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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q a: Q ....1 u.. VOL 66 NO. 16 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15,2010 56 PAGES 75 Ministers Join Citizens CommiH To 'Get Out Tile Vote' SEE PAGE 3-C -CDC Executive Director To Step Down SEE PAGE 3 A Trial Set For Man Accused. Of Double Murder SEE PAGE 2-A 0 I SEE PAGE 23-A CANDIDATES FORUM The Embassy Suites at USF was the site of a Candidates Forum last Sunday. More than 40 candidates were invited to participate in 2 sessions. Dr. Samuel Wright was the facilitator. Among those in attendance were Sandra Hayden, Nina Hayden and Tina Hayden. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON)

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E Feature ('II a: w Ill Trial Set For Man Accused 01 Double Murder (.) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Senp.nel City Editor 0 The trial for a man accused of killing his brother and his C brother's friend last April ff has been scheduled to begin on Monday, October 251h. However, in light of new witnesses produced by the Public Defender's Office, it may be delayed. Derrick Cullins, 29, was charged with 2nd degree murder on Aprilu, 2009 in connection With the death of RYAN DARKINS DAVIS Remains Found In February 2010 his brother, 2!-year-old Carl G. Walters. fREIHIYES --:. --Realtor Futu re Home Realty CARL G. WALTERS Body discovered in wooded in April 2009 According to Tampa Po lice, in April 2009, Wal-ters' mother was notified that his vehicle had been left at Copeland Park for several days. She contacted Walters' older brother, Derrick Cullins and asked where was Walters. Cullins told her that Walters had gone on vacation. She told him (Cullins) about the car ;md to file a missing person's port. Police executed a search at 1810 E. Humphrey, a residence shared by _Cullins and Walters. Detectives report edly discovered evidence of a violent struggle. Police then interviewed Cullins. During the investigation, police reportedly observed unexplained cuts on DERRICK EUGENE CULLINS Charged with killing brother and brother's friend Cullins' fingers, a bite marl<: on his buttocks, and a bite mark on his chest. He also had blood on his clothing and shoes, police said. Cullins never confessed to the murder and. stated that he wasn't even in the Plant City area. However, she said, a video from a con venience store shows Cullins making a purchase with his credit card about 4 miles from the discovery of his brother's body. A passerby found Walters' body in a wooded area near Stanley Road and Cooper Road, on April 7, 2009. A few days after Walters' body was found, Ms. Robin Harris reported her son, 20-year-old Ryan Darkins Davis, missing. Davis had left home on April 51 \ with Walters. In February 2010, the Plant City Police Department responded after children found human re mains. The body, found in a wooded area on E. Also brook Street, was taken to the Hillsbo -rough County Sheriffs Office to determine identification through a forensic investigation. Den tal records positively identifled the remains as Davjs. Cullins was then charged with Davis' murder in March 2010. Ms. Harris said her family was told late on Tues day that the trial may possi bly be delayed because the defense attorney had located 5 additional witnesses. Ms. Harris said during a telephone interview, "I'm just ready for this to be over with. I hope the trial goes as planned." Hillsborough County Assistant State Attorney Michelle Doherty has filed a motion that will be heard at 1:30 p.m., on October 181 \ in connection With the case, Mark Cox, spokesperson for theHills borough County State Attorney's Office said. f. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News --rt: The Florida LawStatesThatYO.u.-0 000 For Loss -Medical -r!!:ali'A. FREEProft166liiISert111111f Personalized Supp _ort_ and Help train beginning to the end Attomeys An Attoniey will come to you at hOme 0 or wQrk_-No Recovetf, 0:.;.. 0 -'0 -_ a disputa. on hovittle ac: cident OO,curecf -. .Aulo Repair -Bod, .Shf;;p Medical care Provided f.._. Delivery ln: ear, Bus, ... Motorcycle, Slip -_.' Fall, lnci.. Wage5, Wrongful Death And M I ore-. . -;-le :B. Patty._: Local: 813-495-3702 -roll Free: 1-866-352-4200 ... Available 24 HoursA :Day/. 7 Days A -. ,.

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., Features :2 CDC Of Tampa Executive Director To Step Down BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, Ms. Chloe Coney founded the Corpora tion to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc., and her first employee was Ms. Toni Watts. The two women shaped and molded the organization, cre ating programs and initia tives for East Tampa. In 2006, Ms. Coney stepped down and Ms. Watts became her suc cessor. Now, Ms. Watts is ready to surrender leadership to someone else. The announcement of Ms. Watts' leaving was made dur ing the organization's annual fundraiser luncheon. During a telephone interview, Ms.-Watts said, "It has been a joy to work in East Tampa for the past 20 years and with the CDC for the past 17 years. I've seen some great things take place that have impacted the community. I am confident that the CDC will continue to grow, and the community will continue _to grow." Ms. Watts said her decision MS. TONI WATTS CEO, Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc. was reached after much thought. "My decision to leave is personal. I'm leaving to focus on family and to get everything balanced. Then I will see what happens from there. At so, I feel I need to get my priorities straight and focus on family." Ms. Watts said her last day is October 29th. Ernest Coney, Jr., will serve as In terim CEO until the Board of Directors permanently fills the position. local Church Designs Program Reach Men BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Since returning to Tampa a month ago, Bishop Willie and Dr. Glenda Bolden have worked tirelessly to reestablish Rehoboth Faith Cathedral. One part of that process is the creating of a new program designed to reach men. Bishop Bolden said it's a shame men aren't accepted in today's society. "Whether it be in society or our churches, regardless of race, men are just not being welcomed. "!want to reach them, help them reach their wor:th, and train them so they can help me train young men and lead them into manhood." Bishop Bolden said what's missing in today's so ciety is tradition, a legacy, and a dynast)l. The proposed program will be held at the church, 8o6 East 131st avenue, and will run for three months. A grad uation will be held, then it will resume for the next cycle. Bishop Bolden and Dr. Glenda Bolden will be in charge of the program. Police locate Missing Elderlv Woman 0 0 -4 0 I:D m MRS. CORA LEE HIRES Located and reunited with family A 73-year-old woman re ported missing to the Tampa Police Department has been lo cated. She was located early Tuesday. According to police, Mrs. Cora Lee' Hires was located in Micco City, in Brevard County, about 2 hours from Tampa. When deputies arrived at the intersection of Micco Road and Highway 1, Mrs. Hires was inside her vehicle. Police responded to a call around 6 a.m., pertaining to a vehicle blocking tl1e intersection. Officers discovered Mrs. ::0 ...... Hires in the vehicle and !J1 learned the battery had died in N the vehicle. Mrs. Hires reportedly ap-0 peared disoriented and was taken to a medical facility for evaluation. Her sister, Ms. Margaret Price, said the family had been notified that she had been found safely and were driving to Micco to get Mrs. Hires. Mrs. Hires was reported missing Monday after ' not being seen for several hours. She had dropped her adult off for chrirch around 10 a.m., at the interseCtion of Spruce and Albany. She was supposed to visit her son at the Whispering OakS Nursing Home and pick her daughter up after chtirch. "T1 However, she never arrived 6 at the mrrsing honie located at :2. the corner ofN: 15th Streetarid Chelsea, and did not return to 0 pick her daughter up. m Police said Brevard County Clear Channel activated 16 z billboards throughout the Bay Area to assist in the searchef. tD fort for Mrs. Hire8. r m -4 z

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a: w CD 0 I() 0 c a: LL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Publi shed E very Tue sday and Friday B y FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990 94 CP Time lnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P O Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAVES EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Ed i tions : $87.00-Per Year Bo1h 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. Wake Up Evervbodv, Reasons To Vote No more sleeping in bed when you should be votirig! Since early voting-begins on Monday, October 18th, we decided to share key information with you, just in case you still believe you have no reason to vote during the upcoming November 2nd election. > For instance, did you know that the U. S. Chamber of Com< merce spent more than $10 million in week in anti-DeC mocrat advertisements? And, major businesses are fE bankrolling many Republican candidates' campaigns and 0 PAC committees' advertisements in record amounts dez signed to defeat Democratic candidates. < While condemning federal debt, Congressional Republicans (and some Democrats, too) are violently opposed to c ending Bush tax cuts to businesses and wealthy Americans en making in excess of $250,ooo. Extending the cuts will add nearly $4 trillion to the national deficit over the next 10 years 1(that's more than $700 billion more than President Obama's ij: proposal). w In fact, just recently, Senate RepuQlicans stopped the pas> sage of legislation that would stop giving tax breaks to comW panies that send jobs overseas and give tax incentives to C companies that bring jobs to America. No doubt, the unemployed middle class, poor and working class Americans canen not rotmt on Republicans to act in their best interest. :::::i If we don't vote, our downfall will not be Republican's fault. it will be ours. z Sentinel Endorsements ...J :::;) CD ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL Congressional Commissioner of U.S Seriate AgricultUre Meek Scott Maddox State Senator U S Representative District 12 District 9 Jim Norman District 60 Russ Patterson District 61 Elena McCullough District67 Z. J. Hafeez Anita De Palma State District 11 District 1 County Kathy castor Nina Hayden District47 District 12 Michael Steinberg Lori ECtwards - District 55 State Darryl Rousori -Goliemor Distr j ct 56 Alex Sink David Attorney District 57 Dan Gelber Stacy Frank Chief Financial Officer District 58 (CFO) Janet Cruz Loranne Ausley Justice of Supreme Court Justice Charles T. Canady Justice Jorge Labarga Justice James E. C Perry Justice Ricky Polston District Court of Appeal Judge Marva Crenshaw Judge Patricia Kelly Nelly N. Khouzam Judge Robert Morris Judge Steven Northcutt Judge Craig Villanti Judge Douglas Wallace Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes County Commission Districl1 John Dlngtelder County Commission District 2 Victor Crist County Commission District 3 Les Miller County Commission District 5 Ken H119an School Board District 4 Richard Bartels District6 April Griffin Amendments No.1 NO No.2 YES No.4 NO No 5 YES No.6 YES No.8 NO Referendums . Nonbinding Statewide Advisory Referendum NO f Countywide Transportation System Coristruion Maintenance Operations through the Levy crt' a 1% S aies Surtax FOR Amends the Charter to Eliminate the Veto Powers Provision of an Elected County Mayo r YES Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions for New Businesses and crt' Existing Businesses YES A Proposal to Amend the Reapportionment Provision to Require an Additional Public Meeting YES A Proposal to Amend the Hlllsborough .County Charter Provisions Pertaining To the Internal Performance Auditor YES ---------------------------------P resident Barack Obama has been tout ing an infrastructure economy and job creating pack age. The idea proposes to im prove, repair and rebuild the nation's decaying infrastructure network. By infrastructure we mean, items like roads bridges, dams, drainage systems and the like. Such a bill will create a tremendous economy and job creations for our nation. That is a much needed accomplish ment in this day of tough times. The trickle-down effect would booster all aspects of the econ omy I don t know why the Presi dent hasn't gone all out to push this endeavor long before some of the other ideas he has pushed. Building, repairing, replacing or just improving the nation's infrastructure would create millions of jobs. Construction workers for the projects, de signers, architects, planners and engineers would all go to work. The concrete, steel, lumber and construction tools and equipment manufacturing would have to hire people to in crease their manufacturing out put to accommodate the work on these projects. With people working they will be able to shop more for food, clothing, pay bills and do a host of other things that are required for just day-to-day living. The great part about such an endeavor is that it is something this nation needs and would benefit from. Not the conserva tive Democrats, the Republican Party of No, or the right of right Tea Party can deny that this nation'1? infrastructure cries out for some fixing up. Any person in their right I A Philadelphia Incident I America has no idea how close it came to a race war, the other day. InPhiladelphia, so-called City of Brotherly Love, something so despicable occurred that people who saw it on television news telephoned people who had not seen it or had not heard about it, and many of them began to weep over the phone. AI Islam in the West was put on alert as were many other silent, invisi ble sentinels who had ten. as their challenge the protection of America's Biack presi dent. Meanwqile, rol ling in the Secret Service like pumpkins in a patch. A fan, wild witl 1 enthusiasm, had abandoned common sense, and in a fit of gleeful passion, flung a book he had just writte lf at the President of the United States as the President waved unaware at thousands of screaming and supportive fans. The book mis sed the Presi dent's head by inches. But the impact of the act was a shock heard 'round the world and could be measured as one more mishap in a nation that for the past two years, has been a tick ing time-bomb for a racist ca tastrophe. But what will people remember that happened, that day in Philadelphia? Will they re member that frantic Secre t Service agents feverishly found, handcuffed and grilled the young man who threw a back book at America's presi dent, only to conclu<;le, long-last, that the fan s major problem was not anger ... that he considered himself a dyed-in-the:-woo_i Barack Obama supporter ; had written a book, which he thought cm.ild help the P r esi dent, an9-in a fit of ecstatic madness, hurJed the. which was supposed to land at Obama's feet, mere inches past his head? In truth, what was supposed to happen was like a choreo graphed Coca Cola commercial -tl:i.e young man's book was supposed to land harmlessly at President Obama's feet wherein the President, long, lanky and handsome, was sup. posed to bend at the knees, pick up the book, then scan the au ditmce to see who threw the book, catch the young book hurler's eye, give the young man a wink, then bou ,nd off of the stage with trumpets l>laring and people cheering! Well, it correction m i nd can see how such a mas sive proj ec t will c r ea te j obs throu g h o ut our economy. Gen erally, it i s th e job of the small busin esses t o c r ea te jobs but when the y fail, it becomes the job of the f e der a l government. The infrastructure idea will do just that. Should the President and the country rely strictly on this idea to create jobs, put people back to work and boost the econ omy? The answer is no. Every thing possible must be done. The infrastructure idea should lead the list. The idea should be pursued while the job creating experts come up with additional ideas : Republicans and some Democrats are convinced that ex tending the Bush tax cuts is the answer. Those tax cuts have been in effect and are in effect today Yet, they aren't creating any jobs So, forget the tax cuts. Let's try something else. Folks it isn t about winning elections. Instead, it is about creating jobs and boosting the economy. President Obaina should pursue the infrastruc ture endeavor as soon as the mid-term elections are over. didn t turn out like that. Moreover, when the young man was let go and put on a plane back home, what met him on l;lis front lawn was an army of news reporters and a steady telephone trickle of shady racist extremists begging him to become a poster-Boy for their reactionary, anti-Obama causes. On the other hand, he no doubt received hateful stares and glares from passersby considered his goofiness rank disrespect. Each person or group he met, after what he did in Philadelphia, more than likely never asked the young man his motives Nobody cared his motives His actions fit their motives, and that was go()d Nevertheless we who make bur living out of being flies on .. the wall : realize that America cawe close to tearing itself apart, Obama been buzzed or br).lised by a book or missile of any sort. Indeed, many' Ameri cans are coming to the conclu sion that President Obama's biggest drawbaCk is not his counsel, but his color. Sources say President Obama re ceives at least 100 death threats per day. Race is at the bottom of most all of them. Yes, a young man threw a book at President Obama the other day. Officials said he meant no harm. But the harm had al ready been done. Racism howled like a hellhound in its kennel, while AI Qaeda settled down to wait for America to de-The Sentinel's Editorial on Tuesday' 12, 2010, erroneously referred to the Tax Referendum as 'Amendment 2.' The Sentinel apologies to our readers for the mistake. Please see our recommendations in todays issue. . .. ,

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Features :::tJ Council Takes No Action on Panhandling Ordinance Chat And Chew For BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor liciting. Darren Driscoll, of the St. Pete Times said, "We're providing the people an op portunity to work. For the pa st 5 years, there have been zero fatalities for n ewspaper peo ple. I believe we should h ave kept the shirts identifyin g who we are." into someone s car, she sa id. One woman stated that she has a college degree and in vited Council members to come out to her corner at N. 22"d Street and E Hillsbor ough Avenue on a Sunday morning. u. s. Representative Castor On Thursday, City Council members voted to dela y mak ing a decision on the panhan dling ordinance. the current state law, there are no exceptions between independ ent contractors, such as news paper vendors solicitors for va lid organizations, and peo ple who are panhandling for personal gain. At the center of the debate was people selling newspapers and soliciting for legitimate or ganizations. However, Attorney Chip Fletcher said the current state law the city ordinance would ban everyone from being in the area known as the travel-way. The space between curbs is defined as the travel way. While several council mem bers and the Tampa Police De partment talked about a safety issue, there were no statistics available at the meeting. Several members of the community addressed City Council members pertaining to panhandling. Some speak ers were in favor of stricter laws while others gave reasons not to prevent people from so"We've done everyt hing in our power to comply and work with the city and not against the city." He further stated that nearly 200 people sell newspa pers for his company. Ms. Sybil Kay Andrews, publisher of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin said, "I am speaking in defense of newspaper vendors. We have al ways had boys and girls selling our papers and I have never heard of a kid hit by a car." "Our elderly people use the money to supplement their in comes to buy groceries and pay bills. Our kids use the money to buy food or for lunch money. "This people sell papers with honesty and integrity. I think it would be I travesty if you put them in the poor house even more than the y al ready are. The y are not out robbing people or breaking "I never thought that I would be out there But, I'm a single parent and I'm trying to avoid being in the system," she said. Councilman Charlie Miranda brought up the point that if people are not allowed to stand in the street or on the median to panhandle, then politicians would also be in vi olation. Councilman Joseph Caetano made a motion to allow Attorney Fletcher to create an ordinance banning all solic itation and bring it back to the next council meeting. The mo tion died without a second. Chairman Thomas Scott said, "A lot of these people are taking care of their families and they aren't out there just because they want to be. The County Ordinance says no so licitation of any kind, but it still goes on. .. I don t have an answer to the problem and in good conscious, I can't support a com plete ban. A Chat And Chew in support ofU. S. Representative Kathy Castor, Florida, District.u, was Saturday, October 9, 2010 at the AKA House. Among those who attended the event included left to right: Dr. Samuel Wright, S. Kay Andrews, Heddie Sumpter, Jetie B. Wilds, Jr., Congresswoman Castor, George Wilds, Chloe Coney and Sandra Davis. (Photography by BRUNSON) VOTE Noven1ber 2, 2010 rm working closely with President Obama to get us back on track. He can't do it alone_so I will be there to be .your voice.'' ": vo CAST ,., __ _.;... __ CONGRESS Early Voting Begins October 18 www.castorforcongress.com Paid fo r and approved by Castor m m :::tl N 0 ..... 0 I r-0 ::2 en m z :::! z m r-m c r rm :::! z c m r-ei) :::E: m c m < m -t' c: m en c .)> z c

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0 ,.. 0 N ,... a: w Ill 0 1-(.) 0 >=' ic:( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en w :::r 1-w > w c w :I: en ::i Ill D.. z i= w ...J ...J m _j w z i= Z w cn < c a: 0 ...J LL. Hard Times Are Onlv Temporarv Every so often someone asks me how I'm able to deal 'with my sentence My demeanor, they say is not reflective of a person with so much time. My normal response is always the same. "Thanks But you sbould have seen me at the be ginning of my bid. Back then I was a complete wreck both mentally and physi cally Punch-drunk from my sentencing, it was hard for me to even open my eyes some morn ings. Instead of being thankful to see another day, I was bitter at the fact that I had to wake up at all. Grief had become my shadow and misery my best friend. For me my bunk was a refuge from the harsh reality that was now my life. It was a place where I could escape to a dreamland where happiness still existed Years slowly crept by as I spent hundreds of sleepless nights going through, what seemed like, an endless list of "what if" scenarios. I constantly wondered how things would have turned out if I have zagged to the left, instead of zigging to the right, and imagined where I'd be if I would have chosen door number three, instead of b e ing impatient and settling for door number two. On those nights I would stare into the darkness for hours, rewinding my life in my mind, while desperately trying to pin point the exact moment when I let everything go to hell. I would scrutinize every move I made, every person I m_et and every costly mistake that ultimately cost me my freedom. At times I would become so lost inside my thoughts, that I would have long drawn out fan tasies about traveling through time and returning to certain junctures where I could alter my actions in an effort to avoid all the pitfalls that seemed to place my life's journey into extreme peril. To say that I was a light squeeze away from cracking completely open would be an understatement. Fortunately before going a ll the way over the ledge, I was able to come to terms with m y situation. I forced myself to snap out of the deep funk that was crippling my ability to function .Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home. Abuse Medical-Malpractice S 'lip & Falls, I a cce pt e d t h e f ac t tha t r eg ard l ess o f h ow mu c h I praye d hop e d wis h e d o r drea m ed, th e r e w as no w ay I c ould ch a n ge w h a t h a d alrea d y occurr e d. I r ea lized then tha t the only thing that was within my power to change, was the s h a pe of m y futur e I had two choices: Wallow in self-pity and despair or continue to fight while the best of a bad situation. I decided to choose the latter. I decided to share this personal experience after reading a story in a newspaper that stated that suicides were at one of their highest points in years. In detail ing my own experience, I wanted to show that even though hard times affect everyone indiscrim inately, we have the ability to overcome them. Peaks and valleys are a part of life. And while death may seem like the perfect problem solver when we reach are lowest of lows, it is a final, permanent and unrepentable solution to a tem porary bad situation . They say that in everyone's life rain shall fall. And since we can't stop ourselves from getting at least a little wet, we have to be tough enough to weather the storm until the sun shines again. Anyone wanting to contact Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr 43110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, S. C. 29512; or email him at cbarr2@oasisnovels.com Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. www.stringerlawfirm.com Before choosing a lawyer, ask forwritten infoonafion about the l awye r s leg al qua lifications and e xperience lO 9'""he Editor Black Republican onended Bv Editorial My response to the article written in the Editorials/Columns of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin dated September 24, 2010. I find it quite ironic that this article got published as it alludes to a type of racism not seen since the Black Codes following the US Civil War. The author in his banter and attempt to vjlify Michael Steele, Head National Republican Committee Chairman, uses television sitcom, and nursery rhymes to scare unwitting readers. The writer raised the specter of Barnum declaring Mr. Steele ado-man for the party. This for me came as no surprise as Mr. Steele is a public figure and can defend himself and is subject to this type of attack all the time. I take personal umbrage against the writer that would attack his neighbor, the Black republican. Not since Jim Crow, the Redeemers and re-constructionist of the 18oos have I seen such an attack. I can't imagine what the writer is afraid of or why this attack on Black Republicans whom he seems to make out as ignorant trawls, out-of-touch Ebonies speaking pachyderms. His articulation of "Me no like Obama?" is out of place in a modern era of well educated, successful and sophisticated persons which I see as per-. sonal attack and an insult. It seems that the writer views black republicans as ignorant and incapable of expression of free thought. Sounds like fear to me, not fear of Mr. Steele, but fear that being Black has taken on a great definition than he can understand. This name calling is not new. The hate flowing from the writer's pen runs from the ink of the white mocrats/Redeemer of the reconstruction era. Please, know this, your readers are more educated than you credit them and they will not tolerate yolu-symbolic use ofEbonics lost in this attack. I am prone to forgive you but I will not forget it when I exercise my right at the polls. Nor will the members of the African Americati Republican Club of County (AARCHC) tolerate this berating and diminution of their intelligence. Your denigration and verbal jousting is recognized for the schoolyard antics they are. Please stop the black on black attack and le_ave politics of race out of this ideological and philo-sophical Endeavour. Respectfully Yours, AFRICAN AMERICAN REPUBLICAN CLUB of Hillsborough County (AARCHC) LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. 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Ex-Inmate Knows 'Miracle' Of God a AherSight Restored SIDNEY DAVIS BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter After spending more than 30 years in prison, on April 13, 2010, 68-year-old Sidney Davis was given his freedom. However he was far from being the same man that entered prison. While incarcerated, Davis was severely beaten by the guards, causing him to lose all the vision in one eye, and leav ing the other eye virtually use less.' "I was certified blind. I couldn't see out of one eye, and my vision was so blurred in the other one, I couldn't make out anything." "If I hadn't found Christ while I was in prison, I would have come out a bitter man, especially after losing my vi sion. But, I went to Christlike Ministries, and I've been able to continue to work for God and His people." On September 2ih, Davis was hospitalized and two sur gical procedures were performed on the eye with the fuzzy vision . "After the surgery, for the first day, I noticed 1 could see a little clearer, but on the second day, I could see my hand clearly. I was so excited, my blood pressure shot up through the roof. They had to medicate me to bring it down." Davis said this has been a very transforming experience for him. "When I first left the hos pital, I was taken to the Uni versity of South Florida for a follow up examination. On the way, I was looking at every thing and just taking it all in "This is a new miracle for me, and God is due all the praise for this miracle. I can now see buildings, people, cars, and everything else. I feel truly blessed." You deserve to be heard. Experience a bank that's dedicated to listening Your financial needs are as unique as you are. That's why SunTrust is committed to truly listening and_ providing the right solutions to help you reach your goals. You'll get the personal attention you deserve as well as the genuine service that you should expect. Because a bank committed to helping you succeed can make all the difference. Stop by your local branch.._ call 877.653.0137 or visit suntrust.com/solid to learn more. SUNTRUST Live Solid. Bank Solid. Sun Trust Bank, Member FDIC. Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust and Live Solid. Bank Solid. are federally rtigistered service marks of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. r-0 c > en m z :::! z m r-Ill c: r rm :::! z "'C c: III c en :I: m c m < m -< -i c: m en c :a> z c c

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N LO T"" a: w Gospel Plav Addresses Real life Issues He Still Loves Me, a tJ gospel play written b y Eu-0 gene Harrison, Jr., ad-dresses the real life issues a faced dail y and how victory a: c a n come when trust is placed u. in God and He is first in one's life. The stage play will be pre sented Saturday, October 16, 2010, 7 p. m. at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Ave. Tickets are available at s eve ral locations. For this production Harrison and F4L Entertainment have partnered with Apostle Mark Jones, pastor and the Center For Manif e station. At a time when our com munities are e x periencing family disruptions, ongoing challenges and economic in stability, this play is some thing that can make you laugh, cry, shout and experi-EUGENE HARRINGTON, JR. AND APOSTLE MARK JONES aptist C hu 33610 ence s o me thing that will change your life, Harrison e x plains One of his leading actors in the pla y is Andrew J. R. Tarver, who had a role. in John Singleton's Rosewood, and was nominated for a Black Film Award. Also in the play is Mrs. Marie Tarver White, Editor-in Chief of On-Que magazine, who has the role of "Church L a dy." A percent ag e of the profits from the pla y will go to the Youth Ministry at Center For Manifestation community events, outreach to y oung men and women in the prison system, outreach to senior cit izens and families in Haiti. For more information, please call (813) 458-5718, or go to www.F4LEntertain ment.com. PLAYO FTH

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BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Since the age of 13, Ronell Gudes has found himself hanging around funeral homes in the community. He started out washing cars at Oakhill Funeral Home. The funeral home business cap tured his interest and he found himself gradually mov ing from the outside to the in side of the business, gaining more experience. The more he' worked around the business, the more he wanted to own a business. RONELL AND ORLANDO GUDES With the support of a close family (there are 5 siblings) and an older brother, Orlando Gudes, Ronell has opened the doors to Gudes Funeral Home. The business is located at 4050 E. Hills borough Ave. (formerly Teletron TV. Repair Shop) It's an area we' re very famil iar with, an area where we grew up, we knew the previ ous owners, which made the transition easy," Ronell ex plained. "We're embedded in Tampa: the community." The 35-year-old deems himself as the youngest fu neral home owner in Hills borough County, but says he has gained a wealth of knowl edge in those years. In addi tion to the years he has worked with other funeral homes, he also started Pres tige Removal Service, a trans port service of human remains, that he operated for 6 years. Ronell graduated from Armwood High School in 1994, and is set to begin mortuary school in January, 2011. With a staff of 10, Ronell says, "we're here to serve the community and provide a service of dignity, respect and prestige." The son of Mrs. Barbara Gudes, Ronell is married to Venita Gudes. They are the parents of 2 daughters Raniyah, 5 years old and Nicole, 3 months old. The family actively attends Light of the World Deli v erance Church, and he s active in the Northea:st Community Asso ciation St. Petersburg: Tampa Study Group 831-965-7988 2911 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 9 am to 8 pm Daily Muhammad Mosque #95 900 22nd St. South St. Petersburg, FL. 33733 Boyz 2 Men 813-979 2887 2135 University Sq. Mall Tampa, FL 33612 GO Fashions 813-236-7804 3010 E. Hillsborough Ave. Tampa, FL 3361 0 Ladies of the Sea 2705 E. MLK Blvd. Suite A Tampa, FL 3361 0 Candy Lowe Tea Time 813-394-6363 904 Y2 E. Henry Ave. Tampa FL 10 am to 2 pm Daily Intrigue Barber Shop 727-321-7203 514 49th Street, St. Petersburg, FL Orlando: 407 Customs 407-903 9228 1233 W. Sandlake Rd., Orlando, FL Sweet Stop Candy Company 321-439 407 West Church St., Orlando FL 32801 Dolly's One Stop Records 407-295-9584 400 N. Pinehills Road Suite H Orlando, FL 32811 Springhill Missionary Baptist Church 8119 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (813) 626-6140 Reverend Eugene GarneH, Host T uesda October 19t 11 a .m. 7p.m. Mission Program Rev. Eddie Nunn, Speaker Welcome Program, Host Church Thursda October 21st 7 .m. Moderator's Hour Saturda October 23rd 10:30 a.m. Youth Service Rev. Troy Adams, Speaker Daily Worship Services and Workshops@ 8 a.m. Nighily Service @, 7 p.m. For More Information: (727) 867-1899 Topics: e 0 e "WeAre Created For His Workmanship Eph esi ans 2 : 10 and Romans 12 : 1-2 Facilitator : Mother Johnnie Mae Adams MI. Zion P B St. Petersburg, FL "Putting Off And Putting Ephes i ans 24 : 17 29 Facilitato r: Minister Leola Tillman Center For Manifestation Tampa, F l Guest Choir: St. Paul M.B. Church, Bradley, FL Program Participants: Sis. Judy Williams, Sis. Allee Fayson-Harrls, Sis: Charlotte Anderson, Mol Minnie Robison, Sonya Pridgen, Toya Speed, HIS Will M ime M i nistry 'T1 r 0 2:! c )> (J) m z :::! z m r llJ c: r r !:!1 z ""0 c: llJ r en ::r: m c m < m ::z:J < -f c: m (J) c )> z c 'T1 ::z:J c

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Local Entrv Deadline Set For M.l. King Parade w m (.) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 0 Planners of the Annual M. L. King Parade have esC tablished the deadline for ii: individuals interested in LL participating to enter. The deadline for this year is Saturday, November 131h. The deadline for submitting applications pertains to anyone wishing to participate in the parade. This includes floats, high school GINGER GADSDEN 2011 M. L. K. Parade Grand Marshal bands, clubs, fraternities, sororities, Masonic organizations as well as city offi cials, county officials and ROBERT SCOTT, JR. Parade Co-Chairman other dignitaries. The parade will take place on Monday, January 17, 2011. Ms. Ginger 'WE RUCH OUT BETTER TOGETH First Baptist Church of College Celebrates Their -106th Church Anniversary Homecoming "And I keep praying that this Faith we hold in common keeps showing up in the good things we do, and that people recognize Senior Pastor Christ in all of it, "Philemon 1:6 October 16th-Community Festival-10:00 am-3:00pm BLOCK PARTY Free Food Free Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Checks Games -Clothes and Give Pavilion Entertainment October 17th Anniversary Worship Services 7:50am and 10:50 am Pastor Michael Neely New Millennium Community Church ___ Thursday, Octo bet 28, Event begins at 7:00pm at Exciting Idlewild Baptist-All proceeds from this sponsorship event. Abe Brown Ministries. There is NO the concert, bu t attendees will be given to supportAbe Brown Ministries. Please celebrate Rev. Brown's life and the life's work Live the Brown Legacy! TICKETS ARE FREE TO THIS EVENT But you must register and obtain a ticket To register call 866.440.7880 or visit www.thejoyfm.com FRANK BELL Parade Co-Chairman Gadsden, Morning Anchor for WTSP Channel10, will serve as the Parade Grand Marshal. Frank Bell and Robert Scott are the Parade Robert Jr., CoChairman ofthe 2011 Martin Luther King, Jr., Parade Committee said, "We had a large crowd last year and we're expecting an even larger crowd this year." The annual parade suited from a symbolic walk from the Hillsborough County Courthouse to St. Paul A. M E. Church in 1988. The walk was in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s, on his birthday, which had become a national holiday. This year, res idents will celebrate and participate in the 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Parade. Anyone wishing to serve as a volunteer during the parade can contaet Frank Bell at (813) 8861375 or Robert Scott, Jr., at (813) 690-6840. Anyone wishing to obtain an application for the parade can download it from the website at: 1 www.mlkjrparade.com. ., niversary 2010 3 P.M.

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Local ., c The 'Dav Of Atonement' Comes To Tampa 0 (") a On Sunday, October 1th, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will be in Tampa at the Tampa Conven tion Center to address the Holy Day of Atonement. In celebration of the 15th an niversary of the Million Man March, Minister Farrakhan will speak on where we are and where we need to go; "We want to thank the la borers in the Seventh Region, beginning with Minister Rasul Muhammad, his staff, and the laborers in Tampa as well as all the be lievers who are working very hard," said Minister Ishmael Muhammad, Na tional Assistant to Minister THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN Farrakhan. "The choice of Tampa was primarily because of the pro gressive study group there and the Minister wanting to honor the laborers and believ-liAR&T IIIIERIAl'IOtw. nun Pastor E. Richardson 3503 E. Hillsborough Avenue, Uqit B Tampa, FL 3361 o (813) 857-5454 Sunday 11:30 a.m., 7:3o p.m. Tuesday Bible Stu dy, 7:30 p.m. Friday Praise And' Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Even, Now Is Able To Do Exceedingly, Abundantly All We Can Ask or Think. Be Blessed! Keeney Chapel Un[ted Methodist Church ce,ebrauoi1 :1 93 ....... Sundav. October 24, 2010 3 P. M Theme: "New Mercies," ...... -.... Lamentations 3:22-23 HONORING OUR PASTOR AND FIRST lADY Theme: "Man's Challenge, God's Conquest" II Samuel 5:22-25 SUNDAy; OCTOBER 24, 2010 11:00AM MORNING WORSHIP -SUPERINTENDENT CLETHEN U. SUTION MESSENGER ers there by hosting the 15th anniversary of the Million Man March in that city." The Nation of Islam's Spe cial Events coordinator, Ademah Muhammad, said their committee is enthusias tically working to make this year's commemoration a suecess. "The spirit is high in Tampa. People are talking about the event, and the community has never seen Minister Farrakhan in person, so they are really hyped and looking forward to it." Most of the hotels where guests will be staying have Ill complementary shuttles from the Tampa Airport and many ..... others are within three miles of the airport. Anyone interested in attend-c; ing this event should contact Brother Ali Muhammad at (83) 965-7988.

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g PresidentCiintonToAnendStPeteRallvWithMeek In The Spotlight w Former President Bill Clinton will be in Petersburg, Campus Activities Center Core, 131 1-Florida next week. He will join Kendrick 6th Ave. g Meek at rallies in St. Petersburg and Orlando The rally in Orlando is on Wednesday, President Clinton and Meek will be in St October 20th, 3:45 p. m., at The Venue at Petersburg on Tuesday, October 19, 2010, IOAS University of Central Florida, Building so C a. m. at the University of South Florida, St. North Gemini Blvd. a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( c en w ;:::) 1-> a: w > w c w J: en ::::i m ;:::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:::) m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. <( I N ,... w (!J ClU i ,, <. 'JC:'/0 ,> <::; ,,
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Adoption Immigration Civil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Social Security Wills Call Us. We Can Help. F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At 'Law 109 N. Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 David Nelson Construction Co. is soliciting bids from WBEIMBE subcontractors for Cl project we are bidding to Hillsborough County. "Fire Protection Improvement Program Seaboard Area, ltB C-0264-0-2010/MK" bidding on 10/19/10 @ 2 : 00 p .m. (We have been told by Hillsborough co. that this bid date will be changed by addendum) Subcontractors are asked to hav e their quotes in to us as early as possible, prior to bid time (Fax : (727)786-8894 ) Drawings and specifications can be reviewed at David Nelson Construction Co loc ated at 3483 Alternate 19, Palm Harbor, FL 34683, and also at the F .W. Dodge and Construction Market Data locations throughout the Tampa Bay Area, or purchased from Onvia DemandStar HCC Gets S2.4M Scholarships For low-Income Students BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday afternoon, two organizations met with the president of Hillsborough Community College to announce a new performance-based scho'Iarship program geared toward low income s tudents. The program offers finan cial assista:nce to the students who successfully complete the program. Each student can receive a total of $1,800. Hillsborough Community College President Dr. Ken Atwater said the program is very innovative and focuses on student success. "I'm glad there are so many partnerships to address such a criti cal issue and I think it is out standing." "The initial plan began under former HCC President, Dr. Gwen Stephenson's watch and I'm thankful for her leadership and foresight to have the ability to innovate such a d ynamic partnership and innovative program." Antonio James is a MAPS Pilot student attending the Dale Mabry campus. He is the first in his family to attend college. A full time student, James works part time and serves as an HCC Student Ambassador. The H elios Education Foundation and the Open Society -Foundations are jointly investing a total of S2-4 million for the performance-based math scholar-Shown from left to right are: Dr. Ken AtWater, President of Hillsborough Community College; Ms. Sarah Adams, student; Robert J. Ivry, MDRC, Sr.; Antonio James, student; Mimi Corcoran, Director of Special Fund for Poverty Alleviation at the Foundation to Promote Open Society; and Paul Luna, President of Helios Education Foundation. (Photography by BRUNSON). ships and tutoring services at Hillsborough Community College. Helios is investing $1.4 mil lion toward scholarships for 750 low-income students who successfully pass a sequence of math courses Open Society Foundations, (OSI), is investing nearly $1 million toward the research and evaluation of the scholarships. 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f>lack College Football .... l:t w m 0 0 Wildcats Revive Homecoming Spirit BY TED TAYLOR C For )he first time since ff 2005, Bethune-Cookman thrilled a homecoming crowd on Saturday afternoon. A packed Municipal Stadium of 10,151 witnessed the ending of a four-game homecoming losing streak in a 47-24 romp over the Delaware State Hornets. The 'Cats made it a joyful outing .from the beginning. Before late in the third quarter when Delaware State showed some offense, B-CU built a lead of 40-2. The first quar:ter saw runningbacks Androse Bell and Andronicus Lovette each score from a yard away. After the first touchdown, the point-after kick was no-good. After the Lovette touchdown, the kick was blocked and returned by Jomah Watson C for a two-point score C: In the second quarter, the LL Cats scored on long drives 80, 82 and 86 yards The 8o<( yard drive used thirteen plays in 4:32 in which quarterback, c Matt Johnson sneaked in CIJ from a yard out . At the end of the next drive, runningback 1-Isadore Jackson tallied on a 10-yard run The third rushW ing touchdown was by Bell on Gj_ a 3-yard run for a 34-2 half-C time lead. w The third quarter saw the end zone on a perfect throw by Johnson. The point-after was blocked again Delaware State woke up too little, too late when a 3-play : 59 So-yard drive was culmi nated on a 22-yard run by Williams. At the beginning of the fourth, Delaware State covered 85 yards in four plays and in a minute-and-a fi.half, the big play beinga 6o-yard scoring pass from backup quarterback Nick Elko to Larrone Moore. The teams traded touchdowns thereafter with B-CU scoring on a 6-yard run by Jackie Wilson. Delaware State followed with another Elko-to-Moore pass-play coveripg 26 yards. The Wildcats had another banner day on offense with 322 yards passing, 2 7 9 rush ing y ards, and 31 first downs. Johnson led the wa y again with 259 passing y ards on 16 of 21, and 52 yards rushing on nine carries The Wildcats face the biggest test of the season next Saturday afternoon against the perennial Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference ch a mpions, South Carolina State Bulldogs in Orangeburg As with the s-o, 3-0 Wildcats, the Bulldogs are undefeated in three confer e nc e ga m es. m fir s t touchdown through the F a mu h a d a bye wee k and ::::i air on a diving 41-yard catch will play Savanna State for m b y Jevaughn Reams in the hom ecomin g game. Former Middleton Football Star Gets Plaver 01 The Week Honors Again z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= Z Former three touchdowns. m Middleton High School football star, 1:t DeAndre Presley c o mpl e ted 14-of -19 p a ss e s without an intercepfor 204 yards and a touchdown and ran 23 time s for 170 yards and two scores 0 ...J LL Pressley, is in the news again. 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Second-year Tampa Bay Buccaneer quarterback, Josh has been named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Last Sunday Freeman led his team to a come-frombehind 24-21 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on the road. Freeman now has four career fourth-quarter comeback wins and is 5-2 in his last seven starts going into Sunday's contest against the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. He is also the youngest player at 22 to win a Player of the Week Award since 22-year-old wide receiver Jacquez Green earned the honor in 1998 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barristef"ls Building Tampa, Fi. 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW OF D'EiANO S. STEWART, PA. S.STEWART AT LAW TO SERVE. YOU: MorehouseUniv. SOS. E . ; 301 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 221-4454 Sandra Cornwall, Esq. & Delano Stewart, advertisements. ,Belue bor qualficam and experience.

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sports Ravs Faceonseason 01 uncertaintv MARK CLAYTON ST. PETERSBURG-The Tampa Bay Rays meandered through a cluttered club house, clearing out lockers and saying their goodbyes. Carl Crawford likely did it for the final time at Tropi cana Field on Wednesday, but he wasn't ready to concede he'll wind up in another uni form next season. "I've always said that I'd like to stay here, that's the first thing," Crawford said. The four-time All-Star is the longest-tenured player in club history, as well as the franchise career leader in bat ting average, RBis, hits, dou bles, triples, runs scored and stolen basss. He's also likely to be one of the most attractive players available in free agenc y this winter and command a salary that th e budget-conscious Rays can not afford to give one player. Owner Stuart Sternberg hasn't budged on his vow to trim the team's $73M payroll, and pushed through a group of reporters gathered around Crawford the previous night to tell the veteran of nine sea sons: "Thank you for every thing." Crawford earned $10M this year while hitting .307 with 47 stolen bases and ca reer bests of 19 homers, 90 RBis and no runs scored. He batted 359 with runners in scoring postion and generally is regarded as the best left fielder in baseball. Rafael Soriano and first baseman Carlos Pena will be free agents, as well most of a bullpen that was one of the keys to the Rays going a league-best 96-66 and win ning the AL East for the sec ond time in three years. _Owens, Ochocinco Start Their own Cable Talk Show CINCINNATI --Terrell Owens isn't concerned that another televjsion show -.,.this one with Bengals teammate Chad Ochocinco amounts to overexposure. Owens said that he doesn't think "anyone can really get enough" of the two chatty re ceivers Viewers of the cable sports network.VersJIS can decide for themselves starting Tuesday. That's when the "The T Ocho Show" debuts, giving the out spoken duo a chance to speak their minds on an array of sports, entertainment and so-TERRELLOVVENSAnd CHAD OCHOCINCO cial topics. They'll have plenty to talk about when it comes to their team. The Bengals fell to 2-3 with a loss to Tampa Bay, put ting their season on the brink. . Brushes ........................................ 99' LIMIT 2 WITH THIS. AD ONLY!! . ............... ............. -. . . . . . . ,., :::D c Seahawks Trade Ex-Pats Branch Back To New England Iverson Considers Plavin g In Turkev 0 (') a m m :::D DEION BRANCH RENTON, Wash.--Deion Branch is headed back to New England and a reunion with Tom Brady Branch, the former Super Bowl MVP wide receiver with the Patriots, was traded Mon day njght from the Seattle Sea hawks to New England. Rams Clavton Lost For Year With Knee lniurv PHILADELPHIA --Allen Iverson is talking about Turkey! Gary Moore, Iverson's personal manager, said Mon day night there are "serious talks" for Iverson to play with a Turkish team. Iverson, the 2001 NBA MVP, is negotiating with Besiktas Cola Turka for at least a one year deal: "This team seems very in terested in having him come play," Moore said. "Allen absolutely wants td play bas ketball. He has no hesitation going there if that's the best opportunity for him." Iverson is 17th on the NBA's career scoring list with 24,368 points over a 14-year career with Philadelphia, Denver, Detroit .and Mem phis. He won the MVP in 2001 when he led the Sixers to the finals. Iverson had been negoti ating with a team in China. ALLEN IVERSON Moore said those talks aren't dead, but Turkey may be the best option with Besiktas about to start its season. Moore said he has yet to hear from an NBA teani. Iverson played three games for Memphis last seasort before he returned for a second stint with the Philadelphia 76ers. He aver aged 13.9 points for the Sixers before he took a leave of ab-., sence in March because of 5 family issues. :::D en Gilbert Arenas Fined For Faking lniurv m z ::::! z m r m c: rr-MARK CLAYTON ST. LOUIS --Mark Clayton, the leading receiver for the St. Louis Rams and a reli able option for rookie quar terback Sam Bradford, is done for the year. Coach Steve Spagnuolo said Monday that Clayton will have season-endingsur: gery on his right knee ..to re pair a torn patellar tendon. Clayton was hurt early in Sunday's 44-6loss at Detroit. Clayton is the third St Louis wide receiver to suffer a sea son-ending injury in 2010. Donnie Avery and Dominique Curry both suf fered torn ACLs. SERVICES WASHINGTON For someone looking to get back into the good graces of his team, its fans and the NBA, Gilbert Arenas has a funny way of showing it. The Washington Wizards guard's latest escapade took place Tuesday, when coach Flip Saunders announced before a preseason game against the Atlanta Hawks that Arenas would miss the contest with a sore left knee. But ArenaS revealed after the Wizards' 107-92 victory that he pretended to have a bum. knee to give teammate Nick Young a chance to start. He told reporters Wednesday that he was try ing to do Young a favor "I lied to coach and told him my knee was sore so he'd start Nick," ArenaS said. 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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Entertainment N a: w m (.) 0 c a: LL c a: LL c z W c w ::I: en ::::i m ::J a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m west Coast Hip-Hop Pioneer Uncle Jamm Dies 01 A Hean Anack RODGER 'UNCLE JAMM' CLAYTON One of the first promoters of hip-hop on the West Coast, Rodger 'Uncle Jamm' Clayton died Sunday of a heart attack. Clayton played a principal role in the introduction of hip hop in Cali by throwing parties that attracted droves of hip-hop heads, packing venues to their limit. Before email blasts, Clayton was a club owners dream for his ability to draw huge crowds by simply using word of mouth and elementary twotone fliers. His hip-hop crew, Uncle Jamm's Army helped springboard the careers of Ice T, Egyptian Lover, DJ Pooh and many others. Freeman To Receive American Film Institute Honor MORGAN FREEMAN LOS ANGELES -The American Film Institute is honoring Morgan Freeman with its Life Achievement Award : AFI says the 73-year-old Oscar winner will receive the award in June. AFI chair Sir Howard Stringer calls Freeman an American treasure" who brings a calm authority to his roles, "whether playing a pris oner, a president or God. Freeman has received many awards throughout his career, including the Kennedy Center Honor in 2008. He was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Nelson Mandela in 2009's "Invictus." Son, Widow 01 Pendergrass Banle Over Singer's Estate TEDDY PENDERGRASS PHILADELPHIA The son and second wife of Teddy Pendergrass are locked in a battle over the late R&B singer's estate. Teddy Pendergrass II and Joan Pendergrass have pro duced conflicting wills since the singer died in January. The son claims a will from May 2009 names him executor and sole beneficiary. The widow claims a later document on which she signed her name as the singer's attorney gives her control. Teddy Pendergrass II says that his father left him in charge of the family. Joan Pendergrass' attorney denies a money grab, saying the estate has few assets. Attorneys for both sides met with a judge last week about the case. Teddy Pendergrass is best known as the singer of "If You Don't Know Me By Now," which he recorded with Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes in 1972, and other hits. Pendergrass' seductive, smoky baritone voice propelled him to fame in the 1970s, but his career stalled after a 1982 car crash in Philadelphia that left him paralyzed. In 2008, he married Joan Williams, a New Balance shoe company executive from Boston. He had three adult children and she had two. Pendergrass was diagnosed with colon cancer in mid-2009 and spent most of his last eight months in a hospital until his death on Jan. 13. Two friends say he was lucid until the end. His survivors organized separate funeral receptions, one hosted by his widow the other by his ex-wife. The divide is less about money than the singer' s legacy, a lawyer for Joan Pendergrass said. Chelsea Handler Denies Dating 50 Cent CHELSEA HANDLER Chelsea Handler is deny ing reports that she's dating GUnit frontman 50 Cent. The two were spotted in New Orleans last week sparking rumors that they were an item Soulman Solomon Burke Passes Awav At 10 Soul singer Solomon Burke died on Sunday in Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport. The 70-year-old singer reportedly died of nat ural causes while flying to The Netherlands with the band De Dijk to perform. His catalog of hits included "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, "Cry To Me" and "Got To Get You Off My Mind." The rotund singer often performed his hits sitting on a custom built thrown with a crown on top of his head Burke was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of SOLOMON BURKE Fame in 2001 and is survived by 21 children, 90 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchil dren. 'Skank Robbers': Jamie Foxx, Manin Lawrence To Reprise Drag Roles Remember when Oscar winner Jamie Foxx hosted the "2009 BET Awards" and, during his comedy sketch, screened a movie trailer of him and Martin Lawrence reprising their roles as \
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Entertainment JJ Willow Smith 'WhiP MV Hair' Fan Videos Erupt It' s bee n barely a month since Willow S m i t h became the hottest pintsize sensation 'Whip My Hair,' and she's already built an army of hairwhipping gal pals on YouTube. Boris Kodioe's Near Cancellation; Authorities Rule Garv Coleman's Death An Accident WILLOW SMITH with her smash hit Little girls who look like they just left the pla y ground made a dozen different original dance sequences to Willow's debut song, and these kids can whip it, whip it real good. BORIS KODJOE And GUGUMBATHA-RAW. SALT LAKE CITY Police have confirmed that Diff'rent Strokes" actor Gary Coleman's death has been ruled an accident. Santaquin Police Chief Dennis Howard said an autopsy found Coleman died of natural causes after an acci-Winfrev Disappointed As Ex-Matron Cleared Of Abuse After three episodes shown so far, the much-hyped NBC spy series, 'Undercovers,' which stars Boris Kodjoe and Gugu Mbatha-Raw is on the verge of cancellation following last week s ratings. Even worse, the new spinoff with Terrence Howard and Regina Hall, 'Law & Order: dental fall. The finding match es the evidence police found at Coleman's Santaquin home on Ma y 26, Howard said. The state medical examiner's conclusions bring the police investigation into the death to a close, Howard said. CHICAGO Oprah Winfrey says she's "profoundly disappointed" that a former dorm matron at her school in South Africa OPRAH WINFREY was cleared of charges of ually abusing girls. Winfrey issued a statement Monday praising the nine girls who testified at the trial of Tiny Virginia Makopo, who had pleaded not guilty to MetroPCS Retail Stores Bradenton 4919 14th St. West Bradenton, FL 34207 888-57metro Brandon 2028 Badlands Dr: Brandon, FL 33511 888-57metro charges of abusing six girls at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls. Winfrey had called the allegations crushing given her own stated history of childhood sexual abuse and promised an overhaul of the school. Winfrey opened her lavish $40 million school outside Johannesburg in 2007 saying she wanted to give girls from deprived backgrounds a quality education in a country where schools are struggling to overcome the legacy of apartheid. Clearwater Los Angeles' (2-4/7) was down a steep 25% from its premiere last week. On the positive side, it still won what is shaping up to be a very weak Wednesday 10 PM hour this season and held 96% of its SVUlead-in. On the upside, according to Target Market News, NBC has pushed CBS to third place to become the most watched net work in Blackhouseholds with Undercovers' as a lead factor in the equation. The show averages 9-7 ratings with 4-5 millions among African Americans. The 42-year-old actor died at a Provo hospital two days after his fall. He was taken off life support after suffering a brain hemorrhage. Shannon Price, his ex-wife, made the decision to remove him from life support. Coleman became a star after "Diff'rent Strokes" debuted in 1978 : For eight seasons, Coleman played Arnold Jackson, the younger one of a pair of African-American brothers adopted by a wealthy white man. The tiny 10-year-old's "Whachu talkin' 'bout?" PURCHASE THE SAMSUNG CODE"' BET'M:EN SEPT: 7, 2010 ANDOCT:24,2010 &GETA $50 VISA PREPAID CARD VIA MAIL-IN REDEMPTlON metroPCS. Wireless for All. Saraeota 167 4 S. Missouri Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756 888-57metro 1158 N. 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0 o Movie R.eviews N 10 .,... a: w m 0 1-u 0 c a: L1. > (3 a: L1. c z < c en w ::) I-ii: w > UJ c w ::I: en ::i m ::) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;::) m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J L1. < I CX) .,... MOVIE REVIEWS Secretariat -A true story about the greatest race horse of all-time Made $12M. (Budget $35M) [ * ] The Social Network-This movie is based on the life of young billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook. Must See! No. 1 at box office. Made $46M. (Budget $soM) [**** ] Let Me In -A little boy becomes close with the strange girl next door. Very good horror movie. Made $9M. (Budget $2oM). [ *** liz] Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps -Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf and Josh Brolin star in this movie about Wall Street. A must-see to learn how the people who invested in stocks were ripped off. Made $43M (Budget $70M) [ ***] Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga'Hoole Wow! Great movie for kids and adults. Should get an Oscar for top animation. Made $40M. (Budget $8oM) [****] The Town -A bank robber (Ben Affleck) falls for a woman his crew has taken hostage. Affleck directed this classic. Made $73M. (Budget $37M) [****l Devil-Five strangers trapped on the elevator realize one of them is the Devil. Grade A horror/mystery qf whi c h one. M d $ M (B d t N t L' t d) [***1/: ] . RATINGS **** Very Good I *** Good I ** Average I Wait For Video Soaps/Horoscopes SOAPS OPERA SPOilERS ALL MY CHILDREN-Opal i s upset with Scott for betraying Palmer ; Ryan tells Annie he needs her to be mor e a vailable for Emm a; Liza offers Gr e enl e e one last plea bargain Jake is questioned on the stand; Scott s uggests to Annie that sh e should run a way; JR tries to convinc e Marissa that Caleb i s using her. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Tay lor questions Dr Lewis about Steph a nie 's canc e r and what pos sible tre atm ents are available; Stephanie finds hers e lf in a once-familiar neighborhood and sees an old a c quaintance ; Brooke befriends a homeless m a n who te a ches her a valu a ble life l e sson Stephanie finds the homeless girl and insists on getting h e r sc arf back; P a m confides in Ta y lor her fear of losing Stephani e ; Brooke mistakenl y offends her new friend ; Stephanie learns more about the homeless girl and why the scarf means so much to her. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Will is moved b y the lengths Rafe would go for Sami ; Chloe and Melanie have a showdown at the wedding; EJ gets a court order forbidding him from seeing his kids; Ariann a goes to the DiMera mansion looking for EJ Gus is knocked unconscious as he s about to free Vivian; Rafe tries toreassure Sami; EJ and Kate chat about where her loyalties lie; Melanie explains her rational for keepin g Chloe s secret; Brady and Nicole bond over booze and their plan. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Brenda plants a kiss on Spinelli; Robin gets a big shock at the hospital; Brook Lynn offers Nik some advice about his love life Sonny confides in Jason that he still loves Brenda deeply ; Lucky and Siobhan may take their relationship to the next level; Carly tries to convince Sonny to keep wooing Claire for Michael's safety. ONE LIFE TO LIFE Dani finds herselflocked in an abandoned warehouse; Eli makes a huge demand from Todd; Hannah is hiding something from Cole; after reflecting on the sad loss of Tea, Bo and Nora feel very lucky to have each other Dani and Tea may finally reunite; Hannah threatens Starr and Hope with a gun; John and Natalie work together to get the truth about Tea. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Tucker offers Diane a job; there is a surprising proposal for one Genoa City couple. Diane has an offer for Tucker; Adam takes action HOROSCOPES. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Identify objectives early in the day You don't have to get everything done but you do w ant to move forward. Share a treat with everyone later Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Recent activities prove most effective in conveying you r Now y ou shift from your typical assertive style toward greater optimism Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Whittle awa y a t y our priority lis t and whistle while you work. Your cheerful di s position rubs off on everyone else f or greater ease and fun. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -An older person a pplies considerable financial pressur e Tak e the philosophi cal hi g h ro a d w h e n y ou respond. A g entle no could suffice. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Reach to the bottom of your b a g of tricks An older person s reall y im pre s sed with y our m agic. Neve r reveal how y ou a ccomplished it. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Sometimes old logic is exactly what y ou need. Right now you have plenty of v ariables and don t want an y more. Cut off discussion to keep focus. Aries (March 21-April19)-Break free of group responsibilities onl y after checking with y our leader. Then take off in a new direction and enjoy the scenery Taurus (April 20-May 20)-Group activities draw your attention away from a career goal. Follow your heart s desire at le a st for today and get back on track later Gemini (May 21-June 21)-You may not be thrilled with today's assignment. 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MRS. MAMIE LEE MITCHELL Homegoing services for Mrs. Mamie Lee Mitchell of Tampa, who passed away Saturday, October 9, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 10:30 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Min. Rosson D. Hamilton, officiating. "Miss Mamie," as she was so affectionately called, was born on December 4, 1917, in Arlington, Georgia, to the late Lucille and Buck Chambers. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Jasper Mitchell; son, Leonard Bernard Mitchell; and her parents and all siblings. She leaves to cherish her memories: two daughters, Jean Tim and Deborah Johnson (Thelmo), all of Tampa; son, Edward L. "Poochie" Mitchell (Danita), Tampa; daughter-in-law, Virginia Mitchell, Atlanta, GA; granddaughter, Sonya Mitchell, Tampa; three grandsons, Leonard Mitchell, Atlanta, GA, Eric Holland (Vande"'Tampa, and Rosson Hamilton '(Deandra), Tampa; four great grandsons, Zackary C. Lewis, Cedrick Ingraham, Deandre Hamilton and Daniel Hamilton, all of Tampa; great granddaughter, Ericka Ann Holland of Tampa; greatgreat granddaughter, Zhariel Lewis, Tampa; nephews, Alphonso Waters (Nell) of Chicago, IL, and James Waters, Jr., Tampa; two nieces, Vernita Turner, Atlanta, GA, and Vallis' C. Waters, Tampa; godSon, Charlie Bradley, Tampa; goddaughter, Delores Shoeman, Tampa; caretaker, Diane McDaniels; and a host of other sorrowing relatives arid friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Horne Chapel from 5-8 p. m. on friday. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel at 10:15 a.m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. KATHY LOU WIMBLEY Homegoing services for Mrs. Kathy Lou Wimbley of Tampa, who passed away, Thursday, October 7, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Min. Frank Watson, officiating. Kathy Lou Wimbley was born in Tampa, on March 24, 1958, to the parents of the late Robert Jenkins and the late Wyolene Jenkins. Kathy, worked at Leer Corporation for over 19 years. Kathy was preceded in death by her brother, Ronald Chambers . She was granted her angel wings on October 7, 2010. She leaves to cherish her memory: husband, Allen Titus Wimbley; 2 children, Lakeithia Desheria Wimbley and partner, Deetria Horne and Titus Jovon Wimbley; 5 siblings, Erma Jacobs and family, Queen Nora Jenkins and family, Robert Jenkins, Jr. and family, Constance Belin and family, as well as Maurice Jenkins and family. Kathy leaves a devoted grandson, Antonio Jovon Wimbley; and siblings-in-law Joann Benitez, Valerie Pinder, Angelina Pinder and Bernard Pinder. Kathy Wimbley was beloved by all and will be dearly missed by a host of family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, October 16, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. J:.:amily will receive friends from 5-6 p. m . Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North.22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND ANDERSON L.F.D. 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation Our Familv Can f\1ect w Your Family\ Needs MRS. LORETHA Funeral services for Mrs. Loretha Evans Mills of 2611 N. 21st Street, who passed away Wednesday, October 6, 2010, will be held Friday morning, October 15, 2010, at 11 a. m. from Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, 5117 N. 22nd Street, with Minister Kenneth Gaskins, Pastor of Church Of Christ, Trenton, FL, officiating. Mrs. Loretha Evans Mills, the oldest of 10 children, was born on February 6, 1922, to the late Joseph Evans and Louise McQueen in Alachua, FL. In 1941, she was baptized and added as a member to the Westside Church Of Christ in Trenton, FL. She later moved to Palatka, FL, where she met and married, Robert C. Mills. She later relocated to Tampa, with her husband. Mrs. Mills worked various jobs such as a cook and nursing assistant, but her true passion was selling Avon. She was a representative for 49 years. Mrs. Loretha Evans Mills lived to see 5 generations. Those who will cherish her memories are: her husband, Robert C. Mills;. daughter, Evelyn D. Wilbert (Lennon); grandson, Terrance; 4 granddaughters, Brenda, who preceded her in death, Shirley, Helena and Latrenda; 10 great grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren; 6 brothers, 4 of whom preceded her in death; 2 sisters; and a host of nieces, nephews and treasured friends. The viewing for Mrs. Loretha Evans Mills will be held Thursday, October 14, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Everett -Derr & Anderson Funeral Home. Family and friends are asked to meet at the fUneral home on Friday morning, October 15th at 10:30 a. m. THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE EULOGY. Final funeral services will be held on Saturday morning, October 16, 2010, at 10 a. m. from the Church Of Christ, Trenton, FL, with Minister Kenneth Gaskins, pastor, officiating. The interment will follow in Trenton Community Cemetery, Trenton, FL, under the care of Duncan Brothers Funeral Home, Gainesville, FL. EVERETT-DERR &ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website At: flsentinel.com MRS. CASSANDRA HOBDY Homegoing services for Mrs. Cassandra Hobdy will be held Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 1 p. m. at New Palm River Church Of God In .Christ, Rev. Willie Fowler, pastor, Apostle Tumba Kanyinda, officiating, Pastor Eloise McCallister, eulogist. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Cassandra Hobdy was born October 15, 1959, in Miami FL. She attended University of The State of NY and received her High School Equivalency Diploma in1982. Sandra, as everyone knew her, was always a loving and caring person with a bubbly personality. She had a good sense of humor and the ability to always make a persqn laugh and she took pride in being a good listener even though it was difficult for her not to voice her opinion. loved her family very much and was the caretaker of her grandmother, Mattie (known to Sandra as her mother), who preceded her in death. She loyed children and during her lifetime, owned and operated a day care center. She was employed at Tampa Bay Academy Residential Treatment Center, a facility for Children's Health Care. Sandra met her husband, Ozzie Hobdy in 2004, and they were united in marriage October 3, 2005. She was a member of New Testament Tabernacle of Faith, Pastor, Eloise McCallister,. and she served as_ an armor bearer. On October 2 2010, it was. Cassandra's season to become one of God's angels in heaven. Her.parents, Earthine and Cleman Jones preceded her in death, She leaves cherished memories with: her husband, Ozzie Hobdy; son, Javon Davis; grandson, Lakeland; sister, Cynthia Legg and husband, Dougla.s; and brother, Cleman Jones, Jr., all of Rochester NY, 3 aunts, Gracie Harris, Brooksville, FL, Annie Mae Erby, Tampa, and Vonceal Bell and husband, L. B., Rochester, NY; uncle, Willie James and wife, Mary, Tampa; godson, Isaac Brown; mother-in-law, Lillie Hobdy; and David Hobdy; all of Lakeland, FL; sister-in-law, Samantha Van and husband, Donald Hobdy, Tampa; antl also a host of cou5ins, nephews, nieces and friends. Visitation for Mrs. Cassandra Hobdy will be held Friday everiing from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home; 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45p.m. A HARMON BURIAL MS. BLANCHIE LEE ("MAMA DOT") BAKER Ms. Blanchie Lee ("Mama Dot") Baker of Tampa, passed away Tuesday, October 12, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 North Rome Avenue, with Rev. Dr. C T. Kirkland, pastor, officiating Interment will follow in Gar-den of Memories Cemetery. Ms. Baker was a native of 0 Lakeland, FL, and a resident ::!;! of Tampa. She graduated from C Blake.Sr. High School and was l> a member of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church and the National Di-abetes Association. She was a Z retired services rep-:::! resentative for Health Plan Z Services. m She was preceded in death 1 by: her father, George Baker, llJ Sr.; brothers, George Baker, Jr., and James ("JD") Baker; rsisters, Beulah Baker and m Blandene Baker; :uncles; :::! Robert Green, Albert Green Z and Henry Green; and "'tJ Maggie Slater, Alberta Louisy C:: and Mallie Jackson. llJ She leaves to cherish her 1 memory: mother, Katie W Williams; daughter, .Fontella Baker (Ezell); goddaughters,. C Cynthia "Renee" Cobbins and m Katurah. Harris; grandchil-< dren, Keith Scott, Keidra m Gilbert, E'Nesh.a Gilbert, Regi-:::0 nald and Brian Cob-< bins; sisters, Betty Davis -1 (Freeman), Therthea Baker, C:: Gertrude Baker, Ola Baker rn and Patricia Baker; brothers, c Henry Baker (Evelyn), )> Charzell Baker (Sheila) and < Tommy Baker, Sr. (Helenor)'; l> aunt, Lula Mae LeWis; Z nephews, Anthony-Miller, C Maurice Miller (Matilda), "T1 Frederick Baker (Edith), An-:::0 tonio Davis, Sr., Tommy C Baker, Jr. and Tommy Baker, Jr. (Thesha); nieces, Tomica Davis, Tia Downey (Marcus), Coneathia Watts, Toni Smith, Chavillia Jefferson (Marvin), Sharmel 'Troupe, Tomika Baker, Ebony Baker; special friends, Sammy Mann, Oscar Hall, Earnest Greene, Earlean Jones, Agnus Mitchell, Melphie Goodwin, Sharon Rushing and Christine McCarthur; a host of co-workers at Health Plan Services; and a host of family ana friends, too numerous to name, including the devoted physicians and staff of Fresenius Medical Care, Melech Hospice House and the Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church Family. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 15, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Th' e family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p.m. "'tt Arrangements entrusted to l> RAY WILLIAMS,, FUNERAL G) HOME, Rhodes & Northern, m Owners. www.raywilliamsfu-U) nerallwme.com )>

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Funerals/Memoriams MS. WILMA RENAL MAYS Ms. Wilma Mays of Wesley Chapel, FL, passed away October 5, 2010. sennces will be conducted Saturday, October. 16, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Stephen A. Nunn, officiating. Interment will follow m Orange Hill Ceme c tery. -a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::::) ..... > a: w > w c w J: (/) :::::i m ::::) D. z tu -1 -1 ::::) m -1 w z i= z W (/)_ < c a: 0 -1 LL <( I 0 N w (!) Ms. Wilma Renal Mays was a native of Queens, New York, and a resident of Tampa for 11 years. She attended Julia Richmond High School, New York City, NY. She was a retired social worker for the New York City Department of Social Services. She leaves to cherish her memory: her mother, Theolene 0. Mays of Wesley Chapel, FL; brother, Reginald L. (Gwen) Mays of Dover, DE; sister-in-law, Alexandria R. Mays of Wesley Chapel, FL; nephews, Quentin A. Mays and Terrence A. Mays, both of WesChapel, FL; niece, Rachel A. Mays of Dover, DE; and a host of other sorrowing rela-tives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 15, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrUsted to RAY-WILUAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. _wWW.raywilliaiils'funeral-home.coni ERVIN YOUNG 6/15/41 .:_ 10/17/2001 Ennn, 9 years ago, God sent His angels in His g ar,den to pick a special flower, and it was you. You are missed so much. Lucile, children, grands, great grands and Young Family. Mr. Walter Miller of Tampa, passed away on Saturday, October 9, Funeral sennces will be conducted Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Pastor T. D. -Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Miller was a native of Edison, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 46 years. He attended the public. schools of Clay County, Georgia, and was_ a member ofMt. Tabor M. B. Church where he sang in the Male Chorus. He was employed as a Ramp Agent with Delta Airlines and retired after 22 years. He leaves to cherish his memory:, a loving and devoted wife Qf 38 years, Miller; three daughters, Natanya LaShon Miller, Nicole Aleceia Miller and Traci Ann Jackson and husband, Dwayne, of Tampa; son, Jimmy Smith and wife; mother-in-law, Sister Anna Mae Jenkins; _two sisters, Sister Ethel Miller Price and Sister Virginia Ann Miller of Attapulgus, GA; twin brother, Wallace Miller, Jr. and wife, Gaynelle, of Miami, FL; two sisters-in-law, Dr. Gwendolyn Carter and husband, George, of Orlando, FL, and Deborah Kaye Jenkins; two brothersin-law, William Jenkins and Thaddeus 0. Jenkins and wife, Alphanette of Tampa; a host of sorrowing meces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews, cousins and.friends; and special longtime and devoted fri_ends, Bernard Clark, George McNair, Robert Dorsey,. Jerome Anderson and Herman Profitt. The remains will rep.ose after 5 p. m._ Friday, October 15, 2010, at Ray Williams neral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website At: flsentinel.com MR. JOHNNIE LEE PETERSON Mr. Johnnie Lee Peterson of 7406 Morton Street; Tampa, 33616, passed away Monday, October 11, 2010. Funeral sennces will be conducted Saturday, October 16, 2010, at 11 a. m. at St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church, 7221 South Sherrill Street, Port Tampa, FL, with Rev. Darryl Matthews officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park / 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa. Mr. Johnnie Lee Peterson was a native of Tuskegee, Alabama, and a resident of Tampa for 51+ years. He attended schools in Tuskegee, Alabama, and was a member -of St. Mark Missionary Baptist Church. He was retired from Gulf Oil Company, Tampa. He leaves to cherish his memory; a loving and devoted wife, Laurice Peterson; 2 daughters, Olivian Peterson-Brown (Paul) and Amanda King (Frank); 2 sons,. Maurice Peterson (JoAnn) and Johnnie Lee Peterson, III (Nikki Nelson); 19 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; 1 great-great grandchild; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. A wonderful man of God, will truly be missed by so many. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 15, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY .WILUAMS FUNERAL -iiOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. myW.raywilliamsfu-neralhome.com -: CRJS f S FUNERAL (RMATIO!I PRICES HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES IIARMON LFt> 5002 N. 40th Street Ta"'pa, Florida 33610 Funeral :-ennces for Ms. Mary Ella Hunt of Tampa, who passed away Friday, October 8, 2010, will be held Saturday,Octobert6,20to,attt a.m. at St. James A.M. E. Church (Progress Village),. 5202 South 86th Street, Tampa, 33619, with the pastor, Reverend Michael B. Price, officiating. will follow in Garden of Memories Mary Ella Tarry Hunt was born September 1, 1923, in Mecklenburg County, VA, to the late Taylor and Pinkie Tarry. She was educated in the Mecklenburg County School System. Mary entered into holy matrimony with Jacob Hunt on June 25, 1945 in Newark NJ. From this union was Jacob, Juanita and Mamn. She was joyfully received at the gates of heaven this past Friday, October 8, 2010; at a.m. by her Lmda her son, Reginald. Mary retired from the State of New York Creedmoor Psychiatric Hospital in 1985 and moved to Tampa, where she remained until her demise. Mary was a dedicated wife, a devoted mother, a patient grandmother, a wonderful sister and a generous friend to many. Mary was loved and respected in the community and her church family. Mary gave her life to Christ at an early age and was an active member of St. James A. M. E. Church. Mary leaves a legacy oflove and cherishable memories to: her dear husband, Jacob Hunt; devoted sons, Marvin, _and Jacob and wife, Barbara; -daughter, Jminita McCloud and husband, Raymond; siblings include, Frances Woody of Jersey City, NJ, and Evelyn Tarry of Henderson, NC; a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, _nieces, nephews and cousins; daughter-in-law, Rhonda Hunt; son-in-law, William Woods; special friends, Julius Robinson, Claudia Woods; Ora Roberts, Ronald Blackmon and Helen Robinson. The remains will repose from s-9 p. m. and the family. will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, October 15, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. A WILSON SERVICE www.Wilsonfuneralhome.com MS. MESHELONY H. PATRICK Ms. Meshelony H. Patrick, 40, of Tampa passed away October 7, 2010. Meshelony who was referred to as "Shell,"-and sometimes, "Mesha," was known -to everyone for her loving and thoughtful ways. She will always be remem:::--"" bered as the "neighborhood mom" and someone who you could always depend on and go to in t:inJe of need. Meshelony was preceded in death by her mother, Patricia K. Patrick. Fond and loving memories will with her family, who mcludes: her loving father, Hosea Patrick, Sr. and stepmother, Arnetha; two loving and devoted daughters, Ikesha Eaves and Deseree' Eaves; loving and devoted son, Isaac PatrickGallmo'n; precious granddaughter, Makayla Eaves; two sisters, Melinda Collins and Pullie (Bill); brother, Hosea Patrick, Jr. (Vicki); stepbrother, Arsenio Curry; a host of aunts, nieces, cousins and close friends. A memorial semce will be on Saturday, October 16, 201.0, at 11 a. m. at Springhill MB Church, 8119 E. Dr. MLK Blvd., of which Rev. Eugene Garnett is pastor, with Pastor Bill Pullie, Sr., officiating. 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IN LOVING MEMORY BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY MEMORIAM. KAREN LYNETIE TAYLOR-WILLIAMS August 10, 1971-October 17; 2007 Though your smile is gone forever, and your hand we can no longer touch, we have so many memories of you, whom, we love so much. Memories of you are our keepsake with which we'll never part. God has you in His keeping, we'll always have you in our hearts. Greatly missed and very much loved by: children, Taelor and Dillion; mother, Carolyn; siblings, Sabrina, Gregory, Dephanie, Remeka and Shanticia; grandparents, nieces, nephews, aunts, -uncles, cousins and many other family members and fioi.ends. ANNIVERSARY MEMORIAM FOR MY DEAR FRIEND SISTER MARTHA FERRELL LARA Sunrise: April 22, 1930 Sunset: October 11, 2005 My dear friend, Martha walked in when others walked out; helped me in my hour of sickness; became strong for me when I became weak. Lent me dollars without deducting interest; helped me uphill when I was sliding down; inspired me to believe "I can" when I thought I couldn't; defending me when others spo_ke evil of me; believed in my innocence until I admitted my guilt; remembered important things and forgot my mistakes; said behind my back what she said to my face; walked beside me when life became heavy; dug me a way out when I got buried under the weight oftoo much to do; comforted my heart when it was weary; comforted and encouraged me in the days of difficulty and sorrow. Last but not least, she organized me. My friend, Martha did all these things for me,withoui ex. pecting any return. Rearranged from a Dorothy C. Retsloff poem. Sadly missed by: your eternal friend, Dr. J. C. Barnes; son, Mr. Jose Lara and wife, Melissa; children, Shanae, Sierra and Jalesa; grandchildren; sister, Irene Harris and husband, Willie; nieces, nephews, family, friends and neighbors. MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY OF MRS.LULA EVERETI Missing you with love, your kids and grandkids. RHONDA FAYE You were an angel here on earth. And now you are an angel with God. When you left us October' 14, 2009, we didn't know then what .we know now. You had been preparing us for that day for quite some time. The nurturing talks, the tough love ... Momma ain't raised no fools, but 3 strong individuals, Sherelle, Shad and Serroda. See you later Momma. You are gone, but definitely not forgotten. IN MEMORY OF WILLIE RUTH SINGLETARY BROCKMAN-It seemed like only yesterday that our mother, Willie Ruth Singletary Brockman was picked from our garden. Although it has been 23 years (October 19, 1987), she's still dear and near to our hearts. Because of her love for flowers, we know that she's been busy working in that beautiful garden up in heaven. She's missed by her children, Robert, Pearl, Kate, Janice, Ralene, Gail, Niece andDereck. MADELYN E. CRUTCHFIELD Sunrise: September 7, 1949 Sunset: October 3, 2004 (Atlanta, GA) A Time ToGo Don't you think the time was right? A time to say goodbye to pain filled and endless, lonely nights? I've _lived my life and done my best, an example I tried to be. So I took the step beyond and set my spirit free. So, thanks for kissing me one last time and letting me hear you all say, because you cared so much for me, you all let me go yesterday. Your family sincerely misses your spiritual, affectionate, devoted and charismatic personality. You have left a legacy to family and finer womanhood that will never be surpassed by other family members, but it will certainly be a glowing example to follow. Sadly missed by: daughters, Tomia Crutchfield and Nikki Crutchfield; grandson, Michael Kyles, all of Atlanta, Georgia; mother, Mrs. Doretha Taylor; father, Mr. Floyd Walters; sisters, Ms. Deborah Walters ofTampa,.and Mrs. Yasmin Straker (Allen) ofTampa; 2 brothers, Jonathan Taylor (Carolyn) ofWichita Falls, TX, and Michael Taylor of Florida; 2 aunts, Dr. Julia Cobb Barnes and Mrs. Gloria Hunter of Apopka; nieces, nephews; and a host of family members, loving friends and devoted church family, the Salem Bible Church of Atlanta, GA. NOVEMBER 2ND 0 OJ m JJ .... 91 1\) 0 .... 0 "T1 r 0 JJ c l> CJ) m z :::! z m r .OJ c: r r m :::! z

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( Crime c Brothers Shot After Breaking Up Fight JAMES C. HENRY ... recovering from bullet wound to his liver. : Tampa Police report that at 5:30 a .m.,. Thursday, two brothers were shot after one of-them broke tip a fight involving two females. According to reports, James. C. Henry, 45, was shot in the hand, and his brother, 53-year-old James G. Henry, was shot in the upper body after a bullet went through their house in the 2900 block of 18th Street. Both were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries. According to a family memqer, James G. Henry's daughter went outside to talk to a friend. A few minutes passed when the father heard his daughter screaming and calling his name. he went outside, he saw a bigger woman dragging his daughter by the hair down the street toward a vehicle." "He asked what was going on and that's when the shots started coming." The family member, who doesn't want to be identified, said James G. was shot in the hand, and James C. was shot in the side as he was walking out of his room inside the house. The family member said James G. will have to have some fingers amputated, and neither one saw who fired the shots. The brothers were shot from a vehicle described as a high-profile white SUV. The shooting suspect is described as a Black male, 5'10" tall with shoulder-length dreads and appearingto be 20 to 25 ye ars old. Brothers Don't Want To Return To House James C. and James G. Henry are trying to move from the home on 18th Street. The house belonged to their deceased parents, and now is being taken away due to a lien for delinquent property taxes. The family member said neither wants to go back to the house, and she feels they don't need to go back. "James G. is still recover ing from heart surgery two years ago, and James C. has had four brain surgeries. Both of them are still in the hospital, but they need a place to live, because they just don't want to return to that house." Detectives Ask For Help In Locating Thiel Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office detectives are for help in identifying a suspect who reportedly forced his way into a store 3:30a.m. Wednesday. Detectives said the clerk at the Handy Food Store, 13710 Bruce B. Downs Boulevard," attempted to keep the sus-. pect out, but the S\lspect shoved his way to the cash register. The clerk told detectives the suspect couldn't take the cash drawer because it was connected by too many cables and wires. He then ran from the store. Detectives said about a minute later, the suspect reportedly stole a purse from a woman in an apartment complex parking lot near Bruce B. Downs and Fletcher Avenue. No one was injured at the store or in parking lot. The suspect is described as a Black male, 30 to 49 years old, 5'6" .tall, and weighing ., 150 pounds. Anyone with information on this suspect <;an contact the Sheriffs Office at (813) 247-8200. UNCLE SANDY -----------------------------... If a picture 4, 9, 11, 13 says a thousand words 18,. 20, 24, 29, then how dp I 33, 37, 40, 41 paint you? 44, 47, 49,50 Man Charged With Using A Bicvcle As A Weapon MICHEAL PERRY Late Monday night, Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies arrested man after he attacked another man with a bicycle. Deputies reported that Micheal Anthony Perry, 36, struck another man over the head eight times with a bicycle. Deputies also reported that Perry allegedly kicked the man several times after he fell to the ground. Deputies don't know what caused Perry to attack the victim, who had to receive stitches for his cuts. Deputies did say the two men did not know each other before the incident. Perry was charged with aggravated battery causing great bodily harm. He is being held in jail with his bond set at $2,500. Sentencing Set For December For Convicted IIBPiSt KENDRICK MORRIS Kendrick Morris, 19, a two-time convicted rapist, will be sentenced on December 17th. Last week, a jury fou11-d Morris guilty of the April 2008 beating and sex1,1al assault of an East Bay High School student. In September, he was also found guilty of the 2007 sexual assault of a 62-year-old day care center worker. Attorneys for Morris asked the judge for a delay in sentencing, and Judge Chet Tharpe obliged them. A recent Supreme Court ruling could play a role in Morris' sentence as it has been determined that juveniles cannot be sentence9to life in prison unless they com mit murder. Two Men Sought On Burglarv, Fraudulent Credit Card Charges Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are looking for two men they believe committed a residential bur glary on October 4th. According to reports, a condo was broken into on Cavacade Drive, and several items were taken, including credit cards. Detectives said two men were caught on a surveillance camera later utilizing the cards at a CVS Store on North Dale Mabry. Anyone with information on the two individuals is asked to call the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office at (813) 2478200. A surveillance c .amera inside a CVS Store recorded these two men using stolen credit cards. The two suspects are described as Hispanic males, 5'6" to 5'9" tall and weighing between 140 and 150 pounds. Four Teenagers Arrested, One Shot Bv Police For Burglarv, Auto Then TONY MCAFFEE JACQUIEUS BUTLER DEANDRE DOUGLAS CLEARWATER -Clearwater Police were involved in a shooting early Tuesday morning tha! left a teenager wounded. According to reports, police were investigating a burglary and stopped a truck with stolen dirt bikes in the back. The truck took off with offi cers in pursuit. Officers reported that the suspects tried to ram their truck into a police cruiser at Belcher Road and Nursery Road. Officers fired on the truck, wounding one of the suspects. Officials said there were four suspects in the truck and some were injured when the truck went off the road. The truck had been reported stolen, police said Facing charges of burglary, aggravated assault with a motor vehicle and grand theft auto are Sylvester Brown, 15; Tony McAffe, 14, Jacquieus Butler, 14, and Deandre Douglas, 18. Brown was shot and transported to Bayfront Medical Center with non-life threaten ing The other three were medically cleared and taken into custody by police. ''CALL RIC ''ASK RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: 'Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmaiLcom Available 24 Hrs. FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS 0 0 d m m :D ..... C1l ., r-0 :!! C/) m z -t z m r-m c: r rm :::! z ""0 c: m c C/) ::z:: m c rn n=i -t c: m C/) c )> z c G) m 1\) (..) I )>

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FLORIDA seNTiNEl. B George And Veronica Streets Renew Vows George and Veronica Streets renewed their vows in a 5 p m. ceremony at the College Hill Conference Center. Their pastor at the New Palm River Church of God in Christ, Elder Willie L. Fowler, officiated Program participants were: Kijana Crues, Mrs. Lille M. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. George (Evelyn) Streets (groom s parents), Mr. and Mrs. Jemmie (Judith) Akins (bride's parents), Elder Todd S. Reed, Sr. and Marissa Gill . Members of the wedding party included, bridesmaids: Effie Bateman, Keaundra Streets, Velda Roberts, Tangela Pilcher, Mae WareJackson, Cassandra Everett,_ Sigourney Wallace and Dells Gill. Groomsmen: Andre Gilchrist, Michael Russell, Shelton Gill, George A. Streets, Sr., Garland Akins, Sr., Joseph Streets and Cory Streets. Flower girls: Zitera Clark, Antanissya Walker, Aniya Gilbert and Madison Akins. Ring bearers: George A. Streets, Jr. and Garland Akins, Jr. Hostesses: Nikita Bateman, Janet Humphrey and Tawana Platt. Doreatha Crues was the Mistress of Ceremony for the reception, Rev. Ray Thomas blessed the food and Nandi Jorden and Kristal Hill did a Praise Dance. (Photos by Julia Jackson) George and Veronica Streets renewed their vows after 25 years of marriage. 0 The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jemmie (Judy) Akins. The groom' s father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George (Evelyn) Streets, Sr. Members of the wedding party with Mr. and Mrs. Streets. Ashley and Karen. The groom's mother, Mrs. Lillie Mae Mills and her grandson, George A. Streets, Sr. Elder Charles and Mrs. Delores Davis were among the guests. Guests also included Andrea Nealy Clayton, Vivian Nealy and Cassandra Nealy. Sisters in attendance Shavon Bell-Green and Ann Bell-Sumerfield. Best mari Michael and Eva Russell. The 4 Georges-Qeorge Streets, Sr.; George A. Streets, Jr., George Streets, Jr. and George A. Streets, Sr. Kerrick and T. J. Williams.

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c; N II) ,.... w m 0 .... (.) Free Benefit Concert To Honor The Late Rev. Abe Brown 0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer If there's one thing you can C say about the late Rev. fE Abraham Brown, he was a fighter. His will was strong, and he never quit until he just couldn't stand anymore. On September 11, 2010 Rev. Brown lost his third battle with can.cer: and passed away. He was 83 years old Known as a preacher, teacher, coach, mentor, father, grandfather, husband, and so many other titles, Rev. Brown was also a very humble man. Abe Brown Ministries Di rector (and son-in-law), Robert Blount, said it would be indeed an honor to have a street renamed in honor of Rev. Brown. "It's certainl y fitting. This is the hub of his work and I think the entire family is humbled by this honor. " I think the family and. staff of the Ministry want to do all we can to support the ministry and continue his mis-THE LATE REV. ABRAHAM BROWN sion This was his heart and. we will do all we can to sustain the ministry and his achievements On October 28th, a free ben efit concert will be held as a lasting memoriam for Rev. Abe Brown. The concert will be held at Idlewild Church, 18333 E x citing Idlewild Boule vard in Lutz and will begin a 7 p.m The concert will be hosted by former Tampa Bay Buccaneer and Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy, ROBERT BLOUNT Abe Brown Ministries Director and Charles Billingsley and Babbie Mason will be performing. "During a board meeting earlier this year, we decided to do a concert instead of our annual banquet," said Mr. Blount. "Our plans were to also do a benefit for Rev. Brown with him there, but with his passihg, w e d e cided to make this a memorial concert." Mr. Blount said with the memorial held a week after Rev. Brown passed, they ,_Is homeownership Jour _reach? Ask us aJ>out our flexible, low down payr)Jent l .oan options for those with modest Income. Our e?
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Birthda Greetin JADEN ROBINSON Then JADEN ROBINSON .Now Guess who's turning "6?" We love you little "J;" Mother, Ebony; grandparents, Richard and Ona Pearson; Nana, Leontyne Williams. 'Ultimate Throwback' TONYAAnd COODAMANN 1he Pres.enr COODAAnd TONYAMANN From the cradle to the grave, the real stays real! Happy 25th birthday, Stanka. Love, your Auntie T. Mann and the Faro!! SKYI'LARN. JENNINGS One year ago the Lord William and me with our beautiful baby girl, Skyi'Lar N. Jennings. Skyi'Lar will celebrate her 1st birthday on Sunday, October 17th with a host offamily and friends. Happy birthday Skyi. From, morrimy and daddy (Teedy . and Will); grandparents, Herman, Nina, Curley, Belinda and Reggie. WANDA 51 Years 'Guess Whose Birthdav' B. J. Come a long way hard. God has been good since my 47th birthday . How you like me now, 10/26/1963. PIMP CITY Happy 27th birthday. From, your wife and son "DJ." Happy birthday daddy, we love you! Wow,' look Who's 181<. MZ. TIKA BABYAndDON Happy birthday to my o:g.e and only girlfriend mama, to my everything. Hope you see a lot more!!! Happy birthday to you, it's your time to shine. Love, your husband, Baby and Don. CECEAnd BRENDAN Happy birthday goes out to my godmother. I love you, Mommy. Love always, Brendan. JUANITA JACOBS 10/13/2010 Happy birthday, Juanita Ja-., r HaPPV 20th g Birthdav 'Marke' "MS. HOOD BARBIE" We love you. From, Mama Dukes, Lil E andEJ. Message to my kids: Keep God first and you will see how He changes things for you. Love one another and stick by one anotherforlife!!! 10/15/10 ESUREYOU VOTE z m r tD c: r r. m ':::! z "'D c: tD r u; ::J: m c m < m -1 c: m en c > < )> z c Happy birthday. We love you. cobs. Family and friends. From, your family. ON NOVU1BER 21

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All About You! C\1 I Just Married w m (.) 0 >"' ic( c a: LL c a: LL c z < c U) w t-. it w > W c w l: U) ::J m 0.. z i= w ..J -I :::l m ..J w z i= z w U) < c a: 0 ..J LL MR. And MRS. PRICE Would like to thank God first for bringing us together as one and also everyone that caine and supported us. Thank you all. CORRECTION An error was made in the article in Tuesday's paper entitled "Disabled Veteran Donates Van To Friend." Ramond Bruce said the Ride Away Company is donating the van to his friend. We apologize for any errors the mistake caused for Bruce or the Ride Away Company. 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. .___ _____ ...._............_. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." ' WANDAAndANGELA Happy birthday, Angela, 10-16-10. Love, Wanda. 1oung Monev' SPOON We would like to send a birth day shout out to our boy, Spoon. Keep smiling and keep your head up. Happy 22nd birthday and many more to come. Love, mom and family. St Mali< Missionary Baptist Chli'Ch 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263 "Building On A Firm Foundation" Sunday School-9:30A.M. Sunday Moming Worship-10'.55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -600 P.M. Transportation Services Available NEW MT. ZION M. B CHURCH, INC. 251 1 E. Columbus Dr (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship 1 0 :55 A. M Wed., Family Night 7 P M For Transportation Cat! (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist Just Married MR. AND MRS. PRICE Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Price. From, family and friends. Keep God first and never go to bed angry! RRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50 a.m. Sunday School 9:45a.m. Morning Worship 10 : 50 a m TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6:30p.m. Life Enrichment University Visit our website at Www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, lnc.-P.o. Box 290415 Tampa, R. 33687 (813) 784-urn PASTOR MOSES BROWN SUNDAY 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

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Sunda.Y School God's Safe Retuge What do you do when it seems like all hell is breaking loose in your life? Where do you go to find a place of se curity and peace? Who do you turn to when there is no one to be found? The psalmist in this week 's lesson found himself in these situa tions. Psalm 46 is a psalm about the victory of God. The psalmist opened with a bold and clear statement, "God is our refuge and strength" (vs. 1a). A refuge is a sheltered or protected state safe from something threatening, harmful, or unpleasant; or a place, or some times a person, offering protection or safe shelter from something (Encarta Dictionary). Therefore, people must re alize that God is a place of shelter and protection from the people and situations of life that causes harmful or unpleasant situations. God will always provide His peo ple with a place to escape to. Life is not about having no GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH -3901 N 37th St (813) 248-sng THE PUBLIC IS INVITED issues. A person living in this world will have some is sues and problems. The blessing of being with God is that he provides His people with refuge and He becomes their refuge. Not only is God our refuge, He is also our strength. The psalmist makes the distinction between God giving us strength and God being our strength. When He gives you strength, He gives you some thing to be able to deal with what you are going through. When He is your strength, then it is Him who is holding you and keeping you. The psalmist speaks of God as a God who is always there. With God you never have to worry about Him not show ing up in time. God is a very present help in trouble (vs. 1b). The word, "ve ry" puts emphasis on the word that follows. Therefore God is not just present He is very present. God is very active and in volved in whatever is going NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 Weekly Activities Sunc4:ly Church School 9 : 30A.M Morning Worship. 10:45 A.M Bible Class ,: 4:30P M Evening Worship 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. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A. M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A.M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B. T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study OR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org on in your life. God wants yo u to be assured that His presence will be noticed and felt while you are in trouble. There are many who will come to your aid, but it will be after the issue is resolved. There are some who will be with you only when things are going well. But God says He will be present with you IN your trouble. God does not need for life to be perfect and peaceful for Him to be present. Your life and situa tions will be peaceful and better when He is present. This one verse, God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in gives reason why a person does not have to fear when it seems like all hell is breaking loose. He says even when things are falling around you, when you have God in your life you do not have to fear. In the last verse it is written the Lord of host is with us (vs. 7). This phrase repre sents God as God who is the commander of a heavenly army. God's presence in the midst of your trouble en sures you of a victory. No matter what you go through in life and regard less the trouble, always remember God is your refuge. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School -9:45 a m Morning Worship -11 a.m . Evening Worship-5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7:30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPnST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd. Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672 0389 Academy Office : (813) sn-5988 Fax : (813) 672 0514 E-Mall : fbcopv @ tampabay rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor AduiVChlldren Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A .M. 4:!!:1!Jitl!lllf) Sunday-9:45A.M -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A M -Adult Wednesday7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30P. M Adult A Satellite Campus For Faith B ible lnstiM e "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) Local With Recent Meruer: East Bav Church Of Christ Is On The Move EV ANGEUST ERIC DOSS In a bold move and desire to further the borders of God's Kingdom, Eastside Church of Christ and Bayside Church of Christ have come together to form East Bay Church of Christ. The birth of this union began on Sunday, September 19, 2010 in the morning Wor ship Service where the two be came one. .EVANGEUST ROBERT PIRANT Outreach, and Preaching the Word of God, these two evan gelists can't lose. In Psalm 133 the Bible says "How good and pleasant it is when brothers live together in unity! For there the LORD be stows his blessing, even life forevermore. The great minds of the two leading ministers ; Evangelists Eric Doss and Robert Pirant, decided to unite both church families in order to help one another in bringing souls to Christ in and around the Tampa Bay communities. With future endeavors to pro mote programs and ministries such as Youth, Marriage Em powerment and Couples, New Exciting Singles, Community "Our main purpose is to brings souls to Christ, work to gether to edify and uplift one another in order to bring about a transformation in the world f! we live in now and in the fu-0 HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Maili[lQ Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. ture for the next generation," the evangelists exclaim. The newly formed congrega tion meets at: 5231 County Road 579 in Seffner, FL 33584. For more information, please contact the church at 813-661-4820. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 --. Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship *11 A .M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Ch;lst .Who Strengthens Me." -Phil. 4 :13 ST. MAlTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A. M Sunday School 9:30a.m. Morning Worship 11 a m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p .m. Study of the Bible Wed 7 :30-8 : 30 p m Praise & Worship Service Wed 8 :30-9 p m Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7-8 : 30 p.m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a. m Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7-11 p m REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor JJ c )> C/) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r-rm ::! z ., c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m JJ < -4 c: m C/) c )> z c :!:! c

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rise C\1 Surprise Birthdav Partv For Elaine Sledge Stanard m 0 A surprise birthday party honoring Elaine Sledge Stafford t; was held recently at her home. (Photos by Julia Jackson) 0 >"' <( c a: u.. m I CD w C!J Darele Campbell and Betoria Watson were among the guests. UNITY M.B. CHURCH NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 912 East Fairbanks** Tampa 33612 *" Comer Of 9th And Fairbanks 1 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Morning Worship -11 A. M. Wednesday Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. Prayer Service 7-7:30P.M. Bible Study-7:30-8:30 p.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED The Public Is Invited. THE HOLY GHOST CHl:J PURCHASED WITH HIS 3613 N. 23rd St.** TamP-a, FL .33605 ( 813) 247 -3055-Chur ch (813) 613-4600 Cellular Email : bishopandrewslive.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School -1 0 A. M . Morning Service-11 :30 A. M Evening Service7:30 P. M Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band 7 :3 0 P. M. Thursday Evening -YP.WW7:30 P. M. 1st Arid 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry-7:30 P . ST. JAMES AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH s2o2 s. 86th street TamPa., FL 88619 Sunday Se'rvices: Early Morning Worship 7:45 A. M. Church School -9:30 A. M. Morning Worship -11 A.M. Wednesday Night: Bible Study-6:30P.M. Thursday: Bible Study 10:30 A.M. stjamesamepv@aol.com REV. MICHAEL B. PRICE PMtor Left to right, Julia Jackson, hostess; Justina Cox, birthday girl Elaine Sledge Stafford,. and Brenda Daze. Jocelyn Stephens. New Heritage Christian Center, Inc . Kingdom Life ELDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425-5299 7402 N. 56th St, Bldg 700, Ste. 790 Tampa, FL 33617 Worship---Sunday, 11:30 a.m. Oct. 31, 20210 12-5 P.M. Kingdom Harvest Fest HeaHh Screenings Food Music Face Painting Moon House 1\Nistlng Haunted House and believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he And whoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. . John-1-1 :25 Jesus Is Love! Jesus Is Liberty! Ms. Sledge's cousin, Anjorie Sledge was also in attendance. 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 Bishop Eddie Newkirt, Sr. Pastor SundaY: WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00A.M. Spirttual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P.' M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M : & Youth Mid Week Service Us At: stjministries @aol.com Mission Statement: ':A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the who!eman.n Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUS. E OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK

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c Experience With Census Worker Has AHected Man's Health BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When 66-year-old Willie Thigpen moved into his riverside duplex four years ago, his thoughts were to just relax and enjoy his retirement. The apartment he moved into came with a pier behind it, and he spent a lot of time either fishing or just sitting at the pier. An incident in May changed everythingfor Thigpen, and now he said his health will never be the same. On May 10, 2010, Tampa Police arrested Thigpen on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was alleged to have chased a Census worker with a pick axe. Thigpen had his day in court, and said the charges were dismissed because the Census worker didn't appear and was quoted as saying he felt it would be "a waste of the state's money to pqrsue this." "This should have never gone this far. Everything was blown out of proportion, and if the officers had allowed me to explain when they arrested me, this wouldn't have gotten this far." Thigpen recalls the day everything changed for him. He said it all started because he couldn't park his car in his own driveway. "I have a problem with drugs being sold on my street, and the customers park their cars anywhere and everywhere." "On this particular day, I had gone to the store, and when I returned, I had to park on the street, because there was a car in my driveway, and I found out it belonged to a Census worker." Thigpen said he asked the man tQ move his car so he could park. "My hearing isn't that good and he was trying to talk to me. I told him to move his car again, and he told me he was a Census worker." "I repeatedly told him I didn't have the ti_!lle to deal with that right now, and I had already completed a Census form. He told me he would call his supervisor I refused to talk to him." Thigpen said he again told the man to move his WILLIE THIGPEN ... experience with police and worker has adversely affected his health. car, and started unloading groceries from his car and taking them inside. "When I went inside, he started knocking at my door. I told him again to leave and he called the police." "When the police arrived, they didn't ask me any questions. They talked to him, and the next thing you know I was being arrested." Thigpen said the issue over the so-called pick axe came when he was sitting in his car, still trying to get the Census worker to leave. "I have an axe I use to dig into the ground for fishing bait. It was in my car, the Census worker saw it, and just told the police I chased him with it. I never chased him with anything. I never left my car." Thigpen said when he went to court, he was asked to accept a plea and told them noway. "I had not committed an offense, and I told them I wanted a jury trial. That's when everything got cleared .-up." "The entire experience has caused me health problems, especially with my blood pressure." Thigpen said he's moving from his apartment, because the peace he enjoyed when he first moved into the apartment is gone. "I've called police several times about the drugs, but no one has been arrested. It's very frustrating and aggravating." --" Thigpen said it's a shame something so minor had to become someth'ing big enough to land him in jail. "A lot of people don't believe how quickly a situation can be made to look worse than it really is." An apple a day won't keep the flu away. Get your flu shot at the Publix Pharmacy! $25 shot* Find a location near you by visiting publix.comlflu or calling 1-877-FLU-8100. *Medicare Part B accepted without co-pay. Age restrictions apply. Speak to y(>ur Publix pharmacist for details. P U B L X P I+ A R M A C Y Feeling well. Living b .etter. 0 0 d m m :II ...I. U1 1"1) 0 ...I. 0 ., r 0 en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z "'C c: m r Ci5 ::1: m c m < m ..... c: m en c )> z c ., c

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The Diamond Dust i BY JASMINE CROWLEY Mt. Pleasant's boys' basket ball team traveled to Dowdell Middle School on Thursday, October 7 to defend its unde feated standing, but lost 2322. The Diamonds were down by 10 points at the half, then by 13 points. Coach Dickens inspired the team and players Montre Cobb, William Ba:n.ks, and Christopher Johnson to pull within 1 point. : The last basketball games were played Tuesday, October 12 at Progress Village Middle Magnet. Track is coming up and we hope you continue to support our stu dents. Members of the Girls' Basketball team, front row, left to right: Niazsha Igles, Alexis Thomas, Ti.kayla Young and Milouse Saint-Fleur. Standing, Kassandra Pedraza, Diamond Bolton, Coach Williams, Monee Allister and Nijayla Reed. Members of the Girls' Bas ketball team are: Monee Allister, Diamond Bolton, Niazsha Igles, Kassandra Pedraza, Nijayla Reed, Milouse Saint-Fleur, Alexis Thomas, and Tikayla Young; Girls' coach, Mrs. DeCondra Williams. The Boys' Basketball team, Zarrick Anderson, William Banks, Reginald Bradley, Venson Brown, Angel Calderon, Montre Cobb, Joseph Decejour, Bryan Henry, Gerald Igles, Christopher Johnson, Angelo Larry, Xavier Price, Dajour Rubin, and Zackery Simons. Boys' coach, Gerald Dickens. The end of the first grading period will be October 22, 2010. There will be early re lease for students on Wednesday, October 27, 2010. September 15 through October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage Month. Shout outs go to EdWin Rivera who inspired and educated the Diamonds about the contri butions people of Hispanic heritage made to the history of the United States in the past and in present. Mr. Rivera stated, Stu dents learn tolerance and 5 LBS. WINGS 5 LBS. CHICKEN LEG QTRS. 5 LBS. DRUMSTICKS BUY 5 LBS. LEG QTRS GET 5 LBS. FREE FIB$4.99 BUY 5 LBS. FRESH MILK NECK BONES GALLON FIB .$12.99 JIB GOOD TIME CIGARS 100 COUNT BOX f8l 305 CIGARmES 3FOR$10.00 A CARTON FOR $31.00 OBAMA SHOES FOR $12.99 GET 5 LBS. 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Pleasant will give monthly recognition awards to three students and one parent The criteria for these awards are available in the school's Main Office. The awards include the Rebecca Kinsey Literacy Award, the David and Bertha Bowers Humanitarian Award, the Curtis and Katrina Stokes Citizenship Award, and the FifthThird Bank Volunteer of the Month Award (Parent). Mt. Pleasant S. B. Middle School is currently accepting enrollment applications for 0 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Please call the school at 253-:J> 0053 for more information en m or visit our website, z wWw.mpmiddleschool.net, =! to download an application form r-We are not. a private school, not a church school, rand not an alternative school. We are a traditional :::! public school. Tuition is jree! c Go Diamonds! m c en Nominations Being Accepted For State Fair Wall 01 Fame ::I: m c m < m BY IRIS B : HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Florida State Fair Au thority is currently accepting nominations for the Second Annual Wall Of Fame Recog nition Ceremony. The dead. line to submit nominees is November 1st. Individuals submitted for consideration must be out standing African American and individuals. The nominees can be living or deceased, who exemplify or who have exemplified a commitment to excellence and who have enhanced the heritage of the city, coun ty or state. The nominees can be representatives the public or private sector. State Fair Advisory com mittee members will review the names submitted. The : committee will seiect three African Americans and three Hispanics for recognition : The honorees and their c! immediate family members m (if:the nominee is deceased) will be invited to an opening day ceremony and presenta-:J> tion on February 10, 2011 at z 11 a. m. in the Family Theater C at the Florida State Fair. jJ This year markS the 107th c Annual Florida State Fair. It opens on Thursday, February 10th and ends on Monday, F ebruary 21t. Individuals honored last year were: the late C. BlYthe Andrews, Jr., the late Rev. Dr.-A. Leon-Lowry, Sr., the late Mrs. Felecia Ann Wintons Taylor, Ms. Matilda Garcia, Richard Gonzmart and former Florida Gover:rior Bob Martinez. Applications for nominees can be downloaded from tlie website at www.floridastate fair.com, or by calling (813) 627-4314 to request the form by sent by mail, email, or fax. ITI "0 .)> C) m cp m ON NOVEMBER 2

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National C\1 1.() ,.... a: w m (.) 0 Man Strips Naked, Another Throws Book At President Obama During Philadelphia Rallv PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA In what seemed to be an upgrade from the shoes thrown at former president George W. Bush a couple of years ago in Iraq, an a unidentified crowd member ji tossed a book at President I.L Barack Obama following C his speech at a Philadelphia rally over the On that same eventful day for the president, another man in attendance was arrested for waltzing through the crowd, nude. i;: According to reports, the w streaker, identified as Juan > w d w :I: en :::::; m .::: D. z t= w -I -I ::: m -I w z t= z w en C a: 0 ._. I.L James Rodriguez, 24, pulled his outlandish stunt in an attempt to claim a million dollar prize offered by billion aire A1ki David. Apparently, David was offering the jackpot for the first nude person to get with in, eye-shot and ear shot of the president and scream the name 'battlecam.com' six times." The naked truth is, with economy as bad as it is; peo ple are willing to do anything for money Pres. Obama Honors Archbishop Desmond Tutu As He Retires ARCHBISHOP DESMOND TUTU WASHINGTON-President Barack Obama says South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a moral titan who will be missed as he formally retired from pub lic life last Thursday on his 79th birthda y Pres. Obama says the Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been a voice of principle, an unrelenting champion of justice and a dedicated peacemaker. Archbishop Tutu played a pivotal role in South Africa's struggle apartheid the now-abolished system of white-minority rule. He also has advocated freedom and justice world wide, supported gay rights and pushed for treatment programs to stop the spread of HIV /AIDS. Tampa General Hospital is a Joint Commission-certified primary stroke center, and state-designated comprehensive stroke center. The TGH team of stroke neurologists, neuroradiologists and neurosurgeo ns provides patients with the most advanced stroke care available : P.ost-Eiection Ethics Trials Set For Rangel, Waters WASH INGTON Ethic s trials for two prominent House D e m .ocrats w e r e s e t Thurs day for after the midter m e l ec ti o ns, d e privin g R e public a n s o f headlines th a t could becom e camp a ign ads An a n g r y Rep. Zoe Lofgren, the Hous e e thics committ e e ch a irwom a n, uni laterall y a nnounced the midto-late No vember procee d ings for Charles Rangel of New York and Maxine Waters of California Lofgren, D-Calif., in a written statement, said the five Republicans on the 10-mem ber committee blindsided her last week when they pub licly requested preelection trials. Republicans made the request while Lofgren was flying from California to Washington. The disagreement has for the moment seriously dam aged efforts to run the ethics committee without the partisan rancor evident in most House proceedings. The trials will determine whether Rangel and Waters violated standards of conduct. Rangel is a senior member and former chairman of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, while Waters has a senior position MAXINE WATERS And CHARLES RANGEL on the Financial Services Committee. The trials officiall y called adjudicatory hearings, will begin Nov. 15 for Rangel and Nov. 29 for Waters. Rangel is accused of financial and fundraising improprieties and Waters is charged with improperly helping a bank where her husband has an investment . Waters said in a statement, "I will defend myself vigorously because I have not violated any House rules, and I will not allow anyone to suggest my life's work has been motivated by anything other than the public interest. The facts and the evidence are on my side: No benefit, no improper action, no failure to disclose, no one influenced: no case." Rangel had no immediate comment. Our neuroscience program is also recognized for its care of adult and pediatric patients with spinal cord and brain i njuries, epilepsy, movement disorders and tumors of the head neck and spine. Choose TGH to get your life back on course. Tampa General Hospital PhysidanFinder Referral Service 1-800-822-DOCS Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine N E U R 0 S C I E N.-C E

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ol Civilian Named 'Crime Prevention Practitioner oftheYear' DR. GREG ROBINSON The Lakeland Police Department recently announced that Dr. Greg Robinson has been select ed as the Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year." Dr. Robinson has been employed with the Lakeland Police Department since 1995 In 2008, he became Supervisor of the Crime Prevention Unit. The recipient of the Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year award is decided by a board of representatives from the Florida Crime Prevention Association. Their decision was based on outstanding performance in the field of crime prevention to the community between October 2009 and September 2010 Thi s included an e v aluation of the programs and responsibilities of the candidate, plus community outreach programs provided by the unit. On October 21st, Dr. Robinson will be formally presented the award during a ceremony at the Fou' r Points Sheraton Hotel in Sebring. Congratulations, Dr. Robinson, on this g reat accomplishm e nt. Happy Birthday To You! MINISTER ROBERT NORTON A very special HAPPY BIRTHDAY wish is extend ed to my husband Michael R. Shaw who will celebrate another natal day on October 21st. Happ y birth day greetings are also sent to: Winter Haven gentleman, Rodney Ford (Oct. 2oth) and Lakeland gentle men, Minister Robert Norton and Bill Booker (Oct. 21st).. May the Lord continue to bles s each of y ou with many, many mor e birthd ays! Attention Polk County Gators The Greater Tampa Bay are a of the Association of Black Alumni (ABA) will host GatorFest, an array of open events for Universit y of Florida Gator graduates, alumni students and Gator friends on Friday, Oct. 15th and Saturday, Oct. 16th. Come represent and bring a Gator (or friend) wi.th you! The goal is to build a strong alumni association that will have a positive impact in our communities through mentoring scholarships, community involvemen'!' and activities For further information contact Tiffany Chabnon at tchat..: mon35@gmail com Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to Mother ., c 0 0 a Della Allums of Winter IIJ Haven and family in the m passing of their loved one :::C ...... Reverend Millage z c ., Humana Plus (HMO) provider network in Hillsborough County. We'd like to welcome Dr. Colleen Campbell Dr. Colleen Campbell Internal Medicine. 5503 E. Busch Blvd. Temple Terrace, FL 33617 (813) 200-7717 Find out what millions of Humana members already knowl Call today: 1-800-528-3866 {TIY:711) 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week f!DMA Guidancewben you need it lllo'"' st c : A' Health with a Medicare contract. is an advertisement. For more information, reservations or for accommodations of w1th at sales c a ll: 1-800-528-3866 (TIY: 711) 8 a.m to 8 p.m., seven a week H 1036_GHA0964HH_CTM File & Use 092520. 1 0 TMP 1 0 /10

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II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 29-2009-CA-001404 Division B RF Section -I ARCH BAY HOLDINGS LLC SERIES 2008B (Plaintiff) vs. DOUGLAS STUDER a/kla DOUGLAS W. STUDER MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., As nominee for Magnus Financial Corp.; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DOUGLAS STUDER a/k/a DOUGLAS W. STUDER; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the final judgment/orde r entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Flor ida descr ibed as: LOT 4 BLOCK 3 GRIFLOW PARK SUBDIVISION , ACCORDING TO THE MAP THEREO F AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 28, PAGE 74, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY F L ORIDA . at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 2:00 P.M., on the 2nd F loor, Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampg, Flor i da 33602 on October 20. 2010 The highest bidder shall immed i ately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5% } of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier s check payable to the Clerk of the Court . Final payment must be made by 12: 00 p .m. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT (813) 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 2nd day of October, 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SUSAN D'LORETO DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-20564 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY As Trustee for the owners of Terwin Micro Asset-Backed Securities, Series 2007-FHM1 ; without recourse (Plaintiff) vs. GREILYN TORNA and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs, grantees or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF GREILYN TORNA; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject property, (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the final judgment/order entered in the above noted case that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: LOT 11, BLOCK 4 CAMPUS HILL PARK UNIT 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, RECORDING IN PLAT BOOK 37, PAGE 28, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash at 10:00 A.M. on the 2nd Floor Room 201/202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E. Twiggs Street Tampa, Florida 33602 on October 20. 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately post w ith the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5% ) of the f inal bid. The deposit must be cash or cash i e r s check payable to the Clerk of the Court. F inal payment must be made by 12:00 p.m. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISJON OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272 7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YO.UR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 1st day of October. 201 0. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ALICIA CARDINEZ DEPUTY CLERK .... 110...-... c > :c ..... _,.. -== IL_ c :c. ........... ___ ... :c .. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities AUTOPSY TECHNICIAN $31, 512 COMMUNITY COLLECTION CENTER ATTENDANT $22 235 DIRECTOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (UNCLASSIFIED) ENGINEERING SPECI[I.LIST II (UNDERGROUND UTILIT )ES) ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST I (LIMITED DURATION) MANAGER (DATA) (RESTRICTED) $46 238 $33 696 $40,768 MULTI-TRADES WORKER II (NON-STANDARD HOURS) $30 659 See our web site at ......... --http://www hccsb org or visit our off ice at: 601 E. Kennedy 17th F L oor Tampa FL. Preference in ini tial apt. will begiven to eligible & eligible spouses of vets AAIEEO "T1 JJ c 0 0 --4 0 aJ m JJ ...... Jn 1\) 0 ...... 0 "T1 r-0 JJ CJ) m z ::! z m r-aJ c r rm ::! z "0 c aJ !: CJ) ::t m c m < m --4 c m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :2 c > < ...... ....... I aJ

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR BROADBAND TECHNOLOGY OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM (BTOP) Advertisement In accordance with the U S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Handbook 7460 8 REV-2, Florida Statutes and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and with other applicable laws, the Tampa Housing Authority (THA) formally requests competitive proposals from qualified, responsible broadband providers interested in providing broadband internet access for approximately 3,430 public housing units Sealed Proposals shall be received until 10:00 a m (prevailing Tampa, FL time) on Friday, October 22, 2010 at 1529 W. Main Street, Tampa, FL 33607 Proposals received after this date and time w ill be rejected. Copies of this RFP are available on our website at www.thafl.com/purchasing or you may contac t the Contracting and Procurement Department at 813-253-0551 ext 187 to request an electronic copy TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-004-11 TERMINAL 6 (BERTH 267) IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT NO. 11-0691 0 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors for wharf repairs at Terminal 6 including, but not limited to, pile jacket repairs for approximately 30% of Berth 167 wharf; construction of a pile supported crane pad and forklift pad on Berth 167 ; construction of pile supported foundation for a passenger bridge; and miscellaneous repairs such as concrete spall repair and fender repair and replacements Also included in this contract is polishing of the diamond plate baggage floor inside Terminal6. A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and site visit will be held Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 1 0:00 a m in the first floor TPA Board Room, 1101 Channels ide Drive, Tampa, FL 33602 Prospective bidders are required to attend. Sealed bids are due by Thursday, November 18, 2010 at 1 :00 p.m., at which time all bids received will be publicly qpened and read aloud. The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's website (www tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (Www. demandstar com). Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101, Channelside Drive, 4th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed to the ITB TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905 5044 by email at dcasey@tampaport.com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-CA-016770 U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION as Trustee for Terwin Mortgage Trust 2005-12ALT, Asset-Backed Certificates, Series 2005-12ALT, without recourse, (Plaintiff) vs. Monika Polarczyk, et al. (Defendants) NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Monika Polarczyk Unknown Spouse of Monika Polarczyk 16079 Dawnview Drive Tampa Florida 33624 Tenant !/Unknown Tenant Tenant 11/Unknown Tenant 16079 Dawnview Drive Tampa Florida 33624 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for foreclosure has been filed against you regarding the subject property with a legal description, to-wit: Part of Lot g, Block 3, NORTHDALE SECTION L, as per plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 52, Page 15 of the Public Records Of Hillsborough County, Florida AND being more particularly described as follows: for a point of reference commence at the Southwest corner of said Lot g, thence North 00 20' 34" W, along the West boundary of said Lot g 65.50 feet for a point of beginning; thence continue N 00 20' 34" W, 2g.so feet to the Northwest corner of said Lot g; thence N ago 3g' 26" E, 110 feet to the Northeast corner of said Lot g, thence S 00 20'34" E, along the East boundary of said Lot g, 22.50 feet, thence crossing said Lot g, the following (3) courses, S ago 3g 26"W, 41.33 feet thence S 00 20' 34" E, 7.00 Feet thence S ago 3g 26 W 68.67 feet to the Point of Beginning. and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses if any to it on Gary I. Gassel, Esquire Plaintiff s attorney, whose address i s 2191 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota Florida 34?37 [ ] within thirty (30) days from the first date of publication. [X] on or before the 8th day of November, 2010. and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on the Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter ; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT (813) 272-7040 WITHIN TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TOO AT (813) 272-616g OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) gss-8770. Dated this 27th day of September. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ SARAH A BROWN DEPUTY CLERK II Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO.COM Ms. D's World Qf Beauty Is Looking For Licensed Barbers For New Barber Shop Call (813) 748-0952 Seeking Live-In CNA To Take Care Of Elderly Must Have A Car And Clean Background Phone (813) 417-0934 LIC# 6905841 Work From Ho _me No Selling, No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 HOMES FOR SALE East Tampa Business And Civic Association 1219 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath I With Single Car Garage Up to $60,000.00 Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248.;a9n East Tampa Business And Civic Association 6806 Waterton $150,000-4 Bedroom Double Car Garage 12105 Fox Bloom $135,000 -3 Bedroom Double Car Garage Up to $60,000.00 Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248-39n II

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I IIFOAAENT II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 09-CA-016051 FRE;MONT REORGANIZING CORPORATION F/K/A FREMONT INVESTMENT & LOAN, A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION, (Plaintiff) vs. DAGOBERTO PEREZ and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons, heirs, devisees, grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DAGOBERTO PEREZ; CHRISTINA PADRON; CITY OF TAMPA STATE OF FLORIDA; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property (Defendants) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the final judgment/order in the above noted case, that I will sell the following property situated in Hillsborough County Florida described as: THE SOUTH% OF LOT 17 LESS THE NORTH 50 FEET THEREOF, W.E. HAMNER'S ROME AVENUE ESTATES, ACCCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF HECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 26, PAGE 46, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,at public sale, to the highest and best bidder for cash, at 10:00 A.M., on the 2nd Floor, Room 202 in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs Street, Tampa, Florida 33602 on October 13. 2010. The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS AFTER THE SALE. ATTN: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES. IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE COURT ADMINISTRATOR AT 813 272-7040 WITHIN (2) TWO WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RECEIPT .OF THIS DOCUMENT IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, TDD AT (813) 272-6169 OR FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT (800) 955-8770. Dated this 24th day pf September. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ ALICIA CARDINEZ DEPUTY CLERK Place Your Ad In The Business Di.-ectory II We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Nail Technician/Stylist Assistant We are looking for someone with salon experience who would enjoy working in a busy and creative environment, maintaining the fantastic reputation, the salon already balds. We are looking for someone who has a bright personality, and is enthusiastic and reliable and well presented. 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:tl II ROOMS FOR RENT c II Studio Apartment For Rent Water, Electric And Cable Included 1 Month Rent Plus Deposit Call (813) 236-2395 8431 North 39th Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Down Stairs Apartment Ceramic Tile, $600.00/Monthly $350.00/Deposit (813) 299-3838 2 Bedroom Apartments As Low As $550.00/Monthly No Application Fee* Utilities Included Sec 8 Welcomed CallY & V (813) 2594663 Move In Special First Month Free With Security 2/1. Bath Only $545.00 Free Water & Garbage No Credit Check On site Laundry 12301 N. 11th Street 813-971-0341 Move In Special No Credit Near Busch Gardens Large 2nd Floor 2 Bedroom/1 Bath WDH, WSG Included ; $650.00 $6.95.00 $300.00/Security I .. Section 8 Welcome 813-417-9575 Section 8 Tenants 0 Security Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat/Air Washer/Dryer Hook-up Near Everything Call (813) II DUPLEXES II Beautiful 3 Bedroom 1 Y2 Bath Duplex Move In Ready CHA, WDH, Carpet Fenced Yard Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 495-5865 3618 East MLK Blvd. Small 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex CHA, Fenced $650.00/Rent $400.00/Deposit Call (813) 735-6013 191 0 W. Chestnut Street Newly Renovated 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Available Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 215-7287 Or (305) 498-2266 Private Nestled On Wooded Acre 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Only Qne Left Responsible Section 8 Welcomed Call (813) 245-7009 Today BLICATION DEADLINES 1 :uesc1av Edition Thursday@ 12:00 'P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE -$8.00 1-20 Words And 50e For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Tir,1e You Publish Your Ad 1750 East Mulberry Drive Section 8 Accepted 2/1 Duplex (2 Units) WDH, Well Maintained Available Now! Phone (813) 205-0656 1709 East I dell Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex $850.00/Monthly $400.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 335-0076 Or (813) 885-5226 West Tampa Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Utility Room, WDH Near Busline And Downtown $675.00/Monthly Call (813) 223-5214 Or (813) 363-6444 Section 8 Only 0 Deposit 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplexes Accepting 2, And 3 Bedroom Vouchers CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 North Aster Avenue Well Kept 3 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Duplex Carpeted, Fenced Yard Reserved Parking $50.00 Gift Card With Signed Lease Available Immediately Call (813) 495-5865 1 001 0 Hyacinth Apartment #A (Off Linebaugh) 2 Bedroom Duplex WDH, CHA, Tile Flooring $700.00/Monthly $350.00/Security Paid Water & Sanitation Section 8 Yes (813) 986-3205 (813) 310-8598 Tampa Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Spacious Duplex Newly Renovated Section 8 Ok Utilities Included Call (813) 477-7734 Section 8 Duplex Quiet 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Washer/Dryer Fenced Yard 1919 E 137th Ave $650.00/Monthly Call (813) 956-5607 $99.00 Move-In Special 191 0 Chestnut Street West Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Remodeled Duplex $675.00 Per Month Call (813) 498-2266 Or (813) 468-5286 Furnished Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat $100.00 Per Week No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 -Room For Rent Jackson Heights Area Central Heat And Air Kitchen And Washer/Dryer Access $115.00/Weekly Call (813) 237-8485 8511' N. Seminole Ave. 3634 N. Bay Must See!! Nice Room For Rent All Utilities And Cable Included Call (813) 217-2462 East Osborne. Ave. Area Ideal For Fixed Income Furnished, Clean, Private Utilities, A/C, WID Security System $125.00,/Weekly Call (813) 238-45('3 Hyde Park Near Downtown And Bus Line #30 Air Conditioned, Cable Kitchen Free TV $1 00.00/Weekly Cell (813) 293-4883 Clean Rooms lnYbor City Includes All Utilities And Cable From $100.00/Weekly Or $400.00/Monthly $1 00.00/Deposit Call 813-245-1998 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$1 00.00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 476-8748 Room For Rent Central @ 1-275 A/C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds, Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $85.00 $100.00 And Up Weekly (813) 598-4262 Boarding House Rooms For Rent As Low As $400.00 A Month All Utilities Included Call V & V Now (813) 2594663 www.myfinancialconnections com Ybor _City Area Fully Furnished Room For Rent With Refrigerator $85.00 Per Week + $85.00 DE;lposit Call Bobby@ (813) 545-9307 Room For Ybor Area A/C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Ceiling Fans $75 .00/Deposit $100.00 And Up Weekly (813) 317-9872 d llJ m :tl .c.n 1\) 0 .-0 r-0 :tl !iZ en m z -4 z m r-aJ c: r r-:z "'a c: llJ r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z -c :tl c

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0 .,... u; .,... a: w m 0 0 >-"' a: LL c a: LL c z en w ::::l t-. w > w c w :::J: en ::::i m ::::l 0.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::l m ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL m I w Ill,;; II ROOMS FOR RENT II West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$100.00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 476-8748 5619 East Chelsea Rooms For Rent $125.00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit Central Heat And Air Carpet, Free Cable Call (813) 361-6227 Belmont Heights Vbor City Area Room For Rent Private Bath And Kitchen With Refrigerator And Stove $125.00/Weekly Must Be Employed Call (813) 516-0447 Special Value Near Downtown For Any Size Room $1 00.00/Weekly Or $400.00/1 st Month Limited Time Special Near Busline 30 Must Be Employed (813) 384-0387 Large 125.00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit Small Room $115.00/Weekly $115.00/Deposit Older adults Preferred Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benefits No Drugs Or Kids Allowed 813-431-1310 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnistied, CHA WID, Cable All Utilities Paid Next ,To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborh ood $120.00/Weekly Private Entrance (813) 478-1286 II ROOMMATE II Roommate Master Bedroom Private Refrigerator Internet, Phone Service Cable, No Deposit No Felonies Freshly Painted Room Walk-In Closet 2 Weeks Free $125 00/Weely Immediate Move-In (813) 944-21 01 II EFFICIENCY II Starting Out Or Starting Over? Mature Christian Living PreferrE:)d. Fully Furnishe d Townhouse Style Efficiency Private Entrance, A/C, Laundry Facility Cable TV/Internet Utilities Included Must See To Appreciate!! Call (813) 238-4573 I I African American Labor Law Attorney Compensation *Employment Discrimination *Labor Union Grievances Call Attorney Roderick 0. Ford (813) 223-1200 Tom's Mobile Auto Repair Check Engine Light On? Call (813) 368-5037 All Makes And Models 48 Years Experience Reasonable Prices tja813@live.com CONTACT LAVORA @ {813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ------------------Beds Twin $60. 00 Full $65.00 Queen $ 75.00 King $ 110.00 & Up Bunk Beds $150 00 Call (813) 31 0-0991 IBUAGULAAI BARS Doors, Windows, Rails, A/C Cages, Gates General Welding & Repairs We Pick Up Scrap Metal For More Information Call Carl (813) 495-3172 Work From Home No Selling, No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 CARPET CLEANING Affordable Carpet Cleaning II II Veiga Cleaning Services 4202 Richmere Street Tampa, Fl 33617 Reasonable Rates For Residential And Commercial Properties Phone (813)40.1-1213 Gloria Gass Director of Operations And Owner Gloriagss@gmail.com COMPUTERS II Viruses, Spyware? Slow Computer? I Can Help! Call (813) 786-0876 Top Notch Computer Service Has Moved To 3428 W : Cypress. Street Call For Directions (813)241-9050 Or (813) 695-7813 Thanks For Your Continued P-tronage Tony Technician oNA. II DNA Testing paternity Test We Come To You! Results In 3 Days Legal Or Personal-Testing Payment Plans 24-Hour Service Monday Saturday Any Three Rooms Deep Scrub ']"estlrig Services (813) 928-2753 $55.00 Flat Rate Dlmservlces91 @yahoo.com Now Servicing Nationwide ASAP (813) 484-6757 For Your Con.venience 'r' The. Florida Sentioel Accep.Js. ,_ .... ':0:-101 ,, --; _. ... v1sa. IM&St&..Card . American Express And, D-eb.t. Car-.s -. . VIa . ... :

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II DNA II IIHEALTH CAREII II JUNK CARS II DNA Paternity Testing CNA/Caregiver We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks Legal Or Personal Patient Care Assistance Testing Available Companion CALL J.R. Results In Just 3 DAYS 1 0 Years Experience (813) 966-3501 t)Jo Collection Call 1-800-771-1849 Fees In Tampa Junk Cars NO BLOOD! Payment Options Available We Buy Junk Cars II II Trucks And Vans http :// dnatestingsolutions com INSURANCE Call (813) 784-8339 DNA Testing Solutions 11972 N. Florida Avenue Insurance Plus (813) 915-0000 II II LAWN Need A Break SERVICE I ELECTRICAL II On Insurance? Renew Tag Or Sticker For $58.99 "We Do Best For Less" We Also Offer MAC DADDY Residential And SR22 And FR44 Lawn Se r vice And Commercial Complete Title Serv i ce Electrical Service Complete Clean-Up (813) 988-2857 We Haul: Debris Limbs Breaker Panels And Furniture And Receptacles Phone (813) 245-9761 Lights II II Service Upgrades JUNK CARS Tree Trimming And Call Rufus Lawn Care Electric Contracting We Pay More : (813) 348-6148 Dis co unts For Lie #ER13013733 We Buy Junk Cars Churches/Seniors $300.00 -$1 000.00 Garage, Parking Lot 24n -Free Towing And Apartment I II HANDYMAN (813) 445-0081 Clean-up Available Call 813-447-7674 I Buy Cars Or 813-526-6142 DJ's Home Repair In Any Condition Prefect Not So Perfect II II Expert In Roofing And Tile Repairs Title No Tile Drywall, Driveways No Problem Any Shape !! Home Additions And More Tqp $$$ Non-Attorney (813) 418-9655 Call (813) 458-0584 (813) 61 0 8930 All Family Issues Civil Issues "Small" Does It All! Handyman Services We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ Court Fees Up to $1 ,500.00 Quiok Deeds Specializes: Plumbing Possibly Waived Electr i cal Painting House For Junk Cars Trucks Same Day Service Yards Mowed, etc. Vans And Motorcycles Mobile For More Information Running Or Not Cheapest In Town Call Clint Small We Pick Up Any (813) 415-2114 (813) 735-3255 Junk Metal/Appliances For FREE! -7 Days A Week II II HAULING II PLUMBING (813) 695-2438 II Plumbing Services -All Junk Removal Installation, Repairs, Furniture, Tree Debris liB I Upgrade Tubs Sinks Etc. Construction, Garbage Custom Plumbing Or Anything Else Sewe r Repairs No Job Too Big Or Small CONTACT LAVORA Reasonably P riced Fast And Reasonable @ (813) 248-1921 Free Estimates FOR DETAILS ON PLACING (813) 285-4674 YOUR ADVERTISEMENT Call Hank (813) 325-2147 II PLUMBING II II REPAIRS II Gil Robinson Plumbing S & H Painting Installation Of Kitchen Sink & Contracting And Cabinets Complete Home Repairs Experienced Staff We Specialize In Licensed Electricians General Plumbing Carpenters Roofing Phone.(813) 872-0927 See Jobs Or (813) 404-97 78 www.shpaintingcontracting com Harvey (813) 412-9318 Insured/Lie# 199701 I I PROPERTY WANTED II II SALONS WANTED!!! -Any Property Ms. D's World Of Beauty Any Condition No Equity? No Problem Is Looking For Licensed Barbers Call Now(813) 269-4656 For New Barber Shop www.callmemoses.com Call (813) 7 48-0952 II REFINANCING II Micros Short Hair $65 Micros Long Hair $85 Kinky Twists $65 Refinance Your Mortgage Box Plaits $40 Even If You Have Weaves $45 Bad Credit Call For Appointment Call (813) 480-9958 (813) 567-1429 For Oetailed Information Ms. D s World Of Beauty II II 3720 1f2 Dr. MLK Blvd. REPAIRS Back To School Specials Relaxer School Age ACM Children $35 00 Home Repair Services Twist With Ponytail $35.00 Painting Carpentry, Roofing Plumbing & More (813) 247-4368 Call Ed (8 13) 531-0499 Natural Roots Hair Salon For An Estimate (813) 770-7039 Lie #230203 (813) 977-2723 Woodard Brothers Back To School Specials Residential Remodeling M i cros $130.00 Carpentry, Room Additions Kinky Twist $100.00 Sew-In We ave $ 80.00 Roofing Drywall Plumbing Ceram i c Tile Barbe r Cuts $5 00 & Up Sidewalks Patios & Hauling Wash-N-Set $25.00 Relaxer $50 .90 Call Eli (813) 325-4643 Barber, Stylist And Lie #022650 Braider Needed \ SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS ., c 0 0 d OJ m JJ ...... !.11 1\) 0 ...... 0 ., r 0 JJ en m z ::::! z m r OJ c:: r r m ::::! z ., c:: OJ r en :I: m c m < m -t c:: m en c )> z c 'T1 JJ c I

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0 ,.. 0 N u; i II (.) 0 >' a: LL c a: LL c z ..... Michelle (813) 300-0404 Servicing Brandon, Valrico And Seffner $45.00 $45.00 $100.00 $100.00 $15.00 Specials Relaxer Up Do Sew-Ins Micros Eye lases Other Services Available Mattie's Natural Hair Hot Comb $25.00 Dreads $30.00 Goddess Braids $5 00 Each Bob Plaits $100.00 Bond-In $5.00 Per Row Sew-In $50 00 Wraps $20.00 (239) 810-5894 Salon Special (813) 965-0485 > '' a: .. Relaxer, Deep Conditioner W > w c w :::z::: en ::J m :J ll. z tu ..J ..J :J m And Trim -Regular Quick Weave $45.00 : lnv.isible Part Quick Weave : (Natural Looking)-$50.00 -,._Full Weave Sew-In : .cut. N-Style Included $85.00 Walk-Ins Welcome ..J' w z i= z w en i!i a: 0 ..J LL Braids By Serina (813) 863-2868 Close Together Braids $50.00 Braids With Bun $35.00 Sew-Ins $50.00 Fishbone With Bun $45.00 Bobs $60.00 Skilled Licensed Professional II I Will Buy Any Honda, Toyota, Nissan, Acua, Lexus, lnf i nit, VW, BMW, Mercedes Any Car I Pay Top$$$ (813) 458-0584 (813) 610-8930 SELL YOUR HOME Cash In 3 Days For Your House Call Today!!! 1-888-443-DAYS 1-888-443-3297 I Buy Houses Anywhere !!! Even In The Hood Will Close Quickly Call Jeff Today @ (813) 325-2813 If You Are Behind In Property Taxes Can't Afford To Maintain_ Your Property We Will Buy Or Sell Your Short Sales Specialist (813) 480-9958 We Take Over Mortgage Payments! We Take Over Property Taxes! We Will Buy Your House! Behind In Property Taxes? We Can Help! We Assist With 1st Time Home Buyers! (813) 480-9958 GET NOTICED ... ill I Place Your Ad -In The Business Directory @ {813) Fax To: {813)'248 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com II SERVICES II Does Your Church Small Business Or Home Business Need A Boost? Websites Starting @ $199.99 Employee Badges Starting @ $15 00 Each Jingles For Your Radio!TV Advertising DVD's And CD Recordings For Advertising www.covenantwebsite.com (813) 406-6485 II SPIRITUALIST II Joanne Smith Helps All Problems Removes Bad Luck Evil, Reunites Lovers Lucky Numbers By Phone 1-888-839-9888 1-512-586-3696 MOTHER GRIFFIN Offers Special Prayers And Gives Luck! Don't be discouraged if others have failed. I can help you overcome bad luck, evil influences, spells unatural conditions surrounding you. Has your loved one changed? Are you in d i stress? Whatever the problem, I can help in one visit. Satisfcation! CALL ME TODAY! 813-677-2971 4927 Street-Sister Grace 1907 East Fletcher Palm, Card Reader Spiritual Cleansing Removes Bad Luck Evil Spells Restores Lost Nature Advise On Love/Marriage Health And Business Special Readings $5.00 Phone (813) 506-9239 II SPIRITUALIST II Prophetess Annie Mae To Remove, Put Back And Etc., Spiritual Counseling God Is The Key Answer To All Things Call (813) 785-1996 Prayer Also Reverend Emma Is Offering PHysic Halloween Parties At Your House Or Mine For 5 Or More People Call (813) 677-6314 (813) 843-8961 To Schedule II TELEPHONE II FREE 30 DAY$ HOME PHONE II-II TRAINING Mildred McKenzie, LPN CPR Instructor (813) 410-2550 Trained Anc;t Certified By The American Red Cross "I Will come To Your Facility" *Class Size 10 Person Minimum WELL DRILLING Dave's Well And Pump Service Also Tree And Limb Removal Call (813) 986-0125 (813) 403-4256 (Cell) Ask For Dave II Get Collect C alls On Your Cell .Phone From County Jail $2 25 Per Call I WORD I PROCESSING II 813-546-2692 813-222-0195 TOWING ABLE TOWING Roll Back Service Tows As Low As $35 00 FREE!!! II Angel Ferguson's . Word Processing We Specialize In Teols To Enhance Your Busin ess Business Cards, Brochures Business Forms Etc www.angellergusonwprdprocessing .com (813) 230-7134 AbandonedVehicle Removal iD-Call Morris At (813) 442-2150 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1 921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT BLICATION DEA-DLI-NES 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -@ 12:00 P.M.-CLASSIFIED, ADVERTISEMENT. RATE $8.00 -20 Words And For Each Additional Word This Price Is Each Thne YouPublish Your Ad ..

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Communitv Turns Out For 'Get Out The Vote' Rallv Event At Park On Sunday, October 3rd, members of the community gathered at the Alfred "Al" Barnes Park (formerly 18th Avenue Park) for a "Get Out The Vote" Rally : More than 1,200 people visited the park during the four-hour event. The theme was "United We Stand." The event was hosted by members of the Citizens Committee and sponsored by elected officials, politicians, business own ers, grassroots people, the fire department, the police depart ment and the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department. (Photography by BRUNSON). State Senator Arthenia Joyner, left, is shown with Ms. Marion Cole at the rally. Alvin Holder, left, is shown with Citizens Committee member Adrian White. Citizens Committee. members Leon Gallon and Gregory Reynolds attended the event. Ms. Annie Jackson and her daughter, Ms. Candy Jackson, at the event in the park on Sunday. Ms. Candy Lowe, left, is shown with City Councilwoman Gwen Miller .. Tammy and Erica attended the rally in the park on Sunday afternoon. Ms. Yvette Boatwright and Cregory Boatwright attended the event in the park. Hillsborough County Attorney Renee Lee and her husband, Frank, attended the "Get Out The Vote" Rally in the park. Hillsborough County School Board member Doretha Edgecomb is shown with Ms. Paulette Brown at the rally in the park. Kisha, Eriana, and Charles attended the rally in the park. CURTIS REED RENE AND WINSTON Among those attending the event were Ms. Claudia Wingo, Don Lee, Ms. Pat Wirtgo and Reggie Tolbert. Ms. Spirenda Sanders, Ms. Pollynesia McMillian and Ms. Shannon Legrand attended the rally. Steve Stephenson, Dr. Gwen Stephenson, and Ernest Coney, Jr., were among those attending the "Get Out The Vote" Rally. Oscar Butler, Patrick Fonvard, Reggie Smith, Ms. Sharon Thompson, and Milton Jenkins attended the rally in the park;

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0 Local Lt) ,... a: w Ill 0 1-0 0 Aipha Kappa Alpha Sororitv >"' icC c To launch National Asthma Management Program In Tampa a: LL Over 14,000 children in Hillsborough County to benefit from public education campaign. CHI CAGO, IL-Alph a K a pp a Alph a Sorority will emb a rk on a multi-yea r camp a ign to e du cat e and enlighten the c om muni ty about how to man a g e asthm a through its Asthm a Prevention and Management Initiati v e The program will be introduced in Tampa on Octo ber 20 at Chillura Park, 602 E. Kennedy Blvd., as part of the celebration 'of National Head Start Awareness Month. The event takes place from 11 A. M. to 2 P.M. A formal program gets underway at noon. It is the first in a series of launches that will be held in C markets nationwide. a: This campaign is being carLL ried out in partnership with the Eunice Kennedy Shriver c( National Institute of Child Health and Human Develope ment (NICHD), a program ffi under the National Institutes ::::) of Health. According to Alpha 1-Kappa Alpha s newly-installed president Attorney Carolyn W House Stewart, asthma is a {ij leading reason children are C hospitalized, miss school and prevented from playing in (J) sports. :::::i Most significantly, asthma disproportionately affects miD.. nority children, a population Z most vulnerable to the ravages t:i of the disease because of few ...J outlets where parents can be ...J ::::) infqrmed about the disease Ill ...J w z i= z w (J) ATIY. CAROLYN HOUSE STEWART and how to manage it. This is the demographic AKA will focus on in this campaign The ultimate goal is to im prove the qu ality of life of the nine million children nation wide who are afflicted b y asthma. This includes the over 14,000 children in Hillsbor ough County who suffer from this lung disease, which is reaching epidemic levels Through AKA' s ASthma Prevention and Management Initiative members in ac cordance with its collaboration with the NICHD and the Na tional Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) Alpha Kappa Alpha will raise aware ness among parents and child hood educators about the treatment of childhood asthma through educational activities, informational fo rums, health fairs and screen ings. According to President Stewart, the Sorority selected the occasion of the celebration ofNational Head Start Aware ness Month to launch the cam paign because the population Head Start serves includes many who are afflicted with asthma Th e e ffort will b e s pe a r headed b y the Sororit y's Pr o gram Committ ee, whi c h is headed b y Attorney Sharon Bridges of J acks on, Missi s sippi. Membe r Manitia Moultrie i s the local r e pre sentati v e to the Progr a m Com mittee. Evelyn-McFadden is the Head Start representati v e for the County. Dr. Diane L. Adams, MD, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha is the proj ect coordinator. During the kickoff on October 20, which President Stewart will attend, members of the Sorority from the Tampa-area chapters will pass out informational brochures from the. NICHD/NAHLBI, make personal appeals to par ents and engage participants in dialogue about how to man age the disease. After the kick off, members will continue to provide preventive informa tion to the Tampa area through a variety of outreach activities. Attorney Carolyn House Stewart is the 28th Interna tional President and will serve from 2010 2014 The Tampa area chapters consist of 6oo members who serve the Soror ity through five graduate chap ters and two undergraduate chapters in Tampa, St. Pe tersburg Marsha Lewis Brown, of Tampa, is the South Atlantic Regional Direc tor c( c a: 0 ...J LL Head Start Awareness Month TheDreamLiveson-45YearsofHeadStart Join the Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start Program in Celebrating October as Head Start Awareness Month. _-Bead Start. Start 45th Aiudversary Family Reunion Wednesday, .Oct. 20 at 11 a.m. S.-tur:day, Oct. 23 at lO. a.m. f, Cfiillura Couhhous e Square'. ,. Rowlett Hills r>r: .::-. ': .. -in Tami:ui : : : . ,.shelter #2,i8 in ' ,. '> _< ,' I;, / '"7' I > < 1 '< ..., < : 4 "'> ,>;.' C,urreht and .fol1llel) Start families "' and ,> ,:-1 ,,.; .. Houses roo ''('.i''1--"' ,.. ,, ''\ face Painting, :: ., ed,ucation 8nq parentin g :atJ.d families worksh ops. f, .: t< ... J';/ ' ""' For 45 years, Hillsborough County Head Start has helped prepare more than 70,000 income-eligible children for kindergarten. As one of the largest grantees for Head Start in the southeastern United States, 0 the program serves more than 3,500 children and families in Hillsborough County every year. For more N information, contact Laura Rice (813) 272-514() ext. 3106. W HILUBOROUGH COUNTY e, Voter Purging Concerns . Candidate For Countv Commission BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Dwight Bolden is a wri te-in candid a t e for the District 3 County Commission se a t. He h a s had s e v e ral meeting s with city and county officials over the past few w e eks voicing his concern on a variety of topics Of most vital concern for Bolden is the recent purging of thousands of people who are not eligible to vote. "Every time I see this list pub lished, it always contains more African Americans than any other race. I also want to know why the list is published so close to the elections?" Bolden said if people are given more time to straighten out their voting status ,' the list would shrink signifiCantly "I'm aware of the process the Supervisor of Elections Office uses, but t think it can be i m proved It doesn't make sense to me that so many people are being purged." Bolden said although he feels his chances of beating Leslie "Les" Miller for the D-3 seat are good, he'd feel better if more people were able to vote. I know there's something that can be done to make sure MAKE SURE YOU DWIGHT BOLDEN this list doesn't grow and' that the people on it have been con firmed as being ineligible. I think a lot of them have voter registration cards and can ac tually vote, but for sonre reason their names appear o n this list." A better reviewing uation process needs t o lie put in place before this list is pub lished I think more emphasis needs to be placed on finding out why these people <;:an't vote, and doing whatever it takes to correct that. said he has another meeting planned with Supervi sor of Elections, Dr. Earl Lennard, and he hopes the outcome of the meeting Will be positive for the voters. OTE ON NOVEMBER 2ND The Ladies Of Creations Come Join Us For A Wonderful Afternoon Ailed With .:-vvns Praise, Music, Dance, A Delicious Buffet And Fellowship. All Guests Are Asked To Please Bring A New Unwrapped Toy For The Toy Chest (PieeM Be Sire 1b Include a.tt.riM H Nee-N For Tickets Contact Ursula: (813) 34Q-5454 Doris: (813) 952-3370 Deborah: (813) 967-3764 Dottl: (571) 330-6424 Tickets Available Now Reserve Your Table

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c Ministers Join Citizens Comminee To Participate In 'Get Out The Vote' Dav 0 (') d OJ m U1 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week more than 30 ministers representing sever al denominations gathered at a luncheon. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss methods to encourage citizens to participate in the upcoming election. Citizens Committee SubCommittee Chairpersons State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, and Rev. Willie Dixon, invited cler gymen to attend the meeting. Rev. Michael K. Bouie, Pastor of Allen Temple AME Church, hosted the meeting. Senator Joyner provided an overview of the meeting while Ms. Bernadine White King and Ms. Dee Merritt Bell discussed early voting and absentee ballots. "The meeting was called to stress the importance of par ticipating in the democratic process by voting and being educated on the issues. We discussed voter education, early voting, absentee ballots, and the issues on the ballot," Senator Joyner said. * The ministers attending the meeting agreed to designate Saturday, October 23rd, as Early Voting Day. On this day, the ministers will encourage members of their congregations to go to the polls and cast their ballots. Many of the churches will provide transportation for their members if needed On November 2nd, the day of the General Election Day, many of the churches will provide rides to the polls and provide information on the Constitutional Amendments as well as other issues on the ballot. Rev. Bart Banks, Senior Pastor of St. John Progressive M. B. Church said, "We are trying to recapture the excitement of the 2008 Election, recognizing that President (Barack) Obama has a challenging task before him." "The attacks being focused on him draws attention away from critical issues facing our communities that will affect us for many years to come." "During this mid-term elec tion, we need to elect people who share the President's * * REV. BART BANKS St: John PMB Church vision of improving the lives of all citizens, help him to fin ish what he has started and who will concentrate on local issues." Elder Charles Davis, Senior Pastor of College Hill Church Of God In Christ said, "I think it was a good meeting and a needed meeting to inform the pastors with infor mation to take back to their churches." "We need to stress the importance of voting and taking part in this election because there are a lot of things at stake. Many of the candidates who are running are not talking about the issues; they are running against President Barack Obama. Their messages are injurious to the country * * and really prejudicial. Bishop James Howell, Senior Pastor of Cathedral of Faith Fellowship Church, said he felt the. meeting was very informative and very needed ... and he hopes there will be more meetings of this nature in the future. "During this crucial time in our state and our community, it is vitally important that we, as citizens of the Tampa Bay area, (and the State of Florida), are well informed so that we can make our voices heard during the upcoming election," he said. The meeting concluded with a call to action by CoChairman, Rev. Bart Banks, Pastor of St. John Progressi:ve Missionary Baptist Church, urging all of those in attendance, as well as other African American clergy to encourage members of the community to join in the Early Voting Day effort. Other ministers in attendance were: Rev. Walter Williams, New Mt Zion MB Church; Dr. W. James Favorite, Beulah IB Church; Rev. Zachary Hudson, Re-Birtf! MB Church; Rev. * Dr. Vincent Taylor; Rev. Thomas Scott, 34th Street c; Church of God; Rev. Patricia Mosley; Rev. Joe and Joyce Johnson, Trinity CME Church; and Rev. Charles Cloy, Greater Mt. Carmel AME Church. Rev. James Bivens; Rev. Willie Lassiter, St: Luke AME Church; Rev. Willie J. Williams; Mt. Moriah PB Church; Rev. Timothy Kemp, Peace PPB Church; Presiding Elder Henry Green, 11th Episcopal District of AME Church; Rev. Johnny Miller, Friendship MB Church; Rev. James Sykes, Sr.; and Pastor Moses Brown, Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church were in attendance. Other attendees included Rev. Dwayne Gaddis; Rev. AI Gallmon, Peace MB Church; Rev. Michael Price, St. James AME Church; Rev. Esther Eva, Pleasant Chapel AME Church; Rev. Prentiss Davis; and Rev. Jerry Nealy, among others. * r-0 g en m z -f z m r-OJ c: rr. m -f z ., c: OJ r-RESPECTED _AND TRUSTED NAME, RECOGNIZED LEADERSHIP, AND P ROVEN INTEGRITY Cii ::t m c m < m -f c: m en c Lesley Les" Miller C&ndldate for Hillsborough County Commissioner District 3, Democrat Political advertisement paid for and approved by Lesley "Les" Miller, candldatB for Hillsborough County Commissioner, District 3, Democrat. )> . c :2 c C) m w I 0

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, 1.1) ,... a: w m 0 .... u 0 > < c a: u. c a: u. c z <( c en w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w ::I: en :J m ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. We have to change the perception, by action! The Black community in Hillsborough County must hold ALL politicians accountable for their actions. No politician should be of the mindset that they can do what they want to us, without consequence. The numbers from past elections show that our community does not vote in large numbers when we are not elect ing a president. But this has to change, and it has to change NOW! How? Go to the polls and vote. Vote early, vote by absentee ballot, JUST DO IT! We saw how our ONE vote changed HISTORY. So, let's do it AGAIN, and AGAIN. We cannot stop at the election of President Obama. Look around your neighborhoods, if you like what you see, then stay home ... but if you don't, then be a u.s. Senate part of the process of CHANGE. This election cycle, every major office that directly affects your life will be elected: U.S. Senate; U.S. Representative; Governor; Atty. General for State of Florida; State Senate and State Representative; County Commissioners and School Board. There are also several amendments on the ballot as well. This is major, my brothers and sisters. These people control budgets, and make decisions in Washington, Tallahassee and Hillsborough County ... they represent you! We cannot allow anyone to mistreat or try to fool us ever again. The Tea Party movement is real These people are mobilizing, and will be out voting for candidates that promote a conservative race-baiting agenda and who bash any policy that has the potential Our U. S. Representative had a lot offolksjocking on the Republican side. However her opponent, Mike Prendergast emerged in the end. Backed by big dollars1 Prendergast, is a staunch Republican that hopes to take us back to the days of old (pre-Pres. Please do not believe it. Kendrick Meek CAN beat Charlie Crist if YOU vote for him. Let's make history and send the first African American senator from Florida to the floor of Congress. Meek has experience, is knowledgeable and will I"epresent us well. Obama). On the other hand, Cong. Castor has proven time and time again that she can bring .. : the BACON home, and has without a doubt, been the most accessible pipeline to Washing-D. S. Rep. DiStriCt9 ton we have had in a longtime. She deserves Anita De Palma has run before and is trying her hand at it again. If you have doubts, just know that the more Democrats you send to Congress, the better off this country will be. your vote. U. S. Rep. District 12 to move our communities forward. They will only grow stronger if we sit passively by and let it happen. Wake up people!. The only way that we can show them that we stand up for ourselves and will not allow them to shun our communities, mistreat our children; not hire us; and overall, improve our lives, is if we go to the voting box and be counted. The body of 1, becomes the body of woos, if all of us who are registered .... go out and vote. Voting is power! The November 2nd election is more important than the Presidential election. The g-member Sentinel Editorial Board interviewed many of the candidates. These are our recommendations: District16 NINA HAYDEN Michael Steinberg is an attorney and a Democrat. He will represent his district and get things done. State Rep. District 55 Although he has been at the center of some controversial votes, Darryl Ronson is flipping things inside out to get it done. During his intervielf he made no apologies for his actions. We support him, and expect him to do what is right at all times. State Rep. Qistrict56 DAVID CHAlELA State Rep. District 57 STACYFRANI Alex Sink has always been a friend of our community. As a former Bank president in Tampa, she hired many Blacks to key positions during her tenure. After becoming the CFO of Florida, she was the only Democrat in the Cabinet, but managed' to bring major, positive changes to her office. No doubt she will do the same thing as Governor. Loranne Ausley has managed big budgets before. She is also the founder of Healthy Kids, a program that has promoted health care for children throughout the state. We need a person that has her head on the numbers and her heart with the people. All we know about her is that she is Pat Frank's When you meet Dan Gelber, you instantly know that he will bring about' positive change to one of the most powerful offices in the State cabinet. Gelber has the background and experience. needed to right some of the wrongs imposed by former AGs. Although. we supported DAN GELBER Pam Bondi during the pri-mary, the fact that she is okay with the backing of extremist Sarah Palin and stood proudly with the present Atty. General, Bill McCollum to support the lawsuit filed to overturn President Obama's Healthcare Bill is troubling. While we like Bondi personally, we fear that she will hurt our community more than help it. On the other hand, folks in this community who have spoken to Gelber; state legislators who have worked with him, and people who know him, all feel he is a good man, and would make a good Atty. General. Commissioner Of Agriculture SCOTT MADDOX You either love Jim Norman on issues or you hate him. Norman has held a County Commission seat for numerous years and has been no middle roader. He is strong about what he believes in, and he stands on it. You know where he is coming from and that's all JIM you can ask. Transitioning NORMAN to the State Senate will be a good fit for him. Let's hope he gets beyond the lawsuit and bad press to do what is best for the people he will serve. daughter. State iistrict58 Janet Cru7i wqn by a smailmargin to fill this seat when Mike Sconti went to work at the Cruz has teamed up with Betty Reed on sf!veral issues and has been a She .represents 2 norities in the Legislature, she is panic and female. This combination gives her a good perspective on issues that concern us an. : State Rep. District&O RUSS PATTERSON State Rep. District&1 ElENA MCCillOUGH State Rep. District67 Z.liiAFUZ

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countv Commission District1 Former City Councilman John Dingfe!der is running for one of the 3 at-large seats, and will represent everyone in the county. Dingfelder is open-minded about issues that affect our community. He was put to the task about several issues by our Board, but was concerned about how to get it right. This is what we need. He will make a good transition. Victor Crist will bring a lot to the County Commission. A former State Representative, Crist championed bills, and had millions of state dollars earmarked for his district. A philosophy he lives by is "he uses politics to feed his comniunity service." A friend of many on both sides of the table, we feel Crist will do what's best for the whole community. Countv Commission District a lES.MillER Les Miller is the only choice in this race. Well liked, articulate and seasoned, Les has already proven on the State level, in both the Representative and Senate capacity that he can get things done. We will now get the chance on the homefront to see Miller in action, and we .look forward it. The Races for Governor ancl U.S. Senate Florida voters have key decisions to make in the races [or Governor and U .S. Seriate Read coverage in this newspaper and tune-in to the statewide to learn more about the candidates and where they stand on. th e issues that matter the most to yo u. For more information and to submit questions to the candidates visit www. beforeyoo.vote.org General Election Debates --TUes., Oct.l9, 2010 7:00-8:00 pm ET Broadcast live from Nova Southeastern University Wed., Oct. 20, 2010 7 :00-8:00pm BI' Broadcast live from Nova Southeastern University For a list of stations airing the live debates visit www.beforeyouvote.org. -A Phi IC --..... --Countv Commission District5 KEN HAGAN County Commission chair, J % Ken Hagan has made many key decisions to help our commun!ty many of us are still reehng about the 0 f incident concerning County ; Attorney Renee Lee, the main 5f t thing you should know is that Chairman Hagan met with key community leaders to : i help right the 'Wrong, leading } Lee to return to her job. On the other hand, Linda Saul1 Sena, a career politician, and : Democrat, has been on the opposite side of many issues :; 1 that affected the Black com-. munity as a member of City ": Council. Some of the issues that came up during her interview were her 'Yes' vote for the ex-j '. pansion of Joe Redner's busi-:l L ness near the Lincoln Garden ;,; and Carver City communities. <" ; She was also FOR putting a \ garbage dump in our commu-'-.' nity; and left the Council . i Chamber when the issue of ;;, closing Gene's Bar was pre-.! 11 sented. She also stormed out '' of her interview with our Y Very seldom do we pick a Republican over a strong De-1 mocrat, but we feel thlt t we '' can't support someone who has never supported our community . Amendments RICHARD BARnLS Richard Bartels realizes that education cannot take < place in a disruptive environ. ment. Our Board liked him because he supports the idea t of constructing the first voca::;; tionalftechnical high school 1 that offers the best of both \I worlds: vocational or techni' cal training and traditional education cUrriculum with all the perks (sports, clubs, etc.). -Bartels has worked ,% within the system for 36 ' rears in several capacities, :' mcluding serving as a high ) school principal. He has the ability to understand how decisions made by the School Board affect those who .must enforce them. APRIL GRIFFIN April Griffin has been a friend of our community since her first stint on the School Board. She realizes that all graduates don't attend college, but do need additional training to beconie gainfully employed. She is alsosupportiveofvocational ttainng and has been an advocate for change, as opposed .to continuing with more of the same. She also feels that early screening will allow parents and school administrators the opportunity to make the best decisions for children with disabilities. Justice of Supreme Court Justice Charles T. Canady Yes Yes Yes Justice Jorge Labarga Justice James E. C. Perry Justice Ricky Polston District Court of Appeal Judge Marva Crenshaw Judge Patricia Kell y Judge Nelly N Khou zam Judge Robert Morris Judge Steven Northcutt Judge Craig Villanti Judge Douglas Wallace Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes tricting We are following th e State and local NAACP's lead on No.1 NO this one. This will make redistricting fairer. Repeal of public campaign financing requirement No.6 -YES No.2 YES Standards for legislature to follow in congressional re-districting. Same reason as Nq. 5 ...... 9' 1\) 0 ...... 0 "'T'' r 0 :!:! c :J> (,/) m z ::::! z m r m c r r m ::::! z "'tt c m c (,/) :I: m c m < m :::tl < c m Homestead ad va lorem tax credit for deployed military personnel H.elps our men and women in the military No.8 NO. en Revision of the clas:s size requirements for publlc C No.4 NO Refrenda required for adoption and amendment of local government comprehensive land u se plans No.5 YES Standards for legislature to follow in l egis lati ve redis-No matter what you're being told .. .'smaller class sizes work for our children. School administrators need to :J> stop complaining and do the will of the people. It' s un-fortunate that members of our School Board support this amendment. . . :a Referendums persed, how will our comniunityfair? Nonbinding Statewide Advisory Referendum NO Balancing the Federal Budget A Nonbinding Ref erend um for an Amendment to th e U.S. Constitution We met 4 times with the Moving Hillsborough-Forward hierarchy attempting to get our coilcerns addressed . Ini tially' plans did not have train coming anywhere near any of our predominately populated areas ; or whicli bus routes would be en han ced, however after. weeks of back and forth, we did get some ofour. questions a'nswer ed .i.m' d Countywide Transportation System Construction some of what we askef].for While we are told that.HART Maintenance Operations through the Levy .of will be the managing agency, theie is a section in this refSales Surtax erendum that indicate s that a very powerful B,ocird will FOR be formed .to oversee this project and monitor the funding : This was a toug h one for our Board. While 'we support it/or.1ow; but; make :no mistake, we will be we whole-heartily support better tr-ansportation for ow monitoriryg tl!is one very c!losely. community, we were more concemed about the tax to fund it. We asked the Moving Hillsborough Forward folks to give us something in writing that would gua ran tee that the Black community would not be l eft out. We asked for apprenticeships, minority contracting guarantees, a 96 of the jobs and over-all inclusion on the economic end We also wanted to know where the e nhanced bus routes were going to be, and where the first leg of the 22 miles of light rail was going to be placed, along with the substations We eve n went to Charlotte, NC to talk to key Black folks there, to see how their system worked. What we discov ered, was what we already knew .... if the Black commu nity is not in the plan on the front end; it's the last to be included on the back e nd. We want eve ryone to be clear that this is not just about e nhanced bus service or the light rail train. But mainly about the billions of dollars that this tax is going to gen erate, and the fact that every tim e YOU buy something that is not food or m edici ne you will be pitching your 1 cent into the pot. It is about, when the billions get dis-Amends the Charter to Eliminate the Veto Powers Provision of an Elected County Mayor YES: We have no Elected County Mayor Economic Development Properly Tax Exemptions for New Businesses and Expansion of Existing Businesses YES This referendum will h elp the economy, we hope. A Proposal to Amend the Reapportionment Provision to Require an P.ublic Meeting YES This will allow the public to review any reapportionment provisions A Proposal to Amend the Hillsborough County Charter Provisions Pertaining To the Internal Performance Auditor YES How can we forget the Performance Auditor. So any change here would be a good one

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED DESIGNATION OF A Loca BRowNFIELD AREA FoR REHABILITATioN AND Ideas For The Future a: REDEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY OF PLANT CITY The City of Plant City, Florida proposes to adopt the following resolution designating a Come Out Of Roundtable Brownfield area pursuant to Chapter 376, Florida Statutes the Brownfields Redevelopment Act: Discussion ::( A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PLANT CITY, FLORIDA c DESIGNATING A BROWNFIELD AREA TO BE CALLED MIDTOWN BROWNFIELD AREA WITHIN THE CITY FOR PROPERTY GENERALLY LOCATED NORTH OF MERRICK fE STREET, EAST OF WALKER STREET SOUTH OF CSX RAILROAD AND WEST OF CANAL RUNNING NORTH AND SOUTH OF ALSOBROOK STREET TO/AND INCLUSIVE OF CSX RAILROAD, CONSISTING OF APPROXIMATELY 83.59 ACRES FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SITE REHABILITATION AND ECONOMIC REDEVELOPMENT; AND c a: I.L c z c( c U) w .... : w > w c w X: U) ::i m a.. z j::: w ..J ..J m .:.. w z j::: z w U) c( c a: 0 ..J I.L 0 I CD w PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Brownfields are real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by actual or perceived environmental contamination. The Brownfields Redevelopment Act seeks to assist interested parties with the rehabilitation of environmental contamination so that the property can be appropriately redeveloped. The City will hold an advertised community meeting in order to provide an opportunity for public input on the size of the brownfield area, the objectives for rehabilitation, job opportunities and economic developments anticipated, neighborhood residents' considerations, other relevant local concerns and any and all matters pertinent to the proposed resolution The community meeting shall be held in the Mary Noel Moody Community Room at the Bruton Memorial Library, 302 West Mclendon Street, Plant City, FL 33563, on October 26, 2010 at 6:00p.m. The City Commission will hold two advertised public hearings on the proposed resolution. At the public hearings, interested parties and citizens may appear and be heard as to any and all matters pertinent to a proposed resolution designating a Brownfield area for rehabilitation and redevelopment. The first public hearinQ shall be held at the Sadye Gibbs Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry Draughon MunicipaiBurlding (City Hall), 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, FL 33563, on Monday, November 8, 2010 at 7:30 p m or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard in order to provide an opportunity for public input on the size of the area, the objectives for rehabilitation, job opportunities and economic developments anticipated, neighborhood residents' consrderations, other relevant local concerns and any and all matters pertinent to the proposed resolution. The second public hearing will be held in the Sadye Gibbs Martin Auditorium of the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building (City Hall), 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, FL33563, on Monday, November 22, 2010 at 7:30 p m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard in order to provide an opportunity for public input on the size of the area, the objectives for rehabilitation, job opportunities and economic developments anticipated, neighborhood residents' consrderations, other relevant local concerns and any and all matters pertinent to the proposed resolution. All persons are advised that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meetrng, he will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose he may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person with a disability requiring reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this meeting should call the City Clerk at (813) 659-4200 at least 48 hours prior to the public hearing . The proposed resolution, and other copies of the city's records on this project, may be inspected by the public at the offices of the City Clerk at the Nettie Berry Draughon Municipal Building, 302 West Reynolds Street, Plant City, Florida Provided below is a geographic location map indicating the area covered by the Resolution Kerri J. Miller City Clerk Panelists for the roundtable discussion were Oeft to right): Rev. W. G. Dixon, Atty. Delano Stewart, and Connie Burton. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Saturday, October 10th, a roundtable discussion was held at the HOPE Center, 4902 North 22nd Street, on. the need for atonement. The discussion was also intended to lay the groundwork for Oc tober 17th when the HonorMjnist:eJ;" Louis Farrakhan will be speaking at the Tampa Convention Center. Guest panelists at the dis cussion were: Attorney Delano Stewart, Connie Burton, and Rev. W. G. Dixon. Brother Ali Muhammad, the Nation oflslam's Tampa Study Group Coordi nator was the host, and Brother Rasul Muhammad, the son of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, was the opening speaker. Members of the community were able to ask questions to the panel and express their concerns and ideas. Some of the ideas that came out of this roundtable discus = sion were essay to be writ ten by the youth at the HOPE t;he principles Make sure You of The Holy Day of Atone ment; a resolution for a plan of action surrounding a Black agenda tha. t would address the needs and concerns of the community; bargain collec tively when we go to the table to secure contracts for devel opment opportunities in our neighborhoods; training our children in various trades so they can do for themselves, and establish a central clear ing house so other organiza,. tions know what other organizations are doing and the community stays in formed. Everyone was encouraged to further discuss and de velop ideas by attending the Citizens Committee weekly meetings held on Wednes days at 5:30 p. m. at Tampa Park Plaza on Nebraska Avenue. On the arrival of Minister Farrakhan, Rev. Dixon said 15 years ago, more than a million came to Washington, D.C. for the Million Man March. "I'd like to see at least w,ooo come to hear Minis-; .. ter. Farrakhan's agenda j and solutions for the City of ' Tampa. OTE On November 2nd

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The Night Life Jamerican Fun Relaxing At The Blues ShiP Ocho is the Jamacian restaurant in Ybor City to have Jamerican fun. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Ybor City's Blues Ship has become a popular place to visit and relax on weekends. (Photos by Julia Jackson) "Trey." Vicki introducing the band. Tim and Cathy enjoying the atmosphere. Renegade was one of those having fun. Marco entertaining the audience. MR.'Q' "Our community has a unique opportunity to move into the same arena as other major, progressive regions. A countywide transportation system is something I support. I believe God has made this opportunity available in Tampa to help improve employment and act as a major attraction to industries. We should not forfeit this opportunity to provide hundreds of jobs immediately, improve our roads, and ultimately improve our community. I am asking that we pray and ask for God's guidance. I al7) sure that He knows best. n Elder Charles Davis Pastor of College Hill Church of God in Christ Our Community, Our Time! Making A Difference Today! Creating Jobs-Good Jobs! BE A PART OF THE CHANGE, VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2ND What you're voting for: A modern transportation system JOBS, JOBS AND MORE JOBS $800 million in road improvements What's in it for you: A new bus system and road improvements Longer service hours with 24 hour service on some routes Flex routes-curb to curb van based .service within a half mile designated routes nd St. road enhancements th St. reconstruction The Plan: Penny sales tax /o to roads and 75/o to transit Does not apply .to groceries an9 medicine -20/o paid by tourist A dedicated trust fund with citizen oversight FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: WWW.MOVINGHILLSBOROUGHFORWARD.ORG . . Pd. Pol. Adv. paid for by' Moving Hillsborough 4511 N. Himes Avenue, Suite 125 Tampa, FL 33614 z ., c llJ r u; ::::t m c m < m -4 c m tn c )> z c "11 :::0 6

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C\1 Challenges Black Male Students Face Among Topics 0 1 Conference ,... a: W Some Boo of the na t ion s urba n nu al Fal l Con f ere nce, Octo b er 20 24 a t the Marriott Wa t erside soc i ally 22nd. a uthor Hill Harper, o f the CBS S er i es CSI:NYwill b e a m o n g th e pa rti c ip ants. m school l eaders will converge t o disc u s s iss u es, cha ll enges, devel() o p ments, a n d ac hi eveme nt s w h e n 0 th e Hillsboro u g h Count y Sch oo l D i s t ric t h ost t h e Cou n cil of Grea t c C i ty Sch oo l s duri ng t h e 54 t h An -O n e o f th e m ajor c h allenges fac in g ed u cators i s the b l ack-w hit e ach i eve m ent gap. Additionally, m a ny Afr i ca n America n ma l es are s trugglin g aca d e m ically as well as T h e iss u e fac i ng B l ack ma l e s tu d e n ts i s o n e of t he m a j o r t op ics t o be disc u sse d durin g the N a t iona l Town Hall Mee t ing o n B l ack Ma l e Achi eve m ent. T h e Town Hall mee tin g will b e h e ld o n Oct ober T h e the m e i s "Education T h a t Shines." Byron Pitts, CBS News and 6o Minutes corres p ondent, Jou rnalist G wen Ifill, Journ alis t John Quinones, a nd a ct o r a nd For m ore i nformat i o n a n d com p l e t e con fere nce i nfor m a ti o n access : h ttp : 1/cgcs org/cgcs/Co nfer e nce A g e nd a2010.pdf. a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en w ;::) 1-> a:. w > w c w :I: en ::::i m ;::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ;::) m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL. () I co w (!) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hear i ng Master has scheduled a public hear i ng on November 1 0. 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information l i sted below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address, code sect i on violated, and legal description of subject property in that order The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida. Affected property owners will be g i ven the opP.ortunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call t he Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decis i on made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matte.r at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, w hich record includes the testim ony and evidence upon wh i ch the appeal is to be based. CASE # 10-04051 HUDSON, TAMMY A. 2316 W. CHESTNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-238 19-46 19-49 & 19-50 MACFARLANES REV MAP OF ADDTIONS TO WEST TAMPA W 26 FT OF LOT 4 AND E 11 FT OF LOT 5 BLOCK 3 178727 0000 CASE# 1 0-06398 OBER, CYNTHIA 2205 W. OKALOOSA AVE. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19 -231 CARROLL CIT Y LOTS 58 AND 59 98170 0010 CASE # 1 0-07364 PATEL, NITESH 801 E EMIIJIA ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 19-50 & 19 234 MARIETTA LOT 11 AND THEW 7FT OF LOT 1 0 BLOCK 2 166134.0000 CASE # 10-08934 JACKSON, WAYNE 1907 W. MAIN ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233, 19-234 19-238 1 9-46 19-49 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 23 AND W 6 FT OF LOT 24 BLOCK 17 179008.0000 CASE# 1Q-10953 MACKEROY, DEBORAH AND RANDOLPH L. 110 W. OSBORNE AVE. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 MEADOWBROOK LOT 10 AND THEN Y2 OF CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONS 165457 0000 CASE# 101 1187 MESSIER, T HOMAS B. 10007 N ANNETTE AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 SONOMA HEIGHTS UNIT 2 MAP OF LOT 4 BLOCK H 95937 0100 CASE# 101 1243 GAUDETTE KAREN A. P.O. BOX 7473 4 10 E. HUGH ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 1 9 4 9 & 1 9-50 CENTRAL PAR K BLKS 1 2 4 TO 12 13 14AND 15 LOT 15 AND E 4FT OF LOT 16 BLOCK 5 182966.0000 CASE# 10-11747 HUGHES, KELLI R. & RUDOLPH KATY 2103 W. CLIFTON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 19-49 & 19-50 HAMNER S MARJORY B FIRST ADDITION TO RENMAH LOT 41 BLOCK 4 104727 0000 CASE# 10-11893 SCHOENEBERG,KENNETH& ROSE CUSACK JOSEPH M. 712 E. ROBSON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19 46 19-47 19 49 19 50 & 19-233 WARNER SUBDIVISION W Y2 OF LOT 62 AND ALL LOT 63AND S Y2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONN 161433 0000 CASE# 1Q-12579 CARTER, CASSANDRA L. 308 W. WEST ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 & 19 50 MILLER JACOB SUBDIVISION N 11 0 FT OF LOT 2 182511.0000 CASE# 10 12583 KOLTUNOV, OLEG 3915 N . CLEARFIELD AVE TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-46, & 19-49 HAGLE SUBDIVISION LOTS 24 AND 25 168092 0000 CASE# 10-13364 AIRD, SABRINA E. & PHILLIPS OVILLE B. 108 E. WARREN AVE. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 -4 6 19-4 7 19 49 & 1 9 -50 WARRE N AND KEYES LOT 4 BLOCK 5 182649 : 0000 CASE# 10-13659 KNIGHT JON-MICHAEL, & KNIGHT, SHAUNNA M. 201 W. FLORIBRASKA AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 46 19-47 19-49 & 19-50 ADAMS PLACE MAP LOT 12 BLOCK 3 182310 0000 CASE# 1Q-14104 EASTBURN, MARTIN K. 101 W. EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 "50 MEADOWBROOK LOT204 165624 0000 CASE# 1Q-14314 CROPPER, ROBERT G. 1518 W. PATTERSON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-46, 19 47, & 19-50 WILMA SOUTH LOTS 73 7 4 & 75 & N Y2 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONS 101598.0000 CASE# 10-14499 TIBBY, DAVID & TIBBY KIM K. 910 W. SITKA ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19 46 19-47 & 19 50 S I NEWOOD LOT 2 LESS EAST 60 FT AND LOT 3 EAST 60 FT 1 01758 0000 CASE# 10-15895 RODRIGUEZ, YISELL 2505 W. HAMILTON AVE TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-4 6 1947 & 1 9-50 GROVE PARK ESTATES iJNIT NO 3 REPLAT LOT 1 1 BLOCK G 102777 0000 CASE# 10-16156 SMITH, RICARDO ERNESTO & SMITH VERONICA 3320 W. KATHLEEN ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 JOHN H DREW S FIRST EX TENSION LOT 10 BLOCK 47 AND N Y2 OF ALLEY ABUTTING ON S 1 09626 0000 CASE# 1Q-18404 ADVANCED TREE SERVICE LLC NON-OWNER C/0 LYNN OLCOTT REG AGT 4221 E RIVER HILLS DR., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 13-43, & 13-45 MONTGOMERY SUBDIVISION LOT 1 AND THAT PART OF LOT 2 BEG AWN MOST COR AND RUN SELY 248 36 FT NWLY 195-5 FT TO APT ON N BNDRY 67 FT E ON WN COR AND W 67 FTTO BEG 148824 0000 IN "ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26 FLORIDA STATUES PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODAT I ON TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CON TACT THE CITY CLERK' S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT ( 4 8) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEE T ING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK


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