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Celebrating66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area ras at eaves an ea av e omestic e ate VOL. 66 NO. 20 . FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2010 60 PAGES 75 RADIANT JEWELS AT VAN BUREN MIDDLE SCHOOL The Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc., founded a mentoring program for girls several years ago under the Services To Youth facet. The signature program has been an award winner, regionally and nationally. The organization meets with the young ladies once a month and has various activities for them. The program is held at two schools, Sheehy Elementary and yan Buren Middle School. The ladies are given journals to write down their activities monthly, are taken on field trips and are given etiquette training. The students at Van Buren are all 8th graders. Each month a guest speaker is asked to share their profession and their life, under the theme "I Dream A World." The October speaker was Kay Andrews, publisher of the Florida Sentinel. Kay is a member of the Links, Inc. Chapter. Members of the committee also spoke to the young ladies about Breast Cancer and each young lady was given her Radiant Jewel tshirt and a gift. Margarette Spears is the STY chair, and Ozepher Wilds is the vice chair. The 2010-2011 Radiant Jewels are shown sitting: Kalycha Ortiz, Samone King, Nyasia Dolphin, Allison Wood, Kay Andrews, who was the guest speaker, Aeneas Gallon, Genisha Cato, Maritza Dennis, and Vivica Fedrick. Shown on the back row are: Marlanda Jean-Bap tiste, Samone Arnold, Chane'l Lee, Shaniqua Pascal, Jasmine Haywood, Markayla Robinson, Shakayla Vernon, Alexandra Marrero, and Yaralisa Ramos. Tatiana Sherman, Micheala Harper, and Jenelli Franks are not shown. of the Tampa Chapter of the Links, Inc. are: Verneka Rhodes, Margarette Spears, Ellie Gilder, Kay Jefferson, Sonja Garcia, Phyllis Lee; Frances Sykes, Ozepher Wilds, Evelyn Bethune, and Ruby Brown. (Photography By Brunson). Ex-Longshoreman Dies After Lengthy Illness Retired General Seeks To Educate, En1powar Veterans Mom Arrested For Threatening Son, 12, With Handgun African Proverb Even Silence Speaks GO VOTE! Jm. 7 1

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a: w m 0 1-() 0 c a: LL >-a: 0 ...J LL Features Ex-longshoreman Dies After lengthv Illness BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular form e r longshorema n died because of complication s f r om kidney disease. Kenneth "Murph" Murphy, 50, was in New Haven, Connecticut, at the time of his death on October 22nd. A Tampa native, Mr. Murphy was born and raised in Progress Village and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was the youngest of four sons of the late Mrs. Bertha Lee Murphy and Johnny Murphy, Sr. We were one of the first families to move into Progress Village. Each sum mer, we would go to Madison County to visit our grandparents. He was a very popular guy. I was 11 months older than he was and for 11 days, we were the same age. For years, people used to get us confused, KENNETH "MURPH" MURPHY 9/19/60 to 10/22/10 his brother Timothy Murphy said. After reaching adulthood, Mr. Murphy be came a longshoreman and worked on the docks for several years. He was diagnosed with kidney disease in 1997 and Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death .Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls plac e d on di a lysis his brothe r. H e further s t a t e d that althoug h the family didn't have any close famil y members in Connecticut, his brother moved to New Haven about six ye ars ago. "I asked him why he wanted to move to Connecticut. He was ill then, but he just wanted to move there. Mr. Murphy enjoyed all types of sports, but loved to play basketball, his brother said. Mr. Murphy is survived by his father and stepmother Johnny and Geneva Murphy, Sr.; a daughter, Ms. Fredricka Murphy, and two grandchildren. He also has 3 brothers, Johnny, Jr., Timothy, and Landry, among other fami1y members and friends. Funeral services for Mr. Murphy will be held at 2 p. m. on Saturday at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel 301 N Howard Avenue. www.stringerlawfirm.com B e f ore ch oosi n g a l awy e r ask for writt e n i n f o rm atio n abo ut t he l awye r s l ega l q u alificatio n s and ex peri e n ce Union President Questions HART Board About 1C Tax BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Vanessa Cephus, Presi dent of Local1593, Tampa, is from New York. She knows the importance of modern day transportation, specifi cally rail. ''I'm all for the ex pansion of rail. Because where I've come from, it takes rail to move people around, she said. She has questions about how the surtax will be used in conjunction with the employThe tax amendment is on the current ballot. I'm all for the sales tax for expanding. I want to see the town grow," she explainep "But when HART says there is a freeze on wages of current employ ees for the next 2 years, I'm not quite understanding that. The tax is supposed to bring in millions of dollars and pro vide so many jobs. What will happen to the current em ployees? Is there a scheme to get us out?" "HART just received an award for being the #1 mid size bus company," she said. Ms. Cephus, a bus driver who has been in Tampa 10 y ears made her concerns known w hen s h e spok e to the VANESSA CEPHUS HART Board last week. "I'm not sure if they plan to privatize our jobs, or when they hire new people are they going to tell them that they won't get a raise for 2 years? I'm not sure of their inten tions," she said. Although her comments and concerns are just coming out, Ms. Cephus said she has been asking questions for months, but her questions have not been answered. "We have not told members of the union how to vote on this one. We' ve decided to stay neutral. We said to them to think seriously about what y ou are doing." Adoption Immigration C ivil/ Personal Injury Bankruptcy Guardianship Probate Social Security Wills Call Us. We Can Help F. Kemi Oguntebi Attorney At Law 109 N. Armel)ia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 Th e h irin g o f a l awyer i s an i mportant decision that should not be baSed solely upqn advertisements. Before }'OIJ decide, a s k us t o send you FREE written i n f orma tion about ou r qual i ficati ons a nd experience! OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hillsborough County Prosecutor-Deputy Chief E Chapter 7 Liquidation Wipe Out Bad Debt! Get Rid Of: 1. Judgments 2. Liens 3. Bills 4. Unsecured Debts $500.00 Plus Filing Fees & Costs FREE CONSULTATION Call (813) 223 -1200Tampa (727) 209-0814 Clearwater/St. Pete

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Volunteers Needed For oo Vote' Canvassillg Campaign BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor As the final days to cast ,allots for the General Elec ion nears, the final push to voters to go to the polls is underway. This weekend, volunteers will canvas neighborhoods urging people to vote. The Citizens Committee, Marvin Knight, founder; the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus, Ms. Dianne Hart, President; and the Black Elected Officials of Hillsborough County, Senator Arthenia Joyner, Chairperson; are seeking volunteers. The ;!DElANO S. STEWART, PA. -' STEWART ATlAW Community For 45 Years" I WAS TRAINE TO SERVE YOU: T.' Washington Univ. 0 higan Morehouse Long ,,_ ard Univ. Relocated To: 505 E. JACKSON _STREET SUITE 301 TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 221-4454 Domestic Relations Dissolution Of Marriage Child Support Adoption Sandra Cornwall, Esq. & Delano Stewart, Esq. AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREEProttJssiona/SIJndctJ! PersonalizedService 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 Ulere is a dispute on how the ac cident 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 DeaHl And More ... elle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week volunteers will meet at 9 a m., on Saturday, October 301h, at the AI Barnes Park, (formerly 1Sth Avenue Park) . Volunteers will donate two hours to either canvas neighborhoods or work on the telephone banks. Anyone interested in volunteering is also asked to bring a political tee shirt to wear during canvassing. State Senator Arthenia Joyner said, "We need people to work for just two hours to help canvas neighborhoods. We are going to canvas the neighborhoods on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday to encourage people to go vote." Marvin Knight said, "One of the most important assets we have is the power to vote. Some believe that their votes don't count and are not important. Please don't take your voting rights for granted. "Take this opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the people in our communities, to make our goals and dreams a reality." Knight said the struggle to win the right to vote was a hard fought battle that cost the lives of mariy people. He further stated that the alternative to not voting means that candidates who d o n t have the best interest of minorities, especially Blacks, will be elected. SEN. ARTHENIA JOYNER Chairperson of the Black Elected Officials of .Hillsborough County MARVIN KNIGHT Founder of Citizens Committee MS. DIANNE HART President, Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus -1 0 OJ m 1\) 1\) 0 .. 0 ro :!:! c )> en m z :::t z m r-aJ c: rrm :::t z c: OJ !: en :I: m c m < m He further stated that President Barack Obama had made some bold moves in the areas of jobs, education, and healthcare. However, without Democrats in office to support him, he will not be able to accomplish his goals. < recipients who receive state -1 Knight further stated that the Office of the governor is up for election and that the wrong candidate in office will be detrimental to minorities. "We will lose many of the hard fought gains that have been made. There will be drug testing for low-income assistance and life will be-C: come a lot harder. I cannot m put enough emphasis on the-C importance of this mid-term election." )> Knight said he is not only z encouraging everyone to C vote, but he is asking that each person encourage an-c . other person to vote. ''CALL RICKY'' ''ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY .-------------------1 1(813) 892-8193j' Or Email : callrickywilliams@gmail.com Ava ble 24 FREE Consultation State & W. C. s Certified by an State University All Job-Related In uries Change Treating hysicians Collect Back Pay Hostile Work Environment W.C./ Race Discrimination FREE CONSULTATION! (Except For Punt ntle VII Cases) 220 E. Madison Street Suite 1207, Tampa, FL 33602 Visit Us On-line At: www.FORDlAWfiRM.ORG (Former U.S. Attorney) dtdsion bo based \4)01\ odfYOrtltorntnts. Btfueyou dodd<. .... utto

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N a) ffi Tranic Fatalitv Being Investigated; Mav Be Domestic Related lXI At 12 noon Tuesday, Tampa () Police rec e ived a 9-1-1 call of 0 a fight in the parking lot of the Aliana Meat Market, 4016 c North 22nd Street. The caller a: said three people were LL involved in the fight. As a result, a car crashed into a light pole on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, killing the driver who was later identified as 38-year-old Forrest "Rocky" Cooper. ... .., __ ...,. injuries. Pierre's condition i s unknown at this time as hos pital officials won t confirm he's a patient at any of the local hospitals. Ms. Jamison only said he's recovering from his injuries Lance said they were aware Rocky and Lisa were having problems between them. "We lost a family member to an act of pure foolishness, said Lance." A series of events led to Tuesday's tragedy, and it all started with Cooper's girl friend, Lisa Jamison. According to Ms. Jamison, she and Cooper had been experiencing domestic problems for years, and she had taken out a tres pass warning against him to keep him away from her home. The couple met five years ago FORREST iROCKYi COOPER This was the scene of a traffic fatality that started with a fight in the parking lot of a nearby meat store. Cooper's family is setting up a car wash to raise funds at a Shell Gas Station on Florida Avenue and Waters. I had gotten home from said he was with his brother during the entire series of events Tuesday, and this is his account of what happened. then everything was fine. Rocky was in the car when Lisa's sister showed up and approached the car swinging at Rocky. The car ended up in gear imd after that things just spun out of control." work at 1 a.m Tuesday, and ::( he was sitting outside waiting C on me. We had an alterca"My sister, my son, my niece, and I were together and we went to pick up Rocky from a friend's house on 22nd Street and Ida. My sister decided to stop at the meat store to do some shop ping." Lance said Pierre had gotten inside the car with Rocky, and they were fight ing. The fighting continued as Rocky was trying to leave in the car, and he never closed his door. a: LL c z ::( c UJ w ::;) .... w > w c w J: UJ :J lXI ::;) c. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) lXI ..J w z i= z w UJ ( a: 0 ..J LL tion, and afterwards, I thought he was gone, but when I woke up, he was still out there. He told me he wasn't giving up on us and that he had put too much time into our relationship. He then left." Cooper's brother, Lance, Lance said they were preparing to leave the meat store, when Jamison's son, Louis Pierre, Jr., 18, sud denly appeared behind their car "We exchanged words, but "The next thing I knew, the car was speeding out of the parking lot, Rocky was fighting Pierre, and it went around the corner. By the time we caught up to them, it for Cou .. tv Commissioner District 5, Countyvvide ... Ken Hagan has made many key decisions to help our community." Florida Sentinel Bulletin 1011511o1o A committed to: ./ Bringing more jobs to our community ./ Strengthening our Head Start programs ./ Improving our neighborhoods ./ Protecting our children had crashed into the pole. ''My 13-year-old son and my 2-year-old niece were in the car when it crashed along with Pierre and Rocky." Lance said it was the actions of his son that saved his niece's life. "If he hadn't strapped her into that car seat, when the car hit that pole, she probably would have died. We thank God for that. She got a few cuts and a broken leg, but she will be fine. My son wasn't injured at all." Cooper was pronounced dead at the scene and Pierre was hospitalized with The wake will be held from 6 p. m. until 8 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home <:n Howard Avenue next Wednesday Police spokesperson, Janelle McGregor, said detectives are still interview ing witnesses, and it's unclear what transpired that resulted in Pierre and his sister being at the meat store at the same time Cooper apd his family was there. "Detectives are still actively investigating the case to determine what happened, and if any charges will fol low." Hw @> NJsJ. 481 0 E. Busch Blvd #8 Tampa, FL 33617 (813) 989-8759 Harriett Russell Laklscha Judge Owner/Stylist Stylist/Specializing In / "-Quick Weave Thelma Cllll'lo! Charlene Henderson/ Stylis.:_/ Nail Technician...../ Booth Rental Available Call For Your Appt. 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., hours interviewing candi-dates, asking tough questions, 0 and studying the amend(') ments and referendums. The d Board's recommendations tD were made with you in mind. A combination of those rec-1\) ommendations and your knowledge should shorten your stay at the voting booth. 0 FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, Fl., 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.201 0 (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, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO Subscriptions-$44 00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. An Election Of A lifetime The 2010 General Election may very well be the election of a lifetime for Black Americans. As such, we hope none of you who are eligible to vote will have to tell your children or grandchildren that you did not take the time to become a positive part of history. The rallying cry of the "Tea Party" and of Right Wing Republicans, "We must take back our country," should send shivers down the spine of any right-thinking voter. Ask yourself, "Who do the Tea Partiers and Conservatives plan to take the country back from? Most certainly, the only answer is that President Barack. Obama, who is .Black, has been elected President. And they want to take his presidency back. But why? T he cable television hosts, the so-called po litical experts and the political pollsters have all spoken. They have said that the De mocrat base is not motivated in the 2010 election. They have declared nothing but gloom and doom for Demo cratic candidates. They have already declared the 2010 election over and out for Re publicans and the Tea Party. Let me remind you, Democ rats rallied to victory in 2008 behind the slogan "Yes We Can.'' We will do the same in 2010, only the slogan this time is "Yes We Will.'' Yes we will vote in 2010 and yes we will vote in large numbers. We will all be reminded that yes we still can. Early voting comes to an end at 6 p. m., Saturday. It is too late to request an absentee ballot by mail. So, the ques tion becomes, have you cast your vote yet? If you haven't, don't worry. This Tuesday, November 2, 2010, you can still cast your vote. From 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. you can go to your voting precinct and cast your vote. If Black folks, Hispanics and young people are going to be recog nized as a political force, then we must go vote on this com ing Tuesday. Right this minute, make going to vote one of your top priorities for Tuesday. The ballot for this election is long. It is made longer and a bit more complicated by a long list of amendments and referendums. Still, the process does not have to be compli cated. All you have to do is to clip out the endorsements made by the Florida Sentinel Editorial Board and use them to make voting easier for you. It is important to know that the Editorial Board spent The "taking back of America" seemingly means returning to or the beginning of a war based on lies to fatten the coffers of ''friend companies" that make war equipment and supplies, deregulating Wall Street, banks and mortgage companies, maintaining or expanding tax breaks for .the rich, poor international relations, torturing prisoners of war, ignoring global warming, dismantling the health care reform, and eliminating domestic stimulus programs that create jobs for Americans while giving tax benefits to companies that take jobs overseas. A Job Hall Done If you don't want all these "take-backs" to end up in your backyard, we suggest you take back your responsibility to vote, by November 2nd. Some things Americans simply should not ask to be returned. T rainloads of books will be written about him .. .how the son of a Black man from Kenya and a white woman from Kansas (could she have been Dorothy from the Wizard ofOz?) walked a yellow-brick road overwhelm ingly into becoming the first Black president to occupy the Congressional District 56 of Supreme Court I u .s. Senate David Chalela Just!ce Charles T. Canady Yes Kendrick Meek . Justtce Jorge Labarga Yes I U.S. Representative District 9 Anita De Palma District 11 Kathy Castor District 12 Lori Edwards State Governor Alex Sink Attorney General Dan Gelber Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Loranne Ausley Commissioner of Agriculture Scott Maddox State Senator District 12 Jim Norman D1stnct 57 Justice James E. C. Perry Yes Stacy Frank Justice Ricky Polston Yes 1 District 58 District Court of Appeal I Janet Cruz Judge Marva Crenshaw Yes District 60 Judge Patricia Kelly Yes I Russ Patterson Judge Nelly N. Khouzam Yes Judge Robert Morris Yes 1 District 61 Judge Steven Northcutt Yes Elena Judge Craig Villanti Yes I McCullough Judge Douglas Wallace Yes I District 67 Amendments Z. J. Hafeez No. 1 NO I County 2645 osss o T E II County Commission District 1 John Dingfelder No. 8 NO 1 County Commission Referendums District 2 Nonbinding Statewide Advisory Referendum NO I Victor Crist countywide Transportation System Construction 1 County Commission Maintenance Operations through the Levy of a District 3 1% Sales Surtax FOR I Les Miller Amends the Charter to Eliminate the Veto Powers I Provision of an Elected County Mayor YES County Commission Economic Development Property Tax Exemptions 1 State Representative District 5 for New Businesses and Expansion of Existing I \District 16 Ken Hagan Businesses YES I Nina Hayden School Board A Proposal to Amend the Reapportionment I District 47 District 4 Provision to Require an Additional Public I I Michael Steinberg Richard Bartels Meeting YES I District 6 A Proposal to Amend the Hillsborough County I District 55 April Griffin Charter Provisions Pertaining To the lntemar 1 Darryl Rouson Performance Auditor YES seat of the Oval Office. Histo:rians will puzzle on paper as to how he -Barack Obama won overwhelmingly among a 96 percent African American vote, a 54 percent young white American vote as well as a 40 percent white American woman vote and an whelming support from Amer ican Latinos. Someone will say, "Not since 1993, has an incoming presi dent had such strong majorities in both houses of United States Congress." Then the presses will stop. Microphones will grow silent. Internets will freeze and CDs will stutter as historians find they are at a loss as to why America s most capable presi dent since Franklin D. Roosevelt, was made to fight for crumbs, every day of his life. Why? Because the majority of the voters who put him in the White House in 2008 refused to come back, less than two years later, to re-elect the men and women responsible for helping President Obama to do what was necessary to save America. And who will be to blame when the final books are writ ten as to why one of the ablest presidents to sit in the Oval Office was stripped of his power and abandoned by the people who put him in office? Who will future generations turn to and point at in angry silence, as the culprits who did Be a part of the 'Yes We Will' crowd and make sure that you cast your vote. What you say, what you think, and your vote will count until Tuesday, No vember 2nd, at 7 p. m. when the polls close. After that time, neither your thoughts or your votes Will matter. Voting will be over. 'Yes We Can!' carried us to victory in 2008 and 'Yes We Will' can carry us to victory in 2010. This election is especially important to Black people. Mr. Barack Obama is the first ever Black President of the United States. If he fails, how long will it be before we get another Black man as president? On November 2nd, let us say f! and mean it: 'Yes We Will;' so 0 that on November 3rd, we can ::0 say 'Yes We Did.' not stand by their own dream? Who was the ethnic group whose motto for years, was "Keep Your Eyes on the Prize," and "We Shall Overcome," who, upon helping to deliver en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z an American miracle to the world, suddenly turned their backs on the whole process, two years later, then went home and went to sleep? m What shall be said about rBlack Americans who refused en to vote when common sense ::t m c hung in the balance? Pollsters have already writ-ten us off. News reporters m across America and around the world have concluded, the -1 one major support-group, who C: literally marched to the polls m to send Barack Obama and C his supporters to the White House, had decided that it had )> done its duty. Z Experts are saying Black Americans are doing what :!! they did auring the late 1970S C and 1980s. Patting themselves on the back for numerous steps forward, they like the Titanic have taken their eyes off an iceberg dead ahead. -President Barack Obama cannot succeed if we do not give him the men and women with whom to con tinue to cultivate a cure for a sick America. The forces mass ing against him are betting that Black voters neither know, nor care about a future where so-called conservatism, polished chauvinism and up scale racism will roll back twenty to thirty years of social and humanitarian progress. A political war is raging. We scream for reinforcements. Come November 2nd, save our society. Go to the polls! Vote as if there were no tqmorrow . C) because (guess what?) if you m don't vote, there won't be!

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0 Six m C'll a: w m 0 I(.) 0 Parents Shocked To Learn Examiner Kept Son's Brain NEW YORK --Andre 0 and Korisha Shipley were Shipley, whose daughter Shannon came home in tears that day delivering the news. "They knew Jesse and he knew them. They were looking at his brain, and his brain was looking right back at them," the father adds. blunt trauma resulting from a car accident -so there was no reason for authorities to have kept the brain for further review. 0: still mourning the death of LL. their 17-year-old son, Jesse, . when two months after his funeral, they received shocking news from students of the same Staten Island, New York, high school Jesse had attended. Members of a forensic science club on a field trip to the morgue couldn't beiieve what they noticed on a cabinet in the medical examiner's lab. "They saw this jar with a brain in it labeled Jesse Shipley," recalls Korisha Jesse Shipley died in a car accident in January 2005, and the family members say that even though they agreed to an autopsy, they thought they were burying their son with all of his organs. To them, the cause of death was obvious -The couple is now suing the city for the emotional distress caused by the handling of their son's remains. "As far as we understand, during an autopsy you cut open the body, you look for the cause of death, you check out the organs and you put them back in. In this case, it was a little more than that," Andre Shipley says. & PARNEll, PA JF' ATTORNEYS AT LAW A f GIBBS. ESQ. MATIHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ THOMAS E. PARNELL. ESQ. ERIC M MOORE. ESQ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SUP AND fAll, NURSING HOME NEG SE IN 722 E. FLETCHER AVE TAMPA, FL 33612 WWW.G I BBSAN D PARN E LL.COM IRM IS RATED BY MARTINDALE-HUBBELL, THE HIGHEST RATING FOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE. 71u: Hiring If A Lawyer Is A11 Important Dcsido11 71wt S h o uld Notllc Ha. d Solely Upon Advertiseme11t. Befinv You Dec:idie, A sk Us Til Semllcm FREE Wrillen lnformalirm About Our Qtwl!tications And E.tperiencc. .. Nation Of Islam Calls The Bav Area Communitv To Action BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Sunday, October 17th marked the 15th anniversary of the Mil lion Man March, and the first "Day Of Atonement" message by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. On that day at the Tampa Convention Center Minister Farrakhan addressed nearly 10,000 people and said he was basically disappointed at the progress that has been made over the past 15 years. He again asked for a "Day Of Atone ment," and explained what the people needed to atone for and why. Following the triumphant cel ebration of Minister Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam representatives are calling the bay area community to an Action Agenda, based on Minister Farrakhan's message of Atonement, Reconciliation, and Responsibility. On Saturday, October 30th at 5 p. m., everyone is asked to meet at the H.O.P.E Center, 4902 22nd Street. All committed citizens in the bay area are asked to come out to address the conditions of Black people illuminated in Minister Farrakhan's atonement message. Addressing the audience will be Student Minister Louis Muhammad from Mosque #95 in St. Petersburg, Student Study Group Coordinator Brother Ali Muhammad, and Student Assistant Regional Minister James Muhammad. Invited special guests will be Rev. W. G. Dixon, Connie Burton, Candy Lowe, and Rene Brown. Also, Brother Jihad Muhammad will be in atten dance. Brother Mu-hammad is the founder of Building Young Community (BYC), a group of young people being taught to respect their commu nity and their people. Everyone is encouraged to bring their thoughts, ideas, questions, and suggestions, and make their voice heard. For more information, call (813) 965-7988, or (813) 3528821. 505 East .Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW BARBARA]. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Familv Law Personal Injury Aflornev & Counselor At Law Cypicss Point Oflicc Parl.: 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 T
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Local Retired General Seeks To Educate, Empower Veterans BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After grad uating from high school, he gra duat ed from college before becoming a member of the U. S. Air Force. LLOYD w. He retired in "FIG" NEWTON 2000 at the rank of General and now seeks to help educate and empower other veterans. Five years ago, after retiring as Vice President of Pratt & Whit ney Military Engines, Gen. (Ret.) Lloyd W. "Fig" Newton and his wife, Elouise, moved to Tampa. Since relocat ing, his goal is to become in volved in community activities. One area of concern General Newton has i s educating veter ans about what services are avail able. He will serve as the Co-Chairman for the Salute To Veterans that will take place on Saturday November 6th, at the HCC Dale Mabry Campus. I have traveled to various cities throughout the country and it seems that minority veterans, and especially African Ameri cans; are underserved. I want to empower veterans by providing knowledge about the services and benefits available for them. "Many who have served feel that if they didn't retire, then they are not entitled to benefits. If they have the information, then the veterans will have access to care and services as well as other information that will help improve their lives," General Newton said. After graduating from Ten nessee University with a B. S. Degree in Aviation Education General Newton entered the U. S. Air Force as a Second Lieu tenant. General Newton be came a First Lieutenant in 1967. In 1985, he earned his Master of Arts Degree in Public Adminis tration from George Washington University, Washington, DC. During his tenure, General Newton was a command pilot with more than 4,000 flying hours including 269 combat missions in Vietnam. He was chosen as a member of the U S. Air Force Aerial Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds, making him the first African American pilot to fly with the team. After serving as the Congres sional Liaison Officer with the U. S House of Representatives, he se rved as the Director of Opera tions, U. S. Special Operations Command and as Assistant Vice Chief of Staff Headquarters U S. Air Force. General Newton served in the military for 341/2 years before retiring in 2000. A native of Ridgeland, South Carolina, General Newton is the father of 5 adult children and has 7 grandchildren. He and his wife are members of St. Andrews Methodist Church and both enjoy playing golf. CLASS BANKING <'I' t Service Understanding Passion You don't draw a line between your business and personal life. Neither do we. Your business deserves undivided attention. And that's exactly what you can expect. We'll get to know you, as well as your business. So we might suggest Online Payroll as your business expands, but we 'll also talk about the other things that can keep you up at night. Like tuition. That level of service is more than just our promise, it's your right. To see all the ways we can serve your business, visit suntrust.com/businessclass or call 866.442.1370. SUNTRusr Partnership Solutions Live Sotfd. Bank SoHd. SunTrust Bank, Member FDIC. <>2010 SunTrust Banks, Inc. SunTrust and Live sOtkl. Bank Solkl. are federally registered service marks of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. "TT JJ 0 0 (') -t 0 CD m JJ 1\) (0 1\) 0 ..... 0 "TT r 0 JJ 0 )> CJ) m z :::! z m r CD c r r m :::! z ""C c CD c CJ) ::I: m 0 m < m JJ < -t c m CJ) 0 )> z 0 "TT JJ 0

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Local C\1 en C\1 a: w m 0 ._. (.) 0 c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w ::> t-> a: w > w c w :::t: en :J m ::> c. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. < I co w 0 Group Reunites In Honor It Pastor's Anniversarv Kingdom Harvest Fest Instead Of Traditional. 'Halloween' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, October 30th, at 5 p.m. members of the community will come together to celebrate the anniversary of a longtime Tampa minster. The event will feature an Appreciation Gospel Concert as part of the celebration. The celebration honoring the 21s t Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Earl Mason, Sr., will be held at Bible Based Fellowship, 8718 N. 46th Street. Among those slated to perform in the event are members of the Florida Mass Reunion Choir. Dr. Mason said the Florida Mass Choir is still in existence and under the direction of Rev. Dr. Arthur T. Jones, pastor of Bible-Based Fellowship of Carrollwood. "This (reunion choir), is a group of friends who sing and who will come together this one time for this one event," Dr. Mason stated. REV. DR. EARIJ B. MASON, SR. Pastor of Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace Minister Herbert Jacobs, Minister of Music for Springhill M. B. Church, said, the group singing at the anniversary celebration are some members of the original A DAY OF PRAISE AND WORSHIP MOUNT OLIVE AME CHURCH 1902 W LA SALLE STREET TAMPA, FL 813 9 AM CHURCH ScHOOL PROMOTION BREAKFAST 11 AM CAROLYN A. FAVORS WMS WITNESS HOUR 4 PM FAVORS WRIGHT LAY ORGANIZATION WITNESS HOUR 91 SlnlrllolleJohnton 11 iltl Dr. Shilay HopltD DtMII 4 pm Rtv. Cot11u Heath Rev. Jarnt1 C Givens President -ConnecOOnal Onlailedltine!antEkler Pastor Clmh Supemlendent Wllmen' s Mis9onary Society AMEC AUa.1ta, GA Afri:an MethOOist Church USF Doalrat Student Deborah Lyrrion Church School Superintendent Yvette Ballard Sims. CAF WMS President Robert Wright Sr. Lay President Florida Mass Choir. "We came together about 6 or 7 years ago and called ourselves the Florida Mass Reunion Choir. This is the first time that we have gotten together since then. "This event gives us a platform to come back together, and to see one another again," Minister Jacobs said. The Choir, which will consisted of about 70 members, is slated to perform during the second half of the program and w ill feature individuals such as Rev. Milton Biggham, (formerly of Tampa), of New York; Rev. Delores Cain, Tampa; Sister Janice Brockington, of Orlando; Sister Rhudine Williams; and Rev. Earl Mason. Minister Jacobs will serve as the director. Other program participants include gospel selections from Pastor David Mobley and the Psalms of David, and the BBFC-TT Music Ministry. : 7:30 p .. m. Nightly New Heritage Christian Worship Center, "The Place For Kingdom Life," is hosting Kingdom Harvest Fest, Sunday, October 31, 2010. The event will be held at 7402 N. 56th St. (Corporate Square, Building 700), Tampa (33617). The 12-5 p. m. event is an alternative to traditional Halloween Celebrations." "In a time when the world is seeking a thrill, a time when people are spending billions on a hol iday that honors evil, New Heritage is taking a stand," Pastor Diano Coston said. On what is known as Halloween, October 31st, Pastor Coston said the Kingdom Harvest Fest will feature fun activities for children and adults. The activities will include The Dark Kingdom House of Horror. "Through building relationships within the body of Christ, we are fulfilling the great commission of the kingdom to touch the The Apostles Foundation Church Of Jesus Christ, Inc. Apostle Elroy Huff Pastor 4711 N. 40th Street Tampa, FL 33610 Call: (813) 833-5686 Or (813) 621--8333 Allis Welcome. Come And Receive Your Miracle! PASTOR DIANO COSTON lives of families and the community we live in. We'll be offering live music, health services, drawings, food, prizes and games." For the fest, New Heritage is using Galatians 6:7-9 as its theme, 'sowing into the spirit.' The community is invited to take part in this community event. MAKE SURE YOU TE NOVEMBER 2 ENT CHRISTIAN CENTER AT SOUTHSHO 6140 NORTH U.S. 41 APOLLO BEACH, FL 33572 N OVEMB-ER 7TH, 2010 -SUNDAY SERVICES BEGIN NOVEMBER 14TH, 2010 AT 9AM-FOR 1\fiGNING BIBLE FELLOWSHIP. THURSDAYS AT 7PM SATURDAY@ 6PM SPECIAl MUS GUESTS INCLUDE: EBOU HOWARD & THE MINSTRELS OF NATASHA MILHOUSE ANDRE JONES GREATNESS BEYOND

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Local Feed our Children Ministries Plans 24111 Anniversarv Celebration BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Several years ago, a clergy man encountered a young man who said his family would not have food for Thanksgiving. The minister immediately began making telephone calls and members of the community responded with covered dishes to serve a holiday meal to those in need. Twenty-four years have passed since Pastor Moses Brown met that young East Tampa resident. This week end, Feed Our Children Min istries, Inc., the organization born from that encounter, will celebrate its 24th Anniversary. The celebration will take place oh Sunday, October 31st, at Mt. Calvary Seventh Day Adventist Church, 4902 N. 40th Street, beginning at 4 p.m. During the celebration, several individuals and or ganizations will be honored. "We are recognizing them for the major impact they have made on our community," Pastor Moses Brown, Founder of Feed Our Child-PASTOR MOSES BROWN Founder of Feed Our Children Ministries ren Ministries, Inc., said. The honorees are Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio, Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite and Pastors on Patrol; HOPE (Helping Our People Excel) Inc.; and Mrs. Bobbie J. Banks. Among the special guests participating in the event are BET's Gospel group "Speaking Hands" of Miami. The organization, which is under the direction of Dr. Claudette Flintory, is known throughout the country as the ultimate expe rience of pure musical praise irt motion. Others participating in the event include the Mt. Cal. MAYOR PAM IORIO .. Honoree vary 100 Voice Mass Choir, led by Ms. Bonnie Johnson; Gospel Music Workshop of America, led by Carlton Brown; Bible Based Fellowship Choir, led by Darnell Cranle; and Allen Temple AME Church Voices of Allen, led by Ms. Jeanette Brown. Randall C, of WTMP & Friends, will serve as the Masters of Cere mony. Pastor Brown can measure the success of the organization through the people who have been helped. He recalls hundreds of families who have lost everything, numerous elderly citizens and low-income 811tiJCIJIII1CIJ AIJIJIVCISaiJf * * New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 3011 E. North Bay Street Tampa, FL 33610 Rev. Regina! T. Webb, Pastor Telephone 813-238-4339 * 'Winning Souls for Christ, One Sinner at a Time" THEME: "A Faith That Has Not Been Tested, Is A Faith That Cannot Be Trusted" Hebrew 11:6 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Wednesday, November 10. 2010. 7:00 p.m. Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church, Plant City, Florida Rev. Henry Simmons, Pastor Thursday. November 11. 2010. 7:00 p.m. First Institutional Missionary Baptist Church, Lakeland, Florida Rev. Alex Harper Sr., Pastor Sundav. November 14. 2010 8:30a.m. Hour of Power Service, Minister Rashod Webb 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship, Rev. Regina I T. Webb, Pastor 3:00 p.m. Afternoon Worship First Missionary Baptist Church of West Tampa, Tampa, Florida Rev. Rayford Harper, Pastor * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Sponsored by the Brotherhood of New Bethel Deti. AI James, President Located 2 blocks north of Or. MLK Jr. BlVd, South of Osborne Avenue' '" B 30th d st-I 110:.. . etween an 31 Street e n : .. :... .,. .. > : . .... .$ .... :1-vob:"tk w "'-'. '!ir w * ,-\. ,_;; * *..;.:-& .;_,. !--;::-:: * "'-. * ',' : .. -At:.f\ ,_,, ,;?::.t, ) L' :; h .. ... n .JI. DR. W.JAMES FAVORITE ... Honoree f" a m m :::D N ,!') N 0 ...... 0 'TI r 0 :::D c )> SPEAKING-HANDS CJ) m z :::::! families who have benefited from the program. "We have helped save hundreds of young people from falling through the perpetual stream of failure predicted by soci ety. We've provided them with our Sualund Education Scholarship' to turn their lives around and help them become productive citizens." He stated this program will be unique in that busi ness owners from through-z out the community can at-m tend and set up tables in the fellowship hall. "They can c: share their information and hopefully, this will generate m some much needed revenue for our Black community. I "tt want to eliminate the belief C: that our people won't sup-port each other," he said. en For additional informa-ffi tion contact Feed Our Child-C ren Ministries, Inc., at (813) 784-1021. m :::D -< -1 c: m CJ) c FEED OUR Celebrating 24 Years of Serving Others Join us for an unforgettable .. -All FREE From BET's Gospel SPEAKING HANDS ,. WfMP Randall C & Friends.-From tcioi.Joyner Morning '' ,, Sunday, October 4 p .;m. (We wlll start on'' time) -Mt. Calvary: SDA '4962 40th i ; .. __ -. )> z c 'TI :::D c

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a: w m (J 0 Students Win laptops In 5th Annual Technologv Bowl c a: LL Last weekend, the Computer Mentors Group, Inc., held their 5th Annual Technology Bowl. Shown from left to right are: Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc.; Ms. Lissette Campos, Celebrity Moderator; Absalam Thomas, James Eliassaint, Coach Derek Williams, Erica Thomas, Linda Darling, Jude Barthelemy, and board member Carla Jackson. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Saturday, the a: Computer Mentors Group, LL Inc., held their 5th Annual Technology Bowl. The event <( took place at Hillsborough Community College, Brandon C Campus. CJ). The ali-day affair featured 12 teams who competed in a 1-"Family Feud" style panel competition. The teenagers w from various Hillsborough > County high schools competW ed for laptops and other techftl no logy prizes l: The winners of this year's competition captured the title m in a sudden death overtime final round. Walking away CL with the top prizes were i= James Eliassaint, Jude w Barthelemy, Erica ...I Thomas and Absalam ..... m The winning team was uj sponsored by Tampa T -Shirts. z The youngsters won new: i= high-end laptop computers. rij Fifty-two teenagers between CJ) the ages of 14 and 18 compete:( ed. An additional10 teenagers C served as alternate contesii: tants. g Several local celebrities parLL ticipated in the event and helped the organization launch its Mentoring by Storytelling Initiative. Ralph Smith, founder and Executive Director of Computer Mentors said, "We really appreciate our volunteers and sponsors, without which we could not have pulled off such a fantastic event." More than 46 volunteers served as moderators, judges, timekeepers, and in other roles to make the event a suc cess. Nearly 200 members of the community attended. This year, Russ Hobbs and the Hobbs Family Foundation provided the prizes for the event. Several local companies sponsored the event. BaptiSt OAI.reA ol 1/AIItpa 1 3 0 2 North Willow Avenue 1 ampa. Fl 1st JlnnuoJ Pu::tt Pee-D Saturday. November 6. 2010 1:00 p.m.-7:00p.m . 0 ,... Sponsored by: fhe Jrotherhood 8-Sisterhood Mi"istry Rev. Rayford Harper, Pastor /f eacher FOl APPifiONAL INFOlMAfiON CALL fltJ 251-8919 2nd Annual Candv Fest Planned For Communitv Youngsters BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday October 30th, Fruit of Glory Ministries will host their Second Annual Candy Fest. The event will take place at Taproot Community Cultural Center, 149 3 Nebraska Avenu e (inside Tampa Park Plaza), from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m The event will feature a Michael Jackson look-alike and a dance contest. Dr. Sydel LeGrande and her husband, George, of Fruit of Glory Ministries began sponsoring it last year and it has become an annual event She said she remembers dressing her youngsters up in costumes and going door-todoor trick or treating. However, that was before she grew in Christianity and learned that Halloween is a pagan holiday. "For those of us who are Christians, we go to church on GEORGE AND DR. SYDEL LEGRANDE Sunday and participate in a party where Jesus is the guest of honor. We expect to be blessed, delivered, inspired, and equipped to handle the rest of the week. If we participate in this event, then who are we honoring? " We can no longer assume that our children will be safe while going door-to-door. We must contend with people tampering with candy and sexual offenders. Today, participating in trick or treating is a safety factor as well," Dr. LeGrande said. Guest Speaker Rev. Bernard Hayes Of Fayetteville, NC All Adult Choirs of First Baptist Church Will be on Program as well Stevens, Choir # 1 Pl'esident Amy Gibson, Choir #2 p..,.,idertl Sanden, Male Chorus President Martha Tolbert, Mass Choir Pre1lldeal Demetrious Tolbert, Minister of Music

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. Supervisor 01 Elections Releases Earlv Voting Statistics g ---4 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor According to Dr. iarl Lennard, Hillsbor ugh County Supervisor of :lections, more than 47,000 otes were cast during Early 'oting The General Election >ay is Tuesday, November nd, from 7 a.m. until? p.m. The statistics released re ected totals of votes h.rough Wednesday, Octoer 27th, at 6:24p.m. The sta t stics are as follows: Bloomingdale Re-:ional Public Library, ,396; C. Blythe Andrews formerly College Hill) Branch Library, 2,130; County Center, 26th Floor, 1,682; Elections Service Center, 3,006; Jan Kaminis Platt Regional Library, 5,719; Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library, 6,922; and New Tampa Regional Library, 2,766. Other locations are Plant City, City Hall, 3,094; Riverview Branch Library, 2,749; SouthShore Regional Library, 15816 Beth Shields Way, Ruskin, 4,166; Temple Terrace Public Library, 3,246; Town 'N Country Regional Public Library, a.m., and 5 p.m., Saturday, October 301h. 0 llJ m 2,638; Upper Tampa Bay Library, 2,788; and West Tampa Branch Library, 1,447 Voters can continue to cast ballots at the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., 261 h Floor, in down town Tampa, and Robert L. Gilder Elections Service Cen ter, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road, Tampa between 9 They can vote at the li-1\) braries from 10 a.rri. until 6 p.m. All Early Voting will end at 6 p.m., on Saturday. c; ' Gl u --( C > X > ' ' "> ' ' 4-"" 1> + .. .. ... .. ,. ...... ;..,,., ... "'""' "' ""' 4s ia 4:-lt .. tll, "' ..,. '*" a; II> .'8 ... .. t-.. "' "' ot> .q: :b ,Ja: : :Q a. '* 1o. "' os "' ..: .. :: =tit : : : : : .. e e Q II< 6 !1 til .... . tt -to e <$ 'f' q. 6 4 q fl I\< #-.. !ef *' ,.>;i. 0 >$-;u .. ' .. ..... >' .._,. $ 1 {I {t () & >1-.. ., > -. *==:::Nuilemll:er: :2nd:-- - - $ & .. """" .. + .. '.' 0_$ fl 0 A > .. ..... .,.,.,, .. .. r 0 ::c c )> en m z ::::! z m r llJ c: r r m ::::! z ""C c: llJ c en ::I: m c m < m -< ---4 c: m en c )> z c c ..... ..... I )>

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< I N ..... DEACON WILLIE FRANK And MA'ITIE CAMPBELL BETIY ENNIS, HELEN ARMSTRONG AND JOANN HARRIS Betty Ennis, Helen Armstrong and JoAnn Harris, class of 1960, have been best frjends for 55 years. They celebrated the 50th year cl a ss reunion of Middleton on Sept. 4th afthe Clarion Hotel. Arrested and About Your Legal Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment PlansAvaibtble With NO CREDIT CHECK (L) KEITH TAYLOR #75245-004 And (R)FRANKIE LEONARD #04297-018 To be released soon. Serious reply only, send pic to: FCC Complex, USP #1, P. 0. Box 1033, Coleman, FL, 335211033 Meeting HART oners Free Rides on Election oav The Hillsborough Area Re gional Transit system is offer ing free rides on Election Day, Tuesda y November 2, 2010. To ride free on Election Day patrons must provide a valid voter registration card Riqers are encouraged to d e termine in advance which routes will get them to or near their respective polling places. HARTplus services are not included in the Ride HART for free initiative. For assistance with plan ning to ride to the polls, con tact HARTinfo Line at (813) 254-4278 ; TDD (813) 6269158. IN THE SPOTliGHT JENETIE This week's Spotlight feature is the lovely Jenette. Jenette is a very energetic and fascinating young woman who loves hanging out with her frie!J.ds and posing in front of the camera. Jenette aspires to be among the elite in Tampa and yet maintain her humil-. ity and loyalty toward her friends. When J enette wants to take it easy, she surrounds herself with family and friends she knows she can trust. The man in Jenette's life must be strong, tall, have a sense of humor, and mature enough to stand alongside his woman instead of in front or behind her. Congratulations to Jenette as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact -number to: .ijohnson@flsentinel.com. TO SERVE YOU: Morehouse Univ. SOS;E.Jt\CKSON .. SUITE 301 FLQRIDA 33602 (813) 221 ... 4454 Domestic Dissolutiori Of Marriage Child SuP,port Adoption1 Sandra Cornwall, Esq. & Delano Stewart, Esq.

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All About You! ., :!:! c ongratu at1ons, Junior Prince Happv Birthdav I .. NICK FELDER Congratulations are going out to Nick Felder, who was re cently voted Junior Prince for the 2010 Homecoming Court at Tampa Bay Technical High School. Nick is in the nth grade at Tech studying in the Architec ture Academy and is a member of the Baseball Team. He was also just voted Presi dent of Kappa League ofTampa, sponsored by the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and is a stu dent with Upward Bound. Nick plans on attending Florida A&M University upon graduating in 2012 where he will study Archi tecture. He 's a member of Bible -Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace and is the son of Candi M. Felder and the grandson of the late Deacon and Mrs. Mitchell (Rae) Felder. Way to go Nick!! BEAN (L-R) CARLOS, DAMAR, BEAN, FRANK, CHILL WILL And BOSS Bean's Champagne Life Party The party of the year, Bean's champagne life party at Whiskey North this Saturday, October 30, 2010. He has plenty sections to party in no matter if you're upstairs or downstairs, it's going down, so be there! Happy 21st birthday from all of us! HART oners Veterans Free Rides on Veterans oav The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit system is offering free rides to those who have served in the armed services on Veterans Day, Thursday, November 11, 2010. To ride free on Veterans Day, patrons must provide a valid military identification card. The rides are offered to veterans in appreciation of their service to their country Those who can ride free are those on active duty, retired, family members, or a dependent with valid military identification. HARTplus services are not included in the Ride HART for free initiative. For assistance contact HARTinfo Line at (813) 254-4278; TDD (8i3) 626.:9158. * * FIRST ANNUAL SALUTE TO BLACK VETERANS cdc 'irds I ---SALUTE!Q VETERANS1nc. * * HYJ\TT .., f f, f ( y T A M P A Hillsborough Cow1ty PUUI-I C SCHOOl-S &u..,.. .. .... (f.) """arraott TAMPA WATERSIDE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER6, 2010 I I I J I I I '. I ,/\', (i) VEOLIA Health Services TRANsPORTATioN Salute To Veterans, Inc. c/o CDC of Tampa, Inc. I 1907 E Hillsborough Avenue, Suite 100 I Tampa, FL 33610 I T: 813.231.4362 ext. 305 I www.SaluteTampaBayVeterans.org -1 0 OJ m :0 1\) <0 1\) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 :0 c )>' en m z :::::! z m r-1 OJ c: r rm :::::! z ., c OJ c en ::I: m c m < m :0 -< -1 c m en c )> z c ., :0 c ..... w I )>

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Movie Reviews Paranormal Activity 2 -This supernatural tale has more scary scenes than the first. Very good horror movie with out the blood. Definitely not for kids. No. 1 at box office. Made $41M. (Budget $3M). [***"] Red Morgan Freeman and Bruce Willis star in this ac tion/comedy about retired CIA agents on the run from a hit squad. Worth seeing! Made $43M. (Budget $58M). [""+:-'1 iz] 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. Made $86M. (Budget $2oM) [**"'] Secretariat -A true story about the greatest race horse of all-time. Made $37M. (Budget $35M) [**"] The Social Network-This movie is based on the life of young billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook. Must See! Made $72M. (Budget $soM) [*"-*-"] Let Me In -A little boy becomes close with the strange girl next door. Very good horror movie. Made $11M. (Budget $2oM). ["**liz] Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps-Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf and Josh Brolin star in this movie about Wall Street. A must-see to learn how the people who invested in stocks were ripped off. Made $soM. (Budget $70M) [*"*] Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga'Hoole -Wow! Great movie for kids and adults. Should get an Oscar for top animation. Made $soM. (Budget $8oM) [****] The Town -A bank robber (Ben Affleck) falls for a woman his crew has taken hostage. Affleck directed this classic. Made $84M. (Budget $37M) [****] Devil -Five strangers trapped on the elevator realize one of them is the Devil. Grade A horror/mystery of which one. Made $32M. (Budget-Not Listed) [***liz] Easy A -A teen girl makes up a fictional story ahout her life. Well-written comedy/drama. must see for teenage girls. Made $54M. (Budget $8M) [***liz] RATINGS **** -Very Good I *** -Good I **-Average I _-Wait For Video Soap Opera Spoilers All My Children-Greenlee tells Jackson she wants to take the stand; Marissa finds JR and Annie kissing; Frankie consoles an upset Madison. Asher agrees to do whatever JR needs to get his revenge; Zach and Kendall go trick-or-treating with the kids, unaware of a shadowy figure lurking behind them; Jackson confides in Krystal about how upsetting it is to know Erica thinks Greenlee is guilty. Bold And The Beautiful-Nick is impressed with Amber's latest designs; Hope warns Oliver about Amber; Stephanie comes home from the hospital and immediately wants to get to work helping at the homeless shelter; Stephanie apologizes to Brooke. Brooke informs Eric that Stephanie is not recuperating but is instead at the homeless shelter; Stephanie is convinced that she has found her life's purpose; Eric explains to Brooke that he had envisioned a different retirement for himself and Stephanie. Stephanie continues to interview homeless people and gains a greater understanding of their plight; Eric begins to worry that Stephanie encountered trouble downtovvn; Brooke ventures downtown to the shelter. Days Of Our Lives -E.J vows to make Arianna's wish come true; Melanie talks to Brady about his future; E.J pressures Will, trying to get him to admit the truth; Vivian makes a plea to Nicole; Kate finds the monitor in Vivian s room and is stunned to see a trapped Vivian. Kate joins forces \vith Victor to keep Vivian locked away; Sami and E.J get into it an argument, and Lexie sends E.J home; Hope tells Bo that she suspects April s death is a cover-up; Stefano and EJ call Marco and learn Arianna had given him the slip. Daniel believes that Chloe's goodness will heal things with Melanie; Nathan proposes to Stephanie; Sami searches Arianna's room for the camera; Nicole vows that someday she will get Sydney back in her life; Kayla goes to Caroline for advice. General Hospital-Jason, Lucky, Dante and Sam set a trap for the Balkan; Sonny and Robin share a pow erful moment discussing the idea of forgiveness; Michael and Dante bond as brothers. Brenda has a nightmare about her past; Ronnie gets evidence proving Sonny is guilty in the car-bomb case; a witch takes off with Emma. One Life To Life-Todd comes face-to-face with Tea; Cole mourns for Starr and Hope; Hannah makes Starr and James dig their own graves. Starr may be rescued from Hannah's reign oftenor; Todd and Tea may escape the collapsing warehouse; Clint hinders Rex's investigation. Young And The Restless-Chloe decides to get answers; Skye goes to Sharon to help stop Adam. Abby wonders if she has a future with Daniel; Adam's manipulations continue. Chloe goes to Rafe for help with Kevin; J.T. receives devastating news. Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Your mind may be on food all day. You want to sample several cuisines. This may make dinner preparations complex. You could always eat out. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Your recipe for today includes extra rations of compassion. Others feel the taste of the moment as you celebrate the past. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Devote maximum attention to your favorite persoi1's desire-of-the-moment. It could be great fun to discover how to accomplish the improbable. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Spend time today providing for the needs of others. Nurturing includes food and emotional support. One person goes home early. It's okay. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -If you split your attention now, you seem to get a lot more done. However, part of what you do will need to be redone. Do one thing at a time. ::D 0 0 0 a m m ::D 1\.) co 1\.) 0 ...... 0 Aries (March 21-April19)-While sitting in a meeting, your mind's ponders the dinner menu. Ask some-"11 one to pick up key ingredients on the way home, and get back to the issue at hand. 5 Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Your partner brings a fresh sense of purpose to a difficult situation. listen to ::D the logic. It overcomes any fears concerning the future. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-To maintain emotional flow, first you have to get practical projects moving. Adjust your direction after that. Use the strengths of co-workers. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-You prefer a smooth course over high drama today. Others challenge your CJ) emotional base. Remove feelings from your argument by taking time to breathe. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Take time for yourself first thing in the morning. A good breakfast is key. Then go ::! meditate, exercise or get out in nature. Tackle today's business. z Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Take the group to a restaurant that serves a variety of cuisines. Be sure to satisfy m the youngest person's palate. Then everyone's happy. r-Ubra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-You feel like you've been put on the spot by a sibling or friend. Work it out by llJ using your imagination and intelligence. Humor helps. C: r rm VISITFI.ORI)A .... -: : __...._:::::; 25 \Vbmers& wm enjoy a FUN FILLED VIP RIDE to the. FLORIDA . on the CLASSIC EXPRESS with THE WTMP ON AIR SfAFF! REGISTER TO WIN THESE UMITED SEATS & THE GRAND PRIZE . A 3 DAY STAY @ THE ORLANDO WORLD CENTER MARRIOm Go to: WWW.WTMP.COM Or ... tune into WTMP 1150AM or 96.1FM TO WIN! Saturda, Nov. 2ot 201 Florida Citrus Bowl Orlando, Florida KJek off@ 2:30 For more iDfo: 813 259-WTMP (9867) 0 (Wt\\iXI ::! z "'C c: m r-c;; :::t: m 0 m < m ::D -< -f c: m CJ) 0 )> z 0 ::D 0 ...... U1 I )>

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MJ Named-1op-Earning Dead 1.1. ordered To Jail Raz-B Continues Marques 0 a: LL 0 z w 0 w '::I: en :::i m :::::1 ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::::1 m MICHAEL JACKSON The King of Pop Michael -Jackson has landed the top spot on Forbes' 10th annual ranking of the Top-Earning Dead Celebrities. Although Jackson never got a slot on Forbes' annual Celebrity 100 list during his life, he earned more than any other star in the past year, apart from Oprah Winfrey. Not only did he grace the top spot with a whopping 27_5_:_ million dollars, he out-earned the other 12 stars on the list combined. Cultural icon Elvis Presley came in second. The King of Rock n' Roll's estate pulled down 6o million dollars in the 12-month period. Lord of the Rings author J .R.R Tolkien took the third spot. Peanuts cartoonist Charles Schulz, and John Lennon came in at the fourth and fifth spot, respectively. Proud(v servicing our COJ'11NlUilli for over 18 years. 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Marshal Beverly Harvard ordered T .1. to re port to the Forrest City low-se curity prison where he served parts of an earlier 10-month federal weapons charge. A federal judge in Atlanta sentenced the rapper this month to serve another 11 months in prison for breaking his federal probation after he was arrested Sept 1 in Los An geles on drug charges Singer Gregorv Isaacs Dead At 59 GREGORY ISAACS Reggae singer Gregory Isaacs has died of cancer. The J amaican born v ocalist lost his battle with lung cancer earl y Monda y surrounded b y famil y at hi s London home Known as the Cool Ruler", Isaacs releas e d o ve r so a l bums in his c a re e r His wife Linda released a statement on his passing sa y ing "Gregory was by everyone his fans and his famil y and he w9rked reall y hard to make sure he delivered the music the y loved and en joyed. He will be greatl y missed b y his famil y and friends." Raz-B is continu ing to ac e u s e Marques Houston of sexual abuse. T h e RAZ-B vs. M. HOUSTON have sex with him This stuff is satanic, but I thank God for my testimonyso I can help singer posted a video of a phone con versation with Houston say ing he was trying to "forgive the man who had sex with him" and spoke on abuse from his former manager Chris Stokes as well. Now the former B2ker sat down for an interview with VIBE and says that the inci dents happened between the ages of 13 and 17. He describes it as "satanic and says he knows a number of people abused b y Stokes, who is also his biological cousin. A lot of people share their stories with me. And it's all crazy Chris used to have me someone else. He also says it was Houston who actually penetrated him, and he's no longer afraid to share his story. confusion is Chris did molest ine. But it was Marques I'm very vocal [now]. I'm not afraid of anything. When asked by the publica tion if he ever adamantl y said no', B says that he was finally able to leave after "I realized that these guy s were really gay and adds Well I didn't know what was going on. I was a young kid and these people took ad vantage of me. 50 Cent To Star In Film With Meg Rvan 5 0 The film will also feature Anthony Ande r son and E s a i Morales. Cent, a. k. a., Curtis Jackson continues to take his acting career to the next soCENT And MEG RYAN The le vel as he will be starring alongside Meg Ryan, John Lithgow, Joe Anderson and Kat Derinings in the upcoming film "Lives Of The Saints Set to begin filming in Los Angeles on November 13, Variety reports that the film tells the intertwining stories of a group of Angelenos seeking re demption for past mistakes ; only to find that forgiveness comes from unlikel y places. G-Un it general negotiated a mil lion dollar agreement with Grindstone Entertainment/Li onsgate to release a series of ten films. First film under the deal is entitled "Set_ Up, which was written and directed by Mike Gunther. Paul Walker is in talks to star opposite Jackson in the heist action movie which is budgeted at $20 million. PANEL DISCUSSION JARVIS EL-AMIN Co l lost Honest Opinion About lslamophobia @ Islamic Society Of Tampa Bay Area (1ST ABA) 7326 E. Sligh Ave. Tampa, FL 33610 201 0 @ 9:30 A.M. -5:00 P.M. Free Food & Transportation Free Health Screenings Free F l u Shots Prizes

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Missv Elliot Denies Wedding Pres. Obama Mav Enlist Jav-z For '12 Re-Election campaign Jay-Z has long since been "I can't believe you've fi-g Missy Elliot is denying rumors that she was married in a secret ceremony. gagement overseas. Now Elliot herself those reports are completely false. News hit the net Thursday that the rapper married her longtime partner after a secret en-Missy denied being married on Twitter after a fan congratu lated her on her nupMISSY ELL=I=O_,TI,... tials. Oprah To Star In Comedv Bv 'Sex And The Citv' Director Oprah will star Considered to be in a new comedy one of the most exwritten and diceptional casts asrected by Sex and sembled in years, the the City" director, Universal Pictures Michael Patrick project will be set in King. The media a world of a Homequeen will share Shopping kind of the screen with inn e twork, where the dustry Hollywood OPRAH WINFREY characters make their h e a v y w e i g h t s way through a hybrid Meryl Streep and Sandra of media, marketing, and mar-Bullock. riage. James Earl Jones Hits The Road With 'Miss Daisv NEW YORK-James Earl Jones had two questions he needed answered before agreeing to join tl;te Broadway production of "Driving Miss Daisy." Do I have to lose much weight?' "Nope," replied the director again. And that was that. "He wanted me," Jones says, still somewhat sur prised. It's really not hard to wonder He called the director, David Esbjornson. JAMES EARL JONES why. Jones, who is "I said, 'OK, am I going to have to dye my hair a little blacker?"' "Nope," said the director. Pleased, Jones asked his second question: "I said, 'OK. joined by Vanessa Redgrave and Boyd Gaines, has helped turn "Dri ving Miss Daisy" into the top grossing play on Broadway with advance ticket sales of over $4 million. respected as a presidential MC nally heard the chatter about d and now there are reports that [Jay] replacing Larry Sum-m President Barack Obama mers. In all seriousness, keep will request Hov's services for in mind he was pretty active 1\J his re-election bid. during the 2008 election, so I z c "T1 ::D c

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. ___ Sports ; Wildcats Continue To Roll 0 Bucs look For Fifth Win On The Road Against The Cardinals BY TED TAYLOR On a Saturday afternoon when the offense didn't click as usual, the BethuneCookman Wildcats still had enough to defeat North Carolina Central University 24-10 before a crowd of 7,645 in Durham. The Eagles were playing for interim coach Daryl Bullock, who took over for Mose Rison who was dismissed at the begin ning of the week. The Wildcats jumped out as if it would be business as usual with a two-touchdown first quarter. The offense opened the game on a 9-play, 75-yard drive in 3:36, with running back Isidore Jackson tallying from seven yards out. At the midway point of the quarter, the defense got on the board when linebacker Ryan Lewis continued his standout returning an interception 67 yards. With the exception of Tampa Bay Buccaneer head coach, Raheem Morris, no one expected the Bucs to be 4-2 at this stage of the sea son. Battered and bruised, the Bucs will look for their fifth victory on the road against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday. The Cardinals are having problems at quarterback with starter, Matt Moore, sidelined, and veteran, RAHEEM MORRIS Derek Anderson, expected to take all the snaps. Morris continues to pro mote his team as the best in the NFC, and second-year quarterback josh Freeman has already led three 4th quarter comebacks this sea son. His coach describes him as a poised player and feels confident he will have no problems against the veteran Cardinal's defense. Four of the Bucs next five games will be on the road, including a visit to Atlanta on November 7th. R :anlers Strike At Right lime afternoon. The Rattlers were able to score on long drives near the end of the first-half and the game. Jerramv Stevens Released Bv Bucs Following Arrest c a: LL c z
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"T1 Sports :e Trov Smith To Start LONDONNith quarter>ack Alex imith ruled mt because of l separated :boulder, San ptimism on l'londay that 1e would be tble to pracice this week REGGIE >n his heal-BUSH ng right leg and possibly play m Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Saints' running back, who has missed five games since fracturing his right fibula in Week 2, says team doctors have told him he has healed enough to test his leg at full-speed. Bush said his plan was to try to do that when the Saints returned to practice on Wednesday. Ron Anest To RaDle OH NBA ChampionshiP Ring LOS ANGE,ES, CA -ton Artest, vho gained nfamy in !004 when he umped into he stands md punched RON L fan during a ARTEST ;arne-stopping brawl between ans and players, is seeking mbJic redemption by raffling >ff his new NBA champimship ring for charity. The proceeds, which he hopes will exceed $1 millon, will be used to fund mental health services for youths who can't-afford the counseling Artest became a poster boy for NBA bad behavoir after the 2004 melee, which result ed in his being suspended for 73 games, amounting to a loss of about $6 million in salary, he said. Artest was then play ing with the Indiana Pacers, against the home team Detroit Pistons. Bucks Exercise Option On Jennings' Contract MILWAUKEE -The Milwaukee Bucks have exercised the third-year option on Brandon Jennings' rookie contract. The option for the 2011-12 season is worth about $2.5 million. Jennings was selected 10th in last year's NBA draft. He started all 82 games t:r.. .. .:-,,j< for the Bucks last year and finished third among rook ies with 15.5 points, 5-7 assists and BRANDON JENNINGS 0 d OJ m JJ 1.3 steals. The Bucks finished 46-36 and made the postsea son for the first time in four years, losing a seven-game series in the first-round to 1\)
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0 ,-8 ms had a kind word to say and a wonderful smile to share. She had many friends and was an active member of the Eastern Stars, as well as a member of Kyles Temple AME Zion Church in Vallejo, CA, where she served on the Usher Board. Later, after returning to Tampa, she became a member of Bethel AMEChurch. c a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ::: 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: CJ) ::J m ::: a. z i= w ..J -' ::: m ..J w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ..J LL MRS. FREDDYE LEE CARTER RAMSEY Celebration of life services for Mrs. Freddye Lee Carter Ramsey of 4416 Porpoise Dr., Tampa, who passed away Thursday, October 21, 2010, will be held Saturday, October 30, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 5001 Cumberland Drive, Tampa, with Rev. Beverly Hills Lane, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Fred dye L. Ramsey was born to the late Leon Knowles and Miriam Sweeting on No vember 25, 1928, in West Palm Beach, FL. Shelater moved to Tampa, where she attended Don Thompson/Middleton High School. After graduation, she pursued a career in the nursing field because of her passion to help people. Mrs. Ramsey started her career at the Drew Field TB Hospital in Tampa, then the Lily White Hospital also in Tampa. Then she worked at St. Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston, NJ, she relocated to East Orange, NJ, then to Vallejo, CA, later returning to Tampa, where she retired from Tampa General Hospital after a rewarding career in the nursing field. Mrs. Ramsey will be remembered for the love she poss -essed for people. She always She was a wonderful mother. It takes a mother's love to make a house a home. It takes a mother's patience to bring a child up right, and she possessed those qualities. She loved to cook and entertain in her home. She was a people's person. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Leon Knowles and Miriam Sweeting Knowles; husband, James Ramsey; brother, Leon Knowles, Jr.; sister, Rosabell Knowles; granddaughter, Kimberly Carter; and grandson, Willie Carter; III. Those who remain to celebrate her life are as follows: a devoted and loving son, Willie Carter, Jr. (Barbara} ofVallejo, CA; daughters, Yvonne Warren, Carolyn David (Edmund}, Marla Andrews, and Janet Edwards (Walter) of Montgomery, AL; grandchildren, Reginald Carter (Twanda), Michael Carter, Vallejo, CA, Yutonya Nicks (Anthony), Fairfield, CA, Shaunda Andrews (Melvin), Jalan Warren, Thomas Andrews, III, Boston, MA, Loreal Pinder, Patterson, AL, and Janult Edwards Montgomery, AL; great grandchildren, Briana Pompilus (Ilotis), Kiara Melvin, Ebony Akins Fairfield, CA, Ariana Melvin, Dequan Melvin, Taryn CoxStone, Raijahna Carter, Thomas Andrews, IV, Boston, MA, DeRoo Carter, Vallejo, CA, Elizabeth Andrews, Boston, MA, Zaria Melvin and Naomi Andrews, Boston, MA; nieces and nephews, Natashia Porter, West Palm Beach, FL, Lloyd Knowles, NC, Connie Blackshear, West Palm Beach, FL, Rev. Sandra Howard (Henry), New Port Richey, FL, and Crystal Howard, New Port Richey, FL; cousins, Rev. Beverly Lane (Curtis), Gloria Young, Curtis Lane, Jr., Ronnie Belton (Tonya), Atlanta, GA, Curane Lane, Sylvia Belton, Roland Hammond, Marie Simmons, Thaddeus Kriowles, Shirley Chatman, Oscar Belton, Jr., Kerrick Williams (TJ), Carla Williams and Robbin Smith (Corey); and special friends, Eugene Archie, Fannie Keith, Patsy Smith and Novella Huff. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, October 29, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. Family_ and friends are asked to meet at the church on for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ()ur Fan1ilv Can Meet ,.; Your Fan1i ly 's Needs MS. RONDA DEE CARMICHAEL PARAMOURE Services for Ms. Ronda Dee Carmichael Paramoure will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2010, at 10 a. m. at Revealing Truth Ministries, 5201N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa, 33603. Ronda was born on September 14, 1963, in Bartow, FL to the parents of Curry and Olivia Carmichael, Jr. She was educated in Hillsborough County Public Schools, Dillard University, New Orleans. LA (B. A. degree) and University of Phoenix (Master's degree). During her career she was a musician, worked at the Per-. forming Art Center and was an Administrator at Walt Disney, Inc. She was a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was a Judeo-Christian and Minister. Ronda traveled extensively serving in the mission field as a musician and minister. She leaves to cherish her fond memories: a devoted husband, Thomas J. Paramoure; three sons, Destin Paramoure, Sabio Paramoure and Bryce Paramoure; daughter, Angelique Paramour; grandson, Nazarte Paramoure; mother, Olivia Carmichael-Brown; father, Curry Carmichael, Jr.; two brothers, Ron Carmichael and wife, Georgia, and Cory Carmichael; sister, Arie Dee Brown; grandmother, Leola Banks Carmichael; cousin, James B. Goodwin, III and wife, Sabrina; special friends, Joann Aguilera and Shirika Simone Washington; and a host of relatives and friends. Communications should be sent to: 3116 W. Paris, Tampa, 33614 or Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa, 33607 or Revealing Truth Ministries, 5201 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa, 33603. CHARLOW FUNERAL HOME, Plant City. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. ANNIE LEE JOHNSON In loving memory of our dear mother, we will be celebrating your birthday as usual at Longhorn. We love and miss you. Your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. MR. BERNARD ANDERSON, JR. Homegoing services for Mr. Bernard Anderson, Jr. who passed away on October 22, 2(UO, will be held Saturday, October 30, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Unity Missionary Baptist Church, 1013 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Bjvd., Tampa, 33584, \\-ith the pastor, Rev, Polk, officiating. Interment wilJ follow in the St. Mary's Cemetery, located adjacent to the church. Mr. Bernard Anderson, Jr. was born on October 16, 1984, in Tampa, to the union of Bernard, Sr. and Melissa Anderson. He attended and graduated from Hillsborough County Schools. He was employed with the American Hydraulic Company as a Master Welder. Bernard, Jr. gave his life to Christ as a young adult at El Shaddai Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Felix Walters. He had a deep passion for family. On Friday, October 22, 2010, Bernard Anderson, Jr. was taken from this life to the next to meet with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Bernard, Jr. was preceded in death by: his gt
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Funerals/Memoriams MS.KRISTAL NICOLE JOHNSON Ms. Kristal Nicole Johnson, 27, was born on September 7, 1983 and passed away October 23,2010. Kristal was a Level 7 gylnnast at Tampa Gym and Dance, a former Blake High School cheerleader, member of the National Honor Society, graduate of Blake High School (2002), an honor student, a graduate of UCF (2oo6), cheerleading scholar, Bright Future-recipient, National Cheerleader Championship, 1st place Fltness America (2008), and an Administrative Assistant at DeVry University. Krista! Nicole Johnson will be missed by: her proud parents and brother,. Dr. Howard and Yvonne Johnson; brother, Howard U. Johnson, III, and Melisa Wmning; grandmother, Mary Saxon; special friend, Douglas Gabriel; .other loving fainily members and friends. Homegoing services will be Sunday, October 31, 2010, at 1:30 p. Iil. at Bay Area Church Of Ghrist, 3905 Orange Street, Mango,FL. -Flowers will be received at the church, Saturday, OCt:obeJ; 3o; 2010, 9 -a. m. -1 p. m. : Services entrusted to HW QlillJIAM FUNERAL HOME, (863) 683-2419 flsentinel.com DEACON ARTHUR LEE GREEN, SR. Deacon Arthur Lee Green, Sr. passed away on Thursday, October 21, 2010. He was born on April 2, 1926. Deacon Green leaves behind to cherish his memory and celebrate his life: six children, Elder Arthur L. Green, Jr. (Betty), Alease Green, Leon Green (Magdalen), Cheryl Silas, Belinda Harris (Elder Stanley), Kevin Green (Evon), and Gwendolyn Jones, and mother, Evelyn Robinson, all of Tampa; brother, James Green; 3 sisters, Minister Lula Jackson, Pearl Farmer and Rose Mobley of Tampa; 21 grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews; as well as special families and friends including godchildren, Elder Walter E. Swepson and Mother Maritha Swepson. FuDeral Services will be held on Saturday, October 30, 2010, at 11 a. m. at the Greater New Salem Primitive Baptist Church, 1605 North Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, 33602, where Elder Theodis Lane serves as Senior Pastor. Elder Arthur L. Green, Jr., Senior Pastor of the House of Restoration Church of God, Inc. will be officiating. Viewing will be held Friday, October 29, 2010, at House of Restoration Church of God, Inc., 1603 E. Hllsborough Ave., 5-7 p. m. followed by fellowship at HORCOG Complex and Fel-, lowship Hall, 7-8 p. m. JACKSON FUNERAL HOME I_.tegrity Funeral Services 3827 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 Phone Us At (813) 248-5000 cRISIS PRICES CltEMA'IlO)I 626JAMES HARMON 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 3361 0 'MRS.BETIY MYERS TURNER Homegoing services for Mrs. Betty Myers Turner of 1107 Davis Dr., Tampa, 33619, will be held on Saturday, October 3-o, 2010, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott St., Tampa, 33610, with Pastor T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Interment will immediately follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, 33610. Betty was born on March 4, 1944, in Sarasota, FL, to the late Daniel and Ida Myers, both of whom preceded her in death. On Wednesday, October 20, 2010 she departed from this earthly life to her home on high after a long illness at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was raised in Tampa, and attended the public scho,ols of Hillsborough County, She was a graduate of Middleton High School, class of 1962. She worked for the Clerk of the Circuit Courts of Hillsborough County for over 20 years and retired from there in 2009. Betty was a member of the New Hope Missionary Baptist Church for over 20 years. She served in the Gospel Choir, the Adult Choir and the Jenkins Ensemble. She was a loving wife of the late, Mr. Charlie Turner and .. she has left a great legacy of faith for her family and friends. She leaves to cherish her memories: daughter, Bridgett Campbell; 2 sons, Randall D. Simmons and Ricky C. Turner; stepdaughter, Michelle Turner Gilbert and husb!llld, Earl; 2 stepsons, Ronald (Red) Turner and Michael grandCrolius Williams; 4 sisters, Mary Myers, Janet Myers Smiley -and husband, James, Sr., Joyce Myers Blud-. saw and husband, George, and Melinda Myers Hines; 2 brothers, Daniel W. Myers, Jr. and Anthony D. Myers; 6 nieces, Janine Smiley Rollerson and husband, AI, Cecilia Walker, Delvie Myel,'s, Danielle Myers, Angela N. Bludsaw and Amelia.Bludsaw Winters and husband, Kelly, Sr.; and nephew, Jeffry Smiley, all of Tampa; aunt, Christine Harrison of Detroit, Michigan; sister-in-law, Rudine Hopkins; brother-in-law, Clarence Manning and wife, Harriett; and other family and friends. The viewing will be 'held at New Hope Missionary'Baptist. Church, 3005 E. Ellicott_ Tampa, on Friday, October 29, 2010, from 5-8 p. m. and the family will receive guests from 6-7p. m. The family .will leave from 4611 Pompano Drive, Tampa, 33617, at 10 a.m. on Saturday morning. The arrangements entrus.ted to JONES FUNERAL HOME, 4005 Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL,34234. MR. KENNETH DALE MURPHY Mr. Kenneth Dale Murphy of New Haven, Connecticut passed away Friday, October 22,2010. Homegoing celebration will be conducted Saturday, October 30, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Elder Tony Parker, officiating. Interment will be at Mt . Zion M. E. #2,. Cherry Lake, FL, on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at 11 a. m. Mr. Kenneth Dale Murphy was born September 19, 1960, in Tampa, to Johnny B. Murphy and the late Bertha L. Murphy, who preceded-him in death. Kenneth accepted Christ at an early age. He also attended the schools of Hillsborough County and spent most of his. life in Tampa. He moved to New Haven, Connecticut, in 2004 and resided there until his earthly life ended. He leaves to cherish his memory: daughter, Fredricka Murphy of Tampa; father, Johnny B. Murphy of Tampa; stepmother, Geneva Murphy of Tampa; 3 brothers, Johnny B. Mul1lhy,_ Jr, Timothy Murphy (SonJa) and Landry all of Tampa; 2 grandchildren, Hariyah Wallace and Hiram Wallace, both of Tampa; 3 nephews, Shanon Murphy of Irving, TX, Alston Crawford and Timothy Murphy, II, both of Tampa; niece, LaTavia Mur-. phy of Tampa; great niece, Miah Murphy of Irving, TX; a devoted aunt, Marie Mosley (Earl) of Tampa; devoted friend, Deel Marion of New Haven, CT; devoted cousin and prayer pllrtQer, Joseph Alexander of New Haven, CT; and a host of uncles, au.nts, cousins and friends. The remalDs will repose from 1-2 p.m., Saturday, Qctober 30, 2Q10, at Ray.Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrust.ed to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME,. Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfunetalhome.com. IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUR QUEEN (ANGEL) V ALARIE GAIL JOHNSON 9/21/53-10/24/08 Until we meet again, we love and miss you. "The Family." ;

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Memoriams/Cards of Thanks c -a: I.L c z c en W :::::. 1-> .a: w > w c w l: en :::::i m ::::: n;, z i= w ...I ...I ::;) m ...I w z i= z w en a: 0 ...I I.L MS. AYESHA CLEONNIA HARRISON October 2&,1990 On this day, October 26, is the day I said goodbye to my sister, and my best friend. God knows how much we miss you. My Yesha had a presence that would liJ.ilit up a room when she stepped loot m the door. Yesha had a heart of gold. Yesha did her job here on earth in twelve short years. So now, she is in heaven with our heavenly father, Jesus Christ. On this twentieth anniversary we celebrate you Ms. Ayesha C. Harrison. We celebrate all that you were, and all that you could have become. We are trull' thankful for. the years we shared with you. Love, your baby sister, Ayanna. Loving you forever: parents, Archie and Gail Harrison; sisters; brothers, sisters-in-law, grandparents and the rest of the Lowe and Harrison family. IN MEMORIAM FANNIE MAE EDWARDS 10/28/28-7/4/07 IDA MAE SANDERS 12/2/42-10/28/07 In lovillg memory of our mothers. Sadly missed along the way, qUietly remembered every day. No longer in our life to share, but hearts you're always there. Sanders and Edwards families. MRS. ROSA LEE LIVINGSTON.: VAZQUEZ October 30, 1926-December 6, 2004 RIAM Maya Angelou wrote that "It is healthy and honorable to weep at the loss of someone we love. Healthy because such passion must be released. Honorable because it is respectful-to admit the importance of people who have loved and supported us ... people whose footprints cannot ever be matched." still grieve her P.assing and, yes, at times; we may still weep because we love-and miss her so much. Yet, we do not dwell on her death; we celher Life with thankful hearts. God gave us a Beautiful Rose to enjoy for His specified season. When her pain became too great, our Loving Savior embraced her. and returned her to His Heavenly Garden. But her sweet perfume will remain in our minds and hearts forever. From, her children: Paul, Sandra, Eddie and Michael; their children, their children's children; and all who loved and were loved by her . BIRTHDAY .MEMO REV. MRS. MARJORIE ADAMS SLEDGE October 26, 1917-November 13, 2009 You will forever_ be in our hearts. Narolyn, Anderson," Melvin,_ VaneD andAnjorle. IN MEMORIAM CARD_ OF THANKS JACQUELYN H. KING 5/9/43-10/22/08 It has been 2 years since the Lord has ealled you home. Sadly missed, but never forgotten. We love you. MRS. WILMA WELLS RIVERS Thanks for the cards, phone calls, kind words, food, flowers, plants, and above all your prayers during our time of bereavement. There are not enough words to express our gratitude. Special thanks to: Rev. Walter J. Williams Rev. Willie Kimbrough and the entire New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church Family; Rev. Charles Kennedy, Rev. Xavier Johnson, Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Harram Court No. 96 Daughters of Isis, the Lesley "Les". Miller Campaign Volunteers, Mr. Marvin Knight, the Hillsborough Chapter of The Charmettes, Inc., the Home Association, and the entire staff of the Wilson Funeral Home for everything that you did for our family. There are too many names to mention everyone, but thank you to all and may God bless you. Mrs. Gwen Miller, the Wells and Miller Families. From, your mother, daughter, son, grandchilcken, sister, brothers, other relatives and friends. CARD OF THANKS SHIRLEY MILLER 10-26-10 We miss and love you. MAMIE MITCHELL The family would like to express our sincere gratitude for all acts of kindness shown to us duriDg our time of bereavement. Special thanks to: Aikens Funeral Home, Rev. Leonard and the Mt. Tabor Church family, the Just Us Group, and all our devoted friends. Jean Tim and family. GREGORYJ.EDWARDS July 19, 1951 -October :Ji, 2oo8 WILLIEW. MCCULLOUGH Death leaves a heartaChe no one can he81. ieaVe& a mem-ory no one can steal. I love you and I miss you. From, your wife, kids and brother We thank God for receiving you. It's been "two years now, hut we will love you forever! . Your loving family. Isn't life beautiful? We want you to enjoy it for as long as you can. Did you know it is recommended that for most 'NOmen, high-qucllity rnamrnQgl'aphy l saeening should begin at age 40? As risk factors } vary in everyone. each woman her doctOr should discuss the plan that's right for her. Most recommend screening etery_ one to J tvvo yearS. some recommend it take place fMiy year. Why not make your appointment 1oday? HOME 3000 N. 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralllome.com ., : -,-,

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Crime Two Men Shot .In Sulphur Springs MCCLAREY TIMMONS Tampa Police are ing the shooting of two men Thursday morning in Sulphur Springs. According to police, residents in the area of Bougainvillea and 14th Street caJled 9-1-1 at 4=41 a.m . with reports of shots being fired. When police arrived, they found McClarey Timmons, 30, and Jarmarcus Lucas, 37, in the area. Timmons suffered a gunshot wound to the buttocks and Lucas was shot in the arm. Police said initial interviews revealed the incident may be drug related, and the investi gation is continuing. Officers took three people into custody for questioning about the incident and to see if they were involved. Help Needed In ldentitving Burglar The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on October 23rd at 3:53 a.m., a suspect pried open the rear door of the Tampa Postal Federal Credit Union in Brandon. Deputies said the suspect went inside the busin.ess and began kicking in doors. After rummaging througn the busi ness, he left without taking anything, but not before caus ing more than $300 in dam age. Authorities believe the sus pect is responsible for another burglary that occurred at the .same credit union earlier in the month. The suspect is described as a Rlack male, 25 to 40 years old and weighing 170 to 200 pounds He was last seen leav ing in vehicle described as possibly a Nissan Altima or similar 4-door vehicle, silver in color. Anyone with any information regarding the identity and whereabouts of the sus pect and wants to be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800873-8477 Judge Testifies In Phonv Paperwork Case NYDEED NASHADDA PINELLAS COUNTY On Wednesday a chief judge sat on the witness stand to testify in the escape trial of Nydeed N ashaddai, a man accused of using ph6ny paperwork to spring himself out of jail last year. Nashaddai, 45, was in jail October 2009 awaiting trial on forgery charges. He somehow created a phony judge s order that looked realistic enough to get him released, prosecutors said. The act won Nashaddai 16 hours of freedom and could cost him up to 15 years in prison Nashaddai's attorney said his client was released because of a mistake in the State Attorney's Office, But prosecutors played recordings of Nashaddai's conversations with his wife and a friend from jail visits and phone calls. In one, Nashaddai was heard plead ing with his wife to send him court documents similar to the bogus one that got him released. Ex-Stripper Sentenced For Bank Fraud CHRISTY YAMANAKA Christy Yamanaka, a former stripper, was sentenced Monday to a year of supervised release for bank fraud. Yamanaka, 50, entered a guilty plea to one count of scheming with former judge Thomas E. Stringer, Sr., to hide the fact she gave him cash to buy a house in Hawaii. After the house was sold, the two fell into a dispute over its profits, leading to a tabloid scandal that cost Stringer his reputation, forced retirement from the 2nd District Court of appeal, and for at least five years, his license to practice law. Yamanaka had faced a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine on the bank fraud charge, but federal sentencing guidelines in her case called for no more than 6 months. Walker School Defendant Sentenced To Probation The case began last year with accusations of a locker room rape at Walker Middle School, and finally came to an end Wednesday when the last of four teenage defendants was sentenced to juvenile probation. Randall Moye, 15, was the first to accept a plea deal with prosecutors that reduced his four sexual battery charges to one felony battery charge in exchange for cooperation in the prosecution of the others. The other three defendants, Lee Louis Myers, 15, Diemante Roberts, 16, and Raymond Price-Murray, 15, have all been punished in the case. UNCLE SANDY ... Trust, like respect, 4, 9, 11, 14 must be earned 13, 16, 19, 20 first can never 22, 27, 28, 29 be taken for granted 33, 38, 44.48. Woman Charged With Threatening Son With Handgun Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies reported that they arrested a woman Tuesday night after she allegedly pointed a loaded gun ather son. "Deputies said Melissa Freeman, 29, thought her son, 12, had stolen money and cigarettes from her. He denied it, then Freeman allegedly threatened to spank and them kill him with the handgun," said spokeswoman Debbie Carter. Freeman is a.ccused of aggravated child abuse and aggravated assault with a MEUSSA FREEMAN firearm. She is being held on $2,500 bail, and her seven children have been placed in foster care. Judge Sets New Bail Conditions For Reggae Star On Wednesday, a judge set new bail conditions for reg gae star, Buju Banton, but it is not certain Banton would be released before his retrial on cocaine conspiracy charges in December. The new conditions include a $300,000 bond secured by the Miami-Dade County home of Stephen Marley; son of reggae legend Bob Marley. BUJUBANTON 1\) 0 ...... 0 ., r 0 :!! en m z :::! z m r m c: r r m :::! z c: Also, a security company must put up a separate $25,000 bond, keep Banton on around the clock house arrest at his condominium in Tamarac, fit him with a GPS monitor, and install new locks and an alarm system at his home. Banton would not get the keys or the alarm code A judge said Banton might not make bail before m c trail because prosecutors cn plan to appeal thE( bail condi-::I: m tions and an immigration c judge still would have to con-m sider whether to lift a hold on the Jamaican native. 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0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 en w ::::) 1-> a: w > w 0 w ::J: en ::::i m ::::) D. z ..... ..... ::::) m ..... w z i= z w en <( e a: 0 ..... LL Making This Right Beaches Claims Cleanup Economic Investment Environmental Restoration Health and Safety Wildlife-For Information visit: bp.com restorethegulf.gov facebook.comlbpamerlca twilter .comlbp.:..amerlca youtube.comlbp For assistance please call: To report Impacted wildlife: (866} 557-1401 To report oil on the shoreline: (866) 448-5816 To make spill-related claims: (800) 44().()858 tlorldagulfresponse.com o 2010 BP. E&P .. Now Gulf seafood Is coming back on the menu. so come on down. we're open for business." Bryan Zar Co-owner, Restaurant des F amilles Crown Point. LA I grew up bussing tables at this restaurant. Last year. my wife. Brooke, and I bought it. We were working hard to build a business. then the spill hit. BP said they would try to make things right But how was an energy company going to help our restaurant? Keeping Businesses Open We figured they would tell us to take a number and wait in line.lristead, they asked us i f we coi.Jid serve food to the workers, engineers. scientists. and local residents they had hired to cleanup the spill. It kept us busy round the clock And we weren't the only ones. They hired a lot of local businesses and kept a lot of people working. They have kept businesses up and down the Gulf open and it's still making a difference. Open for Business BP asked us to share our story with you to keep you Informed. Our restaurant's open six days a week. Customers are filling our restaurant again and we think it's a good time to come down to the Gulf Coast. And If we could make just one request please think of us when planning your next vacation We're still here and while it's been tough. we are still cooking. And we are just one of the hundreds of great places ready to welcome you when you come down. So don't wait. We're looking forward to seeing you. bp v tOil!IIIIO 8:S2.AM I

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The Tampa Bay Tech Class of 1980 held its 30th year reunion recently. Among the list of activities was a meet-and-greet, banquet and picnic. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Picnic guests included Virginia Anderson, Lillie Judge Nichols and Carolyn Spotford Williams. Jonathan Ruiz, Adriana Martin and Arlene Ruiz. The reunion committee members for the Class of 1980 consisted of Yvette Williams-Stephens, Merita Pringley-Minor, Ordia.P. Pettway and Clarissa Harris-Harrington. Among those at the picnic were Shirley Thomas Williams, Mary Shellman Mosley, Trina Washington, Aletha Benford, Leatha McDuffie and Cynthia Wells Abdul Rahmaan. Buccaneers, Dairv Council Donate Plavuround Equipment To School BY JULIA JACKSON Once a year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a long with the Dairy Council of Florida, select a school in Hillsborough County to receive this great gift of health. This year E E. Just Elementary School was selected. Fuel Up To Play 60" is the health goal to encourage daily exercise for an hour, as well as teaching kids healthy eating habits. The goal is to develop and help maintain a healthy weight and focus on the consumption of nutrient-rich foods in the four food groups. Healthy habits are created in childhood and reinforced during adolescence and maintaine d into adulthood. During the presentation, Carolyn Hill, Principal of E. E. Just Elementary School, expr e s se d how g r a t e ful and excited s h e was t o h ave h e r sc ho o l se le ct e d The T ampa Bay After-school employee, Alicia, and Maurice Buccaneers along with the Dairy Council of Florida, donated $5,000 worth of playground equipment to the s chool. After the presentation, Principal Hill presented the sp e cial gue s ts Buccane e r wide receive r Maurice Stovall, defe n s iv e lin e m a n Michael Bennett, and lin e b ac k e r Quincy Black. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Donasha got a chance to celebrate with the Buccaneer mascot. Buccanee r linebacke r Quincy Black, shows his skills o n the basketball court. From left to right: School Resource Officer Burrows, Michael Bennett, and Just Principal, Carolyn Hill. Coach J and MoJo posed for this photo at Just Elementary during the pre s entation.

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0 Local 0) N 2010 Award Recipients Announced: a: w m 0 0 Bov Scouts To Host1th Whitnev M. Young Luncheon MRS. ALBERTA REED . 2010 Award Recipient ERNEST HOOPER 2010 Award Recipient The Gulf Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America will host their 7th Annual Whitney M. Young Luncheon on Thursday, November 11, 2010, at 11:30 a. m. at Carrabba's Italian Grill Restaurant, 700 N. Dale Mabry Highway. LL The luncheon recognizes the service of an adult or organization that works in the development of scouting for culturally and economically diverse youth. The c( 2010 recipients are Mrs. Alberta Reed, former Cubmaster at First Baptist Church of College Hill for 41 years, and Ernest Hooper, St. Petersburg c Times columnist. -m The Whitney M. Young Service Award was established in 1978 in honor of the late Civil Rights spokesman and executive director of the Urban League (1961-w > w 0 w :::J: UJ :J m ::::;) a.. SIDNEY MORGAN ... Guest Speaker HALVERN JOHNSON ... District Director FundraisingjMarketing/Sales 1971). He was considered one of the most influential Civil Rights leaders and a diplomat of race relations. Proceeds from the luncheon will benefit over 1,500 at-risk youth in the West Central Florida area. This year's keynote speaker will be Sidney Morgan, CEO of WNGM Consulting Group. He is an experienced health care executive. He also main tains several other positions. For more information or sponsorship opportunities, or to RSVP, please con tact Halvern Johnson at (813) 245-9687 or hjohnson@boyscouting.com. z i= w ..J ..J ::::;) m Is homeownership within your reach? Ask us about -our flexlble,low down payment loan options for those With modest income. Our expert mortgage loan officers can tell you about the. se affordable loan options, as well as guide you every step of the way-from helping you find out how much you can comfortably afford right down to our one-page Clar i ty Commitment summary that tells you in plain language what you're getting. .. Get started.by visiting one of our locations, calling 1.800:301.3892, or visiting bankofamerica.comjmyhome America. Home Loans -'

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HENRYM. CROCKETT, V, a.k.a., HANK October 31st We love you and are blessed to have you in our lives: Mommy, Nana, god-families, Sentinel family, your other family members and friends! DEI.SA COLLINS Happy 13th birthday. From, your loving nana, Sharon Mitchell; parents, Erica and Delvin Collins; auntie, Robyn Wiggs; along with your entire family. look Who's #3 a.k.a., DUDE Happy birthday to our little one, Ju'Sean on 10-31..:10. He will be celebrating with family and friends at Chuck E. Cheese. Enjoy your day! We love you!! Mom, dad, Gitt Quawn, NeNe, Dria and Marcus. Happy Birthdav ToMei SADE Thank you LOrd for letting me see another year IKE SURE YOU VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2ND HOWARD, JR., a.k.a., HAPO Look who's turning the big 2! It's your day, andmayyou cel ebrate many more. Love, mommie, daddy and three sisters, Alexis, Autumn and Haley. (L-R) JEROME SCOTT, DEREKBELLAndJERROLDSCOTT Happy birthday on Oct. 31. We will be celebrating on Fnday, Oct: 29, with friends and family. Happy birthday to Jerrold J. Scott. RETHA Happy birthday, Retha. Q Celebrating 17 years at the Horseshoe. The Diva is 64. See you m Saturday. d;

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0 MAHDAndAJ Happy birthday to my fa vorite brother, Yung AJ. He will be turning the big 2. So, come show your love at Ragan Park this Sunday. 9 {l . a: 0 JA'LIYA z 0 (/J w ;:) .... Happy 1st birthday to our Lil Princess, New New, who will be one on 10/30/10. We love you. Love, mommy and daddy (Trish and Food.son). DUKEAndAJ Shout out to my lil brother, "Mr. Polo," on his 2nd birthday. Love, Duke! Happy 1st birthday. DUDE (JU'SEAN) And GITI QUAWN Birthday wishes being sent out to my twin on 10-10. My lil breast will be the big #3! Love ya, Gitt Quawn. SADE, MIKE, REMI And MARCO Happy birthday, Cuzo. Love ya. God bless ya. Stay strong Duhh!!! w > w 0 w :::t: (/J :J m ;:) D. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z i= z w (/J 0 a: 0 ..J BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." St Mart< Missionary Baptist ChliCh 7221 S. Sherrill Street Port Tampa, Rorida 33616 (813) 839-5263 uBuilding On A Fim1 Foundation" Sunday School -9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship -10:55 A.M. Wednesday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 P.M. Transportation Services Available GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St (813) 248-3779 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship8 A.M Sunday School-9 : 30A.M. Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A. M. Wed., Family Night-7 P.M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50a. m Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10 : 50 a m TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6 : 30 p m Life Enrichment University VISit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@lbcch.org "'v"uua Growth And Sharing God's Love Worship 0 SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship 11:00 A:M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M

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____ --We've Got Swagg, 0 Fresh Out MARKEITA, MARY And ISAAC MARY, FREDDIE And MARKEITA Happy birthday to our mother, Ms. Jackson, who will be celebrating her spe cial day with family and friends on 10-31. And we would like to wish our Aunt Machelle a happy birthday and many more to come. Happy birthday, Sis. Happy birthday to my sister, Mary. From, your brother, Freddie. And I wish you many more to come. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 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 DR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org SUPERSTAR DUHH ... Just jumped and ready to stunt. Get with it or get lost. We Look Good MIKE(STAR) And SADE (COCO) The Polo bandits at it again. Happy birthday, Ms. CoCo. AARON And RONDA Happy birthday, Bookie Bear. From, your soon-to-be husband, Aaron and family, Love you baby, 10-30-10. 0 aJ m J:J I\) _ GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E Emma St Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Wor ship-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) sn-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 'Academy Office : (813) sn-5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514. E-Mail : fbcopv@tampabay.rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship T imes 7 : 30A.M. & 10:55 A M 4:!!:UJiil!lllf' Sunday-9:45A.M. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 A.M. Adult Wednesday7 P .M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P M Adult A Camplll For Bible Institute "Growing The Church For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 :8. 1 Thea 1 :8) ----> My birthday party is to-night (Friday) at the Horse-Z shoe. :::! Happy birthday, Retha, Mike and Barbara. r-aJ c: r rm HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH New Testament M. B. :::! Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road c: Thonotosassa, FL 33592 m 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 (813} 986-3971 r (813) e1o-1252 c;; REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45 A: M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School 1 0 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. REV. 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 Wno Strengthens Me.. Phil. 4 :13 ST. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH -3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa FL 3361 o (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 -8:30 p m. Praise & Worship Service Wed. 8:30 9 p m. Children & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8 :30 p m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10a.m. Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p m. Teen Night Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 -11 p m REV., W. D. SIMS, Pastor :::t m c m < m J:J -< -i c: m en c > z c

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c a: The Ultimate Comlort There are times in almost every person's life they need comforting. People need comfort during times of bereavement, times of disappointment, times of hurt, times of fear, and times of betrayal. When going through periods such as these, it is always good to have someone present to provide the comfort. In Psalm 63, which serves as this week's lesson, David needed comforting. He found himself in situa tions where he needed someone to help him Sunday, October 31, 2010 7:30pm VICTORY TABERNACLE, UPC 10055 W. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa, Florida 33615 LL-Guest Speaker Evangelist Cortt Chavis from N Carolina Special guest Choir-New Destiny of Clearwater, Florida C z w c w C/) :::i m :::: 11. z i= w ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z i= z w C/) ic( c a: 0 ..J LL m CD w CJ YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS! For free transportation call813-886-8247 Many are the sorrows of the wicked, but steadfast love surrounds the one who trusts in the LORD. Psalm 32:10 SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. 'M. Morning Service-11 :30 A. M. Evening Service7 :30 P M Bible Studv -:uesday Evening .... Bible Band 7.30 P. M. NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 uJUIII:L.,. Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30 A 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 Thursday Evening-YPWW -7:30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry7:30 P. M. through. He found himself in a time in life that .he didn't know what to do or how he was going to make it through. Although he had many people following him, David knew that he needed something they could not provide. In life we oftentimes need a comfort men cannot pro vide. David said in the opening verse, "0 God, thou art my God ... my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is" (vs. 1). David is quite clear on who his God is. It is important to know who your God is because He is the one who will be able to help you through all the issues oflife. David expressed his need to have God. David compares his need for God is like a man who is in a: dry place and thirsty. When life gets to the place that it is dry, desolate, and can no longer provide a cru cial resource for life, the one you need is God. When you are thirsty and in need, the person to seek is God. NEW FELLOWSHIP M. B. CHURCH OF TAMPA 912 East Fairbanks"* Tampa 33612 Comer Of 9th And Fairbanks A. Morning WorShip -11 A. M. Wednesday Prayer Service 7-7:30 P. M. Bible Study-7:30.8:30 P. M. The Public Is Invited. New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc.,. Kingdom Life D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425-5299 7402 N. 56th st, Bldg 700, Ste. 790 Tampa, FL 33617 Worship ---SUnday, 11:30 a.m. Oct. 31, 20210 12-5 P.M. Kingdom Haniest Fest Health Scnienlngs Food Music Face PalnUng Moon House lWistlng Haunted House askOn!Jcwc.ori :/!www.nhowo.o While David is in this place in his life, he desires to see God's power and glory as he has seen it in the sanctuary (vs. 2). The sanctuary that David refers to is not limited to a physi cal locale or building. David is speaking of a more holy place. Just as David has seen the power of God in the holy place he also de sires and believes that he will see it in his current sit uation. David in verse 3 com pares the lovingkindness of God to life itself . To David, the lovingkindness of God is better than life. He would rather be in love, in fellowship, and in the pres ence of God than to be alive. The result of such lov ingkindness is David de claring that he will praise and bless the Lord. What better way to show your ap preciation to God for His wonderful and marvelous works, than to praise Him? David speaks of praise in a personal manner. It is with his lips he will praise. Every individual must praise God him or herself. BIP1IST CHURCH 1281li.J..._.St.. (813) 229-1190 sundav SCheel, _____ There is a comfort in knowing God and knowing the comfort of God. When you need comfort because of the actions of people, God will provide it. There were individuals who were hunting David to kill him on behalf of King Saul. David said about those in dividuals, "But those that seek my soul, to destroy it, shall go into the lower parts of the earth" (vs. 9). The center part of the earth is known as "Sheol". David knew that as long as he had God on his side, his enemies could not prevail against him. The only peo ple who go to Sheol are those who are dead. There fore, David foresees that those who are seeking his life will die before him. There is great comfort iri God. God will pro vide comfort in the midst of uncomfortable situations and comfort from people who seek yourlife. It is better to seek the comfort of God than the comfort of the things of the world. God is your comfort and He is your comforter. lernlnt WersbiP --------11 a.m. Prayer serwlce, 1 p.m. AWUa Billie ShldJ. TUtsdaJ 1:11 Q. Billie SlUdV, TUISdiV----IC.IeAI='IInllllbCIItltlll*:ll .......-..:nmw'e:a -ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue, Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone. : (813) 248-3737 Or (813).248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Blslql Eddie Sr. WEEKLY WORSHIP ,SCHEDULE Slllldar. 8:00 A. M .Spiritual Enrichment 9:45 A.M. Sunday SChool/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 31'0 Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Prayer wiBible StuGy Wednesday: 5:30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45P.M. Adutt &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 the whole man." Outreacih.Minlstry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA

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0) N w m 0 1-u 0 c LL c LL c z <( c en w w > w c w :::z::: en :::; m ::::) H HALLo 1 can refrigerated breadstick dough 1 package cocktail wieners or mini hot dogs Mustard and ketchup Whether ()r fl,e ()f '" __ ttl aU ()f -. ... DIRECTIONS: Pret:i heat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly coat ffi baking sheet with non_. stick cooking spray. Open refrigerator dough and roll in out on w smooth surface. Cut en each breadstick into thirds. Wrap each hotdog several times with 1 strip of dough to make mummy bandages. o Place mummy pups on baking sheet and bake 8 10 minutes until golden. lt -Cool slightly, then add two drops of mustard to each mummy for the eyes. Serve with 'blood' ketchup for dipping. 1 package chocolate cake mix 2 package white candy coated or almond bark Green food col-oring & 1 bag large marshmallows % teaspoon almond extract 1 can chocolate frosting Assorted decorating frostings and gels Green Mike and Ike candies, trimmed Assorted candies and sprinkles DIRECTIONS: Prepare cake mix following pack age directions. Line cupcake pan with cupcake liners and fill each 2/3 full. Bake according to package di rections. Allow cupcakes to cool. Following package instructions, melt candy coating in microwave. After coating is melted, stir in a few drops of green food coloring. Add more if needed until candy is a nice monster green. Using bamboo skewers, dip large marshmallow into candy coating until covered. Place on wax paper until cool. Repeat to make 18 coated marshmallows. Stir extract into chocolate frosting. Frost each cup cake. Place one coated marshmallow in center of each cupcake. Decorate with frostings and gels to create a mini Frankenstein head. Use extra frosting to stick green Mike and Ike candy "bolts" to the head. Finish with more candies and sprinkles. 1 package lime gelatin & 2 cups boiling water 3 cups cold pineapple juice & 1 bottle ginger ale Equipment: plastic cauldron (available at party or craft stores), punch bowl that fits inside the caul. dron, 1 block dry ice (available at supermarkets, ice cream shops or ice companies) DIRECTIONS: Pour the gelatin mix into a bowl, stir in the boiling water. Stir at least 2 minutes, until the gel atin is dissolved. Stir in the pineapple juice. Let cool to room temperature. Using tongs, place the block of dry ice in the bottom L-----------. of the cauldron (Dry ice ---------------------------=--------------will burn skin, so keep it away from kids and pets!) Use an ice pick to break the block Fill the caul dron with just enough water to cover the dry ice. It will begin to "steam." Put the punch bowl in side the cauldron, on top of the dry ice. The caul dron will appear to be magically smoking. Carefully pour the drink mixture into the punch bowl. Slowly add the gin ger ale. Stir gently to mix.

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1 cup butter, softened 1 cup powdered sugar 1 egg 2-3/4 cups flour 1 teaspoon each of almond and vanilla extract 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup almond slices 1 tube red decorating gel DIRECTIONS: Preheat ovefl to 325F. Beat to gether butter, sugar, egg, almond and vanilla extract. Slowly beat in flour, baking powder and salt. Divide the dough into four parts, cover and refrig erate for 30 min. Take one quarter of the dough at a time from the refrigerator. Break off one heaping tea spoonful and roll it into a finger shape. Squeeze in around the middle of the finger to create a knuckle shape. Then, using a butter knife, make indents in several places to resemble a finger. Repeat. Put cookies on a lightly greased baking sheet and for 20-25 min. let cool. Then, squeeze red decorating gel onto the tip of each finger and gently press an almond on top so ttie gel oozes out from I underneath. Let cookies cool on wire racks. Fish* Crabs* Fresh Br Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs NOW COOKING THURSDAY ''"'"'"''"'"'"'"'"'.$7.98 Buy 51bs Chicken Thighs -Get 51bs Free .............. ........ $7.98 51bs of Boneless Skinless. Chicken Breast .. ,; ....... -.......... .$9.95 Rlbeya ....... ""'"'""'"$6.99/lb. Chicken Wings .......... ; ...... $8.99 Register to Win a Free Thanksgiving Meal Plan Ad Required Meat Plans Available Black decorating sugar, for the glass Juice of 1 lime, plus 1 lime wedge 1/4 cup dark rum 1/4 cup ginger beer or all-natural ginger ale 1 black gummy spider. DIRECTIONS: Spread out the black sugar on a small plate. Rub the lime wedge around the rim of a rocks glass; dip the glass in the black sugar, then fill with ice. Combine the rum and lime juice in a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake well. Carefully strain into the glass, minding the sugar on the rim. Top the drink with ginger beer and add the gummy spider. 305 -, CIGARmEs 31.00. cJroN 3 IIAMS 1 BRIM FOR $10.0Q 2 FIR $10.00 ., r 0 :!! en m z ::! z m r o:J c: r r m :::! z "tt c: o:J r en ::::t m c m < m -t -c: m en C )> z c ., :!! -< .,. 15 m <0 I o:J

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E Health N a) N a: w Town Hall Meeting Discusses Diabetes m On Wednesday, November Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., in partnership with D.E.L.T.A. Inc., the Epsilon Mu Mu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., and the Gamma Zeta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc. will host the event. 3rd members of several Greek 0 organizations will present a 0 Town Hall meeting to discuss > diabetes. The event will take place at the University Area a: Community Center, 14013 N. LL 22"d Street, from 6:30 p.m. to >-a: LL c z <( c (/) w :::) .... i:t w > w c w :::1: (/) ':::i m :::) a. z tu ...I ..... :::) m ...I w z i= z w (/) g a: 0 ...I LL m I 0 ..... 8:30p.m. Entitled "Each One Reach One: One Community United To Fight Diabetes," the event is planned to allow members of the community to ask questions and to discuss is sues pertaining to the disease. A panel of local diabetes and health experts will be in attendance as well as Dr. James R. Gavin, III, a National Diabetes Care Expert. Dr. Gavin is a clinical professor of medi cine at Emory University School of Medicine, Indiana Members of the Tampa SCHOOL PHYSICALS STEPHEN A. WILLIAMS, M.D., P.A. Board Certified Pediatrician 714 W. MLK Jr Blvd. Tel: 813-223-6222 Tampa, FL 33603 Fax:813-223-6020 www.kiddlemd.com Accepting New Patients, Including Children Exams, Cleaning & Fil6ngs Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges -Partials & Dentures Extraction Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Seni9r Citizen Disoounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr MLK Blvd. ) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com FREE HOME DB.IVERY OF YOUR MEDICATIONS DIABEilC SHOES & SUPPLIES FAST & FRIENDLY SERIVCE $4 DRUGS NOW AVAILABLE ON MOST GENERIC MEDS WE ACCEPT HILLSBOROOGH COUN1Y PLANS, SHARE COST, MEDICAID, MEDICARE & 01HERS. Let Us Be Your Pharmacy Call Us Today At www. supei1onnedlalcenter.com DR. JAMES R. GAVIN, III University School of Medicine, and past president of the American Diabetes Associa tion. Panelists include Kevin B. Sneed, PharmD, Dean of Pharmacy, USF; Dr. Vasco Marques, Cardiologist; and Renee Meehan, RN, MA, CDE, Program Coordinator, Tampa General Hospital Diabetes Education. Additionally, the event will feature "Ask Your Pharmacist," and other organizations to answer specific questions about diabetes medications, local Ste JOJ Tampa. FL 89J9 Corn & Calluses Sports Medicine Wound Care NEW Medi-Pedicure Bunion s Available PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A. Board C .e rtified Academy Of Amb!ilatory Foot & Ankle Surgery Confidenn Begins \Vith A Beautiful Smile! hllpln\\ \our"llllfl' lnd.l' \\ilh '-tl.li:!hl K. Blvd. Dr. Martin Luther King Suite 1 Tampa, Florida 33607 1703 Palmetto Ave. Plant City, FL 33!63 home health and diabetes education. There will be free blood sugar screenings for those in attendance from 6:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. "Increasing awareness of this epidemic is essential to the overall health of the communities we serve. This program is part of our duties as a community service organization Ms. Khaliah Fleming, Physical and Mental Health Committee Chairperson, said. The even tis free and open to the public. Oinner will be served to those in attendance. Feel Good Again ... In Seconds! If You're Seriously Stressed The best fix is the one you can do a nywhere: breathing. Close your eyes and inhale deeply through your nose. Hold for five counts; exhale through your nose for 10 counts. Repeat for two min utes This can deactivate your fight-or-flight response and help you relax. Tense Shoulders Stand with back against a wall, heels together, arms by sides. Slowly roll upper body down, head toward floor, until you're hanging upside down, arms loose and swinging freely. From here, do eight small, un.; controlled circles with your arms, releasing the tension in your shoulders. Reverse the circles for eight reps; slowly roll back up the wall. Lower Back Pain Try the Supine Crossover: Lie on your back with legs ex tended, arms at sides. Gently pull right knee to your chest, holding the back of your thigh. Release and stretch right knee across body to the left as far as you can, keeping both shoul ders on the floor, your arms in aT-shape. Switch legs andrepeat. Do two times on each side. Tension Headache Insta-relief: With right arm at your side, 'tilt head toward left shoulder, pulling head gen tly with left hand to deepen stretch. Hold for 30 seconds; repeat two times on each side. No Energy Try the yoga bridge pose. It helps the lungs to fully expand so more oxygen circulates to your brain and muscles. Lie on your back, knees bent, heels di rectly under knees. Lift hips, clasping hands underneath your back. Hold for 30 sec onds, slowly. Driving Stiffness Hours behind the wheel can lead to hip and leg pain. Try standing with your right side facing the car, and place right hand on car at shoulder height. Cross right leg behind left, keepingfeet flat, and tilt hips toward car so you're arching sideways. You should feel a stretch in your right hip . Hold for 30 seconds; repeat on op posite side.

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The pathway to better health for teenage girls starts with the first meal of the day, and when they make a good-for-me choice their odds of having a healthier body weight and lower cholesterol im prove. These are the latest peer-reviewed findings summarized in Public Health Nutrition. This analysis of the Na tional Heart Lung and Blood Institute Growth and Health Study (NGHS) data was funded in part by the General Mills Bell In stitute of Health and Nu trition. The NGHS KEKE PALMER followed the diets of 2,379 ... I <3 BKFST Spokesperson girls who, at the beginning of the study, were between the ages of nine and 10 from 1987 to 1997; 51 percent, or 1,213, were African American girls and 1,166 were Caucasian girls who lived in Berkeley, CA, Cincinnati, OH and Washington, D. C., Based on analysis of the girls' food : diaries, breakfast cereal eaters tended to have lower waist-to-height ratios, which is an indicator of healthy body weight, lower total cholesterol and lower LDL cholesterol. Oiie of the healthiest breakfast choices in the 10-year study was fortified ready-to-eat cereal which helped boost the nutrient content in the girls' diets. Analyses of the study results identified that tween and teen girls who regularly ate cereal for breakfast relative to 24 other reported breakfast foods were less likely to be overweight, had healthier body weights and lower cholesterol. A recent report indicates that 24 percent of African American girls ages 12 to 17 are overweight, compared to 15 percent of white girls1 As we look at the results of the study, it's important to com. municate three primary points with girls and their parents .or guardians, explained Susan Crockett, PhD., RD, F.A.D.A., Vice President and Senior Technology Officer, Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition. First, breakfast is a must for better Second, choose foods that will nourish your body and help jumpstart your day. Third, fortified cereal is a convenient, wholesome choiCe. About half, or approximately 51 percent, of girls followed in the study were African-Amertcan, so there is a real purpose for reaching out directly to teen Black girls to help them understand the benefits that come with having breakfast, explained KeKe Palmer, I <3 BKFST spokesperson and teen actress and singer. Starting the day right with a bowl of cereal topped with fruit, milk and a glass of orange juice is a smart choice and one that more girls need to make. I'm asking girls to pledge on Facebook to eat breakfast so they can help themselves and someone in need, too. Palmer is encouraging teens, ages 14 to 17, to visit www.face book.com/IHEARTBKFST as a step toward better health and to lend a helping hand to girls in need. I <3BKFST, translated as I HEART BREAKFAST, is designed to appeal to and help educate teens and their parents and guardians. In turn, General Mills will donate $0.25 for every pledge made through December 22, 2010 up to $10,000 and a minimum donation of $5,000 to Grace House, a foster nome for girls in need located in Birmingham, AL. Encouraging healthier eating habits is every parents respon sibility, and given the body of evjdel).ce supporting the benefits of breakfast and breakfast cereal as a good choice we' re clearly giving our girls a great advantage by reinforcing the importance of the first meal ofthe day, said Karol Watson, vice president Association of Black Cardiologists and I <3 BKFST spokes woman. I An apple a day won't keep the flu away. Get your flu shot at the Publix Pharmacy! $25 each shot* Find a location near you by visiting publix.com/ftu or calling 1-877-FLU-8100. *Medicare Part B accepted without co-pay. Age restrictions apply. Speak to y<>.ur Publix pharmacist for details. p u 8 l x P I+ A R M A C Y Feeling well. living .better. "T1 r 0 ::D (J) m z ::::! :z m r tD c r r m ::::! z "tJ c: OJ r u; :::J: m c m < m -4 c: m (J) < )> z c "T1 ::D c

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Local Castor Announces BOOM For Businessman To Become FAMU's SBI 3rd Alumni Donor High Speed Rail Related Jobs (.) 0 >=' <( c KATHY CASTOR U.S. Congresswoman a: Floridians have won thou-u.. sands of new jobs as the result of another major high-speed rail award. Florida will be re ceiving an additional $8oo million towards completing the Tampa-Orlando High Speed Rail segment. Congresswoman Kathy Castor learned of the award in a conversation with Trans..: portation Secretary Ray LaHood earlier this week. In one of the largest invest ments for Florida under the American Recovery and Rein vestment Act, Florida received $1.25 billion in January to ereKATHY CASTOR U. S. Congresswoman ate jobs and begin work on a High-Speed Rail line that will connect Tampa and Orlando. Castor joined Senator Bill Nelson in August calling on the Administration to award the Florida Department of Transportation's application for funding th e completion of the Tampa-Orlando link. "People are already a t work on the Tampa to Orlando segment, and workshops are un derway for small business owners to tap into new busi ness opportunities. This major investment means that thou sands more Floridians will be put to work," Castor said. This announcement comes on the heels of last week's Housing and Urban Develop ment grant for the City of Tampa to establish the City's High Speed Rail station. An $8 million grant to begin the Or lando-Miami segment of Florida's High Speed Rail line was also awarded. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Michael Reid and his wife, the late Audrey Reid, will have their names added to the "Big Board" on Friday, October 29, 2010, during the un veiling of the 3rd SBI Alumni $100,000 Donor Plaque. During Homecoming festiv ities this weekend at Florida A&M University, the School of Business and Industry will host its Entrepreneurship Se ries. The purpose of the series is to engage alumni in the mission to develop new and existing partnerships to maintain academic programs. Reid said the unveiling of his and his wife's name on the "Big Board" is "just our way of saying thanks to F AMU and to the community for porting our efforts over the years. Last year, Reid completed 20 years of business in the Tampa community and it was the 25th year of his gradua tion from FAMU's SBI. "My wife and I made it our personal goal to have otir names on the "Big Board" by the time we were so. It's our way of saying to other alumni that, 'y es, it can be done.' A little bit at a time over time will build tip. The money we spend going to games and preparing for games, if we'd just take 1/10 of that and put towards taking care of the MICHAEL AND AUDREY REID 'ranch,' we'd be a lot further on," he explained. The endoWment he and, his wife have set aside will edu cate 1 male and 1 female a year. The money has been generated from his personal donations and the proceeds from bus trips, shopping trips, trips to classics, all through MLR Entertainment. An Auxiliary Services Ac countant at Hillsborough Community College (20 years), Reid uses as the slo gan for MLR Entertainment, ''I'm in the business of fun raising for ftmdraising." The unveiling will take place at 1 p. m. ,immediately after the convocation. Reid would like for any Tam pans who are in Tallahassee for Homecom ing weekend to join him on Friday. Residents Urged To 'Act Now' On World Stroke oav The American Heart Associworld to check health factors ation wants everyone to "act that could lead to stroke and now,'' as part of World Stroke to change behaviors that Day. The is. ask. could increase their chances ing everyone to : paJ.tlcipate in: of haVing a stroke. "My Life Check." .. The theme for the World At 1:06 p.m., on Oc-Stroke Day 2010 is "One in tober 29th, the .. 'Six:. Act" Now!" The Heart Association is asking because in everyone to take the ":M:y Life evety six people in the world Check" online health assesswill suffer a stroke. ment and to encourage .siX According to American other people to taki;dt ; Association, there are Through the assessment, six challenges to help lower www.StrokeAssociation.org/ stroke risk. They are: Know W orldStrokeDa.y, people your blood pressure, bJood learn how healthy they are, sugar and blood cholesterol how to create an action plan numbers and work to keep to achieve better health and them in a healthy range; be how to change behavior to rephysically active and exercise duce their risk of cardiovascu regularly; adopt a healthy lar diseases, including stroke. diet; limit alcohol consumpThe American Heart tion; avoid cigarette smoke; if .ation and its American you smoke, seek help to stop; Association division are teani-and learn to recognize the ing with .the World Stroke Orwarning signs of a stroke; and ganization (WSO) to how to take action: dial9-1-1 encourage people around the

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Th e community of Progress Village and beyond would lik e to thank Ms. Iradean London Biggs for the exce llent job that s h e has don e with the Progress Village News col umn over the y ears. Sh e is ill and recuperating in Clearwa ter. Let us keep her in our daily prayers In the meantime, I, Gloria McNair-Johnson, who has lived in Progress Village since the 6os, will continue the ar ticle in her absence October Birthdays Happy birthday to this month's celebrants: Shanetika M. Anthony, Sheldon L. Anthony, Sr., Zaren (Monica Livingstoh's son), Roy Roach, Timmy Yeager, Eugene Shakur Hall, Herman Butler, Rufus Rochelle, Joseph Redd, Asa Bryant, Steven Humphrey, Atravis Downey, Carolyn A. Clark, Carolyn Williams, Daryle Florence, Ray Charles Sturdivant, Spence Brock, Bryan Gray, Shawn Gossett, Preston Bulger, Jeanette Rose, Isaiah Thompson, J awaan Hamilton, Da Wayne Mayweather, Kimberly Warren, Lonnie Thompson, III, Eileen P. Thompson, Emani Hamilton, Uganda Harris, Patricia McNair-Thompson-Ellis. Sick And Shut-Ins Lifting prayers for the sick and shut-ins: Iradean Biggs, David and Alberta Shedrick, and Archie Hayes. Deepest Sympathy We extend our deepest sym pathy to the families who re cently loss their loved ones: Henry Gibson, Frank Jones, Jr., Velton Banks, Marvin Messer, Paul Getz, Lillie C. Bryant, Ollie Hunter, Joyce Green, Corine Lyle, Freddie Wiggins, Staff Sergeant Dietrich Coleman, Christine McCarter, Tile Free Senl Paid for by Charlie Crist for U.S. Senate. Betty Copeland and Susan Godbolt. St. James AME Church Of Progress Village News The Community Hour of Power Bible P r aye r Band m ee ts eac h Thursday morn in g at 10:30 a m. They a r e a group of God's children ga th e red to get her o n one accord to learn the Word of God. Everyone is invited to come and share with them. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News Every third Sunday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Blvd. (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.) My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and cards for Florida Prison Inmates, write: MB2K Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, 336890402. Cynthia Pickney Outreach Ministries News Lending a hand to homeless and underprivileged families the Ministry provides hot meals for those in need who live in Tampa. ,, ,, ,, ,, For mor e information, call (813) 571-1556. Christlike Ministry News A C hri st i a n b ased s h e lt er for m e n and women who ne e d meals a nd s l eeping q u a rt e r s i s at 3011 Orient Road, Tampa, 33619, (813) 6231099 or (813) 623-10 39 Pastor Charles, over seer. Bell Shoals Job Seekers Ministry News The Bell Shoals Job Seekers Ministry is open to the com munity. The recession has left many unemployed and discouraged. Bell Shoals Baptist Church is located at 2102 Bell Shoals Road in Brandon and is there to reach out to the commu nity and offer support. In December 2008, the Job Seekers Ministry was born. It is estimated that more than 6oo people have gone through the program in the past 18 months. Job Seekers meets every Wednesday from 8:30-10:30 a. m. in the Fellowship Hall at Bell Shoals Baptist Church. The ministry is FREE to at tend and open to everyone in the community, not just church members. King's Closet Clair Mel First Asse mbl y Of 0 God, 2415 S. 78th Street 0 Tampa, invit es r e s i de nt s w h o a a r e in n ee d to the Kings tD m C l ose t for food, appa r e l :o Bib le, h ea lth and beauty 1\) it ems on Tuesdays from 10 a _c.o m. -12 noon to rec e ive w h a t is n ee ded FREE of charge. For information, call (813) 626-0087 or e mail: the kingscloset@aol.com. Thought For The Day Friendship that lasts a life time is built on love, trust and care; it's a bridge that's easy to cross over if made for both to share. Scripture (Titus 1:2) In hope of eternal life, which God that cannot lie, promised before the world began. F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 7419760 . Let's keep President Barack Obama and his 0 farpily in our daily prayers. :a Also keep our service men and women lifted up as they en continue to protect our coun-try. Call your news into Gloria Z m McNair-Johnson at (813) r 403-0071. r r m z "tJ c: tD r c;; :I: m c m < m :a < -1 c: m en c > z c ., :a c ... ble honest public servant connected to our community TIIII'S t:llltliB t:risll

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0 Nationa "'"" 0 N Q) NAACP wants 'Racist' N a: w D Halloween Decoration (.) Of Man Being lvnched 0 c Removed Oft lawn a: LL. One yard full of Halloween horrors is causing quite a stir as a man hanging from a tree has been deemed a racist lynching by the NCCAP. Josh Witkowski, says that his display is simply just a Halloween display that peo ple have taken too far. "For crying loud, I don't assign race to Halloween fix-e tures. I look at what's scary," the mask is designed to look like a ghoul, it's a ghoulish figure." However, may critics say the hanged man in Witkowski's lawn portrays an African American includ ing a handful of neighbors, passers-by's, and even the NAACP. City Council members are also getting involved with the situation and will decide on the content of the decoration. Witokowski added in a last comment of: "I will work with anybody who feels offended but it is Halloween and it is entertain ment!" a: LL. c z <( Florida Man launches 'Bama' Brand Cigarenes c (/) w :::::1 1-> a: w > w c w :::i A new brand of cigarettes is D hitting the market in several states and its name has a real z ring to it. i= The makers call them "Barna's" (b-short a mas) or ..J "Barna's" (b-ahh-mas) either one, but with a signature oval ..J ring around them, you might W say O'bama's. "It's easy to remember, packaging is pret Z ty attractive, and it's a good smoke." New Smyrna beach resident Rob Klotzback and two partners created the niche -brand and got them to mar ket in May. They're currently in 5 states including Florida. This palm coast tobacco store a;nong the first to carry "Barna's." though rob insists he's not playing off the presi dent, consumers get it ... "He's going to get booted but hey, at least he's got a cigarette named after him." Though Rob claims the o around 'Barna's" is just a flavor circle, be figures the administration is or will soon be aware of his "smokin" product. Former Girlfriend Savs Clarence Thomas was A Binge Drinker, Porn user LILLIAN MCEWEN Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was a binge drinker who had a pornography habit or fetish in the 1980s, then changed radically when he stopped drinking alcohol, his former girlfriend told CNN on Monday. Lillian McEwen, who dated Thomas for several years before he was nominat ed to the Supreme Court in 1991, provided CNN's "Larry King Live" program with a harsh depiction of Thomas. She said when they first met, he might have been a "raving alcoholic" who used pornography to help fulfill sexual fantasies, but then gave up drinking and transformed into an angry, obsessive man who bullied his son. King said during the program that Thomas' office declined offers to comment on the topics of the interview. Thomas almost had his Supreme Court nomination derailed when another woman, Anita Hill, accused him of sexual harassment when they worked together in the 1980s at the U.S. Department of Education and then the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. m--------------------------------------------------------------------a: 0 ..J LL. D I o:t "'"" Heard Every Saturday On 820AM HELLE B. PAITY & KING COBRA MORNIN. Is Urging E:._ryi'_eto GET OUT Bullied Special Ed Student Found In Ditch Clings To life A Hazelwood Central High School student was discov ered by police severely beaten in a ditch in Hazelwood, Missouri. The police says the teen went missing on Saturday night and was found severely beaten, a product, her mother says, of bullying. The victim, a 16-year-old special education student named Paige, had gone out to meet with friends in Hazelwood Central, according to her mother, CuSandra Jones. Her -mother says that she knew nothing about the bullying until her daughter was rushed to the hospital. The Hazelwood School District had launched an investigation into the attack and visited the hospital look ing for answers. School officials say they too were unaware of the bullying until the student's body was dis covered. Cops Arrest Suspect In Failed Salon Heist Police have arrested an armed man who was thwart ed from robbing a Brooklyn beauty salon by an off-duty police officer who was getting her hair done. Police identified the suspect as 19-year-old Winston Cox. He was early Monday morning. Charges were pending. Police say the man entered Sabine's Hallway beauty salon on Franklin Avenue just before 6:30 p.m. Saturday and demanded cash and belongings from the customers. A so-year-old off-duty offi-WINSTON COX cer identified herself as a police officer and ordered him to drop his gun, but the man -shot at her and missed and she returned fire, police said. Police say the suspect fled on foot. No injuries were reported inside the salon. 5-Year-Oid Bov Engaged To 3-Year-Oid svria Two toddlers are making headlines after becoming engaged for ari arranged marriage in Syria. '(he parents of s-year-old Khalid bought a set of rings for their son and his bride to be 3-year-old Hala. The boy's father Juma tells Gulf News that his son fell in love with Hala during a family trip. "Khalid told me and his mother that h e would like to have stayed with Hala or bring her hori1e ," Juma said, saying that both his boy and the girl suffered "loneli ness" while they were apart. KHALID And HALA At that moment I remembered the vow I'd made before Khalid's birth, and decided to buy the couple rings. The family moved back to Lattakia to celebrate the engagement.

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I Independence Program Graduation Held On Thursday, October 14th, the Polk State College's Winter Haven Campus served as the host-site for the Women's Resource Center's (WRC) beautiful graduation ceremony for participants of its Independence Program. Patti Bostick, President of WRC extended a warm w;elcome to everyone. The Invocation was rendered by Sophia Harris, Client Services Specialist. The keynote speaker for this memorable occasion was renowned author/ speaker/ radio show co-host Mary Foley. Her topic was Live Like Your Nciil Color which was taken from one ofher recent books_ entitled Live Like Your Nail Color, Even If You Have Naked Nails Jo Ann Schaffer, Executive Director of the WRC Independence Program, shared a little history of the WRC. Special thanks and recognition was given to Chris Nikdel of Clark, Nikdel & for the ration of the invitations and certificates for each graduate; to Susan Waddell who organized The Cheep Boutique, WRC's clothes closet for program participants and Sharon Creedon. Gifts included Polk State College tshirts, cookbooks, -. Wal-Mart gift cards and more were presented to more than 20 successful graduates by: Jennifer Myers, Junior League of Greater Winter Haven, Inc.; Jean Henne, WRC Bo .ard Member; Sharon Miller, Polk State College/ President-ElectWRC and Becky Coscia, Jewelry Designer. Presentation of Certificates to Independence Program was renderedby: Laura Sjrigleton, W.RC Client Services Specialist/Winter Haven and Sophia Harris, Client Services SpeCialist, Lakeland who one of het poems of encouragement entitled 'HolJle Run'. April .Denmark, a gradu ate shared her personal testi mony o.f how the WRC and its Independence Program has enriched her life and the lives of her husband and children. Closing remarks were given by Patti BoStick. Workforce Pr9gram To Showca8e At Breakfast Event and industry professionals are invited to Workforce WE3 2o1o Expo; Business, K-12, Postsecondary Working Together to Build Polk's Workforce. This free breakfast event will be held at The Lakeland Center on Thursday, November 4, 2010, beginning at 7:30 a.m. and will showcase workforce preparation programs. The event is a partnership effort between the Polk Public Schools Workforce Education Department imd numerous business, workforce and cation organizations. Pre.,registration is required For further information and/or to register call (863) 519-8437-Happy Birthday To You! Happy birthday wishes are extended to Barbara Davis of Lakeland and former Floridian; Audrey Williams-Shennan, as they each celebrate another natal day on October 31st Wishes for a Happy birth day also go out to Lakeland gentleman, Larry Johnson (Nov. 1st); Tampa lady, Karen Brown (Nov. grd) and Mother Saretha Ragins and Lakeland gentle man, Elton Pelt (Nov 4th). Special wishes for a happy birthday are extended to my mom, Marion JohnsonZorn, who will celebrate another year of life on November 4th. May each of you be blessed with many more days of your lives! Shaw-Nuf Shout Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout Out goes out to the Polk City Reunion Committee: Mae E. Grayes-Belton, Clifford and Deborah Byrd, Willie Axson, Rev. and Mrs. Theorious Axson, Mendell Brown, James and Sharon Davis, Dorothy Williams-Fogle, Mary C. Gordon, Leon Owens, Rosie GrayesPerdue, Ronald Gardner and Angela M. Grayes. This committee is making plans for the next Polk City Family and Community Reunion to be held November 26th 28th, 2010. May your efforts be blessed and the reunion be a success! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you : Share news and/or photos of yout cele brations, special events, birth. days, anniversaries weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organi zations, and community news etc., with the readership of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw Nuf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw NufTalk will share your exciting news with the readership! Leaders Honored For Service And Dedication The members of Bartow Church Of God By Faith, in conjunction with guests, recently gave honor to the service and dedication of their leaders, Elder Thomas and Mother Margaret Faison. The Messenger of the afternoon was Pastor Wallace Alexander of Citadel Of Life Cathe9-ral in Plant City. Pastor Gloriece Alexander served as Mistress of Ceremony. Master Wilbur Cooper extended a warm welcome to the guests. Evangelist Ella Rollison Salter led the congregation in uplifting and inspirational songs of praise and worship. Other program participants were Pamela Cooper and Missionary Wilma. Phenistor. Some of their former and current members shared special memories during the service. (Photos by The Honorees were Elder Thomas Faison, Jr. and Mother Margaret Faison. Sister Pamela Cboper rendered the presentation to the Honorees. Brother Sammie Moore shared words about the leadership qualities of the Honorees. .. t .. ; \ 1 fl Brother Curtis Logan gave words of recognition and encouragement to the Honorees. Elder Thomas Faison, Jr., is shown with Pastor Wallace Alexander, keynote speaker and longtinie friend. ., :!! c 0 0 d tD m m ::D 1\) <0 1\) 0 ...... 0 Missionary Wilma Pheitistor and her granddaugJtter enjoyed the worship service. 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For Your Into, a) "' a: w m (.) 0 >"' Should The Government Be fE Allowed To Use Computer Software To Identify Future Criminals? Q LL Q z < Q en w :::l t-> a: w > w Q w J: en :::i m :::l a. z i= w ..J ..J :::l m ..J w z j:: z w en < o 0 ..J LL In I (C ,.... Richard Berk, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, thinks so. Berk's software examines a person's criminal record to their geographic lo cation, the age at which the prior crimes were committed, as well as the type of crime. His software is already being used in Baltimore and Philadelphia to help probation officers determine what level of probation is appropriate for convicted criminals In the future, law enforce ment may seek to use the soft ware to influence courts when asking for a particular sen tence of bail amounts. Is this right? Depends on who you ask. Victim rights advocates would most likely say that they are in favor of anything that has a reasonable chance of reducing future crime. As criminal defense attor neys, we believe that using computer software as the basis for predicting the future is problematic and should not be used by the courts or the government. Similar to lie de tector results not being admis sible in court this software should not be used in court to predict the future -an inher ently impossible task. A person has a constitu tional right to bail and a right to a fair sentence. For an imper sonal, fortune teller like piece of machinery to affect in any way such important individual rights appears to be another attempt to slowly erode the individual rights that formed the basis of our country. This is 2010. Not 1984. Criminal Defense Attorneys Mark J. O'Brien, Es quire and T. Federico Bower, Esquire, are both former Miami prosecutors, handle exclusively federal and state criminal defense cases. They invite your criminal law questions by submitting an online inquiry on their website at www.obrien bower.-com or contacting them at 511 W. Bay St. #330, Tampa, FL 33606 (813-250-3533). All questions will be an swered and those questions relevant to most people will be featured in an upcoming newspaper article. PUBLIC NOTICE The.2010 Hillsborough County tax roll has been delivered til the Tax. Collector by the Property Appraiser of 2010 Ad Valorem Taxes and Non-Ad Valorem Asseaments begins on November 1, 2010 Schedule of Discounts Allowed 4% In November 2010 3% I n December 2010 2% In January 2011 t% In February 2011 Oled: Doug Belden, Tax Collector PO Box 172920 Tampa, Florida 336n-o920 PaymentS may also be made at the following Tax Collector locations: Brandon 2211 N. Falkenburg Rd. North of WindhorSt _Rd. North Tampa 9309 N Florida Ave, Ste.lll Aorlland Park South County 3002 College Ave. Sun Point ShOpping Or. Downtown 601 E. Kennedy Bfvd.,14th Fkior County Center Plant my 1834 J.L Redman Pkwy. Strawberry Plaza West County 6283 W. Waters Ave. Waters Crossing Shopping Center Or1 Business Hours: Monday -Friday 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. 813.635.5200 www.hlllstax.org Pay with a Credit card -subject to a 2.596 fee Visit us online at www.hillstax.org Is A Reverse Mortgage For You! A reverse mortgage is a FHA insured loan that can be used by senior homeowners age 62 and older. The reverse mortgage is used to convert the equity in their home into monthly streams of income and/or a line of credit to be repaid when Positioned To Win: 'A Fourth Quarter Comeback' "Real winners in life are the people who look at every situation with an expecta tion that they can make it work or make it better." -Barbara We are approaching the end of the first month of the fast quarter of the year. Today, I want to give you a pep talk. Some of you may be in the preseason, regular season or Ask Deanna! Is an advice column known for its fearless approach to realitybased subjects! Dear Deanna! I'm having huge arguments with my girlfriend because she can't seem to get enough of her friends. We have a social life that's active considering our jobs and lifestyle. All of a sudden she wants to go out three nights a week and she's hanging post season in your personal, professional, business or min istry game of fife and are faced with some situations that seem insurmountable. People closest to you are sit ting quietly in the stands, ob serving, shaking their heads, thinking there is no way you can win. There is no way you can come out of this. Even you, yourself can't see how you're going to pull this off . Let me be your "head" out on work nights. The only time I see her is when she's on the phone making more plans or leaving the house. How do I ask her to choose me or her friends and her new party life? 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Now fet's go make it happen. For more personal empow erment connect with me on facebook. friends. You should offer to join her when she goes out and if she says no, then be prepared to have a conver sation. Be direct and ask her why she has the need to b e so active, what can you do to improve your social life and be willing to make personal changes. However if her honesty h urts your feelings don'ttake it personal but use the feedback to improve your situation. Ask Deanna is written by Deanna M. Write Ask Deanna! Email: ask-deanna1 @yahoo._ com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211. Web site: www.askdeanna.com .

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' ::tJ c 0 0 d OJ m 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 Maste r has scheduled a public hearing on November 10. 201 0 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 hear i ng 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 C i ty 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 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 t o be based CASE # 10-04051 CASE# 10-1. 1187 CASE# 10-12583 CASE# HUDSON, TAMMY A. MESSIER, THOMAS B. KOLTUNOV, OLEG TIBBY, DAVID & TIBBY KIM K. 2316 W. CHESTNUT ST., 10007 N. ANNETTE AVE., 3915 N. CLEARFIELD AVE 910 W. SITKA ST TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-238 19-46, SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-50 19-49 & 19-50 SONOMA HEIGHTS UNIT 2 SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19 49 SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47 MACFARLANES REV MAP OF MAP OF HAGLE SUBDIVISION & 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 CASE# 10-11243 LOT 3 EAST 60 FT 178727 0000 CASE# 10-13364 1 0 1 758.0000 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 : & 19-50 TAMPA, FL 2505 W HAMILTON AVE., TAMPA, 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 19-49 & 19-50 CARROLL CITY LOT 15 AND E 4FT OF LOT 16 SECTIONS: 19 -46, 19-47 WARREN AND KEYES LOTS 58 AND 59 BLOCK 5 & 19-50 98170 0010 182966 0000 LOT 4 BLOCK 5 GROVE PARK ESTATES -182649.0000 UNIT NO 3 REPLAT CASE # 1 CASE# 10-11747 LOT 11 BLOCK G PATEL, NITESH HUGHES, KELLI R. & CASE# 10-13659 102777 0000 801 E. EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL RUDOLPH, KATY KNIGHT, JON-MICHAEL, & SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-49, 2103 W CLIFTON ST., KNIGHT, SHAUNNA M CASE# 10-16156 19-50 & 19-234 TAMPA, FL 201 W. FLORIBRASKA AVE., SMITH, RICARDO ERNESTO MARIETTA SECTIONS : 19-46 19-47 TAMPA, FL LOT 11 AND THEW 7 FT OF 19-49 & 19-50 SECTIONS: 19 46, 19-47, 19 49 & SMITH, VERONICA HAMNER'S MARJORY B FIRST 3320 W. KATHLEEN ST., LOT 1 0 BLOCK 2 & 19-50 166134.0000 ADDITION TO RENMAH TAMPA, FL LOT 41 BLOCK 4 ADAMS PLACE MAP SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19 50 CASE # 10-08934 104727.0000 LOT 12 BLOCK 3 JOHN H DREW S FIRST 182310 0000 JACKSON, WAYNE CASE# 10-11893 EXTENSION 1907 W. MAIN ST., TAMPA, FL SCHOENEBERG, KENNETH & CASE# 10-14104 LOT 10 BLOCK 47 AND N Y2 SECTIONS : 19-233, 19 234, ROSE CUSACK, JOSEPH M. OF ALLEY ABUTTING ON S 19-238, 19' 46, 19-49 & 1 9-50 712 E. ROBSON ST., EASTBURN, MARTIN K. 109626.0000 MAC FAR LANES REV MAP TAMPA, FL 101 W. EMMA ST., TAMPA, FL OF ADDITIONS TO WEST SECTIONS : 19-46, 19-47, 19-49, SECTION : 19-50 TAMPA 19-50 & 19-233 MEADOWBROOK CASE # 10 18404 LOT 23 AND W 6 FT OF LOT WARNER SUBDIVISION LOT 204 ADVANCED TREE SERVICE 24 BLOCK 17 W Y2 OF LOT 62 AND ALL LOT 165624 0000 LLC NON-OWNER 179008.0000 63 AND S Y2 C/0 LYNN OLCOTT REG AGT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING CASE# 4221 E. RIVER HILLS DR., GASE # 10-10953 ON N CROPPER, ROBERT G. TAMPA, FL MACKEROY, DEBORAH AND 161433.0000 SECTIONS: 13-43 & 13 45 1518 W. PATTERSON ST., RANDOI,..PH L. CASE # 10-12579 TAMPA, FL MONTGOMERY SUBDIVISION 110W. OSBORNE AVE., CARTER, CASSANDRA L. SECTION : 19 46 19 47, LOT 1 AND THAT PART OF LOT TAMPA, FL 30 8 W. WEST ST., & 19-50 2 BEG A WN MOST COR AND SECTION : 19-50 MEADOWBROOK TAMPA, FL WILMA SOUTH RUN SELY 248 36 FT NWLY LOT 10 AND THEN Y2 OF SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 LOTS 73 74 & 75 & N Y2 195-5 FTTO APT ON N & 19-50 CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING BNDRY 67 FT E ON WN COR CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING MILLER JACOB SUBDIVISION ON S N 110FT OF LOT 2 ON S AND W 67 FT TO BEG 165457 0000 182511 0000 101598 0000 148824 0000 IN ACCQRDAf'JCE 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 INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 691119, Spec ial Acts Laws of Florida sealed B i ds will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, i n his office until: 2:30PM ON 11/8/10 CLEANING, INSPECTION AND DISINFECTION OF WELDED STEEL STORAGE TANKS FOR THE WATER DEPARTMENT 2:30PM ON 11/18/10 ILLUMINATED STREET NAME SIGNS then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Pho n e No. 813/274-8351) It is hereby made a part of thi s Invitation to Bid that the submission of. any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same condi tions for the same contract price and for the same effec tive period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 1 0/29/1 0 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Direct9r of Purchasing City ofTampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 0 ..... 0 .... 0 ::!:! en m z :::! z m .... OJ c: .... .... m :::! z "a c: OJ .... c;; ::1: m c m < m -t c: m en c )> a=ll ___ EM ___ PL ___ ovM ___ EN ___ T. Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! Call 813-832-4282 Or E-mail AVONLADYGEORGIA@YAHPO COM Job/Health Fair Hiring 1 ,OOO's Immediately! Verizon Checkers McDonalds And More Friday 10/29/1 0 12:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. MetroPCS Store 22nd & MLK Felons!Teens Welcome FREE Food MetroPCS Giveaways (813) 965-7991 6 G) m ..... ........ I OJ

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0 0 N a) II N a: w m 0 1-0 0 c a: LL c a: I.L c z < c en w 1-> a: w > w c w ::c en ::::i m D.. z i= w _. _. m _. w z i= z w en < c a: 0 _. LL 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 hea 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) 27 4-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respec 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 # 1 0-04688 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 SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-234 % BULENT GUREL REG AGT TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46 & 19-50 EDGEWATER PARK 301 S. 22ND ST., SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 BAYSHORE ESTATES NO. 4 LOT 4 BLOCK 1 TAMPA, FL CHANDLER SUBDIVISION LOT30 199028.0000 LOTS 10 AND 11 AND LOT 12 114283.0000 SECTIONS: 19-49 & 19-50 LESS RD R/W DESC AS BEG CASE # 1 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO AT SW COR AND RUN E 12.5 CASE# 10-15789 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 POWELLS ADDITION 137.5 FT TO BEG BLOCK 1 OAKELLAR LOT 4 BLOCK 11 CASE# 114804.0000 E 60 FT OF LOTS 1 AND 2 175823.0000 AND E 60 FT OF N 9.26 FT MORRIS, MICHAEL CASE# 10-13055 OF LOT 33 BLOCK 6 CASE # 1 o-omg 2011 STUART ST., 127955 0250 BARRETT, JEB E. WILLIAMS, JAMES TAMPA, FL 2909 W. LEILA AVE., 1!111 E. 6TH AVE., SECTIONS: 19-46 & 19-50 CASE # 1 Q-17838 TA!V!PA, FL TAMPA, FL DUTCHER, NATHAN E. EAST TAMPA 2610 E. 12TH AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-233 & 19-234 SECTION: 19-49 CLARKSON BROS LOT 6 BLOCK 58 BROBSTON FENDIG AND CO CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, SUBDIVISION 190994.0000 5-108.4 & 5.105.1 HALF WAY ADDITION NO. 2 MC KNIGHT'S SUBDIVISION W.3 FT OF LOT 3 AND E % LOT 16 BLOCK L LOT? BLOCK 2 OF LOT 4 BLOCK 3 189902.0000 CASE# 10-10840 134700.0000 188765 0000 FRUHMORGEN, CAROLINE H CASE# 10-17840 CASE # 10-08484 4515 S. CLARK AVE., CASE# 10-t3437 EAST WEST TRADING PURNELL, BURCE B. TAMPA, FL DICKSON, DEBORAH LEE PARTNERS LLC C/0 JAMES 4303 TACON ST., LEVIT, THOMAS L. D. SR. SMITH, REG AGENT TAMPA ; FL SECTIONS : 19-50 & 19-233 SECTIONS: 19-47, 19-49 MANHATTAN MANOR NO. 3 204 N. MANHATTAN AVE., 4610 W. LOIS AVE., TAMPA, FL &19-50 TAMPA, FL CODE SECTIONS: LOT 21 BLOCK 3 & 5-105.1 MARYLAND MANOR SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19 50 REVISED PLAT 129886.0000 MANHATTAN SUBDIVISION DREW PARK RE PLAT OF E 2oFT OF LOT 16 AND LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 1 S 67 5 FT OF LOT 21 AND S 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 CASE # 10-08604 MCMILLER, VANESSA CASE# 10-13912 WINIAREK, MICHAL J. CASE# 10-17845 HAMPTON, JOHN JR., 1944 W. ARCH ST., WINIAREK, MARY J. DAVIS, RICHARD NEVIN HAMP.TON BRENDA TAMPA, FL BUILLA-DAVIS MARISOL A. 2317 S.HUBERT AVE., 2217 LINSEY ST., 1/2, 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 & 19-233 BENJAMIN S 2ND ADDITION & 19-56 CODE SECTIONS: 5-104.3, SOUTHLAND TO WEST TAMPA EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 5-1 08.4 & q-1 05.1 N 75 FT OF S 150 FT OF E 1 TO 42 RIVERSIDE NORTH 120FT OF LOT 2 BLOCK 47B E 33 FT OF LOT 11 BLOCK 16 LOTS 4 AND 5 BLOCK 30 LOT 14 BLOCK 25 119142 0000 178176 0000 190837 0000 167068 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 FQXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK II REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Competitive sealed proposals will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened on December 14, 2010 at 2 :30 p. m for : RFP 001-11 Workload and Staffing Analysis Oral Presentations: Three (3) or more of the highest ranked Respondents will be required to make an oral presentation of their proposal. Presentations will be conducted at Brooksville Headquarters on January 13, 2011 (Alternate date January 25, 2011 ) The Request for Proposals may be obtained through the District's Internet website at http://www WaterMatters.org/procurement under V i ew our solicitations on DemandStar'' or "Alternate View of our CurrentSolicitations." Southwest Florida Water Management District, Procurement, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville Florida 34604-6899; Procurement@ WaterMatters org; 352-796-7211, ext. 4132 ; or in Florida: 1-800-423-1476, TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103 Steven M. Long Contracts Manager : REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts Laws of Florida, sealed Request for Proposals for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 12/15/10 ENTERPRISE CONTENT MANAGEMENT (ECM) SYSTEM PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE TO BE HELD @9:30AM ON 11/15/10@ THE TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER, ADMIN. OFFICES, 4TH FL., RM 39, 333 S. FRANKLIN ST., TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Request for Proposals are available at the Purchasing Depar.tment (Phone No 813/274-8351 ). Dated: 10/29/10 Gregory K Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa; FL 33602 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1 921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT

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II Housing Authority of the City of Tampa Contracting & Procurement 'f;lampa Invitation For Bid Professional Security Services-Unarmed Bid No: FY2010-IFB-o4 Date Issued: October 18, 2010 The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa (Authority) will receive sealed bids for qualified firms or individuals interested in providing Security Services at the Mary Bethune Hi-rise. J.L. Young. until 2:00 p.m. (prevailing Tampa Florida time) on Monday, November 8. 2010 in Board Room located on the first floor at 1529 W. Main Street Tampa Florida 33607 at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after this time may not be considered On Tuesday, October 26. 2010. at 2:00p.m. (prevailing Tampa Florida time), the Housing Author i ty of the City of Tampa will conduct a pre-bid conference in Board Room Number located on the first floor at 1529 W. Main Street Tampa Florida 33607 All interested bidders are encouraged to attend the pre-bid conference and the bid opening Bid packages will be available for pick up at this time or you may request a copy from the THA Contracting Office. Persons who require special accommodations should immediately contact the THA Contracting 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 THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF TAMPA Jerome D. Ryans, President/CEO STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE COUNTY OF CHEROKEE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION FILE NO.: 1 0-CVS-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 i'n the above ent j tled action The nature of the relief being sought against you is for monetary damages arising out of allegations of your negligent bperation of a motor vehicle on December 11 2007 in Cherokee County, North Carolina You are required to make a defense to this action within 40 days of October 18. 2010. 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 relief sought against you This the 18th day of October. 2010. Is/CHRISTINE DICKEY 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 LEGAL NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by public outcry as provided by law on Saturday. November 13.2010 at 9:00A.M. if not claimed by the right ful owner thereof. Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auct ion, Inc located at 11720 US Highway 301 North Thonotosassa, Florida . THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by compe t itive bidding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION INC and will be sold to the highest bidder : ABANDONED IMP# YEAR MAKE VIN# DATE 47659 2005 Honda Odyssey 5FNRL38715B069807 8/01/08 12 1999 Ford Explorer 1 FMYU22X3XUC53177 10/09/08 65 1997 Buick Skylark 1 G 4NJ 12M9VC40037 4 11/12/08 381 2000 Pontiac 2dr 1 G2NW12E7YM717913 9/02/09 619 2004 Ford F-150 1FTPX125X4NA46078 12/30/09 659 1988 Chevrolet Astro Van 1 GNDM15Z9JB163794 2/09/10 667 1993 Ford Explorer 1 FMDU34X6PUA29659 2/19 /10 703 1995 Nissan Altima 1N4BU3103SC261159 3/29/10 736 1996 Cheyrolet Cavalier 1G1JC1247TM116027 6/25/10 741 1985 Oldsmobile 1 G3GM69YOFR320325 5/13/10 744 1994 Saturn 1 G8ZH5592RZ225818 5/15/10 747 2000 Chrysler Sebring 3C3EL55H1YT256742 5/17/1 o 798 2000 Daewoo Lanos KLATB2264YB553200 '7/02/1 0 804 1995 lsuzu Rodeo 4 S2CK58V4S4365687 7/07/10 806 2004 Chevrolet 1 GNEC13Z44R136282 7/07/10 The H i llsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction Inc., reserves the right to remove any vehicle from the auction at any time and to rej ect any or all bids. Vehicles w ill be sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVE N ANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE PART OF THE H I LLS60ROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY/TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC Vehicles w ill be on display from 7 : 30 A.M. to 9 :00A.M. on the day of sale. Questions concerning the sale may be address .ed to Lori Lowenthal at 813/870 7855 no later than 2 : 00 P M on Friday November 12. 2010 or the Tampa Machinery Auction at 813/986 2485 on November 12. 2010 before 5 :00 P.M. II Notices will be posted at the Tampa Interna t ional Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located 4812 W. South Avenue Tampa, Florida and i n the Administrative Office lobby areas on the third floor. of the Main Terminal and second floor of the Service Building at Tampa International A i rport 4160 : George J. Bean Parkway Suite 2400, Service Bldg. 2nd Floor Red Side, Tampa FL 33607. "'T1 :::D c }< 0 (") -4 0 m m :c 1\) jD 1\) 0 """' 0 "'T1 r-0 :::D CJ) m z :::i z m r-m c: r rm :::i z "tl c: m !: CJ) ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c Work From Home No Selling No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 Work Online Emailing Others To Qualify : You Must Have A Phone Computer Email Internet Website Apply Today And Start Novembe r 1 201 0 Call For More Info (813) 389-0852 Intervention Educators (2) Full-Time Hillsborough & Pinellas Apply At www.metrotampabay.org Mental Health/Substance Abuse Therapist Masters And Florida License Required. See www.metrotampabay.org For Details For Your onvenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Acc_epts 0'--.::,. .... '"" D E B I T r VIsa, IVIast e "Card Arraerlcan Express And Debi t Cards Pa ant VIa Phone """' (0 I m

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Scenes From The Rallv In The Park Hundreds from the community gathered at the Belmont Heights Little League Park on Saturday, October 23, 2010. After listening to many of the candidates, many from the group walked to the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Library, formerly (College Hill Branch Library) for early voting. (Photos lly Julia Jackson) Poll workers in the library waiting on the workers included Ms. Janice Nunn Nelson and Jackie James. Deltas with mayoral candidate, Bob Buckhorn, center, are: Tiffany Talley, Natalie Powell, Christy Taylor and Mercedes Carr. Becaus. e they want to hold on to 11Weaust vote 1M on --.3&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. '' -Adora Obi Nweze, FL NAACP President Among those gathered in the park were: Dianne Hart, State Senator Arthenia Joyner,.Congresswoman Kathy Castor, gubernatorial candidate, Alex Sink; State Rep. Bettye Reed, Attorney General candidate, Dan Gelber and Rev. Willie Dixon. Left to right: Les and City Councilwoman Gwen Miller, Willie Robinson, Tracy Judge, Jetie Wilds, Jr. and Linda Price. The Florida NAACP supports a YES vote on Amendments 5 & 6. fei'S Tate the Pfllilit:S IIUI II BltliSitit:lilll pd.pol.adv. Paid f'or by FairDistrictsFlorida.org, 2665 South Baysbore Drive, Suite M-1 03, Miami, FL-33 13 3

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c; Local a) C'll a: w m 0 I(.) USF Presents Original Dance/Theatre Pqrlormance The Heart Remembers: The women And Children Of Darfur' 0 > Th e U niv e r s it y of South <( Flo rid a S c hool o f Th eatre & c a: LL D a nce pr ese nt s an origin a l dance/the atre performanc e cr ea t e d b y two of its f ac ulty: Th e atre Profes sor Fanni Green and Jeanne Travers, Profe s sor of Dance. What the Heart Remembers: The Women and ChildJ(m of Darfw will perform Nov. 16-20 at 8pm, and Nov. 20 and 21 at 3 pm, in Theatre 2. Advance tickets and group rates are available. For information, call the College of The Arts box of fice at 813-974-2323, or visit online at http: //www.arts. usf.edu/. While on a 2007 fact-finding mission to eastern Chad, human rights group Waging Peace researcher Anna Schmitt interviewed Darfuri refugee women and children about the brutal attacks on their villages by Sudanese gave ernment-sanctioned JanfE jaweed militias. She gave the c children, aged 6 to 18, paper Z and pencils and asked them to w c w :::i m ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m BRITIANY SMITH dence of crimes committed in Darfur. A selection of these drawings was exhibited at the USF Tampa Library in January of 2009. The original soo draw ings comprise a collection to be donated by Waging Peace to the USF Libraries fiolocaust & Genocide Studies Center upon completion of exhibitions worldwide. Rebecca Tinsley, founder of Waging Peace a11d Network for Africa, appeared as the USF Libraries Holocaust & Gena. cid e Studi e s C e nt e r 's 2009 Lecture S eries in a ugur a l sp e ak e r a visit th a t inspir e d th e cr e ation of What the Heart Remembers: The Women and Children of Darfur. USF professors Travers and Green have collaborated on this original dance/theatre piece, which attempts to con vey the experiences of the women and children in the refugee camps Travers' fluid choreography and Green's poetic script are brought to life by two dozen student actors and dancers, with much of the music afforded by an onstage combo of drums, flute and vo cals. Following each of the per formances will be a sympo sium, each featuring a different speaker and by a re ception Tinsley will appear after the Nov. 19 showing, and the other symposia will include a variety of USF and Tampa area Africa and genocide schol ars, as well as performance cre ators Green and Travers. Mogtaba Mokhtar, one of the Lost Boys" of Sudan and a USF alumnus, will speak fol lowing the opening night per formance on Nov. 16. The cast of 'What the Heart Remembers: The Women and Children Of Darfur.'

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Students lead State As Top ladies Of Distinction, Inc. o (') Achievement Semifinalists Inducts New Members g BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Fourteen Hillsborough County Public Schools students are semifinalists in the 2011 Na tional Achievement Program an honor that places them among the most academically talented African American stu dents in the nation. With 14 semifinalists Hillsbo rough County Public Schools most of any school dis trict.in the state. -The semi-finaiists repre senting King High School, which led the way with 8 semi finalists are: Reed Blair, Alexis Chen-y, Dorie Cross, Jessica Glicksberg, Michael Gwede, Alyssa Lowder, Alexander Morgan, and Aerial Petty. King High School tied with Stanton College Prep School in Duval County for the most semi-finalists. :Nicholas Mills and Ashira Pelt attend Hillsbo rough High School. Others are Fred. Clark of Plant High School; Shakkaura Kemet, of Robinson High School; Donovan Ellis of Sickles High School; and Brianna Thomas of Spoto High School. Stephen Hegarty, spokesperson for the Hillsbo rough County School District said, "Six of the semifinalists are male, which is significant given the Council of the Great City Schools town hall meeting on Black male achievement." The town hall meeting in troduced a study the Council conducted, "A Call for Change: the Social and Educational Factors Contributing to the Outcomes of Black Males in Urban Schools." Semifinalists are chosen based on results from the 2010 Preliminary SAT /National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT /NMSQT). The semifinalists will com pete for college scholarships. The names of the scholarship winners will be released in April. Hillsborough County Public Schools also led the state in the number ofNational Merit semi finalists this year. The district had 14 National Achievement semifinalists last year and 12 in 2009. The Top Ladies ofDistfuction, Inc., Tampa BayjWest CentralFlorida Chapter, in-, ducted new members at the Area IV Cluster on October 2, 2010. Seated left to Lady Betty Goins, National Financial Secretary; Lady Opal Morris, President, CocoaBrevard Chapter; Lady Barbara B. Travis, Natiomil Director; Lady Dawnette Frazer-Woods, President, Tampa Bay jW est Central Florida Chapter; and Lady Naomi Nesbitt, President, Petersburg Chapler. Standing: Lady Antonia Barber, Lady Carol Watson-Edge, Lady Bertha M. Kemp, Lady Luvator Nelson and Lady Marva L Scott. v -ote Nov m J:J 1\) <0 1\) 0 ...... 0 r 0 c )> en m z ::! z m r-m c: rrm ::!. z 'tJ c: m r-c;; :I: m c m < m J:J -< c: m )> z c c

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en N a: w co () 0 Nominations For State Fair Wall 01 Fame Deadline Nears Citizens Should Beware Of Check Scam c a: LL BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Florida State Fair Authority is currently accepting nominations for the Second Annual Wall Of Fame Recognition Ceremony. The deadline to submit nominees is November 1st. Individuals submitted for consideration must be outstanding African American and Hispanic individuals. The nominees can be living or deceased, who exemplify or who have exemplified a commitment to excellence and who have enhanced the heritage of the city, county or state. The nominees can be representatives of the public or private sector. >-Dr. Samuel Wright, Sr., member of the African ii: American Advisory LL Committee of the Florida C State Fair Authority, said, "This is a great way to recognize living legends who have contributed greatly to their communities. It is also a wonW derful way to memorialize the significant contributions of ft those who are worthy of this w nomination as we have done > last year with the nominaW c w :::z::: (/) :J co :::1 D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::1 co DR. SAM WRIGHT, SR: Member African American Committee, Florida State Fair Authority tions of the late Ms. Felecia Wintons Taylor, the late Mr. C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., and the late Rev. A. Leon Lowry, Sr.," Dr. Wright said. Members of the African American and Hispanic Advisory Committees of the Florida State Fair Authority will make the final decisions on the nominations. They will review all submissions and select up to five nominees for each group. Individuals submitting nominations must include their complete contact infor mation. Nominations submit ted by email, U.S. Mail, or by fax, and post marked by November 1, 2010, will be accepted. Beginning on November 15th through December 15th, members of the public will have an opportunity to vote online for the candidate of their choice. The public can vote once from the nominee list for each minority group. The final announcement and awards presentation will take place on Opening Day, February 10, 2011, of the 2011 Florida State Fair. The honorees and their immediate family members (if the nominee is deceased) will be invited to an Opening Day Ceremony at the Florida State Fair. This year marks the 107th Annual Florida State Fair, which ends on Monday, February 21st. Other individuals honored last year included Ms. Matilda Garcia, Richard Gonzmart and former Florida Governor Bob Martinez. Applications can be downloaded from the website at www.floridastatefair.com, or by calling (813) 627-4314 to request the form be sent by mail, email, or fax. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Ms. Glory Tiller got a letter in the mail October 21st from First Choice Shoppers and Marketing Services. Also enclosed with the letter was a check for $3,965 that was conveniently drawn on the same bank she does busi ness with. "I am aware of various scams going around, so I never intended on cashing the check. But, I did want to know more about what was going on." Ms. Tiller said when she called the phone numbers at the top of the letter, she was assured everything was legal, and to follow the instructions in the letter. According to the letter, Ms. Tiller was to spend -$200 for training pay and expenses, $100 for purchases from J. C. Penny, and $10o for purchases from Wal-Mart. It also indicated a service charge of $150. "What raised my curiosity was the letter said I was to refund the balance of $3,415 via Western Union and it would be given to the next secret shopper." The Hillsborough County FOR A NEW START Consumer Protection Agency said these scams are not unusual "They're hoping you will deposit the check and wire the funds as they request," said Investigator Kevin Jackson. "Once you've wired the funds, what usually happens is your bank notifies you that the check is bad, and you're stuck with covering the funds." Jackson said it's the old saying that whenever some thing sounds too good to be true, there usually is some thing wrong with it. "As consumers, people must be careful about these scams, and before you cash a check, give out your personal infor mation, or tamper with your bank account, ask questions first and make sure everything is legitimate." Calls were made to a 34 7 area code number (New York), and a toll-free number of First Choice Shoppers and Marketing Services. They were answered by a prerecorded message that asks for: your name and a number where you can be reached. No return calls were received from either number. Ready to ellver r b &.. o . t ... t . s . ppor un : 1 1es Youi vote on Noveltlb0:r 2 will deter-.lne whether Florida beeo:mes a st
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Celebrations Birthdav Partv For Fredricka It was birthday time for Fredricka Roberts as she and a host of friends gathered at the Ybor Club to celebrate. (Photos By Julia Jackson) Trina Daye was ready to party at her friend's birthday celebration. Sal Thomas was in the house to help Fredricka celebrate her birthday. D A N LeRoy Mayes posed for this photo during the birthday party for Fredricka. Birthdav Partv At The Blues ShiP Tosha Lindell selected the Blues Ship in Ybor City as the site for h e r birthday party re cent l y Many fri e nds joined her in the celebr a tion and left her with l a sting m e mories (Photos By Julia Jackson) Morris Hills had a great time helping Tosha celebrate her birthday. "Ty" made sure he was in the house to help Tosha celebrate. Tosha Lindell (left) at the Blues Ship with friends cele-brating her birthday. Shelly Lewis came out to show Tosha love on her birthday. Lil' Richard showed up at Tosha's birthday party. A record to prove it An.Attorney General committed to enforcement Dan Gelber has prosecuted those who violated anti-discrimination law.s. He's gone after drug dealers and white collar criminals with the same determinatio n . because it was the right thing to do. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL ., c: ttl r c;; :::1: m c m < m ::0 < -1 c: m (/) c )> z c ., ::0 c

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Communitv, Political Activist Encourages African Americans To Vote Local Contractor Attends Reception For Jennife r Carroll Curtoom CEO, Paul Curtis, and State Representative Jennifer Carrol]. Veteran owned Business Task Force and American Legion Small Business Advisory Council. Gubernatorial candidate, Alex Sink and Gerald L. White, Sr. Local GOP organizer s rolled out the red carpet at a candidate feast recently for featured guest speaker, State Representative Jennifer Carroll, Republican, District 13. Carroll is the first Black woman elected to the Florida Legislature as a Republican and to be nominated for the office of Lt. Governor in Florida's history. The event was held at the Pepin Ho.spitality Centre in the East Lake area. Curtis has been a resident of Riverview for more than 20 years BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer >-Community and Political 0: Activist, Gerald L. White, LL. Sr., wants to encourage all African Americans to take a w c w :::z:: -en :J m ::::l a. z i= w ...J ...J ::::l m * "I believe the Black vote will be the margin of victory for gubernatorial candidate, Alex Sink." White warns voters to not fall victim to all the negative media coverage surrounding the November 2nd elections, and to listen to each candidate carefully before they vote. "There are important amendments and referendums that will appear on the * * ballot that also need to be looked at closely "I would like to see a huge voter turnout in all the African American precincts, although local elections have been known to have low voter turnout. This is very critical, and could lay the foundation for the March, 2011 elections and later the reelection efforts of President Obama." * Barack * Paul Curtis, President and CEO of Curtoom Companies, was on hand for the event. Curtis is Vice-Chairman of the Florida Affordable Housing Commission, appointee to the U. S. House * "Jennifer has come a long way since I worked in her first campaign in 2003," said Curtis. "Jennifer Carroll is now recognized as an incumbent with a huge following and an intense advocate fq_ r the peo ple wherever she goes. In a close election she may be a tie-breaking asset. I would not be surprised if she one day fills the top half of this ticket. * MY PLE D GE TO THE VOTERS : -liAs your County Commissioner from District 3, I will work and work to do your will, to voice your concerns, and to provide the proven leadership that you desire and need. I will continue to fight for what is in the best interest of all of those whom I will represent. I will never let you down, and you will always be able to count on me. This I pledge to you, the voters!" Lesley "Les" Miller ) 6 t,. & t + + ". 1 .t 1 .. oi ,t ." .. j' i ' I ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' ,. ' ' ' t

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"T1 Local Cotillion Celebrates Its 501h Anniversarv B Y IRIS B. HOLTON Sentin e l City Editor Several yea r s ago, Mrs. Marie Sheehy a nd th e L a S a n s Souci Bridge Club, c r e a t e d a n o rga nization t o intr o duce youn g l adie s to soc i ety. The o rganiza ti o n was known as th e Juni o r Cotillion a nd drew parti cipa n ts from the th e n seg. r ega ted hi g h s chools in Hills borough County Since its inception in 1961, the Junior Cotillion has served as a launching pad into society. The e v ent was held in high es teem as teenagers from Mid dleton High School and Don Thompson/Blake High School were presented to society. As the end of segregation ap proached, the organization in cluded other schools in and around th e Tampa Bay area The program has since been renamed the Tampa Cotillion Debutante Organiza tion and operates under the guidance ofMs. Mary Telfair Cooper, who was a Junior Cotillion member in 1963. In keeping with the tradi tion, Ms. Cooper will invite teenagers to participate in the event once again. Three updates for regi s tration MS. MARY TELFAIR COOPER have been established Applications for the Junior Cotillion/Tampa Cotillion Debutante Organization will be accepted on Saturday, October 30th, beginning at 2 p.m., at the Embassy Suites Hotel, USF, 3705 Spectrum Boulevard. Members will be on hand at the West Tanipa Branch Library on November 6th, at 1 p.m to accept applications. The final registration date will take place on Saturday November 13th at the West Tampa Branch Li-brary. Parents and students will have an opportunity to speak with a representative during regi stra tion a s r eq uir e m e nt s and applic a ti o n s will b e available Memb e r s of th e organ i zat i o n a r e a lso makin g pla n s for th e ir upcomin g 50111 Ann iversary C e l e br a tion. They a r e aski n g all p articipants fro m 1961 t o th e p rese nt day t o regi st e r Membe rs o f the Exec utive Committ ee are: Ms. Carolyn Plummer-Riley, Mrs. Helen Neal-Ali, Dr. George Foxx, {Tax D o ctor, In c .), Attorney Norman Harris, Dr. Alexander Harris; Mrs. Sherrie Collins, and Ms. Tricia Smith, of Region s Bank. The goal of the committee is to continue the Legacy of Character Education, Commu nity Service, and Scholarship to youth ages 10 to 18 years of age. Students will be encouraged to focus on Choreographed Min uets, Distinguished Debutante and Magnificent Escort Pre sentations, Higher Education, Career and Life Management Skills Workshops and more. For more information, con tact Ms. Mary Cooper at (813) 389-5196; or Mrs. Sherrie Collins at (386) 2906836. Questions may also be emailed to t cotillion@ya hoo.com. USF Black Facultv And Stan Association Hosts Welcome Breakfast 0 0 -t 0 OJ m :::0 1\) <0 1\) 0 ..... 0 Dr. Judy Genshaft, Beatrice Walker, Gwen Hills, and Fanni Green at the Black Faculty and Staff Welcome Breakfast. The University of South Florida Black Faculty and Staff Association presented Communicate, Commit, Connect!" Annual Welcome Breakfast in the TECO Room of the USF College of Educa tion. Fan.ni Green of the College of Arts is the Interim President. The musical prelude opened the program with James Davis (saxophon ist), Howard Brewer (pi anist), and Perry Sylvain '(drummer). Kevin Banks and Brenda L. Walker were moderators. The invo ca t ion was offere d b y Minis-ter Gary Lemons, followed by the welcome and occasion by LaDessa Mitchell. After breakfast, University salutations were offered by Dr. Judy Genshaft, Presi dent USF. Council of Deans "T1 presented by Dr. Ralph 5 Wilcox, Provost, USF. :!! The Longevity Awards were C )> presented by Brenda Clark en to Gwendolyn Hills' (28 m years), Enrollment Manage-ment Assistant; and Beat-z rice Walker (40 years), Library Specialist. The clos-OJ ing remarks were given by ? Fanni Green. (Photos by r-m Lomax Mcintyre) :::! z

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0 ..-0 N (j) N a: w Ill 0 {) 0 0 a: LL. 0 a: LL c z <( c CJ) w ::J > a: w > w c w ::I: CJ) ...J Ill ::J a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J Ill ...J w z i= z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ...J LL. {) I co w l!l YOU HAVE A REAL CHOICE COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 5-Countywide Vote for Jim Hosler Jim Hosler is NP A -No Party Affiliation because he is an independent. Jim has worked in your area. ... East Tampa ... West Tampa ... Palm River .. Clairmel ... Progress Village ... Wimauma ... Lincoln and Madison Park HoslerforHillsborough.com -Job Creation Now!! Polillcaladvtrlioo-.,-.d a11d pold for by Jl Hollor, c .. dldtlt for Couty C.. ....... District 5 (NPA) Candidate for State Representative In District 57 Po litical Advert is ement Paid For And Approved By Stacy Frank, Democrat For State Repr esentative District 57 For Hillsborough County Commission, District 2 www. VoteVictorCrist.com ... Crist is a good fit for local office. As a State Legislator, he focused on the struggling neighborhoods ... He also is ... accessible, open, hard-working and committed to constituent service." St. Petersburg Times, July 25, 2010 "Crist will do what's best for the whole comm unity" --Florida Sentinel Bulletin August 20, 2010 pc:ic}-"'?n.d Republican For Hiflsb<:;_roogh CouJ'lly Distrid 2 Local 2nd Annual Fashion Show oners 'The Essence 01 True. Beautv' BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The 2nd Annual "Miss Big, Bold & Beautiful Presentation and Fashion Show" will take place on Sat urday, November 2oth, at the Embassy Suites Hotel, 3705 N Spectrum Blvd. The event will begin at 5 p.m. Ms. Sherrie K. Collins, of Pageants by Sherrie K, will serve as the host Registration for the fashion show will take place Saturday, October 30th, beginning at 12 noon, and Sunday, October 31st, beginning at 3 p.m., at the Holiday Inn, 2807 East Busch Blvd. Ms. Sherrie Collins, Pageant Director and Founder said, "We are encouraging full figured women to participate in this exciting event. We believe that divas come in all sizes and every woman wants to look her best. Men are also invited to participate in this exciting event." Choreographer and Model, Gerald Lee, will serve as the Director and promises the event will be anything but, a MS. SHERRIE K. COLLINS Pageant Director and Founder typical fashion show. DJ lAM of Tampa Bay will provide the music for the evening as Mrs. Carolyn Plummer-Riley commentates on the various fashions. The judges for the evening are Dr. George Foxx, noted author and business owner, and Mrs. Helen Neal-Ali, Counselor and author. The models participating in the fashion show will vie for a cash prize of $250 as well as other prizes. They will also have an opportunity to start a .. GERALD LEE Model and Choreographer professional portfolio for future modeling endeavors. The Full-Figured Models will be judged on their uncanny ability to work the runway in Diva Style! Several agencies and or ganizations from throughout the bay area have been inVited to attend. For additional information contact Ms. Sherrie K. Collins at (386) 290-6836 or send an email to missbigbold beautiful@yahoo.com. Mike Pre Running for to Create-!P -. ...... ,. Permanently extend the 200 I and 2001 Tax Cuts Reduce federal spending-

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Local 31 Breast Cancer Survivor Encourages Others Who Must Take The 'Journev' !< 0 () a Ill m :::0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, October 2nd, members of Sisters Net work Tampa Bay, held their Fifth Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Gift For Life Block Walk. The event took place at the Covenant Bap tist Church, and participants walked through various neighborhoods providing in formation on the illness and the importance of testing. Ms. Sonia Franklin, President of Sisters Network Tampa Bay, Inc., said the walk was held in October be cause it is "National Breast Cancer Awareness Month." Ms. Bobbie J. Banks, Vice President of Sisters Network Tampa Bay, Inc., served as the Walk Chair person. She is a Breast Can cer survivor, who was diagnosed in January 2009. "Cancer is in my family history, my sister was diag n.osed with Breast Cancer in 2008, and my mother had Breast Cancer, Ovarian Can-Shown in the photograph are Ms. Wanda Miguenes, Walk Co-Chairperson, Tampa Police Officer Mike Quill, and Ms. Bobbie J. Banks, Walk Chairperson. cer, and Cancer of the spine when she passed away on November 25, 2000." "On February 25, 2009 I began my fight with surgery and 37 treatments of radia tion, which caused skin burns. After healing, I attended a breakfast with SIS TAHS of Tampa Bay and that's when I learned about Sisters Network of rampa Bay. About a month later my three sisters and I attended one of Sisters Network monthly meetings and with the information given, we decided that Sisters Net work was for us." Ms. Banks said that ex perience of attending the meeting was one of the best things she could have done because she needed that 1\) support. She said that as a survivor, she wants to en-courage people who have c; been diagnosed with cancer. "It has been rough, but I thank God that I am still here and that I can help oth ers who have cancer and share ni.y experiences with them. I will always remember to look at the positive rather than the negative be cause battling Cancer has its own challenges." "No matter how loving or supportive your family, friends, and medical teams are, they don't understand what you are feeling quite like those who have experi enced your situation." Now that she has com-., pleted the journey, she 6 hopes to serve as a sup-:::0 porter for others who must g travel the same path in the 0 fight against Breast Cancer. m For more information about the organization, con-z tact Ms. -Franklin or Ms. p! Banks at Sisters Network m Tampa Bay at www.sistersnetworktampabay.org. c: r r-!!I z "'D c: Ill r-u; :::t m c m < m :::0 < -t c: m CJ) c )> z c ., :!:! c

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Ufe Fridav Night's At The Blue Shark (.) 0 If you re lookin g for a laid back atmosphere, th e Blue Shark is the place to be for Friday Night Jazz with Shawn Brown. (Photos By Julia Jackson) "Ms. Q" jamming to the sounds of Shawn Brown's band. Vote the 196 Sales Smtax on Transportation Rall or Schools? Rail or Emergency Services? Rall. or Roads? Lawrence and Bobby enjoying the jazz jam. Cristy and Terrell mellow out at the Blue Shark. : .,. '. ,. Endorsed By: Classroom Teacliers ASsociatitin (CTA) e Hillsborough School Employees Federation (HSEF) The Tami?.ll Tribu .ne" . .. Griffin : s energy, determinat ion O f INTEGRITY HARDWORKING HONEST .ASKS THE TOUGH QUESTIONS Tammy is all smiles at the Blue Shark. Ms. Iris was the house for the jazz jam; Mr. Blue Shark, George Wilds, owner. .. The WJice of Our Conlmuniry Speaking for Itself" (8'13) 248-1921.

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Local -J ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------u Athlete Excels In Class And on Field BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor High school athletes with aspirations of becoming a professional realize that excelling on the field is not enough. They know that they must also maintain passing grades. Standing 6 feet, 3 inches, Fred Porter is a senior at Lennard High School. He is the quarterback for the school's football team and currently holds the record as second leading rusher with 271 yards and four touchdowns at his school. He has also passed for 197 yards and one touchdown. Porter applies the same determination on the field to his classroom studies. Porter currently has a weighted grade point aver age of5.03. He also scored a 1500 on his SAT and a 25 on the ACT examination. Additionally, the young man is taking advanced placement courses that include calcul us, litera ture, and physics. FRED PORTER ... Excels in the classroom and on the football field He is the son Fred and Sabrina Porter. Porter is a member of Men of Vision on the Lennard campus and is cur rently deciding which college he will attend after graduation. Rory Beauford, sponsor of the Men of Vision Chapter and Assistant Principal said, "He is a true young man with a vision. Fred breaks the stereotype that our young can only per form on the field." Some of the schools the young athlete is considering include Brown University, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth College, and Harvard University. He has also visited some other col lege campuses. However, the young man is also taking the academic program of the schools into consideration before he decides. In addition to carrying a taxing class schedule and playing football, Porter finds time to dedicate to community service. RICK SCOTT and JENNIFER CARROLL Have a Plan to Turn Florida Around. * CREATING JOBS REDUCING TAXES IMPROVING HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION RATES Local Businessman Makes Appeal To 'Stop The Hate' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Willie Hood has been very active in the community. He's served as a clergy-in-training, and now he's an entrepreneur. Mr. Hood said he's grown weary and tired of all the hate going around, especially against President Barack Obama. "I think President Obama is the man for an honest, loyal, godly and humane creative world everywhere." "Even Jesus Christ sat down with the sinners. President Obama is on the right track to bring about human order to the world everywhere." Mr. Hood wants people to remember how the self-right eous Jews of Biblical times hated Jesus, because when He, the Messiah, came to Rome, the self-proclaimed Jews wanted the Romans destroyed, but Jesus didn't "He sat down with them to bring human relationships between them." WILUEHOOD "I think the Republican Party is just as the self-right eous group of old. They are malicious, confederate, selfish, and want no change. They strive to hold this nation and the world under confed erate rule," Hood said President Obama respects mankind everywhere and believes the truth of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all, not just one nation of people. "Remember, America, rela tionships, liberty and understanding makes a greater world everywhere." '. : ..... 0 (') j 0 OJ m ::0 1\) (0 "T1 r-0 :0 (/) m z ::::! z m r-m ,.= I I ill' ::::! z -c c: OJ c (/) :I: m c m < m :0 -< -4 c: m (/) c )> z c "T1 :0 c G) m ...... ...... I (')

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a: w m Secret Societv Presents prenv In Pink' 0 The Secret Society present-a ed a Breast Cancer Awareness Month fundraiser on Sunday 0 afternoon, October 17, 2010 a: at Big John's Alabama Bar-B-u. Q The event was entitled "Pretty In Pink; Fight Like A Girl. The Secret Society is an event planning and networking company developed to bring the Tampa Bay Socialites together on com-II"JJIIII!:lO!I c a: u. c z <( c en w ::> 1-> .....__---'-----" monground. Members of the Secret Society Team are: April Cobb, Kia Holder, Paula Stevens-Jones and In etta Bunn. Proceeds from the fundraiser went to the American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation. (Photos by Frederick's Photography) ffi Greg Currington, breast cancer survivor, Lucille Franklin, > and Phyllis Niles. w Shaun Vickers was one of the vendor participants. John Green handled security for the event. These ladies with members of the Secret Society are: Wendy Creamer Zintel (ovarian cancer survivor), Lucille Franklin, Kathenell Griffin (breast cancer survivor), Nancy Nethery (American Cancer Society representative) and Sonia Franklin of the Sisters organization. Alicia Nelson and her mother, Beverly Mosley. Damon Chalk and his niece, Jazz. c w ::r: en ::::i m ::> a. Our Community, Our Time! z j::: w ..J ..J ::> m ..J w z j::: z w en <( c a: 0 ..J u. (.) I C\1 .,... Making A Difference Today! Creating Jobs Good Jo ENDORSED BY: NAACP FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN EAST TAMPA BUSINESS AND CIVIC ASSOCIATION And BLACK BUSINESS INVESTMEN"( CORP. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Builds a modern transportation system in Hillsborough County More frequent and better hours of bus service with 24 hours on some routes Over $700 milli.on in road 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 them grow, expand and prosper JOBS will be created for the building of the system and JOBS will be produced by the effects of the system 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 PLANT CITY #206