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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tampa Bay Area IR SEE STORY ON PAGE 15 --. TAMPA LINKS, INC., HOSTS 4th ANNUAL READ-IN Members of the Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc., held their 4th Annual Read-ln. The event was held at Sheehy Elementary School on Monday, February 22hd, as part of the Black History Month Celebration. This year, the Links called on African American men to participate in the program. Mrs. Marsha Lewis Brown and Mrs. Terry Taylor shared as Co-chairpersons for the Read-ln. Mrs. Janice Collier is the president of the Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc. Among the men participating in the event this year were: Vance Spears, Dr. James Malone, The Honorable Judge Charles Wilson, James Ransom, Bruce Taylor, Maurice Harvey, Ph.D., Ernest Hooper, Columnist, St. Petersburg Times, Gyasi Cline-Heard, Alfred Cave, Don Dixon, COO of the Hillsborough County Children's Board, Albert Lee, Vice President of Progress Bank of Florida, Assistant Tampa Fire Chief Tom Forward, Richard Briscoe, Ph.D., Jerry Bell, Jimmie Giles, Curtis Stokes, Vice President, Fifth Third Bank, Hiram Greene, USF, Samuel Wright, Ph.D., USF, David Stamps, Ph.D., Attorney Alec Hall, Les Miller, USF Administrator, James Tokley, City of Tampa Poet Laureate, Marvin Bradford, Ken Anthony, The Honorable Judge Perry Little, (retired), I. V. Spears, Jr., Walter Niles, and Dr. Paul Sheehy. (Photography by BRUNSON). Woman Named First Highway Patrol Major SEE PAGE 3 Chase Ends After Truck Hits Shop SEE PAGE 15 School Supt. To AHend Meeting SEE PAGE 3 Weii.Known Minister Dies SEE PAGE 9


FeabJres C\1 C") i Tampa Police To Host :::::> 22nd Black Historv Program c en w :::::> ..... 2010 Tampa Police Department Black History Committee members on the first row from (L-R): Janelle McGregor, Deirdre Joseph, and Beverly Harvin. On the back row (L-R): Major Gerald Honeywell, Lydia Pizarro, L. C. Armstrong, Ida Walker, Detective Sonja Wise and Captain Rocky Ratliff. 2 ct LL c z < c C/) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Tampa Police Department will host its 22nd Annual Black History Celebration on Thursday, February 25th, 6:30 p.m. The event will be held at w :: Ragan Park Community Ce_nter, 1 .200 E. Lake ct Avenue. The theme for the celebraw fion is ''Be bond the Call of fn Duty: Community & .Police ::I: Working Together for a Better Tomorrow." Ernest m Hooper, St. Petersburg Times columnist, will serve as the Master of Ceremony. Ms. Julie Gibson, author of Christian books, will be among the vendors This will mark the first Black History Celebration led by Chief Jane Castor. Three community organizations: Dress for Success Tampa Bay, Community Stepping Stones, and The H.O.P.E. Center will be honored as the 2010 Unsung Heroes. -' The Dress for Success Tampa Bay is an organization that helps women prepare to enter the workforce, stay employed, advance in MS. JULIE GIBSON Author, President and PublisherSanctuary Books Publishing their respective careers and improve their lives. The Community Stepping Stones Program is an organi zation based in the Sulphur Springs. It utilizes art as a means to change and save disadvantaged youth. The H.O.P.E. Community Center was founded in 2006, to provide community outreach for East Tampa resi dents. It has since become a cornerstone in the neighborhood, allowing students to obtain education while learning the value of giving back to the community z w ...J ...J :: m I ...J w z z w College Students Participate .In Mentoring Program C/) ( a: 0 ...J LL BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The organization came into existence after the merger of two other organizations. Ten college students from years ago, Robert L. the Bay area will take part in Cole, Sr., founded the orgaa year-long mentoring pro-nization under the name of gram. The students will the 34th Street Business and rece1ve Community Development nical advice from two memAlliance. Les Miller is cred-l;>ers, ited with fo ,unding the Business and Civic Belmont-Jackson Heights Association (ETBCA) orgahiCivic Association. In 2000, zation. "" the two merged to become The students are enrolled in the East Tampa Business and the Bachelor's Degree pro-Civic Association. gram in the course, Project in In December, 2009, a Community Development Board of Directors was and Social Change at installed, which included: Springfield College. The stu-Marc Hamburg, President; dents are: CierraAshley, Norene Copeland Miller, Craig Bostic, Veronica First Vice President; Streets, Leafie Lee, Molbert Scrivens, Second Charl9tte Williams, Vice President; Gloria W. Maria Grosvenor, Karla Davis, Secretary; Laura Hayward, Marcia Fuller, Assistant Secretary; McCloud, Linesa Thomas Cassandra McCain, and Teressa Williams. Financial Secretary and i During the next year, they Treasurer; Emily Echols, will in all major facets Chaplain; and Les Miller, 9f the ,ETBCA organization s Parliamentarian. community outreach efforts. Other Board members are Sonya Alexander, Darlene Michelle Brown, Kevin Bryant, Bob Buckhorn, Nellie Bythewood, Arthur Jones, Don Lee, Robin Lockett, Carla Milian, Samuel Mobley: Janee Murphy, and Ernestine Ponder. Dianne Hart is CEO. .. Since its inception, ETBCA has worked alone as well as with other organizations to improve the quality of life for its residents In lieu of a regular meeting, ETBCA will support the Jackson Heights NFL Youth Education Town (YET) Center iri their observance of Black History Month. President Marc Hamburg is urging all members and the community to join us at 6 p.m. on February 25th at the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, corner of N. 34th Street and E. Lake Avenue. Former Restaurant Owner Wants To Help Area Youth BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The City of Tampa and Hillsborough County has sev e ral youth programs set up to k ee p young people focused and interested in b e ing pro ductive. Thousands of inner city youth have taken advan tage of these programs. Nettie Henderson, former owner of Quincy's Restaurant, said 'she's con cerned about the young people who fall through the cracks and for whatever reason and aren't interested in those programs. "We can't turn our backs on our young people and expect them to figure it all out by themselves. They need guidance and advice, and that's when we need to step in and give it to them." Ms. Henderson wants help in setting up something that will draw in the young people who need the help the most. "I understand that it's hard to get a lot of them to accept help or admit they need help. It' s up to us to make it avail able to them. We just can' t walk away and give up, Nettie Henderson {right) and her daughter, Andrea. because there's been too much of that going on already." Ms. Henderson said she knows the task will be tremendous, but she's willing to get involved, but she can't do it all by herself. "I need help. I need other adults to join me and let s try to save our young people from themselves and each other." "Our young people are killing each other for no reason, because they place no value on life. We've got to show them just how vahiable life is and what it means to live as long as God will per mit." OMASl F l YOHO --lJ) } "Serving The Community Since 1947" DidYou.Know That ..... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, Including Annual Relining & Surgery In aration For Your Dentures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014


--f Features c: First Black Woman Promoted To Major With FHP BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Rec e ntl y Florida Highwa y Patrol Director, Col. John Czernis, promoted a Captain to the rank of Major and reassigned her. She will over see and be responsible for the operations of the Tampa Bay area. The promotion of Captain Paulette JonesMorris to the rank of major took effect on Fri day. The promotion makes Major Jones-Morris the first African American woman to achieve the rank of Major in the his tory of the Florida Highway Patrol. She was formerly assigned to Troop Kin Or lando, where she has spent the majority of her ca reer. She has served as the District Commander since 2001 in that district. Major Jones-Morris will now assume the command of Troop C, which encompasses Citrus, Hernando, Sumter, Pasco, Hillsborough, Polk, and Pinellas Counties. A 25-year veteran with the Florida Highway Patrol, Major Jones-Morris began her career with the Florida Highway Patrol in 1985 after graduating from the 72"d Recruit Class. Since that time, she has continually moved up the ranks. MAJOR PAULETIE JONES-MORRIS New Troop Commander, Troop C, Florida Highway Patrol Major Jones-Morris earned her Associ ate's Degree in General Education from Gulf Coast Community College. She continued her ed ucation at the University of Central Florida, where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Legal Studies. She earned her Master's Degree in Crim inal Justice from Florida International Univer sity. Program and of FHP's Executive Leadership training. Col. Czernis said, "During her 25-year ca reer with the Patrol, Major Jones-Morris has demonstrated the skills and abilities necessary to be an effective leader. She is ready for the next step in her career, which requires a great amount of self-initiative and responsibility." Major Jones-Morris is also a graduate of the Florida Criminal Justice Senior Leadership "I have full confidence in her abilities to lead the troop that enforces the laws related to high way safety and security in the Tampa Bay area." Superintendent To Anend Middleton Communitv Meeting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, February 2ih, parents, alumni, and members of the community and concerned citizens are in vited to attend a meeting at Middleton High School, 4801 N. 22nd Street. The meeting will be held in the auditorium, beginning at 9 a.m. The meeting is a follow up to one held last July. Among those slated to attend the meeting are Mrs. MaryEllen Elm, Superintendent' Hillsborough County School District; School Board member M-rs. Doretha Edgecomb;-: "t Area Director Henry ington; and Owen Young, Principal of Middleton High School. In July hundreds of con cerned citizens attended the meeting and discussed issue of concern and pledged to rally around the historic high school. During that meeting, Mrs. Ella and Mrs. Edgecomb committed to hold another meeting to present a progress report to issues raised. Mrs. Edgecomb said, "When we had the meeting at the beginning of the school year, we committed to do a fol low up meeting. This is our commitment and we want it to HENRY WASHINGTON Area Director be understood that we were se rious when we made that com mitment "I anticipate that there is going to be good news. An in dication that our students are making progress, the school is focused on their goals and well on the way to achieving those goals, and that there will be tangible evidence of the progress that the school is making." Mrs. Edgecomb further MRS. DORETHA EDGECOMB School Board member OWEN YOUNG Principal of Middleton HighSchool said she is sure that there will be time for parents and mem bers of the community to ask questions MaryEllen Ella, Superintendent of the Hillsborough County School District said, "Owen Young and his staff have made tremendous progress at Middleton High School. The students are doing great, and we're looking for ward to sharing that with the community." Tampa Native Promoted To Firstlt.ln u. s. Armv c )> m m ::0 c: ):> ::0 -< I\) w I\) 0 ..... 0 First Lt. Andrea Maddox is shown assuming command of Echo 2-10 Infantry Regiment. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City. Editor After a young Tampa woman graduated from high school in 1999, she decided to become a member of the military. She joined the U. S. Army less than 3 months after graduation. After initially enlisting into the Army, she completed a four-year tour of duty and returned to civilian life in Tampa. Mrs. Andrea Matthiew Maddox relo cated to Atlanta, in January 2005, and continued to obtain her college education. In addi tion to being gainfully em ployed and a student, she also joined the Georgia Army National Guard. Her thoughts soon turned back to military life. However, First Lt. Maddox decided to re-enter as an officer. She was accepted into the Georgia In stitute of TechnoJogy Army ROTC Program. She was commissioned as an Officer in May 2008. She completed her Basic Of ficer Leadership Courses the following February and was assigned to the Echo Company 2-10 Infantry Reg. the follow ing month. After serving as a Second Lieutenant for 8 months, she was promoted. On February 1st, First Lt. Andrea Matthiew Maddox assumed Command of Echo 210 Infantry Regiment at Fort Leonard Wood, MO. She first learned of her pend-ring promotion on November 30th. As a result of her leader-0 ship ability and professional-):> ism, First Lt. Maddox was en chosen for the position. First Lt. 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0 Columns C") C\1 > a: <( ::::> a: m UJ u. c (/) UJ ::::> 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813 ) 248 -1921 Pub lished Every T uesday and F r i day B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Membe r of Nationa l Newspa p e r Publi she r s Assoc i a tion ( N NPA) POSTMASTER: S end Address Chang e To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Periodi cal Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Bly1he Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Bly1he Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHEJill .. C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROL: u ER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR ,,; IRIS HO.LTON, CITY EDITOR... ; BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DiRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION -"" TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Sub sc riptions$ 44.00-6 Month s Both Editions : $ 87.00-P e r Year Both Editions Opinio n s exp ressed o n editor i al pages o f this n ews p a p e r b y C o lumni s t s or Gue s t Wr i t e rs, d o not necessa r ily reflect t h e e d itorial stance of Th e Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publ is h er. Black Americans And The Tea Partv Is it the Boston Tea Party? We wish! But observing littie to no Black presence at recent so-called American C Tea Party rallies, commentators have questioned the ff parties seemingly exclusion of Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, c Native Americans, Gays and Lesbians. What? Don't we Z drinktea? <( Consequently, a firestorm of attacks has ensued by groups who believe tea has been served and they have C been left out. Even so-called Black Conservative Repubffi licans have mounted a polite rebellion for being left out. ::::> This is in obvious disregard of racist-oriented posters 1-> seen at mostly white Tea Party rallies and cross-country a: tours. T h e F e d e ral Governm ent has b eco m e so p a rtisan until it i s diffi c ult for it to gov ern. Th e original purpo se of the United States Gov ernm ent was to provid e for the com mon defense and to promote the general w elfare of the American people Democratic and Republican in-fighting h a s become so fierce until the governm ent is h a ving a v e ry difficult tim e doing either. The American p eople are mere pawn s in a gam e of polit ical c h e ss betwe e n the two p a rties. I t is no long e r a bout th e Americ a n people in s te a d it is a bout w ho controls th e feder a l government Good ideas or bad id e as are not d e termined by substance but rather b y which party pro poses the idea. Neither party wants to be a part of anything that may make the other party look goo d in th e eyes of vot ers. It does not m atter w h e th er it i s g ood for Ame rica. I d o n t know a bout the r es t of Ame ri ca n s, but I a m tir e d of all of thi s g r and sta ndin g th a t threa t e ns both our securi ty and way of lif e It got me to thinkin g tha t th e tim e has com e not to a m e nd ou r gover nm ent, but t o r e s tru cture it. I h ea r th e t e rm bi g g o v ernm ent b eing u s ed all th e time. Wha t d oes it m ea n? Does it m ea n th a t th e r e are to o m a n y elec t ed offici a l s in W as hington D. C.? I think s o I a in thinkin g we n ee d t o trim the numb e r of l egis l a t o r s we h ave in Washin g t o n that a r e s upp os edl y lookin g out for our be s t inter e st. N o t onl y do we ne e d to throw the out, we also need to limit the number we send there. Mind y ou I am just thinking out loud W e could start th e restructuring by c uttin g th e numb er of senators to so and give eac h state o n e se n ato r instead of two. At the sa m e time, c ut t h e Hou se of R epresentat ive num b er to 2SO m embers a n d alloca t e those so t o s t ates accor d i n g t o p o pul at i o n witl1 eac h s t a t e h avi n g a t l eas t o n e represe nt a tive. Sure, i t i s mor e wor k for th ese e l ec t e d officia l s b eca u se they will h ave m ore t e r r it ory t o cover. It is m y thinkin g th a t b y d o in g this we will g et mor e d edic a t e d h a rd workin g e lecte d offi c ial s in D C. Th e r e will b e less o f them th e r e exe r cis in g the i r lungs a nd holdin g up the legi s l a tive pro cess It will save t ax p ayers a bun dl e o f money b eca u se the r e will b e f ewe r of th e m to m a in t a in I h ave never b elieved th a t it t a k es a whol e lot of people to g e t so m e thin g don e Wh e n it com es down t o m a king d ec i s i o n s, the m o r e o pinion s in v olv e d in the pro cess, the mor e diffi c ult d ecis ion-m a k ing b ecom e s If you don t beli eve me, jus t look at our current Congress. With all of tho s e p eople there they still can't get a thing done. area. white Tea Parties have even been seen holdUJ ing placards saying things like "The White House Has a C Lying African in It!" Nevertheless, Black Conservative Tea Party members en like lloyd Marcus -who travel t:hroughout America on Ancient Africans In Phoenicia And Samaria Toda y genetic testii;tg h a s proved Samaritans are de scendants of Assyr ians and Is raelites. Indeed, Samaria underwent a series of military assaults and invasions b y both Assyrians and Romans. Samaria was a fertile are a for farming fruits olives veg e ta bles and wheat. Significant wine a,nd oil production took place in the a re a as well. Exca vations showed tha t the S a marians lived a life of opu lence and grandeur trading in ffi the Tea Party's cause-are banging the drums loudly. phoenicia and Samaria ::::> Marcus went so far as to pen and sing what would be-were two of the territo-ll. come the American Tea Party's National Anthem, set to ries in which people who lived gospel-sounding music. in the s e areas were predomi-tii Touted as the "Rebirth of American Conservatism," the nately African. Yet, these terri-..J Tea Partiers and supporters claim the number of Blacks tories were in the Middle East S and Latinos in their ranks is growing. However, critics instead of AfriCa. Afri c ans sig-'9 claim such growth has yet to be seen. But this is what we nificantly participated in jjj see. event s that took place in the z Though the beauty of America is the right and ability Bible. t= of every citizen to express his or her own sentiments ffi 'democratically and sincerely, we seriously question the Interestingl y there a re sev -en common sense of any Black American who would throw eral spelling s for the territory <( in their lots with a national group whose hidden agenda of Phoenicia (Phenice, Pheni-C seems to be the sending of American society back to .the cia) which i s mentioned days of the Confederacy. throughout the text of Acts ..J and in Mark 3:7-8 a s well as U. ,._. other scriptures. ea. lth. care Sommlt And Phoenicia, located on the coast of modern-day Lebanon The I IndO bbeen Q ..,. se e y "'ana a n s rst orn L..w=----=-_.;;__ __ ..:;;_,;;:.;:...._,;;.___..:;;_..::... __ son of ... first born son hen Obaina either missteps or n refuses to step in line with what we believe is in Sidon. Tlie territory included the best interest for the American people, we will.be the the cities of Tyre, Sidon, By-first to step in line to give corrective criticism. But for bias, Lamp hath and Aradas now, we applaud our newest President for his latest at-to historians, tempts to bring Republicans and Democrats to a work the Phoenicians considered table that is piling up with smoldering issues. Two of themselves .and those issues are Healthcare and Job Creation legislation. dwelt in the area between That the healthcare plan meetings will be teleVised for 3000-1200 B C. Thus far, the public to witness will give.Americans a ringside seat archeological evidence sup-to see the often unscrupulous behavior of certain of their ports colonization in the area elected officials, on voters' behalf. Thursday, February between 1200-300 B. C. in the 25th, the citizens will have an opportunity_ to observe how cities of Tyre and Zarapath. dysfunctional Washington has become in failing to com-promise on a health care bill during the so-called HealthDeveloped as a major shipping and trading power in the Mediterrane a n the territory engaged in long dist a nce trade and commerce Christian missionaries and i v ory with the Phoenicians Jesus journe y ed to the area Omri's temple, a n cient showing J e1:;us ministered tomb s and at least soo i v ory a mong people of Afric a n defragments h ave been du g up scent Ruled b y Hiram, King durin g archeological digs in ofTyre in 106 B. C., Phoenicia the are a Th ey wer e criti c ized w as the home of very skilled for their life of e x cesses lik e craft s men in building monuworship of fal s e gods and ments. Hiram sent the craftstheir oppression of Jews b y men to help Solomon build prophets Isaiah, Ezekiel and the Temple at Jerusalem Hosea. bn the other hand, 5:7-:11). ,_,. .,, Jesus us ed a parable about a '' SarriarHl'is Ioca ted m:Fii hill y ,., s .) !J ; j t 1 h i!:b '-''1 amariLan o s ow netgu or tarea m the Central regton of ness a nd caring about others. ann Indeed, large numbers of Galilee. Bmlt by Onu::, the Africans lived in other territo sixth king oflsrael in the early 9th century B. C., archeological eviQ.ence proved that Samaria was unoccupied before Omri's rule. Omri moved the kingdom's administrative center to the area. Omri lived there during the last six years of his rule. People living there were a mixed race, descen dants of intermarrying be tween Israelites and Assyrian colonists who invaded the ries outside Africa that we have not talked about including Canaan Hebron and Jerusalem where they made great to civiliza tion. Perhaps, in future articles we will discuss the African presence and influence in these areas as well. In the meantime, let us commit to making every month and e v ery day Black History Month Harambee! care Suminit. We have already watched America' s five major health insurance companies and many of the biggest lobbyists against a public option health care plan walk away with a windf.ill ofptore profits (a 56 percent increase over 2008). This, we will recall, is the result of health insurers having dumped nearly three million customers from their ranks to join the uninsured. No doubt, at the rate they're going, America' s health insurers will be the only winners when the smoke clears in Washington, if Congress fails to pass a health care plan With a public option.


Today's Birthday --Famil y m a tters come to the forefront. You' re certainly capable of expressing your beliefs. Now it's time to lis ten and find out what other people are feeling. Don t speculate. Get them to talk about problems so you can offer help or moral support Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Plan on taking bab y steps toda y as the only way to make forward progress Challenges come in the form of private conversation. Maintain confidentiality at all costs. Aries (March 21-April19)-Yesterday's meditation can now be shared with a partner or close friend. You see how to change your work habits to achieve more without additional effort. Taurus (April2o-May 20) -If you don't adapt, you could feel trapped at work. Practical ideas take over so save an inspired plan for later, after the dust has settled Go with the flow Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You'll get more done if you work in seclusion today A team player suggests a change that you have to pon der before saying yes. Choose balance over glitz Cancer (June 22-July 22) Change your tune but make sure y ou were on key to begin with. Imagination removes limitations and extends boundaries. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Who has control over your decisions? This is no idle question. If you feel out of control, try a tiny adjustment It may be as simple as an attitude shift. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -You don t face the War of the Worlds. The situation calls for adaptation, not annihilation. Going around the bush is easier than c.Q.arging through it. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) work and play flow remarkably well today. You're saying exactly the right words, with the correct logic and colorful flair But don't hog all the glory. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Don't plan on getting your way with everyone. A female challenges your assumptions. State your case clearly and offer several alternatives Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -You may want to ease into work but Instead find yourself in deep water Today's life preserver is made of logic and reason. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You begin the day with an image of your goal. Creative energy takes you a long way, but you also need to get the feel for the material you're using. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Check the schedule early. Verify appointments. A private meeting with an older person points you in SOAPS OPERA SPOilERS ALL MY: Scott confronts Colby o:ver her latest stunt; Ryan 's hit hard by Greenlee s words ; Angie and Jesse try to reconnect. JR asks Tad to always look out for his son; Frankie's mi s take has grave consequences; Erica lays out her demands to David. Annie feels threat ened by Brooke's return; Ryan hopes Greenlee will eventually give them another chance; Erica refuses to step aside at Fusion. AS THE WORLD TURNS Margo arrests HolGen on a murder charge; Lily isn t sure what to believe when evidence suggests Damian is dead; Carly is shocked by Janet and Jack's news. Lily and Molly team up to free Holden; Dusty suggel?tS to Janet that they would be good to gether Casey threatens Mick; Reid plans to leave town; Emily con vinces Paul .to pay her some attention THE BOLD AND. THE BEAUTIFUL Brooke makes Taylor a generous offer; Katie questions Bill about why he sold the company; Stephanie gloats over the Logan sisters being ousted from the com pany; Ridge makes an explosive gesture as Bill leaves the Forrester Creations building. Ridge blasts Brooke about her attitude toward Steffy; Eric and Donna find themselves in awkward situation; Eric makes a heartfelt confession and a desperate plea to Stephanie; Taylor turns to Whip for assistance in making a crucial decision Nick bestows a gracious favor upon Stephanie; Steffy doesn t mince words with Ridge when she confesses her feelings toward Brooke's family; Stephanie wonders if there's more to Eric's offer than just DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Carly. reveals her connection to Melanie; Philip takes Yivian tc;> task over what transpired; Rafe believes that ney is still alive aild'intends to prove lit; EJ asks- Brady to-t:ellNicole that Sydney is dead; Abe warns Bo tl,J.at Carly should lie low. Sami is surprised to see both.EJ and Rafe at her house; Bo tells Vivian that Melanie is recovering; Mia vows to get Chad CJV,oe is selfish for giving lier baby away; Melanie asks Philip rifhe believes Carly is her mother. Sami realizes Rafe is grieving as deeply as she is; EJ makes his final farewell plans; Bo takes Carly back to see Melanie; Stefano learns of Sydney's apparent death; Victor offers to help Hope get Carly out of Bo' s life for good. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Sonny prepares for his day in court; Jax pulls strings to make sure Sonny s convicted; Johnny refuses to back down. Johnny stands up to Jason; Diane has an intriguing proposition for Alexis; Tracy cautions Lulu about getting involved with Dante. Sonny prepares for his day in court; Jax pulls strings to m ake sure Sonny 's convicted; Johnny refuses to back down ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Gigi demands answers from Schuyler ; Kyle takes matters into his own hands; Jessica' s family is shocked by her condition Gigi wants nothing to do with Schuyler; Blair doesn t want history _to repelclt itself where Todd's concerned; Roxy pushes Rex to wards Gigi. Danielle lashes out at Todd; Ford makes a move on Langston; Snoop Dogg takes the at Capricorn after paying his friend Bo a visit at home. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS --Sharon demands the truth from Adam ; Amber and Chloe get a strange clue. Sharon makes a decision with Adam; the battle lines are drawn between J.T. and Vic. toria. Victor reminds Adam who is in control; Daisy continues to torment Jana.Emily realizes what happened; Phyllis' secrets lead her to discover wpat is hiding Janetgets closer to the truth about Daisy; Nina helps Paul forget his troubles. A beautiful photo of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ferrell. These folks stopped long enough to pose for this photo during a BellmanWaiters Dance. "T1 r-0 ::D I (/) m z ::I z m r-m c: r rm ::I z "'tt c: m r-(j) :I: m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c ., :!:! c Partipcating in a talent show at Booker T. 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FAITH ALLSIA (Princess) And HOPE 2/21/09 Hey big sis, Auntie Estelle and I are wishing you a belated 1st birthday We love you. AVAZOEY (Throwback) : 2/24/09 Auntie Estelle wishing you a happy 1st birthday, with much love. MR. And MRS. COOK Wishing my husband a happy birthday. Today, he turned a year older We wish you many more to come. Love you always, wife and kids. Local Park Project Completed Reeves Building and Plumbing Contractor, Inc. has completed the new construction of the City of Tampa Bern's Park in South Tampa. The park was named for restaurateur Bern Laxer (Bern's Steak House). Pictured are: Chris Nyers, President of Aquatectonica; Sam Zambon, City of Tampa Inspector; Scott Brooks, City of Tampa Project Manager; Michael Reeves, President of Reeves Building and Plumbing; Laurie Potier-Brown, City of Tampa Parks Director; and Thomas Hester, City Architect. Countv Launches Online Construction Proiect Feature The Hillsborough County Public Works Department has started a new community proj ect information web page that will give citizens the opportu nity to view the status of major department projects under construction in the unincorpo rated county. The first two projects to be listed on the web site are the Bruce B. Downs Boulevard project from Palm Springs Boulevard to Pebble Creek Drive, and the Racetrack Road project from Douglas Road to Hillsborou g h Avenue. This web site will provide an overview of projeCts allow citizens to check on the current status and view the construc tion schedule, and check on traffic shifts and possible de lays. It also gives the public an opportunity to view an infor mational video on the project and submit any comments or concerns they may have. The web site will include information for all future major Public Works Department projects, such as stormwater projects, intersec tion improvements and road way widenings. To access the project infor mation page, go to the Public Works homepage at www.hillsboroughcoun ty.org/publicworks/ and click on Major Community Proj. ects" or simply type in www.hillsboroughcounty.org/ pwprojects / Countv Holding Public Meeting On Northwest Solid waste Transfer Facilities Hillsborough County's Solid the facilities include adding Waste Management Departmore on-site cueing lanes for ment will be holding a public better traffic flow; additional meeting to share its plans to scale houses to weigh-in snlid expand and improve its Northwaste materials; a larger solid west Solid Waste Transfer Fawaste transfer building to betcilities. The meeting will be ter handle increased solid held on Thursday February waste generated from the pop25, from 6:30p.m.-8:30p.m. ulation growth in the North-at the Town '.N Country Recre-. area; and site ation Center leeated at 6039 the CommuHanley Road, Tampa. Please nity Collection Center and attend. Your input is welcome. Yard waste Processing Facil-fm: ity. Construction is expected to begin in fall2010 and be com pleted in winter of 2012, at an estimated cost of $27.2 mil lion. All meeting facilities are ADA compliant For additional as sistance, call (813) 307-8386. For more information on the public meeting, please call the Solid Waste. Management Department at (813) 272-5680 (TTY: 301-7173). Para infor macion, llamar al 272-5680 Hillsborough Countv NUCP Urges Voter Participation The Hillsborough County NAACP encourages every eli gible voters in District 58, to go to the polls Tuesday, Febru ary 23rd. According to statis tics, less than 7% of the registered voters in District 58 took part in the special Pri mary Election held last rp.onth. Dr. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County NAACP said, The re sults of the recent Special Election held on January 26, -.2. 010, for the State of Florida House of Repre15entative seat held by Rep. Michael Sconiti, (District 58), are em barrassing to the community and a return to apathy in the voting process. She further said that both she and the Hillsborough County NAACP are soliciting support of the Branch's Politi cal Action Committee, which is chaired by Robin Lockett. Ms. Lockett is concen trating on two very initiatives this year, being counted in the 2010 Census and the registra !ion, education and 'Get Out The Vote' for all eligible citi zens, including those citizens requiring support with the 'Restoration of their Rights.' "The winner of Tuesday's election will represent us in Tallahassee on statewide is sues as: Education, Health care, Insurance Cost, etc., and we should vote to express our concern and mandate ac countability with our taxpayer dollars," she said.


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AndreWS Familv Recognized At The Florida State Fair's Inaugural Wall Of Fame Memoers of the family C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. attended the Florida State Fairgrounds Inaugural 'Wall of Fame' celebration on opening day of the fair, February 4 2010. Mr. Andrews, Chairman of the Board of the Florida Sentinel, was inducted into the wall along with the late Reverend Dr. A. Leon Lowry and Felicia Wintons Taylor. Members of the Andrews family in attendance were Mrs. Glo ria A Andrews, widow of C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., S ylvia Andrews, daughter-in-law; C Blythe Andrews, III, son and President of the Sentinel; Kay Andrews, daughter and Publisher; and Allison Wells-Clebert, granddaughter and the Sentinel's CFO. (Photography by BRUNSON) Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www.flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertising And More! Gospel legends To Honor Bishop M. B. Jenerson Four gospe l l ege nds --Kurt Carr, Pastor Clint Brown, Lecresia Campbell, and Dr. Rance Allen Will b e in Tampa next w ee kend h e lpin g ce l eb rate the birthday of Bishop M. B. Jefferson. The events are free and open to th e public. D ee p e r Life Christian Church will open their doors to all for three power-pack ed birlhday celeb rations. On Sunday, Feb ruary 28, at 10 a. m., Stellar and Dove Award winner Kurt Carr will be the Gu es t Psalmist. On that evening at 6 p m., Deeper Life and friends will celebrate again with Kurt Carr, and additionally with special guest speaker, Pastor Clint Brown, Senior Pastor of Faith BISHOP M. B. JEFFERSON World Church, Orlando. Bringing the cel ebration to a close on Monday, March 1 at 7 p.m., Lecresia Campbell, a regular on the Trinity Broad casting Network (TBN), will be the Guest Psalmist; St ellar Award winner and Grammy Nomine e, Dr. Rance Allen of the Rance All e n Gro up a nd S e nior Pastor of New Bethe l Churc h of God in C hri st, will be the spec i a l g u es t speaker. P eo pl e from ac ro ss the n atio n will co m e to Tampa to join in the festivities. All are w e l co m e to prais e a nd worship with th e Jefferson fami l y and th ese Gospel greats during D ee p e r Life s three B irthd ay Gal a eve nts. D eeper Lif e Church is located at 3300 N. Nebraska Avenue Tampa, 33605. V i sit www. thedeeperlifech ristianchurch. com or call (813) 229-6805 for more informa tion. This is a birthday celebra tion you don t want to mi ss. Haitian Ambassador Visits Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Thursday, Haitian Ambassador Raymond Joseph ar rived in Tampa for a town hall meeting. The meeting was for the purpose cif giving citizens an opportunity to ask questions on the current state of Haiti and on plans for the future. Sania Grandchamp, spokesperson for the dor and a DJ from Haiti, said they are still working to get do nations together and they 'v e sent several containers to Haiti already. "We're working with several organizations and we're looking to fly to Haiti within the next two weeks. On the report that some areas of Haiti aren't getting the help they need, Grandchamp said unfortunately that's true. RAYMOND JOSEPH Haitian Ambassador The reason Port-Au-Prince has gotten all of the attention is be cause it is accessible. Travel is very difficult right now, so some of the towns have been difficult to reach, even with helicopters. "This is an extremely difficult t ime for all of us especially those trying to provide aid to the victims of the earthquake. Grandchamp said they all appreciate the aid and prayers given to the Haitian people, and SANIA GRANDCHAMP asks that everyone to do whatever they can to help the devastated families. "Although they called off the search for victims, bodies are still being pulled out from un-. derneath crushed homes and buildings. This process will be going on for a while, and we need everyone's indulgenc e and patience as we continue our ef forts to put Haiti back together and restore some kind of order. CONFERENCE 2010 February 23rd -28th Theme : Fight the good fig h t of faith, lay hold on eternal life whereunto thou art also called, and hast a good profess ion before many witnesses. 1 Timothy 6:12 7:3o-P. M.-NIGHTLY i SATURDAY MORNING 11 A. M. SUNDAY MORNING 11 A. M. Evangelist I Prophetess Ruthie M. Jones. Co-Pastor Apostle JohnnyL. Jones Pastor Tuesday/Wednesday, February 23 & 24 DR. LINDA WILLIAMS OfT. A. P. P., Ministries Leesburg Thursday February 25th PASTOR: PATRICIA SANDS of By The Word Faith Church, St Petersburg Friday February 26th DR. ELAINE WALKIN Of Light of the World Church, Macon, GA Saturday Morning, Feb. 27th PROPHETESS/PASTOR MARY C. BROWN of New Hope Holiness Church, Inc. Jacksonville/Reddick, FL Saturday Night/Sunday Morning, February 27th & 28th-. -PROPHETESS MAXINE THOMAS of Laborers Into His Harvest Ministries, Nassau, Bahamas HOST: PROPHETESS R. M. JONES LIGHT OF THE WORLD DELIVERANCE CHURCH 4701 N. 15th St.Tampa, FL 33610 For More Information: (813) 15


Organization Plans ldren's Step Workshop ursday, February 25th, About Kids, Inc., will Children s Workshop. will take place from m. until 5 p.m. at the office located at Mall (across Shoes). workshop will feature Step Afrika. Those in participating on line and the limited. Wanda De La Rosa, Director of It's All Kids, Inc., said "This is a for kids between the 6 and 13. It's a free but space is You on line." \ celebrates the art .v .. ''"'"U"o Stepping was first in the United States is a movement consisting of intricate kicks, stomps, rhythms, and other forms of expression. The workshop is part of the kick off for It's All About Kids ,' relo9ation to University Mall. This event will not only allow students to learn and experi ence something new and excit ing, but also broaden their horizon by exposing them to a different aspect of Black His tory, she said. The purpose of It's All About Kids, Inc., is to provide re:sources to children and their families that emphasizes education, literacy, social skills and character development. The workshop will be taught by world-renown steppers with experience in stepping, tapping, and the dance field of art. They will be focusing on enlightening them on the histori cal and African meaning behind the different step move ments. FifthSundav Union Auxiliarv Sunday Union Auxilthe Bay Ceritral District As:sodiation. Rev. Eric Cam.p Moderator, convened at M. B Church, Rev. J. Lyons, General Convention President Pastor. The speaker Dr. Zachery Hudpastor of Re-Birth M B. Other officers of the auxiliary are: Rev. Danny Osborne, lloyd Wright, John Etheridge, Karen King, Car-. olee Washington; Wynie Best, Tempe Etheridge, Ozell Chisholm, and Arlena Chisholm. The next session will be held in May in Lakeland. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons ad-dresses the audience. Well-Known Minister Passes Reverend T. J Jacobs passe d away Thursday, Fe b r u ary 18, 2010 at Th e Hom e Assoc i a t io n after a brief illn ess H e was 82 years ol d. sonry and ca r pe n try work H e enjoyed hunt ing, fishing, c s i nging and hming c offe e with )> hi s buddi es at th e Waffle H o u se. 1\J Rev. Jacobs cam e to Tampa more than 60 years ago from Edison-Bluffton GA. He was one of 11 children. w Rev. Jacobs i s surv i ve d b y his childr en: Shirley Strick-..... land James, Terrell J. Ja-o He united with St. Luke AME Church. He was later ordained a minister joining many other ministers in the family. He was assigned to various Methodist congregations throughout Florida REV. T. J. JACOBS cobs, Jr., Jacksonvill e and Cheryl Lynette Rahmings; Mi a mi; and brothe rs Robert Jacobs and John C. Jacobs. Rev. Jacobs was also a member of the popular gospel group, the Jacobs Brothers Gospel Singers. Rev. Jacobs was also known for his rna-Funeral arrangements are planned for Saturday, February 27, 2010, 12 noon at St. John Cathedral Church Bishop Eddie Newkirk, pastor. Hannon Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Florida Sentinel apologizes to Mrs. Rose Wilson and family for identifying her as Patty Wilson (her deceased daughter), the mother of Leroy Wilson. Wilson was fatally wounded in a drive-by shooting last week in Grant Park. Jurisdiction of Southwestern Florida Church of God in Christ Welcomes you to our 43rd Annual Holy Convocation February 20, !'2-28; 2010 44Great God, Great Vision, Great Accomplishments" Isaiah 40: 28-29 B .ISBOP MATI'BEW WILLIAMS Ju.ri.sdil:tional Prelate SCHEDULE OF SERVICES All services will be held at Brown Memorial Church of God In Christ February22 Monday Evening 7:30p.m. Anointing Service Speaker: Superintend.ent George E. Butts, Fresh Anointing District. February 23 Morning Prayer 9:30 a.m. Tuesday Morning 10:00 a.m. Official Opening Daily Seminars Tuesday Evening 7:.'i0 p.m. Annual Men's Conference Speaker. Bi$hop Darrell IDnes, President of COGIC National Men's Conference February24 Morning Prayer 9-.30 a.m. Wednesday Morning 10:00 a.m. Daily Seminars Wednesday Evening 7:30p.m. Speaker: IDs Eminence, The Most Reverend Charles E. Blake, Sr. Chief Apostle, Preyiding Bishop, Church of God In Christ February 2.5 Morning Prayer 9-.30 a.m. Thursday Morning 10:00 a.m. Daily Seminars Thursday Evening7:30 p.m. Ordination Service Speaker: Eider Charles Davis, Cbainnanof PastorS & Elders Council February 26 Morning Prayer 9:80a.m. Friday Morning 10:00 a.m. Women's Day Speakers: Evangelist Botavia Jackson First Lady Shelley Crwnedy Mothe. r Genctta Jones Friday Evening -7:30p.m. Speaker. Mother Alberta M.Baker, JUrisdictional Supervisor February 27 Saturday 1 p.m. Purity Class & Sunshine Band Day Saturday Evening 7:30p.m. AIM Night Speaker: Elder Charles MIQor Jones,n February 28 Sunday Evening Official .Day/ Founder's Day 5:00p.m. ...-----.., Official Message: Bishop Matthew Williams, Jurisdictional Prelate ., r-0 :c c )> C/) m z :::! C/) ::I: m c m < m :c < -f c: m C/) c )> z c "11 :c c


Local N Big John's Barbeque Is Back Big John' s Alabama Barbecue is back The business held a ribb on c uttin g ceremony on January 31st. Hundreds braved th e incl e m ent weather to attend the eve nt. (Photos b y Frederick Harris) Coordinator of the ribbon cutting ceremony, Paula Jones and .Master of Ceremonies Henry "Shake" Washington. \;I Ribbon Cutters for the ceremony were, from left, Mother Callie Crawford, sister of founder, Rev. John A. Stephens, City Councilwoman Gwen Miller and Mrs. Sallie B. Stephens, owner and widow of Rev. John Stephens. Ofkr good forl009 Tu i'rl'pa11tioa Not tllid llilll olllfroffm. ElpiresAprill5,2010.


Dragons And Crusaders Heading To State Two Hillsborough County girls basketball teams are headed to the girls' state basketball tournament, the Tampa Catholic Crusaders and the Jefferson Dragons. The Crusaders (28-2) will make their second straight appearance. They will play Tallahassee Rickards in the 3A semi-finals at 2:30 p. m., Wednesday. The Crusaders are back with most of the members from last year's team. The story of the state tournament has to be the run of Coach Tom Mosca's Lady Dragons. The Lady Dragons (28-3) will be making their first ever appearance at state. The Dragons got derailed one game short of the state last year by Boca Ceiga of St. Petersburg While Coach Mosca did not say it, the look on his face was that of a man who was confident he and his team would be at state this year. The' Jefferson ladies won their district and their region games. Now, they are after the state crown. They will go to work on Friday at 11:30 a. m. when they take on Pensacola High. The Dragons earned their state berth by blasting a good Barron Collier team 66-41. Leading scorer, Laurie Beatty scored 1S points while Shayla Wilson pulled down 22 rebounds. The Dragons' offense is directed by senior, Jade Givens, a coach on the floor. Chantel Frazier and Benee Glanton, both provide the Dragons with a strong inside game. Shayla Upshaw and Vanessa Vinson head up a strong and deep bench. Coach Mosca pulls the strings for the Dragons and Coach Nancy Kroll pulls the strings for the Crusaders. St. Petersburg Boca Cel.ga will also make their second straight appearance to state Boca has a record of 29-1 and has won 22 straight games. They will compete in the sA class. Winter Haven another Tampa Bay area team, will also compete at state in sA. The state tournament will b e played in Lakeland at the Lakeland Civic Center. The tournament starts Wednesday the 24th and runs through Saturday the 28th. Two other county teams fell one game short of the state tournament. Those two teams were Sickles, who lost to Boca in the regions final and Cambridge. This could be a banner year for our city. Chances are very good that two state champions could reside in Tampa. -:lauazine, AT& 1 Donate. .$3,000 To Linle League I I I The Tampa Bay's Cigar City Magazine and AT&T will present a $3,000.00 donation to West Tampa Little League during the league's season opener on Saturday, February 27th at 9a.m. The donation will help pay registration fees for players whose families could not otherwise afford them. "Baseball has always been important in this communi ty and we want to make sure that everyone who wants to play can," said Cigar City Magazine Publisher, Lisa Figueredo. Cigar City Maqazine, a sponsor of West Tampa Little League since 2007, partnered with AT&T to make the donation possible. A cornerstone of the West Tampa community since 1962, West Tampa Little League has produced some of professional baseball's best, including Dave Magadan, Tino Martinez, Luis Gonzalez, and first-year Hall-of-Fame nominee, Fred McGriff. For more information, contact Cigar City Magazine at (813) 3.7.3 .&&. Westbrook Charged With DUI BYRON WESTBROOK WALDORF, Md. -Washington Redskins cornerback Byron Westbrook was arrested early Friday and charged with driving under the influ ence. Charles County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Diane Richardson said Westbrook, 2S, was pulled over about 2 a.m. on Route s at Lakewood Place after a deputy saw a Mercedes cross the center line several times. Richardson said the deputy smelled alcohol and administered field sobriety tests. She said Westbrook, the brother of Eagles running back Brian Westbrook, failed and was arres t ed. Wizards Howard Calls Hangover Storv A 'lie' JOSH HOWARD WASHINGTON--Josh Howard called a report that he missed a game last month with the Dallas Mavericks because he had a hangover a "lie." After Howard scored 20 points to help his new team, the Washington Wizards, beat the Denver Nuggets 107-97 on Friday night, he was asked about the ESPN.co m report, which cited unidentified sources Howard said, ''I'm not responding to a lie." Howard was traded to Washington from Dallas l ast week. He missed the Mavericks' Jan. 20 game against Washington with what was announced as a stomac h illness. He did not start another game for the Mavericks after that. Peppers Heads Potential Unrestricted Free Agents NEW YORK --Carolin a d e f e n s i ve end Julius Peppers, B u ffa l o wide receiver Terrell Owens and New Orleans safet y Darren Sharper a r e among 23S NFL players scheduled to become unrestricted free agents next month. A complete list of players with at least six seasons in the league a nd contracts due to expire was posted Thursday b y the NFL on NFLLabor.com. Also among the players on their way to being free to sign with another club in an uncapped 2010 season, starting March s, are JULIUS PEPPERS Indianapolis linebacker Gary Brackett, New England nose tackle Vince Wilfork, Oakland defensiv e end Richard Seymour and Arizona linebacker Karlos Dansby. Vikes' Williamses Headed To Trial MINNEAPOLIS --The Minn esota state lawsuit over the NFL s suspensions of Vikings players Kevin Williams and Pat Williams will go to trial next month. KEVIN WILLIAMS And PAT WILLIAMS c m en c 'TI m m :0 c )> :0 -< 1\.) w 1\.) 0 ...... 0 Hennepin County District Court Judge Gary Larson ruled Thursday that there are several outstanding questions on employment issues, so the trial will start March 8. m < m steroids. 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as Pleads Not Guiltv wing Kelis $200,000 In Child Suppon can't seem to get a not guilty to con court, in a proceeding for his bitter divorce from Kelis. Kelis' lawyers allege that Nas has failed to pay $2oo,ooo in court ordered child and spousal support. Nas was ordered last year to pay $51,000 monthly in child and spousal support. The judge will make his decision in March and if Nas is found guilty, he could be the next rapper headed to jail. The couple has one child together, Knight, who was born last year. Kelis has also since signed with Interscope and Black Eyed Peas front man Will.i.am's label Will.i.am Music Group. Fantasia Barrino Called Out In Hate Mail Threat Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. The singer became more than worried after reading the letter filled with racial slurs including "Nigger" and a line tha_ t read "go back where you came from and die." The person who scribed the letter is also said to have worked at Fox when she was a <_::ontestant on "American Idol." Police were immediately notified and security has been increased around the venue and precautions and inspections are being con-ducted on everything sent to her dressing room. Tax Problems Haunting Eve EVE Eve is having one hell of a February as reports surfaced that the first lady of Ruff Ryders owes more than $357,000 in delinquent state and federal taxes. Records show that the rapper turned actress owes the state of California, who filed a lien against her on Jan. 29, 2009; $29,059This will make the second lien filed since 2008 with the Los Angeles County Recorder of Deeds. This may explain why she has decided to sell her Hollywood Hills home, which according to published reports was built only 5 years ago. In addition to Los Angeles County, Eve also reportedly owes the IRS a total of more than $271,684 for liens filed since 2008. She recently announced in January that she left Interscope/Geffen/ A&M Records in search of a new label. Although label-less, the Philly bred MC is still busy making music. Currently she is appearing on the remix for "My Chick's Bad," the second single off Ludacris' Battle of the Sexes and preparing to release a new album titled Lip Lock which will feature appearances by Ruff Ryders and production by Swizz Beatz. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 13) 248-1921 '-4' c m (/) Ashanti's Stalker Sentenced To Two Years In Jail-c "TT m llJ JJ c )> JJ -< The man accused of sending Murder Inc.'s form e r first lady and her mother a barrage of explicit text messages and photos has been sentenced. As previously reported 31-year-old Devar Hurd was arrested for stalking and aggravated harassment after Ashanti's mother Tina Douglas says he sent her pictures of his genitals and crude messages. Douglas also says she pulled Ashanti out of a rehearsal for the Wiz on Broadway after Hurd sent a picture of Ashanti's car out side the theater. She testified against the man saying, "It was just disgusting and humiliating and extremely frightening." Ashanti did not testify. Hurd described himself to the court as a music company ASHANTI executive, a singer, a car salesman, a model and a real estate investor and said that most women usually enjoy the pictures he sends of him pleasuring himself. He says he got the woman's number from an employee at Murder "TT He was sentenced to two r-years in jail. Lil wavne Gets (/) m z :::! z m r-8 Root Canals As He Prepares For Jail Stint 1 llJ c r rm For those who thought Lil Wayne was lying about his dental issues to extend his time out of prison, according to reports he just had the most extensive oral surgeries in the history of dentistry. Lil Weezyhad a marathon session that included a stom ach-turning eight root canals at one time after going under the drill on Tuesday. During the eight hour procedure, Wayne had his grill worked on, several tooth implants redone; more implants added and had the few real teeth he had left repaired. On February 9, 2010, Lil LILWAYNE Wayne, who was sentenced :::! z to a 1-year bid for felony gun possession, had his date with Rikers Island postponed until March 2nd while he gets his mouth prison-ready. c Romeo Throws Benefit Concen For -Haiti .n Romeo, the son of HipHop mogul Percy "Master P" Miller and former USC bas ketball star, is doing his part to help children affected by the tragedy in Haiti. Romeo is following in his father's footsteps and teaming up with IHeartHaitiKids.org to. throw a benefit concert. He'll be joined by his HipHop group, The College Boys, as well as his younger sister, Cymphonique, JoJo and others for a concert at Six Flags Magic Mountain on February 27th. ROMEO The concert is free and adii,lission to the park is discounted that day. Attendees are encouraged C) to bring books to the park to m donate to Haiti. c;;


M N > a: <( :::> 0: m w u. ......: C:( c en w :::> t-c 0: LL c z <( c en w :::> t-> 0: w > w c w J: en :J m :::> n. z i= w ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL S/SGT.JOHN WALTER WYNN, JR. Homegoing services for S/Sgt. John Walter Wynn, Jr. of 4402 E. 25th Avenue, who passed away on Thursday, February 18, 2010, will be held on Thursday, February 25, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Rev. Moses Brown, officiating. Interment will follow at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida, at 12 noon. S/Sgt. Wynn was born in Edenton, North Carolina, and was a resident of Tampa. He served in the armed forces and loved playing pinochle and doing upholstery. He was preceded in death by: his parents, mother, Pearlie Halsey Gilliam and father, John Walter Wynn, Sr. He i s survived by: his loving wife, Ernestine Thomas Wynn; children, Rubie Wynn, Kenneth Junious, Cynthia Denise and husband, Hiram Jones, and Brenda Faye and husband, Derek V. Walden, Sr.; grandchildren, Kenneth Junious, Jr., Adam' Johnson, Sr., -Derek V. Walden, Jr. and Devin M. Walden; five great grandchildren, Ambrielle Johnson, Allen, Aliyah and Adam, Jr. Johnson and Chauncey Cannon; nieces, Lori Mays (Chris), Sherrie Watkins, Katari Jones, Pat Tillis (Kevin), and Toyna (Michael); nephews, Wyndell Mays (Deborah), George Mays, Trent Jones (Valeria), Juan Jones and Douglas (Sandra) Jones; cousins, Ella M. Blocker (Tyrone), Daniel Halsey, Percy Halsey (Selena), Vivian Halsey, Willie L. Perry, Annie Delois, Eloise Roundtree and Julia Nunnaly; brother-in-law, Eddie Mays, friends, Willie and Josephine Browder, Alphons and Eleanor Thompson, Patricia Graham and Donald, Dorothy and Leon Davis; godmother, Mrs. Louella Hayes; and staff at Whispering Oaks. The family will receive friends froni a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home hapel. AIKENS FUNERAL HOM www.aikensfuneralhome.net HartllOII Funcnu \'\' H.ilrnX'!n, I .. I-' I). L F. D ;';(10"2 N. 441tb St 626-8600 MISS CHERYL DENISE PERRY The family of the late Miss Cheryl Denise Perry, would like to thank friends and family for their various acts of kindness via cards, flowers, words of encouragement and other sentiments, during our time of sorrow. The Perry family. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME S/Sgt. John W. Wynn, Jr. Mrs. Ella Bennett Pastor Dennis E. Streeter Mr. Robert E. Waites "Bob" HARMON FUNERAL HOME. Shanequa Friday, Tampa. Mary G yant, Tampa. Wilford Tobias Hills, Miami. Rev. T. J. Jacobs, Tampa. Darcell Simpson, Tampa. Betty Smith, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Kathy Cox, Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Flore Pacheco Hernandez, Tampa. Mrs. Joyce C. Marcus, Tampa Ms. Maria Ruiz, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Mr. James Curtis Harrington, 1832 Cadillac Circle, Tampa. Mr. Leonce Jules, 13901 N. Florida Ave., Tampa. Mr. Leroy Wilson, 3722 Carroway Street, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Ave Ellis, Tampa. Eugene Jasper, Sr.,Tampa. FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" JCnl tt 29" st. Tampa, FL 3360:J (300) 605:-3350 (313) 248.6125 \YW\ 1 wil9on.funeral'home.com National Mississippi Familv Allege Police Brutalitv A Miss i ssippi fami l y i s in a n up r oa r afte r they say they h ave vid eo of p o li ce s t o mping, b ea t in g and c h o ki ng one of the ir f a m i l y m e mb ers T he Haynes f a mil y o f Cla rk s d a l e, Mississ ippi co n t acte d th e lo ca l n ews a fter they s ay poli ce u se d excess iv e for c e when a rresting 21y e a r-old Steven. Steven w as on the front porch of his home when police arrived to a rrest one of his cousins The family say s police ordered them to go inside the hous e but Steven declined, telling them that they were on private property and that they didn t have to. When officers went to arrest him, the man threw money in his pocket to his older brother apparentl y prompting police to choke and stomp him. The entire incident was caught on tape through a rela tive's cell phone camera. Man Admits To Throwing 3-MonthOid Daughter OHBridge ZARA MALANI-LIN ABDUR-RAHEEM Police have Shamsiddin 21-year-old Abdur-Ra-heem in custody after they say he confessed to throwing his 3-month old daughter off a bridge in New Jersey. Police are searching for the child off the Garden .State Park way's Driscoll Bridge in the Rar itan River. They report that Raheem took little Zara Malani-Lin Abdur-Raheem from her grandmother' s home and fled before being found hours later at a relative's. When they asked him where his daughter was he admitted to throwing the baby off the bridge. He and the child's mother are not currently together and she had a restraining order against him. Man Rapes Woman In Movie Theater, Finishes Watching Movie With Wife And Kids P olice i n O hi o h ave a ma n in c u stody afte r they say h e r aped a wom a n in a movi e th eate r th e n r e turn ed t o finis h wa t c h in g a movi e with hi s wife a nd kids. P o li ce believe 24-yea ro ld Samson Ojo was wa t c hin g Did Y o u H ea r A b out The M o rgans" with hi s wif e and c hildre n b e for e h e followed a 21year -old woman out the movie to ask for her number. When she refused he dra gged her to an empty theater and raped her before returning to finish the movie with his family. His wife is cooperating with police and told them that her SAMSONOJO husb and l e ft the theater multi ple times and when she tried to call him on his cell phone h e didn t answer He is being charged with rape and kidnapping Mom Goes On Trial For Murdering Daughters, Puning Bodies In Freezer A Rockville Maryland woman was tes tified a gainst by her own daughter Thursday after the girl s ay s her ex mother" beat and killed her two sisters before housing their bodies in a freezer. Renee Bowman is on trial in Montgomery County for the deaths of her two adopted spe cial needs d a ught e rs Minnet Cecila Bowman and Jasmine Nicole Bowman. Her 9y ear-old daughter appeared in court Thursday to testify aga in s t the woman she calls h e r ex-mother." The girl told the jury tha t she and her two s ist e rs were kept in a locked room and given a bucket to use for a bathroom. She also say s that the woman would often beat them with a shoe and a baseball bat on their buttocks and crotch before choking them. The two adopted daughters were killed three years ago at the ages of 8 and 9 When police caught Bowman they found the bodies of the two girls in a portable freezer she carried around with her while she collected subsi dies from the District of Columbia for adopting special RENEE BOWMAN Killed Her Daughters MINNET AND JASMINE needs children. The young girl, who now lives with foster parents, says when she asked what happened to Minnet and J asmine, Bowman told her that they left her behind because she was stupid and dumb and they didn't want to see her any more." She has already been sen tenced to 25 years for abusing the young girl.


c uple Charged After E st Tampa Shooting at least once in the police said,. was alert and He was identified Miezan Etti. conducted the into the shoot learned that the sus reportedly left in a evrolet Tahoe. An as placed on the .. VEEANDREA JACKSON ... charged with attempted murder after the fact description of the vehicle. Officer K. Duran was at the intersection of Nebraska and Busch Blvd., when she heard the alert and reported that she was behind a vehicle fitting that description, police said. Officers stopped the vehicle and immediately noticed what appeared to be bullet holes in the truck and win dows. At that point, Tyrone Anthony Jackson reportedly told police, "My wife had nothing to do with this. Jackson, who was the passenger in the vehicle, was charged with attempted mur der His wife, Ms. Veeandrea Frantae Jackson, 22, was charged with attempted first degree murder after the fact. Both were being held at the Hillsborough County Jail as of press time. Police said a -45 caliber handgun was located inside of the vehicle. Police said their investigation also revealed numerous bullet cas ings in front of two homes on E. !dell Street. 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. T h e h rmg of a Ia\', yer 1 s an 1mportan: dec1s1on t hat s hould not be based sol e l y upon advertisements Sefoe yo1J dec,de u s :o send y o u FREE 1nlorma:1on about and Bank Robberv Suspects Sought BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT On Friday morning, two men robbed a credit union using a note. The men fled the scene in a vehicle with an undisclosed amount of money. According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffis Office, the two Black men walked into the Suncoast Schools Credit Union, 950 Fletcher Avenue, about 8:35 a m One of the men remained in the waiting area while the other approached the teller and presented a note demanding money. The teller complied and the two men walked out of the front door together. A short time after the left, witnesses told police a burgundy Ford Taurus or Mercury Sable was seen leav ing the parking lot. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Hillsborough County Sheriffis Office at (813) 247-8200; or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-8477-Store Clerk Prevents Armed Robberv Tampa police said a quick thinking clerk prevented the robbery of a gas station early Saturday The suspects fled the scene without obtaining any cash. According to police, two would-be robbers entered the Mobile Gas Station, 4242 E. Busch Blvd., around 5 a.m., wearing masks and gloves. At the time the suspects entered the store, the clerk was in the cooler. The first suspect went to the register and allegedly attempted to open it. The second suspect went to the cooler and brought the clerk out at gunpoint, and attempted to force him to open the register. The clerk told the suspect that he could not close the door or the register because he was standing too close. Both sus pects stepped back and the clerk locked the door, protecting himself behind the bullet proof glass, police said The men fled the scene without receiving any money. No injuries were c suv Crashing Into Business Ends Police Chase m en c "TT m OJ ::0 c )> ::0 -< Tamp a P olice a rrest e d 49y e a r-old m a n early F rida y following a chase The chase cam e to an e nd whe n th e S U V the man w as driving crashed into a local E a st Tampa busi ness. According to police, early Friday morning a marked police car with two officers attempted to stop a dark col ored, SlJV .in the Sulphur Springs area at E. River Cove Street and North Alaska Street because the windows were too dark. The driver, identified as Frankie Jesse Leonard, allegedly contin ued to travel at a low rate of speed, but refused to stop. Leonard is accused of ramming the police car twice before fleeing the scene. The officers initiated a police pur suit, and the vehicle turned from Hillsborough Avenue into the Walgreen's parking lot at Hillsborough Avenue and N. 22nd Street. He then reportedly drove through the parking lot and struck the Quiznos Sandwich Shop at 5208 N. 22nd Street. He was arrested without further incident. However, Ms. Andrea Davis said FRANKIE LEONARD ... Arrested after the officers removed Leonard from the vehicle, they placed him on the curb. At that point, he began bang ing his head on the concrete. The officers moved him to a nearby patch of grass and Leonard reportedly started eating the grass. "TT His was released from jail 5 after posting a $15,500 bond. ::0 He was arrested in )>C Hillsborough County on May 19, 2009, and served 274 days. He was released from z the County on February 15th, ::! but there was a hold by the U. S. Marshal's Office. He was r-' released on February 17th, OJ after the hold was removed. C r-Woman Charged With Killing Lono Winner ABRAHAM SHAKESPEARE .. murdered lotto winner On Friday, a Hillsborough County judge revoked a bond set for a Lakeland woman in the death of a lottery winner. She was charged with his murder and is now being held without bond. According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office, Dorice "Dee Dee" Donegan Moore, 37, has officially been charged with the murder of 43-year-old Abraham Shakespeare. She had previously been charged with accessory after the fact and bond was set at $1,ooo,ooo She has been in custod y since her arrest. Shakespeare was reported as a missing person in November 2009 to the Polk County Sheriffis Office. He had not been seen since the early. part of ApriL .. .. DORICE "DEE DEE" MOORE ... charge,c;l with mm;der A joint investigation determined that Shakespeare had been murdered between April 6th and 7th of last year. The murder reportedly took place at 5732 E. Highway 6o, and he was buried on the property at 5802 State Road 6o, in Plant City The body was identified by the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner as that of Abraham Shakespeare through fingerprints, ahd the cause of death has been ruled a homicide. Moore reportedly met Shakespeare after he accepted a lump sum of $17 million in lottery winnings in 2006. sli.e allegedl y portrayed ;g herself as a writer who was e> interested in writing a book m abouthim


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VALDEZ; RAYMUNDO VALDEZ a/k/a 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/k/a 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 I. Gassel, Esquire, Plaintiffs 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. ATTN: 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 AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 2727-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 11th day of Februarv. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. BROWN DEPUTY CLERK INVITATION TO BID Sub bids requested from W/MBE Subcontractors and/or suppliers Hillsborough County Lutz Lake Fern Road Segment 2 Bid Date: March 5, 2010 Sub bids due no later than February 26, 2010 Trades/Services Requested: Asphalt, Concrete, Erosion Control, Fencing, Landscaping/Sod Signage Signalization, Survey, Railing, and Trucking Kimmins Contracting Corp. 1501 2nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-3878 Contact Person: Anwar Akhlaq Email Address: aakhlaq@kimmins.com Equal Opportunity Employer REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Indefinite Quantity Architectural & Engineering Services Bid No: FY2009-RFP-11 Date Issued: February 19, 2010 In accordance with the U S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460.8 REV-1, Florida Statutes and with other applicable laws, the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa (THA or Authority) formally requests competitive proposals from qualified, responsible firms interested in providing Indefinite Quantity Architectural & Engineering Services Bid documents will be available for pick up after 2:00 PM on Tuesday. February 23, 2010 Any Professional Architectural/Engineering firms may purchase copies of the bidding documents for a non-refundable amount of $25.00, payable by check or money order to "Tampa Housing Authority". Section 1 Submittal of Proposal Proposals shall be received until 2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on Monday, March 22,2010 at 1529 W. Main St., Suite 213, Tampa, FL 33607. Proposals received after this date and time will be rejected Copies of this Request for are available for pick-up at the above mentioned address or by contacting the Contracting Office at 813-253-0551, ext 187. Persons who require special accommodations should immediately contact the Authority s Contracting Office at (813) 253-0551 extension 187 THA reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, or any part of any proposal, and to waive any informalities or irregularities. 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CUlT COURT, THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CUlT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA Case No.: 09-CA-016583 DIVISION K PINNACLE BANK (Plaintiff) vs. ENA ASSOCIATES, INC., a Florida Corporation ; N E. QUINONES; JENNY H. QUINONES; AS LOPERENA; ORLANDO LOPERENA, lANA ESPINAL; CITY OF TAMPA, FLORIDA, Municipal Corporation; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; N TENANT #2; UNKNOWN SPOUSES, HEIRS, ISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, EDITORS, TRUSTEES AND ALL OTHERS MING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST THE DEFENDANTS NAMED HEREIN, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE IS GIVEN that pursuant to a Final Judgment of dated February 17,2010, in case No. 09-CA-016583 in Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for County Florida ; in which Plaintiff and Defendants the above style PAT FRANK, Clerk of Court, will sell to and best bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor of the George mb Building, Room 201/ 202 located at 800 East Tampa Florida at 2:00P.M. on April 13. 2010, the n-lll<>c:rnibed property as set forth in the Final Judgmen t East Y2 of the West 1 / 3 of the East 3/5 following described Parcel: A tract of land, situate lying and being in lsborough County Florida to wit: The 1.4 of the Southeast 1.4 and the Yz of the Southwest 1.4 of the Southeast 1.4, all in Section 32, Township 30 South 20 East less the South 50.00 feet for Rhodine Road. and West Yz of the West 1/3 of the East 3/5 the following described Parcel: and A tract of land, situate, lying and being in lsborough County, Florida, to wit: The 1.4 of the Southeast 1.4 and the East of the Southwest 1.4 of the Southeast 1.4, all Section 32, Township 30 South, Range 20 Less the South 50.00 feet thereof for Hnrv1oro<> Road. and East 469 feet of the Northwest 1.4 of the 1.4 of Section 29, Township 31 Range 20 East Hillsborough County, Less the East 269 feet thereof and the North 30 feet thereof for road right way to ad valorem taxes assessed against the proper t y by of Hillsborough State of Florida and other rights r<>c:trirtinohc: reservations and easements of record if any PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS E SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OFTHE DATE OF THIS LIS PENDENS MUS T FILE A N 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. WITH DISABILITIES. If you are a person with who needs any accommodations in order to in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no to the provision of certain assistance. Please Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St., 33602; telephone (813) 272-7040, within two ng days of your receipt of this Notice; if you are ired, call1-800-955-8771; if you voice impaired, call PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ LORI DAVIS-CROSS DEPUTY CLERK -----------------------------------........ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No. : 09-18302 FCDB FF1 2008-1 TRUST (Plaintiff) vs. LISA MICHELLE LAMANTIA and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who a r e unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF J .. ISA MICHELLE LAMANTIA; MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC., AS NOMINEE FOR BANK OF AMERICA; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE I S HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to a Final Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: LOT 17, BLOCK 16 TEMPLE TERRACE RIVERSIDE SUBDIVISON UNIT #2, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 32, PAGE 71, 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 East Twiggs Street, Tampa Florida 33602 on June 14. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of th e final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 p.m. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THIS 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 certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk of Circuit Court, Circuit Civil Division, Room 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 1-800 955-8771; if you voice impaired, call 1-800-955-8770. Dated: February 17, 2010. PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/TONYA TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK NEW PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. 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Salvodon 8506 Brush leaf Way Tampa, FL 33647 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description to-wit: Lot 1, Block 39, Hammocks according to the Plat Recorded in Plat Book 107 Page(s) 45, 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 is 2191 Ringling Boulevard Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ) within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication [X] on or before the 29th 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. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. .PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT, CIRCUIT CIVIL DIVISION, ROOM 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 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU VOICE IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8770. I Dated this .1mh day of February. 201 0. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARA_H A. BROWN DEPUTY CLERK GET NOTICED .......... 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