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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tanzpa Bay Area -----.._ __ SEE STORY ON PAGE 3 . ONE COMMUNITY UNITED TO FIGHT DIABETES The Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority took the lead in bringing together area organizations to fight diabetes. Joining the Deltas were Nova Nord isk, D. E. L. T. A., Inc., Omega Psi Phi and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternities. There was a free community event to talk about diabetes at Allen Temple A. M. E. Church on November 19th. The theme of the event was "Each One, Reach One: One Community United To Fight Diabetes. The group had as their special guest Dr. James Gavin, Clinical Professor of Medicine at Emory University, Atlanta, and Clinical Professor of Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Gavin, center, is joined by Mark Dump, Ralph More, Tony Woods, Mike Dorn, Rod lfiu, Tony Mann, Dr. Robert Nixon Terence Hood Kevin Woods John Anthony Dubriel and Steven Rolle. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre) Seven lew Pastors Join Local District SEE PAGE 6 Teen Arrested For Student's Murder SEE PAGE 2 'Music' Concert Set For Saturday SEE PAGES DAACO Provides .. _----:--.... .. -(/) Outreach Services SEE PAGE 2

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0) g Features N -,.. a: w lXI w u w c c (J) w 1-c a: LL c z <( c (J) w -I-w > w c w ::r::: (J) ::i lXI a. z w ..J ..J lXI I ..J w z z w (J) <( c a: 0 ..J u. Suspect In Murder Of High School Student Arrested BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday, Tampa Police detectives arrested a 17-year old in connection with the murder of another teenager. The murder of Middleton High School senior, Qregory Allen, Jr., that took place on November uth. According to police, was charged with second-degree murder with a firearm and a juvenile in possession of a firearm Several witnesses iden tified Garibaldi as the person who allegedly shot Allen, 18, twice. Garibaldi was taken into custody at his home and transported to the Juvenile Assessment Center. Police stat ed that Garibaldi was uncooperative and hired a lawyer. Police don't anticipate any additional arrests. According to police, shortly after 5:30 p.m., November uth, Allen was at Desoto Park when an altercation concerning GREGORY ALLEN, JR. ... killed on Veteran's Day the theft of a bicycle took place The fight drew a large crowd in the park. Allen left the park and was in front of a vacant building at 201 N. 26th Street, when he encountered two Hispanic males walking a white pit bull puppy, police said. One of the suspects shot Allen twice in the chest and both fled the scene on foot. When police arrived, Allen was found on the ground in front of a vacant building. Allen was conscious and ALEXANDRO GARIBALDI ... charged with second-degree murder with a firearm was able to provide police with a description of the suspects. He was transported to T ampa General Hospital, where he later died Allen had planned to become a Marine after gr a duation, his mother, Mrs. Darvi Pace said. The second of four sons born to Mrs. Pace, she described her son as loving and said he liked to play football and spend time with his family. U.S. Representative Kathy Castor Invites You to Her Small Business --. ,, -,';,.,. Opportunities to Create .:.: :'More lobs for the Tampa Bay Area ......... . . .... Friday, December 4 at 10:00 am 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, Fl 33602 come learn "hc:iw sman, minority:--owned businesses and other businesses can compete for federal contracts. Meet with representatives from the US GSA Office of Small Business Utilization, the university of South Florida Small Business Center, the Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency, and complete the necessary steps to begin bidding. To RSVP and to get required prerequisite information, please go to Yliww.castor.house.gov/smallbusiness www .castor.house.gov DACCO Provides Extensive Outreach Services BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Among the many programs and s e rvices DACCO provides there is one th a t focuses exclu sively on African Americans; especially teenagers and the elderly. The Community Promise Program is entering its fourth year and Outreach Specialist, Sonja White, said the program is going well and they're grateful that they ve been able to retain their funding and even add some positions Rebecca Rosado and Shirley Bejanano, along with White, work exclusively in the community providing outreach services, such as prevention education, abstinence, counsel ing services, and one-on-one services like handing out conThey 've also managed to get African American churches involved The Community Promise Program is an intervention pro gram. The outreach specialists share stories about different sit uations and problems they face everyday "Because we have a vast resource of volunteers who live in the 'communities we serve, they can go into places we might not be as welcomed," said White. "By sharing the stories and information we've gathered, we h o p e th a t th e people w e cont ac t will s h a r e th e ir s t ories w ith us. With that information, the h ea ling pro ce s s c a n com e a lot f as te r a nd the h e lp each p e r so n needs c a n b e prov id e d e xclu s ively White said they are also open to speak at any community event about the services they provide, and will go wher. evei they are needed,. "We've lowered our eligibility for services 18 to 16 because the r e is such a desper' ate need to teach teens safe sex and the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases. I really wish we could go even lower "No teenager needs to be a parent when they haven' t grown up themselves." The Brite Program For The Elderly does a small survey to see where they fit in categories of substance abuse, alcoholism, and other problems. The assessment determines exactly what they need and if counseling is necessary. The Brite Program can also provide cloth ing, shelter, and other services You can contact Sonja White at (813) 210-0513; Rebecca Rosado at (813) 277-4587, or Shirley Bejanano at (813) 277-4562 The Community Promise Program also now has a food bank and rapid HIV/AIDS test ing. Did You Know That. .... Medicaid Provides Coverage For Denture Patients, lncl Annual Relining & Surgery In n For Your D.entures? Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! (813) 623-1014

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c: m en c Features Accident Claims life Of Tampa Mother BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A tra ffic accident on Thank sgiving night around 8 p m ., c l aimed the life of a Tampa mother. Mrs. Betty Jean Tolbert would have celebrated her 50th birthday on December 3th. According to police, Ms. was driv_ing in a 2o h 3 haveling eastbound on E. Ellicott. She was struck by a 1994 Infinity J30. wh,t;n she entered the intersectiOn of N 34th Street and E Ellicott She died at the scene. Ms. Tolbert was around the corner from her aunt's home when the accident occurred. The infinity was occupied by James A. Canadiate, Ms. Kechia Fulks, who is pregnant, and 3-year-old Elijah Canadiate. Ms. Fulks and the child were taken to St. Joseph' s Hospital in stable condition. Police stated signs of alco hol impairment were alleged ly detected on Canadiate, 29, and that a DUI blood test was taken. However, results from that test could take 2 to 3 weeks. Additionally, the speed the Infinity was reportedly travel ing appears to have also con-r tributed to the accident. The MS.BETIY JEAN TOLBERT 12/08/59 --11/26/09 investigation is ongoing and charges are pending further investigation, police said. Ms. Tolbert, the mother of one son, FeShawn, relocated to Newark New Jersey with her family as a child. She graduated from Malcolm X Shabazz High School in that city. Her sister, Ms. Diane Tolbert Sanders said that after graduation, Ms. Tolbert obtained employment with the State of New York and worked there for 15 years. She briefly to Wilmington, North Carolina, before returning home 7 years ago. Ms. Tolbert was employed in the Transportation. Department JAMES A. CANADIATE ... driver oflnfinity J30 involved in fatal accident at the Tampa Academy at the time of her death. She had just left the home of her aunt when the accident occurred. Her son stated that his mother was a safe driver and had been transporting chil dren for the past 7 years. A member of a very close family, Ms. Tolbert enjoyed spending quality time with them. She also enjoyed bowl ing and shopping. She is survived by her moth er, Mrs. Rebecca Pollard, her father, Elroy (Charlie Mae) Tolbert, her son, 4 sisters, 1 brother, and numerous other family .. rnembers and friends ... Funeral services for Ms. Tolbert were incomplete ar ;of press time. . First Black Tampa Police Captain Dies -. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, November 24th, retired Tampa Police Captain Elijah 'Dixon, Jr., died in Little Rock, Arkansas. Captain Dixon was 76 years old. Captain Dixon joined the Tampa Police Department on July 3 1959, as a sworn offi cer He worked in the capacity of patrolman for severa. ,ears before he was promot!. '.to detective in February 19 . I{e''coiitinued to se . ... In that capacity until h e ar transferred to the Comm:. :Rity Resoii rces Project a s ,. a Corporal. His next status change came about on July 7 1968, when he was promoted to Sergeant. Mr. Dixon made history with the department on March 12, 1972, when he became the first African American to be promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Mr. Dixon once again made his tory in the department when he became the first African American promoted to the r a nk of Captain. Captain Dixon remained with the department for an additional two years before he retired in July 1979 after 20 CAPTAIN ELIJAH DIXON JR . . fi'(st Captain at the Tampa Police Department Ye ais., ; e "rvicre: SJ."P.t ') A riative of Munson, Florida, Captain Dixon attended schools In Pensacola. He then served in the U. S. Army and later in the Army Reserve. Captain Dixon is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bessie Dixon, of Little Rock, Arkansas, and 5 adult children, other family members and friends. Curtis Lane, retired Colonel with the Tampa Police Department said, I remember Captain Dixon as a Sergeant on the department. When I joined there weren' t that many Blacks I remember when he was promoted to Lieutenant and that made headlines. "He was highly respected within the department and operated by the rules and reg ulations. He treated everyone the same. He was serious about his job and conducted himself as such. But I think the thing that sto.od out most about Captain Dixon was his intellect and gentle nature. He always scored within the top 5% when taking exams . I do believe that had he not decided to retired, Captain Dixon would have made history again as ftr' ddHack M ajor at the -Tamp' a Police Department," Lane said. He further stated that Captain Dixon was a pioneer and that he was the inspiration for him. He was my Inspiration It was his incentive and encouragement that made me ':"ant to excel. He was my silent mentor and never knew it. Funeral services for Captain Dixon will be held on Friday, December 4th, at Brown s Memorial Church Of God In Christ, at 11 a.m. Woody s Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. Popular Bus Driver Dies After Lengthv Illness c m (") m tD m ::c BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular bus driver died after a lengthy illness. Mr. Frank Cody lost his battle with cancer on Tuesday. He war 54 years old Mr. Cody was the 2nd of 9 children born to tpe late Mrs. Julia L. Wright Clayton. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. While a student at King High School, Mr. Cody was a member of the marching band playing both the trumpet and tuba. After graduating in 1973, he entered the workforce. Raised in East Tampa, Mr. Cody worked at the Penny Saver Grocery Store and later at Morrison's Cafeteria. Mr. Cody became an employee of the Hillsborough Area Region a l Transportation line more than 28 years ago. He joine. d his uncle, the late Ernest Moody, as. a HARTline employee, he served in several capacities inclt!ding that of bus anp s upervisor. He also became one of the first African Americans to oper a 'te. the trollY. cars i:'hat drive Ybor City, and Channelside. His sister, Mrs. Shirley Floyd said her brother loved spe_ndin,g 'time with his family. MR. . ... Died after lengthy 'i\lness-He als o competing in bus rodeos, where he has won trophies, plaques, and certifi cates. N 0 0 <0 Mr. Cody began his walk with Christ at Greater Morning Star M .B. Church, as a child He later joined Mount Olive M B Church, where he was an active member. Mr. cody was a member of Joy Tabernacle at the time of his death. ;!l He w a s married to Lori 0 ::c Cody and was the father of 1 C daughter and 2 sons. He is also )> survived by numerous other en siblings, aunts, cousins, and friends. ::! Funeral.serv..i!;es"'for Mr. Z Cody will be neld: i i m Saturday, December ?jp.m., at .tD Mount Olive Missionary Baptist C: Church. Ray Williams Funeral r Home is in charge of handling arrangements. z : .......... r en :J: m c m < m ::c -< -4 c: m en c )> z c "T1 ::c c

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Editorials & Columns c a: LL. c z < c en w ;::) t-> a: w > w c w J: en :::i m ;::) a. z i= w ...I ...J ;::) m I ...I w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...I u.. C BLYTHE ANDREWS, 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, CLASSfFIED MANAGER Subscr i ptions-$44 00 6 M o nth s Both E ditions : $87.0 0-P e r Year B oth E d i tio ns. Opi n ions ex pre sse d on editoria l p a ges of this new spape r by C o l umnists or Guest Writers do not necessari!Y r eflec t the edi t o r ia l s t a n ce o l Th e Florida Sentin el Bulletin or the Publishe r Ma'Dear Puts Monev Where Her Mouth Is The world knows him as Ma'Dear, a fussy, feisty senior citizen who thinks nothing of telling the world to kiss her grits and will stand up for herself and her friends, in a heartheat. However, entertainment mogul, Tyler Perry is more than simply a cross-dressing actor mimicking a Black grandmother. Through the years, he has shown himself not only to be an artist of great ability, but has revealed himself as a great humanitarian, who has nbt forgotten from whence he came. That fact is even more evident in Tyler Perry's most recent decision to do what many have merely talked about. In a move that took many by surprise, Tyler Perry donated $1 million to one of his favorite charities: The NAACP. Following in the footsteps of other ce-lebrities like comedian-activist Bill Cosby, and multi-billionaire Oprah Winfrey, Perry's gift was given as part of a celebration of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People's Centennial anniversary. Said former chairman Julian Bond, "We are honored that Tyler Perry chose to support the NAACP." In putting his money where his mouth is, Tyler Perry once more becomes a model for every African American who has benefited by the efforts of such organizations as the NAACP and the Urban League. Though few of us may be able to afford $t million donations, we certainly could stand to send $to, $20, to help these organizations. Yes, Tyler Perry has done his part. Now, it's your turn. Mass Murderers On Our F orget about Osama bin Laden for a minute. And listen to this. According to the Harvard Center of -Risk Analysis; --approximately 2 ,6oo motorists-die each a!!d 330,000 injured as a result of using cellular phones. The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute (VTTI) projects that of all cellphone related casualties, texting while driving is the most dangerous. Adding up the innuendoes, what recent statistics clearly paint is a portrait of a new American tradition that could indeed, become more deadly than any terrorist threat authorities could ever conceive. Its name is not al Qaida. Its name is "Texting-while-Driving!" And it's already in our town. So, who texts while driving? According to local news certain school bus drivers text wltUe carrying children to and from school. Soccer moms text while driving. Dads text behind the wheel, as weli as grandparents, preachers; some of the nicest people you'd ever -.:r want to meet are habitual texting offenders. w What should be done? Consider this. Don't be afraid to Cl report texting motorists. In the meantime, make certain If the texting motorist.monster is not you. John McCain Should Just Shut Up N ever in the history of America had a Black person been elected President of the Unite d States. In fact, I doubt if a Black had ever been considered a serious candidate for the presidency. John McCain ran agains t Barack Obama, a Black man, for the presidency. In addition to being white, McCain was a veteran politi cia n who had a r eputa tion of being a maverick. He also had a reputation of being ab l e to work across the aisle in Congress for the betterment of the American people On the campaign trail, John McCain traveled around the country spewing propaganda on Pres. Obama and l ayinf out his plans for the future of America Voters didn't buy his message or his propaganda. As the world knows by now, Barack Obama was elected president in a smashing vic tory over John McCain. In the meantime, McCain r emains in the Senate still spewing propaganda and h at ing on President Obama. In 11 months, the maverick the unifier, has not supported the president on a single issue. Either John McCain has changed or h e h as been living a lie about his reputation and l ove for Ame rica. Over the last 11 months, McCain has been one divi sive and miserable soul in my opinion. He recently alleged that the h ea lthc are bill that is in Congress is a bigger scam than Bernie Madoff, to paraphrase his remarks. All America knows is that the healthcare system in the United States needs to be reformed Yet, John McCain has done nothing to work across Sojourner Truth, Freedom Fighter: 1191-1883 The life of Sojourner Truth, preacher, aboli tionist, women's rights activist and lecturer inspired me from a very young age. However, my thirst to know more about her was fueled in later years Sojourner Truth was the 11th child born November 18, 1797 to her parents, Elizabeth and .. James Baumfree, who were owned by a Dutch-speaking f a mily in Ulster: Councy New York ; She and all of her siblings were sold into slavery. Named Isabella Baumfree (Belle), she was owned successively by five different families before she gained her freedom in 1827 under New York's Emancipation Act, and moved to New York City While living as a slave, she bore children and watched them all sold into slavery. Isabella adopted the name Sojourner Truth (a name that she believed was given to her by God), became inspired to preach and left New York City to travel throughout the country as a self-styled itiner jlll(preacher. Sojourner soon joined the anti-slavery movement, speaking to abolitionist groups and drawing large crowds that were mesmerized by her "mystical gifts" and great "oratory powers." Indeed, Sojourner became the first Black female antislavery speaker. However, she paid a heavy price for being so outspoken. Sojourner suffered many physical attacks and beatings and was physi cally scarred and had a leg wound that disabled her, for life. Described as huge gaunt, with a scarred face and deep voice," Sojourner was said to have been often mistaken for a man. She developed friendships with famous white abolitionists and women's rights advocates such as James and Lucretia Mott, William Lloyd Garrison, Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Beecher Stowe as well as Frederick Douglass. In 1852, Sojourner delivered her famous speech "Ain't I a Woman?" at the National Women's th e a i s l e t o r efo rm h ea l thcare Yet, h e continues to attack President Obama and everything h e is trying to do to return Am e ri ca to h appy days once again. So wha t John McCain n eeds to do is just shut up! The proble m i s John McCain has become one of the rebel-rousing group that wants to see Obama fail as president. Somebody please pull John McCain's coattail and whisper to him that this nation did not buy propaganda and id eology during his presidential campaign and they aren't buying it now While you got Mr. McCain by the coattail, tell him if h e i s going to run his mouth, the n use it in a co n s tru c tiv e m a n ner. T ell him to b e a part of the so luti on and not a p art of the problem And oh yeah, tell him to get over it. The voters have decided Maybe John McCain can' t get over the culture shock of being beaten in the presiden tial race by Barack Obama. In closing, I ask the Honorable John McCain which is greater? Your love for America or your hatred for Pres. Barack Obama. Convention, in Akron Oliio During the Civil War, Sojourner recruited blacks for the Union Army, raised money to buy gifts for the sol diers visited the army camps to distribute the gifts and served as a nurse for wound ed and sick soldiers. She also assisted escaped slaves who managed to make it to the North by helping them find work and places to live. Sojourner's popularity earned her a n a udience with President Abraham Lincoln at the White House. Reportedly, Sojourner tola Lincoln tha t "he was the greatest man of all times, a in the lion's den of trea s on and suppression." .k.ifrrr the War, Sojourner travelfng throughoufthe Midwest and New England states, advocating for better educational opportuni ties for Blacks and free land for former slaves. Though Sojourner was illiterate, her wit and oratorical acumen were legendary Eventually, Sojourner's health began to fail her and she settled in Battle Creek, Michigan, where she lived until her death on November 26 1883. Sojourner's life, war experiences and meeting with Abraham Lincoln are detailed in her Narrative of Sojourner Truth: A Northern Slave .... which was published in 1875 and can be read online. What a Black woman! What a great American! Harambee!

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Read All About It HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday ---Op p o rtuniti es ari se f r o m d i s t ant l ocatio n s ... s o di s t ant, in f ac t that yo u m ay find yourself trave lin g t o t a k e a d vantage o f th em. F oc u s o n prac ti ca l w ardro b e it e ms th a t travel w ell and trans ition from da y t o eve ning, with the a dditi o n o f a ppropri a t e a c ce s so ri es Scorpio (Oct. 23--Nov. 21) --Oth e r p eo pl e s uppl y ple nty o f ideas. D o you h a v e time f o r all o f that in on e da y ? If n o t, th e r e s alway s t o m o rrow. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) --You probabl y wis h yo u w e r e som e wh e r e f a r awa y on vac ati o n If you can't b e there pla n a trip f o r some time soon. Capricorn, (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) --Social a ctiviti e s fill your thoughts G e t work done early so you have more time to dre s s for
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a> g Local a: w ID :E w (.) w c Seven New Pastors Join The Tremendous Tampa District >=' < c (f) w ::> 1-While most peopl e were out shopping for Christmas g.jfts on Saturday, 28th, at Bethel AME Church where the Rev. Beverly Hills Lane is pastor, there was a church full of AMEs asse mbled for their Presiding Elder' s District Pl anning Meeting. Th e re was something for everybody during th e worship serv ice an electrifying sermon given by one of the newest p astors on the Tremendous Tampa District, the Youth Choir of Bethel AME r e ndered several musi ca l selections, and most of the seven new pastors assigned to this district by Bishop McKinley Young during the recent Planning Meeting were present. Rev. Dr. Henry Elmo C Green, Jr., Presiding Elder fE of the Tremendous Tampa c District, called for all pastors, Z officers and members of the < Tampa District to come so he could present his Agenda and Plenary Session for this new W conference year. i= Presiding Elder > has not wasted any time in ffi orgamzmg the Tampa > District The morning started W with a warm greeting from ffi Presiding Elder Green :t: and a worship service expericn ence that was second to none. ::; m ::> ll; z i= w ..J ..J ::> ID I ..J w z i= During the worship service the newly appointed pastor of St. James AME Church in Progress Village, the Rev. Michael Price took his text from I Thessalonians 5.:12-22, and using as his subject, "In All Things Give Thanks." Rev. Price REV. PATRICIA MOSLEY ... New Pastor, Mt. Olive AME, Plant City told the congregation, "You and I are the hands and feet of God the church must do something, have patience and be thankful -Do Good to all people. If the church wants Power the church has got to PRAY." During the worship service other participating ministers were: Rev. Beverly Hilis Lane, Rev. Joseph Bunts, Rev. Patricia Mosley, Rev. Tim Morrow, Rev. Dr. Leeomia W. Kelly, Rev. Dr. Henry E. Green, Jr., Rev. Michael Bouie, and Rev. Dwayne Gaddis. Presiding Elder Green introduced his good friend and visitor, Presiding Elder J. 0. Williams, Daytona Beach. Components of the Tremendous Tampa District were given an opportunity to make remarks of their upcoming meetings and expectations for this confer ence year. The new pastors on the Tampa District are: ... Speake1, Pastor, St. James AME Church, Progress Village Rev. Michael K. Bouie (Allen T emp le Tampa); Rev. Dr. Charles Cloy (Greater Mt. Carmel); Rev. Michael Price (St. James, Progress Village); Rev. Dwayne Gaddis (Mt. Zion, Riverview); Rev. Patricia Mosley (Mt. Olive, Plant City); Rev. James Sykes (Mt. Zion, Mulberry); and Rev. Dr. Leeomia W. Kelly (Mt. Zion, Port Tampa) Presiding Elder Green highlighted an upcoming District Training Seminar that is mandatory for all Pastors and Stewards on January 23, 2010 at 9 a. m. at Allen Temple, Tampa, and all Trustees on January 23 at 9 a. m. at St. Luke, Tampa. The Tremendous Tampa District' s motto is: "The Best is in front of us, with Jesus the Best Is Yet to Come." (Information and photos provided by Bettye Greene Johnson) z w (f) <( c a: 0 ..J LL. Disabilitv caucus Announces Final Meeting For 2009 The County Elections, Dr. Earl Democratic Disability. ... will be meeting for the last sion will be outreach impr_ov-time in 2009 this Saturday, ir.:; relations, and voter eduDecember sth at 10:30 a.m. c a tion. Also, concerns from The meeting will be held at the last election cycle, the the College Hill Library, 2607 high percentag ? of provisionEast Dr. Martin Luther King, al ballots, people turned away Jr. Boulevard. and not propt ly informed, Guest the voting machines not running evening will be of properly, and more will be Miracle Faith Revival Church 2726 E 15th Ave. Tampa 33605 (813) 531-3'684 In Revival With PASTOR LETHA ELDER of Christ of the Solid Rock Ministries Wednesday, Thursday And Friday December 2, 3,. 4, 2009 8 P.M. Nightly Public Is Invited. Apostle E. Lockhart, Pastor Come And be Blessed and Healed. discussed Democratic Disability Caucus, char.tered by the Florida Democratic Party, focuses on education, outreach and accessibility to vot ers. This includes seniors as well as anyone needing a little extra help People with disabilities are the largest minority group in the country, making up 20% of the population During Saturday's meeting, refreshments will be served, and other invited guests include State House Representative Betty Reed. For more information con tact Jackie Beiro, President, Hillsborough County D emocratic Disability Caucus,at(813)412-6256. 'I Hear Music In The Air' Concert Is Saturday ELDER AND MRS. CHARLES DA VlS WITH THE COLLEGE HILL COGIC MASS CHOIR The College Hill Church of God in Christ will host its annual concert, "I Hear Music in the Air," Saturday, December 5, 2009, at 7 p.m. Elder Charles Davis, pastor of the College Hill Church of God in Christ (COGIC), said he's excited about the church's annual concert, "I Hear Music in the Air." "Reaching the community through song is a wonderful way to spread the message of Jesus Christ," said Davis. "We have a great turnout each year and many in the church and community look forward to it The theme this year is going back to the old-time way In keeping with the theme, Elder Davis has invited Beulah Baptist Church's male Chorus and the quartet, the Fantastic Spiritual Wonders. "Quartets and male chorus groups were very popular in the old days," Davis said. Along with the mass choir, th e church's children's choir, teenage choir and senior c hoir will also participate. Karin Davis-Thompson, Minister of Music at the church, said she is looking forward to another opportunity to present the mass choir. "The choir works hard each year from September to December to present a body of music that can speak to the hearts and minds of those who attend," she said. "This is our tenth year and I am grate ful to all of them for their hard work and dedication." She said the teenagers, children's choir and the senior choir have also been very dili gent and are ready to prese .nt their songs to the community. I Hear Music in the Air begins Saturday at 7 p m at the College Hill COGIC 6414 N. 30th Street. For more information call (813) 239-3161. The concert is free. Attendees are asked to bring an unwrapped toy for children in need for the Christmas season. ty My parents are the late Lee Frank and Carolyn Delores Coleman. I have three beautiful children: Omarion. Xavier and O'shay. I have five siblings: two brothers and three sisters. We all were raised in the household together. in a small subdivision called Carver City. Whe n I transitioned to Atlanta. Georgia. November 2003. I did not know where God was taking me at that point. However. I began to hear a soft voice from the Lord stating. 'I want you to wile for me to encourage my people.' I surrendered lo that voice. and I have been inspired to wile ever since. I wile poetry, poe m s plays. and I am currently wiling a second book. If there is anything I strive mos t to do-it i s :;erve God with all my heart and lean not t o my own unde r standing, but i n all my ways acknowledge Him. He is King and forever He is glorious and excellent. He deserves all the praise and the honor. I love you F ather! ORDER ONLINE@ him/ or www. A mazon. c:Jrn o r www.Bamesandl,lob/e.ccm CONTACT THE AUTHOR @ lenisecoleman@yahoo.com

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Local 70th Birthdav Celebration For Cleo Lowe Th e T a mpa M a rri o tt W a t e r side H o t e l was th e s it e o f th e 70 th b i rth day cel ebra ti o n for Mrs. Cleo Lowe. Terrencia Nichols was t he mi stress o f cer e m o n y a n d Terrence Nichols gave th e w elco m e Als o on th e program w e r e Yolanda Collins, Margret Roberts, Ayanna Harrison, Freddie Lowe, Pamela Cobb-Rue, sons-in-law Archie Harrison and Leonard Hart, Tameka Thompson, Antwan Bynum, Sharon Thompson, Ronald Derr (so n-in-l aw) and daughte rs Kathy, Gail, Lavonne and Karen. (Photos by James McAllister) Honoree, Cleo Lowe, center is shown with her daughters, from left, Kathy McCauley, Gail Harrison, Lavonne Anderson and Karen Hart. -1 c: m (f) 0 )> 0 m () m ::::: OJ m :0 ..... 1\) 0 0 c.o "TT r-0 :D c )> (f) m z ::! z m r I OJ c: r r m ::! z "'C c: OJ r (f) ::J: m 0 m < m :0 -< -1 c: m (f) 0 )> z 0 "T1 :D c

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8 Local N a: w m :E w 0 w c <( Carlton Nelson Retires After 34 Years At TECO Carlton Nelson, Sr. spent 34 yea rs at Tampa Electric Co. H e r ece ntl y retired a nd his c hildr e n W hosted a retir e ment ce l e bration for him a t the IBEW H all. Sabrina, Natasha and Carlton, Jr. th e retirement celebration on October 17, 2009. Family, friends and co-workers e njoyed the celebration. The event was cater e d b y Cox Catering (Photos by Sylvester Harris) 0 w I Special guests were Brian and Maria Simon, Patricia and James Cooley and Gene and Mary Democratic Black caucus Has Successful Event Even tho u g h guest spea k er, Congressman Kendrick Meek was un able to atte nd Friday's Living The Dr ea m Gala" ho s t e d b y the Hill s borough County D e m oc r a ti c Black Cau c us, the eve nt was still a success. Congressman Meek was the sc h e dul e d speaker for the eve ning event h e ld at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay B eca u se of the important healthcare bill tha t Democr a ts had to vote on over the we e k e nd, he was unable to l eave Washington. An attempt to fee d his speech in via satellite a lso failed However, those in attendance still had a grea t by Sylvester Harris) Dr. H. Bruce Miles, State President, Democratic Black Caucus and his wife, Mrs. Patricia Miles at the 5th annual gala. Jasmine Roberts and Amos Brown were the recipients of awards for academic excellence.

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Entertainment oav 26 leaves Bad Bov DAY26 Diddy's stream of band fallouts is continuing as Day 26 for mally announces that they've left his Bad Boy record label. While Diddy embarks on new territory with his recent sign ing to Interscope, his brain child of Quanell, Willie, Brian and Mike v.rill do the same. The group has moved from Diddy's emblem to Atlantic Records. By doing so, hopefully they'll be able to salvage their career before their demise a Ia Danity Kane. While their days with Bad Boy were numbered from the start, Willie is adamant that there's no bad blood between the group and the powers that be. "Bad Boy is always our family, but we're with Atlantic right now ... we really want to get people focused on the artistry, on the music The group isn't looking to put an album out until sometime next year, but in the meantime, ladies can invest in their women's shoe line. Released in September, Eight2Six shoes coincided with the groups single, "Your Heels." The line's first product was the "Swagga Heel" featured in three different col ors and priced at $99-99-Fabulous Denies Stolen lamborghini Rumors Fabolous's name was running rampant in headlines after being accused of being affiliated with the stealing of a Lamborghini Gallardo. As previously reported, various news outlets reported that the MC and members of his entourage were wanted for questioning in connection the incident. The final nail in the coffin for Fabo and his crew was when sun1eil lance footage showing two members of his entourage receiving keys to the ride accidentall y giv en to them by a confused valet was released Now days since the news hit the net, Fabo is speaking out in his own defense. "On my way 2 Promenade .. Got pulled over but we on the mo v e now .. Cops pull us o ver & say "do u know u were speedin?" I said ''Yeah, we're in a rush!" Lol.. He didn't find that funn y .. Smh Adding comic relief to the situation and a plea of innocence Fab made sure to add in, "Good thing I decided 2 lea v e the stolen ]ambo wit the soo pounds of weed in it home! Hmmm .... I wonder how long before we know the full details of this stolen Lambo incident ..... 50 Cent Brushes-on Soft Sales Fo r a ma n w h o h as t a lk e d bi g about sa l es figures for the m ajority of his career so Cent seems to have had a change of heart when it comes to his latest B efore I Self-De s truct The rapper's fourth solo album had the lowest opening week of his career, bowing at #5 on 160,000 sales, trailing his next-smallest debut 20o7's Curtis, by more than soo,ooo copies. Self-De struct did leak weeks before its release, causing a one-week push-up for the ph y sical release and an even eariier release for the album's digital incarna tion And so doesn't appear to be sweating the sales dip "For myself, I'm asking myself, 'What did you expect, bro? Your fans got it when it was available, at the first available opportunity,' he said in an interview. Dash laughs on Ru11ors ... He's Broke D a m e Dash isn't worried about rumors; he's just worried a bout how he looks in the photos that accompany the stories "When I be in the newspaper, I just worry about what the picture looks like," he laughed "The big ger the picture the better. I don't even see the headline." He chuckles when he reads about his rumored financial status and, judg ing by his space that houses an art gallery, two music studios, offices for his magazine and a television studio, he seems to be doing fine. "I have fun everyday," Dash said about his life postRoc-AFella. "The problem is, I think people take themselves a little bit too serious I'm happy to be a part of history so many dif ferent times in so many dif ferent ways. I'm from a place where you have your ups and your downs. That's not reall y what I'm concerned about It don't matter. I'm Dame Dash broke, I'm Dame Dash not broke-I'm Dame Dash when I got some money Oprah To Visit White House For Christmas Special PRES. AND MRS. OBAMA AND OPRAH WINFREY m CJ) 0 0 m () m OJ m ::u LOS ANGELES --The queen of daytime wiB interview the 'TI president of the United States during an ABC holiday special 5 that brings together Oprah Winfrey and Barack Obama. ::U The network has announced that it will "Christmas at the 0 White House : An Oprah Primetime Special" on Sunday )> December 13, at 10 p m. The show will feature an interview with ffi the president, a conversation with the first couple and a tour of z the White House The special also will go behind the scenes as -i staffers prepare the White House for the holiday season i!fi The special marks the first time Winfrey has interviewed r;-Obama since he took office. OJ Winfrey, who had never before endorsed a presidential can-? didate, was a strong supporter ofObarna during his presiden-hi tial campaign, stumping for him in key states. -i She attended Obama 's victory rally in Chicago last Z November and the president's inauguration in January, but has "'C not been politically involved since the election Tvler Perrv sued Tyler Perry's latest headline is not related to his stellar productions and phil anthropic efforts, instead he's become the latest target of a lawsuit. The actor and screenwriter is being taken to court for copyright infringement for his film "Diary of A Mad Black Woman Donna West claims that his producc CJ) ::::r:: m 0 m -i c m CJ) 0 ?< 0 tion was a rip-off of a script she wrote titled "Fantasy of a Black Woman The script was turned into a free stage play based 'TI mainly on her life and performed in 1991. According to West, Tyler or someone else in his camp saw the play and stole her ?( idea She testified in court saying, "I can't put my play on because the stories are basically the same and nobody wants to see that again." "Diary" was released in 2005 and earned $saM at the box office. Ms. West is being asked to be awarded all profits from the movie The case is expected to be completed by next Tuesday. ...... ......

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0) Sports w a:l w () w c Statement From Tiger Woods As you all know, I had a single-car accident earlier this week, and sustained some injuries. I have some W Cl.\ts, bruising and right now I'm pretty sore. This situation is my fault, and it's obviously embarrassing to my family and me. I'm human and I'm not per fect. I will certainly make sure this doesn't happen again This is a private matter and I want to keep it that way. Although I understand there is curiosity, the many false, unfounded and malicious rumors that are currently circulating about my family and me are irresponsible The only person responsi ble for the accident is me. c My wife, Elin, acted coura-geously when she saw I was U. hurt and in trouble. She was the first person to help me. c:t: Any other assertion is absolutely false. c This incident has been ffi stressful and very difficult ::;, for Elin, our family and me. 1-I appreciate all the concern and well wishes that we have received. But, I would also w ask for some understanding C that my family and I deserve w :I: some privacy no matter how en intrusive some people can ::J a:l ::;) 0.. z i= TIGER And ELIN WOODS be. Cops Pursue Warrant In \V oods Case The Florida Highway Patrol is now focusing on obtaining a search warrant -allowing them to seize medical records from the hospital that treated Tiger Woods in an attempt to determine if the wounds Woods sustained are con sistent with a car accident or domestic violence. We're told authorities believe they can show proba ble cause a crime was committed, a necessary step in obtaining a warrant. One big piece of evidence showing probable cause is Tiger's wife, Elin who told w ...J ...J ::;) a:l I ...J w z i= z w en Titans Shock Cards On Young's last Ditch TO Pass 0 ...J LL N ,... w G VINCE YOUNG NASHVILLE, Tenn.-Kenny Britt caught the pass and jumped to his feet -only to be stripped of the ball with time ticking away No worries. On the next drive, Vince Young gave the rookie a chance for redemption, and he came through by leaping up to grab Young's 10-yard pass at the back of the end zone as time expired to cap the Tennessee Titans stunning rally to a 20-17 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on S unday. "Emotions there's really no words for it," Britt said. "Ev:erybody ,is just sq hap py. You see people with the expressions that you didn't see around here for a long time. It just feels so special to be in the locker room with those fellas." Young threw for a career high 387 yards. Young has won nine straight starts, including the past five since he replaced Kerry Collins, and now is 23-11 as a starter. Subscribe Today! FHP troopers she went look ing for Tiger in a golf cart, came upon the accid e nt and then used a golf club to break the window to gain entry. That's a very different story from what she first told Windemere cops shortly after the accident -she never mentioned a golf cart. Elin told Windemere police she had walked out of her house, saw the crash, went back inside to get a golf club and returned to the vehicle. The FHP is pursuing the search warrant option after getting shut downagain Sunday in an attempt to interview Tiger and Elin and eyeball Tiger's wounds. As first reported, according to sources, Tiger told a friend Elin had attacked him after she confronted him with reported allegations he had cheated on her. We're told Tiger told the friend Elin then followed him out of the house and struck the moving vehicle with the golf club, causing him to get distracted and hit the hydrant. If the FHP determines Elin attacked Tiger, we're told she could be arrested for domestic violence. l T surpasses Allen, James For 10th On All-Time list LADANIAN TOMLINSON SAN DIEGO LaDainian Tomlinson has passed Marcus Allen and Edgerrin James to take over 10th place on the NFL's all-time rushing list. Tomlinson came into Sunday's game against Kansas City with 12,218 career yards, good for 12th. He passed Allen (12,243 yards) on a s-yard run in the first quarter, then passed James (12,246) on an 8-yard run in the second quar ter, giving him 12,254 yards. Up next is Marshall Faulk in ninth with 12,279 yards. Shaq Paid For Funeral Of 5-Year-Oid Shaniva Davis FAYETTEVILLE, NC -Basketball star Shaquille O'Neal paid for the funeral of a 5-year-old North Carolina girl after being moved by national news coverage of the case of Shariiya Davis, who police say was kidnapped and killed. The Cleveland Cavaliers player was touched by the stories he saw and got in touch with the family to see what he could do to help. More than 2,000 people attended the girl's funeral Sunday. Her body was found Nov. 16 beside a rural road. Her mother, Antionette Davis, who had reported the child missing six days earlier, is charged with human trafficking and child abuse involving prostitution. Mario MeN eill is charged with murder, rape and kid napping in the case. "I was sitting at home watching it on the news and SHAQUILLE O'NEAL the story brought a tear to my eye," O'Neal told The Cleveland Plain Dealer news paper. Corey Breece, of Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, which handled the service, declined to tell the Fayetteville Observer news. paper how much it cost but added that a child's funeral "averages around $4,500." Edwards Tries To Defend Drops Braylon Edwards is trying to explain his lack of pro duction by telling the New York Post: "We're receivers, we drop passes .... I've seen [everyone from] the lowest guy on the totem pole to Jerry Rice drop passes ... I was watching a game and saw a Pro Bowl-bound receiver every year drop three passes and nothing was said about it. Too much emphasis is placed on myself in general." BRAYLON EDWARDS Sammv Sosa Being sue. d For S203K In Dominican court SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic-Sammy Sosa is being sued for $203,000 by a businessman in the Dominican Republic who says the mer Major Leaguer owes him for -among other things -commission on a house sale. Carim Abu Nabaa alleges that Sosa has not paid him a commission of $150,000 on a house sale, $43,000 for a luxury watch, and $1o,ooo for getting Reggaeton singer Don Omar to perform at Sosa's 41st birthday party. SAMMYSOSA Sosa has been ordered to appear in a Dominican court on Dec. 2.

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Sports Bucs Lose Close One To Falcons 20-11 It's late into the fourth quarter, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were holding on to a 17-1"3 lead over the Atlanta Falcons. With 12:59 to play, Buccaneer -head coac h Raheem Morris called for a f mke by pu>'ter Dirk Johnson, T e effort failed and Johnson \Yound up lost for the with an -,..-...... injury , At a'"nother point in the game, the Bucs were looking at a 4th and 4 at the Atlanta 33 and the Falcons with no timeouts With 2:30 seconds left, Morris elected to go for a field goal instead of a punt. Connor Barth missed the 51-yard try, and the Falcons took over. The Buccaneer defense had stood strong all day, record ing 6 sacks of backup quarterback, Chris Redman and starter Matt Ryan. Ryan left the game with an injured foot, and later start ing running back, Michael Turner, also left the game with an injury. Starting at their 33, the Falcons drove the ball down field with no timeouts. They faced a fomih and goal from the s-yard line and needed a touchdown to win. Redman tossed a pass to Roddy White who fell in the end zone with the winning score with seconds left on the game clock. For more than 3-1/2 quar ters, the Buccaneer defense displayed a style reflective of the one fans had become accustomed to. They pressured Falcons quarierbacks and runners the entire game, and were also able to keep the Falcon receivers in chec k for most of the game Buccaneer quarterback, Josh Freeman, completed 20 of 29 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns However, the running game failed again to support the passing game as the defense was on the field for 76 plays. The Bucs (1-10) will now travel to Carolina to face the Panthers. Orlando Magic Forward Man Barnes Fined $20,000 MATI BARNESl MILWAUKEE--Or ando forward Matt Bames says he'll appeal a $2o,ooo fine for throwing a basketball into the stands, and coach Stan Van Gundy joked he had a novel idea for Bames the next time he needs to vent his frustration. "I think that's a little much," Bames said before the Magic took on the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night. "I complete ly understand the fine, but $20,000 is ridiculous, so we'll see." The Heat' s Michael Beasley soared over Bames to grab an offensive rebound and dunk the ball for the winning points with 1.6 seconds left in Miami's win Wednesday. The Magic protested that it was goaltending, and Barnes threw the stands after the game. Van Gundy joked Barnes should consider throwing cash into the stands instead of a ball next time. "That's basically what he did," the coach said. "At least if you did that, it'd be the same amount of money, and you'd be very popular. If he threw $20,000 in cash, he'd be very popular." Collies' Allen Spending Time Wilh Sick Son RAY ALLEN WALTHAM, Mass. Celtics guard Ray Allen is spending time with his ill son and may miss the opener of Boston's four-game road trip. Allen was not at Celtics practice Saturday and coach Doc Rivers didn't know. whether he would make the trip to Miami for the game against the Heat on Sunday night. Allen went to a hospital to be with his son Walker after Friday night's victory over the Raptors Walker Allen was diagnosed with diabetes during the 2008 NEA finals. Serena Given Record Fine, Probation For Outburst SERENA WILLIAMS Serena Williams was fined a record $82,500 for her .U-S.:.: Open could be suspended from that tournament if she has another "major offense" at any Grand Slam in the next two years. Grand Slam administrator Bill Babcock's ruling was released Monday, and he said Williams faces a "pro bationary period" at tennis' four major championships in 2010 and 2011. If she has another offense" at a Grand Slam tournament in that time, the fine would increase to $175,000 and she would be barred from the following U.S. Open. "But if she does not have another offense in the next two y ears, the suspension is lift e d," Babcock said BEAUTY UNLIMITED TYRA c: m (/) c }< c m (') m Ill m :II .... "T1 r-0 :II (/) m z :::! z m r-1 Ill c: r rm z "'0 c: DJ c What a beautiful way to greet you as this (/) week's Beauty Unlimited feature. Tyra, a 20-ffi year-old college sophomore, almost always has an engaging smile on her face, and that smile infects everyone around her. When Tyra decides to step away from the textbooRs and classes, she can usually be found engaging in ffi other campus activities, such as encouraging her school's football team to win. On a per-sonal note, Tyra is outgoing, and she does have a few friends she tags along with. When c the time comes for Tyra to consider a mate in her life, he'll have to be a man with courage, strength, goals, and a formula for success. Congratulations to Tyra as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. 3602 7th Avenue 241-2301 or 24 I Keys Made Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" ............ .................... 99. ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! JJ c

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a> Funerals/Memoriams ,... a: W CII :iE w {.) w c c (f) w ::> 1-MRS. LOLA FOSTER ALLEN Mrs. Lola Foster Allen of Safety Harbor, Florida, passed away Saturday, November 28, 2009. A memorial service will be conducted Thursday, December 3, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Reverend Earl >-Kelly, Sr., officiating. < Mrs. Allen was a native of C Safety Harbor, and a resident a: of Odessa (Keystone), for 46 U. years. She was educated in the C public schools of Pinellas County and was a graduate of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, earnC ing a Bachelor of Science (f) degree in Education/Home W Economics and the University of South Florida, earning a > Master's degree 'in Early a: Childhood Education and W Administration. > A glimpse of Mrs. Allen's W career includes: School C Teacher in Hillsborough County at Meacham (f) Elementary School and :J Dunbar Elementary School; m Curriculum Specialist at ;:::) Dunbar Elementary School a. and then Citrus Park Z Elementary and Assistant i= Principal at Citrus Park Elementary. She retired ...J December 1987 after more ;:::) than 33 years of public school service. ...J After retirement in August W of 1998, she relocated to Zl-Greensboro, North Carolina, z to live with her daughter and w became a member of Gate City (f) Baptist Church. < Mrs. Allen was preceded in C death by: her parents, Pasco a: Foster and Ruth Ginlock 0 Foster-Banks; stepfather, ...J Israel Banks; husband, Fred U. L. Allen, Sr.; and siblings, Beatrice Lewis and Thomas Foster. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Fred L. Allen, Jr. and wife, Debbie of Webster, FL, and Lolita Malave' and husband, Angel of Greensboro, NC; three grandchildren, Heather Joseph and husband, Fanel of Webster, FL, Caitlin Malave' of Greensboro, NC, and Allison Allen of GA; great grandson, Jachob Joseph; two sisters, Gladys Williams of Waldorf, MD, and Rutha Mae Fuller of St. Petersburg; numerous nieces and nephews; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. t MR. ELISHA JAMES DIXON, JR. The funeral services for Elisha James Dixon, Jr. who expired on Tuesday, November 24, 2009, in Little Rock, Arkansas, will be held on Friday, December 4, 2009, at 11 a. m. at the Brown Memorial Church of God in Christ, 2313 E. 27th Ave., Tampa, Bishop Matthew Williams, officiating. Elisha was born on Jan. 3, 1933, in Munson, FL, to the late Elisha and Johnnie Mae Dixon, Sr. He attended public schools in Pensacola, FL. After graduation he served in the United States Army and upon retiring he continued. serving in the Army Reserves. Shortly after retiring from the Army, Elisha became a policeman for the City of Tampa and eventually became the city's first Black Police Captain. Upon retiring from the City of Tampa Police Dept., Elisha relocated to New Jersey and then to Arkansas. He leaves to cherish his memories: a loving and devoted wife, Bessie Lee Dixon; 5 children, Gayle (Bishop M.) Williams, Ricardo Dixon, Aaron Dixon, Yvette Dixon, and Kimberly Moore Dixon; 2 sisters, Elouise Oliver and Virgel McKay; 2 brothers, Lawrence (Shirley) Dixon, and Veter (Bobbie) Dixon; a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, colleagues and friends. The remains will repose Friday, December 4, 2009, at Brown Memorial Church of God in Christ from 9 a. m. to ua.m. WOODY'S FUNERAL SERVICE MRS. ALLENE N. HEMMINGWAY Mrs. Allene N. Hemmingway of Port Tampa died in Waldof, Maryland, on November 22, 2009, at the age of 91 years old. ANDRE COACHMAN, JR. THELMA ROBINSON AND DELLA HUFF IN MEMORIAM ANDRE COACHMAN, JR. JERRY ROBINSON, SR. SAMMY ROBINSON BILLY ROBINSON Special shout out goes to my family. Let go and let God have His way. Don't pay back evil with evil. Be careful to do what everyone thinks is right. If possible, live in peace with everyone. Do that as much as you can. People, don't try to get even. Leave room for God to show His anger. It is written, "I am the one who judges people. I will pay them back," says the Lord. Do just the opposite. Scripture says, "If your enemies are hungry, give themfood to eat. If they are thirsty, give something to drink. By doing these things, you will pile up burning coals on their heads." Don't let evil overcome you. Overcome evil by doing good. Romans 12:17-21, "R.I.P." With lots of love from Diane Robinson and kids, Sandra; Shan, Choo-Choo, D'Andre, DeVontae, JaVares, Mank and 5 beautiful granddaughters. A -BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FOR MY SON RENARD CORNELIUS 'BROWN, SR. 11/26/76-5/12/06 Mom loves you and misses you very much and your kids and stepfather, brother, sister, grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins. Love you always, Beverly and Hiram Ortiz . IN MEMORIAM RANDALL HARRELSON It's another year; still missing you. Mom, Mark and family. t 270!1 E. DR MARnN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD. TAI\.:IPA-1. FL 33610 Ph. 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Crime Trial Begins In Murder Of Police Informant DENEILO BRADSHAW AND ANDREA GREEN The murder trial for one of two-men accused of murder ing a police informant began Monday. Rachel Hoffman, 23, was killed in May 2008 while working as an informant for the Tallahassee Police Department after being caught with marijuana. Tallahassee Police said they gave Hoffman RACHEL HOFFMAN $13,000 to buy drugs and a handgun from Deneilo Bradshaw and Andrea Green. The two men were charged with first-degree murder. Jury selection for Bradshaw's trial will begin Monday in Tallahassee and the trial is expected to start about a week after jury selec tion is completed. Bradshaw faces the death penalty if convicted. Star Quarterback's Murder Trial Begins TIMOTHY BROOKS ..... was once a star athlete BRADENTONDifficulties locating key witnesses for the murder case against former Lakewood Ranch High School quarterback, Tim Brooks, forced his trial to be pushed back. it d was announce tna-t JUry selection in !LlllY 13, 2008 murder .. Monday. ou !}rooks, 19, was and charged along with Cody Rogers in the murder of William White in what prosecutors described as a robbery attempt. According to reports, White and a friend drove to the 1600 block of 27th CODY ROGERS ..... goes on trial in February Avenue, East to buy marijua na. Detectives said when the driver of the vehicle stopped after seeing someone he knew, Rogers and Brooks approached the vehicle armed with handguns. Investigators said Brooks snatched a chain from White's neck before shoot ing him in the chest. Brooks was arrested the day after the shooting, and Rogers was arrested a few days later in Clewiston, Florida. Rogers is expected to go on trial February 2010. ''The Voice of Our Cormnunity S 'peakfng for Jrse{(" -(813) 248-1.92:1 -i c: m CJ) c courthouse Capers 0 m (") CHRIS THURSTON, 31, trafficking in illegal drugs, possession of cocaine, delivery of cocaine RENWICK WANSER, 30, burglary, grand theft EDJUAN HARRELL, 28, aggravated battery on a pregnant female DEVON HUTCHINS, 26, fleeing and attempting to elude police, possession of cannabis with intent to sell, possession of cannabis, carrying a concealed Greatness Is 4,7, 11,21 Only Achieved 23,31,32 By Practice 40,43,45,50 BILLY JOE SLY, 43, battery (domestic violence) FRANCHON_ EDWARDS, 21, .burglary of a conveyance, fraudulent use of personal information m 3:: III m JJ ..... 1\) 0 0 <0 r-0 :rJ C/) m z LOUIS BROWN, 19, burglary, grand theft KENNETH TRUSSELL, 28, possession of cocaine Z ALBERT BLOUNT, 23, grand theft, false information to a dealing in stolen property DEIYAIRAJACKSON, 19, battery, burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1461 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scott St. The h iring of a l3wyer is 3n important deeis!On that should not be based soii!ly upon advertisements. Before you decide, 3sk ws to send /CU FREE wntten mformation about qualifications 3nd expenence! m r I III c r rm z "'tJ c OJ r-Cii ::I: m 0 m < m -i c m C/) 0 )> z 0 :rJ 0 ..... (Jl

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C1) 0 0 N -oro 0::: w m ::!E w (.) w c >-"' < c en w ::J ..... c 0::: LL c z < < c en w ::J ..... i);: w > w c w ::I: en ::i lXI ::J a. z ..... w ...J ...J ::J lXI ...J w z i= z w en < c 0:: 0 ...J LL U) oro IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA DIVISIONJ Case No.: 09-14612 MARK ENOCH AND DEBBIE ENOCH, Husband and Wife, (Plaintiff) vs. DIANA M. GOLDEN and WAYNE C. GOLDEN, her husband; LVNV FUNDING, LLC; and the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Uniform Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above captioned case that I will sell the property situated in Hillsborough County Florida, described as : Lot 2 Block 1 ; Lakeside Grove Estates, according to the map or plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 0050, Page 0011 of the Pub1ic Records of Hillsborough County Flor ida. Property Address: 10405 Grove Lane Odessa, Florida 33556 at public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, on the 2nd Floor of the George E. Edgecomb Building Room 201/202 located at 800 East Twi ggs Street, in Tampa Flor ida, at 2 :00p. m on Decembe r 14, 2009 Any person claiming an interest i n the surplus from the sale, i f any other than the property owner as of the date of the lis must file a cla i m within 60 days after the sale. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency sending notice not later than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice. Telephone (904) 257 -6097; 1 800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service. Dated this 18th day of November. 2009 11/24; 12/1 HON. PATFRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ TONY A TUCKER DEPUTY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENT VIA PHONE EGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing A public hear ing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer, pursuant to Hillsborough County Land Development Code beginning at 9:00a.m., December 18, 2009, at the Board Room 2nd floor of the County Center 601 E Kennedy B l vd ., Tampa to hear the following requests Copies of the applicat i ons department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintaineu by the Planning and Growth Management Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must subm i t same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her The decision of the Land Use Hearing Officer will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclus ion of the public hearing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MADER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISED THAT THEY WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 276 2006 VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 09-0621-TNC, Barbara Monteagudo, requesting a variance to allow a community residential home within 1000 feet of another for property located 7918 Woodvale Cr ., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 09-0810, Dr Ebrahim Mehrani requesting a Variance to the distance requirements for a golf driving range for property located 1658 Branch Forbes Rd., zoned CG. Petition VAR 10-0021-LU, Carnye Land Trust UTD Santo Carollo r equesting a Variance to wetland setback requirements for property l ocated N/S of N Dale Mabry Hwy, 1/4 mi NE of Sunlake Blvd ., zoned CN. Petition VAR 10-0030-US, Georgienne M Be ) l requesting a Variance to fencing requirements for property located 2410 Forrest Crest Cir. zoned RSC 6 Petition VAR 10-0031-CW, filed on 10/14/2009 by John Charles & Delores C. Deiter, requesting a Var i ance to the setback req u irements for property located 9725 Orange Grove Dr ., zoned RSC-4 Petition VAR 10-0033-EGL, Rene Obregon requesting a Variance to the setback requirements for property located 7518 N Hale Ave zoned RSC 9 Petition VAR 10 0042-CW Rene Renton a Variance t o .Setback requirements for property located 13542 Bellingham Dr zoned PD. Petition VAR 10-0043-CW, David & Sandra Thompson requesting a Variance to Parking, Setback and Buffer ing & Screening Requirements for p r operty located 11713 N Armenia Ave ., zoned OR (R) Pet ition VAR 10-0044-NWH, Sonya M Diaz, requesting a Va r iance to Wetland Setback Requ irements for property located 8801 S Lagoon St., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 10-0047-TH, James A. Chappella request ing a Variance t o se t back requirements for property located 9850 Rockhill Rd. zoned RSC 2 (MH) Petition VAR.10-0049-LU, James & Cheryl Sotrop, requesting a Var i ance to setback requirements for p r operty located 18223 Griffith Rd. zoned ASC-1 Petition VAR 10-0050-RU, Cargo Gasoline Co., Inc ., requesting a sign variance for property located 1202 S US Hwy 41, zoned CG. Petition VAR 10-0051-CW Lorraine Townsend requesting a Variance to setback requirements for property l ocated NE co r of Pond Lake Dr & N Rome Ave., zoned RSC-6. 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LEGAL NOTIC INVITATION TO BID Sub bids r equested from W/MBE Subcontractors and/or suppliers Hillsborough County CR 672 Force Main (Balm Riverview Rd. to US 301) Bid Date: December 10, 2009 Sub bids due no later than December 4, 2009 Trades/Services Requested: "'Asphalt Audio Video, Concrete Fencing Landscaping Directional D rilling Maintenance ofTraffic and -. ,,, Kimmins Contracting Corp. 1501 2nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 Contact Person: Tom Harrington Email Address: tharrington@kimmins.com Equal Opportunity Employer NOTICE OF ACTION BEFORE THE FLORIDA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD 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 fln Administrative Compla i nt against you, a copy of which may be obtained by contacting, Sarah Wachman, Agency Cle rk, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, 1940 North Monroe Street, Suite 33, Tallahassee FL 32399-2203, (850) 9210342. 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 accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing a s ecial accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency send ing notice not later.:tnan seven days prior to the pro ceeding at the addi!ss given on notice. Telephone: (850) 257 609?; 1-800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955 8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service. PUBLICATION DEADLINES Tuesday Edition -Friday @ 3:00 P.M. Friday Edition Tuesday @ 3:00 P.M. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA DIVISION J Case No.: 09-CA-015622 MARK ENOCH AND DEBBIE ENOCH, Husband and Wife, (Plaintiff) vs. GREGORY GRANIELA and EILEEN GRANIELA Husband and Wife (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to a Uniform Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above captioned case, I will sell the property situated in Hillsb orough County, Florida, described as: Lot 13, Block 4 PEBBLEBROOK, according to the map or plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 59, Page 54, of the Public Records of Hillsborough County Florida. _P.r:qperty_ Address ; _90_09 Bana Villa Court, Tampa, Florida 33635 at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, on the 2nd Floor of the George E Edgecomb Building, Room 201/202, located at 800 East Twiggs Street in Tampa Florida, at 2 : 00 p m on December 14, 2009. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing special accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the individual or agency sending notice not later than seven (7) days prior to the proceeding at the address given on notice. Telephone (904) 257 -6097; 1 -800-955-8771 (TOO) or 1-800-955-8770 (v), via Florida Relay Service. Dated this rn!:l day of November. 2009 11/24, 12/1 5 Bedrooms/3 Baths Bank Foreclosure! $32,900! Only $405 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years At 8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext H489 HON. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ TANYA TUCKER DEPUTY CLERK 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 HUD Homes! 3 Bedroom/2 Bath $199 00/Monthly! 4 Bedroom Only $215 00/Monthly! 5% Down 15 Years @8% Listings 800-366-9783 Ext 5490 USF Area Section 8 Special 2 Townhouses 2 Bedrooms/1% Bath Central Heat/Air, WDH $750.00/Monthly Each Call (813) 968-1168 -Temple Terrace Raintree Condo 2/2 Free Cable TV Water, Garbage Paid Tennis Court Swimming Pool $850 00/Monthly $850 00/Deposit (813) 385-2298 -Sulphur Springs Linebaugh Area 2/2-Townhome Free Alarm, Fenced WDH/CHA Small Pet Ok $750 00/Monthly 1 Month Free $300 00(Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 949-3482 Sulphur Springs Area 1500 East Humphrey St. Spacious 2 Bedroom/1 5 Bath Townhouse $620 00/Monthly $1 Deposit Application Fee Waived Section 8 And Vouchers Wel comed! Call Today For More Information 813-740-0384 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 1-20 WORDS AND 50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 THIS PRICE IS EACH TIME YOUR AD IS PUBLISHED Follow Us On Twitter.comiFLSENTINELB .And Check Us Out Facebook c m (/) c )> w-< c m (") m 3: m m :::0 ..a. N 0 0 co ., r-0 ::!! c )> (/) m '7 -i z m r-I m c r-r-m :::! z -a c: m r-en :::z: m c m < m -i c: m (/) c )> z c ., :::0 c

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