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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tauzpa Bay Area _, .... rom IR IS 1ra SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A STUDENTS GET BOOK BAGS FILLED WITH SCHOOL SUPPLIES Students at Sulphur Springs Elementary School received a treat on October 21, 2009 when members of Harram Temple #23, Inc. Prince Hall Shriners stopped by the school and dropped off book bags and school supplies. They were joined by a representative of Harram Court #96, Daughters o f I s i s. Nobles in attendance were Darrious Bryant, Project Chairman; James L. Gallon, Les Miller, Jr., Past Potentate George Wall a ce, Ill D w ight Reynolds, Past Potentate Earl Haugabook, Deputy of the Oasis of Tampa; Past Potentate Michael Dozier; and Daughter And re atha Nurse. Representing the school staff were Dr. Christi Buell, Principal; Assistant Principals, Emily Deitzer and Kathy Ward; Social Work er, Gerri Almand; teacher, Tonya Mack; Guidance Counselor, Gerri Nugent and Psychologist, Lynn Nolen. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUN SON) Musician Worked As He Battled Cancer SEE PAGE 3-A Restaurant Owner To Feed Homeless S EE PAGE 13-A Quarrel Over Ex Leads To Shooting SEE PAGE Vat Comas Home To Help Others SEE PAGE 2-A

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Q) Feature cD a: LLJ III LLJ > 0 z Mom Of Bomb Threat Suspect Grateful For Communitv Support BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Sonya Harvey C McCoy i s th e mother of one a: o f th e y oung men a r re s ted i n u.. connectio n with a bomb hoax at the U ni ve r sity o f S outh Flo r id a She said the e xp e rien c e h as ch a nged h e r and that change will manif est itself in the way she treats others Vincent McCoy was arrested on October 5th, and charged with a false report of a bomb. He has remained at the Hillsborough County Jail since his arrest. His mother said, she's not angry with anyone, she doesn t blame anyone, and she realizes that everyone had a job to do." However, Ms. McCoy said she is still struggling to understand. On October 5th, Vincent c McCoy was on a USF Bull a: u.. c z < c C/) LLJ :::) .... > a: LLJ > w c C/) :::i III :::) 0. z ;:: w ..J ..J :::) lXI w z ;:: z w C/) < c a: 0 ..J u.. VINCENT McCOY ... State drops bomb threat charge Runner Shuttle Bus when an alert was dispatched about an armed intruder on campus. He allegedly said in a joking manner, "I got the bomb right here, no sudden moves," records show. His statement was in response to the bus driver asking if anyone had any David Letterman jokes The 2 3 y e ar-old junio r was arreste d a s a r es ult of m aking the s t a t e ment. H owever, a fter r eviewi n g t h e case, the Hills b o r o u g h County Sta te's Attorney's Offic e decided not t o pursue th e ch a rg e aga in s t McCoy. A former student, Markenson Innocent, was also arrested and charged with making the ini tial bomb threat that tested the response of the University of South Florida Police Department as well as that of the Tampa Police Department and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. The campus was locked down for three hours. McCoy remains in jail awaiting the arrival of paperwork from the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office. Once the paperwork is received, he w ill b e r e leased o n house a rr es t du e to anothe r c h a r ge h e in curre d in July. Ms. McCoy said I re a l l y a p p r ecia te all of the calls, note s, and m e ssag e s l e ft. I truly appre ci a t e a ll of the support tha t eve r yo n e ga v e t o m e." Th ro u g h t ea r s, s h e continue d "U nless you' r e going thro u g h something like this, you don't get it. "This experience has done quiet a bit for my faith and realizing what good mothers must be going through with their children. It has made me realize that I need to reach out to more single women raising childr e n b y th e m se l ves." Sh e a lso said s h e h o p es this ex p e ri e n ce w ill m a k e h e r s o n see tha t there i s m o r e t o life a nd th a t t o m o r row r eally i s n t pro mi se d I was with a goo d f r i e nd a few w ee k s ago h ours b efo r e her son (Demario Edwards) wa s kill e d She' ll n e v e r see Demario ag a in At least I can still see my son. It m a kes you think about" the frailty of life. Ms. McCoy said that her faith lets her know that God doesn't allow more to happen to you than what is supposed to happen. And I'm a praying woman." Celebrating Our Vets Tampan Comes Home To Help Veterans -Jimmie Thomas, a Tamp a native and 1967 graduate of Howard W. Blake High School, was working for the Department of Veterans Affairs in Tallahassee for more than two decades One of the hardest decisions he' s had to make in his life was whether he should return to Tampa and get the area's Veterans' Center better uti lized by veterans in the area. Thomas, who is also a graduate of Florida A&M University (B.S. degree) and Florida State University (two Master's Degrees) is a Supervisory Social Worker /Clinical Coordinator for the Health Administration, and said he wants to see area veterans of war go to the center to get the help and support they need. "The first thing I noticed was that minority combat vet erans and their families have not been taking advantage of the services we offer at the center." "Many veterans from Iraq have had difficulty transition ing back into society. Our job is to assist them with the transition with an array of services we provide I have talked to a lot of veterans, and inost are suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorders (PTSD). That means they brought the war home with them, and some are having employment and marital problems as a result. A large percentage of them get divorced shortly after returning home." Thomas said, he tells all the veterans he speaks to that they aren't crazy, no matter what some may think. War is an abnormal act, JIMMIE THOMAS and everyone reacts different ly to that experience " Some are able to go on with their lives, while others are severely damaged emotional ly." Thomas said through trauma counseling, networking, promoting wellness activities, serving as the leaders in providing treatment and outreach for veterans, and other services, they will try to help veterans of war get their lives stabilized so they can become productive citizens. Veterans eligible for services at the center include World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, Persian Gulf, Somalia, Operation Joint Endeavor, Operation Joint Guard, and Operation Joint Force veterans The Veterans Center is located at 3637 West Waters Avenue, Suite 6oo. Anyone seeking more information on the services the center provides can reach Jimmie Thomas at (813) 228-2621. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com.

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Features Musician Continued To Work AsHe Banled cancer BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, a young man moved to Tampa from his native Baltimore, Maryland to start a new life. As a musician, he continued to work in his field and built a fo!Jqwing, over the years . Today, the name of Shawn Brown, of Shawn Brown Entertainment is well known throughout the bay area. But, what many people don't know about is the personal battle with cancer he has waged dur ing the last year. On Sunday, November 15th, a group of Brown's friends will host a tribute in his honor at Boomerang Martini Bar, 2016 Town Center Blvd., from 7 p .m. until 11 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Ms. Erica a long time friend said, "He is always out in the community partici pating in various events. We want the community to come together to show him some love and support." About a year ago, Brown went to his primary care physician and the doctor asked if he'd had a colonoscopy. At the age of 45, the musician felt that there had not been a need. He underwent the procedure and learned that a mass was discovered. A biopsy revealed that the mass was cancerous and rated at stage-three. It was at that time that his doc tor created a plan to treat the disease. He underwent radiation treatment for three months and three months of chemotherapy before the surgery. On the day of the surgery, the doctor discovered that the mass was gone. The doctor told Brown that he didn't know whether to credit the chemotherapy or the radiation. Brown said he credits God. Brown still had hurdles to cross. He once again under. went the treatments "Of chemotherapy and radiation to ensure that all traces of the disease were gone. He also had to endure the reversal colostomy surgery. Ms. Savoy said through it SHAWN BROWN ... Popular musician all, Brown continued to work and those who didn't already know that he was battling cancer never knew about his personal battle. Brown said he is sharing his story because the experi ence has changed his life. "It helps me to live each day like it's my last. It helps me to appreciate people and things I already have. It has given me the energy to serve God. I know how it feels to hold the hand of God and to trust Him with all I have." For those who are receiving the same diagnoses that Brown received a year ago, he advises, "Go through the program and learn to have a closer relationship with God so that you don't have to fear death." Brown also advises other men to begin their cancer screenings at 35 instead of 50. "If you have a history of can cer in your family, go sooner." Brown, who is the single father of 4 (Shawn, II, Shaunteliz, Taylor, and LaSean), began playing the keyboard at the age of 3. By the time he reached his teenage :years, he knew that his future would include music. who will celebrate his 47tn birthday on November 13th, fe'eldhat God has given him a second chance. He plans to use his secoh d chance to liefp others. "Early detection W:lll save your life. If people see what I went through, I'm hoping they will turn to God. When all hope is gone, God will bring you out." Check Us Out On Facebook And Follow Us On Twitter.com/FLSENTINELB ., c Man Pours Gasoline On Wile, Anemots To Set Her Alire z 0 < m m m JJ Police said the arrival of saved a woman from being burned after her husband allegedly poured gaso line on her and attempted to set her afire. He is currently being held in the Hillsborough County Jail without bond on a multitude of charges. According to police, around 10 p.m., M .onday, Walter Dunn, Ill, is alleged to have kicked open the front door at the home of Marco Ramirez. Ramirez, who was standing near the door, was cut in the face and on the shoulder from the broken glass. Dunn allegedly forced his way inside the home and grabbed his wife, Alison Aquino-Sanchez, by the hair and stru 7-year-old son and a 4-year-en old daughter. The children were inside Ramirez' home :::! when Dunn allegedly kid-napped Ms. Aquino-r;Sanchez. llJ c: r r z "'0 c: m r u; :I: m c m < m -4 c: m en c l> z c ., JJ 6

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0) g Local N eli a: LIJ CD :E w > 0 z Citizens Rate President's First Year In onice > < c a: u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 On November 4, 2008, Senaa:: tor Barack Obama made his LL 0 acceptance speech for the Office z of President of the United < States. On Wednesday, President Obama and the nation a observed the first anniversary U) of his election to that office. W President Obama became ::l the first African American to 1-serve as the nation's president when elected last year. W Some citizens shared their [j opinions about President 0 Obama's first year in office. w Dr. George Foxx said, ::1: "President Barack Obama's UJ presidency was off to a strong :::i start, the bipartisan he sought has been elusive for various reaa.. sons. We must remember, he z inherited years of failure leadi= ing to the 'Great Recession' and W that takes time to fix. Thus far, :j he has a passing grade overall ::l and with better bipartisanship m his performance could be excel..J lent. The best is yet to come." w z i= Ms. Chris Dingle said, "In one word ... exceptional, con sidering the mess that was left behind from the previous ad ministration and the fact that everything he does is scruti nized, analyzed and criticized, I think he has done a good job, far better than John McCain would have done." Bob Buckhorn said, "Cer tainly in my lifetime, no President has entered office facing the issues that President Obama did one year ago. Given the uncharted and unprecedented magnitude of the multiple crises he faced, I think he has more than risen to the task. "Refreshingly, he has em barked on dealing with the long term structural problems we face as a nation and not merely short term political solutions." Carl Warren, Sr., said, "On A Scale of A thru F, I would rate the outcome of President Barack Obama and his team performance as a solid "C". I view the President and his team effort as a solid B. I grade the President and his team suc cesses or outcomes for poor people and Black people as a weak 'C' Howard Harris said "President Bush was like a turtle sitting atop a fence pole. You know tne turtle and Bush were out of their elements Bush shot from the LIP and got us into two wars and an eco nomic disaster. President Ohama sounds, looks and acts like he is the leader of the free world He listens to others be fore making decisions about such things as what the U S. should do about the two eight year wars Cowboy Bush got us into." James Ransom said, Since President Obama took office, he and his team have developed and implemented plans to ad dress all of these troubling is sues and more. "He is thoughtful and com fortable with listening to advi sors and making tough decisions. He has heightened focus on fairness, equity, equal rights and equal access. He is leveling the playing field for shared prosperity across socio economic, racial, ethnic and gender lines." Ms. Pat Spencer said, on November 4, 2008 when then President-Elect Obama made his acceptance speech, he said that his presidency would not be an easy one, bringing up the issue of two wars and an economic crisis. We have never seen more bitterness against a president than ever before, more death threats, and more outright racism. "Still, he has not given in, or given up on the economy, the wars nor health care reform. It is taking longer than a lot of people wanted, but he is not making any hasty moves, and he is still hopeful. I am still hopeful that we will get there, with the help of all of us and God's prayers. Happy 1st year Anniversary, Mr. President." Ms. Carolyn Collins said, z w U) < c Florist Steps Out On Faith To Open Shop a: 0 ...J LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For several years, Ms. Rhonda Pittman has nurtured and perfected her passion for working with flowers On Satur day, November 7th, she will share her creations with her community. The Grand Opening of Vase One Floral Design Studio, 7402 N. 56th Street, Suite 906 (Corpo rate Square Office Plaza), will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at 2p.m. "Floral arrangements have al ways been a passion of mine. I felt this would be the best time to operate in my gift. I'm following my dreams, but this is a faith walk," Ms. Pittman said. With Ms. Pittman at the lead, Vase One Floral Design Studio will take arrangements to a new
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., Columns JJ FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN th e world? -(USPS 202-140) America must li v e with Z 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 oth e r countries and try to g e t Published Every Tuesday and Friday By along. It is good to lend a m FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., h e lping hand whe n you can S:: Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) But now is not the time. mm and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Time lnternational I AI h I America has too many prob-JJ S g anls an !ems of its own to be worried POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, about other nations' prob-N P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Amerlca's waril ]ems. Self-preservation is the g Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL first law of nature. Kudos To Mr. Gates 0 n,e thing can be said about multi-billionaire Bill Gates. He puts his money where his mouth is. And as such, he reminds me of another billionaire, years ago, who dug into his pockets and donated millions to the cause of public education across America. I'm referring to Thomas Edison who joined with Booker T. Washington to build public schools for Black and poor white children. Many of those schools still stand. But what Bill Gates and his wife, Melinda Gates have done especially for Hillsborough County schools -dwarfs Edison's .. efforts by ten s and tWenties. If you've not already heard, Bill and Melinda Gates, owners of Apple Computers, and the founders of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, have just granted Hillsborough County Schools a $100 million grant. That's in addition to $102 million dollar start up funds from the school system itself, in order to defray at least $32.5 million in what the school calls "on-going costs No, perhaps, School Superintendent MaryEllen Elia shouldn't start singing "We're in money," yet. But I'm quite certain she will be whistling all the way to the bank! Now, what will all that loot do, which has been so kindly bestowed upon our cashstrapped and other-ways beleaguered Southern school system? Well, let us see With Gates Foundation funding, the school system says it will be able to "rewrite its teacher evaluati'on system . Announces school officials, "we will create a corps of 200 trained peer evaluators to rate their colleagues." (Ooh, do MaryEllen Elia!) Furthermore, we will "create full-time mentors to suppo'rt new' teachers." (FULL-TIME MENTORS YOU SAY?! Now, why didn't I think of that?!) Says the school system, "We will revamp the pay scale with merit pay for high-perform ing teachers." And finally, with Bill and Melinda's new money, Hillsborough Schools will immediately set about the business of "holding princi pals responsible for learning 0 m gains in high-needs schools!" (Gee! I wonder how much z that will cost?) m Unmentioned, however, is ':"" added lunch money. Did you know a growing number of r school children go hungry or are turned away from :::! Hillsborough County schools, Z either because of paper work ., or because someone i "believes" the children's par-r ents make too much for their en little Johnny or Johnetta to i:Ji be given a peanut butter and c jelly sandwich? m Then there's the fact that < most schools either don't have on-site nurses and med--< ical facilities or offer medic!ll 2 support on a shoe-string m basis. Not acceptable, espe-0 cially with today's exceedingly precocious children. Most "" certainly, some of that money could have been spent on 0 enhancing or introducing ., medical facilities in each of JJ our public schools. i5 Even though I would be one of the first to cheer the idea of mentors for new teachers, what about money for men-: tors of new students? As a matter of fact,'what about money for mentors of students, whether they're .new or not? I'm referring to paid math mentors, English men tors, history and geography mentors, as well as an infusion of funds into school counseling offices to help under-staffed counseling departments? How could we forget money for the arts and physical education? Have I missed anything? Speaker Nancy Pelosi has threatened the loss of those leases if they aren't executed. So, what's the rush to tarnish our offshore regions? We are lending our voice to a seemingly silent majority. On behalf of Florida citizens, 'jZ we say "NO" to offshore drilling! The threat to Florida tourism by possible oil-spills is C) a nightmare begging to happen. In case of catastrophe, our ecosystem would be gone m forever. The risk is too great. No suckers here!

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Bankruptcy Immigration Law Civil I Personal Injury Dr. Belinda, Noah, Attorney Please Call 813.388.6755 Located @ 3802 Spectrum Blvd. Tampa, Florida 33612 "Gold Standard For Justice" Arrested and About Your OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa. Florida 33618 (813) 386.:.5730 Co.unty Prosecutor-Deputy Cluef Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugtee (813) 418-5253 Payment Plan>.'\\ ailahle \vnh l\U L'RI Dll U ILC K WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza _@NebraSka Ave. & Scon St The rmng of a la1. yer !S an 1mporta1t dec s1on I nat should not be based upon advert:sements Before you cectde ask us to send )OU FREE wten 1nfomat1cn about quallftCJt:ons and BY CLARENCE BARR Sometimes it's hard to believe that it's 2009. After all of these years and all the knowledge available to help Black. people discover their true selves. It's mind-blowing to me that we're still dealing with some of the same tired issues, like this thing with hair. Evei}' since Chris Rock began pron\oting his new movie, 'Good Hair' over a month ago, there's been a lot of talk about the idea of good hair vs. bad hair and what it all means. Apparently, Rock's movie documentary explores the obsession a number of Black people have with long and silky follicles as opposed to short and coarse ones. The movie, it seems, is causing a stir among Black women who feel that it degrades and makes a mockery of them. While I haven't seen the feature, from what I've read, it simply exposes an industty that continues to profit from two things that have plagued Black people in America for centuries: self-hatred and white idolatry. Both of these warped psy chological conditions bear the imprint of slavery. A time when white protestant minis ters brainwashed a nation of enslaved Africans to believe that their dark complexion and distinct physical charac teristics were the by-product of a Biblical curse. And that the only way to absolve them selves of the curse was to pray to a deity who, coinCidentally, bore a striking resemblance to the man they called 'massa.' That poisoned mental seed, planted in the minds of our forefathers, continued to rejuvenate itself with each passing generation. Eventually, entrenching itself into our psyche and becoming a permanent fixture of truth in the Black sub-consciousness. Instead of appreciating the beauty of our uniqueness, we allowed the ideals of our cap tors to reshape our self-image This is how it all began The psychological conditioning that led us labels anything remotely resembling European whiteness as good and consequently, African Blackness as bad. Tty to explain to a Black African American woman that she subjects herself to harsh chemical treatments and Judge savs No To 'Stand Your Ground' Defense-,OLEN ,IUCQ. ... shot and killed On .Januat}' 7, 2008, Glen Rich and others we re partying at the Sugar Shack Lounge on Hillsborough Avenue, just east of 56th Sheet. What Rich didn't know was while he pa1tied, his wife's car, along with others, was being towed away. At 5 a.m. Januai}' 8, 2006, Rich left the lounge, and after finding out his \\'ife's ,car had been towed away, he went to 'the lot to retrieve it. After get ting into the car, it, and driving it off the lot, he was confronted by the owner -. SOCIAL SECURITY ENTITLEMENTFOR THE DISABLED Call: .Michael A. Steinberg Attorney At Law (813) 221-1300 of the towing service, Donald ,Montanez. Montanez, 47, according to a witness, had his gun out and was chasing Rich before Rich got into the towed car. The witness said Montanez pointed the laser sight at Rich's back and also pointed the gun at'i him after he shot 'Rich. ' ; -. Rich d1e(f as a result of his wound; According to reports, the bullet -.that killed Rich trav eled through the window of his wife's car, hitting him his :right armpit. . On Mort day, qrcuit Judge Robert-A._ Foster said the state's 'Stand Your Ground' law does not give Montanez immunity from prosecution : The judge said Montanez was nofjustified in firing his weapon as the .. Rich was driving had passed Montanez and another employee. The judge. said in his. opinion the imminent threat had dissipated once the fro11t of the. car past them: Montail,ez is fi1eing. secmurder and other charges in Rich's death,.

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Local School District OHicials Confident About Satetv 01 Their Buses Last week, a school bus was involved in an accident at the transfer station at Osborne and Central. In that accident, a few stu dents were checked out at a local hospital, and none were seriously injured On Wednesday morning, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies were called to the scene of another school bus accident at 21st Avenue and 6th Street. According to reports, the school bus driven by Olga Guerrero, 39, was traveling east on 21st Avenue and a Terminix truck was traveling west on the same street Deputies said the driver of the truck, Douglas Hayes, 35, had his left turn signal on, and the bus driver was going to turn left onto 6th Street. As both vehicles approached the intersection, Hayes decided not to turn left and continued west and Guerrero violated his right of way when she turned into the path of the truck. Neither driver was hurt, and the 11 students on the bus were transported to a local hospital as a precaution. Officials said all of their injuries appear to be minor. School District spokesper son, Linda Cobbe, said they typically have minor accidents and usually they aren't the fault of their drivers. "School bus transportation is safe and we constantly train and retrain our drivers. We are confident our buses are safe." Cobbe also said no parents have contacted them to indi cate they have concerns. "In Wednesday's accident parents were contacted immediately by personnel at Beth Shields Middle School." In Wednesday's accident, Guerrero was cited for vio lation of right of way. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrewstlsentinel.com. Check Us Out on Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter@ Twitter.com/ FlSENTINElB Support The lorida Sentinel Advertisers Stay on top of your business cash flow with Sun Trust 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 Manager9A 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 bus1ness 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 SunTrust banker. Visit suntrust.com/business to learn more about the wealth of online educational resources available to you, including webinars;advice; business solutions and more. Cash Management Financing Solutions Retirement Solutions 11-SUNTRUST Live Solid. Bank Solid." Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC. Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust is a federally registered service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Live Solid. Bank Solid. is a service mark of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. ., JJ c z m s: IJJ m JJ I\) 0 0 CD ., r 0 :!! en m z :::! z m r;IJJ c: r r m :::! z "'0 c: IJJ r (i) :::a: m c m < m JJ < -f c: m en c > z c ., :!! c

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"' 8 Local N i Gospel Group Invites Singers To Audition z The founding members are Angel King, Teeyauda Banks and Niqua Moody. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor harmony. V V e haYe a lot of things going on in the future." Ms. Moody said the group needs one female singer bet\reen the ages of 2.1 and 35, \\ho is ready to work for the Lord in Ministry who can sing, who is dedicated, and who can travel. She said the ability to traYel is important because the group has had some out of town engagements and has others planned for the future. She also said the group is looking for several musicians to create the band. Their goal is to create a full band. ?;: This weekend, Women of 0 Grace will hold auditions to 0::: expand their organization. u... They have designated three 0 locations where the auditions will be held The auditions will be held on Saturday, Nov 7th, from 10 a.m. until 1 p m. at Well Pavillion Empowerment Center, 3402 N. 15th St.; on Sunday, Nov. 3th, from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. at Shiloh Restoration Tabernacle, Inc., 1044 E. Brandon Blvd., Brandon; and on Monday, Nov. 9th, from 7 p m., until 8:30 p.m. at Burgess Music Group, 2218 3rd Ave., Tampa. Ms. Niqua Moody, 0 member of Women of Grace en said, "All of the original members, Ms. Teeyauda I-Banks, Ms. Angel King, and myself are still with the W g r oup. No one has left, but (ij we are looking for that 3-part For more information call (813) 464-4083 or e-mail 0 w r------------------------------------------en :J a.. z -1 -1 :::> cc _j w z 1-z w en <( 0 0::: g u... Schedule Of Services Tuesday-Biblical Workshop 7 :30 P.M. Friday Testimony & Spiritual Empowerme 7 :30P.M. Saturday Sabbath School I 0 :30 A.M. Sabbath Service I :30 P.M. Divine Service UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST-CHURCH 3111 Ybor Street, Tampa, FL, 33605 ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR IIOriiaCifi'ING Theme : Have You Ever Been Tempted And Tired? James 1:12-13 Sunday, November 8, GUEST SPEAKER : MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH SAN ANTONIO, FLORIDA REV. WILLIE B. ROBERTS. PASTOR Personal Tragedv Inspires Woman To Growing Career BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff,Vriter Tejeda is a native of Atlanta Georgia, and is proud to say she's found success as a television producer, event promoter and businesswoman. But, her future didn't look so bright a year ago. Ms. Tejeda is a survivor of years of domestic violence. She arrived in Tampa through a Domestic Violence Transitional Housing Program. Although the memories are still painful, Ms. Tejeda doesn't mind sharing her experience. "My husband of 14 years was suffering from a mental illness and I watched his condition transition to him thinking the govenunent was trying to kill him. "After realizing I could not force him to get help, I spent three years running from the mental, emotional and phys ical abuse." The last year Ms. Tejeda spent in Georgia she said she began to analyze her life and look at what was going \Yrong in addition to the mistakes she made. "I decided I had enough of shelters, poverty, liYing on empty promises, and not holding myself accountable for my 0\\11 actions. I was BERNADINE TEJEDA most tired of being tired. "I began to think about the women I met in those shelters who I cried with and shared their pain. I began to think of ways I could help them and myelf." Ms. Tejeda said she began writing a play about a woman who was the victim of domestic violence I never saw myself as a victim, because I thought what I was going through was normal, and I believe if I left, God would punish me. The Saint James A.M. E. Church Family announces the retirement of its Pastor, The Reverend Joe l. Gav, Sr. A banquet will be held to ......... emorate Reverend Gay's in the ministry So I dec ided to s h a r e my story with other \ i ctims of domestic abuse." Ms. Tejeda s aid she has written a workbook for women who are victims of domestic violence and she' s done other things to bring more attention to this grow ing problem. ''I'm happy to hav e reached out and asked for help. Now, as the single mother of three children, I know I can understand what other women are going through, and give them an outlet." Ms. Tejeda is putting together an event called "A Place For Home, Incorporated, One Hope One Community Neighborhood Festival. More details of the event will come later. As a businesswoman, Ms. Tejeda has met people closely associated with Tyler Perry, and through her experience with Public Access, she's gained valuable knowledge of the tele v ision industry. The banquet will be held on 13, 2009 at the College Hill Conference Center IS located at 1002 East Dr. MLK Boulevard.

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East Tampa Group wants Communitv To Decide Area's Future On Tues., Nov. toth, the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership will hold their meeting at the Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 10 a .m ETCRP Chairperson, Evangeline Best, said it is her goal and the goal of her entire board that no deci sions on the future of :East Tampa be made without direct input from com- .. ,f mumty. why it's vital 'the people o{ East Tampa attend our meetings. They will find out exactly what's being planned for their neighbor hood and how they will be impacted." Ms. Best said' one vital project that the community needs to be a part of is the proposed round-about HART wants to build at the 22nd Street/21st Street junction. Mary Shavalier, Chief of Planning and Program Development for HART, will be a special guest at Tuesday's meeting and Ms. Best said that will be a per fect time for the people affected by the project to speak up. "Mary will also present a light-rail alternative analysis that will address the trans..: portation problems in East Tampa." ...... As far as the strategic Action Plan is concerned," Ms. Best said all ofthe revi sions have been completed, and the Tampa City Council will have the final word on how to proceed on the request and recommenda tions in the plan. Ernest Coney, Jr., Chairman of the Economic EVANGELINE BEST ETCRP CHAIRPERSON Development Sub-commit tee, said the new Quality Inn Hotel has received over 150 applications to fill positions at the new facility, and are asking that that process be closed. "Several positions have Bov Scouts To Host Awards Luncheon ATIY. FREDERICK MCCLURE The Gulf Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America, will host their 6th Arinual Whitney M. Young. Luncheon. The luncheon recognizes outstanding service by an individual or organization in the develop ment of scouting for culturally and economically diverse youth. Proceeds will benefit over 1,500 at-risk youth in the West Central Florida area. The luncheon will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2009, 11:30 a. rp.; at Carrabba's Italian Grill Restaurant, 700 N. Dale MabryHwy. The 2009 Whitney M. Young, Jr. Service Award recipients are Reverend Abraham R. Brown, Pastor Emeritus of the First Baptist Church of College Hill, and Jose Valiente, Principal at Larson Allen, LLP. The award. was established in 1978 in honor ofthe late civil rights spokesman and executive director of the Urban League, Whitney Young. Attorney Frederick H. L. McClure,. Partner, DLA Piper US LLP, is this year's keynote speaker. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Halvern _Johnson at (813) 245-9687 or email hjohn son@boyscouting.com. First Tri-Citv Pre-Thanksgiving FamiiV oav Planned Pastor Moses. Brown ... FolUlder of Feed Our Children, inc. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor More than 20 years ago, Pastor Moses Brown made a promise to a young man who wasn't going to have a Thanksgiving meal. He rallied a group together and sponsored a community PreThanksgiving Day Family at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Center. Service However, this year, budget cuts will prevent him from hosting the event Instead of having an event in Tampa and aq event in Plant City, Pastor Brown com. bined them and the location will service Lakeland as well. It will be held at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Recreation Center, 1601 E Dr. Martin Luther Jr., Blvd., in Plant City. It will be helg on Monday, November t6t beginning at 3 p.m Throughout the years, the festive event has evolved into a multi-city, multi-cultural children and family day. Those present will have the opportunity to obtain free toys and someone will win a new bicycle. Sealand & Associates will also award educational scholarships to youngsters. While his organization will prm1de gifts for children to families in need, he also said applications for foster par ents will be available. "I'm thankful for all of the p .t!Qple. whq have v-Olunteered and supported us over the years to make this event a success. I feel pnvileged to be able to make a difference in the community and to make the area a better place to live. That is my goal," Pastor Brown said. Holiday Baskets For Elderly, Needy Families Once again, Feed Our Children, Inc., will provide Thanksgiving food baskets for the elderly residents and for single parents. Pastor Moses Brown, Founder of Feed Our Children, Inc is requesting that anyone in need of a food basket to contact him. Recipients must register with the organizathon on Friday, November 6t or Saturday, .. ... November 7m, by camng {813) 784-1021. Once the application is complete and submitted to been filled, and they aren't receiving any more applica tions at this time I also will be getting figures on how many people from the sur rounding community were hired." Coney said the Small Business Infonnation Center will provide two business counselors to assist anyone starting a business. m at m ::0 $1) the Planning and Evaluation committee they will review and give recommendations to 1\l the Community Advisory 8 Committee for approval of co the projects. "They will counsel existing business owners, how to do business with government and provide MBE/SBE certi fication information. Workshops will also be con ducted for businesses." William Dennis, Chairman for the Planning and Evaluation Sub Committee, said his group has approved a form to be completed for anyone apply ing for Tax Increment Finance (TIF) funding. Ms. Best said they have so many things going on in East Tampa right now, and it's important the citizens are kept abreast of "That's it's very important that the people of East come to our meetings. We don't apysme !o be surprised abut anything going on in their neighbor hood, or feel they were left out of the decision making process." . Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed atlcrews@jlsentind.com. Sunday, November 8, 2009, 9:45 A. M. Theme: "Developing Om Kingdom Preparedness" Guest Speaker: Bishop James Howell Cathedra"J of Faith Chureh Place: Beulah Baptist Institutional Church 1006 West Cvpress Street Tampa, Florida 33606 It is our prayer that you eptire :wiU plan to join t .u5 40: additiorml please contact Sister Sandra Dav ls 81:3 251-3382 Pilgrims Rest B. 4202 West Nassau Street* Church Phone: (813) 872-6247/ Rev. Linda C. Reese, Sr. s;2oo9 71zcme; "Men And Women Worshipping C.od.In 'Jtmes Like 8:oo A. M. 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0) g Local N eli a: UJ co ::: UJ > 0 z Commissioner Not Satisfied With Board Vote About Raises, Takes Issue To FDlE c a: u.. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Although both Hillsborough County employees voluntarily returned the 1% raises to them, the issue of the raises seems to have taken on a life of its own. Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin Beckner breathed new life into the issues when he asked law enforcement to launch an investigation. He first went to the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office and was then referred to the Florida Department of Law Bean and Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee accepted a 1% raise under the awards program in their contracts. According to sources, the 2007 1% increase came about after several department heads were successful in reducing their department expenditures by $17 million dollars. The cuts were necessary due to the reduction in overall revenue to the coun-ty. > Enforcement (FDLE). His < claim is, he wants to know if 0 any laws were broken. fE In 2007, Hillsborough 0 County Administrator Pat When the 1% was suggested as incentive, it was legally viewed as an award under the clause in the dept. heads' contracts. However, the Board had no knowledge of the 2007 raises until recently. When the Commissioners learned of the raises in September 2009, through a z < 0 en w ::J .... > a: w > w 0 w ::I: en :J m ::J a. z t= w ..J ..J ::J m I ..J w z t= z w en < 0 a: 0 ..J u.. 0 ,.... w W!TI-1 PASTOR JOYCE A. WILKERSON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2009 @ 1 P.M. CONVENING Ar TRIUMPHANT NE\V WINE OUTREACH MINISTRY 6209 E. HILLSBOROUGH A TAMPA, FLORIDA 33610 AND GlORIA BASS. SENIOR P Teen Scene Is A New Safe Hangout For Teens 13-17. There Will Be Music (DJ Tee-Pee), Food, Fun & Fantastic Giveaways (Gift Cards, Electronics And More) Tickets: $5.00 At The Door This Saturday, November 7, 2009 8 P.M.-Midnight 1 002 East Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Food Will Be On Sale At The T. S. Cafe Call (813) 300-2208 For More Information. YOUTU FALL' Who: fhe Whole Cottttttuttity Attd Youth Of ALL Ages! Where: Allett fetttple A.M.E. Church 2101 N. Lowe St.* FL 33605 Whet1: Saturday, Nov. 7th 1 0 A.M. -4 P.M. For AdditioRallt1fonaatiot1 .. Please ALLEN TEMPLE At fOO'O ft)st FELLOWSHIP HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY ATIORNEY RENEE LEE report from Jim Barnes, Internal Performance Auditor, it opened Pandora's Box. Although Administrator Bean and Attorney Lee rejected the raises, it wasn't enough. In a board meeting, Commissioner Beckner asked for a full-scale investigation, when that was not accepted, Commissioner Mark Sharpe asked the board to hire outside coun sel to look into it. In a 4-3 vote, Commissioners Beckner, Sharpe, and White, were unable to gather a majority of the votes to get their requests entertained. The other Commissioners voted to review its management compensation policies and make changes necessary at that time. When contacted, Comm. Beckner said several of his constituents told him that Bean and Lee had violated state statutes, and this is why he pursued the criminal investigation route. "When the allegations that the raises violated Florida Statutes were brought to me by my constituents, I turned over those documents to FDLE. "I just want to clear the air and make sure that the inv es tigation is as indepe ndent as possibl e," h e said. Commissioner Beckner further stated that although both Administrator Bean and Attorney Lee sent letters rescinding the raises, "that doesn't resolve the issues of how we got to that place and how we can prevent getting there again." Commissioner Beckner said all contractual employ ees must have all raises, with the exception of cost of living raises, approved by the Board of County Commissioners. Although many feel Atty. Lee has been caught in the cross-fire between some board members, their politi cal backers and their wellpublicized rift-to-get-rid-of County Administrator, Pat Bean, we have learned that she has hired the best legal counsel in the country to protect her reputation and livelihood.

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Local FamiiV 01 Seven Survives House Fire At 3 p.m. Wednesday, Tampa Fire Rescue units responded to a house fire at 3628 East Mohawk Avenue. When units arrived, they reported seeing smoke and flames coming from the h.ouse The fire was brought under control and 1no one was injured An investigator w.ith the Tampa Fire Marshals Office determined that three adults and four children lived in the house. The homeowner, Oceva Wilson, 68, was home with a couple of the young children when they saw smoke coming from a bedroom. All escaped unharmed. The exact fire cause remains under investigation, but appears accidental, according to investigators. Andrea McFadden, one A family of seven lost everything when their house burned Wednesday evening. of the adult occupants of the home, said the home was insured and they are not going to rebuild. "We decided to sell out and move on. "I wasn't here when the fire stated, but when I got the news, I got here as fast as I could." The ages of the children who lived in the home are 14, 13, 6, and 3 Ms. McFadden said the kids are doing fine, and although they lost everything in the fire, they won't be needing any help at this time Our Service Men & Women Joint Militarv Hometown News Army Reserve Pvt. Air Force Airman A. Bais-Kayla D. Hopkins den has graduated graduated from basic from Basic Combat military training at Training at Fort Lackland Air Force Knox, KY. Base, San Antonio, He i s .the s on of Texas Christina L. Bais-She is the daughter den Aydelotte of of Linda Hopkins Cinder Drive of St. Louis St., Tampa. Tampa. Baisden is curHopkins is a 2007 rently attending ...,.;;... __ _......_ __ __.graduate of Thomas Tampa Bay Technical AIRMAN KAYLA Jefferson High High S c hool. D HOPKINS School, Tampa. You Arc C o rd i all y In vite d T o The 2009 Whitnev M. Young Jr., Service Alvard Lunclieon H o noring Rev Abraham R. Brown Abe B rown Ministr i e s & Jos e Valiente-Larso n Alle n LLP AnJ Fll!nelilin g Th.: Ruy S.:Pu!' Of'Am.,rit u Thursday, N ovembe r 12, 200 9 Cma bba\ (jrill "701) N Dale 'Mahrv H"\'. Cll ccklnll: 3CJA.:\1.1' o l lowcd U y L\m.;b 12 P $ 50. 00 l'c'r>on \lcC lu rc. Auorn"y n.T. A Yellow jackets It s That Time Of Year Again: 1,t,r THE BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL ALTHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB .:-' I s Hosting It s T hird Annu a l K & GOLD CHRISTMAS CE Saturday, December 19,2009 The L e tter Carrie rs H all 9 P .M.-1 A .M. 3003 W Cypress Street Tampa, Florida .. T#ets: $15 .00-BYOB &_ BYOF.-S e t Ups Will B e S9l ' Door Pnzes W1ll B e G1ven Away k Thi s Y ear We' v e A dd e d A littl e T wi s t :The Cl a s s Th a t Br i n gs Out Th e L a rge s t Numb e r O f Att e nd ees Will G e t A S p ecial Pri z e The y D o n t H a v e To All B e Blake Alumni ; Ju s t Brought By Someon e Who Is One Conta c t Frances Cheeks Jennin s 254-2229 Or 546-7789 O r An M e mbe r National Sorority Of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Alpha Omicron Chapter Presents Its '28th Annual Fall Fashion Scholarship Luncheon Saturday, November 14th 11:00 A.M. At The Tampa Marriott Westshore Blvd. Theme: "Yes We Can! Dress To Impress!" Featuring Fashions From The Exclusive Ann Favorite s Boutique Coordinator Carolyn Brown Will Present Children On Parade And African Fashions There Will Be Vendors And Door Prizes Donat ion Benefits-The Mary McCullough fund For Tickets You May Call 81.3-253-5935 Or 813-258-3663 Pearl C Coffee Reporter Essie D. Roberson, President For Tickets/Sponsorship Info, visit www.tampametrodst.org Make Checks Payable To Delta Foundation, A 501 (c)3, With Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter On Memo Une. ., :::D c z 0 < m l'JJ m :::D 1\) 0 0 en m z -4 z m r;l'JJ c: r r-!!l z "'D c: l'JJ r-(ii :C m C m < m -4 c: m en c :J> z t:i ., :::D i5 G)' m -' -')> ..

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local Restaurant owner Pledges To 'Feed The Homeless' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer R ev el a tions com e to us in diff e r e nt forms For Big Bru' s Barb e cue o wner, Cornelius Hamilton, his came by chance. I w as leavin g a local club a fter a busines s meeting when I saw a lady with two small children sleeping outside. That really hurt me. All she had was a couple of blankets and what appeared to be everything she owned in a coupl e of bags Cornelius went over and talke d with the woman and her children, and she was more than happy to share her story. "She told me she was from New York and came to Tampa after her husband abandoned them for another woman. I felt like crying, but I thought of a way I could help her and others." Cornelius said the woman's story burned in his heart, and with God's blessing and the support of his church, Triumphant Fellowship, Craig Holloway, pastor, his path was set. Starting this Sunday from 3 until the food and clothes run out, I will be n ear the S a l vation Army on Florida Avenue and Henderson, reaching out to the homeless. "It's amazing how selfish we've become, and how easy it is for us to turn our backs on homeless people and treat them like criminals. These people are in need, and all of us are just a step away from joining them." Cornelius said he plans to do something big for Thanksgiving. "After I told people what I was trying to do, everyone I've worked with came to join in. Hood Magazine, Club Nouveau and Top-Notch Car Mode Detailing wasted no time in jumping on board." Cornelius said he's not looking to earn any money for doing this, but he would appreciate others donating food and clothes. "When someone wants to donate food, I'd appreciate it if it's cooked. That way, I won t have to do all the cook ing Cornelius says anyone who wants to pitch in and volunteer to help, is welcome to stop by Sunday. Woman Brings Products To Diabetic customers BY IRIS HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Th e r e are nume rous pro ducts availabl e to the public that citizens don' t know about. Some of those products include products geared toward people suffer ing from diabet e s. However, Ms. Edna Whitehead, Licensed Orthotics Assistant Fitter, said she wants to help those who qualify. Ms. Whitehead has bee n an employee of Southeast Diabetics and Orthotics Inc for nearly a year Her role is to make individuals who have Medicare "Part B" and who suffer from diabetes, aware of the products available The operates by billing Medicare and there is no cost to the client. Ms. Whitehead said she visits the client in the home and fits them for diabetic shoes. The shoes are customized to that person's foot. The com pany also provides meters to test for glucose (sugar) lev-MS. EDNA WHITEHEAD ... Licensed Orthotics Assistant Fitter els. The meters are also billed to Medicare. "Many of my clients are elderly citizens, but some younge r people have Medicare. But, if they are in need of shoes or diabetic supplies, they should call and we can tell them if they are eligible," Ms. Whitehead said. She further stated that changes have taken place since President Barack Obama has been in office. "Benefits have increased a lot and som e p eople don't kn o w the thin g s that are availabl e t o the m. They only h ear about many of the b e n e fit s through word of mouth." In addition to providing access to products, Ms. Whitehead s a id, We also educate our clients on how to keep themselves he a lthy. We follow up with them once a year and we also offer inserts for their feet if necessary Ms. Whitehead stated that the shoes cost about $200 per pair a nd most people can only afford to purchase one pair. If the person qualifies, the company can help them select from a vari ety of shoes, such as church, running shoes, or casual wear A Tampa native, Ms. Whitehead graduated from East Bay High School. She has been with the company for nearly a year. Anyone wishing to contact her can call (813) 300-1700. Southeast Diabetics & Orthotics, Inc is a National Medicare Provider for all diabetic testing supplies. ., ::0 0 z 0 < m s: Ill m ::0 0') 1\) 0 0 CJ) m z z m r I m c: r r m z 1J c: m c CJ) ::J: m c m < m ---4 c: m CJ) 0 )> z c "11 :::c c

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O'l Sports <.0 a: w m :E w > 0 z c a: u. c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::J > a: w > w c w l: (/) :::i m ::J D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::J m ...J w z i= z w (/) ( a: 0 ..J LL <( I o:t ,.... w 0 Serena Williams Set Earnings Record SERENA WILLIAMS Serena Williams, the younger of the famous tennis playing Williams sisters, set a record for official earnings by a female on the lady s ten nis tour. Serena won a total of $6.5 million dollars this past year to establish the new record. Serena also reestablished herself as the #1 female tennis player in the world Both Serena and Venus have become big-time busi ness moguls and rumors are beginning to circulate that next y ear Ylrill be the last fuli season tha t the Williams sis ters Ylrill play on the tour. This is especially true of Venus who already has more interest in her activities off the court FAMU's Quarterback Is .As Good As They Come CURTIS PULLEY Florida A&M Uruversity has a quarterback who is the real deal. Hi s n a m e i s Curtis Pulley a nd h e v.rill play in th e N a ti o n a l F ootba ll Leagu e Pulley i s 6'2" a nd wei g h s in a t 215 pounds. He is flee t o f foot a nd c an do it all. Th e v er s atile si g n a l c a ll e r is more than so% of Florida A&M' s offense. He has a strong arm and is very accurate. Pulley can throw the b all on the run, plus he can scr a mble for large chunks of yards He is smooth as a ball-handler and he is an intelligent foo t ball player. Pulley has pass e d for more than 2 ,000 yards and has rushed for nearly a 1 ,000 yards. Pulley came to FAMU from the Division I program at the University of Kentucky. I pre dict that not only Ylrill Pulley play in the NFL, but he Ylrill be drafted. Like Father, Like Son Plant High School football team has a man-child. The man-child's father was a manchild. The man-child is James Wilder, Jr. and his father is man-child, James Wilder, Sr. You remember James Wilder, Sr. don't you? He played for the University of Missouri and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers In fact, the senior Wilder is the Bucs' all-time leading rusher. James, Jr. is a 6 3", 230-pound speedy, hard to bring down running back. When Wilder isn t busy run ning over tacklers or blocking would-be tacklers into the turf, he is busy help ing Plant shut down the ()ppo nents offense On defense Wilder usually operates from a linebacker spot, but he will get into the line and become a defensive lineman. Wilder is only a junior, yet he is being : recruit.,ed by a large number of Division 1 football programs. 11/t's That!'rime AGAIN!" BCU vs. FAMU *FLORIDA CLASSIC XXX* Saturday Nov. 21st-Orlando, FL ALSO ... UNIV. OF MIAMI vs. SOUTH FLORIDA BULLS Sat. Nov. 28th -Raymond_ James Stapiu11J Great Tickets Available ... "For BOTH Games!" Don't Miss ANY of the Fun this Year ... "Come & Join US!" F=or Tickets, Information, and to Order Online: 813-988-9264 or VenomNation@aol.com Website: www.venomnation.com/gofamu.html Lee Rov Selmon To Be Honored sundav LEE ROY SELMON It is onl y fitting that the first inductee into the Buccaneer Ring Of Honor will be Lee Roy Selmon. Selmon will be honored during a halftime ceremony Sunday when the Bucs host the Green Bay Packers. The Bucs will we a r their orange throwback jerseys to celebrate the event. Lee Roy Selmon was the first draft pick in the history of the Buccaneers coming out of Oklahoma in 1976. Although he retired 25 years Freeman OHiciaiiV Named Staning Quanerback JOSH FREEMAl'r . Buc starter for remainder of season This Sunday, first-round draft pick Josh Freeman.Yirill Play his first full game at quar.,.. terback when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Green Bay Packers. Kickoff is at 1 p.m Buc head coach, Raheem Morris,. announced Wednesday after a 65-minute practice that Freeman would be the man. The Bucs started the season with veteran Byron Leftwich, and after three games, second-year pro Josh Johnson was given a chance as the starter. Some outsiders feel because the team failed to win any games under Leftwich or Johnson, the programfor Freeman to become. the starter p i cked up steam. Most of the Buc coaches feel the half season he spent on the sideline better prepared him for his Sunday debut. Lee Roy Selmon wore the old orange Buc uniform. ago, he remains the Bucs leader in sacks with 78 ; 5. In 1995, Selmon received the ultimate honor when he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Selmon joined his brothers, Lucio us and Dewey, on the University of Oklahoma defensive line in 1972. He was a member of two national championship teams under head coach Barry Switzer, and in 1975, was awarded the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy. In 1999, Selmon was named to the Sports Illustrated NCAA Football AllCentury Team as only one of six defensive tackles on the squad The youngest of nine children born in Eufaula, Oklahoma, Selmon also went to six straight Pro Bowls and was named Defensive Player of the Year in 1979. In 1984, Selmon played his last se ason of professional football due to a back injury, and his #63 jersey was retired by the Bucs in 1986. Ranlers. Stand Against Bears BY TED TAYLOR The saying that football can be_ a game of inches became reality in Baltimore on Saturday evening as 3,410 fans saw the Rattlers of Florida A & M prev ail against the Morgan State Bears. On a fourth-and-inch es from just outside the 15-yard line in overtime, FAMU stopped Bears quarterback Carlton Jackson that came up a couple inches short. FAMU took the opening kickoff and breezed in for a 7-o lead on 16-yard quarterback Curtis Pulley to Ylride receiver Kevin _Elliott. The Rattlers took only four plays to travel 75 yatds in i:44. The lead was padded to 14-0 on FAMU's ilEl:ict sion rut:lning back Phillip Sylvester scampered 19 yards to end a quick So-. ya r d drive in seven plays in .-2:36. Early in the fourth F AMU used a 36 yard dash by Pulley to take the lead at 2S-21. Morgan State"' answered aga"in when Jackson found wideout" Edwin Baptiste behind the Rattler se condary on a 53-yard bomb. The 2828 tie remained through regu lation. Morgan State won the over-time toss a nd went on defense. FAMU w a s held to a 3 5 -yard field goal by Trevor Scott. Pulley had a career-da y gaining 231 yards on 20 car ries and the two touchdowns. He was 13-of-22 for 174 yards and the touchdown pass in the air. The performance took a toll on him as he was rushed for treatment immediately after the game. The victory gave the Rattlers sole possession of second place in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference at 6-2 overall and 4 1 in the MEAC. They return to Bragg Stadium for Senior Day and 1000 Strikes Recognition Day at 3 :00 Saturday afternoon ag ainst the 4-4, 3-3 North Carolina A & T Aggies in another MEAC g ame. The 1000 Strikes recognizes con tributors who make a special annual gift of $1,000.00 to F AMU Athletics.

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Sports Yankees Win 21th World Series Title The jubilant Yankees gather for a team shot after defeating the Phillies in Game 6. NEW YORK-The Yankees christened the first season in their new ballpark the same way they opened their old stadium in 1923: with a World Series championship. Hideki Matsui's record night powered the offense, Andy Pettitte held Philadelphia's offense in check and Derek Jeter started a pair of key rallies with base hits, as the Yankees beat the Phillies 7-3 to win their 27th title and first since 2000, a relatively long drought by this storied chise's standards. Matsui was named the World Sries ,MY.P after-.baf.;.: ting .615 with thre' e home runs the second designated hitter to be so honored. "Winning the championship is such a great feeling," Matsui said through an interpreter. "I guess you can say that this is the best moment of my life right now." Jeter, Pettitte and catcher Jorge Posada are veterans of the Yankees' run of four championships in five years from 1996-2000. Also part of those teams, of course, was closer Mariano Rivera, who pitched 1 2/3 innings to finish Wednesday night's Game 6. It was the fourth time Rivera has recorded the last out of the World Series, inducing Shane Victorino to g toundout to-Robinson Cano at second base as the Yanke e s poured out of the du gout in celebration before the throw even reached first base. Now That the Dust Has Settled, We Want to Say Thank You Two important City ofTampa pipeline projects are-_complete: the 12th Street Wastewater Force Main Replacement Project and the 22nd Avenue _Water Pipeline Replacement Project CH2M HILL extends its gratitude to East Tampa residents for their cooperation during construction of these pipelines. With your support, Tampa's businesses an (/) m z :::! z m r;-JD C rrm :::! Z . 'tJ C: : m r-(j) ::I: m m < m -i c: m (/) c Adidas End Deal With QCF over Air Jordan Flap )> z c .. '11 :C c ORLANDO-A fight over the shoes Michael Jordan's son will wear at the University q ( has co. st the school any future sponsorship with adidas. "The University of Central Florida has chosen not to deliver on their contractual commitment to adidas," adidas spokeswoman Andrea Corso said. "As a result we have chosen not to continue our relationship with them moving forward." Freshman guard Marcus Jordan wore a pair of white Air Jordans during UCF's 84-6s win in an exhibition game against Saint Leo on Wednesday night, the Orlando Sentinel reported on its Web site. Jordan has said he will only wear his father's Nike Air Jordan shoes because they hold special meaning to his family MARCUS JORDAN UCF is in the fimil year of a five-year contract with that requires coaches and athletes to use the co .mpany's apparel and equipment. "We are disappointed-to learn that adidas has chosen to discontinue its relationship with UCF Athletics," the school in a statement Wednesday night released by 'tJ spokesman Joe ,Hornstein. -:J>; "Orice we receive official notice we will be able to fur-...a. ther respond." t

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Entertainment Keri Hilson Tried To Make Drake's Birthdav Wish Come True KERI HILSON It seems like celebrities even turn to Twitter to make birthday wishes come true. Drake turned 23 years old on October 24, and one of the gifts he asked for was a serenade from Keri Hilson. Drake posted the request on Twitter, saying, I wish Keri Hilson would call me andsing Slow Dance to me for m y birthday. That's m y jawnt." Ms. Keri spoke to MTV News las t w ee k a nd ass ur e d u s that s h e d e finit e l y tri e d t o grant Drake his r e qu es t but the Young Money yo un g gun would not answer the phone. "I tried," HUson explained. "Drake ... for his birthday he asked me to sing my latest single 'Slow Dance .' I just randomly saw it. I rarely check my updates, but I did .... You know, Drake rarely tweets That's why I said, 'It feels like my birthday with you tweeting and all.' He said, 'For my birthday, I really wish Keri Hilson could sing me "Slow Dance." So he said, 'Keri, you should call me and sing "Slow Dance" a cappella.' So I was like, 'He's gonna call me out?' So I called him and [the phone] went straight to voice mail. I tried. I told him I tried and he put on Twitter, She actually tried.' Mariah carev's New Film 'Precious' 'Made Me Crv,' Nick cannon savs NICK CANNON Nick Cannon supports his superstar wife Mariah Carey in all of her endeavors. And watching his normally glamorous wife por-'nw \-1;ice of Our Commwtirv Spr;!aking }i>r lrselj (813) 248-1921 tray a plain-looking couns e lor in th e upcoming movie Precious" moved Cannon to tears. "I m ea n, the performance was phenomenal clearly one of the best," he told MT\l News on the red carpet for the film s Los Angeles premiere. Cannon accompanied wife Carey, who stars in the flick alongside comedian Mo'Nique and newcomer Gabourey Sidibe, to the premiere. "I love her every look, always." As for the film 's serious tone, he says that it was hard for Carey to come home at night after telling the story of a teenage girl dealing with incest and pregnancy. "Every person can take something away from this. It was a heavy role -to come down from that you have to stop yourself," he explained. "And stop yourself again.'' Cannon admits that even though he's seen the film nume rous times already, h e still gets weepy whenever he watches it. I didn t read the script, but the movie made me cry, h e said. I think it's, like, m y fifth time. It gets better eve ry time." New Downtown Night Spot To Hold OHicial Grand Opening CLUB NOUVEAU For those of you who were fortunate enough to attend the pre-grand opening of Club Nouveau last Friday, it appears the news spread rapidly about this innovative new entertain ment venue. This Friday, Club Nouveau will hold it's official grand opening, and at the same time, host a Red And Black Party As a First Friday event, there will be a happy hour beginning at 5 p.m., and a huge buffet thanks to Ladies Of The Sea Restaurant Also, admission to Club Nouveau will be only $5.00 all night long. Just when you think the party is over, a hip-hop party will begin at 10 p.m. and end at 3 a.m. Club Nouve a u is only for the serious party people who know how ente 1tain th emselves with class. For more information, call Ace at (941) 462-5253. Bevonce To Host Thanksgiving Special BEYONCE Look for a whole Iotta Beyonce under the tree this year. The R&B diva will be hit ting fans with a pair of major releases and a TV special just in time for the holiday season. First up is the November 23 release of I Am ... Yours: An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas, a two-disc live CD/DVD compilation recorded earlier this year at the hotel/ casino. That same day will also see the release of a deluxe edition of the singer's multiplatinum I Am .. Sasha Fierce double album. The reissue will come with two bonus tracks including "Video Phone (Extended Remix), which features Lady Gaga. Th e video for th a t song premiered exclusive l y on MTV o n air a nd on line. JJ 0 Rihanna savs Domestic Violence Could Happen To Anvone }< z 0 < m s: OJ m JJ m 1\) 0 0 c.o LOS ANGE LES --Pop s in ge r Rihanna is due to spea k for th e fir s t tim e about th e nig ht s h e was b e at e n by h e r ex-boyfriend Chris Brown, saying in a TV int erv iew that this could h appen to anyone. R&B singer Brown, 20, was sentenced to five years proba tion and community service in August for attacking Rihanna, 21, on the eve of the Grammy Awards in February. He has since apolo gized for the assault but has remained largely out of the media spotlight. In an interview with Diana Sawyer due to be aired on ABC's program "Good Morning America" on RIHANNA Thursday and Friday this week, the Barbadian singer says Brown was "definitely my first big love." "This happened to me . it can happen to anyone," she 0 told Sawyer according to a :II statement from ABC. C l> CJ) m z Chris Brown R .eveals GraHiti Album cover Art ::::! z m r-1 m c r-CHRIS BROWN Chris Brown released the album cover for his forthcoming Graffiti album (due December 15) on Monday (November 2). The singer tw ee ted the image on Monday afternoon, just as images from his Crawl music video were rel eased On the cover, Brown is rdecked out in all black wear m :::j z ing a blazer, turtleneck, sun glasses and army boots a nd "D holding an electric guitar one shoulder and a can of spray rpaint in the other hand -CJ) which actually looks like a ffi mechanical h and. He appears 0 to be standing in a spacecraft, m < in front of a window showing m starsand the Earth. 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MR. JOHN DAVID BURNEY Homegoing services for Mr. John David nurney, "Baby Ray," of 2311 E. nth Avenue, who passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 2 p. m., at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. L. McDaniels, officiating. John David Burney was born December 25, 1935, to the late John and Isolina Jones Burney and was a longtime resident of Tampa. He was a Longshoreman, with the International Longshoreman's Association, #1759 for many years before retiring. He enjoyed playing dominoes with his friends and playing the Florida Lottery. John was also a member of the Masons since 1972, Lodge No.150. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted and loving wife, Ophelia Burney; stepchildren, Audrey Farrow, Ezekel Farrow and Howard Roundtree; daughters-in-law, Julia L. Anderson, Dorothy Farrow and Zelline W. Roundtree; grandchildren, LaToya and Rene Farrow, Shamika and Michael Roundtree, Korra Graham, Christena and Anttonnett Roundtree, Rico White and Vernon Lee Simmon; great grandchildren, Trevion and Tarrance Roundtree, Lavina, Tony and Alayha White and 7 other great grandchildren; brother, Lloyd Sessler; sisters, Ernestine Thompson and Claudie Walker; great nieces, Rhonda, Bridgette and Ashley Jackson, Alicia Williams, Pam Burney and Rosline Walker; great nephews, Demetrious "Knott" Jenkins, Milton Jenkins, Isaac Freeman, Pete Mcintyre, Willie Jackson (Pete), Cedric Robinson, Michael arid Cukie Walker; friends, Barbara and Betty Odom, Alfon'so Sampson, Leroy Harden, Larry Coleman, Rassul Hassan, U. S. Lane, Leroy Kirkland, Vickey and Tessie Gunta, Jerry Finnie, Calvin Mack, Wardell Norman, James. Freeman, James Harrell, Sr., Lola Mae Hassele, Larry Hemmingway, Herman Williams, Tall-Man, Wallace McDonald and Harry Thomas; and a host of brothers from the International Longshoreman's Association, Local #1759; and if anyone was omitted please forgive us. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m. on Friday, November 6 ; 2009. Family and friends are asked to meet on Saturday at 1:45 p. m. for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. ROBERT LEWIS HILL Mr. Robert Lewis Hill of 1921 W. LaSalle Street, passed away November 2 2009. He was born in Tampa, on January 12, 1960, and. attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Robert retired from Tampa General Hospital as a Radiologist Technician. God provided him love, faith and the strength he needed from his loving mother and family. He could always make you laugh, he just wanted to be happy and for everyone around him to be the same. He enjoyed cooking, music, yard work and art. He loved buying for and spending time with his nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by: his father, Clyde Hill, Sr.; and brother, Roy Hill. He leaves fond memories with his: mother, Luizia Hill; brother, Clyde L. Hill, Jr.; sisters, Annie Hunter and husband, Lucious, Mary Graham and husband, Marvin, Mamie Bigham and husband, Curtis, Cheryl Hill, Janice Albury and husband, Fredrick; aunt, Myrle. Wright and family; nieces, Nazlee Weathersby and husband, Melvin, Devin Walters, Dezarai. Brim, Mileyah, Milenah, Kaylah and Yasmin Weathersby, Dr. Regina Graham and Monica Mallory; nephews, Albert Arenas and wife, Shirley, Juan Arenas and wife, Bernice, Antonyo Andrews, Tyrees Graham, Marvin Graham, Jr., and Jaydon Weathersby; sisters-in-law, Sadie Perry, Gussie Albury and Lewis, and Emma Hill; cousins, Peggy Hill, Thomas Hill, Sr., Thomas Hill, Jr., Tammie Hill, Pat Kendrick, Mamie Kendrick and Minnie Kendrick, all of Miami, Dorothy and Arthur McElroy of Brooklyn, NY, Annie Davis, GA, and Merry Givens; godsisters, Sylvia Thompson, Cinderella Guyler and Kim Hamilton; friends, Dr. Santo Bifulco and wife, Cynthia, Adam, Brian and Chris Brothers, Elbert Payne and Leslie, Doug Troupe, James Troupe, Mrs. Annie Dozier, Carnisha Hamilton and the Hunter family; and other relatives and friends. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.ajkensfuneralhome.net Everett-Derr & Anderson MR. WILLIAM CHARLES BRADSHAW Homegoing services for Mr. William Charles Bradshaw, affectionately known as "BaBro" and also "Bradshaw," who departed this life in the early morning on Sunday, October 25, 2009, will be held on Saturday morning, November 7, 2009, at 11 a. m. from Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church, 2628 E. Lake Ave., with the Rev. Timothy Kemp, pastor, the Bishop Robert Jordan of Healing Hands Ministries, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. William was born on February 15, 1955, in Tampa. He attended and graduated from the public schools of Hillsborough County. He worked for a number of years at Precision Communications and also served in the United States Armed Forces. William would often attend Peace Progressive Primitive Baptist Church under the leadership of the Rev. Timothy Kemp. William loved the Lord and was a friendly, loving and giving family member. "An Angel was summoned to claim the soul of our beloved William Charles Bradshaw. He graciously answered the call of his Heavenly Father and left his loved ones to be with the Lord to take his Eternal Rest." He leaves to cherish his loving memories : his devoted wife, Linda Graham; 4 chil,dren, Reko Charles Bradshaw, Sr., Tyronda Bradshaw (Eric), Mable Bradshaw (Rick), and Carina Bowers; 6 stepchildren, Reginald Battle, Don Royal, Milton Royal, Michael Graham, Jessica Graham and Shawn Riley; 10 grandchildren, Michael Caldwell, Jr., Reko Bradshaw, Jr., Chaca Bradshaw, Makeyla Guyton, Ricardo Guyton, Jr., Zeric Fipps, Anyiah Fipps, Reshard Guyton, Zion Fipps and Briana Bradshaw; sisters, Gloria Sims (Clarence), Elizabeth "Liz" Bradshaw Floyd (Joe), and Jache D. Cicero (Mac); brothers, James Holmes, Sr. (Carol) and Kevin Holmes (Angela); aunt, Delores Reeves; uncle, Sammie Pinckney; sister-inlaw, Bernita Shorter; brother, in-law, Bernard Graham; devoted friend, Shelia L. Wilson; a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and other loving family and friends, among whom are special friends, Mattie Moore, Elizabeth Sharp, Mamie, Mr. Willie and all of the 29th Street under the Tree. Crew; and special acknowledgement to Rev. Timothy Kemp and the Peace Primitive Baptist Church family, Bishop Robert Jordon and Co-Pastor Florine Howard of Healing Hands Ministries, Frances House and Verizon. The viewing for Mr. William Charles "Ba-Bro," "Bradshaw," Bradshaw will be held on Friday, November 6, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE WORDS OF COMFORT ON SATURDAY. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday morning, November 7, 2009, at 10:30 a. m. "EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5ll7North 22nd Street Tampa, Floridid3610 R.-\fl10ND A!'lil>ERSON L F. D. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Fan1ily Can Meet Your Fan111v' s Needs .. CRISIS JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tam a, Florida 33610 earth tlas No That Cannot MR. ELBERT NEWTON, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Elbert Newton, Jr., a k. a., Rusty Back, Old School, Elmo and June Bug, who passed away on October 30, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 11 a.m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, 5706 North 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, Reverend Ricardo Robinson, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven "T1 Memorial Park. 1 Mr. Newton was preceded in death by: his father, Elbert C New,ton; mother, Doris )> Newton; sisters, Mae Ella CJ) Newton and Margaret Porter; m and brother, Lewis Williams. Z Mr. Newton, Jr. was born ::::! in Tampa, to the union of Z Elbert and Doris Newton. He m attended public school in r;Hillsborough County. Elbert OJ was employed by the City of := Tampa for a short period of rtime. Later he became m employed at Logispec USA, ::::! Inc. (Tampa Banana Z Handlers) for 29 years. "0 Elbert accepted Christ as his C: personal savior and knew the joy of the Lord was His c;; strength. His hobbies were: ::r: singing, fishing and hunting. m Three children were born to C the union of Elbert and Linda m Newton were: Lakeisha < Newton, Krystal Newton and m Elbert Newton, III. He leaves to cherish his -1 memory: a loving and devoted C: wife, Linda Newton; 3 sons, m Aurthur Jordan, Roland Ervin CJ) and Elbert Newton, III; 2 daughters, Lakeisha Newton < and Krystal Newton; godchild, )> Lawa.nda; 6 grandchildren, z Ze'on Newton, Ze'kori C Newton, Ze'Quoya Newton "T1 Ejayvius Newton, Aurkherhia ::!;! Jordan and Brittinee Ervin; 4 C brothers, Willie Williams (Allice) of Tampa, Nathaniel ....., Newton, Julius Newton (Cynthia) of Birmingham, Alabama, and James Newton (Wanda) of Tampa; 2 sisters, Pauline Jones (William), and Earlene Blue (John); 2 brothers-in-law, Theodore Johnson (Reba), and Luther johnson (Dantae); 2 sisters-in-law, Bertha Wynn (Marquis), and Lavern Scott (Arthur); devot-ed friends, Lloyd Sesler, Charlie Franklin, Bruce Simmons, James Simmons and Ben Marcus; and a host of nieces, nephews and other family members and friends; and special acknowledgement to the Hospice Indigo Te.am and Harmon Funeral Home. Visitation for Mr. Elbert Newton, Jr. will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Family will receive friends from 7-8 p. in. C) .Friends are asked to assem-m ble at the church at 10:45 a. _, m. A HARMON BURIAL )>

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CJ) 0 0 C\1 tO a: w Ill :E w > 0 z >" <( 0 a: LL. 0 a: u. 0 z < 0 C/) w .... > a: w > w 0 w :I: C/) ::::i m a. z i= ...J ...J m I ...J w z i= z w C/) < 0 a: 0 ...J u. < I 0 C\1 w (!) MOTHER THELMA SAVAGE Mother Thelma Savage of 3002 E. Norfolk Street, passed away Thursday, October 29, A homegoing celebration will be conducted Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 11 a. m. at College Hill Church of God In Christ, 6414 N. 30tlt Street, with Elder Charles Davis, pas-tor, with Elder Stephen Austin, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mother Savage was a native of McAlphin, Florida, and was reared in the Bradenton and Wimauma communities. She was educated in the public schools of Manatee County and was a resident of Tampa for over thirty years. Her religious affiliations include: Mount Zion Missiona.ry Baptist Church, Friendship Missionary Baptist Church and College Hill Church of God in Christ. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Melissa Warren Harris and Squire Taylor; husband, James L. Savage, Sr.; and son, Harold Savage. Mother Savage leaves to cherish her memory: five adult children, James L. Savage, Jr. of Tampa, Carol B. Johnson of Tampa, Patricia A Hamilton (Michael) of Goldsboro, NC,-Dorothy J. Hudson (Charlie) of Sumter, SC, and Ronnie C. Savage (Sharolyn) of Tampa; 17 grandchildren, Carmentia Gant-Savage, Veronica J. Foster, Utonda Johnson, Toynita Sisk (Derrick), Javon Johnson, Patrice Hamilton, Marcus Hudson (and wife), Charles Hudson, Brian Hudson, Shawndrette Calhoun, Christopher Bell, Keishon Savage, Anthony Holmes, Jr., Joshua Savage, Telma Savage, Ronnie Savage, Jr. and Matthew Savage; 16 great grandchildren and 5 great, great grandchildren; grandnieces and nephews; the entire Davis family; cousins, Annie Bell Warner of Rancho Cordova, CA, Glenda Lawton (John) of Naples, FL, the entire Warren family, John Epps and wife of AL, Robert (Pat) Savage of Valdosta, GA, Luenell (Nathan) Alexander of Pinella, FL, Paul (Mary Alice) Savage of Boynton Beach, FL, and the entire Savage family, and Ronnie Johnson of Tampa; and a host of other .devoted relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 4 p.m. today, November 6, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. Homegoing service for Mr. James E. Cobb of Tampa, who passed away October 28, 2009, at home with his family and under the care of LifePath Hospice, will be held Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 11 a : m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend James Dawson of Anointing Christian Fellowship, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. James E. Cobb was born on June 18, 1962, in T&mpa, to Rosa Lee Cobb. He was educated in the Hillsborough County School System and last attended Hillsborough High School in 1980. He enjoyed outdoor sports and played baseball for the Belmont Heights Little League. He was a well-known Tampa citizen and a devoted friend to many. James accepted Christ as his personal Savior on June 15, 2008, uniting with Anointing Christian Fellowship under the pastorate of the Reverend James Dawson. He leaves to mourn his pass-ing and cherish memories of him: his precious, loving and devoted mother, Rosa Lee Cobb; 6 dedicated brothers, John Lee Cobb (Barbara), Charlie Cobb, Larry Cobb, Michael Jackson, Calvin Cobb (Sheila) and Willie Brantley; 6 loving and caring sisters, Cynthia Wilson (Errol), Chicago, IL, Yvonne Cobb Peeler (Bishop Leroy Peeler), Beverly Diggs, Gail Cobb (Michael), Rosa Jackson and Linda Brantley of Tampa; 2 surviving uncles, Walter Cobb (Shirlean) and John Cobb of Tampa (5 uncles preceded him in death); 3 surviving aunts, Kellie Cobb of Lynchburg, VA, Sarah Long of Orlando, and Barbara Cobb of Tampa (3 aunts preceded him in death); 32 nieces and nephews of whom he helped to raise, Gerard Andrews, Mario Bennett, Derrick Cobb, Jermaine Cobb, Tory Moore, Patrick Royal, William Royal, Nicole Cobb and Quanda Stanley. James will also be sorely missed by some very special cousins with whom he was raised: like a brother, Diane Diggs, Arthur Diggs, Tony Diggs (Vern), Joann Williams (Mark) and Rufus Diggs; like a father, Willie James Brantley; special friends, Benjamin 'Zulu' Marcus, Shirley Green and family; the Durant family, the Graham family, the Daniel family, the Mitchell family, the Sheffield Carr family, the Arnold family, the Carroll family, the Foster family, the Bass family, the Marcus family, the Watson family, the Williams (Ruby) family, Alice Sellers and family, the Murphy family, the Page family and the Myers family; and a host of other sorroWing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, November 6, 2009, from 5-9 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N . 29th Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the chapel on Saturday by 10:45 a m. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net OPENINGII! ,{%; 3822 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, Florida 33605 (Corner Of 39th St. & 7rh Ave.) (813) 248-5000 lntergrilVIIIPian Includes: Casket w/7 Different Colors To Select From Lead Car Official Sheriff Escort Casket Spray Register Book l 00 Standard Programs Death Certificate 8 Passenger Limo "The Heart Of Serving Family First'' :l ELDER JIMMIE LEE FORD, SR. A celebration of triumph for Elder Jimmie Lee Ford, Sr. of Tampa who passed away Tuesday, October 27, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3325 E. Emma Street of which the Reverend Madison Murray is Pastor. Bishop Willard Lee will officiate and Elder Elton Ford will deliver the eulogy. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Flossie Mae Stokes Ford Johnson and Noah Ford; stepfather, Cornie Johnson; his grandparents, Gertrude Pack Stokes and Albert Stokes; his sister, Noah Lee Ford; his brothers, Harrison and Douglas Johnson; his aunts, Carrie Garland, Lillian Mae Fox and Clara Mae Buie Woods; and his uncle, Kyzer Stokes. Love and precious memories will be cherished by: his loving and devoted wife, Mamie Ford; loVing and devoted children, Tony (Barbara), Valorie, Eldred (Carolyn), Steven (Tamara), Latausha, Jimmie, Jr., Jeronie and Shaquia; 9 sisters, Mary Frances (Eddie Ford), Mattie Smith, Dixie Lee (Albert Holton), Shirley Ann (Clinton Murray), Sarah Jean (Hilton), Patricia Ann (Derrick Foxworth), Carolyn (Albert Lewis), Flossie Ann (Jasper Brisbon) and Delores Johnson Brown; 7 brothers, Ulysses Ford (Cassie), Booker T. Ford (Annette), Wayne Johnson, James Johnson (Paulette), Connie Johnson (Clara), Calvin Johnson (Diana) and Ricky Johnson; 27 grandchildren -and 5 great grandchildren; 2 aunts, Uletha Maxwell and Dorothy Shepherd; a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; mother-in-law, Loretta Hardy, Sr.; sister-in-law, Loretta (Mitchell); brother-in-law, Albert; a host extended family members and friends. A native of Mullins, South Carolina, Elder Ford had resided in Tampa since age 16. He was educated in the schools of Mullins, South Carolina. Elder Ford was a member of Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church. He was known for his passion for God, his love, kindness and his winning smile, always preaching the word of God. He was never ashamed to speak the word or quote one of his favorite scriptures. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, November 6, 2009, at Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, 1212 E. Scott Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralbome.com MRS. FLORA BRADDY Homegoing services for Mrs. Flora Braddy, known as Sis, of 3408 M. L. King, Blvd., Apt. 4, who passed away on Monday, November 2, 2009, will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 1 p.m. from Brown Memorial Chapel, 2314 E. 27th Avenue, with Reverend James M. Marion, Sr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Flora N. Braddy was born the first of 4 daughters to the late Mr. Ellis and Mrs. Florine Johnson in Milary, Alabama, on February 3, 1945 Flora resided in Hillsborough County for most of her life. Flora was preceded in death by: her mother and father; one sister, Rosemary Hill; and her husband, Samuel Braddy. Flora leaves to cherish her memory: two devoted and loving sisters, Patsy Gainer of 'Orlando, and Shirley Johnson of Tampa; and four very special and loving brothers, Roy Johnson (Marsha), Brooklyn, NY, Raymo-nd, James and 0 Glen Johnson of Tampa. Flora was a very special aunt to many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews. She also leaves: her best friend, Ms. Ella Mae Dixon; and a host of cousins and very special cousin, Mrs. Louise Mitchell Morris. Flora, known as Sis, will be missed with a smile, by all who loved her. Visitation for Flora N. Braddy will be held on Friday, November 6, 2009, at Brown Memorial Chapel, 2314 E. 27th Avenue, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday at 12:30 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to WOODY'S FUNERAL SERVICE. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven' cannot heal.'

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IN MEMORIAM VERCINE (VERN) WILLIAMS January 4, 1955-November 6, 2005 It's been four years, but it seems like yesterday since our father called you home. Sadly missed by your children, sisters, nieces and nephews. A LOVING HAPPY BIRTHDAY MEMORY .. MR. KENNEDY EDWARD STILLINGS Sunrise: November 4, 1960 Sunset: January17,2009 To Mr. Kennedy E. Stillings, gone but not forgotten. Happy birthday to my husband. From, your wife, Sonja Stillings; and your dlJ.ughters, Arlisa -Williams, Marquita Revere, Kendra Stillings, Tiera Stillings, Kennika Stillings; and your grandkids, Cornya Taylor, Jayden Johnson, Rayon Turner, Dannier Miller, Jr., Jalissa Johnson, Keyon Stillings. We love you very much Kennedy and I wish you were still here with us, but the Lord called you home to be with Him. Happy 48th birthday, Kennedy Stillings. We love you. Your wife, Sonja Stillings and daughters and grandkids. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SYLVIA GREEN FISHER November6 Since you've been gone, a moment hasn't passed without a thought of you. Miss you very much. Your children, grandchildren and family. Love especially, your kids. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DARRELL GEORGE If You Were Here If you were here Darrell George I would sing a song just for you. If you were here, I would tell you how much I love you. If you were here, I would hold you in my arms. If you were here, I would cherish every second. If you were here, I would share all my thoughts with you. If you were here, I would. celebrate your birthday with you. But now I know that you are not here in the natural .with me. But you are always in my heart, in my thought your spirit will live forever within me. You will always be by your family. So, now I will wish you a happy beloved birthday, 11/4/2009. Always remembering you every day. From, your mother and family, Johnnie Matthews. MRS. MARY LAWESHEEHY 1921 --1968 We miss you all. DR. PAUL SHEEHY 1912-1980 MRS. LENA LA WE 1900-1975 From, your family, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Sheehy, Jr., Paul Sheehy, III, Mrs. Paula Sheehy Snow, Paul Sheehy Snow, Mrs. Joy Lawe Armstrong, Mr. Theodore Lawe, Mr. Willie Brown, Mrs. Marie Sheehy, Mrs. Lillian Andrews Ponquinette. IN LOVING MEMORY OF DARRELL ARNOLD VANCE Daddy, Son, Brother, Nephew, Friend Darrell, it has been a year now since you left us because of your .untimely death. But, there has not been a beautiful sunrise from God's eastern sky or a glorious golden sun-. set in God's western sky that we haven't thought of you. Yes, we have missed your smiling face and loving care, but you are as precious and dear to us as you were before you had to. ieave us you will idway& be. We know you are happy and your days are filled full of the beauty and joy of heaven. We all love you one golden daybreak we'll meet again to be togethe r forever and ever. "Love you always," dad, mom,, Dyshawn :Vance, Dyshawnti Vance, Dyquan Vance, Denetria and Alonzo. t IN LOVING MEMORY ALEXANDER L.MATHIS Son, you have been gone for one year. Nothing is the same without your smile. You were so kind and funny and everyone loved you everywhere you went. Alexander, you were such a great Papi to Tantianna. All of your family and friends miss you so much. Our Father toQk a Puerto Rican King to be in Heaven with all of the angels and saints when He took you, son. You were our joy. "Te Quero Tanto," I will long for you untU we are together again in heaven. Loving you forever: mami, papi, Nicholas, Tatianna, Nubia, Abuela; Lilli, Titi Valentina, Daniella, Gracella, Elsa and the Garcia-Provenzano and Mathis families. A LOviNG BIRTHDAY MEMORY YOLt.\NDA RICHARDSON November 6 Although it has been 3 .years, you.are still in our heart,s. We will always love yo'Q -From, your fainily. WHATEVER TH.E TIME OF YEAR. IN MEMORIAM MRS. HATTIE (DOT) SANDERS June 25, 1930 -Nov. 4, It's been one year. You're sadly missed by your daughter, Ellen Delories Trussell, Chris and the rest of the family. We love you. \Js; FUN.ER:\t H01\U 3000 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 "T1 r-0 JJ c )> en m z :::! z m r-1 DJ c:: r rm :::! z "'D c:: DJ l en ::J: m c m < m JJ -< -t c:: m en c )> z c "T1 JJ c G') m 1\) ..... I )>

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Q) Memoriams(Card Of Thanks 0 z c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w t-w > w c w ::1: en :::i m a. z lij ..J ..J m ...:. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MYRA WILLIAMSON 11/5/37-4/15/09 EDWARD WILSON, SR. 11/7/47-5/2/09 We will hear the angels sing to you, happy birthday. Love always, your family. IN MEMORIAM Your soft-spoken voice of love and strength will always be with us. Love, your family. THANK YOU RONALDJ. BLANCHETT The family of Ronald J. Blanchett expresses our love and gratitude for your acts of kindness shown during the homegoing celebration of our beloved. Thank you for your prayers and support' duiin g our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Pastor Jesse Washington, Bishop James H. Howell, and to the staff of Wilson Funeral Home. The Blanchett, Pressley and Grinan families. COLMONWILSON 1/31/15-11/9/01 CARD OF THANKS MINNIE FLOYD Thank you for your prayers, flowers, food and all acts of kindness shown to our family. (813) 254-4916 For All Your Photography And Video Production Needs National Authorities Find Atleast11 Victims At Cleveland Sex onender's Home CLEVELAND--Authorities say they have confirmed a total of at least 11 victims whose remains were found in the Cleveland home of a sex offender. The Cuyahoga County coroner's office said Wednesday that a skull found in a bucket in Anthony Sowell's basement belonged to a body they have not yet found. Authorities also say they have identified one of the Anthony Sowell, right, stands behind public defender Kathleen DeMetz during his court appearance Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, in Cleveland. victims as 53-year-old Tonia Carmichael, who disappeared a year ago. Police Chief Michael McGrath says her remains were buried in the back yard and had marks indicating she was strangled: Carmichael's daughter Markiesha Carmicb,aelJac'obs says her mother struggled with drug addiction and frequented Sowell's neighborhood. Man Jailed For Having Sex With A Horse RODELL VEREEN CONWAY, SC --A South Carolina man caught on video having sex with a horse was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison after pleading guilty for the second time in two years to abusing the creature. Rodell Vereen was also ordered never to go near the stable where the horse's owner caught him and held Seventh Suspect Arrested In Homecoming Rape Case Police in Richmond, C11lifornia have arrested a sev enth person in connection with the brutal gang rape of a 15year-old girl outside Richmond High School's homecoming dance. Elvis Torrentes told reporters, "I didn't do it." : A team of officers took the 21-year-old man into custody. Police believe the suspect played an active role in the October 24 attack in a secluded area of the school. According to police, a group of as many as ten people beat and raped the girl for more than two hours while others watched. him for authorities at shotgum point over the summer. He apologized to the woman and to himself after admitting to buggery at the Horry County courthouse. ''I'm sorry about what I've done. I didn't mean to do it. It's my fault. I'm sorry for what I've done to myself," Vereen said during Wednesday's court hearing. Vereen was arrested in July after Barbara Kenley caught him entering the barn at Lazy B Stables in Longs, about 20 miles northeast of Myrtle Beach. She had been staking out the stable for more than a week after setting up a surveillance camera and videotaping Vereen's assault on her 21-year-old horse named Sugar. SHEEHYANKLEANDFOOTCENTER Is Sponsoring Its Annual "SHOES FOR THE HOlVIELESS DRIVE'' Please Drop Your Shoes Off At: Dr. Sheehy's Office 812 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Suite 101 Taillpa, FL _.,._.,."'"''-... All Shoes Will Be Given To The Abe Brown Ministry L"'11o.. ....... Metropolitan Ministries The Drive This Year Will Run From Nov. 1, 2009-Nov. 25, 2009 FlORIDA BUSINESS lEAGUE Presents ... "Rise Up ..... By Featuring JUDY JONES-COLSTON Community And Economic Development Expert November 12th, 2009 A.M. -10:00 A.M . Donation: $25 i r .. Tel: 813-932-8894 6 ......... Club Intercontinental Hotel 23 S. Westahore Blvd. Floor, Tampa, FL 33609 Co-Sponsors .,.;.,.,.,,,,.,1' ... Consulting Group, LLG

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Crime Argument over Ex Leads To Shooting MARCEL MORRIS ... being sought as suspect in shooting Tampa Police have issued a warrant for a 19-year-old man who is a suspect in a shooting at a gas station Wednesday night. According to police reports, Marcel Morris's plan was to confront a man at the Marathon Station, 4990 East Busch Boulevard, who was dating his ex Joush Blakely, 19, was riding in the car with the intended victim when Morris pulled out a handgun after exchanging words with the intended victim. Police said Morris fired several shots striking Blakely in the stomach. Morris then fled on foot. Blakely was transported to a local hospital and is report ed to be in critical, but stable .condition. JOUSH BlAKELY ... recovering in a local hospital. Joush's fat-her, David Blakely, said he's just happy his son is going to be alright "I don't understand why these young guys think they have to prove something by carrying a gun. My son had nothing to do with whatever the argument was about He was just riding along with one of his friends." Mr. Blakely said he spent all night at the hospital with his son, and that his son called him, asking that a fam ily member stay with him at the hospital. The warrant charges Morris with attempted first degree murder, aggravated assault with a firearm, and felon in possP.ssion of a firearm. Homicide detectives are continuing their investi gation into the shooting Inmates Rescue Deputv Being Anacked DOUGLAS BURDEN .. faces additional charges On Monday at 12:45 p.m. an inmate at the Orient Road Jail brutally attacked a detention deputy. Kenneth Moon, 64, was working at his desk inside a jail pod when Douglas Burden, 24, charged him and put him in a chokehold and began strangling the deputy. Burden is in jail ori various drug violations. Other inmates inside the pod who witnessed the attack, rushed to the deputy's aid, preventing him from being severely injured. During the struggle one inmate took the deputy's This is a photo of Detention Deputy Kenneth Moon, who was attacked. radio and (!all for emergency assistance. Deputies responded and restrained Burden, removing him to administrative confinement. Deputy Anthony Brown who works in the unit and knows Moon and many of the inmates said the action of the inmates showed there is more to their character than the crimes they are charged with. The inmates who came to the deputy's rescue are Jerry Dieguez, Hoang Vu, Terrell Carswell, and David Schofield. Burglarv suspects Take Infant Along This is a surveillance photo of the suspected credit card thieves inside a Wal-Mart Store in Ruskin. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on September 9, 2009, unknown suspects broke into a vehicle parked at Brandon High School during adult night classes. Deputies reported hat the suspects remo.,-ed the victim's credit cards, and in less than an hour were seen using them at the Wal-Mart in Ruskin with a baby in tow. The sus pects are also being investi gated in other car burglaries m the eastern part of Hillsborough County. The suspects are described as a Hispanic male, 2S to 3S years old, s'6" to s'n" tall with a muscular build, and a Hispanic female, 20 to 2S years old. Their vehicle is described as a white unknown make or model four-door car with a sunroof. Detectives ldentitv Vehicle In Hit-And-Run Tampa Police have identified a vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run inci dent on October 29th. Tampa Police reported that Dana Franklin, 22, was car rying her daughter, Jalaya McClinton, 1, across Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard near Armenia when they were struck by an SUV. She was not crossing the street at a crosswalk. Franklin sustained a bro ken pelvis and left leg, and her daughter sustained a fractured orbital The vehicle involved in the hit-and:-run is described as a dark colored 1996-2000 Dodge Caravan. The minivan is possibly missing the driver's side mirror and a broken dri ver's side headlight. The mini van also may have some type of red emblem or badge on its front grill Anyone who witnessed the accident is asked to contact Tampa Police at (813) 2316130. Couple Charged With Starving 5-Month-Oid To Death POLK COUNIY -A couple has been arrested in Polk County on charges they starved an infant to death. The Polk County Sheriffs Office said Tivasaha Logan, 2S, and Chauncey Gardner, 27, were charged with murder and aggravated child abuse in the starvation death of their s-mooth-old daughter, Chauntasia Gardner. CHAUNCEY GARDNER CHAUNT ASIA GARDNER and drinks for children and adults. l:J c z 0 < m 3: IJJ m l:J 0) I\) 0 0 z c ., Convicted Rapist Sentenced To 16-Years l:J c ST. PETERSBURG-On Monday, Judge Phillip J. Federico sentenced 22-year-old Travonti DeBose to 16 years in prison for raping one boy and trying to rape another. DeBose will also be declared a sexual predator. Although family members of DeBose were in court to speak on his behalf, Judge Federico said he couldn't go easy on the young man. -N. 56th Snet. Ste.13 FL 33617 Office (813) 988 TRAVONTI DEBOSE . sentenced to 16 years for rape 0,...24Hours 7DaysAWeek 'We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sit" Ci) m I\) w I )>

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-' : _ . _. ... _ . SECTION FLORIDA SENTINEL -FRIDAV,NOVEMBER6 2009 B Smokev Robinson Up Close And Personal: live At The Forum You don't have to be old school to know who Smokey Robinson is Born William Robinson, Jr., his music has crossed color and age barriers for decades. On Wednesday, November 11th, Smokey will be live at the St. Pete Times Forum for his special "Tribute On Ice" show. The show will feature renowned skaters Todd Eldredge, Brian Boitano, Jeffrey Buttle, Steen Cousins, Caryn Kadavy, Marie-France Dubreuil, Patrice Lauzon, Yuka Sa to, Jozef Sabovcik, John Zimmerman, and Silvia Fontana. In a phone interview with Smokey, he reflects on his career and what it means for him to be a part of this tribute. This tribute is very exciting, because this is the first time in my entire career I've done something like this I really admire what the skaters do. "All of the skaters personally selected one of my songs to skate to, and I'll be singing live as they skate." Smokey said because his concerts are usually 2-1/2 to 3 hours long, the skaters had a lot of material to listen to. As far his new CD, Time Flies When You're Having Fun, and the single from that CD, "Don't Know Why are concerned, Smokey said the entire CD is doing great "''m very proud of this project, because it's the first on my own label. 'I've been touring for this tribute since the second week of May, but I work a ll the time, so this isn't a problem for me. "I don't do so straight nights touring like I did y ears ago, but I stay pretty busy." On the a rtists Carlos Santana, Joss Stone, and India.Arie being a p art of this tribute, Smokey said he' s known all of the m for a long time. I' ve known Carlos for 35 y e a rs and I consider him my brothe r I've known Joss since s h e was 15, and I've known India for 15 years I think they're all great artists in own right Asked what he thought about the young songwriters singers oftoday, Smokey said there are somegood ones there. We have to stop reflecting on the negative and not looi< all the positive music. There are some kids making some great stuff out there. I also think rap music has been looked at far too negatively. I love rap." "As far as the movie I did with Queen Latifah, 'Last Holiday it did nothing for me. I was upset about the whole thing. We were in Prague for a couple of weeks and when the movie come out, they played only 8 seconds of the Tracks Of My Tears. That was a com plete waste." Smokey said in his opinion, the music industry has provide more opportunities for young people. "I think a show like American Idol is the greatest musical platform to introduce new music. You can get a lot of experience performing on that show. "As far as my career is concerned, I'm having a ball. I'm enjoying it more now than ever before. On his relationship with Berry Gordy, Smokey said they are best friends. "I met Berry before he started Motown. He was the manager for The Miracles, and was writing music for Jackie Wilson and others. He mentored me on song writing. I was already working when Motown started, arid Berry just brought me aboard. That gave me an opportunity to write more music and perform." Asked how he got the nickname, Smokey, he said when he was 3 or 4, he really loved singing cowboys. "My uncle, Claude, took me to the movies a lot. He started calling me Smokey Joe, and when I turned 12, they dropped the Joe." Smokey said Jackie Wilson was his idol, and his greatest inspiration. ''I'm excited about this opportunity to be a part o{this tribute, and I hope everyone enjoys the performances." Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or emailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com.

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KAYLEYONA DENNIS Happy birthday wishes. Love, mommy ("Ms. Bones") and family. Happy 28th Birthday!!! MS' KESHIA COLE LADYKC What's understood doesn't need to be explained! Grown, sexy, blessed, independent and very much loved!! IVERSON BRUNSON Nineteen years ago, 11/08/90, God gave us you, a mighty man of God. You make us proud. Happy birthday. We love you, Rev. and Sis. L. C. and Shirley Black, and the Bible M. B Church family. PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings . Portraits Family & Class .R,eunions JESSICA Happy birthday to our mommie. Love, Ty'Leiah and Tyron. JESSICA And AIKO Happy 25th birthday to my girl, Jai. May God continue to bless you and your family. Love,Aiko. DAVONTE PERRY Happy 14th birthday to my son, Davonte Perry and happy 13th birthday to Donniqua King. From your mother and fam. ily. We love you. WILMON REDDICK, III Congratulations Wilmon Reddick, III, on completion of 8 weeks boot camp training with the United States Air Force, Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. We love you son, and are very proud of you. May you fly on to greater heights with God as your co-pilot. Parents, Wilmon and Lucy Reddick, Land O'Lakes FL, and grandmother, Mercedes Reddick, Tampa. Happy 2oth Birthday, Nov. 5, 2009. ongratu at1ons On October 9, 2009, the United States Air Force bestowed the title of Airman 1st Class upon Va'Nesa Young. Va'Nesa has completed Basic Training in San Antonio, TX; and is now attending Tech School at Kessler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS. We send congratulations and salutes to her, as well as wishing her success in all future endeavors. We love VA'NESA YOUNG you! Parents, Val and Vickie and of course the rest of your Young, brother, Val, II, family. GRAND OPENING ... FLORAL DESIGN STUDIO Style. Sophistication. Splendor Saturday, November 7, 2009. 10:00 A.M. -2:00P.M. 7402 N. 56th Street Suite 906 Tampa, Florida 33617 Corporate Square Oflce Park (813) 443-4617 Phone (813) 443-4618 Fax ., r-0 ::c c )> en m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c: rrm ::! z "'tJ c: OJ r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., :D c

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Church Directory GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E Lake Ave. 248-4127 ELDER THOMAS J. REED R H. L DANIELS, Pastor Pastor Weekly Activities Early Morning Worship 8 A.M Sunday Church School 9 : 30A M Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship 10:45 A M Morning Worship -1 0 : 50 A.M. B ible Class 4 :30 P M Bible Study Wed. -7 P.M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 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 M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@ aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B .T.U. ) 6 PM Lord s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org 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 Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday7 P. M. Sunday School 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 7:45 A. M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship 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 P r ayer 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. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A M. Sunday School 9 :30 a.rn Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednescjay 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 Study 10a. m You1h Bible lnstitu1e 12-4 p m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor New St. Matthew Missionary Baptist Church 1006 South 50th Street Tampa, Florida 3 3619 .------.,....------.813-242-6268 GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday Morning Church School@ 9 :30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 11:00 A.M. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study@ 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study@ 7:00P.M. College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th StreP.t 813-239-3161 snm,,..,,,,.,,..., .. ,n And Sharing God s Love Worship Opportunit i es SUNDAY .. Sunday School: 9:30A.M. Morni119 Worship tt:oo A.M. . YPWW -6 :00 P.M . Evening Worship 7:00P.M.. TUESOAY & FRIDAY Evening Service P.M Sunday School -9:45a. m Morning Worship-11 a m Evening Worship5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7 :30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 1 0511 Main Street Thonotasassa, Florida DR.THOMAS L. Ill Sunday School 9 : 30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P .M. "TI :IJ c }< z 0 < m :!:: DJ m ::IJ en 1\) 0 0 <0 "TT r-0 :!! c )> U) m z -1 z m r;DJ c: r-z ., c: m r-c;; :X m c m < m -1 c: m U) c )> z c "TT :!! c

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(J) Sunday School Lesson 1.0 a: w al :E w > 0 z > <( 0 a: LL 0 Growing Into Your Calling Living this Christian life is about growth and maturity. The person you are today should not be the person you were yesterday. Likewise to morrow's person should not be today's person but better. As followers ofChrist each individual should exh i bit growth and maturity. The problem comes when people have been saved and mem bers of the church for long pe riods of time and still have the characteristics and behaviors of spiritual infants Peter writes in his letter 1 Peter 2:1-10 to encourage the church to grow and mature. He gives them sound solid advice on how to ensure that they grow to become the person God has ordained and called them to be. In verse one he suggests to them to rid themselves o f neg ative a nd hindering behavior and attitudes. If you are going to grow and mature in the things of God you must get rid of behaviors that will cause a person harm (malice). There is no room in a Chris tian s life for being deceitful, hypocritical or envious These are attitudes of being LL 0 z <( 0 CIJ w ::I 1-fi: w > w 0 w J: CIJ :::i lXI ::I BAPDST CHURCH 1211111 .181f.uaSt., T81111111.ft.33182 [813) 229-1398 SCbaet _____ ......._.... 1:15 a.m. Service, TuesdaV-----M -& p.m. BlbiB SlUIJV, TU8Sd8V--6:30 p.m. I Can Da All Things :Dnullt Christ Which z tij ...J ...J ::I lXI ...:. w z i= z w CIJ <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL lXI I CD w CJ ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEnY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45 A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries @aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ l-OUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDIIE IIEWIO. Aad PASTOR AUDREY IEWIIRK "phony" or 'two -face d These th i ngs you mu s t n o t be. B e w h o God h as calle d you t o b e a nd l e t th e r ea l you s how. Fin ally, h e says t o ge t rid of evil s l a nder of every kind Slander d ea ls with wh a t you s ay a bout a per s on You mu s t show spiritu a l g rowth a nd m a turity b y making sure tha t y ou a re not "running folk down", or scandalizing their name". You sometimes have to heed the words of that old Sunday School song, "Oh be careful little mouth what you s a y." Because you have eliminated something from your life you need to fill that void Peter recommends that you fill that space in your life with craving spiritual milk (vs. 2). By having this milk you will be able to grow up It is as that familiar com mercial says, "Milk, It does the body good When you crave for something you h a ve a strong desire to have it. As believers we must all have a strong desire for the milk of God's word His word is pure His word is healthy and it is able to heal the soul. Just as a newborn baby would die without milk so will a Chris tian without the Word of God The milk helps you to grow St. Mission,ln Baptist Churd1 7221 S. Slwrrill Slr('et Port Tampa, I lorida 33616 (813} 839-:}263 Build ing Oii .-\fir m r U!l/ldation H SUndav Sdlool -Sunday Momi!'a Worsbip 10:55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Stuay -6:30 P.M. FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH Of PROGRESS VILlAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office: (S13) 677 1948 Pastor' s Office: (813) 672 0389 Academy Office: (813) sn-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com + U OR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior. T eachlng Pastor AduiUChiklren Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A .M. 4:1!:1!fiii!lllft Sunday : 45A.M Adult & Youth/ ChHdren Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youthf Children 7::30 P M Adult A CamDIB For Falh Bible Institute "Growing The Chtreh. For Global Cllarge (Acts 1:8. Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes 1:8) a nd beco m e stro ng. As you g row a nd m ature G od i s a l so co n s tru c t i n g you m a kin g your lif e t a k e s h a pe. P e t e r as se rt s th a t "yo u a r e b e in g built int o a s pi r itu a l h o u se to b e a h o l y prie sthood ... (vs. s). God is building your life a s you live it As you live it y ou ma y not see it in its compl e t e d state but the arc hitect and builder does. God has a blueprint a plan, and a purpose for your life As you grow and mature in your faith some things .. will be taken away and other things will be added This process is all a part of the master plan to make you the person God has called you to be At times the project may look chaotic, messy dirty and unsafe, but you have to remember that the architect and builder have everything under control. God could have chosen any one But He chose you. You who make up the Body of Christ are a chosen people ... a people belonging to God (vs. 9). He chose you so that you will declare the praises of Him who called you out of dark ness into His wonderful light. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street. Tampa 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS Senior Pastor Early Worship-7 :50a. m Sunday School -9:45a. m Morning Worship 1 0 :50 a m For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service -6:30 p.m. Bible Study-7 :30 p.m. Visit our Website or us: www.fbcch org info@fbcch .org H e h e l ps yo u to g row a n d m ature so th a t H e ca n u se you t o s in g His pra i se a nd t o h e lp o th e r s to see th a t it i s po ss ibl e t o b e s ave d a nd c hanged G o d i s building your lif e s o th a t y ou ca n t ell oth e rs and lea d th e m to the light of God 's sal va tion You are c hosen by God; H e h a ndpicked a nd personally selected You must grow and m a ture to become the person God has called you to be. You will soon discover that a fter drinking the milk of God's word, you will conclude, Milk does the Soul good! l am the re5Urrection and life lhal beliE."veth in mer though be !'>hrllf live. And whoever lheth and in m{! shaH llP\'t'r dit> . -John 11 : ::ls NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Early Mmling Wcrship-7 :55A.M. Sunday Morning Wcrship-9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 10:55 A. M. Wed. Night-7 P M Dea John C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deaoons EW ROGRESS 'HURCH 3307 E. SHADOWLAWN AVENUE REV. E J WILLIAMS, SR., PASTOR REV. C. R BATCHELOR, ASST. PASTOR APOSTOI.IC CHURCH OF J F.SUS REV. SAM WASHINGTON. PASTOR SUN DAY, NOV. 8TH 11 :00 A.M. N!:W CHURCH FAMILY IN CHARGE SPEAKER: ELDER TONY PARKER (GOD BROTHER)

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Local Tie Breaker Determines 2009 Tech Bowl Contest Winners BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor More th a n 200 peopl e were on hand at the Brandon Campus of Hillsborough Community College for the 4th Annual Technology Bowl. The event took place on October 24th with 48 teens participating The competitors, who re presented both Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties answered questions pertain ing to computers and com puter technology. Through elimination, the remaining two teams in the finals were the team representing Raymond James Financial Group and the team representing Bright House Net as the finalists with equal scores. State Representative Betty Reed, Irene Guy, candidate for State Representative, District 47, and World Wrestling legend Jimmy Hart, officiated over the final round computer as the grand prize. John Beckwith, coach of the winning tea m and a n emplo yee of R ay mond J a mes Financia l was awarded the Tech Bowl" on behalf of the winning sponsor. The bowl will be inscribed with the company's name and placed on display at Raymond James for the next year. Ralph Smith, Executive Direotor of Computer Mentors Group said, "I'm really pleased that Raymond James Financial won the event, especially because the organization provides a num ber of coaches for other com panies' teams. Last year, they provided five coaches and this year, they provided three coaches. It was great to see them win." In the end the team representing Raymond James Financial walked away with the first place prize. The members of that team are: Other team sponsors represented in the competition included: Caspers Company (McDonald' s franchises), Connectwise, Hillsborough Community College Reach Out Program, Gibbs & Parnell PA Interface Network S y stems, Numara Software Nielsen Company, Triad Digital Media, and World Wrestling Entertainment. All participants were awarded technology prizes madfi! available by a $10,000 grant from the Hobbs Family Foundation. Celebrity moderators took part in the final round of the competition. Shown left to right are: Laura Rodriguez, Lina Rodriguez, and Edgar Uribe. Each of the teenagers was presented a new laptop World Wrestling legend, Jimmy Hart; Irene Guy, candidate for the Florida Representatives District 47; Coach John Beckwith, Lina Rodriguez, winning team member; Ralph Smith, founder of Computer Mentors; Edgar Uribe, winning team member; Laura Rodriguez, winning member; and State Rep. Betty Reed. PURCHASES THAT DISAPPEAR, AS IF THEY NEVER EXISTED. CHASE PICKS UP THE TAB;>M Chase could pay for your next qualifying debit card purchase. Enrollment is free. The sooner you sign up. the sooner Chase could pick up your tab. Visit a banker or Chase.com!TheTab for details. CHASE WHAT MATTERSSM CHASEO NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE OR BANK TRANSACTION WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. PROMOTION SUBJECT TO ALL FEDERAL. STATE AND lOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS. OPEN TO LEGAL U.S. RESIDENTS CURRENTLY RESIDING in AZ. CO. CA. CT. FL. GA. ID, IL IN, KY. LA. MI. NJ, NY. NV. OH, OK. OR. TX. UT. WA. WI and WV WHO ARE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER VOID WHERE PRO HI BITE D. Sweepstakes begins 12: 00:00 a m ET on 10/5/09 and ends 11 :59:59 p.m ET on 12/31/09 For information on how to opt in. obtain entries. entry limitations. how potential winners are determined. and nop!l'chase method of entry. as well as the rest of the Official Rules, please kxl on to: www.chase.com/The Tab. Maximum amount of each rrue is: $200. Maximum ARV foc aiiiJ'iZes combined is: $3,458,000. Odds of winning any one rrue depend on the number of eligible entries foc any fiveminute period SPONSOR: JPMorgan Chase Bank. NA. 1111 Polaris Parkway, Columbus. OH 43240. 0 2009 JPMil'gan Chase Bank, NA Member FDIC ., ::D c z m == aJ m ::D 1\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 ::D en m z --t z m r;aJ c: r rm ::j z "tJ c: aJ r-(i) ::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c l> z c ., ::D tJ

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c a: LL c z < c en w ::: 1-w > w c w :::t: en :J m ::: a. z ti .J .J ::: m I .J w z i=. z w en a: 0 .J LL m I co w CJ Open at 9itm i lhys a week 4 iO! E. Busch Blvd Suite I 03. "The Salon Where You Arrive Ordinary And Leave EXTRAORDINARY" <::>< Relaxers Sew-Ins Eyelashes Lace Front Wigs Waxing Braids & More Ucensed Stylists And Braiders Wanted HOURS Of OPERATION Monday By Appointment Only Tues. Thurs. 9 A.M. -7 P.M. Friday 9 A.M. -9 P.M. Saturday 9 A M.5 P.M. 1901 West Sligh Avenue Tampa, Fl 33604-5813 813-936-3470 Dust BY NY' ASIA TAYLOR School News Some of the Mt Pleasant Diamonds attended a field trip this week to the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center to see Newton s Revenge 2 and others attended the TRex Back To The Cretaceous performance at the IMAX Cinemas. Diamonds got the chance to learn about science and prehistoric animals. Track Practice The Mt Pleasant Diamonds have started practice for track. Students who wish to participate need to have a sports physical and school insurance. The first track meet will be held at Tampa Bay Tech on Thursday, November 12, at 6 p.m. ThankPTSO We would like to thank our parents for making the PTSO move forward. At the last PTSO meeting parents, teachers, and students dis cussed parent involvement, fundraising, and building stronger relationships. In addition, parents learn of alternative ways to complete mandatory volunteer hours. One way is by helping in the annual school fundraisers If you would like more information about becoming a member of the PTSO or completing parent volunteer hours, contact Mrs. D. Williams at e-mail: mpdwilliams@yahoo.com. We would like to thank the Diamond parents for doing such a good job in support ing our school. Please Help Another way to help sup port our school is by taking part in the Sweetbay Supports Schools Program If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Hamilton at (813) 253-0053. Black Diamond Awards T h e b allot fo r M t. Ple asa nt' s 3rd Annu a l Blac k Di amond Aw ard is n ow a vailable online a t www .mpmiddleschool.net. The Black Diamond Award honors African Americans in Hillsborough County who made outstanding contributions to the community in 2009. The winners will be recog nized on Saturday, February 6, 2010, at 6:oo p.m. at the Don Thompson Performing Arts Center on the campus of Howard W Blake Hi'gh School. Enrollment Mt. Pleasant S. B. Middle School is still accepting enrollment applications for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Please call the school at 813253-0053 for more information. We are not a private school, not a church school, and not an alternative school. We are a traditional public school. Tuition is free! Go Diamonds! Retirees Vacation In Hawaii Julius and Sandra {Harper) Davis enjoyed an awe inspiring vacation to Honolulu and Waikiki, which are located on the island of Oahu The couple flew from Tampa to Atlanta and flew 9 more hours to Honolulu They motored to W aikiki, where they met four other couples (relatives). They stayed at the Wyndham Vacation Resort at Waikiki Beach Walk. Sandra's cousins, J. c. and wife, Gainelle Harper, li v e in Fayetteville, NC were among those in the group. They all meet once a year at different locations to reconnect, fel lowship and have fun together; : In Hawaii, they attended a Ltiau at the Polynesian Culture Center. Here they had a canoe ride attended a canoe pageant of beautifully : de corated floats With dancers representing different islands; visited 8 authentic Polynesian visits and exhibits. They feasted on native delicacies while treat-Sandra and Julius Davis at Halona Lookout and Blow Hole where President Obama used to body surf. ed to an evening of tradition . al music, dance and the ritual of removing a well roasted pig from the pit, or "imu." The evening was topped off with premium seating at the "Grand Night Show" at the Pacific Theater. On another day, the group toured Pearl Harbor Historic Sites. They viewed a program on the bombing of Pearl Harbor and took a guided boat tour of the battleship Missouir. On another eve they set out <;)n a Sunset Dining Cruise on. the ship "Star of Honolulu, where they enjoyed a champagne toast, a three-star sunset dinner and exotic show of hula dance,rS: imd.island music. .. The .neXt tney took the Head on the scenic Honohllu sightseeing tour-up the coast. They stopped at Halona Look.out and Blow Hole, which is where President Barack Obama used to bo.dy surf and where the movie, "From Here To Eternity" was filmed; The group took the trolley to the State Capitol and other popu lar landmarks learning ab.out the culture and history. They also saw KapUolani Medicat'Center for Women and Children, which is where President Obama was born and saw the high was born and saw the high school graduated from, Pupabou The group also .shopped at str.'aw mar\
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Social November Birthday Celebrants The flower this month is the Chrysanthemum and the birthstone is the Topaz Happy birthday to the following: Christopher Livingston, Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Dwayne Clarke, Jackqui Jolly, Bobby Nappier, Debra Mathew, Master Carlos James Moore, Ronald Gene Walker, III (Concord, CA), Michael Lies, Kendra Louise Thompson (Ft. Valley State College), Jayla Livingston, Young Johnson, Jr., Darryle Henderson, Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Sevetta Clarke, Evony Tillman, Ronald Biggs (Winter Haven, FL), Brittany Fleming, Keith Peartree, Larry Roberts, Sha-Ron Curtis Anthony, Troy Thomas, Nelson Rivera, Jimmy A. Powell, James B. Hamilton, Jr., James D. Taylor, Leonard Metayer, Shannon Anthony, Rhonda L. Reeves, Emani Howard Hamilton, Deborah Taylor Reeves, Bill Murphy, Laura Lee Byrd, Gloria Gomez, Rhonda McMahon, Mike Miller, Sherry Schmidt, John Glenn, Robert (Bob) Smith, Mrs. Bessie Williams, Mrs. Daisy Ulmer and Stephanie livingSton. Special wishes are sent for a happy birthday extended to Mrs. Martha Kennedy, celebrating her special day on November 9, 2009. She really enjoys the Florida Sentinel. Mrs. Luella Collins is celebrating her natal day this month. She is a supporter of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. May the year be filled with many blessings for you and may the Lord bless you with many, many more birthdays. Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday greetings go out to: Bridget Lockhardt (11/2), Theodore "Ted" McNair (11/ 4), and Roosevelt "RJ" Moore (11/3) Anniversary Celebrants Happy anniversary to : Mr. and Mrs. James (Lanitra) Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Nester (Lashay) Cabrera. Mr. and Mrs. Kelby (Lynnette) Barrett will celebrate 3 years of wedded bliss on November 7, 2009. I U plifting Fur The Sick And Our prayers are e xt ended to everyone, n o t only to the sicj and shut-ins: Mrs. Lillie Mae Thomas, Sis. Bert Graham, Mrs. Clara Sheffield, Mrs. Willie Mae Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Virginia) Jackson, Mrs. Mary Hickman-Ford, Archia Mae Wright, Mrs. Cathy Kirsey, Charlotte Dukes, and an unspoken prayer for the Miles famil y Sympathy St Joseph Church famil y and Progress Village famil y and friends send condolences to the Sneed family regard ing the passing of their loved one, Mr. Mack Sneed, who was funeralized Saturday, October 31, 2009. He will be missed by the community. The Rev. Heyward, officiat ed. Belated Condolences Belated condolences are extended to Mrs. Aritha Scott and her family in the loss of her brother who was funerlized in Georgia From Pastor Samuel Maxwell and congregation of First Baptist Church Of Progress Village and Progress Village Community. May God bless each one of you! The Community Hour Of Power Prayer Band The 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 is welcome. 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 lml' ., :::D c Brothers 2 Keep Mini s try, P 0 Box 891 7 4 T ampa, FL, 336 89. Thought For Today I can a ccept f a ilure bu t I can t a c c ept not tryin g R e m embe r our ser v i ce m e n and wome n who put Z th e ir lives on th e lin e d aily. Scripture (Ephesians 5:19) Speaking to your s elv e s in p s alms and hymns and s piri tual s on gs, singing and mak ing melody in your heart to the Lord. F.Y. I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his famil y in our dail y prayer s as he tries to bring change for everyone Th e r e s a new help e r in th e m kit c h e n S hu-Lon 's Kit c h e n formerl y F a mil y Deli (81 3 ) m 741 -976 0 JJ C a ll your n e w s in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 6 77-6071. Be bles s ed! Yes We C an! America Thtsts 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237 .. 3741 OPEN 24 HOURS. (813) 237 .. 3743 we Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans IHMO -PPO -POSJ & Tile Common Cold School & Spons PhJSiCIIS Other Minor Illnesses oz. Hvdrogen water Peroxide 2/$9.00 3/ 2.00 Galien Dozen Milk Eggs 1$2.89 99C Tul 8 Pl. Paper Towels Nonhero Bathl'llm TISSIIII $5.00 9ROIIS $4.29 1a oz. Ink Jet cartridge laundrv Detergent 2/$6.00 'TI r-0 c :1> en m z ::::! z m r;m c: r r-!!I z c: m r-c;; :::E: m c m < m .... c: m en c :1> z c 'TI :::D 6

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0) 0 0 N (1:) Local a: w m :E w > 0 z Founder To P r e sent Interactive Talk Show Finale c a: LL e a: LL. c z <( c U) w :: 1-w > w c w :I: MOTOWN MAURICE BY IRIS B. HOLTON City Editor More than two years ago, a young man known as "Motown Maurice" created the idea of having an interactive talk show. After taking care of the details and establishing a group to make the event possible, everything was in place. Since he decided to have the show on Wednesday evenings, he decided to call it Wide aWoke Wednesdays. Since its inception, 26 shows th a t spar k ed conver sa tion t h o u g ht a n d int e racti on with pa n e l g u es t s h as t a k e n place H owever, o n Wedn e sday, N ovember llth, the fin a l Wid e aW ok e Wednes d ays show will be presented. It will take place at the University of South Florid a in the Alumni Center, Traditions Hall, beginning at 6:30p.m. Maurice has entitled the final show, Stomp The Yard Fest," and has invited All In The Family Mime Cuzins, the African Students Association Dance Squad, and M & K Dance Troop as his special guests. Although this series of shows has come to an end, Maurice said he and his team have already begun making plans for its succes sor. "It has been a long jour ney that has been successful in many ways. Currently my team and I are working on launching a successor to Wide aWoke Wednesdays. All In The Family Mime Cuzins i s a Christian Mime team con-U) ::J Si te Coordinator For East Tampa Weed And Seed Progr a m C. Responsible To Plan, Coordinate, Implement And AciivelyPartici Z pate To Grant Goals .Ideal Candidate Will Have P r qgram i= Management Experience, A BAJBS (Experience May Subsntute For Education) And Reside In The East Tampa Area C a ndidate ..J Must Pass A Full Background Check Including A Drug Screen And i .. 9riving Record; Have Dependable Transportation Alid :A Working _:,. .!
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Local Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororitv Pink Carpet ADair Mo r e t h a n 500 attended the "Pink Carpe t A ff air-A n Eve nin g o f S o phi s ti ca t e d P ea rlf ec ti o n o n O c t o b e r 10th CaSandra Washington co ndu c t e d the o p e nin g ce r e m o n y and Evelyn McFadden, presid ent o f the Gamma The t a Om ega Ch apte r o f Alpha K appa Alpha Soro rit y In c w e l co m e d th ose in attendance. (Article and Photos by Julia Jackson) Sisters Betoria Watson, left, and Birdie Underwood, right, with Jackie Boston. Dr. James 0. Brookins, left, with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony (Dr. Wilma) Smith. Sonya Jackson enjoyed the evening affair. Bonita Wright attended the Pink Carpet Affair. Invest in a sure thing Yourselfl Enroll at HCC and get a guaranteed return on your investment! Affordable classes flexible schedules Freshman and sophomore level courses that t r ansfer Technical courses to help put you right to work Five campuses across Hillsborough County Extensive number of online courses Financial aid is those .who qualify Register Now! Applications for spring admission must be received no later than December 14 for classes starting January 11 HILLSBOROUGH Community CollegeEI3 www.hccfl.edu HCC Is an equal access/equal opportunity employer. For more lnlormatlon go to www.hccft .edu. From left to right are sisters,.Marilyn and CaSandra Washington (co-chairlady), William Sheila Russ and Pamela Ravenel. ., :xJ 0 }< z 0 < m s:: tD m :xJ 1\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 :xJ g (/) m z :::! z m r-1 tD c: r rm :::! z "tJ c: tD r-u; ::1: m 0 m < m -t c: m (/) 0 )> z c ., :xJ

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Marsh Orthodontics Braces For Children & Adults Affordable Monthly Payments Quality Personal Care Family Discounts MARSH New Patients Welcome Complimentary Initial Examinations William F. Marsh, D.D.S., P.A. (813) 238-3384 ORTHODONTICS 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave. (ML K at 1-275 N.) Tampa, FL WVIW.marshsmiles.com !; :s offiw pc l1cy na; tr .e patient a n d any pe,son respons tle f>' payment ns a figl1! 1 c refuse to pay. c a nce l o r ro be retmbursed for payment fof any ather o r tr e atment whtch i s a.s a resu;t o f wf.hir. ?2 hours of re.s:pond ing tn the ... e rt;sment f e r the free. di:sC'.;unted-fee. o; ser,,;:cF:. or Sh C\\ Office Location: 812 \\'. D1. \ILK Bhd. Ste 101 Tampa. FL S7:!-89J9 Heel Pain Wound Care BilD.ions Corn & Callusc!l Sports Mfllicine NEW Mooi-Pedicure Available A Visual Guide To Mushrooms With th e ir stra nge s h a p es a nd d a rk d a mp g ro w in g envi r o nm e nts, mu s hrooms so m e tim es seem t o b e shro ud e d b y a veil of m ys t e ry. B eca u se t hey propaga t e through sp o r es inst ea d o f b y see ds, certa in varie ti es a r e h a rd t o g r o w comm e r c i ally a nd ca n only be for age d in th e wi1d. Thi s i s a j ob b e st l eft t o th e pr o f ess i o n als, ho we v e r as m a n y t y p e s of mushrooms a r e inedibl e and in s om e in s t a nces even p o i s onou s High in fiber and vitamins, mushrooms a r e also fatand c hol es t e rol-free. Th e y'r e popular around the world du e to their versatility as w ell as their me a t-like heft a nd texture Here ar e a f e w to choose from: Portobello Alternate Names: Portobello, field mushroom open cap mushroom. Characteri s tics : Common in Italian cooking dense, rich portobellos lend depth to sauces and pastas and mak e a great meat substitute Their large caps are perfect for marinating and grilljng Oyster Alternat e names : Tree oyster, angel's wings, pleurotte en hultre a balone mushroom, shime ji. Charact e ri s ti c s : They're whitish in color and fans hap e d a nd posse s s a d e licate odor and fla vor. Oyster mushrooms are found in many Japanese a nd Chine s e dishes such as soup s and stirfries. Hen Of The Wood Alternate name s : Maitake, sheepshead mushroom ram's head, kumotake. Characteristics : From afar, this mushroom can look like a head of cabbage Cultivated as well as found in the woods, they are often sold in clusters with thei r s oft feather y caps o v er lapping. This mu s hroom has an earthy aroma and a gam y flavor, and is native to both the Ilealthy Smile Healthy Body Healthier You! 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Fleshy and firm, they're described as having an apricot like scent Porcino (porcini. pl.) Alternate names: Cepe (cep), bolete, king bolete, borowik, Polish mushroom, Steinpilz, stensopp, penny bun. MORE INFORMATION OR TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT, CAll1.866.999.3'741 Characteristics: Slightly red dish-brown in color, porcinis are one of the most prized wild mushrooms, sought out for their smooth texture and aro matic, woodsy flavor. They re popular in Italy, as well as in France, where they're called cepes. Fresp porcinis aren't as easy to locate in the United States but dried ones are easi ly reconstituted by soaking in hot water

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, Health JJ Scientists Develop Model To Reduce Prostate Cancer In Black Men a < m est in c id e nce for prostate :S: DR. FOLAKEMI ODEDINA, Professor and Director of Research, FAMU School of Allied Health Sciences TALLAHASSEE Florida A&M University (FAMU) cancer researchers have conducted groundbreaking research by collecting data from more than 3,000 Black men in several cities in Florida to develop an Integrative Personal Model of Prostate Cancer Disparity (PIPCaD Model). This model is designed to determine what factors play a role in the prevalence of prostate cancer among Black men The PIPCaD study, one of the most comprehensive to date, is funded by the United States Army Department of Defense. According to Folakemi Odedina, Ph.D., Professor and Director of Research, FAMU School of Allied Health Sciences, some scientists say prostate screeni n gs are effect ive while other say they are not. In the State of Florida, how ever, Black men experience th e same dispari ties. The groups of FAMU scientists have planned t o release a guide to the Black community in November, which will effectively address prostate cancer disparities. The guide will address: What behavioral factors influence the decision of Black men relative to prostate cancer prevention and detec tion? How do Black men's cultural beliefs and values impact their prostate cancer prevention and detection behavior? Are there any differences among Black men relative to prostate cancer prevention and detection? In the study, the researchers found that prostate cancer prevention and screening behaviors by participants were affected by the following health and cul tural beliefs: Knowledge of prostate cancer risk factors, prevention and early detection; Beliefs about the ease or difficulty of performing prostate cancer prevention and screening behaviors ; Strategies to inform about and activate prostate ca n cer risk reduction and early detection actions such as: (a) participation in a health forum; (b) reading about prosta t e ca nc e r ; (c) doctor recommendation; and (d) knowing somebody diagnosed with prostate cancer; Belief that death i s bound t o happen when diagnosed with prostate ca ncer. Men who had thi s belief were less lik e l y t o t a k e ac tion s towards prostate cancer prevention a nd early detection; cancer and the hig hest OJ prostate ca n cer mortality rate of any U.S. ethnic /racial 51' group. "' According to the o 0 American Cancer Society, Individual' s perception of time as being in the past, pre sent or future. 27,130 new prostate cancer cases and 3,690 prost a t e can-cer deaths will be r eporte d among Black m e n in 2009. Black m e n hav e th e high-Hand Sanitizers: What You Don't Know We all know that having clea n hands is one way to prevent seasonal cold and flu viruses, including H1N1 swine flu. But should you wash with soap and water, or coat your hands with disinfecting gel from one of those dispensers that seem to be appearing in more and more restrooms, offices, hallways and stores? The waterless gels and foams have also been found to be effective in preventing the spread of viral and bacterial-based diseases like seasonal colds and flus. But the hand sanitizers must contain 60 per cent or more alcohol, according to the FDA. Skim past the kills 99 .9% of bacteria" claim on the package and instead be certain that the active ingredient listed is either ethanol or iso propanol, at a percentage over 60. They also must be used correctly. Make sure hands are free of visible grime and di1t and then apply a palm-full of product and rub vigorously for 20 to 30 seconds, making sure to distribute the sanitizer between your fingers, under your nails and jewelry on your wrists and on the backs of each hand. Never rinse your hands with water or wipe them with a towel after using a hand sanitizer this will counteract the effect of the product. While the high alcohol content of hand sani tizers can kill bacteria, it doesn't necessarily clean your hands. That is, it does not cut thor ough grime like dirt, blood, feces or other bodily fluids. Therefore, soap and water must be the first choice in restrooms. It is also essential in the kitchen as alcohol doesn't kill the food borne bacteria E. Coli as well as soap and water does. The best way to wash your hands with soap and water is to rub hands vigorously for at least 20 seconds, scrubbing front and backs of hands, wrists and between fingers and under finger nails, according to the Mayo Clinic. Rinse well, dry hands with a clean or disposable towel or air dryer and, if possible, use your towel to turn off the faucet. r-0 JJ 0 l> en m z :::! z m r-1 OJ c: r rm :::! z "'C c: OJ c en :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< c: m en 0 l> z 0 :!! 0 Tampa General Hospital is proud to be recognized with the 2009/2010 Consumer Choice For the fourth consecutive year, TGH has been distinguished as the overall leader for image and quality health care in Tampa Bay. We'd like to thank our dedicated team of healthcare professionals who serve our community and make this honor possible. To learn more about our services, visit tgh.org. Tampa General Hospital Trusted for our expertise. 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0') 0 0 N cD a: w CD w > 0 z p L c a: u. Congratulations, Graduates Congratul a tions to Luster All T raining Center of Hop e' s third Class of 2009 wh o graduated on Friday, October 16, 2009: Nursing Assistant Program: Chanice Abrams, Bernadette Barrington, Alicia Bradley, DeniGtra Calloway, Toni Calloway, Sandra Carter, Somer Carter, Brandy Catalano, Jenassa Chapel, Vanmia > Clayton, Maria Cuncan, Whsylene Eli, Carsha it: Flowers, LaToya Forte', LL Isa Haggins, C Christopher Harris, Shayolanda Haygood, and Fiera Henderson. c Other graduates were: (J) Juanita Johnson, Marlene Johnson, Curt t-Jones, Melissa Jones, ft James Knight, Stephanie W Lawrence, Angel > w Matthews, Destiny C Maxwell, Caress McGhee, Crystal (J) _Mendez, Crystal :::i Mitchell, Samantha CD :::l Mitchell, Varesha Perry, Q. Megan Rodriguez, Ruby Z Rodriguez, Tess Smith, tij Tasheka Shaw, Belinda j Snell, Kennita Stephen, :::l Kisha Thomas, Tyheisha Willingham, Keith w White, White, Z Brittany Wright and Linda Young. W Members of the Home (J) Health Aide Class were: Jacquelyn Baker, ii: Nataline Baker, Patricia g Baker, Shakenna Baker, LL Charonda Clayton, Latorsha Hampton, Deborah Mothersill, Miesha Sanders and Aritita Suarez. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for It self' Happy Birthday To You! ELDER JAMES E. WILLIAMS, III Happy Birthday wishes are extended to Elder James E. Williams, III, of Tampa (Nov. nth), Artis Dukes, Sr., and Sharon Moore of Lakeland (Nov 12th) as they celebrate another year of life! Belated birthday wishes are extended to Lakeland gentlemen Larry Johnson (Nov. 1st) and Elton Pelt (Nov. 4th). May the Lord bless each of you with many more days of your lives! Polk County School News Students who attend Polk County Schools will receive their first report card for the 2009-2010 school year on Tuesday, November 10th. Teachers and students will have a Thanksgiving holida y break during the week of November 23rd-27th. Shaw-Nuf Shout Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout Out goes out Brenda Joyce Patterson, of Lakeland, who was recently featured in The Ledger's Monday Profile on November 1st. Wife, mother, Fine Arts Librarian (Lakeland Public Library), Poet ... who lets herself go, without reservation, during moments of amusement . Keep on losing yourself in laughter, Brenda ... I believe it's an important ingredient for happiness and good health! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NtifTalk 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 ne w s etc. wi t h the readership o f The Florida Se ntinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail t o: shawuuftalk@y a hoo.com or calling (863) 513-843 7 Housing Authoritv's Resident Advisorv Association Hosts Candidates Forum An Open Forum was hosted b y the Lakeland Housing Authority's Resident Ad visory Association, Inc. ( LHARAA ) on Wednesday October 21 2009. The ho s tsite of this event was the Lake Ridge Community Center in Lakeland Nita McGee, LHARAA Treasurer rendered the opening remarks and wel come Larry Mitchell of New Life Outreach Ministry, Inc. gave the Invocation The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Pierre CaliXte, LHARAA Parliamentarian. Sam Simmons, President Of the Webster Park Neighborhood Association served as Moderator of the forum. Participating candidates: Gow Fields, Elliot Dorsch, Jim Verplanck, Rusty Boedicker, Howard Wiggs, Clarence Grier Sr., Ricky Shirah, Phillip Walker, Michael Dunn and Donald Selvedge gave opening statements. After w h ich, the Moderator directed ques tions to the candidates The questions were submitted by members of the audience. After the closing statements by the candidates, Lena Young-Green, LHARAA Consultant thanked the candidates and the audience for their participation. (Photos by Shaw-Nut') Barbara Gibson, Greeter is shown with Nita McGee, LHARAA Board Member. Earl Haynes, LHA Resident Services Director and Lakeland business owner, Attorney Kenneth Glover attended the forum. Sam Simmons served as fonun Moderator. Mayoral candidate Gow FieldS chats with Nita McGee and Lena Young-Green, LHARAA Consultant. Supporters of Phillip Walker, candidate for Northwest-District A City Commi ,ssioner, are shown in this photograph.

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For \'our Information Prior Proper Planning (Part 1) "Planning is bringing the future into the present so you can do something about It now." Alan Lakein Empowered greetings to all. In the next few columns, I will endeavor to empower you, to empower yourself and empower others to look into the future and do some prior, proper planning To get ahead, you must think ahead Prior to getting Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to reality-based subjects! Dear Deanna! I m close to an emotional breakdown My boyfriend is causing me so much stress that I can t eat, sleep or do anything. I have lost so much weight. He comes in late, criti cizes everything I do and he smokes inside the house I think he's also cheating too. I stay because he takes care of me but there's no love I'm at the point where I feel he views me as his personal maid Tbe verbal abuse is too much but 1 -can't seem to break away. What should I do? Dear Jasm ine: Jasmine Chicago, IL You're in the middle of a where you want to go in any area of your life you must prepare and put a s t rategic plan in p l ace You need to _have a plan for your day, week, month and year I once read a statement by an unknown author that says, "In the absence of clearly defined goals, we become strangely loyal to performing daily acts of trivia. If you don't want to live a tr i vial life, you need to have a plan You need to have a plan for your future You need to have a serious time bomb that' s going to explode and you'll be the one hurt. Th i s is a rela tionship of convenience and your man gets all the benef its and you get nothing but st r ess. If you're seeking a future heart attack nervous breakdown and severe weight loss then s tay for the ride. If you' re interested in good health, peace and respect then raise your standards, love yourself, find a new love and keep it mov ing. Dear Deanna! My daughter has left for col lege and made a mess out of her life I took the time to help with student loans and schol arships and she has flunked out of the first selllester. I learned that she never went to class and her school sup plies haven't been touched. To make matters worse she's now back at home pregnant and unemployed. I dori't h'ave Book Review: 'Smart Money Moves For African Americans' Kelvin Boston, a former financial planner for IDS/American Express and author -of "Smart Money Moves For African Americans", has helped thousands of people put their financial lives in step no mat ter the amount of debt or little income. This 200 plus pagd read i s based on his seven smart money moves anyone can use to increase financial security and knowledge of investments With 11 chapters, the book has a clean layout and flows smooth l y Each chapter starts with a bible verse that reminds us that financial literacy is nothing new, and sbould be a part of a well rounded Christia , education Chapter one is entitled from plan for a successful marriage for s u ccessful ing for a successf u l education a track, f o r a s u ccessful busi ness f or successful family relationships and extended relationsh ips. You need to plan for a suc cessful m l nistry and career You need to have a plan to build a long and successful life Keep in mind that whenever you are attempti ng to build anything, (a grass root organization a political cam paign a social/civic group, etc ) it's just like building a house; you need to have a plan! For now plan to join me next week for part 2, as I will provide you with strategies to plan your life and l i ve your plan time for this and I m tired of dealing with her drama. I know this is my daughter but what can I do to help without disrupting my life? Glenda Birmingham AL Dear Glenda: Your daughter's bad life and mistakes are a reflection of your poor parent ing skills If you don t have time for your daughter now, you probably didn't have time when she was growing up and now she doesn't know if she's going or coming You need to make time now because if you don't you'll be stuck with her longer than you th i nk. Help her restore her options in life and encourage her to go back to school, get a job and find the baby's father so she'll have help Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M Write Ask Deanna! Email : askdeanna1 @yahoo:com or write: Deanna M 264 S La Cienega Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 9.0211. 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c 0::: LL. c z c( c CJ) w :::') .... w [ij c w :::1: CJ) :::; m :::') D.. z i= w ...I ...I :::') m NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Under an Order of Jud i cial Sale entered i n the Uni ted States of Amer ica vs. KENNETH D. GUTHERY, MARLENE S GUTHERY, WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION ROBERTS. HOBBS as Trustee of an unknown trust FBNR INCORPORATED and DOUG BELDON Tax Collector, the United States will offer t o sell at public auct ion. Data: 1213/09 Time : 1 :00 pm Sale Location: 5302 Puritan Road, Tampa Florida 33617 Title Offered: A Fee Simple Title is offered Any rights. t i tle liens claims or i nter ests in the [property) of the United States and all other parties in thi s action are discharged upon confirmati _on of the sale Description of Property: 5302 Puritan Road Tampa Florida 33617 PIN : U-27 -28-19 ZZZ-000001-37660 0 1 ,667 Sq Ft S i ngle Family Residence 2BD 1BA Lot size : 189,921 Sq Ft Built in 1956 legal description is as follows : a From the Northwest comer of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 28 South Range 19 East H illsborough County, Florida, run thence South 475 feet, thence East 1299 feet to the Point of Beginning ; con t inue thence East 100 feet: thence North to the River, thence Westerly along the river to a point North of the Point of Beginn ing, thence South to the Point of Beginning ; and b Beginning at a point 4 75 feet South and 1199 feet east of the Northwest comer of the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 27, Township 28 South Range 19 thence East 100 feet, t hence North to the waters of Hillsborough River thence meander Southwesterly along the waters edge to a point due North of the Poi n t of Beginning ; thence due South to the Point of Beginn ing. Property may be Inspected at: Open House on 12/2/09 from 1 : 00 pm to 3 :00pm Minimum Bid: $360,000.00 The Terms of Payment : When the h igh bid i s accepted the h i ghest bidder must deposit 20% of the purchase price with the Property Appra i sal & Liquidation Specialist conducting the sale Before being perm i tted to bid at the sale bidders shall display to the IRS proof that they are able to comply with this requirement. No bids will be received from any such person(s) who have not presented proof that, if they are the successful b i dder(s) they can make the deposit required by this order of sal e The balance of the purchase price for the respective property shall be tendered to the IRS PALS by the successful b i dder w i thin 30 days following the date of sale in the form of a certified check made payable to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida except that Robert S Hobbs, Trustee ("Hobbs ) in the event he is the successful b i dder, must tender cash payment or certified funds to satisfy all senior liens and may tender the remaining portion of his payment as a credit bid, i.e., in the form of a reduction of the debt he is owed Hobbs is not subject to the deposit requirement set forth abovE?. In the event that the purchaser fails to fulfill these requirements the deposit shall be and applied to the expenses of sale, and the real property shall be re-offered for sale. Hobbs shall be entitled to a credit bid in the ...I maximum amount of one hundred thousand and no dollars ($100 000 00) after W payment, in cash or cert i fied funds to satisfy the reasonable expenses of sale, all real property taxes due and owing, and' the Wachovia mortgage z w CJ) c( c 0::: 0 ...1 LL. m I CIO ..... w C) Form of Payment: All payment must be by cash, certified cashier's or treasurer's check drawn on any bank or trust company incOrpor ated under the laws of the United States. Payment may also be made by any Uni ted States Postal bank express or telegraph money order. Make check or money order payable to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida The United States may bid as a credit against its judgment without tender o f cash Absent the purchaser's default, the sale shall be sub j ect t o confirmation by the Court On confirmation of the sale the Internal Revenue Serv ice shall execute and deliver a Deed convey ing the property to the successful purchaser. The government reserves the right to reject any and all b ids and to withdraw the property from sale Pursuant to 28 U S C Section 2001, tl;le sale is ordered and made without right of redemption The property i s offered for sale where is and as is" and without recourse aga i nst the United States. The United States makes no guarantee of cond i tion of the property or its fitness for any purpose. The United States will not consider any ctalm for allowance or adjustment or for the rescission of the sale based on failure of the property to comply with any expressed or implied representation Important Information This Is not an. advertisement of a sale of seized property This is an i nformation notice only regarding a sale being conducted by the I nternal Revenue Service as a result of the foreclosure of an Internal Revenue Serv i ce Federal Tax Lien by the Department of Justice If you want additional Information about the property and proposed sale please contact the office at the address below Internal Revenue Service Fidel Atencio PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave, MS 5117MES MeN,AZ85204 480-503-7212 ftdel n.atenclo4lira.gov 10130,11/8, 11/13,11120/09 CNS-17234411 ifieds NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Under an Order of Judicial Sale entered i n the United States of America vs KENNETH D GUTHERY, MARLENE S GUTHERY, WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION, ROBERTS. HOBBS, as Trustee of an unknown trust, FBNR, INCORPORATED, and DOUG BELDON, Tax Collector the United States w ill offer to sell at public auction Date: 12/3/09 Time: 2 : 00 pm Sale Location: 5302 Puritan Road, Tampa, Florida 33617 Title Offered: A Fee Simple Title is offered Any rights title, liens, claims or interests in the [property] of the United States and all other parties in th i s action are discharged upon confirmation of the sale Description of Property: 4205 East Busch Boulevard, Tampa, Flor ida 33617. 3,150 Sq Ft 2-Story Commercial building on 4 acres zoned CG legal description is as follows : Lots 7 and 8 Block 2 revised map of Druid Hills, as recorded i n Plat Book 25, Page 33 of the Public Records of Hillsborough County, Flor i da ; LESS a port i on of Lot 8 described as follows : Begin at the Northwest corner of said Lot 8 ; thence southeasterly along the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8 a distance of 87 06 feet to the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8, then southwesterly along the easterly boundary of said Lot 8 a distance of 116 07 feet to the Southeasterly corner of said Lot 8 ; then on an arc to the right along the Southerly boundary of sa i d Lot 8 a cho r d distance of 55.0 feet ; thence Northeasterly a distance of 110.45 feet to the point of beginning (Less that portion of above descr i bed property taken for road right-of-way for Temple Terrace Highway ) (State Road No 580) Property may be inspected at: Open House on 12/2/09 from 9 : 00 am to 11: 00 am Minimum Bid: $360,000 00 The Terms of Payment: When the high b i d i s accepted, the highest bidder must deposit 20% of the purchase price with the Property Appraisal & Liquidation Specialist conducting the sale Before being permitted to bid at the sale, b i dders shall display to the IRS proof that they are able to comply with this requirement. No bids will be received from any such person(s) who have not presented proof that if they are the successful bidder(s), they can make the deposit required by this order of sale. The balance of the purchase pri ce for the respect i ve property shall be tendered to the IRS PALS by the successful bidder within 30 days following the date of sale in the form of a certified check made payable to the United States District Court for the M iddle District of Florida, except that Robert S. Hobbs, Trustee ( Hobbs") in the event he is the successful bidder, must tender cash payment or certified funds to sat i sfy all senior liens and may tender the remaining portion of his payment as a credit bid i.e., in the form of a reduction of the debt he is owed. Hobbs is not subject to the deposit requirement set forth above In the event that the purchaser fails to fulfill these requirements, the deposi t shall be forfeited and applied to the expenses of sale, and the real property shall be re-offered for sale Hobbs shall be entitled to a credit bid in the maximum amount of one hundred thousand and no dollars ($100,000.00) after payment in cash or certified funds, to sat i sfy the reasonable expenses of sale, all real property taxes due and owing, and the Wachovia Form of Payment: All payment must be by cash, certified, cashier's or treasurer's check drawn on any bank or trust company incorporated under the laws of the United States. Payment may also be made by any United States Postal, bank, express or telegraph money order. Make check or money order payable to the United States D i str i ct Court for the Middle District of Flor i da The United States may' bid as a credit against its j udgment without tender of cash Absent the purchaser's default the sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court On confirmat i on of the sale the Internal Revenue Service shall execute and deliver a Deed conveying the property to the successful purchaser. The government reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to withdraw the property from sale Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section 2001, the sale is ordered and made without right of redemption The property is offered for sale ''where is" and "as is and without recourse against the United States. The United States makes no guarantee of condition of the property, or its fitness for any purpose. The United States will not consider any claim for allowance or adjustment or for the rescission of the sale based on failure of the property to comply with any expressed or implied representation Important Information This is not an advertisement of a sale of seized property. This is an information notice only regarding a sale being conducted by the Internal Revenue Service as a result of the foreclosure of an Internal Revenue Service Federal Tax Lien by the Department of Justice. If you want additional information about the property and proposed sale, please contact the office at the address below Internal Revenue Service Fidel Atencio, PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave, MS 6117MES Mesa AZ 86204 480-603-7292 fldel.n.atenclo@lrs.gov 11/8, 11/10,11/17,11/24109 CNS 17317271 INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 11/19/09 LASER PRINTING & MAILING OF UTILITY BILLS AND BUSINESS TAX NOTICES (RE-BID) PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM ON 11/9/09 AT CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 2ND FL., 306 EAST JACKSON ST, TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274 8351) It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 11/6/09 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 i Licensed Insurance Agent (CSR F Desired Please Call (813) 310-8608 For Details Family Childcare Home Is Seeking An On Call Substitute Teacher Must Have Credentials And Love Children Call Naomi (813) 932-0696 'Foil Us On Twltter.com/FLSENTINEL'B

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REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1 1 19 Special Acts Laws of Florida, sealed Requests for Qualifications will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in h i s office until : 5 :00PM ON 11/17/09 YARD WASTE RECYCLING SERVICES then and thereafter to be pub licly opened and read Requests for Qualifications are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No 813/274-8351) It i s hereby made a part of this Request for Qualifications that the submission of any response to this advertised request shall constitute a B i d made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effect ive per iod as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated : 11/6/09 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 Hiring 1 ,OOO's Immediately Need Money Now? Job s Available For Ages16 & Up No Experience Required Felons Welcome Monday Nov. 9, 16, & 23, 2009 @ Downtown Library 12:00 p.m. (813) 965-7991 INVITATION TO BID The Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Autho r ity (THEA) hereby issues Public Not i ce of its intention to receive sealed bids at its Administrative Offices located at 1104 East Twiggs Street Tampa, Florida 33602 for erecting toll gantries and performing associated roadway reconstruction and resurfacing so that Open Road Tolling (ORT) equipment can be installed system-wide Once the new toll equipment is in operation the contractor will demolish the existing toll plazas and complete roadway reconstruction and resurfacing Bidders must be prequalified by the Florida Department of Transportation (FOOT) in roadway (flexible pavement drainage, grading, and guardrail), signage, i ncluding overhead sign structures electrical, and ITS fiber optic cable installation and splicing Sealed bids from prequalified contractors for the system-wide conversion to ORT equipment are invited for the following : BID # 55.40 02-09 The Invitation to Bid will be posted on THEA's website www.tampa-xway.com after 9 :00 a m. Thursday, November 5, 2009. Scope of Services, details and specifications will be included in the Bid package This project is subject to THEA's Small Business Enterprise (SBE) policy which strongly encourages the solicitation and utilization of SBE firms requires nondiscrimination on the basis of race color, sex and national origin in its employment and contracting practices BID DUE DATE : 3:00P.M THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10,2009. THEA reserves the right to reject any and all bids, to waive irregularities, if any and to accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Authority is determined to be in its best interest. Dated at Tampa Florida this 5th day of November 2009 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM End Zone Barber & Unisex Shop Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylist And Barbers Brayon Jones (Owner) Call (813) 523-2660 Or (813) 654-3808 BrandonNalrlco Quick Closing For Cash Waterfront Condo Gorgeous Views 1 Bedroom/1 Yz Bath Beautiful Spacious WID, Gated, Gulf Access Boat Slip Available Lots Of Amenities Close To Everything $75,900.00 $20,000 00/Down Owner Will Finance (813) 968;.1168 Owner Financing Lake Front Complex LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS EMPLOYMENT HOMES FOR SALE/RENT 2 Possible 3 Bedrooms 1Yz Bath, CHA 1 Car (3arage Screened Lanai Quiet Culdesac Swimming And APARTMENTS ................ DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Recreation Center $165 000.00 $50,000 Down (813) 968-1168 Licensed Stylist Needed For Busy Hair Salon No Clientele Necessary But Profess i onalism Is Mandatory Position Available Immediately Call (813) 857-9050 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTING CLERK II $26,332 ADULT DAY CARE AIDE $18 096 ELECTRICIAN II (NONSTANDARD HOURS) $30,659 HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START EDUCATION MANAGER $40 768 HEAD START SERVICES SPECIALIST (INFANT/ TODDLER SPECIALIST) (NON-STANDARD HOURS) $35,838 MANAGER(EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT) $40 768 PERSONAL COMPUTER SPECIALIST RECREATIONAL THERAPIST $31,512 $31,512 SENIOR ENGINEERING SPECIALIST $57,116 SENIOR SUPERVISOR (WHARFINGER/PORT GPERA TIONS) $40 ,081 VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER (LIMITED DURATION) $31,512 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & elig i ble spouses of vets AA/EEO Employer THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERnSEMENT CONTACT LA VORA @ (813) 248 1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR LEGAL OR CLASSIFIED ADVERnSEMENT 5 Bedrooms/4 Baths Bank Foreclosure! $34 900! 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