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Celebrating 65 Years In The Tan1pa Bay Area ------------ IR CITIZENS PARTICIPATE IN GREAT AMERICAN TEACH-IN Last month, Great American Teach-In was held in the Bay Area. Citizens from around the county converged on all the schools to share their areas of expertise and career paths. Middleton Senior High School was one of the schools visited. Owen Young is the Principal. From left to right at the school were: Teresa Bowman, Middleton faculty; Jacquelyn Cress, Hillsborough Community College Librarian; Russell Cress, Retired U.S. Justice Dept. ; Ida B. Booth, Outreach, Supervisor of Elections; Talitha Anyabwele CEO, BGS Productions; and Dr Walter Smith, former President, Florida A&M University and founder, Dr. Walter Smith Library. (Photography by BRUNSON) Well-Known Former Pastor Dies In TX SEE PAGE 14 Students Donate Art To Police seE PAGE 3 Bus Driver C i t e d In Acci d e nt SEE PAGES Lounge Sting Nets 1 0 Arrests SEE PAGE 15

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0) Features co c:: w [D 2 w (.) w 0 > 1-BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Concerns about expenditures within the Workforce Florida, Inc., and the Agency for Workforce Innovation have resulted -investigation. A series of inci dents throughout the state led to the Workforce Innovation Director Cynthia Lorenzo instructed the agency's Inspector General to launch the multi-level investigation on November 24th. The investigation is to concentrate on expenditures by the Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance The investigation was launched last month after a local television station reportC ed that the agency spent more i:i: than $2o,ooo on food in just u. c z 1-fi: w > w c w over a year The agency has also sent financial monitoring teams into all of the 24 Regional Workforce Boards throughout the state. The investigation is expected to take at least 30 days; Ms. Victoria Heller, agency spokesperson said. Director Lorenzo con-MS. RENEE BENTON GILMORE ... President, CEO Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance tacted Senator Ronda Storms and Senator Mike Fasano in reference to the investigation the day after the investigation was launched. "The agency is taking swift and appropriate action to address the issues related to the Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance. I directed our Inspector General to immedi ately begin an investigation." She also stated that Workforce Florida, Inc., pro vided her organization with the direction to send the financial monitoring teams in all of the state's regional boards. Chris Hart, IV, President and CEO Workforce Florida, Inc., stated in a letter to Director Lorenzo, "This letter is written to confirm actions to be taken as a result of the mutual concerns of Workforce Florida, Inc., and the Agency for Workforce Innovation relating to appro priate oversight and integrity within our workforce system. ... The financial integrity of our workforce system is critical. When issues are raised in one region, obvious questions arise about whether similar activities are occurring statewide. To address those concerns, Workforce Florida requests that the Agency for Workforce Innovation immediately begin a detailed review of expendi ture activities for all Regional Workforce Boards and that the Agency expand financial monitoring activities as nec essary," Hart wrote. He also requested that the agency provide his office with updates as the investigation continues. ::z::: (J) :::i m ::> Q. z tij NAACP Plans Trip To Slain Civil Rights Leader's Home ..J ..J ::> m _J w z i= z w en
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Features c m (/) 0 )> State Rep. Resigns For White House Position Student Donates Artwork To Tampa Police Department 0 m () m s: m m ::c A TrY. MICHAEL SCIONTI ... Appointed by President Obama to Pentagon Position BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For the past two terms, Attorney Michael Scionti has served as the Florida State Rep resentative for District 58 However, he. has accepted a presidential appointment and will not seek a third term Attorney Scionti said he has submitted his resignation that will take affect at midnight on Sunday, December 13th He will report to his new position as the Deputy Assistant Secre tary of Defense for Intergovern mental Affairs and Homeland Defense on Monday. Attorney Scionti will work from the Pentagon. He stated that the position is a lower level and confirmation is not re quired. He has requested that the Speaker of the House maintain the District 58 Office until a spedal election can be held to complete the current tei:m. Last year, -Attorney.Scionti filed to seek a third term in office. To date, he had no challengers to his position. -As the representative for District 58 his area e ncompa sses parts of Hill sboro ugh County that includes historic West Tampa Northe as t MacFarlane, Riverside Heights, Seminole Heights, Wellswood, and unin corporated Town & Country. "It has been a distinct pri vilege and honor to have served my community in the Florida Leg i s l a ture, and I am grateful beyond words to all those who have entrusted me with th e ir confidence and support. ... As much as I have e njoy e d serving as a forceful advocate in the Florida Legislature for small business es, working fam ilies, and our children a nd sen iors, I am now compelled to serve my Commander-in-Chi e f in the defense of our great na tion, Attorney Scionti said A Tampa native Attorney Scionti has served as an officer in the U. S. Army Reserve and combat veteran of both the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. "Our country has called upon my service and I will once again answer the call." Currently, the Primary Elec tion of 2010 will take place Au gust 24th. The General Election will be held in November 2nd. Will Host The BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, thirty-two stu dents at Howard W Blake High School's Visual Arts Pro gram met with Tampa Police .Chief Jane Castor. The pur pose of the meeting was for the students to donate so m e of th e ir artwork to b e n ef it chil dren who fell vic tim to child a buse and sex c rimes. The art is p a rt of the Inno cence for the Innocent Pro ject It will be displayed in the Family Violence Lobby of the Tampa Police Department This is the area where children wait to talk to detectives The project came about be cause Detective Skyp McCaughey wanted to make the area more welcoming and friendly. She contacted the school and the project was cre ated, a spokesperson for the department said. One of the young artists was Gustan Joseph, an 18-year old junior. His mother, Ms. Sabrina Thompson, said painting is nothing new to her son. The young man discovered that he possessed a talent for SECOND ANNUAL HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING CELEBRATION And You're Invited! Friday, December 11, 2009 Tampa Police Sub-Station, 3808 N. 22nd Street 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m Come Visit With Santa! EPERSON NEEDED! Must Be 1 8 Years Of Age Must Have Rel rable Transportation Stop By Our Office At: 2207 E. 21st Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 To Apply For This Position Blake High School Principal Jacqueline Haynes, Gustan Joseph, cente1, (posing with one of his paintings), and Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor are shown at the ceremony last week. 1\) 0 0 <0 "TT painting while a student at Me morial Middle School. His mom said he was in the 6th grade when the realization came about. ''I'm very proud of him. H e's r-never been in trouble and he After he exhibited such pro mise, it was suggested that Gustan attend Blake High School because it is a School of the Aits. Today, art has be come an integral part of his life. has never given me any trou ble," Ms. Thompson said of her only child. Ms. Thompson said she knows Gustan will attend col lege, but they haven't decided where that will be yet. But, she knows that wherever he decides to go, it will somehow be related to art. c )> (/) m z ::! z m r-1 m c r rm ::! z ., c m c (/) :I: m c m < m ::c -< -f c m (/) c )> z c "TT :0 a

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8 Editorials & Columns C\1 co FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ffi (US PS 202-140) CD 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 :E Published Every Tuesday and Friday By W FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) C and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York. 1990 94 CP Timelnternational > a: w > w 0 W, l: fJ) ::::i CD ::J D. z tu ..J ..J ;:::) CD w z t= z w fJ) < 0 a: 0 ..J LL 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, tiTY EDITOR BETIY DAWKINS, ADVERTiSING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETIA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-S44.00-6 Months Both Editions : S87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Pearl Historians say his mind had never been clearer, the day President Franklin Delano Roosevelt -addressed a session of Congress and said, "Yesterday, 7, 1941 -a date which will live infamy -the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan." On December 7, 1941, a sleepy America would awaken at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii to find hell on its pillow. A sneakattack by Japan had sent many of our best battleships to the bottom of the Pacific and the waves of Pearl Harbor bled black with fuel oil and sailors' blood. A portion of that blood was Black blood. Many of the heroes Gf that hellish day were Black heroes. Dorie Miller was one. But he was not the only one. So, we the living Americans, 68 years and several generations removed from the ferocious bloodshed of the attack on Pearl Harbor, commemorate that day, with military music, a stream of television documentaries, newspaper articles complete with pictures in every major and minor paper and a litany of other reminders of what was done on American-Hawaiian soil and of what followed directly and consequently thereafter. We play it, over and over again, so as not to forget it and so as not to let the world forget it, either. But no matter. Since Pearl Harbor, we Americans have experienced Korea, Vietnam, Granada, Ethiopia and now Iraq and Mghanistan; A Stimulus we All Can Support At A initiative we can all agree on! Facmg the highest unemployment rate of 10.2 percent (18 percent for Blacks), President Barack; Obama and Congress are finally turning their attention to allocating stimulus funds for developing jobs for America's unemployed. Several proposals being discussed appear to be creative and easy to implement. Others will take a little more tweaking, at least six months worth. Among proposals on the grist is one that is without doubt, a MUST for immediate implementation. We refer to the extending unemployment insurance proposal, which food stamps and health insurance for laid-off workers. A second proposal uses $50 billion of leftover bank bailout funds for small business loans. Still, another proposal to give $3,000 tax credits to small businesses for hiring new employees has merit. Also, a proposal to provide funding to 30 states (probably with highest unemployment) to avoid laying off teachers, police and firefighters and public employees certainly would find widespread support. The most interesting of the proposals currently on the table is a proposal to pay subsidies to workers who volunteer to have their work hours reduced in order to avoid lay offs. Yes, we support investing in putting Americans back to work. Call it a rubber stamp response if you want to. We 1-call it common sense, a sense that everyQne ought -to support. President Obama Had No Black Example When Barack Obama was elect ed President of the United States, there had never been a president who was Black for him to emulate or learn from. He had to rely on his own experiences. He had to rely on his philosophy, the will of the American people, the hand that he was dealt before becoming president and he had to learn on the job. Being President of the United States was a new expe rience for Mr. Obama and it would have been for more than 99% of the people in the entire world. It would have been a new experience for John McCain, Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O'Riley, Tavis Smiley, Sean Hannitty and Jesse Jackson. None of these people had ever been President of the United Stats before, therefore being elected president in 2008 or at any other time, would have been a new experience. Being an African American president would have been a new experience for all of the presidents who served before Barack Obama. No one ever called George Washington theN-word. No one ever questioned whether Abe Lincoln was an American. No one ever questioned whether or not Franklin D. Roosevelt was a socialist. No one ever accused Jimmy Carter of palling around with terrorists. No one ever claimed that Ronald Reagan was trying to bankrupt America. They did question whether George W. Bush was smart, but no one ever questioned whether or not he loved America. President Obama has had to face all of these attacks and there is no other president that he can learn from. He has had to face the world and go it alone. And under the circumstances, he has done well. Dorie Miller: Pearl Harbor Hero Yesterday, December 7th, was the 58th anniversary of the surprise bombing of Pearl Harbor in Hawaii by Japanese warplanes, and a day of remembering the lives and sacrifices of the men and women who were injured and died in the attack. .It was a day of remember ing Doris-'-'Dorie" Miller, then Mess Attendant Third Class, one of the first heroes of :w;ar :in the Pacific Region. When the attack took place, December 7, 1941, Miller was onboard the battleship West Virginia. Although he was a messman and had not been trained to fire a machine, gun Miller took over a top-deck machine gun and by witness accounts, shot down at least six Japanese Zero bombers. Having earlier carried wounded sailors from the open deck to safety, Miller continued firing the machine gun until he ran out of ammu nition. Eventually, Japanese bombers torpedoed the West Virginia sinking the ship. Nevertheless, Miller was cited on May 7, 1942 for brav ery by i:-: Chief of the Pacific Fleet, Admiral Chester Nimitz who decorated Miller with a NavyCross and with a Silver Star, then acknowledged the nation's debt to a Black man of "extraordinary courage." Born on a sharecropping farm in Waco, Texas in 1919, Miller was raised "in a strong and loving family, with three brothers." Along with working the fields, Miller loved to help with household chores such as cooking and laundry. In school, Miller was described as a "good student" and star high school football fullback. The 5 ft. 9 inch, 200 plus pound fullback was called the "Raging Bull." Obviously, his love of cooking enabled him to enlist in the United States Navy at age 19 as a Mess Attendant Third Class. Upon completion of training at the Naval Training Station in Norfolk, Virgina, Miller was assigned to an ammunition ship, USS Pyro; then to the USS West Virginia where he became the ship's heavyweight boxing champion. For a brief period, Miller was assigned temporary duty What people have to learn is that Barack Obama wasn't just elected President of the United States for Black people. Instead, he was elected President of all Americans. Yes, he must be held account able to Black people, but he must be held accountable to all Americans. This president must address the racial wrongs in America that still shackle Black people. That's how the intelligent people refer to President Obama. Hah! But, his top priorities should be that he needs to improve the econo my, put people to work, get the c 'ost of'the in and Afghanistan under control and behind us, reform the healthcare system and improve our education system. Barack Obama became president during very difficult times in America and in the World. While a ray of light is beginning to shine in the tun nel, the end to this darkness cannot be seen yet. President Obama still has a lot of work to do and more criticism to face. But he is determined to get through the tunnel of problems. I could say I wouldn't want to be in President Obama's shoes, but I would love to be President of the United States. Wouldn't you Jesse, Tavis, Rush and Bill? aboard the USS Nevada at Secondary Battery Gunnery School. Because of Miller's bravery at Pearl Harbor, he was assigned to travel to Harlem on a War Bond Tour, promoting the purchase of U. S. War Bonds among Blacks. The tours were the result of the insistence of the Pittsburgh Courier (Black Press) to treat Miller as the Military had done for white heroes who promoted the war bonds. Historians write that Miller's medal did not ''bring an instant promotion or transfer to a line of duty more in keeping with. Miller's demonstrated aptitudes or However, he was later promoted to Mess Attendant First Class (1942) and),'etty Officer, Officer's Cook, Third Class (1943) . Besides Pearl Harbor, Miller was involved in action at the Battle of Tarawa and Operation Galvanic. Having been assigned to the escort aircraft carrier Liscom Bay, Miller and 699 other crew members perished on November 25th off Gilbert Islands in the South Pacific His family received his Purple Heart. Miller's heroism has been portrayed in movies and has been honored by having a ship bearing his name and a postage stamp bearing his image Many housing developments, schools and parks bear his name. Indeed, Miller was an American hero. Harambee and God Bless America!

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Read All About It HOROSCOPES Today's Birthday ---It will b e diffi cult to talk your 1 1ay out of r es p o n s tb!lt t i es durin g the co ming y ea r s o don t eve n t ry. E xp ec t h o u se h o l d e m e r ge n c t es t o d e mand your tim e and r eso ur ces. A t the s am e tim e, yo u find ways t o e nrt c h your h o m e a n d e n v i ronmen t through g ard e ning palllting a n d o t her tnex p e n s t v e means Sagittarius ( N ov 22-Dec. 21) --Lis t en and learn. Yo u w i s h y o u wer e givi ng o ut the o rd er s Today yo u 're better off doing w h a t the financ e m a na ge r t ells yo u Capricorn (Dec. 22-J an. 19) -Associates po se bi g qu es tions. Expect eac h p e rso n to support his ore her argument w ith facts. That way a simple solution can emerge. Aquarius {Jan. 20-Feb. 18) --You could go into emotional ove rdri ve now Instead lis t e n to what th e group says a nd follow an older per son's example. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) --Your imagination i s full y e ngaged now. A n y thing others say fit s right into your co mpr e h e nsive plan. Don't s top now. Aries (March 21-April 19) -Share the essentials t o da y and save details for l ater. You can in s titute change without say ing exactly why Taurus (April 20-May 20) --Today you face opposition from your banker or from other financial contacts. Hint: don't plan major transaction s for today Tomorrow will work out a lot bett er. Gemini (May 21-June 21) --What seems clear at first turns out to have layers of complications Use your judgment to determine the best choice. Then, stick to it. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Listen and learn. Today is not the day to push yo ur own agenda. Others have plenty to offer. Take advantage. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) --You've been hatching some ideas Find a way to express yourself to at least one female. You'll f ee l as if you've accomplished a lot. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) --Remain open to other people' s ideas, but don't jus t roll over. You hav e go od ideas too. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) --Your mission toda y is to accomplish as much as po ss ibl e w ith the least amount of friction. Read b e tw ee n the lin es. Try not to break a n y thing. Scorpio (Oct. 23--Nov. 21) -You struggl e to m ake yo ur self understood Your ima g ination is runnin g wild, but yo u can't find the right words. C hoos e simple lan g uage SliP OPERA SPOILERS All My Children D av id is crushed when he receives Trevor's DNA results. Liza turns down a ki ss from Zach Adam and Scott are arraigned Baile y comes to a major decision after t a lking to Damon. As the World Turns Brad asks for Hemy's help in getting rid of Simon. + Craig and Carly make out. Dusty is there for Janet. + Luke i s troubled by Noah's anger. The Bold And The Beautiful + Taylor's blind date doesn't go well. + Steffy gives Katie a b e l ated we dding gift. + J ack i e and Owen t ake part in a photo s hoot. Nick makes a s Hi\-'t'ling discovery abo ut Sandy. Days Of Our Lives Nico l e's mother; Fay, arrives. + Ari a dmit s to hers'ist e r that s h e's working undercover1 Melanie dumps Nathan. + Hop e demands answers from Ca rty General Hospital + Ja son, Sam and Spinelli se t out to find out all th ey can about Franco + Lulu i s there for Dominic + Olivia offers rea ss urin g words to Jolmny. + Mich ae l s ambitions continu e to trouble his parents One Life To Life + David tells Kevin about Bo and Nora's secret romance + Dorian is sworn in as Mayor. + Mitch taunts and teases Charlie. The All-American Reject s (pictured) perforn1. The Young And The Restless + Jack is steamed to find Adam kissing Sharon. Adam and Sharon sleep togeth er. Michael lies to Gloria. + Viewers meet JT's new boss Tucker McCall. Pictures From The Past Attending the anniversary service for First Baptist of Lincoln Gardens were Prentiss Davis, Olga Akins, Hattie Gatlin, and Arthur Green. -i c m (/) 0 0 m () m z m m :0 00 1\) 0 0 z 0 ., ;!! 0 Bernice Tucker, Johnnie Campbell, Lester Fuse, Roosevelt Lark, and William C. Tucker posed G) for this photo taken during a social event. m U1

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0'> 8 Local N co oc w CD :E w u w c >=' <( Q (/) w :::::1 ..... Communitv leader Optimistic About New Hotel BETIYBELL Highland Pines Neighbor hood Association President, Betty Bell, said she's very happy that managers at the new Quality Inn and Suites Hote l on soth Street kept th e ir word. Formerly known as the Milner Hotel, Quality Inn bought the building, made renovations, and opened for business in November. However, before things got started at the hotel, the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, and Mrs. Bell, wanted assurances from the developers "We told them we wanted to make sure they hired people from the Highland Pines community, and they did," said Mrs. Bell. I closely monitored tha t process, and actually got a tour of the new hotel. I was very impressed, and we all owe them thanks for the opportunities they've given our residents." Mrs. Bell said her neighbor has three granddaughters who were hired at the hotel, and she has been in constant dialogue with the hotel's manager. "Things are a little slow at the hotel right now because of the season, but it will pick up. Mrs. Bell said residents in Highland Pines also need to be aware of roadwork in the area on Melbourne and near the park on 2o'>t Avenue. "We also owe a lot of thanks to the American Legion Post on Columbus Drive and 29th Street. They gave out Thanksgiving baskets to needy families, and three families in my community got one. We owe Eunice Butts and John Scott a lot of thanks. Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-mailed at lcrews@flsentinel.com. Blake Class Of 1959 Presents Scholarships This past summer the Howard W. Blake High School Class of 1959 cel ebrated its soth -yea r with a grand reunion held at the Tampa Westshore Marriott. One of the highlights of the reunion was the awarding of scholarships to four students in the 2009 graduating class of Howard W. Blake The scholarships were awa rded at the Black and Gold B a nqu et. Nathaniel Powellwas chairman of the Scholarship Committee Scholarship recipients Eric Timmons, Jr., Remus Bulmer, Jr. and Jessica Slater. Mr. and Mrs. Keith (Zadlia) Batchelor accepted the scholarship for their son, Keith Batchelor, who had already started school in Connecticut. School Bus Driver Cited In Accident A Hillsborough County School bus driver was cited in a traffic accident early Mon-d
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Local A Conversation About Diabetes Each One Reac h One: On e Community United T o Fight Dia betes" was th e theme of the event to talk about diab e t es with a m e dical profess ional. Dr. James R. Gavin, Jr., Clinical Professor of Medicine at Emory Univ e rsity, At lanta, and C lini ca l Prof esso r of M e dicin e, Indiana University S c hool of M ed i c in e The event was held at Allen Temple AME Church. The Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Nova Nordisk D. E L. T. A., Inc, Ome ga Psi Phi Fraternity and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity sponsored this community event (Photos by. Lomax Mcintyre) Janette Spencer-Davis, Dr. James Gavin, Jr., Brenna Fields Taylor, President, Tampa Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. Carolyn Hepburn Collins, B. Nabri-Stephen and Jameeka DeVoe. Mallory Davis, Susha Oliver and Lorna Remy. Darlene Harris, and Jeffrey and Symone Reddick. Christianna Oyeniji and Khaliah Fleming attended the session. William Cross and Dr. Mack Davis. John Warren, and Dr James R. Gavin, Jr., guest speaker. uThe Voice of Our Communi.tv Speaking for ltse(f' (813) 248-1921 Kenricia Mercer, Lakema Massey, Rowina Harmon, Danielle Neaver-Rogers, and Skye Idehen attended the diabetes. Mark Demps, Chivonne Hyppolite and Clemon Hodges. -. managtng your TYPE 2 DIABETES Do you struggle to control your blood sugar levels? Controlling blood suga r is difficult. New medicines are needed, and study volunteers help make thi s happen A new clinical research study is underway. Join us of you strugg l e woth blood suga r control WHEN YOU TAKE PART IN THIS CLINICAL RESEARCH STUDY !"1 Health professionals closely monitor your doabetes and blood sugar le vels participants wi ll receove medicones Sugar meter a nd supploes counseling 3 Study related medical care and tes ting c1 Qualified participants may be compensated for time and trav el YOU MAY QUALIFY IF YOU ARE : DAge 18 85 Y ears _]Diagnosed w1th type 2 diabetes for at least 3 months ::::; Not taking onsulin or oth e r InJect able doabeloc medocones Strugglong t o control blood sugar (Your HbA1 c os?: 7 % and s 10%) I CALL NOW I I LOCAL SITE# Comprehensive Chnocal Research 727-576-84 7 4 I OR VISIT www.DiabetesStudy.info TO SEE IF YOU MAY QUALIFY. t SPACE IS LIMITED 1 to the number of people who can participate based on meeting study L ______ ______ J -; c m CJ) 0 }< 0 m (') m m m :xJ 00 1\,) 0 0 <0 ., r 0 ]] CJ) m z :j z m r-1 m c r rm :j z 1J c m r-u; :I: m 0 m < m -t c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 ., ]] 0

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0'> Local co a: w II) :2 w (.) UJ 0 0 C/') w :::> 1-0 a: LL. 0 z c:t: 0 C/') .. w :::> 1-> a: UJ > UJ 0 w J:' C/') :; m :::> a. z w ...J -1 :::> m I -1 w z z w (J) <3: 0 a: 0 -1 LL. Ministrv Gears Up For Christmas Attending the Thanksgiving turkey giveaway were (left to right) Eudis Nunez, Donna Potts, Antonio Camon and Latoya Cam on. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The "Harvest Of Pl enty" Tha nksgiving turkey giveawa y turne d out to be a true bless ing for Hop e For Life Worth Living Ministrie s Ministry Directors Donna Potts and Eudis Nunez, s a id it wa s a true bl e ssing to re a ch out to the community and help those in need. When you see the joy you bring into the lives of people by reaching out to them, it really makes you feel good," said Donna Potts. "If it weren t for people like Charlie Grizzaffe and David Lowe, as well as a group of volunteers, this would not have been possible." Now, the ministry is prepar ing for their 2009 "Bells Will Be Ringing For Christmas" toy giveaway. They will be acceptiqg registrations for children ages 0-16 in need of Chuck at a local Sweetbay Supermarket, donates turkeys to Dona Potts. help for Christmas. Donna Potts and Eudis Nunez invite the public to support their youth ministry as well as their other events throughout the year To contact Ms. Potts or Mr. Nunez, call (813) 802-2327. LOOK Us Up On Facebook & Follow Us On Twitter at twitter.com/FLSENTINELB 2nd live DVD And CD Recording Gosp e l r eco rdin g a rti s t Vickie Winans was th e s peci a l g u es t host f o r th e 2 nd Live DVD an d CD R eco rding by Brenda Jefferson a t D eepe r Life C hri stia n C hur c h Oth e r gos p e l arti s t s o n th e progr a m wer e Damita Haddon, Marvin Winans, Jr., Lowell Pyc, and Gerald Haddon. (Photos by Julia Jackson) . Kalvin Jefferson with his mother, Mrs. Brenda Jefferson at the live CD and DVD Recording. Gospel artist Alex Harris and Dr. Theres a Lewis at the live rec01ding session. Shelia Boyd attended the live recording presented by Brenda Jefferson at Deeper Life Church. Brenda Jefferson with guest host Vickie Winans. Playwright Mary Upshaw and former radio gospel DJ Tracy Collins. Vickie Winans observes her son, MarVin Winans, Jr. as he performs. Melody and the Upshaw Sisters attended the recording. From left, Melody Tate, Paulette Upshaw-Wells, Priscilla Upshaw and Sheila Upshaw.

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-1 Local ffi ._._._._ ________________________________________________________________________________________ IW Middleton Cross Countrv Team Reaches Regionals 0 )> c m With hig h sc ho o l college, and professional football' dominating th e n ews, trac k and field is also enjoying great s uccess. The Middleton High School Cross Country Track Team made it into regional compe t ition in November, and broke some records along the way. The event was held in Orlando Pastor Dapiel Dean, founder of Project H.O P.E., is a volunteer coach for the tea' m, and said he's noticed tremendous change in the team as a whole and in each of the team members. He's also a former distance runner. "This is my second year vol unteering with the team. I've really enjoyed the experience." I was a distant runner in high school, and I enjoy passing on my knowledge and Pastor Dean said crosscountry running is different from any other sport, and although some think endurance is the key, you must have heart to compete "You must have the will to keep going when your body is trying to tell you to stop. Some of the kids have to rely on heart, because physically may not be made for the sport." Pastor Dean said training is different for cross-country runners, and there's a lot more work involved. "You have to develop your m :s: OJ m ::IJ _?:) "" 0 0 (,0 From left to right: Robert Warren, Nikkyo Williams, Frank Charles, Arthur Casey, and Fedson Hilaire. Up front kneeling is track "11 5 lungs, and I encourage them to eat more carbohydrates and protein the day before a competition." Pastor Dean said one of the kids has already broken a record that had been held a long time "Cross Country running is something that normally doesn't attract a lot of African American kids. They tend to turn more to football, baseball, and basketball. It's takes a really special kid to get involved in this sport, because you really have to dig deep inside yourself. ''You find out things about yourself you never knew once you get involved." Middleton track coach, Joe Dixon, said it's good to see so much attention being given to his distance runners. "Usually, the sprinters get all the attention. This is the first year we can walk around the school talking about distance runners instead of sprinters." ''I'm very proud of these guys, especially Frank Charles and Arthur Casey. This is the first year we've had a successful distance running team Coach Dixon, who was a track star at Marshall High School in 1-967 and 1968, went on to Florida A&M University where he continued to excel. "This year's team finished fourth in our division, and 12th in the county. That's really big for a program that really doesn't get the best ath letes We have to develop dis tance runners." "My hardest job is getting the kids to believe in themselves and the program. They have to be dedicated." Coach Dixon said he also appreciates the help Pastor Dean has given him in work ing with the distance runners. 0 )> en m z ::::1 z m r;aJ c: r rm -1 z "A lot of these kids participate in more than one sport. I have one that plays soccer. I think we did a great job this year of selling the program to the kids." "t1 c: Reporter Leon B. Crews can be reached at (813) 248-0724, or e-m.ailed at lcrews@jlsentinel.com. aJ r-(i) ::z::: m 0 USF Black Alumni Network Honors Two Of Its Own m < m ::IJ -< -1 On Sunday, November 1, 2009 the USF Black Alumni Network (BAN) ended its reunion weekend with an emotional closing ceremony by presenting the first USF BAN Awa rd of M e rit to Dr. Joan B. Holmes and estab:li shing the Dr. Samuel L Wri9,'(!.t Sr. Leadership Award, an awa rd that will be bestowed 1upon deserving faculty students or alumni during future Black Alumni Weekends LaShante Keys, USF BAN committee member says, "It was very hard coming up with an award that was befitting Dr. Wright's contributions to USF, Tampa Bay and the state of Florida ... therefore, The Network created an award in his name; celebrating his leadership and the indelible imprint he has had on the lives of so many students and alumni ... Dr. Joan Holmes, for mer Director of USF's McNair Scholars Program, was over come with joy by the awards presentation and the special cianc<: !!"ibute ; facilitated by (L TO R): R. Cobb, A. Cox, L. Keys, Dr. Wright, Dr. Holmes, S. Sanford, S. Allen and V. Salley. USF Dance Instructor, John Parks. The ceremony also includ ed inspirational words from Director of the Office of Community Relations and Office of the Student Ombudsman and forfffeft'"'State Senator, Les Miller, Jr. and greetings from a host of student leaders and Black Alumni More information about the USF Black Alumni Network is available at www.usfblackalumni.ning ,_wm Dr. Samuel Wright with his family, from left: Veoletta Wright, sister; Samaria Elizabeth Wright, daughter; Dr. Wright; Samuel Lamar Wright, Jr., son; Lolita Wright Bush, sister; Eldridge Bush, nephew, USF graduate; and Horace Bush, nephew. c: m w 0 )> z 0 .., :D 0

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Sports co Did Coach Morris Cost Team A Victorv; c c (J) w :::> 1-c a: u.. c z < c (J) w :::> 1-w > w c w :J: (J) :J Ill :::> l:l. z i= w ..J ...J :::> m I ..J w z i= z w (J) a: 0 ...J LL RAHEEM MORRIS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter (An Analysis) No .one has stood in stronger support of new Tampa Bay had coach, Raheem Morris than this writer. But so much turmoil surrounds his regime, it appears to be affecting his professional performance When you start your season with the dismissal of your offensive coordinator, then toward the end of the season, you dismiss your defensive coordinator, things are not going to go smoothly. Put on top of that the uncertainty at quarterback earlier, and you pretty much wind up with a 1-12 team Since Morris has taken over calling the defensive sign,als the past two .weeks, it appears the defense has performed considerably bet ter. But on the offensive sid e of the ball, play calling, time clock maintenance, and the failure to maintain a ground attack continues to be the demise of the Bucs The writing was on the wall when rookie quarterback Josh Freeman had to toss 45 passes. He wound ).lp with five of them going but that was as much horiible play calling than anything else. The Bucs could have beat-en the Carolina P anthers Sunday, but loss 16-6. Everything was in place. Coach Morris challenged the defense to man up against the run. The Panthers have cut the Bucs deep with their backs, Jonathan Stewart and DeAngelo Williams. This Sunday, with Williams riot playing, nothing changed. Stewart ran roughshod through the Bucs, and the defense did nothing to st. op him.. The Bucs will stay at home this week to host the New York Jets, and most outsiders are already giving the Bucs the top pick in the NFL draft Enough has been said about Morris not having the experience necessary to be a head coach. Former Buc head coach Jon Gruden promoted Morris to defensive coordinator before he was fired last year : After Gruden's termination, Morris was given the head coaching job without any prior experience. All of the blame can't fall on Morris. New Buc General Manager, Mark Dominic mustalso shoulder the blame, but the total weight rests upon the shoul ders of the Glazer family. They continue to be tight with finances, and ;that means the Bu<;:s never get the kind of players that can take the'm to the next level. It also means if a rep utable staff isn't put together. between now a .nd next season, 2010 will .simply mirror this year. Josh Freeman will be a superstar in the NFL. Let's just hope it doesn't happen while he's wearing a different uniform. After all, it happened for Steve Young and Trent Di!fer. Instead of throwing Morris under the bus, let s back off a little and ftnis h this season. Perhaps, a year of what Morris has endured will make him a better head coach in 2010. Is Now Accepting Enrollment Into Class ._For Your i'D" License 24 Hour And 16 Hour Certification Flexible Schedules Call (813) 621-7225 Fax (813) 621 7226 Blazers' Oden Expected To Miss Rest Of Season GREGODEN PORTLAND, Ore. Portland center Greg Oden will likely miss the rest of the season after fracturing his left knee cap against Houston on Saturday night. Oden will undergo surgery, the Trail mazers said The 7-foot center dropped to the floor clutching his left knee and grimacing after colliding with a driving Aaron Brooks midway through the first quarter. He was almost immediate ly surrounded by trainers and physiCians. The crowd at the Rose Garden stood and chanted "Oden! Oden!" The game was stopped for some 7 mjnutes. Finally, Oden was gently moved to a stretcher and wheeled from the court. He underwent an MRI shortly thereafter. Oden, the No. 1 pick in the 2007 NBA draft o ut of Ohio State, has been plagued by injures for his entire NBAcareer. Alabama. Finishes Regular Season 11n AP Poll NEW YORK --Alabama will head into the postsea son as the No. 1 team in the AP Top 25 for the first time since 1973, while Southern California dropped out of the ranking Sunday after an eight-year ruil. The Crimson Tide claimed the top spot in the media poll in overwhelming fash ion, receiving 58 first-place votes after its emphatic 32-13 victory against previously No. 1 Florida in the Southeastern Conference title game. Texas moved up one spot to No. 2 and received two first-place votes, after squeaking past Nebraska 13-12 in the Big 12 title game Saturday night. TCU is No. 3, followed by Cincinnati, Florida and unbeaten Boise State. Tiger's Troubles Widen His Distance From Blacks Amid a ll the headline s g e n erate d b y Tiger Woods' troubles-th e puz zling car accid e nt, th e sug gestions of marital turmoil and multiple mistresses -little attention has been given to the race of the women linked with the world's greatest golfer. Except in the black commu nity. When three white women were said to be romanti cally involved with Wood' s in addition to his blonde, Swedi.sh wife, blogs, airwaves. and barbershops started humming, and Woods' already tenuous standing among many Blacks took a beating. On the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner radio show, Woods was the butt of jokes all week "Thankfully, Tiger, you didn't marry a black woman. Because if a sister caught you running around with a bunch of white hoochie-mamas," one parody suggests in song, she would have castrated him. "The Grinch 's Theme Song" didn't stop there: "The question everyone in America wants to ask you is, how many white women does one brother waaant?" But Woods has declined to identify himself as biack, and famously chose the term "Cabliriasian" (Caucasian, black, Indian and Asian) to describe the racial mixture he inherited from his Mrican-American father and Thai mother. This vexed some blacks, but h _asn't stopped them from Claiming Woods as one of their own. Or from disapproving of his marriage-to Elin Caddie Steve Williams Supports \\'oods WELLINGTON, New Zealand-Tiger Wqods' caddie said Saturday he supports his boss while the world' s No. 1 golfer copes with allegations of extramarital affairs. Steve Williams has been Woods' caddie the last 10 years. He refused to discuss Woods' private life, although he said the golfer TIGER WOODS had confided in him. Woods' Wife Reportedly Revising Prenup Now that Tiger Woods has admitted to "transgres sions," many wonder what is next for his marriage. Many sources are saying that for now, wife Elin N ordegren, who is often a fixture on the 18th green at golf tournaments, is stand ing by her man. "She and Tiger have had problems in the past, this is as bad as it's ever heen, but not leaving as of now," said one person with knowledge of the couple's marriage over the years. A report in the Chicago Sun Times claims that "intense marriage counseling"is taking place, but Elin's motivation might also be linked to her person al bank account. "Tiger's spouse is reportedly being paid a hefty seven-figure amount -immediately transferred into an account she alone controls to stick with her husband," Sun-Times coluffirijst Bill Zwecker repor.ted . He goes on to write that Elin demanded and is getting a total rewrite of prenuptial agreement The couple wed in 2004 and have two chil dren. Reportedly, the couple had an agreement that stipulated they must remain married for 10 years in order for Elin to collect a settlement of $20 million, and that is the part of the settlement being negotiated. Subscribe Today!

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Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED (/) USF Guard Suspended; NCAA Investigation Underwav ANTHONY CRATER TAMPA--University of South Florida sophomore guard Anthony Crater has been suspended until January after failing a sec ond drug test. Also, the NCAA has begun its investigation at USF's campus into alleged NCAA vio lations. Crater, who transferred from Ohio State to USF last December and has been sit ting out a transfer year, was scheduled to become eligible Dec. 12 and make his USF dabut against Central Michigan Dec. 13. However, according to USF's substance abuse policy, a student-athlete that fails a secOI}d drug test is suspended "20 percent of the maximum allowable regular seasqn intercollegiate competi tiens allowed by the NCAA." Crater's suspension will be between four to six games, depending on how the school interprets the length ofUSF's season. Rockets Shopping McGradv TRACY MCGRADY The Rockets continue to offer Tracy McGrady in a trade, but that will be a diffi cult proposition considering he's the highest-paid player in the league ($23.2 million) and no one has seen him play in nine months. Houston seems willing to take back a longer-term contract for McGrady, but most executives believe his high salary makes it hard to put together a package. Rockets GM Daryl Morey and coach Rick Adelman don't want McGrady back with the team, and have insisted that he isn't physi cally ready to return to the lineup. McGrady would love a trade, but knows he must start playing again for it to be possible. Kimbo Slice Wins Unanimous Decision vs. Houston Alexander In UFC Action KIMBOSLICE Kimbo Slice made his UFC debut before a paying crowd, but the first round was so dull someone remarked, "Good thing this wasn't a pay-per-view." Slice and opponent Houston Alexander spent the first three minutes of the first round waltzing around the octagon. Slice paid no mind t9 left kicks by Alexander ahd c harge d in to land two good rights. Slice also landed a scoring jab. The second round was far more exciting, with Slice rocking Alexander early with a left hand, then taking Alexander down on three more occasions to inflict a steady diet of punches and elbows. Midway through the third, Alexander dropped Slice, but the Internet sensation recovered, .. mounting Alexander until the final minute -a slow standup affair that included more scoring blows by Slice, but a nice right by Alexander near the end that backed up Slice. LEBRON JAMES LeBron James danced all over the Chicago Bulls. J oakim Noah didn't like being his partner. James scored 23 points, added 11 assists and busted out several smooth hip-hop dance moves in the second half that annoyed and angered Noah as the Cleveland Cavaliers won for the 11th time in 13 games, beating the Bulls 101-87 on Friday night. Pacquiao vs. Mavweather In March FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. vs. MANNY PACQUIAO MANILA, Philippines -Manny Pacquiao is likely to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. on March 13 after agree ing to a proposal from pro moter Bob Arum on Friday. Arum presented "what he thought was the best propos al he can bring" during a two hour breakfast meeting with Pacquiao in Manila, said Michael Koncz, an adviser of the Philippine boxing idol. Rampage Jackson: 'I'm Coming Back To The UFC'20 RAMPAGE JACKSON Rampage Jackson says he's returning to the UFC. In a new post on his official web site, Jackson says he will step into the Octagon again because he wants to settle a score with both Rashad Evans -with whom he has a longstanding war of words -and UFC President Dana White. "I wanted to let my fans know that I'm going to come back to the UFC and finish my contract," Jackson wrote. MARIE Don't let the weather get you down. Smile and have a great day with this week's beauty Unlimited feature, Marie. Marie enjoys danc ing and fashion shows, and her career goal is to get involved in fashion model marketing management. Marie says she always believes you should treat everyone with the same respect you'd want for yourself. The man in Marie's life must be one that projects humor and has a side of wisdom to get along with new people and also enjoys quiet times as well as going out. Cong ratulations to Marie as this week's Beauty Unlimited fea ture. 3602 7th Avenue* Tampa, FL 241-2301 or 247-3719 I Keys Made (!!or. Latex Flat White Paint.. ........... $5.99 gal. Oil Outside White Paint.. ........ $14.90 gal Roller Pan Set.. ....................... $3.49 ea. 3" Brushes ................................. 99 ea. LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 00 1\) 0 0 (0 "TT r-:::c (/) m z :j z m r:ID c rrm :j z "0 c ID r-c;; :::1: m c m < m c m (/) c )> z c 'TI :::c c ..... .....

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Entertainment No Charges Filed Against Kan Williams KATT WILLIAMS No charges were pressed against Katt Williams after he was arrested in Newnan, Georgia Friday. As previously reported Katt was taken into police custody after an incident at an area Walmart. Exact details are sketchy but an unknown caller reportedly alerted police that Willia'ms and several other individuals threatened them with a shot gun. Now according to police, while they did handcuff Katt and put him in a squad car, he was never arrested. Newnan County police said that the comedian was never charged with a crime and released at the scene. There is still no word on whether there was indeed a shotgun on the scene. Police have refused to reveal those details. What has been revealed however is that the comedian was arrested earlier this week. Katt Williams was indeed arrested Wednesday, December 2 due to an issue with his bond. The bond in question stems from his arrest for robbery m November. Damn Katt. If it's not one thing, it's another. Young Jeezv Ends Beef With Gucci Mane AndDJDrama YOUNG DJ DRAMA And GUCCI MANE December 4 marks a new day in Atlanta with some of the biggest na:mes in southern hip-hop officially decid ing to settle their differences. Young Jeezy has officially announced his decision to end his ongoing beef with DJ Drama and Gucci Mane. Avid fans of the Snowman can trace his feud with Gucci back to 2005 when an associate of Jeezy's turned up dead after a botched robbery attempt. Jeezy's feud with DJ Drama however extends to 2008 when the mixer released a Gangsta Grillz mixtape with Gucci thus making him a traitor. Now in a historic moment, Mr. CfE has decided to put all that to the side and recon cile with his former associ ates. In a historic moment he appeared Thursday as a guest on DJ Drama's Gangsta Grillz radio show. New 'Best-Of' ll Cool J Collection To Be Released LLCOOLJ The legendary Todd Smith a k.a ; LL Cool J, is bringing back the hits the world has come to know and love. LL boasts a laundry list of accomplishments including being the first rapper with four consecutive albums, first to earn four gold singles, first to hit No. 1 R&B, first to headline "MTV Unplugged. Now with 20 plus years in the game under his belt, LL's set to excel over his last compilation, All World: Greatest Hits and take things to new heights. His 'best-of collection is a sequel to the first titled All World 2: Greatest Hits and features songs ranging from his So's debut to his current tracks. Oprah Won't Bring Current Talk Show To Cable OPRAH WINFREY LOS ANGELES Daytime's biggest talk show queen will not be importing "The Oprah Winfrey Show" to her cable network when it ends its network television run in September 2011 ... at least not in the format that it currently exists. Jackson For A&E Miniseries Begins Dec. 13th In this September 2009 publicity image released by A&E, the Jackson brothers, from left, Jackie, Mailon, Tito and Jermaine, from the A&E original series, "The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty," are shown. NEW YORK --As the old saying goes, "If you like this kind of thing, you'll like this." If you're a fan of Michael Jackson (always offstage, but seldom out of mind), or even the observable members of. the Jackson 5 Marlon, Tito, J .ackie and J ermaine -you might enjoy this time spent with them. The six-hour A&E series premieres at 9 p.m. EST, Sunday, De-c. 13, with backto-hack episode' s. point of those first two hours comes when J ermaine Jackson cries. Tearfully, he recalls the dark days of 1976, when the rest of the group leaped to CBS Records while only he stayed behind at Motown, being loyal, he says, "to where we started." The premise of the miniseries (at least when filming started last January) seems to center on the Jackson 5, including Michael, reuniting for their 40th anniversary. The other four brothers start planning a tour and a new album-"the best album we ever made!" Jackie says. c m en 0 Chris Brown's New Album 'GraHiti' In Stores Todav 0 m (") m s: m m :::0 CD 1\) 0 0 c.o NEW YORK, NY --Jive Records multi-platinum recording artist Chris Brown is set to release his third album Graffiti, today, December 8th, on the heels of the successful launch of his 18-city Fan Appreciation Tour. The album's first single, 'I Can Transform Ya' featuring Lil Wayne and producer Swizz Beatz (who also pro duced the track), has climbed 'T1 r-0 :::0 en m z to the Top Ten on Billboard's i Mainstream R&B / Hip-Hop m and Rhythmic radio airplay r;. chatts. The hit single has sold over 355K combined digital rand mobile units and is hold-1 m ing steady in the Top 10 on. ::! the iTunes music vicieo chart. Z The 20-year-old's, multi-'tJ entertainer's video clip for ffi the track is in heavy rotation C on MTV, MTV Jams, MTV en Hits, Music Choice and was ffi recently added to BET and 0 FUSE. m < m Tupac Song Selected For Vatican Plavlist c m en 0 Music from late rapper Tupac Shakur has been included as part of the Vatican's official MySpace Music playlist. The seat of the Catholic Church released a list of 12 songs onto the social networking Web site's streaming music service this week when the site launched in the United Kingdom. Among selections froni Mozart, Muse and Dame Shirley Bassey is U1e slain rapper's song "Changes," was released two years after his shooting death on a greatest hits alburp. in 1998. "The genres are very different from each other, but all these artists share the aim to reach the heait o{good minded people," the Vatican wrote on its official MySpace Music page. As of Thu_rsday night, "Changes" 'had been played more than '4 million times on the Web site. The list was compiled by Father Giulio Neroni, artistic director of church publisher St Paul's Multimedia.' He was also responsible for compiling the Vatican's recent Alma Mater album, which combined TUPACSHAKUR Gregorian chants and prayers 'with classical music and the vofce-of Pope Benedict XVI speaking :in five.lan-gu.ages. .,. The lyriC"s.of "Changes" desci-ibe Shakur's desire to change a grim life of drugs, crime and on the streets Lyrics of the song which is labeled as ... include 'Is life wortp !iVihg; should I blast myself?:! .':!.Gi:Ve.the crack to the kids, who the hell cares, one moqth on the welfare," and "My stomach hurts, si:i:rln l9oking for a purse to snatch." At another point, sings: "Cause both black white are smokin' crack tonight." )> z 0 .C> m ..... w

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(J') Funerals/Memoriams co 0:: w m w (.) w 0 0 CJ) w ::> 1-0 0:: u. 0 z <( 0 CJ) w ::> 1-> a: w > w 0 w :X: CJ) ::i m ::> ,a. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m I ...J w z i= z w CJ) <( 0 a: 0 ...J u. MRS. SARAH MITCHELL CARLEY Homegoing services for Mrs. Sarah Mitchell Carley, 89, of 3209 Cord Street, who passed away in her sleep on Sunday, December 6 2009, will be held Thursday, December 10, 2009, at 11 a. m. at Fortieth Street Baptist Church, 6020 N. 40th, Rev. Dr. George Saddler, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sarah Mitchell Carley was a native of Thomasville, Georgia, and was raised in Daytona Beach, Florida. She spent the last 68 years in Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Jim and Mamie Mitchell; and siblings, James Thomas Mitchell, William James Mitchell and Lucille Thomas. She loved her family and friends and was a selfless person who generally loved helping other people without the need for acknowledgement. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Before her illness she was an active member of Fortieth Street Baptist Church, where she volunteered; including her service on the building committee. She leaves to cherish her memories: her children, Flossie L. Gaines, Eddie Oscar Simpson, John Earl Simmons, James Simmons, Robert Louis Simmons, Leroy Simmons and Clarence Simmons; niece, Louise Thomas; cousins, Addie Sailor, Trudi Willis and Maddie Brown; daughters-inlaw, Rebecca Simmons, Diana Scott-Simmons and Della Simmons; 13 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and 4 great, great grandchildren; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held Wednesday, December 9th, from 4-7 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Thursday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME www .aikensfuneralhome.net Fax (813 ) 231-0.521 l.I't our finnil}'t3tl'l't'M'e'ofyour filmily. We m-e the key Lon fin ewu..iqualitysenice .. Harmon Funeral Home John \V. Hannon, L .F.D. Ja1nes H annon, L F. D 5002 N 40th St. 626-8600 HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOTHER JANIEBEA TIMS-STATEN From your family. We love you always. Children, Don Juan, Lorraine, Elaine, Lorenzo and Frank; grandkids and great grandkids. We are family forever. Dec. 9, 1935-RIP. IN LOVING MEMORY LUCIO US MCDOWELL July 25,1933-December 8, 2006 Gone, but never forgotten. Pop, oh how we miss you. Your love, your wisdom and your heart of gold From your children, Judge Barbara J. Mobley, Curtis McDowell and Maxwell E. McDowell. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANTONIO MIDDLETON, SR. 12/3/80 -12-13-07 We're wishing you a happy 29th birthday. Our hearts stay heavenly. Missing you so very much. Love, your mother, Barba and stepfather, Keith, your brothers, Taura and Ervin and your kids, Antonio and Zerquish Middleton and your babymama, Meka. CARD OF THANKS SIS. BLONNIE BAKER The family of Sis. Blonnie Baker wishes to extend our heartfelt thanks to those of you who sent flowers and cards and all acts of kindness during the heartbreaking loss of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother. A very special thanks to: Rev. Dr. Bartholomew.Banks and the #1 Choir, and the St. John Progressive M B. Church. Thank you Sis. Queen Miller for your reflection. A very special thanks to Mrs. Deloris Ming, who is the epitorqe of the word "neighbor." God bless you one and all, forever love. The Family. ON BEHALF OF THE FAMILY OF THE LATE BEN.JAMIN 'BILLY' FELDER We wish to extend our sincere gratitude and deep. appreciation for each act of kindness shown to us during out time of bereavement. Whether you called or stopped by in person to offer your condolences, or cooked us a fantastic meal, or said a prayer or kept us in your prayers, or sent an inspiring card or telegram, or sent aromatic flowers and beautiful keepsake plants, or cried -or laughed -with us, or shared your treasured memories -or reminisced with us about ours, or did anything -whether big or small -to help ease our pain, we thank you, and we want you to know that our very hearts were so deeply touched! t Local Former Bav Area Pastor Passes Awav In Texas Elder R. H. Howard, w h o past o r e d in Tampa f o r 22 year s, passed awa y o n Saturday, Decembe r 5, 2009 afte r a bri e f hospital stay He wa s 81 y ea r s old. Elder Howard, described as renown gospel minister, came to Tampa as pastor for Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church in March, 1967. He resigned in October 19 and returned to Austin, Tehs. He was the pastor of Shiloh P. B. Church, Bastrop, TX J!,.s pastor of New Salem, National Elder Howard S [Warh ea d e d many p r o j ec t s in c ludin g th e buildin g o f a n e w e di f ice. Th e co n g r ega ti o n m ove d in t o i I s n e w edifice in 1969 and in June 1 976, the m ortg age burning ce r emony w as h e ld Elder W. J. Williams, P astor of Mt Moria h P B Church is, th e current mod e r ator. In 2003, Elder Howard celebrated 50 years in the ministry. Elder Howard and his wife of 21 years, Doris .Palmer Kelley, served as parents to 10 children, 1 now deceased. Funeral arrangements, which will be held in Tex a s are incomplete at this time. White House Social Chair Under Fire over Partv Crashers She arrived in Washington with more of a splash than any White House social secre tary before her, and n o wonder: Desiree Rogers had obvious style, wealth, a Harvard MBA, years of corpo rate experience, and friends at the top, most importantly Barack and Michelle Obama. She defined her goal as nothing less than bringing life to the Obama presidency. And she pulled off a series of innovative, high-wattage events that seemed to be doing just that. She even got the nation' s governors to dance in a Conga line Now Rogers is under with ering scrutiny for her office's role in the infamous security breakdown at the state dinner. A woman with a reputation as a consummate perfec -AIKENS FUNERAl-HOME Sarah Carley, Tampa. Lekenya Cooper, Tampa. Samuel Godbolt, Sr., Tampa. Vina Vinna Scott, Tampa. Laura Thinn, Dade Citjr. EVERffi-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAl HOME Mrs. Vernell Mosley Butler, Riverdale, GA. Family Owned and Operated proOO..d the highest standard in funeral services fOf over 70 y ears. Ray Williams Funeral Home RhodH A Northam, Owners 301 N. 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Crime Man Shot During Robberv Attempt REGINALD WILLIAMS ... sl;wfrri the back during robbery attempt. Tampa Police are looking for two men responsible for a robbery and shooting that occurred Monday morning. According to reports, at 5 a.m., Reginald Williams, 31, was walking to a store in the area of Hillsborough Avenue and 44th Street .. As Williams crossed the street, police said he was con fronted by two men who got out of a vehicle. Police said the suspects made Williams lay down in the street. When he did riot have anything to give them he was shot once in the lower back Williams was transported to a local hospital and although he was alert and conscious at the scene, his condition is still listed as,crit ical. Police are looking for a Black male and white male in the shooing. No description of the suspect vehicle has been released. Bank Robberv suspect Arrested In Texas DORIAN WHITE PINELLAS COUN1Y-The United States Marshal Service special agents arrest ed Dorian White, 32, at a homeless shelter in Corpus Cristi, Texas, where he was staying under an alias name. White was being sought for allegedly robbing the Bank of America, 551 Tarpon Woods Boulevard, on November 6th. Pinellas County Sheriff's Detectives said White was dressed as a woman in a pur ple dress with black tights, a black wig, and a full face of makeup when he walked into the bank and implied he had a gun. White fled the bank on foot to a nearby neighborhood where he reportedly forced a citizen to drive him to a park in Safety Harbor. The citizen was released unharmed, and White was last seen in the park on foot. After White was identified, warrants were issued for his arrest, and he was arrested on December 3rd WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & Scott St. The hmng of a '5 an 1mportant dec:s1on that si1ou!ti r.ot sol:ly upon advef1isemenls Before ycu dec;de. ask us to send fOU 'hntten about and exp::nence! -i c m C/) c lounge Sting Results In 10 Arrests }< c m (') m s: m m ::tJ 00 1\) 0 0 CD WILLIE JENKINS .. Manager VADRY HAYES Tampa Police arrested 10 people during an undercover operation at Chair-Pal's Lounge, 3711 East Busch Boulevard. Police began surveillance on the bar in early July 2009 after receiving numerous complaints about drug activ ity, loud noise and illegal parking issues. Surveillance confirmed that many employees, including the manager, were selling large amounts of drugs at the lounge. The Sentinel has learned there were also complaints about the alleged admittance of underaged girls and some having sex with men in the LISTARSLEY NARCISQ CRAWFORD .. ALVAREZ bar. . OffiCer obtained a search warrant for the bar and on Friday night, six employees !lnd four patrons were arrested. Also, police said several guns were seized during the operat!on. Police reports identified 8 of the 10 people arrested. They are: bar manager Willie Jenkins, 34, delivery of cocaine; Vadry Hayes, 41, trafficking in cocaine, possession of cocaine with intent to sell; Listarsley Crawford, 40, possession of cocaine; Narciso Alvarez, 47, pos session of cocaine; Ronald Johnson, 36, possession of LARRY HODGES DOMONIQUE JENKINS cocaine, possession of cannabis, fleeing and elud ing, possession of cocaine with intent to sell; Joshua 0 Warren, 27, possession and :!:! delivery of cannabis; Larry Hodges, 33, contempt of en court, and Domonique Jenkins, 18, possession of :::! cocaine, delivery of cocaine, Z m delivery of a controlled sub-r;-tD ? Woman Arrested, Man Solluht In Wai .. Mad Incident . r m :::! z "tt c tD r c;; :t: m The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office has issued a warrant for of a man in connection with a battery of a Loss Prevention Officer at a Wal-Mart Store. m;;m;;miTmllEii!iimrrmmsmrm l c m On Friday, deputies said Eunessa Lawson, 32, and Algernon West, 26, entered the WaJ-Mart at .11110 Causeway Boulevard. The couple tried to purchase a laptop computer using checks stolen from a burglary in Lakeland, deputies said. ) When Lawson and West were asked for identification, they began' to nia:ke a disturbance and loss prevention walked them to the front of the store to talk to them. When loss prevention again asked for their fication, deputies said West fled out the door with loss prevention officer, Kimberly Price, pursuing him to get a vehicle tag number. Lawson allegedly struck another loss prevention officer who was still able to detain her inside the store. Deputies said Price chased West through the parking lot where he :#pERNON WEST ... being sought by deputies in Wal-Mart incident entered a pick up truck. West pulled out of his parking space, turned toward Price, and intentionally struck her, deputies said. After Price fell to the ground, witnesses reported that. West ran over her with both fight, side tires. She was transported to a local hospital. No information has been released on her condition. Lawson is being held on charges of grand heft, uttering a forged instrument, resisting arrest, obstructing or opposing an officer, false name to law enforcement, EUNESSA LAWSON ..... in custody and two charges out of P9lk County. West is being sought on the same charges, and any one with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the Sheriffs Office at (813) 247-8200. ith peace and quiet better than a splendid with danger and risk." 1, 11, 14. < m -t c m C/) c )> z c ::tJ c .... U1

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CIa ssi'fied! s 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 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 pu r suant to 120 57(2), F S before the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board In accordance 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. Head Golf Professional: The Tampa Sports Authority (TSA) which manages the City of Tampa's three municipal golf courses, is seeking a Head Golf Professional for Rogers Park Golf Course. Responsibilities Include: Managing, coordinating, monitoring the daily pro shop and snack bar operations, outside support staff activities, ensuring the proper physical presentation and flow of play, monitoring cash control, providing customer service to golf patrons answering complaints, suggestions and general inquiries. Minimum Qualifications: Graduation from High School or possession of a GED. Must possess a valid Florida Driver's License and be certified as a PGA Class "A" Professional or Four (4) years of appropriate experience may substitute for the required PGA Class "A" Cert i fication. Forward Resumes to Human Resources, Tampa Sports Authority, 4201 North Dale Mabry, Tampa FL 33607, Fax : (813) 350-6641 or e-mail: dsmith@tampasportsauthority.com no Later than December 15, 2009 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THE FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN ACCEPTS VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS AND DEBIT CARD PAYMENTS VIA PHONE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUBMISSION CITY OF TAMPA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS PROGRAM AND HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT FOR THE 2008 PROGRAM YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2009 Notice is hereby given that on December 23, 2009 the City of Tampa will submit to the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the Community Development Block Grant Program, Home Investment Partnerships Program, Emergency Shelter Grants Program, and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS This report consists of a summary of activities undertaken, a financial summary and the progress achieved in the programs through September 30, 2009 A copy of this Consol i dated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report is available at the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library 900 North Ashley Street, or City Clerk's Office, 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida, 33602, where it may be examined by the general public during regular business hours. 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