, the late and ard F. Morse m Jack-gQests,retut:p.ed t9 a c Foupder's son e, on Januao/ 8-9,_201?. _;,., 9 n 3:t the_ f:Iyatt !"R.P er IS m Fratermty gy,J;lCY,. -At ;the onvllle beside his Wife, Phi prQgrfiw., fapiily Gertrude Morse. recognized given a memo-r 200 fraternity mem-oers om across the country, sister Soronty amffoC'ai digm-sp ecial recognition also went inclu ng five past Internatafies frotn r Jacksonville/Duval to MC)unt and McCray for ti'on Presidents, current -colJ.W offitheir service as Co-Chrurs of mem ers of the International cial welcome/reception prothe Fdunder's Day/Pre-CenGene al Board and Southern gram. tennial Celebration. nal Board, Distinguish guests : attending : Local members of the Se ci! e Chapter members and were -Decatur Tampa Alumni Chapter iii at., embers were in atten-Morse, youngest son of tendance were .. Zannie dartc . aiid : several Mount, Philip Harris, Za e Mount, a member ... ofthe family. Jean Louis and wife, Soror of th Tampa Alumni Chapter 'Decatur Morse and his son, Mariel Lewis (Zeta Phi Beta serve as Co-Chairman of the necatur'Morse, Jr. ar:e also Sorority, Inc.), Daryl ac ti 'ties along with Sidney members of Phi Beta Sigma I_tichardson and Jermaine McC ay, a past International Fraternity Inc. Hankerson. Tommie Tol-1St ice-President, from the On Saturday morning, the bert is chapter president. Call (813) Fax (813) 621-7226

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Rogers Park To Be An Historic Site; There is a movement to make Rogers Park Golf Course a historic site. The move is being spearheaded by Rogers Park supporter Lionel Ballard. A group of Rogers Park golfers i s work ing with Mr. Ballard and the City of Tampa Historic and Preservation Board to get this done. The necessary document is almost complete. The group is trying to make the document as complete and com prehensive as possible. The archives of the Florida C Sentinel Bulletin are cura: u.. rently being researched for C pictures and stories. The Committee is also asking anybody who may a have any pictures or stories en that relate to Rogers Park in any manner to contact 1-Lionel Ballard at (813) 695-3489. Mr. Ballard W will make copies and get the information back to the ffi owner as .Gl#icJ.ihHl.S possi::I: ble. It will be a great day for the Park, the City of Tampa a:l anq Black people to make ::> this an historic site. a. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL Stars 'Don't Shake Hands? Last year when the Orlando Magic upset the favorite Cleveland Cavaliers in the playoffs, superstar LeBron James, a really nice guy, left the arena without shaking hands with the winning t ea m or talking to the press. When the New Orleans Saints upset the Indianapolis Colts last weekend in the Super Bowl, superstar quarterback, Peyton Manning left without shaking hands with the winning team or talking to the press. Peyton is a reall y nice guy too, but maybe superstars don' t shake hands when they lose. Girls District Winners Struggle Winners in last week' s Girls District Tournament struggled to win their respective districts. The exception was the Jefferson Dragons who blew out a good Spoto team to claim their district win. Sickles hung on to beat Hillsborough by 5 points. Wharton beat Plant by 1 point with a last second steal ,shot ....,.. Tampa Catholic ha d to come from 13 points down to win by 1 point Tampa Bay Tech was never in doubt of losing to Durant, but they could not seal the deal until late in the fourth quarter. The Boys Districts are going on this week. Blake, Wharton, Sickles and Tampa Prep are all strong favorites to win their respective districts. (813) 248-1921 C\1 ,.... I/I!J/J-3608 N. 15th lCorner OllalleJ For All Your Seafood Delights, Cal! In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Now Cooking ThursdaySaturday Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Special Discounts For Snapper *Shrimp Sheap Head Banquets, Family Reunions And Live Blue Crabs Large Orders. Michael Jordan Out With New Girlfriend MICHAEL JORDAN And Girlfriend YVETIE PRIETO Michael Jordan and his girlfriend, Yvette Prieto were in attendance at The FABULOUS 23 Dinner in Dallas for All-Star Weekend. Evander Holvtield Accused Of Domestic Violence EVANDERHOLYFIELD Former heavyweight boxing champ Evander Holyfield has been served a restraining order after his wife says he hit her in the face. Candi Holyfield filed the complaint against Evander saying that he became angry with her about church payments and "urged her to put God first in her life." She says he demanded to see check stubs of her tithes to the church and when she refused, he hit her in the head, face and back. She also says this is not the first time he's been violent and reports other incidents of choking and hitting, sometimes in front of their children. Evander is expected to appear in court February 18. NBA Daddies -Shaq, Lebron and Chris Bring The Kids Out To Plav LEBRONJAMESANDSON NBA All-Star weekend isn't all about celebrities, groupies and athletes -the kids got to come out and play too. Lebron was pho tographed playing around on the court with sons Lebron Jr. and Bryce as well as Shaquille O'Neal and Chris Paul and their kids. SHAQ O'NEAL AND SON CHRIS PAUL AND SONS Mike TVson Gets Busv Qn Dancing With The Stars Mike Tyson is haviiig a pretty good post-boxing career life. He has a success ful documentary out, he's acting in movies and enjoy ing marriage. And he's keeping it moving by getting down with a reality show Tyson recently appeared on the Italian version of "Dancing with the Stars" and isn't doing half bad. MIKE TYSON First African-American . .. Diving'ehampion Makes Historv '-' MICHAEL WRIGHT r 1 Making history, Michael Wright becamf;! the first diving champion in USA Diving's history. According to USA Diving Officials, Wright's win in the men's 1-meter springboard competition secured him that honor. Wright, a 22-year-old senior at Tennessee, won the title Monday at theUSA Diving Winter National Championships. He was third after the pre liminary round, but outpoint ed David Bonuchi 390-360 on the judges' scorecar.;ds in the final. After competing the Volunteers as a junio' r last spring, Wright is redsli.irting the 2009-10 season. He transferred to UT from Indian River Community College in 2008. Wright is the first black member of Tennessee's swimming and diving team.

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orts Frank Thomas nounces Retirement CHICAGO --Saying he's t peace" with his d ec i sion, Frank Thomas a nn o un ced his retirement Friday f ollovvin g a 19-season ca reer in which h e hit 521 h ome r s a nd won two American L eag u e MVP awards with the Chicago White Sox. A five-time A ll-St a r who batted .301 with a -419 onbase average, Thomas i s tied for 18th with Ted Williams and Willie McCovey on baseball's home run list while driving in 1,704 runs. And in an era clouded by performance enhancing drugs, h e was outspoken against their u se. Record Crowd Of 108,113 Attends All-Star Game ARLINGTON, Texas -only bigger in Texas. biggest. The NBA All-Star game at boys Stadium set a for the most-attended game ever with a of 108,713 people filing the stadium Sunday night. It's m eant to be a party," Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said. We say we're going t o throw the biggest party like you've never seen before and that's exactly what it turned out to b e. Malone, Pippen, Dream Team AIQOnU 19 Hall Of Fam e Finalists DALLAS --Two-time NBA MVP Karl Malone, sixtime champion Scottie Pippen, and two of the great U.S. Olympic champions are finalists for the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame. The 1992 Dream Team, which Malone and Pippen. played on along with superstars such as Michael' Jordan, Magic Johnson Larry Bird, is a finalist in the team category. Also up for induction is the 1960 gold medalists a team led b y Hall of Famers Jerry West and Oscar Robertson that won its games in Rome b y KARL MALONE And ,, SCOITIE PWPEN 42-4 points 'per game. The 19 finalists were announced Friday at the start of the NBA 's All-Star weekend. The class of 2010 will b e announced on April 5 in Indianapolis before the NCAA champioiJship game. Wade Paces East Past west DWYANEWADE Dwyane Wade did it again in north Texas. Wade had 28 points a nd won MVP honors, and th e Eastern Conference edged the West 141-139 on Sunday night in the NBA All-Star game. The crowd of 108,713 at Cowboys Stadium watched Dallas native Chris Bosh make the winning free throws with 5.0 seconds l eft. The West had a c h ance to win it, but Carmelo Anthony's three-point attempt came up short. Robinson Becomes 3-Time Dunk Champion NATE ROBINSON Nate Robinson is the NBA's first three-time slam dunk champion, and that's enough for him. The 5-foot9 New York Knicks guard says he's done with the marquee event of Safurday night's All-Star festivities. Amar'e Prefers Miami Over Cleveland AMAR'E STOUDEMIRE The Cavaliers hav e emerged as serious bidders for Amar'e Stoudemire. Privately Stoudemire's preferred destination is the Miami Heat, where h e could pair with superstar Dwyane Wade in a far more warmer climate. BEAUTY UNLIMITED HANNAH Makin Marks Agency strikes again, Hannah is more than grateful to appear as our special feature, and believes any positive exposure is a good thing. Hannah looks forward to the day when she will be independent enough to help .... others get to where they -But in -+ r r I n 1 ""' I .. 1 ) rvtn r> rf f f I f ,. meantime, shell! continue to Wbrk hard and stay especially close to the important people in her_ life. Hannah expects to rise to the top in the near future, and promises to be modest enough Jo give credit Where credit is due. When .it comes to the man in her life, Hannah said he must be a tremendous person who is willing to give as much as he receives. He also has to be a mature man that understands a woman, respects a woman, and knows how to worship a woman. Congratulations to Hannah as this weekls Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact number to: .. h son@flsenfnel com 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 Keys Made 79 And Up Latex Flat White Paint.. ... : ....... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set. ........................ $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Cl c m en c m OJ :0 c )> :0 -< m I\) 0 ...... 0

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MRS. WILLIE MAE . SINGLETARY Homegoing services for Mrs. Willie Mae Singletary, who passed away on February 10, Homegoing services for Mr. 2010, will be held on Tuesday, Albert Singletary, who passed February 16, 2010, at 1 p. m. at away on February 7 2010, will Cathedral Of Faith Church Inc., be held on Tuesday February 16, 6304 N; 30th Street, Tampa, 201o, at 1 p. m. at Cathedral Of 33610, Bishop J. H. Howell, pasFaith Church Inc., 6304 N. JOth tor, and Apostle Harold Scott, Street, Tampa, 33610, BishoQ 3.: .. eulogist.. -H. Howell, pastor, and Apostle .. --:,Mrs. Willie-Mae Singletary Harold Scott, eulogist. wa&' born on March 31, -1931, in Intermt;nt will follow in Rest Grover, South Carolina, to the Haven Memorial Park. .. . parentage, of Willie and .Mary Mr. Albert Singletary was wnl.te. She' giew up in Grover, born February 2 1923, in and then mo:ved Grover, South Carolina, to the .. ta fM tti. d D n s eventually moved to Flortda e:; in Carolina then later moved his":.,y.ears . .-. ::: ;:; :;-: .. family to New York City. After liying there for over 35 years, he of returned to South Carolina. : of Dehverance Mm-< In 1998, he was movedto . ; .. ;.,., . :. '-., Florida by his daughter who took J, of him until his demise her. parents,. Wdhe and _Mary under the care of Hospice. White; 'husband, Albert He was preceded in death by: tary; daughter' Bar Ann Sm-his parents, Mottie and Dell Sin-gletary; son, Albert Smglet. _ary gletary; daughter, Barbara Ann Jr.; brother:-, Singletary; son, Albert J-ames Wes_Iey tacy, Jr. ; brothers, Jack, ClearHarold .Damels; Ceha, arrce, Sampson, Willie and Massard of NY, Bernice See Richard Singletary; sisters, Berry of NY, and Gentry Mae Rozinie (Doll), Mable, Lilly, Braker. Bertie Mae, Larlie B. and Iriez She cherish. her Singletary. r -memol'Y:., 2 ., daughtef.S,.Pa,st?r ,.,,He leaves to cherish his mem-Debra Scott (Harold) and Robm o"ry: wife of his youth (passed Brown} ::sons,. Johnny away 3 days after his demise), and Damels Willie Mae Singletary; loving Sharon.Smgle-daughter, Pastor Debra Scott tary of NY; Sisters, Angie Mas-and husband Pastor Harold sard, Rosa Jamison ofSC, and Scott; Sharon Annie Mimmenger SingletaryofNewYork; stepchil-Eugene Akines dren Johnny Daniels Willie (Demetris), Shareca Taylor (Stephanie) and Robin (John), Calvin Ball (Sarah), Brown brother John N Willie J. Daniels, Jeri Daniels (Soon;) ,(Evelyn) of (Davina), New York sisters Ida Britt of Albert Lee at1d Enc Smgletary of South Loraine New. York; Amber and. Ariel McMillian of Philadelphia; great grandchddre:;n, grandchildren, Eugene Akines Asia, Tnnay, Navta, (Demet;ris), Shareca Taylor Calvm, Jr., Mia! J?ante (John), Shauntae, Laqueenie, AI-Bnanna; and a. host of bert Lee and Eric Singletary of nephews, cousms, faroNew York; great grandchildren, ily, friends 11.nd New Taber-Trinay, Devaughn, Jonathan, of .Joy Dt;hverance Makayla, Dante and Brianna; church family. step-grandchildren, Calvin Ball Vtsitatio-p wake (Sarah), Willie J Jeri (Davina),' -will be evenmg 4mberandArielDaniels;7step-.. . grandchildren, 3 The fami!! friends tional sisters-in-law and 1 at 7 P m. to. aj-ti iother-in-law a host of nieces tend the home going service are ne),hews family. asked to assemble at 12:45 p. m1 Hospice Staff. . :.. A HARMON BURIAL. VIsitation and wake servtces be held this Monday evening .. from s-8 p. m. t:..Th e fanilly will receive friend&_ at 7 p. m. Friends planning to attend the home going service are asked to assemble at 12:45 p. m. A .HARMON BURIAL. f !II Let Oil I mmilylnkecare of>"'-11' tinnil y "Wenrotl>e key ton I ..... FUNERAt: HOME' I Business Is Service" JWI N. 291' st fl 336m (800) 605-3350. www. wilson.funeralhome.tom MS. CYNTHIA MARIE JOHNSON-KELLY Ms. Cynthia Marie JohnsonKelly, 54, completed her work with the Lord on earth, Tuesday, February 9, 2010, in Jacksonville. A ,graveside service will .conducted in her hometown of on weru;.esday, Febru'ary 17 ; 2010, at 1 p. m, at Rest Haven Memorial 4615 EastHanna,Avenue, withFather Ftmx Sanchez, offiCiating. She wasborn in Washington, I>. G.; -on Decen:!bell' 26, 1955, but spent most of her life in Tampa, aft'er from Florida Agricultural & 'Mechanical University with a .Degree in Account-ing. , . Ms. Cynthia Kelly was a devoted' Catholic, inother, grandmother, sister and friend. She will be meeting her daughter, Chrissy, preceded h 'er in de;ltldh 2oo3, to be 'With the Lord: She is survived by: her son, Louis Kelly, Jr.; granddaughter, Talayah Kelly; siblings, Myra Johnson, Tanya Johnson, Brenda J. Hall, Oliver Fry; Gene Johnson, George Johnson, Paul Johnson and Todd Johnson; along with nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. from 10:30,'-a . 'ln.. fO:. m., Wednesday; -2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. .MEMORIAM-WIGGINS, RAT Happy birthday, Rat' -out of sight, never out of our minds. Love always, your family. P. S. I miss you brother-inlaw. Love, Johanna and kids. Harmon Funeral Home John W. Harmon, L.F.D. James Harmon, L. F. D 5002 N. 40th St. 626-8600 Check Us Out On Facebook And Follow Us On Twitter @ twitter.com/FLSENTINELB Local Retired Hillsborough countv Sherin Dies c m (/) 0 )> _-< m III :::0 c )> A r etire d Hillsborou gh County Sheriff di e d on Mon day morning. He was 84. Walter C Heinrich, Sr., had n ea rly so years of ex p e ri ence in l aw enforcement. H e was appointe d as Sheriff in 1978 and served in that ca pacity for 14 years Flags are being flown at half mask at all Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office facili ties. Funeral services are pending. Crime SHERIFF WALTER C. HENRICH, SR. :::0 -< I\) 0 .... 0 Teenagers Charged In Condo Burglaries Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested three teena gers for allegedly burglarcondos. Deputies responded to a 9-11 call Thursday of two yo ung men burglarizing a condo minium on. Amberdale Court. When deputies arrived, they found Kimberly Fleer, 16, sitting id the driver s sea t of a vehide near .the: scene. Fleer reportedly told deputies she was waiting for her sister to arrive on a school bus, but deputies arrested her. A deputy and his K-9 tracked two suspects inside the woods near IJ;J.terstate 75 and Bloom ingdale Avenue. A helicopter scoured the area and spotted r ._ r} ..... t..q two yq.upg_.m;,EW; later identified as Wilson, 16, and Lewis Anthony, 19. Detectives determined that Wilson, Anthony and Fleer also burglarized two other con dos in the Amberdale Court community that same day They recovered stolen prop erty Deputies said Fleer was wearing a pair of sto len dia' 0 mood earrings :!! Deputies also found a man's gold ring recovered from a cn January burglary that is stilL m Under investigation I, T r Anthony was charged with z burglary, grand theft, criminal mischief, and contributing to m the delinquenc y of a minor l'Ii .c;: bail was set at $29,250. Wilson and Fleer each face !!1 charges of burglary, grand z theft and criminal mischief "'D They to the b."' 'll ,;.,w m nile Assessment Center. Anr-thony ;asbooked into the cn Orient Road Jail. ffi 0 leto Student Charged With Bringing Knives To School m < m c m (/) On Thursday, an 18-year-old Leto High School student was arrested after officials found three knives in her backpack. Police said Shi.keiatha Morgan brought two knives to school to retaliate against bullies. Another student tipped .\\ ! :' I r,dl' school officials to search Mor-gan.; They later called deputies. beputies that Mdt gan told lliem other girls at the school had been picking on her, pushing and knocking things out of her locker. Morgan faces three counts SHIKEIATHA MORGAN of possessing a weapon on school property. She was later released froni jail after posting a $6,ooo bail. Suspected Serial Robber Being Sought I !< f. ';f Tainpa Police detectives are looking for a man they believe is responsible for three pawn shop robberies , The mos t recent was this past Frida y The two prior robberies were in 200 7 In each incident the s uspect entered the store with a gun and ordered customers and clerks to the floor. He then jumped the counter and forced an employee to open th e safe and register, but he discarded the dye pack. c )> z 0 '"T1 ::::0 0 In Friday's incident, th e suspect entered the passenger side of a car "'tJ d escribed as a m a roon crossover, possibl y a H y undai Sant e Fe, with )> gray molding on the bottom part of the vehicle G') The s uspect i s describ e d as a Black male, s'w"to 6 feet tall, weighing betw een 160 and 175 pounds and appearing to b e .in his late 20s. CJ1

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Crime Rampage Leaves One Dead, Another Two Shot Wh e n Andre Watkins appea r ed in court Sunday, his rage was still intense. Watkins was brought int o the cou rtr oo m by a gro up of d ep uties w h o h ad put a clea r bag ove r his h ead. When th e ba g was r e m ove d Watkins went into a yelling rage, aimed a t th e judge, asking the judge why was he allow ing the deputies to hurt his body? Watkins, 53, was in court for arraignment on charges of first-degree murder, three counts of attempted murder, armed carjacking and armed kidnapping. On Friday night, Watkins is alleged to have shot 19-year-old Alyssa Marie Aracich to death, and criti cally wounding two others, Akbar Alwani, 57, and Ariel Love, 27. Watkins' rampage began at a 7-11 store when he entered a pickup truck in th e parking lot and forced the owner at gunpoint to drive him to 10536 Chadbourne Drive. At that l ocation, deputi es sai d Watkins r e mov e d the keys from the truck, l eft the owne r be hind and wal k ed t o car that was occupied by Aracich a nd two others. H e r e port e d fir e d seve ral shots at the vehicle, killing Aracich. The two mal e vic tims ran from the scene unharmed. Watkins then forced the owner of the truck to drive him back to the convenience store where he got into his own veh icle. He then drove to his mother's residence and got into another car. Deputies said Watkins drove to 10917 Brightside Drive and knocked on the door of that residence. When the door was answered by Ariel Love, 27, he was s h qt. He is reported to be in criti cal condition. Watkins then drove to a BP Station on the corner of Anderson Road and Linebaugh where he shot the clerk, Alwani. He is also listed in critical condition. Watkins then drove to ANDRE WATKINS .. arrested after going on shooting ramp 8583 Briar Grove where he approached a man in his yard and started shooting at him. The victim fled into the house with Watkins g iving chase, but was able to get inside unharmed. Depu t ies arrested Watkins 6 hours later at a gas station in Plant City. According to arrest reports, Watkins has a history of violent behavior dating back to April, 1996. One Arrested, Second Sought After Rimming Police Cruiser One person is in custody arjp a second is being sought art ali'htoii'd-ent at central Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard Monday morning. Pol_ice said a.t . officers responded tG--ahouse alarm. As they were arriving, they observed a vehicle traveling we. st from in front of the house leaving. as the vehicle passed, the officers noticed three people alerted other units in the area and continued to the residence. Officers and arrested the driver Theodore The other two occupants fled on foot. Officers were in the area AKBARALWANI .. clerk shot at BP Station On April1, 1996, Watkins was arrested on charges of aggravated battery on a pregnant femal e and aggra vated assault. He posted the bond of $1,000 and was released. On June 18, 1996, Watkins was released on his owm recognizance after a charge of retaliation against a wit n ess On September 23, 1997, Watkins was arrested in Volu sia County for dom es tic viol e n ce a nd po s t e d $2 ,500 bond. On March 1 7, 1998, Watkins was se nt to f e deral prison for a f e d e r a l rul e v i o l atio n and a batte r y c h a r ge On June 19, 2000, h e wa s r e l eased on $5,000 bond for violating a 1995 domesti c violence injunction. Arrests in 2002, 2003, and 2008, on drug and assault with a firearm charges, all resulted in him either b e ing released after posting bond, or released after his time was served A clerk at the BP station where Akbar Alwani was shot said Alwani will be fine. "As far as the guy who shot him is concerned, I work the ea rly shift and I haven t seen him in the store before, said Bobby Ali. "In the 13 yea rs this store has been h e r e, this is the first incident weive ever had. lim just happy they got him. Ali said Alwani had been at the store for two years. Five Arrests Made In Prostitution Sting -, WARREN DAWSON THEODORE BELIN KENDRICK BURK Ml 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hmng of a lawyer IS an important dec1sion that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Befor e you decide. ask us to send you FREE written information about qualifications and expenence! assisting they observed a vehicle coming out of an alleyway with two occupants. A traffic stop was conducted at Central and Dr. MLK, Jr. : Boulevard. Officers blocked \ the passe hgtl ; raised her hands. : A marked unit was in front of tlie suspect vehicle herr a female suspect accelerafed towards the officers who had to t ake e:vasi;v.e action. The. suspect then rammed the marked unit to . The suspect fled on Central and crashed into the curb at Robles Park by the lake. The suspect fled and the passen ger was arrested. The female driver eluded capture. When the suspect vehicle was searched, police said they found jewelry, a gun, burglary tools duct tape and gloves. Belin was charg ed with loi tering a nd prowling, and pos session of crack cocaine The case is still under investiga tion. FRANCOIS SENAT .. ._,, .... C9nducting a prostitution sting called "Happy in the area of Nebraska Avenue and East Lambright, Tampa Police reported the arrest of five people, one of them a juvenile. On Sunday, police charged Antwaun Harrison, 32, Francios Senat, 25 Kendrick Burk, 19, and Moises Hernandez-MOISES HERNANDEZ-ORTIZ Ortiz, 21, with soliciting for prostitution. Police said HernandezOrtiz was also carrying a concealed firearm that had been reported stolen out of Pasco County. He was charged with carrying a con cea led firearm, grand theft, and possession of marijuana His vehicle was also seized. Burk reportedly ran from officers and resisted arrest.

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. Cl-ass i "fie d : s ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No:: 09-CA-028997 I .d .. -.... :,.. U.S. BANK NATIONAL Trustee for Terwin ;Mortgage Trust 2005" 1 OHE, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series:"2005-1 OHE, without, rec9wse (Plaintiff) vs. WESLEY GARDNER al)d ANDREA GARDNER and all unknown parties claiming by through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees, or other claimants; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC., AS NOMINEE FOR SECURED FUNDING CORP.; HEATHER LAKES AT BRANDON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Wesley Gardner 1509 Birchstone Avenue Brandon,FL 33511 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description to-wit: LOT 14, BLOCK E, OF HEATHER LAKES UNIT )_(XXVI PHASE 8, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORQED IN PLAT BOOK 88, AT PAGE 17, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Gary I.' Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is2191 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication. [X] on or before the 8th day of March, 2.Q1 0. and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATIN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 2nd day of February. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: _/s/ SARAH A BROWN DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-27818 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC -SERIES 2009B (Plaintiff) vs. VILMA VALDEZ a/kla VILMA C. VALDEZ and all unkn ow[l parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs devisees grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VILMA VALDEZ a/kla VILMA C. VALDEZ; RAYMUNDO VALDEZ a/kla RAYMUNDO VALDEZ LOPEZ; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Raymundo Valdez a/kla Raymundo Valdez Lopez 8505 Wilding Court Tampa, FL 33634 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description to-wit: Lot 3, Cameo Villas Unit No.7 according to the Plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 49, at Page 52, of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Florida. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any to it on Gary '1. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 2191 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication [X] on or before the 15th day of March, 2010 and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATIN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 27.2-. 7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 11th day of February. 2010. ' PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCI,JIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. 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BUSINESS DIRECTORY VVHIDDEN BROWN P.L. ATTORNEYS AT LAW MIAMI -TAMPA Bond Motions Auto Accidents Probation Violations Ctiminitl Defense & Motorcycle Accidents Drug Offenses p aJ I l'raud/Thcft eJ'SOn nJUI'Y HomlcldeNiolent CriiJl(' 272 22 00 Wrongful Death Clatms Sex Olfebscs (813) -DUIIBUI . m!' 402 East 7th Avenuti; Tampa, FL 33602 Fite Information Concerning Qualificatior.s & ExperienC Hillsborough County (813) 391-2493 Polk County 328 Dorsett Avenue (863) 678-0772 Lake Wales, FL 33853 LAW OFFICE OF CHE LOPARDO, P.A. ATTORNEYS AT LAW-TAMPA. FLORIDA FELONY TRAFFIC DUI MISDEMEANOR BOND I ROR MOTIONS $249 VOP $249 to $949 Excludes Costs (Transcripts, Subpoenas, Etc.) FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION (813) 350-7923 PAYMENT PLANS I VIS4/ MASTERCARD The hiring of an attorney is an important decision that not advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written our and experience. Over 20 Years Experience f;EL9NIESANP MOTION PRACTICE BOND HEARINGS WARRANTS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS/LICENSE SUSPENSIONS PROBATION VIOLATIONS CERTIFIED EXPERT CRIMINAL TRIAL ATTORNEY 300 N. FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA. FL 33602 SERVING BAY AREA COUNTIES 813 277-0068 Email: com lr.tl ll.iJ RICKY'' . . HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY jiiiiiijiiijiiiiiijiiiiij Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.coni Available 24 Hrs./Day FREE Consultation ' : -; .... R. E. Mcintosh, LLC Enrolled Agent 1 AetAs Your Power OfAttorney And Will Negotiate For You To Stop Liens And Levys BI3-389-4ZIS Fax: 813-984-8324 Email: I F l 0 R I 0 A "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS To Advertise In The Business Directory Call LaVora Or Betty At 813-248-1921. DEADLINE For Placina Business Directorv Ads Is FRIDAY AT 3 P.M. -i c m (/) 0 '"T1 m OJ ::0 c )> ::0 -< ..... m "' 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 ::0 a > (/) m z :::j .z J:!2 [a c r r-"tJ c OJ rm c m < m -i c m (/) c > z c ., ::0 c

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