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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area ..,., c:c c a: Q ...I LL. VOL. 66 NO. 10 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2010 48 PAGES 75 Holy Day Of Atonement 2010 Comas To Tampa SEE PAGE 2-A NAACP To Host Fair Districts Forum SEE PAGE 4-A Officials Try To Identify Decomposed Body Found In Field SEE PAGE 3-A Proverb A friend is the one who praises you when you are not there. ,.. SEE PAGE 3-A YOUNG LADIES SPEND DAY IN THE PARK Gail Peters, Martha Kitchen and Linda Sanders took advantage of the beautiful weather on the last official summer holiday to enjoy food, fun and friendship. The picnic at MacFarlane Park was hosted Harram Court #96 and Harram Temple #23. (Photography by BRUNSON)


0 o Features N 'f:j"N a: w m w 1-a.. w en Holv oav Of Atonement 2010 Comes To Tampa Activist Addresses Sacrifices Made, Importance Of Black Vote >-<( c a: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A month ago, members of the Tampa community voted in the Primary Election. As predicted, the voter turnout was low. HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN However, one community activist feels people have for gotten the sacrifices made that allowed African Ameri cans to participate in the vot ing process. She also warns that if African Americans do not cast ballots, much of the progress that has taken place will be lost. On Sunday, October 17th, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will be visiting the Tampa Bay area for "The Holy Day Of Atonement 2010." The Honorable Minister will be speaking on the 15th an C niversary of The Million Man fE March at the Tampa Convene tion Center. The service will Z begin at 2 p.m. c( "We have come painfully to the conclusion that we need c en w ::::) l-it w each other desperately," said Minister Farrakhan. "GOd has given us gifts, shllis and talents that must be gath ered, harnessed, organized and structured in a way that will enable us to lift our people from where we are, to where God wants us to be." The Nation Of Islam feels there is no better time; there is no more historic occasion than the 15th anniversary com memoration of the historic Million Man March to mobi Hze and organize people nationally. For more information about the Holy Day of Atonement, please contact Ali Muham..: mad at (813) 965-7988 Ms. Ann Jenkins said, "I have a major concern with the way we turned out during the Primary Election. Our turnout was extremely low, and as a result, we lost seats that we should have won. We cannot sit back and allow the Republicans to win the ma jority of the seats." "We have come too far to let the government make us take a huge step back. We must push forward to con. tinue to build the momentum towards gaining equality," > w c w ::I: AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE en :J m ::::) a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. FREEProftJssional SIJI'IIicll! Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work No Recovery, No Fee Investigators-If there is a dispute on how the ac cident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery ( Specializing In: Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Inci dents, Loss Wrongful Death And More ... c( le B. Patty Loca l: Toll Free: 1-866-352-4?00 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week _..._ _.... _________________________ __, MS. ANN JENKINS Community Activist she said : Voting Is A Privilege Although many individu als in Hillsborough County have been convicted of felonies, many may be un aware that their rights are not automatically restored,. Anyone convicted of a felony must apply with the Clemency Board to have their rights restored. Last month, more than 8,ooo names in Hillsborough County were purged from the voter's rolls. Ms. Jenkins said she is concerned that once a person had his or her-rights restored, they may not actually vote. She wonders how many of the people on the list of 8,000 could vote, but did not. Voter Apathy "When I hear my brothers and sisters using negative statements such as, 'They are going to do what they want anyway, so why bother? or 'It really won't make a difference ,' it really upsets me. "They aren t taught in school about the Middle Pas sage, which was the journe y of slave ships coming from Africa to the Americas. Slaves were packed like sardines in ships with shackles on their hand and feet." Ms. Jenkins said that while niany may not recog nize such names as Ida B. Wells, Mary Terrell, the Moss Brothers, or Denmark Vesey, they should know about the sacrifices others made. Some who made supreme sacrifices for freedom include Medgar Evers, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ms. Rosa Parks, and thousands of slaves who lost their lives in the fight for freedom. "Every Civil Right that African Americans now pos sess, including the right to vote, was brought into exis tence by many years of lost lives, struggles, pain and heartache." ., Ms. Jenkins encourages those who did not vote dur ing the Primary Election to find out if they can vote in November. If they can, she urges to vote "The opportunity to vote is the only true an.d uncom promised voice of power we have. 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"TT Features :a Widow Sues Sherin Over Man's laser Death On September 11 2008, Roney Wilson, 46 died after he was tasered by a Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs deputy. It has been reported that his widow, Angela Wilson, has filed a suit against Hillsbo rough Sheriff David Gee and three deputies involved in the incident. Wilson's family call9-1-1 in 2008 after he became upset, climbed into his mother's vehi cle, punched out the wind shield and would not come out. Wilson reportedly had a his tory of mental illness, and the family had previously commit ted him for psychiatric evaluation under the state's Baker Act. The suit filed by his widow contends three deputies, Mary Angelo, Jessica Guthrie RONEY WILSON ..... widow filed lawsuit for his laser-related death. and Dustin Hartline, a,cted beyond their discretionary departmental authority by first shocking Wilson, then shack ling him and later hog-tying him. The shocks did not work on Wilson, who struggled with deputies, but did cause him pain, according to the lawsuit. The suit seeks more than $15,000 in damages, alleges the Sheriffs Office was negli gent, and the deputies used ex cessive force. The Sheriffs Office has de nied the allegations and said the deputies acted in good faith and used lawful ; reasonable arid necessary force. They also said Wilson was impaired by drugs and alcohol. The Medical Examiner's Of fice concluded -that Wilson died from agitated delirium, a condition often associated wi_th taser-related deaths. Deputv lniured In TraHic Crash Continues To Improve en m "'C -i m s: tD m :a 1\) 1\) 0 The Hillsborough County Sheriffs d e ptity injured in a traffic crash September 16th is continuing to improve. Deborah Walker, a 26year-veteran was injured when her cruiser was crushed by a crane at Hillsborough Avenue and 56th Street. Deputy Walker suffered five broken ribs, a 10-inch cut on her arm, a sprained neck, bruised lungs and a bruised spine. Still hospitalized, Deputy Walker has declined to be interviewed at this time. DEPUIY DEBORAH WALKER ..... 0 OHicials Trv To IdentifY Decompossed Bodv "TT r 0 :a The County Sheriffs Office reports that on Monday, a passerby discovered a decomposing body 15 feet off an empty stretch of Walker Road north of Harney Road in Thonotossassa. According to spokesperson Debbie Carter, the body is that of a Black male and it C appears it had been at that )> location 4 to 5 days. The body has been turned Z over to the Medical Examiner's Office who will determine the m cause of death. At this time it is being investigated as a death investigation. r tD c: r r m :::! z "'C c: tD c: en :::t m c m < m :a < -i c: m en c )> z c "TT :a c


o I I N ffi NAACP To Host Fair Districts Florida Communitv-Forum m w 1-a. w en c a: LL ...... ...-&a.._ MS. DEIRDRE MACNAB .. President of the League ofWomen Voters of Florida BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of .the Hillsbo rough County Branch of the NAACP will host the Fair Districts Florida Community Forum. The event will take place at the C University Area Community a: u. Development Center, 14013 c N. 22nd Street, Thursday, September 30, from 6 p.m. >to 8p.m. Panelists and attendees f3 will discuss Fair Districts Florida Amendments 5 and 1w : > w c w :::z::: en :::i m a. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= MRS. BETI'Y REED ... State Representative 6 that will appear on the General Election ballot on November 2. The amendments address the boundaries and redistricting reform. Every ten years, following the Census, Congressional and State Legislative Districts are required to re define or gerrymander, vot ing districts based on popu lation. The two amendments call for new legislation that would require the districts to be determined by natural existing boundaries (such as ffi en Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims LL Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls MRS. CAROLYN COLUNS ... President, Hillsborough County Branch NAACP a river) or county lines. The meeting is to draw attention to situations that currently exist in the politi cal arena. More Floridians are registered Democrats than there are Republicans. However, Republicans greatly outnumber Democrats in both the House of Representatives and the State Senate. Rob Lorei, of WMNF Radio Station will serve as the Moderator. The featured speakers are Ms. Deirdre MacNab, President of the www.stringerlaWfirm.com l Before choosing a lawyer, ask for written information about the lawyer's legal qualifications and experience. LEON RUSSELL ... Vice President, NAACP National Board of Directors. League of Women Voters of Florida and Rev. Charles McKenzie, State Coordinator of Rainbow PUSH. The panelists include State Representative Betty Reed; Leon Russell, Vice President, National NAACP Board of Directors; Attorney Charlie Burr; Patrick Manteiga, Editor and Publisher of La Gaceta; and Mark Proctor, Political Activist. Mrs. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP said, "I agree with everything REV. CHARLES MCKENZIE .. State Coordinator for Rainbow PUSH President (Barack) Obama said in 2oo6. We now have a system where too often our representatives are selecting the voters as opposed to the voters selecting the representa tives." "Amendments 5 and 6 have a strong chance to improve the integrity of the voting process. The imple mentation of these amend ments will allow the citizens to experience the end of ger rymandering," she sai<:J.. She further stated that the state judicial department removed Amendment 7 from:the ballot. FRIIIYES Realtor Future Realty Do You Need A Short Sale? Is Your Mortg!Jge : Upside Down''f:


Editorials Columns :a FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL c. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) 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 TOYNETIA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-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 Hun N' Pun Steele Comes To Tampa Bav L eave it to Michael Steele to make a big-but-curious entrance into Tampa Bay. Reminding many of Carlton Banks, the preppy foil of Will Smith's Will, on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the "HNRCC" (Head National Republican Committee Chairman) recently rode into town on a fire-engine red bus splashed with the question, "NEED A JOB?" and supplied by the answer, "FIRE PELOSI!" Yes, the boys are back in town! The Republicans are on the warpath, with Conservative Tea Party war paint, while their favorite do-man bangs a GOP bass drum. Ringling, Barnum and Bailey, look out! But what does he want, here in our neck of the Bay? Replies M-Steele, "This is the new generation of Black Republican!" Yeah, right! Then how come he still sounds like-tlte old-typical-traditional anal-retentive pachyderms, whose only political platform seems to be the sentence, "Me no like Obama?" Forgive us, l\lr. Steele, but a Black face among grey wolves is simply not enough to make the three little piggies open their ballot box to let you in ... "No, not by the hair of our chinny-chin-chins!" Voting On c onstitutional Amendments 1 And 2 Listen. Don't fail to vote early or get to the polls early on November 2nd and take your time reading the ballot. Along with voting for candidates, focus on the six proposed constitutional amendments awaiting your "yeah," or "nay.". Here are two of those amendments, and this is what we think about them. Amendment One (Repeal of Public Campaign Fi nancing Requirement) wants to repeal a state constitution provision that would reqUire public financing 9fthe campaigns of those canqidates for statewide offices who agree to campaign spending limits. Why vote for something that would give a blessing to runaway state candidate spending? We oppose this amendrnnent. Two (Homestead Ad Valorem. Tax Credit for. Deployed Military Pe_rsonnel) would pro ... vide additional homestead property tax exemption for members of our military who served on active duty outside the United States in the previous year. We wholeheart;edly support this amendment. What you do in the voting is your business. IJowever, we've shared with you what we believe is the We hope it helps you when you make up your mind. End 'Don't Ask-Don't Tell' B elieve what you want to believe, but I've got a news flash for a lot of you_ News flash! There are gay and lesbian citizens serving in the United States Armed Services even as you read this article_ A second news alert is that they are there now, they will be there to morrow and they will always be there. It is well documented that many gay and lesbian mili tary people have served with valor, honor and distinction. But, no one is fooled. We all know that they are there. We just choose to pretend that they are not. In fact, we have come up with a policy that clearly spells out that America wants to pretend that we don't know. The policy is called, 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'. The policy was passed There I was, once again, in my favorite spoon, seated at my favorite table, when in pops my sometime-buddy, J. nquin Hines (better known as "Hineparts," for short). He slid in on the opposite side of the table, snatched up an empty cup and proceeded to pour himself a cup of my coffee. "Good morning, Brother Hines," I smiled cordially. "That's DOCTOR HINES to YOU, or it soon will be," said Mr. -GrumpyDrinking My Coffee! "How soon will it bei' "Oh, in the next year or two ... maybe less ... I don't know," he grinned. how the bloody-blue blazes, do you expect to pull that off? Do you realize peo ple have to endure four years to earn a bachelor's degree, then go to graduate school that's if they pass a night marish 4-hour Graduate Records Exam -to receive a two-year opportunity to get ..a Master's degree, then finally another year or two iri order to receive an Ed. D., or Ph. D. (Doctor of Philoso phy) degree? into law under the presi dency of William "Bill" Clinton. The policy is simple. It says, we won't ask you and don't you tell us and nobody will know. For years that was cool. Gays and lesbians didn't want anybody to know. Today, all of that has changed. More and more people are being very open about their sexual orienta tion. As a result, they no longer want to be silenced by the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' po licy. In short, the policy needs to be ended. During these days of terrorist hatred toward the United States, many people just want to be protected and kept safe from these people. We don't care who does the protecting, as long as it is done well and very effecHow the devil do you ex pect to do all that, in two years or less, you foolish ras cal, you?" That's what I wanted to say. But what I said was, "Brother Hines, what institution do you intend to enter that would allow you to receive a doctor ate in such an expedient fashion?" Hineparts. looked at me, "Whatchou mean 'expedient fashion?' Ain't nobodytalkin' about no fashions! I am talkin' about goin' back to schoQl to get what you got, which I pre-zoom is a quality educapon! I just aim to get it in record I apologized. "What I meant to say," I "was what school will you be at. tending?" "Well, why didn't you say so, instead uh talkin' about wearin' some expedi. ent fashions?" huffed Hineparts. Then he brightened up and announced, "Come this fall semester, I'm en-rollin' (p\ltting emphasis on the "rollin"') at Snott-grass Uni versity Wy-mauma Cam pus." Hineparts sat back in his tively. It takes a courageous soul to volunteer to go to CJ) war in a strange land that is occupied by a bunch of American-hating fanatics who will stop at nothing to kill you. :::C Many of America's best allies allow gays and lesbians 1\l to serve openly m their 0 armed forces with no problems. If these countries have been able to make it work, why can't the United States? Even Repub licans say ending the policy is the right thing to do. They just won't vote to do it. For those who oppose end ing the policy because of re ligious reasons, I missed the news bulletin where some body made you God. They tell me that it is written in the Bible that we should judge ye not. Christians tell me that God is the Creator of all mankind. Doesn't that in clude gays and lesbians? Congress, get off your high horses and end a policy that has outlived its usefulness, if it ever had any! And ... may God bless America! seat like a self-righteous rooster. Eyes staring out into space, he didn't notice I al most choked on my swallow "T'I" r 0 :::c c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r llJ c r r !!1 z of coffee. With watery eyes, I wheezed, "Do you mean 'Snod-grass?" "Naw," he aJ barked, "I mean 'SNOTTGRASS," like what comes out ::1: your nose when you sneeze!" "And what are you going to major in?" I inquired. "AD VANCED TONSORIAL MANICURING," clucked Mr. Rooster. "I will be re-SEE ving my doc-TORIAL in Ad vanced Tonsorial Manicurin'! And it will only cost me a measly 45 grand!" "SAY WHAT??" I almost li1 < m """" .c: m CJ) c )> z c spat in my orange juice. "You j} heard me," Hineparts said. c And then he smiled, "As a matter of fact; my recruiterone of the prettiest women I done ever seen in my life crossed legs, my hand, looked at my cuticles and assured, me that when I got my Ph.D. in Advanced Tonsorial Manicuring, I'd be the best rascal doin' what I'm doin' who ever did what I did!" "Hineparts, have you ever heard of the word, "BAMBOOZLED?" That's what I wanted to say. But what I finally said was, "Well, Good Buddy, congratulations," and shook Hineparts' hand. But he wasn't looking, I just Ul shook my head. :i>


0 National Loca Nf-----------------------------------------------------------------------o::t N a: w ID :E w 1-a. w Anornev: Atlanta Pastor Groomed Young Men For Sex (f) ATLANTA, GA them to a point of engaging in a sexual relationship," the suits allege. Allegations that a prominent o Atlanta pastor coerced two 0: young male church members LL and employees into sex are "a One of the men, Anthony Flagg, 21, alleges in his suit that Long took him on overnight trips to a half dozen American cities in recent years. 0 case of retaliation and a shakedown for money by men with some serious credibility issues," the pastor's spokesman told CNN Wednesday. Pastor Eddie Long "cate gorically and adaiil.antly denies these allegations," said spokesman Art Franklin. "There's been a lot of chatter, but these complaints that have been filed are definitely without merit." Lawsuits filed Tuesday in DeKalb County, Georgia, allege that Long used his position as a spiritual author-ity and bishop to coerce young male members and PASTOR EDDIE LONG employees of his New Birth Missionary Baptist Church into sex. "Defendant Long has a pat tern and practice of singling out a select group of young male church members and using his authority as Bishop over them to ultimately bring "Long shared a bedroom and engaged in intimate sex ual contact with plaintiff Fh1gg including kissing, mas saging, masturbating of plaintiff Flagg by defendant Long and oral sexual contact," the suit says. The other man, Maurice Murray Robinson, 20, claims Long took him to Auckland, New Zealand, in October 2008 for his 18th birthday and engaged in oral sex with him, Robinson's suit alleges. a: ---------------------------------------------------------------------LL 0 z <( 0 (/) w ::::) 1> a: w > w House Okavs Small Biz Jobs Bill NEW YORK-One week after the Senate passed a $42 billion bill aimed at helping small businesses, the House voted Thursday to send the bill to President Obama's desk. The measure, which passed the House in a Main Street and enacts about $12 billion in tax breaks. The president will sign the bill into law on Monday. 0 237 to 187 vote, is aimed at creating soo,ooo jobs, according to a Senate summary of the hill. The Small Business Jobs Act also is "The small business jobs bill passed today will help provide loans and cut taxes for mil lions of small business owners without adding a dime to our nation's deficit," said Obama in a statement released Thursday. ...J m intended to make credit more available for ::::) a. z i= w ...J ...J :::J ID ...J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ...J LL AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! Qp: .. GIBBS & PARNElL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. P. GfBBS, ESQ MATTHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ THOMAS E. PARNELL ESQ ERIC M MOORE. ESQ_ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK. MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, : OR All ............ (813) 975--4444 1--800--711--5452 722 E. AVE TAN\PA. FL 33612 VV vV vV. C I B I) SAN [) I) A R N F : L L. C 0 M OUR FIRM IS RATED DALE-HUBBELL, THE RATING FOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE. The Hirlf18Jf A Lawyer I& An Important De3iclon That Should Not Be Ba sed Solely Upon Advertisement. Biforo. You Decidie A s k Us 70 Send You FREE Wrilttm Ill/ormation A/Jout Our Qualifications And Experie11ce. Mavor To Be Guest Speaker At Eastern Heights Meeting SAM MOBLEY Eastern Heights Association President BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Mayor Pam Iorio has agreed to be the guest speaker at the Eastern Heights Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch meeting on October 21st, 6:30 p.m. at Williams Park. Sam Mobley, president, said he's excited the Mayor agreed to attend their meeting and hopes residents will take advantage of the opportunity. "This will be the chance for voices to be heard about what's going on in Eastern Heights. A lot of people in this area feel overlooked, and this MAYOR PAM IORIO will give tliem a chance to ask questions and voice concerns." "We'd like to feel the city is on our side and will be there for us when we call. Few peo ple outside of Eastern Heights know about what we have to deal with in this area." Mobley said several forums he's attended has given him vital information to bring back to his community to share with residents. "I know we're heading in the right direction. All we need is a little help and we can make tbis area a great place to live and raise your children." Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship PrQbate Social Security Wills Call Us. We Can Help. F. Kemi Oguntebi .. Attorney At Law 109 N. Armenia Avellue Tampa, FL 33609 The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be baSed solely upqn advertisements Before you decide ask us to send you FREE written information about our qualifications and experience! WAR'REN DAWSON 22 1-1800 14&lTIIDPI Park Plaza @ NebraSila Ave. & Scan St. ...,..e 1'1' 1g cf: I: .. Jer s J"' :'" :iJ' j J::" Eefo .cu c:e sene J;,, .. JCO\..: ::.J rf c;: ,i": e':C:


Local Citv Council Votes Unanimouslv For 29th Street To Be Renamed In Honor Of Rev. Abraham Brown On Thursday, City Council woman, Gwen Miller, made the motion and it was unani mously accepted that they look into getting 29th Street re named in honor of the late Rev. Abraham Brown. Rev. Brown lost his battle with cancer on September nth. Rev. Brown's church, First Baptist Church of College Hill and Abe Brown Ministries are both located on 29th Street. Council chair, Thomas Scott, said the next step is for City Ad ministration to review the pro posal, then return to Council with their recommendations. More than likely, both names will appear on the signs. City Administration will come back within 30 days with sug gestions, because there is a cost factor. Mavor Proposes Changes To Ordinance For Non-Profit Groups BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Acting on the scandal that in volved former Lowry Park Zoo CEO, Lex Salisbury, Mayor Pam Iorio said she will be tightening the reins on non profits groups that get money from the city. An investigation revealed that Salisbury allegedly took more than $200,000 in city supplies and animals to build his private animal park, and convinced former zoo executive committee members to sign off on the deal. A proposed ordinance would require non-profit groups that get city funding to abide by a se ries of ethical standards, includ ing limits on financial dealings between senior staff, governing boards and for-profit groups. The proposed ordinance was presented for a first reading to the City Council Thursday, and if approved, the rules would cover two dozen non-profits. Non-profits would be required to adhere to the rules if they want to qmtinue receiving city funds, according to Tampa's Convention Center, Tourism, Recreation and Cultural Arts Administrator, Santiago Corrada. "If a non-profit violates the rules, it would have to pay back the money and would be barred from receiving funds for at least a year." Corrada said some of the non-profits have already adopted the ethical guidelines. CLASS BANKING, ""' -"'-y Service Understanding Passi (/) m z :::! z m r-m c: r r m :::! z "'C c: m l en ::::t m c m < m ::0 < -4 c: m (/) c )> z c 'T1 ::0 c


0 Local : Hubbard Familv.Ministries m College Hill COGIC To Recognize Grandparents Celebrates 10th Anniversarv w en <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ::l 1w > w c w ::1: en ::::i D ::l ll. z i= w ..J ..J ::l m I ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL <( I co w (!) Hubbard Famil y Ministries (HFM) Founder/President Josephine Hubbard shared recently that since it began in the year 2000, God has blessed HFM to offer a variety of min istry events to families and in dividuals in Tampa Bay and throughout the nation. The ministry expanded in 2006 and established The Line of Deborah (LOD), a weekly free intercessory prayer and teaching ministry that convenes each Thursday at 8:30p.m. by conference call. To participate on this prayer line call the min istry office at (813) 831-5114 to obtain the LOD telephone number and access code. Women throughout Tampa Bay and the nation are invited to attend the HFM Line of Deborah Women's Empowerment Conference scheduled September 30 October 2, 2010. The PASTOR JOSEPHINE HUBBARD conference location is Keeney United Methodist Church, 7736 Destin Drive, Tampa, (33619), where Rev. Ronald C. Hubbard serves as the Pastor. The conference theme is: "Liv ing Stones Built Into God's Spiritual House" (1 Peter 2:5). A registration fee of $35 includes light snacks and Wordshop materials. Scholarships are HOPE OF SHILOH COMMUNITY CHURCH 3910 E. Conover Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 236-8353 DEACONS ORDINATION SERVICE Sunday, September 26, 2010 4 P. M. ELDER ROBERT E. BENN, SR. Pastor BROTHER JOHN ANDERSON BROTHER FRANK HOWARO 1924 E. Comanche (Behind Erwin Tech) Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 237-1924 Rev. Dr. Zacheiy Hudson, Pastor Sunday, 26, 2010 available for single mothers. You may register and pay on line. Conference speakers and int e rcessors are Pastors Josephine Hubbard, Bar bara Gainer and Patty Sod mont, Ministers Ruth Anaiah, Rookmin Bach, Sandraa Jubeark and Ruth Jordan of Tampa, FL, Minister Liz Curry, St. Petersburg, FL. Maryann Kirton, Miami, FL and Pia Veal, Atlanta, GA. The conference begins Thurs day, September 30th, TOO p. m. The Friday session starts with prayer at 9:30 a. m., "Word shops" 10 -12 noon, Elizabeth/Mary Connections in the afternoon, and a Healing/Com munion Service at 7 p. m. Saturday's session begins at 9:30 am and tbe conference closing session will convene at 4:30pm. On Sunday, September 26, 2010, the College Hill Church Of God In Christ will recog nize grandparents during the morning worship service. Among the grandparents to be celebrated will be the Even Now God is able to do exceedingly, abundantly abo\te all we can ask or think 915 S. Falkeriburg Rd. Tampa, Fl33619 www.countryinns.com/brandonfl for Reservations Call (813) 3l5-1777 Cost: Queen Standard Rooms: $67 +tax Queen Studio Suite: $77 + tax Amenities Include Complimentary Hot Breakfast Buffet Daily. Collference Sche.ule Thursday, September 301 2010 5:00 P.M. Registration 6:00P.M. Prayer 7:00 P.M. Opening Session Friday, October 1, 2010 9:30A.M. Prayer 10:00 A.M.1:00 P.M.Workshops 7:00 P.M. Healingfiommunion Service Saturday, October 2, 2010 9:30A.M. Prayer 10:00 A.M. -Workshops 12:00..2:00 P M -lunch 2:00 P.M. -Workshops 4 :30 P.M. Closing Session grandparents that are a part of the Grandparents/Relative Caregivers support group which is administered by the Family Enrichment Center (FEC), an outreach bf the Col lege Hill Church Of God In Christ. The program was developed in collaboration with the Grandparent and Kinfolk Caregivers Support Group and provides an opportunity for grandparents to meet and discuss issues that are relative to their role as grandparents acting as parents. Approxi mately So families are a part of the support group. Pastor Charles Davis, along with the College Hill church family, salutes grandparents and their untiring sacrifices to provide stability in the lives of their grandchil dren. Anyone interested in obtain ing mote information about the programs offered at the Family Enrichment Center may call (813) 237-2530. Middleto n Class Of 1911 The Middleton High Schoo of 1971 asks all classmates o join them to make plans fm he 40th Class Reunion. The will be held on Tues September 28, 2010, 6:30 tp. m. at Suncoast Schools Fed Credit Union, 1920 E. Hills !borough Ave. For more information, cal (813) 967-1315. MINISTIR ROOKIM BACH Tampa,Fl REGISTRAnON FEE $35 (Includes Ught Snacks) lo.ay www: ubbOrtlfamilyministrieS:org or Call (813) 831-5114 Mail Check or Money Order Payable To: Hubbard Family Ministries 4623 W. El Prado Blvd. Fl33,629


Local New Progress MB Church AKAs Present 'Denim And Pearls: A Casual IV Elegant Encounter' Fundraiser 3307 E. Shadowlawn Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 Rev. E. J. Williams, Sr., FOUNDER I PASTOR September 26, 201 0 9:30 a.m. Sunday school 11:00 a.m. Service G a mma Theta Omega Inc., in partnership with Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kapp a Alpha Sorority, Inc., will host its annua l fundraiser on October 23, 2010, at g:o8 p.m. The theme for the evening is "Denim & Pearls: A Casually Elegant Encounter. The event will be held at Channelside lmax The atre/Lounge, 615 Channel side, Tampa, 33602. According to Gamma Theta Omega Fall Activity Chair man, Ms. CaSandra Washington, guests are asked to wear their best pearls and jeans. Admission includes hor d'oeurves, networking and musical entertainment by the dynamic DJ Sugar Bear from Atlanta; saxophonist ex traordinaire, Jarred Armstrong from St. Petersburg; and spoken word performance by the artist of "Black Girl I Ca5andra Washington ... Chair Speaks," Talitha V. Anyabwele, Tampa For over a century, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority has pro vided programs focused on is sues such as family, community, education and First Baptist Church Of College Hill's MALEC RUS ay, September 25, 2010 5 P.M. First Baptist Church Of College Hill N. 29tli Street Tampa, 33610 Come out and share in this exciting evening of worshipping and praising God in song. Some of the featured guests will be Bro. George Shivers and the Exciting Gospel Warriors, St. John Progressive Male Chorus, G reater Mt. Moriah Male Chorus, New Salem Church Voices of Power, Soloist, Jeffery Neal, Praise Dancer, Donnie Fesser and other great Male Choruses of the city. Don't Miss This Great Program. If You Do, You Will Regret HI!! W i lliams & Bro. Jospeh Williams -Program Chairpersons Rodney Lasing President Dr. Evan Burrows -Sr. Pastor government. Mrs. Dianna Allen Quin, President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter notes that the chapter has been serv ing the Tampa Bay area for 70 years by providing educational support to many deserving students and by offering nu merous community service programs. "Gamma Theta Omega Chapter members are proud of the chronicles of his tory that show evidence of successful community initia tives and scholarship pro grams implemented," stated Mrs. Allen-Quin. The "Denim & Pearls" event will fund scholarship and community service initiatives in the local community. For further information about the event please visit the chapter's website at www akagto.com or call 813361-0163. 9:00 AM Sunday School 10:30 AM Sunday Morning Worship 7:00 PM Sunday Night Worship 6:30 PM Monday Night Corporate Prayer 7:00 PM Tuesday Night Bible Study 7:00PM Friday Night Evangelist Service Workshops The Sons & Daughters Of 9 :ooam. & !O:OOam -10:45am Oct 2 ; 2010 I.es B rown -The Daughters of Abrah3m Gala @ 6 :00pm .. ;I; :a c en m ""C -t m :i: m m :a 1\) 1\) 0 ...... 0 r-0 :!:! c )> en m z :::! z m r-m c: rrm :::! z ""C c:. m r-c;; J: m c m < m :a < -t c: m en c )> z c :a c


...J w z j:: z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL < I 0 ,... Faith Seminar of Tampa Bay Friday Sunday September 24th, 25th and 26th at 7:30pm f "Le arn How To Use Your Faith To Enhance Your Bishop N. J. Taylor Prevailing Word Worship Center 7002 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 813-620-1283 Rl Productions Presents A Raisin In The Oct. 11th At The Polk Theatre SP&C/;1/ $20.00 Where: Imperial Swan Hotel 4141 When: Saturday, Sept. 25 3PM Prices Go Back To Normal After New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Inc. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Saturday, September 25, 2010 10 A.M. -2 P.M. Rev. Dr. Walter J Williams, Pastor Clym Washington, President We Look Forward To Fellowshipping With YOU!!! Theme: "Men And Women Under The Divine Order Of God" 2 Corinthians 10:1-18 SPEAKERS: 10:50 A.M ..:. Sister Joanne Eady (New Bethel M. B. Church) 3:30 P. M. -Pastor Willie Marshall (Firehouse Christian Center) ---... -ress M.B. Chu rch smadO'Wia,wn Tampa, FL 33610 RiEila=i:ilia 25, 20 1 o 7:00PM "Co,me to the hospital-:Jesus is waiting for YOU!!" -Need a job, lost your peace of mind need a healing, Lost your home, need a finance breakthrough -how about a spiritual breakthrough. Well, 3 men of the Lord will bring HIS WORD .. SANDERS The Overcomers Church New Salem Primitive BaP-tist Church Pastor Theodis Lane, Sr. Is The Pastor Local Founders Of Communitv Garden Appeal To Communitv BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Frances Brooks and Maria OrtizHaynes put a lot of time and energy in cre ating a community garden. Both women did a lot of re search into garden projects in other areas, and found out how beneficial they could be. "When we made our pre sentation to the City Council, East Tampa Community Re vitalization Partnership and other community groups, we were optimistic because of all the support we received." MARIA ORTIZ-HAYNES AND FRANCES BROOKS "When we established the garden, a lot of people came out, but since then interest has disappeared, and the garden needs a lot of work." Ms. Brooks said they are planning to raise interest again in the project by ad dressing community leaders and attending meetings to let the community know the garden is still alive. "We are in a seasonal sition right now, and that means the garden needs to be replanted and weeded." "We would appreciate any help we can get with materi als for the garden and volunteers to help us keep it looking good." The Community Garden wa:s donated by property owner Brian Becker, and is located on East 28th Avenue, between wth and nth Streets. Ms. Brooks and Mrs. OrtizHaynes said they also plan to revisit area schools to get students in volved in the garden. Anyone interested in being a volunteer or learning more about the garden, can call (813) 247-2050, or (813) 234. 5065. Citizens Comminee To Host Communitv Event At Park BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the Citizens Committee will host a community event on Sun day, October 3. It will take place from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., at Al Barnes Park, (18th Av. enue Park) 2902 N. 32nd Street. Those in attendance will enjoy an afternoon of food, fun, and socializing for the entire family. The event is also designed to accomplish goals set by the organization. Committee members will concentrate on the need for citizens to become registered voters and to exercise that right. There will be a table for voter education, voter registration, and informa tion pertaining to early vot. in g MARVIN KNIGHT Citizens Committee Organizer Community awareness is also one the list of things the Committee plans to achieve. Healthcare is one of the priorities facing the African American commu nity. In keeping with that fact, the Committee will PEACE 'PROGRESSIVE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH / : 2607 E. 24th Avenue > Rev. Albert Gallman Jr., Pastor _,."'/ / Please Join Us For Our :Afternoon In White Service Sunday, September 261h 4 \Speaker: First Lady Sis. Wilma Gallmon \ ,.. Heart Of A WollN.ln" Psalm: 139:1 _... :'c'.i11e Peace Baptist Family Welcomes You" provide health screenings to those who wish to partici pate. Members of the City of Tampa Parks and Recre ation, who are serving as co sponsors, will be on hand as well as members of the Tampa Police Department and the Tampa Fire Department. Officers will discuss public safety issues and fire officials will address the need to have working smoke alarms in the event of a fire. Marvin Knight, organ izer of the Citizens Committee said that in addition to the food and drinks, elected officials will be in vited. There will be enter tainers providing both gospel and secular music, a DJ, and activities for citizens all ages. "Anyone who wants to vote in November must be registered by October 4th, the day after this event. We are going to hit and hit hard. We are going to register as many people as possible at event. We are inviting the community to come out and have a good time in the ,park," Knight said. Anyone wishing to participate in the event or who would like additional infor; mation can contact Knight at (813) 453-5690; Ms. Donna Douglas at (813} 760-07os; or Dwight Bolden at (813) 743-8779.


Former Detroit Airport CEO One Of Trespassers cause Prolems Two Finalists For TIA Top Post At a elmont Heights Estates Lester Robinson, 58, for mer CEO of th e Wayne County Airport Authority in Detroit, Michigan, is one of two finalists to become Tampa International Airports new Executive Director and CEO. Former TIA CEO, Louis Miller, now manages At lanta s Hartsfield-Jackson In ternational Airport, a position Robinson also interviewed for. Robinson was hired in LESTER ROBINSON 2002 by the seven-member authority that oversees De troit Metropolitan Airport until the board declined to give him a new contract in May, although praising his work. On September 29t", TIA's Board of Directors will decide between Robinson and Joseph Lopano, 55, Ex ecutive Vice President of Mar keting at the DallasFort Worth International Airport. :: m m :II 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 BELMONT HEIGHTS ESTATES Accident Sends Two To Hospital An accident at 21st Street and 21st Avenue Wednesday afternoon sent two people to the hospital with minor in juries, one of them a 3-year old. No names were released, but an officer at the scene reported that a car collided with a van at the intersection, sending the van into a curb in front of Mar tinez Cleaners. The driver of the van was nit injured, and the driver of the car was transported to the hos pital by someone at the scene. An investigation will deter mine who was at fault in the This was the scene at 21st Avenue and 21st Street that diverted traffic for almost an hour. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Janice Ward said she's very conscious of her com munity and the distractions that can take a child and turn them into a delinquent. But she says, that was not going to be the fate of her son. As a resident of Belmont Heights Estates, Ms. Ward said it has been a constant battle to deal with tres passers on the property, and in particular a teenager that has focused his attention on her and her son "Last month, my son went outside to stop some guys who had jumped on an older woman. Later, my apartment was burglarized." "During another incident; this young man brought a group of women to my apart ment, they surrounded me, and I had to use mace to es cape." Ms. Ward said she's called police on several occa sions about the teenager, and they do remove him from the premises. But in a few hours, he always returns. "What's really got me upset was an incident in June where this young man was stabbed. Because he has a REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS TO BE PLACED ON THE APPROVED CONSULTANT PROVIDER LIST The Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission is seeking applicants for placement on the agency's Approved Provider Consultant List beginning 10/1/2010 9/30/2012. The Planning Commission uses the Approved Provider Consultant Llit in selecting consultants for forthcoming projects. The Planning Commission is seeking qualified applicants to provide various consultant services, such as General Planning Services, Automation/Data Processing, Facilitation, Management Training, Graphic Design and Government Liaison Services. Service providers who have experience working with governmental planning projects in the Tampa Bay area, as well as women and' minority owned firms, are encouraged to respond. The Planning Commission is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants may submit an application at any time during this two-year period. To respond to this RFQ, submit the following items to Robert B. Hunter, FAICP, Executive Director, Planning Commission, PO Box 1110, Tampa, FL 33601-1110 or hand delivered to 18111 Floor, County Center, 601 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa. Requirements: Submit a letter of interest; a completed consultant information form (download at www.theplanningcommission.org/resources), three client references, aW-9 form; and no more than four typewritten pages addressing the following: (1) How the consultant is qualified and able to assist the Planning Commission in the respective consultation area (e.g. planning projects such as land use studies, community or neighborhood plans, training, graphic design, mediation and facilitation); (2) Performance on similar projects (e. g on schedule, within cost limit, originality of approach, handling special circumstances, sensitivity to local issues); (3) Capacity to respond to reqLiests for assistance in a timely fashion; (4) The qualifications of individuals who will be performing consulting services; (5) Potential conflicts of interest (e.g., other clients, investments, existing relationships with other local government boards, commissions, authorities, etc.); (6) Examples of past, products or portfolios of examples. (7) Hourly rates for consultant services. problem with me and my son, he told the police my son stabbed him, even though there was no evi dence to support that. The case went to trial, and al though he said someone else had stabbed him, that never came out in court." As a result, Ms. Ward's son was given two years pro bation by a judge. Ms. Ward said her son is a great student and doesn't deserve to have a record. "He does everything the right way, helps with my medical care, and bothers no one. I think the wrong per son got punished." Ms. Ward said she's frus trated that police can't make this young man stay away or at least lock him up. "I checked with the police, and he has been served a trespass warrant and he's not supposed to be at Bel mont Heights Estates." District III Commander, Major Gerald Honey well, said he is aware that trespassing at Belmont Heights Estates is a big prob lem. "When an officer removes them from the property, they wait until the officer leaves, and come back. We can't be on site 24 hours-a-day to make sure they don't return. On top of that, it' s hard for them to score out on their charges so they can be de tained longer." "Our problem in that area is juvenile burglars. That keeps my officers busy around the clock, and proba bly is tied in to the tres passers." The management team at BHE, and the Tampa Ho'u$ing Authority, said they are aware that trespassing and loitering is a problem and appreciate the help of r.esi dents in identifYing the cul prits and contacting law enforcement to get them re moved ; .-0 :II c )> en m z :::! z m r m c: .. m :::! z ., c: m c en ::1: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c .. "' Both agencies also said it's difficult keeping trespassers G) away because of where they m hang out and because they wander a lot. ..... .....


. All About You ..;-ffi Happy Binhdav Tavlor Jordan Mekiah Maninez w September 25, 2000 c a: LL. .tt THEN NOW At a yea r old, you made your debut in the Florida Sentinel. Now, at ten you're back again! Special birthday wishes are to our beautiful talented, most wonderful-person-to-be-around daughter, Taylor Jordan! You are the sunshine of our life and we are truly blessed to have you! Have an awesome birthday with your friends! C Love always, mommy, daddy, Tyler, Grandma (Linda fE Scott), Faith, Uncle P family, friends, and the late, "Titi B. c B." Bridgette Parham, who shared the same birthday! Z We love you!! < 0 w w I-re w > w Free Professional Grant Writing workshop c w l: w ::::i m a. The Dress for Success Tampa Bay and the National Institute for Strategic arid Tactical Planning host a free professional grant writ ing workshop in basic grant writing on October 1st from 1 p .m. to 2:30 p.m. at the West Tampa Library, 2312 West Union Street. z j:: w ..J ..J m Staff, administra tors, bo;1rd uj members of non-profit z groups, faith-based organiza !z tions, government agencies w w a: 0 ..J LL. < I N ,... and other tax-exempt status organizations should attend this workshop. For more information, contact Michael Randolph at (813) 857-765'7. Seati ng is limited and. anyone who plans to attend the workshop is asked to send an e-mail to wefindgrants@aol.com to canfirm a .seat and to attain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invitation. FYI Blake High Class Reunion Meeting The Blake High School Class of 1970 will host its 40-year Reunion in three weeks away A meeting to make final preparations will take place Saturday, September 25, 2010 at Rogers Park at The Tee. The meeting begins at 9 a.m. to 11 a.m For more information contact Mamie Vernon-Igles at (813) 983-6381 or (813) 626-4558 Emplovment Education Job Fair Planned An Employment Education Job. Fair will be held on Friday, September 25, from noon until 5 p.m. The event will take place at the B & R Center, 2911 E. Hillsborough Avenue Several companies will be at the fair and some employees will be hired at the event. Individuals who have been convicted of a felony are welcome to attend and submit applications. There will also be free Metro Cell Phone give-aways. For additional informa tion call (813) 965-7991. ,PA ,. ""'"'...:.."'" t. Domestic Relations Dissolution Of Marriage Child Support Adoption. Entertainment Law w Cl The hlrilg cA a lal..yer Is ah impol!anljlecision be based solely upon advertisements. B efore you deQle ask us to se00 'Yoo free l'rlitten informaOOn about our quatificatllns and experienre. ,... In The Spotlight JESSICA The Spotlight this week is pointed directly at a 20-year-old Capricorn. Jessica says her favorite artists are Drake and Justin Beiber and her hobbies are singing, shopping, and working with In the future, J.essica wants to be a psy chologist. Jessica's philosophy of life is, "stay positive, never give up, and get things done." When it comes to the man in hei' life, JeS$iCa said he niust be tall, sweet, -funny and outgoing. Congratulations to Jessica as this week's Spotlight feature If you'reinterested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, plea se send your information and photo, including a contact number jjohnson@flsentinel.coni ,Tealn is now easier tlu:m ever with our on:.tine application! 'J1Ie ot:Sou!b 'FIOr!da!s OII!'Jot:dle oalion's leading public research institutions and die runtb 'largest '\Kilvemty. m die U.S., with four campuses throughout 'the Greater Thmpa Bay region :We Offer a compecitive benefits that includes medical, dental and Jife iniurance retilement plan options, tuition prognun, generous leave programs, careec ,advlincen:tent and more! l MA1NT'ENANCE TECHNICIAN .-181504 M111nt. 6 A11oca11on. Complete multiple trade re(leir and!maintenaJioe wodt 10 campus buildina;s. (l'EIF) M11nt. 6 Special Aloc8tlon. O:lmplete multiple trade repairs anll mainlenallce wodt in a Medical environment. For additional informatiarand how 10 apply, please visit You must fill out an online application to be considered for this position. Be a part of a dynamic, diverse envirOnment that generates bold ideas and creative solutions. Join us to make a difference. USFIIMI !Jnlo.wsi(y. l -I _.., UNIVERSITY OF* .. -----\"'-.' \:, .. SOUTH FLORIDA 51 PE f!:RC..m '"'C SARA' OIA t\1;\NATFr PCH y


Local Sports "'TT :0 c Rogers Park Golf Course Featured On USGA Website CJ) m iJ -i m s: llJ m :0 1\) I\) 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During the segregation era, the park at the dead end of N. 30th Street was the only place African Americans could visit. Many seniors re member when the park be came a 9-hole golf course and named in honor of "G. D. Rogers," a community activist. Tampa natives have also witnessed the transforma tion of the facility into what it appears today. However, those who are not from the area are unaware of the his tory of the park. One such in dividual is Ms. Rhonda Glenn, a journalist for the United States Golf Associa tion. Ms. Glenn visited the park during this year's Mid Winter Golf Classic Week end. The impression the park made on her appeared on the USGA website on September 7th Ms. Glenn wrote, "Few have heard of the architect, but a Tampa street is named for Willie Black. Some 60 years ago, Black looked at land tangled in oaks and choked in the death-grip of palmettos and saw a golf course. "Black cleared the land by hand, and hundreds of pairs of Mrican American hands joined in. They had no place to play golf, so they ripped out the foliage, dug up the weeds and plowed the fairways. They wrangled tree stumps out of the ground with picks. They dug bunkers with shovels. They smoothed the sand with hoes and rakes. And then they planted sod. They started in 1948. Five years later it was done," she wrote. Because her visit was dur ing the Mid-Winter Classic, Ms. Glenn had opportu nity to meet with and talk to some of those who knew the history of the park. Rev. FranCis Stinson Davis and Eddie James Smith, Jr., both professional golfers, shared their stories of the formation of the park with her. She learned about how Willie Black led the initia tive to clear the land and how the park was created by sweat equity. She also learned about the now de funct "Chittlin' Circuit" that existed during segregation. According to Rev. Davis and Smith, the City ac-WILLIE BLACK WILLIE BLACK MONUMENT quired the land for a park in 1947, and Black asked thenMayor Curtis Hixon if he could build a golf course on part of it and Hixon agreed. African Americans served as caddies and learned the game. The idea of creating a golf course that would allow them to play was met with enthusiasm. More than 60 At the Skills Center, your child will not only receive an exciting, memorable pnd rewarding basketball experience, but we will equip participants with the :life skills necessary to succeed off the court. 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Busch Suite 132, Tampa FL 33617 PLAYER NAME: ; GENDER: SCHOOL: t GRADE: AGE:--RACE:o African An)ericano o Asian o Padfic Islander o White o Other \:J Hon-Hispanlc YOUR CHILD'S 11 ST TIME WITH THE SKILLS. CENTER? Yes No AGE DIVISIONS:o3 S:years old (Nurturing YoungRising Athletes, aka NYRA) o6 8 years old o 9 -11 years old o 12-14 years old oYth. Small Medi,um'g Yth:L11rge o AdultS o Adult M o Adultlo Adult XLo Adult.XXL GUARDIAN'S !YOUR) NAME: RELATIONSHIP TO PLAYER:. __ MAIUNG ADDRESS:-..,..-------------CITY: STATE: ZIP: DAYTIME: ( ) --::E-MA-:-:-:-::-IL-. :-----EMERGENCY CONTACT (Name and Phone $75 Payment moy be mode via: Money Order, Cosh or Online using Pay Pol. MICHAEL COOPER ... Golf Professional, Rogers Park Golf Course KENNIE.SIMS Director of Parks for the Tampa Sports Authority C. H. Hamilton is shown addressing the crowd in January 1959 when the additional9 holes of golf were opened at Rogers Park Golf Course. volunteers joined Black to Charlie Sifford, baseball help build the golf course. great, Jackie Robinson, It became the second in and boxing great, Joe the state that allowed African Louis, and many others Americans to play. Black beplayed there came its first manager. Since its inception inore Rev. Davis told Ms. than a half century ago, Glenn, ''I'd come out here Rogers Park has remained a and work on the golf course place for Mrican Americans for Willie Black. Guys who to play golf. It continues to we. re caddies and yard welcome generations of new who had the equipme:nt golfers through such prowould come over here after grams as The First Tee. work and bring their equip-Kinnie Sims, Director ment to help build it." of Golf for the Tampa Sports Smith told her, "I shovAuthority, and golf profeseled out bunkers, helped sional Michael Cooper are shape greens." currently making p.rrangeIt opened in 1953, and exments for the 2011 Mid Winparided to 18 holes in -195 9 ter Weekend at the golf Golfers such as Jiril. course. It is slated for early Thorpe, Chuck Thori)e, March 2011. Bucs Mav Face Familiar Foe In Game .Against Steelers When the Tampa Bay Bucagainst the Panthers, and caneers walk into Raymond more production from their James Stadium Sunday .. to .: wide receivers. face the Pittsburgh Steelers, : Bucs quarterback, Josh they may see a familiar face Freeman, has steadily im-under center for the visitin.g proved in his first two team. ; ',. games, and will be eJq>ected With Steelers' starter Ben : to step up agaih against the Roethlisberger Steel:ets' d{lfense. ing his suspension arid' ; B1,1cs head coacp, Raheem backup bemiis '.'Morris, guarantees hurt, the (::ould be 'look' ; his team won't. be compla ing at Charlie Batch,' or' cent, and plans to expand last year's Buccaneer stalrt:er, the offense to include more Byron Leftwich. .. players. wich was re-signed by the .. Bucs tight e.nd ,. 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The Bucs: Who Are These People ;I The Tampa Bay Buccaneers go into Sunday s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, sport ing a 2-0 record and with a very good chance to move to 3-0. The Bucs opened the sea son with a 17-15 victory over the Cleveland Browns. Then, they traveled to North Carolina to take on the Panthers. The Bucs won that game on the road with a score of 20-7, and looked very good in win ning it. The defense was suffocating and the offense was effective. The Pittsburgh Steelers come to town without a starting quarterback in uniform. The Bucs defense should the Steelers offense. If C the offense minimizes a: turnovers and mistakes, it can u.. squeeze by a very good Steelers' defense. I believe the w c w l: en ::::; m :J c. z i= w .J .J :J A Players Championship Without Tiger This week, the PGA FedEx Cup Champion, the Players Champion and probably the PGA Player of the Year will all be decided and Tiger Woods will be nowhere in sight. Tiger is healthy too. Can you imagine that? Tiger didn't qualify for any of these honors. To make matters worse, Tiger did not have a win this year and barely made over a million dollars this yea r. The 2010 season was truly a bad year for Tiger. He has the Ryder Cup, his Annual Invitational Tournament and two overseas outings where good showings can salvage his year. Tiger is undergoing some swing changes that he appears to be slowly mastering. Vick Becomes Eagles' Starter An earlier sports survey showed Michael Vick to be the most hated man in sports. Well, not in Philadelphia. They love Michael Vick and in the city of "Brotherly Love" the Philadelphia Eagles head football coach, Andy Reid, has named him the Eagles starting quarterback. The job had been given to Gary Kolb in pr-e-season camp. Kolb was ineffective in one half of the Eagles preseason opener before being knocked out of the game with a concussion. In came Michael Vick and he dazzled Eagles fans and the opposi tion. In just six quarters of foot ball, the team has won one game, scored 49 points and Vick alone has accounted for nearly 700 yards of offense. Vick now has a pass first and run next attitude and so far he has been brilliant at it Vick has passed for 460 yards and ran for 203 yards. Vick has earned the starting job. .J w z i= z w en Johnson leads B-CU over Tigers C BY TED TAYLOR i:t g On a partly cloudy after u.. noon in Municipal Stadium hapless Savannah. State Tigers, before 2,510 in atten dance. Johnson was 14 of 21 for 167 passing yards with two touchdowns and no intercep tions, and gained 110 yards on the ground on eleven carries and two more touchdowns. in Daytona Beach, quarter back Matt Johnson shined as bright as the gold trim in the Wildcat maroon uniforms leading Bethune-Cookman to an easy 42-7 victory over the Tampa Junior Bulldogs Hosts Tampa Of Nuccio 1st Annual COOKOFF1Futt Festival Saturday, October 2, 2010, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nuccio Park 4805 E. Sligh Avenue BucsJackson Suspended lndefinitelv TANARD JACKSON .. suspended for the remainder of the season On Wednesday, the NFL suspended Tampa -Bay Buccaneers safety Tanard Jackson indefinitely for violating its substance abuse policy. The suspension began immediately, and Jackson is not eligible for reinstatement until September 22, 2011. The action by the NFL means it's the second time Jackson, 25, has tested pos itive for a banned substance since entering the NFL's intervention program. Last season, he was suspended for the first four games. The suspension also means Jackson won't be eligible for unrestricted free agency after this season. With Jackson out, the Bucs will turn to Sabby Piscitelli, Corey Lynch or Cody Grimm. One source stated the sub stance Jackson tested posi tive for was marijuana. Ranlers .Snake Past Bisons BY TED TAYLOR The Rattlers of Florida A & M University struck the Howard University Bison from phases en route to a 507 drubbing last Saturday afternoon before 5,286 in Greene Stadium. FAMU tal lied points from the offense, defense and special teams. The game started slow with F AMU taking a 7-0 iead near the end of the opening quarter on a 3-yard run by running back Lavante Page. Taking advantage of big-play opportunities, FAMU scored three touchdowns in the second period. Morris: Unbeaten Bucs Won't Become Complacent There' s a qui e t confidence building in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Led by maturing young quarterback Josh Freeman and a defense that's steadily improved since coach Raheem Morris took over play-calling late last season, the Bucs are 2-0 for the first time in five years A year after starting 0-7 and not getting its first win until early November, Tampa Bay finds itself atop the NFC South standings -and look. ing for more after victories over Cleveland and Carolina. "The team' s hungry," Morris said Monday, "and going to remain humble." The surprising start begins, but hardly ends, with a mo're confident, poised Freeman. RAHEEM MORRIS The second-year pro started nine games as a rookie, going 3-6 after Byron Leftwich and Josh Johnson failed to produce a win in the first two months of the season. The Bucs won two of three to close out 2009 and have now won four of five. Bucs Mav Face Familiar Foe In Game Against Steelers '\ When the Tampa Bay Buccaneers walk into Raymond James Stadium Sunday to face the Pittsburgh Steelers, they may see a familiar face under center for the visiting team. With Steelers starter Ben Roethlisberger still serv ing his suspension and backup Dennis Dixon hurt, the Bucs will be looking at Charlie Batch. Byron Leftwich was re-signed by the Steelers Monday after he was released in a procedural move as he waited for his injury to heal. The Bucs (2-0) will enter the contest seeking a better ground game than they had against the Panthers, and more production from their wide receivers. Bucs quarterback, Josh Freeman, has steadily improved in his first two games, and will be expected to step up again the powerful Steeler defense. Bucs head coach, Raheem Morris, said he guarantees his team won't .be complacent, and plans to expand the offense to include more play ers. Bucs tight end, Kellen Winslow, Jr. is nursing a right knee injury and his status is unknown atthis time. First-round cJ.raft pick, Gerard McCoy, will be expected to turn in another great per-formance on defense. As of 1 p.m Thursday, tick ets remained on." sale for the game, so it will!be blacked out locally. Another Bette_r, BOlder Idea From BBI-AutoAir; LLC. : www.bbiautoair.coni Available November 1st


________________________ Whv Can't Black NFL Brown Gets 4-Game Bush Mav Miss Six Weeks Quarterbacks Catch A Break; Drug suspension NEW ORLEANs--Reggie Michael Vick waited four long years for last Sunday af ternoon. Sunda y Vick started his first game since 2006. It's been a long and nightmarish journe y for Vick, who in recent years was the most exciting football player in the game. Sunday proved to be a tough day for most of the NFL' s Black quarterbacks. Vick played well but is still a backup QB. The Oakland Raider's Jason Campbell, Tennessee Titans' Vince Young, and Jacksonville Jaguars' David Garrard didn't even get to finish their games. Campbell, Young and Garrard all started at quarterback for their teams on Sunday, struggled mightily, and were pulled by their coaches in favor of back ups. All three quarterbacks didn't play their best last Sunday, which may have led to their benching But the Raiders case makes little sense. They signed Campbell over the off-season for more than $8 million for the next two seasons. He gets a week and a half before befng sent to the bench? And it's not like the Raiders were getting blown out at the time The Rams were up just 7-3 at half time before Gradkowski was put in. For Young, this was sup posed to be a breakout year. After he led the Titans to an 8-8 finish last season (after the veteran Collins had gotten them off to an o-6 start), he was the unquestioned quarter. back going into this season. Meanwhile, Garrard may be on the verge of losing his job. His four interceptions on Sunday matched a career-high for him. The Jacksonville fans are getting impatient, and coach Jack Del Rio is clearly on the coaching hot seat. If Garrard has another game like Sunday, it might be the end of his tenure with the Jaguars. Giants Jacobs Fined $10,000 For Helmet Toss BRANDON JACOBS EAS'_f RUTHERFORD, NJ New York GiantS RB Brandon Jacobs has been fined $10,00 Brown said he wouldn't apday night victory at San Fran-o ..... peal the suspension, meaning cisco. Saints spokesman Greg o his next game will be Nov. 1 at Bensel said there were no Indianapolis. He will miss the planned updates on Bush's inundefeated Texans' home jury showdown Sunday with the The bone in Bush's lower Dallas Cowboys and the next right leg was broken when he three games. recovered his muffed punt.with 6:58 remaining. He had trouble REGGIE BUSH catching the ball at windy C a n dlestick Park and was injured after he dove for the ball and players landed on him. JetsGMSavs Edwards Will Plav Dixon Outlndefinitelv NEW YORK .Braylon Edwards will play in the Jets' next game against the Miami. GM Mike Tannenbaum said that Edwards will be ac tive Sunday despite being ar rested for DUI. Tannenbaum said that after speaking with Ryan and ownerWoodyJohnson, they determined that Edwards won't start but will play. PITTSBURGH -Steelers' starting QB' Sunday at Tampa Bay will be a player who was cut last weekend or another who was all but ignored during training catnp No matter, coach Mike Tomlin said, either Byron Leftwich or Charlie Batch will be expected to play well enough to win until Ben Roethlisberger returns from his four-game suspension. The Steelers' once quarter back-heavy roster thinned out even more Tuesday when Dennis Dixon was lost indefinitely with a torn meniscus in his left ELITE & M A G A Z I Products In the-#1 Barber INk DENNIS DIXON. r-0 :::c knee. Dixon had surgery Wednesda y and could go on the z injured reserve list, which ::::! would end his season after two starts and two victories. rm c: rr m ::::! z "'C c: m r-(j) :I: m c m < m -f c: m CJ) )> z c :::c c ..... (11 I )>


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Entertainment Kim Kardashian And Miles Austin Split KIM KARDASHIAN And MILES AUSTIN Reality TV starlet Kim Kardashian has ended her romance with Dallas Cowboys beau Miles Austin. "There's no huge reason except their distance apart." "With his season and Kim's filming [ 'Keeping Up with the Kardash ians'] it just slowly split them apart. According to friends, the split was mutual. The pair started dating just a few months after Kardashian's breakup from NFL star Reggie Bush. But she and Austin were never in a rush to make their relationship official. Aretha Franklin's Son Severelv Beaten In Detroit ARETHA FRANKLIN DETROIT .::_ A spokeswoman for Aretha Franklin says the singing legend's son was been severely beaten at a gas station in Detroit. Gwendolyn Quinn says in a statement that Eddie Franklin was attacked Monday night and was undergoing surgery at a Detroit-area hospital. The statement says three people may have been involved in the beating. The Queen of Soul is one of the most musicians in American history, having won numerous Grammys; the Natiomi.l Medal of Arts; the Presidential Medal of Freedom and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. sinuer Bruno Mars Arrested For Cocaine Possession in veuas BRUNO MARS Singer-songwriter Bruno Mars was arrested early Sunday morning in Las Vegas for suspicion of possession of a controlled substance. Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, was found with 2.6 grams of cocaine in a Veg11s resort bathroom. The singer faces possible felony charges. Hernandez, whose song Just the Way You Are is cur rently No : 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, was arrested after being detained at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. He bad performed Saturday night at the Hard Rock's Wasted Space nightclub. According to the police report, after Hernandez spent an extended amount of time in a bathroom stall, a bathroom attendant alerted hotel security. When he left the stall, he was approached by a security guard and asked to hand over any narcotics be had. Hernandez handed ov:er a bag of cocaine from his jeans pocket. When he was taken to a holding cell and interrogated by the arresting officer, be said he'd acted foolishly and had never used drugs before 'Hernandez was given a court return date of November 18 though the case was under review and no for mal charges have been filed ., ::c c K-Ci &Jo Jo Trv To Become Sober For 30 oavs Police Arrest Jamaica Rapper Bountv Killer K-CI And JO JO KINGSTON, JAMAICA A Jamaican dancehall star with a history of run-ins with the law has been arrested again. Police Superintendent Altermoth Campbell says a badly bruised woman alleged that Bounty Killer beat her Saturday night at his apartment. Known offstage as Rodney Price, Bounty Killer was already facing charges of firearm possession, marijuana m m BOUNTY KILLER possession and unlawful wounding and assault. ::c I\) I\) 0 ..... 0 The voices of Jodeci, K-Ci al).d J o J o Hailey are attempting to make a comeback after destroying their career after falling victim to alcohol and drug abuse. Their new show "K-Ci and Jo Jo ... Come Clean" will pre miere on October 19th at 9PM EST on TVOne and follows the Hailey brothers for 30 days as they try to become sober. Oprah. Donate s S&M To u. s. Schools PHILADELPHIA -TV talk show host Oprah Winfrey said on Monday she would give a total of $6 million to six educational organizations thaf help to turn around troubled U.S. schools. The award is the largest given by Winfrey's Angel Network during her show and came as Winfrey devot ed two days of her influential TV program to the issue of public schooling. The winning organizations, announced on Monday's THE SUN DOME TAMPA, FL THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 201.0 TICKETS NOW ON SALE! AT THE SUN DOME BOX OFFICE & ALL TIQKETMASTER OUTLET.TO CHARGE BY PHONE 800-745-3000. ONLINE INFORMATION AND TICKETS WWW. TICK!=TMASTER.COM OR WWW,TYLERPERRY.COM ., r-0 ::c en m z OPRAH WINFREY ::! z m broadcast, are based in Philadelphia, California, DJ Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana and Texas. J;; ::! 'tl c: m r-(i) :::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c ., ::c c ..... ...... I )>


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Rick devises an inven tive way to get Jackie alone; Ridge and Thomas bond over their support of Brooke and their disdain for Stephanie; Jackie tries to keep Rick from being pummeled by Owen ; Brooke attempts to m ake amends with Stephanie Brooke thinks Stephanie is up to her old tricks; Jackie reassures Owen about her love for him; Bridget gives Amber an honest opinion about Rick; Bridget gets in an awkward position when Rick brings her into a conversation with Jackie and Owen DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Lexie keeps EJ's progress from Stefano; Victor s impressed by a new edgier Brady; Stefano warns Kate that action will be taken on EJ' s behalf despite personal costs; Bo helps improve Hope s condition in prison; Rafe and Arianna have a fight. Kayla comes back to Salem; Nicole gets jealous of Chloe; Kate fantasizes about poisoning Stefano; Daniel advises Ian not to come between Stephanie and Nathan; Vivian tells Brady he' ll never get away with his actions. Nicole is kicked out of Chloe's baby shower; Stefano visits EJ and tells him he must wake up; Chloe tells Nicole that Carly has been a better friend to her; Kayla speaks to Adrienne about their mutual concern for Stephanie; Arianna visits EJ again. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Spinelli tries to hide a photo of Brenda kissing Jason from Sam; Olivia and Johnny decide to give their relationship another chance; Matt tears into Patrick for his behavior regarding Lisa. Jax assures Carly his obsession with Brenda is no more; Robin clues Matt in on her and Patrick 's plan to entrap Lisa; Sam tries to help Mich ae l sort through his demons. Steve discovers something unsettling in the hospital stairwell; the Balkan s thugs drug Brenda; Dante and Lulu almost blow Lucky's cover. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Marty takes the stand at Hannah's hearing; Matthew finds Rex going through Clint's files; Gigi asks Kelly if she is interested in Rex. Inez accepts a dinner date with Clint; Gigi's college grant falls through; Langston talks to Dorian about Ford. Todd might take Dani and run; Clint helps James get a grant for college; Langston unex pectedly runs into Markko YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Lily gets a chilling gift from a stranger; Cane confesses to Sofia. Heather hears Chance s last words; Meggie fears that her past will come out. Skye has an enticing offer for Billy; Tucker gives Jack a deadline. Birthday --Loyalties to partner and co-workers pay off this year in the form of lifetime asso ciations. Everyone benefits through shared beliefs that support imaginative work and social activities. You value the opinion of an older ally more with each passing day Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Where romance is concerned, X marks the spot. Leave clues for someone to follow. The two of you will laugh out loud before day is out. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)You need to multitask to accomplish your personal goals while completing something at work. Spark one idea with magic and polish off another. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)Animal magnetism provides unique ideas for a creative home project. It could involve building a doghouse or redecorating the bedroom. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Train your mind to take note when you have a million ideas. You may not be able to communicate all of them immediately. So save some for later. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -At first all you can see is a huge mess. Imagine that things find their own place. All you have to do is carry them. Do it on automatic. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Creative efforts produce more cash now. Don't let yourself wander off task with imaginative ideas. Stick to the plan and build a strong foundation. Aries (March 21-April19)Today you spend time dealing with the people involved, rather THE RETURN OF thanthework. Useyourtalentsto help each person reach their po tential. Taurus (April2o-May 20) Use today for planning in every area of your life. Set aside time in the next few days to begin the ac. tions you've come up with. Allow it to unfold. Gemini (May 21-June 21)Take advantage of the opportunity to exercise imagination without pressure for concrete results. Think it through to the logical end. Cancer (June 22-July 22) You find yourself at cross-purposes with other family members. It's all talk and very little action today. That's okay in the larger scheme of things. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)You and a partner develop imaginative possibilities for using avail able resources. Happiness comes from developing viable choices. Then draw one from a hat. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Today you discover that you have more irons in the fire than you re alized. How to get it all accom plished? Prioritize based <;m intuition. keep your promises.


MR. TRAVIS KENJARI BIBBINS Homegoing services for Mr. Travis Kenjari Bibbins of 1506 West Chestnut Street who passed away Monday: September 6, 2010, will be held Saturday, September 25, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral H


c a:: u. c z <( c en w :::::1 1w > w c w l: en :J m :::::1 a. z i= w ...I ..J :::,-m DEACONESS MOTHER EMMA C. HENDRY Homegoing services for Deaconess Mother Emma C. Hendry, known to her friends as "EC," who passed away on Sunday, September 19, 2010, will be he!d Saturday, Septem ber 25, 2010, at 11 a.m. at Unity AME Church, Rev. Rickey Polk, pastor, and Rev. Donnell Wilson, officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in Unity AME Church Cemetery. Deaconess Mother Emma C. Hendry received her education in Hillsborough Count)' schools, at Levine Armwood Elementary, Jennings and Middleton High school. She was a homemaker and domestic housekeeper; a mother to. many of the children she helped raise. She gave her life to Christ at an early age at St. Mary' s AME Church where her grandfather was one of the church founders. She served on the Stewardess Board at St. Mary' s AME Church, now the Unity AME Church in Seffner, Florida until she was consecrated as a Deaconess under the pastoral leadership o f Rev Rickey Polk. Mother Hendry loved to read the daily newspaper and the Florida Sentinel, make her breakfast and sit in her favorite chair and receive daily phone calls and visits from her family and friends. If you had the opportunity to sit with her in the backyard under the big oak tree for the many old-time conversations, laughter and prayers, well then you are blessed. You would leave filled with love, peace and joy waiting for the next opportunity to sit and visit ..J with "EC" She was made the W matriarch for her family and Z the community; She loved the i= Lord and singing the old-time Z spirituals. She was blessed to have lived, seen and heard many things in her 89 years. <( There was no color barriers e with her' she loved everybody 0:: and wanted to do for her family 0 every day. She said, ifl can't do ..J for my children then I don't U. want to be here. Deaconess Mother Emma C. Hendry was preceded in death by: her mother and father, Estella and Sam Thomas; her husband, Gettis Hendry; 2 sisters, Ella Mae Hayes and Julia Anderson and husband, Selly; brother, Sam Thomas and wife, Mary Lou Thomas; daughter, Rosemary Jackson; son-in-law, Horace Grace, Sr.; daughter-inlaw, Mildred Evans; granddaughters, Angela Rene Jackson and Antoinette Hendry Davis; grandson, Nathaniel Hendry, Jr., great-grandda ught e r Katrina Sanders; and greatgrandson Isaiah G r a c e S h e leaves to cheris h lovin g and precious memo1ies: 3 sons, M ack Evans and friend, Mildre d of Tampa, G ettis Hendry, Jr. and wife, Charlotte of Tampa, and Nathaniel Hendry and wife, Michelle of Brandon; 3 daughters, Annie Grac e of Mango, Stella Nea l and husband, Tommy of Tampa and Linda Hagins and Gene Williams o f Valrico Florida; brother, william 'Billy' Thomas and ,vife, willie Mae of Mango; brotherin-law, Robert Hayes of Seffner; 13 grandchildren, Rheugene Branton, Anthony Tony Sanders, Michael Ikki Sanders, Homer Sanders, Curtis Evans, Horace Grace, Jr., Theresa Thompson, Anthony Hendry, Tiffone Knight, Cathy Lewis, Carletta Hagins, Willie D. Hendry, Bella Hendry and Shavon Gonzalez; 28 greatgrandchildren and one greatgreat grandchild; special cousins, Toynetta Williams, and Annie Johnson; special godgranddaughter, Adelia Screen; special friends, the Flohl, Aman and Futch families, Deaconess Mother Vanella Randolf, and sister in Christ, Daisy Hodges, Mother Lillie Griffin; special friend and neighbor, Deacon Norman Me Daniels; special niece, Shirley McDaniels; Mount Zion AME Church family, Mulberry; and a host of cousins, nieces and nephews. Visitation for Deaconess Mother Emma C. Hendry will be held Friday evening from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 7-8 p. m. Friday evening. Friends attending the homegoing services for Deacones s Mother Emma C. Hendry are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m., Saturday. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FOR THOMAS DAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1975 SEPTEMBER 3, 1944 Happy 35th birthday, son. Time hasn't faded the memory of you. You are forever in our hearts and will always be loved and missed. With love: mom, dad. brother and all your family and friends. in funeral services for over 70 years. <( I 0 N w Cl Ray Williams Funeral Home Rhodes A Northern, Owners 301 N. Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 Ph: (813) 253-3419 Fax: (813) 25'1-4912 Email: raywms@ij.net A homegoing celebration for Mr. Arnold Gilbert will be held on Saturday, September 25, 2010, at 11 a. m. at the 34th Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Tampa, Rev. Thomas Scott, pastor, with Rev. Patricia A. Mosley, Pastor, Mt. Olive <\,. M. E. Church, Plant City, FL, eulogist. Mr. Gilbert was born in Nassau, Bahamas, to the late Lorenzo and Nencha Gilbert. He attended Eastern Public Schools in Nassau. After graduating he became a Merchant Marine. In the mid 1960s he migrated to the United States and became known to many as Mr. G. He was a skilled carpenter by trade and had love for fishing, fixing on cars and cruising the seas. He volunteered his time with the Hillsborough County Headstart program. Mr. Arnold Gilbert' s beautiful smile will be missed by the many that he leaves to cherish fond memories: fiancee, Mari. lyn Warren; daughters, Adriane, Vernencha, Marlene and husband, Francis St. Fort, Daphanie, Carolyn, Gwenderlyn, Virginia, Beatrice and Sarah; adopted daughter, Tamika H enderson; sons, Arnold, Jr., Emmanuel, Gabriel and Mariano; sister, Stephanie Storr; brothers, Lorenzo 'Smi ley' Gilbert, Raymond 'Rico' Gilbert and Woodro 'Woody' Lowe; second mother, Evelyn Rodriquez; grandchildren, Nencha, Lorenzo, Khadejah, Seashy, Marshay, Sinclair, Erwin, Justice, Timothy, Enjino, Brittany, Leslie, Frantz, Jimmy, Chakira, Naomi, Ar monie, John, Jasmine, Semaja, Leonardo and Reniya; aunt, Mary Gordon; nieces, Celeste and husband, Livingston Cleare, Natasha, Julie, Linda and Meakisha; nephews, Deangelo, Woodron, Perry, Dino and Tony; cousins, Diane Gibson, Rosalie Johnson and Sherry Taylor; and a host of other sorrowing family members and friends. INTEGRTIY FUNERAL SERVICES "The Heart of Serving Family First" IN MEMORY OF MRS. EMMA L.TUCKER 3/4/19199/24/2008 Sadly missed by your son, Larry E. Houston and family. MS. BARBARA N. ALFORD ANDERSON Ms. Barbara N. Alford Anderson of Tampa, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Sep tember 21, 2010. She passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital North after a long illness. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, September 25, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Bible-Based Fellowship Church, 4811 Ehrlich Road, Tampa, with Rev. Matthew James, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Barbara was a longtime member of Bible-Based Fellowship Church and was a well loved member of her church family. Barbara loved the Lord and will find comfort in His presence. Her passing has broken the hearts of many. Every life she touched will remember her generous spirit. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Clarence and Parrie Lee Alford; and her son, William Anderson. She leaves to cherish her mem ory: her husband, William A. Anderson; daughter, Andrenee Anderson; sisters, Lillie Alford Loggins (David) and Glenda Alford Atkins (James); brother, Glenn Alford (Karen); many nieces and nephews; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The r!!mains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, September 24, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Own ers. www.raywilliamsfuneral-. home.com MRS. MARY BARNES POTTS Mrs. Mary Barnes Potts of 3205 N. 21st Street #B, Tampa, passed away Tuesday, Septem ber 14, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, September, 25, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Pastor Antonio Pringley of Fruit of the Spirit Ministries, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Potts was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 73 years. She attended Don Thomp son High School, Class of 1956, and was a member of New Progress Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. E. J. Williams. She was employed a8 a baker at Morrison's Cafeteria. She leaves to cherish her memory: a loving and devoted daughter, Doris Williams Johnson and husband, Theodore "Ted" Johnson, Jr. of Tampa; 2 devoted grandsons, Theodore Johnson, III and Travis Johnson, both of Tampa; a great _granddaughter, Za'Riyah Johnson of Tampa; a brother, Frank Barnes (Amanda) of Tampa; a loving sister, Vera Barnes of Tampa; great aunt, Lillian Brown {Joseph) and family of Tampa; nieces, Shirley Abibo (David) of Oklahoma City, OK, Michele, Carolyn, Karen {Dennis), Latrina and Ureka, all of Tampa; nephews, Horace, Michael, Frank and Tarvis MRs. MARY BARNES POTTS Barnes, all of Tampa; a host of great nieces and great nephews of Tampa; an adopted daughter, Sheila Riley of Tampa; an adopted sister, Rosa Live of Tampa; a special stepson, Jorice Dennard of Tampa; a dear cousin, Veronica Hudson and family of California; in-laws, the Johnson, Lovett, and Williams families; special friends, Perry Haynes, Latrell Thomas, Kathy Pringley Miller, Donald Lovett, Gloria Live, Cathy Alexander {Amos), Antonio "Bo" Williams, Gail Davis of Tallahassee, Greta Jones of Baltimore, MD, Wanda, Mary, Jennifer, and Dauphine, Marlene Miller and family of Tampa; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, September 24, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MS.YAKEMA NAK.IA SAMPSON Ms. Yakema Nakia Sampson of 1144 West Chestnut Street, Tampa, passed away Thursday, September 16, 2010. Funeral serVices will be conducted Saturday, Septembe.: 25, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Per cival Brown, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Yakema Sampson was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 26 years. She attended Hillsborough County Public Schools and Everest University. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughters, Nakia Sampson and Heaven Sampson, both of Tampa; mother, Linda Davis, Tampa; father, Larry Sampson, Tampa; sisters, Courtney Johnson, Jasmine Marshall and Keisha Everett, all of Tampa; grandmother, Dorothy Ashe, Tampa; aunts, Brenda Davis, Sabrina CantyHart and Dorothy Sampson Monroe, all of Tampa; uncles, Velton Davis, Roland Davis, Steven Tolbert, Frank Sampson, all of Tampa, and Robert Davis, San Antonio, Texas; special friend, Damiane Jones, Tampa; and other sorrowing relatives and friends The remains will after 5 p.m., Friday, September 24, 20io, at Ray Wjlliams Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, .Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.ravwjlliamsfu oerall)ome.com


., Memoriams -;:::::::::::::::::::::I=N===M=E=M=::::O=R=I=A=M====:::::::::;---;::::::::1 DEMARCUS B. PI'ITMAN B-Blessed U-Unique M -Multi-Talented P -Passionate E-Eternal R -Realistic Sadly missed, but never will be forgotten. Cherished by the best: Big Dee, Ma.Ma Denise, Uncle Willie, Tarvia, Rynesia, and *your family*. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM REGINAL SHEROD JAMES, SR. ("HOTROD") Happy birthday to my loving husband. Although our arms are empty, our hearts know what to do. Every beating of our hearts says that we love you. We will continue to celebrate you. For you chose me to be your wife, to bear your children and to share your life. We love you Reggie. Your wife, Sabelitha; and children, Reginal, Jr., Remari and Remarion James; and goddaughter, Rasheema Craft. We will always love you. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM HENRIE'ITA PETERSON In my distress I called on the Lord. Mother, it' s been a year, seems like yesterday. We love you. Happy birthday. Your family. MEMORIAM MICHEAL HARGROVE Dad, we miss you and love you! Your children. P. S. Ms. Mary, we appreciate you being there for dad down through the years. Love, Michelle. OF REMEMBRANCE MEMORY CYNTHIA SAILS MCCORKLE It has been three years, September 23rd, since you've been gone. We love and miss you. From: your mother, Juanita Sails; sisters and brothers; husband, Lewis McCorkle, Sr.; and sons, Lewis, Jr., Shamba and Jonathan. IN MEMORIAM MS. DEBORAH QUINN SMITH Sunrise: 9/26/1951 Sunset: 10/5/2008 We love and miss you still. We were "touched" by an angel. Mother, Dorothy H. Smith; sister, Quincenia S. Bell; and brother-in-law, Fritz Bell. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BRIDGE'ITE NICOLE PARHAM JACKSON Happy 36th birthday, Bridgette. You left too soon. We miss you every day. You were a beautiful person, mother, daughter, sister, grand-daughter and friend. Enjoy your new home in heaven. Every day there is a birthday. Love: mom; daughter, Faith; sister, brother and family. RUSH FOSTER, JR. Sunrise: 11-5-1966 Sunset: 9-30-2009 You were the kind of friend only God gives. You will be missed, but not forgotten. Love, family and friends. BEATRICE GREENE TABOR 9/12/19279/24/2009 It's been one year since you've gone home. You are truly missed. The family. REMEMBERING YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDAY AND YOUR ANNIVERSARY BYRONL. WEAVER. SR. It's been 4 years today since God called you home. So sadly missed, we can't help but wonder what could have happened ff we could turn back time, but then we all remember there is. a Higher Power and we all thank God for the time He did give you to us. You are so sadly missed by all your loved ones, but we know you are at home in a better place. With love: Byron, Jr., Carlos, Da-Lanish, Jeriah, Relise, Kayneeia, Effie (mom), Shameece, Stanley, Jr., Sr. (dad), Roberta (grandma), aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of friends. We cab t afford to less than or to leave you less than. tiielJest P en m z :::! z m r Ill c: r r m :::! z "'D c: OJ !: en ::I: m c m < m -< c: m en c )> z c ., c


0 Memoriam/Cards of Thanks/Funeral N a: w Ill :: w Ill. w (/) c a: LL c:r: I N N w (.!) BIRTHDAY CARD OF MEMORIAM THANKS VALARIE JEAN HICKS 9/22/62-7/22/92 It seems like yesterday when you left. My heart still hurts. Love never dies. Love, Sheryl Shae' Kelly. CARD OFTHANKS JANIYA BLESSED SAMPSON BORN: 8/31/2010, 11:12 a.m. PASSED: 8/31/2010, 9:40p;m. We the family would like to thank Funeral Home for an excellent serv ice, Reeces Pieces Florist Shop, DJ Love Production for the video and St. Joseph Women's Hospital, Tonya Lewis, and friends and fam ily who made this day a !jmooth transition. Grandmother: Sheryl Kelly, mother, Alexia Samp son and father, Omaro Buggs. Please Register To Vote. Deadline --Is October 4th. MRS.AZALEE REED HILL The family of Mrs. Azalee Reed Hill would like to ex press our sincere gratitude for various acts of kindness shown to us during our time of bereavement. We regret the omission of other devoted friends: Olga Barnes, Rosa Marshall, Pa tricia Doby, Bonita Gray, Lil lie Robinson, Carolyn Barton, Debra MacFarland, Delores and Gwendolyn Lewis, Ella Cusseaux, Betty Stanford and family, Teasie Blassingame, Judy and Allen Denson, Nancy Coleman, Roosevelt McCall, Eddie Mc Call Ford, Lillie Hoskin, Sanford and Claudia Ross, Essie Dupree, Ozzie Hen drix, Frances Kelly, Johnny Ferrell, Jr., Sandra Fields Simmons and Charles McDonald, Jr. Special thanks to: Jeffrey Rhodes and the staff of Ray Williams Funeral Home, Dr. Colleen Campbell, Dr. Lyons and the New Salem M. B. Church family. DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT MS. JACQUELINE SMITH Ms. Jacqueline Smith, so, ofTampa died on September 13,2010. She was a native of St. Petersburg and a graduate of Gibbs High School, class of 1978. The funeral service will be held Saturday, September 25, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church, with a viewing held prior to the service from 9-11 a.m Visitation will be held Friday, September 24, 2010, from 4-7 p. m. and the family will receive friends at 6 p. m. at Smith Funeral Home, 1534 18th Avenue South, St. Petersburg. To share condolences, please call (727) 894-2266 or Latoya Smith at (813) 4810846. SMITH FUNERAL HOME www.smithfhinc.com Ray Williams. MS.LEANORA HAMILTON Ms. Leanora Hamilton of .Brandon, FL, passed away Tuesday, September 21, 2010. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday; September 25, 2010, at 2 p. m. at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 East Chipco Street, with Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, pastor, of ficiating. Interment will take place at a later date in Jamaica, West Indies. Ms. Hamilton was a native of Jamaica, West Indies, and a resident of Brandon, FL. She immigrated to the United States in 1965 and brought her family over shortly thereafter. She trained. as a CNA and workedpart-time jobs to sup-. port her family. She later worked at Mid Island Hospital in New York for a number of years before relocating to Bran don, FL. She continued work ing in the health care profession at University. Community Hospital. until her retirement in 2003. Ms. Hamilton was a member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church and always spoke so lovingly about her church and all the activities in which she wa:s involved. She leaves to cherish her memory: 3 children, Olga, Der rick and Lascelle; 5 grandchildren, Omw, Derrick, -Jr., Lascelle, Jr., Zachary and Alia; brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews and a large extended family. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, September 24, 2010; at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Av-enue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME; Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com State NAACP-Warns: Opponents ot Amendments 5 & 6 Will Use Shameless Tactics 01 The Past To Contuse Voters By: Adora Obi Nweze President, FSC NAACP Describing the launch of the movement to defeat constitu tional Amendments 5 & 6 as a throwback to a very dark time in our history," Florida State Conference President of the NAACP Adora Obi Nweze issued an alert to all Floridians to be prepared for campaign designed to kill the ballot initiatives that will take the politics out of the district drawing process. "It should frighten all Floridians to know that some elected officials will stop at nothing to protect their political status by continuing to draw districts that serve them exclusively. More disturbing is the blatant use of African Americans to justify the continued gerry mandering of districts that benefit them only The courts have quashed that argument three times. Now we see the launch of a political campaign to continue a political process that excludes the people. FYI Our position is in support of Amendments 5 & 6 and should clearly define the fact that the amendments wUl serve all Floridians and people of color very well These amendments reinforce the Voting Rights Act and other federal safeguards. The passage of these constitu tional amendments will result in fair districts and equal rep resentation," Nweze said. Lawmakers recently lost 3 attempts to undermine amendments 5 & 6 in Florida courts. Judges and finallythe Florida Supreme Court said their efforts did not meet legal criteria, were confusing and designed to undercut the in tent of the amendments which would not benefit the public. The approval of Amendments 5 and 6 will permanently pro tect minority voting rights in the Florida Constitution. Amendments 5 and 6 will stop politicians from draWing dis tricts to suit their own polit:ical ambitions and will protect the rights of all voters in Florida and most certainly minority voters. Nweze concluded, "The Florida NAACP proudly joins a host of independent nonparti san organizations supporting Fair District in an effort that has needed confirmation since the hite 196o s. It's time to take the politics out of representa tion." Tampa Bay Tec}:l Class Reunion The Tampa Bay Tech Class of 1980 will be celebrating its 30th Class Reunion September 24-26, 2010 at the Hilton Tampa Airport, 2225 Lois Ave. For more information, please contact Yvette Williams-Stephens (770) 910-4576. Blue Suede Shoes Cafe The Ada T. Payne Friends ofthe Urban Libraries will be hosting their 'one-night-only' Blue Suede Shoes Cafe on Sunday, September 26, 2010. The event will be held 4-6 p. m. at Marti 1226 E. 7th Ave. (Ybor City). For a nominal fee, show off your classiest shoes while listening to the sounds 0f Kitty Daniels and Majid Shabazz. Light refresh ments will also be available while catching some shoe designs by CeCe Bythewood. For more information, contact Howard Harris ,at 813-2220310. Middleton High Class Of 1.966 The Middleton Senior High School Class of 1966 Will meet Tues day, Sept. 28, 2010 C!.t 5:30 p. m. at the College Hill Branch Library. Classmates will worship together Sunday, Sept: 26th, at Bible Based Fellowship Church, 4903 Ehrlich Rd., Dr. Arthur T. Jones, pastor. Classmates are asked to meet at the church by 9:45 a. m. for the 10 a. m. service. Classmates will dine at Picadilly Cafeteria in Carrollwood after the service. Sarcoidosis Support Group The Tampa Bay Sarcoidosis Support Group will meet Saturday Sept. 25, 2010, 4-6 p. m., at the College Hill Branch Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. There will be fun, food, door prizes. 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Crime Man Charged With Raping, Kidnapping Woman CHRISTOPHER BROWN Tampa Police have charged a man with raping a woman he offered a ride. The inci dent took place in July. .According tp reports, Christopher Brown, 25, offered the woman a ride when she became stranded in Ybor City on July 17th. Police said the 23-year-old victim and her boyfriend were visiting from out of town and got into a fight and left in opposite directions. Brown, who was at the same club as the couple, offered the victim a ride. Police said the victim got into Brown's vehicle, and he drove to an unknown location where he allegedly slapped her in the face and head, and ordered her to remove her clothing. He reportedly sexually battered her in three separate incidents, eventually leaving her in the 9600 block of nth Street. Brown was identified through DNA analysis and was arrested Tuesday on charges of sexual battery and kidnapping. He is being held in jail with his bail set at $50 ,000. Suspect linked To Shooting At High School Football Game CORTEZ LITTLE ST. PETERSBURG-On Wednesday, St. Petersburg Police arrested Cortez Little, 17, in connection to an armed robbery that took place September 13th. Robbery detectives determined that Little was one of four suspects who robbed two juveniles at gunpoint, taking a cell phone and cash. During the robbery, one suspect fired a handgun into the street -when one victim questioned -whether the gun was real. A shell casing was later recovered from the scene. After robbery, the susTRONRUSS pects left the area in a white four-door vehicle A second suspect, Tron Russ, 18, was identified and arrested on September 18th. The firearm used in the rob bery has not been recovered Little has also been identi fied as one of the individuals involved in the September 3rd shooting incident outside Lakewood High School during a football game. The investigation is ongoing, and no charges have been filed against Little in connection with the school shooting at this time. Woman Allegedlv Exposed Herself To Children, Adults THERESE INGRAM On Monday afternoon, Tampa Police arrested a woman who reportedly exposed herself to two women and four children. According to reports, Therese Ingram, 38, was sitting outside her apartment drinking beer when she began to have words with her neigh bor. Police said Ingram told her neighbor the one-bedroom apartment she occupied was too small for four children. An argument began, and police said that's when Ingram pulled up her dress in front of the two women and fo_ur children, revealing the fact she was not wearing underwear, and made a vulgar comment. Police were called, and Ingram was charged with four counts of lewd and lasciv. ious exhibition in the presence of minors under 16, and two counts of exposure of sexual organs. She is being held with her bail set at $31,000. Man Uses Guitar To End Argument JULIUSCASTERBERRY ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police arrested a man Saturday who allegedly hit another man in the head with a guitar. According to reports, Julius Casterberry, 47, was arguing with Henry Taylor early Saturday morn ing when he grabbed an electric guitar and hit Taylor over the head several times, breaking the guitar into pieces, police said. Taylor was treated and released at a local hospital and Casterberry was charged with aggravated battery. H e i s being held in jail .ffi.th a t Man Identified As Kidnapper ST. PETERSBURG-On Tuesday St. Petersburg Polic e arrested a man on charges h e was among a group of armed men wearing ski masks that allegedly kidnapped two men who were leaving a store in February. JAKAR FLOURNOY vehicle used during the offense. Investigators said the other suspects have not been iden tified, and the victims were 18 and 24 years old. ::c 0 ?< en m "'C -f m OJ m ::c 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 Police said Jakar Flournoy, 22, and his accomplices took two men and their vehicle to a vacant house February 26th. At that location, police said the two men were beaten and robbed before they were put into the trunk of the vehicle. They were taken to an apartment before the kidnappers fled after one of them thought he saw an unmarked police car in the area. Flournoy was charged with carjacking robbery and kidnapping. He is being held in jail with a bond of $300,000. Police said they identified him from fingerprints they found on the During the offense, police said one of the victims was struck in the head because he. only had $14. The other victim had $1,500, police said, and was planning to use it to buy a car for the mother of 0 his child. :!! Woman Charged In Stabbing ST. PETERSBURG On Tuesday, St. Petersburg Police arrested a 28-year-old woman on attempted second-degree murder charges. According to detectives, on September 19th, Cedrina Wright tried to kill Chamera Brown, her alleged lover Police said Wright went to an apartment on L ynn Lake Driv e where Br,own lives with Keosha Williams, to confront her about a relation ship Brown was reportedly having with Williams. CEDRINA WRIGHT to St. Anthony's Hospital, where she was transferred to Bayfront Medical Center for en m z -1 z m r-Ill c: r r m :::! z "'C c: OJ r-u; :I: m 0 Police said there was an argument, and Wright allegedly armed herself with a kitchen knife and stabbed Brown in the neck, just missing a major vein. emergency surgery. According to documents, :!! without emergency care, Brown would have died. "' Wright is being held in jail Wright then drove Brown with her bail set at $100,00. 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0 ?""' 0 C\1 -::!" N a: w m :E w 1-a. w (J) c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c (J) w :;) 1-ft w > w c w J: (J) :::i lD :;) a. z i= W I ...J ...J :;) m ...J w z i= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ...J LL Sleeping with your baby is dangerous ... ALWAYS use a crib. Some parents believe sleeping with their baby will protect their child from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Nothing can be further from the truth! In fact, sleeping with your baby is dangerous and actually raises the risk of infant death. Remember, the safest place for an infant to sleep is alone in a crib-in the parents' room for the first six months of life. Visit www.DreamsWorthGrowing.com to learn more about safe sleeping habits, and Your Children's Board encourages you to visit our website early and often to learn about exciting discounts and offers for families to local area attractions! We've Got an App for That Too! Each year, the Children's Board develops a "Family Guide to Services _in l:fillsborough County" to connect our to the many available services that help families flourish. Recently this popular Q!Jide was created in an electronic format specifically for iPhone and iPod Touch devices. Download Yours TodC!Iy!. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing


Middleton High School Class Of 1960 Celebrates 50th Anniversarv Th e Middleton High School Class of 1960 held their soth reunion Sept. 2-11, 2010. The reunion theme was Memories of the Good Ol' D ays." (Photos by Treasured Memories-Sylvester Harris) Middleton High School Class of 1960 50th Reunion participants included: David McCray, Gerard Williams, Helen Armstrong, Doretha Edgecomb, Bettye Gray, Betty Jo Hayes, Louise Favors, Dorothy Banks, Ruth Price, Melvene Palmer, Sandra Nelson, Carl Warren, Barbara Wright, Gwendolyn Bates, Jacqueline Preston, JoAnn Harris, Bettye Ennis, Rosetta Barnes, Georgia Nelson, E:rie Anderson, Chester White, Mae Johnson, Joyce Revels, Sharon Greene; Viola Fitzgerald, Esther Thompson, Wilbur Jones, Barbara Ellis, Betty White, Delores Hardy, Elsie Hires, Robert Williams, Arthur Kindler, Gerald Peterson, Nina Small, Nelson Griffith, Cora Yopp, Robert Gatlin, Arnetia Maasha, Joyce Marshall, James Marion, Margaret Brown, Freddie Edwards and Evelyn Keel. Middleton and Blake Classes of 1960 officers: Wilbert Malphus, Blake, President-elect; Elsie Hires, Middleton, President Elect; Chester White, Middleton, President; and Norma McCall Reese, Blake. Participants in the reunion Memorial Ceremony were: Barbara Ellis, Gloria McCoy, Sandra Nelson, Melvene Palmer, Dorothy Banks, Ruth Price, Wilbur Jones, Nina Small, Esther Thompson, Rosetta Barnes and Rita Anderson. Scholarship r ecipient, Cara Thomas, right, with her mother, Debra Thomas a t the reuni9n banquet on Sept. 4th Classmates who received awards during the reunion banquet. The 1960 Class of Howard W. Blake High School was the special guest of the Tigers at their reunion picnic at Lowry Park on Sept. 5 2010. The class worshipped at Tru e Faith Inspirational Church.


N a: UJ m :E UJ 1-a.. UJ en >= <( c a: LL. Volunteers Needed For Youth Mentoring Program BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The Goodwill Youth Mentoring Program, a part of Goodwill Industries-Suncoast, wants the public to know they could have a positive impact on a teenager's life by volunteer ing an hour a week as a mentor for Goodwill s GoodGuides Youth Mentor ing Program. GoodGuides helps 12-to17-year-olds who face risk factors sucl). as school fail ure, family violence and other challenges. Young people are paired with car" They face so many dis tractions. Things such as peer influence, poor s c hool performance, and not set ting long term goal s are among the biggest problems they have to deal with." Bean said aside from mentoring services, they offer a lot of community services for the entire family through partnerships with social service and other community organizations. GoodGuides wants to con nect volunteers with a young person who could benefit from your attention and guidance Both adult and peer mentors (16 or older) are needed, but young male mentors are in dire need. Also, local busi nesses are invited to offer team mentoring in the workplace ing vohinteer mentors who lend a supportive ear and c offer guidance to help them 0: finish school and build ca We also would love to form a partnership with law enforcement and judicial personnel, but it hasn't hap pened yet. That's something very important to us, and we will continue to try and cultivate that relationship. "One thing we've found with today's youth is they are very receptive when you put them in a forum, but once they return to the com munity, it's all lost. It's dif ficult competing against the things that are constantly in their lives. It's hard to con vince them to change." AB a GoodGuides mentor, you will follow a brief orien tation, attend training, and for the first few months, spend time with your teen in a structured group set ting. Through a series of group activities, you'll get to know your teen and help them establish goals. Mentors are asked to volunteer 4-to-6 hours a month, and to make at least a one-year commitment. LL c z c( c en w :::) 1reer plans. GoodGuides ProgramMa nager, Joshua Bean, said the biggest challenge for young people today is find ing positive role models either inside or outside of w If you are interested in mentoring a teenager in Pinellas or Hillsborough counties, contact the GoodGuides program man ager at (727) 423-1379. > w c w ::t: en :::; m :::) a. z t= w ..J ..J :::) m ..J UJ z t= c a: 0 ..J \ u.._ m I N UJ Hillsborough County Notice of Public Hearing To Review IIUiaboroach Llat ol Real Javeatoq lor Allordable Bouslaa The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will hold a public hearing on October 6, 2010 to take public comments pursuant to Section 125.379, Florida Statutes. Hillsborough County is reqUired to prepare an inventory list, by July 1, 2007 and every three (3) years thereafter, of all of real property in the County to which the County holds fee simple title that is appropriate for use as affordable housing. The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners must review this inventory list at a public hearing and may revise the inventocy list at the conclusion of the public hearing. The Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners will adopt a resolution that includes the final inventory !ist following the public hearing This inventory list was updated by a resolution adopted after a public hearing on June 16,2010. Since June 16,2010, Hillsborough County has acquired additional properties under its Neighborhood Stabilization Program and would like to add these properties to the inventory list. The properties identified on the inventory list may be offered for sale and the proceeds used to purchase land for the development of affordable housing or to increase the local government fund earmarked for affordable housing, or may be sold with a restriction that requires the development ofthe property or a portion thereof as permanent affordable housing, or may be donated to. a nonprofit housing organization for the Construction of permanent affordable housing. Alternatively, the County may otherwise make the property available for use for the production and preservation of permanent affordable housing. A PUbHc Hearing will be held on Wed., Oct. 6, at 2 p.m. to receive comments and input on the List of Real Property Inventory appropriate for Affordable Housing. This hearing .,..m be held at the Frederick B. Karl County Center, 601_ E. Kennedy BlvtL, lnd Floor Boardroom, downtown Tampa The List ofList ofReal Property Inventory appropriate for Affordable Housing Action Plan and Action Plan Amendments (incorporated therein) will be available for review at the following locations from Sept. 23 through Oct. 6, 2010: Affordable Housing website at: www.hillsboroughcounty.orglaffordablehousingoffice/ resources/publicationslhome.cfm Affordable Housing Department-1208 Tech Boulevard, Suite 300, Tampa, FL 33619 78th Street C9mmunity Library -7625 Palm River Road, Tampa, FL 33619. Jimmy B. Keel Library 2902 West Bearss Ave., Tampa, FL 33618 Ruskin Library -1 Dickman Drive SE, Ruskin, FL 33.570 Bruton Memorial Library -302 McLendon Street, Plant City. FL 33563 University Area Community Center-14013 22nd Street, Tampa. FL 33613 For more info.rmation, please caD Lanette E. Glass at (813) 274-6672, TTY (813) 301-7173. Para informacion en espaifol, /lamar a/246-3150 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BO!Ci allst about your .--cis, or come for a .pvisit and take a tour. YOU NEED A SCHOOL THAT'S RIGHT FOR YOU, RIGHT NOW There is no cost to attand and all programs are free. For ages 16-21 -LOCAnON Seminole Helghta Charter High School 4006 N Aorida Avenue Tampa, FL 33603 n Cruise y 22, 2011 Seven Days on this exciting cruise "Carnival legend" Grand


5irthda Greetin jJ Happy 18th Binhdav, Jenrev Wilson, Jr. Happv Birthdav lSeptember 22, 20101 -f m s: m m :c I\) Then.(3 Months) Now Who would've thought that 18 years ago our beautiful baby boy was going to gtow into such a fine young man! We lqve you very .muc;h and we're very proud of you! Mommy arid Daddy. Happy 5th Birthday! MICHl 2 -Lbs., 2 Ozs. On the 25th day of September, 2005, I gave birth to a Mir acle, weighing in at 2 lbs., 2 ozs., and 19 in: long. Mir-a-cle such an effect or event manifesting or considered as a work of God. Because it was only God who has brought and seen my son through. Happy 5th birthday, Michi. LoVe, Mommy, Daddy and Lil Mike. ETHEL CHAPMAN JESSICA MAITHEWS And ZION Happy birthda y to Ethel. Thanking the Lord for 68 years, wow! Happy birthday to my daughter, Melissa Chapman, September 30th. God bless. What's up Jessica Mathews and Zion. Happy birthday Sweetie Pie, September 30th. God bless. TYRONE WELLS Happy birthda y Tyrone. Love, always, Desiree. JA'LEYIAH, a.k.a., LIL MEL Happ y birthday Dooda Bug. Love mommy, daddy and Co by. MS. ANGELIC CATISSA Congratulating Ms. Angelic Catissa on her special occa sion ... She will be celebrating with devoted family and fr:iends on Sept. 25th at Boomerang start. ing at 10 p ; m. She will be lo cated to the right, inside the red v.i.p. section. It's a zebra affair but not mandatory. SN: God is good! SAMIYA OGLESBY Happy birthday to Cupcake. Love, mom, Tonya Lovette. Happv Birthdav DESTINY PICKENS Happy birthday to Dee-Dee. Love, your aunt, .Tonya Lovette. Happv Birthdav KESHA. MANN And CROOKET COP I\) 0 ..... 0 Happy birthday to the number #1lady in my life C> May God bless you to see many, many more. I love you Baby !: Girl. a.


BirthdacY Greetings ..f' N a: w m :E w ..... D. w (J) c::c c a: LL c a: LL c z .C::C c (J) w ..... w > w c w ::J: (J) :::l m D. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w (J) c::c c a: 0 ..J LL Happy Anniversary MARTY And CLEVETI'A MCHENRY B a by, w h e n God bl esse d me with you tha t was a good thing. We made 11 years of it 9-19-10, Marty and Clevetta McHenry. Happy Anniversary MR. And MRS. ALBERT (JOHNNIE MAE) BLOCKER 9-20-10 Happy 51 years to our parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert (Johnnie Mae) Blocker. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship ..... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday -Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. L------"---'-__::; BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows _And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." look Who's Been Married 51 Years ....-_ MR. And MRS. ALBERT (JOHNNIE MAE) BLOCKER You all do your thing. From, your children, 'Joann, Cleveland, Clevetta and Mar vin. FYI Animal Crueltv Hotline Created This year the Hillsborough County Animal Services has made 70 criminal animal abuse cases. Last year they made more than uo cases made. In response to what appears to be an increase in animal cruelty cases, the Hillsborough County Animal Services announced a new Animal Cruelty Reporting Hotline. Residents can call (813) 744-5550 to report tips and other in formation regarding animal neglect and abuse St Mark Missionary Baptist Church 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Flotida 33616 (813) 839-5263 "Building On A Firm Foundation" Sunday School-9-.30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 10".55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study &'J> P.M. Transportation Services Available NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. 33610 (813} "48-6600 Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@lbcch.org Meeting Writers Alliance Meeting Planned The General Meeting of Tampa Writers Alliance will be at 7 p.m., on Wednesday, October 6, 2010, at the Car rollwood Barnes and Noble Bookstore, 11802 North Dale Mabry (just south of Piccidilly Cafeteria, same side), Tampa The guest speaker will be Deborah Fretham, and her topic will be "Ghost Stories." Prospective members are welcome to attend. To join Tampa Writers Alliance, con tact Elisabeth Fontugne, TWA Treasurer, POB 157, Lutz, FL 33549 President Chris Taylor can be reached at (813) 9962713. Contact Publicity Chair person Adele Ida Walter for directions or other meeting dates at (813) 932-6902. Potential members are also encouraged to visit the web site at wv.w tampawfiters.org. 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O.Box290415 Tampa,R.33687 (813) 784-1021 FeadOUrChllchn.org PASTOR MOSES BROWN :smrlluBI Growth And Sharing God's Love REV. WALTER J. WIJ.IAMS Pastor Ear1y Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship-10:55 A M. Wed. Family Night-7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist Worship Opportunities SUN Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M


, Sunda School Thank God For His Grace And His Mercv In this week s lesson from Exodus 34:1-10 we see Moses recovering from breaking the commandments of God. Moses did not break the command ments by not following them; he broke them by actually taking the tablets and throwing them down on the ground. God had previously taken the time to record all of His commandments on the tablets a .nd presented them to Moses to teach the people. When God first gave them the commandments, the only work re quired by man was to teach them and follow them. God does not ask us for much, but to follow the commandments. This text shows us the consequences of not doing what God in structs. God says to Moses, make two tablets out of stone like the first ones (vs. 1). God freely supplied the tablets before. Because Moses broke the first tablets out of frustration, God made him work to get the second ones. When y ou take advantage of God s goodness and kindness He will require you to work to be reestab Before Moses was allowed to bring others up on the mountain with him. Because of his mishan dling of the commandments, God instructs him to come alone (vs. 3). While Moses is on the mountain, God shows up in a cloud (vs. 5). The cloud in the story of the Exodus symbolizes the presence of God. Wher ever there is a cloud there is God's presence. God stood with Moses on the mountain and proclaimed His name. God identifies Himself to Moses and speaks of His own characteristics. God never wants you to wonder who it is who s talking to you. When God wants to meet with you, you make sure that He identifies Himself. God lets Moses know that He is gracious, merciful, longsuffering, abundant in goodness and truth, keeps mercy for thousands, and forgives iniquity (vv. 6, 7). This is a good opening because it lets Moses know why he is still able to stand before God. After breaking the commandments as Moses did, he, nor the Israelites deserved to have any relationship with God. Th e r e a r e some c omm andments that are of ., -t God tha t y ou h a ve broke n. m D espite your actions y ou :5: s till have a cc e s s to God and He continue s to a llo w JJ y ou to com e before Him. WH Y ? B eca us e of Hi s p e r-N sona l attributes H e li s t e d g to Mose s If H e we r e not o these things, God would hav e left them to di e b y the ene m y 's hand. God said that although He is merciful, those who sin will be punished. Be lievers must know that at some point, God will deal with you and the sins you commit. Moses petitions God for mercy and favor after hearing God s description of Himself; Moses asked God to go with them although the people are stiffnecked (vs. 9). Beyond the request for God to be with them, at least Moses is willing to acknowledge that they are stiff-necked. rThere comes a point in your life when you just 0 need to be honest with God )> about your faults. Acen knowledging them is good. The request to follow has ::! less to do with your quality Z and more to do with God's. J!! m c rGRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 3) 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship 8 A.M Sunday School-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10: 50 A M Bible Study Wed -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. lake Ave. 248-4127 Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30A.M Morning Worship 10:45 A.M B ible Class 4 :30P.M Evening Worshi p 5 P.M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 : 30 P. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa .. Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol;com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. WOFISHIP11 A. M 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PMFamily Series Hour (B.T.U. ) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM-Prayer 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM Bible Study DR. C. T. ICIRIO.AID, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. REV. M. MURRAY, Pastor Sunday School9 :45a. m Morning Worship11 a m. Evening Worship -5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday7 :30 p.m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPnST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, Fl33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office: (813) 677-5988 Fax : (8 13) 672-0514 E -Mail: fbcopvtampabay.rr .oom DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worshi p Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A M 4:!!:!1Jiillmft Sunday : 45A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A.M. Adult Wednesday-7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30P. M Adult A Campt.e For Faith Bible lnstitl.te G r<7Ning The Chu"ch For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 :8. 1 Thes 1 :8) New Testament M. B. HERITAGE CHRIS'nAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa,_ FL 33688 Chii'Ch Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. (813) 986-3971 (813) 610-1 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30 A.M. Sun Morning Worship 11 A.M REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Wed. Night: Youth P r ayer Service And Bible Study SUnday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Thurs Nigh t: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers Sunday School A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. 1 Can Do All Things Through. Christ Who Strengthens Ms."-Phil. 4:13 ST. MATDIEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave. Tampa, FL 0 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsimstampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A. 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0 c; Loca N a: w ID :E w 1a. St. Peter Claver S c hool Celebrates Grandparents' Dav Th e youn g p e opl e a t St. P e t e r Claver C a tholi c S c h oo l t oo k t he o p p o rtuni ty t o celebra t e the littl e -kno wn Gr a ndp a r ents' D ay." Th e students h a d a G r a ndp a r e nt s Day progr a m a t the N i c k C a pitan o W Boys a n d Gir l s C lub G r a ndp arents were i nvit ed so t h a t t hey co ul d b e r e cognized. (Photos b y Julia Jackson) <( c a: L1. c a: L1. c z <( c en w ;:) 1> a: w > w c w :I: en ...J ID ;:) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) ID ...J w z p: 2: w en <( c a: 0 ...J u. The Pre-K class getting ready for their presentation. 3613 N 23rd St.** Tamr,a, FL 33605 (813) 2473 055 Chur c h ( 813) 613-4600 C e ll u l ar Emai l: b i shopandrews l ive.com SERVICE TIMES S un day Sc hool 1 0 A M M orning Service-11 :30 A.M Even i ng Service7 :30 P M. B i b l e Study T uesday Even ing Bibl e Band 7:3 0 P M Thurs d ay Eve nin g YPWW -7:30 P M 1 st A n d 3 r d Frid ay Even i n g Women's O utreach Ministry7:30 P M. IN'rlntNA'riONill .. _..... ',{: --,.,_,"?, '..+. } ransJormmi(Potcmtut tnto 'fe .Jormance" '/ wafship w ilhus '" Sunday MorniiJQ 11 A.M,t--j ] At _,/ : The Crowne Plaza Hotel 10221'Princess Palm Tampa, FL 33610:"' 1 fw For More Information -Please Call 81 2 VICTORY, UNITED AMERICAN FREE Will BAPTIST CHURCH, INC. 7504 Causeway Blvd.** Tampa, FL 33619 813.622.6815 SERVICE TIMES 10:00 A.M.-Sunday School 11:30 A .M. Sunday Morning Service 7:30 P. M. -Friday Night Prayer Bible Study ElDRESS JAMIE S. OVERSlREET, Ed.S. Pastorrreacher/Evangelist C : 813.323.5695 "A Growing Giving Church Reaching Lost Souls For Christ" Sister Debra Opong YaoTrustee Chair Grandparents enjoying the program put on in their honor by the students of St. Peter Claver Catholic School. The 4th grade class at St. Peter Claver presenting their part of the program. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fairbanks** Tampa 33612 ** Corne r Of 9th And Fai rbanks 2 4 5 75 4 1 Wednesday Prayer Service 77:30P.M. Bible Study-7:30-8:30 P.M. The Public Is Invited. New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc Kingdom Life ELDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor {813) 425-5299 7402 N. 56th St, Bldg 700, Ste. 790 Tampa, Fl33617 Worship--Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Children's Ministry During Worship Service The Voice Men's Ministry Tuesday, 7 p.m. Gateway To Excellence Women's Ministry --Wednesday, 7 p.m. ask@nhcwc.org h BAPDST CHURCH 1201 H.J8ff8rsonst. Tampa.R.33&02 (8131 229-1390 sunda y .. 9:15 am. Morning WorshiP ................ ._ ..................... 1 1 a.m. Prayer service, Tuesdav ............................... 6 p.m. Awana Bible Study, pm. Bible studY. Tuesdav ................................... 1 p.m. I Can Do All Things Throullh Christ Which Slren!llhenelh Me. Philiooians 4:13 REV. OSCAR JOHNSON, JR. Pastor /Teacher ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Corner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Sunday: Tuesday: Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School I Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30 P M Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M Adult & Youth Mid Week Service EmaifUsAt: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK


Local Labor oav Fun Fest Activity was abuz z on Labor Day at True Holiness Church A Labor Day Fun Fest has held there with several agencies sharing information with those in attendance. There was fun for the whole family, including entertainment and food. (Photography by BRUNSON) Business owners at the free event included Candy Lowe and Gary Onzy, kneeling in front; Kyle Jackson, David Winston, Connie Melton, Stephanie Sykes, Dorie Coney, Leola Harris, Gail Anderson and Edward Aikens ,, H. L. Allen, Sam McPherson and Jimmy Wright represented one of the businesses. Jarvis El-Amin was also in attendance. Hair-cutting was also a part of the Labor Day Fun Fest. Eddie Davis give little I'Ron Massaline, Jr. a hair cut. Sharing information at the public event were Robert Stultz and Betty Townsel. Burgess School of The Arts .. !12 .... Gu i tar, Drums Violin and Dance. ....... ..... .... ... I t'l?.'v\1 3) GUITAR SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILA!3LE Located in Ybor City at 2218 3rd Ave Tampa, FL 33605 www.burgessschoolofthearts.com Theme: "A Servant Walking Worthy of His Calling" Scriptural Reference: I Timothy 5:17 Anniversary Services September 26,2010 A.M.: Family & Friends Honoring Pastor & Sis. Daniels -Rev. Alex Harper, Speaker ... 3:30 P.M., Mt. Olive M.B. Church, Rev. Dr. C. Epps, Pastor You are cordially invited to JOin us as we honor our beloved pastor and wife! 'Kronk For Christ' To "C Aid Young Man Heading III To PAL Boxing Finals BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff\Vriter After hearing about the plight of amateur boxer, Donald "Wrecking Ball" Krunk For Christ and its founders, Minister Michele B. Patty and Corey "King Cobra" Felton, have pledged to make a donation to help the young man reach the PAL Boxing Championships in San Antonio, Texas. "We've stepped up, and we're asking the community to do the same," said Min. Patty. "We can't give the young man all the money he needs to make the trip, but we can get things started. This young man comes from aa environment without parental guidance, and needs our help so he stays 1\) focused on his goal to comg pete in the Olympic Games, 0 then embark on a professional career. Coach John "Saw Pretty" Brooks, who has trained the young man says he's never seen anyone with as. much potential as Wrecking Ball, and he would hate to see that potential be wasted "This is how we keep them off the streets. This is how we help them reshape their lives. They can't do it alone. They need our help, and this young man will pay everyone back when he represents Tampa and his coun0 try in the PAL champi2:! onships, then later the Olympic Games." Min. Patty said their Z contribution will be made in memory of her late grand-m son, Byron Patty, Jr. III c: r r m :::! First Missionary Baptist Church Of Seffner 6720 County Rd. 579 Seffner, FL 33594 Theme: A man's heart deviseth his way, but the Lord directeth his steps Proverbs 16 : 9 September 26, 2010 3:30P.M. -Pastor/Teacher ANNUAL WOMEN'S DAY PROGRAM Theme.: Women On A Mission, Campaigning For The Lord-Luke 4:18-19 SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2010 11. :00 A.M. Worship Service Speaker: ...,. ... ..,.,.n.n .... CARRIE WILLIAMS College Hill Church of God In Christ (Elder Charles Davis) Chairperson Ernestine Trice $1 Co-Chairperson Unda Johnson -.


0 Local '<:t N a: w Ill :iE w 1-a. w (j) c a: LL Ill I CIO w Familv Literacv Campaign Focuses On Children And Reading On Saturday, September 25th from noon until 3 p.m., It's All About Kids will host a free Family Literacy Campaign. The purpose of the event is to focus attention on the organization's Sit & R ead To Our Children Campaign." The event will be held at It's All About Kids, Inc., 2105 University Mall and family members are encouraged to participate. Youngsters in need of help with reading, math, or homework can visit the Buzz Learning Lab at the same location to obtain information about other programs being offered. Those in attendance will participate in face painting, arts & crafts, storytelling, and family games. There will also be prizes and free children's books while sup plies last. Ms. Wanda De La Rosa, Executive Director of It's All About Kids, Inc., is encouraging parents to register online because the books are limited. Anyone interested in registering can visit the website at www.itsallaboutkids.org. or call (813) 269-4402 for more information. Ordination Service will be held Oct. 3rd, 5 P : Mat Discovery Christian Church 10902 N. Armenia Ave., Tampa 33612 For more information: Rosie Delisca 446-0537. Come join Pastor And Evangelist Afolabi Ehikioya For Our REST 0 RAT I 0 N 2010 CONVENTION Theme: "Your.Divine Expectation" PRAYER FOUNTAIN ASSEMBLY 1506 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (813) 470-9929 (813) 943-2105 1----0 CT 0 8 E R 8, 9, 10,2010 Friday, October 8th 11 A. M. Part 1 6 P. M. Part 2 Women's Conference -11 A.M. Saturday, October 9th 11 A. M. Part 1 7 P. M. Part 2 Sunday, October 1Oth 11 A. M. Until Breakfast And Lunch Ser\ted BRO. JOHN PAUL BISHOP A. A. RUTIVI MARLOW Guest Speaker Guest Speaker PASTOR AFOI.ABI & EVANGELIST ESTHER EHIKIOYA Hosts www.prayerfountain.org Area's Oldest House For Sale This house at 3210 East 8th Avenue is Tampa and County's oldest house. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Ronald Mack bought the house at 3210 East 8th Avenue in 2003; he was fascinated by its history and the fact it was construct ed in 1842. As it turned out, Mack is the owner of the oldest house in Tampa and Hillsborough County. Mack said he never want ed to change anything about the house when he bought it. "The house was constructed without nails. They used wooden pegs, and you can still see evidence of it inside the walls and underneath the siding." "I was also fascinated to discover the house was a des tination for tourists, and former governor, Jeb Bush, THE GOSPEL LINt(S J'. Nf;W M. ; >'g1o1 e ;Lake 'Ave-" Tampa, 336Q5"i}1)" David Carson, Pastor '?! All groups are invited to attend!!! All of God's people are welcome, also!! Come out and enjoy Jesus with the Gospel Unks!! For Further Info, contact Sis. Allie Preston (813) 671-9034 or (813) 562-1026 Open Door PrQgram Come One, Come All!!! had also visited the house." Mack said the previous owner, James Felton, converted the house into a boarding house, but now it's unoccupied. "The house is very strong. I haven't had to make any seri. ous repairs, and the original structure is still there." Mack said he found out just how strong the house is when withstood several severe storms and tree limbs crashing down on it without the house suffering any structural or significant dam age. "Owning a part of history is alright, and I'd like to have a plaque put in front of it for kids to see how old it is." ''I'd also like the next owner to preserve the house and not tear it down. It should be allowed to stand as a part of history." Mack said e(forts were made to get the house designated a historic landmark, but nothing ever happened. "I think some of the historical organizations may be interested in buying the house. I was going to rehab it, but I didn t want to change anything. It's what you'd def initely call a real house." The realtor working with Mack to sell the house, Willie Dudley, said he's had 12 to 13 calls about the house and 6 to 7 people have come by. Mack said the house has traditional high ceilings, and very large rooms. "I think when the word gets out about the history of the house, more interest will be generated." The house originally sat :on the current site of Tampa City Hall before it was moveq in 1914 to its current loca tion. Felton wanted the house to remain a boarding house for men who would otherwise be homeless.


Local Inventor Of Unique Product Remorseful Over Child's Death BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When inventor and entre preneur, Booker T. Washington, Jr., heard what happened to 3-year-old Ruebensa Rozin a week ago, he cried. Washington invented a product that will keep the in terior of a car cool during the summer and warm during the winter when it is parked. "When I heard that that lit tle girl had been left in that car, I felt a little responsible. I've been trying to get my product marketed, and if I had gotten it out on the mar ket earlier, maybe her life would have been saved." "Now, we're working with a sense of urgency and things will speed up." Washington said he'd like to meet with the family of the child as well as members of the Ebenezer Haitian Church to give them all the support they need. "I want to show them my creation, and make it availBOOKERT. WASHINGTON, JR. able t o anyone at the church who is interested." "This is not the way I wanted to market my pro duct, but I hope this brings attention to this problem." Washington said he has a big marketing plan for this product, but the Tampa Bay area will be his primary mar ket. "I know once this hits the market, it will be in demand all over the country. I want to make sure the people of Tampa and the surrounding area get the first opportunity to use this device." Our Militar Men And Women Airman Completes Basic Training CJ) m Air Force Airman John W. Brooks recently gradu ated from basic training after completing all requirements. His training took place at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core val ues, physical fitness, and AIRMAN JOHN W.BROOKS basic warfare principles and skills. m Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits tom ward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Brooks, who is the son of George Brooks of Tampa, graduated from Jefferson High School in 2008. 0 Armv Enlistees Complete Training P{c. Hector M. Cox graduated from the Field Artillery Automated Tactical Data Systems Specialist Ad vanced Individual Training course at Fort Sill, in Law ton, Oklahoma. The son of Hector M. and. Yolanda Cox, of Tampa ; P{c. Cox is a 2009 graduate of Alonso High School. He is married to Zeleyka Cox, and is the son-in-law of Carmen M. Rivera of Tampa. Army P{c. Janet E. Pagan has gra.duated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, in Columbia, South Carolina. She is the daughter of Hector and Norma Pagan of Tampa. Pagan graduated in 2000 from Chamberlin High School, Tampa, and received an Associate's degree in 2009 from Hillsborough Community College. Sgt. Sean A. Twa re cently participated in one of the U. S. European Command's top military exer cises. Sgt. Twa participated in an exercise that was part of Task Force East, a multinational exercise held in eastern Bulgaria. He is a squad leader normally assigned to the 2nd Battalion; 28th In fantry, a battalion of the 172nd Infantry Brigade. Sgt. Twa is the son of Carey Twa of Abilene, Texas, and the grandson of Kamela Ryan of Tampa. ;:!! 0 "'nniiiiii'--IW )> CJ) m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "'D c: m r Ci) ::::1: m c


C\1 a: w IXl :E w 1-a. w en Fashion Photographer Featured In Teen Magazine a: w > w c w J: en :::i IXl ::: a. opportunity came about ear lier this year. "I was con tacted by the editor via a networking website. She said she wanted something Bo hemian. I thought about how I would find clothes my mom could afford when I was a teenager and the idea grew from there." Ms. Andersen decided to focus on working within a budget. Once the idea was firmly set, she shopped at the thrift stores and Goodwill. MS. ADRIENNE ANDERSEN ... Photography displayed in fashion magazine She put the ideas together ond Hand Shoppers and her friend, Reece FerStay In Style Without nando gave the nod on what Skipping A Beat Or pieces complimented each Breaking The Bank." other and provided the look Ms. Anderson said the she was after. He also styled message she conveys is, "Dethe model's hair for the fine your own style, taking photo shoot. It took about 3 something you find and makhours to complete. ing it yours." The feature is entitled, Although the feature is vol"Thrift Store Blues." The untary, it provides exposure caption reads, "Savvy Secin a different market and that can draw attention for other opportunities. z i= w ..J ..J ::: IXl ..J w z FATOU "I was very excited because it's a different market (New York) than Tampa. I hope to expand my name further. I didn't think I would get so many pages as well." i= z w en

Local 'Humble' Best Describes Local Promoter BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Tampa Bay area i s full of promo ters who seek out local clubs to bring in thei r clients Too Smooth is not one of them. This 46-year-old young man has always sought big ger venues and more quality entertainment, yet his presence during those events is virtually anonymous. Too Smooth is not a promoter whose name yo u see posted up a ll over town, but after you've attended one of his p 'romotions, you always leave wanting more. "I think one of my greatest assets is staying humble to the people responsible for my success. I am not a flamboyant type of man, and I don't seek a lot of personal attention. What I do seek is to bring in the kind of entertainment people are missing, and the kind that will attract a more mature audience." Over the past 20 years, Too Smooth has promoted comedy shows, stage producTOO SMOOTH tions and Gospel shows, although he said the latter is not something he enjoys "Gos pel shows are popular, but very hard to promote because you have so many personalities to deal with." Too Smooth said what he concentrates on is keeping in touch with what people talk about and what they say they would like to see. "Of all the promotions I've done, I think my best show has been the journey of my imagination. My best contract as a promoter is my covenant with God, and my best work has been during the late hours of the night when I jump up and start writing. "''ve felt lik e throwing in the towel many times because I felt burned-out and underappreci a ted. That's when I look back on m y journey and realize going backwards will take longer tha n moving forward." Too Smooth said right now, everything has been a character building experience and he praises God for the good and bad things he's experienced. "I've always had a burning desire to succeed and I try to instill that in young people. M y mother raised 12 children and never gave up. I try to hold on to her strength and will to keep me going as well as the lost history of a father." Too Smooth said he wants a solid foundation for his daughters so they can grow into queens, and the death of his grandmother continues to be his greatest motivation. "My advice to anyone in this career field is to let the Bible be their guide. Follow what it teaches, and you'll be prepared for anything." Thinking about buying your first home? We're here to .help you. Our online home loan guide gives you the answers you need to be a successful homeowner. Learn how much you can comfortably afford. Get a clear explanation of the entire home loan process. Find a local Bank of America lo an expert who will be with you every step of the way. Go to bankofamerica.comjmyhome or call1.800.301.3892. Bank of America. Home Loans FYI ., JJ ---------------------------------------c 'Miss Florida' To Speak To Bullv Buster Youth Council ?< (J) m "'tJ -t m s: OJ m The new "Miss Florida," Jaclyn Raulerson, was a victim of bullying in e l e m e n tary sc hool. Now her platform as Florida' s new Queen includes taking a stand against bullying and bullies. She will bring that message to the Hillsborough County Bully Busters Youth Council (BBYC) at their meeting on Tuesday, September 28th. The meeting will b e held at JJ 6 p.m. a t County Center 26th Floor, Confe r e n ce Room B, 1\) 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. in o downtown Tatnpa. Parents a r e welcome. For information, contact Carol Michel, Hillsborough County Criminal Justice, at (813) 276-2033, or email michelc @ hillsborough county.org. Congresswoman Urges Citizens To Take Advantage 01 National Initiatives U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor is encouraging all Floridians to take advantage of free or discounted telephone services. She is focusing attention on the services during "National Telephone Discount Lifeline Awareness Week." For more information visit the website at http: //www.psc.state.fl.utilities/telecomm/lifeline; or http: //www.lifeline.gov Anyone wishing to apply can contact the Florida Public Service Commissionis Division of Service, Safety and Consumer Assistance at (8oo) 342-3552; e-mail con., tact@psc.state.fl.us; or write r to the commission at Division of Service, State 52 and Consumer Assistance, -2540 Shumard Oak Blvd., m Tallahassee, FL 32399Z o85o. :::::! z Anyone needing additional m assistance can contact 1 Castor's Office at (813) 871-2817. m :::t z


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c a: lL c z <( c en w ::::) I-ii: w > w c w J: en :::::i m ::::) D.. z i=' w ...J ...J ::::) m Obama: People Still Hurting Despite Recession End PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON--Presi dent Barack Obama said Monday he does not care that the. U. S. recession has been declared over by a group of economists. For the millions of Americans who are out of work or otherwise struggling, he said, "it's still very real for them." Pres. Obama denied that he was anti-business or anti Wall Street in his economic proposals commenting under close questioning dur ing a town hall-style meeting broadcast live on CNBC tele vision. He offered a mixed verdict on the growing conservative movement known as the tea party, calling its skepticism of government "healthy" but adding, "The challenge of the tea party movement is to identify specifically 'What would you do?"' to help turn around the economy and pro duce jobs. The government cannot simply cut taxes on the wealthiest Americans "and magically think things are going to work out," he said. Focusing on the poor eco nomic conditions that existed when he took office, Pres. Obama said, "The hole was so deep that a lot of people out there are still hurting." Civil Rights Photographer Revealed As FBI Informant uj ERNEST C. WITHERS z i= z Famed civil rights photogtures and detailed informa rapher Ernest C. Withers tion about the schedules and has been revealed as an FBI whereabouts of key civil informant. rights leaders. a: Withers, who took the inIn most FBI documents g famous shot of Einmett Withers named was hidden lL Till's body in a casket, has and he was referred to as m I co w c.: been outed by Memphis "ME 338-R", however, The newspaper, The Commercial Appeal says agents forgot to Appeal, who conducted a tWo cover his name. year investigation into his Withers daughter says life. she's not convinced. According to The Appeal, "This is the first time I've the photographer who heard of this in my life ... My worked alongside Dr. King father's not here to defend provided the FBI with pit---.. himself." ESECU Is Hiring Security Specialist -Must Have A "D" License, Military Background g Test & Background Check 3 Years Experience Call (8i3) 621 7225 Dad Who Stormed School Bus Apologizes For Actions LAKE MARY, FL -A cen tral Florida father who stormed onto a school bus and threatened children because his 13-year-old disabled daughter had been bullied apologized to other students on the bus "who had nothing to do with this." James Willie Jones ap pearedonABC's "Good Morn ing America". He also said parents shouldn't react the way he did. He has a news conference scheduled for 10 a.m. Tues day. Jones said in a statement that he's sorry for his "inap propriate use oflanguage" and for the way he handled the sit uation. Woman Burned In Acid Hoax Charged .with Then BETHANYSTORRO VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON -A prosecutor in the case of a Washington state woman who falsely claimed a stranger had thrown acid in her face says the decision to charge her with theft was an easy one Clark County Deputy Prosecutor Tony Golik said on NBC's "Today" show that the charges are based on the press conferences that 28-year-old Bethany Storro held and the money she collected after the Aug. 30 hoax. Storro has since admitted smearing drain cleaner on her face in an attempt to kill herself Court records indicate Storro has spent about $1,500 of the $28,ooo col lected on dinner for her par ents, clothes for herself and a bill for a previous laser faciai peel. Storro faces three second degree felony theft charges. If convicted as charged, she could spend a maximum of five years in jail. James Willie Jones, center, and his wife, Deborah, right, along with their attorney, Natalie Jackson talk to reporters at the Spirit of Truth Worship Ministries in Lake Mary, FL, Tuesday, 21,2010. But he says his daughter suffers from cerebral palsy and he "could not stand by and watch her suffer." Jones was charged last week with disorderly conduct and disturbing a school nmc tion for the Sept. 3 incident. Murder Charge bpected In Mich. Serial Stabbings (Right) Etwan Wilson, 17, shows his knife wound and scar from surgery outside the Elias Abuelazam arraignment at 68th District Court in Flint, MI. DETROIT -A man sus pected in a series of stabbings in Michigan and tWo other states will likely be charged with murder next week, his lawyer said Friday. Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton said he would hold a news conference to announce new charges against Elias Abuelazam, but he declined to discuss them until then. Abuelazam's lawyer, Brian Morley said that he understands the case against his client will greatly expand to include at least one murder charge and 3-4 charges of as sault with intent to murder. Fourteen males were stabbed -five fatally -in a series of attacks between spring and early August in the Flint area, about 6o miles north of Detroit. Inner Citv-Teens Take Up Boxing To Fight For A Future Phil Green took it upon himself to keep as many kids as he could off the street, out of trouble and in a place where there are few other good options. He runs a show called Future Boxing, an after school escape for kids on the brink. "This program is not just about boxing, it's about the body, strengthening the mind. That goes together When you've got a strong body, you've got a strong mind", says Green founder of Future Boxing. It is a program about disci pline and respect. Phil's the ory is the most self-confidence a child has, the more likely they are to succeed : "My fa. vorite thing about being here is to make myself become a better person," says one of the kid boxers. "That's why I think the kids relate to me, and the staff, be cause we basically grew up fn the same areas as you, we've been "Yhere you at", says Green.


Second Mornings With The Mayor Held On Tuesday, September 14th, Mayor Gow Fields hosted the second "Mornings with The MayorWhat's on Your Mind? The host-site was The Apostle Henry Ross Family Life Center located in the Paul A. Diggs Neighborhood in Lakeland. While enjoying a delicious hot breakfast, citizens expressed their views, ask questions and provided feed back on their matters of con cern. The first "Mornings with The Mayor" was held at Fred' s Market on August 10th. The third breakfast will be held at the Cleveland Heights Golf Clubhouse on October 12th beginning at 7:ooa.m. First Reunion Held If you mention the name Fortson in Polk County, a word that will most likely come up in the conversation will be "singing." From a very young age, Ann Fortson remembers one of her brothers, Minister Jerome Fortson, and her sisters, Naomi Freeman, Nora Burroughs and Jill Glass singing together and/or indi vidually, at different church es and programs. When the group began, it was named The Fortson Sisters. "Our Daddy (the late Elmer Fortson) started it all. Daddy loved to sing. God has blessed us to keep the family legacy going," stated Ann. On Saturday, September uth, family members, friends and numerous gospel groups and singers congregated at Victory Temple Church of God by Faith in Lakeland, to celebrate in The Fortson Singers' First Reunion. Elder Rudolph W. Berry served as Master of Ceremony. The Devotion leaders were Evangelist Mayme Williamson and Brother Curtis Logan. Evangelist Connie Benton led the congregation in a Responsive Reading. Other program participants wer e : Prophet Rayner, Lessie Jordan, Sheila Williams, Carolyn Matthews arid Mother Rose Wilson. Elder Neal T. Phillips, Pastor of Victory Temple, d elivered words of Exhortation. All Nations Pentecostal Church Choir; Kathy Moore and The Chosen Few; Greater New Jerusalem M. B. Sanctuary Praise Choir; Hopkins Singers Voices of Deliverance; and Deacon Gene Bell were guests. Other participants were: Macedonia Worship & Praise Outreach Choir; The J. M. Box Ensemble; Jakayla Glass and Princess Freeman; The Anointed Voices of Christ, Valerie Whitfield, Georgia Ann Brown, The D. L. Bright Singers and Diane Ashley. Naomi Freeman and Mother Princess Fortson gave words of wisdom. Congratulations, New Officers The Lakeland Housing Authority's Resident Advisory Association, Inc., (LHARAA) held its election of officers on Friday, September 3rd. The officers elected were: Lillie Brown, President; Patricia Duncan, Vice President; Jenny Lopez, Secretary; Nita McGee, Treasurer; and Pierre Calixte, Parliamentarian. Lena Young-Green, of Tampa' s IREPA, serves as the Consultant for LHARAA Congratulations, LHARAA Office rs! Happy Birthday To You! JORDAESHIA GREEN-COLEMAN. Wishes for a happy birthday are extended to one of the number one ladies in my life, my baby girl, Jordaeshia GreenColeman, a.k.a. Joye, who celebrates her 24th birthday on today, September 24th. We love you, baby girl! May your day be filled with the desires of your heart, good health love, joy, peace and lots of gifts. May God continue to bless you with p1any more birthdays! RICHARD AND ELONA ADAMS Shaw-Nuf Talk extends l1appy anniversary wishes to Richard and Elona Adams of Lakeland, as the y celebrate their second year of marriage on September 27th. May the blessings of the Lord continue to be upon this union. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to "T1 hear from you. Share news 5 and/ or photos of your cele::!;! brations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, en weddings, family reunions, m civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and z community news etc., with m the readership :of The m Florida Sentinel Bulletin c: with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: m ::! shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or z calling (863) 513-8437. "tJ Shaw-Nuf Talk will share C: your exciting news with the readership! en :I: m 0 Scenes From Church Of God Bv Faith's Summer National Conference The Church of God by Faith's (COGBF) Summer National Conference was held at the Jacksonville Hyatt Riverfront. The conference opened on July 8th and concluded on July nth. The theme was 'Praise God For It. Members of COGBF church es from Polk County and all over the United States attend ed fciur days of training work shops, missionary I evangelism lasses, planning meetings and fellowship services. On Fri., July 9th, more than twenty women who have been called to serVice were consecrated as Teachers, Evangelists, Ministers and/ or Missionaries during a special noon day consecration cere mony. A memorable highlight of the was created when United States Congresswoman Corrine Brown rendered a special presentation to Bishop James E. McKnight, Sr. and Mother Jessie McKnight. The national church consists of fifteen districts throughout the U. S A. Each district oper ates under the leaders hip of a Superintendent: Southeast Alabama and North Florida, Elder J. C. Smith; Daytona Beach; Elder Alonzo Smith, Sr., Florida East Coast; Elder John Robinson, Jr., Gainesville; Elder James Williams, Jr., Jacksonville; Elder Harry Johnson, Northeast New York; Elder Sherman Roberts, Northwest New York; Elder David C. Rourk, Ocala; Elder James Ware, Palatka; and Elder Nazarine. Burney, South Carolina. Others are: Elder Mack Wilson, South Florida; Elder Herbert Green, South Georgia; Elder Quinton Neloms, Tampa West Coast; Elder James E. Williams, III, Dual States East; Elder Ronnie Roberts and Dual States West, Elder Alfonso Boone. The n at ional church will cel ebrate its 96th y ear during the winter n a tional con vent ion in Atlanta G eo rgia D ecember 16th-19th 2010 (Photos by Shaw-Nu.f) Michael Shaw and Elder Neal T. Phillips -share moments before service. Deacon Amos Landers is shown with his first grandchild, Carmen Willingham. G) m .... Deacon Ruben Allen, (center), and his family attended the conference. m


For Your Info C\1 o:i C\1 c: w [D 2 w 1a. w (/) >=' <( c a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( c (/) w :::: 1w > w c w ::I: (/) ::::i m :::: a. z i= w .J .J :::: 'lXI .J w z Family Matters A man travels the world over in search of what he needs, and returns home to find it. George Moo PART II 3. After school or work dis cuss the ups and downs of the day Have child recall their academic day high lighting what they did in each subject area Parents should also share about their work day and any spec ial projects they have to achieve. This discussion can be done at the dinner table, or at bed time as well. 4. Cook a meal together as a family 5. Set aside one day a week for family day or night. Play inside or outdoor games together walk exer cise go to movies and find a free or inexpensive com munity event. Year round Theme Park passes are great for family days 6. Couples should also have time set-aside just for each other. Go on a date play music and dance at home or snuggle up and watch a movie together While waiting on next week s column, empower your family to build their bonds by practicing at least one of the above sugges tions To comment on this column email me at: the gueenofsuccess @yahoo. com or connect with me on facebook. CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY (/) <( c a: 0 .J u.. m I co ,.... .,. ....... 9" .................................... $1 nt Brushes ............. .......................... 99 ...... 1VIJi r l LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! Know What's Not Covered In Your Home Insurance Policy The most important part of your home insurance pol icy is what your insurer agrees to pay in the event that your home is damaged Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fear less approach to reality based subjects! Dear Deanna! I can't reach my boyfr i end on an emot i onal level. I try to connect and encourage con versation in hopes he'll tell me how he feels about me. When I ask, he says the rela t i onsh i p is fine he's happy and things are okay I feel like I'm starving for attention and I need to hear things ver bally He says I m making a big deal out of nothing The more I ask, the more he re sists and now we're arguing Should I be content and not worry until he says some thing is wrong? Worried Heart Buffalo, NY Dear Worried: Your i nsecurity is going to or destroyed in what is con side red a covered" loss. That covered issue is where so many people get into trouble wreck this relationship You should observe your man's behav i or very close. Some men show affection through action instead of words. Pay attention to things he does to bond w ith you and if it makes sense go with the flow On the other hand if he' s a cold fish in his actions and verbal communication you have reason to worry. If this is the case demand some dia logue and decide if you want to stay in this situation or free yourself and move on. Dear Deanna! I have been designated as the babysitter and caregiver for my younger brothers and sisters. My mother started having kids again after I turned thirteen. Now I'm in college and I can t get my homework completed, I stay tired all the time. I try to talk to my mother but she is al ways fussing about her A Profile In Injustice PART II One year in state prison now costs over $20,100 per prisoner. Reducing the number of people going to prison -and how long they stay there would result in big savings for taxpayers As of October 2008 5 859 people were serving mandatory minimum drug sentences i n Florida prisons costing the state over $117 million per year. On average these prisoners are serving 8.4 years in prison and combined, these pri soners are serving over 48 907 years in prison In total their sen tences will cost Floridians over $983 million 544 of these were prescription drug offend ers who cost the state over $10 million per year They are serving an average sentence of 8 7 years and combined, these prescription drug offenders are serving a total of 4, 719 years in prison, at a cost of almost $95 million to Floridians There are alter natives to expensive prison sentences however and these alternatives should be used when publ i c safety allows. Treatment-based drug courts are cheaper, more effective al ternatives to prison for drug of fenders. On average it costs between $950 and $2 500 per year to provide treatment to a drug offender through a Flor ida drug court It i s a fact that Florida drug courts signifi cantly reduce recidivism rates So why won't Florida make the changes that other states are making to the benefit of our people and our economic situ ation? Especially in this econ omy? Fear. Politicians have long used drug crimes, and the exaggerated consequences of drug c r imes to show voters they are tough on crime. We suggest this is not being tough Standard homeowner's in surance policies do not cover damage caused by a flood Knowing what is not cove red in your policy is what you re ally need to know ALL Mortgage Questions May Be Mailed To: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Mortgage Broker P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 boyfriends my siblings' fa thers and money. I don t want to quit college or ruin my relationship but i t looks as if that's where things are heading. What can I do? Tamyra Jackson On-Line Reader Dear Tamyra: Families stick together no matter what and in your case, you have to be the glue You may not see it, but your mother is doing the best she can with what she has All you can do is hang in there help the best you can and push yourself harder to become better and achieve. You should work out a sche dule with your mother, col lege and the kids and be sure to rest and stay focused You will get your reward in the end after you've done the right thing. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: ask-deanna1 @yahoo. com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283 Beverly Hills CA 90211. Web site: www.askdeanna.com. on crime but dumb on crime After a three decade long war on drugs is it not time for us to accept that this is not a war, because, to steal a line from the HBO television show 'The Wire', wars end but rather a human problem that must be dealt with humanely? Isn't it time to punish those that must be punished and help those that can be helped in stead of painting all drug crimes with the same brush? We believe so. If you do. as well please call your local state and federal representa tives and urge them to pass mandatory minimum drug law reform. Criminal Defense Attorneys Mark J. O'Brien, Esquire and T. Federico Bow,er, Esquire are both former Miami pro$e cutors handle exclusively fed eral and state criminal defense cases. They invite your crimi nal law questions bY submit ting an online inquiry on their website at www.obrienbower.com or contacting them at 511 W Bay St. #330 Tampa, FL 33606 (813-250-3533). All questions will be' an swered and those questions relevant to most people will be featured in an upcoming news paper article


Classi-fieds I II II Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc New 2318 Manatee Avenue Center INViTATION TO BID: Sealed proposals (five (5) copies) will be received at Manatee County Rural Health Services, Inc., located at 12271 US Highway 301 North Parrish Florida 34219 until 11:30 a.m., October 6th, 2010 for A PROPOSED BUILDING FOR 2318 Manatee Avenue Center for Manatee County Rural Health Services (MCRHS) in accordance with the Drawings and Specifications as prepared by Jerry N Zoller AlA, P.A., Architect/Planner. The address on the proposal envelope shall be: Edgar H Price Family Healthcare Center Parrish Administration Building REFERENCE: 2318 Manatee Avenue Center ATTN: Chris Mullinex Director of Facilities 12271 US Highway 301 North Parrish FL 34219 Proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud at 2:00 p.m. at the Manatee County Rural Health Services East Manatee Healthcare Center, Meeting Room, 1312 Manatee Avenue East, Bradenton Florida 34208. SCOPE OF WORK: The work consists of furnishing all labor materials, services ; equipment and appliances required for the fabrication, delivery and erection of all items of work DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS: Prints and/or compact disc containing PDF files of all Drawings, Specifications and Contract Documents may be purchased from Jeffcoat Blueprint at 1325 14th Street West, Bradenton Florida 34205 (941) 747-6499 All related documents are filed under the name "Manatee County Rural Health Services project 2318 Manatee Avenue Center' The full RFP document may be obtained from the offices of Chris Mullinex Director of Facilities, MCRHS as listed above or by e-mail at 2318Project@ mcrhs .org. PRE-BID CONFERENCE: A Mandatory pre-bid conference will be held at the project site at 2318 Manatee Avenue West, Bradenton FL, 32405, 10:00 a m on September 23, 2010. DBE AND WiMBE MINORITY PARTICIPATION: There is a mini mum requirement of 15% DBE on this project and a W/MBE require ment as contained in FS 287. Links for minority subs lists are : State of Florida htlp://dms.myflorida.com/other p rograms/office of supplier diversit y o s d / City of Tampa www.t ampagov.net/mdb FLUCP (Florida Unified Certification Program) www.bioincwebaops.com /biznetfl o r i da/ Hillsborough County www hillsboroughcountv.org go to online services then to minority directory EMPLOYMENT I Need A Job Right Now! Job Fair (Checkers, McDonalds And Verizon) Adonai Medical Staffing Executive Suite Next To Storage 1503 S. US Highway 301 Tampa, Fl 33619 II Friday 9/24/1 0 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 2911 E. Hillsborough Ave. Is Looking For: 5-LPN's Start @ $300.00 Daily 10AN's Hiring Thousands Immediately Start Making Money Today!!! Felons/Teens Welcome FREE Food And MetroPCS Giveaways Start @ $420.00 Daily 5-CNA's Pay $156.00 Daily 12 Hour Shifts (813) 712-4136Office Or (813) 770-2958 Is Hiring Security SpecialistMust Have A "D" License, Military Background Drug Test & Background Check 3 Years Experience Call (81l) 621-7225 II h Housing W f\uthorihj PUBLIC NOTICE The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa will be accepting applications for the waitlist for Moses White Estates, a new public housing property, beginning on September 27, 2010. For more infonnation please visit the Housing Authority's website at VAY)Y.thaflcom or pick up an application and the full public notice at one of the following locations beginning on September 27. 2010: I. North Boulevard Homes, 1129 W. Main St., 33607 2. Robles Park Village, 3814 Central Ave. 33603 3. Southern Scattered Sites Office. 4722 S. Trask Ave., 33611 4 Northern Scattered Sites, 4706 Muskogee a., 33610 Completed applications may only be dropped off at these locations or mailed in. The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa provides for fair housing and equal employment opportunities for participation in all of its housing programs. Any disabled person, as outlined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, requiring a reasonable accommodation to make this process accessible may request such by contacting the office at (8 i 3) 253-0551, extension Ill. EMPLOYMENT Asslstont law Enforamtent & Correclions Programs (Half-time: 20 hours per week) Job #0070 Dade Oty Campus Reqvlral: Sl!mdonl high sdKxj 116 Olld six (6) ;ms IV z c JJ c ?;( ...... (0 I CD


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