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65 Years In The --IIIIW-111 oun SEE PAGE 3 EASTTAMPA VOLUNTEER PRESENTED SPECIAL RECOGNITION Recently, during a monthly meeting of the Hillsborough County School District, Ms. Evangeline "Vann" Best, retired educator and volunteer, was presented an Emeritus Award from the Florida Association of Social Workers, Hall of Fame of Outstanding School Workers. She was also presented a Certificate of Appreciation from the School District of Hillsborough County, Department of School Social Workers. Ms. Best is the Chairman of the East Tampa Community Advisory Community and the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership. Her name has also been added to the Hall of Fame Plaque of Outstanding Social Workers. Among those in attendance at the presentation shown seated from left to right are: Ms. Amanda Corsentino, Ms. Betty Bell, School District Board member, Ms. Doretha Edgecomb, Ms. Delia P. Sanchez, Ms. Evangeline "Vann" Best, honoree, and Ms. Nellie Blythewood. Shown standing from left to rjght are: Ralph Johnson, Tampa Police Captain Rocky Ratliff, Dr. Maxine Woodside, Ms. Shannon Edge, Director of Neighborhood and Community Relations, Mark Huey, Administrator of Economic and Urban Development, Rev. Thomas Scott, Chairman of City Council, Ms. Eunice Butts, Ms. Carla Jackson, Neighborhood Liaison, and Ms. Dora Dixon. Standing on the third row are: Ms. Kathy Steele, Ms. Cindy Toselli, Office Support Specialist, Economic and Urban Development, Rev. Abraham Brown, Eugene Richardson, Robert Blount, of Abe Brown Ministries, and Ms. Toni Watts, CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., of Tampa. (Photography by BRUNSON). Developer Returns Lots To Lenders SEE PAGE 2 Busch Gardens Worke Charged With Fraud SEE PAGE 14 Fake Shirts Land Man In Jail SEE PAGE 2 Church Joins Haiti Relief Effort


0 z < West Tampa Developer Returns lots To lenders BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In Town Homes President Ed Turanchik, has an nounced he will be returning 35 lots his company pur chased for new home con-In Town Homes and Ed Turanchik have shut down construction of homes like these in West Tampa. deal with the city and the West Tampa Community Development Corporation to build on the repossessed lots. Tampa CDC severed its rela tionship with Turanchik last year when they first no ticed his homes weren't sell ing. According to Turanchik, fewer people qualify for mortgages on homes the banks consider to be depre ciating assets struction to his two lenders, 0 GTE and Suncoast West Tampa Development Manager, Michael Randolph, said in his opinion, Turnachik created this problem for himself when he listed the homes he was building at more than $200,000 Initially we had negotiated with him to take some of our lots to build affordable homes. Now, we want to know if any of the lots he bought from the city are being turned back to the lenders and whether or not we can get them back." Randolph said the West "We would still like to get the lots developed, and we are counting on our relation ship with the lenders to help us get that done." According to Turanchik, a $262,000 model now sells for $185,000, and a $239 ,000 model now sells for $165,000. en w :::l 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: en ::::i m :::l 0. z i= w ..J ..J :::l m ...:. w z i= z w en. < 0 a: 0 ..J u...! N w C!J Schools Credit Unions. Turanchik told the lead ers he' s no longer able to make monthly payments on the unsold lots, He had cut a "He's had to reduce them by more than $6o,ooo be cause the market is just crazy right now. Man Get Six Months For counterfeit Super Bowl Shirts AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE A 39-year-old man was sentenced to six months in federal prison in connection with the sale of counterfeit Super Bowl tee shirts. He was sentenced last week. According to the U. S. Attorney's Office, Willie Bernard "Chill Will" Smith, of Irmo, South Carolina, was arrested on Febru ary 2, 2009, and charged with vending good Personalized Service -with counterfeit labels, possession of drug Support apd Help from paraphernalia, possession of. cannabis, and the beginning to the end driving with license suspended. Smith pleaded guilty on Novembe r 2, 2009. Attorneys -An Attorney Smith appeared before u. s. District Will to you at home Judge James S. Moody, Jr., on Friday. or work -No Recovery, Judge Mo.ody sentenced him to six months No fee in federal prison for selling counterfeit Super Bowl tee shirts after the 2009 Super Bowl. lrwestigators -If there IS Smith was ordered to forfeit tee shirts and a .dispute.on how, the!iCs. ,, .screen : printing equipmentiland barred from cident occured any employment related to manufacturing, Transportation Available WILLIE BERNARD SMITH ... sentenced to 6 months in federal prison Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy -Free Delivery producing, or sales of tee shirts, hats, uni forms, or any clothing merchandise during r term of supervised released. 165 tee shirts and a roll of NCAA holograms at the time of his arrest. According to court documents, Smith trav eled to Tampa from South Carolina to sell the t;ounterfejt Super Bowl tee shirts at Raymond James Stadium. Police seized approximately : Speciaiizing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall,_ Pedestrian Incidents,_ LOss Wages, Wrongful Death And More... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Smith a}Jegedly had a history of selling counterfeit merchandise, including at a NASCAR event in Daytona Beach < ""....... ;,., _.., __ ... ________________ __.


c c )> Organization Targets Safe Sex In Gav Communitv Communitv Asked To Help Save Upward Bound MS. CHERYLENE LEVY ... host of "Cherylene Tells It Like It Is" BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, at 7 p.m., Ms. Cherylene Levy, host of "Cherylene Tells It Like It Is," will discuss sex ually transmitted diseases in the gay community. Her guest organization is known as Brothers Making A Differ ence (BMAD). Funded through the Cen. ters for Disease Control and Prevention, Brothers Making A Difference has been in exis tence since October It is housed at the Tampa Hills borough : Action Plan, Inc. Johimie Hurst is the Pro gram Coordinator. Hurst said BMAD is a so cial network for African American and Hispanic males between the age of 16 and 24 who are gay, bisexual, hi-curious, and transgenders 16 to 24 years of age. "Our program conducts community outreach at local gay bars, health fairs, the Univer sity of South Florida, and various community cen ters where our African Amer ican and Hispanic clients gather. To ensure we are reaching our targeted popula tion, BMAD partners with other programs such as Y .E.S. Youth Educational Services." The organization also pro vides free rapid HIV testing results which are given in 20 minutes. For more information call (813) 695-4487; or visit the website at www.bmadtam pabay.org, Myspace, Twitter, and Facebook. Viewers can view the show on Bright House chanand Comcast on channels 20 and 21. Viewers are also en couraged to call into the show at (813Y254-782o. For those who do not have cable, the show can be viewed at www. tbcn.org/-watchus. Minister Feels Juvenile Svstem Needs Changes BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Labor Of Love Ministries pas tor, Darien Pease, said in his opinion, the juvenile system is failing our children. Last week his son, Darien Pease, Jr., was arrested with another teenager for commit ting car Pastor Pease feels it could have been prevented if the system was designed to actually help juve niles. "The system as it's designed now gives them a sense of in vincibility, It allows them to be repeat offenders by the ridicu lous point system they have in place. Law enforcement and the judicial system needs to address this." Pastor Pease said the judge working with his son is g9od and he has confidence the right thing will be done. "The thing that bothers me the most is there is no gray area. I should be able to get help for my son before he breaks the law. "He stole my car four months ago, and I can't make him stay home He's out of control. and I need the help of the system to save his life. I don't want him or someone else to get hurt as a result of my son's actions." Pastor Pease said he started having problems with his son when efforts were made to return him to the cus tody of his mother. "I've had custody of him since he was a baby. "A lot of things wentwtong 'ifl ) the case, and it had quite an impact on my son. He was an honor student, then'thingsjtist changed." Pastor Pease said part of the problem is his son is clini cally bi-polar, and he should be able to get him Baker Acted to get him help. "He doesn't take his medica tion, and when he's not with me or in a secur.e facility, he's not being monitored properly. Pease said he plans to contact some elected offi cials so he can get some policy implemented to help our chil dren. Pastor Pease said he in tends to contact State Senator Arthenia Joyner and State Representative Betty Reed to : see if theY. h,elp, him. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two years ago, the Upward Bound Program at the Uni versity of South Florida was discontinued. However, last minute funds were located to continue it. Now, the pro gram is in jeopardy of being discontinued again. Currently, the 2011 budget request submitted to Con gress by President Barack Obama does not include sufficient funds to support all 967 Upward Bound Pro grains in the country. The proposed budget provides enough to support 778 pro grams. If this occurs, 275 programs that are currently being funded will face elimi nation. Dr. Sharman McRae, Director of the Upward Bound Program at the Uni versity of South Florida is asking the community to help save the program. "It is crucial that Upward Bound alumni, personnel, students, and families call their sena-DR. SHARMAN McRAE ... Director of Upward Bound Program at the University of South Florida tors and representatives and protest this cut. "If the program is cut, this would mean a loss of services to 12,000 students. All of these students will fall through the cracks and po tentially lose sight of a col lege education. We are all passionate about our program. we need to use that passion to fight these cuts and establish discretionary funds needed to continue the s: )> JJ 0 ::I: z c 'TI :!! c


or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Columns 0') :I: (.) a: <( :2 <( c (/) w ::::> 1-c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::::> I-ii: w > w c w ::I: (/) :r Ill ::::; c. z w ..J ..J ::::> Ill I ..J w z z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J .LL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ( USPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue T ampa F lorida 33605 { 8 1 3 ) 248-1921 Publi shed Every Tuesday and Frid ay B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Memb e r of Nati o nal N ewspape r Publisher s Associa tion ( NNPA ) POSTMASTER : Send Address Chang e To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical 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 TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editoria l pages ol thi s new spape r b y Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily refl ec t the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Florida Foster care Not Friend IV C harles Dickens' character Oliver Twist would have felt right at home, in Florida's current foster care system. Though it is light years from what it used to be, Florida Foster Care is light years from what it should be. Just ask any 18-year-old former foster care client what happened to him or her, on his or her 18th birthday, and you will understand what we mean. Believe us, it is not a party. When a Florida foster care child reaches 12th grade and is 18, before he or she graduates from high school, foster .parents can officially wash their hands of any responsibility. In sum, they who used to care, can put their former child out aftheir home. Why? The money stops. That is the law. We suggest our legislators change the law. They must find ways for the system to help 18-year-old former foster children not to be thrown out in the streets. For Florida to do less is once again, to prove we are not a foster child-friendly state. Almost Cinderella We would be lying if we said we were not disappointed. Yet, Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony .did indeed, live up to its promise of excitement and surprise. Our beloved Mo'Nique walked away with what everyone hoped she'd get: an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. But what we prayed would happen did not take place. Yet;in the beginning of the evening, no one c .ould have bet our. dreams and the dreams of a plus-sizeyoung Black W():ptan who took Holly;w.ood by woUld.not No doubt, even'tfte'gto;t tie McDaniel; phis-size Black starlet of the 1940's who received a :1\c;st Supporting Actress Oscar.for _her role as nanny iri Gone With the Wind, turned out to see history avenged. As Gabourey Sidibe, stood waiting to take her prize, but it was not to happen. Holly-Wood was again, not ready to make amends for years of oversight and artistic discrimination. Sour grapes, you may say? We do, indeed. Having seen Gabourey at her best, we can only conclude that Cinderella was once again ovei-looked. Being Fat Todav Is Out I swear to yo u that I don t have anything against fat people Some of my best friends are fat. I have heard the saying that being fat is in. We can even say that being fat is beautiful. You know like African Americans used to sa y that Black is beautiful. Well, my fat friends, I've got some bad news for you. Today, being fat is out. Being fat may be beautiful, but it isn't healthy. It isn t healthy for adults or chil dren. In fact, according to medical science, being fat can kill you. Let me apologize, today we don't call h being fat, we call it being obese, it sounds bet ter. Being obese may sound better, but it is the same as being fat. It is just as un healthy and it will kill you jus t as d ea d Th e intent of this a rticle is not to embar rass or make fun of obese people. Instead, it is just to let you know that doctors say if you are obese you need to lose weight Being obese or overweight can cause high blood pres sure, diabetes, strokes, heart attacks, high cholesterol and kidney failure, among other things. In short, it can make you sick, decrease the quality of your life and eventually end your life. More and more people are educating people on the evils of being obese, for example, how to eat healthy, how to stay fit, how to lose weight and how to keep your weight under control. First Lady Michelle Obama has assumed a lead-a rv Black Women warriors H ow important it is for us to recognize and celebrate our heroes and she roes" (Maya Angelou, African American Poet). March is Women's History and Awareness Month, and today's column is dedicated to all Black women serving or who have served in the mili tary When viewing the website for fallen sdltllt!t"; at least 35 Black women and other women of color were listed as casualties since-iiivading Iraq in 2003 through 2009. Thus, women now face the same perils as men during military conflicts and wars. Looking back on the history of women in the military or warriors, we begin with the Civil War and So-' journer Truth and Harriet Tubman. Sojourner Truth re cruited Black troops for the Union Army and raised do nations of food and clothing for Black regiments. Harriett Tubman "serv ed throughout the Civil War, first as a nurse and then as commander of several men who were scouts und'er ; dire c ti6ns and orders Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War, and of several generals." '-Five Black nurses served under the supervision of Catholic mins on the Navy Hospital ship Red Rover, four of whom were Alice Kennedy, Sarah Kinno, Ellen Campbell and Betsy Young. Another 181 nurses ing role in establis hin g a pro gram designed to e l i min ate or minimize obes i ty a m o n g o ur c hildr en It i s a program tha t h as been widely e n dorsed b y a lot of people a nd organizations. Schools a r e bein g e n co u raged to se rv e h ea lthier m ea l s and to tak e the junk food out of the vending ma chines on school campuses. Schools are also being e n couraged to add activities in physical education classes t6 'redUc'e obesity in Par-ents n ee d to get in volved ih ;the e ffort to pre vent obesity in their households. All of us need to stop glorifying being obese and finding excuses for being grossly overweight. Contrary to what obese people tell themselves being obese isn't cool. It is unhealthy. There are two basic ele ments to losing weight and keeping your weight under control. Those two things are to eat healthy and to do daily exercise. (male and female} served in convalescent and government hospitals in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina. In South Carolina, Susie King Taylor served as a nurse ;md laundress for Union soldiers. The first Black woman to serve in the United States regular Army was a woman, Cathay Williams, who of ficially served for two years as a man, William Cathey. She served in the 38th United States Infantry in St. Louis, Missouri from No vember 15, 1866 until October 14, 1868. No one detected that she was a woman, even though she spent many long hospital stays, until : her discharge for a disability when she filed for disability pension and" dis closed her true identity. So, to these women and all women in the military we say thank you for your service, sacrifices and strength to en. dure, protect and serve your country. May God bless you all. Harambee!


HOROSCOPES oday's birthday --This year you feel driven to accomplish me re with the opportunities you are given. Find time each da y to dr am in solitude. Then, carry those dreams into the world of part ne ship Share your ideas. If necessary draw th e m into your private s pace to share inspiration isces (Feb. 19-March 20)-If your feelings aren t already pir ned to your s leeve wear them proudly. You can't hide them any wa Earlier efforts bear fruit. es (March 21-April19) -Obsess ear l y in the day. Get it ou t of our system. Then accept a challenge to change th e way others vie your work. They don t need to understand your motivation. raurus (April 20-May 20)-Logic compels you to demand sul stance from your co-workers. They have littl e desire for anything bu fantasy. Try n o t to d eman d compliance today. emini (May 21-June 21)-Social contacts obsess over tiny de ails. Create a perspective in which minutiae blend into th bigger picture. Agreement will follow. ancer (June 22-Julr, 22) Don't fuss when associates con tin e to brain s torm a nd yeiu prefer action. You can t do it all toda y a n way. Plan it for tomorro w eo (JUly 23-Atig. 22)-YoU worry about the plan that was rna e long ago. Can everyone attend? Go ahead, even if someone cal sin sick. You don t want to delay. irgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Your partner is out thinking up wa s to spend the money. Hopefully you've established a budget be for hand. 'bra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Circumstances allow you to either fall in love, increase the power of a current relationship, or direct yo r passion into growing your beauty. corpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Although you obsess about creati' e elements in the design, the overall project holds together nic ly Associates polish up the appearance. agittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You want it all: love, recog niti n and responsibility. Well, maybe not so much responsibility. T e every action necessary to move it forward. apricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -It' s a good thing that you enj y your work, because today the pressure's on to get more done in 1 ss time. Relax in order to get into the flow. quarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Although the ball's in your cou there's a lot of action on the other side. Take care of your re spo sibilities and leave others to theirs. SOAPS OPERA SPOilERS L MY CHILDREN Adam tells Annie what she needs to : hea ; David's out to get even with Erica; Greenl e e unleashes iler ang ron Ryan. JR's condition grows more critical; Greenlee uncov ers avid s clue; Adam asks Brooke to keep his and Annie's secret THE WORLD TURNS -Lily learns that Damian is alive; Jac finds out that Janet is pregnant. Damian drags Lily away; Du ty gives Janet a ring. E BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Steffy and Stephanie plo to rid their company of the Logans; Aggie faces uncertainty abo t her future; Bridget and Owen agree to keep their tryst a secret; Ste becomes suspicious about what Oliver is hiding on his phone. Ste is stunned by the video she views on Oliver's phone; Ridge is put in a difficult position at a company meeting; Stephanie's sug ges on for a drastic change in the company doesn't go over well with Bro ke; Bridget begins to feel less guilty. A.YS OF OUR LIVES Sami, Rafe, and Will are overjoyed by Sy ey's return; Rafe discovers that Sami has been keeping a secret; Ste hanie confides in Caroline; Carly reaches out to Melanie. EJ wo 't let Stefano near Sydney; Melanie unloads emotionally on Na an; Brady takes Arianna to a country inn; Rafe insists that he and ami try to find the kidnapper; Melanie realizes Stephanie never gav the letter to Nathan:. ENE. RAL HOSPITAL-Jason and Sam come up with a plan to p otect Michael; Sonny and Carly don't see eye-to-eye; Lucky hop she's not the father of Elizabe);h'$ baby. Jax helps Carly to see ;the ight; Spinelli ; s latest plan baclres; Dante and Lulu just want to b alone. t NE LIFE TO LIFE Schuyler's stunned by Stacy's decision; Joh and fight their feelings for one another; Clint tells Kim the ll play by his rules. Layla has a tense encounter with Jessica; Nat ie daydreams about John and makes a surpfising discovery; Mit h s follower continues on a mysterious mission E YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Lauren kisses Paul; Sh on makes a shocking connection. Adam has a mysterious meet ing; ictor s plan is put intoaction. Attending a Gospel Program at New Philadelphia Church were Mrs. Elouise Gibson and Mrs. Jonnie Mae Blocker. ft 't,\\. .. L c s: l> ::c (") :I: 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 ::c I CJ) m z ::! z m r-aJ c:; r rm ::! z "'tt c OJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m -4 c m Attending the Smarties Fashion Affair were: Donald Golden, Eddie Boyd, Jerod IJicks, Tarrence Davis and Lee Rock. l> z c ., ::c c Sandra English, Zandra English, Mrs. Carolyn Sullivan and Mrs. Gussie English C) wedding festivities. m c.n


0 ...... High School FCAT Testing T o Begin On Tu es day, ( t oday) Ma r c h C 9th, hi g h s cho o l students in Hill sboro u g h C ounty will ::J b e gin FCAT t esting. Pare nts t--are a sk e d to prepare their children for the thre e da y s of testing. Parents are asked to make sure students get to b e d early, have a good nutritional breakfast, get to school early, and bring a jacket or sweater Students in g r ades 9 1 0 a nd 11 will b e t es t e d o n readin g o n Tu es day. On We dn es da y the stude nts will b e t es t e d on Math. Thursday has b ee n d e signat e d for reading retakes Once the testing has begun, no student will be al lowed to enter the classroom. NO cell phones or electronic devices will be allowed. Teenagers Needed For Anti-Bullving Youth Advisorv Subcomminee Hillsborough County is seeking teenagers to help create a bully-free community. The County's new Anti -Bull y ing Youth Advisory Subcom mittee is recruiting members > to work with the County s Anti-Bullying Advisory Coma: mittee (ABAC). LL The Anti-Bullying Youth C Advisory Subcommittee will: z a: w > w c w J: en ::::i m ::;) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::;) m I ...J w z i= z w en

c: m On Our New Special Dav s: For the on es lookin g and s a y ing who put his pictur e in here, it's not a bout me, it's about him. -NUKE And HOMIES He will be turning a year older on 3/20 and would like for him to know th' ere s a lot of love here. RUBYAndRED that the will of God wil never take you where the gra e of \}od will not protect yo. ith love, Angie. Look Who's Turning 50 'RONNIE' Happy birthday. From, kids and grandkids and loving wife, Ruby. Congratulations Cedrica made High Honor Roll and Citizenship. Her dad, Cedric, and grandparents, Joseph and Renita Williams and Robert Troupe, are very proud of you. For All Your Seafood Delights, Call In Your Order To Avoid The Wait! Special Discounts For Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And Large Orders. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 MR. And MRS. JIMMY (GIUSEPPINA) MCCREE, a.k.a., COUNTRY And JOSEPHINE March 8, 2010 And to all who didn't believe, stay out of our way. )> JJ () :I: (0 I\) 0 ..... 0 Some didn't like it, thought it too good to be true. If you ve put your "'TI man before your friends, it could happen to you, too. r-Well, one full year has come around, and like a true woman I am g still holding it down. Pretty soon we'll reach that date, and I'll be 0 there for him when they open that gate. It's not a fairytale marriage, )> but it's built on hope, faith and love. The pure ingredients CJ) when you stand by who you love. Happy anniversary my love. I love you!!! :::! z m r-1 m c: Tampa Chapter Of The c: National Epicureans Makes Donation To m Sickle Cell Association The Tampa Chapter of the National Epicureans, Inc., recently presented $100 gift cards to Sickle families as part of their National Px:oject of_ ...... ,LI.,. .... Sickle Cell Programs nationally and locally. Members and families present for the presentation were, first row: L-R, Ada Munoz, Amber Munoz, Kobe Munoz, Jessica Bryant, Sylvester Parker, J Parker Timareh Bryant Aevin Pyatt. Back row: L-R, Bernadette Yee, President, Linda Perdue, Jessica Parker, Miriam Stokes, and Frank Reddick, President of the Sickle Cell ation. -< -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c "'TI JJ c


Local N m :I: (.) a: Newlv Installed Pastor < St. James Episcopal H ouse of :E Pr aye r Church r ece ntl y ins t alled it s pa s tor Rev. Ernestein C Flemister, the fir s t Africanffi American female Rector for the ::J Episcopa l Diocese of Southwest Florida. Coming from th e s tat e of Ohio, Rev. Flemister says she has been e njoying her s ta y in F l orida. In 1980, Rev. Flemister fled to this country as a refuge e after h er brother and many friends were kill ed in th e civil war in Liberia. She earned a Bachelor of Sci ence degree in Finance/Human Services from Franklin Univer s ity Columbus, Ohio; Master 's of Divinity degree from Bexley Hall Seminary, Columbus Ohio; MBA in Marketing and Finance from Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH; and a law degre e from the University of Liberia (West Africa). Rev. Flemister says her REV. ERNESTEIN FLEMISTER grandfather was an Episcopal Priest and her father wanted one of his sons to follow in the foot steps. Inst ead, it was his daugh ter who followed the call of God. She has been involved in min istry to homeless shelters, nurs ing homes, feeding the poor, counseling, t eac hing Eucharist, hip-hop service to youth and Bible studies to encourage spiritual awa kenin g Her exp erie n ces a re wide and var i e d includin g 25 yea rs ex perie nce in active Episcopa l la y ministri es. Pastor Flemister's ministry specia lti es includ e e mphasis on keeping th e sick a nd s hut-in memb e r s connected to the com munity through Eucharist and activities throu g h pray e r visits, n ews l etters and bulletins ; AntiRacism Trainer for th e Diocese of Southern Ohio 's Anti-Racism Committee; also her training a nd expe rtis e in Conflict Manage ment and Resolution. I want growth in the church and I will continue to engage in the community and actively work with H. 0. P E.," she said. Pastor Flemister has been a widow for 15 years. She has raised 2 children. Her daughter is in grad school and her son lives in Africa. (Story by Julia E. Jackson) local Church Pitches In For Haitian Relief EHort New Salem Missionary Baptist Church and its pastor, Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, have joined the relief efforts for the hundreds of thousands of people who were victims of the Haiti earthquake. Dwight Bolden, who helped organize the relief effort, has es tablished drop off points for do nations. The drop off locations are: Gene's Cafe, 1717 North Albany; Barber And Braid Shop, 194..6 West Main Street; The Cotton Club, 2506 North Albany; Dou ble Deker Lounge, 1001 West Cass Street, and Discount To bacco Store, 3623 North 22nd Street. All donations will be appreci ated, but citizens are asked to DWIGHT BOLDEN concentrate more on medical supplies, first aid kits, blankets, sheets, pillows, towels, wash cloths, tooth paste and tooth brushes, hygiene products, sani tary products, combs, flashlights REV.DR.HENRYLYONS and batteries, non-perishable foods, rice and beans, and any thing else that does not need heating and cooking. Citizens are also asked to do nate baby products and water. local Church Partners With u.s. Department Of Commerce Cens.us Bureau Division Revealing Truth Ministries is partnering with the U. S. Department of commerce, Census Bureau Division, to provide a location for area managers. to facilitate training for three days in March, and maybe again in May The training will begin on Tuesday, March 16 through Thursday, March 18, from 8 a.m. to s:30 p.in. Individuals who were out of work will now get a chance to help impact the number of responses received from individuals and families. Different groups will meet cc for three intense days of W training at Revealing Truth Ministries and begin hitting a.. pavement on day four, March 19th, collecting data. For more information, con-tact Tina Givins at (813) 361-9077. The Agape Ministries Church Of God In Christ Women's Department Presents Their March 10th -12th, 2010 7:00 P.M. Nightly Wednesday 1Oth -Pastor Marva Leitman Truth Outreach International Ministries, Tampa, Florida Thursday 11th-Co-Pastor Dawn Smiling Ml Calvary Deliverance, Tampa. Rorida Friday 12th-Evangelist Lydia Witherspoon Sarasota. Florida Agape Ministries Church Of God In Christ 5112 N. 34th St. Tampa, Florida 33610 (813) 232-4273 ELDER A. L. WINGFIELD Pastor & Founder 1st LADY DIANE W WINGFIELD Conference Coordinator Church Preparing To Install Pastor PASTOR GREGORY HILL First John Missionary Baptist Church will install a new pastor durin g se rvic es at 4 P. M. Sun day, March 14, 2010. Pastor Alfonzo Broughton of Gene sis Worship Center has been in vited to render the service. Pastor Gregory Hill consid ers it an honor to be able to serve God s people I want to do my best to inspire men and womeri not to go down a road of sin," h e said. Pastor Hill, 38, is the 9th of 11 children born to Thelma a nd Roosevelt Hill. H e i s a product of Hillsborough County Public Schools. H e was inspired as a youn g boy under th e l eaders hip of Rev. W. T. Carpenter at Tr u e Love M. B. Churc h After falling in l ove with Jesus, a light turned o n inside and I h ad a n eed and thirst for J es u s and the Woiddf God," h e exp lain ed. Later, Hill fell short to drugs and.lalco hol. From the prison walls he made God a vow: to serve God and preach His Word in spirit and truth. Th e vision that I have for God's peopl e is to inspire m e n and women who hav e gone down the wrong road and l e t them know that there is hop e and inspiration in Christ J es us I want to let them know that they can be restored, rebuilt and refreshed through Christ," Pastor Hill stated. Pastor Hill is the husband of Mrs. Kimberly Hill and they are the parents of 5 c hildren. First John is located at 3412 E. 7th Ave. First John Missionary Baptist Church 3411 E. 7th Ave."'" Tampa (33605) Invites h Family And Friends In Christ To Celebrate And ====== Installation Service For Pastor Gregory T. Hill Sunday, March 14,2010 ** 4 P.M. Pastor Alfonzo Broughton Of Genesis Worship Center Will Be Rendering Service Everyone Is Invited. Stjohn. Prop-essive M B. Chu.rch cort!iaCCy invites you. to attetuf the recotc refea.se of Lady Vanessa Banks Sings Tft.e Gospe[ Marek 13., .2010 4:QO p.m. St. John. Progre.ssive M B church / 2504 East Chipcq Tampa, F(or'icfa. 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-f East Tampa Resident Computer Mentors Group Receives $25,000 Grant The Computer Mentors Group Inc, (CMG) has been approved for a grant from a loc al charitable foundation. The presentation of the grant will took place on March 41h, at Pepin Hospitality Center, 4121 N. 50th Street. The grant, in the amount of $25,000, was presented to the organization b the. Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The grant provides Computer Mentors an opportunity to continue its youth training programs for this year. Some of those programs include the Youth Computer Certification & Ownership RALPH SMITH Executive Director, Computer Mentors Group, Inc. program for high school-aged youth and the Pre-Certifica-tion Program for middle school-aged youth. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc. said, "Through their consis t ent support, Bank of America has become a true partner in our growth as an organization and their commitment to helping create sustainable not for profit organizations." Bill Goede, B ank of America s Tampa Bay Market President said, "Computer Mentors Group is offering at risk youth in our community the opportunity to gain tech nic a l and educational advanceme nt. Hillsborough Charter School Now Accepting Applications Charter Schools USA is now enrolling students for Hillsborough Charter School which is propose d to be opened on W. Linebaugh Avenue, just north of the Tampa International Airport. The educational advantages of the school include a comprehensive character education program and community involvement in programs, personalized learning plans for all students, meaningful parental involvement, student uniforms, and pay for performance of highly qualified and motivated staff. Open enrollment runs from March 1 through April 30, 2010 giving all applicants that apply during this time period equal opportunity for admission. Applications are being accepted for grades K-7 for the August 2d10 scheduled opening. If the number of applications exceeds the available spaces for any grade level, a system-generated random lottery will be held to determine who is admitted. After April 30, applications will still be accepted and admission will be offered based on the order in which the application is received. The school will be a 75,000 square foot facility that will occupy one floor with a lay out that accommodates a log ical segregation of the elementary (K -5) and middle (6-8) school grades. The school will include resource rooms for enrichment programs, common areas for gatherings (lunch, assem-. blies, etc.) and space for school administration. Appropriate outdoor recreational areas, designated pick-up and drop-off zones and parking for staff and visitors also are included in the site plan. Students Urged To Enter 2010 Census Essav Contest Hillsborough County students in grades 3 through 12 are encouraged to e _nter the Hillsborough County 2010 Census Essa y Contest. All entries must be submitted by Friday, March 191 h Winners will be notified by March 25, 2010. A winner will be selected from three categories Elementary students in grades 3 through 5 will be in one cate gory, middle school students in grades 6 through 8 will be in the second category; and the third category will consist of high school students in grades 9 through 12. The essay must include the student's name, age, grade, school, and essay title For more information about these contests, visit the website at www .hillsboroughcounty.org/census. 3602 7th Avenue Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 G e 'e Keys Made -e 79And Up Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal RollerPan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ......... ........... ; ........... 99 ea LIM1l2 WITH THIS AD ONL'(!L ___ Continues To Banle loud Music BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Clay Daniels is a n East Tampa resident who feels everyone deserves the right to s it in their h omes or on their property and not be disturbed by l o ud music com in g fro m ve hicles. For yea rs, Daniels has com plained abo ut the problem in hi s community a nd ha s gotten la w e nforc eme nt and other res idents involve d in seek ing a so lution to the problem. "Whe n I first started com plaining a bout the loud mu sic, I got no support from my neigh bors, a nd the police didn t take m e serious. Now eve1yon e is 1\) t aki n g m e serious, and the problem h as reached a national o level. This i s a problem th at is n ot l ocalized. It exists everyw h ere, and I think res id ents n eed to get a petition t oget h er, present it to their e l ected offic i a ls, and get some l egis l atio n passed that will punish the offenders. Daniels atte nd s all the com munity meetings t o spread his m essage, a nd said h e's h appy that action i s being taken. 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Entertainment Mo'Nique Wins Best Plies sued 8 Teens Shot At Waka Flocka Flame Concert Supporting Actress over Nightclub Shooting Oscar For 'Precious ::::> 1-LOS ANGELES Mo'Nique became th e fifth B l ack woma n to win a n acting Oscar, 70 years afte r Hattie McDaniel won the sa m e honor for "Gon e With th e Wind" --th e first Acade m y Award eve r given t o a Black p e rformer T h e 42 ye ar-old standup com e di an portrayed a n a bu s i ve m ot h er in "Preciou s : Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire." "I want to thank Miss Hattie McDaniel for enduring all she had to so that I would not have to," Mo'Nique said in accepting the Oscar Mo'Nique, who has in sisted on being considered a standup, not an actress, was asked backstage if she still feels that way. "I am a standup comedian C who won an Oscar," she said fE laughing "Oh baby that tickC led me z .... > a: w > w c w :I: en :J m ::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> m ..J w z i= z w en I a: 0 ..J LL. She noted that her outfit evoked McDaniel, who a l so wore a blue dress and a garde nia in h e r hair the night she received her award MO'NIQUE ... with her Oscar Trophy RapperKhia Disses Irina Over leaked Nude Pies KHIA vs. TRINA With Trina taking matters into her own hands an report edly contacting the FBI for a full investigation of her leaked photos, some prefer to kick the wounded while they are down Although being out of the spotlight for quite some time, rapper Khia always finds the window of opportunity as she pokes fun at the Diamond Princess and even insists that the pictures are revealing a disease she might have. Becoming the best outlet for a platform, Khia steadily typed her fingers on Twitter to throw stones at the Miami rapper. PLIES The past has found its way to catch up with Plies as the Florida-based rapper is being sued. Taking place back in 2006, a nightclub shooting in Gainesville left five victims looking for their justice through way of Plies and his record label. Filed Wednesday in Alachua County Circuit Court the lawsuit makes claims that the rapper and his label have been responsible for the in crease of gangsta rap credibil ity and have heavily benefited financially, from the suffering of the victims. Th ere has been no amount determined for which th' e plaintiffs are suing for According to reports, a member of Plies team al legedl y fired shots in the club as a result of a tussle that oc curred with another, unidenti fied, rapper. Authorities arrested Plies after weapons were allegedly discovered within his vehicle. Pl ea ding no contest to ille gal possession of a concealed weapon, the rapper was able to avoid time behind bars for the incident. KevshiaAnd Christina Are Mothers Keyshia Cole and Christina Milian are both excited about their additions, no not their labels, but to their families. According to Monica via Twitter, Keyshia was in labor since March 2, and delivered her bundle of joy. According to Monica's Twitter the baby's named Daniel Gibson Jr., after his NBA playing father and Cole's fiancee Milian and husband, TheDream welcomed their bab y girl on February 26. The baby, who they named Violet, was born with "a full head of hair. Th e couple married last September and this i s their first child togeth er, though The-Dream has three children with his ex wife, Nivea .. Police in Gar}, Indi a n a w e r e calle d t o th e sce n e of a conce rt h ea dlin e d b y Waka Flocka Flame after a fight brok e o u t l eaving 8 p eop l e s h ot and in jure d. Waka got into a figh.t of hi s own Thursda y at a popula r A t l anta clothin g sto r e with m e m b e rs of Young Jeezy's entourage that l eft him with hi s eye blackened. A hyp e man for Waka Flocka might be to blame for the incid e nt. The unid e ntifi e d m a n took to th e stage a t World of Skates before the rapper came and report e dl y pitted the eastside of the city versus the westside. That's when police say fig ht ing ensued and patrons were told to leave. Shots were fired outsid e of t,he club WAKA FLOCKA FLAME wvclel Jean's Wife Finds Nude Pictures Of Manager In Cell Phone LISA ELLIS And WYCLEF Trying to spread the word and provide awareness and support for his native country Haiti, Wyclef Jean might have landed himself in his own disaster. Recently his wife, Marie Claudinette, stumbled upon Jean's cell phone and in depth detective work revealed nude pictures of his manager according tci sources. Enraged, Claudinette had stated that she wants his man ager, Lisa Ellis, fired "Claudinette flew into a jealous rage," claimed one in sider "She jumped to the conelusion that something may be up between Wyclef and Lisa. She told Lisa to stay away from her husband. To embar rass Lisa, she also emailed the nude picture to a number of people in the music business According to Ellis, the rela tionship with Jean has been strictly professional, but stated that a portrait taken of her for an art book back in December 2008 was leaked out. Ellis has resigned from her position since the incident, but gives assurance that the photo had nothing to do with her de parting from her position Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www. flsentinel.com Now With On-line Advertisi And Morel


ree-Spending Bears land Peppers The Bears wasted no time in corralling free agents (L-R): Chester Taylor, Julius and Brandon Manumaleuna. LAKE FOREST, Ill. --Julius Peppers was finally getting some s leep when he found out the B ears were about acquiring him. Peppers joined Chicago in the biggest move by a team that showed it's fixated on contending after missing the playoffs the past three seasons. The five-time Pro Bowl defensive end and top free agent prize agreed Friday to a six-year deal worth potentiall y $91.5 million. Stuckev Out 01 Hospital After Collapse DETROIT -Detroit Pis to s guard Rodney Stuckey w s "doing well" and was re le, sed froni the hospital Satur d afternoon following his co lapse on the bench Friday ni ht against the Cleveland C valiers. All tests done at the ClevelaliClinic came back normal, th team said. He was returnin to Detroit and ':Yill undergo fu er tests. t)tuckey spent the night at th hospital for observation w ile cardiologists checked hi out. He was conscious and br athing on his own as he was t en to the hospital after colla sing on the bench during th third quarter. e was wheeled off 'the co rt on a stretcher and the rh dical staff put an oxygen RODNEY STUCKEY mask on his face before he was put into an ambulance. Stuckey missed two games in 2008 after feeling dizzy and lightheaded during a game. Colts Re-Sign linebacker Bracken GARY BRACKETI It'ffilANAPOLIS INDIANA --qnebacker Gary Brackett wanted to finish his NFL ca reer where it all started Indi anapolis. He's getting his wish. The defensi ve captain signed a five-year deal just hours after he officially be came an unrestricted agent Brackett's new deal is likely to keep the 29-year-old in a Colts uniform the rest of his career. Brackett will report;edly get $33 million, including a $12 million signi ng bonus which would easily make him the Colts' highest-paid lin e backer in a decade. MikeTvson Considering Comeback Mike Tyson is considering a comeback to the ring later this year, possibly against Evander Holyfield. The website, Ringsidere port.com, quoting a source close to Tyson, reports that his, "former promoter Don King has a tentative deal for Tyson to return to the ring in late 2010 The initial plan is to have TysonHolyfield III, but there is rumoured hesitation on the part of Iron Mike, and there is a plan B". Ravens Get WR Boldin In Trade With Cardinals BALTIMORE -The Balti more Ravens couldn't pass up the opportunity to add a tal ented pass catcher to their ros ter: three-time Pro Bowl standout Anquan Boldin. Boldin from the Arizona Cardinals on Friday for a third-and fourthround pick in the 2010 draft Baltimore also got a fifth round pick from Arizona. The 29-year-old Boldin has amassed at least 1,000 yards receiving in 5 of his 7 seasons, including 1,024 yards on 84 catches last ... Boldin received a new 4year, $28 million deal with Baltimore in which $10 mil lion is guaranteed. He was to set to earn $3 million next sea son, the last of the 4-year, $22.5 million deal he signed with Arizona after the 2005 n[imite This week's Beauty Unlimited feature is Shawna, a breath-taking young woman you've seen before. Shawna is not shy when. it comes to the camera, and is not afraid to be the center of attention. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, or just chillin'. Shawna believes that as long as she stays focused on her future, she will be successful, no what obstacles are thrown in her path. When it comes down to the man in her life, Shawna said he must be appealing, smart, financially secure, emotionally secure, respectful, and mature beyond his years. Congratulations to Shawna as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. "11 r-0 J] 0 )> I CJ) m z ::! z m r-Ill c: r rm ::! z "tt c: Ill c CJ) ::r:: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c "11 J] c


Sports Funerals WR Nate Burleson Tweets That He Has Joined lions A LLE N PARK Mic h. ---Q Free a gent wid e r e c e i v e r f:3 Nate Burleson has joine d :::J th e D etroit Lions. 1-Burleson tweeted Satur-day morning: "It is official s o "Go Lions Media reports had the Lion s agreeing to terms on a $25 million, five-year contract with Burleson on Friday. NATE BURLESON Cards Acquire Jets Satetv Rhodes, Via Trade NEW YORK---It took the Arizona Cardinals one day to find a replacement for Antrel Rolle. The Cardinals acquired safety Kerry Rhodes from the New York Jets on Saturday for a fourth-round pick c in this year's draft and a seve: enth-rounder in 2011. LL c z <( KERRY RHODES c en w :::J 1-Steelers QB Talks To Georgia Police About Allegation > c: w > w c w ::I: en ::::i m :::J a. z i= w ..J ..J :) m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c c: 0 ..J LL MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. -Ben Roethlisberger's agent says the Steelers quarterback has spoken to police about an allegation made after the playe'r and his friends "min gled" with a group of women. The statement is short on details but Roethlisberger was seen in Milledgeville on Thursday night at a few local restaurants and bars. The player owns a hpme nearby. Police in the city about 85 miles southeast of Atlanta are investigating a sexual assault allegation at a nightclub where the player was seen, but their report does not name the subject. Separately, Roethlis-berger has been sued by a woman who claims he raped BEN ROETHLISBERGER her in 2008 at a Lake Tahoe hotel. The Steelers star denies those allegations and has asked for counter-damages. Agent Ryan Tollner says that "given the prior accusa tion against Ben, we are skep tical of motive, but we will continue to cooperate with everyone involved.' Three's-No Crowd: QB-Deep Eagles Will Pav Vick $1.5M Roster Bonus The Philadelphia Eagles told Michael Vick's agent, Joel Segal, that they will pick up the quarterback's $1.5 mil lion roster bonus this week, ac cording to a league source. Vick, who's due the bonus by Wednesday, has said he wants to be a starter next sea son, but the Eagles likely will not trade him unless another team offers at least a secondround draft pick. Sources from two teams C\1 who would be in the market for ,.... w a quarterback said last month (!) that they don't expect Vick to jf be dealt until the preseason MICHAEL VICK That's when his value could be enhanced by strong preseason performances, a full offseason of work with his team and injuries/uncertainty at quarterback on other clubs. MR. MICHAEL L.BROWN Homegoing services for Mr. Michael L. Brown, 53, of 7312 S. Elliot Street, who passed away Wednesday, March 3, 2010, will be held on Wednesday, March 10, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd, Rev. Daryl Matthews, officiating. Interment will follow. Michael L. Brown was born August 31, 1956, at Walker Air Force Base, Roswell, New Mexico, and traveled the world. Prior to returning to Tampa, he made his home in Seattle, Washington. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Julia Brown Hendry; siblings, James, Deborah and Geoffrey and half-siblings, Evelyn, Robert, Curtis, and Cedric; aunts and uncles, Reverend and Mrs. Roland Chopfield, Paul and Doris Parker of Kansas City, and William Parker of Tampa; his great, great aunt, Daisy Langston of Malvern, Arkansas; loving cousins and many nieces and nephews. Michael is predeceased by: his father, Robert E. Brown (SS Ret.); and his sisters, Susan Brown and Stephanie Brown Cadet. In lieu of flowers, please donate in his name to LifePath Hospice (www.lifecare.org) The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel for the service on Wednesday AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www .aikensfuneralhome.net Fu. (SB) 2:31-'."\:U t v ,l;,.,.,ct..: .. """;-""" ------------------------Hat .. DlOll -Funeral Jotm \V. m .. I-' .I ) Uiou-.w.uc,. L. E D ;";(102 N 40th ;sr. 626-8600 &-..,-ttl Ph: f813) 253-3419 h..-:$ ,r:l/b r-rz FUNERAL HOME "Our Business Is Service" JlOI tt 2!P" st Tampa, FL 33600 (300) 605---3350 (313) 248--6125 VIWYI. wil,on.funeralhome.com MRS. ALMA THERESA GALLON MORRIS A celebration of life, remembrance and homegoing service for Mrs. Alma Theresa Monis of 4217 E. Ellicott Street, who passed away Wednesday, March 3, 2010, will be held Thursday, March 11, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Allen Temple A. M. E Church, 2101 Lowe Street, Tantpa, Rev. Michael Bouie, pastor. Interment will follow at Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Morris was a member of Gregg Temple A. M. E. Church, Rev. Timothy Morrow, pastor. Mrs. Morris was born in Perry, Florida, on March 28, 1926. She was raised in Atlanta, Georgia, in a religious home by loving parents. Mrs. Alma Morris was a resident of Tampa for more than 58 years. She was educated in the Atlanta, Georgia public school system and attended Morris Brown College. She later completed her education at the University of South Florida. Mrs. Alma Morris was employed .for many years by the Hillsborough County Public School System and the Hillsborough County Classroom Teachers Association. Mrs. Morris was a very active member of Tampa's civic and religious communities. She loved her family, her church and her community. Her favorite motto was "love, peace, joy, and happiness," which she shared with so many family, friends, and community members. She also helped create the Greater Mt. Carmel A. M. E. AIDS Center. Mrs. Alma Monis ga,e much of her love. talents. and time to many civic and teligious organizations. They included: The National Council of Negro \Vomen, Methodist \\'omen United, lifetime member of the Missionmy Society at the local, Episcopal and Connectional levels; membet Layman' s local, Episcopal and Connectional levels, Director, Tampa Missionaty Confetence Pt esident, A. M. E. Connectional Officer, former Board Member of Edward Waters College, and epresentative for the Classroom Teachers Association. Mrs, Alma Morris was -an'African Mother by the African Mothers of the A. M ( E. Church and named Sigasigma Gula. Mrs. Alma Morris was preceded in death by: her father, Jim Gallon; mother, Allie Gallon; and daughter, Cheryl Morris. She will be missed by many who knew her. Mrs. Alma Morris leaves to cherish her fond memories: loving husband, Johnnie Morris; a son, John Edward Morris; two daughters, Devora (Taylor) Solomon, and Alfreda Boman; grandchildren, Veroniya Winkfield, Yolanda Douse, Jomesha lies, Deidre Boman and Shamyka Solomon; twelve great grandchildren, Terrencia lies, Terrence lies, Termeshia Mincey, Wayman Hunter, III, Joterra lies, Norris Mincey, III, S'even Mincey, Myjah Glenn, Termyia lies, D'Michael Glenn, and Emanuel Brown, Jr.; devoted cousins, James Alexander, Odessa Alexander, Bernard Clark, Otha Caldwell, and Ben Alexander and Jean; three special Christian sons, Dr. Melvin Kennerly, Rev. Ricky Polk and Jesse Burns; and special friends, Ann Pharis, Eddie Mae Williams, Gomez Payne and Martha Staten. The visitation will be held from 4-7-p. m. on Wednesday, March 10, 2010, at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www .aikensfuneralliome.net EATH liSTS AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Michael L. Brown, Tampa. Mrs. Dorothy Jackson, Tampa. Mrs. Alma Morris, Tampa. Baby Saviour White, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Baby Boy Brown, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Mr. Stephen Bailey, Brandon, FL. Ms. Vera Bryant, Tampa. Mr. James Brown, Wimauma; FL. Ms. Wanda Jappa, Tampa. Ms. Bessie Williams, Tampa. Mr. Charlie Woodson, Boston, Massachusetts Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, Land O'Lakes, FL. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME Mr. Ernest C. Davis, Tampa. Amaya Johnna Stewart-Harris, Tampa. Idowu Okusanya, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. Wllliam Cook, Tampa. Ms. Earline P. Freeman, Silver Springs, MD. Mr. Isaac Legrand, Tampa. Shawntain James, Brandon, FL.


-i GONE, BUT DEFINITELY NOT FORGOTTEN Rav Williams MR. STEPHEN BAILEY Mr. Stephen Bailey of 108 Clocktower Drive, Brandon, FL, passed away Saturday, March 6, 2010. Fune1al services will be conducted Wednesday, March 10, 2010, at 3 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, with Dr. Samuel L. Maxwell, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Mr. Stephen Bailey was a native of Somerset, New Jersey, and a resident of Tampa for 11 years. He attended Rutgers University and was employed as an Account Investigator at JP Morgan Chase and Dillard's DepartmentStore. He leaves to cherish his memory: 3 children, Stephen Lamont and Marc Christopher Bailey and Aiesha Crawford; brother, Gary Bailey; 5 grandchildren; and a niece, Ashlea Bailey. The rem'ains will repose from 1 p. m. to service time, Wednesday, March 10, 2010, at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress ,Boulevard. Arrangements entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. MR. SHAWNTAIN ANTHONY JAMES A homegoing tribute for Shawntain Anthony James, better known as, "DOtt MoNtana," to his friends and Shawny to family, who passed away on Tuesday, March 2, 2010, will be held Wednesday, March 10, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Fune1al Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Rev. w. D. Sims, officiating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Shawn leaves to cherish memories of him with: his mother, Wilette Reese of Florida; father, Anthony James of New York; his fiancee, Kendal Benninghaus of Florida; 2 brothers, Messiah and Raymond James; 2 sisters, Turquoia and Mooshie James, all of New York; grandmother, Elizabeth Person and grandfather, Raymond Hartley, both of Virginia; uncle, Will Reese of New York; 3 aunts, Cheryl James, Antoinette James of New York, and Atalaya Johnson-Grayson of Virginia; and a host of cousins and friends. Mr. Shawntain James was born on January 13, 1991, to the proud parents of Wilette Reese and Anthony James. Shawn attended New York School District up until 2006, when he relocated to Riverview, FL. Shawn then attended and graduated from East Bay High School, where he played for the East Bay Indians football and basketball teams. He was currently attending HCC working towards a Criminal Justice degree. Shawn loved to play sports; he was an all around sports player from football to lacrosse and everything in between. He started playing sports at age 4 Shawn's dream was to play professional foot-. ball for the NFL one day. Shawn's idol was LeBron James; he always called himself KING JAMES. Shawn was full of life; he had a smile that would brighten up anyone's day. Shawn loved to make people laugh by dancing (Aaaaa!), singing or telling jokes. The remains will repose on Wednesday at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel from 10 a. m. to 2:oop.m. "A WilSON SERVICE" GRANDMA HATTIE VERNA LAWSON KINTE LAWSON KINTE LAWSON MR. LUCAS MASTER ERIC LUCAS Loved and missed. From, the Lucas and Lawson family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM VERNA LAWSON Mom, happy belated birthday, 3/3 You are always loved and never forgotten. Your daughter. BIRTHDAY -MEMORIAM GREGORY (GREG) PARKS We celebrate your day today, wishing you were here. My heart is still heavy, my eyes still hold tears. So many memories of days that you were here, but still not enough. We miss you. Love, mom and family. REMEMBERING U ON YOUR BIRTHDAY We've been through the fire and we've been through the flood. Our hearts have been broken into pieces, seen lightning flashing from above. But, through it all we've remembered that He loves us and He cares and He will never put more on us than we can bare. BUMPER To our beloved "Pop," words could never express how much we love you and miss you dearly. You left uS so suddenly without a goodbye. Our hearts are heavy many days, sometimes we have to cry. But, looking ever to Jesus in Him we trust. We say thank you Lord for the time you gave Demarcus to us. Love always, DeDe, Mama Denise, Willie, Tarvia, Rynishia and precious children. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" )> :0 () :I: <.0 1\) 0 ...... 0 '"T1 r 0 :0 0 )> CJ) m z :::! z m r I m c r r m -i z "tJ c m c CJ) :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -i c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 '"T1 JJ 0


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Jolly wa s transporte d to the Orient Road Jail where s h e posted the $ 9 ,750 bond and was released. Police Arrest Driver In DUI Crash nand, 20, was driving on Davis Island at a high rate of speed when he lost control, drove off the roadway and struck a home. On the night of the crash, po lice said Louis-Fernand was transported to a local hospital and a blood draw was con ducted. Detectives have learned that the results were .139 and .140 MICHAEL LOUIS-FERNAND One of the passengers in the vehicle, Michelle Sams, 20, suffered serious injuries. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z i= z w (/) <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL. w (.!) <( On November 24, 2009 at 13:22 a.m., Tampa Police report that Michael Louis-Fer-Louis-Fernand was arrested last Thursday and charged with DUI causing se rious bodily injury 146lllm 18 Part Pilla @ l ebrasD Ave. & scou SL 0.. "11; oi a l ;>', :r 1 ; a d"i :i:n :tm :hn d t.., :c :' :t-: )': U l "fo' !"'!' h t t.)! .1: f ,1:1!: Commercial Burglar Sought Bv Police Man A rrested In Murder For Hire P lot Ta m pa P o l ice report that o n F ri day m o rning,. Natio n a l D i s tr i butors, 2301 East St r eet, was burg l arized T h e b us in ess i s offer i ng a $1,000 reward for any informa t i o n o n the c rjm e Accor din g to p olice r e p o rt s, t h e s u s p ect f o r c i b l y ente r e d the bus in ess b y c u ttin g a h o l e in t o a wall in the r ea r of th e b us in es s Onc e in s i de, the s u s p e ct c u t a n o t her ho l e l e ad in g into the ciga rette roo m On S aturday, F ebruary 20th, the s am e s usp e ct ente r ed the busines s b y cutting a hole into the r ea r of the busin e ss and r e mov e d c i g ars Police said the suspect appears to be a light-skinned Hispanic or Black male with thin side burns. Te.enager_ Shoots Sibling ST. PETERSBURG St. Pe tersburg Police are still investi gating a shooting that involved a pair of brothers. ROBER T DIML E R PINELLAS COUNTYO n Fr i day, Pin ellas C o unty She liffs d e t ec ti ves arre s t e d a m a n in a solicitation to c ommit murde r plot. Dete c tiv e s r e port tha t on No v e mb e r 12, 2 009, d e puties r e sponded to the front desk of the Sheriff s Administration Build ing to me e t with Ernest Huff, 5 7 According to deputies, Huff wanted to r eport a murder for hire plot. He told deputies in August 2009, Robert Dimler, 55, had hired him to murder Dimler's neigh bor, Jeffrey Meeks. Huff told investigators he met Dimler some weeks before at a rest area where he was selling wood carvings. Huff said Dimler bought several of his carv ings and told him he wanted to hire him to do electrical work. Dimler gave Huff his contact information. ERNEST HUFF .. t o ldpoJice Dimle r was try ing t o hire him to kill hi n e ighbor. In th e following w ee k s d e t e c ti v e s s a id Huff cont ac t e d Diml e r Durin g that tim e Dimler. allege dl y told Huff h e wa s ha v in g probl e ms with his n e i g hbor Jeffrey Meeks, and asked if h e would kill Meeks and told him h e would pay him cash. According to Huff, Dimler brought the matter up on several occasions and at one point gave him $sao and 90 Vicadin pills in payment to kill Meeks. Huff told detectives he was coming forward with the infor mation because he and Dimler had a falling out Huff told de tectives Dimler had backed into his car and caused damage. When Huff asked Dimler about repairing the damage, Dimler reportedly told him to t a ke it out of the $sao he d given him to kill Meeks. Dimler was arrested Friday and charged with solicitation to commit first-degree murder. Last Thursday evening, police said Devontae Butler, 17, and Turkelle Mcilwain, 17, were sitting in their apartment when Butler started twirling a gun on his finger. The gun accidentally discharged and struck Mcilwain in the right shoulder. He was critically injured imd hospi talized in the Intensive Care Unit at Bayfront Medical Center. The mother of both teenagers was home taking a bath at the time of the incident Hospital Patient Killed In Crash No charges have been filed at this time UNCLE SANDY 3, out 8, 13, 16, cause is a life without, 21, 25 37, 48 effect." PINELAS COUNTY Late Sunday night, Darrrel Tolliver, 48, checked into a Pinel las County hospital complaining of <;hest pains. Early Monday, Tolliver was killed following a series of events that ended with a fatal pedestrian crash. Largo Police report that Tolliver was hit by a car outside of Sun Coast Hospital. According to officials, Tolliver left his room to go outside and smoke a cigarette Appar ently, he walked into the middle Now Located At: 442 W. Kennedy Blvd., Suite 160 Tampa, FL 33606 Phone: (813) 259-4444 of Indian Rocks R o a d where he was hit by an suv The woman driving the SUV, DARRREL TOLLIVER Susan Hamilton Bedfore, stopped at the scene. She was interviewed by police and likely won t be charged in the acci dent.


Classi-fieds -4 c m CJ) 0 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-20914 !DIVISION G l/.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR TERWIN MORTGAGE TRUST 2005-14HE, AjSSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-14HE, without recourse, (Plaintiff) vs. J. GONZALEZ AND WILLIE MAE GONZALEZ nd all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and a ainst the above named Defendants who are unknown to be dead or alive wtJether said unknown are persons, devisees, grantees, or other claimants ; MIDLAND NCC-2CORPORATION; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Final Jtdgment/Order entered in the above noted case that 1 will s II the following property situated in Hillsborough County, F orida, described as : The South 108.7 feet of the East 208.7 feet of the North of the Southwest % of the Southeast % of Section 34 Township 28 South, Range 20 East, Hillsborough County, Florida, Less right-of-way for Taylor R0ad at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for ash, at 2:00p.m., on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202, in the eorge E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 East Twiggs Street, : ampa, 33602, on June 24. 2010. The highest idder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal five : perqent (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be ash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the ourt. Final pc;3yment rpust be made by 12:00 p m the next usiness day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE URPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATTN: 'PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY 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 SOS, 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 th i s 22nd day of February. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK Of THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ TONYA TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-CA-1041 ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC SERIES 2009B (Plaintiff) vs. LILLIAN CARABALLO, et al., (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Carmen Guzman and Unknown Spouse Carmen Guzman 6212 Crickethallow Drive Tampa, FL 33511 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description, to-w it: LOT 2, IN BLOCK A OF BLOOMINGDALE RIDGE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 86, PAGE 59, 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 is 2191 Ringl i ng Boulevard Sarasota, Florida 34237 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication [X] on or before the 5th day of April. 2010. and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Pla i ntiff 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 ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF YOU.R RECEIPT. OF. .. THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272-6169 -0R FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770 Dated this 25th day of February. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A. 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..... 0 C\1 (jj J: u a: w c w J: CJ) :J m ::J c. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w CJ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-23687 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOC I ATION, as Indenture Trustee, on behalf of the holders of the Terwin Mortgage Trust 2007-QHL 1, Asset-Backed Securities, Series 2007-QHL 1, without recourse, (Plaintiff) vs. JEREMIAH CRANK AND JOCELYN K. NIXON and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendants who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs, devisees, grantees or other claimants ; WEST HAMPTON HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC.; HAMPTON MASTER OWNERS ASSOCIATION INC.; CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT, and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the Final Judgment/Order in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated i n Hillsborough County Florida, described as: LOT 34, BLOCK C, WEST HAMPTON ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 91, PAGES 71-1 THROUGH 71-19 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2 :00p.m. on the 2nd Floor, Rooms 201/202, in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, Florida 33602, on March 23, 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit to five percent (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE.

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