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DR. MARTIN lUTHER KING JR. EDITION Someone Finall Arrested Fo JAN 18 2011 2001 urde Tech Service s 'Together We Thrive' SEE PAGE 23-A VOL. 66 NO. 42 FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 2011 60 PAGES 75 Citizens Talk About Status or Drea11 SEE PAGE 1 0-A Man Dies In Accident Days Before Birthday SEE PAGE 12-A Fa11ily Fean Missing Wo11an In Danger SEE PAGE 2-B MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1967 HOLIDAY EVENT .... The Middleton High School Class of 1967 held its holiday event at the Eddie Newkirk Event Center. Class members enjoyed a fun time reminiscing, enjoying music and re-acquainting themselves. Class officers in attendance were seated, = Osa Russell and K. C. Williams; standing left to right, Barbra Davis, Linda Williams, Ora Williams, Frank Hough, Cheryl Collins and Joe Floyd. (Pho t o by Sylvester Harris)


Features ama Tells Polarized Nation: 'We Can Be Bener' a: LL Arizona soultt}t a nation, Barack Obama nesday implored "njured in th ing better peopl e telling a polarized citi zenry that it is time to talk with each other "in a way that heals, not in a way that wounds." Following a hospital bedside visit with Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, the target of the assassination, he said: "She knows we're here, and she knows we love her." In an electrifying moment, the president revealed that Giffords., who on Saturday was shot point-blank in the head, had opened her eyes for the first time shortly after his hospital visit. First lady Michelle Obama _held hands with Giffords' husband, Mark Kelly, as the news brought soaring cheers C from thousands gathered for a: a memorial service. LL 0 Pres. Obama bluntly con-Z ceded that there is no way to < know what triggered the shooting rampage that left six c people dead, 13 others en wounded and the nation shaken. He tried instead to 1-leave indelible memories of President Barack Obama puts his arm around first lady Michelle Obama near the end of a memorial service in Tucson, Ariz., to honor the victims of a shooting rampage that that killed six people and left 14 injured. the people who were gunned down, and to rally the country to use the moment as a reflec tion on the nation's behavior and compassion. "I believe we can be better," Obama said to a capacity crowd in the university's bas ketball arena and to countless others watching around the country "Those who died here, those who saved lives here they help me believe," the president said. "We may not be able to stop all evil in the world, but I know that how we treat one another is entire ly up to us." In crafting his comments, Pres. Obama clearly sought a turning point in the raw debate that has defined national politics. He faced the expectations to do more than console, but to encourage a new day of civility, all without getting overly political in a memorial service. Pres. Obama settled on a theme of challenging the country to have a debate that is worthy of those who died. He tapped into the raging w > w c w :::z::: en ::::i m :: D. z i= w ...J ....J = m ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL debate about the role of incendiary rhetoric without dwelling on it L e t's remem. her that it is not because a simple lack of civility c a us e d this tragedy. It did not," the president said. After offering personal accounts of every person who died, he challenged anyone listening to think of how to honor their memories, and he was not shy about offering direction. He admonished against any instinct to point blame or to drift into political pettiness or to latch onto simple explana tions that may have no merit. The president said it was OK, even essential, for the country to suddenly be debating gun control, mental health services and the motivations of the killer But then he added: "At a time when our discourse has become so sharply polarized -at a time when we are far too eager to la y the blam e for all that ails the world at the fee t of those who think differ ently than we do it's important for us to pause for a moment and make sure that we are talking with each other in a way that heals, not a w a y that wounds, the president said "I want us to live up to her expectations. I want our democracy to be as good as she imagined it," Pres. Obama said. The little girl was born on Sept. 11, 2001, and had been featured in a book about 50 babies born that day. The inscriptions near her photo spoke of wish es for a happy child's !ife, including splashing in puddles. Said Pres. Obama: "If there are rain puddles in heaven, Christina is jumping in them today." Communitv Reactions To Speech Bv President Obama BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Wednesday, President Barack Obama traveled to Arizona to speak on behalf of the 6 people who lost their lives and the 16 injured when Jared Loughner. went on a shooting spree. The President's message was to be one of healing and a need for the America n people to draw closer together. A few people in the area were asked how they felt by the speech. These are their responses Tampa Housing Authority C.O.O., Leroy "I was incredibly proud after I heard the He spoke to America and didn't sink to the level of others. He spoke of hope, and he's a presideil.t for all Americans. He honored the victims of the shooting and we need him to be there for us during these troubled times. He has never let us down." County Commissioner, Les Miller: "The President went to Arizona, and I think he's trying to heal the country and repair the divisiveness. The message he was delivering was well timed and much needed." "Some critiCized it as a pep rally ; but I saw it as a way to bring us all together so we can work out our problems, His message was a speech of heal ing and to those who have lost their lives defending and repre senting this country. Arizona historically has had problems with issues of race, and has not been a supporter of the President. For him to go there and make a speech like that shows his courage and he is a man we should all be proud of." Oscar Folks, Jr.: "I was very inspired. He showed a lot of compassion which everyone in this country should have felt. I think the timing was per fect and it lifted the people across the country." "Making the speech in Arizona was significant in light bf their history, and he gave them and everyone else in the country a view of what the American people expect from their leaders." Televised Kino Parade To-Feature 110 Units Planners of the 2011 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade in Tampa say no units have signed up to participate on Monday, January 17, 2010. There are also 10 floats and 8 marching bands in the parade. The parade kicks off at 12 noon at 15th Street and Dr.Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Ginger Gadsden, morning anchor for WTSP Channel 10, and Command Master Sgt. Sergeant Derrick D. Crowley, 6th Air Mobility Wing MacDill Air Force Base are the Parade Grand Marshals. The parade ends at Osborne Avenue. For the first time in the history of the parade, WFTS Channel 28 will televise the parade live. The parade started as a symbolic march from St. Paul AME Church to the Hillsborough Couniy Courthouse in 1988. For additional information, go to the parade website: www.mlkji:parade.com.


c Feature Drug Busts: c.. )> search warrants In N. 34th Street Area lead To 20 Arrests z c: )> ASHLEY MCDONALD On Friday, January 7th, Tampa Police narcotics offi cers five people, and a sixth is being sought, on drug charges. A court authorized search warrant was served at 5604 North 32nd Street as a result of an ongoing narcotics inves tigation. Once inside the residence, the investigation resulted in the seizure of cocaine, hydrocodone, marijuana, and associated paraphernalia. The last suspect in the inves. tigation, Anthony J. Hampton, 40, is being sought for probable cause delivery of cocaine. Arrested on drug charges were: Ashley McDonald, 26; Fred Patterson, 63; Abraham Jones, 49; Maxine Robinson, 42; Ronnell Boyd, 19; FRED PATIERSON This was the third search warrant conduced in the area of Hillsborough and 34th Street in two weeks. Coupled with the pending case, there have been 20 arrests since operation began in December. District II Sector D Commander, Captain Roosevelt "Rocky" Ratliff, said on December 13, 2010, Barry Horton, 30, was arrested after a search warrant was served at a residence in the 3200 block of Deleuil on drug possession charges. On December 30th, Joseph Jackson, 47, was arrested after a search warrant was served at a residence in the s6oo block of 34th Street on charges of possession of cannabis with intent to sell, being a felon in possession of a firearm, possession of drug paraphenalia, delivery' of MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 2011 AT 6:45A.M. HYATT REGENCY DOWNTOWN TAMPA Admls8ion $35-For Reserved Table. of 10 Cell (813) 546-3926-NO Ticketa Sold At Door Tickets and Reserved Tables can be purchased on-line at TOBA-NElWORK.ORG Keynote Speaker Reverend Corliss Heath, Founder SAVE, Inc. (Shaping A Vision through Empowerment) Tampa, Florida at the following locations: S1ewart. P. A. 506 E. Jacbon SCIMI-&lilt 301 WtltT!moa: Ray Wlama Funeral Home 301 H. Howald A ... .(813)253-3418 LITanya's Hair Sluclo 2842 w. Cobnbus Olive-&At 109 (813) 253-2282 iii1.I.ImJII: PSfk Apartmon1l 1417 P8f1< Plaza (813) 5*3828 North TI!I!J!I: Bible a-d Felowllllp 4811 Ehrtlc:llRoad (813) 284-4050 i1JJa!12D: S11ta RIM N' ShN. 213 E. Robeltlcn Sl. (813) 8824102 ABRAHAM JONES cannabis, and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (marijuana) within 1,000 feet of a church. He is being held in jail with his bond set at $18,ooo. Captain Rocky Ratliff, said they have been hitting the area of 34th Street, north of Hillsborough Avenue, particularly hard the past few months. "We've done some operations and served search warrants. We've gone to some houses and arrests have been made. We also have some undercover operations going on." Capt. Ratliff said the drug dealers in the area have told them they don't care about the police presence. MAXINE ROBINSON BARRY HORTON "Theyhave no problem telling us they don't care about doing time or that we know what they're up to. They believe we can't stop them no matter what we do." "I think we are making progress. They arenit loitering as much as they used to. Now, RONNELL BOYD ..... N 0 ..... ..... JOSEPH JACKSON b we have to gather information, !2 and go to designated resi-dences. That has resulted in tn m the seizure of some items and z we are continuing our investi--f gation. We've taken a-lot of drugs and weapons off the rstreets, and there is still a lot a1 of work to do.'' ? r-AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE !!1 z News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May.Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .... FREEProfiJssillnaiSIJndctJ! Personalized Service : -SuppQrt arid Help from the beginning to_ the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators If thereJs a dispute on_ how the ac..; cident occured .... Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy ... Free Delivery In: car, Bus, Ma.orcycle, 'SiiP. & Fall,-Pedestrian dents, Loss WageS, Wrongful, Death And More... le B. PaHy Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1 Available 24 Hours A Day 17 Days A Wef;!k c: al r-c;; :::t m c m < m -f c: m tn c )> z c c


Haiti: 1 Year After Earth uake >a: <( ::> z <( ..., Earthquake Event To Shed Light :,;-ear After Devastating .h. L tart quake, Haiti Residents rec Still Need Help <( c a: u. Plight 0 1 Haitian People B Y LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On January 15th at the Compas sion Network International Ministries in St. Petersburg, an Earthquake Anniversary event will be held at 6 p m to shed light on the fate of Haitian people still suffering. The event will be held at Bethel Community Baptist Church, 2901 54th Avenue, South. PASTOR DIEMS DURVELUS aid going into Haiti is not reaching the areas where it is needed the most. Compassion Network Interna tional Ministries founder Pastor Diems Duverlus, said right now, things are worst than before "We were in bad shape before the earthquake and now those problems have been doubled. Funds are gathered in the United States, and once they reach Haiti, the people receiving them are Haitian and the people render i ng the aid want everything for free. They want to stay in our best hotels, get new cars to drive around in, and they feel they don t have to pay for any of that. Pastor Moses Brown left, and Andre Paul, right, are shown with a Haitian family last April helping with earthquake victims. "We have young boys and girls prostituting themselves to survive. That's horrible, but that's how desper ate the people are. They have actually ::C had to set up a camp for young girls C 13 to 18 who are pregnant, and there fE are hundreds of them. The help has C been promised, but when it doesn't come, they have rio choice." > Pastor Duverlus said no one in -c the United States can imagine how UJ horrible it is in Haiti right now. He said it's a lot worse than the images 1-being broadcast on television. fj: "Our elderly and injured were devastated by the storms and we couldn t w help them. There was just no assisC tance or system in place to help them. "A lot of attention is being given to UJ Haiti, but it's only because others are profiting from the misery of the peo::> ple ll. Pastor Duverlus said it's time for the truth to be told and they plan w to show the world what's really going ..J ..J ::> m ..J w z i= z w UJ <( c a: 0 ..J u. on "We're going to get survivors to tell their stories so people will have a better understanding of the suffering. "The people have been denied qy so many governments, and they have very little hope left. We're trying to put together a team of journalists to go to Haiti and bring back the truth." Pastor Duverlus said all of the "My mother has spent more than a year under a tent and she was injured in the quake. People are being denied medical care, food, water and other essential items because it's all a marketing scheme to make the people who are supposed to be helping the people look good." Pastor Duverlus said complicat ing things even more is the fact they haven't been able to put a working government in place, so the people have no one to turn to. "All of these organizations keep asking for money, but when you go to the devastated areas, you don't see them or anything the money they're getting is providing for the people. "I know God will bring an end to the suffering and the people will even tually get what they need. You can't rebuild Haiti without the Haitian peo ple being involved. Workers are com ing from other countries to do the work, getting paid, and then leaving. The people get nothing. Pastor Durvelus said this has to be straightened out, because the Hait ian people need the same standards of life as everyone else BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Wednesday marked the first an niversary of an earthquake that dev astated Haiti. In. addition to trying to overcome the results of the deadly earthquake, Haitian citizens are also battling a Cholera epidemic. More than 250,000 died in the earthquake. Families were separated and thousands homeless. Many live in tent cities established by organiza tions such as the American Red Cross. But, thousands continue to struggle on a daily basis because they aren't re-ceiVing any help. Last April, Pastor Moses Brown, of Feed Our Children Min istries, Inc., his daughter, Mrs. Anjeanette Brown Davis, Andre Paul, and others visited the devas tated country. Pastor Brown said, "This is an endless task because nothing is mov ing quickly. Several small agencies like us are down there and helping families one-on-one Everything is tied up right now Pastor Brown further stated that because Andre Paul is a native of Haiti and serves as the Interpreter, and he is currently in Haiti. He can function in a way that we can't be cause he speaks the language. NEW NEW VISION, NEW DIRECTION CONGRATULATIONS/ Florida Sentinel Bulletin, as we Honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Call {813) 443-0972 to serve as a volunteer or make a contribution! "We sent some medical supplies with Paul, but it is more advanta geous to take cash and purchase items when you get there. We try to be sen sitive to their culture and their needs "There are some tent cities pro vided by organizations and they are closed in. We are visiting the worst areas providing food and clothing. The people in the tent cities they cre ated are not receiving any help, they are living from day-to-day. Pastor Brown further said that in addition to everything else, the country is about to undergo a transfer cif power. He said it could become hostile because whoever gets into Office will oversee billions of dollars designated to rebuild the country. 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Columns Is :u FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETI tening to this psycho talk. c.. (USPS 202-140) h k th' h lk )> 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) T ey ta e IS psyc O ta se-z Published Every Tuesday and Friday By riously, they get angry and C FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING they resort to violence. 5j Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association None of these people out -< POSTMASTER: Send Address Change 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 ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, db not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Honoring Dr. Martin luther King With Action The question has become routine. What would Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. say and do if he were alive today? What issues would he advocate? The answers are endless. But most certainly, Dr. King would be at the forefront of reclaiming young Black men and promoting racial and religious harmony. We believe you could count on that. We're convinced that, by now, every city in America would have a chapter of"Saving Black Men and Boys" organization spearheaded by none other than Dr. King himself. Indeed, organization members would be patrolling every street corner, pool hall, basketball court or otlier places where Black youths might congregate. Members of this organization would also be recruiting Black male high school dropouts for back-to-school college prep or skills training. If Dr. King were alive, he would be encouraging drug dealers to use their "marketing and salesmanship" skills to form and operate legitimate businesses. Yes, we believe Dr. King would still be a man of action, if he was with us now. But then again, when you think about it, Dr. King is indeed, here with us. He is waiting for us to carry out what he started. Sounds Good, But We Can't Anord It Last Monday night, the Hillsborough County Charter Review Board demonstrated another reason why people are choosing to watch County Television rather thanHBO. Brought before the board was a resolution draft which -if accepted by both the Board of County Commissioners and the voting populace -would require every voting issue to be accompanied by a financial statement. The argument was "Voters need to know the nickel-and-dime cost of what they're voting for. If the issue costs too much, then voters should think twice about voting for it.}' Simple enough, it would seem. But what would happen if the impact of the issue was beyond dollars and cents? What does history tell us about developing a "dollarsand-cents" attitude about every item which might come up for vote? If American slavery had been presented to American voters as a bottom-line issue, do you think American voters might have said, "'Sounds good, but we can't afford it?" What about the issue of social security, women's voting rights or the first manned moon mission? If voters had been given the bill before they were provided with the humanitarian and historical dream, might women voters remain second class? Might social security remain a pipe-dreain, and-might moon travel continue to be an H. G. Wells' science fiction? Giving voters a 'financial impact' without providing them with a 'humanitarian and ethical impact' is a card trick not to save them dollars and cents, but to dupe them by making a mockery out of their common sense. Psvcho Spurs there engaging in psycho talk 11 have a snowball's chance in N Poll-ti-Cal VI-Olence hell of getting elected presi-dent. So many American """' T he tragic shooting that occurred in Arizona a few days ago is a realistic photograph of the political vio-lence that exists in Amer ica today. The primary rea son for this political violence in our country today is the round the clock psycho talk we get and hear from so many sources. Politicians like John Boehner, Mitch McConnel, Michelle Backman, Anthony Weiner, Sherrod Brown and a host of others who spew hate and racism are, in my opinion, at fault. Then, there is the queen of the psycho talkers, Sarah Palin. Ms. Palin has turned psycho talking into a business that has made her a millionaire. Is it Sarah Palin's fault? No, it isn't. It is the fault of millions of Americans who love to hear Palin spew her psycho talk. Sarah Palin and her psycho talking comrades are examples of what America has become today. Too many Americans love psycho talk today, and Sarah Palin does it best. She feeds the ap petites of so many Americans with her constant criticisms of President Barack Obama. I have never known Ms. Palin tp take a realistic and sane position on any vital issue. She does an excellent job of telling jokes, speaking in rhymes, criticizing President Obama and making people laugh. There is a pro blem with that kind of talk. There are a lot of men-Dr. King And Jesus Christ Y ears ago, in another state and in another life, I heard a prominent Black man -a minister say proudly about Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., "He was the greatest man since Jesus Christ." The audience gasped, or seemed to gasp, then ex ploded into powerful ap plause. As a younger man, I didn't know what to think. If I stood to applaud as did oth ers, I was afraid of commit ting heresy. But if I didn't applaud since others were already standing and won dering why I was not stand ing also -I might well have run the risk of being consid ered an Uncle Tom, or worse.: So, I stood and cheered. But the doubt stayed with me. I never heard Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s name and Jesus Christ's name mentioned in the same breath again. Only in my memory did it echo. I found arguments on both sides ... on the side that. shouted, "How dare anyone think such," and on the side that argued, "Certainly, the im pact of Dr. King has been Jesus-like, not only through out America, but throughout the world." The truth is obvious. Across our nation, streets and avenues are named after Dr. King. Elementary schools, middle schools, high schools and libraries bear his name. And in colleges and universities around the world, undergraduate and graduate courses grant aca demic credit, under graduate and graduate degrees in King's legacy. As a matter of fact, I am told, over the Great West Door of W es tminster Abbey in London, the Anglican Church's most noted cathe dral, stands a statue of Reverend Dr .. Martin Luther King, Jr. He is commemo rated in the Anglican Church, though he has yet, to be commemorated in any American Baptist or even African Methodist Episcopal Church I'm aware of. Tell me. What are we afraid of? What is the impact of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on .our lives and dreams? What debt do we owe him? In centuries to come, will other churches follow the Anglican Church's lead, de ifying him, as well? May some enterprising Mrican American mystic do for Dr. King what St. Paul did for Jesus Christ, causing people love to hear these psy cho talkers talk, but would never cast a vote to make them president of this c oun try. The shooting rampage in Arizona was both a warning and a message to America. The message is, tone down the bi-partisanship and end the psycho talk or America is in for a volume of politi-cal violence and a ton of international embarrass ment. In short, the psycho talk must stop. It is doing nothing but hurting America. It is okay to have politi cally different ideology, but we must be civil about it. This is especially true of our politi-cal leaders. Leaders in both parties must come for-ward and discourage this 0 type of outlandish behavior :!! and bring to an end the psy-g chotalk. en "Kingism" (for wont of a bet. ter term) to become a 22nd century religion, or might the two concepts Kingism and Christianity combine? Heresy, you say? m z ::! z m r tD c r r m ::! z c tD r c;; :::1: m c m ness. Yet, to a generation who did not know John-the-Baptist, who was not -1 familiar with disciples Peter c and Luke or Mary Magda-rn lene, or who could only read C or hear tell of the exploits of ?.:( a man Saul-turned-Paul, )> the love, patience, truth and majesty of Jesus Christ was demonstrated timelessly :!! in the words and actions of C one man and his cohorts. ?.:( And that man was Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. No doubt, Reverend King would say not once did he ever consider himself in a footrace with Jesus. Indeed, such a thought for him would be the extreme of foolishWe celebrate Martin Luther King Day, and during that celebration, we listen to his speeches, if we're lucky, and hopefully we contem plate his words and his life. As was true for St. Peter; as was -true for St. Piml, the light of Jesus shone brightly in the face of M. L. King, Jr. Was he the greatest man since Christ, as a preacher once said? Does it matter? I would answer; the only thing that matters is that Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King was with us, in our generation. Alld for that G) great kindness, I thank God m Almighty. t


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Local :c A Communitv Calli ted onicials Meet With Action Is Focus 01 => Governor Rick Scon King Memorial Servic PATRICIA SPENCER ... Honoree A call tb action is the focus of the 25th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Me morial Service in Hillsborough County. This year, Walter Niles, program chairperson, said the theme of the 25th annual cele bration is "Remember! Cele brate! Act! A Day On, Not a Day Off!" Niles, a native of Tampa and resident of Tampa Heights, encourages all resi dents and elected officials to attend "Dr. King's message was about bringing people to gether and getting things fixed," Niles said. "We want everyone to come out from all parts of the community. We don't want them to stay at home." Activities will begin at 4:30 p. m. on Monday, January 17, 2011 with a memorial pro gram at the First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 North 29th Street. Among the guests will be County Commissioner Ken Hagan, City Council Chairperson, Dr. Thomas Scott and the Reverend Michael K .. Bouie of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church. Each year the community recognizes a resident who has distinguished themselves by peacefully and successfully ad vocating the legal rights of all citizens. The recipient is an unsung hero and/ or notable resident who has made their accom plishments by promoting pos-WALTER NILES ... Chairperson itive race relationships while displaying integrity and good character and has volunteered and/ or worked professionally to champion civil and/or huinan rights. This year's recipient of the Robert W. Saunders' Award is Ms. Patricia Spencer. Ms. Spencer is a member of Bible-Based Fellowship Church in Temple Terrace. She grew up in Montgomery, Alabama and attended Alabama State University. She moved to Detroit Michigan where she was a School Board Member for 13 years, involved in housing, curriculum and Title I Funding. Pat Spencer serves as the Director of Area IX, of Florida State Conference NAACP and as Secretary of the Hillsbor ough County Branch NAACP. Her involvement with the NAACP began when she was in the second grade. She also serves as an active volunteer with the Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross. For the past 6 years, Pat has volunteered with WUSF Radio Reading Service, reading to vi smllly impaired listeners. In 2007, Pat Spencer was appointed by Governor Charlie Crist to a 4-year term as a member of the Hills borough County Civil Service Board. The Tampa Bay Children's Choir is scheduled to sing dur ing the program. For more information, call 813-433-8346 or e-mail wal ter_niles@msri.com. Board Certified, Internal Medicine is now at CTM Health care Internal Medicine Clinic Delivery Compassionate, Thoughtful, Meticulous Adun Medic ial Care Accepting many insurances including: Humana Commercial, Humana Gold Plus and Medicare. Located at 5503 E. 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State Senator Joyner said "I wanted to know how he intends to adhere to the Florida Constitution that re quires that the students re ceive a high quality; free public education if he pur sues the recommendation of his transitional team to allow kids to take their per pupil al lotment to any school." ..... Senator Joyner further 1\) said that she also expressed concerns that thousands of ..... people are waiting to hav e their rights restored and that the governor must make sure that all of his appointments to boards and committees are reflective of the state's makeup. She said her con cern was to ensure that those appointments reflect diver sity. "I also let him know that all of the African American legislators will be watching to see if those appointments are diverse. 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Ladies attending the Color Purple Event at the Straz Center For The Performing Arts last week were: Dr. Lori Taylor, Tamara Estrill-Lett, Yvette Sheriff, Coree Allen, Lisa Benson, Brunetta Thurston, Dr. Dawn Ericsson-Provine, Dr. Fran Sterling, Carla Loving, Debra Blossom, Monica Joyner, Tameca Johnson, Nicole Thompson-Floyd, Dr. Toni Richards and Isvalia Hood. Proceeds from some ticket sales froni the January 8th performance will benefit the Jack and Jill of America Foundation, Inc. The national president of the organization, Tara Joseph:-Labrie was in town for the event. Tangela Dupree is the Tampa Chapter President. (Photo courtesy of Ishmon Johnson) Poet Invites Others To bperience The Journev BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For more than 15 years, Empress PJ Crosby. has worked with youngsters as a means of employment. How ever, she .continues working with them in her personal life as a means of reaching and teaching them. Through her program en titled Poetic Beginnings, Empress PJ, (as she is known), works with youngsters in an 8-week program that she launched in the summer of 2008. She has seryed more than 400 children since its inception. Her work has taken the group before live audiences. However, on SaW,rday January 22"d Empress PJ will stand in the spotlight for the first time. She is presenting a program that offers the Spo ken Word, Skits, a Fashion Show, and Music. Entitled "Experience A Journey with Empress PJ," the event will take place at the Royal Theater, 1011 22" d Street, South, Midtown St. Petersburg. ''I'm excited and a little nervous. For several years, I have other people and now God is saying, 'It's your turn' and He has never let me down. ... Holds First Poetic Journey 'I'm stepping out on faith. I don t know what is going to CO Pie out of any of the things I'm involved with or where they are going to lead. But, I have the support of my hus band, George, (who is her videographer) her son, Patrick, other famil y and friends Empress PJ was 6 when her family moved from her birthplace of London, England to Long Island, New York. After she reached adulthood, she earned her AA degree in Fashion Merchan dising from the International Fine Arts College, in Miami. She continued her education at the University of South Florida, (St. Petersburg Cam pus), where she graduated with honors in_2002 with a B. A. Degree in Political Science and Psychology Empress PJ is co-cre ator of "Poetic Colla'ge," and "Poetic Colla'ge Youth Society Royal Voices of Hope" a poetic y outh group aged 10 to 18. In addition to sharing her first poetic experience, Empress PJ will also release her first CD on the same day The CD features the teenage talents of 17-year-old saxo phonist Jarred Armstrong; NeQuan Reese, 16, and Jessica Sweet, 19, as background vocalists. Its co-producer is 19-year-old Joshua "Jipp" Mathews, and Herbert Murphy is the mixer. ABE BROWN MINISTRIES, INC. 2011 Family Trip Schedule Last Two January Family Trips (Changed from Saturday to Sunday this month ONLY.) 4TH SUNDAY TRIP January 23, 2011 $50.00/PERSON* Children: $25.00 DEPARTURE 4:00A.M. Quincy Annex .. .......... .. .... ..... .. ........ Quincy, FL Gadsden Corr. Facility .. .. .... ..... ....... .. .... .. Quincy, FL Liberty C.l ............. ...... ... ..... .... ..... ..... Bristol, FL River Junction Work Camp .. .. .... .. ..... Chattahoochee, FL Appalachee Cl... ...... ..... ... ..... ... .. .... ... ... Sneads, FL Jackson CI .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. ... .. ..... Malone, FL Graceville Work Camp ........ ... ...... .. .... Graceville, FL 5TH SUNDAY TRIP January 30, 2011 $50.00/PERSON* Children: $25.00 DEPARTURE 2:00A.M. Holmes CL ............................................ Bonifay, FL Northwest FL Reception Center .... ... ....... ...... Chipley, FL Caryville, Work Camp .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .... .. .. .. Caryville, FL Bay CF ... .... .... .' ....... ... .. ....... ......... .. ...... Panama, FL Gulf Forestry Camp ......... ... ....... .. .. ..... .Wewahitchka, FL Gulf Cl & Work Camp ..... .... ... .. .... ..... Wewahitchka, FL Calhoun Cl &1 Work Camp .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. Blountstown, FL Franklin C l. ... .. ..... .......... ..... ........ ... Carrabelle, FL Please Contact The Ministry For Additional Information For The Trips Location: 2921 N. 29th Street *Tampa, FL 33605 Phone: (813) 247-3285 ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... "T1 r 0 :!! c )> tn m z m r m c: r r z "tJ C: m r c;; ::t m c m < m -t c: m tn c )> z c "T1 :!! c ;g G')' m


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Some citizens shared their <( opinions by answering the ques> tion, 'Do you feel the world is be coming more violent, thus en pushing the goal of accomplishing his dream further away?' 1-Ms. Ann Jenkins said, "I > am very upset over the event that ffi took place in Arizona. I blame the > Republicans for what has hap W pen, because of all the negative ffi talk that they in the :::t: media about destroymg bills and how bad they talked about our president. "There are people out there in the world that listen and take it the wrong way make up their minds, and do what that young man did. Dr. King's fight was about injustice and for fairness and equality. Let's drop the Republi can or Democrat muinbo jumbo and think human beings and their lives. I fought for my try so that we all could be free and learn to love one another. James Tokley said, Amer ica is a nation born in blood The red in our flag and the history of our wars attest to our nature. 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Thomas tells Brooke that their trip changed his life and brought everything into focus for him; Amber informs her new suitor about her pregnancy; Taylor shares her concerns regarding Thomas and Brooke with Nick DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Hope finds a surprise on her computer; EJ, Rafe and the doctor help Sami come to terms with Johnny's fate; Stefano learns about Johnny's condition; Will and Gabi share some ro mance; Jane's boss urges her to use Bo to find Hope. Philip and Nathan come to blows; Johnny goes into surgery; Melanie and Stephanie get into a fight; Kate finds a distraught Stefano and comforts him; Rafe and Nicole are surprised when they see Sami and EJ praying together. GENERAL HOSPITAL-The Balkan makes contact with the Port Charles traitor; Carly enlists Diane s help; Abby is arrested for prosti tution. Sonny persuades Dante to be his best man at the weddiQg; Carly threatens to expose the truth to Sonny; Spinelli tells Jason about his memoirs that he is writing with Diane. 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> a: were married in 2008. w c Mowry stars in the W Game." The show's fourth (J) son was to premiere on B :J on Tuesday night; the three seasons originally a. on the CW from 2006 to 2009 Z The 32-year-old M tij and her identical twin ...J Tamera, starred in the 1 S NEW YORK--Tia Mowry. hit show "Sister, Sister." ...J w z i= z w (J) C a: 0 ...J LL North Central College, a small school in the Chicago suburbs, must have been thrilled at the opportunity to bring world-renowned director Spike Lee to campus as the keynote speaker for its up coming Martin Luther King, Jr. Week. But the Naperville, Ill. uni versity is suddenly facing pres sure over the decision, from oddly enough -an Italian American advocacy group The Italic Institute of Amer ica, a group that's dedicated to "appreciating the total Italic heritage," has accused Lee of distorted portrayals ofltalian Americans in his films, specif ically such works as "Do the Right Thing," "Jungle Fever," "Summer of Sam," and "Mir acle at St. Anna." "Having Lee speak at an event honoring Dr. King is akin to having Maury Povich as the guest speaker at a Happy Marriage Conven tion," said IIA president imd Chicago resident Bill Dal Cerra, in a press release. Celebraties Pav Tribute To Teena Marie TEENA MARIE LOS ANGELES -Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson, Queen Latifah, Shanice Wil son and Motown founder Berry Gordy Jr. were among the luminaries who honored singer Teena Marie at a pri vate memorial service. Gordy and Wonder spoke and Robinson and Wilson sang as they celebrated Marie's life. Marie's daughter, Alia Rose Brockert also memorialized her mom. The two-hour memorial service and Catholic mass was closed to reporters. Marie, born Mary Christine Brockert, died Dec. 27 at age 54 Police have said she died of natural causes. iPhone and iPad this June before rolling out to Xbox LIVE, Pla ySta tion Network and Android at an unspecified date. Dubbed Julius Styles: The International, the game combines action with puzzle elements and "was inspired by my desire to bring my Art of War, Mur der at 1600 and Passenger 57 characters into the game world," said Snipes. "Julius Styles will offer something for both the mind game strategist and the kick-ass special o-ps warrior lover." "I love games that challenge my mind and reflexes," the Blade star continued. "Julius Styles pits your street knowl edge survival skills with your academic intellect and spiri tual intuition." Lapland Studio, which has previously dabbled in Wii Ware, will be on development duties and will be backed up by film outfits Red 27 and Elstree Studio Productions. Snipes, is currently serving a sentence for tax issues, will be making a film of Julius Styles soon after his projected prison release in 2013. Rihanna To launch Her First Fragrance, Reb'l Fleur It's a deal that's been months in the making, but Rihanna is now officially Holly wood's newest perfumer with the launch of her debut signa ture scent, Reb'l Fleur "My grandmother in Barba dos used to call me her Rebel Flower," the singer tells PEOPLE of what inspired the fra grance's name. And while the name might be the natural choice, decidin g on the final mix proved something more of a challenge. "Over the years, I layered many different scents to get something that was truly my own,'' she says. "But I wanted ... something that said 'Rihanna was here.' Some thing delicious and special, a fragrance with subtle hints that linger and leave a sexy memory.'' The end result recalls the RIHANNA star's Caribbean upbringing with ripe fruits and sumptuous florals, as well as a musky mix of vanilla, patchouli and amber. Reb'l Fleur will begin rolling into department stores in Feb ruary, priced at $49 for a 1.7 oz. bottle.


::D Entertainment Coroner: Autoosv Showed Michael Jackson's Death A Homicide seemed unlikely, he said it would not have made a differ ence in his finding of homicide because of inadequate care by Murray. Flanagan's inquiry was the first disclosure of how the de fense plans to counter the in voluntary manslaughter charge against Murray. The lawyer has suggested Jackson could have injected himself In travenously while Murray MICHAEL JACKSON was out of the room. The testimony came during LOS ANGELES -The coro-an ongoing preliminary hearner wh o performed the auing after which Superior Court topsy on Michael Jackson Judge Michael Pastor will testified Tuesday that the pop decide if there is enough evistar's death would have been dence for Murray to stand classified a homicide even if trial. the singer gave himself the Murray told her he had final dose of the anesthetic seen Jackson stop breathing propofol. and immediately started CPR, Christopher Rogers, but prosecutors say that's not chief offorensic medicine for what happened. Instead, over the Los Angeles County coro-three days and a dozen wit ner, was questioned by a nesses at a prelimin ary hearlawyer for Dr. Conrad Mur-ing, they have put forth a ray, who is charged with caustimeline in which Jackson ing Jackson's death by died in the bedroom of his administering a lethal dose of rented mansion and Murray propofol and 0ther sedatives delayed calling 911 to conceal ;md failing to provide proper his actions. care. She said that Murray never Attorney J. Michael told her he had given Jackson Flanagan suggested Jackson the anesthetic propofol, which could' have swallowed the Cooper said she typically uses drug, which is meant to be ad-in the ER for patients with ministered intravenously. head trauma or serious inW.hile Rogers said that juries. -Singer Mario Winans Accused 01 Being A Deadbeat Dad MARIO WINANS. R&B singer Mario singer Vickie Winans, is said Winans has a lot going for to have issues with the baby's him, working with the likes of mama as well. Macy J. Blige, Trey Songz Vicki explained that while and Whitney Houston, she wants to take part in the along with his work oil Dirty -child's life, she is afraid of his hit "Loving You _No mother who she deems evil More;" and "into all this witchcraft." And while we don't know : "Mario is not a deadbeat where all the money goes, it's dad. He doesn't have the not going to child support; money so I lent it to him to pay According to Mario's her. I am a good grandmother, baby's mom, he has been un-and I love all of my grandable to pay the $4,500 a month children." he owes her. Winans has since denied the Mario's mother, gospel accusations. SwizzBeatz Facing S2.6M Tax lien SWIZZBEATZ Swizz Beatz' tax troubles are continuing to add up now that the IRS confirms that he owes $2.6 million in back taxes Swizzy's tax woes broke in June with him owing a re ported $2.2 million to the gov ernment. Now reports say that the number has jumped to $2.6 million for the producer and husband to Alicia Keys. The IRS reportedly filed a $283,562 lien against Swizz Beatz on Monday with the New York City Register. The address on the newest lien is Swizzy's mansion in Panama, New York. Foxv Brown's Former Manager Files $100,000 lawsuit Against Her While Foxy Brown continues to prep her return to music, her former manager is lashing out against her with a $100,000 lawsuit. Brown was unex pectedly absent at New York's Club Jelani on Christmas Eve where she was scheduled to drop her "Christmas Mas sacre" Lil Kim diss record. While the rapper cited her absence to FOXY BROWN And a death in her family, her former manager Bernadette Bren-nan has planned to file a six-figure lawsuit against her for unpaid studio bills. Her Former Manager, BERN,ADETTE BRENNAN Brennan's lawsuit comes the heels of the rapper's outburst on Twitter ear lier this week where she accused Brennan of posing as her m:anager and releasing --false information about her to outlets. According to her ex-boss however Foxy just needs to get help for her "self destruc -tive" behavior. FRIDAY, lANIARY 14TH O&u!. WWW.SHAWIIHARRISWORLD.OOM WWW""PURPLEIUSS.OOM -.ww.B_ARAOUMEII.OIM ;'"" 1111 I. flllllll II .11 -MPI PlEKIII c c.. > z c: > ::D -< r-0 ::D c > (/) m z :::i z m r-aJ c: rrm :::! z "tt C: m r-c;; :::::1: m c m < m -4 c: m (/) c > z c ::D c


National Champs Loaded With Floridians The Auburn Tigers from Auburn University in Alabama won the 20)1 NCAA National Football Championship. Floridians pla yed a vita l rol e in winning the coveted champi onship. ,The City of Tampa was represented by Eric Smith (32) from Armwood High School and Derek Winters (87) of Plant City. T en other .Floridian football players joined the two Tampans to give Auburn a combined 12 players from this state on their championship team Running back Onterio McCalebb (23) of Ft. Meade, Tallahassee's defensive back Ryan White (9), linebacker ..... Josh Bynes (17) of Ft. Lauderdale, kicker Wes 1.'-Byrum (18) of Ft. Lauderdale, c defensive back T'Shervan z Bell (22) of Kissimmee, kicker c( Cody Parker (36) of Jupiter ?:( and wide receiver Phillip c Pierre-Louis of Ft. en Lauderdale. w ;:, Linebacker Antonio Carter t-(45) of Ft. Lauderdale, linebacker Craig Stevens (46) of w Tallahassee, deftmsive end > Corey Lemonier (54) of W Haileah and defensive lineman Miles Blane of Pompano ::t: .Beach, complete the Florida !a players on the championship ffi squad. Of the _12 Floridians on ;:, the team, 6 of them are ll. starters. Congratulations z champs. i= w ..... ..... ;:) m Blake -Middleton More Than A Game Tonight, (Friday,) Blake and Middleton : will toss it up in a basketball game to be played at Middleton High School. Yes, itis called a basketball game, but in reality it is more than a game It is also a look back in history. It is a reminder of years of B l ack Heritage in Tampa and all over Florida. Finally, it is a social event where old friends and rivals can come together and social ize. Throw out the records, don't worry about a game winner. Just come out and enjoy being in the midst of a rich and glori ous throwback into history and heritage. The girls game starts at 6 p m. and the boys play immedi ately afterwards. I'll see you at the game tonight. Raheem Gets No Love From The Bucs Raheem Morris, the Tampa Bay Buccaneer head football coach, has a two-year deal with the Bucs that could earn him $7 million over the life of the con tract. Morris' base salary will be $2 million a year. The rest can be earned in incentives. A $2 million base salary sounds like a lot of money and it is, but not for a National Football League coach. I don't intend to play the race card, but if Morris was white or with some other teani, he would have gotten more money. Morris did a tremendous job of coaching the Bucs last sea son and has everybody encour aged that the young, highly energetic coach will continue to coach winning football over the next few years with the teain. As Keyshawn Johnson and his buddies say ... C mon man! CAM NEWTON Auburn quarterback CamNewton was taken for x-rays following the BCS Championship game victory against the Oregon Ducks. Early reports are claiming that his back has been injured seriously. The injury is supposedly to his lower back and was suf fered late in the game following a hit. Though Auburn University has not issued any reports regarding the eXtent of the injury, it is said to be "serious." With an injury of this mag nitude, it makes one wonder what this will do to Cam Newton's NFL draft stock, and whether or not this will influence his decision to leave school and enter the NFL draft. Ed Reed Reioins Ravens After Trip To louisiana ED REED Safety Ed Reed has rejoined the Baltimore Ravens after a quick trip home to Louisiana to be with his family. Reed,. whose younger brother has not been seen since he jumped into the Mississippi River near New Orleans last Friday, played in the Ravens' wild-card game Sunday in Kansas Cizy, then headed home. The Ravens are preparing to play the Steelers on Saturday in Pittsburgh an. d Reed, obviously, is an indispensable part of their defense. At least I Went nSwinging les quarterback ick threw an on at the end of loss to the Packers, but he wasn't second-guess ing himself afterward. I took a shot at the end zone," Vick said. "I could have checked it down to the back. I got greedy and took a shot at the end zone." Although Vick suffered an ankle injury late in the game, he said that wasn't a factor in his underthrown ball into the end zone Vick said this was the most painful loss of his NFL career. "This one hurt more than any of my previous seasons that I played a full season and had an opportunity to play in the playoffs," Vick said. "I just think, I didn't finish ... I expected so much out of myself. Vick, Eagles Head Into Offseason Of Uncertainty PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick turned a season that began with low expectations into one filled with highlights and high hopes. It ended in bitter disappointment -the same it MICHAEL VICK usually does for the Philadelphia Eagles. Vick led the Eagles (10-7) to an NFC East title, but a 21-16 loss to Green Bay in a wild-card game on Sunday spoiled his remarkable come back story. So, the first season without Donovan McNabb finished just like the 11 with him. No Super Bowl victory for the Eagles, who haven't won a championship since 1960. Now the Eagles head into 0 an offseason filled with uncertainty, mainly because of the NFL labor contract. Vick is set to become a free agent, and there are rio guar antees he' ll be back. Charles Barklev On Tucker Carlson: He's A 'Nobodv,' 'Fired Because He Sucked' On Thursday's edition of "Inside The NBA" on TNT, NBA analyst Charles Barkley ripped Tucker Carlson for saying Michael Vick should have been executed. Ca.rlson made the statement while filling in for Sean Hannity on Fox News on Dec. 28. "There's some idiot on 0 another station named Tucker Carlson; who called out Michael Vick," Barkley said at the beginning of his rant. He startedCHARLES BARKLEY And TUCKER CARlSON \ to praise Vick and wished him luck in the playoffs, then continued to fire at Carlson. 2011 NFL PlAYOFF BRACKOS SaturdaytJanuatf15,201t .);> Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh, 4:30p.m. EST );> Green Bay vs. Atlanta, 8:30p.m. EST Sunday, January -16, 2011 J;> Seattle vs. Chicago, 1 p. m. EST ,. New York vs. New England, 4:30 p. m. EST


Sports Iverson Reponedlv Readv To Call It Quits ALLEN IVERSON 4/t Allen Iverson, arguably the greatest small guard in recent NBA history, could have taken his final shot. A.I., who has spent this season playing in basic obscurity in Istanbul, Turkey, needs ankle surgery and like ly won't return to his current team Besiktas Cola after getting the procedure done in the U .S., reports Turkish site Ajanspor. "Leaving the basketball world makes me sad but, sometimes, we have to accept things like they are," Iverson said Tuesday. "I can say goodbye to basketball. The 35-year-old former Sixers star was only playing overseas in the first place because no NBA team would take a shot at signing him during the off-season despite his remarkable career. Golden-Voiced Homeless Man Going To Rehab Ted Williams agreed-to enter a private facility to combat alcohol and drug dependency. LOS ANGELES --An Ohio homeless man whose silky voice made him a web phe.:. nomenon is headed to rehab for .alcohol and drug depen dency after an appearance ori Dr Phil, show representatives said Wednesday Ted: Williams agreed to enter a private facility after a lengthy one-on-one interview with Dr. Phil McGraw set to air Thursday, show spokeswoman Stacey Luchs said in a written statement. .Williams' wife and family will also appear to discuss what they call his persistent drinking and a Monday disturbance at a Los Angeles hotel where police briefly detained Williams and his daughter after a heated argu ment. Williams was staying at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa while in town to tape several TV appearances. Police called the incident "minor" and said there were no signs of physical abuse Family members said the dispute was over Williams drinking. 9" RoUer ............... -........................ nt Brushes .................. ................... LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Ex-USF Coach Leavin Reaches S2.75M senlement With School JIM LEAVITT Former South Florida coach Jim Leavitt will receive $2.75 million in the settlement of a lawsuit he filed against the school after he was fired last January. Leavitt was dismissed a year ago after a school investigation concluded he grabbed one of his players by the throat during halftime of a game and slapped him in the face, then lied about it. He was the only head coach in the first 13 years of the program and had just completed the second season of a seven-year, $12.6 million contract. The school and Leavitt's attorney, Wil Florin, announced Tuesday night that Leavitt will receive $2 million for salary and benefits. The ex coach will get an additional $750,000 as acknowledgment for contributions he made in building the Bulls from scratch into a "nationally respected" program. Skip Holtz was hired as Leavitt's replacement. Jets CB RevisAUain Shuning Down WR Each Week DARRELLE,REVIS FLORHAM PARK, NJ -Darrelle .Revis couldn't believe Rex Ryan's latest dec laration. His coach label\!d him the best player in the NFL; hands down. Some lofty praise that made Revis' eyes widen. "Well, thanks, Rex, for the quote," Revis said, laughing agafn. "I mean, I thank Rex for respecting me that highly. I do strive to try to be the best in what I do." This certainly has been a whirlwind of a season for Revis. There was a long con tract holdout that caused him to miss training some hamstring issues that sidelined him a few games and doubts as to whether he could reach last season's lofty level, when he finished second for NFL Defensive Player of the Year. ::::c c Antonio Cromanie: c.. )> z c: )> Tom BradvAn 'A*****E' ::::c -< ANTONIO CROMARTIIt AND TOM BRADY Antonio Cromartie has taken the rivalry between the Jets and Patriots to a new level in advance of this weekend's AFC divisional game between the two. Cromartie unleashed a profanity-laced tirade direct ed at Patriots future Hall-ofFame quarterback Tom Brady during an interview on Tuesday. Cromartie proclaimed that he "hates" Brady and thinks the acclaimed signal caller is an "a*****e." He even said "F**k him," during one answer, and called into question Brady's sports- PERC manship and respect for his opponent: What set Cromartie off was revisiting last month's 45-3 Jets loss to New England in Foxborough -Brady pointed at the Jets' sideline and their defense after throwing a touchdown pass that stretched the 0 Patriots' lead to 38-3. Ryan :!:! first broached the subject in his own press conference, but en was a bit tamer in his remarks, saying that was just -t "Brady being Brady." Cromartie was a little more r passionate. r r z "U c: m r (ij ::::t m c m < m ::::c -< -t c: m C/) c )> z c :!:!' SELF-EMPLOYMENT. R.A.C. TAX CONSULTATIO_ N


Funerals/Memoriam > a: <( :::l z <( .., > <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w :::l t-> a: w > w c w ::I: en :J m :::l c. z i= w ...J ...J :::l m MRS. ROSALIND LORETTA BROWN 'BOOS IE' Homegoing services. for Mrs. Rosalind Loretta Brown, who passed away on Thursday, January 6, 2011, will be held on Saturday,January15,2011at11 a. m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 Chipco Street, Pastor, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Rosalind Loretta Brown was born on August 12, 1952, in Tampa. She was a member of St. John Progressive M. B. Church. She enjoyed loving her family and fishing. She was preceded in death by: her father, Thomas Wade, Sr.; mother, Katie Mae Wade; sister, Brenda Joyce Wade; aunt, Doris Iona Brown; and great granddaughter, Malayah Wilson. She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Willie David Brown, Sr._ ; children, Lashawn Brown (Joseph Vanterpool), Debora Taylor (husband, Willie Taylor), Willie Brown, Jr. (Lyla Harris), and Silvester Brown (Eureka Singletary); grandchildren, Shantikia Douglas, Sierra BroWn, Wilkierra Brown, James Nicholaus, Silniya Brown, Willie Brown, IIi, Antwan Brown, Neavaeh BroWn, Niaja Brown, LaToya McAllister, William McAllister and Shantwaniqua Milhouse; great grandchild, Zanyah McAllister; brothers, Thomas Everett Wade, Jr. and Thomas Edward Wade; sisters, Cynthia L. Wade and Barnettie J. Wade; uncle, Gene Johnson; ...J nieces, Samantha Thomas, W Mellissa Thomas and Z Sh.eronda Thomas; nephews, i= David Gay, Jr., Thomas Wade, Z Jr., Corey Jones, Torey' Askew, W Jerres Thomas, Charlie Cedric en Edon, Jr., and Derrick Edon; <( cousins, Charlotte Brown-Hall, C Irene Mitchell, Irmetta MohO: ley, Horace Mitchell, Juanita 0 Williams, Patricia Jones, ...J Freddy Mitchell, Johnny LL Mitchell, Sue Farmer, Brenda Mitchell, Lillian Mackey, Charles Mackey, Betty Mackey, Oliver Brown, III, Victor Brown, Oliver S:mall, Judy Smith, 'Artie Brown, Agnes Small, Rose Small, Vernell Small, Joyce Small-Fletcher, Marvin Johnson, Jr., Taneisha Johnson, Dawn Johnson, Kori Johnson, Gwendolyn Brown, Patricia Ann Brown and Shirley Brown; 8 great nephews and 10 great nieces; special friends, Hilda Daniels and Alberta Showers; and a host of other sorrowing faniily and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, January 14, 2011, from s-8 P m. The family will receive friends fr9m 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the chlirch at 10:45 a. m; for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME SISTER MARTHA HEPBURN CAlL A celebration of life for a loving mother and grandmother, Sis. Martha Hepburn Cail of Tampa, who passed away, Friday, January 7, 2011, will be held Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Sinai African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, 2909 N. Nebraska Avenue, Rev. Lillian Zakay, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Martha Hepburn Cail was born, on March 18, 1929, and baptized and educated in Tampa. She graduated from Don Thompson in 1948. She followed her family and became a Methodist at an early age, never departing from AME religious faith. She joined and served Mt. Sinai AME Zion Church at an early age. During her school aged years and after returning from Nursing School, she continued her membership with the church. Before a brief confinement due to illness, she was very active in the Hillsborough County community and churches. As a Deaconess of the church,SuperintendentofSunday School, Trustees, and Christian Education Ministry, she worked closely with and supported numerous ministers who made regular visits to her during her illness. She was very emphatic that her children and family attended special programs at Mt. Sinai AME Zion Churc4 to support her. She was an enthusiastic giver to her church and always donated to programs and cooked diligently at church, at home and wl,erever ne.cessary to feed program participants on God's programs. -She was a very proud nurse and started nursing career at Lincoln' Memorial Hospital on. 29th Street: She worked at USF as a Custodial Supervisor for eighteen years until19S8. After the passing of her hus_band, Frank "Sunny Boy" Cail, she retired and served the Lord and her family. The Cail family was well known in the Central Park Village where her children were raised and educated before moving on Comanche Avenue in East Tampa. That residence became the Hospice House of the Hepburn brothers who became ill before their passing. She leaves to cherish her memories: her devoted and loving children, Alva Cail Williams (David), Veronica Cail RamirezRodriguez, Frank Cail (Marian), George Cail (LoVeta), and LaSharn Cail Cusseaux, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Lisa Pitts, Wendell Ramirez, Jr., Michael Ramirez (Courtney), Coneathia Watts, Antonio Cail, Adrione Cail (Eva), Chris and Jordan Grimes, Wesley, Dhari and Wendell Lewis, Hosea, Tara, Nakisca, George, Jr. and George m; great grandchildren, Zaire Brooks, Emani, Adrione Joel and Leyla Cail; brothers and sisters, Henry H. Hepburn, Jr. (Mary), Florence, SC, Harold Hepburn (Margaret), Columbia, SC, preceded her in death were, Howard Hepburn (Leora), Leroy Hepburn, Harry. and Samuel Hepburn, Margie HepWilliams (Leroy), and Camille Hepburn Williams (Henry); nephews, Bobby Williams -(Jessie), Spring Lake, NC, Leroy Williams (Virginia), Tampa, Malcolm Anthony Hepburn (Angel), Mark Christopher ms, V i c Matthew ( Carolyn), G r e Hnl"""n/ ( Linda), D a vi d W illiam s (Sha andnumerBarbara (Ben), Prince A Josephine Williams (Herman), Annapolis, MD, Ruthie Williams Johnson, Annapolis, MD, the late Katherine Beatrice Hepburn, Dr. Carolyn Leora Hepburn Collins (Norris), Debra Theora Hepburn Taylor, D. Nikki Williams Knight (Peter), Virginia Williams Gates, Michelle Walker, and Sonya Jordan and numerous others; a host of other close cousins, relatives and friends, to include, the Collins, Lesters, Taylors, Williams, Chavous and Tuckers of Daytona Beach, FL, Williams of Atlanta, GA, Veola Williams, _Alice Sherman, Dorothy Lockley, Mary Daniels, Gail Lee, Sharon Thompson, Tammy Jackson, Margie Pearson, Tampa daughters to include, Tronda, Pat, Irene, Quincenia Bell, Cails, Elaine Jones, Virgil Tyler, Lucy Mitchell, LaTonya Jones, Gwen Carson, Sadie Sisdry, Mary P. Smith, Nita Bradley, Ilona Hardrick, Margaret Sims, Gloria Shellman, Betty Richmond, Brenda Sullivan and Charlotte Simmons and countless others; goddaughters, Cheryl Collins, Beverly Bowden, Shayla Jones, Deidra Davis, and Bernice Harvey. The viewing will be held at her church, Mt. Sinai AME Zion Church, 2909 N. Nebraska Ave. from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. at the church. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SHIRLEY DANIELS January 14, 1957 Happy birthday, Shirley Daniels. With love from, your family. MR. CULLEN DAVIS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Cullen Davis, Sr., of 5827 58th Street Court, who passed away on Wednesday, January s, 2011, at 6:19p.m., will be held on Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Oak Hill M. B. Church, 4202 E. Palifox, Rev. Dr. Victor Ball, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Cullen Davis, Sr. was born in Hartford (Cottonwood), Alabama to the late mother, Gussie Bryant and father, Booker T. Davis on November 20,1929. He was a member of Oak Hill M. B. Church where he accepted Jesus Christ as a young man and continued until his demise under the leadership of Pastor, Victor W. Ball. He was preceded in death by: his mother, the late Mother Gussie Bryant; father, Booker T. Davis; stepfather, Jasper Bryant; 3 sons, Herbert Davis, Jackie D.avis and Cullen Davis, Jr.; daughter, Bettye Young; sister, Inez Ingram; and brother, Clarence Davis, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memory: 4 daughters, Rae Jean Mercer and husband, Frankie, Barbara .f. Davis, Anita M: DaVis and .Aiitoinette Davis, and son; Ronald E. Davis; 12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren; 3 sisters, Elouise Glover, Rocelia Holmes and Jeanette Balkman and husband, Robert; and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. He was a very good man and was loved in the community. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, January 14, 2011, from s-8 p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 1:45 p. m. for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Check .Out .Our Newly Enhanced Website At: flsentinel.com MRS. BErrY JACKSON DENSON Homegoing services to celebrate the life of Mrs. Betty Jackson Denson; 68, will be held on Saturday,January15,2011,at1 p. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 E. 25th Avenue, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Senior Pastor, and Rev. Herbert McFadden, Pastor of New Birth M. B. Church, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs; Betty Denson passed away peacefully among family at Tampa General Hospital on. Friday, January 7, 2011 at 1 p. m. She was born in Crisp County, Georgia, on October 17, 1942, and was the youngest daughter of George and Daisy J!lck!;on of Crisp County, Georgia. She moved to Tampa at the age of five, where she grew up andattended local schools. Betty retired from Tampa General Hospital after working 25 years in the Dietary Department. Betty was a member of New Birth M. B. Church. BettY was very active in her church where she served as the adult usher ministry leader, church treasurer, member of pastor council, treasurer of WIA, and member of the senior mission. Betty enjoyed traveling and watching her favorite footb.all team, the Buccaneers, play-football. She was preceded in death by; her husband, Eddie Lee Denson, Sr.; and daughter; Pamela Jackson. Betty is survived by: Lottie Pickens of Tampa, a lovingly devoted sister that raised her as her own child from five years of age; a devoted brother, James Jackson O'l!elma) of Miami, FL; daughter, Iris Telhaoui (Fateh) of West Sussex,, England; two sons, Eddie Denson, Jr. of St. Pete and Christopher Denson of Dade City; three grandsons, Brandon Deme of West SU.Ssex, England, Cameron Denson and Herbert Denson; three granddaughters, Skye Morton ofWest Sussex, England, Kerria Denson and Catera Denson; seven nieces, Gwendolyn Montgomery (Sidney) of Atlanta, GA; Rebecca Simmons (John), Iona Simmons and Shandra Jackson-Bohley (John), all of Tampa, JaGail. Jackson, Eulanda Jackson and Janell Jackson Lefebvre (William), all of Miami; four great nephews, Walter Pickens, James_Pickens of Tampa, Frederick Pickens of Miam,i, Edward Montgomery of Atlanta, GA; seven great nieces, Debbie Pickens, Brenda Pickens, Kecia Graves (Lonnie), all of Tampa, Colette Montgomery of Atlanta, GA, Lynelle Jackson, Venice Jackson, Yvette Lefebrev all of Miami; devoted first Rev. Nathaniel and family from GA. had lots 'of fr,endS; and -we could not list them all, but we would be remiss if we did .not mention Joyce Anderson, Maurice and Cassandra Tucker, Flossie Weeks, Theodore Williams, Willie Mae Sanders, Shirley McPherson, Alma Harris, Clayton Andersonj Anderson, the 'Dietary D'epartment of Tampa General Hospital and a host of other relatives and friends. The. family will receive friends on Friday, January 14, 2011 at New Birth M : B. Church from 5-7:30 p.m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday by 12:45 p.m.. 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MRS. LATONYA NELLON-WILSON Homegoing service for Mrs. LaTonya Nellon-Wilson of Apollo Beach, FL, who passed away on January 6, 2011, will be held Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Emmanuel Cathedral COGIC, Pastor Jesse Smalley, II, with Supt. Clethen Sutton of Miracle Temple Church of God In Christ, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memoriai Park Cemetery. LaTonya was born to a loving mother, Barbara Nellon and father, Alphonso Alford. LaTonya was blessed to have two fathers, Mr. Cecil Goodman (Michelle) raised her and she affectionately called him "Daddy." She brought joy, happiness and peace into their lives and the lives of others. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. She continued her education and was certified as a Nursing Assistant at Concord Institute. LaTonya was united in marriage to Christopher Wilson on May.12, 1995, in Tampa. In 2001, LaTony.ajoined Miracle Temple C.O.G.I.C., Tanipa, and was an active member. LaTonya served as West Central District Hospitality and MT Hos, pitality as President. She was in death by: her grandparents, Channie and Nellon; and brother-inlaw, Fredrick Polite. LaTonya leaves to cherish her memories: a loving and devoted husband,ChristopherWilson;6 children, Demetrice Nellon, Leonard, III, Sherrell and Terrell Limehouse, Christina Wilson and Ashanti Grier; 3 grandchildren, Demetrice Nellon, Jr., Jeramiah and Sa'riyah Limehouse; 5 sisters, Catrina Goodman, Colette Smith (Dam.on);Shanell Jackson, Asia and Cecila Goodman; 2 brothers, ChriStopher Jones and Deeal Alford (Bethany); motherin-law, Constance (Ms. Connie) Polite; 5 sisters-in-law, Gloria Parham, Elaine Elson (George), Regina Polite Warren (Carl), (}ail Johnson and Lisa Pride; brother-in-law, Robert Pride (Vernette); aunts, Daisy Norton, Frances Clark, Janice Boozy, Charlotte Nellon, Chestine Goodman, Emma Harris and Lestine Davenport (Charles); uncles, Stanford Nellon, Jr., Johnnie, Jerry B., Robert, John, Jr., Larry Joe and Jerry A. Goodman; nieces and nephews, Erica Goodman, Era'Daiza and Kawandra-Mitchell, Tyree Jackson, DaCobi Smith, Patrick Shal)', Jerome Parham, Jr. Giselle Mitchell, Fredrica, Tony, Andre and Fredrick Polite, Jr., Carl, Jr. and Carla Warren, Keith Howard, Corey and Marcus Polite, Jessica and Tyler Ford, Zakiyah, Zaki and Keonea Grier, Erica and Eric Pride, and Samantha and Justin Alford; and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends; special friends, Leonard Limehouse, Sr., Mother Pearl Sutton and LaTarsha Melvin; special cousin, Tiffany Alford. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p.m. The and friends are asked to meet at the church on SatUrday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. DARLENE'TINA LEE' 'LENA BABY' BROCK Graveside services for Mrs. Darlene Tina Lee "Lena Baby" Brock, of14414 N. 19th Street, who passed away Tuesday, January 4, 2011, at Tampa General Hospital, will be held Saturday morning, January is, 2011, at 10 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, with a local minister, officiating. Mrs. Darlene Tina Lee "Lena Baby" Brock as born in Tampa on October 2, 1981, to Vanessa D. Clark and Reginald Mosley. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County where she received her GED in 2004. She also attended the UMA Medical School. She was a call center representative for the United Cab Company. Her hobbies and enjoyment included cosmetology, driving, and spending time with her children and friends, and was always affectionate to odters when they were in need. She was preceded in death by: her daughter, Sharron Williams; and grandmother, Cloretha V. Sheffield. Mrs. Darlene Tina Lee "Lena Baby" Brock is survived by: her spouse, Trevaris Brock, Sr.; children, Shannon Williams, Jr., Sade Williams, Saibeyon Williams, Trevaris Brock, Jr., Asia Brock and Ian Brock; parents, Vanessa D. Clark and Reginald Mosley; siblings, Charlene Mosley and Shena Clark; aunts and uncles. Delores Wilson, James D. Sheffield and Veronica Morgan; uncles, Buddy, Michael Mosley and Charlene Christian; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; in-laws, among whom are, Colen Mosley, Jacha Anderson, Gina Faber. Leilani Williams, Joaquin Williams, Jr., James A. Sheffield, Erica Knight, Evette Levins, Carmen Sheffield, Daniel Sheffield, Jayson Sheffield and Yvonne Christian; friends among whom, are, Keisha Grace, Richard Romeo, Joaquin WilliamS and James McMillan; and a host of other relatives and friends. The visitation for Mrs. Darlene Tina Lee "Lena Baby" Brock will be held on Friday, January 14, 2011, from 5-7 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. Family and friends are asked to assemble at 9:45 a. m. on Saturday, January 15, 2011, at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Ronald J. Derr, Sr.; L.F.D. & Embalmer. "EvERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HQME" DEACON ULYSES CUMMINGS Homegoing services for Deacon Ulyses Cummings of 319 East Frances St., who passed away Saturday, January 8, 2011, will be held Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Good News Missionary Baptist Church, 1204 N. Jefferson Street, Rev. Dr. E. C. Kelly, pastor, officiating, Rev. Willie Smiley of Bainbridge. GA, eulogist. Interment w.ill be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He was born on April 2, 1930, to Deacon Sam and Hester Cummings in Bainbridge,. GA. He was preceded in death by: his parents, l?"andparents, six brothers, 7 Sisters, and many nieces and nephews. He leaves to cherish his memory: all of the members of Good News Missionary Baptist Church, his extended family; his fanilly members that consisted of a great host of nieces, nephews, and many great, great nieces and nephews. He will be remembered by those members who are unable to make travel arrangements from Virginia, Washington, D. C. Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgi;,t and South Carolina. He enjoyed many holiday gatherings, sr.ecial occasions with his family here that includes: David Cummings and wife, Sherrie, Maudie Stone, Ruth .Jefferson and husband, Solomon, Florencene Plante, Stanley and wife, Sylvia, Michael Herbert Cummings and wife, Virginia and husband, Nolan, Barbara Cummings-Coleman of Lancaster. PA, Emma Farmer of Detroit. MI, Willie Smiley and wife, Diane of GA. He leaves to cherish his memory, many nephews and nieces, too.manyto mention. VieWing will be held at the Good New Missionary Baptist Church, 30 minutes before funeraltime. Friends are asked to meet at the church, 1204 N. Jefferson, for the funeral. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWIN(} AFTER THE EULOGY. John Harmon, L.F.D. and James Harmon, L.F. D. A ID\RMON BURIAL IN MEMORIAM WHITINEY SHARDAY LEWIS It's. been 3 years since God called you home. You are truly missed each day. We will always love you. Love: Tracey; sisters, Brittany'and Courtney; and family. MR. DAVID LEE HUTCHERSON Homegoing services for Mr. David Lee Hutcherson, who passed away on Wednesday, January 5, 2011, will be held on Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Pleasant Chapel A. M. E. Church, 2615 East Chipco Street, Tampa, 33605, with Pastor Esther Eva, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Hutcherson was born September 29, 1932, in White Springs, FL, and was a retired construction worker. He was preceded in death by: his. Wife, Essie Mae Hutcherson; his father, Willie Frederick Hutcherson, Sr.; his mother, Mayola Whitfield Hutcherson; brother, Willie Frederick Hutcherson, Jr.; and sister, Shirley Pickens. He leaves to cherish his memories: 5 daughters, Maybell Roberts, Jeanette Hutcherson, Annette Carter and Ceola Hutcherson, all of White Springs, FL,. and Sonya Montgomery (Benjamin) of Tampa; 3 sons, David Hutcherson, Jr. (Evonne), and Kenneth Hutcherson (Zelda), both of White Springs, FL, and Reginald Hutcherson, (Kadontreal) of Bartow, FL; 6 sisters, Daisy Richardson and EdDa Tolbert, both o( Homerville, GA, Mattie Ash (Hershey) of Tampa, Ethel B _ush of Montverde, FL, Mary (Jerome) of Detroit, MI, and Martha Webb of Gainesville, FL; 3 brothers, Alvin Seigler (Katherine) of Albany, GA, Floyd Hutcherson -(Debra) of Orlando, FL, and Albert Lee Hutcherson of Edgewater Park, NJ; sixteen grandchildren, eleven great grandchildren and one greatgreat grandchild; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many sorrowing friends. Visitation for Mr.lfutcherson will be held Friday evening, January 14, 2011, from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 North 40th Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing c _elebration are asked' to arrive at the church at 10:45 a.m. John Harmon, L.F.D. and James Harmon, L.F. D." A HARMON BURIAL Omission In the FaJP.i}y Notice in Tuesday's issue (January 11, 2011) for Ms. Renaye Gertrude Davis, the word 'son' was omitted among those who are left with fond memories. MOTHER MARGARET BROWN Mother Margaret Brown of Orlando, FL, formerly of coin Gardens of Tampa, FL, passed away Tuesday, January 4, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 2 p.m. at. College Hill Church of God in Christ; 6414 N. 30th Street, with Elder Charles Davis, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mother Brown was a native of Coffee County, GA, and a resident of Tampa for over 55 years. She was a member of College Hill Church of God in Christ and believed in putting God first. She was employed as an Avon sales representative for over 30 years and a childcare provider for !l number of years. In the raising of her own children, Mother Brown always encouraged them to embrace Proverbs 3:5-6: "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own under-. standing; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will ., ..... 0 :!! c )> t/) m z ::! z m ..... m c: ..... ..... z direct your paths." "0 She leaves to cherish. her c: memory: her sons, Glenn E. tD McCray (Belinda) Leon K. rMcCray (Valerie); daughter, (i) Frances Brown-Lewis (Kevin); ::::1: grandchildren, Celena m (Williani), Shauntae (Noah), C Glenn, Jr., Christopher, m Joshua, Leon, Jr., Thomas, < -Uriah and Naomi; great grand-m children, Corey, Jr.; Alexus, ::EJ Destiny, Shaniece, Maleak, -< Noah, Jr., Aamori and Mar-quet; sisters, Odessa Braddy, ffi Mary Tyler and Ida Wilson; brothers, David Batts (Delores) and Larry Batts; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, rela-tives, church friends in Tampa )> and Orlando, neighbors and z friends atlonies ALF. C The remains will repose ., after 5 p. m., Friday; January :!! 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Fu-C neral Home, 301 N. HowardAv-enue, .and the family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Per Mother :JJrown's request, in lieu of flowers please make contributions to the Gardenias, a retirecJ women's auxiliary of College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street, Tampa, 33610. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, www.raywilliamsfu-


..... Funerals/Memoriams ..... ......... -. .. .. llliiiiii High Rise, Hospice of Tampa; and many lifelong friends to include, Mother Martha DeaveatLx and her children, who were his grandchildren. .> a: ::> z ""') c a: u. MRS.HATIIE MAE GRICE Mrs. Hattie Mae Grice of 401 E. 7th Avenue, passed away Thursday, January 6, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 15, 2011, at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Dr. Curt L. McKay, Pastor of Abundant Life Worship Center, officiating. Interment will follow in > Rest Haven Memorial Park. let Mrs. Grice was a native of C Snead, FL, and a resident of [ Tampa for 52 years. U. She attended the public C school systems of South Georz gia and North Florida, and was < raised as a Baptist, attending many churches in Tampa. She ...., retired after 27 years as a Load C Builder for National Linen. U) She leaves to cherish her w ::> memory: 4 daughters, Laura 1-Julien (Leyland), Linda > Richardson (Alonzo), Sabrina a: Lowman and Robin Lowman; W 2 sons, Ray Charles Hutchins, > Sr. and Melvin Lowman, all of W Tampa; 16 grandchildren, ShaC conna Hutchins, Audrey Edwards, Ray Charles Hutchins, U) Jr., Davida Hutchins, Kawana :::1 Richardson, Asia Edwards, r:D LaRon Edwards, Sr., Kendra ::::: Hutchins, Mario Richardson, C. Ambria Edwards, Brandy Henz derson, Francia Richardson, j: Bryan Taylor, Raven Hutchins, W Bryanna Lowman and Kynisha ..J Hutchins; 17 great grandchiiS dren; sister, Starrie Lee Conal ley; brother, Luther Hutchins ..J w z i= z w U) < c a: 0 ..J u. (Gloria); sister-in-law, Mattie Hutchins; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; adopted family, including Willie and Beverly Lowman, John and Marian Lowman, Margie Lowman, Martha Lowman, Raymond and Pat Lee, Louise .Wells, Myrtle Brantley, Louis Watts, Michael Haugabrook, Nathaniel Moffett, Annie Masavo, Sharon Brown, Mamie Anderson, Edith and Buddy Johnson, Merwin Frasier, Pete Hubbard, Beau Mingo, Ms. Honey, Sheila, Rodenia Quitt; and others from National Linen. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, January 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MR. THOMAS LEE 'TL'PALMER Mr. Thomas Lee "TL'' Palmer, Ret., M/Sgt USAF, of Tampa passed away Wednesday, January 5, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 3012 W. Cherry Street, with Father Felix Sanchez, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Palmer was a native of Tampa and a resident all of his life. He attended Don Thompson High School and graduated in 1952. He was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. Mr. Palmer retired after 26 years of service in the U. S. Air Force. Subsequently, he also worked for 15 years with the U. S. Postal Service and 18 months with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office as a crossing guard and SUJ?ervisor, He was preceded m death by: his father, Mr. Elliott H. P

, Funerals/Memoriam 2:! MS. MERCEDES WILCOX Homegoing celebration for Ms. Mercedes Wilcox of Bronx, New York, who passed away on Wednesday, December 29, 2010, in Bronx, New York, will be held Saturday, January 15, 2011, at 11 a. _m. at Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, Reverend Michael Bouie, Pastor with the Reverend Frank Williams, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was born to Mrs. Eula Clair and Mr. Raymond Madrey. in Tampa. As a member of a large and devout family,-she came to Christ at an early age. She was educated in the Hillsborough County Public Schools. Ms. Wilcox had been a resident of Bronx, New York for more than 47 years. Prior to retirement, Ms. Wilcox was a Dietary Aide at North Central Hospital in Bronx, NY. Ms. Wilcox was preceded in death by her parents. She leaves to mourn her transition: devoted cousin and caregiver, Ms. Elizabeth Baker _of New York; cousins Frances Baker, Olivb.t Shepherd, Patricia Bain and Conslee Standberry, all of Tampa; sisters, Mattie Sniith of Tampa, and Altamese Brown and husband, Walter of Roselle, NJ; devoted.cousinsConslee Ray and Debra Epps ofTampa; a host of cousins in Tampa, York and New Jersey; devoted friendS, Audrey Donley, George and Sandra Ford, Lenora Gre-. gory and Gary Cochern, all of New York, and Josephine Barton of Tampa; along with a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 5-9 p m., Friday, January 14, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at .approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" wwwwilson-funeralhome.com IN lOVING MEMORY DEACON LOUIS :ROBERSON 1-14-08 It's been three years, but it seems like yesterday. Not a day goes by that we don't think of you. You are dearly missed and will forever be in our hearts. Your family. ROBERT D. CLARK Funeral services for Robert D. Clark, who passed away on December 28, 2010 at Bayfront Medical Center after a brief illness were held Saturday, January o8, 2011 at TruVine Missionary Baptist Church, 1947 31st Street, Sarasota, FL 34234, Rev. Dr. Gregory E. Harris, Sr., Pastor. Robert DeWayne Clark was born September 12, 1947 in Gadsden, Alabama. Robert moved to Sarasota Fla. at an early age and was raised by his parents, Lee and Helen Clark and his beloved grandmother, late Nellie Prater Johnson, who affectionately nicknamed him "PeeWee". Robert accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior at an early age and was united with True Vine Missionary Baptist Church, Sarasota FL. Robert attended school in Sarasota County and graduated from Bo_oker High School Class of1965. Robert continued his education by attending Florida Agri_cultural University (FAMU), he wa$ a QJ.ember of Pre-Medicine, PreMed Club, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, BSU and the. Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA). Robert was a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. Robert graduated from FAMU in 1969 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in. Biology/Chemistry and pursued a M.D. degree at the University of Miami School of Medicine, Miami, FL. Robert worked as an Instructor/Teacher of Biology and Chemistry at Coral Gables Senior High School, Phlebotomist/Laboratory Technician/ Counselor Veterans Administration Hospital; Miami, FL, Territorial Sales Representative Pfizer Pharmaceutical Company, Richmond, VA., Property Claims Adj'i.tstor Allstate Insurance Company, Richmond, VA., and Health Care Management for BlueCross/Blue Shield of Virginia, Richmond, VA., Jacksonville, FL and Tampa; FL, Humana Health Plan, and Eckerd Drug Corporation, Tampa, FL. Robert loved to cook and had a passion for inusic. He was a gifted musician on piano, keyboard, organ and trumpet. Robert used his talent to minister the gospel through music and bless many as he played for numerous churches, organizations and events throughout Richmond, VA., Sarasota, Miami, Jacksonville and Tampa FL. Robert leaves to cherish fond memories: his wife, Char-. D. Land O'Lakes, FL.; two sons, Staff Sergeant (Army) Robert D. Clark II (Raneisha) Ft. Hood,. Texas, and Minister Brian Robert Hughes Clar.k (Shawntae) Tampa, FL.; daughter; Leigh Ivory Clark Paradise, Esq. (Marc), Bear, Delaware; his _parents, Lee and Helen Johnson Clark, Sarasota, FL.; oiie sister; NetaClark Houston (Jerome), Sarasota, FL.; five grandchildren; maternal aunt, Ruby J. Byrd, Bradenton, FL and_ a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. AYESHA ClEONNIA HARRISON ON HER 33RD BIRTHDAY, JANUARY 14, 1978 MRS. WILLIE MAE LEWIS-JACKSON Momma, 24 years have passed and you are still near and dear to our hearts. We all love and miss you dearly. Love: Tommy, Sr. and Helenenor Baker, Tommy, Jr., Tomika, Ebony, Di Mario, Johntavious, Zamar, Myracle and Ja'Varien. IN MEMORIAM MRS. BEATRICE LASING Sunri.se: 5/14/21 Sunset t/t8/to We miss you. Before you left us to be with the Lord, over the years we shared with you, your love, your faith and wisdom. God blessed you with what was more than an example for your children and others to have faith in God for a lifetime. By faith, you were the bet wife, mother, aurit, cousin and friend, we could ever have had, in doing thAt, your compassion you had for others forever fill our hearts. We all love you, but God loved you best. Your entire family (Lasings) Nelson and Stevens family. Today is Ayesha's birthday, celebrate her life with us, and remember the good times, don't be sad. Look up towards the sun and catch every ray .of light UJ>On your cheek, for. she is With us, in our hearts and minds. We think of the woman you would be right now, a mother, businesswoman or a wife. Only God knows the woman you would have become. But, in your absence, we are strengthened by the heartwarming memories of your smile, your laughter and the essence of your unique self. We are so grateful for all you gave to us. Missing you forever: father and mother, Archie and Gail Harrison; sisters, Ayanha; brothers, sister-inlaw, grandparents, and other family members IN MEMORIAM DANIEL BOYD DANIEL It's only been one month, but we miss you and love you dearly. From, your sister, nieces and nephew. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM Remembering this 48Y 6 years ago, you went on .to your eternal home. We wanted you to stay with us but God wanted you to rest. There is no error in God's plans. We miss you very much, and you will always be in our hearts. Happy birthday. Love you always. Your husband, Charlie Walden, Jr. and famANNETTE C. WALDEN t/14/41-t/2/os MEMORIES OF THE-SERVICE FADE OVER TIME, -BliT SPECIAL MOMENTS WfiH YOURLOVID ONE ARE CAPTURED FOREVER ON DVD. A reminisce .and celilm:ite a liVed. .. .. .. ,. .. .. ..... _.f:A 1\) 0 ..... ..... r-0 2:! c )> en m z -f z m r-m c: r r-!:!1 z "tJ c: m r-u; ::1: m c m < m :u < -f c: m en c :I> z c 2:! c


Memoriams/Cards of Thanks qo ,... >a: < :::> z < """) 1->a: w > w c w :X: en ::J m '::l a. z tij ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL IN MEMORY M:R.. CYRIL BLYfHE ANDREWS, JR. FEBRUARY 25, 1930 -JANUARY 12, 2010 Though we have sUrvived this first year since your departhere is a void that cannot be filled. And, although you're not here with us, your life is reflected in our lives, our hearts, and the impression you made in the lives of all those fortunate enough to have known you. Deeply missed and loved by: wife, Mrs. Gloria Andrews, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, brother, other family members and friends. IN MEMORIAM CHANTCEY WILLIAMS. 1/16/75-1/4/11 There was not a moment wasted between us. We learned gether what it meant to love and cherish every moment as if it was the last. You were special and because God loved you more, He called you in. I know your work is still not finished. Prayers to your mother, children and siblings. You will be missed. Love, Sherrica, Carliyah, <;arneil and Trina. HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY January 16th Gone, but not forgotten. Love, your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, daughters-in-law and sons-in-law. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CHARLIE GILMORE, JR. 01/14/47-11/05/10 This is your day. I cannot call you now and tell you that you and I are again the same age. A part of me is still adjusting to the fact that you are not here and you are truly missed. Love always, Yvonne and family. REST IN PEACE LOUIS JACKSON January 17, 1943-May19, 2010 Rest in peace and worry no more, for truly you. are missed and we'll always adore you. But your pain is all gone, so why should we moan? The Lord has called your sweet soul to rest in peace and come on home. We love you and miss you. Happy birthday! Peggy and the entire Jackson family. IN MEMORIAM REV. MOSES ANGLIN December 30, 1934 -January 15,2004 We miss you so much. Your wife, Gracie; children, Pam, Diana and Tony; and grandchildren, MaShonda, Antenea, Asia and Brandonn. IN lOVING MEMORY OF ELIZABETH SULLIVAN JAMES 'MOTHER' August 5, 1918 -January 8, 2001 We miss you. With lov-ing memories. Your children. WORDS OF GRATITUDE CEASAR MORGAN On behalf of the fantily of Ceasar Morgan, we extend to each of you, our heartfelt gratitude for your love, prayers and support during the passing of our precious loved one. May God richly bless eachofyou. The Morgan family. CARD OF THANKS PATRICIA LEWIS SMITH The f

Crime Man Charged With Murder Of Rivervi Woman WILLIAM HENRY SANDERS .. Arrested and charged with murder of Riverview woman The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office arrested a 27year-old man in connection with a murder that occurred nearly 10 years ago. The man was taken into custody on Wednesday. William Henry Sanders is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Sabrina Hayes, 25, of Riverview. According to police, on June 9, 2001, Hayes was driving her in the sub division at 82nd and Bahia Drive, in Progress Village, when she was shot in the upper body. Hayes continued to drive for 4 blocks, reaching the intersecStreet and Bahia Drive. At ... Killed in 2001 that intersection, Hayes got out of the vehicle and col lapsed on the street. She died at the scene Detectives reportedly learned that in 2001, Sanders was allegedly selling drugs in the Progress Village area and the victim was "known to frequent the area for the purpose of purchasing illegal drugs. It is believed that the homicide was over a drug transaction," police said in a news release. After several years of investi. ga:ting and conducting interviews in the area, police identi fied Sanders as the alleged shooter. Detectives obtained a warrant for his arrest and took him into custody on Tuesday. Two Sentenced In -o,u Fighting Case CELENA BRANTLEY Sentenced to a .Year in jail Last Friday, Hillsborough County Judge William Fuente sentenced a Tampa couple to jail time in a highly publicized dog fighting case. They were convicted in separate trials. Maurice Bayless, 49, was sentenced to 30 months in prison and 30 months of pro. bation. At the time of his arre st, Bayless was charged w1th 13 crimes pertaining to the illegal sport of dog fightJog The charges ranged from owning equipment for animal fighting to actually promoting the fights He was also charged with possession of drugs. :. Last month, Bayless was convicted of 1 count Of possessiori. of a controlled substance, 1 count of promoting animal fighting. He was also found gpilzy of 1 misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana. _Judge Fuente sentenced Ms Celena Brantley, 36; to .. one year in jail and four years of-probation. Convicted in ... Sentenced to 30 months in prison 2009, she is reportedly the first woman in the United States convicted of dog fight. ing. Brantley was charged as a co-defendant three days after Bayless was arrested and faced 14 criminal charges. On April i, 2op8, police arrested Bayless at his South Tampa home. They responded to the residence after receiving numerous complaints from neighbors pertaining to dog fighting. The pit bull dogs were allegedly found tethered on ch;pns, infested with parasites, and flea bitten. Officials also confiscated weighted collars, medical equipment fo treat injured dogs, equipment to build mus cle in the dogs, and records, books, and other paraphernalia. Eight of the puppies were confiscated and adopted out. The ten adult dogs were eutha nized. Surveillance photo of 7-11 robber. 'The Hillsborough County Sheriffis Office has released a surveillance photo of a man suspected of robbing a 7-11 Store early Monday morning. Deputies report that at 3:35 a. m., a man entered the 7-11 Store at 8oo2 56th Street, armed with a knife. He reportedly demanded and received 10 cartons of Newport cigarettes, scratch off lottery tickets and cash. He fled the scene on foot. The is described as a Black male, 18 to 22 years old, 6 feet to 6'3" tall, and weighing 180 pounds. Armed Suspect Robs Familv Dollar Store Surveillance photo of sus. pect in Family Dollar robbecy. Hillsborough County sheriffs deputies report th!lt-on Sunday night, the Family Dollar Store, 7511 56th Street, was robbed by an armed sus pect Deputies said the suspect entered the store armed with a handgun and demanded he clerk open two cash registers and put the money in a plastic bag. After getting the the suspect fled out the front door. Deputies believe he fled in a vehicle describe<} as a sil ver 4-door sedan, possibly a Ford Taurus, 2002 to 2005 modeL The suspect is described as a Black male, 25 to 30 years old, 5'6" to 6 feet tall, and weighing 165 to 175 pounds. ., :!! c One Man Sentenced, One Man Indicted In 2008Murder c.. l> z c:: l> JJ -< ...... JAQUAY BURR .. Indicted on murder charge Last month, a Hillsborough County Grand Jury indicted a Tampa man on a first. degree murder charge. The charge is the result of a rob bery-turned-murder in 2008. Police arrested 20-year-old Jaquay Tramaine Burr on April 29, 2010, on several charges including trafficking in illegal drugs, felon in pos-: session of a firear m, driVing with license revoked, habitu al offender, leaVing the scene of a crash with injuty, pos session of cannabis, fleeing and attempting to elude police. He was indicted on the first-degree murder and rob. bery charges on December 29,2010. Mark Cox, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said the must go before the Grand Jury on a first-degree murder charge. "We felt we could charge Mr. Burr, based on the eVidence in the case." Cox stated he could not comment further on a pend ing case. According to a Tampa Police news release, on June 23, 2008, 41-year-old Gustavo. Adolfo Villanueva' was at a party in the 900 blocl< of 2oth. Avenue. He had been drink-ARON McQUEEN .. Sentenced to 20 Years for 2nd degree murder ing and reportedly called a friend to drive him home. Police said Villanueva was approached by 4 young Black men in their late teens ., and early 20s. Two of the rmen had low haircuts and one has shoulder-length dreads. They were reportedly riding in a maroon or burgundy Toyota Corolla. tn m Z -4 The suspects ailegedly approached Villanueva as he was leaving the party, robbed arid fatally wounded him. The suspects fled _the scene : Police arrested 23-year-old z m. r-. Aron Rashard ., on June 25, 2oo8. He was C:: charged with several offenses including robbery with a cn firearm, felon in possession ffi of a firearm, aggravated bat: C tery with a deadly weapbn, and secon d degree murder. m McQueen was indicted on. July 17, 2008. 2 In January 201o,'pe was m sentenced to 20 years in prison. McQuee-n was released from the l> Hillsborough CountY Jail.to Z the Fio .rida State Prison pn. 0 December 22, Ms. Janelle McOtegor, spokesperson for Police Department, said the case is an ongoing UNCLE SANDY .. Donit be afraid to 6, 9, 10, 11 speak out on issues 14, 19, 22, 25 you feel are unjust 29, 33' 38, 40 take away your basic freedoms 41, 44, 49, 52. ''CALL Rl -''ASK -RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY [ ---------------1 (813) 892-8193 i --------------_ _j Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 H FREE Consultation RICKY E.


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'A Celebration Of leadership' Hon Attv. carolvn House Stewan One of the most talked about events in 2010, was the election of Attorney Carolyn House Stewart as the 28th International President of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. There were several events around the country to recog nize her accomplishments, including one in Tampa. The Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (Tampa) hosted a reception to honor Attorney House Stewart at the Tampa Marriott Hotel and Marina. Music for the event was provided by City Groove and Maurice Jackson, who did a musical tribute. Barbara J. Ragin of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter was Mistress of Ceremonies. Also on the program were Reverend Michael Bouie, pastor, Allen Temple AME Church; Dianna Allen-Quin, President, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter; Marsha Lewis Brown, 17th South Atlantic Regional Director, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc.; greetings from Shirley City Clerk, City of Tampa; Thomas Scott, Chairman, Tampa City Council; Renee Lee, Esquire, County Attorney, Hillsborough County; and Henry G. Gyden, Esquire; President, George Edgecomb Bar Association. Final remarks by Atty. House Stewart. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Attorney Delano Stewart, lnternational.President, Attorney Carolyn House Stewart and Delsha Stewart. Lucille and Harry Morris, Ruby Brown; back, Essie Mobley and Michelle Andrews. International President Attorney Carolyn House Stewart, Rev. and Mrs. Michael Bouie and Attorney Delano Stewart. Seated, former International Presidents, Mattelia Grays, Faye Bryant, Eva Evans, Norma White and Barbara McKinzie. Standing, International President Carolyn House Stewart. Barbara Ragin, Mistress of Ceremonies. Evelyn McFadden and Dianna Allen-Quin, President, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter. U. S. Judge Mary Scrivens. Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Shirley F o xx ) Knowles. Attorney Henry Gyden, President of George Edgecomb Bar Association, Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee and City Councilchair Thomas Scott. Councilwoman Gwen Miller,_ County Commissioner Les Miller and Dora Brown. Dr. and Mrs. James Brookins, Attorney Arthenia Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee. Donna Cason, Che1yl Washington, Patricia Cooper and Fontaine Marion.



All About You Happy Birthday DELLA MELVIN January 17th From, your family. We love you! ANNAL. BRYANT Look who turned 6o on January 3, 2011. 'TEESTREETZ' Happy birthday to my husband 'Teestreetz,' who the man upstairs blessed to see 25 years on His earth. Love, your wife, Deria. H8PPV.1SI BinhdavTo Mommy wishes you a happy birthday and plenty more. Love you. a.k.a. ABI Happy 1st birthday to you. Abi, you are the star of our lives. We love you Family and friends. From, Grandmom and his son and family. We wish you many more. Happv Binhdav THERESA HENRY January3 Thank you all for being a part of my birthday celebra tion, An Evening With The Stars. Truly, you are all stars in my book. Lastyear I was tall5ing to my Aunt Jannie about me turning fifty. By the way, she looks good for her age, 70 plus. I always said to people like that!, I'm trying to keep up with the you already blazed. She said, 'Theresa, fifty was fabulous,' so that's what I'm calling it, the Fabulous Fifties. I've reflected on this mile marker, and seen myself like an onion. When I go to use it I never keep the outer layer which seems to me to be dry. It did serve a purpose, it keeps the smell and mois ture in. Life is like that, too. When that chapter in our life is done, a separation takes place and the neXt new you is coming forth bringing favor to where you are going. One thing about handling an onion, it can make you tear up because the property in It affects your eyes. I want the spirit of God in me to always have an effect on the people that are placed in my path. Love you all. Lady T Happy Birthday! BLAKE, JET SET HUDSON And ANDERS Jet Set Hudson will be celebrating his birthday January 18. Pray you have many more. Congratulations in the new upcoming TV Comedy Movie, Workahoilic. f! See you soon. Love, the Hudson Family. 0 :::0 Happy Holidays And Thanks IRADEAN BIGGS We, the family of Iradean Biggs wish to thank each and everyone singularly and collectively for the concern, care, love and last but not least, the prayers that you offered for Iradean and her family during her illness. There are no adjectives to descpbe or description that would come to mind that would validate how much gratitude we feel for the love you have showered on my mother, our sister, our grandmother and our aunt. You were constant witli your con cern, diligent with your deeds of kindness and your prayers. We thank you. We are blessed to be able to report that our loved one is home and recuperating splendidly. We are blessed. She is sur rounded by the things she enjoys and happy to be with the' friends she loves and who love her dearly. At the expense of exhibiting ingratitude, there is one more blessing I wish to ask. And that blessing is if at any time misfortune should knock at the door of anyone, may they be enveloped with the same concern, care and love that was extended to my mother, our sister, our grandmother and our aunt. Please allow us in our most humble way to say thank you again. We cannot say it enough. 11 With much love and thanks, Iradean Biggs' family.


N Readers Keep Messau.n:tH r. King Alive Through Activities races f'hkioi\hoor BY IRIS B. HOLTON z Sentinel City Editor <( ..., HECE\JteBne his day in >=' On Monday, January <( 17th, the country will cele-9 brate the birthday of Rev. fE Dr. Martin Luther King, JAN 0 a: I.L 0 z <( 0 en W t-[i: w > w 0 W l: en ::i m ll. z i= w ...I ...I m ...I w z i= z w en <( 0 a: 0 ...I I.L in order for they Dr. King and to continue Jr., as a national holiday. The theme for the event is, "It is a national holiday and the motto is, 'A Day On, Not said:""--..,. .. wflrlr'ln!7 towards their own "It is also a day of remempersonal vision and his." A Day Off.' Some readers share the manner in which they keep his memory alive by answering the question, "How do you observe the holiday?" Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr., said, "I will commence the day with the TOBA Breakfast as guest of Congresswoman Kathy Castor. Following, I may peep in on the parade. At 4:30 p.m., I will be on program for the MLK Interfaith Service, where I will present the Robert Saunders Award to a real freedom fighter! Indeed, it is not a day off: .. it's always a day on for me." brance and celebration! Our communities have forgotten our history and the sacrifices made by Dr. King. We must continue to pray and hold fast to that which is dear, which is the hope of future generations." Ross Anderson said, "I take this day to reflect on what I've done the previous year to carry on Dr. King's dream. It's important that we look at our lives and thank God for giving Dr. King the vision to see all races, creeds, and color working, walking and living hand in hand. We must all do more to bring all BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. -Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Marvin Knight said, "I feel that Dr. King's vision in life made him one of the greatest heroes ever. I live his example each and every day. On this day, I don't work or open my business. I spend time with my family and friends and reflect on his dream. I also try to encour age others as well. We're making strides to come to gether as one country. But we must reach out in our lives to teach them and that will spread to other lives." Ms. Bernadine WhiteKing said, "The ultimate sacrifice Dr. Martin L. St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 "BuildingOnA Firm Foundation" Sunday School-9'.30 A.M. -Sunday Morning Worship -10:55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 RM. Transportation Services Available UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worshi p A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED King, Jr., paid serves as a daily reminder to honor his legacy. As in prior years, I will spend the day with fam ily and friends honoring this American hero by attending events in the community. Even before the national hoi. iday was established, I never worked on his birthday.'' "I will be in MLK parade in Tampa in my 1931 Ford Model A with the old school car club. I love to give back to the community and show lit tle kids that if you do the right thing, you can have anything you want. I partici pate in the Parade every year.'' Donald Dowridge said, "It is very important as we once again are blessed to see and celebrate another birth holiday of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. The day is planned to acknowledge what Dr. King would want us to do and that is to con tinue working to bring the NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early Morning W

22 Should've Listened To God As you have lived your life have you ever said the words, "I should have lis tened?" Some times we are warned and foretold of some of the things that have happened in our lives. Life could have been a little easier if, one, we had listened. Imagine how your spiritual life would be if only you had listened. This is a theme in this week s lesson in Isaiah 48:12-22. God is speaking to the children of Israel and giving them a word of reassurance. In verses one through twelve of this chapter God lets them know that He foretold them of all things that would happen. God told them because He knew how stubborn they were and He didnit want them to think that their deliverance or blessing was through their idol gods. God told Israel that if they did not repent of their sins that He would allow them to be taken captive in Babylon. Even in His punishing, He still promised to deliver them. God does not forget about His people and in the full ness of time we will do what He promised them He would do. God comes and calls Israel to Him. When He calls them He identifies Himself as the First and the Last (vs. Jill!> MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U. ) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR c T. KIRKLAND p t as or TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org 12). When God calls you He lets you know who is calling you. God reminds them that the person calling them is the one who created the heavens and the earth (vs. 13). Perhaps God knew that if He did not identify Himself the people might not respond. Maybe He identifies Himself to let the people know who it is because of the situation they are in. Regardless of where you are in iife and no matter what you are going through, God will identify Himself to you so that you will know who is calling you. Listen to the power of His summons. He says that GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! "Virtuous Women Embracing God's Love" Prnvt rh, 11:10 2011 Women's Conferente March 18-19-2011 First Baptist Church of Progress Village (813).677-1948 Lauren Dungy, Vanessa Hall & Judy Reamer Online Registration Fee: $85; T-Shirt $10 Deadline for registering, February 14 2011 Register at: www.fbcopv.com. and respond. Humanity listens, but sometimes to the wrong voice an d words Some peo ple listen to the wrong voices and gods God in verse 14 asks the question "Who has declared these things?" God wants to know who has told of the things that will happen in your life. Who has forewarned you or spoken a blessing in your life? The answer is no one. God has chosen whom He will use to deliver Israel from the bondage of the Babylonians. This is who is referenced in verse 14; "The Lord hath loved Him. It does not suggest that God is loving one pagan worshipper over another. It just implies that this king is the king God has chosen to deliver His people." A lesson to be learned here is that God chooses whomever He wants to accomplish His will. God is sovereign HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN; Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7 :45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. and if you list e n to Him He will let you know that H e has :i;: alread y worke d out your Z d eliverance. God says that what H e h as spoken was not spoken in ...... secret. H e has b ee n truthful a nd hon es t from th e begin-nin g of tim e (vs. 16). The Lord will t eac h you how to profit and show yo u the direction you should go (vs. 17). He summarizes the impo r tance of listening to Him by letting the people know that if they listened to Him, they would have peace like a river, rigpteousness as the waves of the sea, their seed would have been as the sand and He would not have been cut off (vs. 19). If you listen to God, you will have a peace in life and righteousness will continue to roll into your life. God will teach you and show you how to be blessed; all you have to do is listen to Him. If you don't listen for you, 6 listen for your children and )> grandchildren. They can benefit from you listening to God. Try to avoid having to say, "I Should've Listened." New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotisassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 986-3971 610-1252 Weekly Services : Sunday School 9 :30A. M Sun Morning Worship*11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers" I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me." -Phil. 4:13 m c m < m -4 c m (J) c )> z c 22 c ST. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7:45 A M Sunday School 9 :30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wed 7 : 30 8 : 30 p m Pra i se & Worship Serv i ce Wed 8 :30 9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 -8 : 30 p .m. Saturday Prayer Servi ce & Bible Study 10a. m Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p.m Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 1 1 p m REV., W. 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,... ,... FYI .. thony and Thomas families MHS Class Of 1958 ,... in Wint e r Haven. > a: -"' fE Belated Birthday Wish Sorry we missed your special day. Happy belated birthday wishes are sent to Peggy Hickman and Sherry Sills. Celebrants Joyous wishes to all the January birthday celebrants: Raymond Anderson, Fredrick Jordan, Clara E. Boyd (Mem.); Charles Israel "Chuck" Jeffrey, Antonio David Simon, Dontez Hardy, Cedric Council, Steven Gress, Barbara Wynn, Jeff Maloney, Kolbe Reeves, Jr., Candaice Abrams, Walter Thomas, Archie Hayes, Elizabeth McQuay, Twiman (Scooter) Roberts, Deacon Herbert Sweet, Abner c Ford, Tony Parker, Esther 0: Badger, Nadia Marie Keel, LL Isaiah Rogers and Lorraine Williams. w c w l: en :J m ::J a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL. m I co w C!J Smith, may you continue to have many more birthdays Happy birthday goes out to Mrs. Eloise Wilcox in War renville Heights Ohio You are wished many, many more. Happy Anniversary Happy anniversary to Rev. and Mrs. Michael B. Price, Pastor of St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church, celebrating another blessed year together. We wish you many more wonderful years. Congrafulations! Congratulations are in order for Progress Village's own, Charles Walton, who just fin. ished two books, "What A Brotfzer Won't Do," and "The Ugly Girl." For more information, con-Ins following daily prayers : Mr. and Mrs. Shedrick, Dukes, Iradean Biggs, Archia Mae Wright, Thelma Singleton, Homer Hemmingway, Willie Mae Wright, Vernelda Filer Jones, Cora Williams, Geneva Lucas. Marjorie Guest, Johnnye Lou Haley, Betty Y. Beal, Betty King, Eddie Hill, Lucille Moore, Nettie Dennis and Annie Davis. Deepest Sympathy Our condolences to the fol lowing families in the passing of their loved ones: Barnes, Russell and Young. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of be reavement. Prayer Requests Unspoken prayer requests go out for the following families: Washington, Williams, An-9 : THE:PUBUCIS INVITED: I WArtnA!':riAV EiJble Classes:; ; ,P,M. S$! ... ;.::10:'c1.2 'N.ri All: m lltvitedl, Civic Council Meeting Th e re will be a Civic Counc i l Meeting on the third Monda y at 7p.m. St. James AME Church Of Progress Village News The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets each Thursday morning at 10:30 a. m. This is a group of God's children gathered to gether on one accord to learn the Word of the Father Every one is invited to come and share. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away do nated clothing, toys and house hold items at 8616 Progress Blvd (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd ). Let's keep praying for each other and for our incarcerated loved ones. Call your news into Gloria McNair at 12(813) 928-5293. The Middleton High School Class of 1958 will me e t Friday, January 14, 2011, 5 :30p.m. at the Police District 3 office, 3808 N 22 nd St Items on the agenda include te e -shirts and the 2011 Class Reunion slated for July 1-3. Fannie Keith and Inez Patterson are co-chairpersons The next meeting is slated for January 28 2011. John Shipp is presidenti and Rose Pearl Gambrel Jones, reporter. First Kina aav Expo And F .esUVal Set For Januarv 11 The East Tampa Business and Civic Association will coor dinate its First Annual Martin Luther King Day Expo and Fes tival on Monday, January 17. The event will take place at the Heart of East Tampa, 2101 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., from 10 a.m. until5 p.m. The Heart of East Tampa is the field adjacent to the Bel. mont Heights Little League Field, between 215 1 and 22nd Streets. Its purpose is to show case business and community services available in the East Tampa community. SlnlllaY-.. . ... ,, llriiDI Wlrsblpw ...... .11 s,nf TU1siiav I P.JD biV,Tuis-. e:ae pm; : .... ii'J. r. ..... ... ,., .. 1 :pa,. I Dlnlmu! 'tis: At:


Lo c a Tampa Alumni Cha Kappa Alpha Psi Fratern Centennial Celebration Among those in attendance, left to right, were: Attorney Clinton Paris, Henry Bell, Albert Coleman, Chad Caldwell, Dr. Kevin Sneed, Vice Polemarch; Capt. Allen Thompson, Rev. Xavier Johnson, Adrian Anthony, Edwin Narain, Julian Henderson, Jerald McCants, Lesley Miller, Winston London, and Jeff Randall. Seated: Paul Jackson, Harry T. Morris, Polemarch Cedric McCray, Junior Grand Vice Polemarch, Jeremy Burns and Terrell Wallace. On January 5, 2011 members of the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. gathered at the Tampa Diamond House to celebrate the fraternity's 1ooth anniversary of its found ing. Over So members were present throughout the evening as they reflected omoo years of honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor. The fraternity was founded in Bloomington, Indiana by ten founders who fought against seg regation and racial injustice. Led by Elder Watson Diggs, the fraternity grew to have over 150,000 members worldwide. Kappas nationwide are preparing to attend the Grand Conclave meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana this July to celebrate. Many of Tampa's members comprise some of the Bay area's best and brightest African American leaders The Tampa Alumni Chapter is the oldest Black Greek letter organization in Tampa at 82 years old and is the reigning Southern Province Chapter of the Year. Pre-Anniversary Ba Aaron Burney/GW Mitchel Fellowship Center 1732 West Spruce St. Tampa, FL 33607 january I 5, 20 I I Saturday 5:00 P. M. Adults $25 Children $10 REV. JIMMY L. DOWNING Greater New Jerusalem M. B. Church Lakeland, Florida January 16, 20 I I Sunday 3:00 P. M. Chairperson: Sis Marniacia Young General Chairperson: Deacon Author Tolber Co-Chairperson: Bro Charlie Toll iver Sis. Barbara Wimbley Wright For Information, Contact Committee PR Chair: Debra Hepburn Taylor (813) 253-5714 Presented By The Church Magazine ... That's On-Que! For You! Mother's Board January 14, 2011 7:00P.M. ELDER CHARLES Pastor NEW TESTAMENT M. B. CHURCH OF THONOTOSASSA, INC. 11530 WALKER ROAD THONOTOSASSA, FL 33592 ANNIVERSARY ELEBRATION OF PASTOR JOHN & FIRST LADY CARRIE ANDERSON THEME: "Shepherd The Flock Of God" I PETER 5:2-4 IANUARY 13. 20 I I first Lady's Night 7 p. m. First Missioary Bpatist Church of Seffner-REV. NATHANIEL LOVE JANUARY 14.2011 7 p.m ... Family and Friends Night IANUARY 16, 20 II I I a.m. Rev. Cornelius Murvin 3:30 p. m.-Grace Mary M. B. Church ELDER THOMAS REED 1\) 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 :lJ c )> en m z ::f z m r-aJ c:: rrm ::f z "tt c:: aJ l en ::J: m c m < m :lJ -< -1 c:: m en c )> z c ., :lJ c


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Local -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c Funk Fest Promoters Apologize For Last Year's Contusion Dear Funk Fest supporters, Words cannot express how truly sorry we are for the inconvenience experienced at Funk Fest 2010. increasing the water tents throughout the park. Water will be accessible outside the gates at the venue All tickets will be mailed with delivery confirmation A 24-hour hotline Will be provided for customers who purchase tickets online Shuttle service will be provided from parking garages before and after the event Sound systems and speakers will be set up throughout the park Funk Fest 2011 will be held in April, providing on average, cooler temperatures Our mission is to continue to bring generations together to celebrate our culture, our history and our music. You deserve our best. Local Entrepreneur Joins R&B Star, Joe BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Leonard Boone and his two companies, Money Matters and LCA Productions, have be.en making strides in the area in an effort to create a base for serious local artists. For the past three years, Boone has been in contact with R&B star Joe, and together, they've been busy with several projects. Leonard Boone and recording artist, Joe. themselv:es battling their own problems, and it didn't happen. The movie project is still on the table, but it will be with different people." "I feel working with serious artists like Joe will avail me c.. > z c: > :0 < We are committed to continue bringing Funk Fest to the St. Pete /Tampa Bay area and have taken corrective steps to regain your confidence in us. The following has been implemented to guarantee that the mistakes that occurred last year will not happen again: We have increased the number of Food and Beverage vendors in order to better service the crowd. This also includes substantially Restroom service throughout the park will be increased. This includes separate restroom areas for VIP and Preferred seating areas. A separate entrance will be provided for VIP ticket holders Nothing is more important to us than regaining your trust. We look forward to seeing you in the spring. "I'm going to be editing his videos, and working with him in 2011 on a lot of things. I want to put everyone on notice that 2011 is going to be a breakout year, and I appreciate Joe for giv ing me this opportunity." Boone said three years ago, he managed to get a lot of the local artists together for a movie, but the project fell through. an opportunity to do more with others. I'm only inter ested in working with people ;:!! who are serious about their 0 Jumbotrons will be set-up throughout the park Sincerely, Variety Entertainment, Inc. "Some of the artists found careers." Boone said he's happy to announce he'll be returning to college to seek a master's degree in music art. :!! tn m z ::t z m r m -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c We are currently hiring for the following positions: o Certified Science Instructors o Science and Math Tutors o Technologically Savvy Lab Assistants The STEM 360 Program will serve students enrolled at Memorial Middle School, Van Buren Middle School, and Young Middle Magnet School. If you are interested in any of the positions above; please send a cover letter (list site and position of interest), resume, and references tQ the following: Mrs. Mapa II Tribling, mtribling@coinputermentors.org; Van Buren, Ms. rwanda Bradley, tbradley@computermentors.org; and Young, Dr. Alicia Francis, afrancis@computermentors.org. If other assistance or information is needed, please contact Dr. Roslyn Wilson, Program Director at rwilson@computermentors.org. The Computer Mentors Group, Inc. is in partnership with Hillsborough County Public Schools to provide this after-school tutoring and mentoring program at the three school sites mentioned above. The STEM 360 Program is made possible by a grant funded through the Florida Department of Education. r r z -a c: llJ r u; ::::t m c m < m -f c: m tn c > Z c ;g C) m CD I m


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Nationa Where Did All The Haiti Relief Monev Go; In this Jan. 17, 2010 file photo, people walk doWn a street amid earthquake rubble in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The amount of money raised for the Haiti earthquake relief was a stagger ingly high $1.4 billion in less than a month in the United States alone. Everyone from celebrities to regular people held telethons, bake sales and dinner parties whose pro-ceeds went to help Haiti earthquake victims. A year later, people who opened their purse string so generously are asking where the money went and how well was it spent. According to a survey by the Chronicle of-Philanthropy of 60 major relief organizations, only 38 percent of that money has been spent to provide recovery and rebuilding aid. In New Orleans about 8o per cent of the money raised for Hurricane Katrina victims has been spent. Gruesome Details Emerge In Vegas Dancer's Death ... DEBORAH FLORESNARY AEZ Was Killed By JASON GRIFFITH _LAS VEGAS The former boyfriend of a slain Las Vegas burlesque dancer is accused of choking her, chopping off her legs, then encasing her naked body in concrete, according to an arrest report released Monday. Jason Griffith, 32, told police he killed Deborah Flores-Narvaez, 31, in the heat of the moment after an argument at his home Dec 12. He was arrested Friday after police found her body in a downtown Las Vegas home. Griffith was due in court Wednesday to face a murder charge. Griffith told police she attacked him and forced him to do what he did, but refused to provide an offi cial statement without his lawyer present. Flores-Narvaez was reported missing Dec. 14 after she _didn't show up for a rehearsal at the burlesque show "Fantasy" at the Luxor hotel-casino, where she had worked for a year. Her roommate and co-worker told police FloresNarvaez never missed rehearsals or performances without giving notice. The gruesome details of her alleged murder follow her family's month-long search for her in Las Vegas. Flores-Narvaez told friends she was going over to Griffith's house on Dec. 12 to watch "Dexter," a cable show about a serial killer. Parents Shooting SUSIIICii imore OHicer Was Bv Fellow OHicers -Baltimore fellow officers shots that killed othes officer during a r--t----ft11eJee outside a nightclub. JARED LOUGHNER TUCSON, Ariz. The pa rents of a man charged with trying to assassinate an Arizona congresswoman are devastated and guilt-ridden, a neighbor said, mourning their own tragedy as Tucson residents prepare Tuesday for a week of funerals and a visit from the president. Jared Loughner's mother has been in bed, crying nonstop since Saturday, neighbor Wayne Smith, 70, said. Amy and Randy Loughner want to know where they went wrong with their 22-year-old son, who is charged with trying to kill U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and killing a fed eral judge. "I told them they didn't fail. They taught him everything about right and wrong," Smith said. "We all know you can teach someone everything and have rw control how it works out." A 22-year-old civilian was also killed in th e early Sunday morning shooting. Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefield III said on Monday that no civilians fired any shots. Officer William Torbit Jr. was on duty in plainclothes when he responded to a report of trouble at the club. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi says Torbit was trying to break up a fight when he was attacked and pulled out his weapon to defend himself. At some point after that, officers opened fire, killing OFFICER-WILLIAM TORBITJR. the officer. Police say Torbit was wearing his badge but there were no other indica tors he was police. The officers who fired iue on administrative leave. Deputies Arrest OHicer In Husband's Shooting The California Highway Patrol officer who said she shot and killed her husband in self-defense in 2009 has been reportedly arrested. The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that 31-year-old Tomiekia Johnson was charged with the killing of her husband. Johnson called authorities at 11:07 p.m. on Feb. 21, 2009, and said she'd shot her husband, Marcus Lemons, iafter he became "verbally and physically combative," said sheriffs Deputy Rick Pedroza shortly after the 2009 incident. Johnson claimed selfdefense. But family members arid friends of Lemons said they do not believe he was an abu sive person. A brother, who did not want to be named, said Lemons "would never TOMIEKIA JOHNSON And MARCUS LEMONS do something like that." Lemons worked as a bar ber. "It's hard for me to believe it at all," said owner Randy -Brown. "He was like a brother to me. He never would've done this. I've seen _him get upset over little things here and never lashes out. He could never do that to his Wife." 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Unles s s u c h c ert i fic a t e s h a ll b e r e d ee m e d acc ording to law, the property d esc rib e d i n s u c h c ertifi ca t e s h a ll b e sold to the hig hest b i dde r a t the Jur y Aud i to rium 2nd Flo or G eo r ge E Edgeco mb Co u rt h ouse, 80 0 East Twiggs S tr ee t Tampa, FL 33602 on the 24th day o f February, 2011, at 10:00 A M. (NOTICE : Ple ase call ( 813 ) 276-8100 ext. 4 80 9 t o v eri fy sal e l oca tion). D ate d this 7th d a y o f Januarv 201 0 PAT FRAN K Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a .person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276 -81 oo eX1enslon 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the servi ce is needed ; I f you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERV I CES LLC #1305 the holder of the f ollowing certif ica t e has filed s aid c ert ifica t e for a tax de e d t o be issued the r eo n The certificat e numb e r and year of issu a nce, t h e d esc ription of the pr o p e rty, and t h e na mes in whic h it was asse sse d are a s foll ows: Foli o No.: 183036.0000 C ertificat e No. : 178747-08 Fil e No.: 2011-144 Year of I ss u ance: 2008 Descr iption of Prqperty : FARN SWORTH ADDITION TO OAK VILLA C ORRECTED MAP W 7 FT OF LOT 2 AND LOT 3 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 04/ 34 SEC TWP RGE : 1229 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s ) in w hich a ss e sse d : W BART MEACHAM STEPHANIE NGOYEN MEACHAM S aid propert y bein g in the C ou n ty o f Hills b o rough, S t a t e of Flori da. Unl ess s uch ce rtif ica t e s h a ll b e red ee med acco r ding t o law, the pr operty d esc rib ed in s u c h cer tifi ca t e s h a ll be sold t o the hig hest bid d e r a t t h e J ury Audit ori um 2nd Floo r G eor g e E. Edgecomb Co urth o use, 8 00 East T w i g g s Stree t T a m pa, FL 33602 o n the 211h day of February, 2011, at 10 : 00 A M ( N OTICE: Please call (813) 276-8 1 00 ext. 4809 t o verify sale l ocation). D a t ed this Z!h day of January 201 0. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circu i t Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d isability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276 8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder o f the follo wing c ertific a t e has tile d said c e rtific a t e f o r a ta x deed t o b e issued ther eo n The cer tificat e numb e r a n d yea r o f issuance, the d esc r ip tion o f t h e p r o p erty, and the names in whic h it w a s ass essed are as follows: F o lio No.: 179482 0000 C ertifica t e No.: 178374-08 File No.: 2011-146 Year o f Issu a n ce: 2008 Description of Property: MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDI T IONS TO WEST TAMPA L O T 13 BLOCK 42 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 03 / 30 SECTWPRGE : 15 -2918 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name (s) in whic h a ssesse d : LETICIA R. VILLAGOMEZ S aid prop e rty b e ing in the County o f H ills b o r o u g h S t a t e o f Flor i da. U nless s uch cert i f ica t e shall be redee med accor ding t o law, t h e prop erty d escribed in s u c h ce r t if ica t e s h a ll b e sold t o the h i ghest bidde r a t the Jury Audi t o r ium 2nd Floor George E E;dgecomb Co ur t h o use, 800 East T w i ggs S treet. T ampa, FL 33602 o n the 211h day of Feb ruary, 2011, at 10 : 00 A M (NO TICE: P lease call (81 3 ) 276 8100 ext. 4809 t o ver i f y sal e l ocat i o n ) D ated this 7th day o f January 201 0 PAT FRA N K Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D M ERR ITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to partici pate in this proceeding you are ent itled at no cost to you to the provis ion of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the servi ce is needed; if you are hearing or voice impaired call 711. II EMPLOYMENT Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Two Hair Stylists Needed For The Nail Gallery 322 W. Hillsborough Ave. Booth Rental Preferred Contact Dallas (813) 493-0099 ...... F FC> ""T ... E::. F'L..C> E::. ...... ""T I ...... E::. L.. E::. 717 Parking FT & PT Car Preps Porters, Lot Attendants Shifts Between 6:00 a.m.-12:00 a m Monday Sunday $7.25-$8 00 Hourly Call 813-223-1763 Extension 2150 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the hold e r o f the f ollowin g certificate has fil ed s aid certif ica t e for a l ax deed to be i ssued ther eon. The certifi c at e numb e r and year o f is sua nce, the de sc ription of the pr o perty and the n a mes in whi c h it was assesse d ar e a s f ollows: F olio No. : 181938.0000 Ce rtificate No.: 178586-08 File No.: 2011147 Year o f Issu a n ce: 2008 Description of Property : SUBURB ROYAL LOT 8 BLOC K 2 1 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 14 /11 SEC TWP-RGE: 11-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nam e (s) in which ass essed: ECTOR MARK HAMPTON Sai d pr o pertY b e ing in the C o u n ty of Hill sbo rough Sl a t e o f Florida. Unless s u c h ce r tificate s hall b e redee med a ccording t o law, the p r o p e rty d esc r i b e d in s u c h ce rtificate s h all b e sold to the h ighest bidde r a t the Jur y Auditori um, 2 n d F loo r Geor g e E. E dgeco m b Cou rthouse, 800 East Twiggs S t reet, T a mpa, FL 336 02 o n the 24th day of February 2011, a t 10:00 A M (NOTIC E : P lease call (813) 276-8 1 00 ext. 4809 to verify sal e location). D a t e d this 7th day o f January 2010 P A T FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Cou r t Hillsborough County, Florida B y : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you ar. e a person with a disab ility who needs any accommodation I n order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you to the provis ion of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 eX1ension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing or vo i ce impa i red call 711. Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN, tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 t h e holder of the f o llowing c ertif i cate has fil e d said c e rtifi c at e f o r a t ax deed to be issu e d thereon The cer tific a t e num ber and y e a r o f iss uanc e the d esc ription o f the pr o p e rty and the n a m e s in whi c h it was a ssesse d ar e a s follows: Folio No.: 179660 0100 C er tificat e No.: 178398 08 File No.: 2011-145 Year o f I ss uan ce: 2008 Description of Property : MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 1 5 BLOCK 5 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 03 / 30 SEC TWP-RGE : 14 -2 9 18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : EST OF RUBY LEE WILLIAMS JESSIE MAE JONES AVIS WILLIAMS BERNARD ANDREWS EVELYN ROANE WILLIE M WIGGINS GLORIYA JEANNE ANDREWS HARRY ANDREWS S aid p r ope r ty bein g in the C o u nty o f Hillsborough St a t e of Flo rid a Unless s u c h ce rtif ica t e shall b e red ee med according t o law, t h e pr o p e r ty des crib e d in s uch certif i c a t e s hall b e sold t o the highe s t bidd e r at t he Jury Audit oriu m 2nd Floo r G eorge E. Edgeco mb Co urth o use, 800 E ast Twiggs Street Tampa FL 336 0 2 o n t h e 211h day cit Februarv 2011, a t 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : P leas e call ( 8 13) 2 7 6 8 1 00 ext 4809 t o v er ify s a l e locatio n). D a ted this Z!h day of January 2010 PAT FRA NK Clerk OfThe Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAURE N D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person w i th 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 ass istance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 eX1ens ion 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. II EMPLOYMENT II Work From Home No Selling No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 JJ c c... l> z c l> JJ -< .... 1\) 0 .... .... 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Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law tha property described in such cartifiCBte shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, .800 East TWiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on tha Hill day of Februlry. 2011 at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this lib day of January 2010. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 eictenslon 4205, two (2) working days prior "to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. The STEM 360 Program OfCMG, Inc. 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The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 182669.0000 Certificate No. : 178697-08 File No.: 2011-149 Year ol Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: WARREN AND KEYS S 21 FT OF LOT 1 AND N 23 FT OF LOT 2 BLOCKS PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 02/13 SEC-TWP-RGE: 12-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: PHAMTASTIC PROPERTIES LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder a t !he Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fl 33602 on the Hill day of Eebn!ary. 2011 at .1ll:llQ A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify salf!localion) Dated this Zlll day of January 2010." PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tarripa Florida, (813) 276-6100 extension 42"05, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Get That Perfect Part Time Paying Job Working For An Oil Firm As A Local Agent And Earn More. Job Requirements: Good Communication Skills In English, Internet Access Any Previous Working Experience Could Be An Applicants Should Send Their Resume To Sherry Gibson E-mail: sherry.gibson38@ gmail.com For More Information TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 182785.0000 Certificate No.: 178704-08 File No.: 2011-150 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: ROBLES SUBDIVISION NO 2 S 11! OF E 108FT OF LOT 4 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 01/18 SECTWP-RGE : 12-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: ROSALINDA ROMERO JOSE D. LARIOS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Aorida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, tha property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fl 33602 on the Hill day of Febn!ary. 2011. at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 1tb day of January 201 o. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who. needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 2 Bedroom/2 Bath MobUe Home For Under 1 Ok In Town N Country Located In Subdivision Ott Of Memorial Highway Completely Remodeled v & v (813) 259-4663 -www.myflnanclalconnectlons.com ill CONTACT LAVORA @ (81_3) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 185068.0000 Certificate No.: 178885-08 File No.: 2011-151 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: WETHERELL:S 0 D SUBDIVISON S 40 FT OF LOT 4 AND LOT 5 BLOCK2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 03/28 SECTWP-RGE : 23 -18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: ESTELLE LOPEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law tha property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, -800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, Fl 33602 on the Hill day of Februlry. 2011, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this lib day of January 2010. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D. MERRITT Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 106 W. 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II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FQRTAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the h o l der of the following cer tificat e has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be iss ued ther eon The cer tificat e number and year of issuance the description of the prop e rty, and the n a mes in which i t was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 186417.0000 Certificate No.: 179022-08 File No.: 2011153 Year of I ss uan ce: 2008 Description of Property: NEBRASKA EAST REVISED MAP OF LOT 9 TOGETHER WITH N 1'2 OF VACATED ALLEY ABUTIING PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 04 / 105 SECTWP-RGE: 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : MARY K VOLTZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unles s such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property desc ribed in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse. 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the day of FebruarY. 2011 at 1 0 : 00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this Z1h day of January 201 0, PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd.; Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 oo extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; lf you are hearing or voice I mpaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the f ollowi n g certificate has file d said certificate for a tax deed t o be issued thereon. The certificate number and yea r of iss uance the description of the property, and the n a mes in whi c h it was assessed are as follows: F olio No.: 186900 0000 Certif icate No.: 179082 08 File No.: 2011-154 Year of I ssu ance : 2008 Description of Property: BONNIEHAVEN N Y2 OF LOT 7 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 0 2/04 SEC-TWP RGE : 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : ALLEN REYNOLDS Ill JACQUELINE A. REYNOLDS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Flor ida. Unless such certificate shall be redeem e d acco rding to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 24th day o f February. 2011, at 10:00 A.M ( NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 11!:! day of January 2010. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a pe rs on with a disability who needs any accommodation fn order to partici pate In this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provis ion of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extens ion 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the h older of the following certificate has filed said cert i ficate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The cer tificate numbe r and year of issuance, the d esc ripti on ol the pr ope rty and the names in w hich i t was assessed are as follow s : Folio No.: 187212 0000 Certificate No.: 179132-08 File No.: 2011-156 Year of I ssuance: 2008 Description of Property : LA CARBAYERA LOT 14 AND WEST 1'2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTIING ON E BLOCK 4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 04 /11 SEC-TWP RGE: 07 -29 -19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: RAUL IRIZARRY Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate s hall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate b e sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E Edge co mb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Str eet, Tamp a, FL 33602 on the day of February. 2011, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Ple ase call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale l ocation). D ated this 11!:! day of January 201 0. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In thi s proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If y _ou are hear i ng or voi ce Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder o f the following certificate has tiled said cer tificat e lor a tax deed to be iss ued thereon. The certificate number and year ol issu a nce the de sc ription of the property, and the names in which it was assessed a r e as follows: F olio No.: 187300 0000 Certificate No.: 179144 -08 File No. : 2011-157 Year of I ssuance: 2008 Description of Property: Y BOR HEIGHTS LOT 3 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 02/62 SEC-TWP-RGE: 07-29 -19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: EST OF MARY HENRY Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certificate s hall be sold to the highest bidd er at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 24th day of February. 2011, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dat e d this Januarv 2010 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276 8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the f ollowing cer tificate has filed said cer tifi cate for a tax deed to b e issued thereon The certifi cate numb er and year of issuance, the de sc ription of the property and the name s in which it was assessed are as f o llows: Folio No.: 187450 0000 Certificate No.: 179174-08 File No.: 2011-158 Year of Issuan ce: 2008 Description of Property : SANCHEZ AND HAYA REAL ESTATE CO'S REVISED MAP S 1'2 OF LOTS 9 AND 10 BLOCK A PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 04 /4 9 SEC TWP-RGE : 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : SHEAJAH MCPHERSON Said property being in the County of Hill s borough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the rub day of February. 2011, at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale loc a tion) Dated this 11!:! day of January 201 0 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certa i n assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276 8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the servi ce Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice lmpalrej:l, call 711. 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The certilicate numbe r and yea r o f i ssua nce, the description of the property and the name s in w hich it was assesse d are as follows: Folio No.: 187668 0000 Certificate No.: 179201-08 File No.: 2011-159 Year of Issu a nce: 2008 Description of Property: BANZA BANZA LOTS 7 AND 10 BLOCK 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 02/68 SEC-TWP-RGE: 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed: BENETTYE M GRIFFIN Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate s hall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the day of Februarv. 2011, at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this Z1h day of January 201 0 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By : LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT II Section 8 Accepted USF Area Townhome 2 Bedrooms/2% Bath $825.00/Monthiy Includes All Appliances Also Available 2 Bedroom/1 'Bath Apartment $625.00/Monthly (813) 417-3455 CONT.A.CT L.AVOIRI.A. -(&11 3> 24&-11 9211 FC>Ft Oe-T".A.IL.S <::>,...,. PL......O..C::: I.....,Ga ....... C>L..ft=l .A.O'V'Et=li"ISE.....,... E.....,"T" IQj -I !fd "'-:O 5 .JAN 1 8 2 0 1 1 NOTIC' OF APPLICATION ,HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY FOf! TAX DEED \ Tech Servicp:J ./ NOTICE IS GIVEN, that / REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS PLYMOUTH PARK TAX'seJ;lVICES LL. "/ ... -#1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed sai d certifica t e f o r a tax deed 1 0 be issued thereon. The certific ate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and _the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 18no7. 0000 Certificate No.: 179209-08 File No.: 2011-160 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: BANZA BANZA LOTS 7 AND 10 BLOCK 11 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 02/68 SEC-TWP-RGE: 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : BE & BE ENTERPRISES INC Said property being in the Coun ty of H illsboro ugh State of Florida. Unless such certificate sha ll be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the :M1b day of February 2011, at 10 : 00 A .M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this Z1h day of January 201 o. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: LAUREN D MERRITI Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate in this proceeding you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior_ to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II HOMES FOR RENT II 4 Bedrooms/2 Bath With Office Fenced Yard Available 2/1/11 Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 770-2003 Or (813) 735-5295 University Mall Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced Yard Section 8 Ready $850.00/Monthly Call (813) 451-9201 FOR GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE BENEFITS, GROUP DENTAL INSURANCE BENEFITS, GROUP LIFE INSURANCE BENEFITS, and LONGTERM DISABILITY INSURANCE BENEFITS TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The Authority is seeking qualified firms or individuals desiring to be considered for these projects The RFP documents will be available on the Authority s website January 1 0, 2011, at www. tampaairport.com Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations. For questions regarding the RFPs contact Connie Mundzak at 813-801-6040 Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Request for Qualifications (RFQ) Public Opinion Research Informational Meeting: Friday, January 14, 2011 9:00am -11:00 am Questions Due: Friday, January 21, 2011, by 1 :00 pm Proposal Due: Friday, February 18, 2011, by 4:00 pm Summary: This solicitation is to identify and obtain the services of a qualified firm to assist the Children's Board of Hillsborough County (CBHC) in conducting public opinion polling and research that will support its community awareness and outreach efforts Complete application is available on our website : www.childrensboard.org ********************************* Invitation to Negotiate (ITN) Information Systems Infrastructure Development Informational Meeting: Friday, January 14, 2011 9:00 am 1 0:30 am Questions Due: Friday, January 21, 2011, by 1 :00 pm Proposal Due: Friday, February 11; 2011; by 4:00 pm Summary: This solicitation is to identify qualified organizations to assist the Children's Board of Hillsborough County (CBHC) in improving the current network infrastructure, to integrate and consolidate its hardware and propose creative solutions for a more efficient and robust system in an effort to best assess the needs of Hillsborough County taxpayers. Complete application is available on our website: www.childrensboard.org ********************************* Children's Board of Hillsborough County 1 002 East Palm Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 (813} 229-2884 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities OFFICE ASSISTANT $22,131 PROJECT MANAGER II (CONTRACTS MANAGEMENT) $57,075 SENIOR SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIALIST (LIMITED DURATION) $31,512 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AA/EEO Employer II HOMES FOR RENT II 2918 East 21st Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Home $1 ,200.00/Monthly CHA, WDH Deposit Negotiable Call (813) 495-9757 3418 N. 49th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, WDH Fenced Yard Available Now! Call (813) 713-4055 Or (813) 735-5295 Jackson Heights 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Newly Renovated Concrete Block Carport $1 ,250 00/Monthly $500.00/ Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 293-26n I -4 I & Orient Road Clean 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Unfurnished Block Home $700.00/Monthly $700/00/Deposit Need References Section 8 OK ln"J:own R.E. (813) 765-5368


LEGAL NOTICE \ TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY "i"'och INVITATION TO BID (ITB) No. 8-013-11 FREE PRODUCT REMEDIATION AT TAMPA SCRAP SITE'' PROJECT No. 11-03510 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified bidders interested in providing remediation services to remove free petroleum product via in situ encapsulation and absorption as part of an Interim Remedial Action Plan (IRAP) at a Brownfield Site. A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and site visit will be held Friday, January 21, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. in the first floor TPA Board Room, 1101 Channelside Drive, Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are required to attend. Sealed bids are due by Friday, February 4, 2011 at 1 :00 p.m., at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's website (www.tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www.demandstar com). Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB. TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation. TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport.com, or by fax at (813) 905 5050. 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Assist the Controller in completion of various special financial and accounting projects as needed Requirements Bachelor's degree in a related fielq Minimum of 5 years experience Computer knowledge, typing and 1 0 key ability Strong knowledge of cost accounting standards and generally accepted accounting principals Supervisory experience a plus Please include, with your resum e, a cover letter explaining your pa,st cost accounting experience. Human resources@hsswansons.com or fax to 727-388-0765 DFW EOEIAA """''t"':LII.--=s._. I II>-=--....... =-:=1 ""--=-.. .......... .- ..:2.,.. ..... E:>c:.-=a.--..a.-..... c:::::.-.-c::ll-. .-.-............... t "'--=-----=-----II HOMES FOR RENT II I z / Joining the USF Team is now easier than ever with our on-line application! The University of South Florida is one of the nation's leading public research institutions and the ninth largest university in the U S., with four campuses throughout the Greater Tampa Bay region. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental and life insurance plans, retirement plan options, tuition program, generous leave programs, career advancement and more! ADVOCATE EDUCATOR-USF Center for Victim Advocacy and Violence Prevention, #7498. The Advocate Educator position provides crisis intervention, emotional support, and short term supportive counseling pursuant to victimization Requires: Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in Social Work, Mental Health, Criminology, Education or other field appropriate to the program content and two years of related experience. For additional information and how to apply please visit: https://employment.usf.edo and search for Position Number 00007498 or insert the following into an internet URL: employment.usf edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=53893. You must fill out an online application to be considered for this position Be a part of a dynamic diverse environment that generates bold ideas and creative solutions. Join us to make a differen ce. USF is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Access University. UNIVERSITY SOUTH FLORIDA T AMPA S T P ETERSBURG SARASOTA POLlTECHNIC Data Visualization Developer Posting Number: 0002844 Department Number/Name: 0 -3 510-000 Infomiation Technology Location of Position/Campus: Tampa Hiring Salary/Salary Range: $55,000-$65,000 Duties: The University of South Florida a large public research uiiiversity, is opeiiing its new Advanced Visualization Center (AVC), a state of the art facility on its Tampa, Florida camPUS. The center will be equipped with a large scale 3D display wall and a computer laboratory for i nstruction in visualization techiiiques. -The Visualization Programmer will be the lead technical position for the center. The position 's primary responsibility will be to provide state of the art visUalization services and instruction to faculty, students, and staff in support of the pedagogical and research goals of the Uiiiversity. Candidates need advanced 3D computer aided design skills for this role Advise, consult, and provide technical support and training to students from all academic disciplines in the creation of visualizations. Advise the AVC admiiiistration on specifications for the display and rendering hardware and software. Develop data visualization in support of research projects Aid faculty in the creation of visualizations for use in classroom instruction. Support research groups with proposal development and external funding searches for visualization activities. Manage the AVC and superviseAVC graduate student assistants. Promote the use of the AVC across all USF campuses Produce reports on the utilization of the AVC facility Minimum Qualifications (Education & Experience): This position requires a Bachelor's degree _in information technology or a related field, with two years of in related positions; or a Master's degree in directly related fields. At least 3 years of demonstrable experience and success in the field of visualization i ncluding expertise in data visualization. Verifiable ability to train others in the use of visualization software and techniques. Expert knowledge of data visualization tools both hardware and software. Verifiable experience in modeling, rendering, and aiiimation Experience developing a successful work flow from data input to rendering a final output. Preferred. Quiilifications (Education & Experience): Familiarity with integrating real-time kinematic (RTK), post-processed GPS and conventional survey data and working on projects involving geospatial, volumetric and geometric datasets Familiarity with 3D scanning a plus with strong realistic product illustration skills and strong texture map development ski!)s Demonstrate proficiency i n severa l of the following softwares: 3DS Max, Photoshop, Premiere, Rhino 3D, Combustion Revit, Maya AutoCAD, ESRI GIS Cyclone and CloudWorx Microstation FARO Scene, Geomagic, Polyworks, Rapidform, SolidWorks Poiiltools, ZBrush, Blender Sketch Up, Mes hLab and other 30 software, visualization, and rendering p ackages and Trimble Geomatics Office Excellent organizational, communication and writing skills. Self -starte r with the prioritize and manage projeets Strong multi-tasking abilities Must work well with others. Special Skills/Licensesll'raining!Certifications: Experience with digital video, image proeessing/computer vision, and VR technologies. Expertise in data structures for real time visualization. Experience working with large datasets of vector, image or terrain data. Familiarity with 2D imagery and 3D model file formats and compression techniques. Experience in higher education a plus. Additional Information: This position requires the successful completion of a criminal background check. To apply for this positio n please visit em11loyment.usf.edu. You must fill out an online ap pli cation to be considered for this position. Be a part of. a dynamic, diverse e n viro nment that generates bold ideas and creative so lution s Join us to make a differ e nce. USF Is an Equal Opportunity/Equal Accsss University. UNIVERSITY ........ ....... .. ........................................................... 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Because he lived, dreamed and died, many factories, of fices, schools, all federal and many state agencies will be closed. All over America, men, women and little children will link hands and hopes in an unprecedented national holiday for Martin Luther u.. King, Jr., a grandson of a c former slave who rose to spiritual heights attained by few mortals and thereby fulC filled the Biblical adage en which says that he who is last shall be first. This is the tradition and hope that the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday brings to the Republic. And that tradition speaks in and through the King Holiday, telling us that a people who could produce a King has no need for fears or apolo gies or doubts. As the first Black American so honored, Martin Luther King, Jr.,joins the most exclusive of all American clubs. Ironically, and ..... > a: w > w c w ::t: en ::i Dl :::;) a. z lu ...J ...J :::;) Dl ..J w z i= z w en <( c Rev. 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I N w CJ Children: Yolanda, Martin Luther King, III, Dexter Scott, and Bernice Major Organizations: Southern Christian Leadership Confer ence (SCLC) Important Prizes: Youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (1964) Presidential Medal of Freedom (1977, Posthumously) Listed on Scholar Molefi Kete Asante's list of 100 Greatest African Americans (2002) Congressional Gold Medal (2004, Posthumous!y) National Monuments: Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial (Planned) Alma Mater: Influences: Morehouse College, Crozer Theological Seminary, Boston University Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln, Theodor Herzl, Mahatma Gandhi, Benjamin Mays Rosa Parks, Bayard Rustin, Henry David Thoreau, Howard Thurman, and Leo Tolstoy significantly, the only other American honored by a national holiday is George There is irony -and truth -in this. For King and his nonviolent army gave A.tner ica a new birth of freedom. They banished the Jim Crow signs, browned American politics, and transformed the student movement, the women's movement, and the church. And all Americans are indebted to King and the nonviolent liberators who broke into American history like beneficent burglars, bringing with them the gifts of vision, passion, and truth. It can be argued, in fact, that King freed more White people than Black people. This, then, is a national holiday with national impli cations. And we are called, in and through the holiday, to the national task of continuing the struggle for the fulfillment of King's dream. The crucial point here and elsewhere is that this is not a holiday for rest and frivolity, and play This is a day for study, struggle and preparation for the victory to come. It is a day set aside for measuring ourselves and America against the terrible yardstick of King's hope. And if we ever loved him, we will use this time to mobilize against the evils he identified in his last article -the evils of racism, militarism, unemployment, and vio lence. It is on this deep level, and in the context of personal responsibilities, that the King Holiday assumes its true meaning. For it is not enough to celebrate King: it is necessary also to vindicate him by letting his light shine in our own lives It was King's genius to suggest that every man, woman, and child is respon sible for his/her own free dom. man who won't die for something." He said, "Is not fit to live." And the only question before us in this holiday season is what are we doing and what are we prepared. to do to ensure that King did not dream and die in vain. Beyond all that, we are challenged in this month to remember one of his greatest legacies, hope. For he never gave up hope. He never ceased to believe that the Dream and the dreamers could prevail. And if he could speak to us this month from his living grave, he would tell us that nothing can stop us here if we keep the faith of our fathers and mothers and walk together and dream other. It is with this understanding, and this hope, that we dedicate this day to the memory of an American giant who will be remembered, to appropriate the words of poet Robert E. Hayden, "not with statues' bell ringings, rhetoric, and not with legends and poems and wreaths of bronze alone, but with the lives grown out of his life, the lives fleshing his dream of the beautiful, needful thing." -----------------------------------------------------------------------"Keeping The Dream Alive" Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Yvonne Yolie Capin Honors The Legacy Of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. On This Special Day January 15, 1929 -April 4, 1968 Political Advertisement Paid For And Approved By Yvonne Yoll Capln For Tampa City cOuncil Dlsbict 3.


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Martin's JoumeH 1959 The Kings visited India to study Mohandas Gandhi's philosophy of nonviolence. Resigns from pastoring the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church to concentrate on civil rights full time. He moved to Atlanta to direct the activities of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. 1960 Becomes co-pastor with his father at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. Lunch counter sit-ins began in Greensboro, North Carolina. In Atlanta, King is arrested during a sit-in waiting to be served at a restaurant. He is sentenced to four months in jail, but after intervention by John Kennedy and Robert Kennedy, he is released. 1961 In November, the Interstate Commerce Commission bans segregation in interstate travel due to work of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Freedom Riders. 'Based on averoge usage under th e Resident a/ Service rate. Savings may vary. 1962 The Albany Movement leaders included, from left, Slater King, the president of the movement; Elza Goldie Jackson, the recording secretary; the Reverend Sammie B. Wells, the chairman of voter registration; Thomas Chatmon, the director of voter registration; and Robert Thomas, a local barber and active volunteer. During the unsuccessful Albany, Georgi.a movement, King is arrested on July 27 and jailed. Jackie Hines Energy Analyst 1963 On Good Friday, April12, King is arrested with Ralph Abernathy by Police Commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor for demonstrating without a permit. On April 13, the Birmingham campaign is launched. This would prove to be the turning point in the war to end segregation in the South. During the eleven days he spent in jail, MLK writes his famous Letter from Birmingham Jail. On May 10, the Birmingham agreement is announced. The stores, restaurants, and schools will be desegregated, hiring of blacks implemented, and charges dropped. -TAMPA. ELECTRIC UFE Rlf\ISON e.EfiiJII. Want to lower the cost of your electric bill, save energy and take control? Sign up tor Energy Planner, and recleve a free Home Energy Audit and Our energy analysts are ready to shOW-YOU how with our free Energy Planners"' program Take advantage of lower electricity rates most of the day and save even more by controlling appliances with an advanced thermostat installed free. by Tampa Electr i c You'li also receive a complete Home Energy Audit, eight energy-saving light bulbs and recommendati ons on how to help maximize savings. Sign t!P at tampaelectric.com/energyplanner or call813.223.0800 i n Hillsborough County, 863.299.0800 in Polk County or 1.888.223.0800 in all other coun ties (select Home Account, then Energy Saving Programs to reach Energy Management Services) Energy Planner is designed for single family homes (multi-family, mobile and manufactured homes are ineligible) :c c c.. )> z c )> :c -< ..... 1\) 0 ..... ..... r-0 :c c )> en m z -f z m r-m c r rm :::! z "'C c m r-(j) ::I: m c m < m :c -< -f c m en c )> z c :c c ;g G') m ...... I 0


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Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy in the White House Rose Garden following President Kennedy's meeting with leaders of the civil rights movement,_ 1963. On January 3, King appears on the cover of Time magazine as its Man of the Year. During the summer, King experiences his first hurtful rejection by black people when he is stoned by Black Muslims in Harlem. President Lyndon Johnson met with prominent black \ead-ers on January 18, 1964, to discuss his war on poverty. From left to right are: Roy Wilkins, Executive Director of the NAACP; James Farmer, National Director of the Congress o Racial Equality; Martin Luther King, Jr., head of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Whitney Young of the Urban League; and Johnson. On March 26th, Dr. King and Malcolm X are shown at a press conference in Washington, D. C. 1965 On February 2, King is arrested in Selma, Alabama during a voting rights demonstration. "TT r-0 c > en m z =! z m President John F. Kennedy poses Aug. 28, 1963, at the White House with a group ofleaders of the March on Washington, including Martin Luther King Jr. and union leaders A. Philip Randolph, an AFL-CIO vice president and principal organizer of the March on Washington, and Walter P. Reuther, then-president of the UAW. From left: Whitney Young, National Urban League; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Southern Christian Leadership Conference; John Lewis, Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee; Rabbi Joachim Prinz, American Jewish Congress; Dr. Eugene P. Donnaly, National Council of Churches; A. Philip Randolph, AFL-CIO vice president; Kennedy; Walter P. Reuther, UAW; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, rear, and Roy Wilkins, NAACP. King is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10. Dr. King is the youngest person to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for Peace at age 35 Protesters march to bridge where police are waiting in llJ Selma, Alabama. C: MetroPCS Retell Stores Bradenton 4919 14th St. west Bradenton, FL 34207 888.57metro Brandon 2028 Badlands Dr. Brandon, FL 33511 888.57metro Clearwater 167 4 S. Missouri Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756 888.57metro Labland 3137 us Hwy. 98 North lakeland, FL 33805 888.51metro .......... 1158N. Sarasota, FL 34236 888.57metro St. Petenburg 3100 22nd Ave. North Ste. B St. Petersburg, FL 33713 888.57metro 'l'llmpa 1251 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL33612 .888.57metro 2907 N. Dale Mably Hwy. lampa, FL 33607 888.57metro 1'\rdee o Huollli Wnd htnlset 10! 591 new Me!TOI'CS !8Mai Ito Jlllkipo1ing Mtl!of'CS slore, Meltof'CS deoleJ Slue 01 m ltwww.lll8tTOpci.rorn belweelll/3/1110! 1/31/1110 recei'le o $30 V"l!OIX8Pilid ard bymolin rederrclfion. Oller Not Void At Best Buy 01 Weinert ll1m b z c "T1 :::D c C) m CD I 0


""" Martin's Joume.Y i 1965 > a: < :J z < ""') >=' < c a: LL On "B!oody Sunday," March 7, 1965, some 6oo civil rights marchers headed east out of Selma on U.S. Route So. They got only as far as the.Edmund Pettus Bridge six blocks away, where state and local lawmen attacked them with billy clubs and tear gas and drove them back into Selma. On March 9, 1965, Dr. King leads symbolic march to Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. 1966 On January 22, King moves into a Chicago slum tenement to attract attention to the living conditions of the poor. In June, King and others begin the March Against Fear through the South. On July 10, King initiates a campaign to en,d discrimination in housing, employment, and schools in Chicago. 1961 On March 25th, Mrs. Viola -Liuzzo, a wife and mother, C was shot and killed while The Supreme Court upholds a conviction of MLK by a Birmingham court for demonstrating without a permit. King spends four days in Birmingham jail. a: LL c z < c en w :J 1-driving a marcher from to Selma. After President Johnson signs the Voting Rights Act into law, Martin Luther King, Jr. turns to socioeconomic problems. On November 27, King announces the inception of the Poor People's Campaign focusing on jobs and freedom for the poor of all races. w > w c w ::t: en ::::i m :J D.. z i= w ...J ...J :J m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL IN REMEMBERANCE OF "A GREAT KING" DR MARTIN LUTHER KING, Jlt JAN. 15, 1929 -APR. 4, 1968 Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns, Bridges & Dentures On-Site Denture Lab ((Complete Dental Care For All Ages Root Canal Therapy Teeth Whitening Repair & Relines Done On-Site Custom Designed Gold Crowns Available 5811 East Broadway Ave. (Off 50th Street) Call And Schedule Your Appointment NOW!!!!! (813) 623-1014 Fax (813) 620-3863 Hours: Mon 8 A.M. -5 P.M. 1968 Dr. King made his first appearance in Memphis during the strike on March 18 at Mason Temple. He met with, AFSCME International president Jerry Wurf (right). AFSCME field representative Jesse Epps has his hand on Wurfs shoulder. Behind King is AFSCME national director of field services, P.J; Ciampa (rising from his seat). The Rev. Ralph Abernathy, right, and Bishop Julian Smith, left, flank Dr: Martin Luther King, Jr., during a march on behalf of striking sanitation workers in Memphis, Tenn., March 28. Rev. P.L. Rowe is at far left. The dignitY-of the march soon gave way to disorder. Witnesses said a groupo about 200 youths began breaking windows and looting along Beale Street about 20 minutes after the march Police moved in with tear gas and nightsticks. As Mayor of Tampa, Ed Turanchik will put people back to work, turning abandoned and foreclosed houses into homes for our families. Jobs. Homes for our Affordable transit that works. Ed's got a plan for Tampa that includes you. It's a Vision. that Works. www.EdTuranchlkforMayor.com 813-254-1306 AM1Iillo111111 p!lld tor and IIIIII'Md bf Ed 11nnc1i111. Clndlcldl Of,.._ flOII1IIItllll, P.O.IIax 1842A, ,..._ Aoltda 338711,813-254-1306.


During the Civil Rights era, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., made five public appearances in Durham. The most dramatic was on February 16, 1960, as the sit-in movement swept across the Jim Crow South. After visiting the Durham Woolworth's, located on Parrish Street, which had closed its lunch counter after demonstrations the previous week, Dr. King addressed a standing room only crowd of 1,200 people at White Rock Baptist Church. On April4, 1968, Dr. King was scheduled to visit Durham, but cancelled at the last minute. The daily sanitation strike marches resumed March 29 -one day after rioting left Main and Beale littered with bricks and broken glass and dappled with blood. The city was taking no chances on a repeat of the violence: National Guardsmen in armored personnel carriers equipped with so-caliber machine guns escorted marchers. Outside the Lorraine Motel Wednesday, April 3, U.S. Marshal Cato Ellis served Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a temporary restraining order from a federal judge, barring them from leading another march in Memphis without court approval. Also present were top King aides Rev. Ralph Abernathy, Andrew Young, James Orange and Bernard Lee. The restraining order was issued to stop a national March on Memphis planned for April 8. Black leaders accused the police of brutality while police officers said they did what was necessary to restore order. In the wake of the violence, a curfew was imposed and more than 3,8oo National Guardsmen were rushed to the city. Quote ... "Discrimination is a hell hound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives to remind them that the lie oj their inferiority is accepted as truth in the society dominating them." Gfoxx3699@aol.com on. From a speech given to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Aug. 16, 1967 Walk Ins & Appointments Welcome Don't Get Caught Up With The Drama! "An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity." Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday Greetings to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Frank Reddick for Tampa City Council, District 5 "An Experienced Leader Committed To You" Endorsed By: Tampa Police Benevolent Association Tampa Fire Fighters #754 Amalgamated li'ansit Union Pd. Potltlcal AI:Jv. Paid for and approved by Frank Reddick Campaign Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. resting in the Lorraine Motel following the March Against Fear, Memphis, TN, 1966, reading the Memphis Press-Scimitar. Headline reads, King Takes Over For Meredith; Suspect Jailed -$25,000 Bond. Less than two years after this photo was taken, Dr. King was assassinated outside of his room on the balcony of this motel. At sunset on April 4, Martin Luther King, Jr. is fatally shot while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. Riots break out in 125 cities, leaving 46 dead .. (Photo by Ernest C. Withers). Mourners line the street waiting for the funeral procession of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., to pass. ..... 1\) 0 ..... ..... r-0 c )> (/) m z ::::1 z m r-m c: r rm ::::1 z "'C c: m c (/) ::I: m c m < m lJ Mrs. Coretta Scott King is shown at the funeral of her -< husband, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. J. JACQUES A. DARIUS, P.A. 813-930-2222 A TIORNEY AT LAW State & Federal Courts Very High Rating In legal Ability & Ethical Standards Martindale-Hubbell. Before choosing a lawyer, ask for written information about the lawyer's qualifications & experience. m (/) c )> z c lJ c ..... ..... I 0


,... Tucson Tragedv Is An Old LessonFor New Generation ;5 That April day 43 years ago writhed in agony over or the "they" who killed him. But I quickly found out that he was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Black Panthers had captured my imagination. I had begun to attend SNCC chapter meetings in Los Angeles, and hung on every word of black militants Stokely Carmichael and H. Rap Brown. I wore the grooves Z is eternally burned in my memory. As I walked through >=' the front door of my house my mother was screaming, a: He's dead, he's dead, they've LL killed him! I didn't know I was a junior in college and the politics and activism of Dr. King, SNCC, and the c a: LL c z <( c en w :J 1-> a: w > w c w ::z:: en ::J m :J D.. z i= w ..J '..J :J m ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL who the "he" was that she The 11th Annual Heritage Festival! TAMPA. BAY January 13-22, 2011 "Something for Everyone" 'NWW.TampaBiackHeritage.org Celebrating Tampa Bay's Heart Soul Heritage Movie Night Jan. 13 Black Girl Speaks/ To Be Heard Heritage Street Festival Jan. 16 Electric Violinist/ Ken Ford Heritage Street Festival Jan. 15 Jeffery Osborne USF University Lecture Jan.20 Martin Luther King, Ill Herlliufe 2-Day Heritage Street Waterfront Pork! Heritage Movie Night, Jon. 13 Tampa Theatre 6:30pm 9:00pm Heritage Gala, Jan. 14 Tampa Bay History Center 6:30pm 10:30pm Heritage 5K Walk for Cancer, Jan. 15 Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park 8:45am Heritage 2-Day Street Festival, Jan. 15-16 Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park !O:OOam6:30pm I 11:30cim-6:30pm Heritage Living History Exhibit, jan. 18-Mar. 2 Hillsborough Community College -Dale Mabry !O:OOam 7:00pm Heritage Leadership Luncheon, Jan. 19 University Area Community Development Corp. !1:30am 1:30pm Sponsors of the Festival tmr7 THETAMPA South TRIBUNE tCJa fill .... UNIVERSITY OF <& SOUTH F LORIDA FLO R I D A --="'>' AM 570 & 910 HART IJ...J-1 e-.:u.r.-u HARTinfo 813S4 TDD 81}-9158 www.goHART.org Fifth grader Mikayla Purnell and other students at St. Peter Cathedral School in Wilmington, Del. recite a prayer for the victims and families of the shooting in Tucson, Monday, Jan. 10, 2011. out listening to the record ings of Malcolm X's And though Dr. King seemed rather passe by then to me and those my age, I still had a healthy dose of re spect and admiration for him and the accomplishments of other civil rights activists. King's assassination, though, was the rude wake up call that great leaders, public figures, and others without names or stature could be cut down by sense less violence. In a real sense this was my coming of age; the shedding of my innocence about the world and the way things often violently worked. I real ized that more times than not people do evil things to other people, mostly innocents. I thought hard about the vio lence that claimed King's life, and that of other public figures, John F. Kennedy, and Medgar Evers, a scant few years before King's mur der, and to my great sorrow and tears, Robert F. Kennedy a few months after King was gunned down. Their violent deaths did not jade me to the point where I thought the world was such a big, ugly, and violent, and un deserving place it was mean ingless to try and help others, and even in my own modest way try to make a difference. The murder of King forced Il).e to balance my youthful blind faith idealism about change (and the people that I believed and trusted in to make change) with a prag. matic caution about people, their promises and their ac tions. In the years since then I learned to have a healthy dose of skepticism about pol itics and politicians, and the way government worked, as opposed to the school kid civics books pronouncements about democracy; peaceful change and political account ability. I found that greed, corruption and self interest more often than not charac terized the workings of gov ernment and our political institutions. The troubling thing, though, that nagged at me in the years since the King assassination, and the killjng of other prominent figures, was the incessant need of anyone from a deranged and unbal anced kook to governments to blast away at enemies real and imaged and to settle dis putes real and imaged with violence. The murder of fed eral judge James Roll, four other persons, and the critical wounding of I;>emocratic Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords can't be divorced from the hyper charged polarization division, and vit riol, name calling, blame and finger pointing that now characterizes political dis course in America. As in the case wj.th King, tough, I took heart in the out pouring of outrage, heartfelt compassion, and sensitivity, and prayers for the victims, their families, and the re newed demands that public officials do much more than spew empty rhetoric about the need to end violence in the wake of a mass carnage rampage. This sight to see is especially important for young people to see and be a part of. This insures that they do not sink into hopelessness and despair about America, and see the demons in all the actions and words of the older adult world. It's espe eially important to recognize that the heinous murderous act of a 22-year-old is not the universal way that young people act out their passions, frustrations and fears. The 2008---presidential campaign was graphic proof that despite the cynical, cor rupt, and yes, violence, that at times seems to mark the world, millions of young peo. ple believed deeply in Barack Obama's message of hope and change. They walked precincts, peopled voter phone banks, helped register thousands of voters, cheered wildly the impas sioned speeches of Obama about reforming government and society, and dedicated themselves to a range of com munity help activities such as volunteering at homeless shelters, food banks, and res idential facilities, as well as tutoring programs for under served youth. They actively engaged themselves in trying to bring real change to the world. The murderous act of James Earl Ray, King's assassin; more than four : decades did not snuff out my idealism and passion and that of many other young people to strive to make a better world. The act of alleged Tucson shooter shouldn't and won't snuff out the ideal ism and passion for peaceful change of many other young persons of this age.


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