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Celebrating 65 Years In The Ta1npa Bay Area Fire Ruled on At Home Well own Tampan SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A 'THE AFRICAN AMERICANS IN FLORIDA ORAL HISTORY' PROJECT LAUNCHED Recently, the University of South Florida launched "The African Americans in Florida Oral History Project," a collection of more than 80 interviews of African Americans ranging from all walks of life and spanning all age groups. Community activist Otis Anthony in conjunction with the Tampa Urban League and the Hillsborough County Museum, conducted the interviews in 19n and 1978. In 1994, Anthony donated the collection to the University of South Florida Department of Anthropology in support of its Central Avenue Legacies Project. Shown in this photograph at the launching ceremony were from left to right: James Tokley, Poet Laureate for the City of Tampa, State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Otis Anthony, Betty Castor, Les Miller, Jr., and James Ransom (Photographs by BRUNSON). Principal Calls On Parents, Community SEE PAGE 2-A Deputies Probe Shooting Of Teen SEE PAGE 3-A Final Charge Against Attorney Dropped SEE PAGE 4 A USF Plans HIV/AIDS Walk SEE PAGE 4-A

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8 N N' a: w m 0 to 0 >=' <( c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w :::::. t-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::; m :::::. a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::::. m ...:. w z i= z w en <(. c a: 0 ...1 u. <( I N w CJ OWEN YOUNG Principal of Middleton HighSchool B IRIS B. HOLTON City Editor Since the beginning of school, discipline is down, the students are enthusiastic about coming to school, and they no longer require police escorts to get home. This is the new face of a school rich in historical value and as much a part of the communi ty as its people. However, Owen Young, the new principal of Middleton High School said there is still much to be done and he can't do it alone. Principal Calls On Parents, Communitv "There are a lot of positive things taking pl a ce this year. But in order for this to work, the community has to show support for our efforts. " I am calling on the parents and the business community to step up We can't do it by ourselves. We need everyone who wants to help to align themselves with our plans to improve the school," Young said. In three weeks, students who did not pass the FCAT will have another opportunity to take it. On Saturdays, the school is offering an Extended Learning Program to tutor the students for the FCAT. Those students who attend the program have found that it also helps them in class However, the attendance is low for the tutoring program and Young believes that if the parents take an active role and encourage the students to attend the class, their scores will improve. "We only h ave three weeks before they retake this test." H e feels that the key to improving the grade of the school and everything that affects the school is connect ed. He also stated th a t while the alumni and booster club are both active, more has to be done and monetary contri butions must be made. "Ms. (MaryEllen) Elia is very supportive of the school and she is providing the instructional needs of the school. But, it is the extras that we need. We need donations to get those things. I want people in the community to come out visit the school, and then ask, 'What can I do?' In order for this to work, it has to be a communi ty effort." Young said he extended an invitation to the businesses to meet and the school and the response was less than desired. He also said that he is planning to meet with s6 pastors in the community on October 31st. His goal is to ask the pastors to ask parents to take an active role in the education of their children. He further stated that everyone must come together under the same umbrella to make a difference. "We invite the community to come out and become aligned with us. It has to be done within a specific perimeter working tog et h er. This is the only way to have a voice is to come out, align yourself, and get invol ved." Young said h e is calling on the parents to support their children, the business community to help b y providing internships and jobs for st.u dents, and the community at large to provide mentors for the school. Young said not only does he know these goals can be met, they must be met to improve the school. African American Holiday Season Cards Inside verse: May the closeness of friends and the comfo,(t of home renew your spirit this holiday season. Imide verse: Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful holiday and happyNew Year. Inside verse: May the peace and joy of the horlday season be with }00 throughout the coming year, Inside verse: The gift of love. The gift of peace. The gift happiness. May all of these be }OOrsthis holiday season. $1 0 00 Assorted packaged set 5x7 1 8 Cards and envelopes view online@ www.ronwatsonartstudlo.com LIMITED TIME OFFER. ORDER BY 10/23/09 Get an addltional4 cards and envelopes ... FREEI 12 cards and envelopes for $1 0.00 per packaged set Order Today! 813.900.6327 I 813.231.3302 www.ronwatsonartstudio.com Management, Plo:ddo. Ser.r::lnel Bullet:in r.--;2;"" Publi.shi.ng ............. ....... ,_ Seroi-veekl.y ('1"\l.Qada.y & Pric!l'.ly) 104 $8 7 .,.,., 2207 E Zls t Avenue I H.a:rold Adams Tampa, -'lorida 33605-2041 ... 3) ?.41\-1921 2207 t:. ?.lo.t:. Avenue 3360.$-2043 22CJ7 E.. 21 c Avenue .... Go.-endol yn lla.yos E. 21st. Avenua ....... _, _____________ ,, ...................................... ----------NONl\ .. ,..,....., .. --. ........ CI'ICW"' ... ........................... C Blythe AnUrewe Jr;, j2207 lt. 2lt AVet\U TAQP, YL 33605-.............. + ......... ... .... ........ .... Mr. Clm::ift Andr:O'fo :2207 !:. 21t: Avnue Tampa,. J.')605 w '""; ........................... n -----------------+-------------------------------c. "Blyth .Andraw11 XXX !2207 Jt. 2.1.t Av.-nue TarDpa, J't 3:\60!5 Sybil K. ltnd.'t"flWtz-1litllll ................ ....... ...... ....................... : ::-.:::::::::::: ................ ,_,. ____ ____ ....,. ___ ........... -.C...,_.;,. ......... .. -.. --.:::;;::-..; .. --

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Features Fire Ruled Arson At Home Of Elderlv, Disabled Woman MRS.GENEVAFERRELL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Early Tuesday morning an alert neighbor reported a fire to the Tampa Fire Department. The neighbor then ran over and alerted th e residents. "T1 :::D c 0 (") d m m :::D 1\) 1\) 0 0
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0) 0 0 N c-i a: w Ill 0 (.) 0 >=' <( c a: LL. Registration Planned For USF HIV/AIDS Walk BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The University of South Florida, Institute On Black Life will hold their first HIV I AIDS Walk: "Walking for the Cure," on December 12th, from 7 a.m. until 9 a.m. The event will raise funds to support graduate student research on HIV I AIDS. The registration deadline is Oct. 30th. The event will be held on USF's Tampa Campus. Walk ers of all ages are encouraged to get involved to complete anywhere from half a lap to three laps: 3 laps (3 miles) Red Running Robins; 2laps (2 miles) :White Walking SeaC gulls; 1 iap (1 mile) Barely iX Budging Blue Birds; or 112 lap LL. (1j-2 mile) :-_ Purple Poke-A-C Longs. / Ms:' Clara Cobb, Institute >-on Black Life Coordinator at C( the University of South Florida sa1d, "Hillsborough County has W one of the largest number of 1-AIDSIHIV cases in the state. We have learned that the diW sease is not specific to any cui> ture, any age group, or any gender. That myth has been w dispelled." ::1: "In order to find a cure, we 0 ::; have got to have research, in m order to have research, we have K got to have bodies and finan Z cial support . This walk is to WI-bring attention and awareness ...J to this disease." ...J "Issues related to HIV I AIDS, the quality of life of those who _:. survive it, its prevention, and W its cure, all point to the critical need for research in the areas Z of health and the political and m socio-economic disparities that <( can undermine one's ability to C live a healthy life," Ms. Cobb ii: said. g She further stated that while LL. this is the first walk planned, more walkers are needed and some people who have walked before in other events are showing an interest. "We also inteiid to bring in those who never have done this kind of MS. CLARA COBB Institute on Black Life Coordinator at the University of South Florida They need to know how im portant it is, how relatively easy it is and how inspiring it is for themselves, their fellow walkers and the people they're helping." The USF Department of Africana Studies offers instruc tion and opportunities for re search in the areas of health and health disparities. Stu dents can pursue these objec tives through the department's Master of Liberal Arts in Africana Studies program or the Dispora Health and Health Disparities Graduate Certifi cate offered jointly with the College of Public Health In addition to IBL, sponsors include the USF Athletics De partment, the Hillsborough County Black Nurses Associa tion, the Hillsborough County Pastors on Patrol, the Hillsbor ough County Health Depart ment, the USF Department of Africana Studies, Tropicana, USF Physical Plant, Tampa Black Leadership Commission on Aids, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, USF Department and the Tampa Francis House Program. For more information and to register, contact Ms. Cobb (813) 974-9387 or e-mail 1 r ccobb@ibl.usfedu. Final Charge Dropped Against Attornev According to papers filed Wednesday, the Hillsborough County State Attorney s Office has dropped a misdemeanor charge against Attorney Carl Roland Hayes. Hayes had been shocked by a taser stun gun and arrested at a code enforcement meeting in November. According to Assistant State Attorney Douglas Covington, prosecutors had no rea sonable expectation of successful prosecution in the case Tampa Police accused Hayes, 53, of felonies, claim ing he slapped Officer Dan Miller's face as he escorted ATTORNEY CARL HAYES Hayes out of a code enforce ment board meeting. Hayes Correction was at the meeting to appeal a citation he received for not complying with historic preservation codes on his home The State Attorney's Office dropped the felony charges in March without explanation Attorney Stephen Romine sent prosecutors a memo last month, saying both a tape recording from the meeting and another officer's sworn testimony contradicted Miller's version of events Hayes was leaving the meeting when Miller physi cally engaged him with no law ful basis, according to Romine. A story published Tuesday, September 29th, incorrectly reported John Speights as being deceased. That information was reported from the Leon County Medical Examiner's Office in December 2008. We want to apologize to the members of the Speights family for this error. GET THE FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT WITHOUT FEELING TAXED. HELPING FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS : ; n MOVE ON' T HE:TAX.CREDlT. Being a first-time homebuyer is exciting, but the fast-approaching $8,000 tax credit deadline can be stressful. We can help lead you through the home-financing process and find the mortgage that's right for you. When you open a Rewards Checking Package, the points you earn can be used to pay down your mortgage. Stop in any Fifth Third Bank location, call us at 813-306-2585, or visit 53.com/mortgagedream to see what we can do for you. 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Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (US P S 20 2 1 40) 2 2 07 21s t Avenue. Tampa Flor ida 336 05 (8 1 3) 2 48 1921 P ublish e d E very T uesday a nd F riday B y FLORIDA SENT IN EL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co Membe r o l Na tio nal N ewspaper P ubl i s h ers Assoc iati o n ( NNP A ) and Am alga m ated P ublishers. I n c .. N ew Yor k 1 990 94 C P T i m el nt ernat1onal POS TM ASTER : Send Add r ess Cha n ge To: Florida Senti nel Bulletin P O Box 3 363 Tampa FL 33 601 P e r iodical P ostage P aid A t T a mpa. FL W.W. A n d r ews 1874-1931 ( 1919) C Blythe Andrew s 1 9 01-1 9 77 ( 1 94 5 ) Founders C BLYTH E ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Il l PRESIDENT / CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR_ , Su, b s c rip tio n s $ 44.00 -6 M on t h s Both Editio n s: S87.00 -Pe:r Edi tio ns O pi n io n s expr ess e d o n edi tor ia l pages o f t his n ewspape r by Co l um ni s t s o r Guest Wri t e r S do n ot n ecessa r i ly reflect t h e edi t orial sta n ce ol The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the P u b l isher. Who Is Francis Scon Kev;J 0 ne of our writers shared a very interesting incident, which one of her high school-aged children observed, just recently. Said Mom, "My son's history teacher was in the midst of a lesson about the War of 1812, when she mentioned the name 'Francis Scott Key.' Almost immediately, hands shot up in a quandary. Asked several of the students in one voice, 'Who's Francis Scott Key?"' No doubt, our readers are familiar with the man who wrote the lyrics for what would become "The Star Spangled Banner." Indeed, the name Francis Scott Key would seem to be a household word, like Elvis Presley, Abraham Lincoln, Paul Laurence Dunbar and Eleanor Roosevelt, right? Wrong! Experts and educators tell us American students and many of their parents are losing cultural consciousness, at an alarming rate. What school systems are witnessing and perhaps even aiding and abetting is the full-scale "Dummying" of American society. Consequently, President Barack Obama's interest in the state of our nation's educational-union comes none too soon. But what can we do, while waiting for what is surely to be yet, a well-needed stimulus package, designed to rescue or at least rehabilitate our schools? If we are parents, we can begin to make certain our children are being taught the basi(!s of American history and positive American culture. We can ask our children at the end of every school day, "What did you learn, today?" Then we can ask to see our children's homework and school bo9ks. But our involvement shouldn't stop there. We must become permanent factors at PTA and PTSA meetings. The greatest educational system in the world is NOT working. We must all work together to find out why! Don't Count On Social Securitv Alone I f you are one of millions of Americans who may have -to depend on Social Security alone during retire--ment, we've got some advice. You should begin, right now, to reorganize your finances to include a more secure source of support for your golden years. No kidding. Because of the impact of disability claims, job losses and early retirements on Social Security funding, it is projected to create $9 to $10 billion deficits in 2010 and 2011. We are especially concerned because at least 33 percent of retired Black Americans live on Social Security alone. To top it off, the large number of retired Americans who have invested in stocks and private pension plans have watched their investments and stocks plummet. Even more alarming is the number of companies that have sought to terminate pension and insurance plans for retirees as part of bankruptcy filings and closings. When 74 years ago, Social Security was designed to serve as a supplement for retirees, not as a full pension, according to a USA Today investigative series in 2005. The report explained while 22 percent of all Social Security recipients live on their Social Security checks alone, at that time, at least 53 percent of people in the Obesitv Is Sweeping The Nation 0 bes it y is sweepi n g th e nation. Have yo u not iced ? Wait l e t's n ot cal l i t obes ity, l e t u s call i t w h a t it is -Fat! Obesity so un ds too nice a nd it d oes n 't. rea ll y m a k e u s ash a m e d en o u g h to w ant to d o som e thin g a bout our f a tne s s Th a t i n clud e s yours trul y who h as p u t on some body fat tha t I a m not very proud of. Like many of you fat people I keep promising myself that I am going to do something a bout this extra weight. I say I am going on a diet. I say I am going to stop eating sweets, which I am addicted to and I say I am going to do some exercises. Be truthful, t hat i s exactl y w hat the m a j ority of yo u fa t peopl e say. Yet n e ith e r you n o r I d o a n y of th e s e things. In s t ea d we say we w ill start tomo r row, w e w ill st art next w eek o r we will st a rt the first of the month. Non e of these ev e r c orrie bec a u s e we never get st a rted on losing fat. According to doctors and medical theories a lot of our medical problems are caused by excess weight or fat and can be solved by losing weight. Problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, high choiesterol, heart problems and possible strokes are at the top of the list of Death To 'Don't Snitch!' I w a s in a barbershop, last Saturday, when a young man sauntered in, cool and shaggy But it wasn't his walk that shook me. What throttled my attention was his choice of dress. He was wear ing a bright yellow T-shirt with a statement scrawled in big black letters for the world to see, which read DEATH TO SNITCHES!" With a full mouth of gold teeth, the young man sneered a good-morning to nobody in particular slumped down in a chair and waited his turn at the barber's clippers. I tried not to stare at the young man's shirt, but the young man caught me. And a potentially violent conver s a tion ensued "What? You like my T _shirt?" snarled the young man. I find it interesting," I smiled. Interesting?" snapped the young gangster, "What's so interesting about it?" One of the barbers broke into the conversation, risking the loss of a potential customer "Yeah, I find it inter esting 'cause I wanna know whether you believe what's on your T -shirt!" The young man flashed a deadly look in the barber's direction. But thebarber's eyes declared their owner was not about to back down. "Well, I wouldn't be wearin' it ifl didn't believe it! A customer, who was sit ting in a barber's chair and getting a shave, spoke through shaving lather. "You ever been to jail? "What's it TO yuh?" barked the young tough. "Oh, nothing, grinned the customer -a middle-aged Bla ck man who looked as if he d just gotten off a blue-col lar nightshift, "but that kinda talk is what you hear from folks that have been to prison." "'You been to prison?" growled the young man. "Yeah, I have, Youngblood," smiled the cus tomer with a face full of shaving cream. 'Spent seven years behind bars " Well, I ain't old enough to go to prison. I'm only six teen. "SO, YOU A BAAABY," someone laughed! The young man smoldered, but did not say what he was obviously thinking! I picked up on the silence and continued my questions. "Sir," I said I mean no harm, but are you still in school?" The young man said he was a student at a local high school. "Are you a member of a group ... a gang?" He glared at me. Then reluctantly shook his head affirmatively, under pressure from the eyes of everyone else in the barber-shop. I continued, "Is what you have on your T-shirt how :::rJ c h ea l t h p r o bl e m s th a t can be }< avoide d b y p eo pl e n o t be in g 0 too fat. To illu stra t e how fatn ess i s 0 swee p i n g th e n atio n a m ajo r con ce rn is for obese c hil d r e n :::rJ in eve r growin g number s Don t for get obese i s a l so a 1\J nice way of sayi n g fat. H ea lth g advocates are say in g sc h oo l (0 c hildr e n n eed m o r e physi ca l ed u catio n a n d eve n a r ecess p eriod, aga in For ma n y of u s, exe r c i se con s i s t s of goin g for a r i de in o u r ca rs, sittin g o r l ayirig'-<)n the sofa wat c hin g t e le){ision s ittin g a t a t a bl e playin g ; e l ec tr o nic video ga me s a nd w a lk in g to the r e friger a tor to ge t a sn ac k Is this a rticle intended to try a nd emb a rrass fat p e ople? Certainly not. Nothing could be farther from the truth. I am merely trying to motivate the procrastinators, like me, to do something about our ... be nice, obesity. We need to ride a bike, go for a brisk walk, do some sit-ups, and above all watch our weight. ., r 0 your friends also feel?" :::rJ Answered the young man, C "Everybody at school feels that way Even some of the m teachers feel that way. It' s Z how we stay safe!" "Stay safe from who?" m roared an elderly customer, ':"" waiting to be shaved. The young man flashed a r gold-plated smile and answered; "That's how we ::::t protect from bu llies z and gang members." "'D "But if you don't tell the ffi authorities when you're r threatened, how are you to be Ci5 protected?" ffi "And what can they do? c demanded the youth. "Hell, m most of them are scared they-selves! "So, what happens? "Don't nothing happen. We just chill and let everybody c! handle they own business. rn The strong survive and the c weak get eaten. You know," laughed the young man, as he )> looked me up and down, ''You z knowhowitgoes!" -C Yes, I did know "bow it :a goes." It had gone that way a foryears! Finally, the head barber paused long enough to make a short, compelling statement ''Young man," he said, in a deep, preacherly voice, "I know your father and your mother. And I know they didn't raise you to think like that." The young man bowed his bead. "So, I tell you what," the barber continued, "when I close up, thi s evening, I'm gonna drop by your bouse. Then come Monday, you, I and your parents are going to pay your school a visit." The young man eyed the .. barber Said. the. barber, "The Dumb-stuff stops, NOW! workforce bad no pension plan and 32 percent of the workforce bad no savings. The handwriting iS on the wall. By 2037, Social Securitv will be out of money unless Congress acts soon. But we all have been warned!

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g Local N N' a: w lXI 0 1-Woman Chosen As Contestant On Game Show (.) 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor g a: When Ms. Rachelle LL Wood traveled to Los membe r s of the audience we r e identified in groups and she kn e w that she h a d to do so mething outstanding to get the attention of the producers conducting the interviews c a: LL c z < c (J) w :: ..... w > w c w :::1: (J) :::; ..m. :: Q, z iii ..J ..J :: m ...:. w z i= z w (J) ( a: 0 ..J LL Angeles California, to visit her maternal grandmother, she had no idea she would become a contestant on the nationally-aired game show, The Price Is Right." The show featuring Ms. Wood aired in Tampa on Tuesday and should be on the show's website. However, when her grandmother, Mrs. Ruthie Barnum, suggested that they attend the show, she was happy to accompany her. Ms. Wood said the I decided I had to stand out. I had the picture with me before I lost 125 pounds and I was waving it around. I was very excited. When I was talking about my weight loss, I noticed that the pro ducer was paying attention." "I was so nervous, every thing inside of me was shaking. I knew that I wasn't anyone special, but I wanted to stand out and I was just lucky that I did," she said. f$30-00l I I Supreme : For Retwist : style I Recession Special!!! I MS. ALFIE HOUSE L----------_J Loctician Shop: (813) 443-5741 Cell (813) 695-3974 8643 N. Nebraska Tam FL 33604 FATOU Moved To 2525 E. Hillsborough (Inside the Laundromart, Next to ShocTime) Ph: (813) 447-5712 __ .. Ms. Rachelle Wood recently competed in an episode of "The Price Is Right" game show. This is a photograph of Ms. Wood before she lost 125 pounds. Ms. Wood said that she was so nervous that she didn't see her name on the sign letting them know who the contestants would be. But, her grandmother had been to the show before and told her that she had been selected. The 27-year-old Tampa native ran up to contestants row and guessed the wrong prices several times. Then, she turned to her grand-Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family La'.-v Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor Al Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale 101 Tampa, Horida (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-064l Th ('i lh::t u:.xm B-=.::m.: }W etiwq:. E"lPLOYM. ENT DISCRIMINATION WORKERS' COMPENSATION clVif, SERViCE i t r NION BANKRUPTCY -Cl111pter 7 (S500 Plus Costs) 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building T.ampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop FMedosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW (813) 387-7724 moth e r when th e sofa came up a nd bided $ 1 ,000. It was the right answer. Ms. Wood said she could barely contain herself after being chosen. "It was trul y surreal and they do actually select random people to be on the show." Standing beside host Drew Carey, Ms. had the opportunity to spin the wheel, but she dicl>n't win the car or any o f the showcases. However; jus' t being a contestant was enough for her. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Karen) Wood, Ms. Wood graduated from Sickles High School and continued her education at the University of South Florida. She earned her degree in Psychology. She is also an active Alumni of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. Ms. Wood and her family are members of Allen Temple AME Church and she has a younger brother, Marlon. When time allows, Ms. Wood enjoys being active, running, bicycling, and working toward earning a black belt in the martial arts. However, after taking the two-year journey to lose the 125 pounds, Ms. Wood has a new career focus. She is currently working toward certification as a Fitness Coach. "Losing weight is one of the most important things you should do and you shouldn't rush it. It took me about two years to weight. Now, I just want to help and motivate others to reach their optimal health and fitness goals." "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 13) 248-1.921

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Local In recognition of October being the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, several law enforce ment a gencies will take part in the Fourth Annual "Love Shouldn't Hurt" motorcycle rally. The event, which is spon sored by the Springs of Tampa Bay, will be held on Sunday October 11th, at 8 a.m. at the Plant City Police Center, One Police Center Drive. Several members of law enforcement will participate in the rally as honorary chairmen. Among those are: Temple Terrace Police Chief Kenneth Albano, Sheriff David Gee; Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniels; Hillsborough State Attorney Mark Ober; Tampa International Airport Police Chief Paul F. Sireci; USF Police Chief Thomas. Longo; Florida Highway Patrol Major Ryan Burchnell; former Tampa Police Chief Stephen Hogue; Special Agent in Charge Jim Madden of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement; and Greg Stout, president of the Tampa Police Benevolent Association. The purpose of the rally is to raise awareness of Tampa Bay's efforts to end domestic violence. Registration and breakfast will begin at 8 a.m., followed by a two-hour scenic ride at 10 a.m. to Hungry Harry's Famous Bar-B-Que, 3116 Land 0' Lakes Blvd., in Land 0' Lakes. The motorcycle ride is part of The Spring's "Peace It Together" campaign to raise public awareness of domestic violence and efforts to elimi nate the problem. From noon to 3 p.m., there will be free entertainment by the Johnny G. Lyon Band at Hungry Harry's. Free T-shirts and commemorative patches will be distributed to the first 200 registrants. "Of all the various forms of violence so prevalent in our world today, perhaps the most inexcusable is the violence that occurs in our homes," Chief Albano said. "The Spring provides hope to those who may feel helpless, safety and security to with no place to turn, and spe cialized services to help vic tims restore a sense of normal. cy to their lives," he said. "The Love Shouldn't Hurt motorcycle ride is a great way to support The Spring while enjoying a day of fellowship and camaraderie." The Master of Ceremonies for the event is Dave McKay of WQYK 99.5-FM. For more information, contact Kat Alley of The Spring at (813) 247-5433, ext. 200. I Police Join Fight Against Domestic Violence g -4 Stay on top of your business cash flow with SunTrust Online Cash Manager5M. Being able to manage your cash flow effectively is critical to the success of your business. That's why SunTrust offers tools like Online Cash ManagerSM that allow you to see all of your accounts and balances at once, in real time, so you can choose the best time to make payments. And if you need to transfer funds between business checking accounts and commercial lines of credit, you can do it instantly online without the paperwork. To team more, call866.587.1780 or speak to your Sun Trust banker. Visit sun trust. com/business to team more about the wealth of online educational resources available to you, Including weblnars, advice, business solutions and more. sUNTRusT Cash Management Financio1g Solutions Retirement Solutions Ltve Solfd. Bank Soltd: sunTrust Bank Member FDIC. @2009 Sun Trust Banks, Inc Sun Trust is a federally registered service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc Uve Solid. Bank Solid. is a se'rvlce 13 mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. 0 aJ m :II N 0 0 CD r 0 :0 c > en m z ::j z m r I aJ c: r r m -4 z c: aJ r c;; :::1: m c m < m :II < -4 c: m en c > z c :II 6

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0'1 0 0 N N a: w co 0 1-u 0 c a: u.. c a: LL c z <( c en w ::J .... > a: w > w c w l: en :::; Dl z i= w ..J ..J ::J Dl ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL <( I co w (!) I! Rainbow Ministries Church Of God In Christ 1405 Park Street Seffner, FL 33584 813-381-3937 ELDER JOSEPH B. GREEN First bdv: I MISSIONAR Y CHER)1. GREEN Weekly Wc11-ship Schedule Sunday S<-hool-Ill A.M. Sun.r 7 P.M. Bible StudJ ;:;ltl P.M. Morning P!'llyc r Warriors Scrvke E wry Second Sal. OfEuchMonth l !:!ti/!in> Tiw Vl.si'JN Thnud; li;ith ''"''' :rai.;l,owmi 23 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O Box 290415 T ampa F L 33687 ( 813) 7&41021 Fe e dOurChi l dre n.org Christ Of The Solid Rock Ministries 5906 N. 40th Street Tampa, FL Pastor Letha Elder Time: 7:30P.M. Date: October 2 & 3, 2009 Speaker: OPHETESS GAIL BETHEL ,fOR PASTO' R PAUL & FIRST .LADY 'RIGETIE BUST.ER ,,,narna: "A Man Of Prayer & Purpose" 18:1, James 5:16, I Thessalonians 5: 17 Services Weeknight Services Start At 7:30P.M.) Saturday, October 3rd Rrst lady Night-7 P.M. Guest Speaker First Lady Marie Tarver White, Mt Carmel M B. Church, Plant Oty, FL -Rev. Donald White, Pastor {All Rrst Ladies & Ministers' Wives Are Invited!) Monday,October 5th-Revelation Community Church Dr. Gregory Robinson, Pastor Tuesday, October 6th -Northbay M. B Olurch Rev. Thomas l. Weeks, Pastor Wednesday, October 7th-New Life International Church Rev. Michael Williams, Pastor Thursday, October 8th -Hands Of God Ministries Bishop Clayton Ferguson, Pastor Friday, October 9th -True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church Rev. John Giles{ Pastor Sunday{ October 11th -11 A .M. Guest Speaker Rev. Xavier Johnson, Member, True Faith Inspirational Olurch Sunday, October 11th -4 P.M. Grace Mary M B. Church Moderator Dr. Thomas J. Reed, Pastor Local Retired And Proud Inc. Members Eniov life To The Fullest Retired military members of the organization attending the luncheon at Oystercatchers were: -front row: AI Cave, Chauncey Crenshaw, Tonja Brickhouse, Earl Garrett and Andria Wimberly. Back Row: Chester Reynolds, Amers Ayers, James Hammond, Lloyd (Fig) Newton, and Robert Wimberly. Retired and Proud Incorporated was founded in the Spring of 2005 by Robert Samuels. The group of retirees decided it would be interesting and fun to get together and meet other retirees in the Tampa Bay Area. The mission was sim pl-e: RELAX AND ENJOY LIFE-WE''VE EARNED IT!!! Today, this club is an active, dynamic group representing a broad cross section of experiences. The club me ets monthl y at some of the most distinguished venues in the Tampa Bay area: January was a sumptuous lunc heon at The Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club; February was highlighted by a delightful afternoon at the Columbia Restaurant in Ybor City; March featured an excit. ing outing at the Tampa Bay Downs; April inspired deep appreciation for the beauty of our city as we lunched at Jackson's Bistro overlooking Old Tampa Bay; May was smooth sailing on the Starship Cruise, and June was celebrated at the Historic Tampa Yacht and Country Club. The most recent luncheon was on Saturday, September ; ,:l6lh Restaurant. It was a perfect afternoon; graciously hosted 'i?Y the N akysha Dennis. Members and their guests enjoyed deli cious food, fellowship with old and new friends, grooving and dancing to live Caribbean music' by ".Sentauras" ,and a spectacular view. Retired and Proud, Inc. members, Yvonne Duncan, Joyce Austin president; and Betty Baker. Friends, Gene Black, Dolores Mcintosh, Sandra Davis and Joan Dawson. Interested persons are invited to attend the final lun-. cheon o f"2oo' 9 d n F riday$ October 30 at Saddle brook. Country Club Resort iJ.l Chapel; Florida' and the 5th annual Holiday Party at Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club on Friday, December 11. Plans are underway to make this party a very special evening for our members and guests. In addition, in 2009, members an
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You Are Inv ited To The Trial Sermo Of BRO. DEANDRE October 4, 2009-3 P.M. At The Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church 1605 N. Nebraska Tampa, FL 33602 Elder Theodis Lane, UNITY A.M.E. CHURCH 1013 W Dr. Martin Luther Kin g -Jr. B l vd Scfli!cr FL. 33584 . (813) 57 J-3 7 58 Church School 10 a. m. Each Sunday Sunday Morning Worshitl 1 1 a. m. Bible Study 7 p. m. Each Tuesday Night Crmre share witlt us the NEW THING God is doing! l'astol' Direction s: 1 blll.:ks East (:Momgo) l;n W Dr MLK Ji. Bl vd. nnd the Church i s on t.h,, I The Tampa District Of The A. M. E. Zion Church Formallv announces that the .. TI"ibute to God's Faithful Servant" in honor of Lut.-:v A. Fntch for her retirement as the Thmpa Di!itlid President. of the WH&OMS {Women's Home & Overseas Missionary Society) has been postponed due to her unforseen illness. This ewnt was to be held on October 3, 200'J 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. at Tbe Centro A'lturiano located at 1913 N. Nebraska Avenue in Tampa, Florida. Future Information About The Changes To Tbi" Event W'Ul Be Announced At A Later Time. Springhill Missionary Baptist Church 8119 East Dr. Martin Luther King, J ( Blvd Honoring Their Pastor Reverend Eugene Garnett, Sr. & First Lady Sister Katie Garnett ; "13th -. J Anniversary Theme: Celebrating A Good Work October 4th 4 P.M. First Baptist Church Of lincoln Gardens Reverend Anthony Greene And Congregation October 11th 4 P.M. Northside Missionary Baptist Church Reverend Ricardo Robinson And Congregation T h e Publi c Is Invited. Local After several weeks of deliberating and counting email votes and mailed in votes, the preliminary judges for the Florida Gospel Choir Idol Competition have selected the finalists. will gi v e their opm10ns regarding the performance by each choir the audience pre-N Church College Hill Rev. g The Board of Directors of the Greater Tampa Bay Region have also decided that on Friday, October 16, 2009, at 7 p.m. in the main sanctuary at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, the face-to-face performance phase of the event (Gospel Music Extravaganza) will take place. Who the best choir is will be decided and awards and honors will be presented to the participants. sent at the Gospel Music Extravaganza will make the final decision. The churches who received the most votes for having the best gospel choir and will par ticipate as the six finalists at the Gospel Music Extravaganza are: 34th St. Church Of God, Rev. Thomas Scott, Pastor, John Ware, Choir Director/MM; Beulah Baptist Institutional Church, Dr. James Favorite, Pastor, Richard Guess, Choir Director/MM; Bible-Based Fellowship (Carrollwood), Dr. Arthur Jones, Pastor, Corey Edwards, Choir Director/MM; First Baptist Evan Burrows, Pastor, .HOST: Pleasant M. B. Church Roltle Avenue Tampa, Florida 33607 (813) 253-5714 ''lite .Jews, The Gentiles and the Church of God" "Gil'e none offence.. neither to the nor to the Gentiles, nor to the church
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N a: w co 0 0 a: u. 0 a: u. 0 z c( 0 en w ::> 1-w _._ o w ':I: en ::::i co ::> a. z :::l ::> co ..!J w z 1-z w en a: g u. w a. Local St. l\1.u" Missionary B.1ptist Church i221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tamp.1, Horicla 33&16 (813) 839-5263 Pastor rr eacher Ruilrling O n A Firm Foundat ion" S dlool -9:30A .M. SUnday Moming Worship-10:55 AM. Wednesday Ntght Prayer Service & Bible Study 6 :30 P.M. T r ansportAtion S ervices Availabl e UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3 111 Ybo r S t Tampa, F L 3360 5 (81 3 ) 2 4 8 -59 55 ELDER H H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A .M. Bible Study Tues. 7 :30 P .M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Deacons' Association Of Tampa Bay Sponsors A Benefit Program For SIS. LINDA HENDERSON & BRO. ALFONSO THORNTON, SR. Saturday; October 3, 2009 Where: Highland M. B. 3410 E. North Street Rev. Julius Wynn, Pastor Rev. Tony Harris Of New Prospect, Wimauma, FL Will Bring The Message Deacon Fred Short, President* Deacon Milton Wade, Reporter The New Mt Zion Missionary Baptist Church Of Tampa, Florida Incorporated 2511 East Columbus Drive 33605 Reverend Dr. Walter J. Williams, Pastor Church: 813-248 -8101 Fax: 813-247-6338 LThe }jird ."l11Pites CJJou G[o tJur <'Ylllmlal gilnd c:Fricnds C:Dtw ( ( Sunday, October 11,. 2009 10:5 5 A.M. Service Theme: Maintaining Family Identification (Matthew 5: 1-11) Speaker: Minister Matthew Redmon Family And Friends Ser\ting Our Lord In Unity! venus And Serena Of Golf To Head BuHalo Soldiers Golf Tournament W h e n th e mida ft e rnoon start t o th e J a m es B l ac k 20 09 Inau g ur a L G o lf Tournament is sounded Ginger, 15, and Robbi Howard, 14, of Bradenton will be the headline pla y ers for the single-da y event. The two sisters, dubbed the "Venus and Serena of Golf, will play in their first tournament in Tampa. A nd, like Venus and Serena, Ginger and Robbi are coached b y their father, Robert Howard. The tournament spans three generations between Ginger and Robbi, who are rising stars in tourna ment play, and golf legend James Black, for whom the tournament is named. In contrast to the meteoric and celebrated ascent of the Howard sisters Black has a legac y of professional golf challenges and successes that relates back to the early 1960s w hen being African Ame r ican meant rejection and exclusion b y main stream golfers Our inte ntion is t o e mbrace golfers of all a g e s and from m a n y gene r a tions remarked e vent organize r, George Shaw, a T r ooper in the chapter who is jointl y chairing this event with fellow Trooper Joey Henderson. "We're honoring our past achievements in the game of golf, encouraging our pres ent engagement, and perpet uating our attainments through youth involve ment." Sponsored by the WoOds and Wanton Chapter of the GINGER AND ROBBIE HOWARD Buffalo Soldiers, the e v ent will stage teams of youths and adults at the Bay Palms Golf Course at MacDill Air Force Base at 1 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 18. Proceeds are designated to underwrite the club's 501(c)3 charities which include scholarships and service to underprivi leged children. Youths will form teams from Tampa's First Tee Program at Roger's Park Boy Scouts w ho have earned merit badg e s in golf and f r om the ranks of the Junior Buffalo Soldiers, Shaw said. Th e appearance of Ginger and Robbi, both of whom can drive between 230-250 y ards from the tee, is phenomenal Shaw said. ''They are just what we need--contemporary mod els for other youths in the lineup who have less experi ence on the links Shaw referred to the sis ters' 9 years of playing on courses from coast to coast across A m erica a nd t h e i r s u ccessful exploits in competition for which Gi nger has ea rned 95 trophies 15 m e dals and 57 first p l ace pos i tio n s o u t of 94, a n d Robbi has been p rese nt ed 69 tro phi es, 12 m e d a ls, a nd 39 first place position s ou t of72. Wh e n th e sisters played a San Diego CA course w hich w as challenging for me at age 64, Ginger got a hole-in-one," Shaw exclaimed. 'I'm impressed! Because of their ad v anced exposure, Ginger and Robbi can demonstrate to other youth participants the specifics of general golf etiquette, pro gression of appropriately addressing the ball, focusing and successfully following through," Shaw predicted. In addition to partici pants in the field of play, a gallery of female golfer "wanna-bees" will take instruction during the tournament on the practice range from a pro. "We hope to inspire women w ho are profession als, bus i ness owners politi cians, retirees, or in search of fun-filled dates to try the golf course as a different venue for business and social networking" said Shaw. The deadline to register for play and instruction is Oct. 12. Interested persons can each Trooper Shaw at Shawgeorge4s@yahoo.com and (813} 391-2493, or Trooper Henderson at Bflosgolf@hotmail.com and (813} 892-2981.

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"T1 Local a Tampa Scientist Succumbs To NeuroSarcoidosis o RONALDJ.BLANCHETT BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor On September 26, 2009 at 7:35 p. m Ronald Jose Blanchett passed away afte r a 15-year bout with NemoSarcoidosis. He was 49 yea rs o ld Blanchett was one of those f eatured in the Sentinel la s t yea r t a lkin g about the disease a nd the imp o rtan ce of paying attention t o sig n s fr o m the body. As a m atte r o f fact, Blanchett's story appeared on September 19 2008. It was l as t year in August whe n co m edian/actor Census Greek Complete Count Committee Kick-On The Hillsborough County 2010 Census Greek Com pl ete Count Committee (CCC) will Promote 2010 Census awareness through specific and con s istent outreach areas. The group will focus on the African-American hard-tocount populations to incr ease 2010 Census participation b y completing and turning in their United States Census Form. All members of the "Divine Nine" are invited to a tt en d the kick-off event Sat., Oct 3, 2009, 2-4 p. m at The Alpha House, 13704 N. 22nd St. (near Fletcher Ave. ) Tampa, 33612. BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, JR. And PASTOR & ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Worship Services llA.M. Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night ?P.M. Bernie Mack dic d o f pneu m o nia co mpli catio n s fro m Sar co d os i s About th e sa m e tim e th e All C l ass Reuni o n ('70s and '8os) was s ponsoring a gospe l program wh ose proceeds w e r e to b e n e fit r esearch o n Sarcodosis. Adrian White spea rh eade d the gospel tri bute and was among th e first l ocally t o share his ex p e ri e n ces of the disease. Blanchett shared v i a email in 2008 that Sarcoidosis is a n inflammato ry d i sease tha t s t arts in the lun gs, but in time can affec t any o r ga n in the body. The disease mainl y affects adults beh-veen the ages of 20 and 40 years o ld "Currently, there i s n o cme for thi s dis ease and the cause i s unknown," h e told the Sentinel. "That is why there i s a n eed for medica l r esearc h It i s important t o donate t o r esea rch and seek gran t fund in g," h e s t a t e d Blanchett ea rned a Bache lor of Sci e n ce degree in Biolog y and C h e mi stry from Clark Coll ege in Atlan t a, GA. He did gradu a t e wo rk at NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS P astor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A M Wed., Family Night-7 P M D e a John C Lovetl, Chairman Board Of Deacons VKTORY TEMPLE OUTREACH MlNlSTRl (Localed At The Sooth Terrace Plaza) 7633 N 56th St. Tampa. FL 33617 (613) 969-1663 PASTOR LA YTlA & BRO_ SDRKK MCK1NNY Join Us For Worship! Sundays ... 10:00 A.M. Worship Service Mondays.:.7 :00 P M Corporate Prayer 4th Mondays 7:00P M Substance Abuse Ministries Wednesdays .... 7:30 P .M. Bible Study 4th Fridays ... 7 :00 P M Youth Service 3rd Saturdays ... 1 :00 P M Women's Ministry "RESTORING FAITH, FAMILY & FINANCES" www. victorytempleoutreach.com expresse d gratitude to God and his family South e rn Illin ois UniYersitY a t Carbonda l e, his brothet:, Earl Blanchett, shared. Beginnin g his caree r as a skille d eye bank t echn.ic i a n a t Geo r gia Lions Eye Bank h e rose t o the position of T ec hni ca l Coordina t or. His s kills led t o numero u s promo tions H e served as Exec utive Dir ec tor a nd ultim a t e l y as th e Vice Pres ident o f Organ a nd Tissu e Donati o n s for the Indi a na Lions Eye Bank a t Indi a na UniYersity. Blanchett eve ntuall y l os t his j ob, l os t his h ea rin g and had be e n in a whee l chair. He did go int o r e mission for 2 years, but during the emai l conversation s h e h ad r e lapsed. However h e 0 ID m ::0 The so n of Lola Grinnn and Earl Blanchett, the fami l y will ce l ebrate his lif e .!" Sat., Oct. 3 2009, at Heartsong Communit y C hu rch, with Wilson Fune ral Hom e in c h arge of the ser vice (s ee funeral n o ti ces for add ti o nal information). The decision I be Music Extravaganza to be e Gospel eld at: Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1 006 West Cypress Street Tampa, FL 33606 Reverend Dr. W. James Favorite, Pastor Fridav, October 16, 2009 atl:OO p.m. GOSPEL CHOIR OF THE YEAR II The choirs (the finalists) selected to participate in the Gospel Music Extravaganza are: 34TH STREET CHURCH OF GOD Tampa, FL Rev. Thomas Scott, Pastor John Ware, Choir Director/MM BEULAH BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL CHURCH Tampa, FL Dr. James Favorite, Pastor Richard Guess, Choir Director/MM BIBLE BASED FELLOWSHIP (CARROLLWOOD) Tampa, FL Dr. Arthur Jones, Pastor Corey Edwards, Choir Director/MM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH COLLEGE HILL Tampa, FL Rev. Evan Burrows, Pastor Elvira Pinder, Choir Director/MM JERUSALEM MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Mulberry, FL Rev. Nathaniel Hill, Pastor Chad Edwards, Director/MM MT. OLIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Bradley Junction, FL Rev. Eugene Kendricks, Pastor Renard Hayes, Choir Director/MM ST. JOHN. P.BOGRESSIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Tampa, FL Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Pastor Sandra Jones; Choir Director/MM COME AND SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE CHOIR!!!!. "T1 5 ::0 a )> en m z ::j z m r;[D c r-z "tJ c [D c en ::I: m a m -1 c m en c ?( a "T1 a ?(

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CJ) 0 0 N N a: w CD (.) 0 c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w ::) .... i;: w > w c w ::J: en ___ m ::) 0.. z ..J ..J ::) m ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. Birthday Greeting Happv Binhdav, Willamena Happy birthday t o Willamena Johnson. From, your hu sband, James; and children, Antonio, Maressa and Antwart; along with your g r andchildre n We love you! llckets MUST be purchased in advance Tickets can be purchased on 22nd Street in front of Ferrell Middle School on Sundays from 4-7 P.M. At Christ of Calvary Community Church from 1 O:OQ-11 :00 A.M and 12:30-1:30 P.M. or by mail PO Box 4350 Tampa, FL 33677 or we can come to you! call 258-9275 24 hr line. In The Spotlight DONALEE This week's spotlight feature is the lovely Donalee, a. 21-year-old Taurus. Donalee says her favorite star is her sister, whom she says is a superstar in her eyes. Donalee's hobbies are traveling, learning, and meeting interesting peo ple. In the future, she wants to be the female version of Carson Daily and host her own musi cal fashion and art show. Donalee's philosophy of life is: "love yourself and be 'sucka free!' The man in Donalee's life must be a man with ambition, a plan, and ready to take action on that plan. Congratulations to Donalee as this week's Spotlight feature. MHS C a ss 1967 Presents AnEnchanted Evening With The 60th Birthday To Be Held: Saturday, Odober 24, At: Eddie Newkirk Life (en1er 3322 N. 34th Street From: 9 :00 P.M. 2 :00 P.M. Tickets: $30.00 Per Person -Includes Dinner Attire: Semi-Formal Colors: Silver, Gold & GAMMA THETA OMEGA, INC. SPONSORS Saturday, October 10, 2009 Semi--Formal Event Hilton 2 225 N lois Ave., Tampa Entmainmeat Theo Valentin, latrala Savage & The All Staz, and DJ JU.ndall C For more i116:Jrmation call (813) 760.0705 or (813) 731.1720 iu:kets: $45.00 each, and must be purchased in ad:Yance. TtckctsareonsaleattheAKA.Hoose,412E. ?!hAve., T ampa Datts: MondAy. Sept. 28 6 :00S :OOpm, Mfmli4y, 5 5 ;00-8:00pm, 7 00027856fi3.01

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Sports Bucs To Give Josh Johnson A Shot As Staner JOSH JOHNSON This Sunda y a t 1 p.m. h ea d coac h Raheem Morris will field his Tampa B ay Buccaneers against a W ashington Redskin team that will be trying to rebound from a horrific start The 1-2 R e dskins will host the Bucs at FedEx Field with troubled quarterback and coach, Jason Campbell and Jim Zorn, looking for answers and a victory. The 0-3 Bucs will seek their first win of the 2009 season with a new starting quarter-back, second-year pro, Josh Johnson. Byron Leftwich, who has been the starter for the Bucs in th eir 3 opening l oses, h as 58 completions on 107 attempts for 594 yards, 4 t ouchdowns a nd 3 intercep tions. The R edskins tried bol s ter ing their defensive lin e this off-season w h e n they acq uired Albert Haynesworth, who has been the lone shining light for the t ea m on either side of th e ball. As Buccaneer top draft pick, Josh Freeman, walks the s id e lin es, m a n y observers feel h e will be under center as the starter within the next two Buc defensive end Gaines Adams continues to struggle and now reportedly has a groin injury. If that s not bad enough, running back Derrick Ward is having knee problems. Earnest Graham and Carnell Williams were already side lined with knee problems, and the Bucs have no one else waiting in the wings at running back. Freenev likelv Out Two Games DWIGHT FREENEY Doctors are expecting Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney to miss two to tl].ree weeks with a strained quadriceps a league source said Tuesday morning. It should be pointed out that in the Freeney has been a notoriously quick healer. But if doctors are. correct, Freeney would miss the Colts' next two games against Seattle and at Tennessee before Indianapolis hits its bye week on Oct. 18. Under that schedule, Freeney could return for the Colts' game Oct. 25 at St. Louis. Freeney was apparently injured Sunday night, when Cardinals offensive tackle Levi Brown pulled the Indianapolis defensive end's face mask and Freeney heard a pop in his quad. He underwent an MRI exam on Monday. Miners' Gore likelv Out 3 Weeks With Bad Ankle FRANK GORE SANrA CLARA, CA --San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore is expected to miss three weeks because of a right ankle strain. The 49ers said Monday .. night that the strain was revealed during an MRI. Gore injured ahkle on his only carry during Sunda y' s 27 24 loss to the Minnesota Vikings. He left the game after a fouryard gain and did not return. Gore was taken to the locker room on a cart, but X-rays revealed no broken bones The team says the injury is not related to the ankle sprain Gore sustained during his 207-yard rushing performance against the Seattle Seahawks on Sept. 20. Gore will miss Sunday's game against the St. Louis Rams and next week's game against the Atlanta Falcons. Cowbovs' Barber Sidelined With Quad Strain ARLINGTON, Texas Cowboys running back Marion Barber was inactive for Monday night's game against Carolina after being limited in practice because of a left quadriceps strain. Barber got hurt on a 35yard run on his final carry in 'last week's loss to the New York Giants. He had indicated he wanted to phiy even though he didn't take part in a full practice before the Carolina game. The Cowboys didn't say whether. Felix Jones or Tashard ,Jones would start in Barber's place. Rashard lewis On 10-Game Suspension: Did Nothing Wrong' RASHARD LEWIS ORLANDO-.. Magic All Star forward Ra.Shard :bewis was anything but contrite Monday when his team gathered the day before training camp begins. Lewis will open the regular season serving his to-game suspension for violating the NBA's Anti-Drug Agreement last spring He tested positive for a banned substance (com monly known as DHEA) that was found in an over-thecounter supplement he was taking. "I still feel like I did nothing wrong," he said I've received more support than negative feedback It's only 10 games in an 82-game season. It's not going to make or break us. When Game 11 comes; I'll be ready to go." Serena Williams In Town To Siun Book .., ::D c 0 (') d aJ m :c I\) I\) 0 0 U) .., r 0 ::D c )> (/) m z :::! z m r I aJ Tennis celebrity Serena Williams was in town Thursday, Sept. C: t7fu. Bay area youngsters and adults braved the thunderstonns I= to get a peek at the star and to have her latest book, On The m Line, autographed. -t The tennis great was at the South Tampa Borders just a few Z days after her controversial 'foot on the line' during a match at "a the U.S. Open. (Photography by BRUNSON) 5i r For Interested Women Who Are College Tau Pi Chapter Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, xnc. . DIS ZETA PHI BOAil rei 1002 E. Palm Ave., Tampa, FL3360sOctober 10, 2009 @ 12:30 P.M. Contact Tamasha King 813-486-5418 Or Nadera1920@yahoo.com c;; :::t m C m < m -t c: m (/) c )> z c .., :!! c

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0') Sports N a: w Ill () 0 c a: LL. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::J .... w > w c w :I: en :J m ::J .. -c..z i= w _. _. ::J m ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 _. u. Forbes: Tiger Woods Is First Athlete To Reach $1 Billion TIGER WOODS It's good to be Tiger Woods. Forbes.com is reporting that Woods is the first athlete to reach $ 1 bil lion in earnings, beating out Michael Jordan and Michael Schumacher. Woods earned more than $10.5 million in giant cardboard checks this year on the PGA Tour and added another $10 million last weekend by winning the FedEx Cup. According to Forbes, that lit tle bonus was enough to push Woods over the $1 billion mark. Forbes has been tracking athlete earnings since before Tiger turned pro. Woods ad earned a cumulative $8.95 million going into 2009, by our estimates, from prize money, appearance fees en d o r se m e nts, bonuses and his golf course design business. If you add hi s $10.5 million in 2009 prize m oney, the FedEx bonus a nd his take so far this yea r from hi s more than $100 million in annual off-the-course earnings, Woods' career earnings are now 10 figures. The article points out that only Woods' accountant truly knows if h e 's a billion aire, but one thing is certain: Tiger's money-making potential won't slow down anytime soon. The most stunning part is that Woods is only 33 yea r s old--he might have 15 years of competitive golf left in him, and 30-plus years of designing courses. This is only the first billion for Woods. Woods has been the high est-paid American athlete for years, and the competition isn't even close. In this year's Fortunate 50, Sf's annual ranking, Woods's estimated total earnings were nearly $100 million, far exceeding Phil Mickelson in second ($53 million) and LeBron James in third ($42-4 million). Amazingly, Woods made even more the year before, according to SI -$128 million. Vick To Reoav S41&,ooo To Pension Plan MICHAEL VICK WASHINGTON -Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has agreed to repay at least ties a lawsuit against Vick for making transfers from the plan sponsored by a celebrity marketing company he once owned. It was the latest step in Vick's effort to rebuild his life and settle his financial problems since his release in July from federal custody after serving 18 months for running a dogfighting ring. In Auglist, a judge approved Vick's plan to emerge from bankru-ptcy protection and repay his creditors $20 mil lion. The former Atlanta Falcons star was accused of withdrawing more than $1.3 mil lion from the pension plan of the company, known as MV7. The department alleged that :f $416,000 that he is accused ;:. of illegally withdrawing from a pension plan . Vick improperly used the money to help pay penalties imposed on him after his dogfighting conspiracy con viction. The Labor Department said Wednesday the payment set-Wife Wants Havneswonh To Pav Bills, Stav Awav FRANKLIN TENNESSEE -Albert Haynesworth's wife is asking a Tennessee judge to force the Washington d efens ive t ackle t o pay vet erinary bills, his daugh t er s tuition and other family expenses dating back to when s h e filed for di vo r ce in April 2008. She a lso wants a restraining order against him. Stephanie Haynesworth said in the motion filed Sept. 1 7 that Haynesworth r ece ntly t hreatened to stop p aying tem porary support that be ga n in June. The motion alleges he said he wouldn't pay his daughter's monthl y tuition and a $4,000 veterinary bill that he authorized for the family dog. A Williamson County Chancery Court judg e h ad been scheduled to hear the the motion Tuesday, but it was continued until Oct 13. Haynesworth signed a seven-year, $100 million contract with Washington in the offseason. The Redskins said Monday that Haynesworth was in Tennessee for an MRI on a sore hip and personal business. Troner Back With Eagles AherYearOutOfleague PHILADELPHIA Jeremiah Trotter is back for a third run with the Philadelphia Eagles. The four-time Pro Bowl line backer sign ed a one-year con-tract Tu es d ay, r eturning to Philadelphia after spending a year out of the NFL. The Eagles releas e d qu atterback Jeff Garcia to make room for Trotter. Garcia was s i g n e d as an emerge ncy backup aft e r Donovan McNabb cracked a rib in the season o p e n er. Tomlin Mav Bench WR After Drops Limas Sweed has had a hard time holding onto the football during his two-year career. PITTSBURGH --Steelers receiver Limas Sweed may have dropped his way onto the bench. Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday he ma y deactivate Sweed, the team 's second -round pick last year, for Sunday night's game against the San Diego Chargers (2-1) "Absolutely," Tomlin said at his weekly news conference when asked if he was considering benching Sweed in favor of veteran Shaun McDonald. Sweed had one catch for 5 yards and dropped a pass in the end zone in the third quarter on Sunday as the defend ing Super Bowl champions fell to 1-2 with a 23-20 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals (2-1).

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Tomorrow's another da y Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --If you can't change your tune today, at least sing on key. This takes effort so apply yourself. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -Ordinary methods will not work now. Use whatever 19) --It l ooks lik e you've achi eved o n e major goal. Cel ebra t e wit h friends, b ut d o n' t f o r ge t your c h o r es. T aurus ( April 20-May 20) --Som e on e wan t s t o offe r you a n ew ass i g nm e nt Have confid e nce th a t you can do it Thi s will l ea d to m o r e in c om e lat er. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -You kn ow you shouldn t gossip but sometimes you do. This time there's a fals e rumor g oing around, so stay out of it. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Is your treasure s afe? Maybe you ought to go over the numbers again. Something may have .Changed. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) --You feel like you're carrying the world on your shoulders Get your partner involved Together you can do anything. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -. Don't worry if your words get tangled That's going around. Keep tryints until y ou get it right 1 The Blueprint 3 ........ .. ... ....... .... ..................... ....... ....... J ay -Z 2 I Look To You ......... ................................. Whitney Houston 3 So Far Gone (EP) ...... ........ .......... .... ....... ............ ......... Drake 4. Super Bad: The Return Of Boos .... .... ................... Lil' Boosie Man On The Moon : The End Of... ...................... ..... Kid Cudi 6. Ready ........................ ........... ............. ..... .... .... Trey Songz 7. Ohly Built 4 Cuban Lime .. P ... .............................. Raekwon 8 BLACKsummer'snight ...... ... ... ................... ....... ...... Maxwell 9. Finally Famous: Born A Thug ....... .............. ...... Trick Daddy 10. The E.N.D ...................... ................. ... The Black Eyed Peas 11. Loso's Way{Soundtrack) ........................ .............. Fabolous 12 Skinny Jeanz And A Mic ........ ............................ New Boyz Lady Love ....... .......... ......... ............. ...................... LeToya 14. Rebel uti on ................ ............. ............. ... ................. Pitt bull 15. !.Get Around .... .................................. .... ........ ....... .... K'Jon 16. Tum Me Loose ............ ...... ...................................... Ledisi 17. Relapse ... ... _. .... ..... ..... .................. : ....... ............ .... Eminem 18. Epiphany ........... ........... .......... .............. Chrisette Michele 19. Survival Skills .......... ...... ................... KRS-One & Buckshot 20. I Am ... Sash a Fierce .............................................. Beyonce 1. Pretty Wings .... .... ........... ....... ....... .. ... .... . ........ : .... Maxwell 2 Break Up ........ Mario Featuring Gucci Mane & Sean Garrett 3 Successful... .. ........ .... .... ...... ... .. 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Kelly Featuring Keri Hilson 15 Best I E ver Had .. ............. ....... ........ ............ ................. Drake 16. Bad Habits ........ ............... ....................... ...... .... ..... 17. Regret ...... ............ ........ ..... ...... LaTo ya Featuring Ludacris 18. On The Ocean ............ .. .. ............................... .......... ... K 'Jon Ice Cream Paint Job .......... ...... ................ ............ Dorrough 20. Forever ...... ...... Drake Featuring Kan y e West Lil Wayne &Eminem Al l My Children -T a d s urp r i ses t h e r e main in g d a ncer s at t h e c h arity d ance m a r at h o n wit h t h e n e w s t h at Br a t and N a tali a a r e i n t h e l ea d f o r don atio n s Anni e s u gges t s to h e r p art n e r S c ott t h a t t h ey "sex u p the i r d anc in g t o ra i se m ore m o ney. In stea d Scott g r a b s T a d and as k s f o r a b reak. Afte r a dmonishing Amand a for w h at she h as done to Jake, Tad ann o unce s to her and D avid th a t they h av e been di s qualified and are out. As the World Turns -Rosanna claim s she' s upset after Craig kisses her but he insists he had to shut her up some way. Craig get s a call about Johnny falling at the park and hurries to the hospital. As he rages at the woman who was supposed to be watching Johnny, Rosanna tries to calm him assuring Craig that he won't die Plastic surgeon Dr. Farber advises Rosann and Craig that because he may hav e a concussion, he can't use a anasethetic on Johnny when he stitche s him up. He asks them to be reassuring to the bo y and Rosanna advises Craig how best to h e lp his son. Ba c k at home Cr a ig thanks her for her help and a d v ice Th e two then ki ss Brad is stunne d w h e n J a n e t tells him and Kati e that she' s solv e d Liberty's problem b y finding a couple intere sted in adoptin h e r b a b y The Bold and the Beautiful -Thoug h she a dmit s that s h e mi ght h ave had a sm all s troke, St epha ni e a ssures h e r s i ster that she i s fin e Wh e n Ni c k re min ds h e r ab out the ir me et ing, s h e l eav es for the a p po intm ent w ith Pan1 clo se b e h i nd Whip s h ows t o Ni ck B r idget O we n a n d Jacki e the l ates t art icl e in 'Eye on Fashion" a bout the new success of Jackie M., Stephanie takes credit for their success. When asked about some recent sales numbers, Stephanie seems confused and then warns that she doesn't rely on them. Days of Our Lives -A bound Rafe wakes and finds a ranting Meredith vowing to kill him to pay him back for killing her sister Emily. She then clubs him with a brick and knocks him out. Chloe happily accepts Daniel's marriage proposal and engagement ring. P.lilll1l a l1B88IBI 0 L Can you find the names of some N M M of the fruits and vegetables y ou I p A eat, hidden in the box? They v c .R might be horizontal, vertical, diagonal, forward or backward. 0 X v c N R H u APPLE APRICOT, A s p A ASPARAGUS, BANANA, BEAN, BEETROOT, p p E G BROCCOli, CABBAGE, R R J A J CARROT, CAUliFLOWER, CELERY, CHERRY, u 0 c s CUCUMBER, DATE, N U H Q GRAPE, GRAPEFRUIT, LEEK LEMON, LIME E T C U MELON, MUSHROOM, T O M A OUVE, ONION ORANGE, v N A s PARSNIP, PEA, PEACH, PEAR, PINEAPPLE, M u s H POTATO, PRUNE, z Q s L PUMPKIN, RHUBARB SPINACH, SPROUT, 0 R A N SQUASH, STRAWBERRY, TOMATO, TURNIP, YAM . c p 0 T D anie l d ec id e s h e first want s to g i v e V i cto r t h e good goo d n ews b eca u s e o f all that h e h as don e f o r him After h e l eaves C hl oe updates Fat h er Matt and agr ees that s h e wan t s to get an a nnulm ent b eca u se s h e n eve r m arrie d Lu cas out o f love. General Hospital M ac fa int s afte r Spinelli announces to their fri ends that h e cannot marry M ax ie Wh e n he comes to Coleman in v ites e v eryone to Jake's for a party. Maxie stops them all and announces to Spinelli and e v eryone else that she doe s want to spend the rest of her life with him. She boa s ts that his unselfish offer just now proves his love for her. After everyone le aves, Jason remains behind and is please to find Sam waiting As he removes his pink tie and put it on her, Sam guesses that he convinced Spinelli to make the right decision. One Life to Live Schu y ler confides to Gigi that he's been b anned from teaching publi c s chool in Llan v iew. Gigi i s thrilled when Jeff offers Schu y ler a b arte nding job at Rodi s Whil e Schu y ler d o esn't w ant to a c c ept the gig for fea r of up s ettin g R e x furth e r Gigi a ssure s him that R ex do esn't hav e a problem with him a n y m o re. Though s h e leak s that R e as ked h e r to m a r ry him Gig i adds th at s h e turne d him d own L ate r S chuy l e r agrees to t end b a r s o tha t h e ca n finis h m ed sc h ool. Kim s u gges t s t o G igi t h a t they find t h e key t o t h e p r o bl e m s b etwe e n R ex an d G i g i and u se that t o ruin the ir r e l ation s hip M ar kk a and L a ng ston argu e over who they each think is going to win the mayoral race, Dorian or Viki. The Young and the Restless -In his hospital room Nikki assures Victor they will find a heart for him. After Traci admits that she's "come to terms" with her daughter's condition the doctor asks her to gather her friends and family to say goodbye As they argue about the stolen painting, Amber warns Gloria that Deacon is using her. 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ntertainment Nas Writes Open Letter Following Chicago Teen's Murder NAS A week after a 16-y ea r-old sc hool student's death ocked the citizens of icago, Nas has written an letter to the city's youth g them to stop the cycle f violence. The rapper was cting to the videotaped ating of honor roll student 1tp,,....,,.." Albert, who police walked unknowingly into e path of a brawl between rival groups, becoming latest statistic in a grim toll in Chicago schools, ere 34 students were illed last school year, ing to The New York Times. "Dear Young Warriors fighting th e \HO n g wars!" Nas wrote in an essay post e d o n GlobalGrind.com Killing each othe r is definitely played out. Being hurt from the lost of a lo ve o n e was never coo l. ... I know that feeling that frustration with lif e and ne ed ing to tak e it o ut on someone, anyone. But .. we chose the dumbest things to go the hardest for." Nas recalled seeing kids killed over designer clothing, sneakers, c hains, he say, s h e say" beefs, turf wars and youth seeking revenge for neglect from their p a r e nts I remember fee ling like I was the hardest n*gga' breathing," he wrote. "And I couldn't wait to prove it. But let's think. What are we really proving?? And proving what to who?? Everybody knows Chicago breeds the strongest of the strong but I just feel me, being ya brother from another state, feel your pain as if I grew up with you in ya very own household." 50 Cent Finallv Celebrates 40 oav In Queens QUEENS, NEW YORK -Cent finally had his day -in his 40 Day, the block he had originally for last month in his rhood of Southside a. It was postponed r weeks of promotion the rap megastar was to get the proper perfrom the city. But on -. ... ,n ... rnber 26th he had all paperwork in order. Over 2,500 people came to yard by P.S 40, accord to security officials for the 50 Cent/ G-Uriit-sponsor ed event. No heavy prior promotion was made. A few flyers were passed out on Friday, but most of the traffic for the event was due to word of mouth. Even LLoyd Banks said he didn't know about the function until about 3 a.m. on Saturday, when he a text message from someone in their organization telling him to show up. DJ Grandmaster Vic spun records from a stage, playing everything from the "Stanky Leg" to some of his famous blends of vocals from one record with the beat from another. Beyonce's singing from "Single Ladies" over the track from M.O.P.'s "Ante Up"went over well. There was plenty of free potato and macaroni salad, barbecued chicken and hot dogs served with an assortment of drinks. Kids had rides like the Bouncy Bounce, face painting and basketball shooting. Diffprent areas were marked with faux street signs, like Game Pl. and Food Pl. PussvcatDolls 'Taking A Break,' MELODY THORNTON Are the Pussycat Dolls on the outs? There have been rumors circulating that the girls may b e going th e ir separate ways, but Melody Thornton h e r fan s that the group isn t going any where, although they are tak ing some time off. However, that doesn t m ea n they won't be taking some time off. "Right now the Pussycat Dolls are on a break. It's actually a muchneeded qreak," Thornton told MTV News. "It's like when you're with your sisters for 24 hours a day and you need to take your own show er." omarion's New LP, Ollusion, Due November24 OMARION After hitching his wagon to Timbaland and.later to Lil Wayne, Omarion has decided to venture out on his own with a new imprint deal through EMI Label Services. The fcirrner B2K frontman announced September 24th that he signed a new deal with EMI to create his own imprint StarWorld Entertainment. Through the pact, the Los Angeles native will release his next project, Ollusion, due November 24. Just last month, Omarion united forces with Lil Wayne and joined the rapper's Young Money roster. However, shortly after the news broke, the singer mysteriously parted ways with the camp. "I have a lot of respect and admiration for the genius of Lil Wayne and the entire Young Money family," he said in a statement. c }< Jav-z To Oprah: Rihanna Can Be A 'Voice' For Domestic-Abuse Victims 0 (') .... 0 tD m I\) I\) 0 0 (0 Jay-Z appeared on r h e Oprah Winfr e y Show" o n Sept e mb e r 24t h co ncluding a whirlwind blitz that's seen th e two bu s in ess titans visit the rapper' s old Brooklyn stomping grounds, speak over th e airwav es and hav e th e ir conversation appear in the pages of 0 magazine. "Here you go again, smelling good," Winfrey joked as Jay-Z walked on the set. The line was in r efe rence to h e r call with Gayle King where she r emarke d after meeting the rapper she discovered how good he smelled. "That's swagger," an audience member chimed in, drawing Jay's laughter. The pair appeared at ease with each other as the talk show queen asked the rapper about his drug-dealing past, his marriage to Beyonce and his relationship with his father, whom Jay-Z had been estranged from before reuniting with him before his death. They agreed to disagree over issues with the N-word. Jay-Z said people give words power, and as a culture, we can take that away. Winfrey steadfastly disagreed, saying for her generation, the word JAY-Z r-0 is load e d with degradation. Winfrey also talked busi-g ness with the legendary rap-en per, as they visited his m Rocawear offices and dis-cussed the careers he's z helped mold. p! When it came to Rihanna, a, Jay-Z explained that he had c: I a talk with the "Umbrella" 1 star following her altercation !:!1 with Chris Brown. "It's one z of those situations where she's young, they're both C young,'; he said. ... There's a contention of young people en who are going through the ffi same things, and no one C hears their voice. 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C\1 a: w co 0 .... () 0 a: LL. MRS. BLONNIE BAKER Homegoing services for Mrs. Blonnie Baker of 2007 E. Ida Street, who passed away Monday, September 28, 2009, will be held Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 2 p. m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 E. Chipco Street, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, officiating. Interment will bd in Rest Haven Memorial Park > Cemetery. <( Blonnie Baker was born C November 17, 1927, in a: Garfield, Georgia, to the late U. James Peacock and Clara c Ward. She was an active z member in her church, St. <( John Progressive M. B. Church and enjoyed listening -. to spirituals. She was a memO her of the mission, Palace byrd CJ) Circle and Choir. w ::::> She was preceded in death .... by: her late husband, Charlie > Baker; granddaughter, a: Mentorial McCall; sisters, W Othelia Moore and Betsy > Johnson and brothers, W Thomas Peacock and James C Peacock; and stepson, Robert W LeeBaker. --She leaves to cherish her ::J memories: her children, m Dolores Cox, Gwendolyn ::::> Wright, James Johnson, Jr., D.. Joseph C. Black, Rubeana A. z Johnson and Tharon E. Baker i= (Hueyretta Y. Marino); grandW children, Lorane Baxter, ..J Joyce Wright, Collie Cox, Jr., S Clifford A. Wright, Shalonda m Barnes, Sonya Black, Sheri ..J Faffore, Willette Streets, w Ambra Black, Michelle C. z Tompkins, Jermaine i= Johnson, Felicia Museau, Z Chistopher C. Tompkins, W Calvin, Tharon Jr., Tanill, CJ) Anthony, Nardina, Robert ic( Lee, Jr., and Barbara Jean C Baker; a host of great grandi: children and great, great 0 grandchildren; step children, it Norris, Yvonne and Charles Baker; niece, Julienelle Johnson; nephew, Hayward Johnson; godmother, Lucille Walker; friends, Fannie Mae Barker-Robinson, and the Johnson family; and a host of other nieces, nephew, and friends. <( I co .,... The remains will repose at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-8 p. m. The. family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. DAVID BUNTS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. David Bunts, Sr. of 3404 Lindell Avenue, who passed away on Friday, September 25, 2009, will be held on Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 11 a. m. af Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church, 4209 N. 34th Street, Rev. Harry L. Dawkins, pastor, officiating with Rev. Joseph Bunts, Sr., eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Bunts was born on June 17, 1926, in Doughtery County, Georgia, to the late Edward Bunts, Sr. and Arlie Bell Bunts Sanders. Mr. Bunts was a lifelong resident of Tampa, and was a renowned businessman and artisan. Mr. Bunts owned and operated Bunts Cabinet Shop for nearly fifty years. Mr. Bunts married in 1947 the late Mae Doris Carter Bunts, and they were married for sixty years. He was also prece
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. Edward T. Garcia, Jr. born in Tampa, on July 1934 His parents were t<.n'""''r" T. Garcia and Thelma He attended County Schools: Carver, and gradu: from Middleton High ool, class of 1954 He d in the United States 82nd Airborne. was preceded in death his father, Edward Garcia mother, Thelma Garcia: Robert Garcia, Sr.; Garcia Sisk and Redding; aunts, Vera Clark, Ruth Garcia ; uncle, George ,... r .. :ta: and nephew Rhonie E. leaves to cherish his ..... his wife_ Bertha M. ; sister, Anna Garcia (Rhonie); nieces, KilOJnaa M. Scott, Barbara A. Scott Williams, Angrea Whigham Russellett Smith, Dillard (Don), Kathia k : Martin (Lasalle), hque Qarris and Aleta nephews, Benjamin .... ,vnn (Martha), Edward Robert ,...,uo.:><. Jr., Derrick Sisk and (Valarie); aunts, ean Cusseaux and cousins, Grover Jr., Eunice Stokes, ris Nabbie, Peggy Gray, Clifford Canty (Thelma) Julian Canty, Mr. and Mrs: John Harmon and family Lizetora Barnum (Usher)' Fredrick Ervin, Darrell Ervin Charles Weng (Lavern): Raymond Weng; Charles Canty, Conchita Canty Jones (Darren), Lanethia Canty, Lawana Canty and Tammy Canty; and a hos t of friends and f amily. If we forgot any names you are in our hearts!!! Visitation for Mr. Edward T. Garcia, Jr. will be held this Friday evening from s:oopm to 8:oopm at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 7:oopm until 8:oopm. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 11:45 a.m. Saturday afternoon. A HARMON BURIAL MS. SHEIKA NAT ATE WALKER A celebration of the life and memories of Ms. Sheika Natate Walker, who passed a'Yay on 27, 2009, w1ll be held m a memorial service, Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 2:30 p. m., at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610 with Minister Jeffrey Neal of New Progress M. B. Church officiating. Ms. Walker was a West Tampa resident. The daughter of the late Mr. Clarence Edward Walker and survived by her mother, Mrs. Sheila Walker. She leaves fond memories in the hearts of many: her dear mother, Mrs. Sheila Walker 2 sfsters and a Carolyn Walker, Chantrell Walker and Conneta White; brother, Mr. Jovan Blackmon 0 many cousins, among whom is, Justin Harris; a best friend, Shelly Parris; and a host of other family members and friends. A HARMON BURIAL. in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: rayw.ms@ij.net MS. VICTORIA MONROE-GORDON A homegoing celebration for Ms. Victoria Monroe-Gordon of 3417 E. Jean Street, who passed away in a local hospital on Monday, September 28 2009, will be held on Saturday: October 3, 2009 at 1 p. m. at True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, 2526 W Sligh Ave., Dr. Reverend John L Giles, pastor, and Rev. Xavie; officiating. Interment Will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Victoria MonroeGordon was a native of Tampa. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton Senior High School, class of 1955 She retired from the H_ills_borough County School District and found Christ at an early age. Ms. Monroe-Gordon was preceded in death by: parents, Clayborne and Willie Monroe grandmother, Mable Monroe; uncle, Lee Monroe; and siblings, Theresa MonroeClerkley, Oliver Monroe and Herbert Monroe. She leaves to cherish fond memories: children, Dea. Clayborne Arnlstrong and wife Mattie, Ms. Darline Lott, and Ms. Donna Jackson; sister, Ms. Althea Cutler; and aunt, Ms. Frances Monroe, all of Tampa grandchildren, Mr. Courtne; Jackson, Mrs. Shanai Belton and husband, Anthony, Mr. Clayborne Armstrong (Isabel) of Knoxville, Tennessee Mr. Jimmie Jackson, III (Cilicia), Mr. Steve Lott, Mr. Troy Armstrong, Ms. Donisha Jackson (Sidney), and Miss Desiree Armstrong, all of Tampa, Mrs. Giria Moore and husband, Roderick and SFG. Westly; great grandchildren, Nygiria Knight, Emerald Armstrong, Natalie Nathaniel Westly, II, NuaIa Westly, Elijah Harris Nygal Westly, Anthony Belton, II, Ja1da Armstrong, Troyniah Armstrong, Danaya Jackson Trinity Armstrong, Armstrong_, Troy Armstrong, II, Adona Belton, Tariana Armstrong, Aleeyah Armstrong and Bab.Y Sidney, II;-3 nephews,' George Lewis and Mr. Homer Cutler, II and wife Michelle of Orlando and R_ichard Monroe of 4 meces, Ms. Carolyn Monroe of Jacksonville, Ms. Debra Hill Ms. Teresa Lewis, Ms. Cutler of Tampa, and Ms. Rosa Cutler of Knoxville ; son-in-law Jimmie L. Jackson, Sr.; devot: ed friends, Fred Arnold and wife, Joyce, Ruby Hicks Jimmie and Annette Jackson' Barbara Johnson, Vann and Cynthia Cochrane. Visitation will be held Friday, October 2, 2009, at True Faith Inspirational Baptist Church, 2526 W. Sligh (behind Walgreen's) from 6-8 p.m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 12:45P m. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. MRS. PEARL RUTH LINDSAY Mrs. Pearl Ruth Lindsay McNeill of 4505 N. Rome Avenue, passed away Friday, September 25, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend William Cade officiating. Interment will follov in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. McNeill was born in Tampa, on July 8, 1926, to the William Frank Lindsay and Essie Cade Lindsay. She was a retired employee of Hillsborough County. Pearl accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior at an early age and was a faithful member of Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by: her parents; and siblings Althamese (Sherman) and Robert Lindsay. She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughters, Donnella Murphy and Rita Escalante (Frank) of Mitchellville, MD; son, Ernest C. McNeill ofWashington, DC; goddaughter, Jeffie Lane grandchildren, Derrick Murphy, George Shepard, Torrance Warren (Amaz), Francisco Julio Escalante (Mayumi) of Bowie MD' Jovan NcNeill, Escalante of San Diego, CA, and Amber Hayward; godgrandson, Sheppard; great grandchildren, Tyerra Shepard of Laurel, MD, Julius Shepard of Takoma Park MD Paris Shepard cf' Ft: Washington, MD, Taylor Brianna Murphy, Aahyah Warren, Tianna Warren, Jade Murphy, Sofia Grace Escalante of Bowie MD, Erica Wallace and Alexxus Tucker; sister-in-law, A\ease Washington;,niece, Brenda Lindsay of Los Angeles, CA; nephew, Forrest Lindsay; great nieces House (Anthony): .. Shara Lindsay and Kathleen Lindsay of Roanoke, VA; great nephew, Aaron Harris of Los Angeles, CA; cousins Angelina Smith (Robert)' Ronald Pittman, Trotman (Bobby), Reverend Spencer Pittman, Margie Lovett, Alfreda Mobley of Detroit, MI, Louise Waiters of Newark, NJ, Herman Pittman (Ness) of Ft. Lauderdale, FL Boisey N. Waiters (Daphne) of Dania, FL, Angela Eniola (Anthony )r.Au..nette Mann (Issac) of Micanopy, FL, and Leon Waiters (Margaret) of GA; close family friends Alberta Ellison (Eddie), Jones, Martha Hooks Dorothy Ward, the Burns' Reid, Harvey, Wilson: McCalls, Escalante families Earline Randolph and Family: Tanya Hayward, Lois Miles, and the Hampton University Alumni Association; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, October 2, 2009, a t Ray Williams "'T1 ::c 0 0 (') 0 m m :c Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to ,!') RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL N HOME, Rhodes & Northern, g Owners. low in Garden of Memories CJ) Cemetery. m Mrs. Nelacliffwas a native of Tallahassee, and a resident of z Tampa for 50 years. She was m educated in Tallahassee, and was a graduate of Lincoln m High School. c: Mrs. Nelacliffwas a member I of the Bay City Temple Elks 1 158 and Emma V. Kelley Council. She was employed as a School Crossing Guard for z the School District of "a Hillsborough County. 5j She leaves to cherish her rmemory: a devoted son Ci) Andre Walker and wife' ::::t Sandra; five brother, m and wife, Ruby of 0 Bristol, FL, Roosevelt Gibson m of Tallahassee, Henry Gibson < of Tampa, Cleveland Gibson m and wife, Renee of Tallahassee, and Joe Gibson and wife, Gwen of Deltona FL; sister, Clara m and husband, Roberto of en Jamaica, NY; sister-in-law 0 Charlotte Price of Havana FL: grandchildren, Andre 'Jr.: )> Wesley, Joseph and z Alexandra Walker godson 0 Kelvin Stewart; a of great "'T1 grandchildren, nieces, ::rJ nephews and cousins; special friends, Lillian White, Elaine Gibson, Mary Haywood, Earnestine Hicks, Mary Haywood, Fannie Thomas and Helen Willis-Worthy Matron Fitzpatrick # 765; and a host of other sorrowing rel-atives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. today, October 2, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. 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mr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 0 N N a: w CD 0 u 0 >=" a: w > W c w :I: CJ) ::J III ::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ::) CD I ...J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J LL :f N w CJ MR. DEMARCUS BERNARD PITIMAN 'BUMPER' Mr. D !'marcus Bernard Pittman "Bt.:mper" of Tampa, passed away Thursday, September 24, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, with Pastor T. D. Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Pittman was a native and lifelong resident of Tampa. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was preceded in death by: his great grandfather, Louis Albury; and great uncle Anthony Albury. DeMarcus leaves to cherish his memory: h -is mother, Dietrick Pittman; father, Dedrick Jackson; 3 children; Jontaria Gant, Zih-Mauni Wallace and DeMarcus -Bernard Pittman, Jr.; special friend, Joquila Fussell; 2 grandmothers, Denise Albury-Cogmon and friend, James Taylor and Frankie Jones; 2 grandfathers, Willie D. Pittman, Jr. and Timothy Cogmon; great grandmother, Lela Mae Albury; 4 sisters, Tarvia Renee Pittman, Rynisea Crawford, Destani Jackson and DeJah Jackson; 2 brothers, Darnell Jackson and DiQwan Jackson; 6 uncles, Willie D. Pittman III,. Maurice Williams, Maurico Williams, Malik Jones, Shabazz Jones and Rashard Jones; 3 aunts, Rickael Williams, Raven Jones and Shanice Jones; 3 great aunts, Gail Albury Jackson and husband, Jessie, Carroll Jones and Coloda Jones; 6 great uncles, Louis Albury, Jr. and Gussie, Bernard Albury and wife, Cecilia, Michael Albury, Lenard Albury and wife, Lenora, Jessie Jones and Tyrone Jones; 2 great, great uncles, Bernard Albury and wife, Wilhemena and Russell Albury and wife, Ruby; cousins, Keith Jones, Karista Jones, Katrina Jones, Denise Bagwell and husband, Tony, Jessica Jackson, Marlo Albury, VaShawn Albury, Michael Jackson, Rodrick Albury, Michael Albury, Jr., Tarvaris Albury, Amanda Albury, Ebony Albury, Akieva Albury, Rynka Albury, Kenneth McCall and wife, Gail, Donald McCall and wife, Donna, Rodney McCall, Clementis McCall and Steve McCall and wife, Carla, the DeLaughter and Nance families; and a host of cousins,. other relatives and friends; and special friends of the family, Ryan E. Crawford and Freddie Lee Jerry. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, October 2, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS F UNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. DELORES ADAMS TATE Mrs Delore s Adams Tate, affectionately known as "Polecat" of 1525 W. Jean Street, passed away Monday, September 28, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Tate was a native of Quincy, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 40 years. She was educated in the public schools of Gadsden County. She leaves to cherish her memory: devoted husband, James E. Tate; stepchildren, Tasha Wilcox, Leonardo and Lagee Davis; parents, Wallace and Marie Adams; sisters, Francenia (Eddie), Mary (Monty), Linda (Jimmie), all of Tampa, Loretta (Terry), Shirley, both o f Quincy; brothers, Freddie (Jackie) of Tampa, David and Terry, both of Quincy; aunts, Hazel (Alfonso) of NY, Lillie of Tampa and Margaret of Quincy; uncle, Jimmie (Iesha) of Jacksonville; favorite niece, Shimeka; favorite nephew, Tyrone Jr. "Smug," and 7 other nieces, 12 other -nephews, 7 great nieces and 7 great nephews; special friends, Littleton and Kay Long, Willie Drew, Gene and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m. today, October 2, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. IN MEMORY OF MRS. ESSIE L.GRAYSON 12/13/36 -9/29/01 Sadly missed by your daughter and family. It's been eight years. We love you so much! MRS. JANIE MAD BREEDLOVE Homegoing celebration for Mrs. J anie Mae Breedlove of 1501 E. Martin Luther King Blvd., Plant City, who passed away on September 23, 2009, will be held Friday, October 2, 2009, at 11 a. m. from St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, Plant City, with the Elder Larry Sykes, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in the Garden of Peace Cemetery, Plant City. Mrs. Janie Breedlove was born on December 24, 1914, in Sylvester, Georgia, to Emmanuel and Mamie Askew. On early Wednesday morning of September 23, 2009, she went to her heavenly home to be with the Lord. She received her early childhood education in Worth County, Georgia. After relocating to Florida, she became a member of the Church Of God and remained faithful. She was a Deaconess and Sunday School Teacher. She was inarrie(l' to the Tate William Breedlove. She was preceded in death: by her brother; daughter, Cutie Blango; son, Thomas James Brown, Jr.; two granddaughters, Barbara Williams and Renee Brown. She leaves to cherish precious memories: a loving daughter, Delores "Aldean" Smith of Plant City; a son, Johnny W. Brown (Ruby) of Augusta, Georgia; eight grandchildren, Janice Humdy of New York, Doris Y. Brown of Maryland, Thomas J. Brown, III (Bridget) of Indiana, Vermetra Riley of Maryland, Robert Blango(Brenda) of South Carolina, Anthony Brown of Indiana, Fred Blango of North Carolina, Lori De Jesus (Leo) of New York, Charisse Blango of New York, Shondell Blango (Jovette) of New York, and Tanika Blango and South Carolina; 23 great grandchildren and 8 great, great grandchildren; niece, Eva Lee; cousins, Demar and Alice Milton, and Minnie and the girls; three sisters-in-law; and a host of other relatives and friends.-The family received friends Thursday, October 1, 2009 from 5-7 p. m. at St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church, 108 S. Warnell Street, Plant City. Friends and family are asked to assemble at approximately 10:45 a. m., Friday, October 2, 2009. "A Service Of Comfort By: WASHINGTON FUNERAL CHAPEL, PLANT CITY Anthony (Tony) R. Washington, Jr., L. F. D./Owner. t MRS. BARBARA C B AITY Homegoing Celebration for Mrs. Barbara C. Baity of Tampa (Progress Village), who passed away Friday, September 25, 2009, will be held Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, with the pastor, Dr. SamuelS. Maxwell, officiating. Interment will be made on Monday, October 5, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. She was a devoted mother and housewife. Mrs. Baity was a native Tampan. She attended schools in Hillsborough County; graduating from Middleton High School. Mrs. Baity was an active member of the House of Prayer. Mrs. Baity was preceded in death by: her eldest son, Horace Baity; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henry (Cassie Mae Moore) Williams, Sr. ; and sister, Wanda Mayweather. She is survived by: a devoted husband, Mr. Isaiah Baity, Sr. ; children, Isaiah Baity, Jr., (Susan), Marvin Baity (Angela), Darlene Carter (Ernest), Vernon Baity and Barbara Baity; grandchildren, Tasha Baity, Jeannette Baity, Isaiah Baity, III, Donovan Carter, Chaz Carter, Marvin Baity, Jr., Dante Carter, Darnesha Carter, Asha Baity, Carl Hezekiah, Valencia Harris, Martin Cox; great grandchildren: Kameron Hezekiah, Jasmine Kirk, Marvin Baity, III, Serenity Carter, Nevaeh Hargrove, Zelmon, Zaquan and Shawn; sisters and brothers; Betty Partin (Preston) of New York, Ralph Williams (Barbara), Ralph Williams (Lillian) of South Carolina, Elouise Williams of New Jersey and Dolly Lu Beatty of South Carolina; daughter-in-law, Barbara Baity; caretakers, Shernette McNeal and Santa Rodriguez; a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 8-9 p. m., Friday, October 2, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m. Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MR. RONALD :JOSE BLANCHEt]' Hom egoing cele brati o n f o r M r R o n ald Jose Blanc h ett o f Tampa, who passed away Saturday, Septembe r 26, 2009, will be h eld Saturday, October 3 2009, at 2 p m at Heartsong Community Church, 4208 N. Florida Avenue, with the Reverend Jessie Washington, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He leaves to cherish fond memories with: his wife, Colette Blanchett; daughter, Ashley Blanchett; mother, Dolores (Lola) Blanchett; brothers, Earl Blanchett and Corey Presley; sister, Carmen Camacho; aunts, Jessie Bass, Carmen Louise Grinan and Sylvia Y. Grinan; Jose L. Grinan; a host of cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mr. Blanchett, graduated from Thomas Jefferson Senior High School, Class of 1977 He furthered his education at Clark University and Morehouse College. He resided in Indianapolis, Indiana -and returned to Tampa in 2005. He was a member of Heartsong Community Church and VicePresident of Tissue Bank International (TBI). The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5-6 p m., Friday, October 2, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com IN MEMORIAM SISTER LOUISE BATCHELORRIGGINS Sister, it has been a year since you've been gone. We miss you and love you very much. Sisters, Mrs. .Bettye Batchelor Brown and Mrs. Barbara Batchelor Johnson; Mrs. Carolyn Parnell, niece;

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., :D in the football program. H i s -MRS. BARBARAANN (Scott) SOUTHERS A homegoing celebration for Mrs. Barbara Ann (Scott) Southers of Tampa, who passed away Friday, September 25, 2009, will be held Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Highland Avenue Church of Christ, 2800 N. Highland Avenue, Tampa. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa. Visitation will be held from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. on Friday, October 2, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Barbara Ann Southers was born July 2, 1942, to Kib and Sybil Scott in Bradenton,. Florida. She was married to the late Isaac Southers, Sr., on January 4, 1960. From this union came three sons. Barbara leaves behind her children, Isaac Southers, Jr. and wife, Felicia Southers of Tampa; Kib Butler Southers and Ivan Kip Southers; 5 sisters, Dr. Gwendolyn (Scott) Trice and husband, Pastor Samuel A. Trice of Miami, Jacqueline Haygood and husband, Michael of Bradenton, Carla Thomas and husband, David of Palmetto, FL, Wendy Scott of Queens, NY, and Jeanette Boston of Tampa; 2 brothers, Perry Culler and wife, Elvira of Fort Valley, GA, and Maurice Edmon of Bradenton; 4 grandchildren, Tf!nnika L. Southers, Brittani L. Southers, Isaac Southers, III and Ian Joshua Southers, all of Tampa; 3 great grandchildren, Jermaine Goodman, Jr., Keyto Lee, Jr., and Tiyana Lee, all of Tampa, 2 devoted nieces, Tanisha -Corbett of Pembroke Pines, FL, and Sybil Trice of Miami; a devoted godson, Herbert Crum of Tampa; devoted neighbor, Brenda Patterson of Tampa; and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com news education religion business health sports family entertainment in the Florida Sentinel 813-248-1921 SISTER BEATRICE GREENE TABOR Homegoing celebration for Sister Beatrice Greene Tabor of 1611 E Lake Avenue, Tampa, will be held on Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, 1225 N. Nebraska Avenue, with the pastor, Elder W. J Williams, D. D., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. On Thursday evening, September 24, 2009, she went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She was born in Tampa, on Septeniber 12,1927, to Raymond Greene and Julia Applewhite Greene. She attended Hillsborough County Public Schools and was a graduate of Middleton High School, Class of 1946. She was employed by Hillsborough County in the 1960s, starting at Ybor City Neighborhood Service Center as an Aide. Later, she was moved to J. L. Young Senior Center as a Site Manager. After retiring from Hillsborough County, Mrs. Tabor volunteered at the Museum of African American Art in Downtown Tampa, until it closed. She was predeceased by: her parents, Raymond and Julia Greene; a sister, J en ell Greene; a nephew, James Greene, Jr.; and brother-inlaw, John Sneed. She leaves a loving family to cherish memories of her: 2 children, Wilma Sharon Garvin and Aaron Brice Tabor, both of Tampa; grandson, Joseph David Garvin; sisters, Carrie M. Greene and Dorothy G. Sneed, both of Tampa; brother, James Greene of Hempstead, NY; niece, Pamela Smith (Henry) of Tampa; nephews, Ronald Greene of Brandon, FL; Gordon Greene of Orangeburg, NY, and John L. Sneed (Deidre) of Tampa, Raymond Greene of NY, Michael H. Sneed (Vanesse) of Nashville, TN, Benjamin Greene of Atlantic City, NJ, and Benjamin A. Sneed {Natalie) of Nashville, TN; aunt, Rosa Green; a host of grand nieces and grand nephews; also a host of cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 5 9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. Friday, October 2, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJson-funeralhome.com MS.ORETHA JACKSON CHATMAN 3/30/52-9/29/09 Services for Ms. Oretha Jackson Chatman will be held Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 3 p. m. at Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 2628 E. 27th Avenue, Rev. Quantai Washington, Pastor of First John Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Ms. Oretha Jackson Chatman was preceded in death by: her parents, Bennie, Sr. and Christine Jackson; brother, Willie Jackson; niece, Michelle Jackson; nephew, Kenneth Stewart; and godson, Bruce Spivey, Jr. She was a very devoted, caring and loving companion of many years to Ronald Myers. She left loving memories with: her devoted and caring daughter, Jasmine Chatman (Steve); son, Joey Chatman (Ashley); loving grandchildren, Jawuan and Dowuan McCloud, Jamarian, Joey and Joi Aubrey Chatman; sisters, Redessa Garland, Juanita Jackson and Valerie Jackson; brothers, Bennie Jackson, Jr. and Robert Jackson; nieces, Teresa Johnson, Redina Garland, Sheila Grant, Candice Jackson and Reva Chappell; nephews, Nathaniel Garland, Darryl Garland, Keith Garland, Shedrick Ray, Cornelius Jackson, Demarcus Jackson and Ryan Fleming; a host of great nieces and nephews, cousins, other family m embers and friends; like a sister, Sunday Reese;special friends, Martha Charles, Eartha Robinson, Barbara Bell, Dot Norton, Linda Williams and Josette Walker; and acknowledgment to the Hospice Indigo Team and the 7C nurses station at Tampa General Hospital. Viewing will be held on Friday, October 2, 2009, from 6-8 p m. at Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 2628 E. 27th Avenue. Visitation following the service will be held at Centro Place Apartments (Clubhouse), 1302 E 21St Ave. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal MR. ISRAEL 'IZZV'LANG Feb. 2, 1942 -Oct. 10, 2008 Israel was born in Tampa. He was residing in New York at the time of his passing. He attended Middleton High School, where he participated coll ej:;iate years we1e spent a t 0 Tennessee Stat e U niversity in
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Crime Admined Gang Member Taken Into custodv SAMUEL M. WHITE, IV ... arrested for violation of probation The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said an admit ted gang member was arrested on Tuesday afternoon at an apartment. He was charged with violation of pro bation. According to police, Samuel Maze White, IV, is a known and admitted member of the DRAK Gang: H e was on probation for thre e counts of poss e ss i o n of a controll e d substan c e within 1,000 feet of a church or school and three counts of possession of cocain e Police had received a tip that White would be at an apartment on Lake Magdalene. D e tectives established surveillance on the apartment for several hours and waited until he appeared. Police said White is list e d as a violent felony offender and known to be violent After determining that White was inside the apartment, police approached it and knocked on the door. Several minutes passed before he surrendered peace fully He was transported to the Hillsborough County Jail, where he was booked on the charge of violation of proba tion. He is being held without bond. Man Flees Police With Son In car ERIC BENTLEY A 36-year-old man was taken into custody Tuesday night after speeding through East Tampa with his son in the vehicle. Police had attempted to stop the man for speeding near the intersection of N 20th Street and E. 24th Avenue. However, as police approached the 1971 Chevrolet Impala, the man drove away recklessly and at a high rate of speed. The offi cers did not initiate a chase. N. 56th Ste.13 FL 33617 office (813} 988 7881 Police said the vehicle ran several stop signs, cut off sev eral other vehicles and nearly wrecked as it passed marked police units on Columbus Drive Members of the SAC Squad were activated and saturated the area in undercover vehicles. Police located the vehicle near E. 18th Avenue and N. 12th Street, as the driver, identified as Eric D. Bentley attempted to exit the vehicle. After Bentley was taken into custody, police discov ered that Bentley's 12-year old son was in the vehicle at the time. Bentley is charged with fleeing to elude at a high speed, reckless driving, dri ving with license cancelled, suspended, or revoked, and child neglect. The child was released to his grandparents, police said. Bentley was transported to the Hillsborough County Jail where his bond was set at $15,000. Open %4Hours 7DaysA "We'll Get You Out Quick . So You Won t Have To Sit" ., :lJ c Two Arrested For Teenager's Murder l< 0 (") -t 0 IJJ m :lJ I\) ST. PETERSBURG --T w o t ee n age r s we r e t a k e n into c u s tod y o n W e dn e sday aft e r no o n a nd charged with mur d e r in connection with the death of a 19y ear-old man. The man was shot outside a convenience store following a quarrel. Police responde d to the Sn_ax Food Store, 1755 Dr. Martin Luther King, Drive, South, in reference to a per son being shot shortly after 3:16 a. m. Wednesday Upon their arrival, they discovered that Marquise T. Pennywell had been shot. He was transported to Bayfront Medical Center, where he died at 4:31 a.m., police said. Investigators learned that Pennywell and four of his friends had been involved in an argument prior to the shooting At some point, two of the men they were arguing with entered a black SUV Witnesses told police that several shots were fired from the vehicle before it fled the scene. At least three of the bullets struck Peimywell. No other injuries were reported, police said Homicide detectives learned from witnesses that Suspects Sought In Dental Assistant's Murder WILLIAM HOLLEY SARASOTASarasota Police are searching for suspects they believe killed a Bradenton dental assistant. Police report that William Holley, 33, was shot Saturday morning. Police said Holley was in his vehicle when he saw a man being beaten and robbed. When he got closer a group of attackers approached him and opened fire. He was able to drive one block to a stop sign where he was found dead. The robbery victim is the only witness to Holley's mur der. He suffered only minor injuries. Anyone with information is asked to call Sarasota Crime Stoppers at (941) 366-TIPS. HECI'OR WILLIAM PENA, III the vehicle was frequently observed at the store. Witnesses also told police that the suspects were possi bly in the area surrounding the store. Around 10:30 a.m., police located the abandoned Ford Escape at 2104 10th Street South. Hector William Pena, III, and Dontavious Marquel Sparrow, who were charged with the murder were located at the address. Police said Sparrow, who had an active warrant for his arrest on narcotics violations was located hiding in the attic. Police said they also recovered four semi-automatic DONTAVIOUS MARQUEL SPARROW handguns from the attic from the home, where a relative of one of the suspects lived. I\) 0 0 z c ., :lJ c of burglary too-ls and 20 counts ofvehicle burglary. G') All three men were trans-m ported to the Pinellas County Jail. )>

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0) 0 0 N N a: w a:! 0 .... u 0 <( c a: LL. c z a: w > w c w J: CJ) :::i m ::;:) D. z i= w ..J ..J ::;:) m I ..J w z i= z w CJ) <( 0 a: 0 ..J LL. <( I N w (!) Ken serves on his neighborhood Family Support and Re. source Center's (FSRC) Council to make a real difference in his community, while his daughters Kaleigh and Jaelyn enjoy the FSRC's many toddler c lasses that help them learn, grow and build friendships with other children. Funded in part by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play groups, mentoring, mobile health services, job skills training and much more! Most important, FSRCs provide the resources residents themselves determine to be most needed. Discover the Resource Center near you! Visit www.DreamsWorthGrowing.com or call 813-229-2884 to learn more about how your Children's Board can help. Because Every Child is a Dream Worth Growing. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing

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. <.. ... Member s Of Brock F amiiV Hos t Reutllo' n lli>Jampa ; :'-j I' I! 1 : t.'Wi)O -':: J : -Uv 1 ,. "' .UU..:> During the Labo r Day weekend Mrs. Ann Porte r and her ch i ld r e n se r ved as t h e hosts for their f a mil y reuri io n Nearl y o n e hundre d r e latives fro m thro u g h o u t F l o rid a, G eo r gia, a nd Texas cam e t o T a mpa for t h e first r eunio n to b e h e ld in T a m pa. \ Mrs. Porter m ove d t o T ampa w i t h h e r parents, but t h e r e m ainde r o f t h eir f a mil y re m ai n e d i n G eo r gia. \, ; ; : 1 The f a mil y gathere d a t the Embas s y Suite s o n West s h o r e and e nj oye d a wee k end of a cti v i t i e s t h a t includ e d form a L b anquet, in whi c h t h ey paid tribute to Mother Rosie Brock Pitts, the f a mil y's m atria r c h and worshippe d t o g ethe r o n Sunday at B e ul a h Institutibnal Churc h (Photographs by Lomax Mcintyre). City Councilwoman Gwen Miller, center, is shown with Mrs Ann Porter, left, and Mother Rosie Brock Pitts, the family matriarch. Councilwoman Miller presented them with a proclamation from the City of Tampa during the banquet. The Georgia Brock Family Connection and Host Committee of the Family Reunion shown here from left to right are: Evangelist Marie Owens, Larry Brock, Tony Lowe, Pastor May Mills, Ernestine Anderson, Gloria Powell and Gregory Miller. Shown in this photograph from left to right are: Chrissa Powell, Gloria Powell, Juanita Johnson, and Jawanica Johnson, of Atlanta, Georgia. They are the children of the late Timothy Brock. During the family reunion, Leviticus Jenkins proposed to Essila Ringer. Among those attending the Brock Family Reunion recently held at tl1e Embassy Suite on Westshore were: Dr. and Mrs. Paul Sheehy, Jr. Mrs. Dianna Allen Quiq and twins, Wayne Anthony (A.J .) and Brianna Quin, attended the family reunion. MOTHER ROSIE BROCK PITTS ... Family Matriarch Rev. Michael Brock is also a resident of Jonesboro, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs Larry Brock traveled to Tampa for the Brock Family Reunion from Jonesboro, Georgia. Rev. and Mrs. Anthony McCord attended the family reunion festivities. Shown in this photograph are Rev. and Drs. W. James and Ann Favorite. Rev. Favorite gav e the invocation at the Brock Family Banquet. Among those attending the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Les (Gwen) Miller, Jr. Karen Porter, daughter of Ann Porter, is shown with her niece, Allysa Ann Grady, a student at Texas A & M University Shown in this photograph are: Elijah Walker, (standing), Alicia McCord is holding Malik Kimble; and little Miss Makenzie Farley is standing beside her.

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0 N N' a: w al 0 c a: u.. Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal RJghts? Call Tanva Duoree b PA. (8J3) 418-5253 OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense. Familv Law & Person at" lnj ury Cypress Point Oftke Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite lOl Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner C01mty Prosecutor-Depmy Chief \\ Jtb l\ 1 t R l Dl i Clll t 1\. Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Wills Calf Us. We Can Help. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 .illiam J. 1461 Tampa Pall Plaza @ llbr&-.8 Ave. & Scott II. ..... )": : ... .. :::. :..: :: > ..... : .:_=:::::' Local Receives Imperial Award Bertha Baker, 1st Lt. Commandress of Harram Court No. 96 Daughters of Isis, was recently named Outstanding Daughter of Isis for the Year 2009. The Imperial Court Session was held in Atlanta, Georgia, August 17-22. The Outstanding Daughter of Isis is awarded to the per so n who renders service not only to the organization, but to their church, and other fra ternal, professional, voca tion al civic, and social organizations in the community. Daughter Baker competed BERTHA BAKER nationally and internationally with other daughters to win the coveted award. Other memb e rs who traveled to Atlanta for the Imperial Court Session were Helen Bell, Illustrious Commandress, Deborah Williams, Gail P. Williams, Theresa Mitchell, Jeannette Wallace, Cherlyn Hemingway, Rasheedah Stevenson, Arthenia Monroe, Clareatha Witherspoon, BettY. Baker, Juanita Griffin, and Delores Whitehead, Deputy of the Oasis of Tampa. Bav Area Coaches Host 1st Annual Blake Women's Football Clinic Tampa Bay area coaches and the Blake High School Booster Club will host the 1st Annual Blake Women's Football Clinic (BWFC), pro viding the ultimate workout experience to women between the ages of 18 and up. The clinic will focus on physical fitness, nutrition, and teamwork, while teaching the fundamentals of football. Proceeds from the clinic will benefit Howard .W. Blake High School's Football Team. The clinic will be held on Saturday, October 3, 2009 at Howard W. Blake High School Football Field, 1701 N. Boulevard, 8:15 a.m. to noon. Registration will begin at 7:00a.m. Coach Carlos Blake, Offensive Coordinator for Blake Football, established the Blake Women's Football Clinic. Its purpose is two-fold and very personal to his heart. Not only did he want to provide a means to support the needs of the football team, but as he watched his aunt suffer from uterine can cer, he felt compelled to facil itate a clinic that would bring awareness while providing a fun and beneficial program that c;ontributes to the overall health of women. "This event gives us an opportunity to reach out to women in the community in support of a worthy cause. Proceeds from the clinic wjll assist in providing our young men with pre-game meals, football cleats, apparel worn on college visits, and off-sea son college camps to improve skills needed to compete at a higher level," he said. Coach Blake's aunt lost her battle with uterine cancer last week. To register for the clinic or for sporisorsqip opportunities visit our website at www.cover2.org For more information con tact Coach Carlos Blake at 813-728-6680 or coachblake@cover2.org. INJURY ANI? WRO. NGFUL DEAT. H AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SUP .AND FALL, NURSI NEGLECf All S ES. ;\V r ?245-2 \V \tV \:V. C l H I) S ; \ N D P A R N L L L. C 0 1\1\ RM NDALE-HUBBELL, THE HlGHEST RATING fOR. LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE The Nir inr,lf A l.nwyct Attlfn{KNtatll f.Jesb;l;,n Thai ShouldNOI &! flo .f&i Sdcl)' IJJ""f', lkfvm lhu f)c,vJdl,,. A .X 1(, ,<;.md l(ru PR/if; IJ!rilicn lnforltlatio Aho111 Our {.'Jual/ftootJom A.ttd

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All About You MINNIE FLOYD A very special birthday wish is going out to Minnie Floyd, from your baby girl, Katrina. This Iii jazzy lady will be celebrating her 75th birthday with her family and friends On October 4, 1934, God blessed us with an angel, through the good and bad times you showed us love. You taught us you know where you've been, but you don't know where you are going, and with that I promise that I am going to be there with you 'til the end. I wouldn't have it any other way. I would like to thank Coller, Bay, Amanda, Sholonda, Neice, Vasti, Miss Dot, and of course, Janelle, you all make this challenge much easier. 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, 241-2301 or 247-3719 IKeysMade Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint . ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Sel. ...................... ea. 3" Brushes ................. .-...... 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 50th Anniversarv ALBERT And JOHNNIE MAE BLOCKER 9-22-59 Thanks to our 4 children and all our many friends, grands and great grands. EBONY STEWART Ebony Stewart has done it again! Panv, Pa.nv, Panv, Lers All Get Wasted DRE Happy birthday shout out goes out to Dre, who celebrates his 23rd birthday on today, Oct. 2. Wishing you many more. Binhdav Greetings EUNISE DESSESSEAU A happy birthday to Eunise Dessesseau. She celebrated with family and friends on Sept. 28, 2009. We all love you. Engagement Announcement CHRISTOPHER 'SCOOCHE' BYNUM AndTIA BRYANT The families of Christopher 'Scooche' Bynum and Tia Bryant would like to congratulate them on their recent engagement. ::0 c }< 0 () d m m ::0 N 0 0 CD May God continue to bless you both. O c. J. Turns 1 :a g en m z m .r;m c: rr-:gJ z ., c: m r-c;; ::1: m c m < m SHANORI, C. J., LIL CLAYTON And JASHE' C! m Big boy birthday wishes are being sent out to our en youngest stunna, Mr. C. J., who turn:ed a year old today, i: 10/2. Happy birthday, C. J. '< Love, your s\sters and brother, and mom and dad. c H .aoov Anniversarv .. Know How We PAM And SHARESE PAM And SJIARESE It's been two great years and I thank you for each one. It G) doesn't get any better than this. You're the best. Lo:ve you, Sharese m ',

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en 0 0 ('II N' a: w m () 0 c a: u. c a: u. c z < c (/) w :::) t-w > w c w :::a:: (/) __ :J. m :::) Q. z tu ..J ..J :::) m ...J w z i= z w (/) ( a: 0 ..J u. Retiremen t Retirement Celebration Held For Fireman Afte r more than 34 years, Henry Dorsey retire d from the Hillsborough County Fire Department on August 13th. Dorsey was the first African A m e rican to reach the ran k of Captain with t h e department. Family members, friends, and co-workers gathered at t h e Green Iguana Restaurant in Brandon for the retiremen t ce l eb ration a n d to w i s h him well (Photographs b y M i c heal Floy d Jr.) Among the family and friends attending the retirement ceremony were Herbert Rahmings, Mrs. Annie Crump, Mrs. Cynthia Dorsey-Pierce and Mrs. Beatrice Richardson. CALL RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail .com Available 24 Hrs./Oay FREE Consultation RICKY E WILLIAMS Amon g those o n h a n d t o wis h Henry Dorsey the bes t in life wer e C h a r l e s Elam and Mike Solomon. Mrs. B arbara Davis attende d the r etirement celebration for Henry Dorsey. Yoel Santiago and Yesenia Santiago attended the retirement celebration for Henry Dorsey. (8131248 Mrs Betty King and Mrs. Gloria Turner w e r e among the well wishers who attended the retirement celebration for Henry Dors e y Clyde Dorsey and Sherman Upshaw were among those attending the retirement celebration for Henry Dorsey

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Church Directory GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 P as tor Early Morning Worship-8 A.M. Sunday School-9 30 A.M Morning Worship-1050 A M Bible Study Wed -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH UIU'tiii:L.,, Pas tor W ee kly A c tivities Sunday Churc h S chool 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bib le Class 4:30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. == BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT NI.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.TU.) 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion) TUE:SDAYS 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 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N 29th St.' TAMPA, FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@verizon net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9:15 A.M. Morning Worship ................. 10:30A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. 5 :00 P.M. Evening Worship ................... 6:00 P .M. Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat.. ... 1 0-12 Noon FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES 4711 21st Ave. REV. Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday-7 P. M Sunday 9:30 A. M Morning Worship-10:55 A. M. Church Van (813) 627-0338 HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11:15 A.M. Sunday SchooL-10 A.M. Bible Study Tuesday-7:00P.M. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A .M. Wed Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night : Prayer Service And Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 ST. MATI'HEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7:45 A. M. Sunday School 9:30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7:30 8:30 p m. Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 : 30 -9 p.m. Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 -8 : 30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Stl.dy 10 a .m. Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p.m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m. REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor "'T1 :II c 0 0 d aJ m :::rJ ,!') 1\) 0 0 en m z -t z m '=" aJ c: r r-'gJ z c: aJ r-New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 33619 .-----:::m;:;:-----, 81 3-242-6268 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Cii :::z::: m c Sunday Morning Church School @ 9:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 11 :OOA. M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study@ 6 :30 P M Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting &Bible Study@ 7:00 RM. . Mo:mipg WorshiP 11: 00 AM, -YPWW -6 :00 P.M., Evening. Worship 7:QO P.M, 1UI!SOA V & FRIDAY Service RM m < . m :::rJ -< -t c: m en c l> Sunday School9 :45.a.m. Morning Worship -11 a .m.. ., Evening Worship5 p.m. :!! Prayer Meeting 0 Tuesday 7 :30 p. m > Are < PEOP'LE-FOR CiiRIS. T MINISTRIES 1 0511 Main Street Thonotasassa, Florida DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN HI Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11.A. M Bible Study (WednesdaY} "C) It

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ID u, w CJ Sunday School looking For Jesus To lake A DiHerence Mark 1:32-45 tells the story of how so many people went looking for Jesus. They were looking for Him because they had heard about His fame and popu larity. Some wanted to see Him only because they had heard so much about Him. Others sought after Him because they had heard of His power and needed Him to work a miracle in their own life. The presence of Jesus in their town was the answer to prayers that had been prayed many times. It is a great blessing to have a man like Jesus near by. If you want anybody to be in close proximity of you it would have to be Jesus. Verse 32 tells that the people in town brought all the sick and demon possessed to Jesus. They waited until the Sabbath was over because they knew that no work could be done. Imagine this is like a Monday morning at your doctor's office. The office was filled with people who needed medical care but needed to see their primary care doctor. IIAPliST CIIICI Utli..._ILJ-.R.llt12 (111J229-1S98 -ICIIIII 1:15 a.m. ltnlll 11 a.m. SlniCI, ,....,_ --I PJI, IIIII 8tllfl. TltldiJ UlpJD, ""' stalll. ,..ndiY---1 p.m. cr:.:=.:=r S t : .. Jo. hn Cathedral 3401 E. 25th Avenue Invites You To Come. And Celebrate Beginning t:l)O P.M. Grate Maty M B. Church ElderT. J. Reed, Pastor Slliiday, OctC)ber 11th f1 :00 A .M. Speak$r Minister Barba'ra Harris sunday, octo .be.r 11. th .:s:3: o Jesus has the ability to handle all types of medical cases Jesus wants those who believe in His ability to heal and deliver to bring all those who are in need of His ministry to Him. He is ready and available to minister to their need, heal them, deliver them, and set them free. What is necessary and required as observed in the lesson, is for people to bring to Him. Unlike those who seek fame, Jesus asked them not to reveal His identity. As Jesus drove out demons He would not allow them to speak because they knew who He was (vs. 34). It is interesting to note that demons and evil spirits recognize Jesus regardless of what form He takes. Jesus did not want His identity to be revealed yet because HE knew what would be before Him. He FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILlAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, Fl33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor' s Office: (813) 67;2 Academy Office: {813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E -Matl: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com Sunday -9:45 AM -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A .M. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7 :30 P .M. Adult f., SateMa Faith Bible Institute "Grc;,Niog 'fl'Je t.hUtch for Global Cha;.ge" (Acts 1 B. Rem. 1 : S 1 : 8} RRSTBAPnSTCHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street Tampa 248 6600 Early Worship-7 :50a.m. Sunday School -9:45 a .m. Momlng Worship -10:50 a .m. For Transportation Gall SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at62H155 TueSday Prayer Servtce -6:30p.m. Bible Study7 :30 p m VIsit our Website or E-Mail us: www.1bcch.org info@fbcch.org knew that everyone who learned of Him might not be accepting of Him In addition, He wanted to keep His identity a secret so that His true identity would be revealed over time and at the right time. When you do the work of God, you do not need to let everybody know who you are and what you have done. When you do the work of Him who called you, your works wilJ speak for you. Doing the work of ministry can be d raining after you continuopsly gi y e of your self. Ministry is spiritually draining. Jesus experienced this. The cure for this is as Jesus did; while every one was asleep He went off to a solitary place and prayed (vs. 35). For those who constantly engage in ministry and give of themselves, you must take time for your own per sonal prayer time and peri od of refueling and rejuve nation While He was away His disciples came looking for Him and so was everyone else. People were looking for Him because He had what they needed. They knew that He bad a word for them. They believed that He had a miracle with their name on it. When you believe that Jesus has what you need you will look for Him. You do not need to seek fame. You do not have to chase fortune. When you do the work of God, blessing will look for you. When you use the gifts that God has endowed upon you people will look for you. A.S.K. Ministries Host Revival. Recently, members of the community gathered for the A.S.K. (All Souls Kingdom Ministries) Iron Sharpens Iron Revival. The evE:nt was hosted by Prophetess Kimberly Brown and offered a "2 for 1" 2 Prophets in 1 Week, featuring Bishop A D. Butt, of Dunn, North Carolina, and Prophet T. A. Weems, of Bradenton. (Photographs.by Julia Jackson). PROPHETESS KIMBERLY BROWN ... Revival Hostess Ms. Desiree Brewer was among those who attended the revival. Ricky Howard was in the audience at the weeklong revival. hosted by Prophetes. s Kimbuly 'Brown. Prophet T. A. Weems,. of Bradenton, is shown at the reVival.

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::c c nvestlng In Our Energy Future Florida Power & Light Company's rate proposal before the state's Public Service Commission would result in lower bills for typical residential and small business customers next year. That's because a base rate increase would be more than offset by lower fuel prices and gains in fuel efficiency. But our proposal would do much more, because it would also support our ability to invest $16 billion in our infrastructure over the next five years. Through these investments, we'll make the electrical infrastructure stronger, smarter, cleaner and more efficient. And that will help keep bills low for the long term. With approval of our proposal, these investments will also create thousands of_ jobs and generate millions in new tax revenues for Florida communities at a time when they need them the most. Now that's a smart investment in our energy future. Visit www.FPL.com/facts This advertising is paid for by FPL shareholders, not our customers. 0 (") d OJ m :D 1'\) 1'\) 0 0 U) "11 6 :!! en m z -t z m r:m c: r r z ., c: aJ r u; :::J: m c m < m ::rJ -< -t c: m en c )> z c "11 ::rJ c

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0) Column g N N' a: w CD () 0 e a: u. Q a: u. Q z c( Q U) w :: -'t-w > w Q w :::1: __ U) ::J CD :: a. z _, _, :: CD ..:.. w z i= z w U) a: g u. October Birthday Celebrants This month the flower is the Calendula and the birth stone is the Opal. Happy birthday to: Mrs. Aritha Scott (10/15), Alisha Porte'r, Joyce Welch, Julie Wright, Mildred Woodard, Emanuel P. Johnson, Mark Lise, Valeria Anderson-Williams, Roy Roach, Stephen Williams, Samuel Walker, Ginger Sasser, Sandra Eaton, Gregory Rouse, Quintilla B. Lott, Peaches High, Sheldon L. Anthony, Sr., Shanetika M. Anthony, Isaiah Thompson, Jawaan Hamilton, DaWayne Mayweather, Lonnie Thompson, III, Eileen P. Thompson, Emani Hamilton, Uganda D. Harris, Patricia McNairThompson-Ellis, Bob Lawson, Spence Brock, Bryan Gray, Shawn Gossett, Jule McGee, Jeanette Rose, Preston Bulger, and Stephen a nd Debbie Griffin. Happy birthday! Happy birthday to you! Happy birthday to Ms. Natalie Anderson-Harris, who will celebrate her special day on 10-7, with family and friends. Belated September Birthday s Happy bel ated b irth day t o Adrian Chester, Mil dred Willia m s a n d Takesh a Anderson. Sending b e l a t e d birthday wishes a ll the _way to Sacramento for Ms. Thelma NappierLivingston. From her sister, Peggy NappierLise and famil y Belated birthda y wishes to Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott, who celebrated his natal day Sept. 27th Happy birthday Pastor Scott. Belated birthday wishes are also extended to : Alvin McGary, Vinnie Williams, Lorey Williams, Carolyne Crenshaw, Linda Washington, Ophelia Jones, Nathan Scott, Rita Barr, Tisha Bradley, Valerie Flowers, Lizzie Adkins, Mary Trott, Freddie Lamar, Darlene Best, Harold Ford, Precious Conyers, Sheila Carr, JoAnn Butler, Annie Connally, Ire Carolina, Deborah Davis, Gladys Backey, Jacquelyn Whittington, Melvin .Beal, Harrison Smith, Jerrell Pittman, Temeka Andrew-Powley and Charles Glenn. Family Reunion Tampa was the host city for the first combined family reunion of the Howard, Hills, Edwards and Milton families It was a time to learn m ore about famil y history. One of our very own, Mrs. Alberta Pyron is a part of the Howard-Hills clan and gave great detail of the family tree She is the elder sister of Mrs. Elizabeth McQuay, Mrs. Ernestine Bellamy and Mr. Alfonso Howard, who were in attendance at the family reunion headquarters, the Eddie Newkirk Center. The family is looking forward to tne next year reunion to be hosted in Charlotte, NC. Our prayer is that the families enjoyed their visit to our city. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins I have not seen God, but I know there is a God: Mr. and Mrs. David (Alberta) Shedrick, Mr. Mack Sneed, Mrs. Tonya Simmons, Mrs. Lula Philon, Mrs. Mildred Hanna, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vicker s Mr. a n d Mrs Perry King, Mrs. M ary H Ford, Mr. James Arthu r Miller and Dea. George Harris. Our prayers a l s o g o out to all tho s e c onfined, in cluding: Marie B. Benson, Henry Sanders, Gloria Henry, Mozella DeBose, Terrell Wallace, Gwendola Small, Sabrina Porter, Lillie Mae Thomas, Willie Mobley, Lela F. Moss, Andre Woodruff, Ebony Major, Alice McCarty, Charles Guilford, Ida Boykins, Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr., Oletha Lovett, Johnny Lawton, Ben Plair, Sr., Vinnie Williams and Samuel "Mac" Richardson. Deepest Sympathy Our deepest sympathy goes out to Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr. and his entire family in the loss of his wife. The Community Hour Of Power Prayer Band Th e Community Hour Of Power Bible Prayer Band meets every Thursday morning at 10:30 a m at St. James AME Church. They are a group of God s children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Come out and share, everyone i s welcome. New St. Matthew M.B.Church Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall, Pastor /TE;_acher and the rest of the congregation w i shes the following members a happy birthday: Angela Lewis, Dylan Jenkins, Demetrius West, Reginald Randell, Reese Tally, Pamela Thomas, Tiffany Motes, Nekeisha Mutcherson, Dea. Levester Jones, Randy West, Jazma Barkley, Dea. Na-mon Mills, Tammie FieldsBailey, Robert Barnum and Catherine Gainous. Sunday, September 20, 2009, New Mt. Matthew M. B. Church observed their Annual Women's Day Program. It was spirit-filled a n d w e ll a t t e n ded. Ms. Ernestine Carr intro duce d the s p ea k e r o f th e p r o gram, S is. B arbara Wright. L e t us not forg e t our sick and shut-ins: Sis. Margaret O'Neal, Sis. Gladys Tyson and family, Bro. Bill Hensel, a nd Min. Antoine Jenkins and famil y First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Blvd. (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.). My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry Inmates can request a FREE Bible and greeting cards by writing to: My Brothers 2 Keep Min istry, P. 0 Box 4618, Tampa, FL, 33677-4618. Effective October, 2009, the new mailing address will be: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 33689. Scripture (2 Cor. 9:6, 7) "But this I say, He which sparingly shall reap sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall also reap bountifully ... God loveth a cheerful giver." Thought For Today "Lord help us see how much we need each other as we walk along the Christian way, you will keep us grow ing day by da y." F . Y.I. Let us keep Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. There's a new helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen, formerly Family ':Deli, (813) 741-9760. Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Yes We Can! our Speaking for lllf!Jl.H 0 0 : 0 0 0 0 0 (813) 248-1921

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Small Business MED Week Kick Off Reception MED W eek was celebrated in Hillsborough County and around t h e country las t w eek. An Openi ng Nig h t r eception was held at the Airport Hi lton Hotel. (Photography b y BRUNSON) Thomas Huggins of the Ariel Business Group and Past MED Week Chair; and Lynette Darrell, ofTECO Energy, 2009 MED Week Chair. Left to right: George Glass, Carolyn Lawson and Bob at the MED Week kickoff event. Sable One Investigations and Security members at the MED Week reception are: Lyndon Rodney, Michael Hadley, Anna Smith and Eric Hoornstra. Alison Jones of Ledgers Plus!, and Ango:1a R. I'riitcheii, USSG COM OSBP at MacDill Air Force Base. Nikki Capehart, President of Black Jewels. Keeyawna Darrell and Evette Kelly attended the MED Week Kickoff event. MED Week kickoff reception was held at the Airport Hilton Hotel. Dominic Broadus of Mimmo Wines was in attendance. Neil Armstrong of Big :::!ig and Chante' Jones. "TT ]J c }< 0 Visit Senegall m T ourists (adventurou s librarian s ) Linda Gillon and JJ I\) Darlene Harris invite you to share t heir remembrances of I\) a n exciting trip to the Afr ican country of Senegal. o Vi s it S e n e gal! o n Th u rsday, October 8th 4 p. m at t h e Robert W. Saunders, Sr. (Ybor City) Library, 1505 Neb rask a Ave Middleton Alumni Association The Middl eton Alumni Associ atio n will meet S aturday, O c tob e r 3 2 009 11 a m a t the P o lic e Subs t a tion o n 22nd St. Officers will be elect e d N e w m embe r s are w e lcome. Calvin Simmons, President, will b e the r e to gree t y ou Civic Association Meeting "TT r-0 ]J en m z :::! Z m r-1 tD The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc. C will meet in its regular monthly meeting on Monday, Oct 5, r-2009, 6:30 p. m., at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Willi ams Rd Thonotosassa, 33592. z All members are urged to be present and on time. Family, ""0 friends and neighbors are welcome For additional information, contact Pauline Larry !: Grant, President, (813) 986-3300. Grand Opening Specials Free Set Of Pink And Whitt' \ails W iChtmkal S( rvict Relawr., Cut And le $30.00 Spa Pcdicur<> Sl 0.00 2314 Ntwtb Ncbra!!ka Avenue* (813) 416-0953 Ask For Thercs n Open .M. on. Thu s -Sat & Sun By Appt. Walk Ins Welcome Become A Licensed Barber, Sk;n Care ist Braiding CertitliCa1bOfl< l Braiding Technique Class Call To Set Up A Class! CALL TODAY! 813-935-4514 763 7 North 56th Street Tam a Florida m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c ., :!! c G) m 1 I RenfA U-HAUL Here Today!ll t

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en High School Event N' e Tigers Win Classic Game Against Yellow Jackets On Thursday, Septemb e r 17th, supporters of the Midd l eton High School Tigers a nd th e Blake High School Yellow Jackets converged on Raymond James Stadium. The fans were there to c h ee r the 9 teams on during the 5 th Annual Florida Sentinel C l assic fE This year the marching Tigers wa lked away with a 26-14 victory over the Yello w Jackets. (Photographs by Sylvester Harris and BRUNSON). 1\merica Thtsts 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3741 OPEN 24 HOURS Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 we Now Accept Prudeotial Healthcare Plaos IHMO -PPO -POSJ & ..... The Common Cold School & soons Phvsicals Other Minor Illnesses Gallon Milk $2.19. Nenharn Bathroom Tissue 9ROIIS $4.29 Dozen Eggs 99C Tul 8 PK. Paper Towels Middleton High School Principal Owen Young, left, is shown with Head Coach Jason Stokes, center, and Roosevelt Lawrence after the game. PEEWEE NELSON Hillsborough County Public Schools Area Director Henry "Skake" Washington, is shown with Cheerleader Coach Cathy Waters. MS. PHYLLIS BREWER MS. KIMMOORE! of. the Annual Florida Sentinel Classic at j Raymond James Stadium.

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Local Shriners Host Annual Communitv Appreciation Picnic M e m b e r s o f t h e Harram T emple No 23, Inc., Prince H al l S h ri n e r s r ece ntly h e l d thei r A n n u al Co m munity Appreciation Picn i c The e v ent, t hat attracte d a l a r ge crowd, was h e l d at MacFarlane Park. Noble D wayne J o nes i s the Illustri o u s P otentate and N oble M aurice "Soul Patrol" C heatha m provided t h e m u s ic (Photography b y BRUNSON) Enisha, Juanita and Sandra took advantage of the outing in the park. Among those on hand for the picnic were Mia, Adrienne, Gail, and Matty. Precious, Patrice, Jeannette, and Dominique attended the Shriners':Annual Picnic. AI, Robert, Kincy, and Sam stopped to take a picture while attending the Shriners' Annual Picnic. Noble Maurice "Soul Patrol" Cheatham provided Darby, of Florida Inc. and Tracy Wells were among those who attended the picnic. the music at the picnic. r---------------------------, Tiffany Mojra was among those attending the Shriners' Annual Picnic at MacFarlane Park. Sanona and Keisha posed for a photograph at the Shriners' Annuru Picnic. tiThe Voice of Our Communitv Speaking for Itself' 813) 248-192 NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER COUNTY RESOLUTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : The Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County Florida proposes to adopt the following resolution : A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA, MAKING FINDINGS ; DESIGNATING AS A BROWNFIELD AREA WITHIN UNINCORPORATED HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REHABILITATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT A PARCEL WHICH IS APPRO X IMATELY 15 ACRES LOCATED GENERALLY AT 11122 E. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD NORTH OF MLK JR BLVD AND WEST OF LAKEWOOD DR IN SEFFNER FLORIDA (FOLIO 064831 000) ; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. A public heaing on the resolution will be held on October 13, 2009, 1 :30 p.m., in the Boa"d Room of the Hillsborough CoUnty Boa"d of County Commissioners, Second Roor of the Frederick B Ka1 County Center, 60:1 E. Kennedy Bouleva-d, T cmpa, Florida 33602 Any person who might wish to appeal any decision made by the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners r egarding any matter considered at the forthcoming public hearing or meeting is hereby advi sed that they will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose they may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings i s made which will include the test i mony and evidence upon which such appeal is to be based. All interested parties may appear at the above-referenced hearing and be heard w ith respect to the proposed resolution A copy of the resolution may be inspected by the public at the Clerk s Office on the Twelfth Floor of the Freder i ck B Karl County Center at 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Tcmpa, Florida 33602 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABIUTIES ACT (ADA), PERSONS NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN THESE PROCEEDINGS AND ALSO THOSE SEEKING AN INTERPRETER, SHOULD CONTACT THE CITIZENS ACTION CENTER AT TELEPHONE NUMBER (813) 272-5900 NOT LATER THAN 48 HOURS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDINGS CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COUNTY COMM I SSIONERS Hillsborouah Countv. Florida ., :::IJ c 0 0 d m m ::D I\) 1\) 0 0 <0 6 :::IJ en m z m r;m c: r r-gJ z c: m r-u; :::1: m c m < m -1 c: m en "< )lo z c ., :::IJ 6 G) m .... .... I m

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m 0 0 N N a: w Ill (.) 0 c a: LL c a: LL 0 z <( c CJ) w ::J 1-fi: w > w c w :z:: CJ) ::J m ::J D.. z t:i ..J ..J ::J m w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ..J LL m I N T'" Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extraction Implant Restorations ANGEL LA TOMLINSON DDS PA GAIL C MCDONALD, ODS MPH Vvalklns & Ernergenaes Welrome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Have A Great Smile!! Marsh Orthodontics Braces For Children & Adults Affordable Monthly Payments Quality Personal Care Family Discounts MARSH OI?THOOONTICS Ne w Patients Welcome Complimentary Initial Examinations William F. Marsh, D.D.S., P.A. (813) 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave. (MLK at 1-275 N.) Tampa, FL www.marshsmiles.com t! is cur pohcy tnat the patien t and .any other pc:wn for payme:1t n right 1.0 tefus-e to pa y cancel or tn b e reimbt:csed ror fer any Nhet ser;!te. exam i nation v: wh;<;h fs performed as a ttm ul t of .MJd witltin Tll:,;urs f;f tu thf:l adv.:ru"'"''""t I for free or reducw.J fee serv'Ji<:e, or Bunions Spolt., 1\f(.>dicinc NEW Ml.>(li-Pcdicurc Available PAlTL L. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. fJoard Ct!rt!lled A eadem}' (!{Amlm!atory FMI &. Ankle Surga1y .. 2123 W. Dr. Martin luther King Blvd Suite 102 Tampa, Florida 33607 170. 3 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33563 Health MAN UP: Get Tested Know Your Status By Ronald Henderson And Geisha McKinleyBeach, Bureau of HIV/AIDS What can you say about a disease that is 100 percent preventable and ye t as of 2008, 1 in every 123 adult men in Florida was living with it? You can say the obvious: In the fight against HIV /AIDS, the time has come for men ro "man up" a nd t a k e responsi bility for the con sequences of their sexua l actio ns and other risk behavio rs. The Florida Department of Health's new report, "The Crisis o f HIV /AIDS Among Florida's Men," revealed that 72 percent of new HIV infec tions are among adult men. And, for the first time, new cases in white men now equal those in black men. Overall, 1 in 209 white men, compared to 1 in 44 black men and 1 in 117 Hispanic men, is living with HIV/AIDS in Florida. The highest rate in any racial/ethnic group is in Miami-Dade County, where 1 in 29 black men is living with HIV /AIDS. Following close behind is Palm Beach County (1 in 31) and St. Lucie County (1 in 32). The s tati stics ca n change. The year 2007 was the first time since 1999 that Florida observed a meaningful decline in HIV /AIDS deaths. Death rates among all racial/ ethnic groups have decreased since 2006. The report showed that HIV I AIDS deaths decreased 11 percent among white men, 16 percent among black men and 15 percent among Hispanic men. The single most importa nt preventive measure is for people to know their HIV status. This knowledge not only h elps individuals protect themselves and their partners, but also h elps those who are infect e d to seek care and treatment. There is a critical level of infection within Florida and communities need to promote positive sexual b ehaviors rather than focus ing blame on cerillililiiiii>'Lc:tin populations. fficials encour' age regular HIV t es ting for all sex u a lly active people, the use of condoms, and honesty when dis cussing with partners one's sexual history, preferences and HIV status. The Florida HIV /AIDS hotline (1.8oo.FLA.AIDS) provides valuable HIV /AIDS-related information, community referrals, and supportive counseling. In Florida residents can text their zip code to "477493" to find the near est HIV testing site. To view the full report, visit www.WeMakeTheChange.com. What's up everybddy; this is Barbara Jean from East Tampa. 1 have lived in Tampa for the last 14 years 1 have 4 kids and all of them live with my mama. I have been "hitting the p i pe" for the last 13 years, and It wasn't until! found out 1 was pregnant with my 4th chlid that things got worst. Not only was I pregnant, but 1 found out I had full blown AIDS I don' t know how I caught it, because I was out doi ng drugs and trickin', but. I knew I had to make some changes. After I had my baby 1 put myself I n treat ment, lt was hard at first because my baby's daddy was still using and I wanted him to be a part of our life. But w ith help and a few relapses I have managed to stay clean for 5 years. I only have sex with a condom and I won't have it any other way I don t want anyone to go through what I've been through. 1 may have missed all the "baby yearsK with my k ids but hopefully through my mistakes they have learned a valuable lesson .. brick by brick, block by block, callous hand by callous together ordinary people can do extraordinary things PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

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'TI ]J 0 0 en House on Saturda o (") cc To Help Students Gain Careers In Growing Healthcare lndustrv g m Hillsborough Community Cc !lege is offeri n g short term tr ining to individuals intere t ed in e ntering the healthc< re profession with Allied Health occupations such as C rtified Nursing Assistant ( 'NA), Phlebotomy T chnician, EKG Technician, edical Transcription, .1\ edical Coding and Nurse e fresher. The Department f Labor forecasts employent growth in health care "driven by the demand for ealth care assistance l ecause of an aging populaion and longer life expectanies." "We're thrille d about the areer education opportuniies our courses will provide or the interest ed r es idents of Hillsborough County," said Carla Gainer, RN HCC Indoor Air Pollution: Asthma's Arch Nemesis For most asthma sufferers, simple fragrant products like perfume and incense can trigger a severe asthma attack. Even a seemingly innocent activity like a trip to the mall can be like playing Russian roulette. Most people know about problems caused by pollution outdoors, but many aren't aware that indoor air pollution also can be a serious concern for people with asthma. The ele ments tbat can pollute indoor air include: Mold, mildew and dust mites Pet dander Pest droppings Nitrogen dioxide from nat ural-gas heaters, stoves and the like Perfumes, hair spray, scented candles, spray air fresheners, plug-in air fresheners and pot pourris Spray cleaners and disinfec tant s Incense smoke Smoke from fireplaces, wood stoves or kerosene heaters How To Prevent Indoor Air Pollution In yot!r own home, you can control what is in the air by: Using high-efficiency air filters for your air-conditioning and heating system Limiting your use of spray cleaners or aerosols Avoiding air fresheners or scented candles entirely Using electric logs in fire places Cleaning up water spills before mold or mildew can grow Using hypoallergenic pest control measures Clearing the air will help you-and everyone else you share space with indoorsbreathe easier! Continuing Education Alli ed Health Coordinator. "Through the non-credit Allied Health courses at HCC, students will gain the knowl edge and skills they need to succeed in the growing med ical field. The new programs will expand Hillsborough Community College's Continuing Education course offerings with both online and instructor lead classes. Students who enroll in the online courses will have the flexibility to train entirely on their own schedules, thus increasing the career training :options of many, especially non-traditional, students. Other students may elect the more traditional, instructor JACENTA BUGGS, M. D. lead classroom environment with scheduled meeting times In the current economy there are many job losses but the healthcare industry remains a cri tical driver of STRENGTH IN NUMBERS the economy of our nation. "Hillsborough Community College is excited and e ngag ed with providing edu cat ional training solutions to empowe r residents of our community to obtain the proper certification to embark upon a career in healthcare," said Jacentha Buggs, M.D., HCC Continuing Education Officer. Many of these class es qualify for WIA funding through Tampa Bay WorkForce and loans are available as well. Hillsborough Community College will be holding an informational Open House on Saturday, October 3 from 10 a.m. to 1 p. m. at 39 Columbia Drive, Tampa Bay, Fla. This "HOW WE FOUGHT OUR BATTLE AGAINST BREAST CANCER AND WON" -------------------.---------.-------..,_.,.. .. ". ______ )) I'll never forget finding that lump in my breast. When I was told it was Stage 2 breast cancet, I knew I couldn't fight this battle alone. .... ,j My hu sband Donald and our two girls were with me from the beginning, until the wonderful day I was told I was cancer-free. Moffitt understood how important they were to my treatment and recovery, and helped us adjust to the changes occurring within our family because of breast cancer. They treated my disease through a comprehensive approach called Total Cancer Care'"'. and gave me therapies specifically tailored to me and my cancer. My family, our faith and Moffitt Cancer Center. They helped me win. -Tiffany Lott, breast cancer survivor Hear Tiffany's story at JnsldeMoffitt.com/PatientStorles JJ session will provide more 1\l information for thos e inter-1\l ested in l earni n g more about g the advantages of training co through Hillsborough Community College's Continuing Education Department and the attractive career opportunities in the fields of Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Phlebotomy Technician, EKG Technician, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding and Nurse Refresher. 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Recipes 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into crrunks 2 Tbsp Zesty Italian Dressing 2 cups frozen mixed vegetables 1 can (1 0% oz ) condensed cream of chicken soup Y4 lb pasteurized prepared cheese (Velveeta), cubed 1 sheet frozen puff pastry (1/2 of 17.3-oz. pkg.), thawed 1 egg, beaten DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 400F Cook and stir chicken in dressing in large skillet on medium heat 5 min. or until done. Stir in vegetables and soup. Spoon into greased 9-inch square baking dish; top wi t h Velveeta. Unfold pastry sheet ; place over chicken m i xture. Fold under of pastry; press onto top of baking d i sh to seal. Brush pastry with egg. Cut several slits in pastry to permit steam to escape. ::.:.:.' dish on baking sheet. Bake 30 min or until crust is golden brown Let stand 5 min. before serving. pubi i x com /ad _. .. .. 1 lb. ground beef 2 cups hot mashed potatoes 4 oz. (1/2 of 8-oz. pkg.) Cream Cheese, cubed 1 cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese, divided 2 cloves garlic, minced 4 cups frozen mixed vegetables, th 1 cup beef gravy DIRECTIONS : Heat oven to 375F Brown meat in large skillet; drain Mix potatoes cream cheese, 1/2 cup Cheddar and garlic until well blended. Combine meat vegetables and gravy; spoon into 9-inch square baking dish :}J. Cover potato_ mixture :::::r Ba mm. or unt1l heated t Publix. 1 WHERE SHOPPING". PLEASURE.. Boneless Chuck Pot Roast ..... Gold Potatoes ....... ............. ...... ........... 29 9 Multigrain Bread .............................. 289 Publi x Premium Certified Beef, USDA Choice SAVE UP TO 1.50 LB (Boneless Chuck Steaks . lb 2.79) An All-Purpose Potato With a Buttery Flavor, High in Vitamin C, 5-lb bag SAVE UP TO 2.00 Healthy Blend of Whol e Grains, Handmade Throughout the Day, From the Publix Bakery, 16-oz loaf SAVE UP TO .70 ... : : : Lay's Potato Publix Deli Macaroni Salad .. ........ . F Chips ......... .. ree Assorted Varieti e s 13.25-oz bag For Fast Service, Grab Located i n the Publix Deli, 16-oz cont. Quanti ty r ights reserved. SAVE UP TO 2 .19 (Excluding Baked!. Light and Natural.) Quantity r ights reserved. SAVE UP TO 3.99 (Assorted lay s Dip, 15-oz jar ... 2/6 00) 12-Pack Selected Pepsi f3\1200 Products ........... -12-oz can SAVE UP TO 2.37 ON 3 18-Assorted 1 349 Budweiser Beer. . . -12-oz can or bot SAVE UP TO 2.50 02-Pack Assorted Yuengling Beer or lager, 12-oz bot. ... 8 99) -- : --- - oou-: -;_- Prices effective Thursday, October 1 through Wednesday, October 7, 2009. Only i n Lake, Sumter, Polk and Osceola Counties. Prices not effective at Publix Sabor. Quantity rights reserved. "'TI r 0 :::0 0 )> CJ) m z :::! z m r m c: r r m -i z ""0 c: [D c CJ) :I: m 0 m < m -i c: m CJ) 0 )> -< )> z 0 "'TI :::0 -< iJ' )> G) m ..... U'l I m

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0) 0 0 C\1 C\1 a: w m POLK COUNTY N Ew s (.) 0 c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w .:::J w > w c w J: en :J m :::J D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::J m ...:. w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL Community Forum To BeHeld On October 5, 2009 inter ested citizens are invited to attend a Community Forum. Participarts will be candidates for the offices of the City of Lakeland Mayor and City Commissioner. The host-site of this event will be the Coleman-Bush Building, 1104 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue In Lakeland. The forum will begin at 7:00 p m. Sponsors are: Juneteenth Committee, Lakeland Minister's Alliance, NAACP-Lakeland Branch, Gladys Leggett Neighborhood Association, and Paul A. Diggs Neighborhood Association. For further information, please contact Doris Moore-Bailey by calling (863) 816-8624. A Celebration for 19 Years of Service In honor of the dedication and hard work their Pastor, Elder Freddie Hird and his wife, Mother Mamie Hird, on September 19-20, 2009, the members of New Divine Church of God by Faith in Lake Wales joined with family, friends and spe cial guests to show honor and appreciation for this couple. Your Labor is Not in Vain was the chosen theme for this occasion celebrating 19 years of service. On Saturday, September 19th, Elder and Mother Hird were escorted by their youngest son, Minister Gary Hird, and his wife, Caroline. Evangelist Vivian Lloyd served as the Mistress of Ceremony. Pastor Gregory Hawthorne rendered the Invocation and the Scripture was read by Sister Ernestine Feagin. After a beautiful Welcome by Sister Carolyn Perry,program participants were: Church of God by Grace, Spiritually Appointed Mime, Greater Macedonia Church Ministries, Inc., New Hope Freewill Baptist Church, Deacon Henderson, Deacon Jones, Sister Sheila Williams, New Life m Deliverance Praise & cb Worship Ministries, New .,... Harvest Worship Center, Sister Tremayne if Toombs and Sister Mary Holton. Reverend Dwayne Wells gave Words of Encouragement Minister Richard Blocker served as Master of Ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 2oth. The Prayer was rendered by Elder James Hopkins and the reading of the Scripture by Minister Terry Thornton. Sister Jewel Woods extended a warm welcome to everyone. Other program participants were as follows: New Divine COGBF Choir, Sister Peggy Harris, Mother Julia Powell, Minister Gary Hird, Michael Smith, Jr., Evangelist Connie Benton, the Divine Youth Department, and Sister Mary Holton. Minister Alonzo Hird, the youngest son of Elder and Mother Hird, and Pastor of Big Miller Grove Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia, deliv ered the message. During their closing remarks Mother Hird rejoiced and praised God for the blessing of both of their sons being Pastors. A Service Of Loving Memory The family of the late Evangelist Elder Ernest Dickerson extends an invi tation for friends and family to join them at a service in memory of this great man on Saturday, October 3, 2009 beginning at 2:00 p.m. The service will be held at Victory Temple, 2004 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Avenue in Lakeland. Happy Birthday To You! HAPPY BIRTHDAY wishes are extended to Katrina Faison of Plant City, and Brenda Griffin of Lakeland, who both will cel ebrate another natal day on October 4, 2009. Birthday greetings also go to Corey Johnson, Sr. and his first grandchild, Aaron Truedell, Jr. who celebrates his first birthday this year and shares the birthdate of October 8th with his Grand-Dad! May each of you be blessed with many more days of your lives! Birthday Correction: Shaw-Nuf Talk extends an apology to Minister Gary Hird whose birthday i s ac tu ally l a t e r du rin g th e m o nth o f O c t o b e r In e rror a b irthday g r ee tin g f o r O ct. 1st in clude d in last week' s Shaw-NufTalk. Happy First Anniversary BENNIE AND CHRISTIAN WILLINGHAM Special wishes for a HAPPY ANNIVERSARY go out to Bennie and Christian Willingham, as they celebrate their first wedding anniversary on October 4, 2009. May the Lord continue to bless this union Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes to Pastor Edgar Pickett of Word Alive Ministries and to Polk County Community Activist Larry Carlton. }>astor Pickett has been selected to serve as the Taskforce Chairperson and Mr. Carlton serves as the Vice Chairperson for the Department of Juvenile's Justice newly found effort entitled Save Our Sons. This taskforce has been charged with studying and proposing measures to alle viate and correct the conditions that negatively effect young Black males in Polk, Highland and Hardee Counties. The Taskforce meets on the third Monday of each month in the Don Jones Community Room, 216 Massachusetts Avenue, Second Floor in Lakeland. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! Pastor Celebrates 19 Years ol Senice LAKE WALES On September 19-20, 2009 the members of New Divine Church of God by Faith in Lake Wales, joined with family, friends and special guests to show honor and appreciation for Elder Freddie Bird and his wife, Mother Mamie Bird. The couple has diligently served as Pastor and First Lady of New Divine Church of God by Faith for 19 years. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf). Elder Freddie Hird and Mother Mamie Hird celebrated 19 years of service; Mother Julia Powell, 86, read a poem entitled "Where Are The Men." Sister Jewel Woods rende.red the Welcome and Occasion. Michael Smith, Jr., perfonned a special song on his violin for the honorees and guests.

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Federal Tax Credits For Energy Efficiency Ask Deanna! Is an advice column know n for its fearless approach to reality-based subjects! Making your home more energy effic i ent can help to reduce h i gh energy bills, improve comfort and help to protect the environment. Q. Is there a tax credit for windows and doors? A. Must be for taxpayer's principal residence Tax credits are available at 30% of the cost up to $1, 500 in 2009 & 2010 (for existing homes only) Eric B. Brown Is a licensed contractor, President & CEO of ROI Construction, LLC. He can be reached at 813-579-1533 or by email at sixfive@ roiconstruction .co m. Dear Deanna! 5 S.T.E.P.S. To Success My girlfr i end is getting on my nerves because I feel she has mistaken strength for rudeness She talks down to me and embarrasses me in front of my friends She is trying to prove to her friends that she s in control of this .relationship. I let her get away with a few things because no harm has been done. I need to put a stop to this because she's begun to publicly attack my sexual per formance How do I address this without ruining the relationship? Part 4 Before we can exceed the expectations of others, we must first raise expectations of ourselves." This statement leads me into our focus this week ... Step 3: .Expect .Excellence. Expect Excellence and settle for nothing less than the best. In life you will get out of it what you expect. Expect things to work in your favor and eventually they will. This is a reminder of why your thoughts are important and why you must take control of them in order to control your destiny to success, as we dis cussed in Step 2. Raise your expectations by elevating your mind beyond the limits of medioc rity "He who aims at excel lence will be above medioc rity ; he who aims at med i oc rity will be far short of lt. Burmese saying Frankly speaking, being good enough to get by is no longer good enough. You were made by an excellent creator iri the image of excel lence So you should ing for nothing ie$5Jhari to be EXCELLENT! Be t.ENT in your /Be EXCELLENT in y(jurcharac ter! Be EXCELLENT in youi interactions with Be EXCELLENT in your family! Be EXCELL : ENT as a parent! Be EXCELLENT as a student and .lifelong learner! Be EXCELLENT in your ent f epreneuiial Be .. EXCEU.ENT and sanctify' yourself Holy Til ministry! StriVe to .Be EXCELLENt in everything you do. Excellence should be one of the characteristics that define you Your. persona should exemplifY excellence When people, business col leagues and ministry associ ates th i nk of you exce llenc e should come to mind If you stand for excellence o thers will present you with nothing less tha n their best. Iron sharpens iron You will attract what you present and what you expect. Vince Lombardi once expressed that 'The quality of a man's life is in direct proportion to his commitment to excellence, regardless of is chosen field of endeavor." I implore you from this day forwar d to commit to excellence Learn to expect excellence from yourself, before you expect it from others Once you do this, then you have positioned yourself to have a right notto settle for nothing less than the best. Until next week when we move to Step 4: f.repare. Be empowered to Be EXCELLENT! Anonymous On-Line Reader Dear Anonymous: You need a loud mouth woman like you need a hole in the head Your girlfriend is being disrespectful t o you and the relationship. You should be d ir ect and tell her to keep her mouth shut and s t op putting you on blast in front of people !f she feels the need to control something, buy her a dog and she can pull its leash and make it jump at her command. If the Build On Your Lot 0/o Down Build On Our Lot 3.5/o Down Down Payment Assistance! Visit Our Model Today 3705 Hillcrest Circle CALL NOW!!! (813) 21&-3729 Visit Our Website:www.amhousing.com verba l rudeness c ontinues give her a warning w it h the understanding that the nex t time youfll be gone Dear Deanna! I have a small habit of hit ting my husband. It's always playful but recently he said he's going to start hitting back. I didn't think anything of it until I slapped him in the back because he wasn t lis tening to me. He caught me off guard and hit me so hard that I lost my breath This has caused a problem because he won't apologize and I feel abused I'm look ing at him differently and wonder is this a warning my husband is phys i cally abu sive? Dear Camille: Camille Pasadena, CA He s not abusive. As a matter of fact, he's tired of you beating on him and tak ing it lightly because you're a woman He gave you fair warn ing but when he put your lights out you wanted to cry because you didn't get your way. If he wasn 't physical before, during br after mar riage, there's not much there If it was that bad, you would've cal led the :D c l> ties In the future remember _-< and respect his warning and 0 keep your hands t o yourself. 0 -i 0 OJ DearDeanna! My boyfriend revealed to .!" me that he' s gay On the out-1\) side everything about him is o 0 masculine, strong and co reflects a genuine man We do things together as a couple, have great intimacy and often talked about having children. How in the world did I miss the signs and should I stay in this relation ship? Anonymous Augusta, GA Dear Anonymous: In these days you can't judge a book, man or woman by its cover. There's too many emotional and health risks if you choose to stay in this relationship. You didn t miss the signs because you simply didn't know to look for any. 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en 0 0 N N a::: w ca 0 1-u 0 c ii: u.. c ii: LL c z <( c C/) w :::::) t-w > w c HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FUEL MANAGEMENT COMPANY/CONSULTANT FOR CAR RENTAL FUEL SYSTEM TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The Authority is seeking qualified firms desiring to be considered for this project. The RFP documents will be available on the Authority's website September 28, 2009, at www.tampaairport.com; Airport Business Notice of Solicitations. For questions regarding the RFP contact Debbie Northington at 813-870-7805. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID Sealed bids will be received in the Service Building front office located on the second level/red side, Tampa International Airport, until 2 : 00 p.m., October 28, 2009, at which time all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Lobby Conference Room A: Airport Name : HCAA Project Number : Tampa Executive Airport 5640 10 Experienced Tax Preparers Wanted Seasonal Managers With 2 Years Minimum 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Suite 203 Tampa, FL 33614 Call Iris 813-967-1649 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities CONTRACTS MANAGER (AFFORDABLE HOUSING) (LIMITED DURATION) $46,238 LAND TECHNICIAN $3. 1,512 PORT SECURITY OFFICER $30,659 PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR w -FOOT FM Number : 416454 $61,110 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST I :J: C/) :::i m :::::) a. z i= w -' -' :::::) m ...J w z i= z w C/) <( c ii: 0 ...J LL m I co .... w (!) Project Title : Chiller System Replacement Main Terminal The MANDATORY pre-bid conference for all bidders will be held at the Tampa Executive Airport located at 6582 Eureka Springs Rd., Tampa 33610 on October 15, 2009 at 10 : 30 a m For more information and to register to receive automated e-mail notifications of future business opportunities, please visit our website at tampaairport.com; Quick Links; Airport Business. Jobs 4 USA/Felons Avon Representatives Services Needed All Areas! Employment 13 To 65 Call 813-832-4282 Attorney Hotline Or E-mail CriminaVAccidents AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Court Ordered Community Service Hours Cutting It Low Food Bank Barbers & Braiders EST/SAM's Club Wanted Don't Sit Around The Shop Go Green Doing Nothing Trash To Treasure 60/Parsons -Brandon (813) 965-7991 (813) 217-2462 $40,768 TREATMENT COUNSELOR (MASTERS) (LIMITED DURATION) $35,838 See our web site at http://www.hccsb. org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets AA/EEO Employer $10,000.00 Credit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath West Tampa 704 West Harlan Street CHA, Fenced Yard Washer/Dryer Hook-up 813-625-2061 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NEEDS CALL ....... LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 (813) 248-9218 5 Bedrooms/4 Baths For Sale Bank Foreclosure! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $34,900! Block Home Built 1995 Only $405.00/Monthly! CHA, Carpet, Fenced 5% Down 15 Years Sprinkler Owner Will Consider At 8% Financing Listings 800-366-9783 $89,000 Ext H489 Call (813) 340-5476 HUD Homes! East Tampa 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Business And Civic $199. 00/Monthly! Association 4 Bedroom Only 2208 East 22nd Avenue $215 00/Monthly! $60,000.00 Available In 5% Down 15 Years Down Payment Assistance @8% 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Listings 800-366-9783 With Garage Ext 5490 (813) 248-3977 1028 East MLK Blvd. Spacious 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 2 Bedroom/1.5 Bath Townhouse 908 East Humphrey Immediate Occupancy 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Less Than Perfect 2406 East 9th A venue Credit Considered 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths $620.00/Monthly Labor Day Special Call (813) 453-0123 Continues! $-1 Deposit Westchester Application Fee Waived Condominiums Section 8 And 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Vouchers Welcomed! Available Now Call Today Section 8 OK ..... For More Information Gated, Pool 813-740-0384 WDH, Screened Patio Tiled Floors Visit Our Website @ Call (813) 960-8490 www .flsentinel.com

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::tl Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duple x Quiet Area $5DD. DD/Monthly $3DD.DD Depos it Call (813 ) 503 532 1 We s t T ampa 2 Bed r o om/1 Bath Dup l e x CHA Uti lity Room WDH $725.DD Monthly $35D.DD.Deposit 2104 Palmetto Street (813) 223-5214 Unfurnished 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA Fenced Yard Private Driveway Freshly Painted, Carpet Conveniently Located Section 8 Only Phone (813) 516-1669 Tampa Heights New4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice $1,D50. 00/Rent Section 8 Accepted (813) 477-7734 Sulphur Springs Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Central A/C Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800 0D/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Phone (813) 728-7510 Duplexes For Rent North Tampa .. y 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Centra_! Air/Heat Washer/Dryer Hook up Tile Throughout $700/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Available Now! 813-376-8664 Grant Park 3413-A & 8 53rd Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath WID Provided Securit y Bars Fans $575.DD /Mo nt hly Plus Deposit 310-922 5957 Tampa H eigh t s 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Spacious Duple x $8DD. DD/Monthly Newly Renovated Section 8 OK Utilities Included Call (813) 477-7734 Hyde Park North Cute 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Apartment Quiet Neighborhood Central A/C $67D.DD 307 N o rth Freemon t A ve Call ( 813) 313-0829 Section 8 Special No Deposi t 2 Bedroom Duplex Fenced Yard Burglar Bars WDH Central A/C (813) 503-0493 (813) 486-2639 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $675 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Water Included Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 Or (813) 885-5226 Section 8 Rental 2 Bedroom Duplex Waslier/Dryer And Water Included 1 Bedroom Voucher Accepted $650 00/Monthly Call 813-956-5607 GET NOTICED ...... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora For More Information @ (813) 248-1921 DUPLE X 1504 E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA W/D Hook-up $695.DD/Month $3DD/Deposi t Sec t ion 8 A cce pted Ron (813 ) 920-108 5 (813) 690-66 6 4 Du pl e x N o rth Tam pa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Throughout CHA All Appliances Included $700 00/Monthly $400 DO/Deposit Available Now Section 8 OK Phone (813) 917-0645 West Tampa 1712 Albany Sulphur Springs 852 4 Semmes 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Duple x e s CHA, WD H Water Included Call (813) 610-4319 Room For Rent Hillsborough & Himes A/C Cable Phone Queen Beds Kitchen Ceiling Fans $85 .00 Deposit $110.00 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Sulphur Springs Area Room For Rent Close To Transportation $400 DO/Monthly Plus Secwity Includes Utilities/Cable Available Immediately Call (813) 842-7902 Near Downtown/Busline Busch/Nebraska Clean Quiet Large, Furnished Rooms Washer/Dryer, CHA Cable, Phone Must Have Job And Drug Free (813) 493-2401 Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1 DDD East 26th Avenue Please Call (813 ) 494 3343 Rooms For R ent S i n gl e I n d i v iduals Pre f er r e d $125.DD/Weekly Call (813) 784-0508 For More Information For Rent Rooms/Apartments In Quiet Building No Drugs Allowed Visit: 2913 N. 15th Street Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Or Larry (813) 382-6055 Ybo r City And West Tampa Furnished Room For Rent Clean On Bus Line $99 .DD & Up Section 8 OK (813) 625-2061 Room For Rent Central @ 1-275 A/C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen . Ceiling Fans $85.00 Deposit $10D.OO And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 2709 17th Street North Large Room $125 00/Weekly $500 00/Monthly Small Room $115. 00/Weekly $470.00/Monthly Cable And A/C 813-431-1310 Room For Rent In Nice Home 30 Years Of ,A.ge & Older Must Have Steady $120 00/Weekly $120 00/Deposit Jim (813) 237-1810 Gennte (813) J26-2871 Polete (813) 410-5422 Ms. York (813) 242-2615 Room For Ren t MLK & 19th Quiet Clean Neighborhood Call For More Information ( 8 1 3 ) 900-6 802 $100.00 Move in Special Univers i ty Area CHA Cable Washer/Drye r Must Be Drug Free & Employed Call (813) 293-1090 Efficiency And Furnished Rooms For Rent Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Call (813) 965-593 1 Or (813) 247-358 1 Wes t Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 477-7734 Busch Gardens Area Immediate Move -In Special Clean, Cable TV Tiled Floors No Depos i t $100 00/Weekly D evin (813) 516-1550 Tecia (813) 562-0620 West Tampa South of 1-275 Near Armenia Furnished $100 .00-$125 00/Weekly Includes All Utilities Cable & Personal Fridge Call (813) 545-8074 Ideal For Fixed Income Person, Cable TV, A/C $150. 00/Weekly Utilities Included $1 00 00/Deposit Efficiency Also Available $165 00/Weekly Call (813) 495-9757 0 0 () ..; 0 [JJ m :::tl J'l N 0 0 (/) m z :::::! z m r-1 [JJ c r rm :::::! z "'D c [JJ r-Cii :I: m c m < m ..; c m c > z c "11 ::!! c Ci) m N ..a. I m

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