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-HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY r -' ct c -cc: 0 -.. .. ; / = / .. ; w -. 151Years CouplesT8 SEE PAGE 2-C / ... ied w eelletiH-VOL. 66 NO. 50 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11,2011 60 PAGES 75 Driver In Fatal Crash Faces Charges SEE PAGE 3-A Help Needed To Find Missing Man SEE PAGE 3 A Entrepreneur Sells Her Sauce At State Fair SEE PAGE 2-A RENAMING LIBRARY CEREMONY HONORS C. BLYTHE A NDREWS, JR. --Wednesday, February 9, 2011, a standing-room-only crowd of family, friends, elected officials and many others witnessed the renaming ceremony of the Col-m lege Hill Branch Library to the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. was CEO of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin and Grand President of -the Grand Assembly of Lily Security Benefit Association. He was also a community icon and leader in implementing social change. His widow and children unveiled the portrait that will be hung in the library. From left to right, children, S Kay Andrews, Publisher of the Sentine l ; C Blythe Andrews, Ill, President lS) and Comptroller; Dr. Susan Andrews Blanchette of Sacramento, California; business owner, Gayle Andrews of Tall ahassee; Dr. Nancy Andrews Collins of Litt l e Rock, Arkansas; and h i s widow, M r s. G l oria Adams Andrews.

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,.. c; Features ,.. ,.. > a: <( ::> a: m w LL Entrepreneur To Sell Her Sauce At State Fair BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor c 0: Several years ago, Ms. LL Rhonda "Momma Rhonda" Taylor never thought she would be testing a new product. What's more, she never thought that th e atten dees at the Florida St a te Fair would be her audience. However, when the fair opened on Thursday that is ex actly what she found herself doing. If the test market is re ceptive to her product, she could be well on her way to ac complishing her dream of be coming a business owner. In addition to the Florida State Fair, the product will also be tested at the Straw berry Festival. She stated Sweet Bay and C Outback will monitor the proD: duce and has expressed an interest if it does well. It is a z special sauce fit for meats, veg<( etables, and a variety of other foods known throughout the C community as Sock-It-2-Me f3 Sauce. Ms. Taylor's story has its > start about 8 years ago when a a: friend began selling food outside of local nightclubs. She W said he made sauce but, it was never quite right and she vol:::1: unteered Since that time, her Sock-It-2-Me Sauce has taken 9n a life of its own. ::> Since its inception, Ms. Taylor said the sauce has a i= loyal following that includes W such names as Warren ...J ...J ::> Sapp, Winky Wright, Darrell Jackson, and Cadillac Williams among others Ms. Taylor said she will be at the fairgrounds and the Strawberry Festival to pro mote her sauce. A Tampa native, Ms. Taylor is the daughter of Ms. Ann Jenkins and the late Tyrone Taylor. She gradu ated from Robinson High School in 1982. She stated cooking comes natural to her and that she de veloped an interest in cooking as a youngster helping her grandmother in the kitchen. If her venture into business is successful, Ms. Taylor plans to open a small neigh borhood restaurant. "Then I can help some of the kids in my neighborhood. Maybe I can give this something to do so that won't keep having neg ative encounters with the po lice." Ms. Taylor is the mother of 4 and grandmother of 9. She is a member of Faith Temple M. B Church In Tribute 01 An Icon C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR. PUBLIC LIBRARY BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer The memory and legacy of C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. continues to impact the city of Tampa and the people in it. Now, steps have been taken to ensure future generations will know him as well. Mr. Andrews' name is officially etched on the former College Hill Branch Library on E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. The renaming ceremony took place W ednes day at the library before a standing room only crowd of family, friends, dignitaries and community leaders. City Council Chairman Thomas Scott spearheaded the idea and feels this is a fit ting tribute to a man who has done so much "Just about every area has been touched by C. Blythe Andrews," he says. What a joy it is to re name this library. He lives on in his family and in the Sen tinel now he'll live on in the community." Mr. Andrews is the rea son the former College Hill Library ever existed. Before the facility opened in 1994, the closest library to residents in the area was the Main Li brary Downtown. The lack of a neighborhood library in College Hill prompted Mr. Andrews to draft a letter in 1988 to the Library's Board of Directors. He then worked closely with civic and elected officials to secure the land for the facility and the funding to build it. Former County Commis sioner Rubin Padgett was in office at the time. "When you elected Rubin, you elected C. Blythe Andrews, too. He d call me late at night and told me this is what we have to do." The process to build the library was far from easy. The mission was years in the mak ing, filled with great highs and devastating setbacks. At one point, funding was pulled when Commissioner Padgett lost re-election, but that did not stop Mr. Andrews. He galvanized the support of new lawmakers to get the ball rolling again. The end result benefits to all. "The significance of this library is that our history is etched in it," says his daughter and current Florida Sen tinel Publisher Kay Andrews. "College Hill rep resents who we are, the written word. It has impacted many lives and will impact lives over the next genera. tions." Illness claimed the life of Mr. Andrews one year ago, but in the words of Councilman Scott, "his voice may be silent today, but continues to ring loud and ring strong" for all those he left behind m ...J w z NEW TIME, NEW VISION, NEW DIRECTION i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL Ma Call (813) 443-0972 to serve as a volunteer or make a contributionl Visit www.ThomasScottForMayor.com for more information E-Mail: info@thomasscottformayor.com PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY THOMAS SCOTT FOR MAYOR OF TAMPA

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"T1 Features Driver In Fatal Accident Charged With 3 Counts DOl Manslaughter; 3 Counts of Vehicular Homicide l< "T1 m a;J c )> -< BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After several months of in vestigating, a Tampa man has been arrested and charged V\rith 3 counts vehicular homicide and three counts of DUI Manslaughter. The charges stem from a traffic accident that left three people dead in Sep tember 2010. According to police, the ac cident occurred at the intersec tion of N 34th Street and East Chelsea shortly after 8:30p.m., on September 2nd. Twenty-year old Ernest Smith, III, was driving the 2008 Dodge Charger. The passengers in the 2008 Dodge Charger, traveling southbound on N. 34th Street, were Patrick Cover, 30, and 21-year-old DeAndre Bugg. Smith struck a 1995 Buick Century, driven by 67-year-old Elder Walter Charles Givens as he attempted to cross E. Chelsea. His \'.rife, Mrs. Dione Givens, 45 and Ms. Helen Cummings, 58 were passengers in the Buick. Givens and his \'.rife were in the front seat of the vehicle and died at the scene. Ms. Cum. mings was ejected from the vehicle and died at Tamp a Gen e ral Hospital. ERNEST SMITH, III Charged with 3 counts of DUI Manslaughter and 3 counts of Vehicular Homicide Both Cover and Bugg were treated at St. Joseph's Hospital, police said. After the collision, the Charger came to rest near a pole, on the west side of 34th Street, facing south. The Buick came to rest in the parking lot of the former Honky Tonk Bar facing east Detectives said the event data in the recorder of th e Charger indicated that Smith was traveling 84 miles per hour when he approached the int ersection Blood tests admini s t e red at the hospital a lso revealed Smith was drivin g und e r th e influenc e of a lcohol. Smith was a rrest e d at his r esid e nce afte rnoon w ith-Help Needed In locating Missing Adult Tampa Police have issued an alert for a man reported missing by his family. Police report that Juanita Robinson was moving into an apartment in the 2900 block of Wilder Avenue Wednesday when her son walked away from the apartment at 2:30 p m. H e is a 25year-old mentally handicappe d man with a d e la ye d mental capacity. .Jermaine Earl Robinson, 25, has a thin build, weighs 190 pounds, and has short low cut hair. He was last seen wearing a long sleeve black shirt, black jeans and tennis shoes. Ms. Robinson called po lice when she could not find him after searching for over .JERMAINE ROBINSON ..... two hours. Police also have been searching, using a blood hound to track Mr. Robinson. There has been no sign of him since he walked away. If anyone has seen this man, contact the Tampa Po lice Department at (813) 2316130. ELDER AND MRS. WALTER (DIONE) GIVENS Killed in accident out incident, police said. HELEN CUMMINGS ... Killed in the accident Palmetto. Smith is currently being held at the Hillsborough County Jail V\rithout bond. Elder Givens had picked his \'.rife and Ms. Cummings up from Whispering Hope (for merly Su Casa) that Thursday evening. They were taking Ms. Cummings to her residence in Grant Park when the accident occurred. Butts, Ms. Susan Kendrick, Tracy Butts, and Travis Butts. Elder Givens was the father of three children, Walter, Jr., Andre, and Ms. Cecelia Givens-DeGree. After working for Gardiner Chemical Plant, Elder Givens worked as a Sanitation Worker V\rith the City of Tampa from 1974 to 1980. He was a native of Okeechobee The daughter of the late Johnnie Cummings and Mrs. Bessie Lee Cummings, of Bradenton, Ms. Cummings was the mother of three children, Ms. Sherra Daniels, illysses Daniels, and Ms. Chelsea Cum-"T1 Mrs. Givens had been working at the facilit y for less than a year. She and Ms. Cummings became friends A native of Ohio Mrs. Givens was the moth e r of four c hildren Ms. Shannon Ms. Cummings was a na tive of Palmetto, but was raised in Bradenton. She attended the public schools of Manatee Count y She was a member of Providen c e M B Church, in mings. She also raised two of her nephews, Maurice McDuffie and Marcus Cum-mings. Ms. Cummings moved to Tampa several years ago and had been an employee of Whis pering Hope Nursing Home for about 10 years as a Dietary Aide. AUTO FREE Professional Service 1.s Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Support and Help from the .-" beginning to the end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ... COMING SOON FREE SEMINAR I Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B. Inc. r 0 c )> en m z ::! z m r m c r r m ::! z ""D c: m r c;; :::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c "T1 c

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Local Youth Group Receives Generous Offer 01 Computers BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Thanks to Hillsborough Community College, and their property coordinator, Allan Davis, the Pure Poets society and their juvenile service com Juveniles Unite9 In A Con1munitv Effort(J.U I.C.E.), received a very important J.U.I.C.E. and Pure Poets founder, Sanford "Dr. Man" Harper, ITI, said have taken delivery of 32 and a copier, thanks "HCC has been very gener to me and my kids since the first day we started. I can't say enough how grateful we are for this donatio.n. The computers will allow us to stretch a lot further as to what we can do for the youth, and at the same time provide them with technical assistance they would otherwise never get." Dr. San Man said if neces sary, some of the computers will be given to some of the youth participants of his program. "My next effort will be to create revenue for uniforms this summer for the members of J.U.I.C.E. We will be covering the entire city looking for support." LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 DunPa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 ._,....._.. BuHdlng Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY StopFonclosure& REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Certified by State University All Job-Related In urles Change Treating yslclans *Collect Back Hostile Work Erivfronment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! (Exc:.pt'For Pure ntle VII c:;,..l Historv Makers Share_Their Storv Left to right: Charlie Owens, Hakim Aquil, Jarvis El-Amin, Fred Hearns, MicheiJe Patty and Bennie Holder. BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer A group of Tampa's Black History makers met to share their stories of struggle, faith and determination. Listeners tuned in by radio and to hear Fred Hearns, Elder Michelle Patty, Chief Bennie Holder and golflegend, Charlie Owens for Saturday's. edition of Honest Opinion, aired live on WfMP with hosts, Hakim "the Dream" Aquil and Jarvis El-Amin. Hearns oversees the Tampa Bay History tour and serves as a city historian. Patty is one of the first women to deliver a sermon in the pulpit of a Tampa Baptist church. Holder is the first Black Chief of Police in Tampa and the longest serv ing Chief in the city's history. Owens is one of the first Black golfers to play on the P. G. A Tour. The hour-long broadcast touched on a number of is sues, including the responsi bility the guests felt being Accident & Civil Rights FamilyLaw Appeals 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Ste 228 _...,.. ...,.._ .... __ WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 TIIIPI Plrl Pllza @ Nebraska Ava. & scan St. 'scf: : .r.: .. _, .. "' .. ..:: ... :. .:-'J.::.:-.c: .. :c'CIC,:,J:1C::JC J .... .. ;: J::": .. "the first." "It never was about being the first," says Chief Holder. "But, if you're the first, who did you bring up with you? I had to represent the entire city of Tampa and because I had_the opportunity to serve, this community is much better because we have diversity in the department." "The pressure is still there," says Pfltty, "because there are still a lot of churches that won't allow women in the pulpit." Patty recalls a time just four ago when she was invited by a fanruy to deliver the eulogy at a funeral. She says; "The pastor sent his deacon outto the car to inform me I could deliver the eulogy, but not from the pulpit. I took it in stride. I sent worn back that 1 could deliver the eulogy from the corner of the church or from the sidewalk. Interestingly, when we entered the church, no one was in the pulpit! Don't ask me_ why, but God didn't even allow that Pastor to sit in the pulpit. He sat' in the peWs behind my husband and me!" Owens turned pro in the late 1960s and says there were many lows during his journey. He recalls the times when he and other Black pro golfers had to change their shoes in the parking lot, while white golfers utilized locker rooms. But one incident that is forever etched in his memory is a time in the early 1990s when he showed up at the guard gate for a tournament. "The guard asked me who I was caddying for. I showed . him my badge and told him not all Blacks are caddies." Hearns says, "Discrimination still exists. Some doors have opened. Some had to be kicked down." He says it's important for adults and children to embrace their history. "Studies have shown when kids have a look at who they are and from whence they came, they dobetter."

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"TT Columns Editorials ::o FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN textstudentstheirhistoryles-"TT ( USPS 2021 40) h ld h m 2207 2 1st Avenue T ampa Flor i da 33605 (813) 248-1921 sons, t ey cou text t e an-Ill Published Every Tuesd a y and Friday By swers to their math test and ::t1 FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co they could text their home; M embe r of N ationa l New s paper Publi s h ers Association (NNPA) work. Just kidding. ::tl POSTMASTER : Send Addr ess Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 P e riodical Postage P aid A t T a mp a 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 Sub scriptions $44.00 -6 Months Both Edition s : 5 87 00 Per Year Both Editions. Opinions e xpressed on editor ial pages of thi s news paper by C o l umn1s t s or Guest Writ ers do not n ecessarily reflect the editorial stance of Th e Florida Sentinel Bulletin o r the Publ i s h er A Night With The Mavoral Candidates We thank Bay News 9 The St. Petersburg Times, and Blake High School for the recent City of Tampa mayoral forum, which provided a service that every voter or potential voter needs before making up his or her mind. We applaud mayoral candidates Rose Ferlita, Bob Buckhorn, Ed Turanchik, Rev. Thomas Scott, and Dick Greco for taking their time to face the public by allowing viewers to see and to hear our next mayor without rehearsal. And what did we see? Indeed, what we found impressive was the indepth knowledge of each mayontl candil;late regarding critical issues facing our community. Sound-bytes ricocheted like bullets with every-now-andthen a mortar shell. And who could resist the cat-fights between Ferlita and Turanchik, or the imbroglios between former Mayor Dick Greco and his political godson Bob Buckhorn? And most importantly, that African American viewers could feel proud as to how Rev. Tom Scott gazed into the camera and pounded home his ideas. However, beyond the cutesy moments or candidate gaffs loomed the question "Which one should we vote for?" The answer is simplistic. We must vote for the candidate who will lead us into the future and back to prosperity. Experience is a factor. Vision is a factor. Voting is imperative. Gov. Scon Robs Peter To Pav Peter Well, here we go! And don't say we told you so. Once again the adage, "be careful what you wish for" (or vote for) jangles like loose change in a broke man's pocket. Governor Rick Scott's budget proposal may well have come as a shock to many who voted fm him, hut it came as no surprise for many of us who have followed his mind-set since before he decided to run for governor. His plan to slash income taxes fo businesses while not touching any of the existing tax exemption already enjoyed by business interests and the wealthy, and then cutting funding for schools and asking public employees to take what amounts to a 5 percent pay cut to make up the difference sounds worse than so-called "robbing Peter to pay Paul." Instead, it sounds like rohhing common sense to soothe savage misunderstandings. Considering the fact many teaches and public employees have not had raises in 3 to 5 years in an attempt by governments to keep their staffs at a level of proficiency, we sympathize with their plights. However, what makes Scott believe business will use the $458 million in 2011-2012 cuts to hire workers instead of plugging the profit into their own personal paychecks or bonuses"? We wait for an answer. And while we are waiting, we say in conclusion, our new governor's proposal is drastic and callous. School funding should be left alone. Phasing in the employee contributions at a rate of perhaps one percent a year for five years is more reasonable and mme manageable for public employees. I 'extl-ng Good Or Bad On a serious note, if we -< could get students to master ::::: Admit it. the has ing each other. That is not all. their class work like they gone textmg crazy. They sit down to eat and they master texting, our children ::::: Adults, children and busieat with one hand and text would perform much better nesses are all busy texting with the other. in class, making better grades these days. This is especially They start texting in the and do very well on the FCAT. true of the children. The morning and text late into the While on the serious note, it world is so busy texting until night. For sure, our children may be a wise thing if parents I recently heard a news comare very efficient at texting. would cut down on the textmentator say that last month This madness with texting ing. his family texted over 7 milisn't just my grandkids. It is Our children need to put lion minutes an obsession that has at-at least half of the time they I know that is a lot oftexttacked children all over. The send texting on class work, it ing, but that is what the man sad part of all of this texting is would be beneficiary. Yes, we said. I have got to believe him that so little of it has anything live in the electronic age, but because I have two grandsons to do with education. both parents and children who seem like they text a mil-So many of our children need to understand that life is lion minutes apiece. These can text, but they can't excel more than texting, that eduguys text so much until they in class. I ask myself, how is it cation is a must and that walk around with the flip lid that children learn to text so there is a time and place for covers on their cell phones well? What it is about texting cell phones, texting, televiopen. that grabs their attention so sion and video games. I notice that they can be intensely? If we could unThe message here is for sitting on the sofa watching cover the real truth to this parents to limit the time their television, with some of their mystery, it would open a children have to text, and "TT r 0 lJ friends and without saying a whole new era in educating participate in other electroniC word, they are steadily text-our children. entertainment. 6 )> e Sole-Mari Speaks Bubba The love Sponge Rides Again T his time, give Bubba the Love Sponge Clem a new name. Call him "BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE FUNERAL BIRDDOG, and label former St. Pe tersburg Police Department Chief Goliath Davis as his first bite victim. Indeed, when it comes to Bubba the Love Sponge (also known as "Sarah Palin's possible )ong-lost half-brother"), the verdict is that once he says you hit your wife, you did, most certainly hit your wife (or she hit you)! Call him the Embarrassment King of Tampa Bay. For, that is certainly what Goliath Davis is calling him (with perhaps, a few other well-added expletives). It happened like this: Bubba the Love Sponge, who obviously attended the recent funeral services of St. Petersburg Police Depart ment's two slain officers, got wind of the fact that former SPPD Police Chief Goliath Davis, who obviously was not in attendance at the offi cers' funeral service, had how ever, attended the funeral service for Hydra Lacy, Jr., the man responsible for their deaths. And all of a sudden, SPONGE HIT THE FAN! "I have very, very good high-ranking sources in law enforcement who validated that [Davis] didn't attend the officers' memorial service," huffed and puffed the His Porous Majesty! Putting on his best rendi tion of Star Wars' Jabba the Hut, the Love Sponge growled at Goliath Davisin-absentia, "You are the for mer police chief! You probably had interaction with the officers who were shot. How can you not go?" Heads dropped. Hearts skipped beats. Arbitron rat ings executives scrambled to get a fix on radio-audiences' responses to the Sponge's "Barbaric Yawp!" But what the "Yawper" didn't know or care to dis cover was Chief Davis had indeed, atten(kd the officers wake. the day previous to the memorial service. And so, the situation dangled in the media like a hapless spider hanging precariously in the air by a thread and a breeze. But if you didn't read or hadn't heard, Chief Davis refused to respond to Bubba's harangues. He sim ply said, "I paid my respect to those officers and their fami lies. It doesn't' matter how. The families of the slain offi cers know how. It's not something I want to publicize. I don't have to give an account ing of my grief to anyone." en m z :::! z m r Ill c: r r m :::! z What is so fascinating about his comment is that anyone who knows Davis would probably agree that his comments were the most they'd ever heard Goliath say, all at once. Ill Be that as it might, what also is fascinating is the idea J: that a local radio wonk (who 2} is known to chase cars as well m as loose stories) would be al-fii lowed to attempt to stir up al-ready simmering emotions, not only between certain com-c! munities and the police de-m partment, but between C individuals within the pollee department, past and present. )> St. Petersburg Police De-partment Chief Chuck Har-., mon's words wherein he :!! admitted he could not accept C Hydra Lacy's family's apologies and condolences, still hung like wet clothes on the line between police and community relations in St. Petersburg. What a writer once stated about words being "the un kindest cut of all" could have been echoed not only throughout the cathedral where the St. Pete Police offi cers' memorial was held, but could have been heard and felt throughout every street and side street in the Tampa Bay Area. And then Bubba the Love Sponge added his two cents. Maybe, Bubba should shut up and take lessons in humility from his obviously long-lost brother. You know G) the one I mean: SPONGE-m BOB! t

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Tips For A Perfect Valentine Somewhere there is a guy reading this whose relationship is in deep trouble. And the funny thing about it is that he doesn t have a clue. In his mind everything is fine As long as he helps with the bills takes out the trash and engages in some form of sexual activity with his woman once-a week, in his book he's doing good. He doesn't know that his old lady is bored to te a rs in a rela tionship that's as exciting to her as removing navel lint. It s not that she doesn t love him, she just needs and expects so much more And the thing is he loves her also But somewhere along the way, he's forgotten how to show her. Now he's about to place the final nail in the coffin this weekend by making a half-ass effort to recognize Valentine's Day Instead of using the opportu nity to remind her of why she chose him in the first place "El Foolio" is going to show her how mucli he cares by giving her a withering ensemble of unidentifiable flowers and a cheap card he bought from the corner grocery store. To him, the gesture is a satis factory one. But the next day when he comes home to changed locks, he'll realize that he could/should have done a whole lot better. Don't laugh. For some of you this is the reality you 're also facing The best thing that ever to you could be fed up as well. But don't worry. The follow ing five-step blueprint will have her forgetting what a stick-inthe-mud you ve been for the last twelve months. Just remember, when you finish reading this, tear up the evidence so she won't find out where you picked up game Step 1: Start the Juice Flow Early --Surprise her with a trip to the nail and hair salon. Get her thoughts racing by telling her that you re pamper ing her because you want her to look her best for the spe cial evening you have pl a nned. Make sure you sa y th is loud e nough for at le ast on e other woman to hea r. Women love for other women to know that they have a man who loves them enough to do nice things for them You have just started the melting process Step 2: Perfect your scent -This is a very big, small thing. While she's getting beautiful, head to the mall and purchase that cologne she says she would love to smell on you Women are very attracted to pleasant aromas. Every sniff will turn her on again and she won't be able to resist putting her hands on you. Step 3: Secure A Gift--Go to the jewelry store and buy her something nice. 'You may want to stay away from rings unless you re ready for that big step. Placing a ring on a woman' s finger on Valentine' s Da y is serious. So be careful A nice necklace, tennis bracelet or set of earrings will do just fine. Give it to h e r under candle li ght and it' s a wrap. H ey, I n e ver s a id this would be inexp e nsive. You have a lot of m a king up to do Step 4: Plan Ahead -Making reservations is always a good ide a on holidays like this. W a iting lists at nice restaurants are always crazy. And nothing kills a mood quicker than wait ing for a table. When you call, request the best seating That means if it's live enter tainment, you want to be near 'the stage If there's water or a view of downtown, get a table by a window. Remember to always tip for good service. Nothing is sexier to a woman than being with a man who car ries it like a boss For added emphasis, get the house band to dedicate her favorite song to her. At this point she 'll be like putty in your hands Step s: Close the Deal With a Final Surprise --By now, all she 'll be thinking about is get ting y ou alone. Instead of taking it home for the evening, m a ke the excitement last by taking her to the suite you booked in the best hotel in town. When you open the door, have a dozen roses, the biggest I LOVE YOU" helium balloon you can find and a can of whipped cream waiting for her. What happens next, well, that' s up to you, player. One thing is for certain though, she won t hesitate to show you how much she appreciated the attention and that she was worth every penny. Happy Valentine s Day. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110018 ; Bennettsville F C.I. ; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville SC 29512; or b y email at Reality On Ice is b y the Florida Sentine l Bulletin Publishing Company. f: .. :-GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATidRNEYS AT LAW ERIC M MOORE, ESQ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MO"J:ORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS SLIP AND FALL, OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOUS IN URIES. OUR FIRM IS RATED BY MARTINDALE-HUBBELL, HEST RATING FOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAl STANDARD, WORLDWIDE 11/rlng If A L awyer All Important Da.vlclan That S hould N o t R a B ased So/e ( y U p o n Adw!rll.wm ent. Ruforo Y o u Dec / diu, A.tk U. T o Send l h u F REE W rltt;m b rf o r m atlmt About Our Q u a l ifica tion \ A11d & JK!riallcu. Local Some Public Housing Residents sav 'No' To Technolouv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When the Tampa Housing Authority announced they were installing Bright House Internet and Cable into all of their public housing units, the majority of residents thought it was a great idea. However, a North Boulevard Homes resident who identified herself only as Ms. Brown, said she wants no part of it They want to put cable in my unit and I don t want it They re saying we don't have a choice, and I don' t think that's right." Ms. Brown, along with at least three Robles Park resi dents all said they don't want the cable or internet service, and no one wants to listen to them. "If you refuse to allow the cable company inside your unit someone from the office will come and allow them inside, whether you want the service or not," said Ms. Brown. "It's like we don t have any rights at all." : T.H.A. Public Information Lillian Stringer, said they've spent millions of LILLIAN STRINGER T.H.A. Public Information Director dollars to provide cable and internet service to all of their residents "We're trying to move them into the 21st century by mak ing many of their tasks easi er. They can apply for differ. ent services online and even pay their bills." Mrs. Stringer said every household is scheduled to have the service installed, whether they want it or not. "Every unit will get a modem installed, and the residents don't have a choice in that . They can, however, choose not to use it, but the equipment will be installed." Mrs. Stringer said T.H.A. is also providing free computer classes for all of their residents. DEBT PROBLEMS GETTING YOU DISTRESSED? HOUSE IN FORECLOSURE, WAGES BEING GARNISHED? WE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 ASSET PROTECTION PAYMENT NEGOTIATION PROBATE &WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY IMMIGRATION PERSONAL INJURY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. Attorney law 109 N. Atmenia Avenue Tampa. FL 33609 (813) 264-8717 The hlrtng ot lwy..-I an llhclalon thet shOutd not be ltasM edftrtiM-.nt. Befor. ou dec: l ciMI ... k us to und FREE wr1n.n lntonnatton abovt ow and rtenc.! 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Local Hillsborough Countv's Black Heritage Celebration Honors 6 Businesses To commemorate Black History Month, Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will celebrate its 19th Annual Black Heritage Celebration on Friday, Feb. 11 at noon in Joe Chillura Courthouse Square, located across the street from County Center at 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa. In the event of in clement weather, the celebration will be held in County Center 26th Floor Conference Room The public is invited and encouraged to attend. This year' s program is "Black Business -Our History and Legac y" and p ay s tribute to Hillsborough County s six oldest Blackowned businesses, which in clude: Helping Hand Day Nursery, 86 years ; Ray Williams Funeral Home, 81 years; The Florida Sentinel Bulletin, 66 years ; Cole's Barber Shop, 65 years; .wilson's Funeral Home, 57 years; and College Hill Pharmacy, 54 years. Commissioners AI Higginbotham, Lesley 'Les' Miller, Jr., and Ken Hagan will honor each busi ness individually by introduction and presentation of a SPENCER ALBERT Proclamation County Administrato r Mike Merrill will present the annual L ega c y Award to Spencer Albert, r etire d Hillsborough County Execu tive Manager of Minority/Women and Small Business Programs. The Legacy Award recognizes former County employees who have made a significant contribution to County government and the community. During his 32 years of service with Hillsborough County, Albert implemented programs that promoted the growth and development of minority /women small busi-nesses. Ernest Hooper, local columnist for the St. Peters burg Times, will emcee the celebration and entertainment will be provided by recording artist Tim Richardson and Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office Deputy, Velma Glover. Immediately follow ing the program will be an ethic food sampling. The event will be cablecast live on Hillsborough Televi sion (H'IV) H'IV can be found on Channel 622 for Bright House Networks customers, on Channel 22 for Verizon and Comcast customers, c a n be view e d onlin e at: http:/ jwww.hillsboroughcounty.org/htv jwebcasting/ The annual Black Heritage Celebration is hosted by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners and the Black Heritage Celebration Committee. This year' s event is sponsored in part by Bright House Networks, Oriental Fish Company, Pepsi, and The Florida Sentinel Bul letin. For more information, contact Joyce Russell, Black Heritage Committee Chair at (813) 276-2637 ...... . County Sheriff's Office -813-247-8070 "TT :c c Black Historv Festival To Honor Women "TT m m :c c:: )> BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Saturday, February 19th from 11 a. m. until 3 p. m., a Black History Festival event will be held at the Sweetbay Supermarket, 8os East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boule vard Retired C?mmunity Ac tivist, Bill Sims, was going over ideas of how to celebrate African American heritage, and thought recognizing powerful women would be a great idea. "All that was left was for ine to find a place to hold an event. I met with the manager of Sweetbay, Marion Orr, and he graciously allowed me to have this event at their place." Among the women ex pected to appear will be Susan Valdez; School Board Chair-:c person, Doretha Edgecomb; < State Rep. Betty Reed; ::::: State Senator .Arthenia 1\) Joyner; City Council-woman Gwen Miller; Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor; U. S. woman Kathy Castor, and Congressional Aide, Chloe Coney. "We will have other women attending that will be recog nized, and we will also have special treats for the public, said Sims. Among the activities planned for the event will be food samples, free health screenings, children's activi ties, entertainment with a live DJ, history exhibits, giveaways, and more. Everything is free and everyone is invited to come out and have a great time. ..... "TT r 0 c )> en m z :::! z m r m c:: r r m :::! z ., c:: m r c;; % m c m < m :c < -4 c:: m en c )> z c "TT :c c

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,.... ,.... Communitv Garden Prepares For Second Harvest Celebration The 22nd Street H.O.P.E. Center BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Pastor Dan Dean opened the doors of Bible Truth Ministries and the c H.O.P.E. Center, his mission a: was giving back to the com muLL nity through service and deeds On Saturday, February 12th, ortsored by: NewProgressChoir#2 Sis., President a: o Michelle B. Patty "We have collard greens, carrots peppers, and cauli flower that will be harvested, then cooked up for everyone to enjoy. Whatever is left over will be given away to the people in the community. "We partnered with Urban Farming and Kraft, arid will join them again for another Spring crop. We hope this crop will be as big as our first in May 2010." The garden is mainta i ned by students and faculty of the H.O. P.E. Center and a group from the Nation Oflslam Everyone in the commu nity is invited to come out an d enjoy the harvest and cookout ii Guest Speaker UARY 13 Sunday, February 13,6:00 P.M. Tuesday, February 16-Friday, February 18,7:00 P ,M. Nightly Saturday, February 19,6:00 P.M. Sunday, February 20,10:00 A.M. Morning Service & 4:00P.M. d!tf8Rtf f/!ARI Of I 'llllfK{I. for more details: www.speakllfechurch.com Communitv Icon Seeks Others Who Took Partin Historic Event BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In the early 1960s an ed ucator unintentionally be came a part of the Civil Rights struggle in Tampa. Now, she is seeking others who may have taken an active role in changing the history of Tampa. Mrs. Curtiss Wilson couldn't recall the day, or the season of the year when she stepped into a restaurant chain and was served a meal. She does remember just how frightened she was and how she didn't want to partici pate. Mrs. Wilson was an ed ucator at the time and recalls the day the late Rev. A. Leon Lowry called upon her. "It was after the sit-ins and Rev. Lowry had several people lined up to eat at one of 7 chains that agreed to serve Blacks. "There was supposed to be about 30 people partici pating. But as the day ap proach, people started canceling. When he called me, I told him I didn't want to do it. I told him that if any one spit on me I was going to mess up his movement." Rev. Lowry assigned Mrs. Wilson and the late Waymon Jennings of Eastside Funeral Home to the Madison Drug Store. He assigned the late Clarence Wilson and the late William "Billy" White to eat at W. T. Grant, both loMRS. CURTISS WilSON Community Icon cated at Northgate Shopping Center on N. Florida Avenue. "It was a very frightening experience. I was so afraid that I had to drink water after every swallow. We felt like animals in a cage because we were seated next to a large window and people would stop and just stare at us. But nobody bothered us and the waitress was very polite and courteous," she said. Mrs. Wilson would like to invite anyone who participated in the event to contact her. She would like for those individuals to join her at the Young At Heart Seniors Ministry at St. Luke AME Church, Thursday, February 24th, from 10 a.m. until12 noon. Mrs. Wilson stated that the dining was held at 7 chain restaurants that included Madison Drug Store, W. T. Grant, Kress, Howard Johnson, and Woolworth. She THEME : uGod's Love Is Never Ending." 1 John a Attire: Red We Invite All Our Members, former members, and friends. St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 3708 E. Lake Ave. *Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 (813) 628-4622 (Pastor's Study) www.stmatthewohurch.com "The Church Where Lovs Flows Like A River" doesn't know who some of the others that participated in the event are because she was a last minute substitute Rev. Lowry only used adults for the event and planned it for weeks before it took place While looking through past editions of the Sentinel, an article published in the Saturday, January 27, 1962 edition revealed that then NAACP President Levy Turner, Charles Stanford, and H. N. Reddick were served without incident at the Howard Johnson's ner of Dale Mabry and Hen derson Blvd., on Wednesday, January 24, 1962. The men told the Sentinel that they were given first class seryice with a smile and remained in the estab lishment for 45 minutes. Restaurants in St. Petersburg had served Blacks three weeks prior to that without incident. A Tampa native, Mrs. Wilson graduated from Middleton High School and continued her education at Florida A & M University. After obtaining her B. S. De gree in Home Economics, Mrs. W'Ilson returned to Tampa. She was hired by the school district and assigned to Middleton High School. Mrs. W'Ilson said she left the school system after 21 years to join her husband at their family business, wn:.. son's Funeral Home. Black Facts Did You Know That_ Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson refused to give Muhammad Ali, who was a child and idolized him, an autograph. When Ali became a prize fighter, he vowed never to deny an autograph re_,quest. !" Allen Allensworth cre ated the town of Allensworth, California in 1908. It is the only California community to be founded, financed, and gov erned by African Americans. Jazz, an African American musical form born out of the Blues, Rilgtime, and marching bands originated in Louisiana during the turn of the 19th century.

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Local St. Peter Claver Alumni Celebrate 111 Years The 12th Annual St. Peter Claver Alumni Breakfast will be held on Saturday, Febru ary 26, 2011, 9:30 A. M., at O'Keefe Hall, at St. Peter Claver Church, 1203 N. Ne braska Avenue, Tampa. The Breakfast will mark the 11 ih anniversary of this historic institution where many of Tampa's and this na tion's most prominent citi zens received their academic foundation. Alumni and friends are encouraged to join others in this celebration renew old friendships and enjoy the camaraderie of sup porters of a place of pride. The speaker for the occa sion will be Alumna Evelyn Lewis, MD., Deputy Director of the National Medical Association/W. Montague Cobb Research Institute, At lanta, Georgia. Dr. Lewis is a native Tampan and re ceived her elementary and high school education at St Peter Claver and Academy of the Holy Names, respectively. Dr. LeWis will be intro-EVELYN LEWIS, M. D. ... Speaker duced by Dr. Paul L. Sheehy, Jr., St. Peter Claver Alumnus Festivities will feature the favored St. Peter Claver Spirit Girls, students who will per form movements of grace and godliness. Other high lights will include exciting give-aways and valuable door prizes Proceeds from the Alumni Breakfast will provide schol arship aid for students. DR. PAULL. SHEEHY, JR The Planning Committee is chaired by Joe Bodden, assisted by Barbara Gay, Luella and Herbert Carrington, Brenda Thompson, J a dee Davis, Shirley Thompson, Frances Sykes, and Sonja Garcia. Sister Maria Babatunde is Principal; Fr. Hugh Chikawe is Pastor. Alumni Breakfast tickets are available at the Church Office, (813) 223-7098. USA K PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS A Gospel Play . '%:'. : 'The.lones' . Sunday, February 13, 2011 4P.M. Minister Ronnie Lee Murray, Sr . Pastor, Freedom M. B. Church, Tampa Everyone Is Welcomelll I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfill all my will. Praise & Worship Girl Talk ........... ......... .,..,,,.....,,..,. Circle Of Lunch m m :::rJ c: )> :::rJ -< I"'" 0 :!:! c )> C/) m z ::! z m I"'" m c: I"'" I"'" m ::! z "'U c: m I"'" c;; ::::1: m c m < m :::rJ -< -1 c: m C/) c )> z c :::rJ c G) m c.o I )>

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Medical Billing & Coding llis degree program prepares you for entry level in the ind!Sry of M!ldical Biling and Coding. Medical Assisting 1M Medical Assisting Degree program prepares you for bOth the ofOCe and the examination room, increasing you opportunnies in the wond of healthcare. Applied Electronics Tech/HVAC Courew!Jk iricludes: Elecronic, Building Constructioo, Systems ConlrOO, flJr aJXI Refrigeration Theory, System Design And Much More ... TUII/Wtlllfll Electrical Trades Technology Includes Residential Wiring, Commercial Wiring, Troubleshooting and Service and Repair. (813) 654 608 East Bloomingdale Avenue Brandon, FL 33511 www.southerntech.edu Local Finalists Announced For Black Diamond Awards Ceremonv The Mt. Pleasant Standard Based Middle School family will present its 4th Annual Black Diamond Awards cere mony on Saturday, February 26, 2011, at the Don Thomp son Performing Arts Theatre located on the campus of Howard W. Blake High School. The academy style event begins at s:4s p, m. The Black Diamond Awards ceremony recognizes and honors African Americans in Hillsborough County who have made important contri butions to the community over the past year. Finalists for the 2011 awards are : Educator of the Year, Carolyn Hill and Pamela Scott; Religious Leader of the Year, Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps and Bishop REV. DR. C. P. EPPS BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK ALTON WHITE, SR. DR. VICTORIA KIRKLAND Eddie Newkirk; Business of the Year, DSI Black Pages and GQ Fashions; Civic tion of the Year, Carver City /Lincoln Gardens Civic Club and HillsbOrough County Branch NAACP; Amateur Fe male Athlete of the Year, Laurie Beaty and Amber Henson; Amateur Male Ath lete of the Year, James Wilder and Quentin Williams; Student of the Year, Joshua Grady and Jasmine Roberts. Humanitarian of the Year, Ross Anderson and Dr. Victoria Kirkland; Law Official of the Year, Deputy Sheriff James Gallon and Lt. Brian K. Gant; Citizen of the Year, SoJ\ia Garcia and Bob Samuels; Community Activist of the Year, Connie Burton and Jarvis ElAmin; and Unsung Hero of the Year, Henry Bell, Jr. and Ralph Smith. The winnE!rS from each category will be announced at the event. The highlight of the evening will be the presenta tion of the Lifetime Achieve ment Award to longtime community contributor, Alton White, Sr. Attorney Willye Dent, Janette Spencer-Davis and Aminta, WfMP's Midday Vibe host, will emcee the program. For additional informa tion, contact Mary Wynn at (813) 253-0053

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Local ,.... ,.... > a: <( ::> a: III w LL >= < 5! a: LL c a: LL c z <( c (J) w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w (J) ::::i III ::> D. z i= w ...J ...J ::> III ...J w z i= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ...J LL <( N ,.... w CJ Group To Host Series On Awareness BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Through the use of films and panel discussions Aim First Collective will be hosting its 2011 Carter G. Woodson Film Series. On Toda y (Friday) from 3 p. m. until 7 p. m., the film, "Life and Debt will be presented at the Taproot Community Cultural Center, 1405 Tiimpa Park Plaza (Nebraska Avenue). Aim First Collective is an organization founded by Dr. Kurt Young, Spoken Word Artist, LIFE and Uwezo Sudan. Dr. Young, an instructor at the University of Central DR. KURT YOUNG Florida for the past 6 years, said he knew he wanted to teach, but also wanted to get involved with political issues that affect the Black community. "In creating Aim First LICENSE SUSPENDED I REVOKED? For 5 years 0.1 o Habitual Tra// t c Offende r ( H T.O.) C.A.P.S. May able to help you get your driver's license reiaatated within 2 to 3 moaths, Instead or 5 years! For over 10 C.A.P.S. has helped people with suspended and revoked driver's licenses gets reinstated so they can drive legally and without fear. C .A.P. S does this by working with you, D .M.V., and the court system to address prior financial responsibilities, judgments, D W L S convictions. and other causes for suspension. Call C.A.P .s. to dar to schedule for a consultation. 813-2S0-0227 Pay11.eat plua are available lor tbae who qullfy. Do Not Drive ID Fear! Citation Aulataat Proaram Senlcu today for more Information Collective we wanted to bring important topics to the community we think are important to h elp and power in those communities." "The whole thing is about awareness and issues important to the empowerment of the Black community. That is a process, and shouldn't be taken lightly. Also on Friday (today) at 6 p.m. at the USF Gibbons Alumni Center, there will be a viewing of the Spike Lee film, "X." "We will explore the signif icance in our nast, present and beyond as it relates to Malcolm X," said Dr. Young. "We will also have a panel discussion with guests, Student Minister James Muhammad, Professor Reggie Eldridge, Professor Cheryl Rodriguez, and Professor Kwesi Densu." On Saturday at the Taproot Community Center, a documentary on Malcolm X will be seen, Malcolm X: Make It Plain, from 3 p. m. until 7 p. m. Panelists for that presentation will be Jarvis Ms. Iyapo Ngina, Dr. Young, and LIFE. "When you re trying to reach young people, yo u have to be direct and keep what you say in terms they understand." All of these presentations are free to the public, and everyone is welcome. For more information about Aim First Collective, call (813) 420-1177, or email them at 1aimfirstcollecjve@!mlail.com. In The Spotlight HANNAH Welcome to this week's Spotlight feature, the lovely Hannah. Hannah enjoys spendj.ng time with her friends and family, arid really enjoys bemg m fr.ont of the camera. Hannah aspires to a very successful businesswoman, and mind passing on her success onto others. When Hannah is relaxing she loves doing it in the privacy of her home with only those very special to her The man in Hannah's life must be a strong man with an unbreakable will and a fire that never burns out. He must also be and not afraid to take a chance every now and then. to Han-nah as this week's Spotlight featUre. -. :. If you're interested in bemg in the Beauty Unlim..' ited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact nunl.ber to: .ijohnson@flsentinel.com. AFFORDABLE Lin llVSUIWICB D From Ages 0 To 80! D From $2,000 To $2 Million D Just call, We'll Come TC? Valli H You. Or A FamfiY Member Have Any Insurance Gall Right Away! .---------.-----------...., To request your personalzed quote, complete below 1 -. PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY . : I Name: Address: 1 City: Zip: 1 Phone:. ( ) Email I Dat.Of, Birth AgeL.:.._:' 1 Mua Fen\ale l Amount Of lnatnnce $1 . .. y 1. Beneficiary r __ -.-all went coverage or1 .nf" cttlthn. I I Beat ,nme To ':. ' 1 Do You Need lnformation iOn: : . .' .1 Health 08nt81Maion? .. _ _ Cancer?-. -' CriticallllneM? .. --I .,._...Fa Fonn lb: I Or ,.,.u To: Prtnce a .Anocfte8 RO. 45088 lM:Ipe, FL 1 . .. 1 I-.-...a.

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Movie Reviews MOYlE REVlEWS" The Roommate-A college freshman becomes obsessed with her roommate. Must see for college students. No. 1 at box office. Made $15M. (Budget $16M). [***] The Rite-A Priest (Anthony Hopkins) and his son confront the forces of darkness. Hopkins makes this movie pretty creepy. Not for kids Made $23M. (Budget $37M). [***112] The Mechanic-A hitman (Jason Statham) and student (Ben Foster) set out to avenge the brutal murder of his mentor. Nice twist at the end. Violent. Made $2oM. (Budget $40M). [ ***] No Strings Attached-Lifelong friends, Adam (Aston Kutcher) and Emma (Natalie Port man) attempt to avoid falling in love. Enjoyed it Made $51M. (Budget $25M) [***112] The King's Speech Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush give Oscar worthy performances about a brother who would be King but his leadership is questioned because he stutters. Worth seeing! Made $83M. (Budget $15M). [****] The Green Hornet The Green Hornet's car and his sidekick Kato (Jay Chou) saved this movie. The Green Hornet (Seth Rogen) struggled for laughs. The 3-D special effects were great. Made $87M (Budget $120M). [***] The Season Of The Witch-A noble knight (Nichola s Cage) and his companion (Ron Perl man) battle a wicked witch (devil) in a bid to save the land. Pretty good scary scenes. Not for kids. Made $24M. (Budget $40M) [***112] Black Swan-A New York ballerina ente rs into a n int e nse battl e of wills a gain s t anoth e r dancer. A nice psychological, supernatural thrill e r Not for kids. Worth seeing! Made $ 95M (Bud get $13M). [***112] The Fighter Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale star in this ver y good boxing movie since the first Rocky Must See! Made $82M (Budget $ 25M). [***112] Fockers-In-laws Jack (Robert DeNiro) and Greg (Ben Stiller) go head-to-head again m th1s off-beat comedy that was surprisingly funn y Not for kids. Made $146M. (Budget $ 100M) [***112] True Grit-This well-written Western starring Jeff Bridg e s and directed b y the Coen brother s (No Country For Old Men) needed more action M a de $ 1 5 4M. (Budget $ 38M) [ * ] RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** -Average I -Wait For Video 24''-$5995 30"-$14995 $3995 20'' $4495 $5900 s -n. lJ Soap Operas ALL MY CHILDREN-Kendall's friends and family try to convince her to get surgery; memories come flooding back for Kendall; Griffin informs Bianca that Kendall could die during C: surgery. Kendall encounter$ a series of misfortunes; Annie gets l> into an accident; the Hubbards and Brot have a celebratory din-ner for Natalia. ..... BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Brooke confides in Katie about Thomas kissing her; Nick has difficulties dealing with his addiction and takes out his irritability on everyone around him; ..... Stephanie displays sensitivity toward Eric regarding Donna's remarriage. Nick is given another harsh warning from Dr. Lewis aboutchariging his lifestyle; Ridge witnesses an uncomfortable run-in between Brooke and Summer; Stephanie comes up with 1\) 0 ...... an idea of how to get through to Nick. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Daniel holds Jennifer's life in his hands; Carly tells Bo that she can't stand in the ofhirri and Hope; Kate's euphoric over an opportunity to get Parker away from Chloe; the Carvers invite Taylor to stay with them for the night. Impostor Rafe and Johnny return home from the hospi tal; Maggie encourages Melanie to give Nathan another chance; EJ and Sami share a warm moment as they remember Grace; Maggie, Doug, and Julie sit by Jennifer's bedside. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Dante considers resigning from the PCPD; Sonny reassures Brenda that nothing will stand in th e way of their wedding; when Lucky's trap goes awry, hearrests Siobhan. Carly tells Sonny the truth about Michael; Brenda discovers that her wedding dress has been torn to shreds; Luke finds Tracy getting arrested with his gem stash. ONE LIFE TO Brody suggests to Natalie that they tell John and Jessica they slept together before Marty can; Starr finally realizes she must tell Cole she has to move on; Ford vows to be emplo y ed before his Valentine s Day date with Langston : Bo threate ns to expose Clint's wrongdoings to the rest of the family; Rama plots her husband Vimal s revenge on Clint Buchanan ; Aubre y and Cutter fear that Clint knows everything. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Malcolm lashes out at Sofia ; Kay comforts Jill. Lauren learns about Jill s marriage; Devon and Neil try to help Lily ., r-0 lJ (/) m z ::! z m r llJ c: r rm ::! z IALS '. : ", ... .... ', .. : .. $145 :-"7. ,. ... $1?5

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0 Entertainment Waka Flocka To Become New Face Of Peta WAKAFLOCKA While Waka Flocka's known for his onslaught of tattoos and trademark dreads, one thing the ATL emcee is not known for is wearing fur. And now it seems that his penchant for body art has caught the eyes of the people at PETA who've signed him on to be the new face of their "Ink Not Mink" campaign. The campaign previously featured Taraji P. Henson, "Jackass" star Steve-0, Mario and singer Chester Bennington of Linkin Park. The rapper' s publicist has confirmed that Flocka will star alongside Lady Gaga, Pink and Mariah Carey for the ad on Feb. 22 in Los Angeles, CA. Trev Songz Hit With Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit TREYSONGZ R&B heartthrob Trey Songz has felt the passion and pleasure of the music industry and now the Virginia crooner may have to feel some pain in his pockets if a DC based production company has their way. The company has filed an $18 million law suit claiming they own the rig hts to the hit song "Bottoms Up" perform e d b y Trey Songz and Nicki Minaj, but were never compensated or credited with making the track. Derrick Price, Doc Mob Records and IHip Hop Music filed the lawsuit February 2 in the Southern District of New York, which claims Doc Mob hired producer Milton James aka "Tony Scales" to produce the original, copyrighted track for "Bottoms Up for his company, Doc Mob Records. (813) 988-7037 Open at 9am 7 days a week 4707 E. Busch Blvd. Suite 103. Tampa, FL 33617 RZA Claims No Beef With The Game, Will Not File Lawsuit RZAvs.GAME Cali rap vet, The Game was concerned that Wu-Tang Clan's RZA may have been filing a lawsuit against him for a song released on his Purp & Patron mixtape. RZA reached out to MTV to clear up the rumors about the son g "Heartbreaker which features Lil Chuuuch. He let p eo pl e know there is no beef over the song and all will b e r eso lv e d. Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers Naturi Naughton To Plav Plavbov Bunnv In NBC Drama Actress Naturi Naughton is set to grace television sets now that she's been cast as a lead in a new NBC drama. The former 3L W singer will play "Brenda" in the pilot for "Playboy, a drama based around Chicago's Playboy Club in 1963. Brenda is described as a "stunning waitress" at the club looking to become the magazine's first Black center fold. Alongside Naughton, "Zombieland" actress Amber Heard will play "Maureen", a new hire at the establishment. NATURI NAUGHTON 'Playboy' will be directed by Alan Taylor. Naughton was previously featured in "Notorious" where she played the role of Lil Kim. John Legend To Join Sade On Summer Tour Sade is prepping for her North American tour and announcing new dates. In addition to a new schedule, the soul singer is also announcing the addition of John Legend to her lineup. Legend and Adu will headline in Baltimore on June 16 before making stops in New York, New Jersey, Canada and California. SADE And JOHN LEGEND Check out Sade and John Legend's tour dates below. July 17 -Orlando, FL Amway Center

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Entertainment ::c Simmons Breaks Down The Janet Jackson Rickv Ross Welcomes Wale Ingredients Of Being 'Super Rich'-Moves On From With A $44,000 Cartier Michael's Death throughout his years pioneer ing everything from hip-hop music to hip-hop fashion and now the mogul is relaying his knowled ge in his new book. As a part of the promotion tour Simmons is stopping b y bookstores across the nation to spread the word. He recently made an appearance at the Books & Books in Miami, FL to RUSSELL SIMMONS interact with fans and give away some of the information Russell Simmons has acin his book about how to be quired an abundance of wealth come, Super Rich. 50 Cent Makes Historv Going 81 Platinum the debut album that received critical acclaim, also r eac hed the 8 times platinum mark. Back in February of 2003, Get Rich or Di e Tryin' debuted at number one on the U. S. Billboard 200 chart, selling 872,000 copies in its first week and ending up at 6 million sold -that sa me year. 50 CENT 50 has never been able to match those numbers again It's no secret how 50 Cent's but he can boast that he now Get Rich or Die Tryin' mission has the fourth best-selling rap turned out for the Queensalbum ever with that first rebred millionaire, but recently lease. JANET JACKSON NEW YORK-In a network television exclusive, Meredith Vieira sat down with Janet Jackson to discuss her new book, True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself The interview will air on Friday, Feb. 11th and Monday, Feb. 14th on "Today" and Sunday, Feb. 13th on "Dateline NBC". Jackson talk s about her personal m o urning process following her brother Michael's death. "I was in Pari s and it was one of those moments At some point you have to move on and trying to do that be come very difficult. There's still not a da y where I don't think about it. Not one day she said Jackson went on to talk about how she spent a night watching all of his videos and listening to his songs. --.00 Unlimited nk Bands From 9-11 P.M. 25 & Up To Sip & Dip Tight Security 813-506-2099 813-333-8841 Rick Ross has picked up DC rhyme slinger, Wale, signing him to his Maybach Music imprint. Ross also had Dang design a $44,000 black-diamond Cartier watch for Maybach's newest signee as a token of ap preciation for joining the "winning team." "Same music, better energy." RICK ROSS And WALE Halle Berrv: Daughter Nabla Is Black From one Drop Rule' A simple split has become a nasty race war, and now it's going back to the ugliest time in American history. Halle Berry and Gabriel Aubry, battling for custody of their daughter Nahla, have both thrown some mud, but after word about Aubry's al leged racism got out Berry is firing back. In a new interview with EBONY Magazine, Berry says "I feel she's Black. I'm Black and I'm her mother, and I believe in the one-drop the ory." That goes against the wishes of Aubry, who, al-HALLE BERRY legedly, doesn't like when peo ple call Nabla Black. That's inconvenient for Berry, who, according to sources, told Aubry he was on:ly good for one thing -sperm of a different genetic makeup than her own. 4121 N SOT!! STREET, TAMPA Fl FOR INFORMATIOit. (813) 207i003 LIVE ENTERTAINMENT BY SHAWN BROWNIDUNDU DOLE URBAN BAllET & WALTON ACADEMY "VOICES OF INSPIRATION COOOAILS 6:30PM 7:30PM Pito6RAM STARTS @l'OOPM TICKETS: (BUFFET SHOW
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,.... ,.... ii: <( :::J a: m w LL A Pair Of Local Athletes Make Parade's All-American Team c ANTHONY CHICKILLO When Parade Magazirre released their list of high school football players who were honored as All Americans in their publicae tion, a pair of Hillsborough 0: County athletes were on the LL roster. Alonso High School was <( represented with defensive end Anthony Chickillo. c Chickillo, 6 '3" 240 ffi pounds, has committed to ::::> attend the University of 1-Miami, making him a third iJ: generation Chickillo to W attend the South Florida > W school. C Chickillo recorded 18 w l: en ::::i m CHRIS MOORE sacks this past season and was named MVP of the Under Armour All American game played at Tropicana Field. Chris Moore, the other local player selected, made the best of being on the rE)ceiving end of passes from record setting quarterback, Quentin Williams. Moore, who has committed to attend the University of Cincinnati, was the leading receiver .on the Class 3A State Champion Jefferson High School team. He finished his season with 1,572 receiving yards and 22 touchdowns. :::J D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::J m Packers-Steelers Super Bowl Sets Ratings ...J NEW YORK -For the sec-W ond year in a row, the Super Bowl has set a record for z American television viewing. The Nielsen Co. said <( Monday that an estimated e 111 million people watched a: 0 ...J LL the Green Bay Packers outlast the Pittsburgh Steelers in professional football's ultimate game. That tops the 106.5 million who watched the 2010 game between New Orleans and Indianapolis. ., 9" Roller ...................................... $1 50 nt Brushes ........................................ 99. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Oklahoma State's Williams Faces Rape Charges STILLWATER, OK. -Oklahoma State suspended starting forward Darrell Williams on Monday after he was charged with four felony counts alleging he inappropriately touched two women without their consent. Williams, 21, made a brief court appearance after he was charged with one count of sex ual battery and three counts of rape by instrumentation. Several players including fel low starters Keiton Page and Jean-Paul Olukemi, came to the courthouse and sat next to Williams in a packed courtroom or waited outside for his hearing to finish. According to court documents Williams. is accused of holding two women against their will while he reached into their pants at an off-campus party Dec 12 that lasted into the following morning in Stillwater. Two of the rape by instrumentation counts involve the same woman NFL sweetens oner To 400 Displaced Fans From Super BoWl Ill NEW YORK The NFL has added a second option for the roughly 400 fans who had to give up their seats at the Super Bowl: They can choose to attend any future Super Bowl instead of being limited to the 2012game. The league initially said Sunday it would give $2,400, three times the face value of the ticket, to the fans who were forced to watch the game on monitors or use standingroom platforms after some temporary seating sections were not completed in time. On Monday, Commissioner Roger Goodell said those fans also would receive tickets to next year's Super Bowl. Then on Tuesday, the NFL announced the fans could choose instead to receive a ticket to any future Super Bowl, including next year's, along with round-trip airfare and hotel accommodations. If fans choose that option, they will not get the $2,400. They can wait until after the conference championship games each -season to see whether their favorite team reaches the Super Bowl. Dallas Mavor Disavows 'Kev Presentation. To Michael Vick DALLAS --The Mayor of Dallas says he did not sanction giving Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick a "key to the city." Vick won The Associated Press Comeback Player of the Year award this past season, his second in the NFL since serving 18 months in prison for operating a dogfighting operation. Mayor Pro Tern Dwaine Caraway presented the key at a ceremony in Dallas last week. In a statement issued Monday, Mayor Tom Leppert distanced himself from the gift. "The action taken was not sanctioned by my office and was not an official ceremonial honor on behalf of the city of Dallas," he said He said "official keys to the city" are presented by the MICHAEL VICK mayor or an elected official designated by the mayor and are -reserved for "an elected official of international status." "Clearly, this was not the case in this situation and one without my knowledge or approval," he said

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Sports James Has 'A lot Of Business' woods Heads To All-Stars Pierce, Allen, ;H On All-Star Agenda Durant Among 3-Point MIAMI .LeBron James will spend pari of hi s All-Star weekend playing, some of it listening -and if the mood strikes, h e might do some talking about the NBA's financial future as well. The Miami Heat forward and two-time reigning NBA MVP reiterated Tuesda y that he' ll be part of the discussions in Los Angeles late r this month about the l eag u e's future. The NBA 's collective bargaining agreement is set to expire on June 30, and there's widespread concern around the league about a lockout and possibly a disrupted 2011-12 season. ''I'm not just going out there for the game," James said. ''I' m definitely going out there for business I will b e a part of the l abor talks E ve n though it's a huge game going on Sunday, there's a lot of business that n eeds to be taken care of too." Giv e n how far a p art the LEBRON JAMES sides a r e, it's doubtful that any m ajo r progress could b e made from the talks in Los Angeles. The NBA has said it expects a loss of about $350 million this season, and Commissioner David Stern said in October that owners want t o reduc e pl ayer sa lary costs b y a b out $750 to $8oo million annually. James. i s one of the l eag u e's highe s t-paid players s i g nin g a deal with Miami la st summer worth rou g hl y $110 millio n over s i x years. MICROS KINKY TWISl SENEGALESE TWIST DREDS; CORN ROWS SINGLE AND MUCH MORE!!! ell: 813-Continuin9 Education, 16-Hr Braiding Certification And Technique Courses Call (813) 935-4514 TIGER WOODS Tiger Woods hunts for his first victory of the year this week in the Omega Dubai De sert Clas sic at the Emirates Golf Club. A two-time winner of the Dubai, United Arab Emirates, event, h e h as n ever finished outside of the top fiv-e. Woods' previous triumphs came in 2006 and 2008. Woods-who tied for 44th in hi s 2011 debut t wo wee k s ago at the Far m ers In sura nc e Ope n in San Diego will hav e a specia l pro-am partner this week H e will play with Lieutenant Colonel Michael Rowells, w h o was se l ected from 16,000 amat eur golfers aro und the wo rld w h o registered online. Rowells was pick e d by Mohammad Yahya, a l o n gti m e sponsor of the tournament. Appeals Coon Won't Block suspensions KEVIN WILLIAMS And PAT WILLIAMS MINNEAPOLIS T h e Minneso t a Court of Appea l s rule d Tu esday that it won't perma n ently block the NFL f rom suspending Vikings defensive tackles Kevin Williams and Pat Williams for v i o l at in g th e l eague s a nti doping policy. Barrin g a noth e r appea l th e rulin g appears to cle ar t h e way for th e NFL to suspend the p l aye r s, whi c h it h as b ee n tr y ing to do since both t es ted pos iti ve for a banned diuretic in 2008. T h e players have be e n fightin g t h e ir s u spensio n s a nd cou ld appeal th e latest d ec i s i o n to the state Supre me. Court. P eter Ginsberg, an attor ney for both play e rs, said ea rly T u es day h e h ad not talked to hi s c lient s and wasn t sure whethe r t h ey would seek a noth er appeal. Contest Panicipants NEW YORK-Paul Pierce will defend his 3-point shootout title against a field that includes fellow Boston Celtics All-Star Ray Allen and NBA scoring leader Kevin Durant of Oklahoma City. Allen is on the verge of becoming the career leader in 3 -point e r s made. He won the title 10 yea rs ago while pla ying for Milwaukee. Pierce was the champion last year in Dallas, scoring 20 points in the fi"nal round to beat Stephen Curry. The remainder of the field announced Tuesday is Miami's James JoJ;J.es, Golden State's Dorell Wright and Cleveland's Daniel Gibson. ...... ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... The 3-point contest will be part of All-Star events on Feb 19 in Los Angeles. 5 :::0 takers Join 'Melo,Talks en m z Ah, mor e 'Melo stuff. News of t a lks" between the Laker s a nd N u gge t s in a de a l that would invo l ve Carmelo Anthony and Andrew Bynum. Anthony would be willing to sign an exte n s ion with th e Lakers. But report s say that building the right deal for Denver wou ld h ave to involve a third team more money goi n g out on th e N u ggets' side and a t least one draft pick f r o m a club other than the Lakers. :::! z m r-Ill c r rm :::! z ""C c The Lakers and Nuggets C have reportedly discussed a en deal that would involve ffi Andrew Bynum and Carmelo C Anthony. Rov savs He's Ready, To Return m < m :::0 -< -t c m en c PORTLAND, Ore. Guard Brandon Roy i s returning t o practice and wan t s to rejoin the Trail Blazers as soo n as this weekend, but h e 'll ha ve to prove him se l f first. Portland' s three-time A ll Sta r h ad arth ro scop i c s ur gery o n both of his knees jus t three weeks ago and coach N says wants to see Roy at wor k before makin g a deci s ion. l> z c :::0 c

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Funerals/Memoriam a: <( :::> a: m w u. >=' <( c a: u. MRS. GLORIA RUBY MITCHELL Homegoing services for Mrs. Gloria Ruby Mitchell, who passed away on Saturday, February 5, 2011, will be held Saturday, February 12,. 2011, at 11 a. m. at Greater Mt. Carmel A. M. E. Church, 4209 N. 34th Street, with Rev. Charles Cloy, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Mitchell was born ><( 5 1950, in Tampa. Mrs. Mitchell was a member of C Greater. Mt. Carmel A. M. E. ff Church. She retired from Honeywell . She was preceded in death <( her husband, David <(> Sr.; parents, Ben-Franklin Bryant, Sr., C and Curtis Lee Bryant; sister, ffi Lillian Jean Evans; and sister:> in-law, Dorothy Miller. 1-She leaves to cherish her memories: children, David a: Mitchell, Jr., and wife, W Melody of Nashville, TN, and Gj Kimberly L. Mitchell; grande children, Jasmine Johnson, w Antonio Tillman-Mitchell, :I: Raven Mitchell, David Favor, CJ) Roosevelt Mitchell, Lexus :J Mitchell and Ashantia m Mitchell; great grandchild, :::> Cameron Tillman; brother, ll. Benjamin F. Bryant, Jr . ; sisz ters, Joyce A. Sykes and husi= band, Leroy; sister-in-law, W Antoinette Patterson; aunt, ::::J Christine Richardson; nieces, :::> Lawanda Miller, Twanda m Evans, Maria Miller, Tangela ..J Andrews and husband, CharW lie and Belinda Monzon and Z husband, Francisco; i= nephews, Reginald Bryant, Z Larry Miller, Antonio Miller, W Paul Patterson, Jason Sykes CJ) and wife, Dawn, Antonio ur h .un i ly Can Meet Your Fan1ily\ Needs birth to a healthy baby boy (Le1oy, Jr.), despite receiving strong warnings from doctors that she would not live to see the baby graduate from high school. On November 22, 1988, they were blessed with a second son, Darien. Immediately after the birth of Lee, the family was transferred to Germany where they spent 3 years on a tour of duty. Not only did she get the chance of a lifetime to see Leroy, Jr. graduate from high school, but the Almighty Father blessed Angie to. see Leroy, Jr. graduate from college. She was abundantly blessed to see your younger son, Darien graduate from high school and enter college. On October 11, 2010, Angie and Leroy, Sr., welcomed into the world her first granddaughter, Rayleigh. Ange's Lee. On Sunday, January 30, 2011, Angie told her husband and her mother, "I am ready, take care of yourselves." On February 1st, heaven opened its gates.and God welcomed another angel into His Kingdom. In her early years, she was a member of the First Missionary Baptist Church in Seffner, FL, and upon moving with her husband and family, she served faithfully until her demise at Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church (Reverend Woodrow Wilson, pastor) in Panama City. She was also a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She leaves to celebrate her homegoing: a loving husband, Reverend Leroy Wallace, Sr.; sons, Leroy, Jr., Houston, TX, and Darien Mikal, Panama City, FL; a very devoted who was always by her side during her time of illness, Mrs. Roxie S. Johnson, Seffner, FL; a loving sister, Dr. Doris J. Haynes and husband, Reverend Dr. Willie J. Haynes, Valrico, FL; a granddaughter, Rayleigh; a nephew, Willie J. Haynes, II; and a host of cousins, in-laws, aunts and uncles; sisters in Christ, Ida Booth, Margaret Booth and Tammy Rhone; and extended family and friends, including a special friend and classmate, S ylvia Jordan of Seffner, FL. The family may be contacted at (850) 8 71-6265, (850) 774-3625 and (813) 766-5836. Final service in the care of Vann Funeral Home, 4265 St. Andrews Street, Marianna, FL. 32448, (850) 482-3300. "EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME'' IN MEMORIAM MATIHEW IGLES 2-13-10 It's been one year since you left us. We miss you so much. Sadly missed by: wife, Joy; daughter, Tessia; brothers, s isters and other family members. MRS.FLORA MAE DAVIS Homegoing services for Mrs; Flora Mae Davis, who passed away on February 4, 2011, will be held Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 11:30 a. m. at Deeper Life Ministries, 3300 North Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, 33605, with Bishop M. B. Jefferson, officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, 33610. Mrs. Flora Mae Davis was born March 10, 1926, in Bartow, Georgia. In 1935 she and her grandmother, Flora Palmer along with Flora's sons, George and Samuel moved to Tampa. She resided here until her demise on February 4, 2011. She was the wife of Doc Davis who preceded her in death. She had four children two of which preceded her in death, Hazel and Rudolph. Mrs. Flora Mae Davis was a woman that really enjoyed-life, and was a fun loving lady._ She was preceded in death by her, husband Doc DaVis, her parentS, Willie M. Palmer and Sylvester Washington; children, Hazel Garrette and Rudolph Garrette; grandson, Anthony A. Bell; and sisters, Sarah L. and Georgia M. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Barbara D. Cobb and husband, Johnny; son, Anthony Bell and wife, Mary; brother, Roy Mosley and wife, Annie; grandchildren, Darrell Bell and wife, Artensie, Kevin Bell and wife, Tia, Sean Bell.and wife, Darlene, Duran Bell and wife, Josette, Gerard B. Andrews, Rudolph Garrette, Jr. (DyeRhonda), Antonio B. Garrette and Renita Robinson; 16 great grandchildren, and 4 great-great grandchildren; nieces, Shirley Thomas and husband, Alphonso, Gwen Poole and husband, Bernard, and Jackie Mosley; nephews, Elijah Johnson and Robert Mosley; a host of great nephews and great nieces, Alvin, Willie, Tracy, Kelvin, and Brian T.; friends, Mrs. Rosa L. Cobb, Mrs. Alice Corbett, Mrs. Cora Parham, Stanley, daughters of the heart, Sandra, Patricia, Ernestine, Victoria, the Davis family, the Cobb family, the Lily family; a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. Visitation for Mrs. Flora Mae Davis will be held this Friday evening from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 North 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends planning to attend the home going service are asked to assemble at the church at 11:15 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL

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MRS. LOUISE C. FLOWERS Mrs. Louise C. Flowers of 3505 N. 20th Street, Tampa, 33610, passed away Sunday, January 30, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, Rev. Rayford Harper, pastor, with Elder Norman L. G. Flowers, Sr., Pastor of Valrico Word of God Ministries COGIC, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Louise Flowers was a native of Charleston, South Carolina, and a resident of Tampa for 52 years. She attended public School in Charleston, SC, and was a member of Valrico Word of God Ministries Church of God in Christ, Inc. She was employed as a registered nurse at Kemon's Su Casa Retirement Center for several years before lihe retired. She was preceded in death by: husbands, Mr. Ezekiel Black, Sr. and Mr. Norman R. Flowers; and siblings, Harry Graddick and Martha Graddick. She leaves to cherish her memory: sons, Alfred Black (Robin), Ezekiel Black (Tranda), Richard Black, III, James Flowers, Elder Norman Flowers, Sr. (Lisa), Eric Barnett (Valencia), and Marcus McClendon (Kierra Morris); daughters, Helen Graddick, Beverly Mitchell, Norma Flowers, Vanessa Flowers-Robinson (Reginald), and Josie Black; grandchildren: Alesia, Valerie, Ferman, Venicia, Ernest, Jr., Kia, Alysia, Norman, Jr., Vania, Clarence, Jr., Latoya, Danielle, Ransom, Theotis, Kimes, Jr., Theodius, Theodora, Michelle, Starr, Jeremy, Michael, Sharon, Alfred, Jr., William and Mario Flowers; a host of great grandchildren; siblings, Tony Graddick, Joseph Graddick, Rose Bridges, Margaret Graddick, Mirrian Attony and Joanne Graddick; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p.m. Friday, February 11, 2011, at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, and the family will be receiving friends at this time. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com CORRECTION In the Friday, February 4th edition, a story was published about the deaths of Ulysses West and Wendy Walker. The photo in the article was of Ulysses Jones, not Ulysses West. MR.KALVIN BURNETTE JONES Kalvin Burnette Jones, 56, of Lutz, FL, died Saturday, February 5, 2011. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, with Rev. Michael Bouie, pastor, officiating. Interment will take place at Rolling Hills Cemetery in Winter Haven, FL. Kalvin was born August 20, 1954, in Winter Haven, FL, to parents, Enoch and Lizzie Jones. He was the youngest of four children and accepted Christ at an early age. Kalvin was raised in the church and was a long time member of Allen Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church in Tampa. After graduating from the University of South Florida, Kalvin made Tampa his home. He was a proud member of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity and had a successful career working for Sears Roebuck and Company, United Parcel Service and Coca Cola. Kalvin will be missed by: surviving family members and friends, including a sister, Karetha McKenzie (Manzie) of Winter Haven, FL; two brothers, Jerome Jones (Gwen) of Valrico, FL, and Lester Jones (Jackie) of Apopka, FL; aunts Dessie Addison of Winter Haven, FL, Lena Mae Brinson of Buffalo, NY, and Edna Mae Brinson of Monticello, FL; uncles, James and Paul Jones of Monticello, FL; a host of nieces and nephews; a goddaughter (Brittany Morgan); and special friends, Pamela Dorsey of Tampa, Anthony Morgan (Pamela) 'of Bloomingdale, FL, and Herbert Jacobs of Tampa. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, February 11, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Expressions of condolence can be made at www.raywilliamsfuneralbome.com MOTHER GEORGIA REAUX Mother Georgia Reaux, of 2009 25th Avenue, passed away Thursday, February 3, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Cathedral of Faith Church, 6304 N. 30th Street, with Bishop James H. Howell, Pas-. tor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mother Georgia Reaux was a native of Magee, Mississippi, and a resident of Tampa for 15 years. She attended public school in Magee, Mississippi, and was a member of Cathedral of Faith Church. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Eartha B. Pope-McLaurin and Washington McLaurin; sister, Earliene Williamson; and two brothers, James Otis McLaurin and Macelle McLaurin. She leaves to cherish her memory: two sons, Dewery Thomas (Clara) and Donald Thomas of New Orleans; daughter, Darlene Thomas of Tampa; two brothers, George McLaurin, Jr. of Jackson, MS, and Truman McLaurin of Lumberton, MS; four sisters, Ethelene Keys of Collins, MS, Earnie May Towers of Jackson, MS, Bobbie Inabinnet of Boise, ID, and Yvonne "Brownie" Robinson of Bloomfield Hills, MI; three grandchildren, Alicia "D" Thomas and Nina Thomas, both of New Orleans, LA, and Isaiah Hillinshead of Tampa; three great grandchildren, TaJan Brown, Alejan Andrews and Tre Boatner, all of New Orleans, LA. The remains will repose from 6 to 8 p. m. at Cathedral of Faith Church on Friday, February 11; 2011. The family will receive friends at this time. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website At: flsentinel.com RISIS FIJNF.RAI. p c RICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES HARMON LFD . 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 3361 0 MRS. DORIS MICHAEL HUTCHINSON A celebration of life for Mrs. Doris Michael Hutchinson will be held on Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 12 noon at Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 10930 U. S. 301 North, Thonotosassa, FL, Pastor James Wolfe, and Pastor Kenneth Stewart, officiating. Ms. Hutchinson passed away on Saturday, February s, 2011, at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa. She was hom in Antigua, Barbuda on October 4, 1936, and was a member of the Tabernacle of Hope congregation as well as Calvary TabemacleUPC. She attended Bronx Community College in New York City, Island University in Brooklyn, New York, Baltimore School of Massage in Maryland, Stony Brook University in New York, University of South Florida in Tampa, Paul St. John's Neuromuscular Institute in Largo, FL, The International Institute of Reflexology in St. Petersburg, FL, Bhakti Academy Intuitive Massage and Healing in Clearwater, FL; in addition, she attended a myriad of conferences and lectures locally and Ms. Hutchinson is a United States Air Force veteran, discharged in October 1986. She worked at Veterans Hospitals in Bronx, New York, North Port, New York, at Perry Point, Maryland, and in Tampa. She was .a Nursing Supervisor at Sunrise >-Iealthcare and Rehab in Maryland and in Lakeland, FL, as well as a local nursing home in St. Thomas, Virgin Island. She worked as a Private Duty Nurse for Faith Hope Health Nursing Agency and for Maxim Nursing Agency, both in Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Gertrude Tatem; father, Cyril King; and sister, Gloria King Allen. She leaves to cherish her fond memories: son, Randall Michael Hutchinson; brother, Dr. Ivan L King; two aunts; very close cousins, several nieces and nephews; and a host of friends, sisters and brothers in the church. The remains will repose and the family will receive friends at Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 10930 U. S. 301 North, Thonotosassa, FL, on Saturday, February 12, 2011, from 11-11:45 a. m. Friends are asked to meet at the church at 11:45 a. m. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" MRS. ROSIE B. DAVIS Mrs. Rosie B. Davis of Tampa, passed away Friday, February 04, 2011. Funeral services. will be conducted Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Oak Hill M. B. Church, 4202 E. Palifox Street, with Reverend Dr. Victor W. Ball, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. ..... ..... N 0 ..... ..... Mrs. Davis was a native of Carrollton, Mississippi, and a resident of Tampa for over 40 years. She was educated by the ;!! public schools of Carroll 0 County, Mississippi, and was a graduate of Marshall High c School. )lo Mrs. Davis worked 25 years en at Singleton Seafood Com-m pany where her last position Z held was Supervisor. She then -f began a career with Time Z Warner and retired after. 10 m years of service. To remain active, she worked part time m at University Community ? Hospital-Fletcher until her health began to fail. m Mrs. Davis accepted Christ ::::! in her life at an early age and z was a member of Oak Hill ., Missionary Baptist Church. C: She was preceded in death tD by: her husband, Clarence Davis, Sr.; father, Willie ::::1: Stokes; sisterS, Katie Mae Stokes, Barbara Holman Stokes, Mae Emma Thomp-son and Annie Rea Holman; and brothers-in-law, Cullen m Davis, Sr. and Sinclair Glover. <::0 Rosie also cherished the memories of her mother, Lue -f Emma Jordan Stokes. C: She leaves to cherish beau-m tiful memories with: her chil-C dren, Shelia K. Davis Boyd and Clarence Davis, Jr., both ....... of Tampa; grandchildren, )lo Adriane, Aaron, Cedric, Qua-Z na'ee, Broderick and Aliyah, C all of Tampa; great grandchil-., dren, Mia, Ah'Zaria, Egypt, Zion and, Sa'Aaron, all of C Tampa; four brothers, Willie Stokes, Jr. of Ft. Pierce, FL, Jimmie (Katie) Jordan of Ona, FL, John (Susan) Stokes of Auburn, NY, and James (Addie) Stokes of Tampa; sis-ter, Geraldine (lloyd) VISor of Memphis, TN; James Holman of Carrollton, MS; sisters-in-law, Elouise Glover, Rocelia Holmes and Jeanette (Robert) Balkman, all of Tampa; a host of loving nieces, nephews and cousins; special cousin, Dorothy Hayes; goddaughter, Mary (Rufus) Floyd; devoted friends, Betty Mulkey, Brenda Sterling, Gladys Tyson, Willie and Mildred Williams; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose frOm 5-7 p. m., Friday, February 11, 2011, at Oak Hill M. B. Church. Arrangements entrusted to "tJ Williams Funeral Home, 760 )iio sth Avenue, Bartow, FL, (863) C) 533-0366. m WILLIAMS ..o. t

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,.... Funerals/Memoriams MS. ARIBELLE RUBY FORD Ms. Aribelle Ruby Ford, 94, passed on February 6, 2011. She was born Aribelle Ruby Horton on February 21, 1916. Ruby lived at 1405 15th Street, Ybor City, Tampa. Living most of her adult life in New York City and Long Island, Tampa was always her home. During most of her adult life each summer and some winters, Ruby would return to > Tampa and finally returning Beverly for her love, frienda: ship and loyalty to our mom. W Ruby is survived by: daugh> ters, Dolores Ford and Gloria W Ali Ford; son, Joseph George C Washington Ford; grandchildren, Roxanne Gillespie, Tara en Riley Patrick, Michelle Ford :::i Backe and Taisha Ali; great m grandchildren, Joshua, Paul, ::::: Kristina, Michael, Dante', ll. Ashley, Tyler, Madison, Dacia Z andErin. i= Ruby loved the life she W lived and lived the life she ..J loved. ..J Services will be held at the ::::: m convenience of the family. "A WILSON SERVICE" ..J w www.wilsop-fuperalbome.com z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JOANNA DOYLE HUNTER Sunrise: 2/12/1945 Sunset: 7/3/2010 Happy birthday! My mother and best friend! We shared EVERYTHING together, even the same birthday! You were truly a ray of sunshine in my Your smile and trademark laugh are forever in my memories. You are truly missed and forever in our hearts. Your daughter, Monica; granddaughter, Malani; and husband, Phillip. Born January 12, 1919, to the late Essie Mae and David Williams in Williston, FL, Lillie Mae's sunset came on February 4, 2011, in Dallas, TX. She was preceded in death by: her late husband, Arthur Smith, Sr.; 3 brothers, 2 sisters, 1 daughter and 3 grandchildren. She is survived by: 3 loving children, Aletha Mae Smith of Dallas, TX, Doretha Mobley and Arthur Smith, Jr. of Tampa; 11 grandchildren, Brenda Green, Eddie (Butch) Bennett, Leon Stokes, Sr., Thomas Farrington of Tampa, Afrika Capers (Charles), Jabin Bogan (Tonya) of Dallas, TX, Shelia and Tina Roberts of Miami, FL, Antalea Smith-Shay and husband of Lakeland, FL, Tyree Smith and Deloris Mobley ofTampa; 30 great grandchildren, including, Diane Tameka Vanderheart and Antoine Vanderheart of Frederick, MD, Joshua and Arvonta Vanderheart, Germany and Germain Roberts of Tampa, Christopher Jackson (Vanessa) ofMiami, FL, Trina Johnson, Lashawn King, Eddie Bennett, Jr., Shalonda Stokes, Shanlet Stokes, Tameka Stokes, Leon Stokes, Jr., Shamer, Milton Pickett, Jr., Dominique and Kesha Pickett, Elexus Uoyd .and Thomas Farrington, Jr., all of Tampa; 25 great, great grandchildren, including Dekrya, Dejuan, Dejon Capers and Jacobe Bogan of Dallas, TX, Eurasia Lentz, Stephanie Upson of Frederick, MD; 12 nieces and nephews; special family member, Mr. Jessie of Dallas, TX; and hosts of other family and friends. Lillie Mae was a member of Tyer Temple United Methodist Church for .many years, and was known to everyone that knew her as Mrs. Lillie. Mrs. Smith was a member of the Lily SBA. She resided on Oak Avenue for over 50 years and she was a great caregiver to the elderly that needed a loving caretaker. Special thanks to Vitas Hospice Care and Coproek Home Health Care, Dallas, TX. Funeral services will be held Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 2 p. m. at the Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3303 N. 15th Street, Tampa. The Pastor,-Reverend Geraldine Christopher will officiate. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa. Visitation will be held Friday, February 11, 2011 from s 9 p. m. with the family being present from 6-7 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MR. THORNELL 'BILL' FLOYD Homegoing celebration for Mr. Thornell "Bill" Floyd of Thonotosassa, who passed away Wednesday, February 2, 2011, will be held Saturday, February 12, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 9750 Rockhill Road, Thonotosassa, FL with the Pastor, Reverend W. L. Jackson, of ficiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens, Thonotosassa, FL. Love and precious memories will be cherished by: his loving and devoted wife, Elaine Floyd; 7 children, Samson Singleton, Thornell (Annie) Floyd, Jr., Lyndora (Ellis) King, Herman Floyd, Lawrence Floyd, Edward Floyd and Terrance (Tiffany) Dennis; 3 grandchildren, Thalia King, Ellis King, Jr. and Lakisha King (Alex); 6 great grandchildren, Kequana Brown, Kequan Brown, Kayanna Brown, Destiny King, Jamal King and Akeelah Gallon; 3 sisters, Maxine (James) Moore, Altameise Joann Thompson and Audrey Thompson; 5 brothers, Tommie Lee (Inez) Ward, Nathaniel Thompson, Jay V. (Shirley) Thompson, Curtis Thompson and David Thompson; 2 brothers-in-law, Elder James (Diane) Elliott of Atlanta, GA, and Suffrage Bishop Henry (Evangelist Eddie Mae) Hood of Miami, FL; special friends, Elder Robert Oates, Atty. Delano Stewart and James Moore; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Mr. Floyd was born June 29, 1938 in Tampa, to Lucille Ward and Willie Thompson. Thornell was married to the love of his life, Elaine Floyd for 31h years. He was an elephant Trainer at Busch Gardens for 32 years. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m., Friday, February 11, 2011, at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, 9750 Rockhill Road, Thonotosassa, FL. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-fuperalhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. KING SOLOMQN WATERS You may be gone, but not forgotten. Your loving daughter, grandchildren, great grandchildren and family. MRS.CORAE. WILLIAMS Mrs. Cora E. Williams, 94, of Tampa passed away Sunday, February 6, 2011, under the care of LifePath Hospice. A native of Reynolds, GA, Mrs. Williams relocated to Tampa and was an original resident of Progress Village, where she lived until she passed away. Mrs. Williams retired as an LPN after more than 35 years of service, was an original member of"The Village Ten", a servant in High Noon Prayer Band of Progress Village and faithfully served on various ministries at Beulalt Baptist Institutional Church, where she was a member for more than 70 years. Mrs. Williams is survived by: her great nieces and great nephew, Carletha Turner (Larry), Rhonda Thomas, Thelma Williams (Stewart Wilson), Lorraine RaginsYoung (Minister Kenneth, Sr.), Alicia Ragins-Brown and Raynard Taylor (Valerie); great, great nieces and nephews, Chavonda MosleyMarden (Cordio), Brittany Mosley, Michelle L. McCrae (Brian), Chantal Thomas, W. L. Williams, III (Danielle), De'Andre Wong, Tiana Wilson, Cedric Ragins (Jaime), Kenya Cummings (Asia), Cory Taylor, Nikki Taylor; a third generation of great nieces and great nephews, Albert Richardson, Jr., Destini Harden, Justin Oliver, Christian McCrae, Ian Roberts, Chalis Thomas, Macon Thomas, Chance Harris, W. L. Williams, IV, Asia Williams, Tynisha Jones, Cedric James Ragins, Gabriella Ragins, Kanye Cummings and Heaven Cummings; special friends, Geneva Slayman and Albert Bell; and a host of other family and friends throughout the northeastern and southeast-ern regions of the U. S. Funeral services will take place at Beulalt Baptist Institutional Church, 1006 W. Cypress Street at 1i a. m. on Saturday, February -12, 2011, with the pastor, Reverend Dr. J.Favorite, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cem.e-tery. The remains will repose from s-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, February 11; 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street Friends are asked to assem. ble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ROSA BRUTON Sunrise: FebrUary 8, 1910 Sunset: May 22, 2002 As we commemorate your birthday on this mem-' orable day in February, we can't help but think about you and your loving and caring ways. We weren't ready to say goodbye to someone we held so dear. It broke hearts to lose you: we would have kept you. But God saw you were tired and a cure was not to be; so He put His arms around you and said, "Come home tome." Your loving family: Inez, Ruth, Gwendolyn, Eddie, Alphonso, Nathaniel, family and friends.

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., Memoriams SYLVIA RAINEY Sunrise: February 11, 1942 Sunset: April14, 2005 Remembering a treasured Mom on her birthday. Happy are the memories that you bring to mind, loving was your heart, so precious, true and kind. Remembering your loving smile, the memory of your face, the loving Mom that I adored, who could never be replaced. I miss you dearly. Your son, James Bowers and family. PAT June 26, 1953-February 15, 2007 You have finished with your house of clay, we kindly and carefully laid it away. We'll let you rest from this life of pain, toiling in sunshine, storms and rain. Trying to always help the poor, never turning the needy, from your door. Pat strove to do the Master's Work, never a duty did she shirk. Many times you were misunderstood, when you had done the very best you could. So, you got tired, so, we let you rest. Do we cry? Yes; but we know, God knows best. Some sad hearts, but no hung down heads, most times we smile, for we know you're not dead. You have no use for your house of clay, so tenderly, carefully, and lovingly, we laid it away. Missing you, your mother, Murvine Pringley and family. IN MEMORIAM CARRIE BALLARD 1909-2004 As we look upon your picture, sweet memories we recall, of a face so full of sunshine, and a smile for us all. You will forever remain warm in our hearts. Daughters: Evelyn Bullard, Doris Scott (Robert), grand, great grands, great-great grands; nieces, Mattie Taylor and Ethel Murray Harris. MEMORIAM m BYRON J. PATrY, SR. February 10. 19 73 April 23, 1994 In memories on your 38th birthday. Gone, but never, ever forgotten. The memory of your smile still brings joy to our hearts. We love you and miss you, but we find comfort in knowing that you are at rest in the bosom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Your lo'(i.ng parents, Dea. Jesse and Elder Michelle B. Patty; sister, Jacqueline; brothers, Kevin and Corey; and grandparents, Melvine Gray and Jacqueline Jones. IN MEMORIAM HENRYL. BELL, SR. 9/2/39-2/11/05 Our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather departed this life 6 years ago on Friday, 2-11-2005. Sadly missed by your family. DORETHA HOLMES BLAYLOCK 6/25/32-2/11/03 When the saints came marching in around the King's throne, you were among them. Happy anniversary Yar! Yar! Miss you so much. We will see you again. You are absent in the body and present with the Lord. See you at the cross road. That's if it's okay with our Lord. Love, your fanilly-Blaylock, Huggins, Moreland, Clark and Holmes. IN MEMORIAM MARLO GIBSON Dear Baby Girl (Marlo}, we love and miss you everyday of our lives, Sweet Girl. From, your family. MEMORIES OF 1HE SERVICE FADE OVER TIME, BliT SPECIAL MOMENTS WITH YOUR LOVID ONE ARE CAP1URED FOREVER ON DVD. A memorial savice is a day to reminisce and akbrate a life lived. But sharing those memories doesnt have to end at the service. With a DVD tribute you can share your lifelon g memories at the service and keep them close to your heart forever. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605--3350. (813) 248-6125 WINW. wilson -funeralhome.c;om ::c c: :t> ::c -< ..... ..... 1\) 0 ..... ..... ., r 0 ::c c :t> C/) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z ., c: m c C/) ::I: m c m < m ::c -< -f c: m C/) c :t> z c ., ::c c G) m 1\) ..... I :t>

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. Memoriams/Cards of Thanks T"" T"" > a: a: w > w c w ::I: (/) :J al ll. z tu ...J ...J :::;) al ...J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ...J LL FROM THE MISSION MAY THE LIFE I LIVED SPE,::A.K FOR ME EMMA LEE THE UGEND BUCIFIED & OLE IS ALIVE 2011 Mother, your legacy is the recipe that I use to love you beyond the tomb ... IN MEMORIAM EARTHA BROWN Sunrise: Dec. 29, 1938 -Feb. 13, 2007 Home, White Spring, FL. Gone, but not forgotten to us. She was and still is the world's #1 mom. She leaves: her husband, Jesse Brown; 10 children, James (Elise) Brown, Lilla Elliott, Angela Williams, Robert Brown, Ernest and Grunsunka Brown, Jeromes, Betty, and KenPat, Jesse and Christine Brown. Also 37 grandchildren and 33 great grands. IN MEMORIAM EARTHA. BROWN Dec. 29, 1938-Feb, 13. 2007 Gone, but not forgotten, you're always thought of by your family: Angela Sherry Christine, Regina Latasha and Wayne Williams. We miss you also: Jeremy, Kristina, Joseph, Erica and Derek Brown. They miss their grandmom. Also, the Gibson family: Cory and Latasha, C. J., Niyah and Camora. With all our love. IN LOVING MEMORY LARNETT (NIKKI) PYE It's been 5 years since you went to be one of God's angels. We love you and will forever keep you in our hearts. Your siblings. I miss you more and more every day. Your mother, Sol\ia Bexley. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DINA E. WILLIAMS Happy birthday to a loving mother, daughter, sister and grandmother, always will be missed by many. Tanieshia Judkins, Preston Judkins, Florence Williams and Earl Williams Happy birthday to Grandma, Dina Baby, Janrice Daniels. A MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY OF MAURICE L.MARTIN Oct. 13, 1978-Feb. 10, 201o It has been a year since the Lord called you home. You are home with your mother, Janett. We miss you: Marvin, Sr., Marvin, -11, Morris and baby, Marvin, III. IN MEMORIAM MELVINJAMESHARDIDCK 'TIGHTMAN' 6/8/1938 -2/9/2010 It's been a year since you left us. A hard and difficult year. A million times we needed you, a million times we cried. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. If the world was otirs to give, we would give it and more, just to see you walk thi-ough the door. A heart of gold stopped beating, two smiling eyes closed to rest, God broke our hearts to prove to us, He only takes the best. The Hardrick Family. CARD OF THANKS The family of Hazel Petty would like to thank everyone for all acts of love and kindness shown during the illness and passing of our loved one. Special thanks to: Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church of Riverview, FL, Pastor Dwayne Gaddis; Fletcher Health and Rehabilitation Staff, LifePath Hospice Jade Team, Melech Hospice House staff, Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes and Northern staff, The Florida Sentinel, program participants, family, neighbors and friends.' We sincerely thank you God bless, the family. HAZELPETIY CARD OF THANKS SHERYL WILLIAMS FENNIE The family of Sheryl Williams Fennie wishes to extend sincere thanks for: all your phone calls, visits, cards, flowers, prayers, acts of kindness and other expressions of love during the time. of our bereavement. We pray God's blessings 'upon eachofyou. Special thanks to: First Baptist Church Of College Hill family, Pastor Burrows and wife; New Testament Church, Rev. J. Anderson; Macedonia M. B. Church, Rev. Jackson; First Baptist Church Of Progress Village, Rev. Sam Maxwell; Mt. Olive M. B. Church, Rev. C. P. Epps; and Bethlehem M. B. Church, Rev. Tay-. May God continue to bless all of you. The Williams family.

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Local Elections Boss Won't Be Charged; Activists Vindicated BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Buddy Johnson,_ the former Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections, has been vindicated by the FBI and won t be charged with any criminal violations. Johnson had been accused of leaving his office in debt and misusing thousands of dollars in federal election grants. Johnson was reported as saying he washappy the two year investigation is over. In February 2009 the FBI launched an investigation and agents subpoenaed doc uments related to an audit of the elections office conducted by an accounting firm. The audit revealed Johnson had violated state law by overspending his 2007-2008 budget by nearly $1 million. Also questioned were funds used on a voter education program. The funds were used primarily to get out the vote, especially among Blacks and Hispanics. Als o implicated with Johnson were Community Activists Jarvis El-Amin and Michelle B. Patty, who were recipients of some of the voter education funds and instrumental in encour aging African Americans to vote. Mrs. Patty said she's happy the true story has come-out. "I feel Jarvis and I have FREE Massage (By A l:lcensed Massage Therapist) FREE Food *FREE Aspirin FREE Blood Pressure FREE Drinks *FREE Stool Softner FREEEKG BUDDY JOHNSON ... FBI cleared him of any wrongdoing both been vindicated and I think we were targeted to be discredited in the community and with our businesses." "When I was implicated with Johnson, the allega tions almost ruined my pro fessional life. When you're outspoken in your communi ty, you automatically become a target. That's why it's important all of us take a stand and speak out.i El-Amin said he felt his character was being attacked. "The allegations hurt my credibility and reputation in the community and my busi ness. I felt I had been tainted by the allegations because I lost a lot of business oppor tunities." Ms. Patty said she's proud to have been a part of helping to get out the Black vote that led to our electing the nation's first Black President of the United States. We Will Answer Your Questions Review Your Medications For Interactions Offer Cost Saving Ideas Diabetics Care Questions Crime Man Charged With Pulling Knile RUBIN LEE Tampa Police were called to the Mobil Gas Station on North Dale Mabry and Cypress Street at 6 a. m. Wednesday on a report of a man threatening another man with a knife. According to reports, James Keaton was helping the night attendant by cleaning up the parking lot for some extra money. Keaton said as he was cleaning he noticed a man starring at him. He told police he went inside for a broom, and when he went back outside, the man reportedly pulled out a knife and yelled at him that heid kill him and the attendant. Keaton said the man started walking toward him with the knife, and he quickly reached into his pocket, got his cell phone, and called 9-1-1. The man fled. Acting on a description of the suspect, police later arrested Rubin Lee, 48. He is being held on a $2,000 bond for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. According to the police report, when Lee was arrested, police removed two pocket knives from his pocket. Woman Charged With Child Abuse LIANASSA TERRY At 7:30 p. m. Tuesday, Tampa Police arreste d Li'Anassa V. Terry, 20, charging her with child abuse. Police said Terry is a relative of the victim and was upset with the victim s actions at a day care center earlier in the day. On Monday while punishing the victim, police said Terry lost control and struck the vic tim several times with a phone charger cable or headphones. The incident red welts to appear on the victim's face, forearm and leg. The incident was reported to The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Child Protection Investigator who called Tampa Police to the day care center at 105 West Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Terry's bond is set at $1, 000. Two Suspects Arrested For Home Invasion, Shooting ROBERT WILLIAMS LANCE JONES_ incident was drug related, deputies said. Williams and Jones reportedly went "11 :!! c "11 m CD :::rJ c: )> :::rJ -< ...... ..... PINELLAS COUNTY -Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies have arrested two men reportedly responsible for a home invasion and shooting. Deputies reported that at 8:49 a. m. Wednesday, deputies responded to a report of shots fired at 6soo soth Street, North. to the apartment of the 17year-old victim armed with a handgun with the intention of robbing him of his drugs 0 :!! and money : Deputies report that Williams and Jones en m When deputies arrived, they found a 17-year-old victim with. two gunshot wounds to his arm. He was hospitalized and personnel report his injuries arenit life threatening. forced t!teir way into the apartment at gunpoint. While inside the apartment, deputies said the teenager tried to grab the gun from Williams and durit;1g the struggle he was shot twice in the arm. z :::! z m r-m c: r rm -t z After interviewing a wit ness, deputies were able to issue a bulletin with the physical description of the suspects and their vehicle. Minutes later, deputies located the vehicle parked in front of an apartment complex on 68th Way, North. The two suspects were also located and identifie. d as Robert Williams, 31, and Lance Jones, 22. They were both arrested. Deputies said an 18-year-old female was inside the m According to statements from victims, it appears the apartment when the shooting occurred and tried to hide in a back bedroom, but the suspects kicked in the door, threatened her, and took her cell phone and car keys before fleeing. Williams was charged with home invasion, armed robbery, and commission of a felony while armed. Jones was charged as being a prin cipal in a home invasion. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11, 2011 B women In Business Showcase The Black Wom e n Bu s in e ss Own e rs Ex e cutives and Entrepreneurs held a Wom e n In Bus in ess Showca se on F ebruary 3, 2011 at the Marriott Westshore. Erica Riggins, Bay News 9 Mornin g Anchor was the mistress of ceremony. Th e gu est speak e r Alexis Muellner, Editor, Tampa Bay Business Journal, t a lk e d about the Economic Outlook for 2011 and how to shake off the recession fatigue (Photos by BRUNSON) Among ladies in attendance were: Linda Coker, Evonne Major McKee, Michelle Jackson-Stewart (CEO), Alberta Hamilton and Beleria Floyd. Cheryl Hawkins was one of the guests. INGRID YOUNG Brunch attendees included Gwendolyn Hinson, Pat Smith, Sharon Rice, Linda Adcjumo, Sherryl Cusscaux and R. Colette Glover-Hannah. Oretha Pope, cheesecake and event specialist with 360 Degrees, Inc., showcased her products. Hillsborough County School Board Chahperson Doretha Edgecomb and Shirley 'Foxx-Knowles, Cleak, City ofTantJ>a. Delores Gervin, Janet Br-ooks and Yolanda Anthony. ==--Bettyc Greene Johnson and Justine Anderson were among the guests. Jacquelyn Chancy-Wilson Deborah L. Williams, seated, und Chloe Coney and Brenm1 Fields-Taylor attended the brunch.

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Features > a: <( Enrichment Center Opens New Assisted Living Facilitv ::::) BY IRIS B. HOLTON g'5 Sentinel City Editor ing Facility, 2002 E. 21st Avenue. The 6-bed facility is designed to help those who can no longer live without assistance. w u. Last year, a group of in-<( dividuals united for the ren-9 ovation of a building. The fE volunteers completed a variety of services ranging from cleaning and painting, both inside and out of the building, to landscaping. Elder Charles Davis, senior pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ and CEO of The Family Enrichment Center said, "We are excited about this positive step for our company. We look forward to many years of serving those who need Their efforts resulted in the building becoming the Caring Heart Assisted Liv-Temple Terrace Pharmacy 11531 N. 56th St.. Temple Terrace. FL 33617 (SE Comer Of F o wler & 56th.) ,....--------. FREE HOME DB.IVERY OF YOUR MEDICATIONS --;;:a;;::;J DIABETIC SHOES & SUPPliES IKE OKEKE Pharmacist FAST & FRIENDLY SERIVCE $4 DRUGS NOW AVAILABLE ON MOST GENERIC MEDS WE ACCEPT HlllSBOROOtii COUNTY PlANS, SHARE COST, MmiCAID, MEDICARE & OTHERS. Let Us Be Your Pharmacy Call Us Today At (813) 989-1351 www. superionnedialcenter com It's Been A Privilege Serving Our Community On The Tampa City Council; ,-Are Facing Some Tough Issues And I !'-ledge To To Be Your Voice . I Want To See Our City Grow And Help People Back To Work. I Want ro Be Part Of 1J'he Solution To Our Urgent I Will Continue To Be Your Voice On City Council. Pd. Pol. Advortlooment. P aid For And Appro v o d By Curti& S t okoo C ampaign. ELDER CHARLES DAVIS CEO of The Family Enrichment Center appropriate places to live." Elder Davis said many citizens fin<;} that they can no longer live alone. However, they do not require continuous medical attention or supervisiOn. "An Assisted Living Facility helps these individuals maintain a certain level of independence and still receive the proper supportive services daily physical fitness, social, learning, and spiritual pro-FLJRIDA STATIFAII Tampa,FI February to-u, 2011 OVERiooFREETHINGS TO SEE 8 DO EACH DAY grams." In addition to the serv ices provided by an assisted living facility, the center also encourages socialization by offering activity rooms and a large living area. They also offer scheduled outings for their residents. The Caring Heart facility is another effort by the Family Enrichment Center to provide social services to the community. SaQnders librarv To Get Bronze BustFeb.13 ROBERT W. (BOB) SAUNDERS A bronze bust of NAACP leader Robert W. (Bob) Saunders will be unveiled Sunday, Feb. 13, 2 p. m. at the Saunders Public Library, 1505 N Nebraska Avenue The pro gram is free and open to the public. The special guest will be award-winning sculptor Brian Owens of Deltona. Saunders,_ a Tampa native and Florida Field Secretary for the NAACP from 1952 to 1966, also worked as a civil rights ex ecutive for the federal govern ment and for the Hillsborough County Board of County Com missioners (BOCC). Attending Sunday s cere mon y will be NAACP National Board Vice President Leon Russell, Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller, Tampa City Council Chair Rev. Thomas Scott, Florida State Rep. Betty Reed, Booker T. Washington Elementary School Principal Toynita Martinez, Hillsborough County Director of Libraries Joe Stines, other local officials and special guests. Mr. Saunders' son Robert W. Saunders, Jr. and brother Dr. Norman Jackson of Quincy, FL, will give remarks on behalf of the famil y Mrs. Helen Saunders, who survives her husband and is a former president of the Tampa Branch of the NAACP, is recovering from an illness and may attend The bust was purchased b y th e Robert W. Saunders Sr. Publi c Library Foundation Inc. with support from the Ada T. Pay n e Fri e nds of th e Urban Librari es. Th e Hill s borough Count y BOCC c os ponsors thi s cer e mony.

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"11 Happy 71h look Who's Free Shave Birthdav Turning 1 m :rJ c: )> YAHMARI MCCLENDON Look who's turning 7 on 2/9? Keep up the good work son. Love, mom (Brandi), dad (Reginald) and family. MS. Band CHANTEL Happy 25th birthday to my best friend, Rebecca. Love, Chantel AdamsMajor. P-NUT 2-:-9-2010 Happy belated, P-Nut. Happy birthday, Ms. Samaria Adams. We want to wish you a happy birthday . Chloe, Jay, DeMario. Brittany and Tookie. We love you YAHKEEM MCCLENDON Happy 1st birthday (Mommy Duke) on 2/12. Keep smiling. Love, mom (Brandi), dad (Reginald) and family. MS. BAnd THEO Happy 25th birthday to the love of my life. Love always, Theo. KELABENSON Wishing our granddaugh ter, Kela .Michelle Benson, happy sweet 16 birthday, Feb. 11,2011. Weloveya! SAMARIA And DEMARIO MS.SHAYE "Minor setback, for a major comeback!" Happy 21st birthday, Bestie. Love you. MR. And MRS. RODGERS What God has put to..: gether, let no man put us under!! Anniversary party, Feb. 13th, 2011, at the Tampa Cruise-A-Cade from 7 p. m. 'till1 a.m. Everyone is invited. Hope all that enter as guests leave as friends. MZ. PYE, MZ. PINK And MZ. WET Come party with "The Aquarius" on the 12th at B&B Temple. Happy birthday girls. KEITH And DESTINY KEITH It' s been four years and I still get butterflies being with you. I'm so happy I became your wife, one year ago on .this day. I love you so much. Love, your wifey. :rJ -< I\) 0 .... ....

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,... ,... Martin Luther King, Ill At USF c a: LL c z < > <( c en w ::l t-> a: w > Martin Luther King, III was the speaker for the Lecture Series at the University of South Florida. He was on the campus January 20, 2011. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Jarvis El-AID.in and Hakim Aquil at the Donald Dowridge and Martin Luther Lecture Series. King, III .. Ernest Coney, Jr. and his mother, Chloe Coney with Mar-tin Luther King, III at USF. Rev. Dr. Earl B. Mason and Jennifer Meningall, Vice President for Student Affairs at USF heard the speech from Martin Luther King, ill. w 0 W l: en :::; m ::l a. z i= w ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH_OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9 _:30_A.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." St Mark IWssionary Baptist Chli'Ch 7221 s Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Rorida 33616 (813) 839-5263 Pastor/Teacher "Buildin g O n A Rm1 Foundati on" Sunday School -9:3> A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-11k55 Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. Tra n s portati o n Services Avail able surroun who trusts in the LORD. Psalm 32:10 NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early 1\bning WCJShip-7 :55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A. M Morriing Worship -10:55 A M Wed. Family Night-7 For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. ClarenceFort, Deacons Minis FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worshtp 7:50a.m. School 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Pr.:1yer Service 6:30 p.m. Life Enrichment University VISit our website at or Email us at info@lbcch.org Growth And Sharing God s Love Worship Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. 6:00P.M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P. M

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-'.l:l life, they will have a differ-}( In this week's lesson se lected from Mark 9:2-13, we see the revelation of who Jesus is These verses have insightful informa tion for every believer. If the believer and the church can grasp themessage that is written here the y will live richer lives. Jesus knew what was going to take place on this mountain. He knew that something great was going to be revealed that many would see in time. He questioned them earlier about His identity. He wanted to see if they had any idea of who He was before they came into this revelation When He went up on the mountain He did not God Did It! take all of His disciples. He took only a few. He took only select ones. A lesson to be learned here is that when you know God is getting ready to do something great in your life you cannot take all of your friends or ac quaintances. When y ou feel that God is about to re v eal who y ou reall y are, you must shrink your cir cle and allow only select people. Everybody who ma y be able to go shopping with you may not be able to handle the spiritual revela tion of God in your life. Because he can fish hunt and drink with y ou does not mean that he is the one to take with y ou 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, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org when God reveals to you who you really are. There will be a proper time and place for every one to know who you are and your purpose. Too many people knowing who y ou are too soon may not be good. While He was there He was transfigured. Hi s clothes became shin ing exceedingly w hit e (vs. 3). The y were so white that there was no one on earth who had the ability to clean them like that. God reveals that He has the power and ability to cleanse you of all the dirt grime and filth of your life. All the dirt that you have a ttracted while on this journey God is able to wash it out. No matter GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School -9 : 45 a m Morning Worsh i p -11 a m Evening Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7 : 30 p m V i sitors Are Welcome "Virtuous Women Embracing God's LOV(l" l 'r "\' d Ill 2011 Women's Conference March 18-19-2011 Arst Baptist Churcfl of Progress Village (813) sn-1948 Guet t lauren Dungy, Vanessa Hall & Judy Reamer Onlin e Regist r a t ion fee: $ 8 5; T Sh irt $10 Deadli ne for regi s t e ring, February 14 2011 Register at: www.fb c opv.com what the s t a in is o r how y ou got it God has the pow e r to clean it Notice, the writer did not say that He changed garments; H e just went just as He was. Jesus knew that God w a s about to re v eal who He really was and still wore those same clothes. When you eome to God, you don't have to be clean. The church must let people know that they can wear those same dingy, stained with sin clothes. Trying to get your life right before coming to God is like washing your clothes before taking them to the dry cleaners. Just as the dry cleaners has a spe cial chemical t<;> dry clean your clothes, so does God to cleanse your spirit and soul. After they saw the transformation they had a different appreciation for Jesus. After they have seen His change now they want to worship Him in His majesty (vs. 4 5). When people see that God has worked a new work in y ou and has changed your ent view of y ou. The pur-po s e is not for people to HJ worship, but rather glorify God for the change. l> And God spoke and said this i s my Beloved = Son hear Him (vs. 7). God will validate you. God will let people know that """" you have been changed. God will speak for you. When you let God do what God does, He will intro duce you to the world. People may not understand what has happened to you, but GOd will let them know that you are His. The only thing Jesus told them was when they came down, don't say anything to anyone about what they had seen _(vs. 9). It is not that He was ashamed or wanted it to be a secret. He wanted 'the people to see it for therri-selves and have their own revelation, just as they did. 6 You don't have to prove or advertise your change. m Just live the new life! God will tell the world that you z are now His and you be-long to Him. r rm HERITAGE CHRisnAN COMMUNITY BAPnST CHURCH ..-------------. ::! New TastamaniM. B. z Clni'Ch Of Thonotasassa, IDe. "'D 11530 Walker Road c: 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 Thonotosassa FL 33592 m 986-3971 c 610-1252 ... t;., & -... REV. I I I Weekly Serv i ces : Sunday Schoot 9 : 30A.M . Sun. Morning Worshi p 11 A M REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Wed Night: Youth Prayer Serv ice And B i b l e Study Pastor SUnday Morning Worshi p Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A M SUnday School10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7 :00P.M. Thurs . N i gh t: Prayer Serv i ce And Bible Study "Saving The S i nners And E ducati ng The Believers I Can Do A ll Things Through C hri st Who Strengthens Me. . Phil 4 :13 ST. MAlTIIEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (8'13) 6280 752 .. Website: www.stmatthawchurch.org E mail: rsims@tampabay.rr.com B re ak O f D a y Worsh i p 7 : 45 A M S unday S chool 9 :30 a m Morni ng Worship 11 a. m . Pra yer Service W e dnesday 7 p m S tudy of th e Bibl e W e d 7 : 3 0 8 : 30 p.m Praise & Worsh ip S e rviee Wed 8 : 3 0 9 p m C hildren & Youth B i b le Study W ednes d a y 7 8 : 3 0 p m Saturday Praye r S e rvice & B i ble Study 10 a m m c m < m ?J c: m en. c )> z c :a 6 Youth Bible Institute"' 124 p m Teen Night C') Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m REV., W. D SIMS, Pastor m Cf1 m

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c a: I.L c z c (/) w :::) 1-fi: w > w c w ::I: (/) :::i m :::) D. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::) m ...1 w z i= z w (/) c a: 0 ...I I.L m ch w CJ Happv Valentine's oav!!! February Celebrants Happy birthday to the Feb ruary celebrants: Carl Lise, Marion Washington and Gloria Milligan. Happy birthday is being sent to Calvin Early, we did not forget you. May you con tinue to have many more. Wishes are sent from your fam ily down South of the Border, the Lise and Williams fami lies. We love you!! Special Salute We salute the hospitalized Veterans the week of February 13-19, 2011. Belated Birthdays Sorry we missed your spe cial day. Happy belated birth day wishes are sent to Anna Deadford, "Bonnie." Belated Anniversary Happy belated wedding an niversary to Mr. and Mrs. CHURCH DIRECTORY SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Moming Service-11 :30 A. M. Evening Service7:30 P. M. Otis (Debra) Cole. May your coming years be filled with many blessings from God. Sick And Shut-Ins He knows how much we can bear ... Rev. Gloria Hines, Eddie Hill, Ramona Lise, Mattie Mills, Rev. James Murphy, Lucille Moore, Maurice Green, Thelma Singleton, Mary Lucille Turner, Homer Hemmingway, Burnice Frederick, Ormiller Kelsey, Lela Felder-Moss, linda ParkerLee, John Trotman, Mozell Debose, David and Alberta Shedrick and Carl Pitts. Prayer Requests Rufus Rochelle is re questing prayers for her mother, Ms. Mattie Clark, who recently suffered a stroke. Unspoken prayer requests go out to the following families : Washington, Williams, Anderson and the Thomas in Brooksville, FL. NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 Weekly Activities Slllday Church School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 : 30P M Evening Worship 5 P.M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M Bible Study 7 :30 P. Bible Studv -Tuesday Evening ........ .. j3ible Band 7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW -7:30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Eveni Women's Outreach 7:30 P. M. Deepest Sympathy Our deepest regrets are ex tended to the Wright family in the passing of their loved one, Mrs. Mary Wright on Fir Drive in Progress Village. She was a long-time resident in the Village Let us keep the family in our daily prayers. Our condolences to the Dupree family in the passing of their loved one, Mrs. Hazel Petty. The Progress Village Com munity extends sympathy to the Goodson family in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Wendell Goodson, Sr. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and church members. The Progress Community friends and neighbors extend condolences to the Guilford family in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Charles Guilford. His serve was held on Wed., Feb. 2, 2011 at First Bap tist Church of Progress Village, Rev. Samuel Maxwell, officiated. Condolences are extended to the McCoy family in the passing of Mrs. Eloise McCoy. Sincere condolences are ex tended to former Tampan, Mrs. Barbara Toye Thompkins in Capital Heights, Mary land, in the passing of her son, Mr. William Thompkins, Jr., who was funeralized Satur day, February 5, 2011, in Capital GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPnST CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St (813) 248-377.9 B.DER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Earty Morning Worship8 A.M. Sunday School-9:30A.M Morning Worship -10: 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBUC INVITED 29th Street Church Of Christ 3310 N. 29th St., lMlpa, FL 33605 OlllciiFu: (813} 242-4572 Personal Wor1<: 3rd Sat ....... 1G-12 Noon Heights, MD. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of be reavement. 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. Sunday, January 30, 2011, St. James celebrated the Versie Evans Missionary Society Mis sion Day. The program was as follows: Sis. Louvenia Caldwell, President Presiding; Donshay Inmon, Call to Worship; Sis. Charlene Bland, Opening Hymn; Sis. Gail Robertson, the Invocation; Sis. Louvenia Caldwell, the Scripture; Sis. Anthea Henderson, Luke 13 Verse 1-19, "A Littany For Liv ing Well;" Sis. Temeka Tolbert, the Gifts for Mission; Sis. Marlise Tolbert-Jones, the Message Proclaimed; Rev. Michael B. Price. Sr., the In vitation to Discipleship; fol lowed by the Missionary and Benediction. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News IIP11ST CIIICH-121ll....._sa..,-.R.aHU (811) 229-1190. llrllll WtniiiJ------PriYir Slfllct, TltiUVr---.._ ....... TitiiiiJw----.:. lllllt SIIIIV. Tltlflr'-----ICIIIIM-....-CIItllllllll:ll -.-sne ... na -e:a 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 78'h St. and Faulkenburg Rd.). They will hold their 2011 Women's Conference on March 18-19, 2011, at 8722 Progress Blvd.. Tampa, 33619. Guest speakers will be: Babbie Mason, Lauren Dungy, Judy Reamer and Vanessa Hall. Registration deadline is Feb. 14, 2011. For information, please call (813) or visit www.tbcopv.com. My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and cards for Florida Prison Inmates, write: MB2K Ministry, P. 0 Box 89174, Tampa, 336890402. F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 7419760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. Let's also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our country. . Call your news into Gloria McNair at (813) 928-5293. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL--3401 E. 25th Avennue, Tampa, F:L (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: Careline: 24&-HELP Blsllap Eddll Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSII. SCHEDULE SIIICiar. 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tlllldar. 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study WlllnlsdaJ: 5 -:30P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid. Week Service Email Us' At: stjministries@aolcom Mission Statement; A Olqrch of the ihnerclly to the comrriciJiy 6y mlnlsterlntito the OJtteatt Ministry: NOAH COMMUNrrv, lf\C./ I-Ol.SE OF LYDIA .... OIIE ... MAinl PASTOI-REYia.a.

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Local Heritage leadershiP luncheon Left to right: Dr. Sam Wright, Sr., founder, Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, Inc.; Ruby Jackson, co-chair, Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival; Dorothy Gilliam, luncheon speaker; Dr. Karen Dunlap, President, The Poynter Institute, who introduced the speaker; and William Sanders, Planning Committee member. One of the events of the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival is the Heritage Leadership Luncheon. The event was held at the University Area Community Center Complex on January 19, 2011. Anna Robinson Lindsey was the luncheon host. The theme was "Celebrat ing the Heart and Soul of Tampa Bay." The guest speaker was Dorothy Butler Gilliam, a former reporter, editor, columnist and founder I director of the Young Journalist Development Program for The Washington Post. Program participants were: Lois Ferguson, Dr. Julia McMillan, Senator Victor Crist, Ruby Jackson, Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr., Phyllis Tolliver, Dr. Karen Dunlap, and Calvin "Pee Wee" Callins;accompanied by Juan Vincent. Entertainment was by Clayton Cullaton. (Photography by BRUNSON) Ebony Grimsley and Demetri Anglin attended the Heritage Leadership Luncheon. Meshay Holiday and Gloria Taylor at the luncheon.

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,... ..... > a: <( :::1 a: m w LL Kick-Off Reception For Miss Teenage Tampa 01 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv, Inc. C The Gamma Theta Omega a: Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha LL Sorority h e ld its kick-off r ece ption for the 2011 Miss Te e n age Tampa of Alpha Kapp a Alpha on January 23'd. The event was held at TECO Plaza downtown. Donyelle Russ, Co-Chair of Miss Teen age Tampa Kic k-Off Reception was the Mistr ess of Ceremony. Program p a rti c ipant s were Deborah Barnes, Chaplain Dianna Allen-Quin, President, Gamm a Th eta Omega Chapter ; Donna Douglas, Chairman Miss T ee nage Tampa of Alpha Kappa Alpha; Cassandra Brown, Gamma Theta Omeg a Chorus and Donna Cason, Chairman, Miss Teenage Tampa Kick-Off Reception (Photos by Julia Jackson) Betty Baker attended the reception. Donna Douglas, Dianna Quin and Donna Cason, seated front row 0-r), with the 2011 Miss Teenage Tampa of Alpha Kappa Alpha contestants: Cierra Preston (Gaither High School), parent-Sandy Perez; JaShonia Stephens (Jefferson), parent-Latrece Spence; Thaiesha Wright (Blake), parent-Vernona Young; Jaritza Jones (Brooks and DeBartolo), parent-Kortina Jones; and Chelseea Evans (Middleton), parents-Mr. and Mrs. David (Tanza) Evans. AKA family attending the reception: Sholonda Lock, Shannon LeGrande, Sharon Carter, Pollynesia McMillan, Iva Carter and Frank Carter. Top row: Richelle Collins (Hillsborough High), parents-Mr. and Mrs. Roger (Yolanda) Collins; KayLisse Sellers (Tampa Bay Tech), parent--' Juanita Mitchell; Jasmine Jackson (Blake High), parents-Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (Regina) Underwood; Melissa Bond (Newsome), parent -Monica Bond; and Kiara Pace (Middleton), parent-Sonia Bell. TDGEI'HEB, INE WILL lfDIIE TAMPA FDBINABD During four terms as Mayor, Dick Greco had the honor of working with several individuals who played important roles in making Tampa the city it is today. Hired the city's first African-American firefighters. Hired the first African-American Assistant City Attorney in the South. Hired the first African-American head of the Tampa Housing Authority. Hired the first African-American assistant in the Mayor's office. Administered the Mayor's Enterprise Development Project, a public/private community partnership that generated an $350 million of economic impact for East Tampa. Developed the first on-the-job training program creating more minority employment. Traveled to Washington and personally fought for federal housing grants that helped rebuild farge parts of East Tampa. Received $3.4 million in grants for Enterprise Community and Workforce Board initiatives. Made improvements in East Tampa parks and recreational facilities. Worked with the NFL and the Glazer family to have the Jackson Heights center designated as one of only 13 NFL YET centers nationwide. Event CDC Invites .Public To Artbhibit The CDC of Tampa, Incorpo rated wants to invite the public to Southern Renaissance: A Cel ebration of Neo-Southern Art, on February 12th from 5 p. IJl. until 7 p.m. at the Ragan Park Community Center 1200 East Lake Avenue. The event will feature ex hibits of visual artists, musi cians, spoken word artists dancers, fashion designers and cinematographers. The exhibit will be a dynamic showing of innovative a:nd progressive workS form local artists and performers. Also features Will be a spe cial presentation performed b y students of cr>c of Tampa'!> Youth Leadership Movement and the East Tampa Prodigy Cultural Arts Program in honor of the great leaders of East Tampa. Featured will be the works of James Vann, renowned artist and muralist; Caroline G. Adams, author and r esea rcher and M y stic Cre a tionZ Crochet Wear. J

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R.eci es ::c Black & White Heart Cookies 1-1/2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1/4 tsp. salt 1/2 cup butter, softened 2/3 cup sugar 1 egg 1-1/2 tsp. vanilla 1 pkg. Semi-Sweet Chocolate, melted DIRECTIONS: Mix first 3 ingredients; set aside. Beat butter and sugar in large bowl With mixer until light and fluffy. Blend in egg and vanilla. Add flour mixture; mix well. Refrigerate 1 hour. Roll out dough to 1/8" thick on lightly floured surface. Cut into heart shapes with 2" cookie cutter, rerolling trimmings. Place, 2" apart, on parchment paper-covered baking sheets. Refrigerate 30 min. Heat oven to 350F. Bake cookies 10 min. until edges are lightly browned. Cool for 3 min.; remove to wire racks. Cool completely. Dip 1 side of each cookie in chocolate. Return to racks; let stand until chocolate is firm. Bailevs Chocolate Cherrv t/ 2 Oz. Coffee Liqueur (Such As Kahlua) t/2 Oz. Grenadine (Red) & t/2 Oz. Irish Cream DIRECTIONS: Begin By Dipping The Riin Of The Glass }< m OJ :rJ c: )> ...... ...... I\) 0 ...... ...... r-0 :!! (/) In The Coffee Liqueur And Then Dip In Crushed Chocolate. m Next Add Liqueur. Add A Layer Of Red Grenadine, Slip On A Layer Of Kahlua And Top With A Tasty Layer Of Irish Cream Liqueur. Garnish With A Heart-Shap_ed Slice Of 1 OJ Strawberry. c: r rm Monday-Saturday 8A.M.-8P.M. Sunday 8A.M.-7P.M. Everyday 7 Days We Accept FoOd S1amps, WIC Checks & Debit cards, ::! z "'0 c: OJ r-c;; ::1: m c m < m -1 c: m (/) c )lit z c :!! c G) m ...... ...... I UJ

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National Bishop Eddie long Appeals For $1 Million Reimbursement Ex-Gov. Paterson Pavs $62K Fine over Yankees Tix Student Murdered, Several Others Shot At Frat Pa. nv GOV. DAVID PATERSON OHIO --A 25year-old Youngstown St ate student was killed and 11 others were wounded when two men report e dly opened fire on an Omega Psi Phi fraternity party early Sunday (February 6) morning at the Ohio university : BISHOP EDDIE LONG vs. EPRHEN W. TAYLOR ALBANY NY -Former N e w York Gov. David Paterson has paid $ 62,124 to settle hi s fin e from the state ethics board o ver f ree Yankees t i ck e t s he obtained for the 2009 World Series. The two men let off multi ple shots killing J amail E. Johnson and critically injuring a 17-year-old with a head wound. ATLANTA--The scand a l surrounding Bishop Eddie Long continues now that the New Birth Missionary Baptist Church head is being call e d out b y an entrepre neur. The entrepreneur is not tied to Long's still ongoing sexual coercion lawsuits howe ver, but to an investment scandal at Long' s Dekalb County church. On Sunday night, Long posted a YouTube video a s k ing Eprhen W. Taylor, the former CEO of City Capital Corp. to return in v estments to church members. According to Long, hi s congregation hosted a "Wealth Tour" financia l seminar several ye ars ago a t New Birth and a numb e r o f membe rs inv es t e d through City Corp Se veral of those investments failed however and membe r 's money was not returned r eporte dl y l ea ving them financially strained and on e facing home for eclo sure. In Long's vide o h e asks Ta ylor and City C a pital t o do the right thing" and return the mone y with int e r est. The board' s spokesman, Walter Ayres, confirms th a t the check was rec e i v ed Thursda y The state Public Integrity Commission had found the Democrat violated ethics la w s in obtaining the tickets : The commis s ion had found Paterson th a t contradicted hi s -staff, the Yankees and common sen s e w h e n he falsel y cl a im e d he al w a y s int e nded to p ay for five tic k e t s to th e fir st g am e of th e 2009 World S erie s at Yankee Stadium The murdered student was reportedly shot while trying to b reak up an altercation between two disputing groups. Six of the wounded attend the univ ersi ty according to school officials. The shooters, ages 19 and 22, were arrested and charged with aggravated murder, shooting into a home and f elonious assault, according to Chief Jimmy Hughes of the Youngstown Police D e partment. Th es e gu y s were in the location for a little while before the shooting JAMAIL E. JOHNSON occurred," says Hughes. "Something happened that they became unhappy. They had some type of altercation. Now covering over 90/o of all Ameri. cans. Plus get unlimited nationwide talk, text and web starting at only $40 a month. Taxes and regulatory fees included with no annual contract. I '"""' .... ,j Retail Stores Bradenton 4919 14th St. West Bradenton, FL 34207 888-57metro Brandon 2028 Dr. Brandon, FL 33511 888-57metro metroPCS Clearwater 167 4 S. Missouri Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756 888-57metro Lakeland 3137 US Hwy. 98 North i.akeland, FL 33805 888 57metro Wireless for AIL Sarasota 1158 N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 888-57metro St. Petersburg 3100 22nd Ave. North Ste. B St. Petersburg, FL 33713 888-57rnetro metropcs.com Tampa 1251 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 888-57metro 2907 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL 33607 888-57metro 8IIJ One Get One Fret Ollw: Cer1aln reStrlc1ioos Umfted Ume offer. W! supplies last New activations Bttt 811Y handset from a Metrof'CS retail store 01 authoriZed rellliler, ptus appliceble sales tali8S, tn1 receiVe, subjeot 10 a hlndset IJIIceQ, efler rebates. equaiiO or less 111M the P!lce of 1he pun:hased han JJ -< ...... ......

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DR. JOHNS. JACKSON In 1950, Dr. John S. u.. Jackson became the first C African-American Surgeon :i in a city-owned hospital in the State of Florida when he c was hired by Lakeland ffi General Hospital (today :::l known as Lakeland Regional Medical Center) a: w > w w ::I: UJ ::::i m ::::) For more than 30 years, Dr. Jackson provided pro fessional and caring medical service to families of Lakeland Polk City and sur rounding areas at his offic e which was located on D.. Dakota Avenue As a child, this <;;olumnist w developed her first-love for :::f easy listening music' during visits to. Dr. Jackson's _. office. In 1968, Dr. W Jackson was the first African-American to be ifj elected to the Lakeland City UJ Commission. In 1972, Dr. Jackson 0: became the first Africana American Mayor of the City ii of Lakeland. "The Voice o f Our Community Speaking jot Itself' (813) 248-192 Teen Pregnancy Prevention Alliance Hosts Breakfast On February 3, 2011, the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Alliance (TPPA), in conjunction with Healthy Start Coalition of Hardee, Highlands and Polk Counties Inc (TPPA) hosted its first Faith Leaders Breakfast. The the m e of the ev ent was 'The N e w Languag e of Love?T e ens and T e xting Lillian Lima, Director of Disproportionately Initiatives/ Florida Department of Children & Families, gave opening remarks and welcomed the guests. Nilda Blanco, Program Director/Polk Works Young Leaders served as Mistress of Ceremonies. An opening prayer was led by Apostle Roger Fyock of Outreach Church International. Marquinia Butts-Fisher, TPPA Coordinator who was intro duced by Mary Jo Plews, LCSW, Executive Director of Healthy Start Coalition of Hardee, Highlands & Polk Counties, Inc., gave an overview presentation about TPPA. Reverend Derrien A. Bonney, Pastor and Teacher of Mount Gilboa Missionary Baptist Church (Bartow), served as the keynote speaker. Reverend Bonney shared an excellent and very informative Powerpoint presentation. Closing Remarks and pre sentations were rendered by ENTER TO WIN A BRAND NEW 15" LAPTOP NO UPFRONT PAYMENTS P e w your filx prcp,Jr.1t l0 n f ees rr!JIJt out o f your w fcmr/ 1 LOWEST PROCESSING FEES IN THE INDUSTRY $25 RE FERRAL PROGRAM R e fer .1 fiiC/lrl lltld ff'C('IVt' $251 LaTonnja Key, Child Care S e rvi c e s Coordinator /Polk County School Board T e en Par ent Pro g ram. Th e e v ent concluded with a Closing Pray e r b y Chaplain Willie Mincey of Cornerstone Hospice. Some of the other community leaders in atten dance were Carin Sibley, Kylia Carswell, Christel Graham, Melanie Grimsley and Anita Smith. NAACP's 102nd Anniversary Freedom Fund Banquet GOWFIELDS .. Speaker Celebrating 102 years of representation of the people, the Lakeland-Branch NAACP, Don Brown, President, will host its Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday, February 12, 2011 beginning at 6:oop.m. The host-site will be the Apostle Henry Ross, Sr. Life Center, 1302 Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Lakeland. The social reception will begin at 6:oo p.m. followed by the banquet at 7:00 p.m. The Honorable Mayor Gow B. Fields will serve as the keynote speaker. The mission of the Lakeland Branch NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, I T social and economic of equality of rights of all persons. First Women's Conference To Be Held The Women's Ministry of New Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Polk City, Florida, invites all women to attend their first women's confer ence: 'Becoming a Woman After God's Own Heart.' The conference will open on Friday, February nth (TODAY) at 7:00 p m .on Saturday, February 12th there will be a workshop held from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. The conference will con clude with a closing service on Saturday afternoon beginning at 2:00p.m. E veryone is invited! We are expecting an overflow! For further information, contact Elaine Montfort at cemx2@aol.-com Happy Birthday To You Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Birthday to Lakeland Lady Lakeshia Gatlin, who will celebrate another natal day on Saturday, Feb. 13th! Belated Happy Birthday wishes are extended to Rosa Gant (Feb. 3rd), Irvin Gant (Feb. 5th), and Maxine Smith (Feb. 6th). May the Lord bless each of you with many, many more birthdays! Condolences Extended 'Look to the hills from whence cometh our help; our help cometh from the Lord.' ... Shaw-Nuf Talk extends eondolences to George London, Carl London, Hilliard London and the family and friends of the late Vera Mae BushLondon. She is remembered as a loving and caring Mother and Grandmother with a beautiful smile, who always had an open heart and home to all who knew her. May the Lord comfoJ,t you during this, your time of bereavement. Happy Valentine's Day Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a Happy Valentine's Day to all! May you enjoy days filled with real love not just on Feb. 14th, but everyday of the year. God is love. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to all Green Bay Packers family members, fans, friends (and foes)! The Green Bay Packers defeated the Pittsburgh Sieelers in Super Bowl XLV on Sunday, February 6th at Cowboys Stadium, taking home their fourth Lombardi trophy! This Columnist is a win or lose fan of the Miami Dolphins (a.k.a. A DolFan!). But I can still give props where props are due. You did it! Congratulations, Green Bay Packers -Super Bowl XIV Champions! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. 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II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 10-CA-017583 DIVISION K COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK AT BARTOW, N.A., Plaintiff, vs. MATTHEW SIBBICK, SANDRA SIBBICK, AND ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST ASSPOUSES, HEIRS DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; TENANT #1, TENANT #2, TENANT #3, AND TENANT #4, THE NAMES BEING FICTITIOUS TO ACCOUNT FOR PARTIES IN POSSESSION, Defendants, NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to an Order resetting the Judicial Sale Against Defendants, MATTHEW SIBBICK and SANDRA SIBBICK, dated the 2nd day of Febr!Jary. 2011, in Case No 201 0-CA-017583, Division K, of the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County Florida, in which COMMUNITY NATIONAL BANK AT BARTOW, N.A. is the Plaintiff and MATTHEW SIBBICK and SANDRA SIBBICK, are the Defendants, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor of the George E Edgecomb Building, Room 201/202, located at 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa Florida at 2:00 p.m. on the 16th day of March. 2011, the following described property as set forth in the Final Judgment of Foreclosure Against Defendants MATTHEW SIBBICK and SANDRA SIB BICK,and described as follows: LOT 1, NESMITH ESTATES, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT PLAT BOOK 93, PAGE n, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. Commonly known as 2822 Nesmith Estates Lane Plant City, Florida 33566 IF YOU ARE A SUBORDINATE LIENHOLDER CLAIMING A RIGHT TO FUNDS REMAINING AFTER THE SALE, YOU MUST FILE A CLAIM OF LIEN WITH THE CLERK NO LATER THAN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IFYOU FAIL TO FILE A CLAIM, YOU WILL NOT BE ENTITILED TO ANY REMAINING FUNDS. INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE AOA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8n1. Dated this day of February. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK LEGAL NOTICE PINELLAS SUNCOAST TRANSIT AUTHORITY HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY IFB-7772C BULK LUBRICANTS/FLUIDS (PSTA & HART} The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) along with the Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting bids for the purchase and delivery of engine oil, automatic transmission fluid extended life coolant, grease and gear oil. The bid documents will be available for download from HART's website at www goHART.org after 5 : 00 PM, on Tuesday, February 8, 2011. The documents will be located under the Business Opportunities section. All inquiries pertaining to the specifications or any questions in reference to the solicitation must be directed to : Daniel Marti, Contracts Specialist, Hillsborough Transit Authority, 4305 East 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605, (813) 449-4658 or e-mail at martid@gohart.org Additional deadlines and requirements are provided within the solicitation posted on HART's website It is the responsibility of the proposers to review the documents posted in their entirety. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-QOB-11 PORT REDWING OFFSITE MITIGATION PROJECT NO. 11-00311 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors interested in the enhancement of two (2) ponds with the intent of improving palustrine (fresh water) and estuarine (salt water) habitats Please see Tech Spec 01010 of the Bid Document for additional information A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and Site Visit will be held Monday, February 21, 2011 at 1 :30 p.m. in the TPA Board Room on the first floor of 11 01 Channels ide Drive, Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are required to attend. 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. Sealed b ids are due by Thursday March 17, 2011 at 1 :00 p.m. at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Firms failing to submit the required ITB 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. S II...J P PC> F4""T "'TI-lE F LC> 1=4 S E II'I""TIII'I E L F4""TI SE F4S PUBLIC NOTICE The Following Proposed Initiative Will Appear on the March 1, 2011 City of Municipal Election Ballot: TAMPA REFERENDA Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions for New Businesses and Expansions of Existing Businesses II Shall the municipality of the City of Tampa be authorized to grant, pursuant to s. 3, Art. VII of the State Constitution, property tax exemptions to new busi nesses and expansions of existing businesses? YES For authority to grant exemptions NO Against authority to grant exemptions ...a. ...a. f.) 0 ...a. ...a. "11 r 0 lJ g en m z ::! z m r ID c: r r m -t z "0 c: ID r en :::1: m c m < II EMPLOYMENT II Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIAOYAHOO COM Bus Drivers Needed Must Have COL Class B With Passenger And Air Brake Endorsement Clean Background Drug Free Call (813) 412-4168 Looking For Experienced Lawn Care Worker Must Pass Background Check No Misdemeanor Drug Chargers And Absolutely No Felony Charges (813) c: m en c ?( )> z c "11 :!! c ?(

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0 N c a: I.L c z < c en w ::::) t-w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::::) c.. z i= w ...I ...I ::::) m ...I w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...I I.L m I CD II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION Division A File No. : 201-CP-0184 IN RE: ESTATE OF JOHN A. PETZEN Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of John A. Petzen, deceased, whose date of death was December 19, 2009, is pending in the Circuit Court for Hillsborough County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is 800 E. Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is February 4, 2011. Attorney for Personal Representative: Jonathan W. Newlon Attorney for Dennis K. Henry Florida Bar Number: 167118 NEWLON DIVORCE CENTER, P.A. 38008 Live Oak Avenue Suite 2 Dade City, FL 33523 Telephone: (352) Fax: (352) 437-4873 Email:' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on March 2, 2011 at 9:00 a.m to hear the below listed cases. Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s). v i olation address, code section violated, 11nd legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that ij any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure. a veribatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE I 1CHI7471 RODRIGUEZ. RAUL JR. 1-H. 11TH ST. TAll""-FL SECTION: 27-180 (D) & (F) TO SEC 27 (D) LESLEY'S J T ADDITION LOT 6 BlOCK 56 189835.0000 CASE I 1CHI7411 HACII!NDAS DEYBOR INC. C/0 WEAR J. R. REGISlmiED loOSfT 1101 HACII!-CT. TAil""-FL SECTION: 27-1nTABLE 8-1, SEC 27-269 SEC 27-272, SEC 27-189(D) YBOR CITY BlOCK Y THAT PART OF BlOCKS 50 AND 53 MAP OF YBOR CITY AND OF BlOCKS 51 AND 52 LA CASA SUB AND OF CLOSED ALLEYS AND STREETS LYING BETWEEN OR WITHIN DESC AS BEG AT NW COR OF BLOCK 51 OF LA CASA SUB RUN E 302 FT FOR PCB TH CONT E 446 .93 FTTH S 471.47 FT NWLY 408 65 FT ALG 1160 .04 FT RAD CURVE TH W 104 .28 FT MOL TH N 155FT TH E 64 FT N 245.33 FT TO PCB 197153 .2000 CASE I 111-12795 IIINCIN, RENEE 2312 E. UBERTY ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-49 SHERWOOD HEIGHTS UNIT NO 1 LOT 21 BLOCK 2 140923 0000 CASE I 111-13343 SAVARY WANDA 2513 N 55TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27-130 UCETA S 44 FT OF LOT 9 BlOCK I 160206 0100 CASE I 111-17135 RIVERS, BESSIE ESTATE OF 2410 E. 18TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION CODES : 19. 19-56 MAYS ADDITION LOT 12 BLOCK 8 166288 0000 CASE I 111-16465 KC THREE UC C/0 REG. AGENT JOHN W. MCDONALD 1707 N 16TH ST., 1709, TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27 184 YBOR CITY BLOCK Y LOT 5 BLOCK 57 197230 .0QCX) CASE I 111-19057 HARVEY, BETTY JEAN ANDERSON ESTATE OF 2706 E. WILDER AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46. 19-47. 19-49. 19-50 WEST ROSEDALE LOT 6 BLOCK 2 156346 0000 CASE I 1G-1V094 JOHNSON, FRANK 4116 E ELLICOTT ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 46. 19-47 19 -49, 19 50 E 155FT OF S >;OF NW 14 OF SE 14 OF NW 14 LESS S 183 83 FT 153606 .0000 CASE I 111-1V928 RODRIGUEZ, OTIUA RODRIGUEZ, HORACIO 2304 W. IVY ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 27-77 TABLE 4-1 WEST TAMPA HEIGHTS W 40FT OF LOT 2 AND E 18FT OF LOT 3 BLOCK 9 177145 .0000 CASE I 111-11111211 NOWLIN, GEOFF 2317 W IVY ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27-77 TABLE 4-1 WEST TAMPA HEIGHTS LOT 17 BLOCK 6 177111 .0000 CASE I 111-1111111 IIIASTIIOI'liUI FRI!DERIC IIASTIIOI'tUQUA IIIONIQUE 11302 H. 13TH ST. NB, TAM""-FL SECTIONS : 19-49, 1&-233 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION LOT 18 BlOC!< 24 AND E 5 FT OF Q.OSEDAUEY ABUTTING ON W 148445.0020 CASI! I 1G-21000 LANE. ANNE W. 7211 N. 12TH ST. TAll""-FL SECTION: 19-49 VALMAR SUBDIVISION LOTS 1 AND2 170146.0000 CASE I 111-21045 STAFFORD, JONATHAN 1110 E. RIVER COVE ST. NB, TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 19-46, 19-233 FERN CUFF LOT207 149894.0000 CASE I 111-21386 JACKSON, JIIIIIIE JACKSON, ANNEITE 3&09 E. OSBORNE AVE., A & B, TAll""-FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-236 ZION HEIGHTS ADDITION LOTS 31 AND 32 156830 0000 CASE I 111-211147 WALTON,IIAURICE ESTATE OF BRYANT, VERONICA 4610 N. 31TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47, 19-49. 1!1 50 ZION HEIGHTS ADDITION LOT 54 156845 0100 CASE I 111-22030 GENGLER, KENNETH 5202 N. 45TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46. 19-47. 19-49 1!1-50 HILLSBOROUGH HEIGHTS EAST A REPLAT LOT 57 154173.0000 CASE I 111-22031 SHEELY, CLAUDIA 5204 N. 45TH ST., TAMPA. FL SECTIONS : 19-46. 19-47 19-49. 19-50 HILLSBOROUGH HEIGHTS EAST A REPLAT LOT 55 154172 0000 CASE t 111-22147 REDLAWSKI, MARVIN M. 3312 LILA ST . TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46. 19..S7. 19-49. 19 50 OSBORNE AVENUE SUBDIVISION S 90FT OF LOT 15 156485 0000 CASE t 111-22300 JOHNSON, Kill CRAWFORD, CONNIE 2617 E CHELSEA ST TAMPA FL SECTION : 19 56 ENGLEWOOD LOT 8 BLOCK 10 155776 0000 CASE I 111-22301 MENSAH, SATHURNIN N SESHIE 3229 N. 26TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION CODE: 19 233 CAMPQBELLO BLOCKS 31 TO 45 LOT 12 LESS THEN 50FT THEREOF BLOCK 34 167632 .0000 CASE I 111-231133 VIECO,JOSE 1701 E .IIAPLE AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTI ON : 19-233 FERN CLIFF LOT326 149981 .0000 ''The WJictt Our Conununi(v Speaking for Tl.'iel.r' :-.. -:-. : ... (813) 248-1921 II NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certffied mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on March 9, 2011 at 9 : 00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given.the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the OffiCe of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that ij any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a veribatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be besed. CASE I 111-13434 HARRIS, NADINE 1132 W SPRUCE ST., TAM""-FL SECTIONS: 1&-231, 18-46 19-49 & 1&-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TOWESTTAAIPIII LOT 8 BlOC!< 13 178903.0000 CASEI1G-1-JACKIION, JESSIE EVYET,GAL 1117W. SAINT LOUIS ST., TAll""-FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49 & 18-50 BOUTON AND SKINNER'S ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA LOT 20 BlOCK 7 177469 0000 CASE I 111-15318 HARRIS, JERRY 1915 W CHERRY ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46,1&-49 & 18-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA W 23 FT OF LOT 1 & E 11. 9 FT OF LOT 2 BLOCK 54 179635.0000 CASE I 111-17101 VALDES, NORMA 1809 W. BURKE ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47, 19-49 &19-50 HAMNER S W E ROME AVENUE ESTATES E 50FT OF LOT 10 AND S 75 FT OF E >; F LOT 23 104263 0100 CASE I 111-17412 COURIEL. RAQUEL F 273t BELAIRE Cl. TAMPA. FL SECTION CODE : 1&-50 BEL AIRE SUBDIVISION LOT31 106636.0000 CASEI1G-1-2140 W WAIJIUT ST. A & B. T..-, FL SECTIONS: 1&-231 1&-233 1&-234, 19-49, 18-46, 18-50 & 1&-56 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO V!E5f LOT 10 BLOCK 36 179583.0000 CASE I CASTELLOH, 2531W.IIAIN ST, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 111-26, 19-49, & 111-56 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BlOCK 47 179385.0000 CASEI111-2l1131 PRIEUR, DENNIS PRIEUR, SUZANNE 5305 H. SUWANEE AVE. TAll""-FL SECTIONS : 18-47, 19-49, 19-50 SEMINOLE HIEGHTS OF NORTH TAMPA LOT3Bl0CK4 164630.0000 CASE I 111-2135& DEGANTE, ZONIA E. 11307 N HAMNER AV., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49 19-50 & 19-234 GOLF VIEW HEIGHTS LOT29 95396 0000 CASE I 111-241117 DANIEL. FULANI 2204 E. IDA ST. TAll""-FL SECTIONS: 13-43, 13-45 (A) PROGRESO LOT 15 BlOCK 3 155974 .0000 EMPLOYMENT Joining the USF Team is now easier than ever with our on-line application! The University of South Aorida is one of the nation's leading public resean:h institutions and the ninth largest university in the U.S withfour campuses throughout the Greater Tampa Bay region. 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For Your Info :JJ The government does not promise to pay the pur-chaser's debt if the property m value is wrong. :JJ Ask Deanna! Is an advice column knownfor its fearless approach to reality-based subjects! Ask Deanna! can be heard every Sunday on KTYM AM 1460 at 3:oopm in Los Angeles, CA Dear Deanna! I work in an office of all women and a lwa y s get invited to their children s birthday parties. The only problem i s the fact I don't have any chil dren. M y gift giving ide a s are slim so I buy gift certific a tes to local book stores. Can you be lieve one of the mothers got mad and c a lled me cheap! Now I'm ready to stop par ticipating all together. Glenda NewYork,NY Dear Glenda: The materialistic and un grateful mother doesn't recog nize the value of your simple but thoughtful gift s She needs to play around with hooked on phonics to learn a few l e s s ons in courtesy and gratitude. If you enjoy giving gift s to the kids don t let one person spoil it for the others. It s y our hard earned money and you're enti tled to give whatever gift you want. Continue with the books and if the parents and children don't like it, then they should stop inviting you. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1@yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Website www.askdeanna.-com. The Great Wit What does a criminal defen dant do when his appellate op tions and his post-conviction options are all exhausted, but justice still has not been done in his case? The answer? The Great Writ. Centuries old, the Great Writ is now commonly referred to as a habeas corpus petit i on. It is well settled f e deral and state law that the habeas corpus pe tition i s available for those rare circumstances where justice has been denied. Thus, if a de fendant is rotting away in jail but should not be, a court is not supposed to turn him away simply because his appellate options and post-conviction op tions have expired. To do otherwise is the very opposite of what our country's legal system was built on: "It is / better to let nine guilty men go free than to let one innocent man be convicted The Supreme Court of the United States supports the Great Writ and has opined: The writ of habeas corpus is the fundamental instrument for safeguarding individual free dom against arbitrary and law less state action. Harris v. Nelson, 394 U S. 286, 290-291, 89 S. Ct. 1082 (1969). The Court further w ent on t o state that in a case where there is a manifest injustice the writ of habeas corpus "is e n shrined in our Constitution to be used as a mean s to correct manif e st injustice s a nd it s availability for u se whe n all oth e r remedie s h a v e b ee n exhausted h as serve d our socie ty well ove r m a ny ce nturi es." Id. Furth e r th e Supr e m e C o u r t of Flo rida h as rul e d, "Thi s Court will, o r course, r e m a in alert to claims of manife s t in justice, as will all Florid a courts. Baker v. State 878 So.2d 1236, (Fla 2004) Finally, the Second District Court of Appeal has also exe r cised its inherent authority to grant a writ of habeas corpu s to avoid incongruous and m ani festl y unfair r es ults. Ze n o v. State 910 So. 2d 394 (Fla 2nd DCA 2005) ; Ste ph e n s v State, 974 So.2d 455 (Fla. 2nd DCA 2008). So whil e it i s t e chnicall y cor rect that a crimin a l def e ndant may be time b ar r e d from filin g an appeal or a po s t-conviction motion the Supreme Court of the United Stat e s, the State of Florida and the S e cond District Court of Appeal have all or dered that where there is a manifest injustic e it is th e r e sponsibility of any court in th e land to corr e ct th a t injustice. To do otherwise is to thwart jus tice. Criminal Difense Attorneys T. Federico Bower and Mark J. O'Brien are bothformer Miami prosecutors, and handle exclusively and select state criminal difense cases. Send criminal law questions by submitting an online inquiry on their website at www.obrienbower.com or contacting them at 511 W. Bay St. #330, Tampa, FL 33606 (813-25Q-3533). All questions will be answered and those questions relevant to the most people will be featured in an upcoming article. Appraisal Needed To Obtain loan The law states that if the mortgage company orders the appraisal, the appraiser is re sponsible only to the mortgage company. We expect mortgage companies to be prudent and they should be, but being prudent is protect ing their interest, not neces sarily the purchaser' s. The mortgage company s position is: It has two sources of re payment: the purchaser's in come and the property. The responsibility to repay the loan is not based upon the property's value, so the purchaser is obligated to pay the note even if the prop erty value declines to zero. The loan may be insured or guaranteed by a government agency. Break Through For A Breakthrough "All personal breakthroughs begin with a change in beliefs." -Anthony Robbins Empowered greet-ings. Are you living the life you envisioned for yourself? -A successful and fulfilled life. -A life without limits. Or do you feel like your life is stuck in quicksapd and you 're sinking fast? If the latter is the case then today is your day for a breakthrough. I want you to tap into your frustrations and let it cause you to break through. Break through the despair in your life to a future of hope. Put your foot on the brakes of everything that have held you back. Use your inner drive to break through the limitations you've allowed other people to put on your life. Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt once said, No one can make you qMultiracial Census f A lot of people are eagerly waiting results of the 2010 census information that details how Americans identify themse lves racially The data will be released state by state this month and is expected to show a significant growth in the numbers of people who identify as multira ci al. When the data is made public, it is exp ecte d the numbe r of Americans identifying as multiracial will have grown by 35 percent in the last decade. As interracial marriages become more common, so too has the number of111ixed raced people in our society. The 2000 census was the first tha t allowed these individuals to easily ide ntify all parts of their r a ci a l back grounds if the y so chose. Those wh o suppo r t the clas sifica tion see it as a n impo r -tant step to breaking down racial barriers and moving toward an America that is free of prejudice. However, some believe that the designation will only serve to further undermine the political clout and social significance of racial minorities, particularly African Americ a ns. This line of thinking isn t too far-fetched. Often times, many of our positive, Black public figures with one non-black parent are claimed by the white majority. The accomplishments of these individuals are so significant that America often likes to ignore the one drop rule it instituted and enforce d -to keep tabs on and marginaliz e anyone with a nc estry that was not purely white -and tout the white ancestry of those we in the A f ri ca n A m e rican coninm- If the loan is greater than ; So% of the value, a portion of the loan 'may be insured by a ...a. private mortgage insurer. ...a. There is no decrease in N c risk for the purchaser regard -::::: less of the loan to value ratio. The investment by the purchaser is the same; a mixture of personal cash and a loan that must be repaid. ALL Mortgage Questions May Be Mailed To: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Loan Originator P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 feel inferior without your consent." You are a person of significance, a person of power and you have been designed with a divine purpose for your life. So break through the lim-5 itations of your mind or your ;:2 "stinking thinking" as Joyce c Meyer would say. Expand l> your knowledge base and you'll expand your way ofliv-Z ing. Break through and take positive actions toward m r achieving what you want in a:l life. Break through your fear c: of failure because your sue-cess is waiting on the other !!l side. z Lastly, break through to ., the courage and commit-c: a:l ment to success you harness r on to the inside of you, in en order to see a breakthrough ffi in you that will transform C yourTife : --------nity are rightfully proud of. President Obama, who many tried to hail as the first multiracial President, instead of the first black dent, comes to m :JJ -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c President Obama's mother is white. :a But he has publicly identified C as a black man and even checked that box -and nothing else -on his census form. And isn' t that what the census designation is all about? Giving individuals the right to identify with as many or as few ethnic groups in their background as they choose? Unlocking the shackles of the one drop rule and allowing individuals to celebrate all of who they are is a posi tive step toward racial harmony and acceptance in this country. Howevt;)r, the larger society must be careful it does not dilute the voice of groups, like African Americans, that have fought so hard to be heard, seen and recognized for their achieve-m e nts. C) m JUDGEGREG MATHIS a:1

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,... 151 Years 01 Making Love last: Tips From The People Who Know AND MRS. ERN (ELVIRA) PIND . Married 57 Years MR. AND MRS. CARL (JEWEL) WARREN Married 41 Years c a:: u.. c BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Mission: (tl Til Death Do Us Part. That promise seems almost a foregone conclusion with money problems, personality issu es, difZ fering spiritual and child r ea rin g prepare to honor those they a:: "love" with candy, cards, flower s and such, we w ante d to know in W the words of Patty Austin and C James Ingram, How Do You Keep the Music Playing? in lov e cn and most importantly marriag e ::J So we set out to get a nswers from the experts: couples wh o've a. been through the trenches and Z back and are still going strong. i= We talked to four married couW -J pies who have a combined tot a l 5 of 15i yea r s of marriage under m their belts. -J No s ubject was off limit s The y share their feeling s on m a.tte r s i= from the Bibl e to the b ed r oo m Z and how they've managed to keep it together over the yea rs
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HEADLINE BREAKING NEWS MR. AND MRS. DAVIS 2006 out with the old and in with the new for the 2011. Yes, after all we're still together and still standing faitlifully. TRULY SOMETHING SPECIAL MR. AND MRS. MERRELL Our love will endure all things because our love is reciprocating and starts and ends with you andJ. HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY, LOVE MR. AND MRS. DAVIS HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY CEDDIE BAND MS. IRENE Green grass, no mud, two people same touch. Two lives, one love, two hearts, same blood. You are forever my Valentine Mama. ... ----------......... Love is more than three words mumbled before bedtime. Love is sustained by action, a pattern of devotion in the things we do for each other every day. -Nicholas Sparks MS. P, CEDDIE B, AND KAY KAY You all may act like youforgot about him, but you didn't, just like we won't. He's still loved. Happy Valentine's Day, Daddy. N C) ...... ...... "'I r-0 :D z m r-This goes out to the best dad in the world. I love yo'u with aU myheart. Happy Valentine's Day. HOOD LOVE BUDDAHAND MRS. BEAUI'IFUL The picture speaks for itself, sold out. m c r r-!!I z ., c m r-u; :::1: m c m rii -1 c m c ,.. z c "'I :D 6 m n

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:!! c HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY 'ii=-r -D'ASHAAND BIG DIP This bond is unbreakable and our love is unchangeable. I'm here when you are up, I'm here when you are down. I'm daddy's girl so I'll always be around. Words can't explain how much I miss you. You may be down, but not for long, so to all of you, just chill, my daddy will be home. Happy Valentine's Day, Daddy Dip, from the First Lady Bibbins, D'Asha. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY Happy Valentine's Day Dip. We miss you more than you know. Keep your head up, you will be home soon. Loving you .always, your leading ladies, Keasha and D'Asha Bibbins. FOREVER AND ALWAYS MR. AND MRS. FRED GODWIN Happy Valentine's Day to my husband, Frederick,from your one and only lover. Love always, Mrs. G. HE PROPOSED, I SAID, UYES!" DASRIL PANKO AND RENE BROWN To Dasril, I thank Allah for our union. I truly love you with all my heart ... To Rene, my love, wife and my life, I truly love you with all my heart. Praising Allah for you. uTHE BOWSERS" 2 DUCK 4 AND BRI'IT Happy Valentine's Day to the love of my life. Duck and Britt established 5/24/08. Free 2 Duck 4 always andforever, I love you. "1'1 m m ::0 c: )> ::0 -< ..... ..... r 0 ::0 c )> en m z :::! r---------------------------------------------------,IZ TIARA AND GARY They say in life you only find that true love once, lQell I've. found it in you. Tiara I love you with all heart, mind, body andsoul. Happy Valentine's Day. I HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY AND ANNIVERSARY r-FREDRICK D. WILLIAMS, SR. Day love is being sent out_ to that-special man in my life, Mr. Fredrick, Sr. Baby, this makes 8 since our hearts have joined. Through all the trials and tribulations, we're.still standing. Behind every s .trong man there is a strong woman. ]l{oth-ing can break the bond we share. Until the day you return, our hearts still beat as "1." . Love, your wife; Elizabeth !....J andfamily. m r m c: r r z "0 c: m r c;; ::1: m c m < m ::0 -< -4 c: m en c )> z c :!! c

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> a: < ::::: r w u.. c a: u.. l_ c a: u. TALK TO ME! MR. AND MRS. JACKSON Happy Valentine's Day from Tiara. Keep y'allheads up! HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY MRS. JOANN SMITH WALTER, JOANN, JOQUEZ, AND WALTA VIA Prom JoQuez, Waltavia, and your hitsband Walter. We love you. c z < c en w ::::: I-ii: w > w HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAYTOMY LOVELY WIFE MRS. REMONJ4 WILLIAMS Love your husband, Lenny.' KATRINA AND ANGELO STANDING THE TEST OF TIME Things understood nee,d no A is worth. 1 ,000 words summed up into 2 ... Real Love'! WE':loVEYptJ, .. I .MRS.QUINrnEN JAMES . -. . our mother' a Happy Valentine's Coming from . Slim Budda!t,. Nettie, , and along with your '' ''grandldds. -1

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HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY i ' MOM, E., AND KAYLA B. SWEET LOVE CEDRIC AND BRI'ITINI Happy Valentine's Day to the Upshaws. We are truly .thank.ful for another year of sharing something so special, true, q:nd Love! HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY GROVER AND CARINA Babe, words can' t explain just how much you to me. But when I tell yoiL God made you jiist for me, He did just that. Babe, I'love you with all my heart. Happy Valentine's Day, Babe. ERIC, JR. BAY-BAY AKA BAY BEZZV First, let me set the record straightfrom Ms. Beziy to my loved one, Mr. Bay Bezzy. I'm wishing my hubby a Happy Valentine' s Day. I miss you Baby, see you soon. Love, Raynard, mom andfamily. Now roger that. REALLOVE m BIG JOE AND MS. BLAQUE . I would like to wish my sweetheart, Joe, a Happy Valentine's Day. I love and appreciate you, baby. Happy Valentine's Day everyone. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY JAY AND BIG ANT .; True love stands q.nd it's here Baby. I love.yqu. I To the sunshine ,that brightens up my d.ay. i love 'you baby. Love our husband. llJ :JJ c l> :JJ -< ..... ..... 1\) 0 ..... .....

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,.... ,.... fi: <( ::J a: a:l w LL 0 a: LL 0 a: LL HAPJ?Y VALENTINE'S DAY TO THE LOVE OF MY LIFE, CHUCK CHUCK AND RENEE CHUCK Years may come and go, but my love for you will never fade away. Our love is strong and solid. You are my strength a1id I am your backbone to keep you standing tall, through good times and yes, our bad times, I am here for you until the end, Bae .. Love always, Renee. 0 z <( 0 en w ::J ,1-ft w > w 0 w :::1: en ::i a:l ::J I:L z -i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w en <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL 0 I w (!J VONTELLAAND THE BOSS -' I I l .. \ Wishing. each other a Happy Valentine's Day. Last, but not least, kids: Chuck, Shawn, Jr., Ciara, Cody, Morgan, Mauriceo, NaNa, and Logan. One love; HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY MR. AND MRS. PACE I love you irifinitely, D.J. Kesha you are my world. DANG STILL? MYZZ NIQUE AND DUKES Yep and we are sill Myzz Nique and Dukes. No tea! No shade! Signed, stamped, and sealed. THE REEVES BOOSIE AND KEMMA A picture says a thousand words. Throughout all our trials and tribulations, we're still here. Love you, Bae. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY MR. AND MRS. SOSA Loving youfeels so great, but being in love with you is won-derful. Happy Valentine's Day, Baby! Lady Sosq. For you see, each day I love y.ou more Today more than yesterday and less than to morrow. . -Rosemonde Gerard

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. ----............. -........... -.. . .. . ......... -........... ., ...... ..... .. ......... . ..... -.. ............... ..... ....... ............... HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY \ ; ,. '7" .. 't' t MR. AND MRS. GROOMES What God has joined together let no man put asunder. Love yourwife NEW COVERAGE ASHLEY AND TOYA HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY MRS. THOMAS I wish my wife, my friend, and the love of my life a Happy Valentine' s Day. I love you, Bae. Love Tony. S-PACK THE HARD WAY MS. FELLS MAMA AND DOBY Happy Valentine's Day to our mommie and Uncle Joe. We love you Uncle Joe and can't wait until you return home. Love Ky'Ziah, Van'Njjah, Ter'Quyanna, Wil'Njjah, and Wil"Yette. HAPPY VALENTINE S DAY FRANKIE AND TANG I Wishing you a Happy Valentine' s Day with lots of love. HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY I I would like to wish the very special lady in my life a Happy Valentine's Day from your better half. I know it hasn' t been that long since we met, but I'm happy I met you and I love you. WE LOVE YOU Your girl Ashley. I love you Toy a. www.twitter.com/ FLSENTINELB I .!.J TRAPSTAR TONY I thank Godfor sending you into my life. We had our ups and downs, but through it all, we made it through. Bae, I want to wish you a Happy Valentine' s Day. I love you. The Real Mrs. Thomas. THEGORDONS Happy Valentine' s Day to the love of my life. I love you. I couldn't imagine spending the rest of my life without you. From your fiance. (813) 248-1921 ::Jl c m llJ ::Jl c: )> ::Jl -< ..... ..... I\) 0 ..... ..... r 0 :!:! c )> en m z :::! z m r llJ c: r r m :::! z "tt c: llJ r c;; ::I: m c m < m ::Jl -< -4 c: m en c )> z c :!:! c C) m cp 0

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..... ..... > a: c:t :l a: m w LL > c a: LL c a: LL c z c:t c en I CAN'T STOP, WoN'T STOP LOVING You I r: XAVIER VANDELINE Let's think back to the very first time you laid your eyes on me. I was nervous and trembling waiting patiently for you to walk in my life. So on this Valentine's Day, we're finally as !'ne. Love always. HAPPYVALENTINE'S DAY KEYONTE AND NICOLE BAXTER A soulmate is someone who knows you as you are, loves you as you are, (oops), understands where you've been, accepts who you've become and still invites you to grow with them and always keep it 1,000 with you through the good, bad, and-ugly . Happy 3rd Valentine's Day to us Bae. t-> a: w fiJ CLAP FOR THE HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP ME (TOSHIDA) BUT I COULDN'T :t: DO IT ALL ALONE WE (TOSHIDAAND SMOOGA) en :::i m :l D.. z i= w ..1 ..1 :l m ..1 w z i= z w en c:t c a: 0 ..1 LL (J 0 ..... w TOSHIDAAND SMOOGA And I will retire with the crown (yes), ain't being cocky, we just vindicated. Best believe that when we're done this moment will be syndicated ... We started in (2007) now it's (2011). As always who could rock the title as well as me ... Greatness is what we are on the brink of, non-stop lovers and friends. NENETO MY MOMMY MEKAAND NENE I want to wish the best Mom ever a special Happy Valenp tine's Day. Love my producer to thefullest. ... ...

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cwd J /r' ... I MRS. GLORIA ADAMS ANDREWS When we look at you, we can't help but thank Godforgiving us a mother who loves us dearly. God continues to show us His love through you. You have mastered the art of a gentle mother's touch, grace, strength, and passion. And stern when needed and patient when warranted. Your love is enduring and stands the tests of time. On this special day, we wish the world's greatest mother a Happy Valentine's Day, from your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and their families. m lXI :::rJ c: )> :::rJ -< .... .... 1\) 0 .... .... r-0 :::rJ c )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r-aJ c: r r-!!I z "'D c: lXI r-Ci) :::1: m c m < m :::rJ -< -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c :::rJ WILL YOU BE OUR VALENTINE? MR. And MRS. RICHARD (ALLISON) CLEBERT Allison, Valentine's Day comes only once a year. But you are there for us each and every day. We love you very much. Will you be our Valentine? From: Your loving husband, Richard, and your daughte,rs. Q m .... .... I 0

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