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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tan1pa Bay Area .,.,.._--..__ --::n ) rea era SEE STORIES ON PAGE 4-A ABE BROWN MINISTRIES HOLDS 26TH ANNUAL CELEBRATION BANQUET Abe Brown Ministries, Inc. held its 26th Annual Celebration Banquet on Thursday evening, November 5, 2009. The event was held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Downtown. This year's theme was "Celebrating 33 Years Of Ministry," Catch The Vision ... Break the Cycle! The guest speaker was Walter A. McNeil, Secretary, Florida Department of Corrections. From left to right at the event, Ms. Ouida Brown, Robert Blount, guest speaker Walter A. McNeil, Reverend and Mrs. Abraham (Aitamese) Brown and Mrs. Liz Merchant. (Photograph by George Streets) Judge Confinnad To Federal Bench SEE PAGE 3-A SisterS To Serve Holiday Dinners . SEE PAGE 8-A Dean Of USF School Of Pharmacy Chosen SEE PAGE 2-A Man Gats 30 Yrs. In Wife's Death SEE PAGE 3-A

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en Features M' T"" a: w CD ::E w Governor Appoints USF Educator To Teachers Board > 0 z >" <( c a: LL. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this week, Govern_or Charlie Crist named 8 residents to serve on the Florida Fund Minority Teachers, Inc. Board of Directofs. One of those appointed is a Tampa educa tor. Dr. Samuel L. Wright Sr., will succeed Laine Powell. He is currently employed at the University of South Florida. A native of Boynton Beach, Dr. Wright has resided in Tampa since 1985. Currently serving as the Student Ombudsman at the University of South Florida, Dr. Wright also serves as an Adjunct Professor in Africana Studies at the university He has worked at USF for nearly 20 years. C "I am ecstatic at having a: u_. c z w c w -o :I: U) :::i CD :J ll. z j::: w -I -I :J CD ...:. w z j::: z w U)
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Features Judge Confirmed To Serve on Federal Bench JUDGE CHARLENE HONEYWELL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In June, President Barack Obama nominated Hillsborough County Judge Charlene Edwards Honeywell and Judge Jeffrey Viken, Federal Public Defender for North and South Dakota to serve as Federal District Judges. The nominations required confir mation from the U. S. Senate before they became official. On. Monday, Judge Honeywell watched the pro ceedings as the Senate voted. She had been told that the Senators might vote on her confirmation during the month of November. "I was notified on Monday, just before the Senate began discussing the confirmations and told that they were going to be considering my nomina tipn. I picked up imy and returned my office because I to watch it on .Judge Honey\vei'I ) said. r She watched in anticipation as the vote was taken. In the final analysis, Judge Honeywell was confirmed by a vote of 88-o. "As I watched the vote by the Senate, I felt blessed, hon ored, and humbled to be given the opportunity for greater public seivice." The next phase of the confirmation is for President Obama to sign the Commission and the swearing in ceremony. After that takes place, Judge Honeywell will begin the lifetime appointment as one of three African American women in the state serving on the feder al level. Judge Honeywell will join Judge Mary Scriven in the U. S. Middle District of Florida. Another African American woman serves in the Southern District. Judge Honeywell graduated cum laude from Howard University in 1979. She continued her education at the University of Florida, College of Law and graduated in 1981. She accepted a position as Assistant Public Defender in Tallahassee and served in that capacity for three years before moving to Tampa. Her next move was to the Hillsborough County Public Defender's Office. Two years later, Judge Honeywell accepted a posi tion as Assistant City Attorney before entering private practice. She began her first ship in 1994, serving as a Cqunty Court Judge for the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in Florida. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and is a graduate of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Leadership Tampa Program. Judge Honeywell is married to Tampa Police Major Gerald Honeywell and they.are the parents of two teenagers. She enjoys reading novels and traveling when time allows. The family worships at a local church. Judge Honeywell said she will most likely be assigned to fill the vacancy in Fort Myers. "TI :!:! c Man Sentenced To 30 Years In Wile's Murder z 0 < m :: m m :D BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, a jury convicted a Tampa man of manslaughter in the death of his wife. On Tuesday, a judge sentenced him to a maximum of 30 years .- Assistant Attorney Kyle said Deon. Grif:Q.p., .3s,-apologized for eter)ithing, but his apology didn't move the vic tim's family or Hillsborough County Circuit Judge Anthony Black. Attorney Pennington said, "I have never heard a family who spoke so well, as they communicated their well-thought out comments to the court. They did an out standing job of putting their feelings into the entire breathe of the damage done to this family." On April 29th, Ms. Paula Williams Carter reported her daughter, Ms. Chanet Williams Griffin, missing. Ms. Carter told police she had last spoken with her daughter 'on April 26th, as --DEON GRIFFIN ... Sentenced To 30 Years Ms. Griffin was going to work. She worked for the Department of Children and Families in Polk County. Police also learned that Ms. Griffin had also failed to report to work on April 28th, and April 29th The 2003 Toyota Corolla Ms. Griffin drove had been recovered by Tampa Police on Nebraska Avenue on April 28th. Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies went to the apartment of the 26-year-old woman and discovered her in a vacant apartment next door to her own apartment. Ms. Griffin had been stabbed MS. CHANET GRIFFIN ... Murdered In 2008 several times. At the time the body was discovered, police were unable to locate her husband, Deon Griffin. On the after noon of May 1st, Griffin was found at the Salvation Army ...... N 0 0 CD in downtown Tampa. He was arrested and charged with 2nd degree murder, grand theft auto; and dealing in f! stolen property 0 Griffin's trial lasted less :D than a week and he was con-victed of manslaughter with a en weapon on October 7th. Attorney Pennington :::! said that-Ms. Griffin was an Z only child, and didn't have any children. . m !,ducafional S Di b enunars: a -c:: r r m :::! z ""C c:: m !: CJ) :I: m c m < m -4 c:: m CJ) Soul.Food N Foot utrltion n:, e l'CJgbt 1\1. c ?( Bring The Kids!!! 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Local 0 N C") """ a: w CD :E w > 0 z carver Citv Communitv Shaken Bv Senseless Murder FamilY Of Murder Victim 'Just Want Him To Be Alive' > At 8:33 p.m., Tampa Police were called to the Carver City area on a report of a shoota: u. ing. c a: LL 0 z < c en w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w :J: en :::i CD ::: Q. z ti ...J ...J ::: CD ..:. w Z !z w .en < c 0 ...J LL .it'.; ,. According to reports Marc Strode, 20, was sitting at an outdoor table with friends playing cards in front of a residence in the 4300 block of Arch Street Police said a vehicle drove up and two Black males got out armed with handguns. One of the suspects reported ly fired a shot in the air and everyone ran trying to escape. Strode was shot at several times and struck once in the back. He collapsed on the corner of Arch and Hubert Street and was taken to a local hospital and taken to MARC STRODE surgery in critical condition. At 11 p.m. Strode was pronounced dead. The suspects in that shooting are described as three Black males in their 20s, with Cordially YouTo CAMPAIGN KICKO.FF Thursday, 2009 5:30 P.l\'1.-7:30fPJvl. .. ,.:;:j:-::::t,: : MartiMaceo (The Cuban Hall Patio J;; 1226 E. 7th Avenue ,_ ..... __ Florida 33675 . . l [ l t . : Contributions Greatly Appreciated (Maximum Contribution $500) Anv Questions, Please Call813-'635-9l87 . . Politii:al puid For And Approved By Betty Reed Florida Slate District 59 'Voice {Jj(Jur Comi#Utzity Speakingfor Itself' . . "" . I .. . ... . . . .. ...... 813) 248-1921' twa. of the passengers in the suspect vehicle armed with handguns. The suspect vehi cle is described a s a dark col ored vehicle with a loud muf fler. Friends of Strode were gathered at the scene of the shooting, and said it was senseless and unc' a Ued for. r They also said Strode was a good kid and never caused anyone in the area problems. Strode's friends were visi bly upset about the shooting, and said they hope police catch the shooters quickly. Some who were at the scene at the time of the shooting said everything happened so quickly, and they only had time to run for their lives, never getting a good look at the shooters Strode's family members weren't prepared to talk to the media at this time, and requested they be left alone and given time to grieve their loss Tampa Police Homicide Detectives are investigating the shooting. In separate incidents Wednesday night, two men were murdered in shootings At 8 :o8 p.m., Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputie s reported that Anthony Prather, 25, pulled into the Citgo Station at Fletcher and 22nd Street. Deputies said an unknown man walked up and got into Prather's vehicle. Shots were fired inside the vehicle; and the suspect got out and fled the scene. Prather g'6t tiilfof his vehi cle and made his way to the front of the station where he collapsed. I:Ie was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead. The suspect in that shooting is described as a Hispanic or light-skinned Black male wearing a white shirt and black pants. Deputies and detectives are still investigating the incident, and have no additional infor mation at this time. Prather's mother, Bridgette Diaz, said her son was on the phone talking to his sister a couple of minutes before he was shot. ANTHONY PRATHER "Right now, we're searching for answers, and we just want him to be alive." "We want to know why he wasn't taken to a hospital clos er to where he was shot." Mrs. Diaz said Anthony has two siblings, and left his native Marion, Indiana with his family as an infant. "He texted me to wish me a happy birthday Monday. "Anthony enjoyed video games and hanging out with his friends. He was also quite an athlete and was an all-star on his high school baseball team at Wharton. Police Seek Help In Murder Of Hiuh School Student BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor. A shooting on Wednesday evening has left a T a m p a family devastated. Police are searching for anyone with information about the fatal shooting of Gregory Allen, Jr. According to police, Gregory Allen, Jr., 18, was with-friends in the Desoto Park when he allegedly became engaged in an argument over the theft of a bicy cle. A large crowd was reportedly in the park when the argument took place. AHen reportedly left the park. Shortly after 5:30 p.m., he was a few blocks away when two young men approached him. One of the suspects shot Allen twice in the chest and fled the scene on foot. When police arrived, Allen was found on the ground in front of a vacant building at 201 N. 26th Street. He told police the suspects were both Hispanic men. Allen told police that one of the men was 17-21 years old and wearing a red shirt and black jeans. He was also walking a white pit bull puppy. The other suspect was only described as Hispanic and wearing a black shirt. Allen was transported to Tampa General Hospital, Last year a family portrait at Christmas was a happier time for the family of Gregory Allen, Jr. Shown in this photograph seated are his ... parents, Mr. Mrs. Eddie (Darvi) Pace. Showii. standing from left to right are Gregory, KeVaughn, and Eirion. His brother, 'Michael i s trot shown. where he died from his injuries. They are asking anyone who witnessed the shooting to come forward to help with the investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call the Tampa Police Department at (813) 231-6130. Planned To Enter Military A senior at Middleton High School, Allen had already taken his senior class photographs. After graduation, he planned to become a Marine, his mother, MrS. Darvi Pace said. The second of four sons born to Mrs. Pace, she described her son as loving to play foot ball and spend time with his family. He was born and raised in 'Tampa. His grandmother, Mrs Barbara A. Moore said, "He was a good child and we're really going to miss him. He always brought me joy." Mrs. Pace said the family is in need ()["financial assistance to help with the funeral. Donations can be made at any Wacovia Bank, account #300016130368s.Anyone using a check is asked to write Gregory,;Allen's name at the bottom. rrr his parents .:and .brothers, Allen is survived by;,:his-grandfather, and sev.eral other. and friends, Funeral services for Allen were incomplete at press time. AGrea:tKid On Thursday, the Hillsborough County Crisis Center converged on the campus of Mi. ddleton High School. Allen was a senior and worked as an Office Aide with the Intervention Specialist. Owen Young, Principal of Middleton High School said, "He was a great kid, he was just a great turn-a-round kid. The school is mourning his loss. We preach family here and everyone is feeling this loss. We are going to support each Other."

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Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (U SPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st A venue T a mp a Florida 336 0 5 ( 813 ) 248-1921 Publish e d Ever y Tue s d ay and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National N e wspaper Publi s hers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publi s h e rs, Inc., New York 1990 -94 CP Time lnternational POSTMASTER : Send Addr e ss Change To : Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P .O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage P aid At Tampa FL W.W-Andrews 1874 -1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) Founders C. BLYTHE ANDREWS, JR., CHAIRMAN S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions : $87.00 Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages o f this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editoria l stance of The Florida SenUne l Bulletin or the Publi s her The TiP Of The Iceberg C ould it be that Major Nidal Hassan, the Army psychiatrist who shot and killed 12 soldiers and a civilian at Ft. Hood, Texas is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the topic of extremists in the military? The point is this. While America is focusing on one lone soldier who happens to be Muslim, there are thousands of white supremacists and other extremists serving in practically every branch of this nation's military. Remember Marine Lance Corporal Kody Brittingham who was stationed at Camp Lejuene, North Carolina, who was arrested for armed robbery and had a journal containing white supremacist literature and a plan to kill President Barack Obama? Last year, information gathered by the Department of Defense showed "an online network of 57 Neo-Nazi active Army and Marine duty personnel at five military installations," including Ft. Hood. At least 320 extremists were identified at Ft. Lewis in the state of Washington. Three Neo-Nazi skinheads from Ft. Bragg's 82nd Airborne Division murdered a Black couple 14 years ago. So, extremists in the military do not represent a recent phenomenon. Perhaps now, both Congress and the military will respond to the Southern Poverty Law Center's July 2009 request to investigate extremism in the mili-tary. We can only hope. Framed For Child Pornographv D o you have a mortal enemy who would do anything to harm you or ruin your reputation? If you didn't, you do, now! Remember the Polk County elementary school principal who was removed for having child porno-graphy on his computer, and who charged that he had been set up by someone else who downloaded the porn onto his computer? Well, he may well have been telling the truth. Here's why. Recent news reports tell us that hackers can now infect your computer with child pornography and you won't suspect a thing. Even scarier is the fact that pedophiles can remotely log on to your infected computer to store and view the pornography without your knowledge. The horror of it all is that law enforcement officials can knock on your door, seize your computer, find the pornography and haul you off to jail, and you won't know what hit you. Unfortunately, your reputation and credibility will be lost while you try feverishly to prove your innocence, which can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. So we warn those of you who often "surf the web," or download programs and attachments, that you are vulnerable and should take your internet security more seriously than ever before. Make certain your computer has a current, reputable and effective anti-spyware and anti-virus software installed that is maintained and updated regularly. Moreover, open e-mail attachments only from people you know. Term limits For Congress Th e r e i s t a lk goin g a r o und in C o n g r ess th a t i s s u g gestin g t e rm limits for members of Congress What do I think? H a I think it is great. In f a ct I wrote in this same column ten y ears ago that ther e should be term limits for all governmel}t offi cials I do not in career politicians. I also belie v e that the longer a politician is in office the more complacent that elected official becomes, the easier it is for them to become corrupt and sooner or later they begin to feel an entitlement to that elected office. Long-term politicians forget that they serve at the pleasure of the voters and that their job is to represent the people that sent them there_ In Congress, a Representa-tive se r ves a t er m o f :2. years w hil e S e n a tor s ser v e a t e rm of 4 years. But th e r e i s n o limit on th e number of terms that they can s erve. Curr e ntly R e presentative Charles Rangel has served more than 38 years in the Senate I submit to y ou that that is too long for an y bod y to hold one office. It 's oka y to move on to another elected position, but there should be term limits on that office, too. Will Congress go to term limits? Probably not. Being a congressperson is a nice, cushy job that is financially and socially rewarding for the members of Congress to term limit themselves out of office Career office holders accumu late a large amount of politi cal contributions from special interest groups and begin to become more beholding to A Somber Veteran's oav A nd now they belong to eternity" is how President Barack Obama bid farewell to the men and women who lost their lives untimely and unnecessarily, at what is being called The Massacre of Ft. Hood, Texas. On this day of days when we reflect with bitter and sen sitive tears about the road we have travelled, which has been washed with blood, we Americans are made to pause for a moment, to wonder how we got over. No greater diversity has ever made a nation mightier than ours. No loftier dreams have ever been uttered nor dreamt to preserve a more ambitious idea that people should live in freedom. And y et seemingly the cost of this fanciful freedom has been continuous blood and violence. Why? Why have we who proudly call ourselves the rightful heirs of Liberty been called upon so often to lay down our most precious commodities our very lives for such a weightless, sightless, tasteless thing called Democracy? None of the soldiers recently slain at Ft. Hood in Iraq, Afghanistan or anywhere else where American fighting men and women have ever died, could ever say before they met their doom that they had seen the color of Freedom, the substance of Liberty or the footprint of the Pursuit of Happiness. Yet they gladly died for it Black, white, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, even athe ist, male, female, gay and les bian all set aside their petty ethnicities and identities to don uniforms and brandish ideals that to be called American was to be willing to fight and die for the privilege. But why? Why has Freedom never been free? Why has something, which cannot be eaten, nor drunk nor worn in any shape or fashion, seemed always to demand a blood sacrifice from America's youngest and ablest citizens? As if the sacrifice of the elder ly were not enough, no old men were murdered, last week, at Ft. Hood. Young, handsome men and women were called upon to lay down lives and to forsake families and futures, to divest themselves of all the pastimes and prefer ences reserved by them whose lives have not yet, been consummated and whose years have not yet, been sealed witg arthritic stamp. They whose names and ., ::D 0 th e m o n ey p e opl e than th e citi z e n s they r e pr ese nt Z T e rm limit s allow for n e w blood, n e w ideas, n e w e nergy m and a n e w d edic ation to make a diff e r e nce. T e rm limits ar e a l so a way to ge t ineff e ctiv e ::D legi s l a t ors o ut of office-Hist ory t e nd s to tell us th a t 1\) vot e r s a r e v e r y r eluctant to o 0 vot e o ut incumbents History <0 w ill a l so t e ll u s th a t good qualifi e d a nd en e rgetic candi d a tes a re just a s reluctant to run a g a inst an incumbent. Because of this, we love a lot of excellent public servants who ne ver get a chance to serve. This is another reason we need term limits The President of the United States, Governors of states, Mayors of cities and County Commissioners and City Council people all face term limits. Why must United States Cong ress people be treated any differently? We always hear complaints about how Washington, D. C. politics works. Well, maybe term limits will change all of that for the better. ., I firmly support term limits rfor the United States g Congress. finger prints had just been placed upon the files of the living were the ones abruptly called back, in the name of American Freedom. Why? And no one could answer President Obama, witg all his eloquence and wondrous words that touched hardened soldiers and made them weep, as they stood at attention, could not answer the question of why so many tens of thousands of Americans have died through the years to preserve this thing called Liberty. In Arlington Cemetery, countless miniature fluttered in an unseasonably warm breeze, yet, their salute in unison could not explain why the bones they represented had been laid to rest, in honqr of a When will it end? How will it end? What will be the toll of flesh and blood? How many religions will be ground to dust, families destroyed, dreams disintegrated before we finally see the reality of peace on earth, for us all? Must we always fight for our children to grow up hap pily? Must our dreams forev er be tainted by nightmares of Armageddon? Surely, contin uous death is not God's plan! At a memorial ceremony at Ft. Hood, President Obama was heard to say about the 13 fallen dead, "In en m z ::! z m t;" m c: rr-!!I z c: m r-cn :::c m c m < m -1 c: m en 0 )> z c ., ::D B an era of division, they call upon us to come together. In a time of cynicism, they C) remind us of who we are as m t Americans."

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C") ..... a: w CD :: w > 0 z >=' <( c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::> 1-> a: w > w c w X en :::i m ::> a.. z i= w ..I ..I ::> m w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..I u. <( I CD w C!J On 12/12/12 Is It A Wrap; I told myself I wouldn't go through the drama again. After the trick they played ten years ago with the 'Y2k' scare, I vowed to never subscribe to another disaster prediction. Back then, no one knew what to expect during the alleged turn of the millennia. Rumors of crashing computer grids causing power outages and chaos all over the globe spread like wildfire. It was supposed to be the end of civilization, returns to the stone ages, Prince's prophesy from his '1999' album fulfilled. But when the clock struck 12 a.m. on Jan. 1st Two Thousand Zero Zero, nothing happened. Stop lights continued to turn red, yellow and green. The music kept playing. The apple in time Square didn't explode at the end of Dick Clark's countdown. And when the sun rose a couple of hours later, it was business as usual. As far as I was concerned, we had all been duped, led to fear something that didn't exist. It seemed like another successful ploy by the powers-that-be to keep us at a heightened state of anxiety. A clever diversion while they LAW .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 Former Hillsborough County Prosecutor-Deputy Chief Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call TanyaOugree (813) 418-5253 P.t\ f'l.m, A'. a:l.1hk W::h NO 1 REIJIT 1 HECI\: WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Ta11pa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & Scott St. n f !'1 d J 7e: s Jn d-ECS show1G be :;ase: JPN'\ sements (!e: :i: ..:S :c /C:.J. en Jbo:/ or::: Jr:C eJP=r en::.:1 did what they wanted behind the scenes. And now that same hype machine appears to be cranking back up There i s no way of knowing what they're up to this time around. But to l e t them explain it, we're only three years away from facing another global holocaust. This time, our demise is scheduled to occur right before Christmas, December 12, 2012 to be exact. According to the archaeologists and historians who introduced this ominous timetable several years ago, that's the day that the world, as we know it, will forever be changed. They are basing this latest doomsday scenario on their interpretation of a calendar created by a Mayan civilization that existed over three thousand years ago. Apparently, this Mayan calendar has been so accurate at predicting weather patterns and global events for so many centuries, that some people are taking the fact that it doesn't lay out a future beyond the year 2012 seriouslv. The e xperts can't seem to agr ee on exactly what might happen. But the common consensus is that it will be an event so grand in scale, that it will change the course of humal! history. That means, if what they're saying is true, anything could transpire: contin uous global warming causing massive hurricane and tsunamis that wipe out coastal cities all over the world, a meteor strike that kills two-thirds of the Earth's population, a worldwide viral outbreak that would make H1N1 look like a common cold, the super volcano under Yellowstone National Park erupting, and how would any 'end of the world as we know it' list be complete without the obligatory specter of a nuclear fallout? Hollywood has already jumped on the apocalyptic bandwagon, capitalizing off of the fear by making films like 'Knowing' and '2012' while planting seeds of paranoia into the minds of a scared and gullible populace. But after you've read the books, seen the movi es and watched the numerous talk shows that are sure to address the issue over the next year, you have to ask yourself, 'Is it really worth worrying about this far in advance?' Because nobody honestly knows what's going to happen on that second Wednesday in December three years from now, the only certain%is that on Thursday Dec . 13 we'll all be either laughing about another bogus prophecy or wishing we would have done more with the life we were given. Personally, when that time comes, I'm banking on being able to tell a few jokes about what they're going to come up with to frighten us in 2022. Write to: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018, Bennettsville F.C.I., P. 0. Box 52020, Bennettsville S.C 29512; or email cbarr2@oasisnovels.com live Video Shoot Comes To Tampa live Hot new artist, Javon Black, will be at TamE; Live Sunday, November 15 for a Black Party video Shoot for his latest release, "Lil' Mama." His first release, "Shorty Tear It Up," is still getting a lot of airplay in the area. Being presented by Universal, the video shoot is open to the public. All the event organizers ask is everyone conduct t_hemselves respectfully, because a lot of big people will be in town. Javon Black personally requested that an extra day be added to the video shoot to make sure the city and com munity are a part of the expe rience. On Friday and Saturday, the video shoot will take place at different locations, and mod els are needed. There will also be a casting call this Friday (today) at Tampa Live from 10 a.m. until11:3o a.m. The video shooting at Tampa Live will begin at midday Sunday and all local artists are asked to come out and represent. After the video shoot Sunday at 8 p.m., everyone \VORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEVANCE BANKRUPTCY -Chptcr 7 ($500 Costs) SOCIAL SECURITY ENTITLEMENT FOR THE DISABLED Call: Michael A. Steinberg Attorney At Law (813) 221-1300 JAVONBLACK will be gathering for a video wrap up party at Club Temple, 1915 East 7th Avenue. The same rules of behavior will be enforced at Club Temple as they are at Tampa Live. Free food and drinks will be provided, and everyone is asked to get their cars cleaned up and dress appropriately. Music will be provided by DJ Reese and DJ Gran Evil For more information on this big event, contact Smitty at (813) 632-0943. F Y 1 Community Spaghetti Dinner The Eastside Church o Christ will be hosting a Community Spaghetti Dinner on Wednesday, November 18, 2009, 7-9 p. m. at the church, 5231 CR 579, Seffner. For more information, call (813) 661-4820.

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City Of Tampa CiiV Of Tampa Seeks Volunteers The C i t v of Tampa Community Redevelopment Age ncy i s seek ing individu a l s to ser v e o n Community \chi s orv Committees for the fi\ e Community Red eve lopm ent Areas (CRA) : Central Park, Channel Distric t Downtown, Drew Park, and Tampa Heights Riverfront. The purpose of the co mmittees i s t o ensure th a t the int erests of r es id e nt s property owners, businesses and other s takeholders in the a r ea are r epre sen t e d in key decisions. Community Advisory Committees provide input and make recommendations t o City s t aff and the Community Redevelopment Agenc y concern ing their respective areas. Interested parties must liv e or work in one of the red eve lopment areas or have signifi ca nt int e rests within the area Indi v iduals with a background or exper tise in the redevelop m ent process, such as neighborhood planning, real estate d evelopment, or real estate fin a n ce are also being sought These positions are voluntary and indi viduals appointed to Community Advisory Committees serve without compensation. Those interested may ob t a in a n application pack age by calling the City Clerk's office at (813) 274-8397. Applicatio n s a re also availabl e on th e C ity of Tampa web s ite a t www t ampagov.net/CRA. Applications must be r ece i v e d in th e City Clerk's office b y 5 p.m. o n D ecember 4, 2009. Inte rested parties may a tt e nd eithe r of the two infor mational sessions that will b e h e ld t o a nswer questions and familiarize potential applican t s with the role of advisory comm itt ees and the CRAs. Tuesday, November 17 2009 at 1 p.m. OR Wednesday, November 18, 2009 at s:30 p.m. Both meetings will be held a t Old City Hall, 315 East Kennedy Boulevard, in the Mascotte Room on the first flo or. Parking is available for a fee in Jackson Street City H all P a rking Lot. The Community Redevelopment Agency will appoint members to the Community Advisory Committees at its m ee ting on January 14 2010 at 9 a.m. in City Council Chambers, located on the third floor of Old City Hall. At tha t meeting, applicants may make brief presentations to the Community Redevelopment Agency concerning their background and qualifications. Fo r m o re information please con t ac t the E co n om i c & Ur b a n Development Departm e nt (813) 274-8325. It's amazing what you can accomplish when you focus on the details. Disco ve r fer yourself how paying attention to the details can really pay off w hen it comes to your money. Let SunTrust help. With our simple and convenient online tools, you can stay on top of your money today and in the future. We even make saving easy. To find out how you can get started, visit suntrust.com/solid. SUNTRUST Live Solid. Bank Solid. SunTrust Bank Member FD IC. 2009 Sun Trust Banks Inc. SunTrust and Live Solid Bank Solid are federally registered service marks of SunTrust Banks, Inc "T1 ::D c z 0 < m ::::::: OJ m ::D .... VJ 1\) 0 0 (() "T1 r-0 JJ 0 )> en m z :::! z m r-1 m c: r rm -t z "'tJ c: m l en ::I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -i c: m en c )> z 0 'T1 JJ c

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0') Local ("') T"" a: w [D :: w > 0 z Sisters To Serve Thanksgiving Dinners To The Homeless >=' <( c a: LL. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Sisters, Sheilah Youngblood and Ola Abreu, have planned an event to attract people who really are in need. An organization founded by the sisters, "Our Sisters, Our Friends," will be serving Thanksgiving dinners to the homeless and less fortunate on November 21st from noon until 4 p.m. at the Ragan Park Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue. OLAABREU AND SHEILAH YOUNdBLOOD The sisters said it was through donations from the community that this event is possible. idents of Belmont Heights Estates and from other com munities to "It would be a great act for the community pitch in and help everyone, especially during these rough times," said c Mrs. Youngblood. Randall C will be the Master of Ceremony for the event. The theme for the day will be "Thanking The Lord For Blessing Us," and the sisters promise the day will be a unique experience for every one. a: "We shouldn't need a holiLL. day to reach out to each other. This is something we should <( do everyday." "Everyone needs to bring two pairs of shoes, because this is a Holy event and we will be giving God all praises," The sisters said they are C personally inviting senior resen w ;:) 1-> a: w > w c w :J: C/) ::i aJ ;:) a. z tu ..J ..J ;:) aJ ...:. w z i= z w C/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL. PILGRIMS REST M.B. CHURCH 4202 West Nassau Street Tampa, Florida 33607 . Church Phone: (813) 872-6247 I Fax: (813) 443-5819 Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, Sr. Pastor/Shepherdess Elder Elliott McBride, Asst. Pastor POST DUAL DAY SERVICE Sunday, November 15, 2009 THEME: "MEN AND WOMEN WORSHIPING GOD IN TIMES LIKE THESE" 8A.M. ELDER FRED THOMAS Grace of God M. B Church Tampa 11A.M. COMMISSIONER KEVIN WHITE Tampa Chairperscn For Men-Bro. Edward Cooper Co-Chair Bro. Herman Tim Chairperson for Women Sis. Betty Jones Co-Chair -Sis. Linda Windom A host of other special guests' All are welcome' First Missionary Baptist Church Seffner 6720 County Road 579 North"'* Seffner, FL 33584 (813) 627-0104 REV. NATHANIEL LOVE, Pastor Both Have Been Members Since The 1970s Served In Various CapacitiesUsher Board, Deacon Board, Male Chorus, Mass Choir, Women's Missionary Society, Senior Citizens of Seffner, Mothers' Board And Served On Various Programs. Both Continue To Serve In Diverse Areas Family, Friends, Co-Workers Through the Years Are Invited <( To Celebrate God's Servants. I c:o w CJ Deacon Jesse Hobdy-Program Chair Sister Elmer Booth Rhone Program Co-Chair said Mrs. Abreu. "We will put on the true meaning of Thanksgiving, and we want those not sincere to leave the drama home, and for the others to bring their rope and bucket and be pre pared to give thanks." The sisters said everyone should give thanks everyday of our lives, and we truly need to start reaching out to each other. "We will let our light shine and we want everyone else to do the same," said Mrs. Youngblood. "We want to attract only those who are sincere about their need. We will be their servants for the day." Contact Sheilah Youngblood at (813) 965-5717, or Ola Abreu at (813) 650-6160 if you want to volunteer to help at the event or donate any food. Business Owner's Goal Is To Help Others BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Reg Crooms started his Gourmet Coffees and Teas business, he had two goals. One was to help others, and the other was to create a busi ness that was not only reces sion proof, but could be hand ed down to his grandchildren. Crooms, an Orlando, Florida native, is the owner of Rabicas Gourmet Coffees and Teas, and specializes in African coffees and teas. Crooms said this is his third business venture since graduating from Florida A&M University with a B.S. in Biology. "After graduating, I taught school for a while, and helped the Orlando Times get started. "That experience was interesting, and although it was the second Black newspaper in Orlando, we managed to grow larger than our predecessor. We are able to successfully tap into the white advertising market, which was a first for that area." Crooms said he had a clothing business for a while and after he received his MBA in Global Management, he decided he needed a business ha would weather the economic storm. "I looked at products that were affordable to consumers, REG CROOMS and coffee was it." Crooms said he works primarily out of his home, and everything they send out is fresh roasted. "A lot of people don't know that Africa is where coffee originated from, in particular, Ethiopia. The difference between African coffee and coffee from South America is African coffee is much stronger, bolder, and full flavored. It also helps the Ethiopian economy for us to purchase our beans from them. "Our latest efforts are to help the people of Haiti by buying Haitian Bleu, their island-grown coffee. We're working to get access to filter some of the profits back to that poor country." Crooms, married with three children, said Rabicas services several area restaurants, espe cially Ethiopian restaurants. SHARP RECORDS RECORDING ARTIST THE DEDICATED ONES 4th Year Anniversary With 2 Great Evenings Of Praise

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Local ., c )> Tampa Native senles Into New Position, New Citv Homeless Coalition Honors Rep. Benv Reed z 0 < m 3:: m m :::D Garrett Johnson is known throughout the com munity for his list of growing accomplishments. Those accomplishments range from his academic achievements in high school, to his record-set ting deeds in sports in high school and at college, to his bei11g chosen as a Rhodes Scholar and his graduation from the University of Oxford, in England. Now, having obtained his college education, Johnson is settling into life as a staff member to the U S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee He moved to Washington, D. C., in the summer In his role, Johnson is responsible for leading for eign-policy legislation and debate in the Senate. In addition, the Committee is charged with confirming the position of Secretary of State (currently occupied by Hillary Clinton), all ambas sadors representing the U S. globally and other senior GARREIT JOHNSON ... Moves to Washington to begin new position diplomatic nominations made by President Barack Obama. "Many of my colleagues are regional specialist, which means they focus on shaping how the U S. interacts with specific sections of the world, like Mrican countries, South American countries, or coun tries in Asia. My role is a bit different, because I primarily 3rd Anniversary Glorious Worship Celebration Saturday, November 14, 2009 SP.M. Center For Manifestation 3102 East Lake Avenue Tampa, Aorida 33610 Dr. Mark Jones, Pastor Child: Under 13 Yrs Old TICket $5.00 Adults $10.00 Mother Sybil BrownManager& Founder (813) 943-1917 Or(813) 232-5012 focr : on the topic s of D evelopment' and 'Migration,' whi c h impa ct many areas across the world. For sponsoring legislation ;:hat the Florida Legislature sent to the Governor to become law, Representative Betty Reed received the 2009 Outstanding Homeless service Award. The bill, HB 597, will ereFalling under the heading of Development, Johnson focuses on policies and programs that help to reduce poverty increase access to basic health care, and improve educational opportu, nities for the poorest people in the world. '-ate and revise several sec tions of the Florida Statute relating to homelessness. His ne w positi<;>J1 allows him to work with other con gressional officials, as well as officials in the Obama Administration. His goal is to create innovative policies and programs to address these issues. The position also requires traveling to various countries to ensure that the programs are being imple mented. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate (Carmen) Johnson, the 25-year-old graduated from Tampa Baptist Academy in 2002. The Salutatorian of his graduating class, Johnson won multiple state championships. He continued his education at Florida State University, where he graduated magnna cum laude in three years with a double major in Political Science and English. In 2006, Johnson won NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Shot Put Championship and was named a Rhodes Scholar on behalf of the United States He earned his Master's Degree in Migration Studies at Exeter College, at Oxford University, in England. Rep. Reed said she was surprised the Homeless coalition felt what she did was worthy of her being honored "I worked on this bill for STATE REPRESENTATIVE BETIYREED three years with Ronda Storms and Victor Crist, and there is still more work to do. "I think more should be done to help the homeless. Some people are homeless because they want to be, and others because of the economy and other situations. Most of us are 2 ., to 3 paychecks from being homeless r-Rep. Reed has pledged that anything she can do to help the homeless, she will. i3 "We have to remember homeless citizens are people and > deserve a chance just like the rest of us. "A lot of them can't get help because there is a perception problem of the ay society looks at the whole situation." z Rep. Reed said when you look at what's happened to America over the past 3 years, if a lot of people didn't have m families, they would be homeless. "I think we all need to take a closer look at this problem, and r-do something before it gets a lot worse, because it can "I look forward to working with the Florida Coalition for the Z Homeless and other homeless advocates as we . strive to makd homelessness one of the state's priorities." m r-Ci5 :::t m c The Florida Coalition for the Homeless is an organization whose members include homeless advocates, service provide,rs, members of the faith-based community, former homeless persons, educators, attorneys, mental health profes-sionals and others who are committed to putting an end to m homelessness and improving the conditions of persons living without shelter -f Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, ore-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. c: m en c > E WORLD DELIVERANCE CHURCH z c ., ,:;:t:t)))t::::::::::::::, 4701 N. 15th Street, Tampa APOSTLE JOHNNY JONES, Pastor (813) 234-9115 or (813) 294-2214 Wednesday, Novembel" 11th 7:30p.m. Apostle J. L. 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0) Local M .... a: w m :E w > 0 z Independent Black Chamber Of Commerce To Host First Gala >"' < c a: u.. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Independent Black Chamber Of Commerce will host their first inaugural Black and Gold Gala Saturday, November 14th from 6 p.m to 12 a.m. The event will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 5303 West Kennedy Boulevard. The gala will include a networking reception banquet and dancing, with music pro vided by Randall C. The guest speaker for the gala will be nationally known Charles Mattocks, "The Poor Chef." Mattocks has appeared on several nationally televised shows, has a cookbook on the market, a sauce line, and is an C Emmy-award nominated actor. He also has a magazine c and has teamed up with the Z U. S. Department of < Agriculture's Pyramid Program to help kids eat C right. en w Mattocks is the nephew of :::l the late Robert "Bob" ... > Marley, and said the concept a: for the Poor Chef came from w > w his son. UPTIST IIURII 12fll.f81111s11St, ..... R. 33112 J813) !29-1380 CHARLES MATIOCKS ..... Guest speaker for gala event. "My idea is to create meals that are inexpensive and geared toward people eating affordably and healthy. "At the gala, I'll be talking about eating healthy and how easy it can be." Mattocks said he doesn't think his concept would have worked anywhere other than this area, because he has been embraced and supported by so many people. "What I'd like to see more of is us helping us. I want to be about it instead of talking about it." Independent Black Chamber of Commerce President, Candy Lowe, said they decided to have SCIIIII -...1:11 a.m. z _, _, ;:) m ...:. w z w en Ill( c a: 0 _, u.. < I 0 ,... w CJ ltriiRI 111.11. Prqer SUIICI, TIIIIIIJ.........----I p.m. ....... StuiiV.lUtsdaY &:38 p.m. 111111 StUdV, TUidiY.-----1 p.m I CMIIIII11IIIii'IIIIIIUI CllilfWcb llr...,......lk.PIIIIfiiiiiUJt:1a .. .. 1111111111 PAITII A.F. VICIIEII8 MS. CANDY LOWE I.B.C.C. President "' Mattock:s as their guest speaker because he's attended many of their events, and he's well-known all over the country. "He knows how to market a product and make it attractive to consumers. He's will ing to share his strategies to help others succeed, even in these poor economic times." Ms. Lowe said Mattocks also manages to stay in the public eye and knows how to be creative. "He also has no problem sharing that creativity with others." For more information about the gala, call (813) 394-6363, or go online at www.ibcctam-UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED RainbowMinistries Church Of God In Christ 1405 Stre,et Seffiier, FL 33584 S:t3-3931' Pa'ltor: First lady: CHERYL GREEN Weekly Worship Schedule Sunday School 10 UL Sunday Mol'llin3 Worship 11!30 A.M. Monday Morning Prayer-9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship Prayer Service 7P.M. Bible Studn30 Ul. Saturday Momiug Prayer Warriors Smiee Every Serond Sat. OfEachllontb The Jlisicm iltulin. Pr.Wir ......... ,.. ........ 4.: .... I -..... ...... ....... ...,",.,... .., ...... I 9-9:30 A.M. Project SHINE To Host Fall Festival Membe rs of Project SHINE will host a Fall Festival on Saturday, November 14th, from 10 a.m until 2 p.m The event will be held at Hillsborough High School, 5000 Central Avenue. The purpose of the event is to provide a family friendly environment for children and families. Those in attendance Will par ticipate in games and activities. Some of those activities include a moon bounce face painting, water balloons, cakewalk, and other games such as the 3-legged race and musical chairs. SHINE, is an acronym for Striving to Harvest Intelligent, Noble Educators. It is a not-for-profit organization designed to encourage students to achieve academically as well as to motivate them. to and complete educational and career goals. Roderick Barnes is president of the organization. The Fall Festival is a concept created by students. The event is free and open to the public. However, each family is asked to bring a canned good to donate to the Metropolitan Holiday Food Drive. For more information contact Barnes at (813) 810-3196 or (813) 758-5220 or rodindia@verizon.net. New Greater Friendship M. B. Church Rev. M. Murray, Pastor MUS1CAL EXTRAVAGAtrJ.A:'iifPJ# .. :ll:r NlGJtfli OF ENTERT AlNMENT Saturday, November 14,2009 7:00P.M. 3325 E. Emma Street -Tampa, FL 33610 Multiple Choirs, Solo Artists And Mime Performers Free Elcnt! Contact: Dca. Arthur Cannon For Mmc Information: 813-843-7548 : New Smyrna Full Gospel Worship Cathedral 50t517th StreetTampa, FL336t0 Phone: (813) Bishop W. L. lA-c, Senior Pasior

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Local 1979 Bucs Invade Stadium With Orange Power Members of the 1979 Tampa Bay Buccaneer team pose before the game. Team members from the 1979 Tampa Bay Buccaneers were in town last weekend to celebrate their 30th reunion, and to witness teammate Lee Roy Selmon being honored. Selmon was the first inductee into the Buccaneer Ring of Honor. The significance and history of the 1979 Tampa Bay Buccaneers was that this team not only posted the first winning record in the Bucs expansion franchise (1976) history, but earned a playoff spot by winning the National Football Conference (NFC) Central Randy Crowder, Danny Reece, Cecil Johnson, Richard 'Batman' Wood and Gordon Jones at the tailgate before the game. division. The playoff spot was secured in the final week in a rain.::sodden game against the Kansas City Chiefs, with the only score being a 19-yard field goal by Neil O'Donoghue. They then recorded their first ever playoff win by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles behind Bell's 142 yards rushing. They hosted the NFC championship game the following week, but lost g-o. to the Los Angeles The team finally measured up on both sides of the ball with the offense led by a hecdthy Doug Williams, and the late Ricky Bell, wh9 became the team's first 1,ooo-yard rusher. The defense was already highly touted with the play of Lee IMPORTANT BENEFIT INFORMATION FOR SENIORS We are pleased to announce a senior final expense life insurance plan to help pay what the Government Lump Sum Death Benefit does not pay for your final expenses. At present, that benefit is limited to $255.00, ir you qualify. This senior plan may pay 100% of all funeral expenses not paid by the Government Lump Sum Death Benefit. up to $50,000 for each person covered. To see ir you qualify, call the telephone number below. This Is a FREE service to you .. You may request rrom: $2.500 Up To $50,000 of whole life insurance. . .. .. AU z c ., :::D B

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0') Sports C"') ,... a: w CD :E w > 0 z Bucs Must Now Travel To Miami To Face Dolphins c a: LL c a: LL Josh Freeman will try to lead Bucs to another victory. c z w leading the way, defeated the C Green Bay Packers 38-28. The Bucs have managed to en beat the Packers at Raymond ffi James Stadium 7 out of 8 ::l times. a. Inasmuch as the Bucs and head coach Raheem w Morris would like to savor :I their first victory a little ::l longer, they know they now must prepare for a road trip w to Miami to face the Z Dolphins, who will be comin g off a loss to the New England W Patriots. en The game will mark a reunion of former Auburn a: 0 ..J LL teammates Ronnie Brown and Carnell "Cadillac" Williams. The Bucs emerged from their victory over the Packers with a banged up secondary. Safety Will Allen appears to have a broken right thumb. He doesn't know if he'll need surgery and his injury might not seem that big on the surface, but it will affect the depth at safety. Tanard Jackson also had to leave Sunday's contest with an unknown injury. He was replaced by Corey Lynch. Cornerback Elbert Mack was absent in the second half because of a badly sprained right ankle that was very swollen after the game. Torrie Cox finished the game as the nickel back and played well Wide receiver Antonio Bryant said it wasn't his decision to sit out Sunday's game. He said team doctors and coaches overruled him. It's too early to say whether Bryant will see action in Miami. On Josh Freeman, Morris said his rookie sig nal caller has to lead them. "We still have to be patient with him and let him grow He made some mistakes he can go back and look at that will make him better." Kickoff will be at 1 p.m. and the game will be telecast live from Landshark Stadium. "It's That!'rime AGAIN!" <( I oq-,... w (!) BCUvs. FAMU LORIDA CLASSIC XXX* Saturday Nov. 21st-Orlando, FL ALSO ... UNIV. OF MIAMI vs. SOUTH FLORIDA BULLS Sat. Nov. 28th -Raymond James Stadium Great Tickets Available ... "For BOTH Games!" Don't Miss ANY of the Fun this Year ... "Come & Join US!" For Tickets, Information, and to Order Online: 813-988-9264 or VenomNation@aol.com Website: www.venomnation.com/gofamu.html Moment, Williams Lead 'Cats By Ted Taylor The Wildcats of Bethune Cook man Universit y u sed the running of Jonathan Moment a nd the sk ill plays of Michael Williams for 4,821 fans to witn ess th e fir s t home win of the season 27-24 over Hampton University. The victory gave th e seniors a cha nc e to celebr ate what has been a disappointing season, as well as the fans to pay tribute to former star quarter-b ac k Willie Collins who died this s umm er. The Wildcats did just e n o u gh to win as they were h eld t o only 72 yards rushin g and 117 passing. Hampton did n t h e lp its cau se with two missed field goa l s, a fumb l e l ost and t h e untim e l y inter cept ion B-CU trave ls to Wa shington, D. C. n ext Saturday afternoon to do bat tle with the Bison of Howard University in a Mid-E astern Athleti c Conference ga m e. The 2-7, o-6 Bison are coming off of a 43-13 lost to South Carolina. Auuies Put Scare In Ranle.rs By Ted Taylor For the second consecutiv e weekend, Florida A & M University needed a fourth down stop late in the game to stave off an upset in the last home game of the season. The Rattlers tested the nerves of 8,034 fans holding off North Carolina A & T University to the tune of 3127. The Rattlers needed a fourth down stop in overtime last week against Morgan State after getting off to an easy start. This victory may be more costly as its star quarterback Curtis Pulley went out in the third quarter CounRules Vick can Keep Bonuses MICHAEL VICK MINNEAPOUS --A federal appeals court backed the judge who ruled against the NFL and let quarterback Michael Vick keep more than $16 million in roster bonuses from the Atlanta Falcons. The 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirmed Judge David Doty's order saying Vick had already earned the bonuses before his dogfighting conviction, so the money wasn't subject to forfei ture. Vick served 18 months in prison and is now with the Philadelphia Eagles. Doty has long handled mat ters arising from the NFL's col lective bargaining agreement. After Doty ruled in the Vick bonus case, the NFL accused him of bias and sought to end his oversight of its contract with the players union. with a groi n injury As happened last week, FAMU jumped out to a quick lead looking as if it would be an easy day at the office. The Aggies received the opening and had to punt on a three-and-out. FAMU abruptly went ahead 7-0 on a niite-play drive covering 83 yards when Pulley hit wide receiver on a diving catch in end zone from sixteen Before going out, Pulley for 79 yards on seven ca!ries and threw for 145 ya'rds completing 9 of 17 passes. Isaac West caught sci of Pulley's passes for 111 : Steelers Mum About Interest In Johnson LARRY JOHNSON I PITTSBURGH Steelers coach Mike Tomlin isn't say ing if the team has any interest in Larry Johnson, the former Penn .State running back who was released by the Kansas City Chiefs. Still, the Steelers' answer appears to be the same as it was in 2003: Johnson isn't in their plans. Johnson, who has long wanted to play in Pittsburgh, was cut Monday after being suspended by Kansas City for the second time in a year. The Steelers have long stayed away from signing troubled players, and they appear to be set at running back with starter Rashard Mendenhall and backup Willie Parker. yards. Pulley's injury is not considered severe a,s he was walking around okay on Sunday and expected to play next Saturday when 7-2, 5-1 FAMU takes on 4-5, 2-4 Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia in a Mid Eastern Athletic Conference game. McNair Widow Allowed To Sell Restaurant NASHVIL LE, Te .nn. --A Nashville judge ha5 authorized the widow of retired NFL player Steve McNair to sell the restaurant he opened shortly before he was shot and killed. Probate Court Judge Randy Kennedy this week cleared the sale of Gridiron9 by Mechelle McNair, adminis trator of the ex-player's estate. According to court records, a potential buyer has come for ward. appeal by one of Steve McNair's business partners. The quarterback who spent most of his career with the Tennessee Titans was shot to death July 4 by a young woman who then killed herself.

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Sports Buccaneer Piscitelli's Home Robbed DurinuGame SABBY PISCITELU TAMPA--The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finally won their first game of the season, but safety Sabby Piscitelli still had a bad day. Police say burglars broke into his house in Tampa Sunday afternoon while he was playing the Green Bay Packers at Raymond James Stadium. The house was ransacked and a 1V was stolen. A lawn crew in the neighborhood saw the house's rear doors had been forced open and told a neighbor who called police. No arrests have been made. The Bucs beat the Packers 38-28, ending the NFL's longest losing streak at 11 games. Piscitelli had three tackles. Shaq, Wife Headed Toward Divorce SHAQUIILE And SHAUNIE O'NEAL LOS ANGELES Shaquille O'Neal's wife is splitting from the Cleveland Cavaliers center. Va'Shaundya O'Neal filed for legal separation with intent to divorce on Monday in Los Angeles. She cited irreconcilable differences. She is seeking spousal and child support and full legal custody of the couple's four children. No monetary amounts were listed in': the court filing. "Obviously, this is a difijcult time for our family, and we request that the media respect our privacy," Shaqu'ille O'Neal said in a statement released by the team late Tuesday. "I will continue to focus on being there for our children and I am confident that Shaunie will do the same." The O'Neals were married for six years, 11 months. Abdui-Jabbar Has Leukemia Kareem Abdul-Jabbar says he's been inspired by the way Magic Johnson used his HIV diagnosis to raise awareness. NEW YORK --Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is being treat ed for a rare form ofleukemia, and the basketball great said his prognosis is encouraging. The NBA's all-time leading scorer was diagnosed last December with chronic myeloid leukemia. The Abdul-, Jabbar said his doctor didn't give any guarantees, but informed him: "You have a : very go9d chance to live your life out imd not have to make any drastic changes to your lifestyle." Abdul-Jabbar is taking an oral medication for the dis ease. He is' a paid spokesman for the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis, which makes a drug that treats the illness. Citing the way Los Angeles Lakers teammate Magic Johnson brought awareness to HIV, Abdul-J abbar said he wants to do the same for his form of blood cancer, which can be fatal if left untreated. Howard Fined $15,000 DWIGHT HOWARD Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for publicly criticizing officials on his blog. The league made the announcement Tuesday. The comments were posted on Howard's blog after the Magic's loss to Detroit last week. Howard fouled out in the game after playing a little more than 16 minutes. He wrote on his blog: "How can that be, ya'll? It was crazy. They called me for a charge on a flop, a push off when the defender was on me and two fouls on blocked shots Police Detain MikeTVson MIKE TYSON LOS ANGELES --Mike Tyson allegedly hit a photographer at Los Angeles International Airport and was booked and released on suspi cion of misdemeanor battery Wednesday, police said. Tyson and the unnamed !photographer both want to press charges for misdemeanor battery, police said. The paparazzo told police that the former heavyweight boxing champion struck him once, airport police spokesman Sgt. Jim Holcomb said. The photographer fell to the ground and was treated for a cut to his forehead at a hospital. Tyson's spokeswoman Tammy Brook said the boxer was traveling with his wife and 10-month-old child Wednesday afternoon when he was attacked by an overly aggres sive paparazzo. The 43-year old acted in self-defense to pro tect his child, she said. Jordan Taps Wade To Wear 25th Anniversarv Shoe MIAMI--Dwyane Wade pleaded for years to join the Jordan Brand family, wanti ng to wear the shoe his idol made famous. His persistence is being rewarded. When Jordan Brand makes its long-awaited release of the Air Jordan 2010 in February to commemorate the popular line's 25th anniversary, Wade will debut the shoe. Handpicked for the role by Michael Jordan himself, the Miami Heat guard called it "a huge honor." "I was in awe, because I know what it means to not only be a part of Jordan Brand but really represent Michael on the court in the shoe he would wear," Wade said. "Very excited, to say the least." The shoe will be launched DWYANEWADE nationwide Feb. 13 and will carry a retail price of $170. That coincides with All-Star weekend near Dallas and is four days before Jordan's 47th birthday. It's unknown if Wade will wear the shoe beforehand, say in Miami's marquee Christmas Day game at Madison Square Garden against the New York Knicks. Pictures Published Of Tiger Woods' New Estate On Jupiter Island Photos of Tiger Wood's 9,700-square-foot home being built on Jupiter Island in South Florida are being posted. Everyone involved in the construction of this mammoth house was forced to sign a confidentiality agreement when construc tion began after Elin and Tiger Woods purchased this and "T1 :::0 c z 0 < m 3: m m :::0 .... 1\) 0 0 CD .,. r-0 :::0 g en m z -t z m '=" m c: rr z c: m r-u; l: m c m < m -t c: m en c l> z g four adjacent properties in 2006 for $44 million. "T1 They reportedly tore down all existing houses on the 12 acre property to make room for the new estate and surrounding landscaping. ._ NOV. 28 2009 lbanksgiving,Showdown Softball Classic Softball Tournament At Greco Softball Complex Contact Leroy@ 813-447-3431 Darius@ 81_3-671-4888 Tyrone @ Alvin 0 813-545-0829 Chris@ 813-401-3101 1st Place $300 Entry Fee $150 (15 Team Max) Deadline 11-23-091 No CheckssssssS888S88SI

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HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--This year you have remarkable opportunities to understand your own emotional makeup. Although you may not be able to coh1municate this to significant others, the understanding grows within your heart and mind. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-The right words pop into your mouth when you're faced with a seemingly insurmountable obstacle. Say only what you must. __ Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Expect surprise developments Nobody really understands what's happening, so withhold decisions until you gain clar ity. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Money flows both ways. To slow the out ward flow, consider whether the new thing is a necessity. Aquarius (J;an. 20-Feb. 18) -Electronic media hold your attention all day. Take care of e-:mails early. Design work benefits from quiet surroundings. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Align insights with logic and facts. Then add a touch of elegance before you make your presentation. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Don't expect everyone to agree. You get multiple viewpoints in one very specific area. Leave your decision for later. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-Intuitive perceptions allow you to state the obvious in acceptable language Nothing changes without some effort. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -A dream reveals information that seals the deaL Still, you may want to check with someone to verify the facts. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Insight guides your nurturing activities today. Talk about what you sense in your environment. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -You have done your homework and completed the research. Now it's time to say your piece. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -People have been trying to tell you what's on their minds for a few days. Today you finally get it. Everything makes sense now. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Gather information from your usual sources. Don't shy away from unusual insights. when you thought it was Our last event,v.ras ,,..B1G .to -it back .... no.. .-ALL MY CHILDREN -Annie makes a desperate move; Ryan's certain he'll soon get what he's been waiting for; Anmnda's fed up with David s manip ulations JR refuses to help Zach; .Jake has unexpected news for Ryan; Aidan's up to no good. AS THE WORLD TURNS-Noah catches Luke with his hands on Mason; Damian shuts Meg up with a kiss; Jack wants to help Mike out, so he knocks him ouLCarly begs .Jack not to go through with the race; Noah is hurt when his big scene backfires on him; Meg overhears Lily asking Damian to move back in. THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTifUL-Stephen takes Beth back to their old ne_ighborhood in hopes of jogging memory; Bill adds another grooms man to his weddii1g party; friends and family gather for Bill and Katie's wed ding; Eric and Stephanie sit home in protest over the nuptials. Thorne joins Eric and Stephanie in their protest; the wedding guests have an opportunity to present their feelings towards the couple; Bill makes a realization during the ceremony that he can no longer suppress. DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Rafe gives Sami the news that Sydney is her daughter; Nicole desperately tries to track down Sydney; Hope tells wants to work on their marriage and move back into the house; Carly finds Mia sobbing on the pier. Nicole tells Chloe to take Sydney and hide her; Carly comforts Mia; Hope admits to Bo that she's a bit jealous of Carly; Sami and Rafe go to the DiM era mansion looking for Sydney. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Elizabeth blows up at Nikolas; Sonny clashes with Carly over Michael; Lulu faces a dilemma Dominic dodges a bullet; Jax wants to pin a murder rap on Sonny; the mystery man is up to no good. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Jared's life hangs on the line; Blair makes a deal with Ross; Eli urges Tea to tell Todd the truth about Danielle. Charlie's past comes back to haunt him; Rex confronts Roxy; Bo and Nora fail to stop Matthew's surgery. THE YOUNG AND TH -Billy gives Mac an Daniel asks Amber to marry him tomght. Patty threatens Jack; Amber gives Katherine a special task. NOVEM THANKSGIVING WEEK a. THE FREAKY GIRLS DANCERS A SEXY SWANKY LOUNGE AND PATIO BAR MEMBERSHIP DRIVE 1ST 25 PAID ADMISSIONS WILL RECEIVE FREE UNDERGROUND MONDAY MEMBERSHIP CARDS GOOD FOR DISCOUNT ON ADMISSION EVERY MONDAY m; SALE FOR THIS NIGHT ONLY S20 EACH DOORS OPEN 9 :30 P M 2-1 ADMISSION & FREE DRINKS TILL 11 P.M. AFTER 11 MEMBERS $5 GUESTS $8 WATCH OUT FOR OUR FABULOUS CALENDAR OF EVENTS cOMINQ IN DECEMBER -TI-lE -_:.......UU2 E WHITIUG STOOWNTOWfl TAMI"A I HOTLUH. /Jl.J i'?l PRESENTS ,-_ ,TIIE : :O.MHBBEAN-.. MADNESS FASffiONsHowLi_-;

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Entertainment Judge: Joe Jackson Can't Challenge Will Executors JOE JACKSON LOS ANGELES Michael Jackson's father does not stand to inherit any of his son's assets and cannot challenge the appointment of the executors chosen by the singer to handle his will, a judge said Tuesday. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff said Joe Jackson was not named in the will but could pursue a motion to receive a family allowance from the estate because he claimed his son had been supporting him Joe Jackson a nd his son had an often-stra ined relationship, and Michael Jackson said at one point that he would get physically sick as a child and as an adult -at the sigbt of his father A 6o-page motion filed details Joe Jackson's bid to get money from his son's estate. The father is seeking an allo"Yance to help cover that exceed $15,000 a month, according to the court documents. The documents said Joe Jackson receives a $1,700 monthly Social Security payment and had relied on his son for support for many years. His list of monthly expens es includes $1,200 for rent for his Las Vegas home; $2,500 to eat out; $1,000 for entertainment, gifts and vacations; $2,ooo on air travel and $3,000 on hotels. Dame Dash: 'I Don't Have Beef' With Beanie;Sigel, Jav-z DAME DASH Control.tv. Mos Def has dubbed the building the "24/7karate school" because of all of the artists that come through and work together, including Mos, the Black Keys, Jay Electronica, Jim Jones, the RZA, Raekwon the Chef and producer Ski (Reasonable Doubt) to name a few. Dash says everyone is wel come; just as long as no one brings Q.egativity. Dame Dash just laughs off ''I'm not teaching violence. stories about how he is sup -No beef! None of that. I don't posedly in dire straits finanhave beef with nobody." cially. He gets so niuch of a Dash's name has popped kick out of it that he doesn't up in headlines with rush to defend himself Beanie Sigel's. recent lash-against the .. 9utagainst Jay-Z. days, Dame is i backwliere he :. Dame said he did not want started, music iiide-to address any specifics pendently :a1ongwith broker, ,. regarding Sigel, but did say :, ing art a h d producing televi. he did not want any beef. sion. "I love Jay, I love Beans-Dash has a complex in what's the reason for beef?" lower Manhattan, DD172, Dash responded. "That's stuwhere he has two music stu-pid. What's the reason for dios and an art gallery, and beef? People die, people don't also publishes a magazine feel good -I want people to and maintains Creative-laugh. What's up, y'all?" Check Us Out On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter @ Twitter .com/FLSENTI,ELB J-lo's Ex Blocked From Selling Sex Movie ,, LOS ANGELES Jennifer won a court order Monday barring her first husband from making their sex life public at least fora day. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant issued a temporary restraining order blocking dis tribution of a proposed movie, "The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story." The order is in effect until a hearing on whether to extend it is completed. That hearing was scheduled to resume Tuesday. Lopez sued Noa on Friday for $10 million, claiming he breached a prior confidentiali ty agreement by intending to sell a movie containing hours of home video footage, includ ing some showing Lopez in sexual situations on their 1997 honeymoon. lil wavne's Rock Album Rolling Out Next Month LILWAYNE NEW YORK -., After much delay, rapper Lil tock-inspired album,. "Rebirth," is now slated for a December 15 release d a{e according to Universal Mu."s ic Group. The set was originally sched:. ule'd 7. Th.e first sin-:. gle, "Prom Queeh," reached: No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. Guest artists t4e members of rock band Fall Out Boy; tenny Kravitz,: Travis Barker and Canadian rapper Drake. Lil Wayne plays guitar on most of the tracks. The leaked song "Fix My Hat" is one of the few rap tracks that made it onto the "Rebirth" set. Jav-z Performs 'Empire State Of Mind' At Yankees Parade "Let' s hear it for New York, New York, New York!" Jay-Z took hip-hop to the World Series earlier this month and on Friday (November 6) he took it to the teams World Series victory parade. Not only did Hov ride one of the floats with Yankee .star Alex Rodriguez during the parade down the Canyon of Heroes, he closed out the cer emony at City Hall for the Bronx Bombers. JAY-Z the audience. "Please welcome a great Yankee fan and a great New Yorker: Jay-Z." Of course, the anthem Bloomberg was referring to :::D c z m 3: m m :::D After giving out keys to the city to the entire Yankee orga nization including team cap tain Derek Jeter-New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a "special treat." "His song has become one of the newest anthems of the Yankees," Bloomberg told was "Empire State of Mind, which Jay-Z and Alicia Keys performed at Yankee Stadiu1nil just before game 2 of the 0 Series :::D ------------------------------------------g Disney's A Christmas Carol -Jim Carey stars in this animation of Charles Dicken's classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge. Disney should have passed on this one. [**%] The Vampire's Assistant -You will enjoy this vampire story. Check it out![***] This Is It -A last look at the greatest entertainer of all times Michael Jackson. You really don't want to miss this movie.[**** and then some.] Paranormal Activity -A couple is haunted by a demon in their apartment. This movie cost $15 thousand to make and has made $61M since it was released 3 weeks ago. Not for kids. [***] Law Abiding Citizen -Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler star in this wellwritten suspense/thriller. Must see! (****] The StepfatherA mother's son returns from military school to find out his new stepfather is a serial killer. [***] Couples Retreat -Vince Vaughn stars in this light comedy about couples vacationing at a tropical island resort. No. 1 at the box office . $35M. [**%] Zombie/and ,.. A comedy mixed with suspenseful scenes of zombies eating, the living. Different. (***] Pandorum-Ben Foster {3:10 to Yuma) and Dennis Quaid star in this sci-fi horror movie that is surprisingly good. Worth Seeing! [***%] Surrogates -Bruce Willis should have passed on this remake of 1-. Robot II. [**] Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs -Kids and adults will love this animation. Worth Seeing! [***%] I Can Do Bad All By Myself-TYler Perry comes through again with this tear-jerker drama starring T araji P Henson. (****] . .. . ;., WhiteoutA so so whodunit thriller with a disappointing ending. [**% ] Shorts-Over-the-top comedy. Wait for the video.\*%] Gamer-Waste of money. Not for kids under 18. [* Final Destination-You know the ending to this tired franchise. A grisly waste of time. Still, No. lat box office-$27.4M. [*Yz] Inglorious Bastercf$- z c :2 c

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0'1 0 Entertainment a: UJ co :ii: UJ > 0 z Jackson's Funeral Cost Nearlv $1M c a: u.. MICHAEL JACKSON LOS ANGELES --Michael Jackson's private family funeral was fit for a king and had a price tag to match: roughly $1 million, according to court documents released Tuesday. Although Jackson died in June and had a large public tribute at the Staples Center in C Los Angeles in July, the pria: vate family funeral held Sept. u.. 3 appeared to have been C arranged with urgency. z <( Legal requests for payments > filed with estate administra<( tors by attorneys for Jackson's mother only three W days before the scheduled burial noted that if payment > was not received by the funera: al home and the Glendale w > Police Department by Sept. 1, W "the funeral will not proceed." c w :I: en :J m ::J a. z i= UJ ..J ..J ::J m I ..J w z i= z UJ en <( c a: 0 ..J u.. The lawyers warned that such a would cause Katherine Jackson and the family "public embarrassment and added grief, along with the daunting task of having to make new arrangements." There was no indication of resistance by the administra tors, who approved payment of all expenses and reimburse ment of Michael Jackson's sister Janet for an advance payment to Forest LawnGlendale of $49,000. The final tally of costs included $855,730 to Forest Lawn for cemetery and funer al charges including the pur chase of other plots within the same mausoleum that houses Jackson's body. Also listed were: $35,000 for burial garments; $1,975 for wardrobe for the family; $2,000 for usher costumes; $3,682 for framing of a photo graph of Jackson next to the casket; $959 for embroidery; $11,716 for invitations and programs; $16,000 for flowers; $30,000 for cars and security; and $15,000 for a funeral designer. There was also a charge of $21,455 for the "funeral repast" at a restaurant after the ceremony. Warhol's Michael Jackson Sells For S812K NEW YORK--A "Thriller"era silk-screened portrait of Michael Jackson created by Andy Warhol has sold for $812,500 to an anonymous collector. The artwork sold at Christie's in New York City Tuesday evening. Christie's estimated that the painting would sell for $500,000 to $700,000. The 1984 portrait depicts a smiling Jackson in a jacket with squiggles of red and yel low in his hair. 50 Cent Pavs over A Million S For Securitv so CENT NEW YORK --Celebrities are always trying to build walls around themselves, lit erally and figuratively, and those walls cost money. This week, rapper 50 Cent, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, admitted that he spends $20,000 a week on security at his Farmington, Connecticut, mansion. "My home is surrounded by cameras. I need surveillance not only to look out for me, but also to protect me. You get all these crazy lawsuits, and I need cameras to check on things." Jackson's security costs work out to a little over $1 million a year. Although spending more on security in two weeks than the average American's year ly income may seem excessive, Jackson's expenditlires are in the lower end of what most high-profile indi viduals pay to protect themselves, their families and their property. 50 Says His Power Fragrance 'Smells Like Success' 50 Cent got a chance to get up close and personal with the people, taking pictures with fans at Macy's. His new cologne, Power by 50 Cent, is in stores now. "The fragrance Power was an idea I came up with," 50 said before the event started. "I wanted to offer confidence. I wanted to make something that smells like success. 50 is coming out with a perfume for women soon, with Kim Kardashian as the spokeswoman. On Monday, the digital version of so's Before I Self Destruct came out, while the physical LP lands in stores November 16. Katt Williams Was Arrested For Stealing Jewelrv An'd Coins The day after comedian Katt Williams was arrested for burglary and criminal trespassing in Georgia fol lowing an alleged home inva sion, details about the inci dent continue to trickle out. Williams was said to have a crowbar when he entered a home in Newnan, about 40 miles southwest of Atlanta. He allegedly stole $3,555 in jewelry and collectable coins. The victim, identified in a police report as Daniel Broach, called police to report the break-in. The 38-year-old Williams remained jailed Monday (November 9) in suburban Atlanta after a Coweta County judge set bond at more than $41,000 during a court hearing. The comedian's lawyer, William Briggs, said his client had been staying for three weeks with "full per-KATT WILLIAMS mission" on the property of producer Barry Hankerson while filming a movie. Briggs said that Williams was involved in a dispute with one of Hankerson's employees, who fabricated the incident. In a recording of a 911 call obtained by TMZ, the caller says Williams wouldn't let him leave and "threatened to beat me up." The caller also said he wasn't sure if Williams had a weapon. Subscribe Today! ''# F l. 0 n I 0 ,-_ JUSenUneJBulletin

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MRS. EVELYN FLORENCE CARTER Homegoing services for Mrs. Evelyn Florence Carter "Big E," of 5032 E. Sligh Avenue, Apt. D, who away Monday, November 2, 2009, will be held on Saturday, November 14, 2009, at 11 a. in. at Allen Temple AME Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, Pastor Willie J. Cook, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Evelyn Florence Carter was born September 23, 1946, in Tampa. She loved to joke with people and spend time with her family. Evelyn was preceded in death by: her parents, Washington and Catherine Wallace; son, Lorenzo Wallace; sister, Delores Scott; brother, Jimmy Wallace; niece, Elinda Fay Russell; nephews, Gregory Jones and Larry Bivens; and godson, Henry Jackson. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Herbert Stubbins and wife, Linda, Freddie Carter and wife, Kennyetta, Troy Davis, Marie Adams and husband, Charlie, Cecilia Pollonais and husband, Alphonso, Catherine Espinosa, Shawnda Stubbs, Wanda Stubbs and Angela O'hara; grandchildren, Tameka (Kenyata), Lorenzo, Jr., Donte', Maurice, Xavier, Artavius, Charlie, Jr., Markist, Melinda, Michael (Tiffany), Tremaine, Eduardo, Genaldo, Herbert, Jr., Herbert, II, Edward, Demetrius, T. J., Ahmad, Omari, Kayon D. Kayon B., Charlie, Franchisha, Monica, Gloria, Kia, Jasmin, Adriana, Soleita, Olivia, Antrici and Hershawnda; great grandchildren, Michael, Jr., Amoni, Saniya, Mairaha, Ibreanna, Donte', Jr., Saniya E. Justin, Everett, Antiones, Stephan, Jaque and Taleaa; brothers, Eugene Wallace, Berry Wallace and Washington Wallace, Jr.; sisters, Lillie Bivens, Lizzie Jones, Ruth Branton, Leola McGill and Sarah Clemons; devoted friends, Karen, Helen, Alice, May and Eva; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, November 13, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralbome.net MR. WILLIE W. MCCULLOUGH Homegoing graveside services for Mr. Willie W. McCullough of Seffner, FL, who passed away, Friday, October 30, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 14,2009, at 2 p. m. at Mayberry Cemetery, Seffner, Rev. D. Wilson, officiating. Internment will follow. Mr. McCullough was born on October 1, 1934, in Troy, Alabama. He_ accepted Christ at an early age in Troy, Alabama. Willie loved fishing, gardening, and watching football and baseball games. He was preceded in death by his parents, Wealth McCullough and Wilma Neal McCullough. He leaves fond memories with: his wife, Delores McCullough; children, L. W. Lee, Kennedy F. McCullough, Kenny Knight, Frank Webb, Jr., Elizabeth Jones and Audrey Saddler; 13 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren; brother, Roosevelt McCullough; and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins; special friends, Melvin Story, best friend of 40 years, Robert Moore, William Carswell, Terry Rich, Leo Randolph and Ted Milton; and other relatives and friends. The family and friends are asked to meet at the graveside on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralbome.net BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM EZRA 'WHEYES' HALL you on your 28t birthday. You will forever be loved and missed. Your sisters, Ieisha, Tamika and Shericka; kids, Yahsaac, Yahzra and Yah'arra; nephews, Khyred and Tony; nieces, Ronnecia and Mya; brothers, Marty and Randy; and mom, Flora Brown. l i I MRS. GRACIE M. PARKER 'LIL MA' The homegoing celebration for Mrs. Gracie Parker, affectionately called "Lil Ma," of 7003 Glenview Drive, Tampa, who passed away Friday, November 6, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 14, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Tabor M. B. Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, Tampa, Pastor T. D. Leonard, Rev. Dr. H. L. Daniels, Pastor of New Friendship M. B. Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Parker was born April 12, 1935, to the late Leaman McGilvery and Josephine Daniels. She was a native of Clayton, AL, and was educated in the school system there. She was united in holy matrimony to George Parker over 43 years ago. They later moved to Tampa, and resided in the Carver City area for quite some time. She was employed as a worker on the food assembly line for many years. Her hobbies included cooking, baking, spending time with loved ones and hosting family gatherings. Gracie accepted Jesus Christ into her life at an early age at New Salem Baptist Church in Clayton, AL. She was p1eceded in death by: her father, Leaman Mc.:Gilveiy; mother, Josephine Daniels-McGilvery; siste1s, Mal"ie Turner, Flora Stokes, Robbie McGilvery, and Jewelleen Glanton; brothers, Cassie McGilvery, Bryder Daniels, Bill Daniels, Grady McGilve1y and Bobby McGilvc1y; and son-in-law, William "Lucky" Thompson. She leaves to cherish her memory: her loving and devoted husband, George Parker; a dedicated and caring daughter, Johnnie Mae Thompson; 4 grandchildren, Lorenzo Thompson and fiancee, Yolanda Thomas, Reggie Thompson and wife, La Trona, Vaughnsha Thompson and wife, Tikini, and Carlo Thompson and fiancee, Candace Hicks; 9 great grandchildren, Taylor Robinson, Devonte Graham, Nickolas Thompson, La Kiya Thompson, Natasha Thompson, Shayla Thompson, A'miyah Thompson and Carlo Thompson, Jr.; sisters, Rillie Mae Floyd and husband, Hosea and Nettie Colbert and husband, Frank; aunt, Leola Grubbs; sister-in-law, Rosie; and a host of other loving and sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Ave., Tampa, Friday evening (today) from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will arrange from 7003 Glenview Drive. Friends are asked to assemble at the church approximately 12:45 p.m., Saturday for the service. Professional services and arrangements by Chandler's Funeral Chapel of Bradenton, FL, Mr. Todd Chandler, owner, Ms. Ka Tina N. Davis, Licensed Funeral Director in Charge. CHANDLER'S FUNERAL CHAPEL (941) 747-6555 Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 R-\YMO"''D ANDERSON 1 F D. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Fmnily Can Nleet Your Fmnilv's Needs "' I JoHN HARMON Lrn.813 626-8600 mms HARMoN Lh> L. ........ ........ :J?.Q9..?. .. .. .. . .. . ......... earth tlas No That tlflaVfln Cannot tlflal. MR. CHARLES JEROME GEORGE Homegoing services for Mr. Charles Jerome George, who passed away on Thursday, November 5, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 14, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Greg Hill of First John M. B. Church, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery Mr. Charles was born in ;:!! Tampa, ori April 11, 1981, to 0 Cassandra Ennis and Michael :!;! George. He attended the pub-C lie schools in Hillsborough )> County and received his GED. (JJ Charles also completed a cer-m tification program with RAMS Z Electrical Apprenticeship :::! Program and worked numer-i!ij ous job assignments through r RAMS. His number one pas-m sion was spending time with c: his family and also his love of r basketball. Charles was a fun I loving person who will be greatly missed-by everyone z that knew his kindness. He leaves to cherish his memories: his mother, Ill cassandra; father, Michael; I two sisters, Teresa and Orelia; (i) a great aunt, Geraldine ::::t McLane; three aunts, m Jacquelyn Ennis-Peterson C (Edward), Angela Ennis and m Dorothy Alexander; seven fii uncles, Charles Ennis :::C (Cheryl), Carl Ennis, Edward < George, James George, -i Raymond George and Ronald C: Rockingham (wife); nephew, rn Darius Roach, Jr.; and a host C of loving cousins, great cousins and loving friends. -.... Visitation for Mr. Charles l> Jerome George will be held Z Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. C at Harmon Funeral Home. ., :::c The family will receive friends C at Harmon from 7-8 p. m. > Please assemble at the < funeral home on Saturday morning at 10:45. a. m. for homegoing service in memory of Mr. Charles Jerome George. A HARMON BURIAL t

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0') 0 0 N Funerals/Memoriams ,.... a: w CD w > 0 z >= ct 0 a: u. Homegoing services for Mrs. Johnnie Mae Greene, who passed away November 8, 2009, in :1. local hospital, will be held Saturday, November 14, 2009, at Christ United Methodist Church, 3304 E. Columbus Drive at 12 noon, Rev. Aaron Wilds, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Cemetery. > Mrs. Greene was born in <1: Bainbridge, GA. C She was preceded in death Q: by: her mother and father; 2 LL brothers; husband, Freddie C Greene, Sr.; daughter, Z Laverne Greene; and son, 2 brothers, Joe Brown W {Jackie) and Benjamin Battle; C 17 grandchildren, Marilyn W -Shaw, Parthenia Steward {George), Deitra Cowen :::i {Adrian), Erick Greene, m Lorraine Boone, Tabrea ::;) Shaw, Curtis Boone, Freddie C. Greene, III, Rickie King, Jr., z Jamie Greene, Ashley Greene, j:: Abira Greene, Dontavion W King, Asheana King, Darrick :j King, Alexis Greene and ::;) Lillian Shaw; 24 great grandm children, Caleb, Heaven, ..J Savanna, Jalen, Tyler, Adain, W Ashton, Maleek, lsiah, Elijah, Z Amaris, Darnisha, Lorenzo, i= Adriana, Desiree, Freddie, IV, Z Joshua, Ja'Naiya, Javoris, w en Tabias, Jr., Isis, Terbira,
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Memoriams/Card Of Thanks IN LOVING MEMORY ON YOUR BIRTHDAY RODERICK WILLIAMS BUCKLON November 13, 1975-July 3, 2009 You left me much too soon, I did get the chance to say goodbye. But I know you are at peace, your spirit will live forever within me. I find myself awake at night, listening for your call, telling me you are on your way home, open the door, you did have your key. But, all praise to God, He reached out and touched your soul and carried you through another door. A door will never be closed or locked again. You were a true soldiet. I miss your talks, laugh and smile. You are missed by your family and friends, two special friends, Eugene Davis and Dony Campbell. As you signed your name, Roderick Bucklon, Little Roger, All The Way Live and from another Brother in Christ. IN MEMORY OF NATHANIEL FISHER'S BIRTHDAY NATHANIEL FISHER December sth will be 10 years of his passing. This was our favorite time of the year, which I miss enjoying with him so much and I love him still. Rest on my love. Love always, his wife, Gloria and family. 'Earth has no sorrow that heaven can not heal.' BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DARLENE THOMAS 11-13 Happy birthday, Darlene, a loving mother, grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. Love, Lionel, LaTarra, Linda, Jabez, D'Lanea, Xavier, Michael, Michelle, Jay, Jimbo, Wanda and Ybor City Posse. CARD OF THANKS BARBARA C. BAITY The family of Barbara C. Baity would like to thank everyone for their cards, flowers, food, prayers, telephone calls, visits, and all other acts of kindness shown during our time of bereavement. May God bless you all. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DIANE TAYLOR November1o Thinking of you on your birthday and always. We love and miss you. "Love," Morris, Cosby, Williams and Taylor family. IN LOVING MEMORIAM KEVIN S. ALLEN 6/14/84-11/9/02 Kevin, it's been 7 years since you left us. You are missed and loved by all. Love, mother, father, brothers, sisters, family and friends. God loves you. Rest in peace. CARD OF THANKS ORETHA JACKSON CHATMAN Words can't express the kindness that everyone has shown ,1,1& .during our time of sadness. Thanks for all the flowers, cards, food and phone calls. Special thanks to Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, Rev. Quantai Washington, Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church. Love to all, Ron, Jasmine, Joey and family. CARD OF THANKS MRS. ANNIE LEE JENNINGSGODWIN Local The familv of Annie Lee Jennings-G.odwin, would like to express our hemtfclt appreciation to everyone for your cards, phone calls, flowers, food, visits and all acts of kindness. A special thanks to the members of Mountain Top In t ern;i tional, Brown' s Memorial C.O.G.I.C. and Aikens Funeral Home. The Godwin family. Support Needed For American Cancer Societv Relav For Life Of East Tampa "'T1 :0 0 z 0 < m s:: (l] m :0 ...... w 1\.) 0 0 (() "11 r 0 :0 Walkers, cancer survivors (anyone who has ever been diag0 nosed with cancer), community leaders, civic-minded hard work-)> ers are all needed to make the American Cancer Society Relay CJ> m For Life a reality in East Tampa. The first kickoff meeting for the z American Cancer Society Relay For Life will be held on Monday, :::! Nov. 16 at Game Works in Centro Ybor at 6 pm. The goal of the i!fi event is to raise funds and awareness of the fight against cancer r;in East Tampa. OJ Relay For Life is a unique fundraising event that allows par-ticipants from all walks of life including patients, medical sup-port staff, corporations, civic organizations, churches and com-:::! munity volunteers to join together in the fight against cancer. Z Relay For Life is a team event where participants walk around a "'D track relay style overnight Teams of cancer fighting enthusiasts will gather at Young C Middle Magnet School on May 14, 2010 to show their support CJ> and dedication ffi Fundraisers and volunteers from the East Tampa community 0 are needed to begin planning now for this event. "Relay For Life is as much an nwareness raiser about the early m detection and cancer prevention as it is a fund raiser," said Michael Dove, Relay For Life of East Tampa Chair. Volunteers are needed to organize and recruit teams; seek ffi community support ; and underwrite, coordinate logistics, find en refreshments and prizes, plan entertainment, and lend their sup0 port in any way If you would like to join the Relay For Life in East Tampa as a )> volunteer or team participant, call the American Cancer Society at 813 .319. 5917 or visit the website, www.relayforlife.org/east-"TT tampafl. :0 WH.ATEVER TH. E TIME OF YEAR. be FUNERAl, HO!\U 3000 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 0

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8 Local National ri ..-a:: UJ co UJ > 0 z Cl a:: u. an macaque monkey siinilar to the one seen in East Tampa on Wednesday. Wildlife officers ask anyone who comes in contact with the monkey to call their' toll free nmnber, BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Macaque Monkev Avoids Traps In East Tampa Fish and Wikllife Conservation Commission his office recei\ed the first call a t 11:0 7 a m The monkey was observed in the area of Sligh Avenue and North 30th Street Upon arrival in the area, traps were set but the animal proved to be elusive and cials were unahle to captuni it The last thne it it was in the 3000 block' of E Elm Street, he said. Morse further stated that the monkey may or may not be someone's pet. "It could be a pet or it eould be the same one seen in Clearwater several months ago, we just don't know." careful because a monkey had been seen in the area h e thought it was a joke. But, she told h'im it was no joke. Portier said th ey contact ed authorities and were t o ld it was probabl y a raccoon or some other a nimal. But the resid e nts of th e weren't t o accept that : qf4fM.Jse theyiknew it was a monkey;> ; In faet, Porii'er;said they Iiad gotten theirJ.field glasses ;jnd determined what it was b e fore officia'lkarrived. I think they (officials) knew it too, but the y didn t want us to get ups et. It was sca r e d stayed in a fetal posi tion most of the time. It went higher in the trees, but it would look down at the crowds from time to tim e." s. Carolina Toddler Killed In Drive-Bv Shooting SHANIYAH BURDEN WALTERBORO SC ---A !South mother fruit Jessly to 20-jmonth-old toddler, 'shaniyab-Bul'tlenfrom a barrage of bullets in a drive b y shooting that killed the baby and two adults a nd injured at least five others, relatives said Tues da y R e latives said th e victims were playing cards Monda y night in the front yard of th e small beige bungalow in th e small town of W a lt erboro when a car pulled up and opened fire. The mother tried to shield the baby, but the bullet went through the baby's head and through the mother' s arm. 3 UT Football Plavers Arrested For Robberv Cl Shortl y after 11 a. m., o n ff: Wednesday, residents in East c Tampa observed a strange Z animal in their neighborhood <( A Florida Fish and Wildlife H e also said that a colony of macaqu e monk eys live at Silv e r Springs in Orlando, and it could very well have come fimn the re. Macaque monkeys primarily live on a diet of fruits and sometimes seeds. However, they are carriers of diseases. Anyone coming in contact with the animal is ad : vised not to approach it and don't try to capture it. Portier said the animal moved very quickly and avoided traps that had been set for it He also said he did n't understand why they did n't try to tranquilize it then. Richardson And Jackson The victims told police the y were in a parked vehicle near Tennessee's campus when two m en, one brandishing a handgun, approached. The suspects demanded whatever the victims had but left y mpty-handed when victims showed they had no money. Cl ffi ::> 1-Officer climbed a ladder and identified it as a macaque monkey. According to Gary Morse, spokesperson for the Florida Frank Portier said when his neighbor told him to be Officials are unsure where the monkey went after leaving that location. Some residents say it headed toward the Rogers Park while others said it headed toward Rowlett Park KNOXVILLE, TN --Three freshman Tennessee football players are charged with an attempted armed robbery. Knbxville police say Nu'Keese Richardson, Janzen Jackson and Mike Edwards were arrested after the incident early Thursday. 5006 E. BROADWAY AVE. 813-300-9107 STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS aMY GOAL IS CUSTOMER SATISFACTION" THANKS TO ALL MY CLIENTS & FRIENDS FOR YOUR .. . : The suspects drove off with a third man in a Toyota Prius. Police located the car and the victims identified Richardson and Edwards. Tennessee athletic director Mike Hamilton says he is evaluating the incident. CONTINUED LOYALTY & TRUST FREDDIE WILSOrq Bail Agent I .:'k SERVING: TAMPA p MIAMI p NEW YORK p GEORGIA LOS ANGELES AND MANYCITIES IN FLORIDA John 3:16-For God so lqved the world, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

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Crime 6 Charged With Credit Card Fraud, Racketeering JOSE RODRIGUEZ-FERRO JOSE VALDEZ-SUAREZ On Tuesday afternoon, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested six people on 66 counts each of credit card fraud after they reportedly used stolen credit card numbers and racked up more than $13,000 at a Walmart Store. Jose Rodriguez-Ferro, 28; Lazaro FernandezIglesias, 30; Jose ValdezSuarez, 27; Noelvis Carbonell Ordonez, 28; Ariel Salenetorres, 28, LAZARO FERNANDEZIGLESIAS NOEL VIS CARBONELLORDONEZ ELIZABETH ROBAINA and Elizabeth Robaina, 20, were arrest at the Walmart Store at 8220 North Dale Mabry. Besides the fraudulent use of credit card charges, all six face charges of racketeering and grand theft. Rodriguez-Ferro and Fernandez-Iglesias have no bail. Ordonez, ValdezSuarez, and Robaina's bail are $149,000 and Salenorres' bail is $105,000. ------------------------------------------------UNCLESANDY ... 6J 18J 30 "Putting off for tomorrow what you can do today 24J 33J 46 just delays the inevitable 17, 38, 57: N. 56th Street, Ste. 13 FL 33617 Office (813} 988 7881 Open 24Hours 7DaysAWeek "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won't Have To Sit" Shooting Victim Dropped Off At Hospital Javonta McLarin at the age of 10. ST. PETERSBURG -On Wednesday evening, St. Petersburg Police officers responded to All Children's Hospital on a report of a per son shot. Through the investigation, it was determined that Javonta McLarin, 15, was the rear passenger in a vehicle that several shots were fired into. McLarin was struck in the upper body and sustained non-life threatening injuries A crime scene was located in the 3800 block of 11th Avenue, South. Details surrounding the shooting are unknown at this time and detectives are following up on all leads and developing suspects. McLarin is the second person to be dropped off at All Children's Hospital after a shooting. On October 22, 2009, Christopher Darden, 21, was dropped off at All Children's Hospital after he was shot. He stumbled through the main entrance of the hospital and later collapsed and died. ANTHONY GIBSON, 27, delivery of cocaine, possession of cocaine. PRINCE BRUCE, 45, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of marijuana, sale of marijuana Deputv Shooting Ruled Justified PINELLAS COUNTYOn Tuesday, the Offic e of State Attorney Bernie McCabe released a decision on the October 29th shooting that involved Pinellas County deputies and an Indian Shores Police officer. The suspect, Kentin Brooks, 26,wasshotby deputies and the police officer when he opened fire on them following a brief pursuit. The shooting occurred in the area of 19100 Gulf Boulevard. KENTIN BROOKS The State Attorney's Office ruled the shooting was justi fied. Counhouse Capers VINCENT SHARKEY, 44, domestic battery by strangulation TELl CIA GOODWIN, 25, dealing in stolen property SAM BURTON, 37, aggravated battery domestic MARK COUNCIL, 52, battery (domestic violence) REGINA MCKINNES, 29, possession of cocaine grand theft auto :IJ c }< z 0 < m s: m m ::c .... (A) 1\) 0 0 CD r 0 :IJ (/) m z :::! z m r;IJI c r r m :::! z "tJ c Ill r en ::1: m c m < m -f c m (/) c ?< )> z c :!! c ?<

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m 0 0 C\1 M' ,.. a: w al :E w > 0 z c a: u. c u. c z < c CJ) w ... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :J m 0.. z j:: w ...J ...J m I ...J w z j:: z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J u. Ken serves on his neighborhood Family Support and Resource Center's (FSRC) Council to make a real difference in his community, while his daughters Kaleigh and Jaelyn enjoy the FSRC's many toddler classes that help them learn, grow and build friendships with other children. Funded in part by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play groups, mentoring, mobile health services, job skills training and much more! Most important, FSRCs provide the resources residents themselves determine to be most needed. Discover the Resource Center near you! Visit www.DreamsWorthGrowing.com or call 813-229-2884 to learn more about how your Children's Board can help. Because Every Child is a Dream Worth Growing. Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing

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. SECTION FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13,2009 B Communitv lakes Dedicated To Honor 21n East Tampa East Tampa residents turned out recently to honor two of their ovm. Two storm water ponds have been transformed into beautiful recreation areas and dedication cere monies were held 45 minutes apart The Robert Cole, Sr. Community Lake is at 1798 E. Dr. MLK Blvd. Mr. Cole is a community activist and longtime businessman. The other is Herbert D Carrington, Sr Community Lake and is located at 3403 E Caracas Mr. Carrington passed away in 2006 at the age of 107. The two recreation areas were dedicated on October 21, 2009. (Photography by Brunson) From left to right, City Council Chairman, Rev. Thomas Scott, Mayor Pam Iorio, Evangeline R. Best, honoree Robert L. Cole, Sr., City Council member Gwen Miller and Dianne Hart, CEO, East Tampa Business and Civic Association. From left at the Cole Lake dedication were: Tony Cole, Sr., Nathan Hayes, Sr. Phil Walker, Todd Cole and Eddie Smith, III. Baseball great, Gary Sheffield joined Mr; Cole at the dedication. Les Miller attended the dedication ceremony. Mayor Iorio presents commemorative plaque to Robert Cole, Sr. Mayor Iorio presents the plaque to Herbert Carrington, Jr. Harry T. Morris, a friend of Mr. Carrington, attended the dedication. From left, City Councilwoman Gwen Miller, Herb Carrington, Jr., Mayor Pam Iorio, Luella Carrington, Davina Carrington and Cedric Carrington. From left to right at the Carrington Community Lake Dedication: Yolanda Cabrera-Liggins, Carla Jackson, Shannon Edge, Evangeline Best and Molbert Scrivens. From left, Nellie Bythewood, Ralph Meteye and Denese Meteye James at the dedication ceremony at Carrington Community Lake.

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MS. CAMRIE JUNE MS ... Birthday wishes are being sent out to Ms. Camrie on her 1st birthday on Nov. 13th at MacFarlane Park. Come rock with Dora, friends and family. With much love from mommy (Ro-Ro), daddy (Boobay), grandma (Shawn), granddaddy (Ronnie Marcus and cousin (Jamiya). Happy 1st Birthday, Ke'Moni Lee SHAY, KE'MONI AndKEON Happy birthday to our baby girl who will be turning one on the 17th Happy Birthday Ms. Santella, a.k.a., Ms. Peaches SANTELLA, POOH BEAR And KELA I can truly say today that I am too blessed to be stressed I will be celebrating with family and friends on 11-13-09 at a club near you! With love, mom, stepdad, Stunna Like My Daddy KE'MONI And DADDY Happy birthday Lil Mama, from mommy and happy birthday, from daddy. Hey, Hey, Hey Today's My Day (Happy Birthday To Me) kids and brothers BERNIE So go on your journey because you can't party with Bernie. IVYONNA ROSEMAN Sending a very special birthday shout out to Miss Ivyonna, who's turning the big "one" on Nov. 14. From, your mother and father, LaShuna, dad, Reshad, and devoted, caring and loving grandma, LaShun Dowdell (Miss Shun), great grandmas, Alberta Dowdell and Arie L. Williams, aunties, uncles, great aunts, great uncles, cousins, and godmothers, Tyesha Tisha and Miss Cyndee. We love you very much. MZ. TYRA FISHER TARIYAH DENISE TOLBERT Happy birthday wishes to a very special lady, Ms. TaRiyah Tolbert. Her birth day is today, but she will be celebrating tomorrow with family and friends We love you, Brittney, Indiyah and family. JAYLYNN will tum 8 years old Nov. 15th. Love you much, Granny Dee. STEFONlQUE Happy birthday Buona. She will be celebrating her birthday with family and friends. Love, mommy and stepdad dy ., r-0 c )> en m z ::! z m '=" m MRS. CLAUDETITE ? Happy birthday wishes go out to z From,Ke:.Ke, Le-Le; "1:1. Lacreacy, Ra-Ra and Dre. gj We thank God .for you and rwish you many more. m c m Yellow Jackets_, It-'s That Time Of Year Again: rii *THE BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL ALTHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB * K & G0LOgCHRISTMAS DANCE / Saturday, December 19,2009 ( v fg A special birthday wish goes The Letter Carriers' Hall 9 PM.-1 A.M. out to Mz. Tyra Fisher. 3003 W. Cypress Street Tampa, Florida "" Tyra is an honor roll student, \ .. T14kets: $15.00-& BYOF.Set Ups Will Be S9l and a cheerleader for Door Prizes Will Be Given Away 0 Brandon Bears JV team, -$l This _YearWe'veAddedAiittleTwist:TheCiassThatBringsOutTheLargest-* ., Number Of Attendees Will Get A Special Prize! They Don't Have To All Be ::D which has won 2 grand cheerBlake Alumni; Just Brought By Someone Who Is One. leading competitions. Contact Cheeks Jennio s 254-2229 Or 546-7789 Or An Member C --TY..,:a; ,;keep:up"the{good ------grades at school -and cheerleading. :sen: , ...... . f.oU()Vti Us:'OI'I @ TWitter:.com/FLSENTINELB -' . ;. : . BRUNSON PHOTOGRAPHY Weddings Portraits Family & .. ___ Class

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0') All About You! M' a: w CD w > 0 z > < 0 a: LL Congratulations Happy 2nd Birthday, Lil Ty TY, JESSICA, TY'LEIAH And LIL TY TYRON TYRONAnd TY'LEL<\H God blessed us with you on 11-14-07 and what a blessing you are! We love you Poppy! Happy birthday Poppy. Love, your Leiah. With lots of love from your family. REGINA And AJA JACKSON 11/15/08 Homecoming Queen Congratulations on your 1 year wedding anniversary. Love, mom, dad, Kat, Pop, Zaryah, Darnell and favorite sis ter, Sabrina, a.k.a., Head, Caver City. TONE Yeah, this is your boy, Tone! Gone but never forgotten! Showing some love to everybody at Quincy: T, Tony, Tater, T-House, Lo, Redd D, D., N. 0., BJ, Blue, Maine, Brooks, Major, Tooth-Pick, Shaud and P-Ricky, just chillin'. We'll be home soon. ' '' :S:\ < -i; ':;: .... '<-.;h" ... ' Subscribe Today! Engagement Announcement VONCILE And BOLO B'IOUSHA GREENE Congratulations!!! We would like to congratulate our beautiful daughter on being Homecoming Queem 2009 at Thomas Jefferson High School. We are so proud of you on all your accomplishments and good w9rk. Dance like no one is watch-B'iousha is the proud ing1 -sing:.like no one. is listen_ -daughter of Rolonda and .. Frarik Greene, III. She is a ing, love like you've never been hurt, and live like it's senior in the graduation class heaven on earth of 2009. B'iousha plans to A \ireamed attend Long Island University by two will always come true. in Brooklyn, New York, and Love, Shanette, Joyce, being a veterinarian is her Nicole, Lakesha and the major. She wants to become family. an aspiring model or actress/singer Broadway star. Congratl,llations B', keep up the good work. We are so proud of you. You deserve it!!! Love, mom, dad, family and I friends. Happy Birthday MZ. NIKAAnd LIL DRE Still standing strong, shining on my own. Don't care how you feel about me, 'cause life goes on. What y'all fail to realize, I stand on my own. Stop worrying about what Mz. Nika does 'cause me and my son we're gonna still stand strong. Love, family. 'Congratulations' MRS. THOMAS, MS. DEAN And JUJU How about a round of applause for Mr. and Mrs. James, who will be coming together as one on November 15, 2009 at the Event Factory, off of West Hillsborough Ave. at 5 p.m. .And't'eDlember what God has brought together no one can tear apart. It's now official Love, your sister, Mrs. Thomas. Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info

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Church Directory GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship -8 AM. Sunday School-9:30AM. Morning Worship -10:50 AM. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 31 07 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 u""''"'L" Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9:30 A.M Mornin' g Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4:30P M Evening Worship 5 P.M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M Bible Study 7:30 P. 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 Chilrch 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 Fqx (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 Line 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 ................. 10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. 5:00 P.M. Evening Worship ................... 6:00 PM. Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 PM. Personal Work: 1st SaL .. 10-12 Noon FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES 4711 21st Ave. REV. 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 Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 ST. MA11HEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 3361 0 (813) 628-0752 *Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7:45 A. M: Sunday School 9:30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday* 7 p.m. study of the Bible Wed. 7 :30 8:30 p.m. Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8:30 -9 p.m. Children & Youth Bible study Wednesday *-8:30p.m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible study 10a.m Youth Bible Institute* 12-4 p .m. Teen Night EV W D SIM. S Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p.m. R '' Pastor 1006 South 50th Stfeet Tampa; .----"""': GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday Morning ChurchSchool@ 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship@ 1l:OOA. Thursday Night Youth Bible Study@ 6:30 P.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting & Bible Study@ College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 Nortl1 30th Street 813-239-3161 .<>unuuat Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship Opportunities Mq:r:ning Worship tt:oo A.M. YPWW -6:00 RM. Evening Worship ?;Q.O P.M .. Sunday School -9:45a.m. Morning Worship-11 a.m. Evening Worship5 p.ril. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7: 30p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 1 0511 Main Street Thonotasassa, Florida DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 11A.M. Bible Study (Wednesday) ?P. M :!! c l< z 0 < m 3::: m m ::u ...I. J,.) N 0 0 CD r-0 :!! c )lo en m z -4 z m r;-m c: r r-z ., c: m r-c;; :X: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )lo z c ::u 6

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Peter writes to inform and encourage the believer dur ing periods of suffering in life He says to them, "Do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering, as though something strange were happening to you" (vs. 12). Every believer must understand that having days or seasons of suffering are a part of the Christian journey. Some days will be good days and some days will be bad. Sometimes your suf-ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Sr. Pastor Sunday: WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service < . -. (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wiBible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by miilistering to the wholeman.H OUtreach Ministry: OOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK fering will be easy to handl e and other days it will b e painful. It is not strange to yo u today because you know that there is an enemy of the cross who is alive and has the purpose of destroying those who believe on the name of Jesus! In addition it is not strange because you have seen and heard of oth ers who have had seasons or periods of suffering Peter recommends to those who suffer to rejoice (vs. 13). The rejoicing is not in the fact that you are going through some uncom fortable pain or ordeal. This is a painful situation! What he is suggesting you rejoice about, is the fact that you get to share in the sufferings of Christ. As a believer or follower of Christ, the enemy will target you. Then the enemy will come after you because you call on the name that is greater than any other name. The blessing in of all this is that you are not forsaken as you go through a period of suffering and trials. There is going to be a glory greater than the suffering that you experience. As the enemy tries to bring some calamity upon you, you can rejoice because you know that you have been chosen St. Marl. Missionary Baptist Churd1 722 t S. Slwrri!l Street Port Tampa Florida 3361 b (813} 839-5263 "Building On i\ firm r ounclatli.m q Stmdav Sdlool 9:30 A.l\t. Sunday Worship -10:55 A.M. Wednesday N1ght Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. lranspori;H io n Avai/,Jble NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 Of (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Earty Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30 A.M. Morning Worship-10;55 A.M. Wed., Family Night-7 P.M. Dea John C. Lovett, Chairman Board or Deacons because of your r e lation s hip in Christ and you can rejoice because you know something greater is going to come out in the end. He presses his claim beyond just suffering to now being insulted. He says that you are blessed if you are insulted because of the name of Jesus Christ (vs. 14). When people insult you they are saying things about you that are hurtful, rude, and offensive. Often times people who do not understand your beliefs or in whom you believe, will say things that are hurtful and offensive. But when people talk about you because of the life you live for Christ, you are blessed. They talk about you because you are blessed and you are blessed when they do talk about you. Being talked about when you live for the King is a part of who you are. Peter warns them to make sure that their suffering is for the right reason. There are those who commit crimes who will suffer and justifiably so; the murderer, FIRST BAPnST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 'Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor's Office: {813) 672 0389 Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mail: fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A.M. 4:1!:Ufiilullft sunday :45AM. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. -Adult Wednesday-? P.M. Youth/Children 7:30 P.M. Adult A Campus For Bit>le lnsti;u;e G,owiro.g The C huch For G!ooal Cha!".ga {Acts 1 6, Rom. 1:8. : T<".es 1 8} th e thi ef, any other criminal, or the meddler (vs. 17). Any of these people who suffer do so because of their actions. Their suffer ing is a consequence of their living. As Christians, our suffer ing should not be because we commit these sins. We should not suffer because these or any other sins because as Christians we ought not to commit them. If you suffer, you want your suffering to be because of righteousness and because you are living the way God has commanded. Suffering is a part of your Christian experience. What makes the difference is why you are suffering and how you respond to it. Remember, as a Christian, you want to suffer because you are living right. Keep in mind that you are blessed when you suffer for righteousness sake When suffering comes, rejoice and praise God; not because of the suffering but because you know that there is a greater glory yet to come. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 North 29th Street, Tampa 248-6600 Senior Pastor Early Worship -7:50a.m. Sunday School -9 :45a. m Morning Worship-10 : 50 a':m. For Transportation Call SISTER BARBARA MCGILL at 621-1155 Tuesday Prayer Service-6:30p.m Bible Study-7:30p.m. Visit our Website or E-Mail us: www.fbcch.org info@fbcch.org

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Local "T1 JJ 0 Visitors Encourage Students To Excel }< z 0 < m 3: llJ m JJ ...... (,) 1\) 0 0 CD Recently, City of Tampa Director, Jim Pinkney visited Van Buren Middle School to give encouragement to the young men involved in the organization. Shown on the front row are: Micheal Mathis, Raul Hernandez, Gabriel Paulino, Jim Pinkney, guest speaker, LaDarius Jones, and JaQuarius Thompson. Shown on the second row: are: Malik Aldrich, Anthony Phillips, Shyheem Barthel, Nickerson Cerome, Keyon Defreitas, Milton Figueroa, Jordan Anderson, Marcus Montgomery, and Wildens Cajuste. Those on the third row are: Eddie McCall, Quinterrius Pace, Jalen Kearney, Roderick Swaby, Elvin Bowen, Timothy Noble, Robert Dennis, Rahjae Clark, and Dominique Igles. State Representative Betty Reed is one of the guests speakers invited to Van Buren Middle School by the Men Of Vision Youth organization. She is shown with Wildens Cajuste, Men Of Vision President, and Dr. JoAnn Redden, Principal ofVan Buren Middle School. encouragement to the stu dents. So far, some of the visitors at the school were Comedian Shorty, Jim Pinkey, of the City of Tampa, State Repre sentative Betty Reed, and Zack Bonner, who launched the Red Wagon Foundation. Bonner, 11, is walking from Atlanta, GA to Washington, D C., to raise money for homeless children Anderson said he invites guest speakers to address the "T1 students to let them know r that ordinary people are doing extraordinary things in their c communities. He plans to > continue introducing the youngsters to guest speakers z and cultural events to let them :::::! know that their goals can be accomplished r;-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Five years ago, Ross Anderson realized that young men needed encouragement and positive influences to suc ceed. At the time, Anderson was a teacher at Sligh Middle School when he founded the Men of Vision organization. Today, chapters of the or ganization can be found on the campuses of Van Buren Middle School, Sligh Middle School, Steinbrenner High School, and Lennard High School. This year, Anderson helped launch WOV, Women of Virtue, a sister chapter of Men Of Vision targeting teenage girls at Van Buren. Ms. Venetia Banks is its sponsor. The purpose of both organi zations is to support students who are dedicated and believe they can make a difference ac ademically and in the growing community in which they live. In addition to stressing aca demic excellence, the organi-3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 8 Keys Made 79 And Up c Latex Flat White Paint. ............ $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set ......................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! l-'Oice of Our Cornrnunity Speaking for 11-se{f,. zations offer cultural experi ences for the students. And this year, Anderson launched a new aspect to the program. He invites people from the community to visit the school and offer words of The Hillsborou g h Action Plan's (THAP) We a therization Program i s a funded program that focuses on increasmg the energy efficiency of homes, thus lower mg the home's energy burden (monthly electnc bill) This is a FREE program for tow-income lies, and priority is given to the elderly, dis abled and families with children under age 12 Jiving in the home THAP's Weatherization Assistance serves Hillsborough and Polk counues .. Call NOW to find out if you qualify for thiS arne on our ser-FREE program and get your n . I vice waiting list! Ask for an apphcauon Weatherization Works in Florida weath-er-i-za-tion: To make (a house or other building) secure against heat, cold or stonny weather, as by adding insulation, reinforcing windows and stopping all forms of air infiltration. Hillsborough & Polk Counties Hillsborough County Office: (813) 626-4926 Fax: (813) 626-9695 Polk County Office : (863) 519-4444 Fax (863) 519-4440 Toll Free: (866) 378-8228 tD c: r r m -4 z ., c: tD c en ::J: m c m < m JJ -< -4 c: m en 0 > z c "T1 JJ 0

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m Local cc w Ill :E 1999 King High School Class Hosts Ybor Citv Event w After 10 years of growing, l ea rning and experiencin g life th e C. Leon Kin g High School class of 1999 ce lebrated their 10-year class reunion in October. The r e union > took place at Teatro' s Restaurant in Ybor City, where everyone e njoy e d great food, fun and r e kindl e d friends hips. The Class Reunion was organized by Sabrina 0 z James-Tshiamalenge, Alaina Simmons, Rose Sloan, Ecedra McGlone and Ronika Bagley. (Photos By Ronika Bagley) c cc L1. 0 cc u.. c z 1-> a: w > w 0 w J: C/) ::::i m ::> a. z w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z z w C/) < 0 a: 0 ...J u.. m I co w Mike Davis, Deontia Tibbs, Jeffery Mitchell and Barron Banks were dressed to impress at the class reunion. Candice Ayers-Small posed before entering the event. Ashanti was on the scene for Katina, Ronika and Kelli, best friends reunited to celebrate 10 years. Angele and Tanya were having a great time with old and new friends. King High's Reunion. The party ended on the dance floor after dinner and mingling.

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Social November Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the fol lowing folks: Hazel Lowery, Doris Day-Underwood, Kelly Michele Golden, Diana Inmon, DianY Fields, Louise Moore, Louise E. Bass, Mary Louise Stanley, Betty Walker, Joey Henderson and Pam Morgan. Surprise! Surprise! Mr. Charlie Robinson was real ly surprised to see so many present to help him celebrate his blessed day on November 2nd. They gathered at Buddy Freddy's for the gala event. His wife, Mrs. Sharon really kept him in the dark. What a marvelous time everyone had. St. Joseph M. B. Church, Rev. Heyward, Interim Pastor and members send birthday greetings to Donto Bryant, Sister Carrie Murphy and Sister Eunice Sneed. Anniversary Happy anniversary to: Mr. and Mrs. Robert {Carolyn) Miller and Mr. and Mrs. John {Francis) Welch. Congratulations! Kelly Michele O'Neal and Carlos Golden, Jr. exchanged their vows, beginning their journey on Saturday, September 12, 2009, at St. John Cathedral. It was well attended by family and friends. Congratulations is also extended to Darean L. Roberts and Ella J. Everett, who exchanged vows on November 5, 2009. Congratulations On Your Retirement Congratulations to Barbara Ephrom Gay upon her recent retirement after 30 years with BayCare Health Systems. Barbara spent 18 years at St. Joseph's Hospital and 12 years at HealthPoint Medical Group, in various supervisory and management positions. She plans to spend more time with family and friends in Stone Mountain, GA, and Tampa, and also to do some volunteer work at St. Peter Claver Catholic School. Barbara is the wife of Hardrick Gay and the mother of Desiree Green, who lives in Stone Mountain with her family. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins Get well wishes are extend-ed to the following Sentinel readers: Rena Kellum and the Dennis family. What the world needs is and love, especially the siclc and shut-ins: Mr. and Mrs. David {Alberta) Shedrick, Mr. and Mrs. Earl {Virginia) Jackson, Lillie Mae Thomas, the Washington family, Mrs. Lena Conyers, Mrs. Archie Mae Wright, Mrs. Lula Philon, Mrs. Ora Lee Alexander, James Beauford, Jr., and Hendry family, Norman McDaniels, Gettis Hendry, the Miles family, and Mildred Siplin. God is good all the time and all the time, God is good. Very happy to see Mrs. Mildred Hanna worshipping in church Sunday. St. James congregation was very happy to see her after her illness, but we will keep her in our daily prayers. Get well wishes go out to: the St. Joseph M. B. Church family, Sis. Evelyn Mobley, Bro. Oscar Hightower, Sis. Sylvia Royal, Bro. and Sis. Wilbert {Elaine) Johnson, Sis. Rutt Mother, George Smith and the Sneed family. Sympathy Our sympathy goes out to the victims in the Orlando and Texas incidents that were recently in the news. Sympathy is extended to the Hightower and Murphy families in the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Lillian Hightower on Sunday, November gth. 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 Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 33689. MB2K would like to recognize Pastor Charles Patrick in his 3rd year of pastoring at Christlike Ministry Church. A special program was held in his honor on Friday night, November 6th, at the church with his visiting Bishop giving an awesome message. It was a Holy Ghost Party! Mr. and Mrs. Johnson honored Mr. and Mrs. Patrick. Scripture {Psalms 14 7:3) "He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds." Thought For Today "Plant a seed of friendship, reap a bouquet of happiness." F.Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his fam ily in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. There's a new helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! Yes We Can! This Roll Callis for Tampa's Finest Only. God Has Answered Your Prayt!l5.1f You Are Looking For A Customized Celebrity look, Then look No Further. 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8 Local N a: w III ::E w > 0 z Choirs Participate In Gospel Music Extravaganza A s t anding-room-only c r ow d con ve r ge d o n Beula h Bapti:;t Institutio n a l Churc h o n Frida y, Oc tob e r 1 6 2009 to hear the s ix fin alis t s p articipatl' in tlw Florida G os p e l Icon Competi ti o n. Attorney Warren Hope Dawson was the Executive Produce r and Maurice Jackson was the Creativ e Consultant and A s sociate Producer. The event was an acknowledgement of Atty. Dawson's 70th birthday. The progra m w a s in m emory of his mothe r Mrs. Naomi Warren Dawson White 0 ( 1911-1983). (Photos by Frederick Harris) a: LL c a: LL c z < c (/) w :::> .... w > w c w :::: (/) ::J m :::> Q. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::> m ...:. w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ...1 LL m I 0 ,.. w CJ Among the key participants in the program were: left to right, Maurice J. Jackson, Tiffany M. Judge, Atty. Warren Hope Dawson, Rev. W. James Favorite, Rev. Mel Harris and Rev. Jimmy Thompson. Mrs. Barbara White gave the occasion and a tribute to Mrs. Naomi Warren White. Are you concerned about your memory? Are you noticing changes in your memory? In cooperation with Alzheimer's centers around the country, the USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute will offer free memory screenings on November 17th from 8:30am -4:00pm. There will be exhibits, lectures on Alzheimer's and mild cognitive impairment at 1 Oam and 1 pm, refreshments ahd more. Bring a bag with all of your prescriptions for a medication consultation with a pharmacist. To make an appointment, please call: (813) 974-4355 BYRD ALZHEIMER'S INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA Jubilant choir members of Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Carrollwood jump for joy after learning that they had been declared "Choir Of The Year." The 34th Street Church of God Choir was one of the finalists. Members are: Brenda Burney Sherrie Berrien, Lucy Scott, Artis Berrien, Jacqueline Berrien, Deborah A. Wilson, Sonja Hadley, Rujel Brooks, Cynthia Ware, Trushielda Hankerson, Jerrlyn Jackson, Claudette Walsh, Gregory Brooks, Sr., Alan T. Horne, Dinicha Harris, Pam Edwards and Carolyn Turner. Members of the Jerusalem Choir of Mulberry are: Clara Darby, Pauline Stephens, Fel Dempsey, Marjorie Porter, Camielle Williams, Leola Smith, Muneery Smith, John Smith, Sherman Stephens, Sheka Williams, Martha and Clara M. Stephens. . . 'r :. FamiN Physicians Of ARMENIA 4710 N. Habana Avenue, Suite #107 Tampa, FL 3$14 (813) 870-3761 FOR MORE INFO OR TO MAKE AN .APPOINTMEN.!, 41 Wendy Dawson Bostic, daughter of the honoree, read the scripture.

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.1. a e are '.1 eet ... N Jlzey Have To /,ast A l_ifetime Sheehv Ankle & Foot Center a: LIJ CD :E LIJ > 0 z c a: u.. c a: LL c z a: w > w c w J:C/) m ll. z tij ..J ..J m I -l w z Foot Pain Ankle Pain Hed Pain \\'ound Care Bunion-; tion: 01 Tam1)a. FL i'Ni<:e. examination or treatment. w CJ) < c a: 0 ..J LL m I N ,... w (!J The human brain a nd bod y need glucose--also known as blood sugar--to function prop erly, and it 's needed in the right amount. When the body fails to make or properly use insulin-a hor mone that takes glucose from the bloodstream and carries it into the body's cells, where it is used for energy--the condition is called diabetes Too much glucose built up in the blood stream can have serious longterm consequences for the kidneys eyes and heart. While most people with dia betes use medication to man age their blood sugar, many Diabetes, Exercise And low Blood Sugar also turn to exercis e Physical activity is lik e a 'sec r e t weapon' in the battl e aga inst th e effects of diab e tes. When you exerc ise, your body becomes more sensitive to th e effects of insulin. For many people with diabetes, regular exercise, such as taking a walk every day, may make it possible to cut the amount of medications they need to control their blood sugar. Because exercise helps to lower blood sugar, some dia betes medications may need to be adjusted to avoid hypo glycemia as you go about your exercise program Hypoglycemia is the medical term for low blood sugar A s udden drop in blood s u ga r ca n h ave serious conse quences. I;:xercise, which nat urally pulls s ugar out of your bloodstream for energy, can trigger a severe drop in blood sugar. Hypoglycemia can bring on a variety of symptoms, from an urgent need to eat in mild cases, to dizziness and confu sion, to--in the most severe ex amples--a seizure, convulsions or coma. Fortunately, it's usually pos sible to raise blood sugar levels quickly by simply eating or drinking a food or beverage that contains carbohydrates (a glass of fruit juice or five or six pieces of hard candy) Medicare Enrollment Deadline Approaching The annual enrollment period for Medicare Part D is underway starting November 15 through December 31. Many Medicare Part D en rollees are concerned about the "doughnut hole," a term coined to describe the gap in prescrip tion coverage According to the Kaiser Foun dation, as many as 14% of en rollees fall into the gap, which occurs when a person's pre scription costs reach $2,700. Coverage resumes when out of pocket spending reaches $4,350. This gap puts a finan cial strain on seniors who typi cally take numerous medications. However, by re viewing medications and plans each year, there may be oppor tunities to avoid the doughnut hole Here are some tips to get you started: Review Your Current Medications Consider Total Cost Why Review Each Year? Each year insurance plans change, including premiums, co-pays and the list of covered drugs. Your own prescription needs change as well. Praying Overtime What's up everybody? My name is Tyrone, I've been around Tampa area for some years now l was young and dumb, started to hang out with the wrong crowds. I was intrcx::luced to heroin and enjoyed it. I was out there stealing from family and friends. Man even from my own mother that's how deep I was into heroin. What can I say? When you out there you don't care about non one but that next fix. I had a wake up call one day, got locked up looking at some time behind bars. While I was In prison I found out that th i s guy used to share with died of AIDS. I was so scared because I used to share needles with this guy, you know! That's when I started to get In touch with my spiritu ally I thank a higher power for all the prayers my mom put over my head. Once. I got out of prison I got checked It came out NEGATIVE. That's when I knew, I had a second chance to get right with myself. Since that experience I have not picked up using and till this day I have not looked at a needle again. ... brick by brick, block by block, callous hand by callous hand ... together ordinary people can do extraordinary things n PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

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Health November Is National Diabetes Month Health Disparities Among Minorities Getting Worse Almost four million African Americans have diabetes. One in four African-American women over 55 years of age are diabetic There is an estimate that So% of Black women and 6o% of Black men are overweight or obese. Factors to diabetes, heart disease, cancers, high blood pressure, and other chronic health condition. Get A Grip On Joint Pain Keeping weight under control plays a critical role in managing these health issues. However, many African Americans face a major hurdle: they are living with chronic )6int pain. ._,: "Every warning from governmental and health organiza tions implores our community to "get movihg" because of the positive impact it has on combating these explains Verona Brewton, Director of Minority Initiatives, Zimmer. "Btit we have failed to make the direct link between painful movement and poor health." A November 2006 Centers For Disease Control (CDC) report revealed that the knee is the joint that causes the most pain. Arthritis is the third most common problem among African-Americans, and arthritis-attributable work limitation disproportionately affects minority groups. According to Jean Pompey, Zimmer's Back in the Groove program representative, "Coping with diabetes and arthritis seemed to be an uphill bat-tle." Before Pompey's double knee replacements, she was not able to exercise. Early intervention is key as there many options to alleviate joint pain. Knee or hip discomfort should not be dismissed as one of the natural signs of aging without discussing it with a primary care physician.' Today's treatment options offer non-surgical solutions, which provide temporary pain relief and more permanent solutions such as joint replacement. Total knee replacement (TKR) is an effective method of reducing pain and improving physical function among those with disabling knee osteoarthritis. For more information, visit www.backinthegroove.zimmer.com or Tampa General Hospital is a Joint Commission-certified primary stroke center, and state-designated comprehensive stroke center. The TGH team of stroke neurologists, neuroradiologists and neurosurge.ons provides patients with the most advanced stroke care ayailable. Our neuroscience program is also recognized for its care of adult and pediatric patients with spinal cord and brain injuries, epilepsy, movement disorders, and tumors of the head, neck and spine. Choose TGH to get your life back on course PhySicianFinder Referral Service 1()..822wDOCS Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine SCHOOL PHYSICALS STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS, M.D., P.A. Board Certified Pediatrician 714 W. MLK Jr. Blvd. Tel: 813-223-6222 Tampa, FL 33603 Fax: 813-223-6020 W'N\. kiddlemd .com Ffealthy Sp1ile Healthy Body Healthier You! Dental Implants Sedation/ Anxiety Management Cosmetic Gum Surgezy T.MERRELL WilliAMS DMO,MS Treatment Of Gum Diseases Hoard Interest Frer Financinq :\uuiluhle T. MERRELL WILL.IAMS, DMD, MS plant Dentistry iodontcs ...,,.,A.Lo,...IY INDIVIOUAI..lZEO SE:L,F:-cONFJDENT 4505 North Armenia Ave. Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33603 Visit Our Website At: www.tampaperio.com (813) 354--8707 '. -:. -.... ... '. -' Tampa General NEUROSCIENCE

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0) 0 0 N (") T""" a: w al :E w > 0 z P OLK COUNTY NEWS c a: u.. Friends And Familv Surprise Cora Gatlin At 15th Birthdav Partv c a: u.. Cora's sister, Shirley Munford, left, of Georgia and Sharri with the birthday honoree. c z <( c en w ::I I-> a: UJ > w :I: en :J m ::I l. z i= w ...J ...J ::I m Juanita Franklin, who was also honored, and Mildred Stevenson. I ...J UJ z i= z UJ en a: 0 ...J LL Sixty or more family and friends shouted SURPRISE!! to a very surprised Cora Gatlin as she arrived at the Kings & Queens Clubhouse on Saturday, September 19, 2009. Cora, who was born September 20, 1934, celebrat ed her 75th Birthday at a lavish party sponsored by her sister, Shirley Mathis Munford of Douglasville, GA, and her daughters, Sharon MathisWashington (Elaine) and Cherlyn Renae Jones (Nae-Nae) of Lakeland. Cora and Shirley are daughters of the late James and Ola Mathis. During the occasion, Shirley, spoke of how God had placed it in her heart to not only surprise her sister with this celebration, but to also give a message to her family. She reminded them of God's Commandments to love Him first, then, love one another as they love Him. She honored four other cousins who are of the same m generation as her sister: Mildred Stevenson, daughter of the late Jack and CJ Lola Helms, Henry Cooper, son of the late Roosevelt and Anna Bell Cooper, and Mrs. Juanita Franklin, daughter of the late James and Susan Smith. These are the oldest living members of the Arline -Smith family who reside in Lakeland. She reminded them that Pearl Arline, Susie Smith, Lola Helmes, Ola Mathis, and Annie Bell Cooper were God-fearing and praying ancestors who loved and cherished their families. After a spiritually filled invocation and blessing of the food by Reverend Charles Jackson, Pastor of Hurst Chapel AME Church, Orlando, guests feasted on fried turkey, ham, barbeque pig feet, greens, string beans, macaroni and cheese, yellow and dirty rice, cranberry sauce, rolls, cornbread, assorted cakes and delicious peach cobbler. The highlight of the celebra tion was the presentation of a beautiful flower cake presented to Cora by her niece, Sharri, from her father and former brother-inlaw, Reverend Frederick L. Munford of Clinton, MD, who shares a birth date with Cora Gatlin is surprised as she enters the Kings and Queens Clubhouse for a birthday party in her honor. Cora's nieces, Khayla and Karmen Rittenhouse of Lithonia, GA Nae-Nae Jones (Cora's daughter) and Stephen Rittenhouse, &hirley's son-in-law. Cora. Out of town families and friends present were: Mr. and Mrs. Stephen (Sharri) Rittenhouse of Lithonia, GA, and their daughters, Khayla and Karmen (daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren of Shirley); Ms. Jacqueline Mathis (step-sister of Cora and Shirley), Jacksonville; Reverend Charles -and Mrs. (Vivian) Jackson, Orlando; Reverend Theodore Hall, Born Again Church of God In Christ, Auburndale, FL; Mrs. Helen Jones and niece, Maria Andujar, Columbus, GA; Mrs. Eula D. Canady, Macon, GA; and Mr. and Mrs. Kermet Finley, Rivera Beach, FL. Local guests in attendance were: Kejuan Calloway and Christian Washington (Cora's grandsons); Apostle Charles E. Williams, Bethel Gospel Tabernacle Church; Mrs. Carmen Allen; Mrs. Mildred Lunard Franklin also pays tribute to the honoree. Laddie Russell gave remarks, too. Carmen Allen pays tribute. Barbara Finley shares remarks about the honoree. Janie Moultrie at the surprise birthday party for Cora Gatlin. Stevenson and daughters, Wand a White and Trina Stevenson and her granddaughter, Dramaya; Donald Brown; Mrs. Juanita Franklin and family, Mrs. Annette and Derrick Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Smith, Mrs. Sylvia Freeman, Lunard Franklin, Ms. Demetrice Franklin. Also, Ms. Janie Moultrie; Mrs. Doris Milton and sons, Mr. Wilmer and Reverend Charles Milton; Ms. Mamie Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Leon McDougal; James (Junior) Johnson; Mrs. Vancilla Willliams; Mrs. Gussie Johnson and nephew, Ellis Blackshear; Ms. Kathy Bowers; Lorenzo Campbell; Thomas Campbell; Mrs. Laddie Russell; Ms. Wanda Faye Williams; Ms. Carrie Spencer, and Ms. Brenda King. Those who assisted the fam ily with food preparation, ser vice and decorations were: Juanita Franklin, Wanda Faye Williams, Alice Walker, Laddie Russell, Brenda Kirig, and Mrs. Ernie Williams: President, Board of Directors, Kings & Queens Residential Homes, Lakeland.

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Polk County News Polk N atureFest 2009 Held On Saturday, October 31st, a joint partnership of Polk County Government, various cities of Polk County, envi, rpnmental organiza ions and others joined with the Southwest Florida Water Management District to host Polk NatureFest 2009. BAMSNews Congratulations to the students who will represent Berkley Accelerated Middle School (BAMS) as members of its boy's basketball team! BAMS Jr. Varsity: Carinaud Antoine, Drew Beymer, Jeremiah Bragg, Menelik Graham, Chase Hovious, Ray Hylton, John Littlejohn, Caleb Maynard, Kyle MoyaFonseca, Kyle Panico, Walker Richards, Noah Thompson and Nick Tidwell. BAMS Varsity members are: Matt Arnold, Nathan Byrd, Jerry Compere, Will Davis, Tyler 'Graham, Eric Jones, Ryan J ouppi, David Laureano, Austin Ledford, Austin Mathews, Michael McCoy, Michael Shaw II, Jacob Spivey, Dylan Wright-Sirmoils and Deion Young. Congratulations to the BAMS Students of the Week: Hunter Townsend, Taylor Zinninger, Elijah Moss, Jessica Rodriguez, Sean-Michael Weiner and Nicole Cedeno. City of Lakeland Run-Off Election Planned According to the Polk County Supervisor of Elections, only ;1;9.5%. of the Lakeland voterit'-.cast their votes in a receil t : election -on: Nov. 3rd. set to elect the new Mayor aqd several City Commissiorlers of the City of Lakeland. ; But after all votes were tal lied, it was announced that the voters will head back to the polls on Tues., Dec. 8, for a run-off between mayoral candidates Gow Fields and Jim Verplanck; anci Northwest District A-City Commissioner candidates Clarence Grier and Phillip Walker. The voters elected Howard Wiggs for City Commissioner At-Large Seat 1 and Donald Selvage for the Southwest District C-City Commissioner. All registered voters of the City of Lakeland are encouraged to GET OUT and VOTE on December 8, 2009! Happy Birthday To You! Pastor Bobby Shaw is shown with his wife, Pastor Maureen Shaw. Special belated birthday wishes are extended to Pastor Bobby Shaw of Ambassadors for Christ Church of the Living God in Lakeland. He celebrated his birthday on Nov. 7th. Special happy birthday wishes are extended to Pastor Sheila Green, of Auburndale, who will celebrate another natal year on Nov. 14th; to Shelton Faison II, of Plant City, cele brating his 14th birthday on Nov. 13th; Lakeland Gentleman Michael W. Johnson and Mother Christine Mack, of Clearwater, both celebrating their birthdays on Nov. 15th; and Mother Lucille Bouges, of Lakeland, who will celebrate 98 years of life on Nov. 16th! May the Lord bless each of you with many more days of your lives! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out Albert Phillips, of St. Petersburg, and the Lakewood Spartans for their play-off winning per formance on Fri., Nov. 6th. Lakewood High School's varsity football team defeated Spoto High School in a must--win game to earn a spot in the high school playoffs. The final score was Lakewood 26 Spoto 15. This week (Fri., Nov. 13th), Lakewood takes on Northeast High School. Let's go all the way, Lakewood! All the way! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bullet;in by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@ yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 Communitv Receives Update on Faith-Based Jail Program :::0 c }< z 0 < m ::: OJ m :::0 ...... On October 8th, St. Luke's Ministries in Lakeland welcomed Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd w and hundreds of guests who came to hear an update on the Polk County Jail's Faith-Based Program. C) <0 After a comical introduction by Reverend Arthur Johnson, Pastor of St. Luke's Ministries, Sheriff Judd rendered an in-depth history and update of a program that has changed the lives of many inmates. Founded under the leadership of Sheriff Judd, this program is designed to assist in the spiri tual journey and emphasis of all approved religions and practices. The Faith-Based Program is open to any qualified inmate regardless of religious preference. There are separate, but equivalent programs, for both male and female inmates. Ordained min isters, lay members, and professional volunteers make-up the volunteer staff. Since its inception in October 2006, this three-month program has graduated 308 inmates and conducted 593 water baptisms. Former inmate, Michael Stinson shared, "this program saved my life." For further informa tion and/or to volunteer call (863) 534-6647. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf). 1 .. 0 :::0 Greta Moran, CEO of Broken Chain Ministries, Inc. attended the presentation at St. Luke Ministries. g fJ) m z ::! z m r;m c: r rm ::! z ., c: Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd with Reverend Arthur OJ Johnson, Pastor of St. Lukes Ministries in Lakeland. l en :X: m c m < m -t c: m fJ) c )> z c ::u 6 Angelia Bishop, Sheriff Grady Judd, Ashley Jarvis and Linda Willis.

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0') For Your Information M T"" a: w Ill :E w > 0 z >"' a: w > w c w :I:" CJ) ::J m :::: a. z i= w -I -I :::: m ..J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 -I LL. m I CD .... approach to reality-based subjects! Dear Deanna! My fiancee and I parted ways earlier this year. After separation, we realized we want to be together and start ed the relationship again. I stayed faithful and wasn't with anyone, but he had several intimate flings. I'm having second thoughts because he refuses to have an HIV test with me. He claims that I know his habits since we were together so long. I agree, but he was the one sleeping around. Am I wrong to refuse this relationship because ofthe HIV testing? Anonymous Dallas, TX Dear AnonyiTlous: You have a responsibility to yourself Jirst. There's not that much love in the world to make you for sake your sexual health. You're entitled to refuse tak ing the relationship further if his sexual activity during the break-up bothers you. If he takes something as serious as an HIV so light, you need to think how he would handle major issues in the marriage. Set a deadline, stay firm in your request and if he doesn't comply, move on to other things until he agrees to test ing. Dear Deanna! I'm in the pr()cess of divorc ing my husband after B years of marriage. He's the orily man I've ever been intimate with. Now I have alittle' freedom and I feel as if I'm losing my mind. On one hand, I have a new friend that I haven't gone all the way with. On the other hand the exhusband of one of my friends has revealed that he wants to be with me and has always liked me; I'm attracted to him but know thiswould cause problems;l've beerT celibate for seven months and need to know if I should be with him and keep it a secret or take a cold shower? Hot and Bothered On-Line Reader Dear Hot and Bothered: You need to take a cold shower and put your eyes on someone that you can get jiggy with that won't cause problems. If you do anything in the darkness, it will come to light and rip you apart like a train wreck, You're entitled to have fun, enjoy yourself and have a healthy sex .life but make sure you protect your. self and keep your thinking cap on during the heat of the moment. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: na1 @yahoo-,com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Website: www.askdeanna.com For many Americans when asked, "What part of your finan cial life gives you the most trou ble?" They often answer, paying down debt. I believe this is so because debt is mathemati cally and spiritually powerful. Proverbs 22:7 says, "The rich rule over the poor, and the bor rower becomes the lender's slave." Excessive debt often is, just a bad habit that needs to be broken. Getting in control of debt first starts with knowing finan cially where you stand and then moving forward. At leastonce yearly it's a great choice to check yourcredit report for accuracy: and you can d() so fodree through the three major credit bureaus. Get your report online at www,annualcredjtreport.com, or by contacting Experian at 1888-397-3742 or Equifax 1800-685-1111 or TransUnion at 1877-322-8228. Going online or calling the bureaus gets the 'debt-free' ball rolling and puts the momentum in your favor Lastly, let me encourage you to create and stick to a budget. If you urgently want to be debt free, a budget will help you to track your money. There are three important things that your budget will show: 1. What's coming in. 2. What's going out. 3. Where it's "Nothing seems expensive on credit" -Czech Proverb Prior Proper Planning (part 2) "A good plan today Is better than a perfect pia" tomorrow." -Proverb plans to fail." Well, I plan on you succeeding and I am sure you do too, so keep reading. Here are some quick suc cess strategies to put in place as you start to develop the plan Get ready to be em pow-that will govern your life. ered with strategies to plan Reflect, reject and project. your life today, so you can live Look back briefly, to determine the life you have planned where you have been in order tomorrow. This week we will to see where you want to go. continue the prior proper planDevelop a vision for your life ning series. that lines up with your life pur-In the last column I mentioned pose. that in order for you to get Generate long and short-term ahead, you must think goals for your life. 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Cl sslfieds NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Under an Order of Judi c ial Sale entered in the United States of America vs. K E NNETH D GUTHERY MARLENE S GUTHERY WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION ROBERTS. HOBBS, as Trustee of an unknown trust FBNR, I NCORPORATED, and DOUG BELDON, Tax Collector the United States will offer to sell at public auction Date : 12/3/09 Time : 1 :00 pm Sale Location : 5302 Puritan Road, Tampa, Florida 33617 Title Offered : A Fee Simple Tit l e i s offered Any rights t itle, liens c l a ims or inter ests in the [property] of the United States and all other parties in this action are discharged upon confirmation of the sale. Description of Property: 5302 Puritan Road Tampa F l orida 33617 PIN: U 27-28-19-ZZZ 000001-37660 0 1 ,667 Sq Ft Single Family Residence 2BD, 1 BA 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 114 .of Section 27, Township 28 South, Range 19 East Hillsborough County, Florida run t hence South 475 feet thence East 1299 feet to the Point of Begi nning ; con tinue thence East 100 feet thence North to the River thence Westerly along the rive r to a point North of the Poi nt 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 corner of the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 27, Township 28 South Range 19, thence East 100 feet, thence North to the waters of Hillsborough River, thence meander Southwesterly along the waters edge to a point due North of the Point of Beginning ; thence due South to the Point of Begi nning. Property may be inspected at: Ope n House on 12/2/09 from 1 :00 pm to 3 : 00pm. Minimum Bid: $360,000 .00 The Terms of Payment : When the high bid i s accepted the highest bidder must deposit 20% of the purchase price with the Property Appraisal & Liqui dat ion Spec i alist conducting the sale. Before being permitted to b d 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 bidder(s), they can make the deposit required by this order of sale. The balance of the purchase price for the respective property shall be tendered to the IRS PALS by the successful bidder 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 M i ddle District of Florida except that Robert S. Hobbs Trustee ("Hobbs "), in the event he is the successful bidder, must tender cash payment or cer tified funds to satisfy all senior liens and may tender the remaining portion of h i s 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 depos i 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 arid no dollars ($100,000 .00) after payment i n cash or certified funds, to satisfy the reasonable expenses of sale all real property taxes due and owing, and the Wachovia mortgage 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, eltpress or telegraph money order. Make check or money order payable to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. The Uni ted States may b i d as a credit aga i nst its judgment without tender of cash. Absent the purchaser's default the sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court On confirmation 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 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 condit ion of the property or its fitness for any purpose The United States will not consi der 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 repre s entation. Important Informat ion Thi s 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 Serv ice 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 t h e property and proposed sale please contact the office at the address below. Internal Revenue Service Fidel Atencio, PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave MS 5117MES Mesa AZ 85204 480-503-7292 fidel n.atenclo@lrs.gov 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20/09 CNS-1723441# NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Under an Order of Judicial Sale entered in the United 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 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 r i ghts title liens claims or interests in the [property] of the United States and all other parties in this action are discharged upon confirmation of the sale Description.of Property: 4205 East Busch Boulevard, Tampa Florida 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 in Plat Book 25 Page 33, of the Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida ; LESS a portion of Lot 8 c ascribed as follows: Begin at the Northwest corner of sa i d Lot 8; thence southeaste r ly along the Northerly boundary of sa i d Lot 8 a distance of 8 7. 06 feet to the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8 then southwesterly along the easterly boundary of said Lot 8 a distance of 1 1 6 07 feet to the Southeasterl y corner of said Lot 8 ; then on an arc to the right a l ong the Southerly boundary of said Lot 8 a chord distance of 55 0 feet ; thence Northeasterly a distance of 110.45 feet to the point of beginning (Less that portion of above described 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 bid is accepted the h i ghest bidder must deposit 20 % of the purchase pr i ce with the Property Appraisal & Liqu i dation Specialist conducting the sale Before be ing permitted to bid at the sale bidders shall display to the IRS proof that they are able to comply w ith this requirement. No bids will be r eceived 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 price for the respect i ve property shall be tendered to the IRS PALS by the successful b i dder 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 i ddle District of Flori da, except that Robert S Hobbs, Trustee ("Hobbs"), i n the event he is the successful bidder, 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 forfeited and applied to the expenses of sale and the real property shall be re-offered for sale Hobbs shall be ent i tled to a credit b i d in the maximum amount of one hundred thousand and no dollars ($100,000 00) after payment, in cash or certified funds to satisfy the reasonable expenses of sale all real property taxes due and owing, and the Wachovia mortgage Form of Payment: All payment must be by cash cert i f i ed 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 District Court for the Middle District of Florida Tlie United States may bid as a credit against its judgment without tender of cash Absent the purchaser's default, the sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court On confirmation 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 Settion 2001, the Is oii:fered antfmade without right of redemption The property is offered for sale ''where i s" and "as i s" and without recourse against the United States. The United Statesmakesno guarantee of condition of the property, or i ts 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 failu r e of the property to comply with any expressed or implied representation Important Informat ion 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 wa nt add i t i onal informati on about the property and proposed sale, please cofltact the office at the address below . ; . Internal Revenue Service Fidel Atencio, PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave, MS 5117MES Mesa AZ 85204 480-503-7292 fidel.n.atenc i o@ irs.gov 11/6, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24/09 CNS-1731727# HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTING CLERK Ill $29,577 CONTRACTS MANAGER (AFFORDABLE HOUSING) (LIMITED DURATION) $46 238 COURT CLERK I $24,752 CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE TRAINEE ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST I $24,752 $31,512 EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I $19,905 PRINCIPAL PLANNER (URBAN DESIGN) $53,435 PROJECT MANAGER I (HEART GALLERY) $46,238 RECORDS DATA SPECIALIST TRAINEE $27,414 SENIOR CHILD CARE SPECIALIST (NON-STANDARD HOURS) $31,512 SENIOR ENGINEERING SPECIALIST (UTILITIES/AUTOCAD DESIGN) $57,116 SENIOR ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (LANDFILL GAS) SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR (ADMINISTRATIVE RVICES) $38,168 $49,795 See our web site at http://www.hccsb. org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. 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