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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q -a: Q ....1 u.. I SEE PAGE 16 VOL. 66 NO. 45 TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Support Group Helps The. :Sexually Abused SEE PAGE 5 Michael Baisden Debuts Relationship Docu11entarr SEE PAGE 3 rnAt eti11 Suspect Dead; Kills 2 Cops, Wounds Marshal-SEE PAGE 16 FAMILY AND FRIENDS HELP MS. THERESA MANUEL CELEBRATE 85th BIRTHDAY Close to 100 family members, former co-workers, community leaders and friends of. Ms. Theresa A. Manuel gathered on January 8th at La Union Marti-Maceo in Ybor City to help the U. S. Olympic legend celebrate her 85th birthday. The event was planned and coordinated by Ms. Manuel's cousin, Cynthia J. Flowers (Sweeting). Alphonso Ball, Jr., a former Middleton student, was the Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Among family and friends surrounding Ms. Manuel (seated) are: Andre Saunders, Kathy Saunders, Rod Taylor, Altamese Saunders, Otis Armstrong, Rev. Billy Taylor, Arndreeta Harris and Desmond Saunders. (Photo by Sylvester Harris .....: Treasured Moments)

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Features Michael Baisden Debuts New Film In Tampa MICHAEL BAISDEN ... Radio Personality BYTAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Syndicated Radio Personal ity Michael Baisden chose Tampa as one of three Florida cities to debut his new film "Do Women Know What They Want? Baisden joined nearly 400 of his loyal listen ers at the IMAX Theater in Channelside Saturday night for a private screening. Baisden says he decided to do the documentary because the topic was long overdue I think it's a common Do women know what they want? I think men want to know. I think a lot of women are conflicted as to whether or not women know what they want," he said. The film explores a number of controversial topics ranging from interracial dating to "open" marriages. Married couples, dating couples ; single women and men in the theater found it hard to keep from laughing hysterically or talking back to the movie screen. .Arthur and Belinda Strawder were among them The two have been married 38 years and say they found the film "enjoyable, insightful and thought provoking," but made it clear some matters dis cussed do not coincide with their personal or spiritual be ljefs "The issue of open mar riages is an absolute no, no," says Belinda. Open mar riages are marriages where a husband and wife agree to openly have intimate relations with other people. -Twenty-nine-yea-old Maranda Hill is single and James Mathies and Stacy Johnson attended the Baisden documentary on Channelside. feels the concept is a fair issue to tackle because it's real." However she makes it clear it's something she would never condone. Arthur Strawder says the best way to describe the film is "an unscripted real ity show." Baisden hopes people are challenged by some of the points made by those in the documentary "That's the great thing about a documentary It's not what I think. It's me asking the ques tions and people telling me what they think, which is what I love. I love challenging peopie with the question 'What do you think?' So, this is the ulti mate what do you think about sex? What do you think about relationships? What do you think ab out monogamy? What do you think about women being challenged in relation. ships? This is my way of al lowing my listeners to have an audience and to challenge other people with their ques tions," Baisden explained The film is for mature audi ences and is scheduled for DVD release later this year. (Photos by lshmon Johnson) -4 c: m C/) Learning Center To Celebrate First Anniversary c c.. ,.. z c: ,.. :::D -< 1\) 1\) 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Wednesday, January 26 at 2:30 p .m., the H O.P.E. Learning Center, 2902 East Lake Avenue, will be celebrat ing their first anniversary. The H.O.P.E. Learning Ci:mter, an extension of Bible Truth Ministries, established itself on the corner of 29th Street and East Lake Avenue after a thor ough canvassing of the area re vealed that location could best serve the people. .... .... Attending the celebration 'T1 will be representatives from 0 the Tampa City Council, :::D County Commissioners, Ken C Hagan and Les Miller, School Board chair, Doretha m Edgeocmb, and East Tampa Community Revitalization z Partnership Chairperson, J!! Evangeline Best, just to m name a few. C: The entire community s in-J= vited to join the celebration and recognize the great accom-z plishrrients the people of East ""0 Tampa have made. ffi 1 --------------------------------------------w AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAl SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiOed TO $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... IBII1rtJ1BssitH11J1 Slntie8t Personalized Service -Support and Help from the beginning to end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No fee ,Investigators -H there is a dispute.on how the-ac-cident oocurad Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Pl:ovided Free Dellv81J_ Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian lnci-. dents, LosS Wages, Wrongful D8ath And More can Michelle B . Patty Local: 813-495-37021 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days. p. Week ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c ,.. z c ., :::D 6

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,.... editorials/Columns Ll) N fi: <( ::::) z <( "") >"' <( c en w ::::) 1-FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 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. 193Q-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 Subscrlptions-$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, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Good-Bve, Mr. Universe C yes, we know. This is a Black-oriented paper, which ff: is supposed to talk primarily about Black-oriented c subjects. Well, that type of thinking is going to have to Z wait, today because we're going to talk about a man who <( transcended color, unless it was the color ofbiceps. Then he was every man's color, and no doubt, every woman's C color, too. f3 By the time Jack LaLanne came along, most Ameri::::l cans had forgotten the original body-builder Charles 1-Atlas. But for many of us, LaLanne with his muscle, neat f: physique and his magnificent white German Shepherd, W was the light-bearer of physical fitness, the way to become [i wonderful in both body and mind. And he stayed that way c in our esteem, not simply for years, not merely for W decades, but for scores of years ... forever, it would seem. And then without warning, the calendar fell off the wall. :::::i As a comedian of note was heard to say, life is a game Dl where nobody gets out alive. We almost forgot the truth of that statement when consjdering the sculptured presZ ence of Jack LaLanne. Indeed, it occurred to us that he i= may well have .been immortal. He was not. No one is. Jack LaLanne died recently. He was 96 years old. Perhaps, ...1 that's how old
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Local Support Group Helps The Sexuallv Abused ANGELA MOORE BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter There are hundreds of not-for-profit groups in the area, as well as government organizations that are sup posed to help those who need help. However one woman feels those groups aren't reaching the people who re ally need the help. "We must make sure the people not only know where to go for help, but what they need to bring with them," said Angela Moore. Ms. Moore is the founder of a support group that helps victims of sexual abuse. Her inission is to create a comfortable environment where girls, young women, and adult women can go and feel comfortable talk ing about their situation. "I discovered that most victims of sexual abuse either scared or too embar rassed to tell anyone what's happening to them. That's why it continues, and I be lieve someone has to be stronger than they are to get them to deal with this prob lem." Ms. Moore said inci dents of sexual abuse and in cest occur more often than people think, but the stories aren't publicized, and the in cidents are kept quiet by the victims. "I appeal to all the victims out there to not be scared to tell someone what's happen ing to you. You have a right to protect yourself, and no one has the right to take anythin-g from you. As. females, we must remember that sometimes the only protection we have is each other. You've got to trust someone." Ms. Moore invites any one interested in working with her as a volunteer or someone interested in telling their story to contact her at (813) 770-2083. Business Class Banking. You don't a line between your business and personal life. Neither do we. Your business deserves undivided attention. And that's exactly what you ca n expect. We'll get to. know you, as well as your business. So we might suggest Online Payroll as your business expands, but we'll also talk about the other things that can keep you up arnight. Like tuition. That level of service is more than just our promise, it's your right-with Business Class Banktng. To see all the ways we can serve you and your business, visit suntrust.com/businessclass or call 866.442.1370. SUNTRusr Service Understanding Passion Partnership Solutions Lift Solid. link SoHd. SunTrust Bank, Member FDIC. c 2011 Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Soolhlst and Uve Solid. llal* Solid. are federllly registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks, lric. c: m (/) c c.. )> z c: )> ::0 < N JJ1 N 0 ...... ...... "T1 r-0 ::0 c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z ., c: tD r-c;; ::::t m c m < m c: m (/) c .)> z c "T1 :!! c Ci) m en

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National 1/) Woman Raised Child Stolen 23 Years Ago In custodv ANNPETIWAY HARTFORD, CONNECTI CUT -A North Carolina woman who raised a child stolen 23 years ago from a New York hospital surrendered to authorities on a probation violation charge Sunday, and she was to appear in federal court to face kidnapping charges, the U.S. attorney's office said. Ann Pettway surrendered Sunday morning to the FBI and police on a warrant from North Carolina, where she's on probation because of a conviction for attempted embezzlement. Pettway received two years of probation last June after she took items from a store where she worked, which is considered embezNorth Department of Correction officials there tried repeatedly to contact her after finding out investigators wanted to question her in the 1987 abduction of Carlina White. Carlina was just 19 days old when her parents took her to Harlem Hospital in the middle of the night with a high fever. Joy White and Carl Tyson said a woman who looked like a nurse had comforted them. Th e coupl e left the hospital to r e st, but their baby was missing when they went back. No suspects were identified. Carlina is now 23 and has been living under the name Nejdra Nance in Connecticut and in the Atlanta area. She said she had long suspected Pettway wasn't her biological mother because she could never provide her with a birth certificate and because she didn't look like anyone else in Pettway's family. She periodically checked the website of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and while looking through New York photos early this month found one that looked nearly identical to her own baby picture. She contacted Joy White through the center. White and Nance met in New York before DNA tests were complete, confident they were mother and daughter. After the test results confirmed it Wednesday, Nance returned from Atlanta to be with her real mother. e FAST TAX REFUND AND ELECTRONIC FILING INDIVIDUAL & BUSIN TAX RETURNS ACCOUNTING SERVICES AUDITS OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS REPRESENTATION BEFORE THE IRS 813-237-4496 1936 E. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa. Florida 33610 Pres.Obama To Push Faster Recoverv, More Jobs PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON Political engines are revving up for the 2012 presidential elec tion and the sound of one of those President Barack Obama's, will be heard above all others Tuesday night in his nationally tele-vised State of the Union speech to a joint session of Congress. The message: his prescrip tion for a more robust economic recovery that cuts persistently high unemploy ment, now at 9-4 percent. Pres. Obama's prospects for winning a second term probably depend largely on a robust upswing a return to substantial growth and better employment prospects that finally seal off the worst economic downturn since the 1930s Great Depression. The president will step to the rostrum with polls show ing his overall approval rat ing at 53 percent, 6 points higher than after the November congressional election -a drubbing for Democrats and loss of their majority in the House of Representatives. The uptick in Pres. Obama's standing coincides with his decision post election to negotiate with Republicans on a tax package and to build bridges to the business community. "The Voic e of Our Community Speaking f o r Itself' (813) 248-1921 Ex-Chicago Cop Gets 4-1/2 Years In Tonurecase CHICAGO-Decades after young black men in Chicago first began claiming that a white policeman shocked, burned and suffocated them to get confessions, former office r Jon Burge is headed to fed e ral prison. He goes to serve to 4-1j2 years behind bars not as the decorated, tough detective who rose quickly in the department, but as a cancer patient with a drinking problem who is, by his own admission, broken. His name has become synonymous with out-of-control police in the country's third largest city. U .S. District Judge Joan Lefkow sentenced Burge on Friday, bringing an end to an ugly chapter in the city's racially charged history after he was convicted last summer. of lying about the JON BURGE tortur e of suspects. Dozens of peopl e almost all of them black men -claimed for decades that Burge and his officers tortured them into confessing to crimes ranging from armed robbery to murder. While Burge's attorneys had asked for a lesser sen tence, several victims and their supporters said Burge s punishment wasn't nearly harsh enough. Deoutv Returns Home After Being Shot In The Face A sheriffs deputy shot in the face Jan. 11 by a gang member was back at home Sunday, though he is expected to continue to be under medical care for some time. Mohamed Ahmad, 27, was released from County USC Medical Center Saturday, said a sheriff's spokesman. A rookie to patrol work, Ahmad was with his training partner in East Los Angeles when they confronted 37-year-old Nestor Torres, who Ahmad's partner recognized as a parolee. Torres opened fire, hit ting Ahmad in the face. MOHAMED AHMAD Ahmad's partner shot back, killing Torres. Ahmad, an immigrant from Somalia, suffered damage to an eye and his jaw, but the bullet apparent ly caused no brain damage. It was unclear if he would be able to return to work. T-. Locations: 1 North -Mabry HlgtwJaY, Suite203 813-985-4747 11333 North Nebraska Avenue (Next To Flea Market)

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Roadshow Stans Todav in Port Richev & Spring Hilll By Jason Delong Treasure Hunters Roadshow STAFF WRITER It's a Modern day gold rush as precious meta/prices soar due to the weak economy. lt 's a seller 's market. says Archie Davis Roadshow representative. Roll up your sleeves and get re<1dy to start your spring cleaning early this year. The Roadshow starts today in Port Richey and Spring Hill and is looking for anything old. R e member those matchbox cars you played with as a kid? You know the ones that have been stored away in the attic for the past 30 years Well it's time to dig 'em out along with any other forgotten treasures You Treasure Hunters Roadshow has been in over 600 cities since 2001." might be sitting on a small fortune and not even know it. Roadshow representative Archie Davis explains what the event is all about. "It's a chance to sell just about anything that's old and get a fair price. We host over I ,000 shows every year throughout the U.S. and Canada. Toys, dolls, trains, pocket watches, old advertising signs, gold jewelry, coins just about anything can be sold at the Roadshow. This event is popular because it puts money in people's pockets. At a typical show, we will see hundreds of people during the five day event. We will see a few unusual items but mostly we will see a lot of old coins, gold jewelry, and a wide variety of antiques and collectibles. Last week at a show in Missouri, a retired dentist walked in with over 5 lbs. of dental gold Above Clean out those attics, basements and lock boxes and get ready to CASHIN. fillings. "I would say that is pretty unusual, wouldn't you?" says Davis. The gentlemen received over $31,243 for his gold fillings. The dentist told Davis that over the years he would keep the extracted teeth when the owners didn't want them. He would throw them in a jar and over the years it added up to over Slbs of gold. Now not everybody has a jar of gold teeth lying around but according to Davis, more than you might think hav e some sort of gold they can cash in. Davis says, "The Roadshow receives a fair amount of gold each day of the 5 day event." Broken jewelry, gold coins, dental gold are all valuable items with today's high gold prices. Archie Davis commented, "Other top categories at the Roadshow would have to be silver dollars and other coins pocket watches, and my personal favorite old toys .'' Davis told me a story about a visitor at a recent Roadshow in Iowa. "This elderly gentlemen walked into the show and asked if we were interested in old toys. The fellow must have been in his late seventies or early eighties. He said he kept all of the toys from his childhood and they were outside in his pickup. I walked outside and to my surprise his pickup was full of the coolest old toys I had ever seen. Big old metal trucks, pedal cars, train sets, cast iron Collectors desire vintage military items, Items from both U .S. and foreign origins from the Civil War, World War /, World War II, Spanish-American War, Revolutionary War and Calvary times have great value. Items such. as swords, daggers, medals, hardware bayonets, etc. Gold Prices High, Cash In Now "It's a modern day gold rush," said Jeff Parsons. Gold now trading at 40 year highs, and you can casll in by bringing your items to the Hunters All types of gold are wanted, including gold coins, KrugcrrandG, Maple Leafs and other gold bars, etc All gold jewelry, including broken jewelry is accepted. Anything gold is wanted. All silver items, including silver coins, bars and American Eagles are Sterling silver items like flatware, tea sets, etc. are welcome. All sports memorabilia is In high demand Includ Ing: Pre 1970' s baseball cards; autographed baseballs, footballs & basketballs ; jerseys; signed photos; etc,.. Here is how it works: Gather items of interest from your attic, garage, basement, etc. There is no limit to the amount of items you can bring No appointment necessary If interested in selling, we will consult our collector's database to see if a buyer exists; 90% of all items have offers in our database The offer is .made on the-spot on behalf of our collectors making the offer If you decide to accept the offer, we will pay you on the spot and ship the item to the collector. The collector pays all shipping and handling charges You get I 00% of the offer with no hidden fees The Treasure Hunter's Roadshow event runs through Saturday in Port Richey and Spring Hill. www.treasurehuntersroadshow.com cash In with die aawar of the International Cellectors Association Treasure Ramers aoadsbow reoreseats over 5000 memben.werldwlde wllo are PiiiJina TOP DOllAR Ole IOII8WIR8 tJP8S Of 118RIS. COINS-Any and aJI coins made before 1964. This .includes all silver and gold coins, dollars, half dollars; quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. All conditions wanted! GOLD & SILVER-PRlCES AT 40 YEAR IIIGII! for platinum, gold. and silver during th.is event. Broken jewelry, dental gold, old coins, pocket watches, Kruggerands, Gold bars Canadian Maple Leafs, etc. JEWELRY-Gold, Silvc.r, Platinum, diamonds, rubies, sapphires and. all types of stones, metals, etc. Rings, bracelets, necklaces, all others including broke!! jewelry. Early costume jewelry wanted. WATCH.F.S & POCKF.TWATCHF.S -RoJex, Tiffany, Hublot, Omega, Chopard, Cartier, Philippe,.Ebel, Waltham, Swatch, Chopard, Elgin, Bunn. Speciiu, Railroad, Hamilton, all others. T .OYS, TRAINS & DOLLS -All types of toys made. before 1965, including: Hot Wheels, Tonka, Buddy L, Smith Millfr, Nyl.int, Robots, .. '., battery toys, Mickey Mouse, train sets, all.gaugcs, accessories, individuai cars, Marklin, American Flyer, Lionel, Hafner, all other Barbie Dolls, GI Joe, Shirley Temple, Characters, German, ;lll accepted: ': MlLI'TARY ITEMS, SWORDS, -.>. WWif, etc. Items of interestinclude swords, badges, ; medals, knives, gear & letters. The older the swords, the Jypes wanted. .. '' "''' ,., .. ,.. ADVERTISING ITEMS -Metal and Porcelain signs, gas companies, beer and liquor makers,' automobile, implements, etc. Sllnr 01111 PriceS IP 111'111 ... EclniiiiJ. Collectors and Entliusiasts in Port Richey and Spring Hill With $200,00() to Purchase Yours/ Got Coin? It might be just tbe time to cash in. This week. starting today and continuing through Saturday, the International Collectors Association in conjunction with Treasure l{unrors Roadshow will .. be purchasing silver and gold coins direct from the public. All are welcome and the event is free. toys he had it all. We spent the next 3 hours going through his childhood. lt was fun to listen to the stories he told about growing up and playing with the toys. He said one time he decided to play farmer in the garden and ended up digging up and ruining a fair number of vegetable plants. His folks were really mad and he said it the longest summer he ever remembered working off the damage he had done. Back then the garden was a staple to every country family. His mom would can, jar and pickle the harvest to eat all winter. "If you go to the Roadshow you can cash-in your items for competitive prices. Road c.. )> z c: )> ::0 -< I\) CJ1 I\) 0 ..... ..... 'TI r-0 ::0 c )> en m z :::! z m r-IIJ c: r r !:!l z "'D c: IIJ r-c;; ::I: m c m < m ::0 -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c 'TI ::0 c

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Local C\1 It) C\1 > a: < ::J z < ""') Re-Birth Missionarv Baptist Church Celebrates 11th Anniversarv > Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church recently celebrated its 17th an(J) niversary The leader of the congregation is Reverend Dr. Zachery 1-Following the worship service, guests were tre ated to a sumptuous meal. (Photos by Julia Jackson) 3011 E North Bay Tampa FL Rev. Reginal T. Webb, Pastor Mrs. Sarah Wilder has been with the congregation since its inception. Florine Dickerson at the anniversary celebration. Henry Richmond, Jr. attended the 17th anniversary celebration. Mrs. Pauline Capers attended the service. Follow Us On Twitter At www. twitter. com/ FLSENTI NELB Reatha Hobbs was also. in attendance. Mary and her daughter, Zackea Caldwell and the anniversary celebration. Daisy Jenkins visited the servic.e. Henry Dickerson Deacons Tereyl Mitchell and Eddie Thomas. Ann Carey attended the anniversary celebration. NIVERSARY BANQUET

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s Horoscopes Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Conversations and communications abound. The news is mixed: some sadness and some joy. Take a walk in nature to think about it a bit and refocus Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Consider developing a new habit, independent of what you were taught in the past. Old rules give way to new possibilities Opportunities arise. Aries (March 21-April19)-There may be bumps along the romance road. Focus on your work, where you'll succeed easily. Things will open up in your love life later. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-To get everyone on the same page, reveal your reasoning Otherwise, they miss the point. Take extra time to develop deeper understanding. Then actions flow. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You want it all to be effortless, but more work is required than you imagined. Still, you get where you need to go. Persistence pays off. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -At home or away, your thoughts focus on responsibility. Act inde pendently, but don't lose sight of career goals. Make notes to follow up on later. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Contact a distant resource for new infonnation. Original thinking emerges from the conversation. Partner up with someone to put those ideas into action. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You've been saving up for a special treat, and today's the day. You know where to get it, so enjoy the process. Don't worry about what others might think. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Consider your next moves carefully. Put aside the wilder ideas, and follow a steady path. You can go it alone if you want. Gather later to share stories. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Everyone loves your suggestions for final touches that improve a project. Make any changes in a logical order to preserve work already done. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Take creative inspiration from something in your home-some thing old and full of memories. Tell its story to someone who doesn't know it yet. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Remain true to personal convictions as you share your desires with others. Logic only goes so far. Express strongly held values, which may be unreasonable. Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Annie demands that JR set a divorce date; Damon decides to officially leave Pine Valley; Opal talks to Tad about Colby and Damon. Cara's hidden past finally comes to light; Scott works hard to transform himself into a better person; Colby tries to patch things up with Damon. Annie spins a story for JR; Asher discovers that Liza and Damon slept together; Cara admits to Tad and Jake that she had leukemia as a child. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL -A persistent Stephanie tries to convince Nick to kick his addic tion; Jack makes a startling confession to Nick; Marcus discloses his family's history to Dayzee; Donna tells Justin the purpose behind her gift to him. Nick tells Stephanie he's taking her words to heart, but she catches him caving in to his addiction; Bill goes out of his way to support Justin after hearing about Donna's proposition; Justin gives Donna an official answer to her proposal. Nick tells Stephanie he's taking her words to heart, but she catches him caving in to his addiction; Bill goes out of his way to support Justin after hearing about Donna's proposition; Justin gives Donna an answer to her proposal. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Hope grills Nathan about his connection to the prison; Victor shows Mag gie the rescue in progress; Jennifer meets with Hope at the boat; Victor offers Melanie his support; Chloe gets upset when she finds Carly at Daniel's apartment. Hope grows concerned that her loved ones are danger; Vivian tells Maggie she can't hide behind Victor's marriage any longer; Jennifer faces ob stacles as she tries to get Ben's key; Rafe tells Daniel he's wary of EJ's change of heart. Kate tells Melanie that he must put her child first; Nicole questions EJ about noises she hears coming from the basement; Philip and Chloe argue about changing Parker's name; Jennifer breaks into the infirmary. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Carly reveals to Jennifer that the prison is selling body parts; Hope has a close call with a cop; Victor tells Kate about Chloe's latest stunt; Maggie tries to comfort Chloe, who continues to wallow in depression. The Balkan welcomes a mercenary to Port Charles; Lulu mourns the loss of her relationship; Spinelli begs Carly not to reveal damning evidence. Johnny gets pummeled by the Balkan's mercenary; Ethan accuses Maya of sabotaging their apartment lease to stay with Edward; Tracy motivates Brook Lynn not to give up on Nik. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Starr's thrown when her father encourages her to be with James; Cristian is shocked to discover Layla slept with Steffen; Darren convinces Shaun to help him get Destiny back. Do rian and Viki remain determined to get Echo out of their lives; Rex and Gigi get a letter from Shane's school, alerting them to his skipping classes; Kelly decides to go after inside information about Aubrey by dating Cutter. Clint offers Joey two options for his future; Kelly is busted snooping in Cutter's room; Natalie and Jessica name their sons. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Lily and Cane share a romantic evening; Victor refuses to accept baby Lucy. Phyllis begins to doubt Sharon's guilt; someone secretly pays Sharon's bail. Nick pleads with Sh aron to stay away from Adam; things heat up between Nikki and Deacon. Please Join CL U SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 2011 6:00-7:00 pm-Cocktail Hour 7:00 -11 :OOPM-Dinner and Dancing USF Embassy Suites 3705 Spectrum -Boulevard Tampa $35.00 Per Guest No Tickets Will Be Sold At TheDoor. For tickets call (813) 961-5760; (815) 224-0989 Interested Presidents should email: jsyke84689@aol.com f/ These formally dressed little ladies and gentlemen were members of the royal court at Wimberly's PreSchool Coronation. They are: LaKevia Alexander, Kenneth Bryant; Natlie Johnson, Rashard Lewis and Courtney Young. Christopher Bail, one of our proud newsboys, is shown with a copy of The Florida Sentienl Bulletin newspaper that he sells every Tuesday and c: m CJ) c c.. )> z c: )> :II -< 1\) U1 1\) 0 ...... ...... r-0 :!! CJ) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rz c: m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m c: m CJ) c )> z c :!! c -Former Pastor of First Baptist Church Of College Hill )g and Deacon Arthur Nelson were in attendance at a special event that was held at the church. CD

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> a: <( ::> z <( ., c (J) w ::> 1-MIKETOMUN ... going to his second Super Bowl as a head coach. The regular season is over, and the playoffs have left us with two teams standing that will face each other in Super Bowl XLV. The Green Bay Packers, 21-14 winners over the Chicago C Bears, and the Pittsburgh a: Steelers, who finally derailed the New York Jets 24-19, z will travel to Irving, Texas. <( Pittsburgh, already the only NFL team with six C Super Bowl wins, recorded ffi their 8th AFC Championi= ship, and will try to put tro> phy number 7 in their case. a: On a team With so much w > history, its head coach, W Mike Tomlin, has also made history. J: Tomlin is the first African American head coach to take m team to two Super Bowls, the youngest head coach to z take a team to two Super j: Bowls, a:nd was the youngest head coach to win a SuperS Bowl. m LOVIESMITH ... came up short agains the Packers. Everyone knows the histo ry of the Green Bay Packer organization as their legendary former head coach, Vince Lombardi's name appears on the championship trophy. Bear head coach, Lovie Smith, came close to reaching the Super Bowl for the second time, and has endured a lot of speculation on his future. Smith should be recognized for reviving the Bears, wlio had to regroup after looking mediocre for their first seven games. The Packers will be seeking their 4th Super Bowl cham pionship, and the first since parting ways with Brett Favre. Both teams will field awesome defenses, so it will be up to Aaron Rodgers and Ben Rothelisberger to taketheir teams to victory. UNIVERSOUL C I R C U S C\1 'I'"" January 30th RAYMOND JAMES STADIUM $15.00 FLORIDA SENTINEL HOOKUP Former Plavers To TestifV At Bonds Trial BARRY BONDS SAN FRANCISCO Som e of Barry Bonds' former teammates, along with other retired. Major League Baseball players and perhaps current player Jason Giambi, will have to testify at the slugger's upcoming perjury trial, afederal judge said Friday. Lawyers for Bonds argued at a hearing before U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston that the players should be excluded because of their ties to Bonds' former trainer Greg Anderson, who is refusing to testify against the slugger. Illston previously barred much of the evidence relating to Anderson because of his willingness to go to prison on contempt charges rather than testify at the trial set to start March 21. Without his testimony, it could be impossible to prove that urine samples that purportedly tested positive for steroids had been collected from Bonds by Anderson. Illston also said she would consider on a case-by-case basis whether to exclude other evidence seized from Anderson's home and else where that prosecutors want to show the jury. The judge said prosecutors could call the athletes to tes tify about their relationships with Anderson, who supplied many of them with steroids and whom the government claims supplied Bonds with performanceenhancing drugs. Bonds, 46, has pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of perjury and an obstruction cha:tge after telling a grand jury in December 2003 that he never knowingly took steroids. Bonds testified that Anderson supplied him with all kjnds of substances, but he assumed they were all legal suppleinents. Willie Mavs Inspires Students From His Old Neighborhood NEW YORK -Willie Mays sat on the s t age of a grade s c h o ol auditorium on the site of the old Polo Ground s, a ddre s sing a room full of attentive kids. A larg e rthan-life black-and-white photo of himself playing stickball served as the back drop. He was to give the "A" stu dents a dozen baseballs along with three cream-colored, vintage 1951 jerseys, with "Giants" written across the front in script and his old number on the back. Discovering ; he was one base ball short, Mays pulled out a $100 bill and handed it to Kendryck Taveras, a very surprised fifth-grader. "I'd rather have the $100," the grinning 11-year-old said. "I'm going to save it." The Say Hey Kid gave these kids a day they'll never forget . "This is my neighborhood!" the 79-year-old Hall of Farner said to loud applause and one of a number of standing ova tions. "They don't know me. They wasn't here when I was Former Major League baseball player Willie Mays, listens during his appearance at the San Francisco Giants' 2010 World Series trophy display tour event on Friday, Jan. 21, 2011 at the Arthur Tappan School P .S. 46 in Harlem, New York. playing ball." And then he painted a pic -ture of what it was like, back when the ground where P.S. 46 stood was home to the famous No. 24. The kids had studied Mays' life ahead of the assembly, and Taveras even wrote a biography about him, learning that he played in the Negro Leagues. "It was cool!" he said after meeting the famous player. lniurv Forces Venus Out 01 Australian-. Open MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA -Venus Williams lasted just seven points in her third-round match Friday at the Australian Open, forced to withdraw due to injury from a Grand Slam singles match for the first time in her career After losing the first game to Andrea Petkovic of Germany and trailing in the second, Williams stretched to her right to return a ser\re; hit the ball and then cried out in pain, clutching toward her stomach on her right side. It was soon clear that she could n't continue. "Obviously I just. couldn't play," Williams said. "I couldn't move, it was too VENUS WILLIAMS painful." Her right thigh was already heavily bandaged from an injury she sustained in the first set of her. secQnd-round match Wednesday, when she beat Sandra Zahlavova in three Afterward, Williams said the injury was in her. psoas" muscle, which flexes the hip and spinal col umn. "The last 48 hours, I just didas much pain management as I could, she said. A lot of times when you play you get that adrenalin and that blocks pain. I just didri t get enough of ,that today. I was qoping for some magic that I could re cover." Rod Laver Arena crowd and appeared to be on the yerge 'of tears as she walked off the 'court. Her -younger sister, Hookup for Opening Night Friday JAN 28 -7:30pm Limited Time Only ONLY AT UNIVERSOULCIRCUS.COM/TAMPA defending champion Serena, didn't even make it to Melbourne Park because of a foot injury. ; l

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED ffi Kobe To Get Cement Prints At Hollvwood Landmark KOBE BRYANT LOS ANGELES Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant has championship rings and an MVP trophy, but he's about to get an honor usually reserved for the stars of Hollywood Bryant will become the first athl e t e to h ave a h and and foot print cere m o n y a t Grauman' s Chin ese Theater in Hollywood. for the theater announced Thursday that Bryant will have the cer emony setting his hands and feet in cement as part of the NBA' s All-Star Weekend fes tivities on Feb. 19, the day before the All-Star game at Staples Center in Los Angeles. More than 200 Hollywood luminaries including John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe and Brad Pitt have had their hands and feet set in cement in front of the Hollywood landmark. Tearv-Eved Tavlor Not Sure It loss was Career Swan Sonu JASON TAYLOR PITTSBURGH-Jason Taylor fought back tears as he pondered whether this was the end for him. The 36-year-old New York Jets linebacker wasn't sure if he might have played for the last time after a 24-19 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game. :we finished this thing an hour ago," Taylor said softly "There are so many emotions going through me right now. We'll cross that bridge in the future. Taylor signed a two-year contract with the Jets in April, but cpuld retire after 14 sack-filled NFL seasons Or, it could be out of his hands completely, saying "we'll see if coach Rex Ryan arid general manager Mike Tannenbaum "even want me back." Taylor, the NFL's active career sacks was wooed to New York by Ryan to help provide a proven pass rusher to a defense sorely in need of one. He ended up with five in the regular season -a number that he wasn't pleased with. Chicago Man Gets 13 Years For Robbing NBA's Walker ANTOINE WALKER CHICAGO ...:_ A Chicago man has been sentenced to 13 years in p rison after pleading guilty to robbing former NBA star Antoine Walker at gunpoint at his home in 2007. Demorris Hill was tried late last year for the robbery ; but the jury wasn't able to reach a unanimous verdict. Prosecutors had said they planned to retry him before he. pleaded guilty Friday to one count of home invasion. Two other men also have been convicted in the robbery, and a third is awaiting trial . Hill is also charged in a similar robbery at the subur. ban Chicago home of New York Knicks Center Eddy Curry. And he has a 2006 armed robbery case pending in Cicero. He has pleaded not guilty . Walker, a Chicago native, played 14 seasons in the NBA. FOXReiects Super Bowl Ad FOX has rejected a proposed Super Bowl ad from a conservative comedy site called JesusHatesObama.com. The ad shows two bobble head dolls: one of Jesus and one of President Obama. As classical music plays, the video cuts between the two bobbleheads until Jesus seemingly makes the Obama bobblehead fall into a fish tank, whereupon the logo for the site comes up. FOX said the ad was unacceptable and could not air during the Super Bowl. Don't Question Cutler's TQughness JAY CUTLER CHICAGO-Jay Cutler is accustomed to having people take shots at him. Just last week an ESPN columnistcame to toWn and wrote a scathing rebuke of the Bears quarterback. It was so that the writer even attempted to make Cutler look bad for not publicizing his charitable activities. However, what happened Sunday after Cutler was pulled minutes into the third quarter of the Bears' 21-14 loss to the Packers because of a knee injury was unlike anything Cutler had ever experienced. It cut him so deeply that tears welled in his eyes at his locker room stall. Being ripped for .how he behaves with the media or how he fails to accommodate outsiders is one thing. However having players around the league openly question whether he had tapped out of the most important game of his career because he' s soft -that cut him to the core. Cutler appeared genuinely hurt when asked about the comments, saying: "No comment art that." NETTA Our Beauty Unlimited feature is_ Netta. She said she's fairly new to Tampa and has been here for about a month. The Leo said she's a master cosmetologist working at The House of Barbers, and she hosts a new artist showcase based out of Atlanta. Netta said her interests are music, reading and writing, and her hobbies are whatever makes her smile. Netta's goals are to finish writing and open a men's spa. Her philosophy of life is: "I believe that everything happens for a reason. People change so that you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that you appreciate them when they're right, you believe lies so you eventu ally learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together." The man in Netta's life has to be edu cated, confident, strong, and a man of his word. Congratulations to Netta as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, send your information and photo, including a contact number to: 9" Roller ... ; .. ................ ............... ;$1 Brushes ... ........... ................... : .. 99-r-.... . LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! CJ) c c.. l> z c l> :::c -< ...... ., r 0 :::c CJ) m z :::! z m r OJ c r r z "'tJ c aJ r en :I: m c m < m c m CJ) c l>. z c ., :e c

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Entertainment N Eric Benet Gets Engaged To Prince's Ex-Wile ERIC BENET And Fiancee, MANUELA TESTOLINI While Halle Berry seems to be getting serious with Olivier Martinez, her ex husband Eric Benet has done some settling down of his own. The musician 44, whose di vorce from Berry was final ized six yea r s ago, proposed to Manuela Testolini in No vember with an antique dia mond ring he designed. Manuela, an entrepreneur and founder of the charity In A Perfect World, was formerly married to Prince. She has been dating Benet for 3 years. The wedding is set for this summer. Michelle Obama Going On Oprah Winlrev Show c a: u... c z < c en w ::::> OPRAH WINFREY And MICHELLE OBAMA WASHINGTON w > Michelle Obama is going on W "The Oprah Winfrey Show." fa The White House says the first lady is returning to her :::l Chicago hometown Friday to m tape one of the last original episodes of Winfrey's na Z tionally syndicated talk show. i= Mrs. Obama will discuss plans to launch a natioi].wide S campaign to support families m with someone in the military. The first lady has become an advocate for military fami lies. She has traveled to mili tary installations to talk with service members about their needs and concerns and has urged Americans to volunteer time to help them. The program is scheduled to air Thursday. Winfrey is ending her suc cessful talk show at the end of the season after 25 years. Jav-z Taking 40/40 Club Global Jay-Z There's no stopping Jay-Z in his quest to becoming a bil lionaire. Now the King Of Hip-Hop is taking his chain of 40 I 40 Clubs global, launching 5 new spots in the next year that will include venues in Tokyo, Macau, Japan and China. Jigga christened his first 40/40 Club in New York in 2003 with openings in Las Vegas and Atlantic City soon after. Although the Vegas spot didn't stay open for more than a year, Jigga's also plans to open 40/40 Clubs in Chicago, Illinois, Dallas, Texas and At lanta, Georgia. Jay also inked a deal to set up 40/40 hubs inside airports across the U.S. T.l.'s 'No MercV' Goes Gold T.I. Rapper T.I.'s seventh stu dio album, No Mercy has been certified Gold by the RIAA, pushing in excess of 500,000 copies, despite the rapper's in carceration. The album sold almost 16o,ooo copies during its first week on shelves following its December 7 release, placing it at #4 on Billboard's Top 200 chart. The Atlanta rapper is cur rently serving a yearlong bid in an Arkansas prison for a Sep tember probation violation stemming from previous gun charges. 50 Cent's Connecticut Mansion For Sale 50 CENT'S MANSION While 50 Cent continues to release new music, the G-Unit head is also putting his 50,000 s.f. mansion up for sale. The Connecticut home was previously owned by Mike Tyson. The Hartford, Connecticut home features a home theater, billiards room and nightclub. It's reportedly listed for $9.9 million. Wiz Khalila Performs 'Black And Yellow' At Steelers Game WIZKHALIFA The Pittsburgh Steelers walked away victorious at Sun day's playoff matchup and their home team rapper Wiz Khalifa was on hand to cele brate. The Taylor Gang head was picked to perform his home town anthem "Blackand Yel low" before kickoff. The performance included a sta dium full of Steelers fans joining him in the terrible towel twirl, but was not shown on network television. Amber Rose was seen hold ing his hand briefly before es corting her back off stage. Will Smith Reportedlv Remaking 'Annie' For Daughter, Willow Will Smith jacked the 198o's classic The Karate Kid last sum mer and cast one of his seeds J aden Smith as the star, and although there haven't been reports of sibling rivalry, the former rapper turned movie star is in talks to turn the 1982 hit Annie into a modern musical flick starring his daughter Willow Smith. While it has yet to be confirmed whether or not the music will be revamped into R&B, Willow's label head Jay-Z is also WILL And WILLOW SMITH said to be on board to be part of the soundtrack. Jay'sAnnie-inspired "Hard Knock Life" changed his career back in 1998 bringing hiin an entirely new audience. Last year Willow's "Whip My Hair" reached #11 on the Billboard charts boosting her pop appeal and making her a sure seat-filler in theaters as the film's lead. Will, who hasn't been on the silver screen since Seven Pounds is currently working on the third Men In Black movie.

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c: eath lists MR. LEON 'BUCKEY' Homegoing celebration for Mr. Leon "Buckey" Durant, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away Wednesday, January 19, 2011 will be held Wednesday, January 26, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend Ronald Williams, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Leon "Buckey" Durant, Jr. was born on December 11, 1982, to the late Lois McCray-Lamour and Leon Durant, Sr. He attende d the public schools _of Hillsborough County, graduating from Carver E xceptional Center. He was a member of St. Luke A. M. E. Church. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Louis McCray and Edward Durant, Sr. He leaves to cherish memories of him: father, Leon Durant, Sr.; sisters, Catina Porter and KaJuan McCray; brother, Corey Durant; grandmothers, Myrtle McCray and Fannie Durant; aunts, Ruby McCray, Shirl McCray, Kimberly McCray, Rita (Charles) 'Woodson, Mary Williams and Myra (Sherman) Jackson; great aunts, Sherby Scott, Rosa Sutton and Linda Kelly; uncles, Herbert McCray of Collins, GA; Patrick McCray, James Durant and Christopher Durant; niece, JeMeia Porter; nephews, Jhone--l?laza and Quentin Plaza; devoted cousins, Yashika Johnson, Kevin Johnson, Jr., McCray, Jr., Tonga Hart, Walter Scott, III, Jonathan Sutton, Terrance Sutton, Shannon Sutton, LaTasha Beard, Scionti Beard, Ruther Henry, Ebony Henry, D'Mario Henry, James Frazier and Horace McCray; devoted friends, Sylvia Dickson, Shalisa Dickson and Jayne Dickson and host of other sorrowing relatives and friends The remains will repose from' 5-8 p. m., Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 10:45 a. m., Wednesday. "A WILSON'SERVICE" www.wiJsonfpneralhome.com Let ourftunilytake care of:yourftunily. e are the keytoa fine andqlli!].ityservice" MR. WILL WELLS, JR., Mr. Will Wells, Jr., died Sunday, January 23, 2011, at St. Joseph's Hospital. He was the namesake and seventh of eleven children born to the late Will Wells, Sr. and Viola Richard Wells. He was born August 20, 1920 in Tampa. After graduating from Middleton High School, he attended Florida A&M College for a short while, where he studied tailoring. H e was a skilled tailor both independ" ently and in the employ of Wolf Brothers Fine Apparel. Will retired from Seaboard Coast Line Railroad after over 35 years of service Prior to securing a job at the Tampa site, he traveled throughout the country as a Pullma n Porter. He was a former member of New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church where Sunday School was his favorite. Throughout his life, Will was a mover, always finding his way around town. He held a longtime active membership in the Bellmen and Waiters Social Club. One of his greatest joys was watching sports on television, all of them; he spent his last hours watching football with his grandsons. His health began to fail about two years ago, but he continued to press his way. Will was preceded in death by: his wife of over 40 years, Fronie B. Wells; and 9 of the 11 Wells siblings., He leaves to mourn: a devoted daughter and son-in-law, Debra and Wendell Duggins; a sister and brother-in-law, Audrey and Robert Dawson; two grandsons, Duane Duggins (Natasha) and Wrandell Dug-. gins; 4 great grandchildren, Cameron, Jaylen, Brianna and Braeden Duggins; nieces, Gwendolyn (Les) Miller, Phan (Ron) Boston, Mininia (Darlee) Nelson, Theresa Baillou, Karen Anderson and Karen Walden; nephews, Norman Harris and (Emma) Dawson; a special cousin, Ernest Livingston of Atlanta, GA; a special friend, Mrs. Eunive Massey along with many other relatives and friends. Services will be held in the Chapel of Wilson Funeral Home on Thursday, January 27, 2011, at 11 a. m. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. The remains will repose at Wilson Funeral Home on Thursday, January 27, 2011, from 10-11 a. m. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home on Thursday at approximately 10:45 a.m. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJsonfuneralhome.com SIMON LOUIS PRATI, JR. (SPIKE) Simon L. Pratt, Jr., passed away on January 19, 2011. A memorial services will be held Friday, January 28, 2011 at 2 p. m. at the Florida Mortuary Funeral and Cremation Service, 4601 N. Nebraska Ave., Tampa. IN MEMORIAM EMANUELW. MURRAY, JR. 1/25/09-5/5/09 Mommy and Daddy loves you. DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT .ALBERTA MYRICK AMOS Homegoing services for Mrs. Alberta Myrick Amos of Tampa, who passed away on January 22, 2011, will be held on Saturday, January 29, 2011, at 11 a. rit. at New Salem M. B. Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue, Tampa. Woody's Funei:al Home will be handling her service. remains will repose from 4-7 p. m. on Friday, January 28, 2010. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 -.wilson-funeralhome.com Mrs. Mary Alice Wright, Tampa. Mr. Johnnie Blount, Jr., Brookly n New York. EASTSIDE FUNERAL HOME Mr. Walter Lee Wright, 913 E. 26th Avenue, Tampa. HARMON FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Tiffany Cousin,_Tampa. Mr. Melvin Joseph, Orlando. Mr. Lee Edgar Newsome, Tampa Mrs. Susie Smith, Tampa. Mr. Barry Vandunk, Tampa. Mr. Anthony Leroy Walker, Tampa. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Ms. J acquline Andrews, Bradenton, FL. Ms. Evan Bonaparte, Tampa. Ms. Mae Katherine Jones, Tampa. Ms. Hazel Petty, Tampa. Ms. Virginia Nell West, Tampa. Mr. illysses West, Tampa. Ms. Anna Wilson, Tampa. WILSON FUNERAL HOME Mr. 'Leon Durant, Jr., Tampa: Mr. Wendell Goo"dmon, Jr., Tampa. Mr. Franklin N D. Haigler, Sr., Tampa. Mr. Will Wells, Jr., Tampa. Mr. Steve Wilson, Lakeland. c.. )> z c: )> ::::tl -< 1\) 01 1\) 0 ..... ..... '11 r-0 ::::tl c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-m c: r r-. m :::! z 'lJ c: m l en % m c m < m c: m CJ) c )> z c '11 ::!:! c

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t.n N ii: < ::J z < ..., c en w ::J 1-Barricaded Suspect Dead; Kills Two OHicers, Wounds A u. s. Marshal At 7 a .m. Monday morning, two St Petersburg Police Offi cers accompanied a U S Deputy Marshal to a residence on 28th Avenue, South. The U. S. Marshal was trying to find Hydra Lacy, Jr., 37, and ar rest him on a warrant for ag gravated battery. Law enforcement officials said they had been to the residence on several occasions trying to lo cate Lacy, and did not expect to find him there Monday The officers and the Mar shal went to the residence to talk to Lacy's estranged wife, who indicated to them that he was hiding in the attic of the residence. Preliminary reports indicate C when the law enforcement offE ficials confronted Lacy, gunC fire erupted. At some point Z Lacy was able to get his hands < on the. handguns of the officers, and reportedly shot them their own handguns. It was reported later that 1-the two police officers were i%: and t_h.e Marshal is in w cntical condition. [ij Officials report that more c than 100 shots were fired at the residence. en Lacy was released from ::J prison June 5, 2008 after m ::l servmg 15 years on several 11. charges, including aggravated battery w ...1 ...1 ::l m HYDRA LACY, JR. On this most recent charge, police said Lacy's estranged wife contacted police and asked for help, accusing Lacy of domestic violence. At 2:25 p.m., it was con firmed that SWAT team mem bers had gained access into the house, and they found Lacy dead. It was not reported how Lacy died or what part of the house he was found in. Law enforcement officials had tired forcing Lacy out of the house by demolishing parts ofit. Hydra Lacy, Jr. is the brother of former world mid dleweight champion, Jeff w z i= z w en iCC c a: 0 ...1 LL. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 TIDIP8.Parl Plaza @ Nabrasb Ave. & scan St. -.. .... :: :: ?' j" ..... ::-: ::: s -:-... J. :"":J: ::e :Js:: e, .. .. s: ... ,e .. r; : .. :e: :: :;; ... 3 : .. : : .. ;: ; :: .. : ,. J' .. j:: ... : :" J :3. .. j .. : e = e r "l:: Anacker Identified JESULA DUGA WINTERHAVENA woman seen on video surveillance at tacking a 67-year-old woman on January 3rd has been identified and arrested. The attack oc curred at the ATM outside of the Public Store at 1395 6th Street in Winter Haven. Police said Jesula Edriss Duga, 28, was arrested at her home January 19th and charged with battery on a victim over the age of 65, violation of pro bation and resisting arrest. On January 3rd, police said Duga was at the Publix ATM when she got into a verbal con frontation with other patrons in line. The argument escalated and Duga reportedly grabbed the 65-year-old victim by the hair and threw her to the ground. She fled after the incident At the time of her arrest, Duga was on probation for a previous battery offense n Au gust 2010. Be The WiD Be Doing FuU Color Advertising Starting February 201 I! For More Infonnation And Pricing Please Call: (813) 248-1921 Cousin Of Dontae Morris Facing More Than 10 Felonv Charges On Sunday, Alaina Riggins, 26 was arrested by Hillsborough County deputies after a traffic stop. According to reports, Riggins was stopped after failing to use a turn signal. Deputies found a handgun, 72 bullets, marijuana and crack cocaine in the vehicle. Riggins now faces more than 70 felony counts, including charges for each of the 72 bullets found on her. Riggins is the cousin of Dontae Morris, who is being held in jail for the murder of five people, two of them Tampa Police officers. Riggins was being investi gated during the summer of 2010 because of her relation ship with Morris and she was later arrested with Morris' brother, Dwayne Calloway, at a motel on drug charges At the time, detectives were investigating whether Riggins was in touch with Morris while he was being sought by authorities. Riggins is the daughter of ALAINA RIGGINS former civilian Tampa Police employee, Carolyn Riggins, the aunt of Dontae Morris. Last year, Tampa Police Chief, Jane Castor, fired Carolyn Riggins after an in ternal investigation found she hindered the search for MQrris by not revealing her daughter's relationship with the suspect. Alaina Riggins is currently being held with her bond in ex cess of $614,ooo. Chase, Crash Ends With Suspect's Arrest Tampa Police report that an overnight high speed chase ended with the suspect crash ing the car into an. Ybor City business. According to reports, officers were pursuing a stolen car that crashed just before 3 a.m. at 19th Street and 2nd. Avenue into a business, Stack Design Officers at the scene report that the driver tried to climb out of the passenger window of the car after the crash, but was arrested. Louis Washington, Jr., 19, was treated at the scene for his .injuries, and transported to the Orient Road Jail. LOllS WASHINGTON, JR. Uncle Sandy Says Never allow yourself to 6, 9, 11, 14 be fooled into believing 18, 22, 25, 29 that you're perfect when 30, 33, 35, 39 you know you're far from it 44, 50, 55

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Classi-fieds II Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under signed, desiring to engage in bus i ness under the fictitious name of Tampa Bay Lions located at 10808 Air View Drive in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa, Florida 33625 intends to register the said name w ith the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 25th day of January. 2010. Sole Owner(s) Mom's For God Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under signed, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of New Believers International Church Inc. located at 2903 East Hillsborough Avenue, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa, Florida 33610 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida this 25th day of January. 201 0. Sole Owner(s) New Believers international Church Inc. lliWfRrallil CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR 'ADVERTISEMENT Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Euphoriaspot located at 8700 Southside Blvd., in the County of Duval, i n the C i ty of Jacksonville, Florida 32256 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporat i ons of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee Florida Dated at Tampa, Flor ida, this 25th day of January, 201 0. II Sole Owner(s) Franklin Ayetin Justin Mitchell EMPLOYMENT II Two Hair Stylists Needed For The Nail Gallery 322 W. Hillsborough Ave. Booth Rental Preferred Contact Dallas (813) 493-0099 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 Advantage. Applicants Should Send Their Resume To Sherry Gibson E-mail: sherry.gibson38@gmail.com For More Information Avon Representatives Needed All Areas Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) 270-6887 Needed Licensed Barbers Stylist Nail Techs And Estheticians Call (813) Work From Home No Selling, No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 Manufacturing Engineer H & S Swansons' Tool Company was founded in 1953. We are a leading edge Defense & Aerospace job shop specia l izing in the production of precision-machined parts from castings forgings and bar stock to meet our customers' most exacting specifications Our company has an immed i ate position available for a Manufacturing Engineer who will: Develop manufacturing process sheets Estimate jobs Work with production as required to get the job going Work with quality engineers to help develop quality plans Attend meetings to develop best methods to produce a part The successful candi date will have: 10 years experience with CNC machining 5 years exper ience in job planning and estimating Knowledge of tooling, fixture design, aerospace materials and CAD/CAM systems A general knowledge and interpretation of military specifications and geometrical tolerencing CNC programming experience would be considered a plus, but is not necessary Salary will be commensurate with capability and experience. Email resumes to human. resources@hsswansons.com or fax to 727 388-0765. EOEIAAIDFWP IFe>r ""V""e>._.r s ..... ""-=-------' [ ___ 1\11 .-:a ... t .. ...... ...... .... .... ... -=-a:> .. a:.lt c:.-..--=-!F.-:y"m .. r.t "-w.-.c..-. .. II 106 W. Floribraska Ave. Rent To Own Only $700.00/Monthly Ready For Move In Call 813-221-4457 Bridgette FOR RENT Temple Terrace Area 2 Bedroom /1% Bath Condo $700 00/Monthly Move -In Special Call (813) 960-1579 Adran Management, Inc. Gann & Gann Rentals Call For Rent (813) 229-8696 Or (813) 373-2515 2129 Main Street Store Front 806 Floribraska Avenue Room For Rent South Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 % Bath Townhouse Washer/Dryer Hook-up Fenced, Patio Section 8 Ready $850 00/Monthly Call (813) Section 8 Accepted USF Area Town home 2 Bedrooms/2% Bath $825.00/Monthly Includes All Appliances Also Available 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Apartment $625.00/Monthly (813) 417-3455 PPOR"(THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVE II -4 c:: m CJ) c c.. )> z c:: )> JJ -< N CJ1 N 0 '""" '""" "11 j" 0 JJ c )> CJ) m z :::! z m j" m c:: j" j" m :::! z -a c:: m j" en ::I: m c m < m JJ -< -4-c:: m CJ) c )> z c "11 JJ c

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