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c::c Q a: 0 ....1 LL. Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area Rally Saturday VOL. 66 NO. 18 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22,2010 56 PAGES 75 'It's Tille To Be Responsible' MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN LEAVES MESSAGE OF HOPE WITH MORE THAN 10,000 . Minister Louis Farrakhan left a message of hope with more than 10,000 listeners last Sunday when he spoke to a cross section of fa!ths. The Minister and the Nation of Islam held a community meeting at the Tampa Convention Center. With the critical election approaching, he encouraged the .listeners to get out and vote. He reinforced his message from 15 years ago at the 'Million Man March' held in Washington, D. C. He told the audience, "We've got to clean up our own mess; no one else is going to do it for us!" (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON) Ciirlfrield Ru1s Educator S11all Ower Mal Di After Busi1ess After Argu11e1t Le1gthy lllless Foru11 Pl111ed One Who Talks Thinks. One Who Keeps Silent Thinks More.

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C'll C'll C'll a: w m 0 1-(.) 0 c a: u. c a: u. c z ct c en w :l I-ii: w > w c w J: en ::::i m :l 0. z tu ..J ..J :l m ..J w z i= z w en ct c a: 0 ..J u. College Awards Degree To Student Killed In Tranic Accident BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this month, a full tim e student at an area col l ege was killed in' a traffic accident Recently the col lege awarded his degree posthumously. Mrs. Stephanie Manuel accepted the B.S. Degree in Human Services on behalf of her husband, Von DeCarlos Manuel, during the ceremony. Manuel was slated to graduate in December. Ms. Maria Bush, Assistant Director for Administration at Springfield College said, "Von Manuel was a full -time student at Springfield Col lege, Tampa campus and was scheduled to graduate in December 2010. How ever, Springfield College awarded Mr. Manuel a B. S. degree in Human Serv ices posthumously on October 15, 2010." Mrs. Noreen Copeland Miller, Admissions Spe-VON MANUEL ... Killed in traffic accident. cialist at the college said, "Vo n was excited about his graduation coming up in December. He was proud of his many achievements as a 37-year-old Black man earning his B. S. degree to get a better job." Manuel was a popular student on the campus and left a good impression with his fellow students. Two of them shared their thoughts. Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls Ms. Vivian Heyward said, "Von was in some of m y classes while I was a student there. -Ms. Tonia Turner said, "Von was a jov ial person and a joy to be around. There never seemed to be a moment that he wasn't full of life." Manuel, who lived in St. Petersburg, riding his 2007 Kwang Yang motorcycle when he was struck by a vehicle at the intersection of 18th Avenue, South and 21s t Street, South, in St. Petersburg. Police said Manuel ap plied brakes, but slid the motorcycle onto its right side. Both he and the mo torcycle slid into the right front of the 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt driven by Bradley Lewis, 39, also of St. Pe tersburg. Medical personnel transported Manuel to Bayfront Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. He was not wearing a helmet, police said. www.stringerlawfirm.com B e f o r e c hoosin g a lawyer ask f or written information about the lawyer s legal qualifications and experie nce. Girlfriend Runs Over Man After Argument This is a photo of Russell's vehicle with Brown's bicycle trapped underneath and his laying on the ground. TERRANCE BROWN Hospitalized with severe leg injuries. Tampa Police detectives are investigating an incident that occurred Wednesday evening that sent one man to a local hospital. According to police, Yashica Russell, 30, confronted her alleged boyfriend, Terrance Brown, 37, at 22"d and 28th Avenue. Police said Russell was in an automobile and Brown on a bicycle when the couple started arguing. After the argument, Brown was struck and ran over by Russell's vehicle. He was transported to a local hospital with leg injuries. No information has been released on his condition at this time. Investigators 'have not filed any charges in the incident at this time as they are still interviewing witnesses and trying to determine if this was an accident or an intentional act. Investigators have reported that one source indicated Brown may have rode his bicycle into the path of Russell's vehicle. Another source has reported that Russell was attempting to bump Brown with her vehicle, and instead ran over him, dragging him 10 feet. 505 East Jackson st. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724. BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & C reditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK Post-Conviction Proceedings, Scaling Criminal Records and Appcals-3111 West M.L.K. Jt: Blvd., Suite tOO, Tampa, FL33607 www.4RcasonablcDoubt.com of a lawyer i s a n important decision that should not be based d ecide, ask us t o send FREE written infom>a tion about

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., ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c Citizens Committee Joins In EHon To Increase Communitv Voting ?< 0 0 d m m JJ I\) I\) BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, October 23rd, several organizations will combine their efforts to increase voting within the community. Two separate events are planned to motivate citizens to exercise their right to vote The two events are the "Early Voting Day" Rally being promoted by several ministers throughout the Bay area and the "GoVote" Rally being hosted by the Hillsborough County Black Caucus. The "Early Voting Day" Rally was conceived after members of the Sub Committee of the Citizens Committee. State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Rev. Bartholomew Banks, and Rev. Willie Dixon, met with ministers throughout the community to address the critical need of voter partic;:ipation. The designation of S aturday, October 23rd as Earl y Voting Day was the result of that meeting. Beginning at 9 a.m. until 5 p m ministers will encour age members of their con gregation to go to the polls and cast their ballots Many of the churches will provide transportation for their members if needed. Marvin Knight founder of the Citizens Committee said, "The Citizens Committee members will be out on Saturday to help this event be successful. We are inviting everyone to come out, take part in the M a rch and enjoy the activities. There will be free fish fr y STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE COUNTY OF CHEROKEE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION FILE NO.: 1 o-CV5-550 WENDY D. DEVINE (Plaintiff) vs. KURT MATTHEW RETTLER, II (Defendant) NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KURT MATTHEW RETTLER, II TAKE NOTICE that a pleading seeking relief against you was filed on September 10 2010 in the above entitled action The nature of the relief being sought against you is for monetary damages arising out of allegations of your negligent operation of a motor vehicle on December 11, 2007 in Cherokee County North Carolina. You . are r equired to make a defense to this action within 40 days of October 18, 2.01.0. Failure-by you to make the required defense to this action within the time period stated, will result in the Plaintiff applying to the Court stated above for relie f sought against you. This the 18th day of October. 2010.McKinney & Tallant, P.A. CRYSTAL L, BRYSON Attorney for the Plaintiff Post Office Box 1549 Robbinsville, NC 28771 Telephone: (828) 479-2442 Facsimile: (828) 479-6747 N.C. State Bar #: 38060 and we're just encouraging everyone to come out and be a part of this." The "Go Vote" Rally will take place at the Belmont Heights Little League, N. 22nd Street and E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd. It begins at. 12 noon. The theme for the event is "Let's Do It Again In 2010." Among those slated to attend the event include Alex Sink, current Chief Financial Officer for the State of Florida, and gubernatorial candidate; U. S Congresswoman Kathy Castor; State Senator Arthenia Joyner; State Rep. Betty Reed; State Rep. Janet Cruz; and Senator Dan Gelber; among other candidate and officials. The walk from Belmont Heights Little League Complex to the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Library (for merly College Hill) will take place at 1:30 p.m. Those in the park will walk to the library and cast their ballots. MARVIN KNIGHT Founder of the Committee The library is located at the intersection of 26th Street and E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd. Voting at the Library takes place between 0 10 a.m., and 6 p.m. On November 2nd, the day of the General Election Day, en m many of the churches will z also provide rides to the :::f z polls and provide informa-m tion on the Constitutional 1 Amendments as w ell as other issues on the ballot. m c:: r r-m :::f AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE z ""0 c:: m News Alert: The Florida law States That YouMay Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For loss Wages And Medical Care .. FREE Pl'llhJSSiiiRal SIJI'IIiclll .}/ Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee Investigators -If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -:-Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Inci dents, loss Wages, Wrongful DeatlfAnd More ... e11e B. Patty local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-35.2-4200 Available 24 Ho,.-rs A Day I 7 Days A Week c en ::I: m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., JJ c

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editorials/Columns N' N a: w III 0 1-(.) FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 0 w c w :I: ...I D.. z .i= w ...I ...I ::) III Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT; CFO Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions ; $87.00-Per '(ear Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month: we Need To Talk L isten! Two sisters recounted how even though their mother -a long-term smoker -: died oflung cancer, they had no idea their mother's sister had had stlrgery for breast cancer five years after their mother had died. In fact, the sisters didn't discover their aunt's circumstances until she had become terminally ill with another The real-life story of the two sisters underscores re'cent research by the University of Buffalo, which recently revealed many Biack Americans failed to get cancer screenings. Black people were found less likely to share information about family members who had cancer. Consequently, many Blacks were unaware of a family history of cancer. While we respect personal privacy, family members suffering with cancer. may very well be able to save lives of other family members simply by sharing health information. is nothing 'to keep secret, especially when it may well'be ali-in-the-family. < P lain and simple, America isn't ready. Today, we constantly hear phrases like post racial America, a racially blind society, a new day in America and other similar statements being tossed around very loosely these days. But, America must not be fooled by these games. Talking-heads have been using the election of Barack to the United States Presidency as proof that race no longer matters and America has become post racial. What has really happened in the last two years is that America has discovered that it is not ready for a Black person to be President of the United States America knew before Barack Obama was elected that the economy of this country was in awful shape and was L isten! If you had a presi dent in office who had passed more positive legislation than Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and Dwight David Eisenhower combined, and had done it all in just 18 tnonths, what kind of name would you call him? Put your thinking caps on. ...I If you had a president who, in / the first two years of his i= istration, had passed a health-W Congressional District 56 Just1pe of Su_Qreme Court (J) u .s. Senate Da _vid Chalela Just!ce Charles f. Canady Yes < Kendrick Meek . Just1ce Jorge Labarga Yes C 57 Justice James E. C. Perry Yes 0: U S. Representative Stacy Frank Justice Ricky Polston Yes 9 District 9 District 58 District Court of ApJ)eal LL Anita De Palma -Janet Cruz Judge Marva CrenShaw Yes District 11 Kathy Castor District 60 Judge Patricia Kelly Yes Russ Patterson Judge Nelly N. Khouzam Yes District 12 Judge Ro.bert Morris Yes Judge Steven Northcutt Yes Lori Edwards District 61 Elena McCullough Judge Craig Villanti Yes Judge Douglas Wallace Yes State Governor Alex Sink Attorney General Dan Gelber Chief Financial Officer (CFO) District67 Z. J. Hafeez cot:iillYCommission District 1 Amendments No.1 No.2 No.4 .No.5 No.6 No.8 NO YES NO YES YES NO John Dingfelder Loranne Ausley County Commission Referendums I Commissioner of District 2 Nonbinding Statewide Advisory Referendum I Agriculture Victor Crist Countywide Transportation System Construction Scott Maddox Maintenance Operations through the Levy of a I County Commission 1% Sales Surtax State Senator District 3 District 12 Les Miller Amends the Charter to Eliminate the Veto Powers I Jim Norman Provision of an Elected County Mayor I County Commission Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions State Representative District 5 for New Businesses and Expansion of Existing I \District 16 Ken Hagan Businesses Nina Hayden School Board A Proposal to Amend the Reapportionment
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State Rep. To o Host'Constituent Services oav' BETI'YREED State Representative State Representative Betty Reed (DTampa) will host a Constituent Services Day" for the residents of District 59. The event will take place Tues day, October 261h, at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center (Upstairs), 3402 N. 22nd Street, from 9 a m to 12 noon. The event will provide an opportunity for the residents of District 59 to meet with state agency representatives and seek problem resolution in person. As the Representative for District 59, I take pride in the fact that District 59 s residents know that we are resgonsive to their needs and can be counted on to provide excel lent constituent services, said Rep. Reed. Among the state agencies who will have representation at the event are the Department of Children and Fami lies; the Department of Child Support Enforcement; the Department of Business & Pro fessional Regulations; the Department of Financial Serv ices (Workers Compensation Division); the Agency for Health Care Administration (Medicaid Program); the Agency for Persons with Dis abilities, the Department of Corrections, and the Parole Commission. Representatives from the various agencies will listen to concerns, complaints and as sist with problems rdating to their respective agency. Meeting Middleton High Class Of1966 The Middleton Senior High School Alumni Class of 1966 will worship on Sunday, October 24, 2010, 10:45 a. m. at Holsey Temple CME Church, 3729 N. 15th St. Dinner imme diately after service at Olive Garden on Busch Blvd. CLASS: BANKING 1 A A -"""' ,, ; Service Understanding Passion You don't draw a line between your business and personal life. Neither do we. Your business deserves undMded attention. And that's exactly what you can expect. We'll get to know you, as well as your business. So we might suggest Onltne Payroll as your business expands, but we'll also talk about the other things that can keep you up at night. Like tuition. That leyel of service is more than just our promise, it's your right. To see all the ways we can serve your business, visit suntrust.comlbusinessclass or call 866.442.1370. SUNTR.usr Partnership Solutions Live Solid. Bank Solid. SunTrust Bank, Member FDIC. 0 2010 SunTrust Banks Inc. SunTrust and live SoUd. Bank Sottd. are federally registered service marks ofSunTrust Banb, Inc. :::c 1\) 1\) 1\) 0 ...I. 0 r-0 :::c c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z "'D c: IIJ c (/) -::z: m c m < m :::c -< -f c: m (/) c )> z c c C) m U1 I )>

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Women's Small Business Forum Planned Youth Program leaders g -i Need Recruits BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday, October 2th, the Florida Department of Financial Services will host a Women's Small Busi ness Forum. The forum will take place at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Cen ter, 3402 N. 22"d Street, from 10 a.m. until11:30 a.m. The forum is being held in recognition of National Women's Small Business Month. Panelists and presen ters will take part in the free community event: However, it is open to the general public. Panelists and presenters will talk about a wide range of-subjects Jackie Callaway, ABC Action News, Consumer Advocate, will serve as the Moderator Eileen Rodriguez, MBA, Regional Director, Small Business Development Cen ter, USF will discuss Minor ity Certification. Jonel F; Hein, Lead Business Development Spe cialist, Administrative Offi.ceF, U. S. Small Business Administration, will take about Guaranteed Loans and Federal Government Certification Programs. Vandita Trivedi, Com munity Service Programs Coordinator; II, Hillsborough County SmallBusiness Infor mation will discuss the Basic Steps to Start A Business. MS. LINDA SMART Outreach & Education Coordinator, Florida Department Of Financial Services Loan Programs Avail able Through TEDCO is the topic of Stephen Lane, Vice President, Tampa Bay Economic Development Corp. The subject Edgar A. Kidd, Sr., Senior Stake holder Liaison, Internal Rev enue Service, pertains to Small Business Resources; and Felix Bratslavsky; Economic Development Business Analyst, Disadvan taged Minority/Women Business/Small Business En terprise, will talk about Hills borough County and Local Government Contracting Programs. Linda Smart, Out-Saturday, October 30, 201 0 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. r-Tampa Westshore 111 (fonner1y The Quorum Hotel} One Regions Bank UleGreen Blke Raffle $500 Gilt Card Raffle Ia< Olflce Supplies from CH2MHill lowry Park Zoo Passes Raffle MUCH more so REGISTER NOW! 700 North Westshole Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33609 Paving the Road to Successful Business Opportunities Get READY to Immerse yourself In soluUon based worbhops, lnfOmlatlve panel dlscuselona, and post symposium forums. Prepare to SET your sights on dynamic speakers and facilitators that will Inspire you. You must GO to the 15 minute HOT TOPIC sessions to get rewed up with excitement M s Ele e n ' r ' reach & Education Coordinator, Florida D epartme nt of Financial Servic e s safd W e are having this forum in recognition of National Women's Small Business Month, which is held during the month of October. We are hosting this forum to help female entrepreneurs avoid the pitfalls of starting and operating a small busi ness. "We have a group of panelists and presenters who will be on hand to answer ques tions and provide resourceful information to women who are just starting their busi nesses as well as those who are already established." We look forward to mem bers of the communitY at tending this informative forum. We feel that it will benefit the entire business community, she said. For additional information contact Ms. Smart at (813) 218-5393 or by email at Li .nda. Smart@MyFloridaCFO.com. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Charles "Candyman" Coney, Glen McCartney, and Sanford "Dr. San Man" Harper founded their youth program several years ago, their goal was to do more than just get young men off the streets. "Other youth programs were using that as their call to get teenaged Black males off the streets," said Harper. "We knew to really get these young guys to buy into what we re trying to do for them, we had to offer them something in return." Juveniles United In A community Effort (J.U.I.C.E.) is a youth program designed by Coney, McCartney and Harper to offer young men a chance to earn money by first work ing hard, and understanding the importance of putting money away for their future. 1\) We want ea c h of our r e -1\) cruits to b e able to mak e a 1\) 0 difference at home," said c; Coney. We want them to be our next leaders, and tell their friends they don' t have to break the law to make a liv ing." J.U.I.C.E. starts the young men off with lawn, auto de tail and pressure washing jobs, then target seniors who cannot perform some tasks around their homes or cannot afford it. "What we need now are re cruits," said Harper. "We need mothers, fa. thers or whoever to bring us their young men so we can help them become assets in-5 stead of liabilities. If they stick with us, we guarantee 0 their family and the commu-nity will benefit from the ex. m z :::! z m r-perience. Youth mentoring is also a part of the J.U: I.C.E. Pro gram, and for more infor mation, call (813) 900-9679 m c: rrm :::! z "'D c: m ::t m 0 m < m -< -i c: m en 0 z 0 0 G'). m .!' I

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Local N C\1 a: w III 0 .... u 0 c a: LL Citv MAAAC To Host Third Annual Small & Minoritv Business svmoosium Retired Educator Dies After long Illness Saturday, October 30, members of the African Americ a n Advisor y Council (MAAAC), in conjun c tion with the City of Tampa, will host th e ir 2010 Small & Minority Business Symp o sium The Third Annua l Small & Minority Business Sympo sium will be held at the Wyndham Westshore of Tampa 700 N. Westshore Boule vard, from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Ms. Eileen Rodriguez, Regional Director for the University of South Small Business Development Center will serve as the keynote speaker. This year's theme is "Paving the Road to Successful Business Opportunities." Herman Broxton is the president of the Mayor's African American Advisory Council. The purpose of the Symposium is to bring together small and minority busi nesses seeking to increase HERMAN BROXTON ... President of Mayor's African American Advisory Council business opportunities. The Symposium will ring together representatives from various organizations It will feature workshops on training, education, busi ness skills development, and information regarding grants and finance. It also free give a-ways throughout the day. Stimulating topics pertinent to business owners will be held during the afternoon sessions. Panelists will dis cuss business ideas and other concerns with those in CDA CHILDCAIE HOUSE CREATIVE DWELLING ACADEMY Saturday, October 2 3, 9 a . m. -4 p. m. 3905. E. R Ave.* Tampa 33 and Drinks 88-4444 (Office) -3553 (Cell) MS. EILEEN RODGRIGUEZ Keynote Speaker attendance. The event is open to the public. Representatives from local government organizations as well as business owners from the private sector are slated to attend. The Symposium also in cludes light breakfast snacks. To register for the event or to obtain more information visit the website at www. tampagov net/MAAAC Anyone wishing to contact the MAAAC Liaison can call (813) 274-8152 or Via email at MAAAC@ tampagov.n e t. IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A retire d e du ca t o r died at her residenc e on Tu es da y surrounded b y f a mily. Sh e suc cumbed to cancer. A Tampa native, Mrs. Ollie S. Hamilton Hunter attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. After graduating from Middleton High School in 1956, she con tinued her education at Clark Atlanta University, where she earned her degree in Music. Mrs. Hunter returned to Tampa and became a Hillsborough County teacher where she remained for more than 40 years. She taught Music at Young Jr. High School during her early teach ing career. Mrs. Hunter retired as the Assistant Principal of Monroe Middle School in 2001. Mrs. Maisie Reddy, a long time friend, said Mrs. Hunter also served as the Principal of Bible-Based Fel-APPRECIATION CELEBRATION FOR JESUS MUSICAL PRAISE -WORSHIP SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010 ** 5 P.M. --F4 HOOD TEMPLE AME ZI O N CHURCH -36 0 8 N 26TH S T.** TAMPA, FL 33605 Fj ltEV. AKRON HOBLHY, PASTO R SPONSOR E D BY O'HALO GOSPEL SINGERS OPE N DOOR PROGRAM ALL GOSPEL GROUPS, CHOIRS SOLOISTS ARE INVITED ALL ARE WELCOME HILL CHURCH OF GOD I 6414 NORTH 30TH STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA a\\\G OUR PASTOR AID FIRsr ,. ... "Man's Conquest l.Jibl' II Samuel 5:22-25 PASTOR & MRS. CHARLES (DELORIS) DAVIS SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010 11:00AM MORNING WORSHIP SUPERINTENDENT CLETHEN U. SUTTON MESSENGER DEACON WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH, SR. PROGRAM CHAIRPERSON MRS. OLLIE S. H. HUNTER lowship School during the 2001-2002 year. Mrs. Reddy said Mrs. Hunter was raised in Allen Temple AME Church. The late Mrs. Altamease Hamilton asked her to be come the organist for her church, St James Episcopal Church, and she agreed. Mrs. Hunter became a member of the church after it merged with the House Of Pra yer Episcopal Church and bec ame St. James House of Pray e r Episcopal Church. She rema in e d a member of the church until her death. Mrs. !Junter enjoyed traveling anything pertaining to music, and being with friends. She just loved being around people. Mrs. Marjorie Mayes, a friend since childhood said they were best friends during their childhood and thatboth learned to play the piano. "We even performed as a duet during a high school assem bly, Ollie sang and I accom panied her on the piano. After high school we left to attend different colleges;" she stated. Mrs. Hunter was very ac tive in the communitY and held membership in the Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc. Retired and Proud, and Club 44. In addition to several cherished friends Mrs. ,Hunter is sur.viv e d b y her sister, Mrs. Vissadean 0. H. Frierson, and husband, Rev. Harold H. Frierson, and several nieces, nephews and other family members. A memorial service for Mrs. Hunter will be held on Sun day, October 24th, 5 p.m., at St. James House Of Prayer Episcopal Church. Fuperal services will be held on Mon day October 251 \ at 1:30 p.m., also at the church. Ray Williams Funeral Home is in charge of handling ., arrangements.

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BY IRIS B. -HOLTON Sentinel City Editor T\"{O. months ago an Orlando minister intorduced her original gospel play to the residents of Pinellas County. Now, she is .ready to bring that same message to the residents of Hillsborugh County. Dr. Rose Marie Solomon said she wrote the play entitled, "The Twisted Double Life Of "Reverend And .First Lady Lee" 6 years ago. It's purpose is to make members of the clergy more aware of the examples they set for others to follow. However, Dr. Solomon said the message is not just intended for ministers. It is for anyone and everyone who serve as leaders. The play focuses on the lives of a pastor and his wife, who present an image of perfection to the members of the church. However, their lives are anything but perfect In addition to Pastor DR. ROSE SOLOMON Author of "The Twisted Double Life Of"Reverend And First Lady Lee" Lee being married and the father of two children, he also has a mistress whb attep.ds his church During services, he lavishes his wife with attention. Behind closed doors, he physically and mentally abuses her. Dr. Solo:qton said his wife covers her bruises, acts as if nothing is wrong, and tries to give the impres sion that her life is perfect. However that changes when one of the mothers of the church pulls her to the side and explains the harmful and long-reaching affects of abuse Dr. Solomon uses the play to point out that no one is perfect. However, she said ministers have a higher responsibilty to set good examples for their parishers to follow. A native of Montego Bay, Jamaica, Dr. Solomon moved to the United States more than 40 years ago. She currently lives in Orlando and is the pastor of Miracle Life Changing International Ministry. She is married and the mother of 3 children and she has 3 grandchildren. Dr. Solomon and her husband, Frankie, are the Executive Producers. "The Twisted Double Life Of Reverend And First Lady Lee" will be performed on Saturday October 23rd 7 p.m. at Centro Asturiano 1913 N. Nebraska Avenue Rev. AI Sharpton launches National Tour To oet Out The Vote' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this month, Rev. AI Sharpton, founder of the National Action Network, launched a new tour. The purpose of the tour is to en courage and inspire people to vote during the upcoming election. During a telephone inter. view, Rev. Sharpton said, "This is a new tour to get the vote out and encourage African Americans to vote during this mid-term elec tion. The experts are saying that Blacks are not expected to vote. We have to prove to REV. AL SHARPTON Touring country to draw attention to need to vote them that we will vote. "People can choose who they want, but our commu nity interests must be served. It is my concern that our people come out and vote in big numbers. Since the inception of the tour, Rev. Sharpton said he has been to several cities. Last week he visited Los Angeles, Philadelphia and several cities in South Florida. This weekend Rev. Sharpton will visit cities in Georgia as well as Jacksonville and Gainesville, Florida. He will also visit Nevada, Illinois, and Tennessee, in upcoming days. The National Action Netwas founded in early 1991. Its members consist of political and human rights ac tivists in New York. Among other interests, the organiza tion provides voter awareness and voter participation. With A At NOW FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHURCH 10:30 A.M. Sunday October 24, 2010 603 Ellinor Street Plant City, FL 33563 WDl Be <>---"' NEW HERITAGE CHRISTIAN WORSHIP CENTER'S 1 SlANNUAL ... -Galatians 6:7-9 L o Sowing The Spirit F I V 0 y A 0 E f2pm-&pm D D M 7407 N. 56th Slreel Corporole Square Bid. 700 Tampa, A. 33617 0 M !813) 425-5299 osknh en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m .:::! z "'D c: m r u; ::::t m c m < m :::D < -L c: m en c :1> z c "T1 :2 c

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c a: LL c z <( c en w ;:) I-ii: w > w c w ::1: en ::::i m ;:) a. z i= w ...I ...I ;:) m ...I CITY OF JUDAH WORSHIP CENTER 11612 N. NEBRASKA AVE. TAMPA, FLORIDA 33612 COME & CELEBRATE WITH US FOR OUR CHURCH'S 5TH YEAR -ANNIVERSARY THEME: "HARVESTING SOULS" MINISTER EBOU APOSTLE RAYMOND HOWARD WILLIAMS L. MITCHELL RESURRECTION UFE KINGDOt(CHURCH FORBIDDEN TO FAIL WORLDWIDE ASTOR. CLINTINEMURVIN CITY OF JUDAH SHILOH RESTORATION "T'A6ERNACLE NOV. 2ND-5TH SERVICES BEGIN 7 P.M. NOV. 6TH-CHURCH PICNIC (MACFARLAND PARK) 11-4 SPONSORED BY DYNAMIC REVELATIONS NOV. 7TH-SERVICE BEGINS 10:45 A M COME OUT FOR A HOLY GHOST FILLED TIME IN THE LORD! w -----------------------------------------------z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...I LL Local Tampa Police Commander Urges Residents To Build New Relationships BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The College Hill Crime Watch Association held their Town Hall Meeting Wednes day night at the Lee Davis Cen ter. Among the speakers was Tampa Police D-Ill Com mander, Major Gerald Honeywell. Major Honeywell told the packed house that he's looking forward to reti1ing in 24 months A lot of successful things have happened in East Tampa It's not poor old East Tampa anymore It's not all about the crime." Major Honeywell said he doesn't beat his chest talking about crime, because the citi zens know more about what's going on in their community than the police "I won t be talking about crime anymore when I speak at meetings I don' t like talking about crime. "I will say I think we have done a good job educating res idents about crime; and you can see that, by the fact that crime is lower in East Tampa than other areas of the city. Violent crimes are something that we still have to deal with Majo:r Honeywell said he remembers when the students would be getting out of school at Middleton High School, there were fights every day "Not anymore. That's be cause Middleton Principal, Owen Young, worked closely with us in establishing a polic y and making sure it was en forced. Crime is down in East Tampa because of the citizens. For a long time, we couldn t get peopl e to let us know a crime was going on. Now, we people taking pictures of crimes as they are occurring, Middleton High -. Class 0119&3 The Middleton High Class of 1963 .will meet Saturday, October 23, 2010 at Picadilly Cafete ria, 13702 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. at 12:30 p.m. Please plan to at tend. Adult Sickle Cell Support-Group ' Members of the Aduit Sickle C ell Support Gr oup will gath e r in the ca fe teri a o f Tamp a G e n e r a l Hospital (R o om B-H) 4) ori November 26, 2'0HJ to celeb r ate ' Thanks-Christmas. Ther e will'. be gift e x change, gift . food soft drinks and m usic : Adult Si<;kle. Cell cal! ::. register to receive, Christmas toys your children. Major Honeywell said the people hav e become the long-arm of the law and have fin a lly decided they are tired of the crime. "Now, it's important that citizens build relationships with all the officers, because they will still be here when I'm gone." MAJOR GERALD HONEYWEL "As citizens of East Tampa, you need to get to know these other officers, and they need to getto know you." Major Honeywell's final message to the was to let them know, when they fight back, they get their neighbor hood back He encouraged them to keep fighting. and calling us on the phone, giving us descriptions of the lawbreakers and telling us where they hide their drugs." St. Mark M. B. Church 0 Pt. Tampa 7221 S. Sherrill St. Reverend Darryl M Matthews cet-tt:W Senior Pastorffeacher 111 In Service of the 1892-2010 Theme: "TRANSFORMING UVES FOR (Acts 2:42-47) Fall Revival: Wednesday, Oct. 20th -Friday, Oct. 22nd Evangelist: Pastor Jesse Bottom Beulah Baptist Church Poughkeepsie NY to: Sunday School 9:30 am Morning Worship:1 0:55 am Prayer Service & Bible Studies: Wednesday 6:30-p. m. Come and Rejoice with US! Giving Pr:_aise To The LORD! VICI'ORY TEMPLE OUTREACH MINISTRiEs, INc. 5919 N. S6TII S1:REET <>TAMPA, FL <> (813) 626-8.569 & l'lqlbelr.ssAnlbony 111111 Yolmla Williams as lbcy walk you 1broJP Ill: wml of God, Slrollglhming lbe bonds of IDIIIIiagc 8lld prqNKing "NOT EASILY BROKEN" Powerful testimonies from married couples ... Agail"l, if two lie together, then they have heat but how cao o n e be warm atone' And rt ooo prnv all aganllll h1m. two shall w llhstand h im, and a lhruetol d told IQ not Q U'Ckly broken E cdesiales 41 1 ,12 LAYiliCIAANJ)SEI:mlp(.MCKINNH Y -DATE: F'RIDAY, OcToBER 29, 2010 -TIME: 7=30 P.M. LocATION : VICI'ORY TEMPLE. OUTREACH Mi:NJsTRIEs, INC. 'All are welcome to attend this dynami. c teaching to become empowered by God's prindples ronceming this holy COYelWltl

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C'\1 West Tampa Homecoming Alumni Dance 7saturday, October 0 ,, P :...._ j ., "' 1-: ,>);) "" ,, u 2901 E. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa, 336:Hl 0 9 p. m.-1 a.m. $7 the dqor. c [t u. c [t u. c z [t w > w c w ::I: en :J m :::J D.. z i= w ..J ..J :::J m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u. m the THA Contracting Office. Persons who require special accommodations should immediafely contact the THA Coptract!ng Office @ {813) 253-0551 extension 187 An Equal Opportunity Employee! By order of the President/CEO of the Housing Authority of the City of Tampa. l THE HOUSING A:U'FHORitv bF' THE CITY OF TAMPA Jerome D. R}rans, President/CEO Black College Football After a crazy weekend that saw severa l teams within Top 10 football polls lose -including No. 1 South Carolina State a change at the top was inevitable. The Tigers of Grambling State (5-1) now sit atop both e diti ons of the Bm,:torow.com/BASN HBCU coaches and media polls. GSU used a five touchdown p erformance from running back Frank Warren (29 carries, 202 yards) to defeat Alcorn State 38-28 last week end and attain the No. 1 spot. Rod Broadway' s squad received eight of the 15 first place votes in the coaches poll and 16 of the 23 first-place nods in the media top 10. The undefeated Wildcats of Bethune Cookman (6-o), who defeated previous No. 1 South Carolina State last weekend, are number two in both polls. Not only did Bethune post their first MEAC road shutout since 2000 (a 33-0 victory at Howard), they also snapped SCSU's conference record 21-game winning streak. The Wildcats travel to North Carolina Central (2-4) on Saturday in Durham. That game is set for a 2 p. m. ET The Bethune-Cookman Wildcats took control of its own conference destiny slaying Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference giant South Carolina State 14-0 in Orangeburg, South Carolina on Saturday afternoon before 10,077 Bulldog faithful. It was the first conference loss for the Bulldogs since 2007, snapping a 21-game winning streak. In a trench battle pitting the giant against the up-and-coming combatant, B BY TED TAYLOR The Rattlers of Florida A & M used the bye-week to retool its running game after sputtering in the first half of the The effort gave a payoff on Saturday afternoon in Bragg Stadium as the team gained 327 rushing yards in a 31-0 blanking of the Savannah State Tigers. The contest began with a scoreless first quarter. On the first Rattler play of the second qua-rter, senior running back Philip Sylvester went off tackle and 69 yards later was I FCS HBCU Coaches Top 10 Poll School W-L Pts LW 1. Grambling State (16) 5-1 231 2 2. Bethune-Cooknian (5) 6-o 201 4 3 Albany State (2) 7-0 184 3 4 South Carolina State 4-2 142 1 5 Jackson State.5-1119 6 6. Winston-Salem State 7-1 io7 7 7 Hampton 5-192 8 8. Morehouse 6-1 66 9 9 Tuskegee 5-2 40 5 10. Saint Augustine's 6-1 34 NR kickoff. Jackson State (5-1), Hampton (5-1), and the aforementioned Bulldogs (4-2) make up the rest of the coach es' top five at three, four, and five respectively. The remainder of the poll has Texas Southern (3-3) sixth, Florida A&M (3-3) sev enth, Alcorn State (3-3) drops from sixth to eighth, Prairie View A&M (4-3) rejoins the poll at nine, and Tennessee State (3-4) is 1oth. As for the media poll, Albany State (7-0), South Carolina State, and Jackson State are third, fourth, and fifth respectively. The rest of poll includes Winston-Salem State (7-1) sixth, Hampton seventh, Morehouse (6-1) is eighth, Tuskegee (5-2).and Saint Augustine's College (6-1) debuts this week at No. 10. The football weekend gets started on Thursday night again this week as Alcorn State hosts Arkansas-Pine Bluff at Jack Spinks Stadium onESPNU. B-CI Topples MEAC Giant CU disposed of the Bulldogs in a quick 2-1/2 hours. The Cats scored late in the second period on a 16-yard pass from receiver Maurice to wide receiver Jevaughn Reams Francois was the starting quarterback last year who was moved to the wideout tion by new coach Brian Jenkins. The pass on the trick play was routine for Francois. In the third, the Wildcats used a 15-play, go yards drive consuming 6:03 to step ahead at 14-0. The defense held the rest. of the way for its first shutout sjnce 2002 and State's first home shutout loss since 1978. The 'Cats, who are in the driver's seat in the MEAC at 4-o, 6-o overall, is tied for the lead with Hampton University with a date against the Pirates in a couple weeks. This SatUrday they lock up against 2-4 North Carolina Central University in Durham. R aulers .. Run Over Tigers in the end zone for a 7-0 advantage. The remainder of the period was scoreless until TrevorScott kicked a 2gyard field goal on the last play of the quarter. On its first possession of the thil: d quarter, slot receiver Antonio Lawrenc, e of Lakeland Kathleen carriea an end-around pitch 58 yards to extend lead to 17-0. The next possession saw Sylvester score again from five yards out for a 24-0 lead. Early in the fourth quarter, backup running back Lavante Page scored on an 11-yard run, for the final SGOre. ' '. Sylvester led the ground attack with 153 yards on 18 carries, and Lawrence and Martin Ukpai had 63 yards. The defense allowed another 100-yard rusher with Sheldon Barnes getting 109 yards on 14 carries. However FAMU limited Savannah State to 164 total yards. FAMU at: 3-3, travels to' Norfolk, Virginia to try its ne-w-found running attack against the Norfolk Spartans.

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_f-or 5 :u FAMU/USF To KickoH In 2011 And 2015 BYTEDTAYLOR At a joint news confer e nce on the campus of the University of South Florida on Tuesday October 19, 2010, it was announced by USF Bulls Athletic Director Doug Woolard that USF will host Florida A & M University in a football match up at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, on September 17, 2011, and September 5, 2015. It will mark the second meeting on the gridiron between the two schools, the first being in the year 2005. In that first meeting, a crowd of over 43,000 fans showed up to make for one of the biggest turnouts in USF history at the time. Everi though the result on the field was a lopsided victory for USF, the fan interest marked the first time that tickets were sold in the stadium's upper deck for a USF game. This time should be no dif ferent as the Rattlers have not played in Tampa since that FAMU's new Athletic Director, Derek Horne. game and there has always been a loyal and vocal fan base here. In -his comments on the matchup, recently appointed FAMU athletics director, Derek Horne recognized the number of fans in the area and the excitement such a game generates. There were many local dig-nitaries on hand for the announcement, including Mayor Pam Iorio and Rob Higgins, Executive Director of the Tampa Bay Sports Commission Higgins said that he is already excited about halftime, referring to the famed FAMU Marching 100 band. (Photography by BRUNSON) Magic Johnson Sells OwnershiP Stake In takers Tenn. Judge Gives McNair's Widow And Kids $500k Each MAGIC JOHNSON LOS ANGELES-Magic Johnson has sold his small ownership stake in the Los Angeles Lakers to Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, pos sibly clearing the way for the Hall :of Farner to own a bigger portion of another NBA team in the future. Johnson bought shares representing about 4-5 percent of the Lakers in June 1994 for a reported $10 mil lion. Johnson said Monday's sale was strictly a "bittersweet busines_ s but the five-time NBA champion has This June 28, 2001 file photo shows Tennessee long been interested in taking . Steve a larger' ownership role in a McNair and his wife, team. Mechelle, smiling during a Magic express 'ed interest news conference in Nashville, last month in takitig a signifi. Tenn. cant role in a gro).lp attempt ing to huy the Detroit Pistons led by Mike flitch, who also oWns the DetrQit Red Wings and Detroit Tigers. Hitch's group hasn;t publicly made any connection wit_ h Johnson. ; Another. Bet;ter, Bolder. -From BBI:AutoAir, LLC. : www.bbiautoair.com Available November_ 1 st NASHVILLE, Tenn. -The widow of Steve McNair has won a request to get $2.5 mil lion from the late NFL quarterback's estate. Mechelle McNair had asked a Nashville judge to unfreeze a portion of the estate so that she and Steve McNair's four sons could each have $5oo,ooo until the probate case gets sorted out. She and Steve McNair had two sons together The other .two are from previous relationships. The_ estate of the former 'pro, who played 11 seasons with the Tennessee Titans and two with the Baltimore Ravens, was initially valued at $19.6 million. The bulk of his assets have been frozen since his death. Steve McNair was 36 when he was killed by his mistress in July 2009. Bucs Trv To Bounce Back Against The Rams Tamp a Bay Buccaneers firstround draft pick, Gerald McCoy, said he s b ee n wait ing since h e was a little kid to get back at Rams quarterback and former Oklahoma team mate Sam Bradford. When we were kids, his lit tle league team refused to play mine. No_w, I'll get my chance to real}y go after him." McCoy hopes to record his first NFL sack on his former college teammate when the Bucs host the St. Louis Rams Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. The Bucs are currently in a log jam in the NFC South with the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons, and want to bounce back and record their 4th victory after Sunday's 31-6 humbling by the Saints. GERALD MCCOY on opposing quarterbacks. Running back Carnell "Cadillac" Williams needs to improve on his 2.5 yards per carry average, and Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman needs to improve his 21st passer ranking. Bradford is c 0 ("') d OJ m ::tJ 1\.) I\) I\) 0 ...... 0 The Bucs will enter Sunday's contest without running back Kareem Huggins, who is lost for the year with a knee injury. ranked 30th. Keys for the Bucs will be the play of weak-side linebacker, Geno Hayes and defensive end, Stylez White. 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The junior defensive tackle lay on the turf for at least five minutes while medical and emergency personnel treated him and players on teams watched. Fisher: Young oav-To-oav VINCE YOUNG NASHVILLE, Tenn. Vince Young is day-to-day after tests show only a mild sprained left knee and ankle, and coach Jeff Fisher says the Tennessee quarterback could play against Philadelphia on Sunday even if he misses a couple practices. Young thought his season might have ended when hurt Monday night. He was pulled down after recovering a fumbled snap with his left leg twisting un,derneath him. He was able to walk off the field, and he could be seen making the sign of a cross and praying on the sideline. Fisher Young could have played if needed, taking snaps out of the shotgun only because of his limited mobility. The Titans (4-2) made sure Young didn t have to return, finishing off a 30-3 win in Jacksonville that kept them tied with Houston and Indianapolis atop the AFC South. 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Amb e r confronts Aggie about b a d mouthing her to Nick and reassures Nick about her work qualiry; Thom a s show s Ridge and Brook e sketch e s for his proposed men s line; Amber helps Oliver make Hope je a lous 1\) Days Of Our Lives -Brady must choose between his conscience and Nicole ; Arianna and Sami fight and Kay la breaks th i n g s up; Victor force s Vivian to admit she planned to entomb Maggie ; Melani e informs Carly that she will never trust her a gain. Carly tries to explain to Sister Anne why she lied about the test r e sults; Arianna fights for her life; N a than a nd M e l anie conne c t slightly, but Stephanie interrupts and Melanie s walls go up aga i n ; EJ begs Lexie to let him visit Arianna General Hospital-Carly plants a passionat e kiss on J a son; Luke collapses in front of Tracy; J as on and Su z anne press Brend a to reveal the truth behind the Balkan s attack on her. J a son may sleep \vi.th Carly; Sonn y and Claire realize Carly set them up; Brenda m a kes an admission to Spinelli; Carly and Brenda have a major confrontation. One Life To Life-Greg makes a confession to Natalie; Destiny has a birthd a y party; Eli arrang e s a meeting place with Todd to drop the ransom. Todd, Blair John and Bo face off with Eli at the warehouse; Greg y s secret is finally revealed; desperate to find Starr and Hope, Blair gets a surprise. Young And The Restless-Jill could be Nikki s downfall; Cane seeks out a new identity. Meggie's plan falls into place; Billy protects Victoria from an ugly truth Horoscopes Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Your favorite person wants to take an entirely new direction You' d prefer sticking to the familiar path. Either way, a map is helpful. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Apply your best effort to get more work accomplished now An older per son has a definite idea of what's needed. It's up to you to make it happen. Sagittat;i.us (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-From your perspective, an older group member causes extra trouble. If you need results now, discuss it in person for best resolution. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Repairs create a drain on your bank account. Resist the desire toredesign things and just fix what's necessary. You'll be glad you did . Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Spend part of the day on a creative writing project. Do some Internet research to gather information to flesh out a plot or character. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-An older person makes you aware of your own creative potential. Con sider their suggestions in private Adjust the idea to fit your personality. Aries (March 21-April19)-An older individual, possibly a grandparent, makes you aware of cir cumstances from the past that answer a lot of questions. This gives new perspective Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Wherever you find yourself today, accept a service role. Others depend on your logical recommendations. You serve yourself this way, too Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Unless plans arise to spend time \-\':ith someone special, stick close to home and get to bed early Still, a magical night is worth yawns the next day. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -This is no time to keep secrets. Share information as well as logic. Then others understand your motives and will support what you're up to. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -One-sided thinking creates extra stress for you and your favorite people. Re view the facts to discover a previously unexplored option. Try it out : Red -Morgan Freeman and Bruce Willis star in this action/comedy about retired CIA agents on the run from a hit squad. Worth seeing! Made $21M (Budget $s8M). [***112J. Jackass 3D-If you liked the first or second movie, this one is more grossed out. This movie is so ... oo crazy, you can't help but laugh. No. 1 at box office. Made $soM. (Budget $2oM)[***] Secretariat -A true story about the greatest race horse of all-time. Made $27M (Budget $35M) (H*] The Social Network-This movie is based on the life of young billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Face book. Must See! Made $62M (Budget $soM) [**H] Let Me In -A little boy becomes close with the strange girl next door. Very good horror movie. Made $11M. (Budget $2oM). [***112] 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 $47M. (Budget $70M) [***] Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of (Ja'Hoole -Wow! Great movie for kids and adults. Should get an Oscar for top animation. Made $46M. (Budget $8oM) [****] The Town -A bank robber (Ben Affleck) falls for a woman his crew has taken hostage. Affleck directed this classic. Made $8oM. (Budget $37M) [*"**] Devil -Five strangers trapped on the elevator realize one of them is the Devil. Grade A horror/mystery of which one. Made $31M. (Budget-Not Listed) [***112] Easy A -A teen girl makes up a fictional story about her life. Well-written comedy/drama. Must see for teenage girls. Made $48M. (Budget $8M) [***112] Alpha And Omega-Kids will love this movie. Made $21M. (Budget-Not Listed)[***] Resident Evil: AfterLife-Alice (Milia Jovovich) is on-another journey to find survivors and kill zombies. Made $s6M. (Budget $6oM) [***] The American-George Clooney stars in this slow-moving saga about the life of a hitman. Made $35M. (Budget $2oM) [**] 0 ....... 0 "TI r-0 :!! C )> (J) m z :::! z m r-aJ Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Balance your checkbook before spending any money. This is no time to be frivolous. Your energy's better spent considering your next step c Our Community, Our Time! Making A Difference Today! Creating Jobs Good Jobs! ENDORSED BY: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN NAACP EAST TAMPA BUSINESS AND CIVIC ASSOCIATION And BLACK BUSINESS INVESTMENT CORP. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Builds a modern transportation system in Hillsborough County More and better hours of bus service with 24 hours on some routes Routes that will.see increased and more frequent service include: 5, 6, 8, 15, 18, 31, 32, 34, 37, 46, and 57 Over $700 million in road improvements, including 22nd St. road enhancements and 78th St. reconstruction There will be miles of light rail right in our community There will be programs in place to include small and minority businesses to help grow, expand and prosper will be created for the building of the system and JOBS wm be produced by the effects of the system FOR. 0 AGAINST BE A PART OF THE CHANGE, VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2ND FOR MORE INFORMATION, VISIT: WWW.MOVINGHILLSBOROUGHFORWARD.ORG Pd. Pol. Adv. paid for by Moving Hillsborough Forward, 4511 .N. Himes Avenue, Suite 125 Tampa, FL 33614 . ( rrm :::! z "'D c m r-u; ::t: m c m < m -t c m (J) C )> z c "TI :!! c C) m ....... CJ1 I )>

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Bevonce's Mother savs Her 1.1. Reunites With Omarion Facing Daughter Is Not Pregnant Suicidal Jumper, $110,000 Tax Debt Talks Eleven 00 Knowles, made an appear-MOnth Ja-Il B-Id ance on Ellen DeGeneres' > chatshow to answer the re-ports. a: She told the talkshow host: LL 'No, no It s not true Not right BEYONCE KNOWLES Beyonce. Knowles's mother was forced to deny ru mors her daughter was preg. nant. The 29-year-old singer, who is married to rapper Jayii: was said to have unexpectLL e w c w J: en ::; m ::l c. z tu ...J ...J ::l m JOE BUDDEN arrest warrant has been issued for New Jerse y rapper Joe Budden for backed child support payments Budden, 30 is wanted by the Hudson County Sheriffs office for failing to appear in court and failing to pay the $12;983 owed. The rapper was previously arrested in 2009 for failure to pay child. support and later released. T.I. T.I. is making headlines after reuniting with the man he saved from jumping off the top of an Atlanta high-rise. The rapper stopped by a radio show Monday to meet with Joshua, the embattled man he helped police coerce down from the Colony Square building. In addition to meeting with Joshua on the famed after noon drive show, T.I. also spoke on his impending nmonth jail sentence delivered to him on Friday at an Atlanta court house. 'I'mma take it a day at a time ... one thing I'm not gonna do is talk and make lot of promises ... I'm gonna talk through m y music and my ac tions ... T.I. also offered Joshua some sound advice, "It gets better. GucciMane Reported IV Back In Rehab GUCCIMANE Gucci Mane's rock star lifestyle may have to takes a backseat to his sobriety The rapper was released from jail in May after serving --6 months for parole violation, reportedly linked to drug use. Now it is reported that the ATL rapper turned himself into a drug treatment pro gram last week, October 14. Sources say he checked himself into the Riverside Psychiatric Center in Georgia after being persuaded by his entourage, lawyer and man ager outside of the hospital for close to an hour. Witnesses say Gucci gave in to his supporters' request after being adamantly re minded by his lawyer that re habilitation was the only alternative to facing more jail time. Gucci is reportedly under. going a rehab pro gram. R&B singer Omarion is making headlines after being the latest artist ousted for owing back taxes. According to public records, Omarion owes $110,585 to the IRS and filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy earlier this year A $35,210 lien Omarion on May 18 with the Orange County (Calif.) Recorder of Deeds. A $25,660 lien Oct. 29, 2009, in Orange County A $49,715 lien Aug. 6, 2009, with the Los Angeles OMARION County Recorder of Deeds. He owes income taxes from 2003, 2005 and 2006, ac cording to the lien His bankruptcy case was dismissed in January. Del Jam Bans Kanve's Album Cover KANYE .WEST AND HIS ALBUM COVER Def Jam has apparently put the brakes on a controversial CD cover for Kanye West's upcoming album My Beauitiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. The Chi-Town MC and super-producer Tweeted on Sunday, "Yoooo they banned my album cover!!!!! Ima tweet it in a few ... ," "Banned in the USA!!! They don't want me chilling on the couch with my phoenix! http: I /twitpic.com/ 2yk:xjk" "In the 70s album covers had actual nudity... It's so funny that people forget that . Everything has been so com mercialized now.'' "I know that cover just b1ew yall minds ... I wish yall could see how hard I'm smiling right now!!! 11 "In all honesty ... I re ally ,-don'-t be thinking about wal: Mart when I make my music or album covers -# Kanyeshrug! 11 "I wanna sell albums but not at the expense of my true creativity." My Beauitiful Dark Twisted Fantasy is set to be released on November 22nd. Flocka's Booking Agents-Hit With $1 Million .lawsuit -Over Missed Appear-nces Was it miscommunication or mismanagement of funds? The booking agents for rookie rap star W aka F1ocka Flame have been sued again for taking money for booked shows but to deiiver the artist. This time, promoter Walter Conwell DBA as G.D.B. Promotions is suing Debra Antney, Johnnie Cabbell, Hitt. Afta Hitt Entertainment and So Icey Ent for over $1,000,000 dollars. In the lawsuit, which was filed in Circuit Court of Jeffer son County Alabama G .D.B Promotions claims to have WAKAFLOCKA sent a $1,800 deposit to secure Waka F1ocka, with an other $1-,500 due when the rapper arrived at the venue for the June 2009 show in Birmingham

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F ntertainment J:J. Sa de Rejects OHers Hammer Honored Gening To Is The From Jav-z & Other Rappers Award Sequel To Waiting To Exhale For Collaborat-IOnS turned real-Terry McMil-that a few pills will SADEAndJAY-Z Jay-Z may be one of the most successful rappers of all time, but one project he will never accomplish, is working with singer Sade. In a recent interview, Sade revealed that Jay-Z and other MCs have ap proached -her about rapping over her beats or. having her sing ihe hook on their records, but she has politely declined. "I'm too scared they'll find me out It's like The Wizard of Oz. They'll find out there's nothing there. As for collabo rations, I'm collaborating with the band and do what we do. I see myself as a member of this band who does these songs that we write." However, you may have a better chance in copying a sample from one of the most recognized singers of all time, as Sade says it won't cost you much. Birdman Talks Releasing Books on Drake, lil wavne LIL WAYNE And BIRDMAN Birdman is continuing to speak on his business ven tures outside of rap, this time the possibility of releasing books on his two biggest artists Drake and Lil Wayne. The rapper was recently outed by the Miariri Herald for speaking on his upcoming ownership of the Miami Dol phins, a claim the paper says was not true. Now the Cash Money head say he's a book deal with publishing company Simon & Schuster and plans to release books on the two rappers in the future. lil Jon To Be On New Season OI'Celebritv Apprentice LILJON Atlanta producer Lil Jon will be one of the contestants vying for a $250,000 contract to rux:i one of business mogul Donald Trump's cotnpa nies on the upcoming fourth season of Celebrity Apprentice. The Crunk energy drink commander will be featured on the show alongside Sur vivor winner Richard Hatch, supermodel Niki Taylor and disgraced base ball legend, Jose Canseco. Other stars reportedly set to star in the new season, which doesn't debut until next year, include Dionne Warwick, Sugar Ray's lead singer Mark McGrath and LaToya Jackson. Jon should have just as good of a chance to ""in as any of the other contestants, if not better. ity star MC Ian's Waiting to help distract her J:l Hammer is Exhale was more from her pain. lending his than just a best-Robin has an all-'N voice to help selling novel-its American cas e of g an Oakland publication was a shopaholism, while 0 family who watershed mothe big dream of lost their fament in literary her life-to wear a ther to can-MC HAMMER history. McMil-wedding dresshas cer and now Ian's sassy and vigone unrealized. faces losing their home. brant story about TERRY MCMILLAN And for years, Glo-MC Hammer Will be honfour Afric;an American women ria has taken happiness and ored at the "World Wide Hustruggling to find love and security for granted. But being manitarian Awards" during a their place in the world at the wrof\g place at the Kick-A-Than to help raise the touched a cultural nerve, inwrong time can change everyprofile of a fundraising event spired a blockbuster film, and thing. All four are learning to for the Platt family. generated a devoted audience. heal past hurts and to reclaim The California family is in Now, McMillan revisits their joy and their dreams; foreclosure after Florence Savannah, Gloria, Berna-but they return to us full of Platt's husband John, 38, dine and Robin 15 years spirit, sass, and faith in one. died Sept 15th from cancer. later. Each is at her own Twentieth Century Fox has To lend support for Flo-midlife crossroads: Savan-optioned to renee and her two children, nab has awakened to the fact adapt "Get-ten Bay area Taekwondo that she's made too many conting To schools and the Mountaincessions in her marriage, and Happy" to View Christian Center will decides to face life single the big screen 5 host the Kick-AThan, where again-at fifty-one. Berna-with McMil-:tJ students from each school will dine has watched her lan and Lori throw as many kicks as possimegadivorce settlement L a k i n en ble during the two minute dwindle, been swindled by her Hutch e rm time. Monies from the event husband number two, and son writing the script to-will be donated to the family. conned herself into thinking gether. No news on casting. z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "'tt c: m c en m c m < m -t c: m en c > z c

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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Funerals/Memoriam Memorial services for Mr. Henry Gibson of 4012 E. Paris Street, who passed away Monday, October 18, 2010, will be.held Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 1:30 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, with Dr. Charles L. Kennedy, officiating. Mr. Gibson was born March 2, 1941 in Tallahassee, MR. FRANK JONES, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Frank Jones, Jr., of 1601 E. !dell St., Tampa, who passed away Tuesday, Octo-. ber 12, 2010, will be held Sat-. urday, October 23, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Min. David Jones, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. FL. c He was preceded in death a: by: his parents, Joe and Rosa u. Gibson; brother, Rollie Price; C and sister, Josephine Nela-Mr. Jones was born September 22, 1929, ill Valdosta, Georgia. Mr. Jones enjoyed fishing. He was preceded in death by his parents, Annie Belle and Frank Jones, Jr. z cliff. He is survived by: his wife, Annie D. Jones; children, Mary Alice Jones, Frank Jones, III, Phillips Jones, Patricia Jones, Nince Jones, Alfonso Johnson, Melvin Jones, Joe Webb, Robert Webb, Maria Guest, Belinda Carter, Mildred Webb, Debra Webb, Andre Williams and Sheila Coonce; grandchildren, Darrien Jones, Nathaniel Jones, Terrail Jones, Frank, Jr. IV, Shantell Webb, Richard Manuel, Micheal Coonce, Jazimane Webb, Orlando Jones, Virginia Jones, Eric, Rio, Marjorie Golden, Monique Guest, Tiffany Webb, Austin Webb and Brandan McFadden; a host of grandchildren and 56 great grandchildren; brothers, Floyd Jones, Robert Jones, Jessie James Jones, Odell Jones, and J. Daniva Jones; sisters, Mary Louise < c en w 1-ft w > w c w J: en :::::i Ill ll. z i= w ...J ...J Ill ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u. < I c:o ,... He leaves to cherish his memories: children, Loveria Lewis (Benjamin, III) and Janice Gibson; grandchildren, Benjamin Lewis, IV Ashleigh Lewis and Joshua Tiller; brothers, James Gibson (Ruby), Roosevelt Gibson and Cleveland Gibson (Rainey);sister, Clara Shockness (Roberto); former spouse of 28 years, Margaret Stanley; afid a host of other relatives and friends. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME and Yovona Jones; and a host of other sorrowing friends and relatives. The viewing will be held on Friday, October 22, 2010, from 5-8 p; m; at Aikens Funeral Home. Family friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday at 10:45 a. m AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Phone Us At (813) 248-5000 Family Owned & Operated Everett-Derr & Anderson Funeral Home 5117 North 22nd Street Tampa, Florida 33610 RAYMOND AN:DERSON L.F.D 813-237-5775 Personalized Funeral Services Shjpping & Cremation Our l :am i lv Can Meet .I You' r Fmni!y\ Needs -------------------------MR. VELTON HORACE "BALBO" BANKS Mr. Velton H. Banks, 54, died Oct. 16, 2010, at Tampa General Hospital, He was born in Tampa and lived in Tampa all of his life. He enjoyed sports and ani-mals. Survivors include: son, Tavares Maurice Parks (Teresa); daughter, La'Kisha Banks; grandson, Tavares M. Parks, Jr.; mother, Corine Banks; sisters, Vickie B. Vasquez and Veronica B. Baity (Morgan); brothers, Terry Lightburn and Johnny Banks; 2 nieces and nephews, Marlin Johnson, Jumah Johnson, SanTiajo Vasquez andAntwan Vasquez, III. He was preceded in death by his father, John Banks Jr. You may visit www.Carnegiefuneralhome.c QID to send condolences. Services will be held at Mt. Olive A.M. E Church (West Tampa) at 11 a.m., Saturday, October 23, 2010. Viewing: Mt. Olive A M. E Church (West Tampa) from 6-8 p. m., Friday, October 22, 2010. At the family's request "THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING AFTER THE MESSAGE". Burial will be held at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery,_ 4650 E Hanna Ave. Tampa. Arrangements are under the care of Carnegie Funeral Home, Chiefland, FL. Services are under the direction of Carnegie-Dallas Funeral Services, 1479 MLK Avenue, Suite A, Clearwater FL, 1 -727-330-7661. CARNEGIE FUNERAL HOM,E MR. PAULGETZ Mr. Paul Getz was born on August 9, 1945. He was a Tampa native and he attended 0. L. P. H. Academy. He was well known for his giving spirit and an open heart with family and friends. Paul leaves behind: his parents, Roselia Fernandez and Carl L. Getz; brother, Frank Fernandez; nephew, Frank Fernandez, Jr.; 2 nieces, Tai Fernandez and Carissa Sheffield; close family members, the Prez family; Martinez family and the Velto family; and a large amount of very close and loving friends. Funeral services for Mr. Paul Getz will be held this Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, Elder John Geralds, Pastor of Re-born Christian Fellowship Center, officiating. Interment will be private. Visitation for Mr. Paul A. Getz will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends in the chapel from 6-7 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL ISIS FUNERAL C R CRE.\(,)TION PRICES JOHNHARMONLFD.813 626JAMESIIARMONLF. 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 3361 o D MR. MARVIN MESSER Mr. Marvin Messer was born November 9, 1935 He was a native of Seffner, FL, and attended Hillsborough County public schools. He was a lifelong resident of Seffner, FL. Mr. Messer was preceded in death by: his mother, Ms. Annie M. Messer; his father; Mr. Marvin Messer, Sr.; brother, Hayward Messer; and sisters, Sylvia Fleming and Lillie M. Messer. He leaves to cherish his memory: children, Robfn Messer Williams, Marvin Messer, Jr. III, Reginald Messer (Mary), George Messer, Sandra Warren (Willie), Randall Charles Smith, Paulette Peterson and Isoralee Gilbert, and their mother, Alma L. Gilbert; 3 si!_iters, Johnnie Mae Franklin,, Josephine Williams and Gloria Jean Ramirez (Wendell); nieces, JoAnne Shop, Yvonne Frank (Rodney), Natash Richardson (Bobby), Venus Marie Lovejoy, Ursula and Marcus Metz; nephews, Bill Messer, Johnathan, Bertrum, Jeffrey, and Victor Lee; grandkids, Cheryl Green, Latonya Brown, Sylvester Brown, Latamara Brown, Marvina Newton, David Messer, Duwan Messer, Monique Messer, Regina Messer, Maxine Messer, and George Messer, Jr.; special friends, Ms. Lilly Mae Davis, PC Wilson, Robert Lee (Bobby); a host of others, sorrowing family members and friends. A visitation for Mr. Marvin Messer will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. Interment will be private. A HARMON BURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ERNESTW. RICHARDS, SR. 10/23/1929 to 10/4/2003 It doesn't seem like 7 years have passed since you left us. Although you are gone from the body, you live on in our hearts. TheFamiiy.

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:::rJ Funerals/Memoriams c Iii daughter, Flora Jones; sister, ll Easter M. Gatlin; and brother p f Lespy Nelson, Sr.; grandchild-ren, Charles A., Patrick (Julia) 0 MRS. LILLIE C. PARAMOURE BRYANT The homegoing celebration for Mrs. Lillie C. (Lillian) Paramoure Bryant, who made her transition on Tuesday, October 12, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 N. Rome Avenue, Tampa, Reverend Dr. C. T. Kirkland, offiCiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Lillie C. (Lillian) Paramoure Bryant was born on December 18, 1916, in Marianna, FL. She was the first born to Mr. Lucious, Jr. and Mrs. Lillie Hayes Neison. She attended schools in Hillsborough County: Dunbar Elementary, Booker T. Washington .Jr. High and Middleton High School. She was a professional having worked .at Oak Park Laundry, Sunstate Stacks, and Tropical Garment. She also worked as a llinchroom worker for Hillsborough County Scliools, Foster mother and Shelter mother for over 35 years haviiig fostered and sheltered some 86 children until the ageof82. Preceding her in death were: her mother and father; son, Rev. Clifford Paramoure, Jr.; spouse, Isaiah Bryant; grandson, Derrick E. Howard; sisters, Lucille McCloud Park, Ruby Reese, and Lula Bell Allen; sister-in-law, Catherine Moncur Nelson; cousin, Ruth Brady; and nephew, James Gatlin, Jr. She leaves precious and loving memories with: her devoted, dedicated and loving daughter, Anita (friend, Ralston) Paramoure Howard; son-in-law, Charles B. Howard; stepdaughter, LoUise Morrow of Wtldwood; adopted daughter, Fannie (Eli) Rodgers; god-D. Victor (Maryvette) m Howard, Theresa Howard m Hepburn, Michelle and Byron :::rJ Paramoure of New Jersey, Thomas (Rhonda) Paramoure, Eric Paramoure of California, Debra Dooley, Otis (Debra) ..... Rivers, Angelia (Donnell) 0 Williams and Jennifer (David, Jr.) Randall of Dallas, TX, Cynthia (Archie) Washington, Benjamin Morrow of New York, Juanita Clark, James and Isaiah Morrow of Wildwood, and Renita Hadley; great grandchildren, Willie (Tasha) Brinson, Toni N. Antonio D., Victoria R., Meghan L., Patrick, II, Eric E . and Chace Howard, Ken'etia "Gegi" Bembow, Destin, Sabio and Reginald Paramour, Jr. and Plakisia Rainey; 8 great, great grandchildren; nieces and nephews, Delores Flowers and family, Robert (Clarice) Gatlin and family of Houston, TX, Jeanette (Elder Maurice) Davis and family of Lakeland, FL, Raymond (Juanita), Bernard and Rudolph McCloud and families, Shirley Williams, Sandra Lovelace, Marva Floyd and family, Deborah Nelson, Lespy, Jr. (Poca. hontas) Nelson, Michael Nelson, Catherine (George) Murphy, Kenneth Nelson, Cecelia (Ted) Lawson, Benjamin Nelson, Yvette Thomas, Wendell (Stephanie) Nelson, Vicki (Michael) Osborne, Sharon Nelson, Karen Nelson, Ricky (Barbara) Nelson, Bernadette Nelson and families, Odell, Jr. and Sonya Allen and families, Sherry (David) Hall of Katy, Texas, Craig, Ivan (Angela), Randy Reese and families, and Cindy (Louise) Henry; cousins, Betty Jo Hayes, Ingrid (Clarence) O'Neil, Clifford, Jr. (Saundra) Brady, Ernest Smith of Lakeland, the Alburys, Larrys and Saffores; devoted caregivers, her daughter; grandson, Tony; granddaughter, Cynthia, Waymon Saffore, Larry Roberts and Betty Sutton, Yvette Thomas and Lucille Williams; dedicated neighbors, Johnny Lou Haley and Ora Robert; and numerous other family andextended family. members and friends. Visitation for Mrs; Lillie C. Bryant will be held Friday, October 22, 2010, from 6-8 p. m. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, N. Rome Avenue, Tampa 33607, with the family receiving friends from 7-8 p. m. Relatives and friends are. asked to meet at the church at 12:45p. m. LAWSON FUNERAL HOME in charge of services. MRS. JOYCE M.GREEN Mrs. Joyce M. Green of 2141 West Grace Street, passed away Wednesday, October 13, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church; 2606 West Grace Street, with Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in. Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Joyce Green was anative of Huntsville, Alabama, and a resident of Tampa for 40 years. She attended Jefferson High School and was a member of Mt. Tabor .M. B . Church. She was a loving and caring housewife at her home in Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her father, Mayco Davis; sisters, Debbie and Loretta; brothers, Willie Lee, Charles and Jinuny; and nephew, Carl Davis, Jr. MRS. OLLIE S. H. HUNTER Mrs. Ollie S. H. Hunter of 11505 Moffat Place, Temple Terrace, FL, 33617 passed away Tuesday, October 19, 2010. A memorial service will be conducted Monday, October 25, 2010; at 1:30 p. m. at St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church, 2708 North Central Avenue, with Rev. Ernestein Flemister, Rector, officiating; Mrs. Hunter was a native of Tampa and a resident of Tampa for 71 years. She attended Middleton High School and Clark University and was a member of Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc., Retired and Proud, and Club 44 She was employed as an assistant principal at Middle School, 2001, and principal at Bible-Based School, 2001-2002. She leaves to cherish her memory: her sister, Mrs. Vissadean 0. H. Frierson (Rev. Harold H. Frierson); nieces, Ms. Cleodell P. Mitchell (Mr. Ray Rivers), Ms. Ophelia Moore, Ms. Joyce Ann Moore, and Ms. Alicia M. Spencer; 'nephews, Mr. Lucion L. Spencer (Carolyn), Mr. Charles E. Moore, Mr. Jonathan Spencer, Mr. Victor Pilcher and wife, Mr. Vernest Pilcher and wife, Mr. Morris Lee Moore, Mr. Jermayne Kirkland and wife, Ms. Jennaye Kirkland, Mr. Deontaye Kirkland and Mr. Ira Frierson; honored goddaughters, Mrs. Lucinda Boddie (Mick) and Ms. Teresa Baillou; and other family members and cherished friends. Beginning at 5 p. m., Sun-day, October 24, 2010, there will be a Wake Memorial at St. James House of Prayer, which will include Memorial Ceremonies by the Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc. the Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc There will be NO PUBLIC VIEWING. MRS.CORINE HOUSTON LYLE Mrs. Corhie Houston Lyle of Tampa, passed away Thursday,October14,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8616 Progress Boulevard, with Dr. Sam Maxwell, Senior Teaching Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Hillsboro Memorial Gardens. Born October 23, 1926, to the late Leroy and Ruby Houston, Mrs. Lyle was a native of Quincy, FL, a resident of Tampa. She was a homemaker. She leaves to cherish her memory: her children, Emery Yawn,. Jr. (Rosie), Margie Yawn, Larry Yawn (Marsha), Phyllis Hill, Cynthia McCord (Ronald), Jeffrey Yawn (Lisa), 'and Douglas Yawn (Jackie); step<;hildren, Brenda -Lyle and Cheryl Lyle; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; brother, James Houston (Dean); sister, Frances Newsome (Moses, Jr.); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 22, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, www. raywilliams-funeralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM r-0 :!:! c )> en m z ::! z m r-m c:: r r-. m ::! z "D c:: aJ c en ::I: m c m < m :::rJ < -t c:: m en c )> z c :!:! c BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM She leaves to cherish her memory: her husband of 30 years, Kenneth Green; mother, Georgia Lee Davis; 3 daughters, Michelle Lyle (Gabriel), Keysha Green (Clarence), and Natasha Monroe (Raheem); stepdaughter, Sheri Green (Amanzo); a very special niece, Shewanda Johnson (Marco), whom she raised like a daughter of her own; 2 special nephews, Terry Davis and Mario Davis; 2 sisters, Wanda Heredia (Richard) and Roslyn Clark; 6 brothers, George Davis (Stacey), Marcus Davis (Juanese), Kim Davis, Larry Davis (Joyce) Carl Davis (Vanessa) and Aaron Ashley; 4 grandchildren, Lasruick Edmead, Ha'Kee m Monroe, Zai'Lell Monroe and Brianna Sampson; 2 step-grandchildren, Daveon and Daquon Green; 2 aunts, Marie Humphrey (Roosevelt) and special aunt, Juanita Garzon (Frantz); 3 uricles -special uncle, Deacon Willie Lee Davis (Dorothy), John Davis (Rose) and James Collier (Ruby); special cousins, Horace Burnett and Willis Lane; special friends, Vickey and Darliscia; father-in-law, Alphonso Howard; 3 brothers-in-law, Marc, Eric and AI; 9 sisters-in-law, Frances, Lisa, Cynthia, Gwendolyn, Shirley, Wanda, Crystal, Joyce and Evelyn; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com CARTER E. I REED, SR. October 19, 1956 ..January 20, 2010 JOHN 3:16, "For God so loved the world that He gave His one and onty Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life." . If God had given us a choice from a million, we still would have chosen you. We love and miss you with all of our hearts. Your son, Carter, Jr.; sis. ters, Diane, Mattie, Janie and Lena; and uncle, Donnie "Paul" Hicks, The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 22, 2010, at Ray Wtlliams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends 6-7 p. m Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. ESTELLA JONES. January.23-October 22, 2003 To our dear loved one, thinking of you makes us smile because we're remembering what a blessing. you were in our life. 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c a: LL c z <( c en w :J 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: en :J Ill :J D.. z i= w ...J ...J :J Ill ...J w z i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL <( I 0 C\1 w e,:, MRS. CHRISTINE MCCARTER Mrs. Christine McCarter of Tampa, passed away Thursday,October14,201o. Funeral services will be Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church, 2002 North Rome Avenue, with Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Christine McCarter was a native of Tampa, and a resident of Tampa for 71. years. She attended Howard W. Blake High School and was a member of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church. She served as the recording secretary of Congress #6 of Southern Florida Progressive Baptist Association, Rev. Aurthur Smith, president; Dr. C. T. Kirkland, moderator, Mrs. McCarter was preceded in death by: her father and mother, Christopher and Eula Thomas; husband, Willie James McCarter; a daughter, Vanessa Denson; a grandson, Albert Perry, .Jr.; and a granddaughter, Crissy Walker. She leaves to cherish her memory: four daughters, Cheryl McCarter, Sheila McCarter, Tonja McCarter, and Tanja and husband, James Walker; two sons, Willie James McCarter, Jr. and Reginald McCarter; a sister, Sandra McDuffie of Charlotte, NC; three brothers, Frederick Thomas, Rodney Thomas, and Gregory Thomas; 13 grandchildren, Corey Perry, Shawn McCarter, James Staten, Jr., Todd Norwood, Brandon Gilchrist, James Walker, III, Javaris Walker, Reginald McCarter, Jr., Brittany McCarter, Aaron Denson, Yolanda Denson, Rolanda Denson, and Christopher Denson; 22 great-grandchildren; 7 .__nieces and 5 nephews; and a host of friends. The will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 22, 2010, at Ray Williams Fum!ral Home, Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliams-funeralhome.com. Mr. Freddie Wiggins of 318 East Frances Avenue, passed away Monday, October 11, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, 4025 West Palmetto Street, with Pastor Anthony Greene, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born June 28, 1941, to Mr. and Mrs. Deal \Viggins, Mr. Freddie Wiggins was a native of Blakely, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 49 years. He attended Washington High School in Early County, and was a member of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens. He was employed as a truck driver for the City of Tampa for 30 years. Mr. Wiggins was pre<;eded in death by: his father, Deal Wiggins; mother, Freddie Wiggins; sons, Nathaniel Wiggins and Shannon Wiggins; brother, James Wiggins; and sister, Willie Eva Wiggins. He leaves to cherish his memory: a loving and devoted wife, Mrs. Yvonne Wiggins; daughter, Linda Oxendine and husband, Eddie; sons, Clanda Wiggins and fiancee, Peggy Crawford, and Darren Wiggins and fiancee, Kathy \Villiams; grandchildren, Tasha Moore, Debra Eskridge and husband, Jermaine, Isaiah Jacobs, Kalisa Richardson, Katonya /Richardson, Tavaris Gant, Thelma Wiggins, Ciara Robertson, Chalise Robertson, Anthony Wiggins, De' Andre Rodriguez, Shannon Wiggins and Shannon Wiggins, Jr.; 27 great grandchildren; brother, Leroy Wiggins and wife, Louise; sisters-inlaw, Louise Wells, Lucille Wiggins and Eunice Flemings; brothers-in-law, Willie Wells, Jr., Joseph Grace, Sandy Flemings and Darryl Patrick; nieces and nephews; and a host of other loving relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 m., Friday, October 22, 2010, at Ray Williams neral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. NOVEMBER .2ND STAFF SGT. 'DIETRICH COLEMAN Army, Retired) Staff Sgt. Dietrich Coleman (U. S. Army, Retired) passed away on Sunday, ber 17,2010, in Tampa. Homegoing _celebration will be held on Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Bishop R. L. Rushing of Rushing Mighty Wind Gospel Ministries of Walthourville, GA, officiating. Interment will be made on Monday, October 25, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell,FL. He was born on November 6, 1931, in Marianna, FL. Dietrich retired from the U. S. Army and Florida Steel. Before settling in Tampa, he lived in several states and countries, while on active duty. He was a proud veteran of theW ar in Korea. Surviving family members include: six children, Denise Crapps and Dennis Coleman, both .of Tampa, Ralanda Barnes (Tom) of Frederick, MD, Valanda Chapman (Eric) of Key West, Shondrikiah and Tramekiah Coleman, both of Gainesville, FL; 15 grandchil-. dren; 2 sisters, Ella Rhea Meyers and Marchelle Coleman; brother, Coy Lee Coleman, Jr.; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. Preceding him in death was: his father, Coy Lee Coleman, Sr.; mother, Lillie A. Jackson; sister, Willie Mae Washington; brother, Fred' Glover; and son, Dietrich Coleman, Jr. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 8-9 p. m., Friday, October 22, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday. "A \VILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website At: flsentinel.com Mrs. Bettye A. Copeland was born in Byromville, GA, on June 16, 1939, to the late Felton andAlverna Young. She relocated to Tampa in 1955 She married James Copeland, Jr. in 1957 She graduated from Middleton High School in 1958. Mrs. Copeland was a member of New Mt. Zion Baptist Church where she served on the Usher Board for several years. Later when she moved to Land O'Lakes, she joined Victorious Life Church where she served as a Greeter, until she became ill. Mrs. Copeland worked for Hillsborough County School System for 33 years and held the position of Cafeteria Manager for Potter Elementary and later at Benito Middle ,School from where she retired. On October 11, 2010, she was called home to her Heav-enly Father. She was preceded in death by her son, Michael Anthony. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her! a loving devoted husband of almost 53 years, James Copeland, Jr.; son, Rickey Copeland (Melida); daughter, Valencia Porter (Andre); 4 grandchildren; 3 brothers, Oscar Young, Sr., C. Young (Ruth) and Thomas J. Young (Lonnie); 2 sisters, Ida M. Horton and Verna-M. Hill; 2 sistersin-law, Vernell Young and Evelyn Young; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 5-:-9 p. m. and the wake will be held from 5-6 p. m., Friday, October, 22, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home. The funeral serVice will be held on Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Victorious Life Church, 6225 Old Pasco Road, Wesley Chapel, FL, 33544, with Pastor Ed R,.usso and Pastor Dennis Bingham, officiating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park qeme--tery, Tampa. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at ap -10:45 a. m., Saturday; In lieu of flowers, _please make memorial donations in Bettye's name to 'LifePath Hospice, 12973 N. Telecom Pkwy., Suite; 100, Temple Terrace, FL, 33617 "A \VILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MS. SUSAN MAE GODBOLT Homegoing celebration for Ms. Susan Mae Godbolt of Tampa, will be held Saturday, October 23, 2010, at 12 noon, at Revealing Truth Ministries, 5201 N Armenia Avenue, Pastor Greg Powe is the Senior Pastor with Pastor Keith Walker, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Susan Mae Godbolt was born Susan Mae Grayson on May 24, 1952, Tampa. She was raised in Ybor City (8th Avenue) and Jackson Heights areas of Tampa and educated in the public. schools of Hillsborough County. Sue Mae, as she was affectionately known,-was diagnosed with COPD in 2000. Susan was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital on April1, 2010, and spent the final days of her life there. Susan returned home to her Heavenly Father on Octo" her 12, 2010, after a long hard fight. Susan gave her life to the and spent her final years as a faithful member of Revealing Truth Ministries being led and-fed by Pastors Greg and Deborah Powe and Pastor Keith Walker. Susan was preceded iil death by: her parents, William Henry Grayson, Sr. and Mary Mae Grayson; her paternal grandmother, for whom she is named, Susie Love Grayson; and her grandchildren, Dovonte Lee, Lucas Lee and Whitney Carpenter. Susan leaves precious memories of her with: her children; John Graham, Jr. and friend, Ms. Willie Mae Peoples, Kerrick Graham and friend, Christie, and Charletta Bedsole and hus-' band, Ron. Susan had five grandchildren, Joshua Lee, Tyree, Keylee Harris, Kerrick Graham, Jr. and Destiny Conklin. Susan's siblings are: William Grayson, Jr.. and, wife, Barbara, Rich'ard Grayson, Sandra Owens and Dolly Grayson. Susan lilso leaves : her cousins; Pastor Wendell (Alice) Pope, Sr. and family and Iceola McPherson; and family along witli 15 nieces and nephews, 26 'great nieces and great nephews; Susan's sisters-in-law and sisters in Christ, Johitnie Mae Godbolt, Varressee Rubin, Carol Grayson, Pearlie Grayson, Darlene Campbell an_ d Olivia Carmichael Brown; and her Revealblg Truth Ministries family. The remains Will repose from 5-9 p; m. and the family will receivefriends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, Octooer 22, 2010, at Wilson Funeral Home, 300.0 N. 29th 'Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 11:45 a. m., Saturday. "A \VILSON SERVICE" www.wiJsoo-funeralbome.com

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MRS. CHRISTINE LAWSON Mrs. Christine Lawson, after suffering from a chronic illness, was called home to be with the Lord on October 17, 2010. She had just celebrated her 90th birthday with family at the South Tampa Health & Rehabilitation Center 'in Tampa. Christine was born in Ocala, FL, on October 8, 1920, to Ms. Ollie Bell Blake McKay and Mr. John McKay. Christine was the second oldest of six siblings and two stepsisters. She attended grade school and Howard Academy High in Ocala. On February 15, 1946, she married Napoleon Lawson in Ocala, FL. Shortly after their marriage, they moved to Boston, Massachusetts. While residing iit Boston, Christine worked for several families doing domestic work. Many of families often referred to her as a member of their own famiJy. In 1985, Christine and Napoleon retired and returned to Florida. She enjoyed playing .the Daily Lottery, playing cards, traveling, visiting cooking Sunday dinner for her family, meeting with her prayer band members, and daily activities at her community center. Christine is survived by: her belovecJ husband of sixty-four years, Napoleon Lawson; two surviving sisters, Ann McKay Brown and Marie McKay Brown, both residing in Miami, FL; nieces, Gloria Jean McKay, Brenda Phillips, Linda White, VanessaBright, Judy Phillips and Audrey Brown; nephew, John McKay; great nieces, -Sheila McKay, Regina Phillips and Keisha McKay; great nephews, Darryl McKay, John McKay, Jr. and Alfred Phillips; greatgreat niece, Tanzania Phillips; and a host of other relatives and friends. Predeceased are: four siblings, Louis McKay, Catherine McKay, Jeanie Mae McKay and Teresa Phillips; and nephews, Leonard Phillips, Lester Brown and Alfred Phillips. The memorial service will be held at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, located at 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605, at 1 p. m. on Monday, {)ctober 25, 2010, with the Dr. Sain Maxwell, Senior Teaching Pastor of 1st Baptist Church of Progress Village, officiating. "A WILSON SERVICE www.wilson-funeralbome.com MS. ANNIE CATHERINE WRIGHT Ms. Annie Catherine Wright, "Annie Cat," passed away on Wednesday, October 13,2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 23,201o,at11a.m.atWilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with the Reverend Oscar Johnson, ,Jr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ms. Wright was a native of Tampa for over So years. She attended both private and public school in Hillsborough County. Ms. Wright graduated from Clark College in Atlanta, GA, in 1949 She taught science at various schools in Florida. She retired from the Pinellas County School System in June 1984. She was a long time member of Greater Bethel Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Willie and Ale an Wright; and her sister, Doris Hayes Nottingham. She leaves to cherish many fond memories of her life with: her sisters, Willie Beatrice Frazier and Alean Engram; nieces, Yvonne McDonald and husband, Isaiah, Gwendolyn Lundy and husband, Gerald, Cynthia Williams, Debra Reynolds and Gloria Scott and busband, Rodney; nephews, Roosevelt Frazier, Jr., Adell Engram, Jr., Willie .Engram ari. d wife, Cheryl, Fred Engram and wife, Penny, and Keith Engram and wife, Adriane; and a host of grand and great grand nephews, special friends and former students. The remains will repose 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, October 22, 2010 at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at. 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-fuperalbome.com "The Voice .of Our Community Speaking forltself" 813) 248-1921 MINNIE FLOYD It's been a year now and wow, how much we miss you. I wish you were still here. You said "May the work I've done speak for me, and it still carries on. Love, Katrina, Coller, Willie, grand and great grandchildren. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM GARY COOPER 10/22/1988 Happy birthday, Gary. We miss you very much. We do understand that you are at a better place than. us. From, your physical families and your spiritual families. (BUSTER) WILLIE JAMES HART 10/23/1953-1/9/2010 God called, angels came, carried you away on that cold January day. Peace at last. No more pain, you're home now, but left your name. Buster, you're spoke of on a daily basis. You always made people feel important, made them happy and always made them laugh. You could make new friends with a flash of your smile, by telling a joke or a simple handshake. You're one of the smartest men and best truck drivers ever known. The memories and stories you've told and shared, now we tell them too, along with the ones we've made with you. You'll never be forgotten and spoken of for generations yet to come. You're so deeply missed by family and friends and ine most of all. You've instilled in us to be strong, to aim high and get along. To keep your head up, be the best at what you do, that family is important and friends, too. -Wonderful husband, father and provider too, we wanted for nothing, thanks to you. If we could have one thing, we'd all agree, it would be to have more time to spend with you. 'Till we're together happy birthday, I love you. Your loving wife, Teresa (Buster) Hart. "Special" shouts from: (son) Willie James, Jr.; (sisters) Sylvia and Julia. Also celebrating his birthday, October 22nd is (brother) Lemoyne (Rabbit) Hart and Buster, Teresa's daughter, Karissa (Skooby) Hart will be celebrating hers on October 25th and special shout from best friend, Rev. Jackson and family, and Dane Tripp, and to all our many October birthdays, happy birthday. God bless, we love you. Isn't life beautiful? We want you to enjoy it for as long as you can. Did you know it is recommended t 1hat for most women, high-quality mammography screening should begin at age 407 As risk factors 1 vary in everyone, each woman and her doctor i the plan that's for her. Most organiZations retommend screen1ng every one to two years, some recommenq it take place every yW: Why not make your appointment today? HOME 3000 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 6053350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com of Wilson Ho.me hlational Breast Cancer Awareness Month "T1 r 0 :!! c > CJ) m z :::1 z m I""' m <= r r m ::::! z <= m r Cii :::t m c m < m -4 <= m CJ) c > z c "T1 :!! c

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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks N' N a: w m (.) 0 > < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ..... w > w c w ::I: en :::::i m -11. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J LL ALBERTA BATCHELOR Mother IN MEMORIAM BILLY BATCHELOR Brother LOUISE RIGGINS Sister In memory of our mother, brother and sister. You are forever remembered in our hearts. Love, Bettye Batchelor Brown, Barbara Batchelor and family. IN MEMORIAM NATHANIEL (NAY) JACKSON, JR. May 5, 1951 -October 25, 2009 God said youcould not stay, but our love for you will never fade away . When we ask you why, you only smile and say, ,because God needed me this day. They say you've reached the end of your time, but God says only to the next level have you climbed Missing hearing you call and smg, 1Ijust called to say I love you.' Love always, the Jackson family. MISSING YOU MINNIE FLOYD Not a day goes by that I doll't think of your smile, laugh, jokes and touch. What I wouldn't do to see or hear your voice again. Missing you daily and living for you. Behind every woman stands .an inspira_tion and you're I loye you granny! Love; Alexis. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. ALTHEA WALKER We have lost our but heaven has gained an angel. We miss you, mom!! Love, Tonya, Dina, Nothela and Aquarius. Happy birthday, October22nd. MEMORY OF MR. DALLAS -L.BROWN You've been gone 8 years and I still miss you. IN LOVING MEMORY ROBERT J. L. GREEN 3/30/31-10/20/02 Sadly missed by all your children, grands, great grands, sisters and friends IN MEMORIAM THEBOLDENS Gone, but not forgotten. Love, Tony. CIRLE OF LIFE ENDED SEPTEMBER 24,2010 ESTELLA BUTLER WILLIAMS Estella's family acknowledges with grateful appreciation, all acts of kindness rendered to them during the illness and subsequent demise of their loved one, Estell. Many visits, telephone calls, prayers, cards, florals and other sympathetic gestures are deeply appreciated. May you be forever blessed by our Holy Father. The Williams, Guy and Carrington families. .CARD OF THANKS BISHOP EARL H. BRIGHT, SR. I would like to tfiailk everyone for your sions of comfort to my familyandme. Thank you for the cards, calls, kind words, gifts, Hospice contributions, online condolences, plants and most of all your prayers. Special thanks to: Reverend W. D. Sims, myfellow funeral directors, Mother Jeannie Jenkins, St. John's Cathedral, Ms. Sheila Youngblood and Ms. Ola Abreu, Mother Sheila l.illie and the New Palm River COGIC, 100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, Paulette V. Thomas, Robert A. Sturgis, Badger and the entire staff of the Wilson Funeral Home for l outstanding job. There were too map.y: names to mention, but I thank you all and I pray God's blessings upon you. Wayne L. Bright and the entire Bright Family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM HENRY And LOUISE BOLDEN Belated birthday wishes to my parents, Louise and. Henry Bolden. IN MEMORIAM-.. SHIRLEY L. BELL 8/29/1946-10/13/2010 . In loving memory of our mother. We will miss you. Keep smiling and making everyone in heaven laugh. Love, Jackie, Carla; Tina and John. We .will always love you. nhanced

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Inmate Anacks Deputies In Escape Anempt JACKIE ALLEN RANDALL, JR. On Tuesday, two deputies were attacked by an inll).ate in an escape attempt. According to the Sheriffis Office, deputies had transported Jackie Allen Randall, Jr., 28, to the Bloomingdale Radiology Office on Bell Shoals Road to receive medical treatment. Deputies said while at the office, Randall tried to escape and a violent struggle took. place between Randall and the two deputies. All three were transported to local hospitals for treatment. Deputies reported that during the struggle, Randall tried to take one of the deputy's firearms. According to arrest reports, Randall had been arrested October 8th in Pinellas Countyon robbery, robbery with a firearm and being a felon in possession of a firearm He also had attempted to escape from their facility, and was deemed an escape risk before he was transported to Hillsborough County. Randall now has additionally been charged with attempted escape, attempted murder of two law enforcement officers, felony battery on two law enforcement officers, depriving a law enforcement officer of his protection, resisting law enforcement officers with violence, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. He is being held without bond. suspectSouuhtForAuto -Theft, Child Abduction JABARI PATTERSON ... suspect in the child abduction/ auto theft Tuesday ST. PETERSBURG-St. Petersburg Police are inves,. tigatir.tg a child abduction and auto theft that occurred early Tuesday morning. Police said officers were called out to a report of a child abduction/ auto theft at the Choice Food Store on 5th Avenue, South In the incident, police said 'Courtney Porter, 25, went inside the store, leaving her 6-year-old son, Amare, sleeping, and the keys in the ignition. A man got into the car drove it away from the store with the child inside, and Porter yelling for him to stop. Police said the suspect reportedly told Amare his mother was on the way to get him, then got out of the car and ran away. The vehicle was recovered 9 minutes later by officers in an alley with the child inside unharmed. Police said because the vehicle's windows were tint ed, they believe the suspect .did not know a child was inside when he took the car. Thesuspect in the theft and abduction has been identified as Jabari Shaquil Patterson, 1'/'. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Communications Center at (727) 893-7780. Anonymous tipsters can call the tip line at (813) 892-5000 or text a tip at (727) 420-8911 Founh Suspect Charged In Restaurant Robberv EDGAR COLON Tampa Police detectives investigating the robbery of a Tampa restaurant have discovered that the incident appears to have been an inside job. Early Monday morning, three men were arrested and chaaged with robbing Charley's Steakhouse on Cypress Avenue. Police initially arrested Kyle Larson, Osvaldo Martinez, and Rogelio Torres for the incident. During a follow up investi gation, detectives identified a fourth suspect, Edgar Colon, 2i, and arrested him at his residence. He was charged with criminal con spiracy, armed robbery with a firearm, aggravated battery, aggravated assault, battery and false imprisonment. Detectives discovered that Colon and one of the other defendants were employees of Charley's Steakhouse, and provided inside information. Detectives are also investigating all four men as suspects in other robberies. "The vbic e of Our Community Speaking j(Jr Itself' (813) 248-1921 State Can't Name Abuser So Parents Are Free 0 (') d OJ m 1\) 1\) CAROUNA PENA In May 2010, a 2-year-old was in a pediatric intensive unit fighting for her life. Doctors discovered the child had fractured ribs, a severed pancreas, bite marks on her buttocks and thigh, and a fork-shaped bum on her knee. The child's parents, Carolina Pena and Isidro Rosario were arrested. Hillsborough County prosecutors however wonit pursue charges against the couple. A prosecutor noted in a file that it was obvious the injuries the child suffered were inflicted by a parent, but it was not clear which one. The child was taken to a clinic for a swollen belly, and later rushed to Tampa General Hospital after doctors saw the of her injuries. ISIDRO ROSARIO At that time, Pena, 22, was charged with aggravated child abuse and neglect, and Rosario, 27, was charged with child neglect and failure to report abuse. Investigators said blunt trauma caused the child's pancreatic injury and distended stomach. Both par ents said they thought it was gas, authorities said. en According to reports, Pena sajd she called her mother-in-::::! law fm.: advice and Rosario Z said he went to the pharmacy to see if medicine could help. OJ Explanations were also given C for the other injuries. J= Pena told authorities the m child has_ gained 30 pounds and is doing well. She is in the care of the Department of Children and Families, who is still investigating the abuse. ., c OJ r-c;; ::I: m c Oft Dutv Police Captain Arrests Robberv suspect : m < m -I c m CJ) White's 14-year-old son. White then took Johnson into custody and held him until back up officers arrived. c l> z c LAKELAND -Lakeland Police report that police Captain Victor White was leaVing a restaurant on Friday evening with his two sons when he heard a woman screaming for help. Captain White saw Robert_ Heney Johnson, 24, punching Maria Amaiz, 48, several times in the face as he took her purse form her, police said. The victim, Amaiz, received non-life threatening injuries during the incide .nt and her purse was returned to her; "" police said. Johnson fled with the victim s purse as White and his sons chased him. As White and his sons neared the sus pect, Johnson reportedly turned and tried to strike Johnson was subsequently charged with strong robbery. :police are also looking into whether John.son was involved in a strong armed robbery attempt at Lakesid e Village a few minutes prior to this incident. ''CALL RICKY'' RIC-KY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY -Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 Hrs. FREE Co'nsultation ;g G> m 1\) w I 'b

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0 ..... 0 N N N a: w m 0 1-u 0 c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c (/) w 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: (/) :::i m a. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL Making This Right Beaches Claims Cleanup Economic Investment Environmental Restoration Health and Safety Wildlife For general information visit: bp.com For help or information: (866) 448-5816 restorethegulf .gov Facebook: BP America Twitter: OBP ..America YouTube: BP For claims information visit bp.com/claims floridagulfresponse.com 0 2010 BP. E&P I was born in New Orleans. My family still lives here. We have to restore the Guff communities for the shrimpers, fishennen, hotel and restaurant o\IV17ers who live and work here. -Iris Cross, BP Community Outreach No oil has flowed into the Gulf for weeks. But we know this is just the beginning of our work. BP has taken full responsibility for the cleanup in the Gulf and that includes keeping you informed. Restoring GuH Communities we can't undo this tragedy. But we can help people get back on their feet. We have been working with impacted communities since day one. Partnering with local goverm:nents and community organizations, my j ob is to l i sten to people's needs and frustrations and find ways to help We have 19 community centers and teams in four states ,l istening and helping Restoring The Economy BP is here in Gulf communities with shrimpers, fishermen, hotel and restaurant owners, helping to make them whole. More than 120,000 claim payments totaling over $375 million have already gone to people affected by the spill. We have committed a $20 billion independent fund to pay all legitimate claims, including lost i ncomes until people impacted can go back to work. And none of this will qe pai d by taxpayers. BP has also given grants of $87 million to the states to help tourism recover and bring people back to the Gulf beaches. Restoring The Environment We're going to keep looking for oil and cleaning it up if we find it. Teams will remain in place for as long as it takes to restore the Gulf Coast. And we've dedicated $500 million to work with local and national scientific experts on the impact of the Spill and to restore environmental damage Thousands of BP employees have their ro6ts in the Gulf. We support over 10,000 jobs in the region and people here are our neighbors. We know we haven't always been perfect, but we will be here until the oil is gone and the people and businesses are back to normal. We will do everything we can to make this right.

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The 18th Annual Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc., held its 18th Annual Anniversary Luncheon on October 13th at the Hyatt, Downtown Tampa. The theme for the luncheon was The Power of Partnerships for Non-Profit Sustainability." In lieu of keynote speakers, the organization celebrated its anniversary. by .listening to the voices of some of the people impacted by the ser vices offered. Some of those who shared their experiences included John Sykes, of JHS Management LLC; Donald Phoenix, Southern District Director of Neighborworks America; former board member, and Ms. Darlene Johnson, of Bank of America. Ms. Toni Watts, President and CEO said the organization has made great strides in East Tampa since its inception nearly 20 years ago. She also announced that she is stepping down at the end of the month to ded icate more time to family. (Photography by BRUNSON). CDC of Tampa, Inc. Board member Charles Young, Jr., and Ms. Sharece Young are shown seated. Ms. Evangeline Best, who is also a board member, is standing. Among those attending the 18th Anniversary Luncheon for the CDC of Tampa, Inc., were Ernest Coney, Sr., Ms. Carol Taylor, Ms. Susan Sykes, Ms. Darlene Johnson, Ms. Tatiana Denson, and Ms. Denese James-Meteye. State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Marvin Knight, Ms. Janee Murphy, Ms. Sharon Carter, Ms. Yvette Lewis, and Tarance LeNoir were among those who attended the luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Grace) Jones were among the luncheon attendees. Members of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., shown with the founder are on the front row: David Jones, Mrs. Chloe Coney, founder, Ms. Toni Watts, CEO and President, Ernest Coney, Jr., Ron Bradford, and Ms. Yvonne Douglas. Shown standing are: Ms. Carol Taylor, Ms. Davida Bowen, Ms. Sheryl Jackson, Eric Muniz, Beliz Davila, Marquaz McGhee, Ms. Sharon Perdue, Albert Jackson, Ms. Lafe Thomas, Ms. Yefflee Ann Jones and Ms. Karen Daley. ED JOHNSON East Tampa Development Manager LES MILLER, JR Ms. Carla Jackson and Ms. Stephanie Theaker attended the luncheon. Ms. Kim Headland and Ms. Shannon Edge were among those in attendance at the CDC of Tampa, Inc., Anniversary Luncheon recently. Ray and Stephanie Hammie attended the luncheon. Ms. Grace Miranda and Ms. Linda Smart attended the luncheon. Ms. Sheryl Jackson is shown with Ms. Carol Taylor, a Vista Volunteer. Some of the luncheon attendees at the Tampa Housing Authority Table were Ms. Tanja Spence, Ms. Lucy Lamy, Ms. Amy Pena, Rueben Padgett, Ms. Billie Griffin, Michael Butler and Stephen Ladd.

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Features N C\1 a: w m 0 1-(.) Aniique ear Wins Several Bav Area Competitions And Trophies 0 c a: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The name of Danny Green draws instant recognition in the Tampa Bay Area as well as nationally. The reason the model is so popular is that he travels extensively to all of the awards programs and mingles with the stars on a regular basis. However, what many people may not know is that Green is also an antique car enthusi ast. In fact, Green owns two antique cars that he displays during car shows. He recently began entering the vehicles that have their original inte rior and engines, into compe titions. > "I just started entering them <( in competitions during the C last 3 months. So far, I have fE won "1..st Place," "Best In c Show," or "Best Overall" Z in every competition, he said. To date, he has collected <( more than 20 trophies and has several additional com pew titions lined up for the remainder of the month. One > trophy won for Best Overall ffi won on October 2nd stands 6 > feettall. w c w :I: en ::::i m :::l c. Danny Green stands beside his 1931 Ford Model A. The vehicle has won several competitions in the last 3 months. He further stated that he is the only African American in the state who owns these types of antique cars. He said others own hot rods. When I go to competitions, no one expects a young Black man to own a vehicle like this. They expect a much older per son, so I get lots of stares." I always wanted an antique car as a littl e boy, but I thought I would never be able to afford one. I was looking on the Internet when I saw it and I bought it." Green said he purchased the 1931 Ford Model A 11 years ago from a museum in Illinois. He purchased the 1936 Ford 8 years ago. Green said Ms. Elena Ford, the great granddaughter of Henry Ford, rode in his 1931 Ford Model A. A Tampa native, Green, 49 graduated from Tampa Technical High School. He served his country as a member of the U. S. Army for 22 years. Currently, he is a Route Manager for Brinks, Inc. z i= w ...J ...J :::l m ...J w z t=; z w UJ < 0 Thinking about buying .your first home? a: 0 ...J LL m I I w We're here to help you. Our online home loan guide gives you the answers you need to be a successful homeowner. Learn how much you can comfortably afford. Get a clear explanation of the entire home loan process. ; Find a local Bank of America loan expert who will be with you every step of way Go to banko f america.com j myhom e o r call1.800.301.3892. Bank of America. Home Loans Event Organizer wants More Black Men To Raise Their Children BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter For the past four years, David Denson has been the organizer for the local Million Father's March The Million Father's March is an event created in Chicago, Illinois by the Black Star Project, and its intent was to draw fa thers back into the lives of their children, especially their sons. This year's event, held in Au gust, drew 44,000 fathers in Hillsborough County, 43,000 in Polk County, 25,000 in Pasco County, and 29,000 in Levy County. Denson said nation wide, more than 8oo,ooo fathers took part in the marc;:h. "For some, 8oo,ooo may be enough, but we would still like to reach our goal of a million fa thers or more. It is encouraging, however, to see the numbers go up by 200,000 from last year.'' "We want to keep this going, and we need more Black men to step up. Our Black males are be coming an endangered species and that's a trend that has to stop. Too many agencies are profiting from the lives of our Black men and not offering them opportunities to keep them out of jail.' Denson said he feels the cur rent system is intentionally structured to make sure the op portunities for Black males ru:e DAVID DENSON limited. "When the father is not a con stant part of a child's life, they tend to stay away, especially when it comes to their sons, We need the fathers to raise their children, even if they aren't directly involved with the moth ers." "Fathers must stop turning their backs on their children be cause of child support or other issues the child has nothing to do with.' : Denson said he plans to or ganize a group of men to stage other events with hope ofbring ing more Black men together so they cal! see for themselves the importance of holding on to their sons and daughters. "No father enjoysseeing his sort go to prison, but when you aren't there to teach them, dis cipline them, and show them another way, they take the ad vice of those close to them, and more times than not, that means criminals.'' (.!) Bank of America, N.A.1 Member FDIC.1it Equal Housing Lender. Credit and collateral are subject to approval. Terms and conditions apply. This )s not a cOmmitment t o lend. Programs, rates, teons and conditions are subject to change without notiCe. @.> 2010 BanR of America Corporation ARS5HOX1 '

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And DARIELLE ,, ;_Birthday wishes go out to Darielle (Oct. 1) and _Destiny Dixon (Oct. 19). -. LADYFIVE ,
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Recentlv laNitra's Divine Hair Studio I Married :====::============: a SEDRICKAnd YCONIA BRANHAM CHERYL DANZEY This year calls for a double nickel (55) birthday celebration. Cheryl just returned from a trip to Montego Bay, Jamaica. She will be celebrating on Saturday with family and friends with an All-White birthday party. LANITRA Owner Of LaNitra's Divine Studio Congratulations to LaNitra, staff and loyal customers for 10 wonderful years in buslness. Happy 10th anniversary at LaNitra's Divine Studio. Sedrick and Yconia Branham celebrated their wedding on Sunday, October 10th. Center Plans 'Gathering 01 Neighborhood Voices' We want to thank everyone for sharing in our happiness and excitement on our special day! On Saturday, October 23rd, the Center for Equal Health will host a meeting at Middleton High School, 4801 N. 22"d Street. The event will take place from 3:30p.m. to 6 p.m. During the event entitled "Gathering Of Neighborhood Voices," those in attendance will have an opportunity to partic ipate in the first gathering to hear about health issues facing communities in Hillsborough County. Rod Carter, News Anchor for ChannelS will serve as the moderator. A panel of experts on health djsparities will also take part in the event. For more information call (813) 600-3084 GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship-8 A M . Sunday School-9:30A. M Morning -10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 31 07 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 u..., .. ,. .. .,, Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday 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. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (8.13)-253-5.714 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: MtPJeasantMBChurch.org 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) 677-5988 *Fax: (813) 672-0514 E Mall: fbcopv@tampabay .rr. com OR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM. & 10:55 A .M. 4:11:11Jii1HIIft Sunday9 :45AM. Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P .M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P M Adult A Satallite Campus For Failh Bible lnstitl.(& "Growing The Chtr'oh For Global Cl'large" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 :8, 1 Thes. 1 :8) HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing 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-1 o A.M. Mid-Week .Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. New Testament M. B. Church Of ThonOtasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor 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 Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 1 ST. MAntiEW 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 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m. Study of the Bible Wed. 7:30-8:30p.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 T-11 p m REV., W. D. s, Pastor ., m m :::0 r 0 :::0 c > en m z ::! z m r m c r r m ::! z "'tJ c: m !: en J: m c m < m ::a -< -f c m en c > z c c

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0 +'"' N N a: w m 0 tu 0 ><( c a: I.L He Deserves Your Praise Everyon e likes praise. No matter who a person is or what goes on in life they all like to feel ap preciated and encouraged. Hearing people lift you up for something you have done moti vates you to do more and to do better. This is especially true for God. God loves to hear your praise. We are encouraged to praise Him. The more you praise Him the more He is inclined to do. Praising God is a way of showing Him how much you appreciate Him for what He has done for you This week's lesson in Psabrl 47, the psalmist exalts the people to give God praise This psalm is a psalm written by the Sons of c Korah. The sons of Korah are a: said to have been connected with LL the group who was placed in chargeofsingingforworship. In <( modem church worship they would be the praise team. c In this song of praise they write, en clap your hands all you people; and shout unto God with 'a voice t-oftriumph(vs.1). Thisverseis > very dear on what is to be done a: W > w c w ::I: .en ::::i m D.. z i= w ..;,J ...I m ...I w z and who is to do it. This vers e also removes the e xcuse from those who claim they give God quiet praise. The praise of God is not ex pected nor intended to be quiet. An individual's praise to God is to be loud and energetic. What good is praise if it is quiet and silent? God wants the noise! He wants the shouting! But most important, He wantc; it to be meaningful. They say clap your hands and shout! Who? AIL PEOPLE! When the believers come to gether they should come with clapping and shouting. Their hands should become their nat ural instruments. Clapping is something that is perSonal and driven by the enthusiasm of the clapper. Then there is the shout. Shout ing is also required. Shouting is a powerful tool of praise. It is with your mouth that you exalt God. It is what comes from your mouth that reaches the ears of God. When you shout to God, you are shouting with a particular i= z w en <( c a: 0 ...I LL GHOST CHURCH OF GOD PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, Email: bishopandrews live.c om SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Morning Service -11 :30 A. M Evening Servise-7 :30 P M Bible Study Tuesday Even i ng Bible Band -7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW-7 :30 P M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30 P. M Many are the sorrows of the wicked, but steadfast love surrounds the one who trusts in the LORD. kind of voic e Whe n y ou shout y ou are expected to shout with a v o ic e of triumph. This suggests that no matter what your situa tion is, you should shout lilze y ou alr e ady have th e victo ry Many people have confus e d o r lost the true reason for prais e Som e people praise God becaus e they need a blessing or someon e has prophesied a blessing or miracle into their life. The real reasons for praising God are because of who He is and for what He has already done. The psalmist suggests praising Him because He is the terrible Lord most high and the great King over all the earth ( vs. 2). Terrible here does not mean anything bad. It actually means that He is good and awesome. God has given you peace and victory over your enemies ( vs. 3) and has given you an inheri tance (vs. 4). When you con sider the fact that you have enemies you can t fight on your own and blessing you have not earned or deserve, but yet you have the victory and are blessed; one would conclude that God is worthy to be praised. God is worthy of all your praise. He deserves your applause and your accolades. When you come in to His presence the expecta tion is for you to clap and shout. You are clapping and shouting because you know that you serve a God who is great and mighty and does not have a problem blessing you. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 2 East Fairbanks** Tampa 33612 ** Corner Of 9th And Fairbanks Morning Worship -11 A. M. Wednesday. Prayer Service 7-7:30 P.M. Bible Study-7:30:30 P.M. New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc . Kingdom Life ELDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425-5299 7402 N. 56th Sl, Bldg 700, Ste. 790 Tampa, Fl33617 Worship Sunday, 11 :30 a.m. Oct.31, 20210 P.M. Kingdom Harvest Fest Health Screenings Food Music Face Painting Moon House Twisting Haunted House ask@nhcwc.org h :llwww. nhcwc o Activist Speaks Out On Proposed Rail Tax Gerald White (right) speaks to a the tax referendum with Mayor Pam Iorio and City Councj,l Chair, Thomas Scott, looking on. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Community Activist, Gerald L. White, Sr., said he's a strong supporter of the rail tax referendum question that will be on this November's ballot. "I want to encourage all African Americans to vote for this tax, if not for themselves, for their grandchildren and the next generation of lead-ers. "Everything I've read related to this tax is in order. I'm extremely excited about BAPDST CHURCH 1281 N.J8ffllrSMSL. T ..... R.33882 (813) 229 SUnday SCheBL-------the Citizens Oversight Board, and I believe accountability is extremely important." White said over the past 15 months, he's spoken at several public hearings, raising questions related to the tax and eventually publicly supporting the tax. "Everyone is calling for more buses, but I think the most permanent solution elated to transportation issues for African Americans is permanent rail lines in the Black community. That would essential(y guarantee permanent transportation." IornlnD worship .. _, ................ '" ......... 11 a.m. Pr.aver service. TuesdaY .. -------& p :m. Awana Bible Slud'V. TUesday_ &:30 pm. Bible StudY, TuesdaY.--.. --------1 p.m. I Can Do All Things 11niU1 Christ Wbll:b Str...-onediMe.Phllillllians 4:13 ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 34.01 E 25th Avennue,T ampa, FL (Corner-Of 34th St. & 25th Phone: (813) 248-3737 (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 . Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkilt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w.tBible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries @aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to tlte whole man. n Outreach M inistry: NOAH COMMUNrTY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRI,( And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK

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LOcal 3J Light Rail Routes local Nation Otlslam Student (') Discussed During leader savs Thanks To Tampa Bav g m HART Meeting BY LEON B. CREWS able Minister Louis Far-should be the watchwords of Sentinel Staff Writer rakhan,s message on the our daily lives. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Monday, members of the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART) held their Board of Directors meeting. During the meeting, they dis cussed alternate routes for the Light Rail System, including a possible I-275 alternative. Board members decided on light rail during the meeting. The next meeting is planned for November 15th. The Light Rail System will en compass 46 miles, 18 of which will travel through East Tampa. The system will also have 19 stations. Ms. Alison Hewitt, Vice Chairperson of tlie HART Board of Directors said, "As Vice Chairperson, I am com mitted to providing opportuni ties for transportation, employment, and contracting opportunities with HART. I agree that numbers are im portant, ridership is important, and the budget is important. But the human capital --peo ple, are equally important. I want to bring opportunities in the area where I was born and raised. That is important to me," Ms. Hewitt said. Board member Curtis 15th anniversary of the Mil"The Bible asks the ques-Stokes said, "My main conOn behalf of the Honor-lion Man March." tion, Is there a balm in Ju-....... cern is making sure that Light able Minister Louis Far-"This event, like the one in liad to make the wounded 0 Rail comes to 30th Street. That rakhan,s address to more Washington, D.C., will live in whole? Is there a balm in Ju-means economic development than 8,ooo people Sunday, the history of those jn attenliad to heal the sin-sick soul?' for that area." Ali Muhammad, Student d d th h d ance an ose w o VIewe We must all accept the re-Ms. Dianne Hart said, "We Study Group Coordinator of d h ld it aroun t e war on the sponsibility to atone, recondidn't hear enough about the the Tampa Study Group of th f 1 internet." cile and take responsibility 30th Street Corridor. During e Nation o Is am) wants to the meeting they were talking thank the people of Tampa Brother Muhammad for our own actions." about I-275 as an alternative Bay. said the Minister's message "The Honorable Minister's route. They also talked about "You all came out in rare of atonement, reconciliation, life story is an open book and the cost, which I understand. form to receive the Honor-and responsibility is and example of those principles." "But we need to be in attendance at the meeting. They sold us this thing and we told them we have to have something in writing. They gave us some thing in writing and now we must make sure that it hap pens." Tarance LeNoir said, "It will definitely impact our com munity. East Tampa has the highest rate of unemployment in the county. who can, needs to be at that meeting on November 15th. They rieed to voice their concerns about how critical it is." Ms. Yvette Lewis said, "They didn't have a problem asking for support and we did that. Don' t exclude us in the de cision-making process We must show up at that meeting. Halloween Satetv Tips Amy Gall, Public Relations Specialist for St. Joseph's Hospital, wants to help re mind parents to follow certain safety tips to keep their children safe for Halloween. For costume safety, children should use light or bright col ors; flame-resistant material; reflective tape, non-toxic face makeup rather than masks; small, flexible costume props; shoes that fit; tags with their name, address and phone number, and costumes not made of flimsy or billowy ma terial that may cause them to trip. For safe trick-or-tricking, children should have an adult accompany them; carry a flashlight; stop at street cor ner; look left, right and left again before crossing the street; never walk between parked cars; walk on well-lit sidewalks and paths; never cut across yards; stop only at houses with outside lights on, and parents should carefully check treats before letting children eat them. 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E Local N N a: w m 0 to 0 Honorable Minister louis Farrakhan's Atonement, Reconciliation And Responsibilitv Conference Anracts Muslims, Christians And Other Faiths The opening session began c with prayer by the Tampa a: and St. Pete based Brothers LL of the Nation of Islam. City Activist_Connie Burton spok-e to the audience. Other Tampans were recog nized: Candy Lowe and Rene Brown. Minister Louis Farrakhan also mentioned 3 local ministers that were very helpful to him and his staff: Rev. Willie Dixon, Rev. Henry Lyons and Rev. W. James Favorite. During the opening sion, 2 sons of the able Elijah Muhammad gave greetings and set the tone for the afternoon. They mentioned that the Tampa St. Peter Mosque donated > more than 200 tickets to the C homeless. a: Mrnister Farrakhan was LL in Tampa last Sunday to commemorate the 15th an shortcomings, to become ffi l:>etter fathers and better hus[j bands. This was an opportuC nity to renew that pledge. W Minister Farrakhan arnved dressed in an off-white, :i pin-stripped, tailor-made m d th ::; smt an e signature 11. boWtie. He inspired the audi. ence with words of wisdom. W .J .. Among those in this photo are: Brother Muhammad, Connie Burton, Candy Lowe, Rev. Willie Dixon, Sylina, Tonya Lewis, Fred Hearns and Julia Jackson. Syrenna, Lynora, Warren 2X and Flynna. He talked about a sick dis ease called "self-righteous. ness." This type person does not acknowledge tpeir short comings. No human being should be threatened by any one with knowledge. Once you free a man from ignoranee, he can no longer be a slave, he told the audience He added that all we rieed to submit to the will of God. GroWing up without a fa ther, Minister Farrakhan said his mother tried to abort him 3 times because she was Hassan Muhammad, Jimmie X and Bro. Preshus X at the Sunday event. Rev. Gerald and Mrs. Ann (Sankey) White .attended the service at the Tampa Convention Center. not married to his father. He told the men they should al ways r espect women, espe cially if they are pregnant. Minister Farrakhan ex plained to the audience once again the need for atone ment. Rene Brown ofLadies of the. Sea Restaurant, a platform guest, and her-son, Muham--mad. In conclusion, he told those in attendance, accept re sponsibility with your life. "If I hurt your feelfngs, please forgive me. Remembe r, igno\ ranee is the enemy .of God!" (Article and photos by Julia Jackson) ; 5 m z W en ' Head Start FamiJy Reurdon For 45 Hillsborough County Head helped prepare than 70,000 income-eligible children for kindergarten. As one of.the largest grantees for Head Start in the southeastern United States, m the prograin serves more than 3,500 and families in HillsboroUgh County every year. For more cO information, contaCt Laura Rice (813) 272-5140 ext. 3106. HILLIIOROUGH COUN1Y .... .. ;,..,.,'p .............. ....................................

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sC:lioot News FAMU Is The First HBCU To Incorporate The Hip Hop Congress BY SAVINA BILLUPS TALLAHASSEE -The FAMU Chapter of the Hip Hop Congress is the first chapter to be established at a His_ Black College or University (HBCU). The Chap ter head and founder of the F AMU chapter of the HipHop Congress, Athena Griffith, a senior Business Administration from Jack-sonville FL turned her passion for Hip-Hop into a planned action to incorporate a chapter on the campus of Flori da A&M University. The mission statement of the Hip Hop Con g ress say s "The Hip-Hop Congress is a non-profit corporation; that provides the Hip-Hop Generation, and-the Post Hip-Hop with the tools, resour_ ces aJ:?.d oppprtunities to make, social, economic, and political change on a local, regional, and national level." The FAMU Chapter of the Hip-Hop Congress was estab lished September 3, 2010 and is the first collegiate chapter at an HBCU. Other schools who have chapters include: Univer sity of Southern California, University of California Los Angeles, Berkeley, Michigan State University, Georgia S.tate University as well as international chapters The F AMU Chapter of the Hip-Hop Congress falls under the Institute for HipHop and Music Industry Studies and the director, Dr. Kawachi Clemons is the adviser for both. Mesha Harden, a fourth year nursing student from Tampa, a member of the Hip-Hop Congress on the campus of FAMU said "Hip Hop is a universal language and to have an established or ganization that we can express our love for Hip-Hop in vari ous ways is amazing." Griffith said This organiza tion is my baby, I want to see it grow and sustain on our campus. We are working h a rd to brand ourse l ves so tha t they have longevity on this cam pus. For more information on the Hip Hop Congress visit www.hiphopcongress.com. Savina Billups is a Journalism student at F AMU from Tampa. DONTFORGOTO VOTE / --NOVEMBER 2, 2010 0 0 -t 0 m m :c 1\) BY JASMINE CROWLEY Mt. Pleasant's boys basket ball team finished the season with a record of 4 and 1. The girls finished with a record of 1 of education. The end of the first grading period is Friday, October 22, 2010. There will be early re lease for students on Wednes day, October 27, 2010. 1\) ent). The winners for the awards will be announced the o first week of November. _and 4 We thank everyone for supporting both teams. The Diamonds are now preparing for the track season The first track meet will be Wednesday, November 3, at Spoto High School. Dia monds, if you wish to compete in track make sure your intramurals application has been completed and you have your sports physical. Diamonds ask your room teachers about participation in the Box Tops for Education and Terra Cycle Drink Pouch program. Help raise funds for school by bringing in box tops and any kind of empty drink pouches, not juice boxes. Mt Pleasant S. B Middle School is currently accepting enrollment applications for 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. call the school at 253-0053 for more information or visit our website, www.mpmid dleschool.net, to download art application form. We are not a private school, not a church school, and not an alternative school. We are a traditional public school. Tuition isfree! The Diamonds of Mt. Pleas-ant would like to extend heart-Teachers and students had an opportunity to visit the New York Yankees Training Complex on Tuesday, October 19. Yankees' Asst. Scouting Director, John Kremer, and team psychologist Ron Dock gave the Diamonds a tour of the complex and talked to the students about the importance Diamonds don't forget to stop by the Main bffice and pick up an application for one of the monthly recognition awards (three students and one parent). The awards in clude the Rebecca Kinsey Lit eracy Award, the David and Bertha Bowers Humanitarian felt sympathy to the family of Ms. Christine McCarter. f! Award, the Curtis and Katrina Stokes Citizenship Award and the Fifth-Third Bank Volunteer of the_ Month Award (Par-Ms. McCarter worked in the cafeteria at Mt. Pleasant Mid dle School until her health required her to retire. She will truly be missed by the stu dents, -faculty, and staff of Mt. Pleasant. HCC Brandon Campus Part-Time Faculty Openings Hillsborough Community College's Brandon Campus i nv ites qualified applicants for current and projected part-time faculty openi ngs. must meet the m i nimum educational requirements includ ing a master's degree in the discipline or' a master's degree with 18 graduate semester hours in the discipline The Brandon Campus is seeking candidates in the following areas: \ - Accovnting Anatomy and Rhysiology Biology Biofechnology CAD Engineer in g Chemisfry Communications Computer Sdences Earth Science Economics English and liferature Entrepreneurshi p History Humanities Managemen t/Supervision Mafhematlcs Philosophy Physics Polit ical Science Psychology Reading Sociology Speech The Brandon Campus will host an open house to provide additional information about the openings. For consideration, candidates should bring a resume and an unofficial transcript. Brandon Campus Open House Thursday, November 4, 6:30 -8:00 p.m. 10414 E. Colurftbus just oiUalkenburg Administration Building, RoornJ 1 6-117 For additional Information, Please email ecangiOhcctl.edu or sPeococ:k40hcctl.edu. Hllsborough Corrvnunlly col8ge Is on equal occess/equol oppOifunlly employer that motes employment decisions wttl'iout regard to race eolot gendet relglon, notional Ollgln, age. c:llsablty sexuol oilenlofion. morllal status or any other bias that Is or may be pi-ohibited by law In oddlllon the college does not dlsairrinale In employment pracfloes oc In the odmlsslon and treatment ol students. HCC Is committed to eqUitabla traalmenl lor al students and to a le!Jmlng and wortlng environment free or and han:lssment lot current as -as Mule students and employees. 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October Is National Clergy Appreciation Month Among recognitions for the month of October is Clergy Appreciation. Shaw-Nuf extel).ds appreciation and recognition, for the untiring service and dedication that you give to: Minister Gary Hird, Elder James .E. Williams III, Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., Elder Neal T. Phillips, Minister Jerome Fortson, Elder Calvin McDonald, Elder Harvey Lawrence, Minister Anthony Lawrence, Minister Emanuel Dudley, Minister Montaei Wilson, Minister Fred Sears, Minister Tony Jordan, Bishop James E. McKnight, Elder David C. Rourk, Sr., Elder John Robinson, Jr., Elder James E. McKnight, Jr., ,Elder Horace N. Turner, Sr., Alonzo Smith, Sr., Elder James Williams, Sr., "Elder James Ware, Elder He.rbert Green, Elder Alfonso Boone, Elder Harry Joh_nson, and Elder H. Nelson Turner. Others included Elder Bobby Grayes, Minister Grant Elliott, Minister Tomasina Jackson, Minister Paulette Mack, Reverend Van Green; Pastor Sheila Green, Reverend Billy Shaw, Reverend Ricky Wiggs, Bishop John W. Smith, Pastor Shaw, Pastor Maureen Shaw,. Pastor Shelton Faison, Pastor Jessie MeN eal, Pastor Henry Babers, Reverend Theorius Axson, Minister Terry Smith, Reverend Frank OiHarrell, Reverend Gregory Robinson, Reverend Kendrick Gardner, Minister Robert Norton, Rev-erend Arthur Johnson, Elder Lorenzo Byrd, Pastor Willie Chatmon, Reverend Jimmy Downing, Pastor H.B. Holmes and to all other clergy in Polk County aQdabroad. Happy Birthday 'ro You! Happy birthday greetings go out to Little Miss Siane HarrisQq and Pamela Cooper (Oct. 23rd); Mother Ethel Fields, of Clearwater, (Oct. 23rd); Mother Elouise Smith, of Tampa, (Oct. 25th); April Sears, of Tampa (Oct. 27th); and Lakeland gentleman, Luther Golliday, Sr., (Oct. 28th). Birthday greetings go out to my pastor, Minister Gary Hird and my sisterfriends, Ann Fortson, of Lakeland and Myrtice Landers of Tampa, all of whom will celebrate their birthdays on Oct. 29th! May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more days of abundant life! Shaw-Nuf Talk extends special wishes for a happy birthday to the Florida Sentinel Bulletin s Publisher, Sybil Kay Andrews, as she celebrates another natal day! As You Retire Congratulations go out to Charles and Barbara Wasden for more than 40 years of service to Badcock Home Furniture & More. As you retire, Shaw-Nuf extends wishes for much rest, life enjoyment and relaxation, after your many years of service to the families and coml_Ilunity of Greater Lakeland and the surrounding areas. May the Lord richly bless you. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to youth football league team the Lakeland Destroyers who are undefeated, thus far! During their 34-8 victory game over the Lakeland Storm, on Saturday, October 16th, the Destroyers crowned their Homecoming King and Queen. Congratulations, Coach Moody, assisting staff and the team! Keep up the great wqrk! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and or photos of your brations, special events, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social dubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nuf Talk by sending. an e-mail to: shawuuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8.437 Shaw-NufTalk share your exciting news with the readership! Graduation Celebration Held Family and friends gathered at the home of Ruben and Mae Allen to celebrate the col lege graduation of their daughter, Tenae A. Allen. Everyone enjoyed lots of fun, fellow ship and delicious food. N 0 and Terry Cox, Yvette Landers and fami-.... ly; Albedean Nash and family; Nita 0 Durant, Chola Little, Dawn Pacheco, Fred and Shante' Dumas, Trenia Myrick, Jeremy Carroll, Amos Landers, Jr., Patience Landers, and a host of other family and friends. Some of the guests were her sons: Tracy and Jaylin; Grandma Betty, Aunt Elaine, Aunt Beryl, Aunt Michelle, Aunt Sandy, Uncle Stan, Uncle Virgil; Ms. Tenae Allen is shown with her sons, Jaylin and Tracy. Tenae received her Bachelor of Arts in Human Service. (Photos by Shaw-Nut) Tenae Allen with friend, Erica Landers who attended the celebration. Tenae is shown with her grandmother, aunts, uncle and parents at the celebration. Housing Authoritv's Residant Advisorv Association Holds Election ol OHicars m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., ::D c The Lakeland Housing Authority's Resident Advisory Association (LHARAA) conducted its election of Officers on Friday, September 3, 2010. The election results were as follows: Lillie Brown, President; Patricia Duncan, Vice-President; Nita McGee, Treasurer; jenny Lopez, Secretary; and Pierre Calixte, Parliamentarian. The officers will each serve a four-year term. City of Lakeland Commissioner Phillip Walker and Commissioner Don Selvage volunteered their services to count the ballots. Throughout the election day, Tim Randolph, NAACP member and Larry Mitchell of New Life Outreach Ministry, Inc. served as poll workers at the Lakeland Authority residents' voting polls. Ms. Nita McGee, UIARAA Treasurer (left) and Ms. Lena Young-Green, LHARAA Consultant (right) share a momerit after the election. Shown in this from left .to right are: Lakeland City Commissioner Phillip Walker, Earl Haynes, LHA Resident Services Director, Lillie Brown, LHARAA President llJ1-d Lakeland City Commissioner Donald Selvage. ... ...... I m

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0 .,.. 0 N N N 0: w m 0 0: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ;:) 1-> 0: w > w c w ::1: U) :J m ;:) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z i= z w en ( 0: 0 ..J LL m I CIO ,... 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 Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 10. 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in C i ty Council Chambers 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any deCision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with r espect to any matter considered at.the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE# 10-Q4051 CASE# 10-11187 CASE# 10-12583 CASE# 10-14499 HUDSON, TAMMY A. MESSIER, THOMAS B. KOLTUNOV, OLEG TIBBY, DAVID & TIBBY KIM K. 1000'7 N. ANNETTE AVE., 2316 W. CHESTNUT ST., 3915 N. CLEARFIELD AVE., 910 W. SITKA ST., TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9-238 1 9-46 SECTIONS : 1 9-49 & 19 50 SECTIONS: 19-46, & 1 9 -49 SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 1 9-49 & 1 9-50 SONOMA HEIGHTS UNIT 2 MACFARLANES REV MAP OF MAP OF HAGLE SUE3DIVISION & 19-50 ADDTIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 4 BLOCK H LOTS 24 AND 25 SINEWOOD W 26 FT OF LOT 4 AND E 11 95937.0100 168092.0000 LOT 2 LESS EAST 60 FT AND FT OF LOT 5 BLOCK 3 LOT 3 EAST 60 FT 178127 0000 CASE# 10-11243 CASE# 10-13364 101758.0000 GAUDETTE, KAREN A. AIRD, SABRINA E. & P.O. BOX 7473 CASE # 10 06398 410 E. HUGH ST., PHILLIPS, OVILLE B. CASE# 10-15895 OBER CYNTHIA TAMPA, FL 108 E. WARREN AVE., RODRIGUEZ, YISELL 2205 W. OKALOOSA AVE. , SECTIONS: 1 9 49 & 1 9-50 TAMPA, FL 2505 W. HAMILTON AVE., T.AMPA, FL CENTRAL PARK BLKS 1 2 4, SECTIONS: 19-46 19 -47, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-231 TO 12 13, 14 AND 15 1 9-49 & 1 9 50 SECTIONS : 19-46 19 -47 QARROLL CITY LOT 15 AND E 4 PT OF LOT 16 WARREN AND KEYES LOTS 58 AND 59 BI,.OCK 5 & 19-50 98170 0010 182966.0000 LOT 4 BLOCK 5 GROVE PARK ESTATES 182649.0000 UNIT NO. 3 REPLAT CASE # 10-07364 CASE# 10-11747 LOT 11 BLOCK G PATEL, NITESH HUGHES, KELLI R. & CASE #10-13659 102777 0000 801 E. EMMA TAMPA FL RUDOLpH,KATY KNIGHT JON-MICHAEL, & 2103 W. CLIFTON ST., SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 KNIGHT, SHAUNNA M. CASE# 10-16156 1 9 50 & 1 9-234 TAMPA, FL 201 W. FLORIBRASKA AVE., SMITH, RICARDO ERNESTO < SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 MARIETTA TAMPA FL 1 9-49 & 1 9 50 & SMITH, VERONICA LOT 11 AND THEW 7FT OF HAMNER S MARJORY B FIRST SECTIONS : 19 -46 19-47 19-49 3320 W. KATHLEEN ST., LOT 10 BLOCK 2 ADDITION TO RENMAH & 19-50 TAMPA, FL 166134.0000 LOT 41 BLOCK 4 ADAMS PLACE MAP SECTIONS : 1 9 -49 & 1 9-50 CASE # 10-08934 1 04 727.0000 LOT 12 BLOCK 3 JOHN H DREW S FIRST JACKSON, WAYNE 182310 0000 EXTENSION CASE# 10-11893 1907 W MAIN ST., TAMPA, FL SCHOENEBERG, KENNETH & LOT 10 BLOCK 47 AND N Y2 CASE# 10-14104 SECTIONS : 1 9-233 1 9-234, ROSE CUSACK, JOSEPH M. OF ALLEY ABUTTING ON S 1 9-238 1 9-46 1 9-49 & 1 9-50 712 E. ROBSON ST., EASTBURN, MARTIN K. 109626 0000 MAC FARLANES REV MAP TAMPA, FL 101 W. EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL OF ADDITIONS TO WEST SECTIONS : 19-46 19 -47 19-49 SECTION : 1 9-50 CASE# 10-18404 TAMPA 1 9 50 & 1 9-233 MEADOWBROOK ADVANCED TREE SERVICE LOT 23 AND W 6 FT OF LOT WARNER SUBDIVISION LOT 204 24 BLOCK 17 W Y2 OF LOT 62 AND ALL LOT 165624 0000 LLC NON-OWf',IER 179008 0000 63 AND S Y2 C/0 LYNN OLCOTT REG AGT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING CASE# 10-14314 4221 E. RIVER HILLS DR., CASE# 10-10953 ON N TAMPA FL MACKEROY DEBORAH AND 161433.0000 CROPPER ROBERT G SECTIONS : 13-43 & 13 -45 1518 W. PATTERSON ST RANDOLPH L. CASE# 10-12579 TAMPA FL MONTGOMERY SUBDIVI SION 110W. OSBORNE AVE. CARTER, CASSANDRA L. SECTION: 19-46 19-47, LOT 1 AND THAT PART OF LOT TAMPA, FL 308 W. WEST ST., & 19-50 2 BEG A WN MOST COR AND SECTION: 19-50 TAMPA FL RUN SELY 248 36 FT NWLY MEADOWBROOK WILMA SOUTH LOT 10 AND THEN Y2 OF SECTIONS: 19-46 1 9-49 LOTS 73 7 4 & 75 & N Y2 195 5 FTTO APT ON N & 19 50 BNDRY 67 FT E ON WN COR CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING MILLER JACOB SUBDIVIS I ON CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ONS N 11 0 FT OF LOT 2 ON S AND W 67 FT TO BEG 165457.0000 182511.0000 101598.0000 148824.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING ,. ) SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69 1119 Special Acts Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be recr ived by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until : 2 : 30 PM ON 11/4/10 TEMPORARY TRAFFIC LABOR FOR SPECIAL EVENTS then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351) It is hereby made a part of this Invita t ion to B i d that the i submiss ion of any Bid in response to thi s advert i sed request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effec tive periop as thi s Bid to all publ i c entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 10/22/10 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II EMPLOYMENT Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! call a 13-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHOO .COM Ms. D s World Of Beauty Is Looking For Licensed Barbers For New Barber Shop Call (813) 748-0952 Nights And Weekends Taking Care Of Elderly Must Have A Car And Clean Background Phone (813) 417-0934 LIC# 6905841 Work From Home No Selling No Buying No Scam Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed hicome Call The Lady (813) 417-6654 II

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II LEGAL NOTICE 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 Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 17. 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address code section 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 given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to: enY matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE # 10-04688 CASE# 10-10174 CASE# 10-12498 CASE# 10-113953 HUNT, AYELE CONVENIENCE CENTER BRINKWORTH, KEVIN M. PIERI, PATRICIA BALDWIN 2018 ELMWOOD AVE., CORPORATION 4120W. NORTH A ST., 11 SANDPIPER RD., TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-234 % BULENT GUREL REG AGT SECTIONS: 19-46 & 19-50 EDGEWATER PARK 301 S: 22ND ST., SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 BAYSHORE ESTATES NO. 4 LOT 4 BLOCK 1 CHANDLER SUBDIVISION LOT30 199028.0000 TAMPA, FL LOTS 10 AND 11 AND LOT 12 114283 0000 SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 LESS RD RIW DESC AS BEG CASE # 1 O-D5434 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO AT SW COR AND RUN E 12.5 CASE # 1 0-15789 TORO,JUAN 40 AND 55 TO 62 FT N 112 5 FT NELY ALONG HILL, JEFFREY 3107 E. 9TH AVE., LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 58 CURVE RT RAD 25 FT ARC 3102 W. FIELDER ST., TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 190990.0000 39.27 FT W 37.5 FT AND S SECTION: 19-50 POWELL:S ADDITION 137.5 FT TO BEG BLOCK 1 OAKELLAR LOT 4 BLOCK 11 CASE# 10-10185 114804 0000 E 60 FT OF LOTS 1 AND 2 175823.0000 AND E 60 FT OF N 9.26 FT MORRIS, MICHAEL OF LOT 33 BLOCK 6 2011 STUART ST., CASE# 10-13055 127955 0250 CASE # 1 O-On79 BARRETT, JEB E. WILLIAMS, JAMES TAMPA, FL 2909 W. LEILA AVE., CASE# 10-17838 1911 E. 6TH AVE., SECTIONS: 19-46 & 19-50 DUTCHER, NATHAN E. TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-234 EAST TAMPA SECTION : 19-49 2610 E. 12TH AVE., TAMPA, FL CLARKSON BROS LOT 6 BLOCK 58 BROBSTON FENDIG AND CO CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, SUBDIVISION 5-108.4 & 5 .105.1 190994.0000 HALF W,AY ADDITION NO. 2 MC KNIGHT'S SUBDIVISION W 3 FT OF LOT 3 AND E % LOT 16 BLOCK L LOT 7 BLOCK 2 OF LOT 4 BLOCK 3 134700 .0000 188765.0000 189902 0000 CASE# 10-10840 FRUHMORGEN, CAROLINE H CASE# 10-17840 CASE # 1 0-08484 4515 S. CLARK AVE., CASE# 10-13437 EAST WEST TRADING PURNELL, BURCE B. TAMPA, FL DICKSON, DEBORAH LEE PARTNERS LLC C/0 JAMES 4303 W .TACON ST., LEVIT, THOMAS L. D. SR. SMITH, REG AGENT TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-50 & 19-233 204 N. MANHATTAN AVE., 4610 W. LOIS AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49 MANHATTAN MANOR NO. 3 TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS: 5-108.4 &19-50 LOT 21 BLOCK 3 SECTIONS: 19-46 & 19-50 & 5-105.1 MARYLAND MANOR DREW PARK RE PLAT OF REVISED PLAT 129886.0000 MANHATTAN SUBDIVISION S 67.5 FT OF LOT 21 AND S E 20FT OF LOT 16 AND LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 1 67.5 FT OF E 10FT OF LOT 11 LOT 17 BLOCK 32 CASE# 10-11459 112930 0000 BLOCK 49 124278 0000 MCMILLER, GERALD 108318 0100 MCMILLER, VANESSA CASE# 10-13912 CASE # 10-08604 WINIAREK, MICHAL J. CASE# 10-17845 HAMPTON, JOHN JR, 1944 W. ARCH ST., WINIAREK, MARY J. DAVIS, RICHARD NEVIN HAMPTON BRENDA TAMPA, FL 2217 LINSEY ST., 1/2, BUILLA-DAVIS MARISOL A. 2317 S. AVE. ; DAVIS, SUSAN TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-50 TAMPA, FL 915 W. WOODLAND AVE., SECTIONS : 19-47, 19-49, & 19-233 SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 TAMPA, FL 19-50 & BENJAMIN'S 2ND ADDITION & 19-56 CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, SOUTH (,.AND TO WEST TAMPA EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 5-108.4 & 5-105.1 N 75 FT OF S 150 OF E 1 TO 42 RIVERSIDE NORTH 120FT OF LOT 2 BLOCK 47B E 33FT OF LOT 11 BLOCK 16 LOTS 4 AND 5 BLOCK 30 LOT 14 BLOCK 25 119142 0000 178176.0000 190837 0000 1670.68.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286. 26, FLORIDA STATUES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK <8""13> 24-8-24-8-92""18 -C::C "11 JJ c II II EMPLOYMENT II 0 (') -I 0 m m HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY JJ CIVIL SERVICE 1\) New Employment 1\) Opportunities 0 _. 0 CASE MANAGER $35,838 COURT CLERK I (PLANT CITY) $24,752 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN II (UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATOR) $26,457 PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC II $27,976 PROGRAMMER/ANALYST "11 r-$46,238 0 TREATMENT COUNSELOR c )> $43,097 C/) m z TV PRODUCTION ::! z ASSISTANT m $22 ,131 r-m C UTILITIES MAINTENANCE rr-WORKER (CLASS B). m ::! $24,876 z "0 See our web site at c m http://www hccsb.org or visit c CJ) our office at: 601 E. Kennedy ::1: Boulevard 17th Floor, m 0 Tampa, FL. Preference in m initial apt. V)lill be given to < m gible vets & eligible spouses :D -< of vets. c AAIEEO m C/) c II II BUYING. A )> z HOME c ."11 ::0 Would You Like To 0 Own Your Own Home? Bad Credit -No Credit Tired Of Renting? Have A Job? Call Housing Solutjoris Nenia {813) Jose {813) 401-3702 II II HOMES FOR SALE Attention Investors!! I 1 2928 Banza Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Y2 CHA Starter Home . $49,000.00 G) Grab It Before It's Gone! ..1. Call (813) 293-4639 ID I m

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0 ; m (.) 0 c a: LL c a: LL c z a: w > w c w ::J: (/) m ;:) a. z i= w ...J ...J a ...J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ...J LL m 0 N w CJ c.: II Posco-Hernondo Community College is now accepting opplicotions for the following positions: Senior lnstrudional Designer (Job #0071) SEARCH REOPENED New Port Richey Campus. Required: Moster's degree from o regionally omedired institution in instrudional or eduw1ionol tedmology, cuuiculum and inslludian, or related field with a c ertificate i n instruction a l design; minimum of two (2) yeors exper ience i n inslluctional design, computer-based training, coUJse development and instruction preferably i n o highar education environment; knowledge of: currentfe{hnologies, inslluctionol technologies, Arnencons with Oisobiliries Act (ADA) compliance os if permins Ill the eleorning environmenls, various compute r hor dwme, periphera l s and computer operatin g systems, networking systems, various computer software pockoges ( induding dorubose managemen t spreadsheet onal'y'Sis and g raphics), authoring lan guages and systems, inslluctionol design techniques and procedures; strong background in curriculum d!l'ltllopment, multimedia produdion, disrunce learning technologies and web design; knowledge of the inslluctionol design process ond development of computer-hosed troining; llbility ro design, develop, implement, rnoin!Uin, and eoluote instrucfionol technology systems, develop behavioral objectives and inslludionol materials, work in o team environment with fnculty and staff in developi n g projects, diagnose computer ond other technology and software programs, interpre t user and oWner monuols in lay person' s terms, identify advontoges and limiiUfions of using vorious technologies fur inslluctionol and other purposes, communicate orally ond in writing, establish cooperative working relationships tluoughout the design process and with persons conflicted in the course of performing IJSSigned duties; solisfoctory criminal history background check. Appliconts who daim a right of vefl!ran's preference must provide documentction of eligibility. -Experience with Ieeming management systemS in o higher educo1ion environment ond in distanm leou;:r.g or technology-enhanced courses, including online and hybrid courses. Salary range is $47,286 -$49,650.30 Prwious opplironts need not New ppplironts must APPLY OHliN no lolar than the October 29 opplicotion deadline, otwww.pha.edw'jobs AND erooU, fax. or moil o let1el of interest, resume and officio! tronsaipts, by midnight of the applico1ion deodline dote, to the Human Resources Office ot the address belaw. APPUCANTS MUS! SUBMIT. OR HAVE PREVIOUSlY SUBMJmD, AN ONUNE APPUCATION, lflTER Of INTERESl, RESUME, AND TRANSCRIPTS FOR JOB #0071. No other submitl9d materials 'Ifill quolify you to be considered fur this position. The opplico1ion ri!Yiew process con be initioted with copies of tronsaipts; however, offi(ioltronsaipts must be received before the interview. Have offlciallnmsalpls sent to the Human J
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Men 01 Vision Begins New Year With New Members Members of Men of Vision attending Lennard High School are on the front row: are Aaron Pursley, Kelton Hall back, Rory Beauford, Greg Doss, and Kherian Green. Shown on the second row are: Fred Porter, Omar Jones, Curtis Davis and Benjamin Tate. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, a Tampa educator created an organiza tion to provide leadership to young male students. This year, he has witnessed the growth of the organization in crease significantly. Ross Anderson, Resource Teacher and Attendance Coordinator at Van Buren Middle School began the organization after realizing that young men were ge ttin g into trouble and getting suspended at the mid dle school level. I knew that many of them were capable, but they were getting into trouble academi cally. I helped them navigate the system and taught them how to handle situations dif ferently." At the end o f 2005, when Anderson launched Men of Vision, he had an enrollment of 21 students a t Sligh Middle School. He stated that this year, 14 of the original members will graduate from high school. "Tne 14 who are still in school have passed the Read ing and Math portions of the FCAT, they have met all grad uation requirements, an d all they need to do is maintain their grades in order to gradu ate." ''I' m happy that I was able to save 14 of them. I'm s till n ot happy that I lost the other 7, I wanted all 21 of them to grad uate. I still stay in contact with them. But, 3 of those are at tending Gary Adult School try ing to earn their GED." This year, he has 85 active members of the organization on 5 Hillsborough County School campuses. Since its inception Men of Vision has campuses at Sligh Middle School, Van Buren Middle School, Lennard High School, Steinbrenner High School, and Tampa Bay Tech nic a l High School. Dr. Joann Redden, Principal ofVan Bur e n Middl e School said, "The program h e lp s promote the s ucc ess of young m en in b eco min g l eaders at school and in the co m munity. We stress empower ment, education, and tell the students that in order to be come successful, our motto is ''WeAre Leaders, Not Fol-. lowers." The students at Steinbrenner High School are under the leadership and guidance of Elier Sanchez, an AVID and Algebra teacher. His philoso phy is, "Life is all about op tions and choices. If you choose not to make one or you make the wrong one then your options are limited." He feels the program is prepa rin g the you n g m e n to be college ready and college bound Rory Beauford, Ass is tant Principal at Lennard High School is the sponsor of the or ganization on that campus. His philo sophy is The meas ure of a m a n i s, 'Say what you mean and mean what you say.' We have to get back to what b e ing a r ea l man is all about. You should t a ke responsibility for your actions, take care of your family, and have respect for yourself." Michael Ramsey, Assistant Principal at Tampa Bay Technical High School and Chapter Sponsor of the program said he was proud to sponsor the group of yo ung m en. He feels that m e n who a r e in the ed ucation profession s hould feel obligated to proan opportunity for ot her you ng m e n to enhance the knowledge a nd skills that will assist them in the ir p erso nal development. Some of the students who are not part of the original group will also graduate thi s year. ''I' m vety proud of th ese young men. I feel lik e a proud pare nt. Several of them will b e attending colleges and univer s ities after graduation. I kno w that all of the m can't, but many of them will continue the ir education," Anderson said. He further sa id that seve r a l of the young m e n will attend the "Go Vote" Rally planned for Saturday afternoon. Van Buren Middle School has several new members of its chapter of Men ofVision. Shown on the front row are: Zaytwann Shaw, Saevon Mathis, Nickerson Cerome, President, Dr. Joann Redden-Principal, Anthony Phillips, Armando Montanez, Steven Kinney, Devontae Hayes and Angel Burgos. Shown on the second row are: Aaron Stillings, Sponsor, Tyrik Watkins, Eric Watson, Michael Mathis, Johnny St. Felix, Remaccson Marc, JaQuarius Thompson, Christian Lugo, Brian Geryais and Jemaccson Marc. Members on the third row are: Luis Vargos, Rashod Jordan, Shawn Muriel, Jalen Kearney, Sergeant-At-Arms, Jordan Luke, Dontae GraY.son, Lucas Kinard and Lee Jackson. Steinbrenner High School Chapter of Men of Vision' s members are on the front row: Donte Allen, Joseph Degree, Tylar Smith, Shyheem Barthel, Eddie McCall, and Fernando Contreras, :President. Shown on the second row are: Brandon Latorre, Casan Beard, DeAndre Burke, Mario Navarro, Pablo Almodvar and Jason Rivera: Members on the third row are: Mr. Sanchez who is the Sponsor, Rahjae Clark, Devonta Henry, Christopher Webb, Michael Nedd, Kamal Poole and Jonathan Rada. Members not shown in the photograph are: Andre Thompson, Jose Lopez, Timothy Noble, Mylez Smith, Chris Miranda, Kendall Jennings, Scott Provencher and Sean Weins. Members of the Tampa Bay Technical High School Men Of Vision and their sponsor from left to right are: Mr. Michael Ramsey, Assistant Principal and Chapter Sponsor, Andre Benjamin, Daniel Davis, Renaldo James, Vice President, Savon Williams, Jude Barthelemy, Rodale Robinson and James Eliassaint, President Men of Vision.

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0 o Local N a: w m 0 ..... () 0 >= < 0 a: u. () I N w (!} Middleton Senior High School Class 011968 60th Birthdav Celebration The Middleton Senior High School class of 1968 Birthday Celebration was held on Saturday, September 25, 2010 at the Mainsail Suites Hotel and Conference Center, 5108 Eisenhower Boulevard. The fun-filled evening with Hospitality, Dinner and Dance was celebrated with longtime classmates, family and friends Classmates-in attendance from left to right front row; Calvin Simmons, Mahammad Abdul-Rahman, W. C. Washington and James Jones. Second row: Sylvia Williams, Yvonne Douglas, Jodie Hines, Ethel McGill, Mattie Pinamang, Emmett Davis, Linda Williams, Sharrel Carter, Sheryl Smalls, Cynthia Brady and Lillian Hodgson. Third row: Willie Dennis, Sharon Johnson, Thomasine Banks, Sharon Haywood, Gloria Lewis, Betty Robertson, Amanda Barnes, Gloria Ball, Alice Robusky, Vernell Savage, Jeanette Bryant, Norma Marshall, Camilla Daughrity, Vivian Heyward, Sandra Lewis, Patricia Cooper, Sandra Carleston and James Faison. Fourth row: Willie Knight, Deborah Gano, Gloria Cochrane, Leontyne Goosby, Earl Haynes, Richard Grayson, Willer Hines, Sandra Owens and Mary Redding. Classmates attended but not shown; Kenneth Anthony, Annie Allen, Samuel Joyner, Lavern Logan, and Joyce Price.

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Resident Anends Political Rallv Green is shown with State Senator Arthenia Joyner at the rally in support ofU. S. Representative Kendrick Meek. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, October 19th, former President Bill Clinton visited St. Petersburg to campaign for KendriCk Meek. The rally was held at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg Campus Activities Center Core. Danny Green, a Tampa resident, was among the large crowd who attended the event. Green-said, "I think Kendrick Meek did a good job speaking. He has a long way to go, but he can't give up. You never know what will happen." Green also stated that -President Clinton told those in attendance that they can'.t allow the Republican party to get back in control. "He said it's like driving a car, you either go forward or in reverse," Green stated. Green, who had VIP passes, said people began lining up to hear the former president at s:30a.m. President Clinton and Kendrick Meek also traveled to -Orlando on Wednesday for another rally. It was held at the Venue at University of Central Florida, Building so North Gemini Blvd. Former President Bill Clinton visited the University of South Florida Campus in St. Petersburg for l.l political rally. He was there in support of U. S. Representative Kendrick Meek. U. S. Representative Kendrick Meek is campaigning for the U. S. Senate. If elected, he will become the first African American elected to the office since Reconstruction. '' I'm working closely with President Obama to get us back on track. "T1 :2 c First-Dav Earlv Voting Glitches Have Been Taken careot 0 0 d tD m ::::tl BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Travis Abercrombie, Public Information Coordinator for the Supervisor of Elections Office, said according to reports, early voting is com ing along really well. "On Tuesday, we recorded 1,910, and for two days, we have a total of 9.435 We think early voting is really picking up in popularity." On the report that there had been a problem with the Automark Machines at all the precincts, -Abercrombie said no bal lots were lost and the prob lem has been taken care of. "The problem was a data migration issue. Crews were 1\) 0 dispatched immediately and the machines are working perlectly now." "On the issue of the published list of ineligible voters, all of the people OJ;l those lists are eligible to vote in November. They will need to get whatever problem they have taken care of before the next elections, which the city elections in March 2011." Abercrombie said the Supervisor of Elections Office anticipates no problems at any of the precincts next month, and reminds voters that the last day to request a mail-in ballot is the 27th at 5 p.m. "Voters can still request a ballot over-the-counter at any of our offices z ., c: tD r-u; ::::t He can't do it aloneM.so I will be there to be your voice.'' :::a < -t c: m C/) .. I ._ , c o N C-R--E-_ -s-s Early Voting Begins October 18 www .castorforcongress.com Paid for and approved by Castor c )> z C "T1-:2 c m w 0

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N j Binhdav Celebration For Claudia Dozier g The Condos on Harbour Island was the site for the birthday celebration honoring Claudia Dozier, the First Lady of The Word of Grace and Truth Ministries The luau-style birthday cel ebration was on October 10th, where the honoree was joined by famil y and friends. (Photography by BRUNSON) The special birthday celebration for Claudia Dozier was on Harbo'!lr Island. Among those with the honoree are: Corey Johnson, Dawanna Johnson, Francina Dozier, First Lady Claudia Dozier (honoree), Pastor Thomas Dozier arid Sharde Neal. Elder Darrin Williams, Elder Ernest Helm, Rashad Freeman, Tony Jenkins, Pastor Thomas Arthur McKay, Wayne Bryant, Scott Taylor and Corey Jolinson. for Cou11ty Cotnrnissioner District .5,. Countyvvide '' ... Ken Ha-gan has Qtade inany key decisi9ns to help o ur community.'' Florit/a Sen,tinel Bulletin 1011sao1o A leader committed to: ,; Bringing more jobs to our community ./ Strengthening our Head Start programs ./ Improving .. ,; Protecting -our children Birthday guests included Rhonde Bouie, Beatrice Kim Humphries, Pauline Price and Pamela Minor. Scott Taylor, Evelyn Taylor, Sandra Bryant, Elder Wayne Bryant Karla Jordan and Tony Jordan. These are Renita Sandra Washington, Hough, Claudia Tamera Freeman, Shardae Neal and Brenda Buster. YOU. HAVE A REAL c HOICE COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 5 -CountyWide Vote for Jim Hosle. r Jim Hosler is NPA-No PartY Affiliation -because 'be -is an independent Jim has worked in your area ... East Tampa ... West Tampa ... Palm River ..... Clairmel : .. ProgreSs ... Wimauma ... Lincoln and Madison Park HoslerforHillsborough.comJob Creation Now!! Pollll
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, ::c Citv Council To Review Concept celebritv Hairstvlist Derek 1 From 'ATt 01 CommunitY Gardens Housewives' In The Tampa oav Area. OJ m ::c 1\) 1\) BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer VVhen Frances Brooks and Maria Ortiz-Haynes first presented their idea of a community garden to the cit izens of Tampa, it was well re ceived Not only did they gain sup port from the East Tampa Community Revitalization but the Tampa City Council gave their stamp of approval as well. vvhe!l they opened their community garden at 1012 East 28th A'{enue, everyone was excited and a lot of peo ple visited the site and joined in on the cultivating imd planting. Since then, how ever, interest has fallen off, but the garden is still very much alive. Last Thursday, the Tampa City Council, during a morn ing workshop, again dis cussed Community Gardens, but this time it was Councilman Charlie Miranda ad dressing what he saw as a big problem. "I think that allowing alco hol to be consumed during celebrations at a community garden is a problem, and we may need to adopt an ordi-Maria Ortiz-Haynes Oeft) and Frances Brooks. nance to prevent that." City Council Chair, Thomas Scott, said the other issue is some of those gardens are on private prop erty, and there may be a legal issue involved in adopting such an ordinance. Ms. Brooks said they have a 2-year lease on the property where their current garden is on 28th Avenue, and are in volved in negotiations with a homeowner about two lots adjacent to each other. "The lots we're in negotia tions about are not in same area as the one in East Tampa. They are within the boundaries of the VV eed and Seed area and we've been talking with Kim Miner about those locations, because city ordinances are in volved." "VVe would have a much larger area with the other lo cation, and as far as zoning is concerned, I think there should be a clear distinction on the difference between city-owned and private owned prope1ty for commu nity gardens." A group from Seminole Heights wanted to move their garden to a lot on 34th Street, just south of Lake Avenue, but because the property is city-owned, their request was denied by the City Council. Councilman Scott said the issue concerning the gar dens will be raised again dur ing a workshop planned for November. 1\) 0 ..... 0 Left to right: Kenya Lacey, Glocy Tiller, Derek J, Janice Albury and Mz. Tasha. Buckhead hairstylist Derek J is used to tending to celebrity tresses. He says his client list includes singers Natalie Cole and. Angie Stone, as well as actresses Terri Vaughn and Nicole Ari Parker, to name a few. The 27-year-old, originally from Toledo, Ohio, has also been the stylist for three of the five divas that make up "The Real Housewives of At-lanta," including Kandi Burruss while she was a r member of the group -Xs-cape. Derek J also ap-c peared in Chris Rock's l> documentary "Good Hair." Derek J was in town on z Monday to .take care 'of his :::! client, Mrs. Janice Albucy. J was the guest of 1 Fredrick and Janice AI-bury while visiting beaU:tiful J= TampaBay. m -4 z "'D c: OJ c CJ) ::I: m c

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Local C\1 N' ffi A Night Of Praise And WorshiP m (.) 0 >=' c a: LL THE UCF GOSPEL CHOIR WITH REV. JULIUS L. WYNN, SR. On Saturday, October 9th, The University of Central Florida's Gospel and Central Choir per formed at Highland Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Julius L. Wynn, Sr., pastor. It was a wonderful evening of praise and worship. (Photo By Tommy Holton) Progress Village News Progress Village residents, please phone your news in to Gloria McNair Johnson at (813) 403-0071. Ms, Johnson always worked closely with Mrs. Iradean London Biggs to gather the news. Mrs Biggs is recuperating in Clearwater ),;j'')' . 2Q10::2011 5(!Qson will be held. from 1-4pm 50 Years 01 Sisterhood These three ladies met as youngsters at Greater Mount Carmel AME Church 50 years ago. Their sisterhood/friendship has remained over the years. They were together recently at Allen Temple -AME Church when the Couple's Recommitment Service was held on September 11, 2010. From left to right: Jackie Bell DenJtis, Bettye Greene Johnson and Carrie McCullough Williams All About You Albanv State Universitv National Alumni Association The Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter of the Albany State University National Alumni Association will meet Saturday, October 30, 2010, 10 a.m. at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Rd. All alumni of ASU, parents of students currently enrolled, stu dents and supporters are asked to attend. For more information, please call (813) 962-4925 . NOTICE OF POLLING Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections announces the following Polling Site changes for the General Election on Tuesday November 2, 2010. PRECINCT OLD POLLING NEW POLLING NEW SITE SITE ADDRESS 1902 s 556 Iglesias de Roy Haynes Village Avenue Dios Park Tampa, FL 33612 1902 s. 557 Iglesias de Roy Haynes Village Avenue Dios Park Tampa, FL 33612 Kennedy New Tampa 10001 Cross Creek 673 BBQ& Regional Boulevard, Catering Library Tampa, FL 33647 Evangelical Plant City 1107 Charlie Presbyterian Griffin Road, 751 Church of Church of Plant City, FL God Plant City 33566 Lord of Life First 602 Charlie 754 Lutheran Assembly Griffin Road, Church of God Plant City, FL 33566 Visit our website at www.votehillsborough.org for directions. If you have any or need further information, please call (813) 272-5850. Earl Lennard SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY

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New west Tampa Tampa Native Eric Darius Is (') Business wants To Clearwater Jazz Festival Headliner @ m Bring life Back To Area Frank and Pearl Dixon, owners of Diovalique. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer When Frank Dixon and hi s wife, Pearl, were looking for a loca tion to open a beauty and barber shop, they wanted to be around working people and in a comm uni ty that has histo ry The couple settled on a building at 2518-1/2 North Albany, and opened Dio valique World of Beauty and Barber Shop. The shop opened in May of this year, and Dixon said they have picked up a lot of business Dixon saip he got into the hair care business because his wife is a stylist, and he be lieved in her vision "We looked at three loca tions before selecting the one on Albany. We wanted to bring a hi gh quality business to the area, and I think we've done tha t "We employ five people, and patrons have raved over the way our shop looks inside, an d they love our family friendly atmosphere with play stations and beverages for the kids. Dixon and his wife are na ti ves of Miami, and he said that's where he developed his en t repre neur skills. I owned a restaurant there with my wife, but there was too much violence in Miami and we had to get out of there. It's just not a safe place to be anymore." Dixon, who also owns a restaurant in Clearwater, said he and Pearl have plans of expanding in the future. Diovalique World of BeautY and Barber Shop is a sponsor of the Barber's Battle going on at the Cotton Club across the street from his shop. 1\) 0 ..... 0 r 0 Local artists and best friends, Trumaine Burrell, Shannon Legrand, and Nadia Darius :!:! sang backup for national recording artist Lalah Hathway who joined Tampa's own, jazZ saxophonist Eric Darius during his set at the Clearwater Jazz Festival last weekend en Don't Forget To November 2nd. z m r ID c:: r r m Tile freedlll ,,.,, z ., c:: ID r c;; ::I: m c Sening reiiable honest public servant connected to our community Paid for by Charlie Crist for U.S. Senate. Tllll's Cllltlie CtiSII m < m C! m C/) c )> z c :!:! c

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Rolling Stone: President Obama's Record Reveals Something Startling -A Trulv Historic Presidencv ;(As reported in Rolling Stone Magazine) charges are familiar: He' s a compromiser who hasn't stood up to the GOP or Wall Street. But, a look at his record reveals something even more startling -a truly historic presidency. For many progressives, the presidency of Barack Obama has deeply disappointing. To hear prominent lefties tell it, the New Jesus of the campaign trail has morphed into the New Judas of the Oval Office. MSNBC host, Cenk Uygrir declared in a July show that "Obama's not going to give us real change. He's going to ive us pocket change and a mission accomplished banner." Such selective indictments, legitimate and troubling in many of their particulars, grossly distort the sweat of the 44th presidency. It's one thing to call the president on his s***. It's quite another to paint his entire presidency as s***. Presidential historian, D.ouglas Brinkley, expectations were so sky-high for him that they were impossible to fulfill. "Obama's partly to blame for this: People were expecting a progressive revolution. What the president has delivered instead is gritty, nuts-andbolts, political legislative work, and it's been rough. One scholar said looking at Obama's first two years, you don' t have any rivals since Lyndon Baines Johnson, and that includes Ronald Reagan. In reviewing 8 key points of Obama's presidency, you get a better picture of what's real ly going on. 1. Averting a depression: Contemplate for a momentthe abyss that Obama's leadership steered us away from -where we would be today if Republican radicals had succeeded in allowing the economic to take its course ; According to a study by economists from Princeton and Moody's more than 16 million jobs would have been lost without the interventions ofTARP, the Recovery Act and the Federal Reserve double the damage actually suffered. Unemployment would have spiked to 16.5 percent and next year's federal deficit would have more than dou-II _Because they want to hold onto We aust wte Je8 ea -ts6&8. These constitutional changes will allow us to choose our candidates and rightfully establish us as equal partners in a process that has excluded us in the past Amendments 5 & 6 will end the days of backroom deals that have diluted our voting power. '' bled, to $2.6 trillion. Obama played a pivotal role in the economic interventions that staved off disaster. 2. Sparking Recovery: To the extent that Obama has attempted to brand his presi dential project in the way FDR did with the New Deal or LBJ did with his great society, he has talked about a new foun dation. And the Recovery Act was designed to lay the cor nerstones. 3 Saving Detroit: If the Obama administration had allowed General Motors and Chrysler to go under, it would have triggered collapse of parts suppliers and dealerships nationwide, creating such collateral damage that even Ford would likely have gone belly up. The collapse would also have led to the loss of more than a million jobs, primarily in the devastated economies of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana, where,unemployment is among the highest in the country. 4 Reforming Health Care: Obama's crow.ning legislative achievement is health care reform. His $1 tril lion reform is neither simple nor elegant. Over the next decade, it will extend health coverage to 32 million uninsured Americans the equivalent of New York and Illinois combined by expanding eli gibility for Medicaid and sub sidizing insurance for low and middle income citizens. By the end of this decade, 95 percent of Americans will have health 5 Cutting Corporate Welfare: The universal health care that Obama won may not contain a public alter native to .for-profit insurance, but the president did succeed in dismantling a major corporate gravy train. The health care bill is paid for, in part, by cutting $136 billion paid out under Medicare Advantage -a Bush era boondoggle under which private insurers were larded with subsidies for the dubious service of inserting themselves as middlemen between patients and govern ment run Medicare. 6. Restoring America's Reputation: As president, Obama has stuck to the timetable he laid out withdrawing near'ly 100,000 troops from Iraq. The move meant quietly overruling his top general on the ground. 7 Protecting Consumers: Obama has taken heat from progressive critics over the weakest aspects of his effort to reform Wall Street. It remains unclear whether the new law will do enough to rein in high-risk trading and end the era of Too Big to Fail. But the law does take bold steps to avoid a repeat of the current meltdown. 8. Launching A CleanEnergy Moonshot: The absence of a cap on carbon pollution has been offset in large part by the enormous strides Obama has made toward a cleaner, lower carbon economy. With the recovery Act, the president effectively launched what greens have long agitated for: an Apollo like moonshot on clean energy Skeptics saw Obama as a beautiful loser, hellbent on idealism. But, as President, he's been the opposite: an ugly winner. This is why it is so important to VOTE November 2nd. We must make sure President Obama continues to do good things in and for America. We can't let the GOP get the majority in Congress again. Vote early, or on November 2nd. Just make sure you VOTE! -Adora Obi Nweze, FL NAACP President The Florida NAACP supports a YES vote on Amendments 5 & 6. 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