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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area u es s or e o ave roo e eens c Q -a: Q ...I u.. SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 66 NO. 22 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2010 48 PAGES 75e Group President Responds T o Allegations SEE PAGE 7-A Police Killer's Informant Paid $80,000 SEE PAGE 23-A Man Posing As Youth Sentenced To Mental Checks SEE PAGE 23-A , INDIVIDUALS, ORGANIZATIONS HONORED THROUGH NEIGHBORHOOD EXCELLENCE INITIATIVE' The red carpet was rolled out on Wednesday at the Tampa Theatre for the Tampa award recipients of the Neighborhood Excellence Initiative. Bank of America announced that nearly $1 million in funding would be distributed in Tampa Bay through the initiative. In Tampa, the funding will address crit ical socioeconomic issues including poverty social justice and education. A total of 24 non-profit organizations, community leaders and high school leaders were honored in Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties. One of the Volunteer Service Awardees was Darlene Johnson center . She participates and volunteers for several events and is a service volunteer for other com munity organizations. Shown with Darlene are: Tonya Holder Reggie Sandi lands Velda Henderson and Lenwood Williams. (Photography by BRUNSON) N'T FORGET TO S . ,l. CLOCK BACK AN H ";;,,-,;;:;..........,......, """"--unday, Novem

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() o Features N u; a: w m :E w > 0 z > Dowridge was introduced to Howard the football field. a: w > w c w :I: en ::J m ::J ll. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z Automobile Accidents c All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls www.stringerlawfirm.com Citv Council Chair Addresses Critical Issues BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Tampa City Council Chairman, Thomas Scott, said there are two very important i ss ues that he and his colleagues must address. One of those issues is the proposed re gional ban on panhandling. Mr. Scott said in light of the decision made in St Petersburg to ban panhandling the numbers have increased in other areas, espec ially in Hillsborough County "We know that Hillsborough County wants a countywide ban. We want to wait to see what their Task Force will recommend before we take any action If they impose a countywide ban, we won't need to take any action. And as far as I know, no one from the Council is lobby ing the county on this issue." Chairman Scott said for there to be a regional b a n each jurisdiction would have to vote to ban it indjvidually. In the end there will be some changes. If it is banned, y ou can look for a rise in criminal activity. There are some people who won't be able to care for themselves if it's banned completely. I've never been in favor of an across-theboard ban. I think the ordinance needs to be specific, and address panhandling as a separate issue ." Chairman Scott also said he' s not happy with the report he received from the office of Mark Huey, Economic Development Administrator, identifying THOMAS SCOTI the total amount of spending in East Tampa and the breakdown that shows the participation of women and minority owned businesses. "On the surface, 32% minority participation sounds like a good number, but when you break it down, African Amer icans only received around $1.1 million of the 5.6 million spent. The majoritY of the projects went to white females and Hispanics." Chairman Scott said he'd like to see a more equal distribution of the projects, and they need to make sure African Americans are doing well. According to a Supreme Court ruling, you can have set asides for specific groups if the numbers indica .te a great disparity. That's why I think the 32% minority participation figure is deceiv ing, because when you look at the actual breakdown, African Americans didn't do well. Before choosing a lawyer. ask for written lnformaUon about the lawyer' slega l qualillcatlons and experience. CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY Agents

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c z Judges Ask Communitv To Help Save Troubled Teens BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Judges Ashley Moody and Lisa Campbell, both Circuit Judges of the 13th Judicial Circuit, share a passion. They want to save some of the African American tee ns between the ages of 11-15 years old who they see in court. They have partnered with Steven Koch, President and Chief Executive Officer of Big Brothers Big Sisters, to reach out into the community for mentors. His agency has secured a 3-year grant that will help with the Disparity Minority Contact (DMC) Program About 3 years ago, the idea JUDGE ASHLEY MOODY came to Judge Moody to reach out to the legal community for support. She wanted attorneys to stand with the yo uthful offenders as encouragement and a support system. Her request drew more than 100 attor-I I ..., J i -I I \ ) . '\ s: .-: "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 1 (813) 248-1921 * * /l11' P'"' tto / e g/ (J(J".!/dt.trwe in, ekeD':? t o tlte-91iJI&bo.,ot'? ?fkm{j ?r..,mll&mn. !JlFI!Uiet 8 JUDGE LISA CAMPBELL neys. She knew then that there was a need for that type of service. Judge Moody reached out to Big Brothers Big Sisters for assistance. Koch came aboard to assist with the project. After becoming a judge. Judge Campbell saw that there was a need. She has reached out to fraterni ties and Masonic organizations, as well as Pastors on Patrol. The program is designed for African American boys or girls in specific zip codes STEPHEN KOCH who are non-violent offend. ers. The zip code areas the youth must live in are 33511, 33569, 33604, 33605, 33607,33610,33612,33614, 33615, 33617 and 33619. Judges Moody and Campbell described scenes where young people come before them, many times alone. Judge Campbell believes that if the youth had one adult -parent or guardian -to accompany them, their chances of reentering the court system would be lessened. m Judge Moody hasseen 55 that no support system leads to the youth appearing U1 before the judge again, usu-N ally for some simple infrac-tion. 0 Koch states that it is easy for adults to become mentors. Males are normally paired with males and the same for females. The mentor is asked to commit to one year; must complete background screening, acceptable driving record, provide references and attend a 2-hour training class. The mentors are to assist the youth to complete their court ordered requirements, which may include writing letters to victims, court ordered essays, community service and help the youth to understand the implica-f! tions of their behavior -0 To find out more about this program contact Laura Prevatte, MAPP Coordinator, Big Brothers Big Sisters, (813) 769-3606 or (813) 997-4709, Laura.Prevatte@bbbs.org . en m z :::! z m r-tD c: rrm -4 AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE z 'lJ c: tD c en ::I: m c N .ews Alert: The Florida law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREEPmrssslonal StlndCIII Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys -An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fee InvestigatorsIf there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Medical Care Provided Pharmacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedestrian Incidents, loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... ca lie B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c c

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0 ,.... 201 0 General Election Results In Hillsborough County Saturday, November 13th at 11:00 a.m. Tampa Marriott Wesbhore Blvd. : mpacHng Youth. Through Eclucofion FashionJ From The Exclusive Ann's Fovorite Boutique There will be a RafRe, Vendors, Door Prizes and a Weekend For Two at the Marriott. .. J.-.,n.-. .. .-.n .. Benefit The Mary E. McCullough SchC?Iarship Fund For Tickets You May Call (813) 253-5935 (813) 258-3663 Pearl C. Coffee, Reporter Essie Roberson, PP ............ Feature USF Graduate School Celebratorv Alumni Award Presentation Mrs. sonja W. Garcia, was recently honored as the University of South Florida Graduate School Celebratory Graduate Alumni Award re cipient. The .presentation was made in September in the Marshall Center at USF. The award was established as part of the Graduate School's 30th Anniversary celebration to honor graduate alumni for outstanding pro fessional accomplishments and service as a role model Robles Elementarv Turns5o Robles Elementary, 4405 E. Sligh Ave. (Tampa, 33610) will be celebrating 50 years of excellence when they celebrate the anniversary on Thursday, December 2, 2010. Open House is 6 :30-7 p. m. The program and social follows, 7 p m. -8:30 p. m The program will include the Robles Eagle Chorus video and photo presentations and memories from past students and staff Former students, friends and former staff are invited. For more information con tact Kathy or Marie at (813) 744-8033, or send an email to marie.castellano@sdhc k12.fl.us. MRS. SONJA W. GARCIA for present and future gradu ate students and scholars. After the welcome and in troductions by Karen Liller, Dean of the Graduate School and Associate Vice President for Research and Innovation, Mrs. Garcia, M. A., gave The Impact of Graduate Education on My Life. Mrs. Garcia is a former USF Library Administrator and member of the USF Board of Trustees. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree from FloridaA&M University and a Master of Arts degree in Library and Information Sci ence from USF. She has completed numer ous leadership,management and development training program. Mrs. Garcia also has sev enil service affiliations: Pres ident, Board of Directors, St. Peter Claver Catholic School, Board, Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated and Life Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Mrs. Garcia is married to Rigoberto M. Garcia and has 2 sons, 2 daughters-in law and 6 grandchildren. GULF RIDGE COUNCIL BOY SOOUTSOF MERICA 13228 North Central Ave Tampa, Fl33612 Boy Scouts of America Whitney M. Young, Jr. Luncheon Thursday, November 11,2010 Carrabba's 700 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. lOlO Hoaorees: Ms. Alberta Reed of First Baptist Church of College Hill and Mr. Eraest Hooper, St. Petersburg Times columDist lOlO Speaker: Sldaey Morpa, CEO ofWNGM Consultiag Group For more information, call Halvem Johnson at 813-245--9687 PUBLIC NOTICE SERVICE CHANGES The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HAR'I) will implement bus service changes effective Sunday, November 7, 2010. CHANGES OR ADJUSTMENTS ARE BEING MADE TO THE FOLLOWING ROUTES Rout( 36 -Dak Mllluyllllmp AvCDMf Minor weekday time change. Route will now serve base hospital before ending route at BUrger King. Passengers arc encouraged to pick up new route schedules. llmdc 39-'""" 1ltwlmrd Adjust running time westbound on au.m Hi3hway between Linebaugh Avenue and Passeogcrs arc encouraged to pick upnew route schedules. hr-linq 1bJIIa -,. u, fRp"" w Frequeqcy change from 10 to lS minutes and route adjusbnents north of'IYlcr Sttcet. Will no loagcr serve stops 29, 30 and 31. Passengers arc encouraged to pick up new route 8Chedules. ,_7inar zmucr-ca-u, m911tc 'V Frequency change from 10 to IS minutes and route acijustments north of Cumberland Avenue. Will no loqer serve stops S 1 and 52. Passcngcrs arc er:lQ01JI'IICd to pick up new IOUtc echedules. New route ldtechllet will be available oa or before Novelaber7, Dlt, at www.piiARl'.ora, oo board bases, BART Caao.er Senke eaten or by Call the HARTinfo Line, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. -8 p.m. or Satw:day and Sunday, 8 a.m. -S p.m. for further route information and for trip planning assistanco. BARTinfo Line: (813) 254-HART (4278) TDD: (813) 626-.9158 www.goBAR.T.ora Hillsborough Area Regional Ttanslt Authority

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editorials Columns m FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 292-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMAST ER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews. 1901-1977 (1945) W.W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT; CFO Subscriptions $44 oo-6 Months Both Editions : $87 0Q-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of thi s newl!paper by Colu m n i sts or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publ i sher I The Morning Monev Talked I Today, we officially congratulate, Florida's newest governor, Governor Rick Scott, who squeaked out a razorthin victory over government veteran Alex Sink. In what could be termed a Cinderella-victory, the former CEO Scott overcame disgrace as a failed healthcare corporation head to become chief executive of one of America's largest states. This happened, in spite of Democratic opponent Alex Sink's unwillingness to concede defeat until all the votes were counted. We wonder if Scott's win was due to his eleventh hour infusion of some 17 million personal dollars into his campaign, or due to Florida voters who were willing to forgive and forget Scott's past private sector indiscretions. No matter. The State of Florida may now look forward to a governor whose motto for our future is "Let' s get to work. .Indeed, we may only hope that his comments auger more jobs fortbousands of unemployed Floridians a8 well as financial-assistance for many beleaguered small businesses and besieged home-owners. Notably, one of Scott's campaign sound-bytes was the fact he was raj.sed in public housing, labeling him as a "rags-toriches" candidate. Moreover, the fact his co-runner was a Black woman, former military and native of the Caribbean was thought to have been a plus in Scott's campaign. As in. 1110st political races, however, when swords are sheathed and hands are shaken, both Democrats and Republicans have to unite to make Florida one of the greatest states in America. Our hopes added to this wish. Indeed, the people of Florida have spoken. No doubt, Rick Scott's millions spoke, too. Florida 2110 Elacdon: Thalftennalh The voters have spoken. In Florida, the 2010 elections are over, and voters decicled to put another Republican Gover. nor, Rick Scott, in Tallahassee Voters also decided to make .President Barack Obama'sjob 1! iot lJarder by creating a Republican majority in the House The Senate will remain controlled by Democrats. :In Hillsborough County voters said no to the light rail penny tax, and Amendment 4 Hillsborough County voters also decided Congresswoman Kathy Castor should keep her House seat and Jim Norman would represent state Senate District 12. In Hillsborough County, eight polling places expe rienced a pro blem that held up v ote s briefly. Ballots that represented 10% of tne comity vote had to b e recounted. The Amendments tha t pa sse d Tu es day w e r e : Ame ndment 1 (a repeal of public campaign fina n c ing requir e m e nt s ) ; Amendm e nt 2 (a tax credit for deplo y ed military persomiel) ; Amenfunent 5 U;tandards for l egislatur e to follow in legislative r edi s tricting and Amendment 6 ( s tandards for l e gislature to follow in congressional redistricting). Amendment 8 the amendment to overturn the class size rule did not get the 6o96 vote needed to pass. A referendum for a property tax waiver proposal was approved This waiver : is supposed to spark the economy by waiving property for certain new and expanding businesses in There will be new faces on the Board of County Commission e rs, one of them is District 3 Commissioner, Les Miller. Also former County State Attorney, Pam Bondi, became the first woman in the history of Florida to be elected as Attorney General. course, we needed to protect .?( ourselves from terrorists' at-z tacks. Nobody would argue 0 that both education and im-Jobs Cost Democrats Jobs s: m m ::u migration reform was also needed. But, none of these things were what Americans needed the most. 9' I f you would ask the average man or woman on the street to describe the 2010 mid-term elections, they would probably just say: Democrats got killed! That would be about right. Most Americans will tell yoti that it is Democrats' own fault. Republicans need to beware that voters were not voting for them. They were voting against Democrats. The mid-term elections came along at a time when Americans had either lost their jobs or were in the process of losing them. They were losing homes, using up their savings, losing their retirement, finding it difficult to feed and shelter their fam ilies and living under an economy that didn't appear to be improving. All along, people have been saying it is about jobs; jobs and more jobs. So many peo ple could not find jobs. Not' many employers were hiring. The fact that these conditions existed may not be totally the fault of the Democrats. But! They were in charge. The Democrats controlled the House, the Senate and the White House. So voters laid the blame.at the feet of Democrats in spite of extremely uncooperative President Obama-hating Republicans. Sure, citizens needed healthcare. Yes, Wall Street needed to be reformed. Of No Democrats. What they needed and cared about the o most was jobs, jobs and more jobs. When Americans are unemployed, broke and hungry, none of these other things re ally matters. Only the creation of jobs. The Democrats pushed through an ecoliomic stimulus bill, a health care reform bill and a Wall Street reform bill. Job creation measures may not have been a top priority for Democrats, but it was and still is for voters. The Democrats still control the Senate and the White House. If they don't make jobs and the economy a top priority and get something. positive done, the Democrats will control neither in 2013. "T1 r 0 ::u and "Obamamath" were 6 sprinkled like salt on the tail of a fledgling eagle. m Millions of dollars and ma-: z -f licious sound-bytes fanried z We Who Retused To Remember an unfair flame that befud-m dled the minds-and inflamed the fears of voters into be-c: their president!al 1=votes were all fu vain -. -_-< !!J And soop. a so-called Con-z: As I and tens of thousands of other Floridians sat watching and waiting for the results of our most recent November elections, I was reminded of the controversial words of Booker T. Washington, in his historical Atlanta C9mpromise speech delivered in 1895 In the midst of his address, Washington said, "In all things that are purely social, we can be as the fingers yet as one as the hand in all things essential to mutual progress." The white audience roared. But we are told, in the midst of appJause, a young Black man sat in the aisle of that packed arldito 'rium. Arid he wept. Why did he weep? He wept because he realized that in one well meaning statement, Booker T. Washington, had undone what thousands of Black Am e ricans and whit e Am e ric a n s had di e d to make r e al: A truly e qual United States of America. Last Tuesday, I heard Booker T. Washington's statement, once again. And for the future of our nation, I wept. For you who may still not understand the impact of Booker T. Washington's speech, understand that he meant, in essence, African Americans needed to crawl servative Republican major--"tJ before they could walk that ity would clamor to do what 5j industrial training was more 19th Century former Confed-r necessary than academic erates did during a failed Re-en higher education, and that construction, and what :i9th ffi political preSence was some-Century Dixie-crats tried to. : c thing that Black folks should do during the Civil Rights forego iri favor of an elusive 1950s and 6os. "' -_ m economic parity. .And in the mi$1: of their. But in the words of an eldballyhoo would be heard -t erly Black Tampa native cQrSe uttered by Rush Lim-"The challenge of Black peo-];laugh, on the first day of -fl) ple is not to prove that we are PreSic!ent Obama's vic-equal, but is to prove that we tory: "I hope he fails! -< -are human." Yes,: America, _.suchasjthas As I heard reporters truro-become, will .have been : g pet the most recent election "taken back." But "taken "11. successes throughout. our back to what and by whom?" :! state and across the nation Meanwhile, throughout our by 'eandidates who had land; champagne glasses"aa'e': clothed themselves ln a gar-tirikllng; music and ment once worn by Abra-ham, Lincoln, it appeared-are. slapp ifig other Ob to me that we Black Ameii;,. -the back t cans, White Americans and But be clear, These: HispanicS had still not un-this elec : m y Words as a tioli was never about the-walf Beca1,1se hav e whether a yo u rig Black presforgotten from wh ence we ident had k e pt.the faith of his came, we shall be forced to newl y acquired office . walk that ttgonizing rQad Oh, no. This past election once . -. was simply about the fact What will it take to wake that our newest Am e rican up Wliat wil' president was Black. the.newteam'once, tunaf ely such is the truth! drops the baU as it But no one wanted to hear eight ,' . the truth. Regardless -of the Ask the teachers. Ask our progresS of America's newe5t .Children. But most ot alt you presidential administration, who refused tQ.' Vote look what was heard was a contin-into the. mirror, and. ask uous litany of d e ficit and deyourselv.es : spair. I hope you enjoy your an-Words like "Obamacare," swer ..

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Illuminated And Knonv Well it's official. The world of hip/hop that I've loved sin c e its inception has become as spooked out as the main stream society it once rebelled 1 against. According to r e cent articles in several different publica tions, there is a vicious rumor circul a ting that both rappers Jay-Z and his protege Kanye West are memb e rs of the ultr a secretive group of power bro kers known as the Illuminati and that each has sold his soul to the devil in e x chang e for fame and fortune ... When I first h e ard th es e wild accusations sev e ral months ago I thought "wasn't that th e theme behind the 'Oh God c You Devil' movie from the 0: eighties?" I blew it off as an abLL surd fantasy of someone who had nothing better to do than < spread internet gossip. But when I read that rappers, M.C. c Hammer (who now refers to Ul Jay-Z as "bellboy") and David Baitner were co-sign-1-ing these crazy allegations, it became clear that people were W actually beginning to buy into the nonsense. c It was hard for me to b e lieve W that anyone could take this stuff seriously. I mean, c'rnon :::::i Black people making a pact with Satan? We have a hard a. time giving Rent-A-Center z ..J ..J ;::) m ..J w z back their furniture. Imagine what the devil would have to go through to reposse s s our souls? The entire idea was laugh able Th e n I rememb e r e d th e pow e r of rnise ducation and how the thinking of a populace could b e easil y manipulat e d once th e three pillars of their lives, faith, family and e duca tion wer e compromis e d A person grows up acceptin g a lie becau s e in e a ch dir e ction he turn s s omeone, who se au thority h e s t o ld t o s ubmit to, i s r e inforcing th e sa m e untruth for no oth e r r eas on than it b e ing th e comp a n y lin e With out doing his own r es earch a nd fact finding he becomes another part of the self-rejuve nating cycle that lives on through each corning genera tion. So when this confused indi vidual is taught that the Illumi nati (the illuminated ones or sons and daughters of light) derived its name from lucif e r (the shining one) everything remotely connected with this sect is automatically branded with the same label : Devil wor s hipp er. And since illuminist are said to have risen through the ranks of Freemasonry, Masons are deemed guilty by association and their signs and symbols ar e also s e en as demonic in na ture and meaning. By using certain images in th e ir videos, recording songs entitled "Free Mason," and wearing peculiar forms of jew elry, Jay-Z and Kanye have aligned themselves with the above mentioned organiza tions. They left the door open for others to speculate whether or not they are, indeed, en t e red apprentices basking in the glow of newly found light or clande s tine wannabees' tak in g a dvantage of an unedu c a t e d population and the attention the controvers y brings The thing is, r e gardl ess of what th e ir truth may be, if the p e opl e monitorin g the s itua tion really did their homework, it would all b e a non-i ss ue. Th ey would h a v e known that E urop ea n illumini s t a nd fr ee m as on s are not boogi e m e n who meet in s ecret to worship diabolical entities but are more or less self-ap pointed curators of ancient African wisdom and spiritual ity who seek enlightenment through the knowledge that this nation was built upon. The evil aura they put off doesn't necessarily come from what they I>elieve, but from the fact that the y have stolen a legac y and wrapped it in a cloak of mystery and unholi ness in an effort to prevent it's true inheritors (people of African ancestry) from claim in g th e ir inh e ritance. But don't just take my word for it. Pick up a book and study for y ourself. You may be surprised by how deep this rabbit hole truly goes. t= z w Ul < c a: 0 ..J LL t:.;_GIBBS & PARNEll, PA AITORNEYS AT LAW . A P. GIBBS. Esa. MAlTHEW KOCHEVAR. ESQ. THOMAS E PARNELL ISQ ERIC M MOOR, ESQ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK. MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCLDENTS SUP AND FALL. OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE All SERIOUS I (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 7 2 1 F I : I I I C I I I I Z ;\ V I r A f\ I I 'A r l 3 .3 ( 1 l 1 \V \V \V. C; I I )I\ \ !\ N I ) I 1 !\ I Z N I I I C: C Hv\ IS RATED BY MARTINDALE HUBB ELL. THE HIGHEST RATING FOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL S T ANDARD WORLDWl D E Tho 11/rln g if A I .UW)If/r I s t ill Important I Jitlclmr '11u11 Shou ld Nnr /Jr. Ha."' Sol.-ly UptJn Aclw.,.rl u menr. Bu[0111 You D eddle. Ad: Ut 1b ;'>u!trnrat/on Ab out Our Qrml(/i<'lllil>tu And E.xpotieltCf' The FAMU Tampa Bav Area Club Gets Active Executive Officers of the FAMU Tampa Bay Club are: bottom row left to right, Ariel Boone, NaKena Cromartie, Angel Neal and Tanya TatUm. Top row, Justin Clatke, Jeremy Harris., Demetrius Davts, and Frank Peterman. Not shown, Mesha Haraen. TALLAHASSEEThe Florida A&M University Chapter of the Tampa Bay Area Club has been actively branding themselves on the campus of F AMU since Fall 2009. The F AMU Chapter of the Tampa Bay Area Club was first established in 2005 with the intentions of getting students, whose hometown is Tampa or in the surrounding Tampa Bay area involved on campus through community service and other activities. The organization died out in 2004, but was re vived in the Fall 2007. Mesha Harden, the student advisor of the organization and Freedom High grad, said Re viving the Tampa Bay Area Club was the best way to get students who are from the Tampa Bay Area actively involved on campus This club has also served as a way to get Tampa natives and Alumni involved with the stu dents in the Tampa Bay Area Club as well." The organization includes 25 active members. Frank Peterson, the public relations chair and a Lakewood High grad said, "The Tampa Bay Area Club has participated in various events in cluding: fundraising events such as car washes and Krispy Kreme donut sales the FAMU_ Health Expo, The F AMU Pink Tie Ball; and two Alumni tailgates. 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"T1 East Tampa Association President Addresses Allegations BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On October 215 \ Community Activist, Michelle Williams, went before the Board of County Commissioners with allegations about a program that was being administered by the East Tampa Business and Civic Association. Ms. Williams alleged that two women who participated in the Legal Secretary Training Program had been guaranteed employment when they completed the course and that they weren' t paid. She also accused ETBCA Vice President, Dianne Hart, as the culprit. In response to those allega tions, ETBCA President, Marc Hamburg said, "the program ran for 12 weeks, from June 1st through August 19th, with 16 participants completing the training. This was followed by a six-week internship experience with 15 participants in the law offices of local attorneys. One was not assigned. During their internship period, the participants were awarded stipends in the amount of $640 bi-weekly. Hamburg also said their Board of Directors has received reports on the progression of the program as well as the count}'. "Above all, no funds whatso eve r have been mismanaged or misappropriated. According to Ms. Hart, the grant was managed by their fi nancial secretary, Kathy McKay, who was responsible for all the expenditures and ac countability. "No one person can sign a check. All checks have to be signed by two people, and that could be any combination of myself Marc Hamburg, or Kathy McKay." Comments From Students These are comments from some of the students who participated in the training program. Brandy Reed: I loved the class. It was very beneficial. We could use more programs like this to inspire people regardless of their gender and race. The class left me with a lot of valu able resources that will be bene ficial to me in the future. "The program changed my e n tire attitude about everything and my appearance has improved. I feel better about m y se lf and a lot more mature." Cheryl Phillips: "I got the training and I got a world of ex perience. It was a great pro gram, and I think they should continue it. Toccara Daniels: "Every thing was fine. We were told we were guaranteed internship, but notajob. "I didn' t get hired, but I appre ciate the opportunity I'd like to see them do it again." Mrs. Ollie Thornton, who was the instructor for the program, said she's been working with theSingle Parent Foundation since 1989, and all of the ladies that were enrolled in the program are single parents. "That's what drew this to me. There are some very intelligent women out there looking for a hand, not a handout. "This helped a lot of women enhance their skills. The program was a great success and all of the participants left better prepared whether they were hired or not" Interim County Administrator, Mike Merrill, said he's asked his senior staff to look into the allegations "The Senior Staff will check with County Attorney Rene Lee to see if any action should be taken." Thinking about buying your first home? We're here to help you. Our online home loan guide gives you the answers you need to be a successful homeowner. Learn how much you can comfortably afford. Get a clear explanation of the entire home loan process Find a local Bank of America loan expert who will be with you every step of the way. Go to bankofamerica.comjmyhome or call 1.800.301.3892. Bank of Home Loans Surprise Celebration Held For Communitv Icon z 0 < m 3: BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Overtheyears,Richardeen Hills-Akbar has been a great admirer of Ms. Curtiss Wilson. She knew Ms. Wilson was the surviving founder of Wilson's Funeral Home, and that she had helped so many people. "Ms. Wilson has never sought the limelight or asked for any personal attention. I just felt it was time for us to pay tribute to her. She's suffered several personal loses over the years, and we wanted to niake sure we her know how we felt about her while she was still here with us." Mrs. Hills-Akbar decided she'd secretly organize a cele bration for Ms. Wilson and it would be held at St. Luke A M. E. Church On October 23m, the celebration was held, and more than 100 people attended. Ms. Wilson said the event caught her completely off guard and she was totally surprised. "They did a great job making sure I didn t know about it I was surprised so many came and let me know how many friends and family I have. I feel blessed I had forgotten about a lot of things I've done over the years, and to be labeled a peacemaker was the best thing anyone could h ave said about me." MS. CURTISS WilSON Ms. Wilson said the cooper ation she received whenever she tried to do something is one thing she will always be grateful for. "I was seldom turned down. So many people have been kind to me, and I consider the members of St. Luke my extended family. Everyone is looking out for me now that my health isn't what it Ill m :lJ 91 1\) 0 ..... 0 used to be." "T1 Ms. Wilson was there 58 b years ago when Wilson's Fu-neral Home was founded, and C she's been a member of St. Luke )> for 53 years. "Now, I feel good being able to Z sit back and enjoy it all As the ::::! lone survivor after all these years, I feel blessed to be here. rWe've served generations over Ill the years, and that means -we: ve ? done a pretty good job, and left J;; a lasting impression with a lot of ::::! families. Z "0 c Ill r-c;; ::::t m c m < m ::D < -f c m en c )> z c "T1 :lJ c Bank of Amorloa, N.A., Member FDIC. -0 Equol Housing Lender. Credit and collateral ore subject to opprovol. 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c a: u.. c z < c en w :::,) 1-w > Walker Familv And Friends Reunion 2010 W The Walker Family and Friends 2010 Reunion took them on a 7-day Caribbean Cruise on the Carnival Victory. The ::r:: group departed from San Juan, Puerto Rico and cruised to St. Thomas, Dominica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts, St. Maarten and ffi back to San Juan. :::, Traveling this year were: WJlmon Walker, Lillie Walker, D.. Charisse Walker-Cochran, Anthony Cochran, Ariona Cochran, Marquis Cochran, Deidre Cochran, Julius tj Cochran, Lesem Ramos, Evelyn Daniels, Renia Curinton, ...1 Cyresea Curinton, Dontiavea Clark, Duane Jones, Rosalind S Jones, Reniya Jones, Christopher Jones, Demetrious Jones, m Vevelyn Bennett, Andrea Mitchell, Gloria Alexander, Sylvia ...1 Wilson, Wanda Decosta, Darren Decosta, Desarai Decosta, Eboney, Decosta, Jaharra Decosta, Jadra Decosta, Lenitia i= Berry, Roberta Hughes, Gretchen Murphy, Bernice Z WJlliams, Viola Longwhite, Jerry Alexander, Carrie Benton, m Justine Hayes, Margory Worrels, Daisy Ulmer, Margaret < Prince and Amelia Guilford. Not shown: Sylvester Henry, C James Coleman, Phyllis Henry and Michael Wells. a: g ------------------------------------------u.. ALI.EN TEMPL AM CHURCH Pastor's Appreciation Celebration -Rev. Michael K. Bouie Pastor Saturday, November 13,2010 Place: Fellowship Hall Time: 6:00p.m. -9:00p.m. Adult (13 $25.00, Youth (6-12)-$15.00 Children 5 & Under-Free Let the elders that role well be counted worthy of double honor, especially they who labor In the word and doctrine. Timothy 5:17 Call813-229-1438 info@allentempletampa.org West Tampa Group Announces Meeting The West Tampa Crime Watch and Neighborhood Association will be holding a meeting Ttiesd ay, November 9th at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Cent e r 2300 North Or e gon Avenue. The m ee ting will featur e the ele ction of n e w offic e rs, a nd Ed Turanchik i s sc h e dul e d to appear and t alk to the group about hi s c a mp a ign to becom e Tampa 's n e xt m a yor. The m ee ting will b e from 6:30 p. m. to 8 p. m., and all West Tampa r esidents are encouraged to attend BISHOP CLAYTON FERGUSON, And PASTOR & ELDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Worship Services 11 A.M. Evening Service 6 P.M Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night ?P.M. Middleton Alumni Association The Middleton High School Alumni Association will meet on Saturday, November 6th at 10:30 A. M. at the Police Sector Office, 3808 N. 22nd Street. New members are welcome. Important business to be discussed. Calvin Simmons, President, will be there to greet you. Middleton 1961 Class Reunion Meeting Planned The 1961 Middleton High School class will meet on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 4 p.m., at the Tampa Police Department, District 3 Office, 3808, North 22nd Street, in the Conference Room Reunion Chairperson, Rance, continues to urge all classmates to attend and participate in the planning process in preparation for the soth Anniversary Reunion. IFarrakhan Cordially Invite pa Bay Community Come Out And Hear INIRABlE MINISTER IS FARRAKHAN November 7, 201 0 0 a. m. ** Program' 0 11 a. m. Ave. *Tampa 33610

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"TT LOcal Dress For Success: Fit & Fabulous In 2011 l< z 0 < m The Part 2 segment of Dress For Success Tampa Bay Pro fessional Women's Group Meeting Information: Fit & Fabulous in 2011 was held Oct. 21 in the Tampa Police Dept. Headquarters. The event was in continued collaboration with AETNA's Health & Wellness Initiative. The topic for the month was "Breast Health Awareness." Guests were encouraged to wear pink to show support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Refreshments for the evening were provided by the Tampa Chapter of The Links, Inc. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Janice Dudley, Deone Lewis and Lyoia Pizarro (TPD) attended the event. Rochelle Ward and Nicolete Butts at the Breast Health Awareness event. Donna Youngblood-Wilson, Ruby Floyd and Jessie Preston. -&.u7--NEW M. B. CHURCH 2811 N. 17th St.* Tampa, FL 33605 (813) 248-1080 DR. A. MUNFORD, Th.D., Pastor/Teacher Beverly Harvin of Tampa Police Dept. was also in attendance. Tampa Chapter of The Links, Inc. supplied Attending were: Visiting Link Barbara Kelsey; Atlanta, GA, Links Sonja Garcia and Patricia Miles. Standing, Link Frances Sykes, caterer Connie Cross, and Link Evelyn Bethune. s:: OJ m 91 1\) 0 ... 0 "T1 r 0 Solid waste Veterans' Dav Holidav Collection Schedule The residential collection schedule for City of Tampa customers with regularly scheduled collection days on Monday and Thursday will be affected by the Vet erans' Day Holiday. There will be no residen tial garbage, ya rd-waste re cycling, or blue-box recyCling on Thursday, No vember 11, 2010. Residen tial garbage collection services for customers affected by the holiday will ::::! resume on Monday, No-vember 15, 2010. Residen-r tial recycling and yard OJ waste collection will re-sume on Thursday, Novem-ber18, 2010. ::::! New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 3011 E. North Bay Street Tampa, FL 33610 Rev. Regina IT. Webb, Pastor Telephone 813-238-4339 'Winning Souls for Christ, One Sinner at a Time THEME: 11A 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. M()riah Missionary Baptist Church, Plant City, Florida Rev. Henry Simmons, Pastor Jbuqday. November 11. 2010. 7;00 p.m. First Institutional Missionary Baptist Church, Lakeland, Florida Rev. Alex Harper Sr., Pastor Sunday. Noyember 14. 2010 8:30a.m. Hour of Power Service, Minister Rashod Webb 9:30a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship, Rev. Reglnal 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 Deo. AI Jomes, President Located 2 blocks north of Dr. MU< Jr. Blvd, South of Osborne Avenue Between 30tfl and 31st Street z ""0 c: OJ r u; :::1: m c m < m < -1 c: m en c )> z c ."TT B

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State Rep. Hosts 'Constituent Services oav' For District 59. Recently, State Rep. Betty Reed (D-Tampa) hosted "Constituent Services Day" for the residents of District 59. The event was held on Tuesday, October 26th, at the Lee Davis Neighborhood Service Center, 3402 N. 22"d Street, from 9 a.m. to 12 noort. The event was held to provide an opportunity for the residents of District 59 to meet with state agency representatives and seek problem resolution in person Alpong the state agencies who attended the event were: the Department of Children and Families; the Department of Child Support Enforcement; the Department of Business & Professional Regulations; the Department of Financial Services (Workers Compen sation Division); the Agency for Health Care Administra tion (Medicaid Program); the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, the Department of Corrections, and .the Pa role Commission. Representatives from the various agencies listened to concerns, complaints and as sisted with problems relating to their respective agencies. (Photographs provided by Ms. Cherylene Levy). Ms. Patti Harris Razor, left, Regional Administrator, Florida Parole Commission, is shown with Ms. Cherylene Levy, center, and State Representative Betty Reed at the event. Ms. Kay Howell, Customer Relations, Florida Department of Child Support, attended the meeting. < m s: OJ m ::::tJ U1 I\) 0 ...... 0 "T1 r-0 ::::tJ c )> CJ) m z :::! z m Michael Kinsey, Legislative OJ Aide to State Rep. Reed, and C: State Rep. Betty Reed is shown with Ms. Kimberlee McBride, of Florida Department of Financial Serv-Among those in attendance at Constituent Day were from left to right: Jarvis El-Amin, Mrs. Queen Miller, Rev. Willie Dixon, Zollie (ClifO Rowan, Regional Director of Probation and Parole, Region III; State Rep. Betty Reed, Ms. Gail Reddick, Mike Anderson and Florida Department of Corrections. Sam Guest were among those J= who attended Constituent m Day at Lee Davis Neighbor-:::! hood Service Center. ices. 888.8metro8 metropca.com Metn,pcs Retail Stores ar.denton 4919 14th St. West Bradenton, FL 34207 888-57metro Brwtdon 2028 Badlands Dr. Brandon, FL 33511 888-57metro metroPCS. Clewwlltw 167 4 S. Missouri Ave. Clearwater, FL 33756 888-57metro Lakeland 3137 US Hwy. 98 North Lakeland, FL 33805 888-57metro Wireless for All. ........ 1158 N. Washington Blvd. Sarasota, FL 34236 888-57metro St. Petenburg 3100 22nd Ave. North Ste. B St. Petersburg, FL 33713 888-57metro I N COllAIOlATIO. WITN AlcateiLucent 8 1'ilmpll 1251 E. Fowler Ave. Tampa, FL33612 888-57metro 2907 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Tampa, FL 33607 888-57metro VitjJe ll4llliM lael,lmlled lh1e inlllllnlmbllll! oller eroa .Jaury 2. 2011. CcMnge and ll8fV1c8s oot IMlioblo 8'18rywlltlr8 Voolt me1Jqlcs.com or a Mfl1roPCS 111nn1 ror 111 epeclftc Thtmo and Qxdllon9 ct SeMca. RllliiS, 11arm11 capabl1t1es Mel tr1Y aq>1c8b1e reslr1ctDls. Rtll8s. Sll't4alslll1111bns aqect ll ctallge Screen 1m11g11s '*"tmtad Plo'8 rd lhlWn acllllllz8 Metmf'CS relatad llfTnll. prodUct mmes, C01f4J111Y ranos,tmdoowk.'l, 81!1\'k:e maries, and olhe< 1l118l18tUII trtJ1*1Y 1111 11e llllduaMI iJllllllllles of Me1roi'CS Wlnlloss, Inc. Ill olhe< ll1nls, pmcld I1IIII'IS, l1lllliS, ndenwtcl, 8I!MCI nwk.'l, m.ges. mall!l1al, and olhe< I'1IBiectl8 troi*1Y'" lle pnJpel1lee of their mepecUye OWilll1. 02010 Metroi'CS WlrBieel,lnc. 1551l.-c: OJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m ::::tJ < -f c: m en c )> z c "T1 :!! c ...... .... :i>

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0 -Lt) a: w m :: w e; z c a: LL c a: LL c z ct c (/) w ;::::) t> a: w > w c w :I: (/) ::; m ;::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ;::::) m ..J w z i= z w (/) C a: g LL News From The Park Rogers Park Golf Course is in excellent shape and golfers from a:U over the city are find ing it out Of course it is still a place where one of America's zaniest videos can be made. Last week, longtime Rogers Park golfer, Eddie Smith had a par, a birdie, an eagle and a hole in one in a four hole stretch. Leonard "Doc" Campbell plays golf just for fun He is one of the longest hitters at the course. He just doesn't know where it is going Louis Cofield comes to the park every day. He practices more than Tiger Woods. The boys are wondering when is he going to play. Jerome "Iron Head" Anderson got beat badly on the golf course, so he gave up golf to become a domino player. He got beat badly in a domino game and gave up dominos. Now, he is a news re porter Dr. W. W. Andrews is working more and more on his golf game. His game is begin ning to round into shape Doc has more game schemes all de signed to assure an Andrews victory. His new name: "The Hustler." Sweet Swinging Lou Colbert had a part time job working at the golf course. He gave that up He found some thing better. It s called robbing the golf course s good Samari tans. The best golfer at Rogers Park is Tam James. If you don t believe it, just ask him. Former Boys and Girls Club executive Bobby Wilds has been consumed by golf. H e is there almost every day playing or practicing. Bail Bondsman, George Shaw is also an avid golfer. He can easily be on the course with his Bobby Jones look. That is a long sleeve dress shirt and a bow tie. The maitre de at Rogers Park is Gentleman Leon. He spends the day shaking hands, opening doors for people and eating. Judge Perry Little is also becoming a golf nut. He will be a player once he gets past driv ing off the tee with a sand wedge. It is becoming a com mon practice to see three gen erations of Smiths at the Park on the putting green There will be dad Eddie, son, Reggie, and grandson, Little Red. Last weekend, Rogers Park Golf Course hosted the annual City Medal Golf Tournament. Some 60 players participated in the event. Participation this year was down from the usual 100 plus golfers. We chalk that up to the economy. In Grateful The 2010 NAACP Freedom Fund Dinner was a resounding success! Hats off to the generous philanthropy of these supporters! ABC Owmd 28 News AMSCOT AT&T Adamson Deal Graphic Daigna Bloomiogdays Florist Bright House Netwotb BwcbGardms Dr. James Brookins & Family FAMU Alumni Association-T an;tpa Cbapczr Fifth Third Bank HART Hilbbotough County Health Department Hilbborough County Public Schoola Holland & Knight. LLP I( s a Bling Thing Catering Moffitt Cancer Centet Mcngan & Morgan Law Offices OSI Restannnt Panners, ILC Pepin DUtribucing Company RoDs Royce/Beodey ofT ampa Bay ToGo Southern Wine & Spirits of North Florida Scate Fmn Insurance Suncoast Schoob Federal Credit Union lntunational Trucks, ILC Sunshine State Health Plan Tampa Bay & Company Tampa Genen1 Hospital Tampa Hillsborough County Human Rights Council U S Representative Kathy Castor University Al:ea. Community Development Corporation United Brothttbood of Carpenttrs United Voices of America USF Federal Credit Union W al-Matt Corporate Founded in 1909, the NAACP is the nation's oldest and largest civil rights organization. From the ballot box to the classroom, the thousands of dedicated workers, organize r s leaders and members who make up the NAACP continue to fight for social justice for all Americans Dr. Samuel Lamar Wright, Sr., 0\air, Freedom Fund Dinner Ms. Pat Spencer, Vice 0\air, Freedom Fund Dinner Dr. Carolyn Collins, Branch President In The Spotlight MARCHANDT The Spotlight feature for this week is Marchandt. As you can see, she is quite a sight to and she loves to hang out with her friends. Marchandt is a strong, dynamic young woman and can't be fooled by-the pretenders out there. She also has plans for her future and will not allow anyone. or anything to derail those plans. When it. comes down to the man in her life, Marchandt said he must be independent, know what he wants, be mature, and not afraid to speak up when the time is right. Congratulations to Marchandt as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in bel1tg in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact n1unber to: .Uohnson@tlsentinel.com. Brushes ......... ........................... 2 WITH THIS AD ONLYfl

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LocalsP-_o_rt_s ____________________________ ________ Tampa To Host Historical Black Golt Event BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In 1962, a group of people founded Tampa's first MidWinter Golf Classic at the Rogers Park Golf Course. Since that time, the event had been dormant, but in March 2011, Tampa will host the event for the second straight year. Also this year, the National Black Golf Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, the Advocates Invitational Professional Tour, and the Mid-Winter Amateur Golf Classic will be a part of the event. Southeast Region Affairs Director For First Tee Mike Cooper, said the MidWinter Classic has a lot of history, and people all over the country have been a part of it. "The biggest African American names in professional golf have attended the classic," said Cooper. "The first year we hosted the event, we didn't maxi-MIKE COOPER mize the exposure. That's why we're starting earlier to make sure we get the word out." Cooper said the plan was to create a series of profes sional tournaments that will feature African-American golfers. "In 2011, Tampa will kick off the professional tour portion that will travel across the country "As far as the induction ceremony is concerned, this is the 25th year. It was held in Tampa in March 2010 for the first time We have not vot e d on who will be induct ed, but we'll know by the end of November." Cooper said the amateur classic will draw the local golfers. "The professional golfers will come from outside the are a for the other tournaments." The 2011 Mid-Winter Golf Classic will run from March 4th through the 6th. Cooper said it would be great if they could get some broadcast media involved. "The Florida Sentinel Bulletin has been there for us since the beginning, and we know we can count on them. Maybe some of the local stations will cover it, and we will try to market it to the local broadcast stations. That would definitely attract more top named golfers." For more information about this event, call (813) 960-0825. More details about the event will be avail able December 1, 2010. MIDDLETON/BLAKE HER II GE ClASSIC WEEK -NOVEMBER 8-12, 201 0 Two Weeks Prior: Monday, November 1 Ticket, Souvenir And Souvenir Journal Sales Begin. Sale Ends November 12 M-F 1 A.M. -1 :05 P.M. For Students In The SGA Room M-F 10:00 A.M. 3:30 P.M. For Parents & Adults In The Ticket Booth Week Of November 8-12 Monday, November 8 -Alumni Visitation Day. Today's Blake High School Welcome Don Thompson And Blake High School Graduates To Heritage Classic Week! Tuesday, N9vember 9 -:-Blake Day At The Village Inn Support The Athletic Booster Club By Eating At The Tampa Dale Village Inn 215 N. Dale Mabry Hwy Taf!lpa, FL 33609-1236. A Portion Of Your Bill Will Be Donated To The Athletic Boosters. Wednesday, November 10 -Spirit Day! Wear Your Blake T-Shirt To School! Thursday, November 11 -Blake At Its Best Featuring Blake Bands, Musicians, Cheerleaders, Etc. Family Picnic At The River. Boat Rides On The River (Cost TBA) Event Starts At 12:00 Noon. Free, With Meal Purchase. **Game Begins At 7:30 P.M. At Blake High. Show Your Spirit By Wearing The Heritage Classic T-Shlrt ** For More Information Please Contact Mrs. Frances Cheeks Jennings At 813-254-2229, Mr. Ronald Adams At 813-309-3503 Or Ernest Reese 813-986-5690 Wildcats Blackout m Aggies BY TED TAYLOR On a night when 8,112 Bethun e -Cookman University fans dressed in black for its game against the Aggies of North Carolina A & T, they even had mother nature to get involved. A blown trans-former caused Municipal field goal with :35 remammg. Stadium to go dark for 76 The Aggies were shutout in minutes in the 67-17 rout of the second half, whereas, the the Aggies in an ESPNU 'Cats racked up 28 more nationally televised game. points. The receivers got some Before the lights went out, glory when Johnson found things were already looking Eddie Poole on a 37-yard dark for A & T On its first bomb at the beginning of the possession, B-CU drove So third quarter and backup yards in a couple minutes for quarterback Troy a 6-o lead on a 28-yard run by Dannehower hit Patrick Mid-Eastern Athletic Harris with a 6-yard scoring Conference leading quarter-pass late in the fourth. In the back Matt Johnson. The middle of the two passes were J:J (11 1\) 0 ..... 0 point-after kick was no good. runs of 3 yards and 13 yards Later in the opening quarter, by Jackie Wilson. f! running back Isadore Johnson had another high-0 Jackson joined the party light evening gaining 137 2:! with touchdown runs covering yards on 10 carries and 154 5 yards and 2 yards, for a 20-yards in the air on 9 of 15. en o advantage at the blackout. The Wildcat defense surren-m The second quarter was just dered 211 yards to running as intense when running back back Mike Mayhew on 31 z Androse Bell got in the act carries. m on a 1-yard run. The Aggies B-CU travels to Hampton, r-cut the lead to 32-14 on a 1-Vrrginia on Saturday to battle yard run by Dominique the Hampton Unive.rsity r-Drake. On the next possesPirates in an afternoon MEAC J:;; sion the Wildcats used a 24game. The game may be a test ::::! yard run by Johnson for a as the Pirates are better than Z 39-14 lead. The score at the the 5-3, 4-2, record indicates "'0 half was 39-17 when S. having lost _a couple of close Shidler kicked a 35-yard games. ,----------------------------------------------0 ::::1: Svlvester leads Homecoming Charge m c m < m -t c: m en BY TED TAYLOR The Florida A & M University Rattlers pleased the homecoming crowd of 30,459 to the tune of a 31-17 victory over the Bears of Morgan State, behind the running of senior back Phillip Sylvester. Sylvester scored two touch downs, including an 88-yard run that sealed the game late in the final quarter. The Rattlers started slow as usual falling behind 3-0 when Kemar Scarlett kicked a 47-yard field in the middle of theJirst qu.arter. It appeared to up Rattlers as quarterback Ukpai connected _with receiver T J. Lawrence of Lakeland on a 52-yard touchdown strike. FAMU added 10 points in the second quarter on a 25-yard field goal by Trevor Scott and the first of Sylvester's two touchdowns, this one from 14 yards. The 17-3 halftime didn't last long as Morgan tied the score with 14 unanswered points on a 1-yard plunge by fullback Jephte :I> z c ., 2:! c Cberenfant and a 19-yard pass from quarterb-ack Delonte Williams to receiver Okakpq. As the faithful were getting concerned with seven_minutes left in the game, backup cornerback J erral Stewart a Williams' pass and_ returned it 37 yards for the go-ahead score at 24-17. Aftex: a Morgan punt, Sylvester relaxed the crowd -'.for 'the evening. The 5-3 Rattlers tiavel to Greensboro, No.rth Carolina for an afternoon date with the Aggies of North Carolina A & T, in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game. The Rattlers are tied for second-place in the conference with South Carolina State at 4-1, and the 1-8, 1-5 Aggies are coming off an embarrassing loss to Bethune-Cookman last Thursday. ::1>

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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"t-It) a: w m :E w z Bucs Travel To Atlanta For Critical NFC South Matchup Herford Agrees To Five-Year, S&OM Extension a: LL. For the second game in a row, the road warrior Tampa Bay Buccaneers will travel to Atlanta to face off against the Falcons. A victory will give them a 6-2 record and sole position of first place in the NFC South. Although sports analysts and others continue to take shots at the Bucs, they keep on winning Last Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, quarterback Josh Freeman e ngineered yet another comeback (his fifth) and his accuracy is improving with eac h game The Buccaneers also a appear to have found a a: ground game with first-year LL pla yer, LeGarrett Blount. The Bucs offensive line has been performed above expectations with starters Jeff Faine (center), and w Jeremy Trueblood (right :::J .... fr: w > w c w :I: en :::i m :::J ll. z i= w ...J ...J :::J m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. t ackle) nursing injuries. On the defensive side of the ball the Bucs still need -to pick up a pass rush, but the play of the secondary has been a constant with the Bucs, and the linebackers are b eginning to pick their game up. Cornerback Aqib Talib, who picked off two passes last week, returning one for a touchdown, was named NFC Defensive Player Of The Week. The Bucs will n eed to bring their "A" game to Atlanta. The Falcons h ave depth and h ave outstanding players on both sides of the ball. According to the Buccaneers injury report, several players are nursing nagging injuries. Second-round draft pick defensive tackle Brian Price, is gone for the season with a pelvis injury. ALHORFORD ATLANTA-The At lanta Hawks agreed Monday to a five-year, $6o million contract extension with All-Star center AIHorford. The team reached the deal with Horford just ahead of a deadline that would have opened the door for one of their stalwart players to b ecome a r estric ted free agent next s umm er. Horford con firmed the terms in an e-mail. Horford finished second in the NBA rookie of the year vot. ing to Kevin Durant. Last season, the Atlanta player averaged career highs in points (14.2) and rebounds (9.9) while becoming the first Hawks draft pick to make the All-Star Game since Kevin Willis in 1992. He finished eighth in the shooting percent age (.551) and also was among the top 10 in rebounding. 4 WHEEL BRAKES OFF GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 215/35/18 225/40/18 225/35/20 245/35/20 245/30/22 255/35/20 255/30/22 265/35/22 265/30/22 295/30/22 24'-26' 28'AND MOREl MVP Renteria Saves Biggest-Moments For world Series ARLINGTON, Texas -As he sat through the first five games of the playoffs last month, mostly as a spectator, Edgar Renteria just wanted a chance. He not only got it, he seized it. Now, he's put his name alongside Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio aiJd Yogi Berra as the only players with two World Series-winning bits. "It's unbelievable. That's life," Renteria said with joy and exhaustion in his voice after his three-run homer in the seventh inning Monday Edgar Renteria went from a bench player to start the postseason to World Series MVP. for the second time. night sent the Giants to their first World Series title since 1954 Former Ponland Trailblazer, Maurice l _ucas Dies 01 cancer At 58 five time NBA all-star Maurice "The Enforcer" Lucas, the intimidating power forward who helped lead the Portland Trail Blaz ers to the 1977 NBA title, has died of bladder cancer Trail Blazers said Lucas died Sunday at his home in Portland. He was 58. Lucas was a force to be reckoned with during his NBA career where he posted career averages of 14.4 points and 8.8 rebounds. As a schoolboy, Lucas led Marquette to the 1974 NCAA MAURICE LUCAS title game against North Carolina State and was select ed to the All-Final Four team along with future Portland teammate Bill Walton. Lucas', No. 20 jersey was retired by the Blazers in 1988. *FLORIDA CLASSIC XXXI* November 20th Weekend Orlando, FL All-Inclusive Hotel, Ticket, Party Packages "Come Enjoy The UL nMATE tGrown Folks Get-Away'!" Don't Miss ANY 0/The Fun This Year ... "Co me & Join US!" For Tickets Hotel Information and to Order Online: 813-988-9264 or VenomNation@aol.com Website: www.venomnation.com/gofamu.html Another Better, Bolder Idea From BBI-AutoAir, LLC. See us at CES Booth 1033 -----www.bbiautoair.com

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RANDY MOSS NASHVILLE, Tenn. -The Titans felt that Randy Moss was just too good to pass up twice. So they didn't. After skipping Moss in the 1998 draft, Tennessee claimed him off the waiver wire Wednesday. Moss can help the Titans, at 5-3 a half-game back in the AFC South vvith five divisional games remaining They have lost their la s t two playoff games, and Fisher said Kenny Britt, who hurt his right hamstring in last week's 33-25 loss to San Diego, will miss the Titans' game Nov. 14 at Miami. Moss is a r e lativ e bargain due about $3.34 million for the final eight games this season. He easily brings th e best resume of any receiver for this team since leaving Houston. He has 948 career receptions for 14,778 yards and 153 touchdowns, though his numbers have dipped drasticall y thi s season in hi s stints first with N ew England and then Minnesota. Vick Returns To Eagles Practice PHILADELPHIA Sliding and running out of bounds isn't Michael Vick's. style -until now maybe. After missing VICK three games with a rib cartilage injury, Vick said he needs to play smarter" when he scrambles out of the pocket. Vick completed his first full practice Monday si nc e getting hurt on Oct. 3, and expects to start for the Philadelphia Eagles when they host the Indianapolis Colts Sunday. Bills Claim Merriman on waivers ORCHARD PARK, NY -Shawne Merriman will .get the chance to turn on the lights in Buffalo. Chris Kelsay can't wait. Bills linebacker Kelsay perked up when word began filtering through the locker room that the winless team was prepared to claim Shawne Merriman off waivers. "We need more playmakers," Kelsay said Wednesday. "And if he can come in here and do that for us, we'll welcome him with open arms." Jamarcus Russell Works Out For 'Skins ASHBURN, VA Former Oakland Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell worked out with the JAMARCUS Washington RUSSELL Redskins on Tuesday, just three days after Donovan McNabb was benched in the closing min utes of a lo ss to Detroit. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan -said Russell was one of many players, in'clud ing a few other quarterbacks, who were getting a look from the team. The Redskins routinely invite out-of-work players for workouts on Tuesdays, but the timing of Russell's visit only added to the team 's quar terback drama of the last few days. McNabb's benching raised questions about the six time Pro Bowl player's futur with the team, and coach Mike Shanahan added to the confusion by offering varying explanations for the decision. Pierce Reaches 20,000 Points z BOSTON-Paul Pierce stepped to the line, moved into NBA history and then finished off the Milwaukee Bucks. It was a moment he never would have dreamed of a few years ago. PAUL PIERCE Pierce scored 12 of his 28 points in overtime to reach m 20,000 points in his career, added a key steal with 27 01 seconds left, and helped the I\) Boston Celtics beat the Bucks 105-102 on Wednesday night. 0

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Entertainment C\1 Ln a: w m T.l. Checks Into Prison ::::!!: T.I. has offici a lly begun his 11 month bid behind bars. 0 The rapper checked into the Z Arkansas prison where he w a s previousl y incarcerated. C T .l. will b e issued the s t a na: dard prison uniform ; kh aki u. pants and a khaki shirt and will h ave his phone calls limited to 300 minutes a month 50 Cent Hosts Coat Drive For Needv Families so CENT 50 C ent has d e c i d e d t o mak e this win ter a littl e w arm e r f o r some families in in his hom e town Accordin g t o publi s h e d r e p o rts the Qu ee n s b r e d e m cee h as t ea m e d up with NYC coun cil d ep uty m ajor ity l e a d er, Leroy Comri e to s ponsor a coat dri ve. Th e drive, which i s s p o n so r e d b y G-U n ity Found atio n i s c ur re ntl y t a kin g d o n atio n s until Nove mb e r 26 th Thi s i s n t th e fir s t tim e th a t 50 Cent h as don e so m e thin g po s itive in th e community. llektlf@t.ao' l'wMtidti818INIIP(M) T.l.'s Wile Tlnv Pleads Not Guiltv To Drug Charges TAMEKA 'TINY' COTTLE Tameka "Tiny" Cottle h a s pleaded not guil ty to drug char g es. Th e wife t o r a pp e r T.I. w a s du e for a rr a i gnme n t i n B everly Hills, th e sa m e d ay h e r h u s band reported b ac k t o prison for hi s 11m onth se nt e nce. The re a l ity TV star a n d m o th e r e nte r e d a not gu i lty plea t o th e c h a r ges s t e mmin g from h e r a rr es t in l a t e A u g u s t w h e n s h e a nd T I. wer e a rr es t e d and f ound in p ossessio n of ecs t asy A uthoriti e s r e port that she was pre viousl y c h a rg e d with pos se s s ion of th e drug i n 2007 when polic e raid e d her home s ear c hin g for th e r e ported m a chin e g un s a nd sile nc e r s T I. purchas e d illegally Tiny is du e b ack in court in January. Janet Jackson Tackles Poetrv In 'For Col-red Girls' There's a striking moment in the coming movie "For Colored Girls in which Janet Jackson's chara cter tells o ff her philand e ring husband. In the s cene Jackson recites verses written b y Ntozake Shange, the author of the play that inspired the film "For Colored Girls Who Have Consid ered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" But instead of offering up a mannered cof feehou s e reading of the lines Jackson makes the words sound like ordinary-though v ery eloquent-speech It 's not the first time Jackson h as tackled poet ry on sc r e en-she also star r e d in John Singleton's 1993 dra m a P oe ti c Jus ti ce with Tupac Shakur. JANET JACKSON The original stage play that inspired For Colored Girls" is written entirely in verse ; in the movie v ersion which was directed and adapted b y Tyler Perry, the plot is ad v anced b y regular dialogue. Perry also included a number of subplots that aren t in the stage v ersion. Jackson lo v ed the stage ver: s ion but w anted her perform a nc e t o have i ts own pace Drake Gives Awav lamborghini DRAKE Drake is not o n e to forget who helpe d him get to wher e he is n o w Durin g h i s performanc e i n Hou sto n h e presented J as Prince, the son of RapA -Lot R ecor d s owne r J. Prince With a Lam borg hini Jas is r e spons i ble for hook in g Drizzy up with Ul Wayne and the rest is shall w e s a y . HISTORY

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Entertainment Nellv Fitness DVD Sells Out NELLY -Fans who thought the y were unable to get a copy of th e Celebrity Sweat series featuring Nelly can expect to pick up their copy soon. According to publish ed re ports, Nelly's workout DVD was so popular that the m akers at Sport s Profiles Plu s hav e had to plac e new orders on ba ck order Th e company said th at due to t h e overw h e lmin g r espo ns e some f a n s have had to wait a lit tl e longer than u sual, but prom i sed t o de l iver the seco nd edit ion s in December. Nelly is the first VIP featured in the new lin e of Cel ebl'ity Sweat workout DVDs. The DVD features workouts tau ght by well-known ath l e tes a nd cel ebrities. N elly who h as a l ways been activ e in th e gym a nd in spor t s sa id that s ince h e began seri ous l y working out, doing a fit n ess video h as been an aspiration of hi s. Gucci Mane Arrested GUCCIMANE LOoks as if Gucci Mane is back in trouble again, this time the rapper was subdued by po lice for a myriad of driving of fenses. According to a report in the Atlanta JourniU Constitu tion; Gucci Mane, w h ose real name is Radric Davis, was arr es ted and had to be restrained with pepper spray, after police pulled him over for driving on the wrong side of the road. Davis bas been charged with drivin g on the wrong s id e of the road, running a red light or stop sign, damage to government property, obstruction, driving without a lic e n se, no proof of insurance and other traffic charges Following the incid ent, th e Brick Squad CEO was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital for review and is expected to be moved to Fulton County Jail. Rapper's Car Repo'd On VIdeo Set DIAMOND Former Crime Mob member Diamond was the s ubj ect of embarrassment when her car was repossessed on the et of a video shoot. The rapper was on the set of Lil Chuckee of Young Money's shoot when a repo man showed up to take her 2010 yellow Camaro for back payment. She confirmed th e r e po sses sion herself. Kim Kardashian Reponedlv working On Album With The Dream And THE DREAM Kim Kardashian is report edly the l atest celebrity to div e into the world of the music now that she' s working on her debut album. The soc ialit e will have a l eg up on her competition how eve r now that s h e will be working with The Dream. D e tail s on her n ew project are scarce, but a source said "Kim's got a really good voic e." Th e 30-year-old was previ ously a stylist befor e landing her reality 'IV how gig. Other socialites turne d s in gers includ e he, ex-best friend, Pal-is Hilton and Heidi Montag. Fake Rick Ross Signs Autographs At Howard Homecoming A Rick Ross impersonator took to the streets of Washington D.C. l ast weekend for Howard University's homecoming. The wannabe was see n oncamp u s with faux security posing and signing autographs and told a camera man, h e wou ld be nothing without his fans. 0 G) FAKE RICK ROSS FOR TICKETS AND INFO CALL: {813) 389-4441 1\) 0 .... 0

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Movie Keviews N LO a: LU III :2: LU > 0 z c a: LL Saw 3-D -Hopefully this is the final chapter of different ways to multilate somebody. If you like bloody movies, this one. is for you. No. 1 at box office. Made $24M. (Budget $2oM}. [**112] Paranormal Activity 2-This supernatural tale has -more scary scenes than the first. Very good horror movie without the blood. Definitely not for kids Made $6sM. (Bud-c a: LL c z w c w l: en ::::i m ;:) Q. z 'tu ;:) m LU z t= z LU en C3 a: 0 LL get $3M). [****] Red Morgan Freeman andBruce Willis star in this acabout retired CIA agents on the run from a hit squad: worth seeing! Made $s8M. (Budget $s8M). Jackass 3D -If you liked the first or second moVIe, thts one is more grpssed out. This movie is so ... oo crazy, you can't help but laugh. Made $101M. (Budget $2oM) [***] Secretariat -A true story about the greatest race horse of all-time. Made $44M. (Budget $35M) [***] The Social Network -This movie is based on the life of youn g billionaire Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Face book. Must See! Made $79M. (Budget $soM) [****] Let Me In A little boy becomes close with the strange girl next door. Very good horror movie. Made $11M. (Budget $2oM). [***112] Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps-Michael Douglas, Shia LaBeouf and Josh Brolin star in this movie about Wall Street. A must-see to learn how the people who invested in stocks were ripped off. Made $s1M. (Budget $7oM) [***] RATINGS **** Very Good 1 *** Good 1 ** Average I Wai t For V ideo FREE HOME DELIVERY OF YOlll MEDICATIONS DIABETIC SHOES & SUPPLIES FAST & FRIENDLY SERIVCE $4 DRUGS NOW AVAILABLE ON PaT GENERIC MEDS WE ACCEPT HlLSBOROOtlt COlllJY PLANS, SHARE COST, MEDICAID, MEDICARE & 01HERS. Let Us Be Your Pharmacy Call Us Today At (813) 989-1351 www. supeliormedlalcenter.com Soaps ALL MY CHILDREN-Jesse and Angie get good news about their baby; Greenlee takes the stand Tad finds evidence that links David to Nick Pearson. JR taunts Caleb about his with Asher; Colby finds Asher conscious; Ryan concludes that David tried to set him up for murder and must search for evidence. BOLD AND THE BEAUTiFUL-Thomas worries that his line is being overshadowed; Nick vows to make Amber pay for her misdeed; Whip tells Thomas to come up with a puqlicity stu_nt, so Thomas turns to Brooke for help. Taylor tells Whip that she's concerned about Thomas working with Brooke; Hope unintentionally implies to Oliver that their relationship might not be over; Brooke agrees to gQ along with Thomas' publicity stunt. . DAYS OF OUR LIVES -Arianna's memorial is rocked by the arrival of EJ; Stefano thinks that he and EJ should go after Will; Philip discovers Vivian in the sarcophagus; Gabi apologizes for being so harsh to Will; Justin reveals that Arianna had him draw up. Yivian is the sarcophagus; Kate tells Melanie that Chloe lies about everything; Justin a anna, who discusses her will; Chad reveals to Will that he received a birth certificate m the mail which names Stefano as his father. GENERAL HOSPITAL -The Balkan tries to make a deal with Dante; Robin faces terrible danger; Sonny accuses Claire of putting her job their bares his soul to Brenda Lisa may rescue Robin from the fire; Clrure may get eVIdence agrunst Sonny thrown out. ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Cole may tum himself in for the murder of Eli; Todd and Tea make love; James tells Ford that he' s more in love with Starr than ever. Echo reveals a family tion; Marty discovers the information she can use against Natalie; Ford and James are surpnsed when their father shows up. YOUNG AND THE RESTLFSS -Kay pulls off the impossible; Victoria refuses to forgive J.T. Mac and J.T. say good-bye to Genoa City; Nikki turns to the arms of another man. Don't Forget To Set Your Clocks BACK An Hour On. Sunday, November 7th

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MR. JOE LEWIS BLACKMON Homegoing services for Mr. Joe Lewis Blackmon of 1207 E. Giddens Avenue, who departed this life on October 29, 2010, will be held Satur-. day, November 6 ; 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Xavier L. Johnson, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Joe was born on September 22, 1947, in Morgan, Georgia, to Robert Lee Blackmon and Bessie Wynn Blackmon. Joe was a Carpenter by tJ-ade and a chef at heart. His parents, Robert and Bessie Blackmon; two sisters, Beatrice McAllister and Annie Grace Wilson; four brothers, Robert Blackmon, Jr., Richard Blackmon, Leonard Blackmon and Douglas Blackmon, all preceded him in death. He leaves: his devoted wife of forty-three years, Kizzie Mae Blackmon, Tampa; six children, Lasonya Blackmon, Suitland, MD, Joe (Sharon) Blackmon, New Orleans, LA, Richetta (Jay) Blackmon and Kenan Blackmon, all of St. Petersburg, FL, and Kern Blackmon and Audrey Blackmon, both of Tampa; ten grandchildren, Bake S., Suitland, MD, Desifea S., Asha S. and Brandon F., all of St. Petersburg, FL, Jadae B., Madison, FL, Jaeden C., Kierston, C. and Zoe G., all of St. Petersburg, FL, and Dylan B., Suiteland, MD; aunt, Honey Williams of Ft. Gaines, GA; four sisters, Thelma Robinson, Melbourne, FL, Jeanette Walker of St. Petersburg, FL, Lenora McDuffie, Jacksonville, FL, and Juanita .Blackmon, St. Petersburg, FL; five brothers-in-law; Jimmie Wilburn, Safety Harbor, J. L. Wilburn, TaJt.lpa Eddie Wilburn, Clearwater, FL, Wyart Wilburn and Willie Wilburn, Safety Harbor, FL; 4 sisters-in-law, Mary Blackmon, Rose Bud Blackmon and Eloise Blackmon, all of Cocoa, FL, and Gladys (Charlie) Pitts, Orlando, FL; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends who will miss him. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, November 5, 2010, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family asked the friends to meet at the chapel at 10:45 a. m. for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. JOYCE ANN DEERING Homegoing services for Mrs. Joyce Ann Deering, who passed away Friday, October 29, 2010, will be held Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, with, Rev. Donald Yeoman, officiating. Interment will immediately follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, 4615 E. Hanna Avenue, Tampa. Joyce was born and raised in Tampa. She attended Hillsborough County Public Schools. She is a graduate of Chamberlain High School, Class of 1970, graduate of Hillsborough Community College and attended University of South Florida. She was the dedicated wife ofWmfred Deering ofTampa. Joyce was preceded in death by her parents, Elder Timothy Yeoman and Helen Jackson Yeoman. She leaves to cherish her memories: three daughters, Jennifer Alvarado (Emanuel), Alicia Welcome (Daniel) and Andrea Deering; two sons, Jeremy Dee.ring and Benjamin three grandchildren, Amaya May, Jamius Alvarado and Joel Alvarado; four brothers, Cornell Yeoman (Iva), Marvin Yeoman (Lorena), Rev. Donald Yeoman (Debra) and Patrick Yeoman; two sisters, Dr. Carolyn Williams-Ellis and Linda Yeoman; brotherin-law, Hillary Deering (Nancy); and a host of nephews, nieces and sorrowing friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Saturday, November 6, 2010, from 9 a. m. 2 p. m Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service on Saturday at 1:45p.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Integrity Funeral Services 3822 E. 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33605 ... ... PhoneUsAt Traditional Burial Wll"' Pruata1111 & Proltulonll StMoi (813) Plan tCPiiETSIY HOT INCI.OOED) MRS. FRANCES LEWIS WILSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Frances Lewis Wilson of 3709 E. North Bay Street, who passed away Friday, October 29, 2010, will be held Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 4 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, with Rev. Xavier L. Johnson, officiating. Frances Wilson was born on May 4, 1925, in Tampa. She enjoyed gardening. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Woodrow Wilson; and parents, Frank and Christina Kincaid Lewis. She leaves to cherish her memories: her nieces, Celestine Woodson, Houston, TX, Alyce Major, St. Petersburg, FL, and Susan Stephens, Houston, TX; nephew, Larry Wilson, Tampa; a host of great nieces and nephews; cousins, Offie Alan, Tampa, Ozzie Ashley, Tampa, Alice and Gwen Davis, Tampa, and Doris Claridy, Sarasota, FL; and a host of other cousins. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, Novembers, 2010, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel for the service on Saturday at 3:4sp.m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN MEMORIAM MR. GEORGE L. WADE 6/15/28 -11/1/07 You are "gone from our .lives, but forever in our hearts. Yourwife,AliceV. Wade, the Threatts, Carters, Wheeler and Wade Families. MR.TOBBY THOMAS, SR. Homegoing services for Mr. Tobby Thomas, Sr. of 4709 Green Grass Place, Tampa, who passed away Thursday, October 28, 2010, Will be held Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 6 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, with Rev. Ernest Coney, pastor, officiating. Tobby was born March 2, 1970, in Boston Massachusetts. Tobby loved spending time with_ his daughter, Nandi. She meant the world to him. He loved to cook, bake and he enjoyed watching sports and surfing the in-ternet. Tobby was preceded in death by: his grandparents, Sidney and Doris Hayes; brother, Paul David Williams, Jr.; and uncle, Sidney Arthur Hayes, Jr. He leaves to cherish his memories: his daughter, Nandi Thomas; mother, Cynthia Williams (Eugene); father, Henry Thomas, ill (Tere); and stepfather, Paul Williams, Sr.; brothers, Tony J. Thomas (Fiola),. Patrick Williams and Phillip Williams, all of Tampa, and Tony Thomas (Melissa) of Boston, MA; sisters, Tonya Williams (Harold) of Atlanta, GA, Tangie Nance (Gayland), Paula Williams, Paulette Williams, Tina Thomas and Tasha Thomas (Josey); aunts, Debrah Reynolds, Sandra Kinsey, Hattie Mae Stokes and Susie; uncles, Ricky Thomas, Sr., James Watkins and Lewis Watkins; nieces, Quatesha Williams (Delano), Quartasha Williams, Laniyah Bridges, Tonesha Nancy, Gabrielle Nance, Zyryana Nllnce, Faith and Destiny Wtlson; nephews, Lil' Gayland Nance, Terrel Wtlliiuns, Jr., and Harold Williams, Jr.; cousins, Sidney Hayes, ill (Twanda), Dawanna (Moses) and Doris Hayes (Tereqis); other relatives and special friends, Gee-Gee, Byrd, Butler, Jasper, Roe, Earl, Eric, Pistol and Myron; and a host of other family and friends. The viewing will be held at -Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, Novembers, 2010, from s-Sp. m. Family and friends al"e asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday at 5:45 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR.ALBERT EDWARDS, JR. Mr. Albert Edwards, Jr. of 3712 West Cass Street, Apt.13 passed away Tuesday, October 26, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, November 7, 2010, at 3 p. m. at St. John's Church, 906 South Orleans Avenue, with Rev. Douglas E. Remer, Rector, officiating. Interment will take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. 1\) 0 ...... 0 Mr. Albert Edwards, Jr. "11 was a native of Florida -and a r reSident of Tampa for 6o years. He attended Howard C W. Blake High School. He was )> employed as a sexton at St. John's School. UJ He was preceded in .death by his Carolyn Ed-:::! w&rJis. Z He leaves to cherish his m memory: his children, T .ane-r sha Edwards, Onuu: Edwards m (Sonia), Albert Edwards, C: April Edwards, Allen Ed-rwards and Kalisha Edwards; J:;; grandchildren, Destiny Ed7 :::! wards, Omar Edwards, Jr., z Allen Edwards, Ed-"'tJ wards, Jarelle Nether and c: Iemaj Thomas; father, Albert m Edwards, Sr.; mother, Mil-r dred Edwards; brothers, en Nathaniel Watts (Chanovia), ::I: Jack Watts and Johnnie Watts; sisters, Rita Edwards, Pamela Edwards, Shelley m Watts and Jackie Shuman r;:i (George); uncles, Dudley Q. :::D Sims (Mattie) and Roland -< Sims (Mamie); aunts, Ruby -1 Presley and Eula Strange; C: nieces, Joy, Natevia, Do-m Tina, Angie, Twetty, Meme and Charlene )> Reynolds; nephews, Antonio, < Chimare, Shannon, Bennie, )> Eddie (Arneatra), Andrea and z Edward; and a hOst of other C sorrowing relatives and -., friends. :::D The remains will repose 6 after 5 p. m., Friday, Novem-)> her 5, 2010, at Ray Williams < Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliiunsfuneralbome.com. Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation ( ) u r I : ; 11 n i h ( 11 \ k L' 1 YtHir I dtnih \ ----------

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c a: u. c z < c en w :::J ... > a: w > w c w ::I: en ::; m :::J a. z i= w ...1 ...1 :::J m ...1 w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...1 u. MRS. LUELLA HAYES Mrs. Luella Hayes of 109 W. Frances Street, passed away Monday, November 1, 2010. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, November 9, 2010, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, with Rayford Harper, officiatmg. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Hayes was a native of Micanopy, FL, and a long time resident of Tampa. She was a member of New Salem Baptist Church of Tampa anti later joined First Baptist Church of West Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Johnny Hayes; sister, Hattie Henderson; nephew, Eddie Buton and brother-in-law, Henderson. She leaves to cherish her memory: two devoted nieces like daughters, Maxine Cox of Dilllwyn, Virginia and Olivia Johnson of Tampa; nieces, Eartha Johnson and husband of Houston, Diane Henderson and Rose Uoyd, both of Tampa; nephews, Fred Williams _and wife, Eartha of Largo, Milton Henderson of Tampa and Javis Caesar of Tallahassee; nephew-in-law Cox of Dillwyn, and numerous great rueces and nephews; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Monday, November 8, 2010 at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners. neralhome.com. MR. LEROY SMITH, III Mr. Leroy Smith, III of 1818 East Fletcher Avenue, Tampa, 33613, passed away Wednesday, October 27, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Rev. Stephanie Roshell, officiating. Interment will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Leroy Smith, Ill was a native of Tampa, and a resident for So years. He attended Hillsborough County Schools and was a member of St. James Episcopal Church. During the course of his life, he was employed with Waste Management for the City of Tampa, as a long distance truck driver and as a Deputy Sheriff. He leaves to cherish his memory: 2 daughters Zakiyyah Aquil and J. Smith; 3 sons, Gregory Smith Michael Smith and Smith; 2 sisters, Grace C. Richard and Francine Smith 2 brothers, Thomas Smith' who preceded him in death' and Leander Smith; 10 children and 10 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 5, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern Owners. neralhome.com. 4050 East Hillsborough Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 S November 7, 2010 unday 4 P.M. 7 P.M. Thank you for allowing us to become part of your famll because at Gudes Funeral Home your family Is always In are. Homegoing services for Bro. Patrick H. Godwin of 1513 E. 32nd Avenue, Tampa, will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of lincoln Gardens, 4025 W. Palmetto Street, Tampa, with Pastor Anthony Greene, officiating. Interment will follow at Orange Hill' Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea, Tampa, 33610. Bro. Patrick H. Godwin was November 17, 1947, in Mananna, FL, to the late Mr. Henry, Sr. and Lola Mae Godwin. On Friday, October 29, 2010, the sun set for Bro. Godwin and he departed from this earthly life after a lengthy illness at Tampa General Hospital. He attended school in Marianna, FL, and moved to Tampa in the early 1960s. He was employed with Florida Steel Company for many before becoming a long distance truck driver. He was preceded in death by: his parents one son, baby George; 3 brothers and 3 ststers. He was converted at an early age in Christianity at Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Williams in Marianna FL. He then converted as member to Mt. Olive Baptist Church under the leadership Rev. Epps and later joined First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens with the late Pastor John A. Stephens. He leaves to celebrate his homegoing: his loving and devoted wife of 35 years, Mrs. Leavern Godwin; 7 children Patrick, Jr. (Patrice), anna, FL, Debra (Larry) FL, Robert (Kia), trteta (Troy), Nicholas Lorenzo (Yolanda) and Leslie (Allen) 4 brothers, Ozie Godwi..; (Helen), La.rdell Godwin (Louise), Robert Godwin (Linda), and Thomas Godwin; 4 sisters Bessie Wilson of Atlanta, GA, Emma Black (Oliver), Lillie Davis, and Mildred (Robert); 20 Terrinque, Ntcholas, Jr., Jalen, Timothy Kierra, Deloris, Lorenzo, Jr.: Lorenz, Tyriq, Cornelius Allene, Antia, Angelica Arthur Alicia, Keyshaun, 'Debbie' David, Devon and Di9.uan very special niece, Mtchehe Johnson; and a host of other sorr!'wi.ng family and friends. V1ewmg will be held November 5, 2010, at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home from 6-8 I? m, at which time th.e famdy will receive frtends. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 10:30 a. m for his homegoing service. The arrangements are entrusted by Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, 33610. "FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" DEACON JOSEPH OTIS, JR. (BIG '0') On October 31, 2010 God found it best to call Joseph Otis, Jr. from labor to reward. He was born to the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Otis, Sr. on March 21, 1949, in Tampa. On July !J 1970, i_n Tampa, he marned Lonrue Mae Simmons. They were married for 40 years and to their union were born four children: Rashawn, Consuela, Joseph and Paul. Dea. Otis was a loyal servantatEnunanuelCathedral C.O.G.I.C. for over 39 years under the late Superintendent Jesse H. Smalley. He loved his pastor and church family. He worked as a Chief Lab Technician at CF Industries in Zephyrhills for 23 years. Dea. Otis was also a notary public. He leaves to cherish fond memories: \vife, Lonnie Mae Otis of Seffner; 2 daughters Rashawn Gadson and band, Olson of Riverview and Connie Everett and husband Frank of Brandon 2 sons' Joseph T Otis of Seffner and Paul Otis, Sr. and wife, 1Beverly of Seffner; 8 grandchilJavan, Calah, Shayla, Kezia and Paul, Jr.; brother Otis and wife, of Seffner; 2 uncles, James Stillman and Lonnie \Vare a host of nieces, cousins and friends; and special gratitude to Dea. William Benton, Ms. Annie Johnson, James Chisgar and Firm Foundation Christian Fellowship. A visitation will be held on Friday, November 5, 2010, at Enunanuel Cathedral, 6450 County Road 579, Seffner, FL, from 6-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service at 1 p. m. with Pastor Jamal Quinn, officiating. Interment will be held at Garden of Peace Cemetery. A service of comfort by WASHINGTON FUNERAL HOME, Plant City, FL. .. The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 MS. BRENDA FAYE CHRISTIAN Homegoing celebration for Ms. Brenda Faye Christian of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, October 26 2010 will be held Saturday, her 6, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Avenue, with the Pastor, RevAlbert Gallman, Jr., officiating. She was preceded in death by: her mother; Nina Chrisher fat;her, Walter Christian; and her sister, Patricia Christian. Those left behind to cherish. memories of her are: 3 lovmg and caring children Ronald Christian, Johnson and DonUrndque Johnson; 10 grandchildren Ronald, Elijah, Kenyatta' Emari, Cornelius, Dariana' Deandre, Darine, Donald, Jr: and Kelton; niece, Americle nephew, Ahmid; great niece' Sahmari; stepfather, Leonard Profit; stepmother, Lenora Christian; 7 aunts, Johnnie Mae, Edna Wade (Rascal), Betsy, Tammy, Barbara, Beatrice and Linda; 3 uncles, Clifford and M. C.; 8 cousms, Toya, Usa (Ricky), Deborah, Carroll (Ron) Sonia (Tony), Desiree' Francine (Eddie) and lene; 20 2nd cousins, Tangie, Peaches, Gloria, Renae, Dana, Jeffrey, Fred, Andre, Pop Damian, Danzick, Zana: Rayshaun, Marqnisha. Tierra, Jerkeema, Moo-MooTasha and Shantika; ter-in-law, Shaquana; 2 sonsin-law, Kelly and Donald 9 devoted friends, Pearl Ronald McCray, Yolanda' Aisha, Chris, Alfred, Linda' Sharon and Pumpkin; and host of other family and friends. Ms. Christian was born on August 91 1960, in Tampa. She was a resident of Central Park Village. Ms. Christian was a graduate of Robinson High School. She loved to eat, be with friends loved her children grandchildren and was an tive person. Brenda Christian will be sadly missed by all of us. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday Noveinber 5 201o at Wilson Funeral Hom!! 3000 N. 29th Street. Frtends are asked to assemble at the churCh at approAimately 10:45 a. m. Saturday. 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MS. SYLVIA 'BABYSISTER' CAMPBELL Homegoing celebration for Ms. Sylvia "Babysister" Campbell of Tampa, will be held Saturday, November 6, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Pastor Menyan Adams, of New Dimension of Faith Fellowship Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Sylvia Allease Campbell was born on March 15, 1952, in Tampa, to Mrs. Gladys Watson Campbell and the late Mr. Marvin Campbell. Sylvia was also preceded in death by two brothers, Marvin Campbell, Jr. and Marlon Campbell. On July 4 2004, she gave h 'er life to the Lord and joined New Dimension of Faith Fellowship Church. Later she became a member of Great Commission Church of Tampa. Sylvia was loved by all she met. She left us with many memories to cherish for the rest of our lives. She was a loving daughter, mother, sister, aunt and friend. Sylvia attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated in 1969 from Middleton High School. On Saturday, October 30, 2010, Sylvia went home to be with the Lord. She leaves to cherish memories of ller: two loving children, daughter, Kendra Hillsman Wimbly (Titus) and son, Antwan Campbell (Trecie), and their father, Leon Hillsman; 3 grandchildren, Quiandra Hillsman Edwards, Jauson Wimbly and Diamond Wimbly; mother, Gladys Campbell; brother, Stephan, Sr.; 4 sisters, Shelia, Lexi (Boucar Ba), Erica and Harriet McNealy (Gary) of Clewiston, FL; nephews and nieces, Sgt. Eric Lofton, Sr. (Chicketta), AZ; Nayeisha, AZ, Jumere, Chequita, Michael Brown, Jr., Stephan, Jr., Eric, Jr., Eriyasia, Anaesha, M'Rhya Brown, Mayana Miller, Malia Brown, Reggie, Darit.i.s Fagin, Jr., Tiffany, Andrea and Arnold Fields, and Melanie and Anthony McNealy; aunts and uncles, Mrs. Catherine Collier, Albert Collier (Franlde Lee) of Sarasota, FL, Mrs. Merlene Monlgan (Roosevelt), Mrs. Rose Johnson of Cleveland, OH, Mrs. Allean Sutton of Atlanta, GA, Mrs. Annette Campbell (the late Alvin), Mr. Albert Campbell (the late Jackie Dell) and Mr. John Campbell, all of Woodbury, GA; a host of loving cousins, the Collier, Dupree, Campbell, Wilson and Slaton families; dear friends, Gerald Dowd, Marietta Robinson, Kaydell Harris and Antionette Glover; and many more who will miss her dearly. The remains will repose from 5 9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5 6 p. m., Friday, November 5 2010, at Wilson Funeral MS. ELAINE A. HICKS Homegoing celebration for Ms. Elaine A. Hicks of Tampa, who passed away Sunday, October 31, 2010, will be held Saturday, November 6 2010 at 12 noon at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Minister Autaurus Dizzley, officiating. Ms. Hicks was preceded in death by: her mother, Frankie Jones and father, Allan Williams. She leaves to cherish fond memories of her: her children, Donald Roseboro, Jr. and fiancee, Tina Ellison of Tampa, Tasha Willingham of Richmond, VA Dionne Dizzley and husband, Autaurus Dizzley of Hephzibah, GA, Shawana Perkins ofWashington, DC and Anita Hicks of Tampa; grandchildren, Kiauna Jackson of Tampa; Dominique Striker of Hephzibah, GA, Donecia Roseboro of Tampa, Eric Franklin, Jr. of Hephzibah, GA, Donald Roseboro, lll of Tampa, Derrick Roseboro, Jaden Cutler, Jordan Felder, Dylan Willingham and Denver Willingham; great grandchildren, Katlyn Jackson, Solomon Medley, III and Sequoia Medley; siblings, Ronald Williams and wife, Cynthia Williams of Tampa, Jacqueline Hudson, Kimberly Larry and husband, Maurice Larry of Newnim, GA, Sephas Jones of Atlanta, GA, and JoAnn Flemister and husband, Larry Flemister (life long best friend); and a ho.st of nieces, nephews; godchildren, Ricky Lindsey, Elizabeth Randolph and Quinton Randolph, all of Tampa; and other relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mrs. Hicks was a lifelong resident. She was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, November 5, 2010, at Wilson FuneralHome. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 11:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilaop-fuperalhome.com MS. EARTHA LIPKINS Ms. Eartha Lipkins, 78, passed away October 18, 2010. Services were held on Friday, October 29, 2010, at 10 a. m. at From The Heart Church Ministries, 494 Allentown Road, Suitland, MD. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ALLEN B. 'BIG DADDY' KENDRICK 11/4/21-10/17/03 Daddy, although it has been seven years since you passed, it still seems as if it was yesterday. You are still thought of and missed daily. Love always, the Family. ' 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 o e: 813.253.3419 Fax: 813.251.4912 DORETHA THOMAS JACKSON November 3, 2002 It has been 8 years since God called you home. You will forever be in our hearts and we love you always. 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0--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Card of Thanks Local It) ffi siNCERE GRATITUDE smoldering Ciuarene To Blame For Fire m :E w > 0 z < c a: LL MRS. ULLIE C. PARAMOURE BRYANT We, thefamilyofMrs. Lillie C. Paramoure Bryant would like to express our Local sincere gratitude to all for your various acts of kindness and prayers during her illness and transition and during our bereavement. Our special thanks is extended to: the staff of Palm Gardens, University Community Hospital Fletcher-ICU Staff, Dr. H. Jerome O'Neal and Staff, Rev. Dr. C. T. Kirkland and members of Mt. Pleasant M. B. Church, Ms. Lucille Williams, Larry Roberts, Betty Sutton, her 83rd Street neighbors, Waymon Saffore, the Blake High Class of "59" and Cecelia Lawson and staff at Lawson Funeral Home for outstanding and excellent service. We wish you all many, many blessings. In sincere appreciation, Anita Paramoure Howard and Family. Fires Keep Tampa Fire Rescue Busv c a: Tampa Fire Rescue re-LL sponded to three fires and ace cording to their reports, one of them was the act of arson. On Tuesday, Tampa Fire c Rescue units were called to a ffi house fire at 2110 West St. :;, Louis Street in West Tampa. t-When they arrived, they saw i:c light smoke coming from a single story house. W Fire crews found a couch fi} smoldering in the living :1: room of the home and pulled en it outside. :::::i m Investigators said Norman :l Baker; 53, was sleeping in the house when the fire i= started. He grabbed a garden W hose from outside and tried ..J ..J to extinguish the couch. Investigators also said ..J Baker admitted he was smoking cigarettes on tlle j: couch the night before. They ffi believe it was the improper en disposal of smoking materi< als that caused the fire. At 4:51 Thursday morning, 0 Tampa Fire Rescue units reit sponded to a duplex fire in Sulphur at 9407 Semmes Street. When units arrived, they reported smoke coming from the structure. DON'T The fire was brought under contror in 10 minutes. An investigator determined Charles Post, 65, was sleeping when he heard his smoke alarm. The apartment was filling with smoke when he found a small fire in the living room area and tried to put it out: Mr. Post was not successful and mauaged to escape. Although the cause of the fire remains undetermined an investigator said based on the damage he saw, he can not rule out the possibility of a lightning strike. At 7:16 Thursday morning, Tampa Fire Rescue units were called to a house fire at 1408 East 31st Avenue in East Tampa. Investigators reported that the house was recently va cated. The fire was started on a couch in the living room area, and is listed as arson. The intentionally set fire caused moderate darrtage to the house. The case is still under investigation. The American Red Cross is aiding the people from the St. Louis and Semmes fires. TO SET CLOCK BACK AN HOUR Sunday November 7th On Tuesday, Tampa Fire Rescl.,le units were called to a house fire at 2110 West St. Louis Street in West Tampa. When units arrived, they saw light smoke coming from a single story house. Inside the living room, fire crews found a couch smol dering and pulled it outside. Once outside, firefighters fin ished extinguishing the couch. Investigators determined that Norman Baker, 53, was sleeping in the house when the fire started. He awoke to find the couch on fire Baker reportedly grabbed a garden hose from outside and tried to extin guish the couch. He was able to douse most of the flames prior to fire crews arriving. Firefighters pulled this smoldering couch from a West Tampa home. Investigators said Baker admitted he was smoking cigarettes on the couch late last night. They believe it was the improper disposal of smoking materials that caused the fire. Fire damaged was con tained to the living room area of the house. The American Red Cross helped the occuwith temporary hous.: ing. "' The Wa!J We See It! Things Are lb .out To Get_ Tougher For President Obama PRFSIDENT BAitACK OBAMA BY LEONB. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer (An Analysis) It' s a fact that Democrats lost big to the Re publicans. It' s a fact that 30 million voters who voted in 2008 stayed home. It's a fact that the voting machines were acting up again in Palm Beach and other areas, and undisclosed corpo rate and foreign money was used throughout the country for the Republicans. It' s also a ttct that in Hillsborough County, 8,ooo voters were purged. The bottom line is this was a big win for the Republicans. When Barack Obama was campaigning to become the 44th President of the United States, he knew what he was up against. He knew he had 8 years of the Bush Administration to deal with, as well as the reluctance of Republicans to take a step back and try a dif ferent approach. President Obama pleaded with Republi cans for a bi-partisan allegiance, because he knew that's what it would take t9 turn the economy around and put millions of Americans back to work. It's apparent now, Republicans had a differ-ent agenda. Orie local politician sum-med it up when he said "this year Republicans ran of the dirtiest campaigns he's ever seen." The focus of all Republicans-seeing office was to not talk about the iss1,1es or their qualifica tions. It was to bash President Obama, and the RNC, fed them the ammunition -t!> it up. It has become apparen.t that Republicans see not:hipg wrong with the direction taken this country. They'd rather make it look like it was President Obama and Democrats who made this mess. Through their control and use of the media, they have made sure their message is heard loud and clear, and they've been enough to make sure the past and present mentioned at all. Say NO to everything Locally, we've gQt to change the way we do business. We ve got to reStore the rights to the 8,ooo people who were purged, and stop the timely purging of voters so election. You have to keep in mind t4at are status quo people. That means they don't believe in change as long as the way thjngs are continue to benefit them and cor:-porately. -What President Obania needs to do is start pounding and stomping, anp usingthat VETO pen to keep in check he' s still in a position to do that.. He has 2 months left to push 200 bills passed by the House through the Senate during this lame duck session The good news is the Democrats still have the majority in the Senate : We need to start today campaigning for 2012. If not, President Obama will not be reelected. I -I .. II''-I' 4 ''' all '' c. 1,,. 1 ... t ', t .,,.,., ; .--('{ ..... : .. '-''''' ''''II '''"' ll'l r--..;11.'-JIIH [ 1

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Crime. Former Area Maior League Baseball Plaver Appears In Coon ELIJAH DUKES Former Tampa Bay Rays and Washington Nationals outfielder, Elijah Dukes, appeared in a Tampa court room Wednesday to explain to Judge Liz Rice why he has failed to make child support payments Wearing an orange jumpsuit, Dukes broke down and cried during the hearing. According to court records, Dukes collectively owes three women more than $143,000 in back child support. Judge Rice felt Dukes provided unsatisfactory answers to the questions asked by attorneys. At a hearing in May, Dukes reportedly told the court he has spent his Major League Baseball retirement, and had only $1,500 left He also told the judge he failed to use that $1,500 to pay his back child support because he loaned it to a friend who was having the same problem. Judge Rice released Dukes from jail and set a new hearing for November 22nd. At that time, Dukes will have to bring documents detailing his finances, including transaction records showing to whom he has given money. Two Arrests Made In Armed Robberv SYLVESTER BROWN STEFFON BIRKS CLEARWATEROn Saturday, a teenager who wa s shot by police three weeks ago after he tried to hit two officers was arrest ed Saturday and charged with armed robbery. Police said Sylvester Brown, 15, and three others robbed a 33-year-old man. K-9 Units found Brown and 19-year-old Steffon Birks hiding in a garbage can close to an abandoned vehicle. Police are still trying to identify and locate the other two sus pects. Police Trv To ldentitv School Burglars This is a surveillance photo of three suspected school bur-glars. LAKELAND -Lakeland Police are investigatin g a bur glary/vandali s m that occ urr e d to Rochelle S chool of th e Art s Qn Octob e r 31S t at 5:15 p .m. An y on e with information regarding this burgl a ry or anyone who may b e abl e to id e ntify th e s u s p e ct s i s a s k e d to contact th e Lake l a nd Polic e D e partm e nt Officer Walter Dennis, at (86 3 ) 834 6900 or crime Stopp e r s a t 1 -8oo-226 8477 Dontae Morris Informer Paid $80,000 The informer who led police to Dontae Morris has received $8o,ooo in reward money, according to the Tampa Police Department. Morris was being sought for four days after the June 29th shooting deaths of Tampa Police Officers David Curtis and Jeffrey Kocab. During the search for Morris, billboaTd s advertised a $100,000 reward the largest in Tampa's history. The informer was ineligible for $10,000 offered by Crime Stoppers because their tip line wasn't called. Another $10,000 is payable only if Morris is convicted. Mom Finds Daughter In Room With sex onender MARK RAY ANDERSON TARPON SPRINGS On Sunday, a convicted sex offender wa s arrested after he was found naked in a hote l room with a 14-y ear-old girl. Tarpon Springs Police report that Mark Ray Anderson, 32, was charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, and possession of marijuana, cocaine and drug paraphernalia. Police found him passed out in a hotel room about 6 p.m. The front door to the room was open. Polic e said the girl's moth e r went to the hotel after learn ing her daughte r wa s the r e and found h e r intoxicated. Whe n police arrive d they found drugs, and nume rou pornographic DVDs in the room with Anderson. 44, 4 7 so 55 'T1 c Man Who Pretended To Be 14 Sentenced To Counseling z m == OJ m :xJ (11 A 21-year-old man who drew national attention when he pretended to be 14, has been sentenced to mental health counseling Julious Threatts was in co.urt Wednesday when a judge told him he will receive treatment at a mental health facility and be under regular supervision. Threatts had registered at a middle school using a fake birth certificate, and was a member of a youth football league teaxp. before his real age was discovered. As part of his sentence, JULIO US THREATI'S Threatts was ordered to stay away from schools and children. 1\) 0 ...... 0 Shooting Victim Remains Critical LAKELAND On October 30th, Polk County Sheriffs deputies reported that Tamesha Miles, 25, was shot. According to reports, Miles and her cousin gave a ride to a male friend to a resi dence on Noel Drive. When they arrived, the male got out of the vehicle and went inside the residence. When the male entered the residence deputies said an unknown man, described only as a Black male, 5 9 tall, approached the vehicle and fired several shots through the driver's side door and window, striking Miles several times. The suspect said nothing before shooting Miles, deputies said. Miles was able to back her vehicle away from the suspect, who fled. The passenger in the vehicle with Miles moved her into the passen ger's seat and drove to a local hospital. The passenger was not injured. Deputies reported that TAMFSHA MILES m < Miles is four months preg-m nant. Both she and her unborn baby are in critical condition. m Witnesses reported seeing a small, tan vehicle parked behind the incident location )I> and seeing an unknown Z Black male driving it away C immediately after the shoot-ing occurred. c Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Detective David Bright at (863) 577-1600 or (863) 298-6200. ALL Rl "ASK RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY I (813) 892-81.93 : l Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 FREE Consultation

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ADs' Denim And Pearls Dance Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. held its Denim and Pearls dance at the IMAX Theater on Channelside. It was a fundraising fun event. (Photos by Julia Jackson) The event chairlady was CaSandra Washington. Chris Graves and his mother, Marilyn Washington. Karen Hilton-Keith supporting her friends. Darcie and Ray Campbell. The President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Diana AllenQuin. Jon Johnson and Kandace Nunn. Polynesia McMillan and Sholanda Lock enjoyed the evening. Dr. Sylvia Carley at the Denim and Petll'ls dunce. Marvin and Kathy Campbell were among the guests. Fontaine and Tony Marion. Ariel and Rico Hicks enjoyed the evening. JEWEL WARREN Elaine Sledge-Safford and Tommy Hills. The DJ for the evening was Sugur Be1lr. Left to right, Raquel Watson, Birdie Underwood, Jacqueline Grant and Betoria Watson. Joan Dawson, Marie Beard and Laurie Mack-Jordan. Rhonesia Dennard and Barbara Cockfield. Sisters and 'sorority sisters, Glenda Washington and JaCkie Wiggins-Coleman. Jean Collins and Earling Frasier. Sherinn Bostick and Claudette Reed.

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CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Saturday, November 13th at the Nuccio Recreation Center, 4805 East Sligh Avenue, Feed Our Children and Metropolitan Ministries will present a preThanksgiving party as part of their Tampa Bay Children and Family Day. The event will begin at 2 p.m. Dr. Moses Brown, founder of Feed Our Child ren, said in the past the event was held on a weekday, but they're doing it on a Sat urday this year. "We re expecting mote peo ple this y ear. Last year, we had more than 2,500 attend. We want to h e lp a lot of families, and extend a hand to thos e wh o are suffering due to the e conomy, or just want a change of pac e." Dr. Brown said this i s their 24th year and they' ve had great success in the past. The people, churches and v olunteers have been instru mental in making this happen. Pastors On Patrol will be DR. MOSES BROWN there, and I want this to be more than just an event. I want people who can make a difference. " I hope by the grace of God we'll be able to make a differ enc e in the lives of a lot of people We want to be a bea con of light for everyone. Dr. Brown recalled that the first e vent was held in the Ponce De Leon/College Hill Public Housing Complex. We had over 400 people attend that first event. I also recall when we set up, we only had enough food for So people. "Bu t, God performed a mir acle that day, and not only did we have enough food, we had plenty left over for fami lies to take home. God will provide; you just need to have faith." Dr. Brown said they will be partnering -w,ith the River Church for this year's Christ mas Toy giveaway. "We're asking families to register for the Christmas Toy giveaway at the November 13th event. That will give us more time to make sure we have enough toys. Last year, we ran out. "This year, we will have quality entertainment with Speaking Hands, and Vision Of Harmony." Dr. Brown said there will be food for everyone, a full turkey dinner, toys for the kids, games a job fair and help for the elderly. For more information about this event, call Dr. Moses Brown at (813) 784-1021. Program For Elders Deals With. Substance Abuse Brief Intervention and Treatment For Elders (BRITE) is a state funded program that began with a grant for a three-year pilot program from 2004 until 2007. Four agencies worked closely with aging services and other service providers to screen older adults, often in their homes. What the agencies discovered was that elderly citizens (55 or older) suffer from problems with alcohol, illicit substances, and prescription and over;;.the-counter med ications. The Centre for Women in Tampa coordinates the program locally, and report that elders are underserved in substance abuse treatment. The primary substance of abuse among older adults suffering from depression, boredom and loneliness is al cohol. Also, older adults have the highest rage of suicides among all age groups. Few older adults participate in behavioral health/counsel ing services, but there is help available. The Florida BRITE Project provides innovative outreach and intervention services specially designed to identify and serve men and women ages 55 and older with prob lems related to alcohol, prescription medication, over-the-counter medication, illicit drug use, and depres sion. At the Centre For Women, a BRITE Specialist will provide screenings, brief interventions, treatment and referral. All services are pri vate and confidential. Services can be conducted in older adults' homes, senior centers, assisted living facilities, and any other setting preferred by the client. There is no cost to the senior or their family. For more information, contact The Centre For Women at (813) 571-1684 and ask for a BRITE Specialist. Bridging The Gap Highland Pines News The Black on Black Crime Prevention Task Force is sponsoring a community awareness and softball game: "Bridging the Gap Between the Community and Law Enforcement." The event will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010, 10 a. m. -2 p. m. at the Sulphur Springs Baseball Complex, across from Rowlette Park. The event will offer fun for everyone: vendors, community organizations, youth groups, Rays' mascot, and Street Team. For additional information, contact: Earl Silas (813) 309-3081 or Harold Hart (813) 931-2109. The Highland Pines Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch Group will holding their next meeting on Veteran's Day November nth, at 6:30 p.m. at the Community Center, 3002 Star Street. The prayer walk will be held November 16th at the Community Center, and the Criro.e Watch Group will meet November nth at 7 p. m. at the COmmu..: nity Center. Guest speaker at the Veteran 's Day meeting will be Richardeen Hills-Akbar and representatives from the University of South Florida will make a presentation concerning burglar bars. Mrs. petty Bell is President of the Highland Pines Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch Group. .,

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., All About You! :n .... Ooooowwww ... Happy Birthday, Free z MS. IRENE CEDDIE-B This goes out to my mother. I won't complain, God did not make any mistakes with this Scorpio finest November 10 baby. Happy birthday to my life, my love m y mother. I love you dar ling. SSSHHH ..... Ceddie-B. Soon To Be Mr. And Mrs.! SHANE' JONES And VICTOR WILLIAMS Mr. Major and Genetta Jones announce the wedding of their daughter, Shane' Elizabeth Jones, to Victor Theophilus Williams, II, the son of Mr. Victor Williams, Sr. and Ms. Patrice Davis. The holy union will take place Saturday November 6, 2010, 12 noon at Riverhills Church Of God. Pastor Mitchell Davis, Jr. will be officiating We're godly proud of this couple. We pray an abundance of blessings over their marriage. FREDERICK (FREE) RUSSELL Happy birthday, Free. Gone but not forgotten. We love you . Your family. See you soon. Can't keep a good man down. FRED/TWEET/MEACOS Loved by many and envied b y most With much love, 26th crew. Your family. Recognize they're back. Happy Binhdav, Jai!!! A Year Older And Wiser MS. EBONY Mention my nam e and yo u'll brin g the whole city out becau se through all the lies and rum ors I still remain the lov e l y lad y I h ave grow n to be. I a m not only a moth er, but I am also a good father as well. So, on thi s 7th da y of No vember I would like to wish myse lf a happy birthday Yes, it's my day so approach with caution because this Red Bone Badd!!! NESSA, RAMANDA, JANELLE, PHIL, SHALA, TIFFANY, JAI, NEAL, SHANYNA And AIKO To .be released soon. Serious r eply only. Send pic. FCC Complex USP #1, P. 0. Box 1033, Coleman FL, 33521-1033. (L) KEITH TAYLOR #75245-004 And (R)FRANKIE LEONARD #04297-018 0 < m :: III m lJ "'tt c: III c CJ) :I: m c m < m lJ -< -; c: m CJ) c > z c ., :2 c

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Conference Lt) a: w m Tampans Anend Annual AME Conference In Winter Haven :::!: Several Tam pans journeyed to Winter Haven recently to attend the 70tli session of the West Coast Conference W or the AME Church (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) > 0 z >= <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en Members of Allen Temple AME Church stood with their pastor, Rev. Michael K. Bouie, First Lady Tamira Bouie, Delegates E. Carver Lee and Dr. Walter Smith, while he read his conference report. W Rev. Bryant Fayson and members of St. Paul AME Church also gave a report. Joining the pastor, center, are Claretha Christopher (Pastor's mother), Rev. Jean Davis, Michelle Annstrong, Hannah Vicks, Wayne Armstrong, Ether Fayson, Shawlonda Barnes, Bennettye Davis, Joselyn Walker-Saf-fJ: fore, Robert McBride, Gwen Green and Tracey Brunson. w c w ::z::: en ::::; m a.. z t= w ..J ..J m ..J w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ..J LL BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. '------L:LJI---J BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor A Church Where lbe Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is IIi Full Control." su.., Is J on! us Is I ihPrl\ NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 J.WWAMS Pastor Early Mmling Wcrship-7 :55A.M. Sunday Mooling Wcrship-9 :30A.M. Morning Worship :55 A. M Wed. Family NigJt-7 P.M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minis 7221 s Sherrill Port Tampa, Rorida 33616 (813) 839-5263 Paator/Teecher NRuikiing On A Finn Foundation N Sooday School-G:30 A.M. &may MonW1g Wonlhlp -1(t!S!S A.M. Wedneeday Night Prayer SeMce & Bible Study -8:30P.M. Trans ation Services Available Rev. Henry Green, Presiding Elder and Mrs. Jennifer Green, Consultant. RRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COillGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. 33610 (813) "48-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR Visit our website at www.tbcx:h.org or Email us at info@lbcch.org 24 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Sax 2!10415 Tinpa, R. 33687 784-1021 PASTOR MOSES BROWN Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7 :00P.M.

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::D for Him and allows Him to He Is So Awesome There are many awesome wonders in the world. When you look around you see so many beautiful things that cannot really be explained. The only explanation for these awesome wonders of the world is that an awesome God cre ated them. This is the theme in this week 's lesson from Psalm 66:1-12; God is an awesome God. The Psalmist encourages the people to praise God be cause of His awesomeness. He \-vrites to the people reminding them to remember all the things God has done in years past. As you live life look and iden tify the things God has done that man could not do or per form. As you see the awesome wonders of God, you too will conclude that He is awesome. What is humanity s respon se to the awesomeness of God? The psalmist says, ''Make a joyful noise unto God all ye lands: Sing forth the honor of His name : make His prai se glorious (vv. 1, 2). There are many people who make noise, but the noise is not joyful. Many people just want to make a noise The psalmist is specific about the noise to be made for God. All the land is admonished to make a joyful noise. The noise being made is a shout! It is a joyful shout. Verse two usher s the shouts into singing. The praise begins with a joyful shout and concludes with glo rious singing. The psalmist d e clares that the entire earth shall worship and prais e Him. He declares that becau se of His awesome ness and power th e whole world will come to worship Him Although he know s that all the earth is not praising Him now when they f o llow the call of verse five the y will. He says come see th e works of God (vs. 5). When people take time to see the works of God they will come to a good understanding and conclu sion. They will understand why those who worship a nd praise God do so and they will conclude themselves, He is worthy to be prai sed. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kitdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM -Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-L.ord's Supper (Communion) T.UESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org God has a long resume of wonderful and awesome things He has done that makes Him worthy to be praised. God does not have to keep per forming miracles to make someone believe, He has al' ready done enough His works and actions of the past speak volumes. The psalmist reminds them of how God turned the sea into dry land and went through the flood on foot (vs. 6). The awesomeness of this is not only was God able to part the GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School -9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship -5 p m .. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7:30p. m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROIRESS VIUA8E 8618 Progrea Blvd. Tampa, Fl33819 ChurCh Of'lloe: (813) 677-1948 Pastor s Orttoe: (813) 672-0389 Academy omoe : (813) en-5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514 E-Mall : DR. s-.a MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM & 10:55 A M 4;II:IIJ1111tllf Sunday-9 : 45A.M -Adult & Youth/ ChHdren Tuesday 11 AM. -Adult Wednesday 7 P M Youlhl Children 7:30 P M Adult A Satella Campt.B For Fallh Bible lnetitl.ta The ctuoh For (Acl& : 8 Rom. : 8 Thas. :8) ' waters but He also was able to simultaneously dry it up. That is the awesomeness of God in your life, not only is He able to part the waters that threaten and hinder you from reaching the Promised Land, but He is also able to dry them up and allow you to walk on dry ground. God rules by His power (vs. 7). He has unmatched power. No one or no other god figure is able to do the things that He does Therefore, His power and wonderful works speaks HERITAGE CHRIS11AN COMMUNrrY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailioo Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAll, Pastor SUnday llomlng Worship Services 7:45 A.ll.l11 A.ll. SUnday School-10 A.ll. Mlc!-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00 P.M. rule alone. z As a result of all God's won0 ders and powers, the people shall bless His name and make s:: His praises be heard (vs. 8). tD All of God's people should bless His mime. The world 9' should always hear the praises N of God go forth. Just as men ought always pray, men ought 0 always praise God. Why, be cause He has done so many wonderful and marvelous things. He is indeed an awe some and wonderful God! r 0 ::D c )> C/) m z ::! z m r tD c: r r lew Testament M. B. !!J ClnRII Of Tbanotasassa, Inc. z 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Weekly Services: Sunday School* 9 : 30A .M. Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A .M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving Th8 Sinners And Educating Th8 &liev9rs" ., can Do An Things Through Chrtst Who Strength6ns Me."-Phil. 4:13 'tl c: tD r u; ::::t m c m < m ::D -< m C/) c )> z c c ST. MATTHEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E. Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsims@tampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 :45 A. M Sunday School 9 :30 a m. Morning Worship 11 a m Prayer Service Wednesday 7 p m Study of the Bible Wed 7 : 30 8 : 30 p.m Praise & Worship Service Wed 8:30 -9 p.m. Ctl,ildren & Youth Bible Study Wednesday 7 8:30 p.m Saturday Prayer Service & Bible Study 10am. Youth Bible Institute 12-4 p.m. Teen Night ,.. Friday before the 2nd Sunday 7 11 p .m. nEV., W. D. ..S, Pastor m Y' tD

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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Local I() a: w m w z Gospel Anist Sends Out AppeaiTo Parents c a: u.. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Gospel Artist, Latrel Maloy, says warning comes before destruction. "This is the warning from the Lord for America. On November 8, 2006, I had a dream. I had a dream that I was standing on the deck of a beach house facing the ocean. Behind me to my right were a few men preparing to go fishing. Then, there was this great movement in the water that caused the fish to go to a certain place in the water." "Suddenly, the fishermen ran to my left side and began to cast their lines into the water. Then, I looked along the beach shore, and I saw a long line of American sole diers. I knew they were U. S. ii: soldiers, because they had a U.. two foot American flag on each of their chests." ct Maloy said as those sol> diers stood on the shore, he saw another group of U. S. en soldiers, but this time there w ::: .I-ii: w > W c w %: en :::::i m ::: Q, z tu _. _. ::: m _. w z i= z w en g a: 0 -I u.. UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. T H E PUBLIC IS INVITED SERVICE TIMES Sunday Schoo l 1 0 A M Morning Servic:c -11 :JO A. M. Evening Serv ice -7:30 P. M. Bib l e Study -Fvcning Bibl e Band -7:30 P. M Latrel Maloy and his wife, Angel Jarmon Maloy. were hundreds of thousands, maybe millions. "Some of them had U. S flags on their chests, and another flag close to their knees and feet. As they entered the inland, they proceeded to kill everyone in their path." Maloy said he thinks this is a revelation that he's received from the Lord. "The men preparing to fish represent the true servants of NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 REV. H. L DAIIIIIELS, Pastor Weekly Activities Sl.llday Chtl'ch School 9:30A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M 8l)le Class 4 :30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P.M Bi>le StWy 7:30 P m ch w Thursday Evening -YPWW-7:30 r. M. 1st And :lrd Friday F v e nin g WQme n's Outreac:h Minis try -7:30 P. M. 0.: the Lord. Jesus said to his disciples Peter, James and John, come follow me and I will make youfishers of men. (St. Mark Chapter 1:17). "The water represents the world, arid because of all the trouble in the world, many will begin to come to the Lord. Therefore we true ser vants of God must prepare for the great multitude of souls that will com e as security." Maloy is currently on a campaign to make an appeal to parents about their children and what they are exposed to "I've seen far too many gay children walking around, and that's an abomination to God. I think this can be prevented if the parents will be more active in the lives of their children, and pay closer attention to what they are being exposed to." Maloy welcomes all parents who want to join him on this crusade to rid our community of all vices that have adversely affected our youth. GRACE MARY MISSIOIIARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N. 37th St (813) 248-3779 ELDER T....u 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 PUBUC IS INVITED New Heritage Christian Worship Center, Inc, Kingdomute '"4. I aDER D. R. COSTON, Pastor (813) 425-5299 7402 N. 661h St, Bldg 700. ste. 190 Tampa, FL 33617 Worship--Sunday,11:30 a.m. Children's Ministry During Worship SerVIce The Voice Men's Ministry Tuesday, 7 p.m. Gateway To Excellence Women's Ministry Wednesday, 7 p.m. askOnhcwc ofrl h :1 lwww.nhcwc.oll Sororitv, Fraternitv Host 'Red, White And Blue Weekend' The Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. will host the inaugural "Red, White And Blue Weekend Support Our Troops, A series of weekend events beginning on Thursday, November 11, 2010 (Veterans Day) through Sunday, November 14, 2010. The events are to remember, celebrate, and honor the troops and veterans for their extraordinary sacrifices in service to the nation. All events are open to the public. Attendees are asked to donate a non-perishable and toiletry item, wnich can be donated to support wounded and active duty military personnel. A portion of the event pro ceeds will be donated to the National Association of Black ,.... wenllll------l'rlllr llnlel, TltSIIII----............ flll*l __ ....; ..... Ill ... l'llnii-----...... = ......... CIIIstlllllcll ,_ ... ,. w Military Women (NABMW www.-nabmw.com) and the Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation Cwww.taisf.org). On Thursday, the event Will be "Remember The Troops" Veterans Day Social at the Tampa Club, 101 E. Kennedy Blvd., 6:30-9 p. m. This is a free event. There is a fee for the "Bowl For the Troops" Bowling Affair at Terrace Sports, 5311 E. Busch Blvd, 7:30-11 p. m. on Friday, November 12th. There's also a fee for the "Celebrate the Troops" Party on Saturday, Nov. 13th, 10 p. m. -3 a. m. at the Spice Bistro Lounge, 204 Morgan St. The Sunday event, Nov. 14th, "Pray For The Troops" will be at Allen Temple AME Church, 2101 Lowe St., 11 a. m. service. For additional information on these events, please contact Pamela. Layton (813) 778-5212 or Prince Sherwood (312) 725:..8744. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue, Tampa. FL (Comer Of 34th St & 251h Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Blsllap Eddillewldllf Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSH. 5llldar. 8:00 A. M. SpiritUal EnriChment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Prayer-wn3ible Study Email Us At: stjmlnislriesaolcom MisSion Statement: A Church of the inner city to the community by mlmtemg to the whole man. OUtreach Ministry: t NOAH COMMUNITY; lt-.C./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE IEWIJRi And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK

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Local Investment For High Speed Rail And Communitv Redevelopment .... :1 ....... ,,,.,,.,.u, .. ..... l .. ,,.,,, ,,,,,.o.o .. "" .. ''' "' '''" ''""' '"'' '"''''.,' Business Opens/In Nuccio Communitv Partner/owner Tyrone Porter inside Nuccio Meat Market. Tony Gaines and his son, Jiren Fennell, shoppers at the community meat market. :::c c z m :s: llJ m :::c (.11 Congresswoman Kathy Castor was in Tampa a few days ago to announce that $1,181,250 million was being awarded to the City of Tampa for a U. S. Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Community Challenge Grant. The grant allows the City of Tampa to develop a detailed corridor master plan for the area along Nebraska and Hillsborough Avenues, including a new downtowri high speed rail station. HUD and the Department of Transportation awarded 62 projects nationwide. The City of Tampa was the only recipient in Florida. Nuccio Meat And Seafood Market recently opened in the Nuccio community. Tyrone Porter, partner /owner of the busine ss, says he dreamed of having a busi ness in the community as he watched the newly constructed plaza being built. He discussed his vision with a partner and they came up with the idea of opening a meat market to serve the community. community. He is a member of Faith Tempie Church of God and serves as a youth director and Deacon. f! Florida has received $1.25 billion to build a high-speed rail line linking Tampa, Lakeland and Orlando. The award was presented at the Downtown Union Station. Castor said the high-speed rail station and related improvements will generate positive economic effects from Downtown to East Tampa, Seminole Heights, Ybor City and Tampa Heights. In January, the Tampa Housing Authority was awarded $38 million to revitalize the Central Park Village area. He and his wife, are to three children and grandpar ents of one Joining Congresswoman Kathy Castor, left, are U. S. Senator Bill Nelson, Ed Jennings, Southeast Regional Administrator for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; Jerome Ryans, President/CEO, Tampa Housing Authority; Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio, Toni Watts of CDC, Rosemary Gadsdert o( the Tampa HUD office; and Ernest Coney of the CDC office. (Photography by BRUNSON) Porter lives in the Nuccio He believes that giving back to the community is so vitally important." He's planning for the meat market to sponsor a local football team. (Article and photos by Julia Jackson) Smoked Pork Neckbones Frsh Beef Rlbeye Beef Steaks Short Ribs FYesh Monday-Saturday 8A.M.-8P.M. Sunday 8A.M.-7P.M. Everyday 7 Days We Accept Food Stamps, WIC Checks & Debit Cards, ATM FAMILY BUNDLE #1 3 k Gnlulld..., (C.. ...... Dt lis) 3 k End CUt M Chops (CWitl De Plilta 3 k...., Slrtoln ... (8lste Dt Pllolia) 3 k ClllcDn Wings (Alas Dt Mo} 6 k Chlcllln Leg Quwten (llusio Dt No Collc..trv) 1 FREE (Grltls) 112 Gillon '3499 or FAMILY BUNDLE #2 TUrkey Whole Pork Center Cut Beef N Garcia Beef Picnic Pork Chops Liver Sausage 99t 59t FREE 21SS 0 ::!:! (J) m z -4 z m r llJ c r r m :::! z ."tJ c llJ r Cii m c m < m -4 c: m (J) c )> z c ::!:! c J Q m cp llJ

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es Chicken Parmesan With linuuine & Broccoli Spinach lasagna Rolls 4 small boneless skinless chicken breast halves (1lb.) 2 Tbsp.fat-free milk 1/2 cup Parmesan Style Grated Topping 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 onion, chopped 3 cloves garlic, minced 1 can (15 oz.) tomato sauce 1/2 lb. fresh mushrooms, sliced 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/4 lb. liriguine, uncooked 1 pkg.-(16 oz,.) frozen broccoli cuts, thawed 1 cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese DIRECI'IONS: Dip chicken in milk then in grated topping, turning to evenly coat both sides of each breast. Heat oil in large nonstick skillet on medium heat. Add onions and garlic; cook and stir 3 min. Add chicken; cook 3 min. on each side. Add tomato sauce mush rooms and pepper; cover Simmer 15 min or until chicken is done (165F) Meanwhile cook pasta in large saucepan as directed on package adding broccoli to boiling water for the last 2 min. Sprinkle mozzarella ove r chicken; cook 2 to 3 min. or until mozzarella is melted. Drain pasta mixture. Serve with chicken. 4 oz. Cream Cheese, softened 1 pkg. frozen chopped spinach, thawed, well drained 1-1/4 cups Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, divided 1/4 cup Grated Parmesan Cheese 6 lasagna noodles, cooked, drained 2 cups spaghetti sauce DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 375F. Mix cream cheese spinach, 1 cup mozzarella and Parmesan until well blended; spread onto noodles. Roll up tightly. Place seam-sides down, in 9-inch sq. baking dish; top with sauce and remaining cheeses. Bake 30 min. or until heated through. I publix .com/save -----------------------------------------------;n c!:l p u b I i X I V'; H E R t. s H 0 p p I N G : s ;.. p L t. .; s u ;;; E 'i E u z c N Boneless 699 New York Stnp Steaks ...... . ..... . ... ---,b Mushrooms -.................... 169 Publix Premium Certified Beef, USDA Choice SAVE UP TO 4.00 LB (Rosenborg Crumbled Blue Cheese, Located in the Publix Deli Specialty Cheese Section, 5 -oz cup ... 3 .99) Whole or Sliced, Great for Grilting or Fresh in Salads, 8-oz pkg. SAVE UP TO .30 . 199 Italian Bread......... ............... -Handmade In Our Bakery, Baked Fresh Throughout the Day, From the Publix Bakery, 16-oz loaf MYIUPTO.IO ................ .... Assorted Varieties, Goes Great With Pitas or Crackers, Try It as a Spread, located in the Publlx Deli Pre-Packaged Section, 4-pk. 2-oz cup or 10-oz pkg. MYIUPT02.180N2 FiinfS German Riesling 750-ml bot. Quantity rights reserved. SAVIUPT07.4tt Fillets ........................... : ........... . Farm-Raised, Never Frozen SAVE UP TO 1.30 LB (Ready-to-Cook: Lemon Herb or Cajun ... lb 5 .69) Barilla Pasta . .... . . ....... A Selected Varieties, 13.25 to (Excluding Barilla Plus and lasagna.) Quantity rights reseMd SAYI UP TO 1.43 ---------------------.. --------------------------,----.;.. ______________ Prices effective Thursday, November 4 throup Wednesday, November 10, 2010. Only In Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas, filahlands, Hernando, Citrus, Mal'latee, Sarasoll, Charlotte, lee, Collier, Lake, Sumter, Polk and Osceola Counties. lncli.KIIna Publlx atStoneybrook Hills Vlllap In Mount Dora. Any Item carried by Publlx GreenWise Market will be at the Publlx edvertised sale price. Prices not efhctM It Publlx Sebcir. Quantity rtahts reserved. m 3: m m :::D (11 1\) 0 0 r 0 0 m z -t z m r m c r r !!I z "ti c m r u; :::I: m 0 m < m :::D -< -t c m 0 0 l> z 0 0 G) m ..... I

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o What's Going I nil cures In Drop High Blood Sugar 40o/o -----------, find your waist The Kitchen expands a bit, VInegar > your muscles 0 lose their tone, c:c0 fat deposits. Researchers have a: LL yet to uncover The 40s are very different from the 30s, and the sos are very different from the 40s as far as your metabolism. It may seem like it's harder and harder to lose weight. Nothing like your 20s when you were a lot more active and had a lot more energy. You may have gone out dining and drinking a lot when you were young, but now that you're older, it's easier for the weight to come on than to try taking it off. With menopause you may the reason for these physical changes, but suspect that rapidly shifting hormones affect your body's makeup. While the factors that lead to weight gain as we age are the same for men and women (with the exception of menopause) national health data shows that men over age 65 are slightly more likely than women to be overweight. In fact, 76 percent of men ages 65 to 74 are obese, compared to 71.5 percent of women in that age group. Accepting New Patients, lnduding Chidren ANOELLA TOMUNSON, DDS, PA Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentwes l!xtraction Implant Restotations Walk-Ins & Emefget Ides Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www. tomlinsondentalcare.com First Baptist Church of College Hill and Tampa Family Health Free Health Screenings Blood Sugar Choluterol Blood Pretmlt'e HIV' Give a ways// Line Dancingtl Free Diabetes Classes Bring the KIDSII Video Dance RftiOlueton Girls Scout& . Gfjb for KIDS . November 13 2010 10:00AM -3:00 PM Abe Brown's Ministries 2921 29th Street, .Tampa, FL A FBCCH Health & Wellness Miuist .ry Vinegar taken before a high carbohydrate meal a dinner with bread or rice, for instance blunts the upward spike in blood sugar that normally re sults. Help Your Hean With Hawthron Heart disease is the #1 threat to people with diabetes. One of many ways you can help your heart is with the herb hawthron. Avocado Oil This oil is one of the very best oils you can us on salads or for cooking. Besides its vita mins and super-healthy oils, it is a powerful liver and pancre atic cleanser and helps prevent diabetes from becoming worse. Chailea A warm drink is a super soother and curling up with a cup of aromatic decaf chai tea (Tazo makes ready-to-brew bags) can make the whole evil day go away. When You Should Not Go To Work The number one golden cold/flu is still one of the most powerful and effective ones: If you're sick, stay home (for your sake, and the sakes of all your coworkers)! You have a fever over 100 degrees You re a sneezing/runny nose disaster. You're vomiting or experi encing diarrhea. You just got a prescription for antibiotics. If you have a bacterial infection like strep thro.at or bronchitis, it takes 24 hours of antibiotics before you're no longer contagious. You can't sit, stand, walk or twist. This sounds like a sur prising symptom, and you may just think you might have sprained or strained some thing. Going to work when you're truly ill may seem like a good worker, but resting a day or two can speed your recovery and save you a lot of lost time. You may know that the juice from the aloe vera plant is a very popular remedy for minor burns. But you probably didn't know that this same household plant can be a major help in controlling high blood sugar, the keystone of diabetes care. Researchers reported that people who drank some aloe vera juice daily for 42 days re duced thier average blood sugar by a huge 40%! As a bonus, thier triglycerides (blood fats) also plummeted! Fresh Fruit, Fresh Complexion You really study in women can fight wrinover 40 conkles frorrr the firmed it. inside out. Mysteries And there's a OfVitamin C fruit that can Vitamin C is a lead the natural friend charge. to skin. The nu-It's papaya. trient is essenWhat makes tial for making papaya so percollagen, the feet? Easy. Viprotein fibers tamin C. that give skin Papaya has its strength and loads of it, and .__ __ resiliency. And getting lots of vitamin C may being a powerful antioxidant, mean more youthful skin -C also disarms free radicals fewer wrinkles and less thin-that would chip ning and dryness. A recent away and weaken collagen. s :\ l'" Offit'l' Lm.ation: Nt:! \\.Ill'. \ll. h: Bhd. Stl' tot" l'ampa. Fl. (SIJ) Nail Defonnities -com & Calluses Sports Medicine Wound Care NEW Medi-.Pedic:ure Bunions A'\'llilable PAULL. SHEEHY, JR., D.P.M., P.A Boorrl Cutifitf .ilc:athmy Of Ambulatory Foot 8 3-872-8939 ( onfitil'IH'l' lkoin' \\ ith \ Bl'autiful lmplt \ \ llll 'n11h I d.l' \\till L ,,_h111 J,dh 1.111 1111 IJt,,,,, 01 n . 11111111l' ndl, Eriendly fesonal Care Most Zero Dow:n Payment Plans Available Flexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts : AND HILDREN William F. DI!.S PA Perftrrtd
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R.eci es Foods That-Reallv Do Your Bodv Good Berries, Any Berries Eat them one by one in stead of M&Ms when the pressure's on. For those tough times when tension tightens your jaw, try rolling a fr -oze n berry around in your mouth And then another, and another. Sinc e the carbs in berries turn to sugar very slowly, you won 't have a b l ood sugar crash. The bonus: They're a good source of vitamin C, which helps fight a jump in cor tisol, a stress hormone. Guacamole If you're craving so mething creamy, look no further. Avoca dos are loaded with B vitamins, which stress quickly depletes and which your body ne eds in order to maintain nerves and brain cells. Plus their creami ness comes from healthy fat. Scoop up the stuff with whole grain baked chips -crunching keeps you from gritting your teeth. MiXed Nuts_ Just an ounce will do. Wal nuts help replace those stress depleted B vitamins, Brazil nuts give you a whopping amount of zinc (which is also drained by high anxiety), and almonds boost your E, which helps fight cellular damage linked to chronic stress. Buy nuts in the she ll and think of it as multi tasking: With every squeeze of the nutcracker, you're releasing a little tension Oranges People who take 1 ,000 mil ligrams of C before giving a speech have lower blood pres sures than those who don't So lean back, take a deep breath, and concentrate on peeling a large orange. The s-minute mindfulness break will ease your mind, and you 'II get a bunch of Cas well. Asparagus Each tender is a source of folic acid, a natural mood light ener Dip the spears in fat-free yogurt or sour cream for a hit of calcium with each bite. Dark Chocolate Okay, there's nothing in it that relieves stress, but when only chocolate will do, reach for the dark, sultry kind that's at l east 70% cocoa. You figure ifthe antioxidant flavonoids in it are potent enough to fight cancer and heart disease, they've got to be able to temper tension's effects. Best Foods For Stronger Bones Beat Your Bloat z Keep Excess Air Calcium is the cornerstone of strong bones. Yogurt and Cheese-Not a milk drinker? A cup of yo gurt has at least as much cal cium as an 8 ounce cup of milk. And one ounce of Swiss cheese has nearl y as much. Sardines Eating 3 ounces of canned sardines d e livers as calc ium than a cup of milk. Greens Collard and Turnip greens. One cup of chopped, cooked turnip greens has about 200 milli grams of calcium. Salmon Salmon contain calcium as well as vitamin D, which assist in calcium ab sorp tion Nuts and Seeds -Almonds, pistachio s, and s un flower seeds are all high in calcium. Walnuts and flaxseeds are packed with omega-3 fatty acids Peanuts and almonds contain potas sium, wh i ch protects against the loss of calcium in urine Nuts also contain protein and other nutrients that play a supportive role in building strong bones Bloating i s an uncomfort able feeling of over-fullness and tightness that occurs when excess gas builds up in the intestines. Certain foods, bad eating habit s and hormones can cause bloating and especially in women. Bloating can also be caused by retaining fluid. To get some relief from bloating, try these fixes. *Eat More Fiber. Eat a Lot of Potassium-Rich Foods. WEEK 1 lung cancer surgery Out of Your Mouth -aJ m :::tl Sometimes it's not what you eat or drink but how you eat or drink it that U1 can cause bloa t ing. Smoking, drinking ,. 0 through a straw, chewing gum, talking w hile y ou're eating and chew ing with your mouth open are habits that allow excess air get into your mouth. *Stay Away From Carbs After Dark Bread s, pastas and other starches may cause yo u to retain water and feel stuffed. Try Taking a Probiotic. *Pick Water and Juice oVer Soda. Be Prepared for PMS. Apply Pressure To help evacuate gas, try massag-., ing your abdomen. r-* Chomp on Parsley, Get Physical E.xercise c helps your bod y release excess l> fluids through sweat. *Watch Your Intake of Z Sugar Substitutes and Sodium. m r-aJ c: rrm ::::1 z "'0 c: aJ c en % m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c '11 c At Momtt cancer center our top priority Is getting you back to doing what you love most OUr surgeons are highly skilled at perfonnlng cutting-edge surgeries using even fOr complex procedures like prostate. lung and gynecologic cancer. Momtt patients experience less pain, fewer -. complications. smaller scars. shorter hospital stays and a faster return to normal dally actMtles. Robotic surgery Is just one advantage of the world-class care cancer patients recetve when they choose Momtt And It Is also the reason why It's now possible to schedule your lung cancer surgery end your tee time just weeks epert. C411 1MOF'FITT to schtdult 1n 1ppolntmtnt, fSk your doctor or visit lnsldtMoffltt.com . ..

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0 National Forbes: Firstladv Is World's Most Powerful woman Michelle Obarna, first lady of the United States, arrives at the 65th session of the United Nations General Assembly at United Nations headquarters on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010. WASHINGTONHere's another first for Michelle Obama: C First among Forbes magazine's 100 most powerful women in the fE world. c In the annual rankings Forbes says Mrs. Obama has been a Z "true change-maker" since coming to the White House. The busi<( ness publication cited her high approval ratings, her status as a role model and her campaign against childhood obesity. C Forbes said it decided to "look up and out into the broader cuifa ture" to compile the list of women from the arenas of politics ::l business, media and lifestyle Mrs. Obama German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a: who had held the top spot for the last four years. The first lady landed in 40th place on Forbes' 2009 list. Woman Gives Binh To Twins: One Black, One White SHIRLEY WALES AND HER 1WINS A British woman is making headlines after having a rare pregnancy and giving birth to twins--one Black and one white. Shirley Wales, 21, is from Grenadian descent and was shocked to see that her son, Leo had brown skin like hers while his twin sister, Hope bore a resemblance to her father with white skin and blue eyes. Wales, who is no longer with their father, said that the possibility of one Black twin and one white was a running joke between her and her friends, but she never thought it would really happen. "Throughout the pregnancy I'd joked about the babies being black and white, I even said to my friends that if one was Black and one was white I'd call them Ebony and Ivory. When they were born though, I realized it would be cruel to actually call them that." ; _,006 $\Ire & Mear "ttaC' tlj 1 Your Neighborho o d M e at Marke t 'I ...J ...J ::l m 5 LB. SPECIALS GROUND BEEF !IUII..--------.$6.99 Ell) CUT PORK CHOPS 51.18.----.$7 .99 OXTAI.S 5LBS.----------.$14.99 BONELESS, SIOfC.ESS CHICKEN BREAST 5 LBI-------.$9.99 CEN'T'm CUT PORK CHOPS 5 UIS.-.-.$9.99 cotJmiY STYLE RIBS !IUII..-.$7 .99 PORK STEAKS !IUII..--------.$7 .99 BEEF LIVER FRESH PIGS TAILS us.---.$6.99 SHOULDER STEAK us.------.$11.99 BEEF SHORT RIBS !11.11..------.$14.99 caED STEAK OR STEW BEEF !IUS----------.$14.99 CHICKEN GIZZARDS !IUII..-----.$3.99 EVERY SATURDAY & SUNDAY Leuendarv American Car Brand Pontiac Goes Out 01 Business The legend American brand that started the "muscle" car trend is officially closing its doors after 84 years in the business. Pontiac has officially gone out of business, as of October 31. The brand, whose parent company is General Motors, was forced to shut its doors after GM was forced to phase out some of its cars due to bank ruptcy. Contracts between GM and Pontiac dealers nationwide I PONTIAC expired Sunday, ending an iconic brand that was the nation' s third best-seller, behind Chevrolet and Ford, du.ring its pinnacle in the 1960s. Man Gets 9 Years For seninu 2008 Black Church Fire SPRINGFIELD, Massachu setts -A man has beeft sentenced to nine years in prison for torching a predominantly Black church hours after Barack Obama w as e l e cted president. Benjamin Haskell was se nt e nced Monda y in federal court after pleading guilty to civil rights charges in june. His plea deal called for the niney ear sentence. The fire destroyed the Mac e donia Church of God in Christ in Springfi e ld in the e arl y morning hours of Nov. 5 2008, the day after Obama was elected Ame rica s first Black presi dent. The church, under construction at the time, had about 300 members, most of whom were black Haskell is one of three white men charged in the fire. Thomas Gleason Jr. is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty in June. Michael Jacques is await ing trial. 11-Year-Oid 'lion Kino' Star loses Banle With Cancer NEW YORK -Shannon Tavarez, the 11-year-old who starred on Broadway in 'The Lion King" and whose battle with leukemia won the hearts of many, including Alicia Keys, Rihanna and so Cent, has died. Tavarez died Monday afternoon at Cohen Children s Medical Center in :New Hyde Park, on Long Island, said Katharina Harf, co-founder of the bone marrow donor center DKMS. Adriana Douzos, a SHANNON TAVAREZ spokeswoman for the longrunning, Tony winning show, also confirmed the death, but declined further comment.

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or------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------re Polk C o ,unty Partner Management Meeting Held On Thursday, Oct. 28th, Polk Works held its quarterly Partner Management Meeting. The meeting was opened by Traci Agius. Traci Hall conducted Old Busi ness On the New Business agenda, Alicia Frometa of Florida KidCare rendered a very informative presentation on the hi ghlights of the Florida KidCar e Program. Some of the repr ese ntatives in attendance were: Polk Works Young Leaders, Sheila Lucas Polk Works, Keith Cross Devereux, Jo Ann Schaffer-Women s R esource c Center, Linda Willis and a: Jennifer Robinson LL Lakeland Housing Authority, C Lydi. a Whiteside-Arbor, Z Loretta Cameron -West C::C Area Adult School and Jamie c (/) w 1-> a: w > w c w :I: (/) :::::i m a. Overstreet Traviss Career Center Polk County School News Students who attend Polk County Schools will receive their first report card for the 2010-2011 school year on Tuesday, November 9th. Students will enjoy their Thanksgiving holiday break during the week of Nov. 22nd through Nov 2010. Teddy Bear Drive z i= w ...J ...J m Children of all ages can be comforted by their own Teddy Bear. As a part of Polk ...J County's Family Week (Nov. 13th-2oth) Bears for Joyce i= is conducting a Teddy Bear Z Drive for Polk County. Please m drop-off your bear on or C::C before Nov. 12th or bring your C donation to the kick off event ii: in downtown Winter Haven on 0 Nov.13th it Drop-off sites are as follows: Built by Waters, Garrison Land Management, Combs Welding, Arts Ensemble in Eloise, Grace Lutheran School, State Farm Agent Kevin Weltlin-Lake Wales, State Farm Agent Michelle Githens Bartow, State Farm Agent Cheryl Beckert -Winter Haven and Lasater Flowers and Gifts. For further information call Daphne Garrison at (863) 307-1789 or e-mail your questions to PolkMoney-Smarts@aol.com Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to Mrs. Lois Gardner of Belleview and Ronnie Gardner of Tampa and the family and friends of the late Norris Gardner, m who pas se d away in Houston, cb Texa s. It i s reported that a ,.... beautiful upbeat memorial W service was h eld at the Cf. Gateway Community Church in Houston Many spoke high l y of Norris and the contribu tions that he made to his family, church and community Happy Birthday to You! HAPPY BIRTHDAY! v.ishes a re ex t e nd e d to Kristasia Coby o f Lakeland (Nov 6th) Elder James E. Williams, III of Tampa (Nov. 11th) ; Minister Grant Elliott of Clearwater (Nov. 8th); Lakeland Gentleman, Larry Mitchell (Nov. 10th) and Artis Dukes, Sr. and Sharon Moore of Lakeland (Nov. 12th) as they all cele brate anot h er year of life! EVANGELIST JUANITA JONES Belated birthda y wishes are extended to Lakeland Lady, Evangelist Juanita Jones, who celebrated her specia l day on Nov 2nd and to Odessa Collier of Clearwater, who celebrat ed her special day on Oct 29th May the Lord bless each of you with many more years of life! Happy Anniversary! Wishes for a Happy Anniversary are extended to Fred and Sharon Moore of Lakeland who will celebrate another year of marital blis s on Nov 12th (Sharon's birth day!). May the Lord bless this union with many mor e years of Holy matrimony. Shaw-Nuf Shout-out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-out goes out to Reverend Kendrick. Gardner, the new Pastor of New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Lakeland! Word in the community is that Pastor Gardner is a mover and shaker, a vessel of fresh air in New Mt. Zion May the blessings of the Lord be upon you, Pastor Gardner, as you go forth in His Name. Talk to Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birth days, anniversaries, weddings, f a mily r e unions, civic groups, socia l clubs, religious organi zations, and community n ews, e tc., with the r ea d e r ship of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@ya hoo .com or calling (863) 5138437. Lakeland Police Civilian Greg Robinson Named 'Crime Prevention Practitioner Of The Year' The Lakeland Police Department announces that Dr. Greg Robinson has been selected as the Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year. This award has been given to Dr. Robinson by the Florida Crime Prevention Association. Dr. Robinson has worked with the Lakel and Police Department s inc e 1995. Dr. Robinson b ecame the supervisor of the Crime Prevention Unit in 2008. This awar d i s the r es ult of a deci s i on b y a board of representatives from the Florida Crime Prevention Association This decision is based on outstanding performance in the field of crime prev e ntion to the community between October 2009, and September, 2010. This includes an evaluation of the program s and responsibilities Dr. Greg Robinson, 2010 Florida Crime Prevention Practitioner of the Year, Florida Crime Prevention Association of the candidate, and commu nity outreach programs provided by the unit. Dr. Robinson attended an awards presentation ceremony at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel in Sebring on October 21, 2010, where he was formally presented with this award. Also in attendance were Assistant Chief Bill LePere, Assistant Chief Greg Robinson, Captain Victor White, and Lieutenant Anne Marie Wendell. Celebration Held At Popular ,Restaurant Birthday honoree, Courtney Phillips, enjoyed her special day celebration. Among those attending the birthday celebration are (rom left to right: Dexter Phillips, Daija Barrett, Erika LanderS, Sam Washington, Jeremy Carrol, Patience Landers and Derek Landers. Amos Landers, II, and Derek Landers were ready for an evening of celebration. This group of ladies were kicking it with the birthday celebrant. On August 14, 2010, friends and family members gathered at J. Alexander's Restaurant, in Tampa, the favorite dining spot of birthday celebrant, Courtney Phillips. The occasion was to celebrate Courtney's 22nd birthday. Everyone share d lots of lov e, joy, laughter and good food . oh and yes, birthday cake! E njo yi n g the evening of fun were: Daija Barrett, Dexter Phillips, Albert Phillips, Sam Washington, First Lady Yolanda Washington, Amos Landers, II, Erika Derek Landers, Patience Landers, Michael Shaw, II Ziggy Mathis, Sharonda McKnight, Jop.athan McCleary, Jeremy Carrol Jandalyn White Mark Nash II, Mallory Nash and Austin Landers. (Photos by Shaw-Nut) ...

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II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of be i ng unable to effectuate certified mail not i ce to v i olators of the City Code notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 17. 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers 3rd Floor C i ty Hall 315 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity )o 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 respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbat i m record of the proceedings is made which record i ncludes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE # 10-04688 CASE# 10-10174 CASE# 10-12498 CASE# 10-113953 HUNT AYELE CONVENIENCE CENTER BRINKWORTH KEVIN M. PIERI PATRICIA BALDWIN 2018 ELMWOOD AVE. CORPORATION 4120 W NORTH A ST., 11 SANDPIPER RD., TAMPA, FL TAMPA FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-234 % BULENT GUREL REG AGT SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19-50 EDGEWATER PARK 301 S 22ND ST., SECTIONS : 19 -49 & 19-50 BAYSHORE ESTATES NO 4 LOT 4 BLOCK 1 TAMPA FL CHANDLER SUBDIVISION LOT 30 199028 0000 LOTS 10 AND 11 AND LOT 12 114283 0000 SECTIONS : 19 -49 & 19-50 LESS RD RIW DESC AS BEG CASE # 10-05434 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. A ELDER ST., TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-49 190990.0000 39 27 FT W 37.5 FT AND S SECTION : 19-50 POWELL:S ADDITION 137 5 FTTO BEG BLOCK 1 OAKELLAR LOT 4 BLOCK 11 CASE I# 10-10185 114804.0000 E 60 FT OF LOTS 1 AND 2 175823 0000 AND E 60 FT OF N 9 26 FT MORRIS, MICHAEL OF LOT 33 BLOCK 6 CASE II 10-07779 2011 STUART ST., CASE # 10-13055 127955 0250 WILLIAMS, JAMES TAMPA, FL BARRETT, JEB E 1911 E. 6TH AVE., SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19 50 2909 W. LEILA AVE. CASE II 1 Q-17838 TAMPA, FL TAMPA, FL DUTCHER NATHAN E SECTIONS : 19-233 & 19-234 EAST TAMPA SECTION : 19-49 2610 E. 12TH AVE., TAMPA FL CLARKSON BROS LOT 6 BLOCK 58 BROBSTON FENDIG AND CO CODE SECTIONS : 5 1 04 .3, SUBDIVISION 190994 0000 5-108.4 & 5 105 1 HALF WAY ADDITION NO. 2 MC KNIGHTS SUBDIVISION W 3 FT OF LOT 3 AND E Y2 OF LOT 4 BLOCK 3 LOT 16 BLOCK L LOT? BLOCK 2 189902.0000 CASE# 10-10840 134700 0000 188765.0000 FRUHMORGEN CAROLINE H CASE II 1 Q-17840 CASE # 10-08484 4515 S CLARK AVE., CASE# 10-13437 EAST WEST TRADING PURNELL, BURCE B. TAMPA, FL DICKSON DEBORAH LEE PARTNERS LLC C/0 JAMES 4303 W. TACON ST., LEVIT THOMAS L. D. SR. SMITH, REG AGENT TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19 50 & 19-233 SECTIONS : 19-47 19 49 MANHATTAN MANOR NO 3 204 N. MANHATTAN AVE 4610 W. LOIS AVE. TAMPA FL TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-108 4 &19-50 LOT 21 BLOCK 3 & 5-105 1 MARYLAND MANOR SECTIONS : 19 -46 & 19 REVISED PLAT 129886 0000 MANHATTAN SUBDIVISION DREW PARK RE PLAT OF S 67 5 FT OF LOT 21 AND S E 20FT OF LOT 16 AND LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 1 6 7 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 II 10-13912 WINIAREK, MICHAL J. CASE I# 10-17845 HAMPTON, JOHN JR. 1944 W ARCH ST., DAVIS, RICHARD NEVIN HAMPTON BRENDA TAMPA FL WINIAREK, MARY J BUILLA-DAVIS MARISOL A. 2317 S HUBERT AV_ E., 2217 LINSEY ST., 1/2, DAVIS, SUSAN TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9 -49 19 50 TAMPA FL 915 W WOODLAND AVE. SECTIONS : 19 -47 19 -49 & 19-233 SECTIONS : 19 -46 19 4 9 TAMPA FL 19-50 & 19-233 BENJAMIN S 2ND ADDITION & 19-56 CODE SEC T IONS : 5 1 04 3 SOUTHLAND TO WEST TAMPA EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 5 108.4 & 5-105 1 N 75 FT OF S 150 FT OF E 1 TO 42 RIVERSIDE NORTH 120FT OF LOT 2 BLOCK 47B E 33FT OF LOT 11 BLOCK 16 LOTS 4 AND 5 BLOCK 30 LOT 14 BLOCK 25 119142 0000 178176.0000 190837 0000 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 HEAR I NG SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK C:. E!t "V': ..... r .... --/ , :h l:i r E!tc:::;t:ry ,. Lc:.":rc:. 3 > t=C3.:>< -.--<::> : 3 > .... c:l vv c:. rc:l II II EMPLOYMENT II Cutting It Low Experienced, Ucensed Barbers Wanted 60/Parsons Brandol) Area Call (813) 217-2462 Work From Home No Selling No Buying No Scam! Must Have Internet Access Guaranteed Income Call The Tag Lady (813) 417-6654 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ELECTRICIAN II (NON-STANDARD HOURS) $30 659 GENERAL MANAGER II (HAY POINT FACTOR) $53,435 OFFICE ASSISTANT $22 ,131 PARK RANGER II $24 876 PROGRAM ASSISTANT (4H YOUTH PROGRAM) ( PART TIME ) ( UNCLASSIFIED) $10.00/HR SENIOR HEAD CUSTODIAN $21, 008 SENIOR SOCIAL SERVICES SPECIALIST $31, 512 SENIOR SOFTWARE SPECIALIST (VOIP) (NON-STANDARD HOURS) $65 104 UTILITIES MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR $38 168 See our web site at http :// www hccsb org or vis i t our off i ce at: 601 E. 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All bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud shortly thereafter in the Service Building Lobby Conference Room A, second level/red side: Airport Name : Tampa International Airport Authority Project Numb e r : 8030 10 FAA AlP Numb e r : 3-1 2 -xx-201 0 & 3 1 2 00 78-xx-2011 FOOT FM Numb e r : 42255 2 P r o je ct Title: T ic ke tin g and B a ggag e Claim C urbsid e M o d ernizat ion and Re l a t e d W o r k A m anda to r y pr e-bid co nfer e nce will b e hel d in the Aut hor i ty boardrc'1m, l ocated i n the Landside T e rminal Bui l ding, third lev el/ b l u e side on N ove m be r 30 2010 at 1 0:00 a .m. F or m o r e inf ormation a n d to r egister to rece ive automated e-mail notif i c atio ns of f uture b u s i ness op p ort u nities p l ease visit our w ebsi te at ww w t ampaairport.com; q u ic k links; airpo r t business STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA IN THE GENERAL COURT OF JUSTICE COUNTY OF CHEROKEE SUPERIOR COURT DIVISION FILE NO. : 10-CVS-550 WENDY D. DEVINE (Pial ntiff) vs. KURT MATTHEW RETTLER II (Defendant} NOTICE OF SERVICE BY PUBLICATION TO: KURT MATTHEW RETTLER II TAKE NOTICE that a ple a ding seeki n g rel ief against you was filed on Septemb e r 10 2010 i n the above entitled act ion. The nature of the r elie f b e ing s ought agai n s t you is for monetary damages arising out of alle g a tion s o f your negligent operation of a motor vehi c l e o n December 11, 2007 in Cherokee County North Carolina You are required to make a defense to this action 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 .1ID.h 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 Te!ephone: (828} 479-2442 Facsimile: (828) 479-6747 N.C. State Bar #: 38060 For Your Co.-."e.-.le.-.ce The Florldc. Se.-.tl.-.el Bulletl.-. A.ccepts ........ ___ L .. _-=EB .-.-" ........ 1\11--t .. -..... -ric:,...., E:x:pr ____ ..,d D-blt c-rd-p-..... .... t p ... .., .... II East Tampa Business And Civic Association 1219 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Single Car Garage Up to $60,000.00 Available In Down Payment Assistance (813} 248-3977 2702 N. Howard Avenue 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath A lso With A 2nd Bui lding Currently Rented For $450:00/ Monthl y Sel l er Financing $10, 000 / Down $813.00 / Mon t hly Frank Vacanti Realty (813} 223-4633 East Tampa Busi ness And Civic Association 6806 Waterton $150 ,000-4 Bedroom Doub l e Car G a r age 12105 Fox Bloom $13 5 0 0 0-3 B edroom Doub l e Car Garage U p t o $60, 000 00 A v a ila b l e I n D own Payment A s s i st ance ( 813} 248 3977 FOR RENT Temple Terrace Raintree Condo 2/2 Free Cable TV Water Garbage Paid Tennis Court Swimming Pool $ 750. 00 / Monthly $600 00 / Deposit (813) 385-2298 3015 North Sanchez St. Includes W/S/G 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $9000/Monthly $500 00 / Deposit $200 00 Off Rent 1 Bedroom Rear Apartment $425 00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit $100 00 Of Rent Call (813) 704-3370 I I I I North Tampa 2/2 Townhouse Fenced Yard, No Pets WDH, Ceramic Tile 2 Story Section 8 OK Call (813) 949-3482 5134 Tennis Court Cir. 3 Bedroom/2 Y 2 Bath Condo Washer/Dryer Hook-up Community Pool Section 8 Only Contact Teasee (813} 506-4394 Gann & Gann Rentals Call For Rent (813} 229-8696 Or (813) 373-2515 407 E. 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