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Celebrating 65 rears In The Tanzpa Bay .\rea I I I I :; f '-iraman oun CARLTON NELSON RETIRES AFTER 34 YEARS AT TAMPA ELECTRIC Carlton Nelson, Sr. spent 34 years at Tampa Electric Co. He recently retired and his children hosted a retirement celebration for him at the IBEW Hall. Sabrina, Natasha and Carlton, Jr. hosted the retirement celebration on October 17, 2009. Family, friends and co-workers enjoyed the celebration. Some family members who attended the retirement celebration are, left to right sitting: Lauren Freeman, Luvenia Henry, Carlton Nelson, Sr., R. J. Freeman and Darnell Nelson. Standing, Roderick Freeman, Natash a Freeman, Kanika Philon, Sabrina Winters, Ke'Bri Winters,. Luvator Nelson, Carolyn Philon, Montrae Waiters, Loretta Thomas, John Henry, La Chaz Thomas, LaCarlton Nelson, Tatiana Nelson, Carlton Nelson, Jr. and Michael Philon. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) Man Jailed For Setting Wife Afire Bank, FAMU To Host Event For HS Students . SEE PAGE 3-A.', ... .:.. ,. .=::.: :j -.-I : .. ../..:1 ', ... - Feale To Coach Boys Hoops At HHS SEE PAGE 13-A -Restaurant Exec. Leaves Company -'SEE 3-A . ... ....... n

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0) Feature 0 ffi Firemen Credited With Saving High School Student CD :2 W B Y IRIS B. HOLTON S entinel City Editor z It can o nl y b e sai d tha t c Ta m pa F ir e m e n were i n th e a: right pl ace a t the ri ght time LL. l as t Saturday m o rning. T h ey c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :J m :::> a. z i= w ...J ...J :::> m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ...J LL wer e a t Wh a rt o n H i g h S c h oo l w hen a student c o ll a psed w hil e o n th e ba s k e tb all court. Tommy Tonelli, Wh arto n B asketba ll Co ach a nd Guid a n ce C ounse lor said th e t ea m h a d just s t arte d ba s k etba ll practic e S aturday morning when the incident occurred. However b ecause of the quick actions of Coach Tonelli and parame dics, 16-year-old Drake 'Villiams recovered. "It was a regular practice when Drake collapsed and went down pretty hard. I thought he had tripped, but then he tried to get up and fell a g ain. I knew the n that something wasn t ri ght." Coach Tonelli said h e Drake Williams is shown with his parents, Darrell and Monzita Williams, at University Community Hospital. (Photo courtesy of Tampa Fire Rescue). ran to the teen a ger s side and attempted to turn him over. He then realized that Drake wasn't breathing and began administering CPR. Being the only adult in the gym at the time Coach Tonelli in s tructed som e of the kid s to call 911, some to t ry and con-tact Drake's parents, and still others to locate the foot ball coach "He is a good size d kid and wh e n I turned him over, I noticed his e yes w e r e rolled back in his head. I starte d CPR and realized h e w as n t breathing. I h a d on e student Drake is shown with Fireman Angelo Santos-Martinez, Mark Wengyn, his mom, Mrs. Monzita Williams, his dad, Darrell Williams, Fireman Ryan Bradford, and Frank Coto. (Photo courtesy of Tampa Fire Rescue). to continue the CPR while I sprinted to get the automatic defibrillator. I had just cleared awa y his clothing when the parame dics walked in and I told the m to take o v e r," Coach Tonelli s a id H e furth e r stated that th e p arame dics w e re in the gym and working on Drake with in thre e minut e s "Th e irony of it was that the y w ere on c ampus dropping off equipment for the badge bowl. The kids that had gone to find the footba ll coach saw them and flagged them down. One of the kids actu a ll y jumpe d a f e nce and others opened a sid e door to giv e th e m quicker acc e ss, the coach said As for the paramedics, Coach Tonelli said, "They were just phenomenal in wha t they did Drake has played basket ball for the past two years. In addition to being on the basketball team, the 6' 4", 220-pound junior is also a member of the football team Coach Tonelli said he is unsure if Drake will be able to return to either team. However, he said, "The important thing is he's a gre a t kid respected by his teachers and students alike I'm just glad he is still here with us bringing joy to Wharton Hig h School. Captain Rick Chesser, Paramedic Angelo Santos-Martinez, and Paramedic Ryan Bradford w e r e a t th e sc ho o l wh e n Drake c oll a p se d "Captain Chesser and Ryan Bradford r a n into th e gym while I parke d The coach w a s doing CPR wh e n we arriv ed. W e shocked him and he starte d breathing on his own. As soon as m y partner open e d th e door, h e kn e w how serious the situatio n was,. : Santos-Martinez s a id University Community Hospital's Dr.-James Orlowski called the rescue a miracle. Drake was diagnosed as having Sudden Cardiac Death Syndrome. Coach Tonelli said Drake's parents, Darrell and Monzita Williams, were notified and went to the hospital. His father came back to the school to let the team know that Drake was going to be okay Drake and his parents had an opportunity to meet his rescuers on Tuesday at the hospital.

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Features Restaurant Executive leaves Companv; Starts Business JOSEPH JACKSON ... Retires from Outback BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Joseph Jackson became an employee of OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC. 15 years ago. Jackson recently decided the time has come for him to pursue other inter ests. On October 22nd, he retired from the company that includes such dining establishments as Outback, Carrabba's Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, and Fleming's Prime Steakhouse, among others. Jackson said he retired because "I have a sincere passion to promote women and people of color." Jackson, formerly the Vice President and Officer for OSI Restaurant Partners, LLC, launched Breaking PAR Diversity Course Management, LLC recently, to be able to increase his effort to obtain his goals. The company focuses on diversity research and multi-level coaching. Its purpose is to support a system's diversity initiatives. Jackson ensures this through delivering research ;;. leadership coaching; ari'if measurable accountability standards. "We need to have more women and people of color in leadership and role model positions." He believes this principle will create an environment for diversity to mature naturally. Jackson offers a wealth of experience as a springboard for his organiza tion A 30-year veteran of the industry, Jackson owned and operated an Outback in San Antonio, Texas. He relo cated to Tampa ten years ago to serve as the General Manager for several restaurants and was a member of the first management team of Fuddruckers. Jackson said that while at Outback, he participated in numerous community and mentorship programs. He is on numerous boards and committees. He stated that his role allowed him the opportunity to work with youngsters and young adults. His own company will allow him to expand in this area. "Now, I have the ability to help youngsters and do some things while still consulting multicultural programs throughout the Bay area and the country. A native of Galveston, Texas, Jackson has a B. S. degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of Houston. He recently completed a two-year Diversity Practitioner Certificate Program at NTL Institute in Potomac, MD. He is married to Mrs. Suzanne Jackson, and is the father of two children and one grandchild. Jackson said that although he has retired from Outback, his ties with the have ilbt.; been severed. "Outback is now one of my clients," he said Papers Distributed: Monday, November 23rd (TUesday Edition) & Wednesday, Nov. 25th (Friday Edition) All News, Birthdays, Memoriams For Fridays, November 27th Must Be In Our Office Monday, November 23rd By 12 P.M. -.. ::0 c Bank, FAMU To Host Reception For High School Students z 0 < m m m :c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, November 23rd, members of the Florida A&M University School of Business and Fifth Third Bank will host a Student Reception. The event will take place from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m., at the Fifth Third Bank Corporate Training Center, 3rd Floor, 4427 W. Kennedy Blvd. Mrs. Hosetta Coleman, SPHR, Senior Vice President, Human Resources Director, for the Tampa Bay Affiliate of Fifth Third Bank said, "Our partnership with Florida A&M is important because we recognize that the university is a key devel oper of future talent. "Fifth Third Bank strives to be an employer of choice and has been an active supporter of the university." This is not the first interaction that the bank and the school has had. In 2008, MRS. HOSE'ITA COLEMAN Brian Keenan, President of the Tampa Affiliate, was a Key Executive speaker at the School of Business. Additionally, Ms. Coleman is a member of the Executive Council for the Industry Cluster. "Our organization has actively recruited students from the School of Business into our Commercial Associate training program I\) 0 I\) because of the quality of the o 0 graduating students," she > said. Among those attending the student reception will b e members of the bank's senior leadership, who will provide insight on career opportunities in financial services. They will also provide tips on financial goal setting. The Student Reception will offer an opportunity for stu dents to learn about degrees being offered in both domestic and international intern ships, scholarships, and r e lationship building through networking. 5 Parents are also encour-:C aged to attend the reception 0 with their children. High schqol juniors and seniors m with a 3.0 grade point aver-age who are interested in z attending the reception are I!! asked to RSVP at (850) 561-m 2361 or at ohara.Hannah@-C: r-famu.edu. r-m :::! z c: m c en :X m 0 m < m ::0 -< -t c: m en 0 )> z c "T1 :!:! c ONLY BAY AREA ENGAGEMENT! One Week Only -Nov. 24 29 -Ruth Eckerd Hall $40 & $25 Ttckets Available for Wed. & Fri. Shlws USe Promo Code: PURPlE Online: www.rutheckerdhall.com or ticketmaster Phone: 1-800-875-8682 In Person: Ruth Eckerd Hall Ticket office, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater, Fl (M-Sat 12 noon-6pm} Groups of 1 S + Save! 727 C) m w I 'b I

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Local 0 C\1 0 C\1 a: w co :2 w > 0 z Cl a: u.. Cl a: u.. c z < Cl (/) w :J 1->a: w > w c w l: (/) :J co :J ll. z i= w ...J ...J :J co ..J w z i= z w (/) <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL. Hillsborough School Board Elects New OHicers MS. SUSAN L. VALDES ... Elected Chairperson of the Hillsborough County School Board MS. DORETHA EDGECOMB ... Elected Vice Chairperson of the Hillsborough County School Board The Hillsborough County S c hool Board held its reorganization session and elected new officers. Ms. Susan L. Valdes was chosen and the Chairperson and Ms. Doretha Edgecomb was e l ec ted as the Vice Chairperson. Both Ms. Valdes and Ms. Edgecomb were elected in 2004. Ms. Valdes represents District 1 and Ms. Edgecomb District 5 Both were also re-elected to their respective seats in 2008. The Hillsborough County School Board consists of seven members who serve four-year terms. They oversee a $3.1 billion budget and a staff of more than 25,000 employees. Abuse Charges Against Dav Center Operator Dropped DOROTHY SAMPSON-MONROE State Prosecutors have decided not to prosecute a woman accused of inappropriately disciplining four children in a day care center she operated. Four counts of child abuse against Dorothy Ann Sampson-Monroe, who operated Just for Kids Day Care Center, were dropped after an investigation and review of the facts and case law on the allegations. that case is scheduled for December 3rd When Sampson-Monroe was arrested in June, investigators said she had hit at least four children on the buttocks and legs, and at least two children in the face. Hillsborough County offi cials closed the day care center in June after the woman listed as the owner on the license application said she wasn't involved with the business. Just For Kids has since been sold and reopened, said Linda Stoller, who manages the county's child care licensing program. Sampson-Monroe, 48, o::r faces an unrelated misdeW (!l IDP:lnro.-. .... h ----.. v vvunn1ess c arge, land a status conference on Police OHicer Criticallv Injured In Accident BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A Tampa polic e off icer was critically injured in a ca r accident while on vacation in Cozemel, Mexico. The Tampa Police Department is working with M e xican officials to gathe r addition a l informatio n on how the ac c id e nt occurr e d and who h e r traveling companions w e r e Information p e rtaining t o the accident wa s sketchy, how ever, th e off i cer i s a 36-year-old woman who was vacationing in Cozemel, Mexico. Colonel Albert Frost of the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Offic e stated that the officer and some deputies from the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office were aboard the Carnival Cruise ship. "Some deputies were also on the ship, but none of them were involved in the acci dent. The Sentinel has learned that the officer has been identified as Officer Andrea Law, a School Resource Officer for the department. According to sources, the officer was involved in a head-on collision on Wednesday afternoon. The officer was reportedly ejected from the jeep in which she was riding. The officer was airlifted to the Tampa International Airport and arrived around Support The Florida Sentinel Advertisers ... .. ) :: 9 a.m. Thurs day. Sh e was th e n trans p o rted b y ai r t o Tampa G e n e r a l Hospital, where s h e was take n into surgery. Carnival lege nd sa id in a written press release that five g u es t s from th e cruise ship Carnival Legend were involved in th e colli s ion during a port of ca ll visit to Cozum e l M e xico. All five s u s t ained injuri es. Two have b ee n airlifte d to m edica l facilities in the United States and three r e m ain hospitalized in Cozumel. "T h e guests were not participating in a ship sponsored shore exc ursion at the time, but rather were riding in a jeep they had rented independently when it collid e d with an other veh i cle,"' the r e le as e s tat ed. Carniva l h as b ee n in con ta ct with th e injur e d g u es ts' families and a g uest r e la tions supervi so r from th e Carnival Legend is r e majn ing on th e island t o provid assistance whil e additional m embe r s of Carnival's Car e T ea m are e n r o ut e Th e Carni va l L ege nd s ail e d from Cozttm e l at approximate l y 7 p m W ednes day eve ning, one h our aft e r it s n or mal sch e dul e d d eparture tim e, and i s continuing o n its scheduled itin erary. The ship is base d in Tampa, and sails ever y Sunday to the west ern Caribbean ports of Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Belize and Roatan. Youth Teams In Plavons This Weekend Several youth football teams will be in the playoffs this week end. The West Tampa Spartans Seniors, who had a 10-0 season, will play in the Conference Super Bowl on Sunday, November 22, 2009, Bryant Stadium at 3:30p.m. If there's a win, the team will go on to the State Super Bowl in Orlando. The F air Oaks Rattlers team is now preparing to travel to Bryant Stadium, where they will meet Kissimm ee's Kowboys on Sunday at 9 a.m., for Super Bowl 2009. I 6'roup a chronic illness, Hypertension? IS THE SOLUTION FOR YOU! Physicians Of ARMENIA 4710 N. Habana Avenue, Suite 1107 Tampa, FL 3$14 870-3767

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Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (U SPS 202-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue T ampa F lo r ida 33605 ( 813 ) 248 1 92 1 Published E very Tue sday a nd Friday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publi s hers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York 1990-94 CP T ime lnternational POST M ASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Pe r iodical Post age P aid At T ampa, 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 Edi tions Opinions expressed on e ditori a l pages of this new s p ape r by Columnists or Guest Writers, do n o t n ecessa rily rellectthe edilorial stance of Th e Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. She Gave Us Books For Thought We may never know who told her to hold fast to her dreams ... who convinced Felecia Wintons Taylor that Tampa's combined Black communities could indeed, sustain a Black bookstore. But whoever was her hidden muse, whoever persuaded her to break free from her fears, both cultural and financial, we the citizens of Tampa Bay were the recipients of a gift so wonderful that even now, its memory remains bright and undaunted by the fact the mind, which opened its doors no longer answers when its name is called. Felecia like people craved food, lived books, dreamed books and had books been cuisine, no doubt she would have devoured then like doughnuts. Felecia's bookstore, aptly named Books For Thought, was not simply a bookstore, but was a temple of information often inaccessible even at major university libraries. Black historian John Hope Franklin often visited Sister Felecia, as did many hopeful authors, pla'ywrights, historians and poets. In essence, Felecia became sunlight whose touch gave life and liberty to the dreams and realities of all who entered her life. But just recently, the sunlight dimmed. Her life ended. Her bookstore had long-since been closed. However, the memory of her dream and the brilliance ofher work will live forever. National Pancreatic Cancer Month When we mention .t;}le names Patrick Swayze (movie actor), Michael Landon (television star of Little House on the Prairie), William Safire (noted author and news-'C'ommentator, Jack Benny (famous vaudevillian, and comedian) and Clifford Baker (longtime community resident, postal union official and Prince Hall Shriner), you perhaps, would wonder what they may all have in common. They all fought bravely and died of pancreatic cancer. So, since this is National Pancreatic Cancer Month, wd honor their memory as well as all of our readers and family members who are currently battling pancreatic cancer, the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in America. Though considered relatively rare, pancreatic cancer strikes nearly 35,000 people, annually. As with other diseases, Blacks are more likely to die of the disease with a 32 percent higher death rate. Research and treatment of pancreatic cancer is challenging because there are no effective screening tests and symptoms often do not appear until the disease has spread. Nearly all who contract the disease die from it within two to five years. When researchers eliminated smoking and obesity as factors in the pancreatic cancer disease, Blacks still had a 42 percent higher risk of dying from the disease. So, we urge and support more media attention and funding in support of research for diagnostic procedures and cures for this fatal disease. As th e Thank sg i ving h o li da ys app r oac h I want t o go o n r eco rd as say in g we h ave so muc h t o b e th a nkful for. No, I h ave n o t b ee n drink in g egg no g Y es, I know ho w bad th e eco nom y is a nd yes I am aware of th e hi g h un e m ployment r a te. But, I s till say we hav e so much to b e th a nkful for. Let m e start by r e minding you of the story of the man that said I complained because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet. It was then that the man with feet began to realize that he had something to be thankful for At least he had feet. If you can read this article, hear the birds singing, or see a beautiful flower, then you have so much to be thankful for That means that you are still alive and that, in itself, is a whole lot to be thankful for. As l o n g as y o u a r e alive, th e r e i s a l ways a c h a nce th a t things can get b e tt er. If Thanksg i v in g Day comes and th e r e i s n o turkey or h am o n th e table, ju s t b e th a nkful for the fis h c hi c k e n or what ever i s o n th e kitchen table. If yo u have to have Th a nksgiving Dinner at one of th e charities, be thankful that these organizations exist and are able to provid e assistance during your time of need. We can also be thankful that our nation is not under attack of terrorists. Be thankful for the men and women in the armed forces that serve here and all around the world, putting themselves in harm's way so that we can enjoy Thanksgiving Day Today we live in a danger ous world and times are very hard and complicated. Pray that things will get better and Pres. Obama Bows To The Emperor: So What;J When former President Richard Nixon went to Beijing, not only did he bow to Chairman Mao, but Nixon was reported to have been so soused that he need ed several aides to keep him from keeling over on his nose Likewise, George Dubyuh, on his junkets to the Middle East, had been known to kiss a sheik or two on the cheek, though he almost brought down the wrath of Islam when he (President Bush) was caught patting one of the Sheik's r 'oya l sorfs on his ro yal head. (Non-believers, Kaffirs" as they are called, are nnt allowed to touch the heads of Muslims or their children). But all was forgiven or at least was swept under the rug. Not so, with President Barack Obama! What did he do? I'll tell you what our 44th President of the United States did! He ... he ... BOWED TO THE EMPEROR OF JAPAN!! Oh, my gawd!! Spit and Cinders!! NO, HE DIDN'T!! (Yes, he did!) And then, rumor has it President Obama actually shook the Emperor's hand! "IMPEACHMENT!! BLASPHEMY!! Tell me. Wh y is America always so hard on our most recent President? Hasn' t he done most everything he promised he'd do during his presidential campaign? Either that or hasn't he put forth a genuine effort to pull America out of the hole its recent pres idents had pushed it in? Not since FDR has a president been so responsive to the real and perceived needs of the American people, as has President Obama. Not since John F. Kennedy, his beloved wife Jackie and their family has a president been as photogenic as President Obama, his beloved wife, Michelle, their two daugh ters and their dog. Yet, there is definitely a problem. When President Obama and Michelle journeyed to Copenhagen, like modern-day Isis and Osiris to represent America in an effort to bring the Olympics to Chicago, what should have been raves from the American public turned into hoots and boos by the Republican malcontent and Saturday-morning hood lums. When President Obama received the NobelP.e.ace Prize, claps on the back were replaced by slaps in the face by America's Conservative media and political leadership much like they reacted to President Obama's efforts to deliver universal healthcare to the richest, most healthcare discriminato-., JJ 0 be thankful that it i sn't a n y }( worse than it is. I know it i.s Z difficult t o be thankful and to 0 < enjoy Thanksgiving, i f times m are h a r d for yo u and your S: family. During T h anksg i ving t r y t o JJ f o r ge t your p e r so n a l p r o-bl e m s a n d be happy and 1\.) thankful d urin g t h e h oliday. o Whil e w e n ee d t o b e thankfu l g a ll th e time, w e s h o uld b e especi a ll y t h ankful during thi s time. It i s a tim e of th e yea r se t as id e for A erica n s tt!>he-th a nkful. \ Go throug h Thanksgiving knowing tha t things are n o t b ad as they may seem to b e and tim e is n eve r as lon g as we may think it is B e li eve that God h as your bac k a nd that things will get b ette r for you, by and by. Rem e mb er, behind every dark cloud ther e is a silver lining. In conclusio n, if you are alive, healthy, have a job, have loved ones, have food on your table, a place to eat, a place to stay, friends, use of your limbs, clothes on your back, have a sane mind, or believe in a Supreme Being 0 then you have so much to b e :II thankful for. ry nation in the western fre e world. CJ) m z :::! z m r I OJ c r rm :::! z Indeed, the world asks u s Americans, "What is your problem? Why would you vote for President Obama, and then treat him as if h e stole the election? Only one voice bravely answers the question. The voice of former "0 President Jimmy Carter ffi tells it like it is, in one ringing rword, "RACISM!" (Pure and CJ) simple!). ffi And now, President C Obama journeys to Japan, m one of America's staunchest rii allies, other than Germany :II (remember Germany?). When -< he arrives in Japan and is taken to meet Japan's m -Emperor, President Obama bows as courtly and as correctly as if he'd been schooled all his life, in Japanese culture. C But what does he get for his "TT effort? A swift kick in the :II pants by American media is what our President gets! Yes, -< it makes me angry. But then I think of Jackie Robinson, and way he was treated as the first Black man in Major League Baseball. I recall all of the other Black men and women who en..Q.ured the curse of being "First," in American history in order to do bravely what their white counterparts had alway s done, absent-mindedly. And then I calm down. Yes, President Obama knew full-well what he was getting into when he took this job. He knew, as we who are Black will always knort: America is racist! And no matter what she does, her tiger's stripes are too imbed-ded to change! However, 5 maybe, our second Black m President won't have so many '{' problems )>

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Local New Red Light Camera Warning Period To End BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor O n O c t o b e r 30th ca m e r as were ins t a ll e d a t s i x Hill s b o r o u g h County inte r secti o n s and th ose f ound in v i o l ation have received warni ngs i n the mail. However, th e \.varning stage i s o nl y for 60 clays. Cpl. Darrin Barlot o f t h e Hills b o r o u g h Co unty S h e riffs Off i ce sa id th e cam e r as h ave b ee n in s t alle d a nd o p erational a t the inte rsectio n s of Dale M abry and W aters, D a l e Mabry and Anderson Road, Fletcher and Bruce B Downs Blvd., Brandon Blvd., and Grand Regency, Bell Shoa l s and Bloomingdale, and Sligh and H a b a na. "Our go a l b y placing cameras at these intersections is to m ake them safer and to stop people from hurting or killing others or themselves. Now, if the cameras catch someone running a red light a warning will be mailed to them. But, the warning phase will end on December 29th." Cpl. Barlow said once the warning period is over, viol a tors will receive a letter' in the mail. The letter will direct them to a web address and provide a pin number. The offender will then be able to see two stjll photographs of his or her vehicle and 1 full motion video. Cpl. Barlow said e-mails circulating ate providing incorrect information about the location of the cameras. He also said information about fines is incorrect because the program is still in its warning stages. (The Voice q f O ur Comm u n i t_v Speak i n g for 813) 248-1921 It's amazing what you can accomplish when you focus on the details. Discover for yourself how paying attention to the details can really pay off when 1t 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 We even make saving easy. To find out how you can get started, visit suntrust.com/soUd. SUNTRUST Lfve Solfd. Bank Solfd. SunTrust Bank, Memb e r FDIC 2009 SunTrust Banks, Inc SunTrust and Live Solid Bank Solid are federally registered service marks of SunTrust Ban k s Inc 'TI :D 0 z 0 < m s: ro m :D 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 (() ., .-0 ::0 c )> CJ) m z ::! z m .-1 aJ c ..m ::! z ., c aJ .-en ::I: m c m < m ::0 -< -1 c m CJ) c )> z c ., c G> m ...... I l>

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0'1 0 0 N 0 N w CD w > 0 z Q u.. Q u.. c z 1-> a: w > w C w :I: (J) :J CD ::::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::> CD I ..J w z i= z w (J) < c a: 0 ..J u. The Gospel Silverlettes Celebrates 27Year Anniversary Sundav, November 22, 2009 3 P.M. New Beginnings Church 3101 E. Lake Avenue Tampa, FL Re\'. David Carson, Pastor We A r e ,Jsking All Groups O(The Citp To Co m e Out And H eir' Us Lifi Up The :YO Ill<' C?(Jesus ('/iris! /Viti! Fm.; er And So ngs FREE FREE FREE -Sis. Dallas (813) 242-9250 EBENEZER M. B. CHURCH 1212 E SCOTT STREET TAMPA. FL33602 WOULD LIKE TO INVITE ALL TO COME HELP US CELEBRATE IN THE VICTORY TEMPLE OUTREACH MINISTRIES PRESENTS Saturday, November 21; 1 0:00 A:M. At 7633 N. 56th Street, Tampa, Fl33617 Hosted By PASTOR LAYTECIA McKINNEY Guest Speaker: Pastor Beatrice Kendrick Of The Upper Room Holy Assembly Church Of Clio, Al For more information contact: PART II: DEAD MAN RESURRECTION Saturday Afternoon @ 1:30 PM Corne see if you are alive from the dead! PASTOR LAYTECIA MCKINNEY, @ 813-989-1863 OR Pastor Beatrice Kendrick @ 334-616-7007 www. victorytempleoutreach.com ........ Local Ordination Service For Rev. Eddie Glibert Rev Eddie Gilbert was ordained o n Sunday, Oct. 26, 2009 a t Mt. Pleasa nt M i ss i o nar y Baptist Chur ch. Rev. James Marion, Presi dent of Congress # 1, So Fla Progressiv e Baptist Assoc. presided. Others who participated in th e ce remon y we r e: the scripture was read b y Rev. Lewis Sheppard. R epo rt of Council -Rev. Jay Jackson, Mt. Olive ME Church Lakeland The sermon was by Rev. Bart Banks; and the Charge to pastor was given by Rev. Gilbert's pastor, Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland. (Photos by Ricky Roberts) Dr. C. T. Kirkland, pastor of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church, gives the cha1ge to Rev. Eddie Gilbert. Rev. Louis Sheppard read the scripture. Cynthia Bailey leads a .song with the choir. It's Report Card Time! Is Your Child Struggling? Don't Wait Until H's Too late! ENROLL YOUR CHILD IN THE BJMANN Rev. Gilbert is shown with his new church family, Macedonia M. B. Church of Bartow. Rev. and Mrs. Eddie (Tammie) Gilbert were joined by family members at their ordination service. Rev. Jay Jackson (with microphone), Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland and other ministers participate in the laying on of hands. 3601 W. Swann Ave. Ste. 111 (Corner Of Himes) Tampa Presents ... Sharp Gospel Division's Who's Coming To Town" .)l Sunday, Nov. 22nd, @ [fl ...<.:J The Center Of Manifestation .3102 E. lake Avenue J Doors Open 5 p.m., Program 6 p.m. Super Fest F eatunr;g Sharp Records Recording Artists: Rev. Roy Reed & Zion Jubilees, (formerly of Jewel Records), of Byan, TX Rev. Ed Wilson & New Rising Stars, of Easlnver, SC D. J. Siroon & Mighty Imperial, of Alma, GA Valorie Belk, of Tampa Jehovah Praise, of Tampa Also Special Guests: Gospel True Tones, of Lexington, MS Jimmie & Darlene Harrison, of Charlotte, NG Golden Bells, of lexington, MS M.G. Annette Troop, of Daytona Beach, Fl M. C. Chris Whitfield, Sr., of NC For More lnfcrm:Jtion: Aaron Spellers (Pres. ) 386-314-4765 Valorie Belk 813-850-2798 leonard Coolidge 813-735-7053 Frank Benson Pres..) 662-582-9675 Roy Reed (Vice Pres. ) 979-220-7379 Eddie Fitzgerald 652-515-5015 Prizes Will Be Given Away! Sound By F. G. Productions

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Local ., JJ 0 local Businessman Completes Successful Term As HCC Trustee z 0 < Local businessman Thomas Huggins, Ill pre siden t of Arie l Busine ss Group, Inc. r ece ntl y compl e ted t wo t e rm s of service as a dedicated m ember of the Hills borou g h Community College Board of Trustees Huggins was appo int ed by Governor Jeb Bush to se r ve on th e l oca l governing body tha t set s policy and direction for the co II ege which now serves over 45,000 students and has a budget of over $100 million annually. Throughout his 10 years of service on the board, Huggins served 3 terms as both Vice Chairman and Chairman. He was an active and engaged participant in all aspects of college life Huggins brought a heightened awareness of the college's role and responsibilities by having those that did business with the college reflect the students and employees who make up the college's family. He wa s a strong advocate f o r utilizing Women a nd Minority Bus in ess Ent e rprise (W / M BE) and promoting div e r s it y of th e administra tion faculty a nd s t aff. Th ese effo rt s ultim a t e l y l ed th e college t o win the C h arles K e nn e d y Equ it y Awar d from the Association of Community College Tru s t ees (ACCT). Removing barriers that impede s ucc ess particularly for A frican A m erica n and Hi s panic mal es was a priority for Mr. Huggins. Huggins worked with college staff to help establish the nationally recognized Black Brown and College Bound Conference (BBCB) to help seek solutions and exchange ideas about issues that may be impeding access and success for African American and Hispanic males. Now in its fourth year, BBCB has brought the conversation to a larger and broader audience nationally. Huggins a l so supported THOMAS HUGGINS, III a nd l e d efforts that went into the development of the Hawks L anding Student Apartment complex. Access was a recurring theme throughout his tenure on the board and led to his support of the development of the SouthShore Center, HCC' s fifth campus located in Ruskin, to provide higher education opportunities to the residents of southern Hillsborough County. His contributions include serving as a p a nelist on effective governance with a Felons Can Start Their Own Businesses Members of the Department of Corrections Special Re-Entry Group are (from left to right): Quinton Robinson, Gerald Abdul-Wasi, Tampa Police Captain Roosevelt Ratliff, John McLaughlin, Joanna Williams, George Sapp, Tim Strickland, Robert Blount, and Will Daniels. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter A local organization, Jobs4USA/Felons, has done extensive work on behalf of felons still incarcerated and those who have been released. It is their goal to provide opportunities for all felons to prevent them from becoming repeat offenders and to help them become productive members of society. The organization has recently developed a new concept that will give felons a greater opportunity to re-establish themselves in soci ety. JoAnn Williams, co-founder of the organi zation, said inmates can start their own business'after they are released from prison. As part of the packet given to felons by the Department of Corrections when they are released from prison, there will be information on now i:ney cii.II g[ii.i'l ii list Of businesses favorable for them to get involved 111. "What we've come up with is the concept of felons taking the $100 they are given when they are released, and using it to start a business Jobs4USA/Felons figured out felons can't get jobs when they are released because of their criminal history. Thanks to the hard work of Williams and others, inmates can start a cell phone business fl.,. as little as $50, and can start other businesses for even less. "We're apart of the 100 hour re-entry seminar by the Department of Corrections," said Williams. "That's when we tell them about this opportu nity. We also have flyers that are a part of their re-entry packet. Williams said any felon can take advantage of this opportunity, even those who have already been r e leased. For more information on this opportunity, contact Jobs4USA/Felons at (813) 965-7991, or if you:re a1i to P. 0. Box 172102, Tampa, Florida 33672 B e li zean trustee and Thai (from Th a iland) trustee at the ACCT Annual Congress in Seattle, Washington and serving as a co facilitator of two Tru s t ee Initiativ e Workshops in San I gnac i o, Belize. Huggins also was asked to serve on a panel e n ti tied Bringing th e World Home : The R o l e of Boards of Trust ees" at the ACCT Annual Congr ess last year. Huggins was named Outstanding Trustee of m the Year. Thi s award i s pre-:5: sen t ed t o a sing l e community Ill m college trus t ee from one of :::0 Florida 's 28 community co l -1\> l eges for their commitment 0 towards s u staining th e mis-s i o n of community colleges, e ff ec tiv e board l eade r ship, college a nd c i v i c involve m e nt Huggins i s m arrie d t o Belinda Gail Huggins, and has two daughte r s, a nd Teneshia and i s a m e m b e r of Cathedral of F aith Church in Tampa. S'X'D Xntertainment, :Jt.A.S Consu(ting . aruC C'M:J 'Resources Presents ... f1Jr Tickets/Sponsorship Info, visit www.tampamelrodst.org Make Checks Payable To Detta Foundation, A 501 (c)3, Wtth Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter On Memo Line. "" r-0 :0 0 )> {f) m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c: r r-z "'C c: Ill r-Cii :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -i c: m en 0 )> z 0 ., JJ 0

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0 N cr: w ID 2 w > 0 z DflaiHoncd Dust BY NY'ASIA TAYLOR Mt. Pleas a nt i s g r a t eful to 0 all p r o f ess ionals w h o v i s it e d cr: th e s c h ool during th e G r e a t U.. A m e ri ca n Education Week. Coord in ator for th e D e rri c k Brooks Chari ties Youth Programs edu c a t e d eve r yone on th e dangers of ga n g association a nd th e con se qu e nces if yo u are ever arrested for being a gang membe r Ms. Carla Jackson, Neighborhood Liaison for the City of c a: u.. c z < c (/) w :::) .... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::J m :::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::) m ..J w z i= z w (/) < 0 a: 0 ..J LL. < I 0 ,... w Ms. Pasha Baker, Ms. Sherrie Koon, Detective Sonja Wise gave an important m es s age about the dan gers facing : yquth and aged us to 11}ake wise decisions The group also learned abo).lt the Negro Baseball League from Mr: Bob "Peach-Head" Mitchell. Mr. Carnell Moore, Vice President at Merrill Lynch, gave some important information about money: saving it, spending it, and giving it away. Mr. William Knowles, Program Ji..-Tampa, told us about the City's efforts to make Tampa more community friendly and tested our knowledge of our Tampa home Diamonds traveled to Spoto High School on Wednesday November 18th, to compete in their first track meet. The next track meet is scheduled for Thursday, December 3rd, 6 p. m. at King High School. Go Diamonds! UIFORGETTABLE IIA.IR DESIGN II 522 Wilbur Slreet Brandon, FL 33511 N Saturday, November 21,2009@ 5 P.M.-9 P.M. Wingate By Wyndam -New Tampa -17301 Dona Michelle Drive Tampa, FL 33647 -Hotel # 813-971-7676 Your Ardys5 International Inc. Distributor -Veronica Whaley 813-988-0113 Or 813-220-9000 Home-813-988-0113 Fax As p art o f the Th a nksgi v in g h oliday, Mt. Pleasant h e ld it s annua l Th a nk sg i, in g lun c h e on for the p a r ents o n Thursday, Nov e mb e r 1 9 th. Mr. Tracy Dabney and th e r e st of th e cafe t eria s taff se rved a gr e at m eaL A r e mind e r t o all pare nts an<;l s tud ents of Mt. Pleasant S. B. Middle School, the school will be closed Nove mb e r 23 27, 2009, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Students return to school on Monday, November 30, 2009. Mt. Pleasant S. B. Middle School is still accepting enrollment applications for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Please call the school at 253-0053 for more information. We are not a private school, not a church school, and not an alternative school. We are a traditional public school. Tuition isfree! Go Diamonds! F Y I DET. SONJA WISE CARNELL MOORE CARlA JACKSON BOB MITCHELL Buccaneers Road To Success: Nominate A Deserving Familv To Win A New Car! The Buccaneers are currently accepting nominations for the "Road to Success" program, a team community initiative that will provide one underprivileged family with the keys to a brand new 2010 Ford Focus! If you have a friend, coworker or family member who would truly I?enefit from a new vehicle, the Buccaneers want to know! All applications must be received by 5 p. m. EST on November 30, 2009. Only completed applications will be considered and only one entry per person is allowed. Following an initial screening process of all nominations, a panel of Tampa Bay area community leaders will select finalists for in-person interviews to determine the car recipient. Visit http://tampabaybuccaneers.com/community/roadtosuccess.aspx for a complete list of details and require ments to help one lucky family get back on the road to success! Nominee must be 18 years old at the time of nomination to be entered. Void where prohibited. Tampa Housing ftuthority TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY ANNOUNCES OPENING OF PROJECT-BASED WAITLIST APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR 1-4 BEDROOM UNITS FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES ONLY! Gardens at Southhay, 6720 South Lois Avenue, Tampa, FL 33616; Oaks at Riverview, 202 East Broad Street, Tampa FL 33604; and Belmont Height Estates, 2419 East 31st Avenue, Tampa FL This application is specifically for subsidized units in which the rent is based on household income. q APPLICATIONS CAN ALSO BE PICKED UP AT: The Department p fChildren and Services located at 9393 Florida Avenue OR at any Tampa Housing Authority location: Families can submit an application for all or one of the properties by marking the appropriate boxes on the ap-plication. Failure to select a property will automatically apply the family to all properties All Applications, once thoroughly completed, MUST BE MAILED to: 1529 West Main Street Tampa FL 33607 between November 30th, 2009 through December 7th, 2009. We will not accept hand delivered applications at any of the sites. ALLAPPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN MIDNIGHT, December 7th, 2009. APPLICATIONS POSTMARKED AFTER DECEMBER 7TH, 2009 WILL B E REJECTED. Duplicate applications will NOT be accepted. Applications received will be assigned a number and then drawn through a lottery process. The date and time the application is received DOES NOT matter because it is a Lottery, unless it is received after the cut-off date o f December 7th, 2009. Once the lottery is conducted, all selected preliminary applications will be placed on a waitlist specific to the properties selected a s the units of interest if the HUD income guidelines are not exceeded. All eligible applicants will receive a letter notifying them of their preliminary acceptance. Changes of address must be made in writing and submitted to the Tampa Housing Authority upon any changes. AGAIN-DUPLICATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED! disabilities requiring reason.able !:; ioe iuii benefit of this program must submit a wntten requt:it ful iiii iii:i:ommodation prior to the cut-off date of December 7th, 2009.

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Local :IJ c Tampa Woman Asks For Chance To 'Do What She loves' z 0 < m BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Born a n d rai se d in T ampa, Roshonda Burt unders t a nd s how difficult it i s for a young Blac k woman to ful fill her music dreams of success. Burt said, all she wants is an opportunity to do what she loves the way it will be good for her. Mu s ic i s one of the most important things in my life. When I was a chi ld, I always was involved in something that had to do with music, acting, and dancing on stage." "When I was 12, I started my own girl group at my church, St. James A.M.E. We were called The Girls Of Faith (T.G.O.F.) Any little teen party I went to with any kind of rap contest, I jumped on it, and won a lot of them." At 18, Burt, a lso known as Shon B., became a member of a group called Unpredictable. They performed by lip syncing at The Harbor Club. "I really enjoyed doing that, but I wanted more. During one of our shows, I got the opportunity to rap and that opened the door for me to rap ROSHONDA BURT "Shon.B." more. That's when I developed a lot of friendships with people involved in rap music." Later, Shon B. met Lashunda Flowers, and together they formed a duo called Ya Majesty. "For two years, we worked together, writing songs and meeting new people. Later, we met another young woman called Jewel. She could sing and she joined us and we became a trio. From there, Shon B. said she's traveled overseas performing, and now she says it's time she did things her way. God blessed me with this ASSault$, B lr,41*_ lklnSAnd Hon,AIInvasilons SO That Means Your Business Establishment And Your Personnel. You Work Too Hard For Your Cash Receipts Just To Watch It Disappear In An Instant At The Hands Of A Criminal. SABLE ONE SECURITY Would Uke To Be Your Resource For Reliable Security Protection. We Can Customize Our Services To Fit Your Needs Whether Large Or Small. We're Ucensed, Insured And Based Right Here In Tampa Wrth Highly Qualified Armed And Unarmed Security Specialists Contact Us Today! SABLE ONE INVESTIGATIONS SABLE ONE SECU 5118 N. 56TH STREET, STE. 209 TAMPA. FLORIDA 33610 PHONE: 813-621-7225 FAX: 813-621-7226 wwwsableone@aol.com www.sableoneinvestigations.com "Protecting Your Assets" check Lfs but6nFacebooi tha t th ey will f ee l a nd lik e f o r g years to com e." m America 1iusts 2115 E. Hillsborough Ave. Store (813) 237-3741 OPEN 24 HOURS _Pharmacy (813) 237-3743 we Now Accept Prudential Healthcare Plans IHMO -PPO -POSJ & CIGNA come see our Nurse Practitioner ills 24Pack Water oz. Hvdrogen.-Peroxide' 2/$9.00 3/ 2.00 Gallon Milk $3.19 Northern Bathroom Tissue 9 Rolls $4.29 Dozen Eggs $1.29 Tul -8 PK. Paper Towels $5.00 10 oz. IRk Jet cartridge llaundrv_ Relill Detergent Black a White ;2/$6.00 r-0 :IJ 0 :x> C/) m z :::! z m r-1 tD c: rrm :::! z "tJ c: tD !: C/) ::I: m 0 m < m :IJ -< -1 c: m C/) 0 :x> z 0 :IJ 0

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Sports Progress Village 'Pee Wee' Panthers 14-0 This Season The Pee Wee Panthers led an undefeated year this season with a score of 12-0 that placed them in the pla y offs. The Pee Wee Panthers went on to the play offs and won both games. They came away undefe a ted and now stand tall as they head to the Super Bowl carrying an undefeated record of 14-0 These group of young boys ranging from the ages of 7 to 9, played very hard this season being l e d by 5 of their coaches: Coach K (head coach), Coach Chris, Coach Jones, Coach English, Coach Dwayne (AD) a nd Coach Corey. DeAndre' "Action" Jackson (number 10), sometimes known a s "Superman," played an awe some game this seas on. DeAndre' stated that he is looking forw a rd to next year where he v-rill be bigger, stronger, better and up for the challenge. Get updates on all the events(of the Progress Village Panthers by visiting the website at http : I /sites.google.com /site /pypanthers/pictures. Members of the Panthers team are: Shane Anthony, Donny Bellamy, Sean Bonafe, Quatrell Carter, Shakur Carter, Seth Crump, Warren Curry, Jordan English, Davincio Flowers, D'Ante Ford, Cornelius Green, James Griffin, Deandre Jackson, Patrick Jolly, Ahmand Kelly, Chance Martin, Justice Martin, Isaiah Miller, Zaveon Moody, Ah'Xavious O'Neal, Eion Scott, Marcellus Scott, Cameron Stokes, Elijah Stokes, Deangelo Taylor, Jovaun Taylor and Jalen Thomas. Florida Classic Preview B-CU Sizzles As FAMI Fizzles By Ted Taylor Teams going in opposite directions as season ,nears end. On Saturday, November 21, 2009, the 30th renewal of the Florida Classic will be played in Orlando, Florida, at 2 :30 p.m. The game is the annual end of the year battle between the Bethune-Cookman University Wildcats and the Rattlers of Florida A & M University. As the Classic looms, the time finds the combatants going in different directions. B-CU started the 2009 sea son losing four games in a row, including an opening loss to Shaw University, a Division II school. FAMU started the opposite, winning its first four games. The vaunted Wyattbone offense of Coach Alvin Wyatt took some time to get into gear due to a young injury-riddle offensive line, gaining lows of 14 and 27 yards to South Carolina State and Norfolk State, respectively. Even though the quarterbacks had valuable game expe rience, turnovers, particularly furribles, contributed to the problems. The Wildcats were able to right the ship against Morgan State, rushing for 283 yards in a loss, for an 0-4 record The sweet smell of victory came against Delaware State on a late field goal and interception to seal a 9-7 win Since then, the only loss in six weeks has been homecoming. As B-CU realized its first win in the fifth game, FAMU didn't , : ..... ... ... : ..;.:_ .... -:_ . lose its first game until the fifth game against Division I-A Miami Hurricanes. The Rattlers fortunes began to nosedive a week later in a crushing defeat of 35-20, at the hands of the South Carolina State Bulldogs. The Bulldogs exposed the Rattlers inability to run by cutting off quarterback Curtis Pulley, who at the time was near the top in MEAC rushing. Also, they exposed FAMU's inside rushing defense, and pass defense. FAMU continued to win, but {>truggles escalated. It took .;late fourth down stops against Morgan State and North : earolina A & T to preserve victories. Both were teams F AMU was expected to cruise against. Despite the struggles, FAMU was still on pace to make the playoffs. On last Saturday against Hampton University, all came crashing down as FAMU was shutout for the first time since 1988, by a score of 25-0, the same score in 1988, by the Wildcats As a result of the injuries to Pulley and backup quarterback Eddie Battle, redshirt freshman, Martin Ukpai will start. At linebacker, Tampa's Jerod Brisbon of Hillsborough High is expected to start. The injury bug has hit the Wildcats as well with starters Phillip Kirkland (slotback), Solomon Acquaah (defen sive end) and a host of offen sive linemen on the sidelines In addition, starting tailback Brian Sumlar was put on the shelf after the second game because of academics, and Josh Smiley (middle linebacker) is no longer on the squad. The Wildcats' offense has been engineered by quarterbacks Maurice Francois and Matt Johnson on a rotating basis and Androse Bell has stepped in admirably for Sumlar. The defense is led by Michael Williams who has three game-saving inter ceptions. FAMU holds a 19-10 advan tage in games since the rivalry became the Classic. Overall, FAMU leads the 64-game series 47-16-1. Since the year 2000, the split has been 5-4 in favorofFAMU. :Both teams are staking their seasons on Saturday. With its record at 5-5, 4-3, B-CU needs a victory to have a winning season and to tie for second place in the conference. With its record at 7-3, 5-2, FAMU's playoff hopes remain alive with a win, as well as sole possession of second place in the conference. More than anything else, the Florida Classic is for state bragging rights From players to fans, if it is a long year for the loser. Ticket sales are running ahead of last year when attendance fell below 70,000, for the first time in years, due to the economy. The game will be televised on ESPN Classic, but it's nothing like being there. "TT ::IJ 0 Terrier Hoops Coach ReadvForSeason To Begin z 0 < m :s: ro m ::IJ 1\.) 0 Because s he's the firs t w oman t o co a c h a b o y s ba s k etball t eam in Hill s b o r o u g h County, Stephanie Crawford knows m edia attentio n will always b e th e re. 1-Iowe \' e r s h e s a ys h e r foc us is on putting a comp e titive t eam on the floor and g etting the best out of her players Crawford, 39, single and a native of Safety Harbor, was sel e cted over six other applicants last summer to coach the Hillsborough High School boys varsity team. Asked how she feels about the team this year, she said she has nothing but good feelings. They've worked so hard. I had some of them over the summer and the others have come out and we've developed a really close bond. They are really awesome." "I can't wait to get to school every morning, because we. sit and have breakfast togeth er. That's gives us an opportunity to bond even closer." Asked who will she expect to step up as leaders on the team, Crawford said the beauty is she has so much leadership on the team. "That's something we focused on over the summer. I feel some will enhance and develop their leadership skills as the season goes. "If I had to point out a few, I'd say Oscar Henriquez, Alvon Woodard and Ravon Bullard will be the STEPHANIE CRA WFO.RD Hillsborough High School Basketball Coach guys who will step up this season. The y a r e fire starters." Crawford has about 12 seniors on this year's team and 30 junior varsity players She said she's ready for the transition. "Other than being their coach, I want to help these young men in their journey to be more mature and great students." "The beauty of what I do is I'm expected to do nothing 1\.) 0 0 (!) "TT I 0 ::IJ 0 )> (f) m z :::! z m I I but be myself, and that's being empowering, and at the same time stern and a disciplinarian. I also understand "tJ you can't handle all of the ; players the same In that c aspeCt, I will adjust, but for the others, I don't adjust. m They know what I expect of 0 them, and what they expect llJ c r rm :::! z m < m ::IJ -< of themselves The Terriers will open their season at home against Alonzo on December 1st. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. -4 c m (f) 0 )> z 0 ::IJ 0 G') m .. w I )>

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0) Sports 0 N a: w co w > 0 z c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c (/) w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) ::::; m ::J a. z i= w -I -I ::) m I -I w z i= z w (/) .IO ADM I !>SIONS W ILl AF.CF.lVf: FREE UNOF.RGROUNO MONDAY MEM8F.RSH ? P CAADS GOOD FOfl ON E VI:RY MONOIW ON fOil THIS NIGH'( ONLY $20 ::ACI1 OOOHS OPE N 9 :30P.M. 2-4-1 ADMI SSION & PREE ORL'IK.':: T ILL 11 P .M. AFTER 11 MJ;MSEAS $ 5 GlJI;;S T S $8 WATCH OUT FOR OUR FASULOUS CALENDAR Of EVENTlHlOMING IN DI:CI:MBER Edwards Pleads Not Guiltv To Assault Charge BRAYLON EDWARDS CLEVELAND --Former Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge after h e was acc us e d of punch ing a man outside a downtown nightclub last month. Edwards was arraigned in Cleveland Municipal Court on Tuesday. The 26 yea r-old was tra d e d to the New York Jets tw o d ays afte r h e was accused of punching a fri end of NBA star LeBron James on Oct. 5 James called Edwards' actions "c hildish." Edwards waived his right to a speedy trial and was schedul ed for a Dec. 12 court hearing. Bowe suspended For Drug Violation DWAYNEBOWE .KANSAS CITY--Dwayne Bowe,-in -arid out of his coach s doghouse all year, is in inuch deeper trouble now. Kansas City's third-year wide receiver was suspended with out pay for four games Tuesday for violating the NFL's policy against performance-enhancing substances. Bowe's agent, Todd France, s aid his client was guilty onl y of taking a weight loss supplem ent. Neither the Chiefs nor the league would make further comment. Bowe's lo ss is a blow to the Chiefs (2-7), who have strug gled in coach Todd Haley's first year and been particularl y weak a t wide receiver, signing them off the stree t throughout the year and then discarding them and trying others. Westbrook To Visit Concussion Specialists PHILADELPH IA--Eagl es running back Brian Westbrook will v i s i t tw o co n c ussi o n speci a li s t s in Pittsbur g h on W e dnesday Westbrook sustain ed hi s second co n c u ss i o n in three weeks during Philadelphia's 31 -2 3 loss a t San Diego o n Sunday The 30-year o ld for mer All-Pro s uff e r ed his first career co ncus s ion on Oct. 26 agai nst W as hin g ton Westbrook first will consult with neuropsychologist Mark R. Lovell, head athlet ic trainer Rick Burkholder says in a statement. After tha t visit, Westbrook and Lovell will meet with neurosurgeon Joseph Maroon. BRIAN WESTBROOK Burkholder says Lovell has been consulting with the Eagles' medic a l staff on Westbrook's r ecove 1 y since his first concussion. Johnson Signs With Bengals CINCINNATI --Running back Larry Johnson s i gne d with the Cincinnati Bengals in a ba c kup role Tuesday, giving the AFC North leader s depth at the position for the rest of the season The Bengals waived defen sive tackle Orien Harris to open a roster spot for Johnson, who will be fourth on the depth chart at the out set. The move comes eight days after the Kansas City Chiefs l e t him go as he was set to return from his second suspension in the last 12 months. The Bengals have one of the NFL's leading rushers this season in Cedric Benson, but he has a strained hip muscle Coach Marvin Lewis first spoke with Johnson last Thursday and told him he LARRY JOHNSON would be last on the depth chart. He said he told Johnson he essentially will be an insurance policy in case Benson or one of the other running backs got hurt during what's sh a ping up as a pl ayoff season.

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Read All About It @' .. \ B J '"""''""" ........... ,.. --.,::-:-:----,--,...,---..... -----: .. ---HOROSCOPES TODAYS BIRTHDAY---Building brid ges \\ill be far eas i e r this year th a n l as t Begin with clear und e r s t a nding. A n olde r p e r so n h as achie \ e d b a lanc e -tak e di rec tions from thi s person c h ee 1fully. Th e n do your own ind epe nd e nt thing. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) --Rom a nce is usu ally a privat e thing Tod ay, t ake your love public, but remember the manners your mother taught y ou. "SAGnTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --Work on a research or writing project. While y ou're at it, add opinions about what could ha ve improved the out come CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --You ha v e nevv ideas about how to allo cate cash. Spend onl y if you must Otherwise, save for later in the month when y ou'll need extra. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --A partner provides everything you need to move ahead. Make hay early in the day. Dreamy moments occupy your evening PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) --Talent plus energy equals success Apply both to a task that you might not have assigned yourself. ARIES (March 21-April 19) --Although you're clear on what you want, others may not be. an alternative itinerary TAURUS (April2o-May 20) --Today y ou get a chance to reveal new lev els of feeling. Personal healing allows you to show love more easily. GEMINI (May 21-June 21) --Plan your day around physical activity. That way you keep your emotions in balance, and new ways of seeing things natural ly emerge. CANCER (June 22-July 22) --Expand your vision to include home and social responsibilities Dress in the morning with your evening in mind. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) --You feel like you could climb a mountain today Better to satisfy immediate needs within your household VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) --Keep your thoughts to yourself. You still need to cook them before they're ready to serve. LIBRA (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) --A new healing methodology grabs your attention Try it out, then decide if it's for you. Club 112 on The Move Again Activity is picking up again at Club 112. They recently held a concert, which filled the house, and there's always weekend activity. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Big Moe, Lil AI and Too-Cool Rickie-Rick. Collette. LiJ Moaet. Ms. Loveable. Pr'Ctty Boy-0. ALL MY CHILDREN --Ada m co nfront s S co tt a nd A nni e; Aida n puts his plan int o ac tion ; K endall doubts T a d' s claim that K e nd all is OK. A nni e i s in dir e straits ; Kendall falls into Aidan's tra p ; A mand a co m es clea n with .Ja k e AS THE WORLD TURNS --K a ti e hir es a ps ychic; H enry 's ser ve d with a restr a ining ord e r ; Meg threa t e n s D amia n Brad has no luc k with K a ti e; H enry i s accosted ; Jack and Carly arrive in Pittsburgh and fin ally find Simon THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL--Stephanie and P a m attempt to get Ann to remain in town ; Bill and Katie find romance in the sky on their way to their mysterious honeymoon location ; Ridge and Steffy take steps that,muld get their famil y closer to taking back Forrester Creations. Taylor helps a friend who's in desperate need of assistance ; Pam goes against Stephanie at1d 'Ann's wishes; Steffy misinterprets Brooke's comments about the Fot;rester family and takes offense to them. DAYS OF OUR LIVES--E.J realizes Stefano was behind the hit on Rafe; an angry Mia confronts Nicole in jail; Troy comes to Arianna and confirms there's a new drug boss; Melanie admits to Nathan that she's torn between him and Philip; Brady tells Nicole he'll help her Arianna and Rafe discover their little sister is in town; Melanie kisses Philip; Nicole convinces Brady to post bail for her; Nathan is forced to break a date and work the late shift; E.J realizes his father knew about the baby switch. GENERAL HOSPITAL--Johnny learns the truth about Dominic; .Jason unburdens himself to Carly; Nikolas and Elizabeth give in to desire. Sonny and Jason walk into a trap; Jason's stalker makes a strange move; Elizabeth nearly comes clean with Lucky. ONE LIFE TO LIFE --Tea's forced to confess the truth to Ross; Natalie takes her grief out on ,John; .Jessica wants answers from her stalker. Ross shows his violent side; Stacy tries to put the screws to Roxy; To,dd leams Tea has a daughter. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS --Phillip and Chance Say Good-bye. Lily asks too much of Mac; Kevin chooses Ryder over Michael and Nick Turns His Back on .Jack Patty tricks Emily; Chloe learns the truth about Mac's surrogacy .., :::0 0 ?< z 0 < m OJ m :::0 1\.) 0 1\.) 0 g

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0') 8 Entertainment N 0 N a: w al :: w > 0 z c a: LL. Joseph Jackson Lobs Accusations JOE JACKSON LOS ANGELES--On the eve of a hearing in the Michael Jackson estate, a lawyer for the singer's father filed a 6o-p.age motion Monday that intensifies a bid to get money from his son s estate by making accusations blizzard of docum e nts in court lat e Monda y claiming th a t the singer b elieved his old friends John Branca and John McClain had d e frauded him. H e a lso accused both of con flicts of int e rest and said they should be removed from administering the will. Joseph Jackson was omit ted from his son 's will with all of Michael Jackson's assets going to his mother, his chil dren and children's charities. Howard Weitzman, one of the attorneys representing Branca and McClain, issued a statement Monday night in response to the motion. A hearing on the matter is scheduled for Tuesday morn ing. !!':;: of fraud against the adminisC trators of his will. a: Joseph Jackson's attorLL ney, Brian Oxman, filed a c "These claims filed by Joe Jackson are so outrageous that they don't deserve any response," said Weitzman. z .... > a: w > w c w 2012-You need to check out this disaster movie for the special effects. ::::i A little long at 2 hours I 47 minutes. Made $230M Worldwide. [***%] m Good Hair-Chris Rock comes through in this documentary about hair. :::> Must See' [****} a. Disney's A Christmas Carol -Jim Carey stars in this animation of Z Charles Dicken's classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge. Disney should have i= passed on this one. [**%] The Vampire's Assistant -You will enjoy this vampire story. Check it -1 out! [***] :::> This Is It -A last look at the greatest entertainer of all times Michael Oil Jackson. You really don't want to miss this movie. [****and then some.] -1 Paranormal Activity -A couple is haunted by a demon in their apartment. This movie cost $15 thousand to make and has made $61 M i= since it was released 3 weeks ago. Not for kids. [***] z Law Abiding Citizen -Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler star in this well-w written suspense/thriller. Must see! [****] (J) The Stepfather-A mother's son retums from military school to find out
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Entertainment Beanie savs He's Readv To Battle Jav-z BEANIE SIGELvs. JAY-Z Beanie Sigel maintains h e is r eady to engage in a battle 'for the sports' with Jay-Z -that is, unless he and Jigga hav e a heart to-heart. On Friday, Beanie and so Cent put out the song I Go Off," and although Beanie didn' t direc tly throw lines at Hov, so called the Jiggaman out toward the end of the record. I don't think t h ere's mu c h a person could say about m e," Beanie said whe n a s ked how a b attle between him and Hova wou ld go. M y ga ngster' s n eve r be e n o n tri al. At the end of the da y what can you say about a real n--a? I ain't never t e ll on nobody. I was never in an awkward posi tion where I had to curb my manhood .... Jay can rap You can't take anything from Jay, but yo, I'm nice, cuz. I'm nice! Sigel also said he had an arsenal waiting should the rhyme fight commence. "''ll l eave it all alone if we have a conversation," Sigel said. The last time the two saw each other face-to-face or even spoke was two years ago at the opening of the 40/40 Club in Las Vegas, according to Sigel. Chris Brown On Dating: I've Been Kinda Chillin' CHRIS BROWN Chris Brown is ready to move on with his life. He has been sentenced and has begun his community labor and counseling; he's made the media rounds, apolo gizing for his actions; and he's gearing up for the release of his album next month. But when it comes to jumping back into the dating pool the singer said that's on hold-for now "My whole dating thing, I've been kinda chillin'." "I mean, I'm Chris Brown. I'm not saying it like that, but it's just, like, girls are gonna be around. I love women. But I would say I've just been chillin'. I haven t reall y been trying to get a relationship or trying to date anybody I've just kinda be]en working on me. Like I said, really getting me straight." Brown premiered his new video for "Crawl".>ort Friday during a brief appearance on The Wendy Williams Show." The singer spoke about the song recently and admitted it was inspired in part by his ex girlfriend. Chris Brown Drops New Single, 'Sing Like Me' Chris Brown debuted the third single from his upcoming Gmffiti album on Thursday a bcrllad titled "Sing Like Me ." The song, which Brown tweeted is "for all the ladies," is an R. Kelly-esque slow jam that finds the singer bragging about his skills with females over a classic 808 drummachine beat and Asian-sounding strings. So far, Brown h as unleash e d the b allad "Crawl" and the club track I Can Transform Ya," which a r e currently vying for tim e at radio with a trio of singles from ex-girlfriend Rihanna, who has a l so dropped three track s from h e r upcoming album, Rated R. Brown Was 'Embarrassed' To Be In Public 'It's something I have to live with, but it's something that I'm gonna change,' he said on BET's '106 & Park.' In a sit-down interview before a live audience on BET's "106 & Park," Chris Brown admitted he watched Rihanna's "2oj2o" interview with Diane Sawyer. I respect her decisions and whatever she wants to say," he said. "I personally want to keep things private, but at the end of the day, it's her decision." Throughout the sit-down, which was recorded earlier this week and aired last Thursday (November 12), Brown con tinu ed to apologize for assault ing Rihanna. The singer has revealed more of his emotions in each interview. During the BET interview, Brown also discussed the iso lation he feels in the aftermath of the February incident. ''I'm working on it,'' Brown explained. ''I'm really going through it. It's not just the physical labor [aspect of my punishment]; it's the mental labor. It's things that a 19year-old or a 20-year-old has to deal with. It's not just the room saying, We don't like you'; it's the world It kind of messes with a real person. I'm a real guy. I m not a mannequin or a robot. I'm a real dude, so that hurts. Brown said being judged by the court of public opinion is the worst of his punishments. Usher Bumps Up 'Ravmond vs. Ravmond' To Dec. USHER Usher was set to release his next album, Raymond us. Raymond, in early 2010, but since the single "Papers" has everyone buzzing, h e won' t keep fans waiting much longer. The singer has bumped up the album-release date to December 21, a rep for -Usher confirmed to MTV News on Friday (November 13). Producer Bryan Michael Cox spoke recently about his work on the upcoming album, promising a deeply personal project from Usher. Cox said the album will tell the stol'ies everyone wants to hear, especially since Usher is back on the single scene. Would 50 Cent Get on Dr. Ore's Song With Game; 'I Wouldn't Do It' so Cent and Dr. Ore h e lp e d Game c on coc t a classic album on The Documentary. And although things between so and Game went sour, the GUnit General said he's open to working with Ore again to break another MC. Since their falling out postDocumentary, 50 has vowed never to work with Game again. And even though Game has reunited with Ore for the Detox LP as well as his own R.E.D. Album, so says he wouldn't consider jumping on a record featuring Game. so CENT so briefly addressed the role Dr. Ore playe d in his and Game's feud on Before I Self Destruct's "So :IJ c }< z 0 < m s:: ttl m :IJ 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 tO "No," so said flatly when asked what his response would be to Ore's request for a reunion collaboration. "No I wouldn't do it. Disrespectfi-d." 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mr-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Funerals 0 N a: w Ill w > 0 z 0 a: u. 0 a: LL c z <( c en w .... > a: w > w c w :X: en ::::i m D. z i= w _, _, m ...:. w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 _, LL <( I co ,... w (!) MRS. JEFFERY M. BENNETI Homegoing services for Mrs. Jeffery M. Bennett "Sister," of 1010 E. 12th Avenue, who passed away Monday, November 16, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 1 p. m. at Revealing Truth Ministries, Greg Powe, pastor, with' Pastor John Acker, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Jeffery M. Bennett was born September 11, 1930, in Blakely, Georgia. She was a longtime resident of Tampa. Jeffery enjoyed watching basketball and fishing. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Zeke and Ida Salter; and son, Earl. She leaves to cherish her memories: a devoted and loving husband, John Bennett, Jr.; Cleam Salter, Frances Rouse, Diane Bennett and Darlene Bennett; grand-. children, Fred Salter, Gabriel Price, Angela Salter, Andetra Salter, Sky Bennett, Adelia Price, Brian Salter, Isaac rice a:nd Elizabeth Chambers; great grandchildren, Cedric, Zaria, Faven, Tatyana, Adrian, Jayden, Alexia, Julian and Ava; sister, Myrtice Watson; nieces, Linda, Annette, Christine and Ivory Salter; cousin, Gwen Reynolds; friends, Deloris Hunter, Fred Walker. Evergreen Neal and Charles Kendall; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held on Friday, November 20, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME wwwaikeOsfuneralhome.net MRS.SALLYE MAEEVERETI A homegoing celeqration for Mrs. Sallye Mae Everett of 6508 N 34th Street, who passed away Friday, November 13, 2009, at University Community Hospital will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 12 noon at College Hill Church Of God In Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street, with the Elder Charles Davis, pastor, and Elder Thomas Weeks, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery. Sister Sallye Everett was born to the late Charles Jackson, Sr. and Mary Boatwright in Jacksonville, FL, on March 31, 1930. Sister Everett was educated in the Duval County School System. She later traveled world wide, living in Germany and Oklahoma. She relocated to Tampa in the early 1960s. On April 7, 1968, she was joined in holy matrimony to the love of her life and Christian partner, Deacon Bryant Everett, Sr. Sister Everett has been a faithful member of Israel Bethel P. B. Church for many years, and was known as a child of God and a powerful prayer warrior. She was an active inember of the 2nd Saturday Prayer Ministry. Sister Everett retired from Anheuser-Busch Corp. in 1992. She enjoyed her retirement for years, traveling locally and cross country with herR. V. families NAAVRA, serving as church mother and being active in many community activities . Sister Everett was preceded in death by: her parents, Charles Jackson, Jr. and Mary Boatwright; 3 children, Charlie Lee Boatwright, Veronica Thompson and Labrenia Boatwright; 2 sisters, Naudain Jackson and Ellis Betty Jackson; brother, Alexandria Joshua; and aunt, Mary Elizabeth Joshua. She leaves to cherish her mem6ries: devoted husband and prayer partner, Deacon Bryant Everett; and children, Mary Lee Boatwright, Valencia William, Marion Carl Boatwright (Ella), Anthony Alderman, Randy Boatwright, Bryant Everett, Jr., and Ricky Williams; 13 grandchildren, Denise Westley and children, Merlania Thompson and childien, Lorena Wilson and childien, LaToya Wilson and children, Ashley Thompson Amaris Boatwright, Tamara Hotten and family, Rudy, Shaquilla Shannon and husband, Joseph, Allen Thompson, Jr., Justin Thompson, Damien Boatwright, Jr., Antonia Boatwright and Marion Carl Boatwright, Jr.; 30 great grandchildren; nephew, Arthur Cole; nieces, Jean Henry and husband, Anthony, Sherri Hall and husband, Jimmy, Tracy Everett and family and Cynthia Sutton and family; sisters-in-law, Alice Butler and Rev. Bill Butler, Thio Everett, Annie Muri Cole and Consulella Leath and Eugene; brothersin-law, Percy Everett (Helen), Monroe Everett (Evelyn), Morris Everett, and Edward Everett (Karen); goddaughter, Almeta Butler; devoted friends, Mr. and Mrs. Moses Coley, Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Edith Hankson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Janie Sherry, Mr. Oscar and Elizabeth Hall, Mr. Levi and Ruth Fleming, Elder Freddie and Dorothy Flucker, Mr. and Mrs. Frazier and Coretha Williams; a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins, neighbors and sorrowing friends. The remains will repose from 5-7 p. m. on Friday, November 20, 2009, at Eastside Funeral Home, 2301 N. Nebraska Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. in the chapel. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. Friends are asked to assemble at the church' at approximately 11:45 a. m. on Saturday, November 2ist. "AN EASTSIDE SERVICE" Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home -5117 North 22nd Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOJI.'D ANDERSON L. E I)_ 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our F mnily Can j\1eet '{our Family's Needs CRISJS .,,,,_,,,_,, JOHN HARMON LFD.813 HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street TamJ?E1 Flonda 33610 MR. GREGORY ERNEST ALLEN, JR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Gregory Ernest Allen, Jr., who was called home on Wednesday, November 11, 2009, will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 2 p. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, with the Rev. Dr. T; W. Jenkins, pastor, Pastor Clarence Nathan, officiating, Pastor Richard Spearman, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Gregory Ernest Allen, Jr., 17, of Tampa, was born on December 8, 1991. He is the son of Eddie and Darvi Pace and the 2nd of 4 siblings. Gregory was a senior at George S. Middleton Senior High School and was planning to enlist in the United States Marines after graduation. Gregory was preceded in death by: aunt; Sergeant First Class Cynara Ann Robinson; and paternal grandmother, Minnie Mary Allen. He is survived by: his parents, Eddie and Darvi Pace; paternal father, Gregory (Aiklah) Allen, Sr.; brothers, Michael, KeVaughn, Eirion, Noah, Jonah and Josih; sisters, Kiara, Teisha and Kyla; grandparents, Ulysees, Jrand Barbara A. Moore, Essie Mae Pace and Richard Pearson; aunts, Diane (Charles) Pace,_ Lorella Pace, Miami, Robin Boyd and Sheena (Samuel) Brown, both of Tampa; great aunts, Shirley (Gene) Williams, Dorothy Gloria Washington, all of Tampa, Delia Wisconsin; uncles, Ulysees, S. (Denise) Moore, Damien Barber, Lavain Tyrone Robinson, Herman Howard, Gary R. Moore, Eric Allen and Keith Allen, all of Tampa, Alvin and Charles Pace, Miami, Don Ronnell Hunter, Wisconsin; and a host of cousins, other family merithers, extended family and close friends. Special recognition ,to Stacie Youngblood, Tabitha Jones, Temetia Creed, and staff and students of George S. Middleton Senior High School and the Hillsborough County School System. The viewing for Gregory Ernest Allen, Jr. will be held on Friday, November 20, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at Greater Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 2628 E. 27th Avenue. Family and friends are asked to meet at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street on Saturday, November 21 2009, at 1:30 p. m. for the homegoing celebration for Gregory Ernest Allen, Jr. "EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" DEACON ALEXANDER W. 'BUCK' BUCHANAN The homegoing celebration for Deacon Alexander W. "Buck" Buchanan of Thonotosassa, FL, who passed away on Wednesday, Novembe1 11, 2009, will be held on Saturday, Novcmbe1 21, 2009, at 11 a. m. from the New Testament Missionary Baptist Church, 11530 Walke1 Road, Thonotosassa, with the Rev. John D. Anderson, Sr., senior pastor, delivering the eulogy. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Garden, Thonotosassa. Deacon Buchanan was born in Clarendon, Jamaica, ,on January 19, 1930. He moved to the United States of America in 1954 as a migrant worker. He worked as a foreman at the Thonotosassa Spada Camp, later he began working for the University of South Florida as a Custodial Supervisor for 35 years, where he retired. He met the love of his life in 1956, and married her on March 29, 1959, and together they raised 3 daughters and 2 sons. -Deacon Buchanan was an active member of New Testament M B. Church for many years. He was Superintendent of Sunday School, Chairman of the Deacon Board, Trustee Board, Treasurer and Custodian. He was preceded in death by: his father, Joseph Buchanan; mother, Agatha Rose Buchanan; 3 siblings, Phillip Buchanan, Wesley Buchanan and Florence Buchanan. He leaves to cherish fond memories with: his loving wife of 50 years, Gracie Buchanan; 3 daughters, Nora Buchanan B _onnick, Sandra Belisle (Alton), and Pauline Wilson (Marvin); 2 sons, Alexander Buchanan (Regina), and -Dwight .Buchanan (Melissa); 16 {grandchild-ren, 'Tiffany .'Belisle, Barry Davis, Jr., 1 ,Shannon Belisle, Bethany Buchanan, Jasmin Buchanan, _Zach Buchanan, Aleana 'Belisle, Julius Buchanan, Monique "Babyface'! Lewis, Quintin Buchanan, JosephAlexander Belisle, Kristina Buchanan, Robert Buchanan and Marvin Wilson, II, Michael Buchanan and Mignon WilSon; 4 great grands, Tre'quan Davis, Charlotte Buchanan, Carmin Baskin and Gary Nickelberry; 4 brothers, Luel Buchanan, Arthur Buchanan (Myrtle), Oliver Buchanan (Magnolia) and Martin Buchanan (Ina); sistet:, Adina Buchanan; a special family friend, Beverly Tribble; and a host of loving nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing for Deacon Alexander W. "Buck" Buchanan, will be held on Friday, November 20, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. with family hour from 6-7 p. m. at New Continued an next page

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Funerals ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Testament M. B. Church, Thonotosassa, FL. Family and friends arc a s k e d to meet at the church on Satu1da y at 10:30 a.m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWI NG AFTER THE EULO G Y "EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" MR. DERRICK LORENZO MOORE, SR. Homegoing services for MrDerrick Lorenzo Moore, Srwill be Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 10 a. m. from the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue, with Dr. Mark T. Jones, senior pastor, and Pastor Louise Gentle, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Derrick Lorenzo Moore, Sr. went home to glory on Friday, November 6, 2009. He was born on April 5, 1966, to the late David Moore and Roberta Sampson in Monticello, FL. He later moved to Tampa, where he attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. Derrick worked in various jobs, mostly as a truck driver and in construction. He was a long time -resident of Riverview Terrace. He leaves to mourn: a devoted and loving companion-of many years, Ms. Brenda J. Wilson; 5 children, Rodney Moore, Derrick Moore, Jr., LaDarius Moore, Andrea Moore and Nathaniel Harris; stepfather, Rochella Sampson; grandmother, Marie Moore Coger; 2 stepchildren, Elisha Peterson and WillieClark, Jr.; 6 brothers, Rickey (Kim) Hampton, Fredrick Thompson, Ft. Myers, FL, Maxi (Sirena) Thompson, Gary Thompson,. Cory (Felisa) Thompson and Mr. Virgil (Dorlinda) Thompson; 2 sisters, Roxiann Thompson and Tina (Thomas) Thompson; a host of uncles, nieces, nephe'Y's, cousins, special friends a d neighbors, among whom the staff at Tampa General Hospital (5K and 6K), Dr. Rosemurkee and the team at Tampa General Hospital, LifePath Hospice, Arnold King Moore, Jimmy (Iris) Williams, Harriett McCray, and the late Joseph Viewing for Mr. Derrick Lorenzo Moore, Sr., will be Friday, November 20, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday morning, November 21, 2009, at 9:30a.m. "EVERETT -DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME" t MS. BRANDY DENISE ROYAL The homegoing celebration for Ms. Brandy .Denise Royal of Tampa, who 'passed away Thursday, November 12, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 2:30 p. m. at Thonotosassa Seventh Day Adventist Church, 9525 Joe Ebert Road, Seffner, FL, 33592. Ms. Brandy D Royal was born August 26, 1982, in Miami, FL. She later relocated to Tampa. Brandy received a public education in Hillsborough County District Schools and later graduated from Wharton High school in June 2000. In May of 1999, Brandy was blessed with her first child, Brianna L. Butler. Brandy began her professional career as a Paraprofessional with autistic students at Pride Elementary (August 2001 -June 2004) and later transferred to Tampa Palms Elementary (August 2004 -June 2008). While working, Brandy attended Hillsborough Community College and later transferred to The University of Phoenix on her quest to attain her Bachelor's degree in Business. After leaving the School District, Brandy went on to work for Hillsborough County Health Department (Healthy Start). On October 4, 2009, Brandy was blessed with her second child, Braylin R. Shuler. Brandy was preceded in death by: Carrie Richardson (great, great grandmother), Albert and Rutha Mae Jennings, Sr. (great grandparents), Clem Proctor, Sr. and Delores Senia (grandparents), Annie Emziah (grandmother), George Jennings, Sr. (great uncle), Beverly Stevens (great aunt) and Beverly Denise Griggs (aunt). Left to cherish fond memo' ries of her are: her child1en, tBrianna Butler and Braylin Shuler; parents, Benjamin and -Glenda J acks,on, SJi.; ..Benjamin Jackson, Jr.; sisters, (Floyd) Watkins, Trina Turner and Keisha Jackson; aunts and uncles, James T. (Helen) Jackson, Georgia M. Jackson, LaVerne Strong, Clem Proctor, Rutha (Ronald) Jones, Paula (Reginald) Jones, Shelia (Mark) Palumbo, Vernon Proctor, Dionne Proctor and Quenton Proctor; great grandmother, Beatrice Proctor; grandmother, Toni Proctor; honorary grandmother, H. Yvonne Jones; great uncles, Charles (Wanda) Proctor, Will Proctor and Albert Jennings, Jr.; great aunts, Virginia Polite, Ruby (Ed) Jones and Freddie Dukes; and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation for Ms. Brandy Denise Royal will be held on Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Thonotosassa Seventh Day Adventist Church, 9525 Joe Ebert Road, Seffner, Florida 33592. A HARMON BURIAL MRS. JULIA LOIS ANDERSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Julia Lois Anderson who passed away on Wednesday November 11, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Mount Olive Missionary Baptist Church, 4008 East Cayuga Street, (Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps Drive) Tampa, 33610 with Revered Dr. C.P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Unity AME Church Cemetery, Seffner, Florida. Anderson will be held Friday e \ ening afte 1 5 p Ill. at H a l'lnon Funeral H o m e 5002 N 4 0th Sl!eet. Tampa. 33610. Family will receiYe friends f r o m 6-8 p m. F1iends arc asked t o assem ble at the Chmc h at 10:4 5 a. m. A HARMON BURL.\.L MS. JOSPEHINE WOODARD Mrs. Julia Lois Anderson was Ms. Josephine Woodward born on August 9 1927, in of 7402 Kingston Drive, Seffner, to the union of the late Tampa, passed away Sam and Estella Thomas. She Wednesday, November 11, attended the Hillsborough 2009, at University County School System. Community Hospital. Julia Anderson worked hard A homegoing celebration in the food business at will be held Saturday, Singleton Seafood Company November 21, 2009, at 12 before retiring after 28 years. noon at the Holy Outreach This phenomenal woman loved For Christ House Of Prayer, her family with strong passion. 2818 E. Osborne Avenue, with She also had a passion for Dr. Ala Faye Nelson Vickers, cooking some of the best food pastor, officiating. on this side of Heaven. Ms. Josephine was born on Julia, a phenomenal woman, May 15, 1926, to the late gave her life to Christ and was Lawrence and Louise baptized at St. Mary's AME Church of Seffner at an early Woodard in Ocala, FL. She age. She later moved to Mt. resided in the Tampa Bay area Olive Missionary Baptist for the past 56 years. Due to Church under the leadership of her love for children she was the Rev. Dr. c. P. Epps. where a babysitter in her home for she served diligently up until over 30 years. her health failed. Julia served She leaves to cherish her as a member of the Senior memories: a loving daughter, Mission and the Jubilee Karen Smith and husband, Chorus. Chris, Sr.; 3 adopted sons, Mrs. Julia Anderson was pre-Curtis M. Daniels, Gary ceded in death by: her devout Daniels and Kevin Daniels, all father and mother, the late of Tampa; 8 grandchildren, Sam and Estella Thomas; her Patrick Brown, Joseph loving and devoted husband, Brown, Rashaud Smith, the late Selley Anderson; and Christ Smith, Jr., Tevin loving daughters, the late Smith, Curtis Daniels, Jr., Sharon (Sister) Anderson, the Javion Howard and Antwon late Annette Poole and the late Washington, United States Ella Mae Wardlow. Military, Ft. Bragg, NC; a god-Mrs. Julia Anderson leaves son, Elmore Joseph of Tampa; behind to re-member and and a host of close family honor her life: her beloved members and children, Betty Benjamin Visitation fc : Ms. (Thomas), Selley Anderson, Jr-Josephine Woodard will be (Lisa), Ronnie Anderson held on Friday, November 20, (Charlotte), Clarence Anderson 2009, at Integrity Funeral (Kathy), Carl Lee Anderson Services, 3 822 E. 7th Avenue, (Patricia), Timmie Anderson, f 0 5 8 Th f '1 n Michae'I -Anderson r -m. e ami Y WI (A t tt ) L d receive friends. from 6-7 p.m. n o1ne e eonar F .1 d f d k d Anilers'&n;:-:-(Angelita)'-' and Y .... s ;rr,e as e f -,to church on siblings, Emma Hendry and Saturday by 11:30 a.m. Billy Thomas (Willie Mae); sis-Arrangements entrusted to ters-in-law Christine McCaslin INTEGRITY FUNERAL SER-DEACON BILLIE RICHARD GUED, SR. Deacon Billie Richard Cued, Sr., 79, passed away Saturday, November 14, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November z 0 < m s: OJ m ::0 1'\) 0 1'\) 0 0 <0 21, 2009, at 11 a m. at First Missionary Baptist Church of Seffner, 6720 CR 579, with Pastor Nathaniel W. Love, officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Brandon. Deacon Gued was a native of 0 Cleveland, Tennessee, and :::C was a resident of the Tampa 0 Bay/Brandon area for over 30 )> years. He joined First M. B. (J) Church of Seffner in 1977, and m was a United States Air Force Z Veteran who enlisted in 1951 ::::! and retired in 1977. Z Deacon Gued was preceded in death by: his mother, Maggie Gued; and father, John Rodgers. r-He leaves to cherish his rmemory: his wife, Juanita; his !:!1 five children, Billie, Jr-z (Kathy), Andre (Vivian), Quintina (Raymond), Lisa (Preston) and Kevin (Gail); tD ten grandchildren, Andre, Jr. r-(Latesha), Tiffany (i) (Herminio), Kevida, :I: Raymond, III, Traniece, m Jonathan, Jasmine, Quinn, 0 Kearhra and Terrel; seven m great grandchildren; mother-in-law; two brothers-in-law; :::C and a host of cousins, godchil--< dren, church family and -t friends. C: The remains will repose rn today, November 20, 2009, 0 from 4-8 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 -... N. Howard Avenue. )> Arrangements entrusted to Z RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL 0 HOME, Rhodes & Northern, "T1 Owners. -:::C 0 Johnson; fifty VICES. .. grandchildren, Nanette, ,::::::;:===:;:======================= .... .. OPENING!!! Latoya, Carl, Jr. Tanyale, "' /) 3822 E 7th Ave Tampa, Florida 33605 Selena, Yolanda, Sharon, (Come r Of 39th St. & 7th Ave ) Michael, Jr. Reba, Robert, (813) 248-5000 Marcus, Alyce, Leonard, Jr. $34 I 9 oo Tiffany, Bernard, Jr. Latosa, 1 r1 Ill PI Laquandis, Shantia, Kendrick, 018f9 IJ 80 Kenny, Colleen, and Lester; special friends, Sister Curtis, Includes : Mother Rutledge, Sister Lillian Casket w/7 Different Colors To Select From Epps, and Mrs. Johnnie Mae Lead Car Official Sheriff Escort Garner; and a host of great Casket Spray Register Book grandchildren, great, great 100 Standard Programs Death Certificate grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. 8 Passenger Limo G') m Visjtation for Mrs. Julia Lois {IThe Heart Of Serving Family First"

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0 C\1 cc UJ Ill :2 UJ > 0 z Cl cc u.. c a: u. c z <( c en UJ => .... > a: w > UJ c w :I: en ..J Ill => a. z i= w ..J ..J => Ill I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. <( I 0 C\1 w (.!) MRS. DOROTHY MAE FLOYD Mrs. Dorothy Mae Floyd, 82, of Tamp.:!, passed away Sunday, November 15, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 21 2009, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend James Anderson, officiating. Mrs. Floyd, affectionately called "Mrs. Dot" was a native of Dothan, Alabama, and a resident of Tampa for over 6o years. She was preceded in death by two sons, Felton Floyd and Julius Knight. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Willie Knight, Lawrence Cottman, Joyce Stephens, Juanita Tho;mas and Sandra Rolfe; grandchildren, Charles Irvin, Jr. Ecila Rolfe, Nicholas Langston, Amanda Rolfe, Latasha Thomas, Dondre Rolfe, Nathaniel ThomasTee!, Dominique Hamilton, Jahmerial Thomas, Denise Hamilton, Nathan Thomas, John Hamilton, Brenyant Floyd, Frankie Hamilton, Micheal Irvin, Lauryn Cottman, Selvilla Irvin, Santana Rolfe, Lewis S, Chris Ivory, Johnny Ivory, Jr., and Sarah McQuay; great grandchildren, Shantira Green, Charles Irvin, III, Denecia Borrow, Kamyra Irvin, Marco Rolfe, Nyema Rolfe, LaClarence Thomas, Alexandria Thomas, Xessences Young, Taylor Irvin, Carlen Irvin, Micheal Irvin, Jr., Jamerial Hamilton, Keyontia Everttd and Cincere Corinth; niece, Karen Cole; nephew, Johnny Ivory and wife, Sharon; brother-in-law, Alton Silas; daughters-in-law, Wanda Knight, Janice Floyd, Frenae Knight and Latasha -Hicks; and a host of other soqrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 5-8 p.m. today, November 20, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MOTHERZETHA MAE WASHINGTON Mother Zetha Mae Washington, affectionately called "Ms. Zeth and Mother" of Tampa, formerly of High Springs, Florida, passed away, "\IVednesday, November 11,2009. A homegoing celebration will be conducted Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 11 a.m. at Williams Tabernacle Church of God by Faith, 1605 NW First Avenue, High Springs, FL, with Elder James Williams, Sr., pastor, officiating. Interment will be Tuesday, November 24, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mother Washington was a native of High Springs, FL, and a resident of Tampa since 2005. She was employed by Alachua General Hospital and Brown' s Restaurant. Mother Washington was a faithful member of Williams Tabernacle Church of God by Faith, where she served in many auxiliaries. She was preceded in death b y : her mother, Annie Lou Price; granddaughter, Y vette W ashington; and siblings Martha and Otis Johnson, Betty Williams, Maude Lewis, Merry Lee, Harvey, Lester and Frank Price. She leaves to mourn her passing: a loving and devoted son, Nathaniel Washington, Sr. (Bernadette); 5 caring grandchildren, Karen Woodson (Benjamin), Nathaniel Washington, Jr. (Tersita), Kimberlyn Gray, Dywan Washington (Latheria) and Nicci Washington (Duke); 13 great grandchildren, Antonio Washington, Tyrone and Sharone Taylor, Nathaniel Washington, III, Trevarus Albury, Jamarcus, Sadreal and Zandreal Gray, Dywan, Jr. and Darrius Washington, Jamarl Alford, Arthur Polite, DuQuavia and Duke Harris; 7 great, great grandchildren, Antonio Washington, Jr., Tyron and Ty'Leiah Taylor, Je'Ronda Thornton, Rodryck Williams, Tre'Miaya and Mikaya Albury; 7 sisters, Vivian Freeny (Cranford), Queen Esther Price, Vandella Durr, Blondie Hickmon (Freddie), Sandra Price, Lucy Mitchell and Charlotte Gavin; 2 brothers, Ronnie Price (Margaret) and Cedric Price; sis_ter-in-law, Mary Price; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Special mentions to: Katrina Batchelor, Chris Washington, Keisha Endsley and Patricia Beacham. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. today, November 20, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. CHARLES JORDEN Mr. Charles Jorden, affectionately called "Chuck," of Wimauma, FL, passed away Friday, November 13, 2009. A celebration of life service will be conducted Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 11 a.m. a t Brown Memorial Church of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Tampa, Bishop Matthew Williams, Pastor; Reverend Dr. John L. Giles, Presiding with Superintendent A P. Conage, eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Jorden was a native of Coila, Mississippi, and was a resident of Wimauma, FL, for 52 years. He was preceded in death by his son, Charles Jorden, Jr. He leaves to cherish his memory: his beloved and devoted wife of 52 years, Ola Mae Jorden of Wimauma ; his loving children, Joyce D. (James) Jorden of Wimauma, Myrtis (Pastor Willie) Fowler of Valrico, Wonder D. (James) Jorden of Thonotosassa, FL, Anthony G . (Gail) Jorden of Wimauma, Craig S. (Xiomara) Jorden of Tampa, Rosie M. Jorden of Tampa, Jacquelyn D. Jorden of Thonotosassa, Donald F. (Ta-Tanisha) Jorden of Thonotosassa, and David C. (Kathy) Jorden of Wimauma; thirty grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren; four brothers and six sisters; two godchildren; a special nephew/son, Johnnie MJones of Wildwood, Florida; special niece, Caterial (Melvin) Carver of Tampa; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose today, November 20, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at New Palm River Church of God In Christ, 1304 S. 58th Street, Tampa, 33619, and the bereaved family will receive family from 7-8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS 'FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MR. WILLIE GIBSON Funeral services for Mr. Willie Gibson will be held Saturday, November 21 2009, at 11 a. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue. MS. HELEN D. CARRIE Ms. Helen D. Carrie of Wimauma, FL, passed away Tuesday, November 10, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 21, 2009, at 1 p m. at Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, 5910 Vel Street, Wimauma, with Reverend Levern Waiters, pastor, eulogist. Interment will follow in Wimauma Community Cemetery. Ms. Carrie was a native of Tampa, and a lifelong resident of Wimauma. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a member of Mt. Moriah M. B. Church, where she served as Church Clerk foq many years. Ms. Carrie retired February 2006 after over 30 years of service as a School Bus Driver from the School District of Hillsborough County. She was a member of the Grand Benevolent Society # 1. She was preceded in death by: her brother, Vernard Felder; sister, Ethe l Muldrow; special friend, Harvey Porter, Sr.; good friends, Bessie Jenkins, Leola Jenkins, Marilyn Williams and Darlene LaFave. She leaves to cherish precious memories: her loving daughters, Andra Singleton (Sam) and Denise Porter (Vonn); beloved son, Myron Levins; six grandsons, Henry Porter (.Lastasha), Robert Levins, Horace Porter (April), Dontae Porter, Darnell Levins and Desmond Levins; two granddaughters, Latasha Levy (Carl) and Julia Levins; two brothers, J. Don Carrie (Bessie) and Havard Carrie, Sr., (Elaine); six great grandchildren, Henry Porter, Jr., Destiny Levy, Anecia Porter, Ryan Porter, Horace Porter, Jr. and J'Marion Levins; godson, Cordell Nelson; nieces and nephews, Morgan Muldrow, Clifford Muldrow, Wanda Washington, Mark Carrie, Nikki Carrie, Havard Carrie, Jr., Tonia Williams, Quinton Hicks and Curtis King; stepchildren, Harvey Porter, Jr., Lonnie Porter, Gregory Sanders and Catina Porter; sorrowing friends, Elnoris T 'urner, Fannie Washington, Evelyn Hicks, Earnest Morgan, Raleigh Nelson, Herman Gay, Edna Stephens, Dellarine Anderson, Cindy Fullwood, Jannie Rimes, Kelsie Smith, Cory Darby, Ann Young, Gloria Young, Lizzie Stephenson, Linda Frye many other sorrowing relatives and friends, including Area Five Transportation of Hillsborough County. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m. today, November 20, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. MRS. FELECrA ANN I WINTONS-TAYLOR Mrs. Felecia Ann WintonsTaylor of Tampa, passed away Saturday, November 14, 2009, at University Community Hospital after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, November 23, 2009, at 12 noon at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Interment will follow in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tampa. Mrs. Wintons-Taylor was a native of Lake City, FL, and a resident of Tampa for over 30 years. She graduated from Columbia High School, Lake City, FL, class of 1977, and The University of South Florida, Class of 1981. After graduating from USF, Felecia decided to make Tampa her home. She was the owner of Books For Thought, Tampa's first Black bookstore, until she closed in 2007. Felecia was the First Lady of Prevailing Word Worship Center, where her husband, Bishop Nathan J. Taylor, serves as Pastor. She was preceded in death by her father, Melvin P. Wintons, Sr. She leaves to cherish her memory: her loving husband, Bishop Nathan J. Taylor; mother, Lillie Mae Wintons; brothers, Wilbur, Samuel (Velma), Tyrone, Pastor Melvin, Jr. (Kathy), Marion (Donna), and Milton; sisters, Drucilla, Marilyn (DeLeon), Dr. Brenda (Steve) and Dr. Donna (Floyd); sisters-in-law, Mary, Dorothy, Naomi and Esther; uncles, J. C., Willie, Tommie Lee, Lewis (Andria), James (Carolyn), Fred, Jr., and Freddie; aunts, Annie Mae (Maurice), Jacquelyn (Herman), Jeanie Mae, Luverna, Juanita (Dexter), Henrietta, Carolyn and Stella !_( @hester); godson, William c JCross; dedicated caregivers .ifhat were like sisters, 1 (Dave), Ingrid and Mandy; a host of loving nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, cousins, other relatives, dedicated classmates of 1977, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Sisters and many sorrowing friends. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Sunday, November 22, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue and the family will receive friend from 6-7 p. m. at the chapel. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners.

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MRS. RILLA M. FISHER Homegoing celebration for M ts. Rilla M. Fishe r of Tampa, who passed away Monday, November 16 2009, will b e held Saturday, November 21 2009, at 10 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptis t Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, of which the Reverend Dr. T W. J enkins i s pastor, with the Reverend Benjamin Broadnax, officiating. Interment will be made on Monday, November 23, 2009, at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. She was preceded in death by her daughter, parents and seven siblings. She leaves to cherish memories of her: a loving and devoted husband of 60 years, James Fisher; daughter, Marva; son, Tommy (Angela); grandchildren, Angela (Carnell), Ztoria, James, Tiereya, Amanda, Waynlyn, Tommisina, Tamara, Tommy, Jr., and Tomarcus; great grandchildren, Latisha, Latila, Mauricia, Myya, Resha, Chyna, Je'Niyah, Za'Maria, Dreon, Keon, Loriyah, Kemus, Jovan and Mekhi; surviving sister, Lula; 3 brothers-in-law and 4 sisters-inlaw; 2 loving and devoted nieces, Shirley Best and Lorraine Fisher; a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends who include three special friends, Mr. and Mrs. William Ford and Mrs. Eleanor Martin. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Mrs. Fisher relocated to Tampa in 1952. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and retired from Herman Sausage Company. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the famjly wil! receive friends from p. m., Friday, November 20, 2009, at Wilson Funer_al Home, 3000 N. 29th Street.i / Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 9:45 a. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funerlhome,com t MR. JOE LEE JAMES, SR., (A.K.A., JOSEPH) Homegoing s ervic e for Mr. Joe L e e ( A.K.A., Joseph) J atnes, Sr. of T ampa, who passed away Sunday November 15, 2009, will b e h eld Saturday, N ovember 21, 2009, at 2 p m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3 000 N. 29th Street, with Pastor Johnnie Miller, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park C emetery. He was preceded in death b y : his p arents Mary (M amie) Thomas James and Travis James; his wife of 63 years, Inez Johnson James; and his oldest son, Joe Lee James, Jr. He leaves to cherish memories of him devoted loved ones: daughters, Jacqueline James White and husband, Samuel, III, and Gloria Drew and husband, Bobby; son Donald James and wife, Brenda of T ampa; grandchildren, Christopher and wife, Josie, (Tony) Mark McCord and wife, Simone, Leticia and Derrick, Sr., Samuel, IV, Neenia, Ashley, Marcus, Dontay,. Antonio and Cherinese; great grandchildren (reunited from grandson, Tony) Olivia-Rose, Christopher, Jr., Jaylen, Derreyona, Derrick, Jr., Derreyale, Derreious, Day-nay, Queshawn (Bam-Bam), Marcos, Brandon, Elijah and Toni; 2 sisters, Isabelle James of Tampa and Willie Mae Gainey of Oakland, CA; sisterin-law Elouise James of Bishopville, SC; a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, cousins and friends; best friends, Ray Johnson, Larry Desoto, Helen Burke, Lena and Rubin Hawkins; special friends, Sis. Griffin and family and other relatives and friends. Mr. James was born in Atmore, Alabama. He relocated to Jersey City, NJ, where he resided for 37 years. Mr. James later moved to Tampa. He worked for Smooth Brothers in the 6os, Robin Lumber Company in the 70s, and for a construction company (Larry Desoto's) in the 8os and retired in the 90s. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, November 20, 2009, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com in funeral services for over 70 years. Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes & Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 251-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net MRS. MILDRED ALEXANDER SIPLIN Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Mildred Alexander Siplin of Tampa, will be held Saturday Novembe r 21 2009, at 11 a m. at First Baptist Chmch of College Hill, 3838 N 29th Street, with the Reverend E van Bunows, Senior Pastor, officiating Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Mildted Alexander Siplin passed from this life on Tuesday, November 10, 2009, and is now present with the Lord. She leaves many precious memories with: her devoted husband, Wallace of 58 years; sister, Dorothy Dove Miller of Philadelphia, PA; brother, Benjamin McCall (Cora); sister-in-law, Rhoda Shirley (Vilmore); brother-in-law, Marion Baker; children, Joreatha McCall Capers, Cedrita Siplin Reid (Wallace), Rodney Wallace Siplin, Anthony D. Siplin (Brenda), Vanessa Siplin Williams and Carlton Keith Siplin; grandchildren, Aria Siplin Turner (Jerel), Kenneth D. Siplin (Kelia), Derrick I. Powell (Karen), Roddrick W. Siplin (LaToya), Tavonte Russell, Jarius Moody-Siplin, Eartha Victoria Williams, Rodnae' Siplin, Tiffany Crawford and Desmond Crawford; great grandchildren, A shley Williams, Adrian Williams, Kiarah Siplin, Kenny Siplin, Jr., Valencia Powell, Antonio Powell, Alexandra Powell, Dominique Harrell, Jacquez Turner, Jaylen Turner, Javonta Turner, Tyee Earl Corley, Laila Siplin and Rishon Siplin; daughters-inlaw, Florence Gainer (Tallie) and Leola Siplin; nieces, Pamela King, Betty Stanford (Bobby), Mary Fleming (John), Iris Coleman, Maxine Alston, Agnes Knight, Cora Lee Height (Paul), Vickie Young (Clarence), Clara Glover (Jarvis), Wanda Knight, .Nora Simpson, Betty Ewings, Rosa Lee Riley, Glenda Baker (Cleophus), Dorothy Ross, Donna Cross, Lquvenia Driver (Sylvania) and Alesia Rutledge; nephews, Michael Miller, Andrew McCall, Hal Siplin, Albert Siplin, Joseph Siplin, Wilbur Simpson, Everett Simpson and Sol Jenkins; special friends of the family, Lawrence Johnson, Sr., Rosby McCaskill (Charles), Peggye Jones, Ladies of The Orchid Club, Inc., Irene Johnson (Johnny), Caroline Jones, Pearl Pervis, Shirley Myles (Theodor. e )..and Authorine Clark; adopted daughters, Hattie Crawford (Walter), Linda Parker Edwards, Normita Jeffery (Timothy), Ruth Carter, Jewel N. Warren (Carl), Dolores Mcintosh and Dr. Brunilda Nazario; adopted sons, Anthony Tim and Alfred Smith; and a host of other relatives and friends. A native of T ampa, M r s Siplin was educat e d in the public school s o f Hillsbotoug h County She was a Teachet s Aide with the Hillsbmough County School Di strict, prior to tetirement. The r emains will repose from s-9 p. 111. and the family will receive ft i ends ftom 7-8 p m ., Friday, Novembe r 20, 2009, at Wilson Funera l Home, 3000 N 29th Street. Friends ate a s k e d t o assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a .m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wjlson-funeralhome.com MR. MARC ROBERT STRODE A homegoing celebration for Mr. Marc Robert Strode of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, November 11, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 21, 2009 at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, of which the Reverend T. D. Leonard is pastor . Apostle Gregory Anderson will officiate, and Pastor James Wolfe will be the eulogist. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He leaves to cherish fond memories of him a loving family: father, Marc Jones; mother, Kellye Strode; daughter, A'mari Mylove Strode; fiancee', KaShawna Miller; 6 sisters, Jessycah (Johnny), Calisse, Alexis, Jada, Marckala. and Asia; loving grandparents, Mary Jones, Robert and Edna Strode; nephew, Johnny Mack; aunts, Linda, Edith, Roberta (Lewis), Pam (Gator), Anita (James), Trina, Mieko (Ponce) and Andrea (Marcus); uncles, Alexander, Walter, and Earl; great uncles, Robert, Jr. of Texas, Roger of California, and Jessie, Sr. (Barbara) of Chicago, IL; godmother, Teressa; step-family, McKenzie Hawkins, Valencia, Clare nce, McK e n z ie, III, and Markesha and a hos t of cou sins and othe r r elatives and fl'i ends. M a r c Robert Sttode entered into this wodd on May 11, 1 989, in Tampa. H e was baptized in Jesus' name and fille d with the H o l y Ghost. Marc attende d Jef f e r son High School. The remains will r epos e fron1 10-11 a. nt., Saturday, Novembe t 2 1 2009 (one hour prior to service ), at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptis t Church, 2606 W. Grace Street. Friends arc asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. A WILSON S ERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR BELOVED MARION CEDRIC 'CJ' CARRIN(}TON, JR. A Very Special Angel 12/24/04-11/23/08 It has been a long and painful year and yet it seems like only yesterday you were here. You were such a joy and you left us memories that will last a lifetime. We dearly miss you. Your family: the Carringtoris, Cedric and Davina, D., Jr. and Luella, Herbert D., III, and Karen, Warren and Angel, Herbert D., IV, Gwendolyn, Warren, Jr. and Darryl Chase. t WHATEVER. THE TIM. E OF YEAR. FUNERA. t 3000 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. 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0'> Memoriams(Card Of Thanks 0 N ll: LU CXl LU > 0 z Cl a: LL Cl a: LL Cl z <( Cl (/) w ::> .... > a: UJ > UJ Cl w J: (/) ::::i co ::> a. z j::: w ..J -I ::> co I ...J w z j::: z w (/) < Cl a: 0 ..J LL HEARTFELT LOVE AND GRATEFULNESS A 38-YEAR TRANSITIONAL CELEBRATION EARLIEST "WILL" WILLIAMS The popular gospel artist Hezekiah Walker recorded the song, "Grateful." The lyrics resonate in our ears and the message fills our hearts with precious memories of our daddy and mother, Leila. To each, we love dearly; and we give daily praise to our Heavenly Father for their endless love and endless life. To this end, Daddy ... ... Yes, I am gratefulfor tlte victories we've won, I could go on and on and on about Your works because I'm grateful, so grateful, so grateful just to praise you, Lord, (Daddy), ... flowing from my heart are the issues of my heart is gratefulness." With heartfelt love and gratefulness, Juanita, Leatricia, Earliest "Bro," Valretha "Val," Maggie, Norma, Michelle and your grandchildren. REMEMBERING OUR SOLDIER JEREMIAH HAYWOOD, II, a.k.a., BABYBOY Sunrise: 11-17-90 Sunset: 11-20-08 It's been one year since you've been gone. We yearn to see and hear you. Memories are our keepsake, we'll never part, and you are forever in our hearts. Missing you, Ma and Daddy, Michelle and family, Mellissa Jones and family, Mike Collins and family. IN LOVING MEMORY ON YOUR BIRTHDAY We share and treasure your memories. There will always be a place for you in the hearts of those who knew you. We miss you and wish you were given just a while longer with us; we accept God's Will. Because of You, we are stronger adults today. Thinking of you in a special way, Jimmie, Jr., Veronda, Bobby and other loving family members and friends. JIMMIE LEE CONAGE,SR. NOVEMBER 19th ELDER JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JR. 11-23-91 Memory is a special place in our hearts where we can find comfoi"t in the treastll"ed thoughts of those we hold dear. Love, mother, Ma1tha Thompson and family. IN MEMORIAM JOHNNIE JACKSON 11-21-08 (Passed) Johnnie, although it's been a year since you left us, it seems like yesterday. We will never forget your love and kindness. And you1 smile helps us smile through the sorrow. \'\le will always love you. Nita, kids and grandkids. IN LOVING MEMORY DEACON CURTIS MARSHALL APRIL 8, 1936 -NOVEMBER 22, 2008 He Is Gone. But Not Forgotten Anonymous He is gone, but not forgotten, his memory lives on. Marshall, you were a blessing who fulfilled our lives for so long. Now our eyes are fillt>d with sorrow for without you is how we face tomorrow. Laughter is how I remember you best, full of faith, sunshine, and happiness. You are a solider in the army of the Lord, so you had to now lay down your sword. Holidays and birthdays will never be the same, gone fishing is what we will say was your game. Our good times are now a memory as you are laid to rest. Know that you are in our hearts, we love you and God Bless. With love, the Marshall family. FRANCES B. JOHNSON DECEMBER 6, 1933 -NOVEMBER 19, 2008 To some you are Mama J and to others you are Sweet. But you're gone on now, you must take your seat A wonderful lady that is loved so well, oh boy did she have a story to tell as she taught our children to read and write, get on a plane with her sorors and was out of sight. Her legacy will live on in her family that is so strong, God's will was done as He took our loved one. Now that you are laid to rest know that God loves you best. With Love, the Family. 'THIS IS THE DAY' NOVEMBER 20, 2007 RHONIE E. SCOTI This is the day the Lord has made. This is the day your guardian angel escorted you to your heavenly home. This is the day we sadly let you go. This is the day we will always remember you. Love and miss you, mom and dad, sisters, Rhonda, Brenda and Barbara Scott. CARD OF THANKS MS. HAZEL FISHER The family of the late Ms. Hazel Fisher wishes to express thei1 sincere thanks to each of you fo1 you1 visits, calls, flowers, food and other kind gcstmes rendered them during the demise of thei1 beloved one. Special thanks to: the Greater Hope M. B Chu1ch family, Rev. John D. Ande1son, .Jr., Rev. Louis Jones, Eve1ett -Den & Anderson Funeral Home, Sadarria James and St. John Progressive M. B. Church family. Jack Fisher and family. CARD OF THANKS RHONDA FAYE STRICKLAND The family of Mrs. Rhonda Faye Strickland would like to take this time to express our sincere "Thanks" for your kind thoughts and deeds during our time of bereavement. "Special Thanks" to Pastor Jeffrey Singletary and members: Rev. Karen Sims and )Elder Henry Green of Mt. Zion AME Church of Riverview, FL, the staff of Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace, and Ray Williams Funeral Home and their compassionate staff members and many other family members and special friends. In God's everlasting Grace. The family.

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Crime Woman Arrested For Choking Groom's Grandmother At Wedding Brawl On Nove mb e r 8th a w ed din g r eception brawl a t th e Rus t y P e li ca n Restaurant e nd e d with tw o p eople b eing a rr es t ed. During th e brawl Tampa P olice r eport that Sandra Dean, 26, tri e d to choke th e g room 's 74-year-o ld grandm o ther. The brawl began when a friend of the groom was throwing dollar bills to children on the dance floor, and another gues t didn t like it A shoving match started that became a full-blown fight with 30 to 40 people throwing punches in the parking lot Police said one man was knocked to the ground by a brick to the head. An officer was also punched as h e tri ed to separate th e guests. Police said then the fight moved several miles away to the parking lot of the R es idence Inn on Boy Scout Boul eva rd Police said the groom's grandmothe r, Mary Wright, tried to stop the SANDRA. DEAN violence and ye lled a t the guests to stop. Soon after her pl ea, police said a woman had her h a nds around Ms. Wright's n eck. That woman was later id en ti fied as Dean. Dean came to the scene wit h Malcolm Hepburn, 30. Hepburn brought a s t o len gun with him, police said. Som e one a t th e fight called Hepburn and told him the groom and his brother had struck Hepburn's cousin with a brick. Hepburn Man Faces Charges From Crash ERNEST LOISEAU On Monday at 3:47a.m., Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies were responding to a domestic related call at 4733 Waters Avenue. The caller reported that a man had come to her residence, battered her and had taken her van without her permission. The first deputy on the scene spotted a van matching the description of the stolen van at a 7-11 Store on Waters en you haste, 5, 8, 9, you must repent in leisure. 32, 37 42. a nd Grady Avenue. When the deputy tried to read the lic ense plate, the van fled. The deputy caught up with the vehicle to confirm the license number, and the driver description as being of the domestic violence suspect. The van pulled into a park ing lot and the d ep uty pull ed in and notified dispatch of the loc a tion At that time, th e va n fled, leavin g the d eputy still sitting in the parking l o t Within moments, a traffic crash involving Deputy Gregory Wehr occurred. Deputy Wehr was travel ing south on Anderson Road at Waters and had stopped for a red light. The suspect vehicle was traveling west on Waters and struck the deputy's patrol vehicle. The driver of the suspect vehicle got out and fled on foot. Deputy Wehr also got out of his vehicle and chased the suspect, catching him close to the crash scene. Ernest L. Loiseau, 24, was arrested and charged with grand the ft motor ve hi cle, robbery, flee ing to elude, and battery (domestic viol e n ce). Deputy Wehr was trans ported to a loca l ho s pit a l a nd was m edica lly clear ed. ende d up punching the g room's fathe r Andre\v Thompson, 47, police said. Hepburn was arres t e d o n c harges of f e l o n y batte r y, carry in g a con cea l e d fir earm, g r a nd th eft of a f ir e arm, and b e ing a f e l on in pos sess i on of a firearm. He was later released after posting $ 13,500 bail. Police saw Dean tryin g to l eave th e scene with a n unre strained infant in the back seat. When the officer questioned her, she reportedly told him that it was her cousin who had been knocked out during the brawl. The officer discovered Dean's license was suspend ed for being a habitual traffic violator. But before h e could arrest h er, she got out and disappeared into the crowd. Dean was arrested last Thursday on charges of b a t t e ry on a p e rs o n older than 65, driving with a revoked li ce ns e and obstructio n She was later r e l eased on $4,500 bail. Rapist Sentenced To Three More life Terms JERRODPASS On Tuesday morning Judge Wayne Timme-rman sentenced J errod Pass to three life prison sentences. Pass, 40, was already serving three life sentences for preying on single Black mothers. Authorities said between 2003 and 2007, Pass sexually battered at least seven women in neighborhoods near the University of South Florida. In August, Pass went on trial in the first of those cases That's when Judge Timmerman sentenced him to three life terms. Pass returned to court Tuesday before Judge Timmerman, who sentenced him to two life terms for two more sexual battery co nvictions, and a life term for an armed burglary conviction Pass will spend the rest of hi s life incarcerat e d on the c h a r ges. Mother. Charged With Phvsicallv Abusing Children Hillsboro u g h County S h eriffs d e puti es arres t e d a woman o n child abuse charges after th e y s aid s h e h ad b ee n phy s i c ally abusing h e r c hildr e n sinc e 2004. D eputies said Stacey Horace, 31, used b elts, ext e n sion cords, metal spoons, hammers, and stun guns. It was a ls o reported Horace h e ld a child unde rwater, threw urine on him, a nd spat in hi s face. Horace was arrested on the charges and l a ter released on $2,000 bail. STACEY HORACE Domestic Problems Behind Apollo Beach Fire CHRISTOPHER HANNEY The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that a fire at an Apollo Beach home that left two people injured was the result of a domestic disput e On Tuesday at 2:27p.m., deputies and co unty fire personnel responded to 7565 Oxford Garden Circle on a call of a house fire. According to reports, Christopher Hanney, 44, dous ed his wife with a flam mable liquid during a domestic dispute and set her on fire. The house also caught fire. The wife, Audrey Mabrey, 26, is reported to be in critical condition with burns over So% of her body. N. 56th Street, Ste. 13 ampa, FL 33617 Office (813) 988 AUDREY MABREY A neighbor called 9-1-1 after seeing the fire and hearing screams. When officials arrived at the home, they found Mabrey in the front yard and Hanney in the back yard. Hanney was also burned and off i cia ls said his wounds may h ave come from the sub sequent fire. After Hanney was treate d at a loc a l hospital for burns, he was booked into the Orient Road Jail on a charge of attempted first-degree murder. .. Officials said deputies were called to the house in October on a domestic battery complaint. Open 241ioul'5 7 Days A Week "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won t Have To Sit" Darrell Ingram Owncr ., :xJ 0 z 0 < m s: tD m :xJ 1\) 0 1\) 0 0 U) ., r-0 :xJ (/) m z =! z m r-1 tD c r rm z "tJ c m r(/) ::I: m 0 m < m -t c m (/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :::c 0 ;g G'> m 1\) (,.) I )>

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O'l 0 0 N Back Page i I FAMU And B-CU Share Homecoming Weekend I Florida A&M University and B ethune -Cookman Uniwrsit y > 0 z had their homecomin gs o n th e same weekend i n T allahassee and Daytona splittin g the loyal suppo rters of both sc h oo l s Cl Thi s week e nd the two sc h ools w ill shar e the sa m e fie l d, b ut ff: opposite goal posts as fans f r o m both school s co m e rge o n Orl a n do for t h e F lorida C l assic. (Photos b y Julia Jackson) From left to right, Alice McCrary, St. Petersburg; Dr. Makola Abdullah, Dean of the College of Engineering Science and Technology, Dr. Shirley Aldridge Speights, Professor, Dr. Ray Mobley, Department Head; Celestine McCrary Woodson, Houston, TX; Dr. Oghenekome Onokise. The McCrary sisters returned to F AMU during homecoming to make a contribution on behalf of their brother, Jessie McCrary. Jessie was a FAMU Law School graduate and the first Black Secretary of State. (Photo courtesy of Dr. Shirley Speights) Bethune-Cookman University band member Jesse Gunns plays the sa-..:ophone. Lois Gibson attended the homecoming game in Daytona Beach. Barry Cummings attended the homecoming festivities. 5006 E. BROADWAY AVE. '813-300-9107 STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS The drum majors ofFAMU wait their turn to p erfmm. "MY GOAL IS CUSTOMER SATISFACTION, THANKS To ALL MY CLIENTS & FRIENDS FOR YOUR CONTIN .UED LOYALTY & TRUST FRED.DIE WILSON Bail Agent SERVING: TAMPA y MIAMI y NEW YORK p GEORGIA LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA John 3:16-For God so loved the wmid, that He gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believetl1 in him should not pe1isb, but have evet1.asti.ng life.

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B 70th Binhdav Celebration For Anv. Warren Hope Dawson Three days of activities during the weekend highlighted the 70th birthday celebration of Attorney Warren Hope Dawson. Activities began on Friday evening, October 17th, with a songfest at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church in honor of his mother, the late Mrs. Naomi Warren Dawson. There was a Saturday morning brunch for more than 50 guests; attendance at the Carolina Panthers/Bucs game, fol lowed by a post-game cook out. Guests came from far and near to attend the events. Some of those in attendance were: PGA golfer Greg Williams and Joannie of Detroit, MI; Curtiss Wilson, Lawrence Woodard, Atty. Kenneth Glover, Lakeland; Rev. Mel Harris, Sandra and Atty. Dawson received a brick from his daughter, Wendy. The brick will be placed in the front of the Chester Ferguson Law Center. Wife of honoree and hostess for the evening, Mrs. Joan Dawson with guests, Rev. Beverly and Curtis Lane. Shown to the left of Julius and Sandra Davis (center table) is Dr. Bernice Otedeko ofMountainview, CA. Ministers and their wives, Reverend and Mrs. Z. Sinclair (Freddye) Hudson and Rev. and Mrs. Wallace (Lois Bowers) at the 70th birthday celebration for Atty. Warren Hope Dawson. Julius Davis, Atty. Malcolm Cunningham and Junior Pro Golfe r Jeffrey Cunningham of Dallas, TX; Hazel and Marie Brown, New Bern, NC; Naomi Warren Arron, Charlotte, NC; Judge Perry Little, Summer Danzy and Nina Danzy, both of Atlanta, GA; Saundra Hurst Furgerson, New York, NY; Rev. and Mrs. Henry Lyons, Cynthia and Carl Brunch guests were Atty. Frank and Mrs. Carole Stewart. Atty. and Mrs. Barry (Barbara) Cohen. Wilbert Malphus and Elder Charles Davis were guests. Former City of Tampa Mayor Dick Greco. Hatcher of Amber, MD, Delora Moss, Accokeek, MD. Also, Bobby and Vicki Moss, Richmond, VA; Otella and Pete Edwards, Rev. Dr. and Mrs. W. James Favorite, Michael and Marilyn Sharpless of Miami; Dr. and Mrs. Wendell Blake, Lakeland; Ms. Margaret Woodie, Dr. Marian Lauria-Davis, Dr. Alma Hires, Mrs. Marie Beard, Maurice Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilds, Cristopher Martin and Carolyn Hill. And, Carolyn Hill, longtime friend and emcee of the brunch, James Hammond; Irene James, John and Joyce Austin, Atty. Kaydell Wright Douglas and Dr. W. W. Andrews. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Family members in attendance: Saundra Furgerson, Celesta Hurst of New York, Rosa Aaron of Charlotte, NC and Obedia Dawson (uncle). Honoree with longtime friend, T. J. Cunningham, Esquire, of West Palm Beach. Dr. Marian L. Davis and Margaret Woody were among the guests. Rev. and Mrs. W. James (Ann) Favorite attended the birthday celebration.

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ANNRAVNELL PLUMMER Then Happy woth birthday. ANNRAVNELL PLUMMER Now Love always, from your f a mily a nd friends, Jackie a nd Ray, Tommy, Mary, niec e and family The Fam GREG, J. J. And JIT BLACK To the #I lady in our life, Janica, we love you!! Love, Greg and Ja'Kevion. Too Much Swag For Ya!! MS. POOLE To our beautiful Diva on a very special day. Wishing an inde pendent lady of class a happy birthday on Nov. 20-We love you! From, family and friends. MS. DIAMOND Ms. Diamond will b e celebrating her bir thda y on 11 -21-09 at 3 p. 111. at the Chuck E. Cheese l ocated on Dale Mabry a nd Fletcher. Happy bi1ihday Love, 1110111 and dad. Hood star 21st Birthday LIL BIT, SHAYE, JITTBLACK Happy birthday to the Hoodstar, Ms. Janica. Time to show out and get wasted. Love, Tocarra. Happy Anniversary MR. And MRS. LATTIMORE Birthday Notices And Other Announcements Deadline: 1 Week In Advance Call: 248-1921 For More Info MZ. SUNFLOWER H a pp y birthda y wishes go out to Mz. Sunflower, Nov ember 24th She will be cel ebra tin g her day with fami l y a nd friends. Love Tierra, LiDre, Drucilla a nd Keria. SHAYE, ZAY, JITT BLACK And LIL BIT I would like to wish a happy birthday to one of my fellow hood stars, Ms. Janica. Love, Shaye. ay Janca SHAYE, KAY KAY, JITTBLACK AndLILBIT "11 r 0 :c 0 )> en m z :::! z m r I I]J c r r m :::! z ""0 c I]J r-u; X m 0 m < m -1 c Yellow ]ackets7lt7s That Time Of Year Again: m ..J)Y/ THE BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL ALTHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB k. t-'""< I s Hosting Its Third Annual ..... BLACK & GOLD CHRISTMAS DANCE A ... p 3003 W Cypress Street Tampa, Florida :!! TiQkets: $15 .00-BYOB & BYOF-Set Ups Will Be Sol .J < .. ... -. -Qjy!;,!p,e.,.YJl:\Y-. L". Z-* 'i-: Thi s Year We've Added A littl e 1\vist :Th e C l ass Th a t Brings Out The Large s t .. f< Numb e r Of Attendl!e s Will G
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Church Directory GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 390 1 N 37th St 248-3779 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH Weekly Activities Early Morning Worship-8 AM. Sunday Church S c hool 9:30A.M Sunday School-9:30AM. Morning Worship 10:45 A M Morning Worship -10:50 AM. Bible Class 4:30P.M Bible Study, Wed. -7 PM Evening Worship 5 P.M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Bible Study 7:30 P BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. =====""-' Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com l Devotion By 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 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: rornello@verizo n .net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship ............. : ... 10:30 A.M. Evening Bible Class .............. S :OO P.M. Evening Worship ................... 6 :00 P M Wednesday Night Class ...... .7:00 P.M. Personal Work: 1st Sat... .. 1 0-12 Noon FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HIGHLAND PINES REV. Pastor Prayer Meeting & Bible Study Wednesday7 P. M. Sunday School-9:30 A. M. Moming 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 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45 A. M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School A.M. MidWeek Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotos assa, 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. MATIHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7:45 A. M Sunday School 9:30 a m Morning Worship 11 a .m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wed. 7:30 8:30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8 :30 9 p.m. Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8:30 p.m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12 -4 p.m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p .m. REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor YPWW-6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7:00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00 HM Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath to the LORD your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you nor your son or daughter, nor your manservant or maidservant, nor your animals nor the alien within your gates For in -six days the LORD made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but he rested on the seventh day. Therefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day and made it holy. Exodus 20:8-11 NIV R RRAY, Pastor Sunday School -9 :45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship-5 p.m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 10511 Main Street Thonotasassa, Florida DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P.M. ::u c z 0 < m 3: CD m .::U 'I\) 0 I\) 0 0 (D 'T1 r 0 :!! c )> en m z :j z m r;CD c: r r !!l z "D c: CD r en % m c m -i c: m CJ) c )> z c 'T1 ::D a

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SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM. & 10:55 A.M. 4;JI:J!fiilhllft Sunday-9:45AM. -Adult & Youlhf Children Tuesday-11 A.M.-Adult Wednesday-7 P.M.-Youth/Children '1:30 P.M. Adult A Campus fer faith Bible Institute Q-vwing Tro Cr.troh For Global Change {Acts U, Rorn. 1 8 1 Ti'es 1:8} BAPnST CHURCH for life and godly living (vs. 3). God has provided all that you need to in order to be successful in all that you do in this world. He also holds the key for godliness To be successful in this life and live a godly life, you need knowledge. The knowledge you need however it is not book knowl edge learned in an institution of higher learning or to master the skill of internet research. The knowl edge you need for life and godliness is the knowledge 3838 N. 29th Sl. T;;mrm, FL3l610 (813)248 6600 Tarua.fl33602 ID1U 229 suooav SChOoL ____ ... 0 0 .. 8:15a.m. llfRIDU WarshiP .. ...... 1l.11.m. Prayer lei'IICI, TUtSdaY .. f p;m. llnna llldt llldY, TUISdaV.----&:38 PJR. Billie StudY. 1 p.m. I CMIIOAD TlllniS Tlnut* CblistWhk:ll REV. OSCAR lOHISON. JR ............... lt.PIIIItians 4:13 Pastor/Teacher New Smyrna Full Gospel Worship Cathedral 501517th Street Tampa, FL33610 Phone: (813) 238-6449 Bishop W. L Lee, Senior Pastor of God Y o u mus t make sure that you kn o w God in Hi s pow e r and Hi s might. The knowle dg e o f Go d i s what h elps you make it through life. P eter says that because of His glory and excellence we have a great and precious promise of God It is this promise that allows you to escape the world's corruption and share in His divine nature (vs. 4). Peter is reminding the people who will read his words that the reason you have not been swallowed up by the ways of the world has nothing to do with how skillful or crafty you are. The reason you are still here, being blessed, and highly favored is because of the promises of God. Knowing the promises of God will aid you in making the best choices. These promises are what will give you strength when you are weak and hope when your future is dismal. When you share in the divine nature of God, you are able to speak things St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church 72'.!1 S. Sherrill Slrt."Et Port li"unpa, Horio.l 33616 (8'13) 839-5263 Building On A Firm /!wnditlion < Sunday Sdiool 9:30 A.M. Sunday. Worship1 0:.55 A.M . \\'ednesday N1ght Prayer Service & Bibl! Study 6:30 P.M. NEW MT. ZION M. B. 1 CHURCH, INC. I 2511 E Columbus Dr. I (813) 248-8101 Of (813) ;47-3899 I REV. WALTER J. WILUAMS Pastor Earty Morning Wcxship :55A.M. Sunday Morning Wcxship 9:30 A.M. Moming Worship -10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Night-7 P .M. Dea. John C Lovett, Chairman Board Of Deacons For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 I into e xisten ce and tak e nothing and m a k e it in t o something. God's di v in e nature a llow s y ou to know that there i s s omeon e greater in you than anyone in the world. Sharing in the divine nature of God you will learn how to focus on the eternal rather than the here and now. This nature keeps you from putting all of your hope trust in, things of thi world Peter reminds them that with all of this, they must give good effort to grow and develop (vv. 5, 6). He encourages them to increase in their spiritual walk. No matter where you start your spiritual life you are not expected to stay there forever. God blesses you with gifts and promises so that you will have the tools to grow and mature. Whatever growth you make today, add to it tomorrow. Whatever you experience spiritually this week add to it next week. One thing that is hurtful to the life of a believer is spiritual stagnation. As a believer you must always give good effort to grow and increase in the things of God. Growth is not an automatic thing. In order to grow and spiritually mature, you must work at it. The firs t thing P e t e r s t arts with i s faith. Faith i s the ba s i s and foundation of what y ou do in your spiritual life The more you grow by increasing in your spiritual d e velopm ent the more useful you will be (vs. 8). Your growth is connected to your knowledge of Christ. The more you know about Him and His power the more you are able to do. Peter says that those who do not grow are shortsighted or blind, forgetting that they have been cleansed from their sins (vs. 9). Don't forget where you have come from. Don't get in one place and get comfortable. When you don't make an effort to grow, all you see is what is right in front of you. The church cannot grow when the people are shortsighted; they do not see deep into the future. Beloved, as you live in this world, work to demonstrate that you know that you have been called out of the world. Work and grow so that you will not remain like men of the world. God has provided you 'with and made available to you tools you can use to live right. Use them and watch what God does for you in your life. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or(813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, 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 w!Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: sijministries@aol.com Mission Statement: ':4 Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWIJII{ And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK

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., ::tJ Tampan Is First Recipient Of Emmen Smalls ScholarshiP BY GWENDOLYN HAYES Sentinel Editor J e'Meia Porter is the first $1,000 recipient of the Emmett Keith Smalls Scholarship. Je'Meia, a 2008 graduate of Jefferson High School, is the daughter of.Mrs. Catina Porter. Je'Meia is a sophomore honor student at Edward Waters College in Jacksonville, FL, where Emmett Keith Smalls attended Gwendolyn Butler, a member of St. Luke AME Church, Tampa, recommend ed Je'Meia for the scholarship. Je'Meia's mother, great grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle McCray and aunts, Ruby, Shirl and Kim McCray are also members of St. Luke. Ironically, the pastor of St. Luke, Rev. Walter Lassiter, II, and Smalls graduated from Edward Waters and performed in the Concert Choir together. Lassiter did the eulogy for Smalls when he died earlier this year. (At the time he was not the pastor at St. Luke). The Emmett Keith Smalls JE'MEIA PORTER Scholarship was established in the memory of Smalls, 39, just 2 months after his death to help deserving young students pay for college and post secondary training. Smalls died in Jacksonville, FL January 31, 2009, of Hodgkins Lymphoma, aunt Jennette C. Fields of Riverdale stated The second recipient of the scholarship is Darnettia Campbell, a graduate of Bradford High School in Starke, FL. She is a freshman at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, FL. She also received $1,000. Smalls' mother, Shirley PURCHASES Smalls, s aid I ca n t think of a more fitting m e mory for m y son than prov iding fin a nci a l as sist a n c e to deservin g y oung students to pursue furthe r education and training in becoming productiv e memb e rs of society The Emmett Keith Smalls Scholarship fund relies on the generosity of family, friends and sponsors to expand and improve educational options to deserving and motivated young students. The initial fundraising effort was writing family and friends to request donations to support establishing a scholarship fund. Future fundraising efforts will include a musical concert headlined by the Alumni Edward Waters College Choir (Emmett Smalls was a tenor section leader and student director), and community fundraising drives sponsored by local businesses and residents Any student interested in applying for the scholarship, should send inquiries for more detailed information to: The Emmett Keith Smalls Scholarship Fund, Inc., P. 0 Box 962577, Riverdale, GA 30296. THAT DISAPPEAR, ASIF THEY NEVER EXISTED. CHASE PICKS UP THE TAB;M Hillsborough Countv Democratic Women's Club Meeting Planned Hill s b o r ough C ounty D emoc r atic Women s Club will ha v e its holida y dinner meeting at 6 pm on Monday, D e c e mb e r 7, 2009 a t Mimi's C afe on North D a l e Mabry Uus t south of B a rn e s & N oble ) in Tampa; m embe r s and gue st s will ord e r individuall y from th e menu. Gifts will be collected for displaced women and food for Metr o polit a n Ministrie s ; a lso memb e rs will exchang e gifts if desired. To join cont a ct outgoing M e mb ership VP Adele Ida Walter at (813) 932-6902. Memb ers must b e a registered D e mocrat. Adele Ida Walter can be reache d a t 813 932-6902, adeleidawalter@hotmail.Public Invited To Second Annual Holidav Tree lighting To all East Tamp a residents schools, business owners, and community leaders, it's time to light the Christmas Tree The Aesthetics and beautifi cation Sub-Committee of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership (ETCRP) is planning its second annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration on Friday, December uth. This community celebration will take place on the East Court Plaza at the District III Tampa Police Sub-station, 3808 North 22nd Street, between s:30 p.m and 7 p .m. Last year, with the help of supporters, the program was very successful. 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Social November Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the following people: Betty Walker, Darrell (DJ) London, Bruce Kennedy, Sharon Gordon, Janet Woodard, Linden Russell, Bridget Johnson, Ethel MurryHarris, Vanessa Bryant and Wayne Anderson. Special belated birthday wishes are sent to Elder Luetta Mitchell, who cele brated another natal day on November 8th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many, many more birthdays! Happy belated birthday is extended to Mrs. Laura McKeever, November 11, 2009, was her natal day. What a blessing to celebrate another birthday on November 21, 2009. This is Mrs. Ora Lene Alexander's natal day. Sh e is a supporter of the Florida Sentinel. Anniversary Best wishes are extended to Walter and Vivian Niles, who celebrated their wedding anniversary on November 18, 2009. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins If it was not for the Lord what would we do? Let's not forget the ones who are not feeling well today: Sis. Lula Philon, Sis. Bert Graham, Bro. and Sis. Wilbert (Elaine) Johnson, George Smith, Rufus Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vickers, Cathy Kirsey, Min. Harold Rodriguez, Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Virginia) Jackson, the Miles family, Mrs. Bertha Washington and family, Mr. and Mrs. David (Alberta) Shedrick and yours trul y Sympathy Our sympathy is ext.ended to Mrs. Dorothy J. CookDukes' family and friends. She was funeralized on Saturday, Nov 14, 2009. I extend condolences to the Anderson and Hendry families in the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Julia Anderson. 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 ) The Community Hour Of Power Prayer Band The Community Hour Of Power Bible Praye r B and meets ever y Thursday mornin g 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. 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. Scripture (James 5:16) "Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent ., :D c prayer of a righteo us man Z availeth much .. 0 < m ThoughtForToday "Time is well spent, we m :D mus t a lways reserve it N b eca us e lost time is never 9 1\) found." o F. Y. I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and women who put their lives on the line daily. There's a new helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-9760. 0 CD Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! ;:!! 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Each partnership agreement is unique, but all have the same goal-to save lives Sh ' Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity members at Relay For Life event. ,, .. from cancer. As part of the new agreements, both the Alpha Phi Alpha and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternities have agreed to participate in the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life and lead can cer education and community outreach initiatives. "Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity is proud to continue its commitment to wage war against cancer with our corporate service partner, American Cancer Society," says Jimmy Hammock, international president of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. "The impact of cancer on the black community is more pronounced than on any other racial group. The Florida Federation of Alpha Phi Alpha believes that in order for Alpha Phi Alpha members to be strong leaders in the community, they must first be healthy. As such, the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity is honored to partner with the American Cancer Society," says N. Michael Norwood, Alpha Phi Alpha Florida Deputy District Director. New Office Location: The Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will implement selected patient service programs focused on increasing quality of life for patients, participate in Relay For Life and Making Against Breast Cancer and promote prevention and wellness by fostering dialogue on breast cancer issues in the Black community. H 12 \V. De MLK BIYd. Stc 101 Tampa. FL (813) 872-8939 Wound Cue Bu.ni.o.ns Corn & Calluses Spmts Medicine NE'W Mcdi-Pc. Available PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., : D.P.M., P.A. /Joant Certified Academy 0/Amfi,lat<>IJ' Foot & Anklc Sw)?GIJ' "Zeta Phi Beta is proud to partner with the American Cancer Society," says_ Erna Foushee, Zeta Phi Beta Florida state. director. "Zetas in Florida and the Islands of the Bahamas will rally our auxiliaries and families to contribute their time, talent and money for research that leads to a cure. 813-872-8939 www.Tam What's up everybody ; this; is..Ji!e$ara Jean from East Tampa, I have lived 111 for_the la ]ffifyears, 1 tJ ve 4 all of t hem live 'my marna. I .t:>een "hitting . the_ pipe" for last 1-3 years, and it wasn't urijii'l'found out I was pregnant w1th my 4th child that things got w6rst. Not only was I pregnant, but I found oUt I had full blown AIDS! I don't know how I caught it, because I was out doing drugs and tr ic kin ', but I knew I had to make some changes. After 1 had my baby I put myself in treat ment it was hard at f i rst because my baby's daddy was still using and I wanted him to be a part of our life, But with help and a few relapses I have managed to stay clean for 5 y ears I only have sex with a condom and I won't have l t any other way I don't want anyone to go through what I've been through. I may have missed all the "baby years" with my kids but hopefully through my mistakes they have learned a valuable lesson .. brick by brick; block by block, callous hand by callous hand . together ordinary people can do extraordinary things ... PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

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W E C A N HELP MAKE THANKSGIVIN G DINNER EASIER. AND MAKE SURE IT TASTES JUST AS DELICIOUS AS IT SHOULD. O N E PA N T URKEY, VEGET ABLE S AN D GRAVY Prep and Cook: 3 112 hours (Make s 8 servings) 3 medium parsnips ( rinsed) 5 medium carrots ( rinsed) 4 celery ribs ( r i nsed) 2 large onions (rinsed) 2 bay leaves 1 teasp:xm kosher salt, divided 4 oz unsalted butte r (I s lick) 112 c u p flour 2 (14-oz) can s reduced-sodium chicken brot h 1 (12-lb) turkey (lllawed, follcming package i n structions) 11easpoon poult r y seasoning 112 teaspoon pepper alum inum foil 1 Preheat CNen to 325"F. Peel parsnips and carrots. Cut parsnips, carrots. and celery into l-inch-long pi\lces. Remove ends a n d peel skin f rom onions: c u t both into quarters. Place vegetables. bay leaves, and l/2 teaspoon of the sal t i nto turkey roasting pan. 2. P lace butler in microwave-safe bowl: cover and microwave on HIGH 30 seconds or unt i l melted. Whisk i n f l o u r and l can o f the chicken broth u n t i l b l e nded. Pour int o pan over vegetables. Place wire roasting rack i n p a n CNer vegetables. 3. Remove turkey from packaging (remove giblets a n d neck for a nother use). Sprinkl e t urkey evenl y with poultry season i ng, pepper and remaining 1/2 teaspoon sal t P lace o n roasting rack, b reast side u p ; (wash hands). Roast turkey a bout 2 h ours. 4. W hen tur key i s gold e n brown cover loosel y with foil. Roast l mor e h our or J U S t until int erna l t e mperature reaches l65F Use a meal thermometer t o accura t e l y ensur e doneness. (Oven s a n d size of turkeys vary; a djust t ime, as much as 30 minutes, as needed. Refer t o packaging to determine time for larger turkey.) Transfer turkey to carving board: let stand 15-20 minutes before carving. Transfer vegetables to serving dish; remove and d iscard bay leaves (cover to keep warm). 5. Thin the reserved gravy i n the roasting p3n, if needed, by heating the remaining chicken b r oth ( u p t o l can) i n microwave o r on stovetop. Gradually w hisk heated broth into gravy until desired consistency. Tra nsfer gravy to servin g d ish. Carve turkey and serve. APPLE SAG E Prep and Cook: 40 minutes (MaAes 8 servings) lib ground pork sausage with sage 8 oz trinity m i x (fresh d iced onions. peppers. celery) 112 cup dried berry medley (berries arid raisins) large Granny Smit h apple (nnsed) I tablespoon flour l (14-oz) can reduced-sodium c l1icken b roth 1 (6-oz) box or 2 c ups cornbread s l uffi n g mix cooking spray I. Preheat oven t o 450"F. Preheat large saute pan o n mediumh igh 2-3 minutes. Crumb l e sausage into pan (wash hands); stir i n trinity mix and berries. Cook 5 7 m i n utes, s tirring often, until meat i s browned and vegetables are tender. Meanwhile, peel a p p le: cut into s m all pieces. 2 Stir flour int o sausage mixture; cook 2 m inutes, stirring often, until flour i s hot a n d well blended into mixture. 3. Stir in a p p le, broth and stuffing mix. Coat 2-quart baking dis h with cooking spray; add s t uffing m i x t u re. Bake 20 -25 m inutes o r until i n t erna l t empe r ature reaches 1 6 5 F Use a meat therm o m eter to accurate l y e n sure done ness. L e t s t and 5 minutes b efore serving. ENTERTAINING MADE EVEN EASIER Pick up our free Start Somethin[!' party-planning guide and create a delicious menu from our Publix Deli, Publix Bakery, and Seafood platters. Then stop by your neighborhood Publix and place your order. Our associates will take care of the rest. Celery ......................................... . ........... 69 Tender, Western-Grown, Great for Stuffing, each SAVE UP TO 1 :00' Granny Smith Apples .... 99,b Excellent for Snacking, Salads, P ies, or for Baking SAVE UP TO .70 LB. St. Francis Ap ChardonnayWine ......... ree 750-ml bot. Quantity rights_ reserved. SAVE UP TO 14.99 )/': Ocean Spray . F ,:::Cranberry Sauce.... ree Jellied, Whole Berr y o r Gran-Raspberry, 14-oz can Quantity rights reserved. SAVE UP TO 1.55 Pie... .. ............ @6-00 E ach Pie Made From Fres h Harvest Pumpkins or Swee t Potatoes R igt,tSpic-es, From the Publix Bakery, 24-oz size SAVE UP TO 5.98 ON 2 ; '. CoolWhi2_ 8f Whipped Topping ree Assorted Varieties, 8-oz bowl Quantity rights reserved. SAVE UP TO 1.99 ., :II c z 0 < m ::: aJ m :II 1'\) 9 1'\) 0 0 CD ., r-0 :II c )> en m z ::::! z m r:al c: r r-!!l z ., c: aJ r-u; :::1: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ., :II 6 !(

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Q) 0 0 N ci N a: UJ m UJ > 0 z c a: u.. c a: u. c z <( c en UJ :::::) t-UJ > W c w :::r:::: -I m :::::) D. z i= UJ -I -I :::::) m I -I w z i= z w en a: g u. 22 Teachers Represent Polk In Professional Development Event During the summer of 2009, twenty-two Polk teachers participated in a week-long professional development event in Washington, D.C. This event was part of the school district's Teaching American History Grant award. The grant is used to enhance the teaching of American History and strategies include field stud ies for teachers. The grant period was extended this summer from July 15, 2009 to July 14, 2012 in the amount of $998,640. Rozy Scott, Manager of the Polk County Schools district Teaching American grant accompanied the following teachers who attended this event: Jennifer Germany and Nicole Massen Bartow iddle School; Ted Wright -Bartow High School; Robert Pobjecky and Robin Rawlins Lake Region High School; Melissa Robertson -Daniel Jenkins Academy; Cassie Gibson -Haines City High School; Deanna J aroszeski -Frostproof Middle/Senior High School; Dave Klippel Discovery Academy; Barbara Fowler -McLaughlin Middle and Fine Arts Academy; Pat McLarty -Kathleen High School; Marsha Yoder Lawton c Chile s Middle S c h oo l ; Heather Wasemann McKeel Academ y ; James Larrow -Sleepy Hill Middle School; Melanie Harden -Traviss Career Center; Alisa Blaauw Mulberry High School ; Kim Cruz, Michelle Hubenschmidt, and Mike Watson-Mulberry Middle School; Delphine Kendrick-Jewett Middle Academy; Carlos Leiva and Anne Stemmerman -Westwood Middle School; and Bill Woolwine Winter Haven High School. Thanksgiving Food Box Distribution On Saturday, November 21st from 7 :00 a.m. until 12 noon volunteers from FPC and Vine will gather at Eaton Park Baptist Church to distribute free food boxes filled with Thanksgiving Dinner food items and more to the residents of the Ea t on Park neighborhood Sign-up for this hands-on mission experience immedi ately by e-mailing Ashley .chappell@yahoo.com Section 8 Applications To Be Accepted The Lakeland Housing Authority (LHA) will accept applications for its Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8) via telephone (ONLY) on Saturday, November 21, 2009. The waiting list will close promptly at 6:30 p.m. Holiday Break Students and Teachers of Polk County Schools will enjoy a holiday break, November 23rd through November 27th. Classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 3oth. Special Anniversary Greetings Gary Hird and1Caroline Hird are shown with his mother, Mother Mamie Hird. Deacon Ruben Allen and Mae All e n Shaw-Ntif Talk extends a special "Happy Annivers a ry" to Minister Gary and Caroline Hird of Lake Wales who will celebrate 12 years of marital bliss on Nov. 22nd and to Deacon Ruben and Mae Allen of Tampa who will celebrate 30 YEARS on Nov 24th. May God continue to bless these unions! Happy Birthday To You! Belated happy birthday wishes are extended to Lakeland gentleman, Larry Mitchell, who celebrated another year of life on Nov. 10th. Special happy b irthday wishes are extended to: Mother Chola Little of Tampa who (Nov. 2oth); former Lakeland gentleman, Elisha Buford, III, who will celebrate his birthday on Nov. 22nd; Chequise Johnson (Nov. 22nd), and St. Peters burg Lady, Karen Johnson, who will celebrate her special day on Nov. 25th May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more days of your life! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out is dedicated to extending wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving to all of the readers of Shaw-Ntif Talk. I am grateful for your encouraging words! May each day be one of thanks giving for you and your fam ilies! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NtifTalk wants to hear from you. news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations and community news etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. A f rican American In Run-on For Mavor Of lakeland Th e Pan s l e r Law F ir m in Lak e l a n d was th e host-sit e of a gath e rin g f o r s upp o rt e r s o f mayoral candid a t e Gow Fields. O n th e evenin g o f Tue s day, November 3rd, afte r week s o f w a lkin g th e p ave m e nt knocking on doors atte ndin g vario u s c ommunit y eve nts a nd w a ving s igns a g roup o f frie nds, f amil y a n d local busi ness p e rsons cam e togeth e r t o wat c h th e e l e ction r e sults. As Fields announced th a t all vot e s h a d been count e d a nd ther e would definitel y b e a run-off, atte ndees were still encouraged, proclaiming victory on December 8th. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf). Mayoral candidate Gow Fields is shown during an interview withBayNews9. Mayoral candidate Gow Doc and Denise Chambers Fields is shown with his were photographed at the deccampaign coordinator, tion gathering for Mayoral Jessica Gutowski. candidate Gow Fields. Patricia Sullivan, Teresa Olinger, Kay Fields and Chaundra Fredricks await the election results. Youth and young adult Fields supporters: Michael Shaw, II, Jasmyne Harris, and Antoneisha Williams are shown in this photograph.

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For \'our Information Prior Proper Planning ( part 3) "Let our advance worrying become advance thinking and planning" Winston Churchill Greetings. Today, I will empower you to quit worrying! It is time to think and plan In life the success of our future can be put on hold by worry ing about the mishaps of our past. This week in the Prior Proper Planning ser ies I am going to focus on the strategy of reflect ing to project. Reflect, Reject and Ask Deaima! Is an column known for its fearless approach to realitybased subjects! Dear Deanna! My husband has children with another woman While dating, they caqsed problems by telling lies, and other rude things orchestrated by their mother I calmly worked throiJgh those issues and got over it. Now I m pregnant apdnis teen daughter has shattered rj'ly mar(iage. She told her father that she Project means t o look back in your past to determine w her e you have been, in order to see whe r e you want to go in your future Ta ke a little time to reflect on the accomplishments and failures of your past. Get a sh .eet of paper and fold it ii n half. On one half of the paper write down your ments of last 3 to 5 years On the other half of the paper, write downyoL f recent failures for the same time frame As you view these two lists, think and reflect on how you have effectively anc;l ineffectively used your time, your talent, heard me tell someone th e child wasn't his. My husband is acting distant and says things will be okay when the baby comes How should I handle this situation? Dear Naomi: Naomi Omaha, NE If you have a solid marriage and you haven't cheated then you have nothing to worry about. It's best thatyqu focus on having a healthy ahd safe pregnan9y imd de .al with this y our finances, your energy, your resources, your mirrutes, hours days months and years. H a v e you been wasting time or maximizing the m o m ents? Now t h a t y o u have r eflecte d i t is time t o reje c t n egative thinkin g negativ e speaking, n ega t ive ac tions, n eg ative h abits and n e g ative charac ter istics that have rendered you ineffective. Lastl y : I want you to project your thoughts and imag ination into the future to determine where you are going from here. Realizing that time is of the essence. Know in g that the greatest accomplishments of your past are miniscule in com parison to the achievements of your future And no longer is failure an option in your life Join me next time for Prior Proper Planning empowerment strategy # 2, Develop a Vision. Until then be empowered to reflect, reject and project. issue after your delivery. However, after the baby arrives you need to handle your husband and let him know that you don t appreci ate his actions He needs to stop playi ng games and he should be ashamed to believe a child over hiswife with such a sensitive issue His rotten children aren t his faultbut simply products of his ex-wife Continue to ignore them and focus on your family Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write. Ask Deanna! Einail: nat@-yahoo.corn or write: Deanna M, 264 s La Ciellega; Suite 1283, Beverly Hills; CA 90211. WeQsile: Www;askdeaiuja;coin PARKING R AT E S Economy Parking $9.00/day Long Term Garage $15.00/day Short Term Garage Valet Parking $20.00/day $25.00/day Heavy Air Travel Days-Wednesday, November 25, Sunday, NovemhH 29 and Monday, November 30 allow more time on these peak day s .. teak Parking Demands-Wednesday, November 25, Thursday morning, November 26, Sunday, November 29 and Monday, November 30 allow more time on these days Roadway Construction-The FOOT A.lrport Interchange project creates new traffic patterns approaching and departing the A.irport Updates at : www.mytbl.com Visit www.tampaairport.com for more holiday travel tips and to check flight arrival and departure times. Tampa International "T1 :::0 0 z 0 < m Reverse Mortgage FAQ's tD m :0 1\.') 0 Q. If there are no payments, what are my responsibilities as a borrower with a reverse mortgage? o () A. You are required to pay yo ur property taxes keep current prop erty insurance i n place maintain the home and notify the lender if you will be away fro m the property for an ex tended period. ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 Budget Wisdom Did you know that 16/38 parables in the Bible are about money and possessions? The Bible is one of the best books I've read on personal finance and stewardship ; and in order to be faithful stew ards of our money, I believe a budget is vital. Budgets f i rst start with expenses -WHAT you spend your mqney on! Really: no matter the size of your pay check, you vvon' t know how rnu.ch youhave unless you know wha f you spend iton. are three areas of expenses: fixed expenses, variable e)(perises ; and luxu. ries. Fixed expenses stay the monthly; these are reriUmortgage ; car payments home and car insurance, student loans, etc. The variab.le expenses like electric, food, transportation, and clothing 5 vary monthly :::0 Luxuries are costs such as C cable TV, rims, or going to the )> club. Needless to say, wheri m look i ng for ways to save, we Z cut back here Locate. your last stack of m monthly bills; take out the r;ones that are usually Jhe same every month r expenses). ; Divide your monthly ::::! by your mont(J(y z pay ; if you get. 28 or less, great! This means aJ that your debt expenses are 28% or less of your income. ::z:: "Almost any man k .nows m how to l:larn money;.but not oru:Hn a million knowsJ16w < it." -Henry. -t c: m KEMPTON FINANCIAL GRP LLC en c Medicare Beneficiaries ... Compare 201 0 Medicare Plans NOW! Contact: Art Kempton 81 3 5 I ; , t Build On Your Lot Oo/o Down Build On Our Lot 3.5/o Down Down Payment Assistance! Visit Our Model Today 3705 Hillcrest Circle CALL NOW!!! 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CJ) 0 0 N 0 N 0::: w m :::!: w > 0 z >=" <( c it: LL c 0::: LL c z < c C/) w :::J ..... w > w c w ::J: C/) :J m :::J 0.. z ..... w ....I ....I :::J Ill ....I w z ..... z w C/) <( c 0::: 0 ....I LL m I CD Classifieds NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE Under an Order of Judicial Sale entered in the United States of America vs. KENNETH D GUTHERY, MARLENE S. GUTHERY WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION, ROBERTS. HOBBS, as Trustee of an unknown trust, FBNR, INCORPORATED, and DOUG BELDON, Tax Collector, the United States 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 Title is offered. Any rights title liens, claims 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, Florida 33617 PIN : U-27 -28-19-ZZZ-000001-37660 0 1 ,667 Sq Ft Single Family Residence 2BD, 1BA Lot size: 189,921 Sq Ft Built in 1956 legal description is as follows: a From the Northwest comer of the Southwest 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of Section 27, Township 28 South, Range 19 East Hillsborough County Florida, run thence South 475 feet, thence East 1299 feet to the Point of Beginning; con tinue thence East 100 feet thence North to the River, thence Westerly along the river to a point North of the Point of Beginning, thence South to the Point of Beginning; and b Beginning at a point 475 feet South and 1199 feet east of the Northwest comer of the Southwest quarter of the Northwest quarter of Section 27, Township 28 South, Range 19, thence East 100 feet, 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 Beginning. Property may be Inspected at: Open House on 12/2/09 from 1 : 00 pm to 3 :00pm Minimum Bid: $360,000.00 The Terms of Payment: When the high bid is accepted, the highest b i dder must deposit 20% of the purchase price with the Property Appraisal & Liquidation Specialist conducting the sale Before being permitted to bid at the sale, bidders shall display to the IRS proof that they are able to comply with this requirement. No bids will be received from any such person(s) who have not presented proof that, if they are the successful 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 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 Middle District of Florida, except that Robert S Hobbs Trustee ("Hobbs"), in the event he is the successful bidder, must tender cash payment or certified funds to 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 entitled to a credit bid in the maximum amount of one hundred thousand and no dollars ($100,000.00) after pay '\lent, 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, certified cashier's or treasurer's check drawn on any bank or trust company incorporated under the laws of the United States Payment may also be made by any United States Postal bank express or telegraph money order Make check or money order payable to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida The 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. Section 2001, the sale Is ordered and made without right of redemption The property is offered for sale "where is" and "as is" and without recourse against the United States The United States makes no guarantee of condition of the property, or its fitness for any purpose The United States will not consider any claim for allowance or adjustment or for the resc i ssion of the sale based on failure of the property to comply with any expressed or implied representation Important Information This is not an advertisement of a sale of seized property. This is an information notice only regarding a sale being conducted by the Internal Revenue Service as a result of the foreclosure of an Internal Revenue Service Federal Tax Lien by the Department of Justice If you want additional information about the property and proposed sale please contact the office at the address below. Internal Revenue Service Fidel Atencio, PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave, MS 5117MES Mesa AZ. 85204 480-503-7292 fldel 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 America vs. KENNETH D GUTHERY, MARLENE S GUTHERY, WACHOVIA MORTGAGE CORPORATION, ROBERTS. HOBBS, as Trustee of an unknown trust, FBNR, INCORPORATED, and DOUG BELDON, Tax Collector, the United States 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 rights title, liens claims or interests in the [property] of the United States and all other parties in this action are discharged upon confimnation 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 described as follows : Begin at the Northwest corner of said Lot 8 ; thence southeasterly along the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8 a d istance of 87.06 feet to the Northerly boundary of said Lot 8, then southwesterly along the easterly boundary of said Lot 8 a distance of 116 07 feet to the Southeasterly corner of said Lot 8; then on an arc to the right along the Southerly boundary of 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 highest bidder must deposit 20% of the purchase price with the Property Appraisal & Liqu i dation Specialist conducting the sale Before being pemnitted to bid at the sale bidders shall display to the IRS proof that they are able to comply with this requirement. No bids will be received from any such person(s) who have not presented proof that if they are the successful 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 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 Middle District of Florida, except that Robert S Hobbs, Trustee ("Hobbs") in the event he is the successful bidder, must tender cash payment or certified funds to 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 entitled to a credit bid in the maximum amount of one hundred thousand and no dollars ($100,000 00) after payment, in cash or certified funds, to 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, express or telegraph money order. Make check or money order payable to the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida The United States may bid as a cred i t 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 sale Pursuant to 28 U.S C Section 2001, the sale is ordered and made without right of redemption. The property is offered for sale "where is" and "as is" and without recourse against the United States. The United States makes no guarantee of condition of the property, or its fitness for any purpose. The United States will not consider any claim for allowance or adjustment or for the resCission of the sale based on failure of the property to comply w i th any expressed or implied representation Important lnfomnation This is not an advertiseme!)t of a sale of seized property. This is an information notice only regarding a sale t eing conducted by the Internal Revenue Service as a result of the forecl osure of an Internal Revenue Service Federal Tax Lien by the Department of Justice If you want additional !fie prOJ>e1<1Y ant proposed sale, please contact the office ci'tftt.dlmssliellmw. lntemilll Re'lenue Service Fidel Atencio, PALS 1818 E. Southern Ave, MS 5117MES Mesa AZ 85204 480-503-7292 fidel.n.atencio@irs.gov 11/6,11/10,11/17,11124109 CNS-1731727# INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until : 2:30PM ON 12/14/09 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, SCHEDULED/UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE (WARRANTY AND NON-WARRANTY REPAIRS) FOR FORD POLICE VEHICLES, SPEC. N0. 102-10 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 10:30 AM ON 12/1/09 AT CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 2ND FL., 306 EAST JACKSON ST, TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No 813/274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated : 11/20/09 Gregory K Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Fantasy Dolls Club Dancers Wanted 4948 North 56th Street Call (813) 621-1210 Ask For Carissma FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NEEDS CALL LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 Email ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 (813) 248-9218

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REQUEST FOR SEALED PRICE PROPOSALS The Tampa-Hillsborough Coun t y E xpressway Authority ( Authority or THEA) hereby issues Public Not i ce of its intention to rece i ve proposals at the office of the Author i ty located at 1104 East Tw i ggs Street, Suite 300 Tampa, FL 33602, for the following services : RFP #19 20-09 MUNICIPAL UNDERWRITING SERVICES RFP DUE DATE: December 28, 2009 until 2:00p.m., EST RFP packages with additional details and the Scope of Services will be available at the Authority' s website www.tampa-xway.com (under Public Notices) by 9 : 00 a.m., November 20, 2009. SBE Policy: The Authority is an equal opportunity employer, and its Small Business Enterprise (SSE) poli cy strong l y encourages the solic it ation and utilizat i on of SSE firms in its procurement and contracting activities Schedule: A Schedule is provided in the RFP All meetings a r e open to the public and will be held at the office of the Authority. Changes to the Schedule will be posted on the Authority's webs i te (under Public Notices) and at its office. MPLOYMENT umted States Census 2010 It's in Our H a nd s A ly Now! Tampa Local Census Office Te mporar y pa r t t i m e posi t i o n s C e n s u s T a k e r s C r ew Lead e r s Crew Le a d e r s Ass i s t a nts Recru i tin g Ass i s t a nt s Censu s Cl er k s Census jobs offer: ./ $ 1 1.00 -16. 00 / hr ./ paid t rain in g ./ fl ex hr s up t o 40 / w k ./ mileage r eimb ursem e n t ./ wor k near y ou r h o m e You may qualify if ./ are 1 8 o r olde r ./ h ave a va lid SS N ./ p ass a bac k gro und c he ek ; ./ tak e an d p ass writte n t est ./ c an "vork up t o 40 hrs pe r week during the d ay Call 1-866-861-2010 or v i sit www .201 Ocensusjobs.gov U S Cens u s Burea u I s a n Equal Opportu nity E mployer U S CENS U S B U R EAU SUPPORT THE FLORIDA. S E NTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS Looking For Outgoing Employees Make Up To $1,000 00 A Week Commission Based Only Call V & V Now (813) 259-4663 Ext 115 www myfinancialconnections com lfYou Have fnternet Access And A Telephone And You Would Like To Work From Home (With Free Training) If You're Interested Call (813) 598-5930 To Get Your Questions Answered Jobs 4 USA/Felons Services Looking 4 Work & Can't Find Any? 1 000's Of Money Making Jobs Available Ages 16 -65-Start Today No Experience Felons Welcome West Tampa Library 11:00 A.M. November 23rd & 30th (813) 965-7991 INVITATION TO BID Competit ive sealed bids will be received by the Sout hwest Florida Water Management District, B r ooksville Florida and publ i cly opened at 'the specified time for : RFB 1004-AGGREGATE OPENS-DECEMBER 7, 2009 @2:30P.M. Bid Documents Specifica t ions and Drawings may be obtained from the Distr i ct s Internet website at http ://www. w atermalters. o rg/procuremen l or from the Purchasing Office, Southwest Florida Water Management Distr i ct 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville; FL 34604-6899, or by calling 352-796-7211 extens ion 4133 or 1 -800-423-14 76 (Florida only) or TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 (in Florida). The D i strict reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause Malcolm K. Wilson CPPO,MPA Purchasing Manager HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment COOK (RESTRICTED) $19 822 GENERAL MANAGER II (yVASTEWATER PLANT OPERATIONS) $53,435 HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START TEACHER $31, 512 HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START TEACHER ASSISTANT (RESTRICTED) $24,752 MULTI-TRADES WORKER II (RESTRICTED) $27,976 OFFICE ASSISTANT II $27,414 UTILITIES MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR $38,168 See our web site at http:1/www.hccsb.org or visit our offi ce at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL Preference in i nit ial apt. will be given to el igible vets & eligib l e spouses of vets AA/EEO Employer Sale Phone Representative Needed Call Mr. Evans (813) 621-5122 Or (813) 325-6345 Please Leave Clear Message And Email Address For Information Brandon Area Upscale Salon Is Now Seeking Hair Stylists Booth Rental Only Your Own Private Room 1st Week Free Come Join Us and Build Your Own Clientele Please Call (813) 270-6931 I Coordinator, Law Enforcement and Corrections Programs (2 POSITIONS AVAILABLE) -Dade City Campu s CLOSING DATE EXTENDED-Required: degree ord certilicolio n hom the fiOJido C r iminal Justice S tordorrls and Training C ommission (OSTC) i n u iminol justice genera l topics i nslrurtion; hvo (2) ollull lime low enlorcem e n l rorrec lions, om\ior corrertionol probation officer experience; solisfac lory criminal h istory b a ckground mUll b e oble lo vror k evening )plil schedule, and weekends. Degrees must b e from a rejjionally omedited institution. Preferred: degree; fl01ido OSTC high liability inslrurtOJ certif ication Startin g so lory i s $35,027 annually IS 1 347. 1 9 biweekly The applicati o n review process con begin with copies of lronsaipts, but olfic ialtronscr i pts mUll be received prior lo the interview. THE COllEGE I S CLOSED NOV. 2 6 AND NOV. 27 fOR THANKSGIVING. Send lox, or email, by 11/30/09, letter of int erest, current resume, PHCC application ond olficiolfroflS(npts to: H uman Resources Offic e Job code: /nstrucJrxj[ocxrirratOf Law Enfrxcement & limoctiars Pasco-Hernando Community College 10230 R i d g e Rood, Room E -119 New Port Richey, fL 3 4654-5199 Phone: 727-8163425 Fax: 727-816-3315 Email: sontell@phcc.edu Website: WWN.phctedu ApplicaHons ovoiloble ot LETTER OF INTIJIESl RESUME, APPLICATION AND TRANSCRIPTS MUST Elf RECEIVED NO lATER THAN NOVEMBBI30. -EOf/ADA Complianc e HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199 00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years @8% Listings Ext5490 Ybor City 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Single Family Renovated Frame House With Refrigerator Range, Enclosed Backyard With Shed And More $59 000 OBO (813) 920-4836 (813) 404-5652 East Tampa Business And Civic Association 2208 East 22nd Avenue 1145 South 69th Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Single Car Garage Up To $60,000 00 . Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248-3977 FOR ALL YOUR LEGAL OR ADVERTISING NEEDS CALL......... LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 Receive $8,000 Tax Credit From The IRS (Must Be In Home By November 30, 2009) Newly Renovated Home 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths ; Double Fenced Stainless Ceramic Tile; Deemed In H i storic Costs A.,.,;.,.,.,n..,..Availab1e CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 -1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. ::0 0 z 0 < m 3: llJ m ::0 N 0 N 0 0 U) I 0 en m z -t z m I I llJ c I I m :::! z ""0 c llJ I c;; ::1: m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c c

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0 0 N 0 N 0::: w I:D :E w > 0 z >= < c 0::: LL USF Area Section 8 Special 2 Townhouses 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat/Air, WDH $750 00/Montly Each Call (813) 968-1168 USF Area 1923 Oxnard Ct Spacious 2 Bedroom Town home $750 00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Water Included Section 8 $0 Deposit Sign On Bonus $200.00 5 Bedrooms/4 Baths Bank Foreclosure! $34,900! Only $405 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years At 8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext H489 USF Area Section 8 Accepted 2 Bath Townhouse $800 DO/Monthly Includes : Washer, Dryer Dishwasher, Disposal 813-220-3633 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment c 0::: LL c z < c rJ) w ::J .... w > w c w J: rJ) :i I:D ::J D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J I:D ...J w z i= z w rJ) a: g LL. Sulphur Springs Linebaugh Area 2/2 Townhome Free Alarm, Fenced WDH/CHA Small Pet Ok $750 00/Monthly 1 Month Free $300 DO/Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 949-3482 Seasonal Rental Available December And January Fabulous Condo 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths Completely Furnished Internet, Cable, Lanai Pool, Tennis, Security Boat Dock Available $2,200.00/Monthly Call (813) 968-1168 Sulphur Springs Area 1500 East Humphrey St Spacious 2 Bedroorn/1.5 Bath Townhouse $620 00/Monthly $1 Deposit Application Fee Waived Section 8 And Vouchers Welcomed! Call Today For More Information 813-740-0384 WDH, CHA $675 00/Monthly Rent Includes Water Plus Deposit (813) 417-3455 West Tampa 2521 Union Street Living Room, Dining Room 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Air Conditioned, W/W Appliances/Washer $650 00/Monthly (813) 253-3870 Clair Mel 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths CHA, Garage Laundry Room Wilh WDH $1 ,300.00/Monthly Security Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome (727) 403-6267 Tampa Heights 4 Bedroom/1 Bath $1,150.00 West Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath $750.00 WDH, CHA Section 8 Welcome (813) 748-2945 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NEEDS CALL LaVORA@ (813) 248-1921 Or Email ledwards@flsentinel.com WE RENT HOMES Starting@ $525 00/Monthly 1 -5 Bedrooms Available! Call 813-221-4457 $205.00/Monthly! Foreclosures! 5% Down 15 Yrs@ 8% APR For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext R592 Ybor City 3 Bedroom Homes As Low As A $500 Deposit Section 8 Welcomed! Call V & V Now (813) 259-4663 www.myfinanclalconnections.com Progress Village 4912 83rd Street 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Back/Front Yard $1 ,200.00/Monthly No Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 661-4292 Special 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Totally Remodeled Wood Floors CHA, On Site Laundry $800 00/Monthly $500. DO/Deposit Water Included Section 80K 1006 E. Columbus Drive (813) 245-1998 YborCity Fantastic Deal Huge 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Wood Frame House Central Air/Heat Ceiling Fans Carpet 3015 N. Sanchez Street (Off 21st Avenue) $995.00/Monthly $600 00/Deposit 2/3rds Off 1st Months Rent Includes Water, Garbage And Sewage (813) 980-3789 (813) 506-3973 4404 Troy Street 3/1 -Fenced Yard WDH, CHA Section 8 Only $1 ,050.00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Call (813) 451-1776 Or (813) 451-1568 2306 West Spruce Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath House Frpnt Porch, Microwave Dishwasher, Mini Blinds WID Hook-Up $1 50 DO/Monthly Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome (813) 784-5076 Progress Village 5203 86th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Air, Carpet, WDH Section 8 Welcome $850.00/Monthly $850 DO/Deposit (813) 677-9449 (813) 943-6804 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Central Heat And Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Carport $750 00/ Monthly $500 00/Deposit Call (813) 877-9192 Or (813) 877-3406 2109 East 23rd Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home CHA, Washer Hook-up Carport, Fenced Yard $850 00/Monthly $850.00/Deposit Negotiable Contact Jonda (813) 239-0600 Or (727) 320-7310 Section 8 3/1 Brick Home lmmacu late Condition Recently Remodeled CHA, WDH, Carport Utility Room Laminate Flooring Fenced Backyard (813) 966-6322 Or (813) 837-3090 Sentinel Bulletin AVAILABLE A l THESE LOCATIONS Shell Gas (Bruce B Downs BlvdJSkipper Rd.) Sweet Bay (Bruce B Downs Blvd./Highland Pkwy. !Brandon, Seffner, Riverview & Valrico) 5909 U. S Highway 301 S (R) 625 W M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. (7) 2502 W Hillsborough Ave. (7) 5502 E. Fowler Ave. (1) 4001 E. Busch Blvd. (7) 291 1 E.. Fowler Ave. (7) 715. Brandon Blvd. (8) 715 W M.L.K. Jr . Blvd. (S) 2725 N MacDill Ave. (7) 611 S Howard Ave . (7) !Brandon Seffner, Riverview & Valrico) 6929 U. S. Highway 301 N . (R) 2535 W Brandon Blvd. (V) 1101 E. Bloomingdale Blvd. (8) 1247. Kingsway Blvd. (S) 11230. E. M.L.K . Jr. Blvd. (S) 205 E. Alexander St., Plant City 597 S. Wheeler St., Plant City :::r::::rr::r:m':: :::=:=::::mm.fflmn:::m:m:m:::::::=::m=::m:=:::::m:: (Tamoa. Brandon & Seffner) 11720 Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd . (S) 949 E.. Bloomingdale Ave . (8) 2701 E.. Fletcher Ave. (7) 11110 Causeway Blvd . (8) 12808 E. Brandon Blvd. (8) 1?01 W Kennedy Blvd. (7) 8885. N . Florida Ave . (7) Coin Box Locations HARTUne Terminal. (University Area)..., Livingston Ave. HARTLine. Terminal (East Lake. Area)..., 56". Street Orient Jail, Orient Road Falkenburg Jail, Faulkenburg Rd ... 24 Hour Laundromat,. MLK/Fiorida VA Hospital, 56". St./131st Ave. River Pines. Apts., 40" Street Centro Place,. 21st. Ave./1511 St.. JL Young Apts., Nebraska/Bird St.. Epiphany Arms Apts-;;:-.J:Iannaf22nd Univ. Comm. Hosp., 3Qih/Fietcher St.. Joseph Hosp., MLK/Habana Tampa Gen. Hosp., by McDonalds.

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4405 North 17th Street 3841 E. Osborne Avenue 1 Bedroom/1 Bath House 3 Bedroom/1 Bath With Den $950 00/Monthly Large Fenced Yard $800 00/Deposit $600 00/Monthly No Section 8 Plus Deposit Call (813) 210-5102 Call (813) 505-7266 Several Homes Progress Village Available For Rent 7901 Dahlia 2-5 Bedrooms 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Starting At $595 00/Morithly Central Heat/Air, WDH Investors Choice Realty Fenced Yard 727-580-9184 $850 00/Month $700 00/Security Seminole Heights Call (813) 610-8062 5806 North 18th Street 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Ybor Area $1, 1 00. 00/Monthly 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home $500 00/Deposit Newly Renovated CHA Section 8 Welcome WDH, Near Schools Call (813) 393-6145 And Busline $925 CO/Monthly 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Homes $800 00/Security 40th Street & Busch Blvd. Call (813) 505-1860 50TH Street & MLK Blvd. Working Adults Preferred Near Jefferson High School CHA, WDH Call Owner 3/2 Screened Patio (813) 679-5482 Cable Ready CHA, WDH And More Super Nice $985.00/Monthly Sulphur Springs Plus Deposit Pool Home Call (813) 879-5959 4/2 For Rent Or Rent To Own 1708 East ldell Street Section 8 Welcome 4/2 $1, 400 00/Monthly 4803 South 88th Street 3/1 Call (813) 220-8658 1317 Warrington Way 1506 24th Avenue 3/1 Section 8 Welcome 3/2-$650.00/Monthly 3209 Star Street Call (813) 727 4/2 $995 00/Monthly West Tampa 3913 Genesee Street 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 3/1 $775.00/Monthly Remodeled Tile Floors 1114 Linebaugh Avenue Throughout Apartment # A Must See! 2/1 $550 00/Monthly Available Now Section 8 Weicome 1004 22nd Avenue $925 00/Monthly 2/1 $450 00/Monthly (813) 610-8256 Call Jon (813) 810-6577 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR COMMUNITY FOR OVER 64 YEARS East Tampa House For Rent Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedrooms/2 Bath $1 050 00/Monthly Deposit/Negotiable Call (813)220-9916 2103 East Ellicott 1 Bedroom/1 Bath House With Den Large Fenced Yard $625 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 505-7266 Highland Pines Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home CHA, WDH Fenced Yard $1, 1 00. 00/Monthly $750 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 833-6394 Sulphur Spri ngs 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Central Heat & Air Fenced $900.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199 00/Monthly 4 Bedroom $215 00/Monthly 5% Down 15 Years@ 8% Listings 1-800-366-9783 Extension 5649 Section 8 Accepted 4207 S. Sandalwood Cir. 3/1 -Freshly Painted, CHA Fenced Yard WDH 2 Storage Sheds Immediately Available $1 ,000 00/Monthly $1 ,000.00/Deposit (Payment Plan Available) (813) 690-0338 View Our Website @ www .flsentinel.com APTS. FOR REN Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA WDH Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 "Available Immediately" Studio Apartment Utilities Included Section 8 Age 62+ EHO Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 (TTY) 1-800-955-8771 TAMPA PARK APARTMENTS "A Great Place To Call Home" 2 Bedroom And 3 Bedroom Apartments Section 8 Available Come In And Place An Application Today! Also Looking To Locate Or Re-Locate Your Business Give Us A Call We May Have The Space You Need Tampa Park Apartment, Inc. 1417 Tampa Park Plaza Tampa, Florida 33605 (813) 229-1845 Telecommunications Relay Inc. TTY 1-800-955-8771 Voice Spanish 1-877-955-8773 $215.00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom/3 Bath HUD Homes! 5 % Down 15 Years @8% For Listings 800-366-9783 Ext 5492 1 Bedroom Apartment Very Nice Water And Trash Included Security Bars Low Deposit $550 00/Monthly 404 Amelia Avenue Call (813) 391-7046 Move In Special! 1 Bedroom/1 Bath For Rent $485 00/Monthly Available Near USF And Mall Call 813-778-2776 PMA Apartments 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments W/D Hook-up 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome Call 813-977-8492 813-915-9787 USF And Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLICATION!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances Central NC Water & Trash Included!!!! Very Low Deposit! 813-244-4551 PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition --Friday @3:00P.M. Friday Edition ---Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8 00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD 'T1 :::tl 0 z 0 < m OJ m :::0 N 0 N 0 0 <0 "TT r-0 :::0 c > en m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c: r rm ::! z ., c: OJ c en :::t m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c "TT :::0 c (j) m ..a. <0 I m

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en 0 0 N 0 N 0:::: w m Grant Park Sulphur Springs w Very Spacious 1 Bedroom Sulphur Springs > 0 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Apartment For Rent Apartment Or 1 Bedroom z $625.00/Monthly Studio Apartment 2 Bedroom/1 Bath >-2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 2 Bedroom/1 Bath < WDH ,NC NC, Lights And Duplex Quiet Area c CHAAnd WDH CHA No Pets $500 00/Monthly New Tile/Carpet Cable Included LL $715 00/Monthly $575 .00-$600 00/Monthly $300 .00 Deposit Security On Site $400 00/Depos i t Water Included Call (813) 236-2395 Call (813) 298-2499 Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 810 7725 Call (813) 503-5321 Near Busch Blvd. Or (813) 996-7725 (813) 310-9660 Section 8 Only Temple Terrace And Nebraska 0 Deposit 2 Bedroom Apartments Available Immediately" 2 And 3 Bedroom 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $200.00 Sign On Bonus Water Included 1 Bedroom Apartment Apartments Available Clean And Nice Accepting 2 & 3 Bedroom $350 00/Deposit Utilities Included Low Deposit $550 00/Monthly Vouchers $579.00 Per Month $350 00/Deposit Call V & V Now Central Heat/Air Large 3/1 CHA WDH Age 62+ EHO Section 8 OK (813) 259-4663 Washer/Dryer Hook-up New Paint Quiet Area www myfinar ;;ialconnections com Call (813) 870-1830 Ext. 22 $500 .00-$700 00/Monthly (813) 810-6577 (TTY) 1-800-955-8771 $250 00/Deposit (813) 789-3879 Large 1 Bedroom 12r (813) 244-8528 DUPLEX Apartment 1504 E. 138th Ave. c 0::: Rent Includes Water Busch Gardens Area LL Sewage And Garbage Grant Park Area 3/1, CHA W/D Hook-up c First Month Free z $500.00/Monthly $125 00 Moves You In Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $675 00/Month c( Rental References 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $300/Deposit New Carpet, New Paint Central NC, WDH Required 2102 W. Beach Street $585 00 Monthly Section 8 Accepted c $700 00/Monthly en Apartment #A +Deposit w Call (813) 267-4488 $400 DO/Deposit Ron (813) 920-1085 ::::> 2 Bedroom/1 Bath ... Includes Water (813) 690-6664 Central NH Section 8 Welcome Phone (813) 325-8387 w Christmas Special WID Hook-up Sulphur Springs > $250.00 Gift Card W/WCarpet Call 510-366-4600 Unfurnished w c Plus $0 Deposit Central Station Alarm Section 8 Welcome w 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath :I: Nebraska/Busch en Section 8 Welcome $625 00/Monthly CHA Fenced Yard 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex :J 714 East Humphrey Central NC m Shadow Pines Apts (813) 238-6353 Private Driveway -:::t--12202 N 15th Street 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up D.. Freshly Painted, Carpet z Call (813) 972-1560 Ybor Apartment $550 00/Monthly Conveniently Located $800 00/Monthly t= Deposit Negotiable w $300 00/Deposit Section 8 Only _, 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath _, Grant Park Water And Garbage Phone (813) 728-7510 ::::> $550 00/Monthly Phone (813) 516-1669 m Apartment For Rent Included Includes Water _, Call (813) 385-2298 Duplexes For Ybor Area w 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Deposit Required z Rent/Lease t= Central Heat And Air Conveniently Located Clean, 2 Bedroom/1 Bath z Only $675 00/Monthly 1 Bedroom First Month FREE 3210 & 3212 N. 48th Street Duplex w en $400. 00/Deposit Also Available $125.00 Moves You In CHA, Fenced Front c( 2 Bedrooms c Section 8 Welcome Good Neighbors CHA, Garage And Back Yard (813) 318-1523 0 (813) 310-9660 (201) 819-5265 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $575 00/Monthly Conveniently Located _, LL Apartment $600 00/Deposit $625 00/Monthly 4005 N. 34th St. #A Phone (813) 247-1864 (813) 454-8487 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments $550 00/Monthly Or (813) 690-6250 (Cell) Including Water ""uplexes North Tampa Starting At $480.00 (813) 238-6353 2 Bedroom For 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Floors, Walk In Closet The Price Of 1 Bedroom Tile CHA River Pines Apartments 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $575/Monthly Ask About Our 2 Bedroom Duplexes SENIOR CITIZEN $400 00/Deposit Close-Out Special" COMMUNITY 99 02 N. Myrtle Available Now (Temple Terrace) Section 8 Accepted CALL 813-975-0258 Active independent living 1013 E. Bougainvillea for 55+, quiet park-like 813-376-8664 setting, shopping, Beautiful, Spacious transportation, social Very Private, activities riverfront living Renovated Apartments .GET NOTICED .... FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE With Fenced In Yard Place Your Ad In THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Efficiencies and 1bedroom Great Location, Must See!! The Business m ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, apartments starting at Section 8 -0 Deposit Directory I 0 N AMEmCANEXPRESSAND $380 00 per month Contact LaVora For w Call Gisela More Information C) DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE (813) 985-4419 @ (813) 248-1921

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Only $200.00 Deposit 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $900.00/Monthly Water Included Centrally Located Section 8 Welcome Available Now Call (813) 205-7845 Section 8 Rental 2 Bedroom Duplex Washer/Dryer And Water Included 1 Bedroom Voucher Accepted $650 00/Monthly Call 813-956-5607 Section 8 Special Low Deposit 2 Bedroom Duplex Fenced Yard Burglar Bars Washer/Dryer Hook-up Central AIC (813) 486-2639 (813) 503-0493 Duplexes 2617 East 32nd Avenue 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $800 00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $600 00/Monthly $300p0/Security CHA (813) 626-8208 Nice 2/1 Duplex Quiet Area 5 Minutes South Of University Mall Near Major Roads Rent $550 .00' Deposit-$300.00 Pays Water & Lights, No Pets Section 8 Welcome (813) 843-2085 West Tampa 1-275/Howard Exit 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $65o : oo/Monthly Water Included No Pets No Smoki ng (813) 453-4968 Ybor Area Clean 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex CHA, Fenced Front And Back Yard Conveniently Located $625 00/Monthly (813) 454-8487 Duplex North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Throughout, CHA All Appliances Included $700 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Available Now Section 8 OK Phone (813) 917-0645 Temple Terrace Area Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Central AIC WDH $725 00/Monthly Includes W/S/G Sect i on 8 Welcome (813) 857-7656 2619 E. Genessee Street Unit#B 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath, Clean Large Backyard Quiet Neighborhood $600.00/Monthly $600 00/Security WSG Included Take MLK To 26th, (Turn Away From Library), Take 26th To Genessee. Call (813) 249-9958 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS .... EMPLOYMENT HOMESFORSALBRENT APARTMENTS ................... DUPLEXES ROOMS FOR RENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LEASE OPTIONS ETC. ADVERTISE IT IN THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN West Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex CHA, Utility Room WDH, $725.00 Monthly $350 00.Deposit 21 02 Palmetto Street (813) 223 5214 Tampa Heights New4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice $1 ,050 00/Rent Section 8 Accepted (813) 477-7734 Hyde Park North Cute 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Apartment Quiet Neighborhood Central A!C $670.00 307 North Freemont Ave. Call (813) 966-3926 "LOOK" Big Rooms For Rent Various Loca t ions $1 00. 00/Weekly Includes Cable TV No Deposit Call (813) 325-6499 Ideal For Fixed Income Person Cable TV, A/C $150 00/Weekly Utilities Included $1 00 00/Deposit Efficiency Also Available $165 00/Weekly Call (813) 495-9757 Under New Management Gann & Gann Rentals Room For Rent One Person Only Phone Charles (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 373-2514 806 E. Floribraska Tampa, FL Rooms For Rent Single Individuals Preferred $125.00/Weekly Call (813) 784-0508 For More Information Room For Rent Hillsborough & Himes A!C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen Ceiling Fans $85 00 Depos i t $110.00 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Sulphur Springs Area Room For Rent Close To Transportation $400 00/Monthly Plus Security Includes Utilit i es/Cable Available Immediately Call (813) 842-7902 Furnished Rooms $150.00/Monthly $110.00/Weekly $25 00/Daily A/C, WID, Cable Utilities Included Kitchen, Phone Food Transportation Available On Bus Line (813) 505-5400 Fixed Income Room Special $350.00/Monthly Includes All Utilities Washer And Dryer On Premises 1010 E. 22nd Avenue R. B. (813) 770-2025 1516 E. Columbus Drive Annie (813) 247-1844 Special Value University Area Near Downtown For Any Size Room $75 00/Weekly Or $300.00/1st Month Limited Time Special 4 Weeks Only Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed (813) East Osborne Ave. Area Ideal For Fixed Income Furnished Clean, Private Utilities, A/C W/D Call (813) 458-0345 Rooms For Rent Clean Quiet Air Conditioned Older Adults Preferred $1 00 00/Weekly Call (813) 516-1559 For Rent Rooms/Apartments In Quiet Building No Drugs Allowed Visit: 2913 N. 15th Street Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Or Larry (813) 382-6055 Room For Rent Central@ 1-275 AIC, Cable, Phone Queen Beds, Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $85 00 Deposit $100 00 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 West Tampa South Of 1 275 Near Armenia Furnished $100 .00-$125.00/Weekly Includes All Utilities Cable & Personal Fridge Call (813) 545-8074 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent Private Bathroom Shared Kitchen And Living Room $120 .00-$170. 00 D"eposit Varies Call (813) 545-9139 Near Downtown/Busline Busch/Nebraska Clean, Quiet Large, Furnished Rooms Washer/Dryer, CHA Cable, Phone Must Have Job And Drug Free (813) 493-2401 0 }< z 0 < m 3: m m :::0 N 0 N 0 0 CD r-0 0 > 0 m z ::! z m r-1 m c: r rm ::! z "tt c: m r-Cii :::t m 0 m < m -4 c: m 0 0 > z 0 0 (j) m N ..a. I m

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