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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area ISIIISSman SEE STORY ON PAGE 3-A -SCOUTS PAY TRIBUTE TO WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR. AWARD HONOREES The Gulf Ridge Council, Boy Scouts Of America held its annual Whitney M. Young, Jr. Luncheon at Carrabba's Italian Grill. Ernest Hooper, Columnist for the St. Petersburg Times, presided. He gave the welcome and introduced the speaker. The speaker was Atty. Fredrick McClure. The 2009 Service Award Honorees are Reverend (Coach) Abraham Brown and Jose Valiente (CPA). Both are very involved in the community. From left to right at the luncheon: Halvern Johnson, District Director, Gulf Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America; Judge (Retired) Perry Little, guest speaker, Atty. Fred McClure; honorees, Jose Valiente and Rev. Abraham Brown; Ernest Hooper and Jerome Ryans, President, Tampa Housing Authority. (Photography by BRUNSON) Disabled Dad Proud Of Son's Success SEE PAGE 2-A Family Needs Help To Bury Their Mom SEE PAGE 21-A New Book Stresses Credit Status SEE PAGE 7-B Important Boards Have No Blacks :..;.;;:;.;:..;;..;;:;.;.,:.:::-,..;;-:::: SEE PAGE 3-A I .

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8 Feature N ,...: N a: w III w Wheel-Chair Bound Single Parent Proud Of Son's Achievements > 0 z BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer >=' Willie Clay, Jr. is a senior C at Middleton High School. 0: H.e's lived in C. Blythe Anu.. Mews Public Housing Complex for 7 years and is one of six siblings raised by a single parent, Willie Clay, Sr. In 1999, Willie, Sr. was in a car accident in Georgia and was injured so severely, doc tors weren't expecting him to survive. He is confined to a wheelchair. Everything the doctors said I wasn't going to be able to do, I can do," said Clay, Sr. "My kids make it all worth while. I live better now than I did before the accident I lived an abusive lifestyle before the accident, and now I have a new perspective." Part of that new perspective =:;: is the success of his son. C Willie, Jr., who is the starta: ing quarterback for the Midu.. C dleton Tigers' football team. z On being a single parent, < Clay, Sr. said it takes a lot of =:;: effort and discipline. C "You. have to care for yourffi self so you can careJor them. :::J It's really not that hard, bet-cause God makes it bearable." rt w > w c w J: CJ) :::i m :::;) D. z i= w ...J ...J :::;) m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) < c a: 0 ...J LL. When my son told me he wanted to play football, r was alright with it. He's been into it for 7 years now, and I told him as long as he keeps his grades up, he could do it He's done that and then some What Clay, Sr. means by the "and th e n some," statement is, Willie, Jr. has earned a 4.6 GPA and is on the principal's honor roll. In Sep tember 2009, he was honored with a plaque at the Florida Sentinel H e ritage Classic. Clay, Sr. said all he 's asked of all of his children is to grad uate high school. 'I'd like to see them go to college ; but that will be their choice." I've beenfortunate enough to attend-3 -of my son's games, and I love watching him play. I also feel a sense of pride from what I hear others saying about him." Clay, Jr. said he started playing quarterback this year. "I had been a wicie receiver I like being a quarterback more, because you have more control of what's going on." Clay, Jr. said he knows he's going to college, and knows what he wants in life and what it will take to get there. ''I'm not going to allow any thing to stop me. The distrac tions will always be there You just have to know how to deal with them. I want to study Criminal Justice." Clay, Jr. said he's enter taining offers from several col leges, and has applied to Florida State University and the University of West Florida. "My father has been the most important person in my life. He's been there for me no matter what. I know I can count on him before anyone :. :: :: :::. :: .. :. ; : . ; .: : : : : : From left to right: Willie Clay, Jr., Willie Clay, Sr. and Rodrick Stevenson. else." Clay, Sr. said his son wants to work to help out with ex penses at their apartment, but he wants him to concentrate on his career. ''I'll continue to do the best I can for him as I always have." Clay, Sr. hasn't allowed being bound to a wheelchair to slow him down. He pl ays for the Tamp a Strong Dogs Wheelchair B aske tball L eag u e "A friend got m e involv ed At first I couldn't do it b eca u se of my kids but now I can a nd we trav e l a lot It k ee ps m e fit. This is m y second year a nd I'm really enjoying it. We also play wheelchair softball." For Thanksgiving, Clay, Sr. said he'll be happy to b e sur rounded by his children, and will not do a lot of cooking. I think I'll just smoke a turkey and cook some of the trimmings. They're not going to eat a whole lot anyway, be cause they'll be too busy mov ing around. Rodrick Stevenson, Fam ily Support Service Coordinator for the Tampa Housing Authority, has been working extensively with the Clay family.

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Features Two Important Boards Have No Black Representation BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Recently Gov. Charlie Crist appointed members to two boards in Hillsborough County However, the appoint ments replaced positions previ ously held by African Americans. The new appoint ments leave both boards without any African American representation. According to information from the Governor's Office, Kenneth D. Anthony ap plied to be re-appointed to the Hillsborough County Aviation Authority. He had served two terms Additionally, Tampa resident Willie H. McCloud, who is also African American, submitted an application to serve on the board Governor Crist decided not to re-appoint Anthony nor to appoint McCloud. How eve r Board Chairman Alfred S. Austin has been ap pointed to an unprecedent e d third t e rm on the board. Although Rubin Padgett served on the board as a repre sentative for the Hillsborough County Board of Commission ers, Attorney Arthenia Joyner, became the first gu bernatorial appointee to serve when then Gov. Lawton Chiles appointed her in 1991. She served two 4-year terms When contacted by the Sen tinel, Anthony declined to comment. Thomas Huggins, III, has served on the Hillsborough Community College Board of Trustees and submitted his ap plication as a re-appointment. Stanley Gray, of Tampa, whose also Black, submitted an application to serve on the board. Governor Crist decided not to re-appoint Huggins and he also decided not to appoint Stanley. When contacted by the Sentinel, Huggins said, There has always been an interest in this board because we continue to have a need for diversity to provide insight. There is a larg e number of minority students who attend the college and there is a need for a n African American on the board to mon itor the impact in terms of edu cational access." The Governor's Office had not responded to an e-mail request for a comment as of press time. Second Annual Tree lighting Event.Set MS. DENESE METEYE AMES, Chairperson, tification Sub-Committee Members of an East T a mpa organization has already beg a n makin g plans and collecting decor a tions for a Christmas tree lighting program. The event will take place on Friday, Dece mb e r nth, at the Tampa Police Department's District Three Office, 3808 N. 22nd Street. Ms. Denese Meteye James is the Chairperson of th e Aesthetics & Beautification a Sub-Committee of Th e East T a mpa Community Revitaliza tion P a rtnership. The event will be held from 5 :3 0 p.m. and conclude at 7 p.m Ms. James said, "We want the entire community to come out and take part in this event. This is the second year that we have sponsored the event. Last year, we had a very suc cessful program with the help of supporters. We enjoyed singing carols, music, dancing, poetry, and art. We had more than 350 people attend repre senting all ages This year, we want the community to take part in a Christmas sing-along with the students, she said. Ms. James said the organi-. zatwn was the recipient of two plaques as a result of the over whelming success of the tree lighting celebratiori : sli e l16pes that history repeats itself this year and the community to come out and enjoy th e spirit of the holidays. "You can help us this year by attending our program and bringing your friends with you. This will be a famil y -ori e nted event that offers an even ing of e njoyment," Ms. James said She further stated th a t th e tree lighting is not o nl y f o r res idents, but sc hool s, business owners, and community le ad ers Anyone wishing to learn more about the event can con tact Ms. Cindy Toselli, City of Tampa Economic Develop ment Office at (813) 242-3807. Popular Businessman Killed In Accident With Semi )> z 0 < m :::: m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular businessman died last Tuesday after being in volved in a traffic accident. Mr. William Butler was 51-years-old. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Mr. Butler and Curtis Gordon, 54 both of Plant City, were riding in his 2010 Ford f150 Truck on Interstate 10 in Madison County. Mr. Butler was traveling at a low rate of speed from the emergency lane when he en tered the highway. As he attempted to enter the highway, he was struck by a 2007 semi truck driven by 54year-old John C. Kiefer, of Springfield Louisiana. Mr. Butler died as a result of the accident. His passenger was se riously injured, police said. MR. WILLIAM BUTLER ... Owner of Butler's Plumbing Company The accident occurred at 11:25 p m. on Interstate 10 near the 250-mile marker, near Tallahassee, police said. m A native of Melbourne :II 1\) Florida Mr. Butler was the owner of Butler's Plumbing N 0 Company and well known o throughout Hillsborough c.o County The son of the late Hanson and Mildred Mr. Butler, he attended the schools of that county and graduated in 1974. He relocated to Tampa and en rolled in a trade program and earned certification as a plumber. Mr. Butler was married to Mrs. Deloris Sheppard Butler, and the couple made their home in Plant City. Funeral services for Mr. Butler will be held on Satur day, November 28th, at Allen Chapel AME Church, 1109 E. "T1 r Laura Street, Plant City. Char-0 low Funeral Home is in charge :II of handling arrangements. 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a> g Local ('1,1 ,..: ('1,1 0: w III == w Sen. Jovner Named As National Convention Chair State Senator Arthenia Z Joyner (D-Tampa ) i s the >=' n a ti o nal convention ch a ir for th e upcomin g Na tion a l Blac k a: C a ucu s of S t a t e L eg i s l ators. LL Th e g roup' s thirty-third a nnu-c a: LL. c z <( c en w .... > a: w > w c w :::1: en :J m ll. z i= w ..J ..J m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL. <( I o::t w a.t al l eg i s l a ti ve conference will be h e ld December 2-6, 2009 at the Marriott Harbor Beach in Fort Lauderdale. This year' s topic at the gathering will be Sustainable Progress in the Economic Rec overy," which will include discussions ce ntered on labor, lawmakers and corporations. The NBCSL is a membership association representing more than 6oo Black American state legislators hailing from 42 states. District of Columbia an Virgin Islands. NBCSL members represent more than so million Americans of various racial backgrounds. The organization focuses on issues that directly impact US domestic policy and is committed to policies that positively affect all Americans. In addition to her national convention chair duties, Senator Joyner also heads the NBCSL's Telecommunications, Science, and Technology Policy SENATOR ARTHENIA JOYNER Committee, which includ e s as part of its mission a focus on promoting Afric a n Americans in engineering and other tech nical professions, along with an examination of the impact nf t anl,--'--1grights uuu CIVIC engagement. Immediately following the conference, a special telecom munications broadband summit will take place. Af rican American lawmakers will be joined by their Latino and Asian colleagues to focus on the issue of cable and Internet broadband access by commu nities of color : Senator Joyner, as head of the NBCSL' s Telecommunications, Science, and Technology Policy Committee will serve as the moderator of this pioneering event Valerie H. Goddard Candidate llillsborough County Commi3sion, Disi'i ict 3 Wishes All Hillsborouglt County Families A Safe anti Happy Thanksgiving! ::::::;:::::;:::::::::: :.:: "This is one ofmy most.favorile limes (lllw y ear ... A iime to give thanks .fiJr family, friends and loved ones hoth near and far and it is a time to reflect on the mony bl e ssings w e have received throughoui this year. During these tough economic times, families have experienced great challenges. Despite these challeng e s we continue to sraud on a jlrm .fi.>tmdation, we hang on to our hope and we lwldfaslto our.failh knowing thai within us is tlze sfrenglh lo 1101 just survive but /o thrive 1 am honored to serve you as a public senanl fhr almost 20 and l am JhankjiJ!fbr the opportzmizv 10 continu e lo demons/rate Re.\j}(ms ihle, and Res ponsive readership Thank you in advance jiJr your support, and may God ble s s the United States ojAmerica. VG4D3 VALERIE GODDARD FOR DISTRICT 3 HILLSBOROUGH GQ!JNTY COMMISSION ptid by V-okn: H (ic1(hnl _;_ ; Cancer Survivor Stresses Need For Mammograms BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In r ecent wee ks, th e t o pi c o f the age in whic h wo m e n should hav e m ammograms has r a is e d concerns. N e w guidelines sugg est tha t most wom e n should get their first m ammogram at the ag e of so. A government task force releas e d the information earlier this month. The study als o suggested that self-ex a m inations do no good. The report deraile d the m e ss a ge the American Cancer Soci e ty has promoted for more than twenty years. The report caused a stir among several organizations that promote annual mammograms and self-examinations Members of the Tampa Chapter of Sisters Network wanted wom e n to know that they support current mammograms. Ms. Sonia Franklin, Vice President of Sisters Network, Inc., Tampa Bay Chapter shared her personal story to highlight the benefits MS. SONIA FRANKLIN ... Vice President, Tampa Chapter Sisters Network, Inc. of both s e lf-examinations and annual mammograms Ms. Franklin said, "We're taking the position that women should begin h a ving mammograms at 40, and in the event there is a history of cancer in the family, prior to that a ge. I was 38 years old when I discovered the lump on the side of my breast the first time through self-examination. The second time was this past summer and once again, I discovered it through selfe x amina ti o n Both w e r e a b out th e s i ze of a pea." S h e was 47 a t th e tim e o f th e sec o n d di scove ry. Ms. Franklin sai d the breas t ti ss u e of Blac k wom e n is ve r y dense and m ammogra m s ca n sometimes mi s s masse s That's why s h e b elie v e s that the t e sts s h o uld b e t a k e n a t th e a ge of 40-" W e w e re hoping that they would push the a g e back inste ad of moving it up. But, this i s tota lly unaccepta bl e. M y advice is for wome n to keep g etting their m ammograms. The in sura nc e comp a nies have not stopped p ay ing for the m, the doctors have not stopped recommending th e m so continue having your mammogram. She further sta t e d tha t breast cance r is the most common c ancer among African Ameri cans. "If I h a d not bee n doing self-exams and had waited until I was so to have the first mammogram, it would have been too late for me," Ms. Franklin said 'Mavor's Book Talk' Welcomes Author Tonv Dunuv TONY DUNGY ... To appear on "Mayor's Book Talk" Mayor Pam Iorio's guest on the December episode of "Mayor's Book Talk" will be Tony Dungy, former head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and author of three New York Times best sellers The t\vo will discuss Dungy's book, Uncommon: Finding Your Path to Significance. Mayor Iorio will also talk with Carla Jimenez from Inkwood Books, a pop ul a r South Tampa bookstore, about some of today's most engaging reading selections. ''Mayor' s Book Talk" can be viewed on City of Tampa Television (CTTV) Channel IS on Verizon FiOS and Channel 61S on Bright House Networks. Replax times for "Mayor's Book Talk" are Sundays at 3 :30 p.m., Mondays at 8 p m ., Fridays at 8 p m and Saturdays at 8 a.m Fire Department Administers Flu Shots On Monday, specially trained paramedics with Tampa Fire Rescue began administering the H1N1 vaccine to members of the department who desire to .be , vaccinated. The firefighters and paramedics will be offered the choice of either the intranasal vaccine or the be offered the vaccinations to "flu shot." protect themselves and their Emergency responders families so they can continue such as police officers, fire-to wori<(_to protect the com-fighters and paramedics are munityllJ' on. the front .line io the battle .... .. against any disease that might Tamp,aoFire Rescue para-re a ch a pandemic state. It is medics 1Will begin offering the the.se . H1N1 vaccinations to .Tampa Police officers beginning around December 1st. Class 011958 Call Meeting CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY ... WILL REOPEN FRIDAY, 11/27/09 A call meeting for Middleton Class of 19S8 will be held Saturday Nov. 28, 2009 at 5:30 p m at Tampa Police District Three office, 3808 North 22nd Street Plans are being finalized for the Christmas event for Dec. 11, 2009. Please be on time Fresh & Smoked Mullet Trout Snapper Shrimp Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs Special Discounts For Churches, Banquets, Family Reunions And Large Orders. For more information call at (813) 420-1442 Rose Jones, reporter and John Ship, presi dent.

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Columns FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETI N ( USPS 2 0 2-140 ) 2207 21st Avenue T ampa Flor i da 33605 ( 813 ) 248-1921 Published E very Tu esday and Friday B y FLORIDA SE N TINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspape r P ublishers Association (NNP A ) and Ama lgamated Pub lishers, Inc., New York. 1 990 94 C P T ime lnternational POSTMASTER : Send Add r ess Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 P eriodica l P o s tag e Paid 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 Subscription s-$ 44 00 6 Months B oth Editions : $87 00 Per Y e ar Both Editions Opinion s expr es sed on ed it o rial pag es of this n ewspape r by Column is t s or Guest Writ e rs, do n o t nece ss aril y refl e ct the editorial stan c e o f The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher Giving Thanks For All Our Blessings A s we prepare to celebrate this Thanksgiving, we extend our well-wishes to you, our readers, patrons and advertisers for a healthy and happy holiday. Many of you will have any empty chair at the table this Thanksgiving, in honor of a loved one or family member serving overseas. Others of you may be celebrating the holiday alone for the first time in your lives. Still others of you may have difficulty finding blessings. To you who may greet Thanksgiving with a heavy heart, we extend special wishes and prayers because we understand how being thankful for the things we take for granted may not be registering with you at this time. Indeed, whatever our economic, spiritual or social status may have become, some of us fail to recognize that life could always be worse. Finally, if you have someone to share Thanksgiving with, be thankful because many of us will be spending Thanksgiving alone. Therefore, reach out to someone who could use a hug, or at least a long-distance call. Either that, or if you're able, share your dinner with someone who may be sitting, at an empty table. After all, Thanksgiving only comes once a year. But kindness lasts forever. Prison Reform Is A Need For Florida T hree cheers to )Florida Department of Corrections' Secretary Walt McNeil for his willingness to consider prison reform. Perhaps, he's been in touch with the State of Texas who decided tofdo the same thing. However, unlike Texas, our reform is being considered as a means of cutting costs instead of.an.effort to truly rehabilitate prisoners and reduce the revolving door habit of Florida inmates. Nevertheless, the end will justify the means if Florida is able to treat drug addicts and the mentally ill while they are incarcerated, thereby avoiding multiple repeat offenders from returning to prison. Unlike a few who believe prison should be reserved for anyone who commits a crime, we are convinced prison should be reserved for violent criminals and habitual offenders with no hope of rehabilitation. Victimless offenders should be considered for parole and probation as alternatives to spending $46,ooo per year to warehouse them. Like Texas, Florida hopes .to reduce its prison population by increasing substance abuse and mental health counseling and treatment, implementing residential and outpatient treatment programs, and placing more eligible prisoners on parole or probation. Presently, more than too,ooo prisoners are being warehoused in Florida prisons. Based on projected growth in the prison population, at least a billion dollars will be needed to house the new inmates over the next five years. Should Terrorists' Trial Be Held In New York; S o m e A m e ri ca n s, m os tl y R epublica n s, a r e up in arm s over Feder a l Attorney G e n e r a l Eric Holder' s d ec isi o n t o try th e 9 /11 t erro ri s ts on A m e ri ca n soil and in New York. I can understa nd th e fears of those with a sincere and genu i ne concern for the safety of America. But they have nothing to fear. I have com ple t e confidence in America to prevent terrorist Khalid Sheikh Mohammed from doing an y h a rm to America or its citizens during the trial or during their time in America. I don't beli e ve our penal sys t e m or our security system is th a t ineffective I am so not afraid of the tri a l s be in g h e l d in N ew York until it would n o t m atte r if they we r e b e in g h eld ri ght h e r e in Tampa. I don' t care w h e r e the tria l s a re h e ld or wh o tri e s th e a ccus e d terrorists as long a s justice is served. There a r e those who s a y Mohammed and his four co-defendants should not be tried in America's courts, but by a military tribunal. To those I ask, when were these five terrorists captured? Last month? I ask, why weren't they tried in military court during the last administration? In my opinion, a terrorist is a criminal and our judicial system is supposed to be Mv Aunt Gladvs nd this i s wh a t we'd have for Thanksgiving : A twenty-pound turkey, ro a sted golden brown and stuffed-to-bursting with cornbread stuffing; boliche' beef with a sausage squeezed in the middle; oven roasted picnic ham topped with pineapple rings, cherries, honey and brown sugar; macaroni and cheese, beef stroganoff, coll ard greens, candied y ams, mustard g r eens, turnip greens, string beans, potato salad, friec chicken, cranberry sauce, oven-baked biscuits, buttered rolls, cornbread thick and sweet; white rice, and for qessert we d have red velvet ca ke with white icing, coconut c a k e co conut pie swe e t pota t o pie, pec a n pie k ey -lime pi e and we'd w ash it all down with home-made ic e d tea, home-made lemonade or coffee brewed to perfection! Most eve r y dish I've mentioned was cooked by Aunt Gladys! "An't Gladys," to you! An't Gladys was my mother's sister, since my mother either couldn t cook or didn t care to cook. We never discovered which. But every y ear, around the second week of November, the Thanksgiving season around our hous e (An' t Gladys occupied the back bedroom on the second floor) became An't Gladys' opportunity to turn our home into a war zon e As of November 18th our kitchen -I guess it was our kitchen since it was part of our house was strictly off limits. An't Gladys had a wa y of snarling huffing and puffing whenever we kids would open the refrigerator and get too clo s e to some cov eted goody that was biding its time to be prepared and paraded, come Thanksgiving Day. Pie fillings were made from scratch, and then squir reled away to the back of the Frigid a ire (that's right, I said Frigidaire). Rumor has it An't Gladys even had a gopher-connection ( a man from Progress Vill a ge who used to capture turtles then kill skin and d eliver them unde r the radar of a law, w hi c h prohibit e d the slaughter of turtles, which most Black folks called "gophers. Be that as it might, we seldom had gopher served for Thanksgiving although, An't Gladys was known to have been particularly partial to possum and raccoon (lovingly referred to as Coon"). But we who lived in our house (or was it An't Gladys' house?) knew that, as of two weeks before Thanksgiving, our lives and spare time were not our own. "JOOOOONYUUUUUH? :II c des i g n e d a n d cap abl e o f try-ing crimin a l s. E \en th oug h Z Mohamme d is a t erro r i s t a n d even t h o u g h h e hates m A m e ri ca a n d A m e r i ca n s, in real i t y h e i s n o thing m o r e m th a n a c ommo n c r imin al. ::0 M ay b e w e n ee d t o a m e nd the Unite d S t a t e s "" Con stitutio n t o spec if y w h a t g kind o f crimina l s s h o uld b e CD tri e d in court a n d w h a t kind s h o uld b e t a k e n ou t in b ac k o f the courtho u se a nd jus t s h o t to d ea th. Of cour se I r ealize th a t t o d o this isn t th e Ame rican s yste m of justic e we b e li e v e tha t a c riminal should have his day in court first. Both Democr a t s and Republicans believe this Don t they? Some people are using this trial a s a political tool and an opportunity to engage in fear mongering I heard that the criminal always returns to the scene of the crime. But shucks that doesn't apply in this case. In closing I would like to borrow a phrase from the Watts riots, "Burn Baby Burn COME-H' YUH AN GO TO DER STO FUH' ME!" That e ntire sentence w as my mid dl e name. I would b e sent to r-0 ::0 c )> en m z ::::! z m r-1 m c r rm ::::! z get suga r corn starch, and vinegar (which An't Gladys could not pronounce without turning th e word into a raci a l slur). I would be sent to lug back b a gs of white flour, c a ns of sweet potatoes for candied m yams and pies, white pota-rtoes American che e se, butter, Crisco, all sorts of things, m which now send weight C watchers and cholesterol vic-m < m tims screaming for cover or forgiveness. And did I mention lemons, or Lipton tea? Did I forget to say I was sent for bags of ice to be kept in the freezer until they were turned into home-made ice cream? ::0 -< -t c m en c )> z c Indeed, our house was a loud, aromatic bee-swarm, until the night before ::0 Thanksgiving. Then some-C thing happened befuddle d me. Olf r h o m e would become as quiet as a monastery. It rem a ined that w a y until just before Thanksgiving dinner was served. Then An't Gladys, Mam a and Daddy would break out paper plates, then heap each plate with the goodies pre pared the previous weeks. They would open the front door, go out on the porch and greet a small throng of homeless men, women and children, who would joyously, gratefully accept the sumptuous food and bless m y parents and An't Gladys for their kindness. Then our family would eat. That was how we celebrated Thanksgiving. We do the s ame thing, today. U'l I What do you do? )>

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0) Six ,..... C\1 a: w co 2 w > 0 z 0 a: LL. 0 a: LL. 0 z <( c en w ::J t-> a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::J a. z i= w ..J ..J ::J co ..J w z i= A Tribute For A Fallen Pioneer BY CLARENCE BARR T ell m e something. Why does it a lw ays seem as though good people are taken from us early w hil e the slime b a lls who m ake our lives a living h ell, live to be old, bitter a n d miser a bl e? I was reminded of such a n occurrence last week w h e n I discovered that Mrs. Felicia Wintons-Taylor, a n ex. traordinary woman and former owner of Books For Thought, h a d succumbe d t o breas t cancer. I followed h e r struggle with the di s ease throug h the paper. But lik e 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-n24 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW State & Fed. W. C. Claims Certified by Michis:tan State University All Job-Related InJuries Change Treating Physicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C.! 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(813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 '11: .: HI";, l-tl l nlfi!tl11 U111 !hal lot}iiJd: l UUI he: l.;.asc. j S<.Jdy".1pcn B\(,:.rc j'('oU :.:.st s.:ud y w frc \ v nr'!4ll i:lf ,X1l::llion a:.::<:JI C\:J' qailifi::::ltiOC::5 :l.J..:d mo s t p eo p l e w h o kn e w he r I had faith t hat s h e would eve n tu ally pull t h ro u g h H e r d e a th i s sadden i n g b e ca u se it m a rk s th e d e parture o f ye t anothe r T ampa pio n ee r w h o s e m e r e ex ist e n ce m a d e a differenc e in the liv es of oth ers. Though I wa s on l y on e of h e r many cu stome r s, I can personall y attes t to th e f act that my life w a s e n hanced by the presence of what she c r e a t ed. Many of the b ooks tha t I' ve r e f e r enced in this column were purchased at her store. Be cause she specialized in Black liter ature, she o ften carried ti tles tha t places, like Barnes & Noble, wou ld h ave to speci a l order. The convenience s h e provided had a profound im pact on m y ab ilit y t o stu dy m y culture and hi story T o m e w h e n Mrs. \ .Yintons-Taylot ope n ed B oo k s For Th o u ght, s h e d idn t jus t o p e n a boo k s t o r e s h e o p e n e d an ins tituti o n th a t c ould in s till prid e inside it s patr ons. A pla ce wh e r e y ou c ou l d find an y thing from c a l endars to fig urines c r ea t e d a nd g eare d sp ec ific ally t o ward i ndi v idu a l s of c olor. The atmos p here in s i d e her store was always as profes siona l respectful and warm as her own personality. It was th a t env ir onment and her d e m ea nor that made you want to co ntinuousl y swing through, if only to say h e ll o and show support for a business yo u wanted to see succee d No w that welcoming smile and e n erge ti c sp irit is gone, r eturned to the powerful source from w hi c h it ca m e Her ab-F. B. 1. Seeks Relatives In Civil Rights Cold Cases Nearly three years aft e r the l au n c h of the Civil Rights E r a Cold Case Initi ative, the FBI is seeking to locat e the next of kin of victims in 33 cases. Since the investigative phase of the Civil RightsEra Cold Case Initi ative was launched in Febru ary 2007, a total of 108 unsolved or inadequatel y solved racially motivated homicides have been forn:arded to 17 field offices for additional investigation The results from the FBI inves tigations are then sent to the U.S. Department of Justic e (DOJ), which decides whether the cases can be prosecuted federally, r e ferred f or sta t e prosecution, or closed. The FBI intends to notify th e victims' families of th e results of th e investigation s However, due to the p assage of tim e a nd th e migration of many families, th e FBI has b ee n un a bl e to identify the vic tim s' next of kin in 33 cases In Florida, the F. B. I. is seeking information in the cases of Harry T. Moore, Harriette Moore, and Joseph Hill Dumas. Harry a nd Harriette T. Moore were killed in Mims Florida, on December 25, 1951 when a bomb exploded under th eir bedroom. s e n ce w ill n o t onlv c r e at e a vo i d in h e r imm e di a t e famil y who l ove d h e r b ut wil l also b e f e l t b y a community in des p e r at e n ee d o f m o r e p eo p l e lik e h er. W e can o nl y hop e that h e r ac ti o n s in s pire d s om e young entrepre n eur t o f ollo w in h e r f o ot s t e ps. Th o ugh fillin g t h e l arg e imprint s h e l eft w o n't b e e asy My c o n do l e n ce s go to th e family of Mrs. Felicia Wintons-Taylor. May s h e forev e r r es t in peace. Clarence Barr 43110-01 8 Bennettsville F.C.I. P. 0. Box 52020 Bennettsville, S.C 29512 or email: cbarr2@oasisnovels.com or www.myspace.com/ cl arencebarr. 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C') 0 Local Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter_ Inducts Youth Auxiliaries These are just some of the people who came for the free Thanksgiving dinner Saturday at the Ragan Park Center. Nu Upsilon Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority inducted its Youth Auxiliaries on Sunday, November 15th at College Hill Library Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc was the first Black Greek Or ganization to have youth auxil iaries. Youth ages 4-18 are able to be part of the Zeta family through the following auxil iaries : Pearlettes, ages 4-8; Amicettes, ages 9-12; and Archonettes, ages 13-18. Each group has a youth advisor who is a m e mber of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. c a: LL c z <( C Volunteers put the food on plates that other volunteers took to the The groups work on the found ing principles of ZetaSisterly Love, Service, Scholarship, and Finer Womanhood in activities that are designed to their age group. On Sunday, Novemb e r 15th, youth and their families participated in an induction cer emony into the auxiliaries en guests. w :::1 t-> a: w > w c w J: en ::::i m :::1 a. z i= w ...1 -I :::1 m I ...1 w z BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Sisters, Sheilah Youngblood and Ola Abreu, founded an organization called Our Sis ters, Our Friends." The goal of the organization is to provide opportunities for people who otherwise would be ignored. Last Saturday at the Ragan P ark Recreation Center the sis ters hosted a n evening where homeless people and others from the community came and enjoyed a full Thanksgiving dinner The even t was mor e than just feeding a room full of people. The event was professionally i= z w en <( c h osted with the hoste sses dressed in bow ties and uni...1 forms, and tre a ted the guests LL like they were royalty. "''m just so blessed to have this said one homeless man who didn't want to be identified. "No one really cares about us, a nd it's nice to see how much trouble th ese people went throu gh to do this for us." Mrs. Youngblood said she and her sister cooked all the food, a nd stayed up all night to make sure everyt hin g was just right. "We took our tim e with each dish, and tried our best to give everyt hin g that a t-home flavor. It was nice to see smi les on the faces of so many people, and even the children enjoyed them selves The event took on a churc h
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lJ Local c $500,000 Contribution To Step Up For Students With A Holidav Food Drive z 0 < m :s:: OJ m ::IJ BJ's Wholesale Club cele brated it s $soo,ooo contribu tion that will prov id e more than 120 sc holarships to eco nomically disadvantaged students through the Step Up For Students Scholarship Pro gram, a n initiative of the Florid a Tax Credit Schol a r ship Program. In collaboration with Step Up For Stud e nts BJ s hosted a Choose to Give" food drive at scholarship-recipient school Tampa Bay Christian Academy (TBCA) in the Thanksgiving spirit of tradition and sharing. vest of Tampa Bay was therecipi ent of more tha n 500 canned foods that were col lected b y students during a month-long food drive. BJ s Wholesale Club matched the generosity of the students by providing $1,000 worth of food toward the drive th ese donations on behalf of thou sands of hung r y families in the community who will now have a Thanksgiving din ner," said Wendy Zella, di rector of donor r elations at America's S eco nd Harvest of Tarnpa "' ....... known as Step Up For Stu-"' dents-cu rr e ntly provides K-g 12 scholarships for more th a n c.o 26,300 lowi ncom e Florida students to attend a private school or out-of-district pub-During the Choose to Giv e" eve nt, America's Second Har-"It is humbling to accept Laura Ferrario and Rosalyn Payne from BJ's Wholesale Club were joined on Monday by Representative Betty Reed as they presented a check to John Kirtley from Step Up For Students to fund scholarships for low-income children. Tne Florida Tax Cr e dit Scholarship Progr a m also lic school. For more informa tion, v1s1t www.stepupforstud ents .org. Laura Ferrario and Rosalyn Payne from BJ's Wholesale Club joined students at Tampa Bay Christian Academy on Monday as they decorated turkey boxes for the "Choose to Give" food drive that celebrated BJ's $soo,ooo contribution to Step Up For Students. Muslim Communitv Sharing With Others Members of the community also attended a changing of th e guard luncheon for incoming Chief of Police, Jane Castor and outgoing Chief, Steve Hogue. From left to right in attendance with the Chief are: Brotheit Abdas, Chief Castor, Jarvis El-Amin, Brother Noor, Hakim Aquil and Zal Haqq. Also present by not pictured, Dr. Husain Nagamia. Members of the Islamic community accepted a proclamation from the Hernando County Board of County Commissioners in the Commission Chambers: from left to right, Ramzy Kille, representative for CAIR; Rose Rocco, Vice Chairman, Hernando County Board of County Commissioners; Commissioner James E. Adkins; Dr. Eldin, Haquim Aquil and Jarvis El-Amin. Members of the Tampa Bay Muslim community continues to share with others. Last week, a group traveled to Hernando-County and presented monies to purchase 250 food baskets for Thanks giving The baskets will be distributed in the Hernando County area The Hernando County Board of County Commissioners presented the group with a proclamation to recognize the Ramadan Thanksgiving Food Basket Program. Several or ganizations in the community assisted with providing for CHECK US OUT ON FACEBOOK AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER AT: WWW.TWITTER.COM/FLSENTINELB FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ADVERTISING, BIRTHDAY ADS, 9R ANY OTHER NOTICES CALL 813-248-1921 Ql414!41Jititl#li"W Hf' 1hlit!'PMMi't!Mnljl@lli8lllt1I!OORJjf@@!!fililti!mlj!f!W1IlliltpiW@(IJf!!fMW*+M&unm!Wrz::: ::=WI needy families during this holy time of the year for Chris-tians and Muslims. :rJle Mus lim holy holiday is Eid Adha. C) m r t I

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0) 0 0 N r-.. N a: w co w > 0 z c a: LL c z <( c en w ::J r-w > w c w :I: en :::::i co ::J a. z j:: w ..J ..J ::J Ill ...J w z j:: z w en ;:3 a: 0 _J LL <( I 0 ,.... Local Driver lniured When Truck Falls From Interstate This is the truck that fell 30 feet from I-4. The driver was hos pitalized with non-life threatening injuries. At 12:02 p.m Tu esday, Tampa Fire Rescue units responded to a pick up truck that fell abou t 30 feet from Int e r state 4 and landed in a ditch near 40th Street. Emergency personnel amving_ on th e scene reported that fortu nately, the truck landed upright in the ditch and the driver was not pinned inside. Paramedics treated the driver on the scene a nd he was hospital ized with injuri es that did not appear to be life threatening. Investigators said it ap pears th e truck was involved in some type of collision rvith another vehicle on I-4 westbound near the soth Street on ramp. The impact caused the truck to collide against the retaining wall and then go over it. Tampa Polic e and th e Florida Highway Patrol are investigating the accident. Mom, Daughter Share love Of Sport DeAndrea Davis is shown with her mother and coach, Ms. Mareka Davis. DeAndrea recently signed a 4-year scholarship agreement to attend North Carolina A & T State University. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor L"ike her mother, DeAndrea Davis' skills on the basketball comt have earned her a 4-year scholarship .to a prestigious Division One school. Sh e signed a contract agreement on Veteran's Day. So far, DeAndrea sai d she is the only member of her team who has signed with a college. After graduation, she will attend North Carolina A & T State University. The 17-year old is following in her mother's footsteps. Her mom, Ms. Mareka Davis, who is also her coach, earned a 4-year scholarship in basketball to Florida Memorial University. She graduated with a degree in Sociology. Coach Davis, who stands at s'g," said s he was inspired to play by her brother, the late Rodney Davis, whi l e still in elementar y school. Coach Davis began working with DeAndrea when she was 5 yea rs old DeAndrea had offers for 22 colfeges and universities. "I wen t to visit th e campus and I felt at home there I really liked their programs." As a future career, DeAndrea h as chose n Mass Communications and wants to work in television bro adcasting. But for now, the young lad y who stands at 5'11" is con centrating on the remainder of the season as a Spoto Spartan. Coach Davis said she relocated from her native Ft. L auderdale as a employee of the Department of Children and Families She began volun teering as an assistant co ac h at Armwood High School. When the Head Coach position became avai labl e at both Spoto a nd Armwood, she felt Spoto High School was the best choice. I wanted h e r to choose North Carolina A & T, she never knew it thou gh b ecause I kept that to myself. I wan t ed it to be her decision. When she decided, I was overjoyed and fighting back tears I was so happy," her mom said. DeAndrea is the granddaughter of Bishop Eugene and Apostle Earnestine Cooper, of Fort Lauderdale, co-pastors of E.A.G.L.E.'s (Education Abo ut God Leads Everyone to Salvation) Life Ministries. In a ddition to her talents as a n a thl ete, she a lso is musically inclined, playing the piano, drums, and guitar. All About Vou Happv2nd Anniversarv DIRTY And DIRTY RED To my husband, my lover and my best friend, we are going to shine so bright in 2010. Happy 2nd anniversary Dirty. With love, your wife and kids. MR. And MRS. DANIELS To m y wonderful wife! There's nothing or nobody that can come between us, Bae, until death do us part. From, your huband, J egaric Daniels. Coming soon, 2010!!! In The Spotlight DESIREE We want everyone to have a peaceful and familyoriented Thanksgiving this year. To put some light on this holiday weekend, this week's Spotlight feature is Desiree. This young lady is a professional in every sense of the word, and has absolutely no time for foolishness or nonsense. She is fun to be with and her friends can attest to that. She's also the one person you will seek out when you want to share her spotlight. Desiree's smile can light up any room she enters, and when it comes to the man in her life, he must be a leader, have a sense of humor, be selfreliant, God-fearing, and possess the skills and knowledge of what it takes to be a part of her life. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Spotlight feature. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BRANCH NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF COLORED PEOPLE N.A.A.C .P. 308 E. DR. MLK SUITE "Cn & "F" TAMPA, FL 33603 813.234 8683 100 YEARS OLD & PRAYING FOR PEACE & FOR A 2009 THANKSGIVIN
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Retire Jordan's Jersev Numberil A Cleveland Cavaliers super star basketball player wants Michael Jordan's jersey number retired throughout the league. I think it is a great idea, but the wrong thing to do. Granted, Michael is arguably the best player in the league. A good argument can be made to retire a number of players jersey numbers. Surely, Larry Bird, Bill Russell, Oscar Robinson, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and John Stockton, to name a few, could fall into that number. Any team that wants to retire Jordan's number should be allowed to do so, but not a league-wide mandatory rule. Bucs' Morris Needs A 2nd Year Nobody in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' football ownership has talked about firing Coach Raheem Morris after this season. Few Buc fans in the sports world have even hinted this. But, before anybody st(:lrts a movement, let me say that Coach Morris deserves an off-season and another year to improve both the team and its win-loss record. The play of several young players is rea son for hope for a better next year Brett Favre Good For Vikings M a ny people criticized th e Minnesota Vikings decision to sign former Green Bay Packers' star quarterback, Brett Favre. This has proven to be a wise one. Favre has turned the Vikings into winners and a Super Bowl con tender He is also a great role model and mentor for young Tarvaris Jackson, the Vikings' quarterback of the future. Young Jackson was strug gling and inconsistent as the Vikings' starter. Now he has a chance to observe, to study and to learn from Favre. Call Him Captain Tiger Woods Stanford University made Tiger Woods a co-captain for their match-up with the University in a football contest called "The Big Game." Tiger was on the sideline. Tiger was on the golf team at Stanford for two years and won a conference title and the NCAA Championship. Captain Tiger was also given a plaque for being in the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame. Do you think Tiger could have been a football player? Fair Oaks Rattlers Lose Game, But Win Awards Th e Fair Oaks R a ttl e r s l os t th e gam e o n th e fie ld Sunda y m o rnin g aga in s t th e Kiss imm ee Kowboy s for th e State Supe r Bowl. The Rattl e r s lost th e gam e 24-0. All was n o t l os t h owever O n e of th e t ea m s coac h es, Lawrence \Villiams, was n a m e d Coach of th e Y ea r Also, Malik Berrien was n a m e d Player o f th e Year" for th e l eag ue. Flag Rattlers from left to right, 1st row: Joquez Nahjae Burton, Antonyo Williams, Jacquez Hobley, Jalen Johnson, Donald Williams. 2n row, Stephon Roberts, Craig Griffey, Jaedan Dunni..ng, Karl Small, Xaiver Johnson, Jordan Morris, Keith Paramore, Elijah Robinson. 3rd row, Braedan Dunning, Malik Berrien, Jakobi Jackson, Markel Paulk, Omarion Hopkins, Arquon Carter, Jayson Reddick. Back row coaches-Joann, Walter, JR, Rob, Lawrence, Pete, and Jeff. Indoor Football league Established In Tampa J:J c z 0 < m s: OJ m J:J 1\) 1\) 0 0 (0 r-0 J:J c )> en m z ::! z m The Southern Indoor Football League (SIFL) has established its presence in Florida with the new expansion team, the Florida Cobras. "We are excited about the upcoming season in the SIFL. Tampa has always been a great home for sports organizations and we are thrilled to be able to call the City of Tampa home," stated owner/GM, Warren Watts. son in March 2010. The Florida Cobras will ':"' hold tryouts on Saturday, November 21. For more information on 'the team, please call (813) r-410-0721 or visit the website at www.floridaco-bras net. :::! The Cobras will kick off their inaugural seaA meeting was held recently at a local restau-Z rant to introduce the owner/general manager, coaches and some team members. (Photos by DJ BRUNSON Photography) Matt Selby, quarterback, attended the introductory ineeting. Jerome Godbolt, WR/DB, Jeffrey Blue, OL/DC and Keon Hines, DB, members of the team. :I: m c m < m J:J -< -1 c m en C )> z 0 J:J c ..... ..... I )>

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Bates succeeded Monte Kiffin as defensive coordina t o r with th e team this season Kiffin, now the defensi ve coor din ator a t the Univers it y of Tennessee with hi s so n Lane, created the famous T a mp a 2 d efe n se tha t is now being us e d by several NFL teams Bates tried to change the Bucs' old 4-3 scheme that uti lized undersized pe\letr a ting defensive linemen and fast linebackers to one that larger defensive linemen_, and linebackers. l f I However, the team never acquired the personnel to fit that defensive scheme. The Bucs have four of their remaining six games against the NFC South, and currently have the worst record in pro football. This Sunday, the Bucs go on the road to Atlanta and the following week, they will trav el to North Carolina to f a ce the Panthers. Javson Williams Taking Deal In Shooting JAYSON WILLIAMS TRENTON NJ --Retired NBA star Jayson Williams has agreed to a plea deal that would send him to prison for up to three years for acciden tally shooting a driver at his Jersey estate in 2002. Williams, who retired in 2 bOO a fter''j:>laying nine seasons in the NBA for the Philadelphia 76ers New Jersey Nets, face a retrial in January on a reck less manslaughter count. case told the AP on condition of anonymity that Williams is to plead guilty Friday to aggravated assault. Because a gun was used in the crime, Williams must serve at least 18 months in prison, the per son said Witnesses testified that Williams was showing off a shotgun in his bedroom in February 2002 when he snapped the weapon shut and it fired one shot that struck driver Costas Christofi in the chest, killing him. They also testified that Williams initially placed the gun in the dead man's hands and instructed those present to lie about what happened The defense has maintained the shooting was an accident and that Williams panicked afterward. During his trial, the jury deadlocked on. the reckless manslaughter count, Williams of aggravated manslaughter and convicted him of covering up the shoot ing He was never sentenced for the cover-up counts, pend ing the outcome of the retrial The person, who was not authorized to speak about the and has remained free on bail. willie t1 :z,J i 813-505-0252 Classes, Clinics, &Camps willielarrysrf!gmail.com wlllielarrysports.com Steelers Lose Backup QB Batch CHARLIE BATCH PITTSBURGH --Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarter back Charlie Batch injured his left wrist after replacing Ben Roethlisberger during an overtime loss in Kansas City and could miss the rest of the regular season. Batch was hurt despite playing only four play s in the Steelers' 27-24 loss his first game ac tion since 2007. He is expected to undergo surgery later this week to repair the wrist and miss approximately six weeks. Batch sat out last season with a broke n collar bone. Magic Would Go Along With Plan To Retire No. 23 MAGIC JOHNSON NEW YORK --Magic Johnson would go along with LeBron James' plan to have NBA players stop wearing No. 23. James said last week he change jersey numbers next season in honor of Michael Jordan, and said no other players should wear it, either. Critics of his plan said other players before Jordan deserved the honor at least as much, with some using Johnson and Larry Bird as examples. But Johnson praised James for showing respect to those before him, and said he and Bird would be supportive Antonio Cromartie Didn't Throw Bottle Accordin g to C h a rger s b ea t r epo rter Kevin Acee, sev e r a l sources" a r e say in g th a t CB Antonio Cromartie did n ot throw a c h ampag n e bot tl e that hit a b ystander at a San Diego bar lat e Sunday. Acee reported ea rlier that assault charges would likely be filed, but never said if Cromartie would be charged. The San Diego Police Dept. is investigating the incident, and Cromartie is a suspect. Cromartie's agent claims his client had a bottle at the time of the incident, but that ANTONIO CROMARTIE the object "slipped" out of Cromartie's hand. Kobe's Circus Shot Highlights taker's Win LOS ANGELES --More than two de c ades ago, after Larry Bird made a shot from behind the backboard tha t didn't count in a preseason game, the NBA changed the rule on plays like that. Kobe Bryant was glad they did Bryant duplicated Bird's memorable shot and finished with 26 points, leading the Los Angeles Lakers to a 10185 rout of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night and adding yet another clip to his a 14-year NBA highlight reel. Bryant thrilled the sellout crowd late in the first quarter when he drove the baseline against rookie guard James Harden, ran out of room and made a desperation fadeaway KOBE BRYANT jumper over the top of the backboard while hanging in the air as his momentum car ried him out of bounds near the Lakers' bench. Bolt, Richards Win IAAF At-lete Of The Year Awards MONACO --Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt and 400-meter runner Sanya Richards of the United States won their second IAAF World Athle-te r 0f1 the Yearr " awards on Sunday. Bolt retained the honor by win .ning the 100-and 200-meter finals in record times at the World Champions hips in Berlin, matching his 100-200 double from the 2008 Beijing Olympics He won a third gold in the 400-meter relay. Richards, the 2006 win ner, got her first major individual gold medal at the worlds in August. She also won at all six Golden League meetings in Europe to claim a share of the $1 million jackpot given to athletes who swept their event Lamine Diack, president of track a nd field's world gov ernin g body, praised Bolt for r a ising hi s p erformances to "an unimaginable level. USAIN BOLT And SANYA RICHARDS "We need stars in the sport," the IAAF chief said. "He brings a lot of prestige to our sport and is one of the best known people on the planet. The 23-year-old Bolt said h e aimed to go unbeaten thr ough the 2010 season, when he will compete at seven of the 14 meets that will make up the new global Diamond League circuit.

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Sports Buccaneers Demote Del. Coordinator Jim Bates JIM BATES The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have d emo t ed defensive coor dinator Jim Bates. The move came l a t e Monday, a day after th e Bucs l ost 38-7 at home to the New Orleans Saints. Bates' demotion continues a tumultuous yea r for the 1-8 Bucs under first-year coach Raheem Morris, who will take over as defensive coordi nator. Bates, 63, is expected to remain with the team through the rest of the season. The coordinator change is the second for the team this year. Texans Boot Chances To Beat Rolling Titans VINCE YOUNG HOUSTON --Vince Young remained undefeated as a starter for the Tennessee Titans this season thanks to Rob Bironas and his knack for making big kicks against the Houston Texans. Rob Bironas kicked a 53yard field goal with less than a minute left and the Titans beat the Texans 20-17 Monday night for their fourth straight victory after starting the sea son with six losses in a row It was against the Texans two years ago that Bironas set an NFL record with eight field goals, including the game-v.rinner as time expired in a 38-36 win He also made a 50-yarder Monday. "I always feel good down here ... I like Houston," he said. "I don't think Houston likes me too much." The Texans (5-5) had a chance to tie it, but Kris Brown's 49-yard attempt with 1 second remaining was wide left. It was his second miss of the game and the sec ond straight game he's missed a chance to send the Texans to overtime. No Brown, No Problem -Rickv lifts Dolphins RICKY WILLIAMS CHARLOTTE, NC --Turns out Ronnie Brown's season-ending foot injury didn't spell doom for the Miami Dolphins and their unique offense. Ageless Ricky Williams did just fine in his place The 32-year-old Williams rushed for 119 yards and scored three touchdowns and the Dolphins beat the Carolina Panthers 24-17 on Thursday night to put tHemselves into' the AFC playoff mix after a miserable start. "Ricky ran like he was 25," Miami linebacker Joey Porter said. A day after learning Brown is finished for the year, the Dolphins (5-5) continued their surge after an 0-3 start behind Williams. The 2002 NFL rushing champion had a receiving and rushing touchdown in the same game for the first time in a career that included a couple of lost sea sons. "He's not 32, I don t care what he says," Dolphins receiver Brian Hartline said. "He definitely doesn' t look 32 out there and when he's out there he definitely has a lot of gas left in his wheels." Wildcats Fire Head coach ALVINWYATI After last weekend's embarrassing 42-6 loss to Florida A&M at the Florida Classic in Orlando, Bethune Cookman University wasted no time in firing head football coach, Alvin Wyatt. Wyatt, a Bethune Cookman graduate, coached the Wildcats for 13 years. Insiders said Wyatt's termination is really not about the string of losses to FAMU alone, but a Jess than stellar start to this season and three of the last four losing s ea sons. There had been complaints about depth in recruiting, lack of discipline and academic focus under Wyatt, but Wyatt produced players that made it to professional football. No successor to Wyatt has been named at this time. T.O.'S Huge Game Not Enough In Fewell's Debut TERRELL OWENS JACKSONVILLE --David Garrard had just three game winning drives in his first 58 career starts. Now, he has two in the last two weeks. Garrard threw a touchdown pass to Mike Sims-Walker with 56 seconds remaining and Jacksonville beat the Buffalo Bills 18-15 Sunday, spoiling Perry Fewell's debut as interim coach and giving the Jaguars their first three-game winning streak in nearly two years. Terrell Owens caught nine passes for 197 yards, including a team-record 98-yarder for a score. It was his best outing with the Bills, who have lost three straight and six of eight Sims-Walker asked Owens for his jersey after the game. Owens obliged pulling it off and graciously handing it over with a smile near midfield "Might show I'm washed up," Owens joked. "I take it as a compliment that I can still play this game." lJ c Kimbo Slice To Make UFC Debut Dec. 5 z 0 < m :!: m m :::0 I\) ""-' I\) 0 0 c.o LAS VEGAS --Kimbo Slice will make his official Ultimate Fighting C hampi ons hip debut on Dec. 5 in Las Vegas. Slice is the former stripclub bouncer who became an Internet sensation for his widely viewed street fights. He found wider stardom on CBS last year while : fighting for ; the defunct EliteXC promotion. Earlier this year, he signed with UFC and agreed to be a cast member on its popular television show, "The Ultimate Fighter." He lost a bout to Roy Nelson in the third episode of the current season, which concludes with the show's final fight card Dec. 5 from the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. KIMBOSLICE UFC hasn't announced Slice's opponent for his debut The 1oth season of The Ultimate Fighter" is the high est-rated in the show's history. r-0 lJ Rodman Temporarilv Detained In Germanv c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r BERLIN--Former basketball star Dennis Rodman was temporarily detained in Germany for allegedly skipping out on a $5,100 hotel bill for a post-game party, a prosecution official said Monday. Senior prosecutor Juergen Bauer said Monday that Rodman had played in a "USA Legends of Basketball" exhibition game in the west ern town of Trier and threw a party afterward at his hotel. The prosecutor said the organizers of the game had agreed to pick up the tab for Rodman's overnight stay at the hotel, but not an additional $5,100 for beverages consumed at the party. When Rodman left the hotel Monday morning without paying the tab, the hotel director contacted the police, DENNIS RODMAN Bauer said. Police found Rodman's.stretch limo on the highway and detained the I m c: r rm ::! z "tJ c: m c CJ) :t m c m < m lJ -< -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c star. "T1 Rodman then paid the lJ outstanding bill along with C an additional $2,500 to dis-miss possible legal proceed ings, the prosecutor said.

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8 Read All About It 0::: w cc z w > 0 z 0 0::: u.. Cl 0::: u.. Cl z <( Cl en w ::::> 1-?i w CJj Cl w :I: en ::J cc ::::> a. z ...J ...J ::::> cc ...J w z 1-z w en <( Cl 0::: g u.. w 0.. I ; :;;,S;JJL0D)t;.;..,;R;,.-;.,,y_.,-u.ope . The Twilight Saga: New Moon -The Vampires vs. Werewolves love story hit the box office jackpot at $142M. Worth Seeing'[****] 2012-You need to check out this disaster movie for the special effects. A little long at 2 hours I 47 minutes. Made $230M Worldwide. [***'h] j Good Hair-Chris Rock comes through in this documentary about hair. Must See' [****} Disney's A Christmas Carol -Jim Carey stars in this animation of Charles Dicken's classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge. Disney should have passed on this one. [**'!z] The Vampire's Assistant -You will enjoy this vampire story. Check it This Is It-A last look .at the greatest entertainer of all times Michael Jackson. You really don't want to miss this movie. [****and then some.] Paranormal Activity -A couple is haunted by a demon in their apartment. This movie cost $15 thousand to make and has made $61 M since it was released 3 weeks ago. Not for kids. [***] Law Abiding Citizen -Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler star in this well-written suspense/thriller. Must see! [****] The Stepfather-A mother's son returns from military school to find out ; his new stepfather is a serial killer. [***] Couples Retreat -Vince Vaughn stars in this light comedy about couples vacationing at a tropical island resort. No. 1 at the box office -$35M. [**'h] i Zombie/and -A comedy mixed with suspenseful scenes o f zombies eating the living. Different. [***] Pandorum-Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma) and Dennis Quaid star in this sci-fi horror movie that is surprisingly good. Worth Seeing! [***'h] Surrogates -Bruce Willis should have passed on this remake of 1-Robot I L [**] Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs -Kids and adults will love this animation. Worth Seeing! [***'h] I Caf! Do Bad All By Myself -}yler Perry comes through again with this tear-Jerker drama stamng Tara]! P Henson. [****] Whiteout-A so so whodunit thriller with a disappointing ending. [**'!z ] Shorts-Over-the-top comedy. Wait for the video. [*'h] Gamer-Waste of money. Not for kids under 18. [*] Final Destination-You know the ending to this tired franchise. A grisly waste of time. Still, No. 1 at box office-$27.4M. [*'!z] Inglorious Basterds-Director Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction) delivers an Oscar-Worthy (Nazis) World War II drama starring Brad Pitt (Lt. Aldo Raine) and Christopher Waltz as (Nazis Col. Hans Landa). Masterpiece! -Well-written/violent. [****] G./. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra: Action-packed. Fun and entertaining. Must-See! [****] Z '1/1/ 6/1/1/1/l/.ll', '7.1/1/1/,1; RATINGS **** -Very Good I *** -Good I ** -Average I -Wait For Video ........ ,...__. HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday--You' v e thought t hat you d es e n e d more than you got Thi s ) e a r m a k e e \ ery e ffmt to m a nag e your m on e y ca r efully. By ) o ur nex1: birthday, )ou 'll tind th a t y ou h ave far more than a nti cipated. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Thi s is a good da y to work o n your ow n assig n e d tasks and let ever yone e ls e stick to theirs. Plent y of time to assess results tonight Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Make a list and c he c k it twice. You hav e a lot to get done in the next two days. Delegate to an older male Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Tension grabs y ou Take this moment t o relax the muscles in your forehead You'll feel better immediately. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-An older person provides yo u with a chance to shine Glow like you never did before! You deserve it Aries (March 21-April19)-An older person offers you a c hance to follow you r heart's desire. Give your imagination free rein. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Today you get to present practical ideas in imaginative ways An older person influences you to adjust your focus. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Take care of business today Check items off your to-do list You'll be glad you did. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Take time today to accomplish your top-pliority item. Make a list for tomorrow, when you'll have more energy. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Take care of errands close to home. Line up everything you need for the next several days. Bake dessert today. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Take care of priolities and start early. Emotions enter the scene around midday and fog up the environment. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -If you can get past the obstacles within your own mind you can gain clarity with co-workers. Persuade, don't push. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Contact a school or other institution to share a good idea Instant feedback is not part of today's plan. Await a response. ALL MY CHILDREN -Zach lets his anger get the best of him; Scott and Annie end up under anest; Eiica doesn't believe Kendall would run off with Aidan. Amanda makes a painful confession to .Jake; Liza sees Annie in a new light; David's thrown for a loop AS THE WORLD TURNS-Jack and Carly wake up in bed together; .Janet gets an eyeful; Katie tries to reach Brad. Craig and Rosanna make an announcement; the Sn y ders celebrate Thanksgiving as Jack returns home; Katie catches a glimP.se of Brad THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Bill and Katie return from their honeymoon ; Donna's job causes tension in her maniage; Stephanie's children attempt to pro\'e to Eric that he's better suited with their mom than with Donna; Steffy has an unconventional solu tion for Taylor's loneliness. Bill refuses to let a lost possession unnerve him; Whip and Steffy's appearance on The Catwalk sparks an affable rivalry; Taylor corresponds with a mystet}' man on an online dating site; Eric surprises Stephanie with a visit and they dis cuss their past DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Bo and Hope have it out over Cady; Rafe and Gabi co nfront Arianna about the drugs in her room; Sami, E.J a nd Stefano fight over Sydney; Kate is hor rified to learn that Vivian is back in tovvn for good; Maggie consoles Mia. Carly tells Bothe full story of what happened with Lav.'lence ; Sami rejects Brady's help ; Gabi and Arianna get into a fight; Nicole learns a new piece of information about Arianna GENERAL HOSPITAL-.Jason faces a dilemma; .Johnny turns against Sonny; Lucky wants answers from Sonny. Morgan schemes to bring Jax and Carl y together; Robin Sam and Molly play matchm aker with Mac and Alexis; Lulu's thrown by Luke's a ttitude towards Nikolas ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Dani e lle turns the tables on Todd Schuyler makes a deal with Stacy; Markka confesses the truth Dorian Dorian clf o oses power over love; everyone counts their blessings as celebrates Than ksgi.\!.ing THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Paul has information al.?, out Katherine's daugh ter; Chloe biUJis out private nevvs. Ryder and Dais y get an unexpected invitation; Mac has news for Lily. LOOK,! KNOW HE'S YOUR COUSJN, BUT ,R,!\ Y TO GO.. WEiLl HE EAT'S TOO MUCH OF OUR HE DOESN'T CLEAN AFTER HIMSELF, HE DOESN'T LEAVE THE COUCH ... ,, HE RUNS UP OUR E-LECTRJC ,...,,"""'"', HE SJE:LCHES

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Local Entertainment Black On Black Rhvme At Good luck Cate Di choto m y was t h e spotli g ht poe t l as t we e k at th e Good Luc k Cafe for Black O n B lack Rhyme. (Photos b y BRUNSON Photogr aphy ) Reginya Wright with spotlight poet Dichotomy. Guests at the Black on Black Rhyme event recently were Shenita Holton, left, and Natalie Martinez. Sonia and LeSean Beckles at the poetry event. Reggie Eldridge and Tiffany Shade at the Good Luck Cafe for the poetry event. Alysha Cobb and Real at the Black On Black Rhyme event. Krystle at the poetry event. Enjoying Dichotomy at the Good Luck Cafe were Pye Young and Chris Calloway. Natalie and Timothy Brown at the Bl ack On Black Rhyme event. Jessica Forde and Tiffany Dawson at the Ybor City nightspot. Hosted By DG Communications Letter Carrier's Hall Saturday December 12, 2009 Doors Open @ 8:00 P.M. Event Starts @ 9:00 P.M. Cootacts : :-:.,. Tanya 61 0-406'7 Deborah* 624-1100 IOiren 728-2047 lesley 526-4227 Anna* 21o-1567 "TT ::c c }< z 0 < m s: OJ m JJ 1\) -...j 1\) 0 0 c.o "TT r-0 ::c c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm ::::! z "tJ c m c CJ) ::J: m c m < m -f c m CJ) c ?=< )> z 0 ., ::c 0 ?=<

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c a: LL. c z < c C/) w :::::) 1-> a: w > w c w :I: C/) ::i m :::::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::::) m I ...J w z j:: z w C/) < c a: 0 ...J LL < I (0 ,.... w (!) Entertainment Jackson's Doctor Returning To Work DR. CONRAD MURRAY LAS VEGAS --Michael Jackson's former personal physician i s returning to work at hi s Houston clinic for the first time since b efore the pop s inger 's death his la wye r said Sunday. Dr. Conrad Murray is set to resume office hours Monday at his Armstrong Medical Clinic in Houston. "He h as not been able to earn a livin g since the death of Michael Jackson," Chernoff said of his clie nt, a s6-year-old cardio l ogist licen sed in Nevada, Californi a a nd Texas. His legal fees are enormous and his debts ha ve mounted to the point where it i s unclear w h ether h e will be able to keep hi s hou se or sup p ort his f a mily," Chernoff sa id from Houston. His intentions are to attend to these p atients w ho h ave continued to sup port him despite the att e nti o n and despite the threats." Chernoff sa id Murray v i s ited the Armstron g clinic F rid ay to see 16 patients who had requested appointments Murray l as t worked a t the clinic in April, b efore susp e nding his regular prac t ices in L as Vegas and Houston to take a lu crative $ 150,ooo-per month job as Jackson' s per sonal physi c i a n Chernoff said Murray w as never paid for the time h e worked for Jackson. Janet Denies Getting Back With Dupri JANET JACKSON And JERMAINE DUPRI In a recent radio inte rview with Atlanta's Th e B ert Show, Janet Jackson refered to Jermaine Dupri a s her "ex," de s pite recent reports that the two were back together (and had never been apart) after previous rumors suggested they had broken up. While chatting with the radio show, Jackson, 43, included Dupri, 37, on her very short list of ex-boyfriends with whom she still keeps in touch. "I'm not the type of girl that stays in touch with your ex l ike tha t," Jackson sa id Dupri, how eve r seems to be an excep ti on. "Jermaine i s one of my b es t friends," s h e said. I love him t o death. W e re still connected. We're still good friends. We still talk." Oprah Winfrev savs Ending TV Show 'Feels Right' ORPAH WINFREY CH IC AGO --Oprah Winfrey said on Friday tha t s h e w ill end her popular TV show in 2011 because it feels right in her bones" after 25 years and urge d viewe r s not to believe rumors of why she's quitting. Thi s s h ow has b ee n my life and I lo ve it enough to know when it' s tim e to say goodbye T wen t y-five years feels r i ght in m y bones, and it feels r i g ht in my spirit. It 's the perfect number, the exact right time," Winfrey said during Friday's show at her Chicago studio. Winfrey, 55, did not divulge her future plans. But her production company Harpo Inc. said in a statement that once production ends on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in 2011, she plans to appear and participate in new programing for OWN", the Los Angeles-based cable TV venture she formed with Discovery Communications Inc. 'New Moon' Wolfs Down $140.1M LOS ANGELES --" Th e Twilight Saga: New Moon" gob bl ed up $ 140.7 million the first three days the vampire romanc e was in theaters, w hile gaining $258.8 million world wide a ccording to s tudio esti mates New Moon" placed third on the all-time domestic chart behind last year's $158-4 million opening weekend for the Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight" and 2007's $151.1 mil lion haul for Spider-Man 3." 1. "The Twilight Saga: New Moon, $140.7 million. 2. "The Blind Side," $34.5 million. 3 "2012," $26.5 million. 4 "Planet 51," $12.6 million. 5 "Disney's A Christmas Carol," $12.2 million. 6. "Precious: Based o' tfUe Novel Push' by Sapphire,"'$n million. 7 "The Men Who Stare at Goats," $2.8 million. 8. Coupl e s Retreat," $2 mil lion. 9. "T h e Fourth Kind," $L7 million. 10 "Law Abiding Citizen ," $1.6 million. Michael Jackson Wins 4 Music Awards LOS ANGE LES --The King of Pop i s s t ill winning awards and se ttin g r eco rd s doing it. Jackson's v i c tories were among the hi g hli ghts of the eve ning. Jackson's trophies were accept e d b y his brother Jermaine, w h o paid tribute t o his l a t e brot h e r b y w ea rin g glitte r y white g love. He thanked Allah for blessing my entire family" and named eac h of his brothe r s and sis t e r s. H e said the message of Michael, who died in June at age 50, i s more important tha n any award. "The message i s tha t Michael will live o n forever," JERMAINE JACKSON h e said. H e saw good in everyone and h e wan ted everyon e to do good. He a lw ays s tart ed w ith l ove Jackson Moonwalk Glove Sells For $350Kin NYC NEW YORK --The shimmering, white g lo ve Michael Jackson wore when he pre miered his tradema rk moonwalk dance in 1983 was auc tioned off for $350,000 plus t ax on Saturday. Winning bidder Hoffman Ma of Hong Kong will pay $420,000, including taxes and fees, for the studded, modified golf glove Jackson wore on his left hand fbr his moonwalk on Motown's 25th anniversary TV special. The glove was the top item in a collection of Jackson memorabilia on the block a t the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square. Its pre-auction esti m ate was $4o,ooo to $60,000. "It was a f airly good discount," said Ma, a 36-year-old Jackson f a n who bought the pop-music treasure on beha lf of the Ponte 16 Resort Hotel in Macau. Father of Jackson Accuser commits su,icide JERSEY CITY, NJ --The father of a boy who accused Michael Jackson of molesting him 15 years ago was found dead of an apparent suicide, according to Jersey City Police. The body of Evan Chandler was discovered in his Jersey City residence at about 5:35p.m. on Nov. 5 Chandler, who was being treated for an unknown illmess, an appointment \1IMilh his dc.'ldoowhich prompted Jersey City spokespe-rson Stan Eason said. After several failed attempts to get in touch with his patient, the doctor called the building's concierge to check on Chandler. T h e conc i erge l a t e r discov e r ed th e v i c tim 's lif e l ess bod y apartment, Eason said. Police say Chandler suffered a self inflicted gun shot wound to the head. Authorities are treating the case as a suicide. It was back in 1994, when Chander's then-12-year-old son Jordy Chandler accused Jackson of molesting him on sever.al occasions between 1991 and 1994. Chandler sued the King of Pop in. court and later settled the case for a reported $20 million. In 2006, Jordan Chandler filed a restraining order against his fath e r after he allegedly struck Jordan over the head from behind with a twelve and a half pound weight.

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Entertainment Rihanna savs She Still likes Chris Brown's Music RIHANNA Despite all that's gone on between them, Rihanna told a radio interviewer on Thursday (November 19) that she still misses ex-boYfriend Chris Brown and doesn't turn his music off when it comes on the radio. When asked on Atlanta's Qwo if she misses Brown, Rihanna said, "Sometimes ... actually yes. There are a lot of reminders, like a lot of hotel rooms, a lot of places we've been to together, mu sic .... Th ere are different things that come up that are reminders of your ex." Brown, who was in court on Thursday for a status hearing tied to his probation for assaulting Rihanna in February, has spoken several times about how he still pines for Rihanna. He has said he wishes he could be with her, despite a court order to stay 100 yards away for the next five years. "When [Chris' music] comes on on the radio, I don't snub or turn it off; I lis ten," said the singer, whose new album, Rated R, comes out on Monday. "I like his mUSIC. Game Warns 50 cent: 'Jav-z Is Not To Be loved With' THE GAME The Game has thrown diss es at both 50 Cent and JayZ, so who does the Compton rap fanatic think would win if 50 and Jay ever engaged in a war of words? "Jay-Z will f--50 up in a battle!" Game predicted. "It would be so fast and over with. 50 is funny, but Jay is witty. Jay-Z is not to be toyed with "T1 :0 0 }< T.l.'s Grand Hustle Partner Discusses Explosives Scare z 0 < m s: m m :c I\) I\) 0 0 <0 Police are in ves tigating two bottles filled with an unknown liquid suspected of being Molotov cocktails that were tossed at the offices of Grand Hustle Records in Atlanta. Jason Geter, who runs the label with T.I., said that an alarm went off between 2:30 and 3 a.m. Thursday (November 19) at the office The Grand Hustle staff dis covered that one of the office windows had been cracked after someone had tossed a "40-ounce bottle" at it. Police have not named any suspects, but Geter and company have their own ideas of who the culprit could be. An aspiring artist came knocking at their door earlier this week. "A kid came over there a couple of days ago that acted kind of crazy," Geter explained. "I wasn't there, but some kid that was a little off was pretty much asking for somebody to come to his party. He got a little irate JASON GETER AND T.I. when he was in the office. We're kind of assuming it was him. He made a couple of threats when he was in the office. Two days later, this 0 :0 happens. You can't help but 0 say, 'It must have been this )> idiot.' en The incident has not stopped Geter or his sta ::! from working. Business went #i on as usual (with the excep-r;tion of news trucks and aJ reporters), and no one seems to fear for their safety. c: r rm ::j z "tJ c: m c CJ) :I: m 0 m < m -t c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :c 0

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Funerals 1'N c:: w CD :2 w > 0 z c c:: u.. c a: u. c z < c en w :J .... > a: w > w c w J: en :J m :J a. z i= w _. _. :J CD I ...I w z i= z w en < c a: 0 _. u. < I CIO ,... REV. BROADUS JONES "BJ" Homegoing services for Rev. Broadus Jones "BJ" of 4004 W LaSalle St., who passed away Thursday, November 19, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 11 a. m. at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 E. Chipco, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Florida National Cemetery. Rev. Jones was born February 11, 1939, in Taylors, South Carolina. He was a member of St. John Progressive M. B. Church, an associate minister and a helper to all people. He was a sergeant in the United States Air Force. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Blanche and Freater Jones; brother, Marion Jones; and sisters, Doris Martin, Betty Payne and Hattie Grady. He leaves to cherish his memories: his lovingand devoted wife, Daisy Jones; children, Sherriel (Marvin) Settles, Machelle Jones, Glen Jones, Mitchell (Kim) Henderson, Daniel Henderson, LaTanya (William) Jackson, Sabrina Hill, Crystal (Otis) Martin, Chester (Orchid) Henderson, Thelma Henderson and Lillie Johnson; grandchildren, Allyce, Mary-yelle, Anita, Nakeeda, Mitchell, Isaac, Maurice, LaKessiah, Kendrick, Danielle, Denzell, Irene, Rashard, Tanilya, Daron, Erica, Christie, Christopher, Dontavious, Jamarcus, Jameshia, Katina, Ashley, Nikolus, Jerrica, Santeara, Davon and Dre'Quez; great grandchildren, Elijah, Christopher, Briahana, Kaila, Amaria, Jada, Alyana, Torrie, Ava, Mikari and Jamyre; brother, Bobby (Betty) Jones; in-law, Thomas Grady; special friends, Shirley Minor, Gwen Legget, Ruby Sterling, Lois Worlds, Horace Canty, Otil Cooper, Shi_rley Jones, Ms. Fletcher Anderson and Pastor and First Lady Banks. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., November 27, 2009, Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6:30The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aj)rensfuneralhome.net MRS. LOUISE REED A celebration of life service for Mrs. Louise Reed, affectionately called "Big Mama," of 3710 E. Paris Street, who passed away Sunday, November 22, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 1:30 p. m. at TwentyNinth Street Church of Christ, of Tampa, Minister Harold Rodriguez, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Reed was a native of Eufaula, Alabama, and was a resident of Tampa, for over 50 years. She was preceded in death by: her son, Michael Reed and wife, Georgia. Her parents, Son and Melissa Hicks; her brothers, Willie C. Wood, Earl Hicks, Eddie Lee Hicks and Willie B. Hicks; and sisters, Mattie Mae Turner and Elizabeth Hicks. She is survived by: her loving children, Mattie Richardson, Janie ColeyArchie (Clarence), Pastor Lena Boyd (Jerry), Carter Reed (Karen), and devoted baby girl, Brenda Diane Reed; and daughter-in-law, Darlene, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Freddie and Willie Reed, LA, Darryl Richardson (Cassandra) of Tampa, Lynette Richardson, of Miami, FL, Ronald Ragan of Dallas, TX, Dee Coley, Jessie Coley, III, Jessie Stuckey, Jr. (Yvette), Deborah Jones (Elder Wilfred), Jeffrey Stuckey (Jessica); Carter Jr. and Melissa Reed, all of Tampa; a host of great grands and great, great grands; loving adopted daughters, Rose W. Parson and family and Billie Jean Stennett, Robin Parker and family, Ann Martin, Crystal Watson, Cynthia Anderson, Tonya Lynn, Mother Mary Colston, Mother Pat Davis, Pauline Capers, Ann Martin, Pastoq Wanda Wilson and family and Evelyn Butts and familv. Best friend and neighbor-Mary Taylor; brothers, Donnie Paul Hicks (Eugenia) of Tampa, Cotis Hicks (Lillie Mae) of Trenton, NJ, and Albert Hicks (Ailene) of Birmingham, AL; sisters Carrie Jones of MD, Nellie Smith of Eufaula, AL; sisters-in-law, Nellie Hicks and Mollie Hicks of Tampa; a host of loving nieces, nephews and cousins; Prayer warriors of the Twenty-Ninth Street Church of Christ; and a host of loving friends and neighbors. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening, November 27. 2009. The family will receive friends from 7-Sp.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.ajkenstuneralhome.net. MRS. THELMA CLARK TURNER Homegoing services for Mrs. Thelma Clark Turner of 2207 N. 12th Street, who passed away Saturday, November 21, 2009, will be held today, Wednesday, November 25, 2009, at 10 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Father Hugh Chikawe, officiating. The interment will follow. Mrs. Turner was born Janua1y 23, 1929, in Tampa. She loved to care for others and her beloved dog, "Lady". Thelma was preceded in death by: her husband, Napoleon "Toosie" Turner; mother, Ruth Lee Gage; and sister, Mildred "Penepop" Burney. She leaves to cherish her memories: sister, Dorothy Clark of New York, and Josephine Barton; nieces, Mae Shirley Armstrong of New York, and Debra Jackson and family; nephews, Albert Nixon, Jr. of North Carolina, Trenton Hatton ofNew York, and Eddie Gray, Jr.; grandnieces, Joy Armstrong and Mya Nixon of North Carolina; grandnephew, Albert Nixon, III; devoted friend, Raul Correa; sisters-in-law, Viola Davis and Annie L. Turner; nieces-in-law, Bea Malone and husband, Ralph, Rose Austin and husband, Leon; nephew-in-law, Lee Davis; devoted friends, Leila Washington and Jody and family. The viewing was held on Tuesday, November 24, 2009, from 2-6 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home. The family and friends are asked to meet at the gravesite for the service on Wednesday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www.aikensfuneralhome.net MR. KENTON ORlANDO JOHNSON Mr. Kenton Johnson of Tampa, better known as Big Herb, passed away on November 8 2009. Funeral se1vices will be conducted Sunday, November 29, 2009 at 12 noon at the Mount Calvary S. D. A. Church, 4902 N. 40th Street, officiated by Pastor Patrick Vincent, Pierre Francois and Dolphy Cross. Interment will be at Orange Hill Cemetery. Kenton was born to the union of Horace Johnson and Paulette Drummond. He was educated in the Hillsborough County Public School System. Visitation for Mr. Kenton Johnson will be held Saturday from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street A HARMON BURIAL Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMQJii'D ,\,'\iDERSON 1.. F. D. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipp1ng & Cremation Our Fmnily Can Meet Your Fan1ilv's Needs CRISIS Fffl\'1'..RAL -,,.,.Am" PRICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MRS. RUBY REBA DELL THOMAS Homegoing services foq M1s. Ruby Reba Dell Thomas, who passed away on Saturday, November 21, 2009, will be held Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive M. B Church, 4007 D1. C. P. Epps Dl"ive (Cayuga Street), Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Reba Thomas was preceded in death by: her husband, Mr. Harry Thomas; and sons, Harry, Jr. and Kenneth Johnson. She leaves to cherish her memories: her favorite niece, Shirley Vicks (Jimmy); favorite sisters-in-law, Queenest Wilson and Dorothy Clark; her dearest and very caring daughters, Delores Crawford (Dwight), Cassandra Taylor (Michael), and Patricia Jones (Roger); loving son, Derrick Thomas; grandchildren, Howard, Joseph, Javon, Tomekia, Sean, Claudia, Jermel, Joneisha, Antwan and Terrell; great grands, Shaymyra, Kaya, Antonie, Jermel, Jr., and Antwan; and a host ofloving relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m. on Friday evening at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends wishing to attend the homegoing service in memory of Mrs. Ruby (Reba) Thomas are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL IN MEMORIAM l ALFRED (Brother) OLIVER November 28, 1931 September 18, 2005 In loving remembrance on your birthday. The memory of you is forever a flame in our hearts. Forever, your family.

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"T1 t h e Mount Olive A M E Church family MRS. MAGNOLIA GREEN Mrs. Magnolia Green of 4004 N. Branch Avenue, #B, passed away Tuesday, November 17, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Satu1day, November 28, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Mount Olive A. M. E. Church, 1902 W. LaSalle Street, Reverend Givins, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Green was a native of Little Rock, Arkansas, and a 1esident of Tampa for 591/2 years. She was a member of Mount Olive A. M. E. Church and was a retired domestic worker. Mrs. Green was preceded in death by: her parents, William and Diana Smith; daughter, Theresa Green; and grandson, Vanshawn Jones. She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband, Herman Green, Jr. (Twila); three daughters, Linda GreenMainer (Cadton, Sr.), Marchel Green-Wall and Patricia Green; ten grandsons, Donte Mainer, Sr., Edrick Mainer, Sr., DeMario Green, David Wall, III, Maurice Green, DeAdrian Green, Carlton Mainer, Jr., Shawnta Mainer, Quantai Washington, and Robert Kellum, Jr.; nine granddaughters, Zuandra Jones, Andreanea Jones, Seatiria Mainer, LaToya Green, LaTia Green, Chawntel Mainer, LiTrisha Green, Theresa Green-Johnson and Lakeema Kellum; seven great grandsons, Donte Mainer, Jr., Vanshawn Jones, Jonathan Couch, Jerry Edrick Mainer, Jr., Breon Mainer and Robert III; ten great granddaugltters, Marshawna Green, Da.v .1anna Wall, J'Nia Green, T ,aTiana Green, Lakwandas G :reen, Aniyah Green, Isaciana Mainer, Johnia Johnson, Ra'Niya Marshall and Reh'Janae Marshall; four goddaughters, Ruby Johnson and family, Rosemary Bonds, Sonya Danile and Sandra Barber and family; two nephews, Theodore Taylor and family and Charles Taylor; three nieces, Carolyn Brown, Kim Fredrick and family and Tammy Williams and family; cousins, Fannie Wright and family, Gregory Murray, Willie Murray, J Roger Ball and family.,_ Stacit! Jacobs and family and Stevie Prather and family; other sorrowing relatives and friends, the Comer, Morris, Brown, Crawford, Payne, Prather, Parker, McNair, Clark, Jackson families, W alte r White, Cl arence Smith, the International M asons, the Orde r of Eastern Stars and T h e r e m a i n s will rep o s e Friday November 2 7, 2009, f l'Ol11 5 8 p. m. a t Ray \ N illi a m s Fune r a l Home Arrangements entn1s t e d to RAY W I LLIAMS FUNER A L HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners MS.OWANDA K. HICKS Ms. Owanda K. Hicks of Tampa, passed away Thursday, November 19, 2009. Fune1al services will be conducted Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 2 p. m. at New Progress Missionary Baptist Church, 3307 E. Shadowlawn Street. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Hicks, affectionately known as "Lil Bay-Bay, was a lifelong resident of Tampa, and was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. She was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Albert and Lizzie Johnson and Otis and Annie Hicks; aunt, Alberta Fields; cousins, Darrell Richardson and Willie Lumpkin. She leaves to cherish her loving memory: a loving and devoted mother, Carolyn Johnson; father, Gary Hicks; children, Kavayanna Taylor, Kreesharon Taylor and Cedric Brown, Jr.; goddaughter, Celeste; siblings, Ronnie Andrews and wife, Yemeka, Gary Brown, Demetrius Hicks (Darrius Cruz), Khalilya Bryant and husband, Charles, Netia Hicks, Ga-Rayel Walker, Garian Hicks, all of Tampa; a host. of nieces and nephews, Erica, Ronnie, Taeshod, Runniqua, Ronquaya, Ronieasha, Walter, Taquan, Tavione, Frankie, Zaquan, Destiny, Penelople, Chamed, Galeisha, Gamesha, Garreh, Mildd, Di'Zhae, Elani, Emani and Za'nai; great nephew, Ronnie Andrews, IV; a special devoted family friend, Leila; extended family, Cedric Brown, Sr. and Kevin Taylor; aunts, Catherine Coley, Barbara Johnson, Charlene Johnson, Ann Hill and husband, Kenny, Evonne Hill, Alfreda Johnson, Anuska Johnson, Brenda Johnson, Belinda Johnson, LaFran Reddin of Dade City, FL, and Cheryl Cannon; uncles, James Hicks and Curtis Cannon; and a host of other sorrowing uncles, aunts, cousins, the Flowers family, other relatives and numerous friends. The remains will repose, Friday, November 27, 2009, from 5-8 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERA L HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. t MRS. ANN RA VNELL PLUMMER Mrs. Ann Ravnell Plummer, affectionately called "Nanny," of Tampa, passed away Sunday, November 22, 2009. A memorial service will be conducted Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Mrs. Plummer was born November 18, 1909, in Dothan, Alabama. She relocated to Tampa in the late 196o's. She recently celebrated 100 years of life. Mrs. Plummer opened a day care in Tampa and had a firm hand in raising many children of the Tampa Bay area. She leaves to cherish her memories: her beloved children, Thomas Ravnell, Emma Denise Ravnell, Mary Larkins and Jackie Haywood and husband, Ray; grandchildren, Keshia Ravnell, Arvin Morris, Raiyonte and Jordan Haywood; great grandchildren, Wilneshia and Somoteria Staten, Chivarsky Corbett, Jr., Jermaine and Jemar Eskridge, Keyshawn and Kayla Morris; great, great grandchildren, Ja'Quayvious Lee, Harmeni McDonald and Ja'Quaez, Staten; her fondest nephew, Robert Woodard (Liz) and family, along with a host of other relatives and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. t BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JOYCE ANN HARRIS Nov. 27 Since you've been gone, a moment hasn' t passed without a thought of you. Mis s you very much. Your children, grandchildren, and family. Lov e e specially your son, Andre MR. BENJAMIN WOODSON, JR. Mr. Benjamin Woodson, Jr. of Tampa, passed away Sunday, November 15, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Donald Lott, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Woodson was born February 5, 1957, in Havana, FL, to Minnie Mae Young and the late, Mr. Benjamin V/oodson, Sr. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County and was employed by Singleton Seafood (ConAgra) until his health began to fail. In 2001 Benjamin married his friend and companion (Karen Washington) of many years, a special bond remained until his untimely demise. Benjamin was preceded in death by: his father, Benjamin Woodson, Sr.; and siblings, Joe Woodson, Mamie Oliver, Pearlie Woodson and Bessie Burk. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted wife, Karen Woodson; two children, Willie LuVell Knott and Latasha Smith; 7 grandchildren, Javon Knott, Tachar Smith, Colbenehea Range, Timothy Fowler, Matther Fowler, Robin Green and Gaby Preston, Jr.; 3 devoted stepchildren, Antonio Washington, Tyrone and Sharone Taylor; 4 step-grandchildren, Je Ronda Thornton, Rodyrck Williams, Tyn)n and Ty'Leiah Taylor; his loving mother, Minnie Mae Woodson; b1otl,ers, Eddie Charles Woods o ;1 (Rita) of Tampa, and Charlie Woodson (Rose) of Havana, FL; sisters, Janie Clark of Havana, FL, Eula Cones, Ruby Johnson and Viola Phillips, all of Tampa, and Alice Burks of Pinehurst, GA; uncle, Charlie Woodson of Boston, MA; 3 aunts, Ola Mae Watts of Douglas, GA, Pearl Woodson of Elizabethtown, NJ, and Doretha Woodson of Boston, MA; father-in-law, Nathaniel Washington, Sr. (Bernadette); sister-in-law, Kimberlyn Gray; 2 brothers-in-law, Nathaniel Washington, Jr. (Tersita) of Jacksonville, FL, and Dywan Washington, Sr. (Latheria); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends to include, the Chaney, Atwater, Bass, Foster, Roberson, Plair, Mayhue, Albury, Vernon, Mac Arthur, Mitchell, Morgan, Knott, Price, Beacham, Sampson and Sipp families. The remains will repose, Friday, Nove mbe1 2 7, 2009, from 5-8 p m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home. AITangements entruste d to R A Y WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & No1 thern, Owne1 s MR. NATHANIEL BOLDEN, SR. The funeral services for Mr. Nathaniel Bolden, Sr., who expired on Wednesday, November 18, 2009, will be held on Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 11 a. m. at the Highland Avenue Church Of Christ, 2800 N. Highland Ave., Tampa, Brother Darryle Beasely, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in the Garden Of Memories Cemetery, Tampa. Nathaniel was born on February 12, 1925, in Savannah, Georgia, to the late Ned Bolden and Lillie B. Guyton Bolden Mosley, who preceded him in death. Nathaniel received his education in Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties. Nathaniel received Christ at an early age. He united with Highland Avenue Church Of Christ, where he remained as member until his passing. z 0 < m :5: OJ m :IJ 1\) 1\) 0 0 c.o "T1 r 0 ::c 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r-1 He was a World War II Veteran. He served in the United States Army Air Corp from 1943 1946, and received an honorable dis -;g charge upon his separation Ill from the military. r-He met and married Cii Mercedes Clayton in 1947 To ::::t this union was born 7 chil-m dren: Reginald Gregory C Bolden, Sr. (Phyllis), Brenda m Valerie Bolden, Marcia Antionette Bolden, Nathaniel ::C Bolden, Jr., Dwight Anthony -< Bolden, Teny Denise Bolden and Michael Ricardo Bolden. C Ill c r rm ::! z He also fathered 4 other rn sons, Antonio Harris, Dwayne C K. Harris, Lance K. Harris and stepson, Fred Harris. He had 31 grandchildren, 39 )> great grands, and 2 great, Z great grandchildren. C In addition to those family members, he also leaves to mourn: a loving and devoted C sister, Johnnie Mae Bolden Holloway; and his favorite and only niece, Donna Sanders; cousins, Gladys Hayes Bowers, Frank and Ora Lee Reeds, Abner Ford, Pearlie Mae Davis and Catherine Thomas. The remains will repose Friday, November 27,2009, at the Highland Avenue Church Of Christ. The. family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. WOODY'S FUNERAL SERVICE

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0'> Funerals/Memoriams ,.... C\1 a: w co :2 w > 0 z 0 a: u. MR. WILLIAM BUTLER Mr. William Butler, age 51, of 6oS W. Grant Street, Plant City, died late Tuesday night in West Florida near Tallahassee, after being involved in a serious vehicular accident. He was a wellknown plumbing contractor throughout the Tampa Bay area, state and beyond. Butler was born in Melbourne, FL, to the late C Hanson and Mildred Butler, on December 20, 1957, where fE he grew up and completed his C high school education, graduz ating in the class of 1974 He <( later moved to Tampa where > he continued his education by <( pursuing a plumbing career. C He became a "master of his en trade." In August 1989, he was unitt-ed in marriage to Deloris > Sheppard Butler in Plant City, a: and made his home there W until his untimely death. > "Bill" will be remembered w for his kindness, hard work, C humanitarian contributions w J: and a willingness to lend a en helping hand to others. :J He is survived by: his devotm ed wife, Deloris Sheppard ::J Butler of Plant City; brother, ll. John Ivory Butler, Tampa; Z sister, Lucille Jones, i= Melbourne, FL; nephew, Jarvis Butler of St ..J Petersburg; mother-in-law, ::J Louise Sheppard, Plant City; 8 al aunts, Rose Laster, Tampa, ..J Nettie Mae Harris, Augusta, GA, Jo Ellen Harris, i= Bainbridge, GA, Jan Eva z Harris, St. Petersburg, Emma w Lou Harris, Bradenton, and en Juanita Faulk, Linda Tripp, <( Yvonne Harris and Tammy C Harris, all of Bainbridge, GA; a: great aunt, Cassie Plummer, 0 Miami; five uncles, John C. ..J Butler {Della), St. Petersburg, u. <( I 0 N w CJ Ivory Butler, Rochester, NY, Bob Addison {Lena), Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Wayne Harris and Sylvester Cooper, both of Attapulgus, GA; sisterin-law, Doris Bryant; brothers-in-law, Roger Sheppard and Henry Bryant; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and a multitude of friends. Visitation will be Friday, November 27, 2009, from 6-8 p. m. at Charlow Funeral Home, 1010 E. Laura St., Plant City, FL. Funeral services will be held at Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church, 1109 E. Laura St., Plant City, FL, at 11 a. m. on Saturday, November 28, 2009. CHARLOW FUNERAL HOME PV2 WILLIE PETER NELSON, JR. Sunrise: October 15, 1958 Sunset: November 17,2009 PV2 Willie Peter Nelson, Jr. of 1014 Davis Place, passed away November 17, 2009. Mr. Nelson was born in Tampa, on October 15, 1958. He recently moved to Clearwater. Mr. Nelson was educated in the Hillsborough County public schools. He served in the Armed Forces, stationed in Ft. Dix, New Jersey, serving as a Marksman. During this time he received a Purple Heart and was discharged with honors in 1978. On November 30, 2009, from 6-8 p. m., a memorial service will be held at Greater Bethany M . B. Church, 5814 58th Street Court, Palm River, 33619, with Rev. C. D. Thompson, officiating. IN MEMORIAM ALEXANDER PENNY For this holiday, we would be thanking God for your awesome love you spread and memories you have shared. We will always love you. From, family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF ALEXANDER LAVARMATHIS January 30, 1984 -November 9, 2008 Always thankful for having you in our lives. Love, your mom, Angela and your family and friends. t 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 $3499.00 JntergrUvJIJPJan Includes: Casket w/7 Different Colors To Select From Lead Car Official Sheriff Esc011 Casket Spray Register Book 100 Standard Programs Death Certificate 8 Passenger Limo "The Heart Of Serving Family First" BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM LARNETT (NIKKI) PYE 11/25/68-2/11/06 SHELTON H. BILLUPS, SR. 11/30/60-5/2/09 In loving memories of your birthdays, you both will forever bd in our hearts. We love and miss you. Your mother, sisters, brothers and family. IN MEMORIAM RUBY LEE JACKSON The day after Thanksgiving marks another year you slipped away from us. God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So, He opened up His arms and said, come to Me. We are left with broken hearts, but fond precious memories. We love and miss you very much. Your daughters, Gloria, Padrica and Geraldine. WHATE.VER THE TlME OF ):EAR . \ve'll he lwr e lbr you. FllN.EtUt HOM+: 3000 N 29Ul St Tampa, FL 33505 (800) (813) 248-6125

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:D Funerai/Memoriams/Card Of Thanks/Local c Damian Parris, Dorian Parris, I N MISSING YOU ON MRS. PRISCILlA GRACE GREEN Mrs. Priscilla Grace Green of 3926 Cherry Street, passed away Monday, November 23, 2009. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 28, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Allen Temple AME Church, 2101 N. Lowe Street, Reverend Michael K. Bouie, pastor, with Bishop Francis S. Davis, Sr., Pastor of The General Assembly Church of the First Born, Inc., officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Priscilla was born in Live Oak, Florida, on May 21, 1927, to the late Susie Sheppherd Young and Jessie Sheppherd. She was a resident of Tampa for over 55 years. She loved the lord and was a longtime member of Allen Temple AME Church, serving faithfully on Stewardess Board, Choir, and SAMsCiub. Priscilla was a member of Zeta Amicae of Tampa. Priscilla was the founding 111other of The General Assembly Church of the First Born, Inc. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Susie Sheppherd Young; her father, Jessie Sheppherd; and only brother, Jessie Sheppherd. Those left to cherish her precious memories are: her loving husband, Willie A. Green, Sr.; 11 children, Arthur Bevel, Carolyn Wilson, Alfreda Hunter, Pastor Katherine Davis (Francis), Grace Green, Larry Green, Linda Williams, Marian Green," Sheila Southhall, Michael Green and Willie Green, Jr.; 27 grandchildren, Pamela Wiison-Caruthers, Stanley Wilson (Rana), Christina Wilson-Smith (Torium), Priscilla Wilson, Kenneth Hunter (Yola@a), Marvina Mathis Kamishaa Hough (Don"#.ld), Bennetta Simmons (Lariry), Edward Bellenger (Gina), Tiffany Green, Tyron Green, Josh Green, Rashawn Williams, Valerie Williams, Devanie Williams, Brian Brady, Dana Daniel (Jarrett), KeAndre Gatlin, Ashley Gatlin, Tristan Green (Tasha), Steve Reed (Doria), Cameron Southhall, Alyssa Green, Shakena Brice, Willie Green, III, Zachary Green, Sr. and Terri Devine; 45 great grand-children, LaKendra Caruthers, Kenyetta Caruthers, .Caruthers, Stansheala Wilson, Rashard Isaac, Sydni Wilson, Reagan Wilson, Tori Smith, Aaron Smith, Kendall Hunter, Kaitlyn Hunter, Kenia Hunter, Kenniece Hunter, Gerald Rhoden, Destiny Mathis, Debra Hough, Priscilla Hough, Grace Hough, Kamian P::.rns, Bonita Lattimore, Kayla I Z Bellenger, Kavon Bellenger, MEMORIAM THANKSGIVING Michael Pripchett, Ania Green, Jordan Gatlin, Jaylen Daniel, Jayme Daniel, Waylon OJ Warren, KeAndre Warren, m Dana Warren, Aaron :D Robinson, Corey Williams, 1\> Trista Green, Grady Green, _-....1 Tristany Green, Tristan Green, Jr., Trenton Green, o Steviana Reed, Asia Reed, tO Cordell McClinton, Javontee Brice, Dy'mond Green, and Zachary Green, Jr.; 2 great, great grandchildren, Kenneth Caruthers and Trevo1 Wilson; brother-in-law, Wesley Green; sisters-in-law, Ruth Wright, Lillian Wright, Anne Jackson (Elijiah) and Mary Alice Kirkland; special nephew, Ernest Green .(Tonya); goddaughters, Anne Ellison, Barbara Hicks and Mallie Graham; special sisters in Christ, Dorothy Newton, Maxine Douglas, Margaret McCray, Catherine Fergurson, Georgia Johnson and Beatrice Newton; adopted spiritual children, Barbara Johnson, Irvin and Mozzella Randall and Rick Smith; special friends, Claudia Walker, Dorothy Limehouse, Annie Lee Plummer and Loretta Wright; and a host of relatives and other friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 27, 2009, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. IN MEMORIAM MRS. FRANCES A. BAKER Sunset: November 28, 2008 Hello Mother, it's been one year since Yol! lef}: your earthly family to b e with your heav-enly family. -We mi$S you so much but we realize. we were truly blessed to have you for all those years. God blessed this family with a spiritual, lo"ing, phenomenal, inspirational and devoted daughter, wife, mother, grandmother, aun_ t and friend. We know that you are in heaven, looking down on us. Your daughters, Elizabeth, Frances, Olivia, Patricia Ann and Conslee. ETHELENE YORK All things are possible through God. Thanks Lord. IN MEMORIAM MICHELLE DENISE JACKSON 8/22/70-11/24/2004 Morna, it's been 5 years since you left us and we are still missing you a lot. It's been hard without you here. We think about you on a daily basis. We know you are looking down on us and helping God look over us, too. We all love you, even your nephews and niece that you never got a chance to see. Love, Mario and Doozy. Shelly Bean, we love and miss you dearly. Love, your only sister and brother-in-law, Helenenor and Tommy, Sr., Tommy, Jr. and wife, LaThesha, Tomika and Ebony. -MRS. 'ELLEN J. DUHART August 12, 1931 -February 20, 2008 ROGER E. TOLIVER _August 9 -1963 February 28, 2007 MS. VERCINE WILLIAMS January 4, 1995-November 6, 2005 MR. SAMUEL J.BAKER April15, 1972 -December 7, 2007 CARD OF THANKS MRS.SALLYE M.EVERETT We, the family of Mrs. Sallye M. Everett, would like to say thank you for all your words of comfort, cards and support during our time of sorrow of our dear loved one. A special thanks to: Mr. and Mrs. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Mosley, Elder Weeks and Northbay family, Eastside Funeral Home and Staff. Special frier,ds, Oscar and Joseph Butler and the Everett Family. May God bless you and we will keep you in our prayers. Mother Detends Son Struck Bv Car In Bicvcle Incident MARKESE WHITE BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWi-iter tl. Cherryl Watson said the facts surrounding an incident involving her son, Markese White, are wrong. White and Christopher Langston were charged by Tampa Police with stealing a bicycle from the front yard of a residence on Osborne Avenue last Friday night. According to police reports, White was struck by a vehicle as he and Langston were fleeing with the stolen bicycle. White was hospitalized with head injuries, and his condition was reported to be serious However, he was later released and booked into jail on a petit theft charge Ms. Watson said her son was riding his own bicycle when the incident occurred, and had no idea what Langston was going to do. r 0 :D c )> (J) m z :::! z m r I OJ c r r m :::! z "'C c OJ r en :::t m c m < m :D -< -4 c m (J) c )> z c :D c ;g "My son was with Langston, because they are friends He didn't know Langston was going to steal a bicycle, and when it happened ,' illy son was just trying to get away becau se he didn t want to be involved. That's when he was hit by the car." Ms. Watson said she s also not nabpy:with the fact that the hospital discharged her son when he 1\> had suffered such a bad head injury. -;"'

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0'1 ,..: N a: w CD w > 0 Familv Asks For Help To Burv Mom With No Insurance Z Time and again the call goes out for those who unforC tunately do not have insura: a,nce. Help is especially needu.. ed when one passes away. c The family of Ms. Betty Jean Currelley is seekinf help in the burial of their mother. Ms. Currelley passed away Friday; Nov 20, 2009 after a long battle with diabetes. She was 59 years old. Her daughter, Shavon Graham did not intend for this to happen, especially after she had gone through this same type situation after the death of an uncle. "When my uncle died about 2 years ago, I immediately started trying to get insurance for my mother. It seems as though when you bring up MS. BEITY JEAN CURRELLEY diabetes, insurance companies shy away," she explained. Because she was turned down by several com panies, she now finds herself in that same situation. Ms. Graham hopes to have funer al services for her mother on Saturday, December 5, 2009, with Wilson Funeral Home in charge. Ms. Currelley was a member of Word of Grace and Truth Ministries. Ms. Currelley was a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) for several years before her illness led to her disability Anyone wishing to donate may send or take donations to Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th St., Tampa (33605). In addition to Shavon, Ms. Currelley is also survived by a son, Gregory Currelley (AKA, Red). Contact the family at (813) 388-0951, 965-7958, or 5329341. a: u.. c z <( World-Renowned Jamaican OJ Dies In Tampa c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w en ::::i m ::J a. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m I ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J u. <( I N N w C) For more than two decades, if you asked who was the champion of all champions when it came to dancehall rage music, everyone would have told you ForM ore Cat/ without a doubt, it's Squingy. Kevin "Squingy" Bennett passed away this week at Tampa General Hospital after suffering from a termi-KEVIN "SQUINGY" BENNETI nal illness. According to his close friend, Richard Solomon, Squingy had come to Tampa to visit his friends and seek medical help when he passed away. "Squingy will be sadly missed by millions of fans who thought he was the God of dancehall music," Solomon said. Squingy was an ar1ist that always left the audience wanting for more, and his family in J amaica will b e in town this Saturday for a Memorial Service a t 3 p m at Harmon's Fun era l Home Sentinel Bulletin National Acclaimed Director, Writer And Actor Tvler Perrv Donates One Million Dollars To NAACP WASHINGTON, DC -The NAACP, the country's oldest and larg es t civil rights organization, announced today that acclaimed film director Tyler Perry has donated one million dollars, marking the largest gift ever given by an individual. In addition, Perry purchased several NAACP commissioned Jacob Lawrence lithographs and additional lithographs by celebrated artists Jonathan Gr_een, Elizabeth Catlett and Sam Gilliam. The gift, which will be distributed over the next four years, was made to com memorate the organization's Centennial anniversary. "We are honored that Tyler Perry chose to support the NAACP, said Julian Bond, Chairman of the NAACP. "Tyler is a courW TYLER PERRY geous pioneer in bringing positive images of African American culture and struggles to the screen. His remarkable journey from poverty and childhood abuse to become one of the world's most successful filmmakers an d entrepreneurs is an inspi ration to us all," Bond said. Dving Judge Helps Set Toledo Man Free COLUMBUS, OH --Ohio Governor Ted Strickland has granted clemency to 78 prison inmates after personally reviewing nearly 300 requests. Among those granted clemency Monday is Tol edo gang membe r, Willie Knighten, Jr., who was convicted of a 1997 murder bx former Lucas County Judge William Skow Knighten, 37, was not convicted by a jury. He was found guilty of the Jun. 5, 2007 drive-by shooting of Irving Turner and Adaris Welch in Toledo.' Turner was killed after being shot in the head. Welch was injured in the shooting. Knighten was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison by Judge Skow after being found guilty of murder, attempted murder and two weapons charges. He entered prison on Nov 20, 1997. Judge Skow sent a letter, on behalf of Knighten, to the WILLIE KNIGHTEN, JR. Ohio Parole Board just a few months before his June 2009 death. In the letter, Judge said that the verdict he came to was wrong and Knighten had be e n Wrongly imprisoned for 12 years "Over the past years, I hav e bee e increasingly persuad ed tli m y findings were er ro neou and that in fact it is mo. ikely than not that Willie Knighten was innocent of the underlyinf charges. Atlanta Baptist Leader Diagnosed With Cancer WOODSTOCK, GA --Southern Baptist Convention President Johnny Hunt a nnounced Monday th a t he ha s prostate cancer and expects to have surge1y in J anuary The 57-year-old Hunt, pastor of the Atlanta-area First Baptist Church of Woodstock, said he b e lieves the cancer was detected early. Hunt was e le cted SBC president at the conven tion's June 2008 annual meeting in Indianapolis and re-elected at this year s meeting in Louisville, Ky. In a statement released through th e Baptist Press, he said doctors have monitored his prostate carefully. Hunt said h e and his wife Janet are now praying for wisdom from Heaven to know exactly what procedure to choose to deal with this cancer, probably around the second week in January. We would app r eciate your prayers on thi s journey. With 16.2 million memb ers, the Nashville-based SBC is the largest Protestant denomination in the U.S.

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Crime Juveniles Charged With Burglarv, Grand Theft SHARQUAY KNIGHTON According to the Tampa Police Department, on November 8th between 5:30 p m and 8:45 p.m. the resi dence at 3715 East Deleuil was burglarized. A front window had been smashed in, allowing the suspects to unlock the deadbolt lock on thefront door. Stolen from the residence was over $2.400 in property. On November 9th, Sharquay Knighton, 14, and Kaheem Collins, 14, were brought to the Dis tri c t II Police Division and interviewed regarding several bur gl a ries that they were subsequently arrested for. During the interview with Knighton, police said his mother gave them information that led to the recovery of a l aptop computer from the burglary on East Deleuil but one in which Knighton said he wasn't involved. It was later discovered through investigation that a cell phone in Collins' poss ession on the day of his arrest had also come from that burglary. Collins was re-int e rvi ewe d and denied any involvement in the burglary. A search of Knighton's room by his mother led to the recovery of clothing stolen from the burglary. Knighton and Collins were both charged with burglary and grand theft. Bov, 14, Accused Of Stabbing Man 30 Times LAKELAND --A 14-year old bo y is accused of stabbing a homeowner in Lakeland 30 tim es during a home inva s ion. According to Lakeland police, the teen is accused of breaking into a home on Dawn Street before midnight Tue s day and attacking the resident. The boy, police say, took 55-year-old Daniel Granton's wallet and fled the .. scene, but was later caught by police. Granton suffered numerous chest wounds and remains in critical condition at Lakeland Regional Medical Center. The 14-year-old is charged with home invasion robbery, attempted felony murder and two counts of burglary. Girl Brutallv Beaten Bv Other Girls At laundromat SANFORD, FL --Sanford police are hunting for a gang of girls who brutally beat a teenager in a Laundromat. Surveillance video shows at least four girls punching and slapping the victim Sunday night. The victim is doing okay, but her entire family is badly shaken up. Sanford police are investigating the beating and looking for all six women involved, one of whom was vicious enough to slam her victim's head right into a row of industrial dryers. This is nonsense. They beat m y girl really bad," said Shante Howard, the victim 's mother. With fists flying through the air, the sprawl caught on sur-veillance video looks more like what you'd expect to see on an ice hockey rink then at a local laundromat. What's more surprising is police believe the aggressors slamming the 15-year-old girl around are all teenage girls themselves. Investigators say the fight began at a laundromat on 17/92 around 6:30pm Sunday. Counhouse Capers JOEY GRAVES, 24, possession of cocaine KENDRA WILLIAMS, 18, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon JONSTON HAYWOOD, 23, sale or delivery of cocaine, possession of cocaine, felon in possession of a firearm CHRISTINA JONES, 30, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon WADE MIDDLETON, 49, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphenmlia JERMAINE DURANT, 30, possession of cocaine LARRY PAL1\:1ER, 34, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, tampering with physical evidence, driving while license revokedhabitual N. 56th Street, Ste. 13 Fl.. 33617 Office (813) 988 7881 ROBERT JONES, 38, possession of marijuana DENISE SHACKLEFORD, 30, sale or delivery of cocaine EDWARD GROOMS, 36, uttering forged instrument, grand theft, counterfeit payment instrument, fraudulent use of personal information Open 24Hour5 1 Days A Week "We'll Get You Out Quick ... So You Won t Have To Sit" Darrell Ingram :::tl 0 z 0 < m s: aJ m :::tl 1\) """" 1\) 0 0 c.o r-0 :::0 en m z ::j z m r:a:J c r rm ::j z "'D c aJ r-(j) :I: m 0 m < m -f c m en 0 )> z 0 :::tl 0 G) m 1\) (.,) I l>.

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Democratic Black Caucus 5th Annual G a l a The Hill sb o r ough County D e mocratic Black Caucus h e ld its 5th Annual G ala on Nov embe r 6th. The e l egant gala was h e ld a t the Grand H yatt on the Causew a y (Photos by Sylvester Harris) Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus members in attendance included: first row, left to right: Monroe Mack, Rev. Willie G. Dixon, Dr. H. Bruce and Mrs. Patricia Miles, Dianne Hart, Robin Lockett, Yvette Jones, and State Representative Betty Reed. Second row, Quinton Robinson, Sharon Carter, Lydia Hudson, Michelle Morrell. Third row, Marvin Martin, Howard Harris, Chris Cano, Belinthia Berry and Ira Jean Gardner. Fourth row, Earl Ruthledge, Ella Coffee, Yaree, Barnes, Jurard Hill, Tarrance Lenoir and Linda Price. Curt Johnson and Florida State Democratic Black Caucus President, Dr. H. Bruce Miles at the gala. Gala guests included: Irene and Leon Harris, President, Manatee-Sarasota Democratic Black Caucus; David Rucker, President, Orange County Democratic Black Caucus; and Tim Adams, Orange County mayoral candidate. Dinner gues t s were: Delores Williams, L ydia Hudson and Merv Seymour, seated; and s t anding, Me'Shay Holiday FOP Party Affairs Director and Ollie Thornton. Shawn Brown, keyboaidist, played for his daughter, who provided entertainment for the evening. Lasean Brown sang a s h e r father played the keyboard. Special guest, Ernest Williams, President, Pinellas County Democratic Black Caucus, with Dianne Hart, President, Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus. Mr. and Mrs. Norris (Carolyn) Collins were guests at the gala. Bobby Bowden, State Senator Arthenia Joyner and Amos Brown. Among the guests in attendance at the gala were Allen Clendin and Atty. Harry Cohen. Pat F 1 ank, 2nd from right, 2nd Cl erk of the Circuit Court, with her friends: Cathy Bartolli and Stacy Frank, State House.

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PAMElA And GREG MILLS DAMONTAE MILLS With His Dad, GREG Happy birthday to my husband, Greg Mills, and my son, DaMontae Mills on th eir day Nov. 27th. With love from, your wife, Pamela Mills. Happy Birthday, Bree BREEAndFONZ Enjoy your day. Love a lwa ys, Bae. Family and friends. Happy Birthday REGGIE And PATRICIA (WINGO) TOLBERT God bless everyo ne! MY LADY To the one I love Happy birthday, Baby, we're the best. Love, Gene. LEROY BROWN And IDANA DORSEY BROWN 'Close Your Mouth' MANA, FEE, MICHELL Aild BOODlE Jealous? Why not be? Just sit back and gossip as we ce l ebra t e a real baller's birthday Yes, a n other day, a n othe r year for y'all t o keep t a lking about. What e l se y'a ll got to say now Happy birthday, Brus. Yellow jackets, It's That Time OJYear.Again: .,J.\,, THE BLAKE HIGH SCHOOL ALTHLETIC BOOSTER CLUB ) ><"4 .. I s Hosting It s Third Annual BLACK & ... GOlD CHRISTMAS DANCE . ,,, .. Saturday, December 19, 2009 The Leller Carri ers' Hall 9 P M.-1 A.M. W Cypress Street Tampa, F l orida $15.00-BYOI3 & I3YOF_-Set Ups Will Be S 9 I d.J; '*" Door P n zes Wtll Be Gtven Away "J< v .;., Thi s Year W'? 've Added A Iili i<' Tw i s t : The Class That Brings Out TI1o: Larges t . ,,. Number 01 Atte nde es Will Get A Spccia l Prize! They D on 'tllan: To All Be Blake A lumni; Jus t Brough t By Someone Who I s On.:. k Contac t Fnmccs C hecks 2542229 O r 5467789 Or Any Membtr CAMILLE YOUNG A.K.A. DADDY'S BABY November 27th Wishing you all th e love in th e world May God be with you in your future endeavors. Love ... from you Dad!! Weddings Portraits Family & Class Reunions Parties "T1 r-0 :::0 c l> (f) m z :::j z m r-1 tD c r rm :::j z "'tt c tD r-c:;; :J: m c m < m :::0 -< -4 c m (f) c )> z c "T1 :::0 0

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0'> 0 Local ,....... C\1 a: w al :2 w > 0 z Planning For Praver Ministrv Annual Conference c a: u. c a: LL c z <( c (J) w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: (J) ::; al :::> a. z i= w ..J ..J :::> al I ..J w z i= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ...J u. al I o::t MARYE. MAY ... Founder/President Members of the Mary E May Intercessory Praye r l ine Ministry are pu tti ng th e fina l touch es on thei r upcoming co nferen ce weekend, Dece m be r nth a nd 12th. Th e grou p of l adies and som e g u es t s ga th e r e d r ece ntl y a t the ho m e of the f ounde r, Mrs. Mary E May. The two day event will be hel d a t the Comfort Inn Conference Center Nebraska Ave. and E. Busch Blvd. to c elebrate t h e 14th annual women's conference and 18th annual "Joy To The World Brunc h." Th e Confer ence col ors are re d gol d an d g r een Several f r o m F lorid a, Geor g4a:." a n d Kentu cky have bee n inv.;jt ed to s hare in the As a lways, Dr. Johnson is the pr
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Church Directory GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Weekly Activities Early Morning Worship8 A.M. Sunday Church School 9 :30A. M Sunday School 9 : 30A.M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Class 4 :30P. M Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Bible Study 7:30 P BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .. :.9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) -P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion -By. Mt Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U ) 6 PM-Lord s Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org 29TH STREET CHURCH OF CHRIST HAROLD RODRIQUEZ-MINISTER 3310 N 29th St.' TAMPA, FL 33605 OFFICE & FAX (813) 242-4572 EMAIL: romello@ verizon.net Sunday Bible Class ............... 9 :15 A.M. Morning Worship ................. 10:30A.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 & B ible Study Wednesday 7 P M Sunday School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship-10:55 A.M. Church Van-(813) 627-0338 HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNilY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 P O Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45 A. M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa FL 33592 (813) 986 -3971 (813) 610-1252 REV. JOHN D. ANDERSON, JR. Pastor. Weekly Se.rvices: 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 Strengthen s Me. -Phil. 4 : 13 ST. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 :45 A. M. Sunday School 9 :30a.m Morning Worship 11 a .m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p.m. Study of the Bible Wed. 7 :30 -8 :30 p m P raise & Worship Service Wed. 8:30 -9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 -8:30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10 a .m. Youth Bible Institute 12 -4 p .m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p .m. REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor College Hill Church Of God In Christ 6414 North 30th Street 813-239-3161 Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday Sqhool 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 11 :OQ A.M YPWW-6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7 :00P. M Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Si x days you shalt 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 si x 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 Sunday School 9 :45a.m. Morning Worship-11 a.m Evening Worship-5 p.m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! PEOPLE FOR CHRIST MINISTRIES 10511 Main Street Thonptasassa, Florida DR.THOMAS L. HADDEN, Ill Sunday School 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A .M. Bible Study (Wednesday) 7 P .M. "T1 ::0 0 z 0 < m :: OJ m ::0 1\) -"" 1\) 0 0 c.o 'TI r-0 :!:! c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r:OJ c: r rm ::! z "'0 c: OJ r-u; :I: m c m < m ::0 -< -t c: m CJ) c )> z c 'TI :!:! c

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0) Sunday School Lesson ,..: N a: w IXl :E w > 0 z >"' <( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z <( c (/) w :::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: (/) ::::i m :::> a. z i= w ...J ...J :::> IXl I ...J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ...J LL m I f'the inner city reachingout to the communfty by ministeri,l]g tq,the whole man." MiniStry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK H e writes two l ette r s to th e m with th e sa me purpose He l ets them know that h e is aware that this is the second lette r writte n to them as a reminder to stim ul ate their thinking (vs. 1). If the truth be told you oftenti'mes need constant reminders to encourage you to do the right thing too. God has ordered your steps in such a way that you receive reminders about how to live and think. It is so easy to forget the blessings and promises of God when you are going through a storm or caught up in everyday living. Therefore, everyone needs to be reminded that no matter what happens or what is going on God is still in con trol. Peter wants them to remember the words spoken by the prophets and the words spoken by Jesus (vs. 2). The mention of the words spoken of by the prophets is a reference to what we know as the Old Testament. The spoken of by Jesus to the apostles points to the New Testament. Since we have both Testaments we are encouraged to recall the words of both. It is the recall of the word that will help you navigate through and triumph St. ,\-\arli Missionary Baptist Churd1 7221 S. Slwrrill Str&>t Port Tampa, Florida 3361 b (813) 839-5263 'Building C)n /\finn Toondat1un u Sunday School -9 : 30 A.i\1. Sunday Marilin& Worship-10:55 A.M N1ght Prayer Serl'ice & Sible 6:30 r.M. lran.t>al Cha,ga 1 a Hom. 1 : 5 ; 1 il) r e m e mb er that God does not count fime tQ_e way th e y do. To them God is l ate, but to Him H e i s on time W h e n it look s lik e He i s not com in g at all, God says time has not come yet God h as made a promise to return. He has made a promise to bless yo u and protect Peter writes to the church to encourage them through their persecution and trials. He informs them that the day of the Lord will come and it will be as a thief (vs.1o). No one knows when a thief will show up. He does not make call ahead break-ins. You just have to always make sure that you are on guard and protected. No one knows when God will show up. You have to know that He has promised to come and all you have to do is be ready for when He doe s The believer and the church must maintain th eir cause regardless of what people say and what tri a ls come. Do not let circumst, ances or people cause you to lose hope. Maintain your faith and trust in God and He will do what He said He would do. t Of Wl'.EGE Hill J838 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 { 813 ) 248-6600 Faith Temple Missionary Baptist Church 2916 Orient Road Tampa, Florida 33619 Celebrating Our Pastor's 1st Anniversary ... Pastor, Rev. Eric E. ,,., Campbell Theme: Faithful Servant Made Ruler Of Many Things" -Matthew 25:21 Guest Church: New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church Reverend Dr. Jimmy Downing Lakeland, Rorida Bro. Alfred RU$11, Program Chairperson

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, JJ Sehool District Awarded $100 Million Gates Foundation Award On Thursday, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation announced that it will invest $335 million to support effec tive teaching to ensure students receive the education needed to succeed The orga nization partnere!l with four school districts, including the Hillsborough County School District. The Hillsborough County School District received $100 million, the largest of the four aw a rds Other award recipients were the Memphis City Schools received $90 million, the Coll ege-Ready Promise was given $60 million, and the Pittsburgh Public received $40 million Each of the partners will be responsible for developing and implementing new approaches, strategies, and policies to improve the overall education process. Mrs. MaryEllen Elia, Superintendent of the Hillsborough County School District said, "This is a tremendous opportunity for our school district and our community. We believe that supporting teachers is the MRS. MARYELLEN ELlA Superintendent Hillsborough County School District best way to increase student achievement, and now we are in a position to create a model for the nation." Another $45 million from the foundation will be utilized with in the Measures of Effective Teaching (MET) Project, in which the Hillsborough County School District is also a participant. It is a two-year national study dedicated to defining and measuring effective teaching and identifying fairer and more reliable evaluative mea sures CDC 01 Tampa, Inc. Supports Homebuver Tax Credit The Corporation to Develop Communities, of Tampa Inc appl a uds the lat est deci s ion by Congress and the Obama Administration to renew the homebuyer tax credit and make the credit available to both first-time homebuyers and repeat homeowners who have lived in their homes for five years. Regardless of whether you are a first-time homebuyer or an existing homeowner ready to make your next home pur chase, CDC of Tampa urges all homebuyers in Hillsborough Com i ty to se e k : homeownership education from a HUD-approved nonprofit organization, like CDC of Tampa, before purchasing a home. Participation in homeownership education helps homebuyers determine if they are ready for homeownership. Through homeownership education, potential homebuyers will: Assess their financial situation and deter mine if their financial house in order; Decide how much home they can afford, in terms of both cost and size; Understand responsible home,financing and which loan products are most appropriate for them; and Learn how to adequately maintain a home after purchase. MS. TONI WATTS ... CEO ofthe CDC of Tampa, Inc. ' A NeighborWorks organization, the CDC of Tampa, Inc., has worked with hundreds of community homebuyers to help them achieve their dream of longterm homeownership, Ms. Toni Watts, CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc said This is the time to buy, especially for low income families. There are funds to help with down payment assistance, and prices are at an all time low. We have traineq counselors on-staff ready to advise families oneon-one and help them make the right homeownership choices for them," Ms. Watts said. For additional information contact the CDC of Tampa, Inc. at 813-231-4362 .. Author Stresses Importance 01 Credit In New Book _-< z 0 < m :1:: m m :c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 1\) will be outraged by the recent _....., skims and scams by financial 1\) 0 institutions imposed on gov-o Dr. George Foxx is known throughout the com munity as a n educator, a "tax doctor," and most recently, as an author. He currently has five books to his ern men t-sponsored enter-co prises as bailouts DR. GEORGE FOXX ... Author of "Financial Drama" investment and retirement accounts are but a pittance of what they once were." Financial Drama is Dr. George Foxx's ninth book pinned to help others understand how to cope with the drama associated with money issues. Described as a self-made man, Dr. Foxx said, Having experienced the world with the U. S. Navy in the first third of my life I am a retired educator during the s econd phase, and now I'm a redesigned accountant, correspondent lender, private mediator, and financial and real estate investor." He will host a book signing for his latest creation, "Financial Drama," on S aturda y, November 28th,J from 1 p.m. until 3 p m at 103 W Hamilton Avenue In addition to the book signing, Dr. Foxx has arranged an afternoon of socializing that includes an art show, and a Ms. Big, Bold & Beautiful Pageant Expose. There will be balloons for youngsters and refreshments available. Dr. Foxx said, "It is said that 'ignorance is bliss,' but what you don't know about this credit crisis will hurt you in more ways than you c-an imagine Your finan cial life is at stake, your home equity is deflated, your Stating that society has become a victim of a major recession, he further stated, "This book will reveal insider secrets regarding finance. You will discover the fallacy of the credit scoring system. You will understand the new credit scores and how they affect you." Some intriguing accounts and rudiments of those who have experienced or could relate to the dramatic effect of "T1 "for the love of money," can be found in the book. For But, he warns that readers more information about the book signing call (813) 2392787. ASHRA AND MERIRA KWESI PRESENT THE KEMET NU "KNOW THYSELF" EDUCATIONAL TOUR TO t" {From Cairo to Nubia} 15 day "Trip of a Lifetime!" -Based on 29 years of study & tour experience in Egypt 114 years apprenticed to Dr. Ben .Join the uncompromising husband and wife team of Ashra and Mcrira Kwcsi on their annual education a l tour t o Kcmet (Egypt). They bring the male and female balance, just as our ancestors did in ancient times Tours Conducted Every Summer Next tour-July 11-25, 2010 (15 Days) $3599 (payment plans are available) Tour Includes: + Round trip international airfare from New York + 700 miles of/ravel in Egypt-from Cairo to Nubia + Domestic flights in Egypt + Dynamic Afrikan-centered lectures at the ancient sites by Ashra and Merira Kwesi + Enlightening PowerPoint lectures by Ashra and Merira K wesi a/lite hotel after visiting the ancient sites + Deluxe hotel accommodations (5 star) + Two meals daily + Pre-trip planning handbook & Historical outline booklet + DVD-Egypt from Cairo to Nubia + Book -Afrikan Builders of Civilization + Entrance fees to all the sites, and much, more ... Or contact ASHRA OR MERIRA KWESI P.O. BOX 41005 DALLAS, TX 75241 TEL: 214-371-0206 FAX: TOLL FREE: 877-530-0400 e-mall: kemetnu@abcglobal.net Ashra Kwesi is a lecturer on ancient African Kcmctic history and religion. He brings a wealth of l information and a dynamic delivery, based on 29 I years of study and tour cxperien J c in the Africa Nile Valley. Brother Kwcsi spent 14 of as an apprentice to the noted Kcmctologist J>r. Yuscf Ben Jochanr;tn {Dr . We will Brother year of tra\'cl in EgY.Jl. t on this : trip. 't' i Mcrira Kwesi is a spirited lecturer on African fashion and culture, both ancient and modern. She I will present the symbolic and historical of our ancient ancestral social traditions based on her 18 i years of study and annual tour experience Egypt. Brother and Sister Kwesi own Kernel Nu Produc tions 11 company !hat is the source of. powerful, stu-1 dio-produced videos on African history nnd religion i r-0 :c c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-1 m c rrm :::! z "'C c m r-c;; :I: m c m < m :c -< -4 c m CJ) c ?< )> z c ., :c c .?<

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0'1 0 0 N Local 1'N a: w al :2 w > 0 z a: w > w c w J: C/) ::J a:l :J D. z jjj ...1 ...1 :J at ...J w z i= z w C/) C a: 0 ...1 LL DONNA DOUGLAS Washington, DC, and has contributed more than $300,000 over the years. As a result, on October 27, 2006, Howard University, in recognition of The Charmettes Incorporated's support dedicate d The Gwendolyn Baker Rodgers Chemotherapy Infusion Suite. Gwendolyn Baker Rodgers, who lost her bat tle with cancer, was one of the founders of the organization. In her spirit, the Charmettes continue the fight against cancer. In addition, the Charmettes contribute to local American Cancer Society organizations. The Hillsborough County Chapter of the Charmettes seeks the support of the community in making 'An Enchanting Evening' (formerly, 'Puttin' On The Ritz') with the Charmettes a success in supporting cancer research funding as well as other charities. For further information, please call Chairperson, Donna Douglas, or any other member of the Charmettes. Mt. Pleasant Middle School is all set to host their 3rd Annual Black Diamond Awards Ceremony. The event will take place during Black History Month and will recognize African Americans who have made outstanding contributions to the Tampa Bay community during the past year. The date is February 6, 2010, at the Don Thompson Performing Arts Theatre, located on the cam pus of Howard W. Black High School. The event is an academy award-style presentation that will feature 12 awards and a mixture of entertainment. African Americans will be recognized in 12 categories. The categories are as follows: Educator of the Year, Business of the Year, Amateur Athlete of the Year, High School Student of the Year, Law Officer of the Year, Community Activist of the Year, Religious Leader of the Year, the Elected Official of the Year, Civic Organization of the Year, Unsung Hero of the Year, Humanitarian of the Year, and the Citizen of the Year. The Chairman's Award will be presented to a dedicated Latest In Hop, Casual, Dressy And European Style Fashions r----------. All Name Brands Buy One Get One Half Off ENTIRE STORE!!! (l!xdudilg Sale 11EmsJ Exp, 12-1 !Hl!l board member of the school. All nominees must live in Hillsborough County. That includes: Brandon, Pl ant City, Temple Terrace and other surrounding communi ties. Some of the past winners of the awards were: Reverend Abraham Brown, the Charmettes, Marvin Knight, Reverend Bartholomew Banks, Derrick Brooks, The Florida Sentinel Bulletin, State Representative Betty Reed, Ms. Michelle B. Patty, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Commissioner Kevin White, Keisha Bodden and Dr. Phyllis Tucker-Wicks. All nominees must reside in Hillsborough County. Ballots can be obtained by calling the school (813-253-0053), cut ting a ballot from the Florida Sentinel Bulletin newspaper or by voting online at www.mpmiddleschool.net. Last year more than 10,000 ballots were cast by interested citizens, more votes are expected to be cast this year. Ballots should be mailed to: P. 0. Box 4729, Tampa, FL, 33675, or they can be faxed to (813) 253-0182. The Black Diamond Award is a beautiful crystal trophy adorned by a crystal black diamond. The trophy has become a valuable and covet ed keepsake award. The Black Diamond Award is a must-see social and cultural event, so folks, mark your calendar for February 6, 2010, for the Black Diamond Award Ceremony The time is 5:45 p.m. OHices Closed For Thanksgiving Holidav The majority of offices in the City of Tampa, Temple Terrace, Plant City, and Hillsborough County offices will close Nov. 26-27, in observance. of the Thanksgiving Day holiday. The court systemof the Clerk of the Circuit Court will also be closed. Solid Waste In the City of Tampa, the Solid Waste pickup will be delayed one day. Residential pickups normally on Thursday will take place on Friday. Residential pickups scheduled for Friday will take place on Saturday. "In Templ e Terrace, there will be no residential garbage pickup or curbside recycling on November 27th or November 28th. In Hillsborough County, there will be no residential solid waste (household garbage, yard waste or recy cling) collection services on Thanksgiving Day.

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, Social :D Happy Thanksgiving!!! November Birthday Celebrants H appy birthd ay to the fol lowing celebrants: Eric Matthews, Camilla Edwards, Sarah Johnson, Jakyle Armstrong, Cynthia Louise Marshall, Geraldine Manson, Annette Daniels Alice Nell Green, Olivia Dubose, Mary Florence Hillman, Joyce Felton and WilJiaJns. Happy belated birthday wishes are e xtended to our Vice President, Joe Biden, who celebrated his 67th birthday on,November 20, 2009. .. Belated wi shes to M1.< Rosa who recentl y celeqrated her sp e cial day with family and friends Happy:Birthday Happy birthday to former Villager, Mr. Preston "Peanut" Anderson, who will cel eb r a te hi s spec i a l day, 1 2 /1. Uplifting Prayers For The Sick And Shut-Ins Our p r ayers a re for everyone n o t just the s ick and shut-ins: Barbara Collins, Evelyn Mosley, the Dennis family, Sis. Daisy Hodgers, Rev. James Murphy, the Miles family, Eloise Leeks, Cathy Kirsey, Lillie Mae Thomas, Gettis Hendry, Norman McDaniels, Rufus Middleton, Bro. and Sis. Wilbert (Elaine) Johnson, Sis. Lula Philon and Sis. Bert Graham. Sympathy A belated sympathy is e xtended to the Sipliri and McCall families in the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Mildred D. Siplin, who was funeralized Saturday, November 21, 2oog. She will be missed by family, friends and Progress Village, as a whole. New Saint Matthew b r eaki n g ce r emo n y for the To all n o n age n a ri a n s we M. B. Church Progress V illage Sports wish t o you good h ea lth and Z Rev. Alex Fitzgerald Arena on Novembe r 30th at many m o r e happy yea r s t o Hall, Pastor, and fellow 10 a. m. a t the corner of come m church membe r s are se ndin g Flower Avenue and 78th out birthday w i s h es to th e Street. My Brothers m following ce l ebrants: Ola Come one, come all, to. this 2 Keep Ministiy JJ Lott-Mitchell, Anjenette event. Inmates ca n r equest a McCall, Johnathan FREE B i b l e and greeting 1\J Thompson, Jakaisha 101st Anniversary cards by writing t o: My g Judge, Chl"is Baily, Rece ntly Mt. Olive Africa n Broth e r s 2 K ee p M ini sti}', P. tO Martin LaCrette. Shirley Methodist Episcopal Church 0. Box 8g174, Tampa, FL, Golden, Christina congregation and it s 38th 3368g. McCoy, Ernestine Trice, leader, Rev. James C. Charles Booth, Bobby th e ir 101st Johnson, Sheila Walker, a nni:v..e r Eric Moore, Min. AI church gave special Lewis, Elouise Sweet and recognlti g n to its four nona-Treceda Cobbs-Christy. genaiian members, which Happy anniversary to: included: Mrs. Geneva Dea. Namom and Thompson Taylor, age g4; Deaconess Idell Mills, Mrs. Hazel Etta Wilder and De a. Garry and Hitchman, age go; Mrs. Deaconess Jacquelyn Gladys Geanie Bennett, Mills-Brown. age. go; .and long-time Please uplift the following Villager, Bro. Young in your daily prayers: Bro. Johnson, age g2 . Vernon Golden, Sis. Gail Bro. Johnson has been Jackson and family, an active member at Mt. Shareece Simon, Ash anti Olive AME Church for over Simon, Cedrick Salter, 6o years, where he has III, Cynecia Salter, Bro. served as a Class Leader, Kenneth Whitehead, Sis. member of Choirs #1 and # ,2, Odessa Gyden, Bro. Trustee and Stewa r d Bo'ard William Johnson, Sis. Cub Master f6r the Church's Divina Noble, Sis. Boy Scout Troop and volun-Victoria Robinson and teer church custodian. baby ; Za'ryah Golden. The Number Qne Usher Groundbreaking Ceremony You' re invited to a ground Board has renamed itself in his honor and is now knoWn as The Young Johnson Usher Board. .. , I' ( 'j: Scripture (John 1:1 7 ) For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus C hri st." Thought For Today "Some succeed because they are destined t o, but most succeed b eca u se they are d ete rmin ed to. F.Y.I. Let us keep President Barack Obama and his family in our d a ily pra yers as he tries to bring change for everyone. Remember our service men and wome n who put their liv e s o n th e lin e d aily. There 's a new h e lper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen, formerly Family Deli, (813) 741-g760. Call your news in to Iradean London-Biggs at (813) 677-6071. Be blessed! -Yes We Can! THE LAwOFFICEOFDELANo s. STEWART, PA DELANO S. StEWART ATTORNEY AT LAW 501 E. KENNEDY BLVD. SUITE 760 TM\PA, FLORIDA 33602 GIVE Us A CALL AT: ( 8 13) 221-4454 Areas Of Practice: r-0 :D 0 )> en m z ::::! z m r-1 Ill c: r rm ::::! z "'D c: Ill c en :I: m 0 m < m :D -< -1 c: m (J) c )> z c JJ c ?< Standing: Delano S. Stewart, P.A. Martindale-Hubbell AV Rated Lawyer Seated LTo R: Conley V . Morrow, Esq; Veronica K. Furse, Paralegal DUI Criminal Personal Injury Civil Litigation Probate and Norman A. Harris, Law Clerk "45 Years Of Legal Service To Our Community ... Still Worki.rig For You" The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written informatluii gbout qualifications and experience. Family Law ;g C) m co I Ill

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0'1 0 0 N ,...; N a: w CD :2 w > 0 z c a: LL m I 0 ,... Local Northeast Communitv Civic Association Hosts Its Annual Picnic Members of the Northeast Community Civic Association recently held their Annual Picnic at Northside Missionary Baptist Church. The picnic provid e d the f*rfect opportunity for neighbors to meet and greet. It also provided the opportunity for those who are not members of the organization to learn more about it. Those in attendance enjoyed an afternoon of games, fun, music, and a wide variety of food Block Captain Joyce Hill served as the Picnic Chairperson and was assisted by a host of faithful community members. Offi cers of the Northeast Community Civic Association are Joel Barnum, (president), Joe Harris, Rufus McGhee, Joyce Hill and Peggie Graves. The Block Captains are Noble Johnny "Can-Can" and Dt. Carolyn Banks. Noble Maurice "Soul-Patrol" Cheatham provided the music. Nobles Byron "Twizzler the Clown" Johnson, Robert "Big-Tiger the Clown" Johnson, and James "Law-Dawg'' Gallon, all members of Haram Temple #23 Prince Hall Shriners, and Dt. Carolyn Banks, ofHarram Ct. #96 Daughters oflsis, volunteered their time and talents for the event. Sheriff James Gallon, Carolyn and Johnny Banks. Johnny Banks is the Block Captain. Northeast Community Civic Association, Inc., Officers, Block Captains, members and "Twizzler" The Clown the picnic. Mattie Lambkins; Mary Woodard, Doris Barnum, and Rita Ordiway were the servers for the picnic. They are members of the civic association. Shirley Vereen is shown with Joe Harris at the membership drive booth. Nobles Byron "Twizzler" Johnson and Robert "Big-Tiger" Johnson are shown with and kids. Legal ice of Funding Ava ability & REQUEST FOR PROJECT APPLICATIONS FOR GRANT FUNDING UNDER THE FEDERAL JOB ACCESS/REVERSE COMMUTE PROGRAM AND NEW FREEDOM GRANT PROGRAMS The Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), in coordination with the Hillsborough County MPO and Pasco County MPO is issuing a request for grant applications to receive funding the Federal Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) and New Freedom Programs. Funding is av
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Recipes hanksgiving Turkey Cupcakes 1 box SuperMoist Devil's Food cake mix Water, vegetable oil and eggs called for on cake mix box 2 containers Rich & Creamy milk chocolate frosting 1 tube white decorating icing & 1 tube brown decorating gel Candy corn & Chocolate candy sprinkles DIRECTION: Heat oven to 350F Make and cool cake as directed on box for 24 cupcakes. Frost cupcakes. Place remaining frosting in corner of reseal able freezer plastic bag. Snip off small corner of bag. Sweet Potato Balls 4 large sweet potatoes 2/3 cup packed brown sugar 2 tablespoons orange juice 1 teaspoon orange zest 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 2 cups shredded coconut, sweetened 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 large marshmallow per potato pall DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Bake the potatoes until tender, then peel and mash them. Stir in the brown sugar, orange juice, zest and nutmeg. In a separate bowl, toss the coconut with the sugar and cinna mon. Press mashed potatoes around marshmallow, creating a 2-3" ball. Roll the balls in the coconut mixture. Bake for 15-:::0 0 z 0 < m OJ m :::0 1'0 ---1 1'0 0 0 <0 r 0 :::0 0 )> en m z -I z m r;OJ c To decorate each cupcake, pipe 1-inch mound of frosting on 1 side of cupcake to look like head of turkey. Make eyes with white decorating icing and brown decorating gel; add candy corn for beak. To make feathers, pipe frosting on opposite side to hold candy corn; place candy corn upright on frosting to look like feathers. Sprinkle chocolate candy sprinkles near head and at base of feathers. Add candy corn at base of cupcake for feet. Store loosely covered. 20 minutes. Watch carefully for the last few minutes of cook. F ing; the expanding marshmallows can cause the potato balls to burst open. z publix.com/ad p u b I i X Q!J I w H E R E s H 0 p p I N G I s A p L E A s u R .E . .. . 1791b Chiquita Bananas ............ . ...... 391b Sourdough Round French Bread ..... ... 279 Publi x All-Natural, 9 7 % F a t-Free, USDA Grade A SAVE UP TO 2 .50 LB A Good S our c e of Pot ass ium Vitamin B-6 a nd Vitamin C SAVE UP TO .30 LB H a ndm ade in Our B ak er y B aked Fres h Through o ut the Day, From the Publi x B akery, 16-oz lo a f SAVE UP TO .80 ......... ............ ............... : __ .._ _____ ---------------: : ........ .:: .... : ......... ................. ..... ..... .............. .................... ..................................................... -----------------------------------------------------------------------Publix Deli 2 Caesar Salad.. ....... . . 49 Fresh Romain e Lettuce Parme san C heese, and Creamy Caesar Dre ss ing 4-oz cont. SAVE UP TO 1.00 Birds Eye Voila! Ap MeaL V fee Assorted Varieties, 2 1 to 23-oz b ag Quantity rig ht s reserved SAVE UP TO 4 .99 12-Pack Selected Pepsi ree 12-oz can SAVE UP TO 4.79 ON 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday; November 27)hroi.Jgh December 2; 2oo!}: o.;iy in Polk Including Publix a t Stoney brook H i ll s Village in Mourit Dora. Pric _es not effective at Publix Sabor . Quanti t y rig hts 18-Pack Assorted 13 Budweiser Beer ..... . . 49 12-oz can or bot. or 12-Pack B ass Ale 1 2-o z bot SAVE UP TO 1.80 ""0 c OJ r en I m 0 m < m -I c m en 0 0 :::0 0 ""0 m _... _... I OJ

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Tampa (813) 209-0338 Cinnamon also comes in handy when it comes to sugar, stimulating insulin activity, which is tripled when combined with cloves, bay leaf and turmeric. 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Have A Great Smile!! Ginger and peppermint are also effective digestive aids. Its strong antioxidant qualities protect both the liver and the stomach. It also helps with diarrhea and nausea while improving the passage of good through the intestines. Marsh Orthodonucs Ginger is an excellent source of zinc. Braces For Children & Adults It also may be helpful in relieving the pain and inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis. Affordable Monthly Payments Peppermint not only sweetens your breath but it also aids in digestion by slightly anesthetizing the GI tract. It also soothes muscle spasms in the intestines and helps with irritable bowel syndrome CIBS). Quality Personal Care Family Discounts MARSH New Patients Welcome Complimentary Initial Examinations Rosemary keeps the brain chemical acetylcholine from breaking down and fights free radicals, relaxes the stomach, has anticancer properties and is helpful for headaches. ORTHODONTICS William F. Marsh, D.D.S., P.A. (813) 238-3384 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave. (MLK at 1-275 N.) Tampa, FL www.marshsmiles.com Sage protects acetylcholine in the brain, stimulates the digestive tract, helps to preveny gingivitis and even in a tea form, makes your hair shine. 1 1 s cur polro:.y !t1ZH the patient any o th e r responsJtt:t1' for payment t"1il!f a right to refus.:: to pc.t)', can ce l paymo:-r1t o r to be for pa:mn:nt fer a ny ser,ice. o!::Xummalic:Y.a o : wh:, ; h FS f e$ul! of and wlthm 72 h1;urs tii to thf:! advtrllS<:'<'O!I f o r the fre.c.. t:11SC..1tmtec:f-t e e : or :-e-duced tee ser, ;i-ce examinahon or tre.Jtment. Thyme lowers cholesterol, eliminates gas and is good for respiratory problems, such as asthma or congestion. When Milk Is TheEnemv What's up everybody; this is Barbara Jean from East Tampa. I have lived in Tampa for the last 14 years, I have 4 kids and all of them live with my mama. I have been ''hitting the pipe" for the last 13 years, and it wasn't until I found out I was pregnant with my 4th child that things got worst. Not only was I pregnant, but 1 found out I had full blown AIDS! I don't know how I caught it. be cause I was out doing drugs and trickin', but I knew I had to make some changes. After I had my baby 1 put myseif in treat ment, lt was hard at first because my baby's daddy was still using and I wanted him to be a part of our life. But with help and a few relapses I have managed to stay clean for 5 years. 1 only have sex with a condom and I won t have it any other way. 1 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 mistakes have learned a valuable lesson. 11 brick by brick, block.by block, callous hand by callous hand ... together ordinary people can do extraordinary things .. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA Makers of dairy products may promote the importance of getting calcium and vitamin D, but the new lactose-reduced products are less about that and more about people being able to enjoy some of the milk products they had to give up. Even people who worry about osteoporosis -a condition in which bones become weak and brittle -can get their daily calcium from other sources such as calcium-fortified orange juice .or soy milk, sardines, salmon, calciuni tablets, and their vitamin D from reasonable su:q exposure. 'Lactose intolerance, is a condition in which the Physicians Of ARMENIA 4710 N Habana Avenue, Suite #107 Tampa, FL 33614 (813) body lacks the enzyme to digest lactose, the predomInant sugar in milk. Low-Or No Lactose First, there is a wider variety of milk, cheese 'and yogu,rt products with reduced or no lactose. Milk formulations include skim, low-fat, reduced fat, plain or flavored. Lactose-milk dis-. tributors 'sut has Lactaid have got:ten in on the act with lactose-free or lactose-reduced milk. Supplements Next;. there are 'more supplements to help people digest lactose. These pills come in various strengths. They contain lactase, an enzyme that helps break. down lactose into two simple sugars -glucose and galactose -that are more easily digested. The pills are taken with. first bite. of food or sip. So remember, -there are 3.lways options!

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Health Tips To Climatize Your Eves Most o f u s know a bout protec tin g our skin from winter 's co ld and dty weather, but our eyes are just as vulnerable to the c h a n gin g w eather. Changing temperatures, wind and low humidity can lead to the f ee ling of constantly ha v ing sand in your eyes itchin ess, r edness, % blurred vision or sensitivity to light. These signs a re often symptoms of dry eye, a disease affecting an es tim ated 20 million Americans. Try these simple tips: Tip No. 1: K ee p moisture in and smoke out of your home and your eyes-Invest in a home humidifier and us e it e very tim e you turn on the heat. Doing so will help prevent dry eye symptoms. Avoid direct contact with hot air from h ea t e rs fireplaces and smoke because these can be especially aggravating to eyes. Tip No.2: Take blinking breaks at work-Eyes become especiall y vulnerable at the office during the cooler months due to overhead vents bl as ting hot air. Additionally, too much time in front of the computer screen can lead to dty eye symptoms year-round, as the normal blink rate of 10-15 times per minute drops to four to six times per minute. To minimize symptoms at your desk, remember to blink regularly whep. staring at the-computer screen and give your eyes breaks by keeping them closed a few seconds at a time throughout the day A bottle of artificial tears kept next to your desktop computer, can be used as needed to relieve symptoms. Tip No. 3: Keep hydrated inside and out when traveling-The air in planes is drying and dehydrating, so consider using lubricating drops while on the plane. When traveling by car, remember that your car heating can also dry out eyes, so avoid having them point directly at your face When traveling to a higher alti-tude where the humidity drops, ask your hotel concierge for a room humidifier. When yo u're on the go, always keep your body and your eyes hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Tip No.4: Relief over the counter and at your doctor s office-Mild dry eye symptoms triggered by dry weather, wind and heating vents can often be reduced by using artificial tears. If you experience dry eye or are using artificial tears several times a day, visit your eye doctor, who can properly diag nose chronic dty eye and, if appropriate, may recommend prescription therapies. STEPHEN A WILLIAMS, M.D P.A. Board Cert ified Pediatrician 714 W. MLK Jr Blvd. Tampa. FL 33603 www. k;dd!emd .com ma rketameri c a corn/d rstevens Tel: 813-223-6222 Fax:81 3-2236020 'Vound Care Bunions Con1 & Calluses Sports M cdici.nc NEW Mcdi-Pcdkurc A\'ailahk PAlJL P.A. ( .-tt.,uhwr.-.. ( Jj A mb::l,;Jrory Ff)()/ c.t: A nkh.t 813-872-8939 wwn:.TampaFootDoctor.com l-Iealtlu; Smile 1-Iealthy Body Healthier You! Dental Implants Sedation/ An:xiety Management Cosmetic Gum Surgery Treatment Of Gum Diseases Dl\1[) Board Ccrtifi ecl Interest Free Fimmcing AvailalJle T. MERRELL WILLIAMS, DMD, MS plant Dentistry odontics HV lNDIVIDUALtZED 4505 North Armenia Ave. Suite 101 Tampa, FL 33603 Visit Our Website At: www.tampaperio.com (813) 354-8707 :IJ 0 z 0 < m :!: m m :D 1\) ...... 1\) 0 0 c.o "T1 r 0 :IJ 0 )> (/) m z z m r-1 OJ c r rm :::! z iJ c OJ c (/) :I: m 0 m < m :IJ -< -i c m (/) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :D 0 G) m .... w I OJ

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0) 0 0 C\1 ,.... C\1 a: w m :E w LK couN ----> 0 z 0 a: u. Scholarship Applications Being Accepted Minority Nurse is now accepting applications for its 11th annual scholarships, which will be awarded in. 2010. The scholarships are open to the minority students who in the Fall 2010 will be enrolled in either their third or fourth year of an accredited BSN program in the United' States; an accelerated program leading to a BSN degree (such as RN-to-BNS or BA-to-BSN); 0 or accelerated Master's fE Entry nursing program for C students with bachelor's :i degrees in fields other than >: nursing (such as BA-toMSN). en The application deadline for the 2010 Minority Nurse t-scholarships is February 2010. To apply visit website W is MinorityNurse.com/Gj c For further informatiori, contact Pam Chwedyk at en (312) 525-3095 or pch:. wedyk'@alloyedu ca tion com ::I Q. z i= w ...J ...J ::I m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL Men's Day Observance Held 'Until we all come into the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a p erfect man; unto the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.' Ephesians 4:13. This was the chosen theme scripture for the Lake Alfred Church of God by Faith's Men's Day Observance with the theme of Men of God Unified for Godly On Sun., November 15th, Elder First 'Lady Velma Fogle and the congregation of Lake Alfred Florida Dis .trict we lcomed gue'sts from the Church of God b y Faith Tampa WestCoast District Elder Neal Phillips, Pastor of Victory Temple Church of God by Faith served as Master of Ceremony encouraging everyone to loosen-up and indulge themselves in Praise and Worship to the Lord. The Opening Prayer led by Evangelist J ohitson followed by the Scripture '9 read by Brother Donalct :! Mack who extended W the Welcome to their guests After the Praise and 0.: Worship S e rvic e, Deacon W illi e Rober tson received the offer in g Mother Lillie Williams, First:-,Lady o f Little Ro c k COGBF b egan her introduction of the Speaker, her husband, District Superintendent Elder James E. Williams, III, with a song of thanksgiving entitled Lord, I Just Want to Thank You' Brother Dexter Phillips treat e d the congre gation to a solo of worship. The Invitation to Discipleship was extended by Elder Phillips and a special prayer at the altar for the Brethren of the Lake Alfred COGBF. In his Final Remarks, Elder Fogle thanked e v eryone for sharing in this occasion Among the attend ing guests from the T a mpa WestCoast District were: Mother Ollie Mae Smart, Mary McElrich, Florence Davidson, Courtney Phillips, Albert Phillips, First Lady Regina Phillips, Mark and Albedean Na.sh, Evangelist Juanita Jones, Deacon AI a nd Pat Smith and f a m ily and Brother Monroe Jackson Special Happy Birthday I Anniversary! Shaw-NujTalk extends wishes for a HAPPY BIRTH DAY to Elder Neal T. Phillips (Nov. ;3oth), Pastor of Victory Temple Church of God b y Faith in Lakeland, Florida And ... Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to Elder Phillips and his lovely wife, R: Regina Phillips (Nov. 39th), as they celel?r ate a "noth'er: y e .ar Of Holy_ Matrimony together! Much lo v e to the both 9 f you May God to bless you Elder Phillips, with many, birthdays ... and .may the two of you share many, many, more wedding anniversaries together! BAMS Students Celebrate 14th 6irthdays .. October and November have been busy birthday --months for BAMS (Berkley Acceierated Middle S c hool) students. On Saf., October 10th, Dalton celebrated his 1 4 th birthday with a birthday b as h at his Dad's h o m e in H aines City. Dalton a n d hi s g u es t s e njoyed pi zza, beverages and fun o n th e Moo n wa lk and Wa t e r slide. On Fri., O ctobe r 23 rd Kaleigh's fri ends and famil y were treated to a n evening of white g l owing under the blackl ight a t Grandma's Hous e in Lakeland. Kaliegh and her guests enjoyed lots of food, fun and fantastic contests, including a dance contest! Prizes were given to winning contestants. On Sat., Nov. 14th, Madi invit e d her friends to get out their love beads and bellbottoms for a 'groove thang' cel ebration hosted b y her parents. Peace signs flow ers, games, food and fun were on the menu. A prize for the 'hippest' outfit was given. Blacklights, love beads, bell-bottoms, peace signs ... hmmmm ... sounds like this generation is taking a walk through the 70's experience and enjoying it!!!! ( .... and they think their parents are old-fashioned!!!?). Belated Happy Anniversary Wishes Belated Happy Anni ve r sa ry wis h es a r e e xtend e d to Earl and Sharon Haynes of T ampa, wh o c e l ebra t e d an other year of m a rit a l bliss on Nov. 21st! Ma y the Lor d continue to bless this union with many, many more years Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This we e k s .Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out is dedicated to all the Honor Roll students of Polk County's elementary middle and high school_ s Stay focused and keep up the great work! Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nq[Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrp.ti0ps, special events, birthday s, anniv.ersaries, weddings family reunions1 ci v ic groups, social clubs, religious organization s, and community news etc. with the readership of The Florida Sentinf!l Bulletin by sending an e.-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. SentlneiBulletin N lakewood Spartans Win Big In Final Season Game The Lakewood Spartans footba ll t eam won the i r final gam e of t h e season o n N ov. 13th b y d efeating the N ortheast H ig h School V ikings 3 9-7 On Nov. 6th, the Spartans cl a im e d their spo t in the offs with a 26 15 victory over Spoto High School and w1ll face Pasco High School in the first playoff game on Nov. 20th. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf). is Albert Phillips, Spartans Linebacker I Tight end. Lakewood High School Varsity Cheerleaders smiles about the Spartans 39-7 victory over the Northeast VIkings. I Keys Made ( M Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... gal. 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For \'our Information t his present time. Whenever I do trainings on vision I meet people that have difficulty Prior Proper Planning developing their v ision. I try to stimulate their development by asking these questions, that I want you to ask your self. What is it that you want? (Part 4) Helen Keller: "It is a terrible thing to see and have no vision." Today, prepare for me to empower you, to empower yourself, and empower others to catch a vision. This week as we move on to success strategy number two, I encourage you to dev elop a vision for your life that lines up with your purpose Why? Efecause ... Your vision is your beacon of light when your life seems foggy. Your vision will give you hope in the midst of Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to realitybased subjects! Dear Deanna! My daughter has a two-year old son and they both live wit me. I have rules as far as anyone eating in certain areas, cleaning up and pur. chasing their own toiletries She allows my grandson to run wild all over the place, there are juice stains and fin gerprints everywhere andmy carpet is n,tined. Then to make matters ...vorse ; she uses my detergent and dean-despair While others become depressed by what they see, your vision will lift you up Your vision will give you strength and courage to persevere, in spite of what you've been through, what you're going through and what you're going to go through Your vision will be a motivating factor to drive you toward success What is vision? Vision is a mental image of a thing by use of your imagination. In other words, your vision is how you see your future in ing supplies I work full-time and I am stressed because they're ruining my place. How do I handle this? Stressed Grandma Glen Burney, MD Dear Grandma: Your grandson and your daughter both need discipline. You have to realize the tod dler is going to be a handful and he'll be into everything on a basis. This is no excusebecause your cjaugh ter shouid be teaching him a How do you see the wants of your future becoming a reali ty? What is it that you are will ing to give to get what you want? The answers to these simple but perplexed ques tions Will .help shape the vision for your life. I close this week with a quote I read once in an email, that clearly summarizes vision and its importance to prior proper planning "First you visualize, then you material. ize." Unti l next week, be empowered to see it, before you see it so that you can see it. few things. He's at a curious stage but he can use a few taps on those little hands when they wander Put your foot down to your daughter that she needs to take care of her child and .stop being a freeloader or she's out and keep it moving. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1 @-yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, <:;A 90211. Website: www.ask..:dean-na.com What's in the MPO's Transportation Plan for me? ----.,::; ;r---- ---r. .. J"" \ '1-. --avs -..,.. .. l",jr-;: j: -, t Choces .. I 4 J 4 I I I I I I l I t I 0 -,-;.:r '--j :--:' ... 1 .. L' t . ; : u J! .. !! i: u,;. ....-i s "\ r f, .,.,_. .'; ------. -------', JaR&u_ ..,c--... u ... ... !' (:r . '{l .. . . __ .) November 25. 2009 The 2035 Plan is a blueprint for how we want to invest in . ..:: \ ... our futura. The vision for the future includes improvements .-;,/ :.f.,. .::J in all types of transportation, from walking and biking, to driving and riding on :;<"' L_. _ : The Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is currently soliciting public comment and will hold a Public Hearing to adopt the 2035 Transportation Plan Wednesday, December gth 2009 at 6 :00p.m. in the County Center Building 601 East Kennedy Boulevard, BOCC Chambers, 2"d Floor, Downtown Tampa Please plan to attend. Public comment on the plan i s encouraged. The Public Hearing will be broadcast and webcast live by HTV. If you can not attend, a special call-in number will be broadcast for comments during the Public Hearing. More information about the draft 2035 Plan is available at www.mpo2035.org Watch a video. View the plan. Tak e a survey & more' Planning Commission Library, County Center Building ,._. t h \ A 601 E Kennedy, 18 floor Downtown Tampa .. Lynn Merenda, 813-273-377 4 e x t 342 f.,/f:j \ {-\. ) Record your comments toll-free anytime: 1-888-777-5730 l ....._ Persi>n s i n need of special accommodation s under the American s with Disabilities Act or who interpreter services (free of c harge) should contact Michele Ogilvie. 8131273-3774 ext. 317 o r ogilviem@plancom.org. at least 3 business days i n advance o r the 12/9/09 Public Hearing. I n accordance with Trtle VI of the Civil Rights Act o f 1964 and other nondiscromination laws. public participation is solicited wrthout regard to race, color. national origin. age. sex. religion. disability or fami l y statu s The $8,000.00 Tax Credit Has Been Extended ::0 c z 0 < m m m :xl N 1\) 0 The $8,000 tax cred i t extension is an extension of the first-time homebuyer's tax cred it. Originally, the $8,000 tax credit was set to expire November 30, 2009. The new extension date is to set to expire April 30, 2010. The $8,000 refundable tax credit is an easy way for homebuy ers to score additional $8,000 cash money when they file their 20o9 income taxes Those who purchased homes before they filed their 2008 income tax return were able to receive their tax credit with their 2008 tax return. If y Credit Costs! en it's the real interest rate the m No one needs debt when sound financial advice agrees that, we all should aim to save. about 10-15% of our income in our twenties and early thirties. If you began saving in your thirties or for ties your savings goal should be around 20-25% of income z lender has charged and you ::::! have paid z Most Americans are going to use credit cards at some m Waiting at least twenty-four hours after you first see an item before purchasing it, is a great way to curb spending . point; however we have to use them to go into debt Here's how : 1. Use a debit card with a credit card logo rather than a charge card 2. Begin with a bud:. get/spending plan c r rm ::::! z ., c m r-The Cost of credit card debt (12-21 %) normally outweighs the benefit of using them in them in the first place. Knowing the APR helps yolj to avoid the deception Qf. easy payments"; the ... percentage rate shows whafit costs to rent (borrow)money-Cii m 0 3. Always pay the full ance .at the end o f the m month iii Many people raise the.ir Jifestyles through debt, orilit o discover that the burden of debt theri 6ontrols .their lifestyle! For encouragement 2 Kings 4;1-t. :xl -< -f c m en 0 )> c NEW HOMES!!! Locations Available Visit Our Model Today At: 3705 Hillcrest Circle ..-arol11tSJJIG5 ;: CALL NOW!!! { 813}218 e: www.amhousmg.com :xl c ...... (J1 I m

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0) 0 0 N ....... N 0::: w [JJ :! w > 0 z >-"' <( c 02 LL c 0::: IL. c z <( c C/) w ::J 1-w > w c w :I: C/) :J m ::J c. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w C/) <( c 02 0 ...J LL m I CD .... w (!) INVITATION TO BID Sub bids requested from W/MBE Subcontractors and/or suppliers. Hillsborough County School Board 2009 Water & Wastewater Improvements Six Various Schools Bid Date: December 9, 2009 Sub bids due no later than December 2, 2009 Trades/Services Requested: Concrete, Fencing, Electrical, Audio/Video, Surveying and Landscaping. Kimmins Contracting Corp. 1501 2nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 Contact Person: John Blankenship Email Address: jblankenship@kimmins.com Equal Opportunity Employer NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD 'I.'. IN RE: The Practice Of Contracting Michael Lee McWaters 4260 13th Way N.E. St. Petersburg, FL 33772 2481 McMullen Booth Road, Suite J Clearwater, FL 33759 CASE NO.: 2008-050324 LICENSE NO.: CR 1326960 The Department of Business and Professional Regulation has filed an Administrative Complaint against you, a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, Sarah Wachman Agency Clerk, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe Street; Suite 33, Tallahassee, FL 32399-2203, (850) 921-0342. If no contact has been made by you concerning the above by JANUARY 8. 2010 the matter of the Administrative Complaint will be presented at a hearing pursuant to 120 57(2), F.S before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board. In with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency sending notice not later than seven days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice. Telephone: (850) 257-6097; 1-800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that VERONA V LLC #2773 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to ge issued thereon. The certificate number and Year of Issuance:, the description of the property, and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 057481.0308 Certificate No.: 139149.07 File No.: 2009-478HX Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property : CAVAZOS SURVEY FOR A MINOR SUBDIVISION LOT 4 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: SB01/66 SEC-TWP-RGE : 16-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : GABRIEL CAVAZOS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 17th day of December, 2009, at 10: 00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 22111 day of November 2009 PAT FRANK Clerk of Circuit Court of Hillsborough County, Florida Signature by: ROBERT E MORRIS Deputy Clerk If you re a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provi sion of certain assistance. Please con tact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. .. INVITATION TO BID SMALL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE SOLICITATION This is a Small Business Enterprise Solicitation under Executive Order 2002-48 for the City of Tampa. For information on becoming certified as a Small Business Enterprise firm, please call the Minority and Women Business Enterprise Office at 813-274-5522. Sealed Bids from City of Tampa Certified Small Business Enterprises for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until 2:30PM ON 12115/09 BRICK STREET REPAIR SERVICES PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD AT 9:30AM ON 1213/09 AT THE CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND FL., TAMPA, FL 2:30PM ON 12116/09 WASTEWATER GRIT AND JET-VAC DEBRIS REMOVAL AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWTPLANT .. PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD ,. AT 1:00PM ON 1213/09 AT THE HFC WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT ADMIN. TRAINING RM, 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD., TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated: 11/27/09 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 TAMPA BAY WATER SR. APPLICATIONS DEVELOPER TAMPA BAY WATER has an immediate opening for a Senior Applications Developer. Position is responsible for providing technical and analytical expertise in all assigned areas of information management. Salary commensurate with experience. For complete job description and employment application visit our website at www.tampaflqlwafter.org. No telephone calls please. Applicatias aa:epled un\'1 pDDSition filled. Mail applications to Tampa Bay Water-(Attn: HR) 2575, Enterprise Rd, Clearwater, FL or fax to (727) 791-2339. We hire only U S citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. EOE. V .P. Resumes without completed applications will not be considered. 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: 3:00PM ON 12nt09 FORD EXPEDITION SSV, SPEC. NO. 12-10 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 : 11/27/09 Gregory K. Speannan, CPPO Director of Purchasing City ofTampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 Wanted Hospitality Persons To Work In All Positions Flexible Schedules Must Have Transportation Call (813) 732-5459 Health Programs Laboratory Assistant (Full-time I Grant funded) New Port Richey campus Required: AS degree in wrrent unreslriaoo Florida RN l i(eflle; 1\W of re(ent d inirnl experien(e 01 on RN; computer l iterate ond obilily lo learn IT soii\Wre; sotilfoaory oiminol history (he(k; must be oble to work o llexible sdledule. Degrees must be hom 0 omooited institution. Preferred: BSN. Starting so lory 5 $38,117 I $1,466.04 biweekly. TOO opplicotion review pro(ess con be initiotoo with copies of tronl(ripls; however, opplimnll must submit ollidoltronsoipll in order to be coll5idered lor inter1iew. THE COUEGE IS CLOSED NOV. 26 AND NOV. 27 FOR THANKSGIVlNG. Send or fox. by 12/4109, lener of interest, runent resume, PHCC appliartim, aHidol tronsoipll and appropriate doonnertation to: NUlling Oi'lilion Job code: Hoolth Programs Lob Assislllnt Pasco-Hernando Community College 10230 Ridge Rood, Room M-256 New Port Richey, Fl34654-5199 P: 727-816-3282-F: 727-816-3309 Web: WVNI.phctoou -liable at: WVNI.phctooiiJObs IWHIIAIS FOR TillS POSmON MUST BE POSTMARKED OR FAXIO HO lATER THAN DECEMBER 4 -EOF/ADA Complion(e Follow Us On Twitter.com/FLSENT

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\ I Hillsborough County Public Comment Requested For Annual Report on County's Use of Federal Community Development Funds Hillsborough County is completing the Consolidated Annual Perfom1ance and Evaluation Report (CAPER), detailing the use of grant progran1 funds received from the United States Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) The funding includes the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) HOME Inv e stments Partnership (HOME) American Dream Downpayment Initiatives (ADD!) and the Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG) Programs. The CAPER documents the status of each grant progran1 funded projects and activities as approved by the Hillsbor ough County Board of County Commissioners Projects and activities include public infrastructure, public services affordable housing and other community development activities during the time period of October I, 2008 through September 30, 2009 The draft CAPER will be available beginning November 30 for the public review and comment period The Hills borough County Board of County Commi s sioners will hold a public hearing at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, December 16, in the County Center, 2nd Floor Boardroom 60 I E. Kennedy Blvd., downtown Tampa. The draft report can be viewed at: Affordable Housing Department, 1208 Tech Boulevard Ste 300, Tampa 78th Street Community Library 7625 Palm River Road Tampa Jimmy B Keel Library 2902 West Bearss Avenue Tampa Ruskin Library, I Dickman Drive SE Ruskin Bruton Memorial Library 302 McLendon Street Plant City University Area Community Center 14013 22nd Street. Tampa Questions can be directed to Maureen Calderaro at the Af fordable Housing Department at (813) 274-6657 or via email at calderarom @ hillsboroughcounty.org HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BOGIULoj ecuu4 Fantasy Dolls Club Dancers Wanted 4948 North 56th Street Call (813) 621-1210 Ask For Carissma 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 Sale Phone Representative Needed Call Mr. Evans (813) 621-5122 Or (813) 325-6345 Please Leave Clear Message And Email Address For Information Jobs 4 USA/Felons Services Looking 4 Work & Can't Find Any? 1 ,DOD's Of Money Making Jobs Available Ages 16 -65-Start Today No Experience Felons Welcome West Tampa Library 11:00 A.M. November 30th (813) 965-7991 FOR ALL YOUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING NEEDS CALL LaVORA @ (813) 248-1921 Email ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax 24/7 (813) 248-9218 Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO COM If You Have Internet 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 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ACCOUNTANT I $35,838 AUTOPSY TECHNICIAN $31,512 BUSINESS ANALYST I (AIMS) $35,838 DETENTION DEPUTY TRAINEE $35,838 HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START TEACHER ASSISTANT $24,752 PLANT MANAGER (WATER) $46,238 PLANT OPERATOR TRAINEE $27,976 PLANT SUPERVISOR $38,376 PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN $46,238 RECLAIMED/POTABLE WATER DISTRIBUTION SPECIALIST I SENIOR HOUSING COUNSELOR $23,441 $40,768 ;See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at : 601 E Kennedy Boulevard 17th Floor, Tampa, FL Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AA/EEO Employer SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ADVERTISERS 3/2 Recently Remodeled Home Stainless Steel Appliances For Only $69,900 00 Seller Will Assist With Closing Cost Call V & V Now (813) 259-4663 www myfinancialconnections com 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 USF Area 1923 Oxnard Ct Spacious 2 Bedroom Town home $750 00/Monthly $500. DO/Deposit Water Included Section 8 $0 Deposit Sign On Bonus-$200 00 813-220-3633 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 HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199 00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom Only $215. DO/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years @8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext 5490 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 Westchester Condominiums 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Available Now Section 8 OK Gated, Pool WDH, Screened Patio Tiled Floors Call (813) 960-8490 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 GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (813) 248-1921 For Special Rate Information Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Or Fax (813) 248-9218 ., 0 }< z 0 < m i: m m :::0 N w ....... N 0 0 CD ., r 0 en m z :::! z m r I m c: r r m :::! z ., c: m r (ii ::J: m c m < m -1 c: m en c ?< > z 0 ., c ?< (j) m -....... I m

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Call Today For More Information 813-740-0384 Sulphur Spring Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath NC, W/D Hook-Up 8207 North Marks Street $700 00/Monthly Call 610-4518 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Homes 40th Street & Busch Blvd. 50TH Street & MLK Blvd. Working Adults Preferred CHA, WDH Call Owner (813) 679-5482 Progress Village 7901 Dahlia 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Central HeaUAir WDH Fenced Yard $850 00/Month $700 00/Secu rity Call (813) 610-8062 Near Jefferson High School 3/2 Screened Patio Cable Ready CHA, WDH And More $985 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 879-5959 Sulphur Springs 2/1 Home Remodeled New Everything Washer/Dryer Included Very Nice $750 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Section 8 Preferred (813) 690-3320 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Newly Renovated Home Highland Pines Area Section 8 Ready 1 Year Free Cable Or A Flat Screen TV! 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Sanchez Street (Off 21st Avenue) $995 DO/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 Front Porch Microwave Dishwasher, Mini Blinds W/D Hook-Up $975.00/Monthly $350. DO/Deposit 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 DO/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 $850 00/Deposit Negotiable Contact Jonda (813) 239-0600 Or (727) 320-7310 Section 8 3/1 -Brick Home Immaculate Condition Recently Remodeled CHA, WDH, Carport Utility Room Laminate Flooring Fenced Backyard (813) 966-6322 Or (813) 837-3090 Sentinel Bulletin AVAILABLE AT THESE LOCATIONS : : :: : Shell Gas (Bruce B Downs Blvd./Skipper Rd.) Sweet Bay (Bruce B. Downs Blvd./Highland Pkwy. ::::: : :: ::::Q)(:Qtijg : ::: :,,'::: (Brandon. Seffner. Riverview & Valrico) 5909 U S Highway 301 S (R) 625 W M.L.K. Jr. Blvd. (T) 2502 W. Hillsborough Ave. (T) 5502 E. Fowler Ave. (T) 4001 E. Busch Blvd. m 2911 E Fowler Ave. (T) 715 Brandon Blvd. (8) 715 W M .L.K. Jr. Blvd. (S) 2725 N MacDill Ave. (T) 611 S Howard Ave. (T) :::tWB:l::t.Mi.:$iPiNMJ.Htf.mt::: !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 :::'''}':: ,, (Tampa, Brandon & Seffner) 11720 Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd. ( S) 949 E Bloomingdale Ave. (8) 2701 E Fletcher Ave. (T) 11110 Causeway Blvd. (8) 12808 E. Brandon Blvd. (8) 1601 W. Kennedy Blvd. (T) 8885 N Florida Ave. (T) Coin Box Locations HARTLine T er:rninal (University Area) -Livingston Ave. HARTLine Terminal. (East Lake Area)-561h Street Orient Jail, Orient Road Falkenburg Jail, Faulkenburg Rd . 24 Hour Laundromat,. 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3841 E. Osborne Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Bath $950 00/Monthly $800 DO/Deposit No Section 8 Call (813) 210-5102 Sulphur Spring Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Central A/C 8004 N. 11th Street $500 00/Monthly Call 610-4518 House For Rent 3 Bedrooms/ 2 Baths New Paint, New Carpet New Appliances Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 404-8622 Or (813) 965-3637 Clair Mel 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths CHA, Garage Laundry Room With WDH $1 300 00/Monthly Security Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome (727) 403-6267 Sulphur Springs 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Central Heat & Air Fenced $900 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 Highland Pines Area 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Home CHA, WDH Fenced Yard $1 1 00. 00/Month ly $750 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 833-6394 1708 East ldell Street 4/2 4803 South 88th Street 3/1 1317 Warrington Way 3/1 Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 Several Homes Available For Rent 2 -5 Bedrooms Starting At $595 00/Monthly Investors Choice Realty 727-580-9184 4405 North 17th Street 1 Bedroom/1 Bath House With Den Large Fenced Yard $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 505-7266 2103 East Ellicott 1 Bedroom/1 Bath House With Den Large Fenced Yard $625 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 505-7266 Ybor City 3 Bedroom Homes First Month Free As Low As A $500.00 Deposit Section 8 Welcomed! Call V & V Now (813) 2594663 www myfinancialconnect i ons com WestTampa 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Remodeled, Tile Floors Throughout Must See! Available Now Section 8 Welcome $925. DO/Monthly (813) 610-8256 Section 8 Accepted 4207 S . Sandalwood Cir. 3/1 -CBS home 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 Super Nice Sulphur Springs Pool Home 4/2 For Rent Or Rent To Own Section 8 Welcome $1, 400 00/Monthly Call (813) 220-8658 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 Progress Village 5203 86th Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Air, Carpet, WDH Section 8 Welcome $850 00/Monthly $850 00/Deposit (813) 677-9449 (813) 943-6804 Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $625 00/Monthly WDH, A/C New Tile/Carpet Security On Site Call (813) 298-2499 2 Months Free Rent Temple Terrace Large 2 Bedroom Apartment Newly Renovated, CHA On Site Laundry Quiet, Fam ily Oriented $625. DO/Monthly (813) 598-6337 THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN THE VOICE OF OUR_ COMMUNITY FOR OVER 64 YEARS :::0 APTS.FOR 43:1-1 "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! Open Saturday 10:00 a.m.-2:00p.m. TAKING APPLICATIONS ONLY! 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 Telephone (813) 229-1845 Telecommunications Relay Inc. TTY 1-800-955-8771 Voice 1-800-955-8770 Spanish 1-877-955-8773 1 Bedroom Apartment Very Nice Water And Trash Included Security Bars Low Deposit $550 00/Monthly 404 Amelia Avenue Call (813) 391-7046 Grant Park Apartment For Rent 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat And Air Only $675 00/Monthly $400 DO/Deposit Section 8 Welcome (813) 310-9660 Busch Gardens Temple Terrace Area Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Newly Remodeled $575 00$620 00/Monthly +Deposit Includes Water Section 8 Welcome 510-366-4600 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 Ybor Apartment 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $550 00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Conveniently Located 1 Bedroom Also Available (813) 318-1523 (201) 819-5265 PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition ---Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition ---Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 ;;-1-20 WORDS AND 50 ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 J.HIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOU PUBLISH YOUR AD I z 0 < m 3: OJ m :::0 N ....., N 0 0 (D r-0 :::0 c )> en m z :::! z m r-1 OJ c r rm :::! z "''J c OJ !:: en :I: m c m < m -4 c m en c > z c :::0 c 'G') m ...a. (D I OJ

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::0 Columbus & 29th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath NC And Blinds 2605 N.29th Street $500 00/Monthly Call 610-4518 West Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex CHA, Utility Room, WDH, $725 00 Monthly $350.00.Deposit 2102 Street (813) 223-5214 Hyde Park North Cute 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Apartment Quiet Neighborhood Central NC $670 .00 307 North Freemont Ave. Call (813) 966-3926 DUPLEX E. 138th Ave. 3/1, CHA, W/D Hook-up $675.00/Month $300/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Ron (813) 920-1085 (813) 690-6664 Tampa Heights New4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice $1 ,050.00/Rent Section 8 Accepted (813) 477-7734 Section 8 Rental 2 Bedroom Duplex Washer/Dryer And Water Included 1 Bedroom Voucher Accepted $650.00/Monthly Call 813-956-5607 Nice 2/1 Duplex Quiet Area, 5 Minutes South Of University Mall Near Major Roads Rent $550.00 Deposit$300.00 Tenant Pays Water & Lights, No Pets Section 8 Welcome (813) 843-2085 2619 E. Genessee Street Unit #B 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath, Clean Large Backyard Quiet Neighborhood $600.00/Monthly $600. 00/Secu rity WSG Included Take MLK To 26th, (Turn Away From Library), Take 26th To Genessee Call (813) 249-9958 Rooms For Rent Single Individuals Preferred $125.00/Weekly Call (813) 784-0508 For More Information Clean Rooms In Ybor City Includes All Utilities And Cable From $120 00/Weekly Or $475 00/Monthly $1 00 DO/Deposit 813-245-1998 West Tampa South Of 1-275 Near Armenia Furnished $100 .00-$125 00/Weekly Includes All Utilities Cable & Personal Fridge Call (813) 545-8074 PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edi tion Friday @ 3:00 P.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 East Tampa Area Rooms For Rent Clean And Drug Free Please Call (813) 597-5221 Seffner Area Country Setting $100 .00 Move In $1 00. DO/Weekly Ms. Jackson (813) 829-5353 Or (813) 300-6667 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Room For Rent $110 00-$140.00 Per Week Deposit/Security + 1 Week Rent Call (813) 247-4724 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$100.00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 477-7734 Big Rooms For Rent Various Locations $1 00. DO/Weekly Includes Cable TV No Deposit Call (813) 325-6499 Large Rooms For Rent West Tampa Area Must Have Reliable Source Of Income Utilities Included $100 00/Weekly call (813) 850-4491 Ideal For Fixed Income Person Cable TV, NC $150. DO/Weekly Utilities Included $1 00. DO/Deposit Efficiency Also Available $165 00/Weekly Call (813) 495-9757 East Osborne Ave. Area Ideal For Fixed Income Furnished, Clean, Private Utilities, NC, WID Call (813) 458-0345 Room For Rent HiiJsboroiJgh & Himes AJ_C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $85.00 Deposit $110.00 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Sulphur Springs Area Room For Rent Close To Transportation $400 00/Monthly Plus Security Includes Utilities/Cable Available Immediately Call (813) 842-7902 Furnished Rooms $150 00/Monthly $11 0. DO/Weekly $25.00/Daily NC, 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 D -owntown For Any Size Room $75. DO/Weekly Or $300 .00/1 st Month Limited Time Special 4 Weeks Only Single, Dn: g Free Must Be Employed (813) 293-1090 Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494-'3343 Efficiency And Furnished Rooms For Rent Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Call (813) 965-5931 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 NC, Cable, Phone Queen Beds, Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $85 00 Deposit $100 00 And Up Weekly 813 598 4262 Clair Mel Area Room For Rent Private Bathroom Shared Kitchen And Living Room $120 .00-$170 00 Deposit Varies Call (813) 545-9139 Near Down'towo/Busline Busch/Nebraska Cleari, 'Quiet Large, Fur.nish.ed washtir/Dryer, CHA cable, Pho'ne Musl:HaV,e)o b And Drug Free (813) 493-2401 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT CONTACT LAVORA -..' I @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT c }< z 0 < m i: tD m ::0 N ..... N 0 0 (0 r-0 c > en m z ::::! z m r-1 tD c: r rm ::::! z "'C c: tD r-c;; :::J: m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c ::0 c G) m N I tD

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