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Celebrating 66 Years In The Tampa Bay Area 0 ove SEE PAGE 3-A -n cci ent ----es I ... ,.,......... .. / "" -VOL. 66 NO. 24 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 2010 48 PAGES 75 Tnlds Help Ttt: Attend Youth Forum SEE PAGE 1 0-A Young Men Seek To Rebuild Commultr SEE PAGE 2-A Memorial Sen ice Planned For Businesswoman SEE PAGE 3-A SHEEHY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HONORS VETERANS The Special Events Committee at Sheehy Elementary School hosted a Veterans Day Program Tuesday morning. The youngsters and staff dressed in their red, white and blue and displayed flags throughout the building to recognize the service veterans have given to this country. Among the veterans in attendance were Melvln Collins, Lon nie Banks and Earlie Williams, Jr. (PHOTOGRAPHY BY BRUNSON))


a: w Ill :!E w > 0 z c Group 01 Young Men Want To Help Rebuild CommunitY BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter a: Don't be co nfused or LL frightened b eca u se they all c a: LL c z <( c en w => t> a: wear bla ck and are organized. Buildin g Your Community (BYC) is a group of young m e n who were organized three weeks before the Honorable Minister I.:;ouis Farrakhan came to Tampa with his Day Of Atonement" message. Brother Jihad Amos Muhammad wanted to organized young men of all colors to join forces to create a community everyone will be proud of and feel safe raising their children in. The BYC i s open to whoever wants to join, Our primary focus is on low income and impoverish e d inner-city peopl e who want to take a part in rebuilding the community. "We are about savi ng our people. We are at war within our community and out. That' s why it s so important to rebuild our minds and way of thinking. We have a desire and the wil1, and we must stay strong a nd remain united. We must' a l so seek the knowledg e and wisdom of our e lders and not be afraid to learn from our From left to right: Johnny, Brother Jihad Amos Muhammad, and Patrick. friends and our enemies." Brother Jihad said h e's given a lot of thought as to what h e could do to make a diff e r e nc e to hi s community and hi s people. "The BYC is a compi l ation of uni ty We a r e a gath eri n g of young men who were e n emies at one time. I h e lped them realize their biggest e n emy was the im age in the mirror, not other yo un g brothers "The task that is a head is great and c h al l enging, but is worth it and it will take some sacrific in g a l ong the way. The reward will be great at the e nd if we ca n agree that we must rescue all that we ve lost, and restore order m our c01pmunities." Brother Jihad said we have to stop expecting outsiders to come in and make things ri ght, because mo s t of them lik e things the way they are. Things don' t change, be cause there are p eop l e who don' t want them to change. They want the d estruction to continue b ecause they profit from it an d after each war, we lose another piece of our heritag e and history. "All I want i s for knowledge to replace vanity and vio l ence, and respect to replace anger and displaced lo yalties. w > w c w en ::i Ill => D. z t= w ...J ...J => Ill ...J w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...J LL Automobile Accidents All Serious Injury Claims Wrongful Death Nursing Home Abuse Medical Malpractice Slip & Falls www.strin gerlawfirm.com B e f o r e ch oos mg a l awye r ask for w ntt e n 11 abou t th e l awye r 's lega l q u a lifi catro n s and expe n a n ce Help Needed In locating Missing Man ST. PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police are asking for help in locating a missing man. Johnny Lee Watts, 72, was last seen on Monday at 2 p.m at his residence, 2326 23rd Street South Mr. Watts is described as 5'10" tall weighing 152 pounds, salt and pepper hair, brown eyes, a little mustache, and is missing some front teeth. Mr. Watts was wearing a short rust brown leathe r coat, brown pants, brown shoes and red hospital socks He also was wearing a white baseball cap with the letter B on it Mr. Watts has Alzheimer s disease, high blood pressure and is diabetic. He was released from the l10spital Monday morning. Mr. Watts shuffles his feet when he walks and has limited communication skills. He may only be able to provide his first name. For more information, contact the St. Petersburg Public Information Office at (727) 8937550, or (727) 893-7780. Rare Disease Claims life Of Retired Tru-ck Driver On Wednesday, November 3rd, Augustus Tiller passed away after spending the past 8 months in various hospitals and care facilities. He was 80 years old. His wife, Glory Tiller, said her husband contracted a rare skin disease called Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infection. It is a very rare and severe type of bacterial infection that can destroy the muscles skin and underlying tissue. Praclicing T .aw In : Mrs. Tiller said prior to her husband contracting the infection he was not haying any serious health problems, and was just enjoying his retirement "It started on his hand and he had to have a finger amputated. Later, he had to have his arm 'opened -by surgery to get the infection out to prevent it from spreading all over his body. The infection stayed in his arm, he went into shock, and never recovered. Mrs. Tiller said doctors had no idea how he contracted the infection and asked if he had been out of the country. "We don' t know how he got the infection but I do want to create awareness and bring attention to this rare infection Don t take anything for granted when you get a cut. If may seem minor to you, but this infection could start and prove to be fatal. The Tillers were together for 16 years and between them, they have 12 children. Criminal Defense Family Law Person a l Inju ry Altom 'Y & Couns e lor At Law C pre-ss Poinl Olli(.'C P luk 10014 Dal Mubry, Suilc 101 Tampa, Ploridu 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-064J lririnll cl Uc wn itnt"11111nl lhal )U)cl uutt he based ooiCQ' .,_ l

Features :!! .)> Graveside Memorial Service Planned For Late Bookstore owner On Sunday a graveside service will take place to honor the memory of a Tampa community activist. The service for the lat e Mrs. Felecia Wintons Taylor will take place at Rose Hill Cemetery, 4406 E. Chelsea, at 3 p m., near the Praying Hands Monument. Mrs. Wintons Taylor died of Breast Can cer last year. A native of Lake City, Mrs. Wintons Taylor mov e d to T ampa to attend the University of South Florida. She graduated in 1981, with a B. A. degree in Business Administration and Finance. She pledged Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and remain ed active with the sor ority and in the community throughout her life. She opened the doors of Books For Thought in 1992, the first African American owned and operated bookstore m Hillsborou gh County. Num-MRS. FELECIA WINTONS TAYLOR Jan. 29, 1959 ---Nov. 14, 2009 erous authors visited th e bookstore from throughout the nation It closed in 2007. She was also an integr a l part of the Black Heritage Festival, serving as a founding board member and treasurer. Married to Bishop Nathan Taylor, she was the First Lady of Prevailing Word Worship Center, where be is the pastor Toddler Loved Airplanes And Motorcvcles z 0 < m s: m m Delores Franklin said h e r grandson, Ulysiss, Jr. was a f in e baby, and l oved airpl anes and motorcycl es. Ulysiss Franklin, Jr., 17months-old died Monday morning after h e was acc iden tall y run over by neighbor, Marcell Walsh. According to th e Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office, the accident occurred at 7=55 a.m. in the parking lot of the family duplex in Thonoto sassa Inv es tigators said Ulysiss got in front of a ve hicle that was backed into a parking space The vehicle was p arked next to the vehicle of is moth er, Shanita Claritt. Investigators said Claritt had w a lk e d out to her vehicle with Ulysiss and then walked to the dumpster. Walsh was back ed into the parking space sitting in the driver's seat talk in g with a n eighbor when he pulled away and struck Ulysiss with th e front of his car. Ulysiss was pronounced d ea d after arriving a t University ULYSISS FRANKLIN, JR. ... was killed when he was run over by neighbor. Community Hospital. Ms. Franklin said this wou ld ha ve been her grandso n s second Christmas and the e ntire family was looking forward to it. "I r e member he was burned once, an d since then he loved to say everythi ng was hot Even when he saw a light on he d point to it and say hot. Ulysiss loved mocking the :C dog barkin g a nd chasing the cat. He was a very active little boy. Ulysiss was born on Memo-0 rial Day May 25th, and his fa ther, Ulysiss, Sr. was born May 21st. His mother's birth day is also in May. When May came along, we'd all get together and have a great time It was a triple cele bration This has been very hard for both Shanita and Ulysiss, Sr. It's been especially devas tating for the father, because this is the second child he's lost in a tragic accident. Ms. Franklin said she'll miss her grandson running with his arms open for her to pick him up. "We ll all keep our memories 0 of Ulysiss and stay close to-:C gether to get through this g tough time in all of our lives. en Ray Williams Funeral Home m will be helping the family with arrangements. z m r-m c: r rm :::! z AUTO ACCIDENT REFERRAL SERVICE ""D c: m c News Alert: The. Florida law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0 000 For loss Wages And Medical Care ... FREEProhJssional SIJI'IIictJ! 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 Phannacy -Free Delivery Specializing In: Car, Bus, Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedesbian Incidents, Loss Wages, Wrongful Death And More ... le B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free: 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week en ::I: m c m < m :c -< c: m en c ):> z c


editorials/Columns N' a: w m :e w > 0 z >= icC c a: LL FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) W. W. Andrews 1874-1931 (1919) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER ALLISON WELLSCLEBERT CFO Subscriptions-$44 00 6 Months Both Editions : $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opin i ons expres sed on e ditorial p ag es o f thi s n e w spa per by C olu mn is t s or G ues t Writ e r s do n o t n e ces sa r i l y r eflec t the edi t o rial s t a n ce of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Pubr.s h er Alex Sink, We Never Abandoned You C I magine our shock and sadness when we disco-a: vered news reports that revealed defeated DemoLL 0 cratic candidate for Florida governor Alex Sink was z busy blaming President Barack Obama for her razor< thin loss to gubernatorial incumbent Rick Scott. Reportedl:y, Sink believed Pres. Obama and his staff's poor handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill and his stand on health r ,eform was too much to 1-"overcome," as Sink reputedly put it. Maybe former candidate Sink would consider that w her camp did a poor job of marketing her achieverij ments and the numerous accomplishments of the c Obama Administration and Congress, which was the most productive Congress in nearly half-a century. CIJ Instead of casting blame upon President Obama, the losing candidates like Sink need to begin now ;::, working together on a 2012 marketing strategy that L constantly informs and reminds voters of exactly what actually happens in Congress. tu ..J ..J ;:) m ..J w z t= m Taking Our Schools Back I A s newly invested Republicans lick their chops ii: over recent political victories, perhaps, they 9 also need to think about how they intend to rescue LL America's woefully beleaguered public education system. A local high school parent recently experienced a scare when her child texted her to inform her that she needed to come to get him because his school had suffered a fire. As the student began to further explain his school ordeal to his mother, he mentioned certain incidents of teacher-student taunting, saying teachers openly attacked students due to race or ethnicity. The young mari's comments brought back memories of local and natiQnal schools during the late 1960s and early 1970s. During those years, newly integrated high schools and middle schools were tinderboxes of raCial tension, based on a woefully ill-eqp.ipped and almost outmanned school system set up to educate and inform students, adrninistrators and teachers on how simply to "get along." As Republicans take Qver both state and national responsibilities, perhaps, they may recall the heroes l of earlier years who helped public education to surw vive and to thrive. After all, if we do not remember CJ our history,. whether Republican or Democrat, we are doomed to repeat our failures. I No Power Shih In Congress I The Republicans had a week to celebrate their takeover of the Federal House of Representatives and their gains in the Florida Senate. Now, the time has come for them to come back to earth and truly assess what they have really accom plished That in reality is nothing. I've been hearing the Re publicans repeatedly talk about what they are going to do in the House. Unless they get off the sideline and work with the Democrats they aren t going to do a single thing. As I recall the Democ rats still control the Senate and President Barack Obama still sits in the White House with his veto pen. My knowledge of the Unit ed States Constitution tells me that in order for a bill to become a law it has to pass both the House and the Senate and then be signed into law by the President. How do the Republicans intend to circumvent that process? Republicans need to stop talking about repealing the healthcare bill. They can't. A more do-able thing is to say that they intend to try and change it and make it better. President Obama's veto pen won't allow them to re peal the hectl.thcare law, and they won't be able to get the votes to overturn a veto. Let me remind the chest thumping Republicans that while the Democrats were in charge of the House they passed bill after bill that was sent to the Senate where they never see the light of day. Unless Democrats and Re publicans work together, the same thing is going to happen Having the House con trolled by Republicans isn t The Young Racist And The Old Racist: A Conversation T women sat in a wood paneled den and re viewed the mayhem they had helped to unleash upon the American people. Puff ing dense smoke from fat ci gars and sipping chilled cognac from crystal cups a young racist and an old racist gazed admiringly at each other. For if they had been thieves, they would re cently have committed a perfect political crime. And they both knew it. The young racist was first to speak Congratulations, he said to the old racist, "we got America back. "Got America back, hell," huffed the old racist, "we never lost America in the first place. Young man, don't you know that was just a ploy to get white Americans to pour out of their homes in droves and go to the polls to vote for their fears?" --. "But that's where you're wrong, objected the young racist. "The reason why Americans voted the way they voted, this past election was because they were sick and tired of the way Amexica was being governed, and they The young racist was inter rupted by the old racist's boisterous laugh Ha haaah! Don t you know America was in trouble long before that colored feller Barack Obama got in of fice? Hell he had as much to do with the meltdown of America as a honey-bee has to do with vinegar! George W. Bush is the varmint what ran off with a multi trillion dollar surplus, not Barack Obama!" "But Sir," said the young racist, "I thought the count less attack-s on the Obama administration and all of the other things we d been say.,. ing were simply said because Barack Obama had done s uch a terrible job in the White House!" "Are you kiddin ?" sput-. tered the old racist. "Hell, that boy just got in the White House, less than two years ago. And not even Richard Nixon messed tiie White House in less tl1an two years. "Then tell me, said the necessarily a bad thing. With the economy like it is, and people crying for much needed jobs, the Republicans cannot control the House and just sit on their hands and not work with Democ rats to make something hap pen. Voters won't like that in 2012. You don't have to worry about voter turnout in 2012. The presidency will be on the ballot and all voters vote in presidential elections. Economic conditions have turned the political scene into the Tennessee waltz. Voters don't mind changing partners. If the Democrats and the Republicans continue to play partisan politics and don't change the economic system in a positive manner, it could hurt both parties in 2012. Voters might be willing to turn to the Tea Party : Today, it ain't about politics, it is about jobs, pure and simple. The 2010 elections have put more Republicans in Con gress. But, it did not shift the balance of power. Instead, it put both parties on the s pot. Produce or ELSE. young racist, who looked about ready to scream or faint, "if this fellow, Barack Obama did not do all of the evil, stupid things we said he did, then why aren't we giv ing him a chance to become a successful president?" "BECAUSE HE'S A NEGRO!" the old ex ploded. And if we don't tear him down and make him look bad, when his adminis tration is over, there1l be another Negro runnin' just like him! Hell they're even thinkin about runnin' Oprah Wmfrey for president ... either her or Condoleezza Rice." But I thought Condoleezza was on our side, sputtered the young racist. SHOOT! NO NEGRO IS ON OUR SIDE! Not Colin Powell, not Michael Steele, not none of em! But what about Black Republicans?" "What about 'em?" the old racist laughed. "You'd be surprised what a hug and handshake can do." "So, you had it all figured out," smiled the young racist. "Yep," answered the old racist, "when it comes to race and politics, like Shakespeare said, 'The people are" sheep! "' The young racist and the old racist laughed, shook hands and leaned deeper into their overstuffed chairs. Democrac y indeed, is an imprecise science


"TT Features :c Fire At Business Closes Hillsborough Avenue Firemen stand outside of The Nail Gallery, 322 W. Hillsborough Avenue. On Monday, the fire department was called after the building filled with smoke. (Photo courtesy of the Tampa Fire Department). Members of the Tampa Fire Department responded to a fire at a local business shortly before noon on Monday. More than 20 firefighters respond ed to the Nail Gallery, 322 W. Hills borough Avenue in reference to the fire Firemen were from fire stations in Seminole Heights, Hilldale, Bel mont Heights, Robles Park, and downtown. According to a spokesman for the Tamp1;1 Fire Department, the fire was reported at 11:49 a.m, Upon their ar rival, the firemen could easily smell smoke ahd saw it from the outside engulfing the building After entering the building, firefighters saw the smoke coming from the air ducts. The spokesperson said it was de temlined that Ms. Yarnina Scales, an employee of the business, un locked the business doors, went in and turned on the heat. Within min utes, she smelled smoke and called for help. It was later determined through investigation that dust and debris had gathered on the heating e1ements of the central heat unit. When the heat came on the dust and debris burned off creating the smoke scare. No fire damage was located in the building. Hillsborough Avenue at Ola Avenue was closed in both directions for about 30 minutes leader 01 Belmont Heights Estates Is Moving z 0 < m s:: m m :D BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Things are changing at Belmont Heights Estates, and among them will be the departure of Ms. Billi Griffin. Although Ms. Griffin will no longer be the Resident Association President at BHE, she will keep her seat on the Tampa Housing Authority's Board of Directors. Ms. Griffin is relocating to the Mer dian Apartments, and promises that she will keep a keen eye on what's happen ing at BHE. "There are some changes going on that I'm not too comfortable with, so I thought it was best I relocated. I want to assure the seniors that I still have their bet interest at heart, and they aren't being abandoned." Tampa Housing Authority CEO, Jerome Ryans, said he feels Ms. Griffin is doing a great job on the Board and as long as she's receiving subsidies, she'll remain on the Board. "There are some changes at BHE such as a new regional director and general manager. Contrary to rumors, the Sen ior Center is safe. "Ms. Griffin is the brightest and smartest of all the board members who've served in her position in the past and always asks questions. Ryans said he will personally make sure the residents get the services the y BIIil GRIFFIN deserve. "The seniors Will not suffer due to Ms. Griffin's departure. I've told the man agement team we will make sure the residents are treated fairly, and if any problems arise, they will be replaced. "I also think a private security com pany will be patrolling the area, and working closely with Tampa Police officers already on patrol. Ryans said they will stay on top of ...... 1\) 0 ...... 0 what's going on at BHE. ;:!! "We know there are some issues over 0 there, and we've got our hands on the :!! situation and we' re in constant contact with everyone, including the owners in New Jersey." Ms. Griffin will be leaving at the -end of the month. No replacement has been named at this time as the new Resident Association President. en m z :::! z m r.-m c: r. r-!!1 z "'0 c: m !: en m c tn < m :D -< -1 c: m en c )> z c "TT :!! c


c a: u. c z < c CJ) w ::::l 1-> ffi > w c w l: CJ) ::i CD ::::l D.. z tj ..J ..J ::::l CD ..J w z i= z w CJ) a: 0 ..J u. It's What we Make It For years people have tried to convince themselves that hell is a place where your body is consumed in flames, while maggots eat at your flesh and little demons antagonize you with pitchforks, the Dante's Inferno version. Growing up, that is what I believed. If I didn t eat all of my vegetables, disobeyed my parents or acted out in school, I was_ destine d to visit that dark and scary place ... Talk about pressure. As I became older and began my own study, I start ed to question some of these frightening images from my Sunday School lessons. First, I thought how a spirit, which has no bodily form could be burned by fire? Then I wondered how and why a Creator would take His most belove d mas t e r piece and discard it in such a horrific manner as a means of punishment? Of course, any father would admonish hi s child for wrongdoing. But that severely? I mean, I'm a man, cor-rupted by flesh, and I would never think of subjecting any of my children to such a fate. So why would a being so much greater, inflict such torture upon his own? I came to the conclusion that hell is not the mythical place of fire and brimstone preached about so fervently from church pulpits. To the contrary, it is a mental state created as a by-product of our own ihoughts and actions. God didn t have to d esignate a particular location for our extreme correction. He did something even more effective and ingenious. He gave us a conscious and long-term memory to remind us of how adversely we were affected b y not living as th e virtuous b e ing s we were created to be. Consequently, h e ll b eco m es not a place we're sent but, a mind state w e ente r as individua li ze d as our fing e rprints. Th e conseq u ences of n ega tiv e behavior as spo k e of in the Bibl e manifest themselves through th e trial s and tribulations we encounter as a result of the type of energy we put into motion. Jesus called it "reaping what you The fruit of bad decisions and malicious acts are returned in the form of bitter nectar to the person who planted the harvest. For people like myself who constantly reflect on the. negativity of the behavior that ultimately made pain and suffering a daily component of life, hell is a reality that already exists. To die and be exposed to even further torment is equivalent to being hung, revived and then drowned. The God of my faith could never be that cruel. Besides, if there were an afterworld even more wicked than the one we inhabit where murder, may hem, rape, corruption, genocide, war and all types of nefarious deeds occur regu larly, it would have to be a place we created for ourselves through our own twi sted and warped imagi nation. Anyone wanting to contact Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr 43110-otS; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, S. C. 29512. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATIORNEYS AT LAW MATIHEW KOCHEVAR. EsQ. THOMAS E flARNELL. ESQ ERIC M MOORE. ESQ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK. MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, OR MEDICAL MALPRACTI RIOUS IN URIES. (Bl A vi 2 \N \V \V .l ; I I; I) S ;\ N I ) I ';\ I Z N ll l.. C 0 M ---------------flRM IS RATED "AV" BY INDALE-HUBBELL, THE HIGHEST RATING FOR LEGAL ABILITY AND ETHICAL STANDARD, WORLDWIDE. T1to Hiring If A lawyer 18 AnlmfX>rltlnt Dc8/clo11 T1tat Not B u Bon'f l &>/e l y Upmr AdvertlumtJnl &!foro You Decid/1. Atk U.1 711 Send You FREE Wrillan Altorll qur Qualiflt :OIIon. Ami State Senator To Serve As Pro Tempore TALLAHASSEE-Incoming Senate Democrati'c Leader Nan Rich (DWeston) on Wednesday announced her selection of Senator Arthenia Joyner (D-Tampa) to serve as her pro tempore for the 2010-2012 legislative term. "Senator Joyner is recog nized as a spirited advocate for human rights and crimi nal justice reform, as well as a savvy businesswoman attuned to the needs of the communities she serves." As a leader in the Caucus, she will continue that same passionate dedication to our state' s residents, ensuring that the campaign promises to get Florida back to work are the promises kept," Senator Rich said. Senator Joyner, an attor ney first elected to the Senate m 2006, will be the SENATORARTHENIA JOYNER Democratic Caucus' second in command. She previously served as a Democratic Whip during the last two adminis trations. 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NUCP To Hold Branch Elections m The Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will hold its 2010 Branch Election on Thursday, November 18th. The election will take place at the Branch Office, 308 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., Suite "C," from 4:30 p. m. until 6:30 p.m. In order to vote in a Branch e lection one must be a member in good standing prior 'to October 18th, 30 days prior to the election. A form of identifi cation is required. Members who are eligible to vote are asked to cast ballots for the Officers and Executive Committee Membership for the 2011-2012 terms. The General Membership Meeting will begin at 7 p.m., following the election. The re sults of the election will be an nounced during the meeting. The meetings are open to the public and members of the community are encouraged to attend, ask questions, voice concerns, or participate in dis cussions For additional infor mation on the NAACP, or if you have any issues or con cerns, contact Ms. Pat Spencer, Secretary or Dr. Carolyn Collins, President at (813) 234-8683. Financialliteracv Council Seeks Nominauons The Florida Financial Liter. acy Council (FFLC) is seeking to receive the Champion of Financial Literacy Award. The FFLC is accepting nomi nations for the 2011 Cham pion of Financial Literacy Award through November 30, 2010. The criteria for nomina tions include Innovation & Creativity, Quality Impact Sustainability, and Scope. Three semi-finalists will be chosen by a sub-committee. A full panel will determine the fi nalist. Applications for both indi viduals and organization s with a commitment to promoting financial literacy in Florida will be accepted. Electronic nominations will be accepted at FFLC@ myfloridacfo com Applications can be mailed to: Florida Financial Literacy Council, Department of Finan cial Services, 200 East Gaines Street, Room 518, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0302. Visit the website at www.MyFloridaCFO.com/FF LC COFAward.him or call (850) 413-3089 or toll free at 1-877 My-FL -CFO (1877693-5236) for more in forma tion. CLASS BANKING --Service Understanding Passion You don't. draw a line between your business and personal life. Neither do we. Your business deserves undMded attention. And that's exactly what you can expect. We'll get to krow you, as well as your bUsiness. So we might suggest Online Payroll as your business expands, but we'll also talk about the other things that can keep you up at night. Like tuition. That level of service is more than just our promise, it's your right. To see all the ways we can serve your business, visit suntrust.comlbusinessclass or call SUNTRusr Partnership Solutions Ltft SollcL lank Solid. SunTrust Bank, Member FDIC. 02010 Sun Trust Banks, Inc. Sun Trust and live Solid. Bank Solkl. are federally "'1Jistered servlce maries of Sun Trust Banks, Inc. :: m m :::u ., r-0 :::u c )> en m z ::! z m r-m c: r rm ::! z .,. :2 c


,... First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Celebrates 50 Years The First Bapti s t Churc h of Pro g r e s s V illa ge i s ce l ebra tin g its soth Jubilee Annive rsary beginning with Sundayi s Se rvi ces, N o vembe r 14, 201 0 (See advertisem ent in this i ss u e ). 0 In 1960 a d e di ca t e d group fE o f m e n and wome n h a d a c vis ion. Th ey ca m e t oge th e r t o Z address the n ee d f o r a churc h <( in the new l y d eve l o p e d r es i d entia l are a know n a s Progress Villa ge W They began o rganizing Sunday School sess ion s w hi c h > w ere h eld in private home s ffi and sometimes e ve n in ca r s. > E ventually, arrangements W we .re made for the m embe r s c w REV. ROOSEVELT ROBINSON t o m ee t a t th e sc h oo l w hi c h they occupie d for nearl y 2 yea rs. U n d e r t h e leaders h ip of t h e l a t e Reverend B. T. Williams, th e churc h co ntin u e d t o g r ow. It soo n b eca m e evi d ent that a s p ace o f the ir own w as n ee d e d The m emb e r s b egan t o r a i se mon ey b y vario u s m etho ds, s u c h as, pageants, sell i n g dinners, m ember d o n a tion s and at o n e p oint eve n u s in g savi n gs s t amps. Th ese m embe r s we r e d e di ca t e d and d e t ermine d t o f ollow th e divin e vis i o n In Hi s time, God blessed the ir e ffor ts and th e membe r s h a d r a ised e n o u g h m o n ey to DR. SAMUEL MAXWELL purc hase the l and and the building curre ntl y lo ca t e d a t 861 6 Prog r ess Blv d T h e vis io n co ntin ue d unde r t h e lead e r s hi p of t wo othe r p as t o r s : ( th e l a t e ) Reverend Roosevelt Robinson and the current S e ni o r Teaching Pastor, Dr. Samuel Maxwell. Tod ay, th e vis i o n continues with the building of a new churc h in Prog ress V illage, w hi c h i s expect e d t o b e co m pl ete d i n January 2011. W h e r e t h e r e i s n o vis i o n the peopl e p e rish: but h e that keep eth the law, happy is h e Proverbs 29:18 cn :::i m ::l a.. z tu Hillsborough Countv To Hold Investiture 01 Commissioners,Organizational Meeting ...J ...J ::l m Hillsborough County will hold its investiture c e r emony on Tuesday, No v. 16 at 9 a m to administerthe oath of office to Commissione r s e lect Victor Crist, Leslie "Les" Miller, and Sandra :Murman andnewly r e e l ecte d Conunissioners Ken Hagan and Mark Sharpe. The ce r emouj n y will be held in the 2nd Floor Boardroo m County Cente r 6 0 1 E. K enne d y Blv d. downtown Z Tampa. A r e c eption will b e h eld imme di a t e l y fo.llo win g the ce r emony T h e publi c i s invi t e d. z w en :C 0 ...J LL Manifestations Worldwide, Inc Congregatiorial Life Center Groundbreakin Ceremon ______ _A _________ __ The Center for Manifestation, 3102 E. Lak e Ave Tampa FL 33610, is conducting a ground breaking ceremony to mark the commencement of construction for its Congregational Life Center on Sunday, November 14,2010 at 1:30 p m T he pro ject is expected to be completed in May of 2011 at a cost of nearly $1 million. Due to the operational needs of it.s thriving congregation that is now nearly 1 ,500 members, the church is expanding to facilitate the developmental needs of its youth, as w e ll as the need to create fellowship space for its congregants The new building will be a two story multi use building of n e arly 10,000 square feet and will also serve as operational space for the church's new theological training programs. L e ading the groundbreaking c eremony ar e Dr. Mark and Lisa Jones, found e rs of Manifestations World wide, a non denominational church in east Tampa, with offices and mi s sionary programs in Mrica, Asia and E urope DR. MARK & LISA Sunday, November 14, j Theme: "The Accountability Of The Church" l Hebrews 12:6-11 Hope Of Shiloh Community Church 1 39.10 E. Conover-Tampa, Florida 33610 r (813) 236-8353 Elder Robert E. Benn, Sr.-, Pastor I r JOIN The Pre-Thanksgiving PARTY I SATURDAY, 2010 1 T1me: 2:00 p.m. lace: Nuccio Recreation f'ortor t 4805 East Sligh Avenue Tampa, FL 33610 -Free FOOD FQR .EVERYONE -Full Turkey Dinner -1 -tor TOYS for Christmas -MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT -Help for the Elderly & Families -Presented by: www. Feed Our Children .org Dr. Moses Brown-Founder 813-784-1021 Thursday, November 11th, 7:30pm Greater Friendship MB Church, Rev. Madison Friday, November 12th 7:30pm House of Prayer MB Chli'Ch, T. R. Coverson, Pastor Sunday, November 14h,'11:00am Wnr<.mln Service -New Church Family ln.charge


'Local Hero' Views Volunteerism As Her Ministrv ; BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last week, Ms. Evangeline (Van) Best sat on the first row in the Tampa The ater. She was one of five peo ple designated a "Local Heroes" during the 2010 Hillsborough County Neigh borhood Excellence Initia tive Awards Progran1. Ms. Best was recognized for her service and contribu tions through neighborhood volunteerism. As part of the recognition, the honorees selected a non profit organization as the re cipient of a $5,000 Bank of America Charitable Founda tion award. Ms. Best se lected the Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc. as the recipi e nt of her award. For the past 20 years, Ms. Best has worked to improve the lives of the people of East Tampa. She began serving her community as a Social Worker. "I didn't do just a lit tle because I get my standards from a higher source." That attitude remained with her as she transitioned Among those who attended the awards program held at the Tampa Theater were on the first row: Mrs. Betty Bell, Mrs. Curtiss Wilson, Mrs. Evangeline (Van) Best, award recipient; Ernest Coney, Jr., Interim Executive Director, CDC ofTampa, Inc., Mrs. Chloe Coney, CDC ofTampa, Inc.; founder; and Ms. Darlene Johnson, award recipient and Bank of America Branch Manager. Award attendees on the second row are Rev. Dr. Maxine Woodside, Ms. Carla Jackson, Ms. J. C. Richardson, Ms. Rudean Crawley, Ms. Kim Miner, Eugene Richardson, Ralph Smith, Executive Director of Computer Mentors Group, Inc., and Pastor Ernest Coney, Sr. (Photography by BRUNSON). from Social Work e r to Com munity Worker in th e form of volunteerism. She selected the CDC of Tampa Inc., a s the recipient of the award be cause the organization mir rors her concerns and her methodology. "I had written and re hearsed a speech for the pro gram. But, the Holy Spirit had put something in my heart and I just had to do what th e Hol y Spirit said. I had wanted to talk about the relationship I have ...,;th Mrs. Chloe Coney and Mrs. Toni Watts. We are three independent women who came together to make things better in the community People are losing their homes, but all of those who went through the FirstTime Homeowners Program are still in their homes. That is what I mean by giving people everything that they need, that is going further than required They m help people get back on their 3: feet. This is why I have vol-unteered With them for so :::0 I many years." """' ,!') Ms. Best said the years N of volunteerism have allowed her to grow as well. "I was o given opportunities to do things that I never would have otherWise. I have trav eled extensively, I have learned, and I have met people I would not have ever met." During her tenure as a volunteer, she has learned enough to teach others. Ms. Best currently serves as an Independent Contractor who trains others in the Neigh. borhood Works Program. While sitting in the the ater, Ms. Best said she had a few moments to reflect on her life's journey. "I sat there and just looked up at the lights and I remembered a 0 time when I wasn't allowed :::0 in the Tampa Theater. My message was to give hope to en anyone, the God we serve Will turn any sit back around :::::! and it Will be the right thing." THE O'HALO GOSPEL SINGERS raJ c: r rm -4 ) -Theme; 'Lltf Ety ant1 Jesus" fj Church: Faith Ctuch of God in Christ Adaes&: 5610 M.LK. Jr. Blvd. Tampa, FL 33610 p PASTOR: MARION CRAWFORD Saturcta, November 13, 2010 i 6 p.m. z 'lJ c: aJ r-c;; :::z::: m c m < m :::0 < -4 c: m en c l> z c :!:! c Guest church for Friday November 12, 2010 7pm Genesis Worship Center PASTOR ALFONZO BROUGHTON Official D edication Service Sunday, November 14,2 .010 11am Faith Alive Mass Choir Guest Speaker REV. FRED SANDERS Dinner will be lerved for our guests and friends Min. Anthony Henry Rev. EViiD Burrows Guest Preacher Min. Jelfery Grilfin Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr. Pastor.


E Local N N ,... a: w m :E w > 0 z Student Needs Help To Anend Youth leadershiP Forum BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Garrett i s trying to raise the $3,000 Taylor w ill n ee d to make the trip to At-Maria Garrett is a proud C mom. Her daughter, Taya: lor Johnson, wa s nomiLL lanta. ''I' m ve r y proud of m y d aughte r and I think she's a very bright student. She's also th e first student since 2008 to b e nominated to atte nd the forum from King. c a: LL c z c en w ::::::1 .... w > w c w J: en ::::i m ::::::1 a. nated by her biolog y teacher to participate in the National Youth Leadership Forum, a 10-day e duca tional program in Atlanta. Taylor is a freshman a t King High S c hool and Ms. Ms. Garrett said Taylor aspires to be an "Living In A Higher Place There ls A Higher Purpose For Your Life! Hear Dr. Jon es declare purpose qfter witnessing her fiance's murder. Hear how the love & authority of God supersedes the traditions of church and Hear how PURPOSE is begging to comeforth in You!!!!!!! Be In Revival With Dr. Davina A. Jones A revival to help you discover & revive your Higher Purpose! 2 NIGHTS ONLY! Friday, November 12th 7 9:30 pm Saturday, November 13th 7-9:30 pnr at Mountain Top International Fellowship 7411 E. Comanche Ave./ Tampa, FL Sponsor: Nla Inspirations drdavlnajonesChotmall.com TAYLOR JOHNSON tric ian when s he graduates high school. ''I'm a registered nurse and I have a Master's de gree in Social Work. Grow ing up in that environment is how Taylor got interested in the medical field." Taylor said attending this program will enable h e r to further her interest in the field of women's health and reach her career 1rst Baptist Church of Progress Villa 8616 Progress Blvd. Tampa, Fl33619 "Growing the Church for Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 ; Rom. 1:8; 1 Thes. 1 :8) DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., TH. D -Senior Teaching Pastor 5tJd fuMe November 14, 2010 November 21,2010 Sunday, November 14th, 7:30a.m.-PASTOR MICHAEL PRICE Sl James AME Church, Tampa, FL and Congregation Sunday, November 14, 11:00 a m.-PASTOR ANDRE WRIGHT True Praise Institutional Full Gosp&l Baptist Church, Douglas, GA z i= w ...I ...I ::::::1 m ...I w z College Hill COGIC i= z w en c a: 0 ...I u.. (6414 North 30th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 I 813-239-3161) Featuring: Hill Teenage Choir, Children's Choir & ge Hill Mass Choir With Special Guests: A.K.A. (b.nointed Kadeem & Anthony) & S1s. Mary Grace (ao accomplished pianist born with a disab ility that should have made p laying Lhe piano almos t impossible. YotJ bave to see it to believe it!) ""We do ask yo11 brin g 011 tmwrappe(/ toy for c hildren in treed the sellson Sis. Karin Thompson Minister of Music Elder Charles Davis Pastor goal of becoming an obste trician. I've maintained a 3 9 GPA in the International Baccalaureate Program at King and I'm also a cellist in the orchestra. I recently represented my school at the All-County Orchestra last year." Taylor said imagine being given an opportunity for a life-changing experi ence, and not being able to take advantage of it because of a lack of funds My participation in this program depends on whether I can raise the $ 2,560 for tuition and $125 for the tuition/travel pro-tection plan. My mom is committed to pay for the remainder of the tuition that I cannot rai se. We are w orking on a fundraising event at a local skating rink to help with the costs." Sponsorship donations for Taylor Johnson can b e made/sent directl y to the National Leadership Youth Forum at NYLF attention p ayment processing, 1919 Gallows Road, Suite 700, Vienna, Virginia 22182. Mak e checks paya ble to NYLF and include Taylor' s name and Student ID number: 503263-3010657339.


f>irthda Celebration St. Pete Native Hosts Fundraiser In Honor Of Father's 60th Birthdav z The 6oth birthday celebrant, Dr. Reggie Ligon with his wife, Dr. Mendee Ligon. Attorney Shannon A. Ligon, founder of Legac y Entertainment and Arts Foundation hosted a fundraiser in honor of her father, St. Petersburg den tist Dr. Reggie Ligon's 6oth birthday The party for Dr. Reggie was also sponsored by Shannon's mom, St. Petersburg dentist, Dr. Mendee Ligon and her aunt, Atty. Michelle Ligon. One hundred seventy five guests enjoyed their bayside gardens which was transposed into a Black /White Arab i an nights settin g with live belly dancing. Attorney Ligon spoke about the creat i on of LEAF and its mission to promote e du cation and m e ntoring for youth through the arts and enteJtain ment fields. Some of the gues t s attending were: Judge Perry Little,Dr. Joseph and Monique Jackson, Ron and Mary Ronz, Del and Stephanie Goforth, Ed and Sylvia Ameen, Dr. David and Mary Jo Baras, Larry and Pam Williams, Dr. Bennett and Denise Smith, Kay Andrews, Jerry and Ruth Bell, I.V. and Margarette Spears, Dr. William and Joyce Marsh, Vincent and Karen LaWTence, Dr. Fred and Marlene Guerrier. There were also man y guests from out of s tat e in attendance. Proc ee ds from the even t will provid e funds to Tas ca, M e h arry Medical Col l ege Student Fund and th e Hearts for Haiti Miss ion (Photos courtesy of Allene Gammage). Don Fryson, Brian Ligon, Atty. Shannon Ligon, Tony and Jacqueline McGee. Dr. Ligon's sister, Atty. Michelle (Shelli) Ligon and best friend, Mr.Jerome Harris. Y THE KEY Evan Ligon and Shaelina Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. I.V. (Margarette) Spears. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry (Ruth) Bell. Dr. and Dr. Kenyon (Toni) Fort. TO A CHILD' S POTENTIAL BECOME A FOSTER PARENT r www.heartlandforchlldren.org 863.519.8900 ext. 289 \j Dr. and Mrs. Andy (Joy) Dr. and Mrs. Russell McCloud. (Deirdre) Jackson. Carol Demeron, Dr. Ligon and Joyce Marsh. New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, Inc. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Saturday, November 13, 2010 9".3lA.M. :lJP.M. Rev Dr. Walter J Williams, Pastor Ctym Washington President Vlcto!y Temple Outreach Ministries, Inc.' s Sobstancl Abuse Ministry meets on 4th Monday en m z :::! z m r-1 III c r rm :::! z "tJ c III c en ::I: m c m < m :II c m en c )> z c :II c


lnTheSpotHght a: w m :!E w > 0 z Communitv Book Signing Event Planned Th e Tampa Cotillion-D e buC tant Or ga nization will host a fE Communi ty Book Signing on Saturday, Nov e mber 13th at 1 p.m. Th e eve nt will tak e place at th e West Tampa Branch Library 2312 W. Union Str..eet. Entitled Family Affair ," the book signing will feature three artists from Tampa The event is free and open to the public. The visiting authors will be on hand to -sign autographs and meet with members of the community The featured authors are: Mrs. Helen Neal Ali, an Author, Motivational Speaker, and Licensed Coun selor. She is the author of O.K For e ver: A Book of Hope. c Dr. George Foxx, a a: Tampa resident, is an educaLL tor, author, v eteran, and business owner. He will sign

' Local sP-..;...o....;rts_. ______ _r>_la_c_k_C_o_lle..._g_..e_li_o_Ot_b_a_U ___________ Bucs Trv To comeback Undefeated Wildcats Against Panthers Storm Pirates ShiP i the Carolina Panthers. The J:l RAHEEM MORRIS Last week, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have lost the game against their NFC South rival, Atlanta Falcons, but their performance has certainly turned the heads of a lot of doubters about just how good this young team is. This week, the Bucs will enjoy the home confines of Raymond James Stadium when they face off against Bucs beat the Panth ers 20-7 in Carolina in the ir second game of the season, and you can bet the Panthers will be looking to do the same against the Bucs. The Panthers will be coming off a 34-3 pounding by the New Orleans Saints at home. Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman continues to mature each game, in spite of the two interceptions he tossed last week. The Bucs (5-3) are favored to beat the Panthers (1-7) and will enter the contest with a much improved offensiv e line and defense Head Coach Raheem Morris said fans can expect to see more of LeGarrett Blount, but starter Carnell "Cadillac" Williams will get his share of carries. The Panthers will b e without the services of starting quarterback Matt Moore as rookie Jimmy Clausen will start. BY TED TAYLOR The Beth un e-Cookman Wildcats h elped the Hampton Pirates celebrate Homecoming on Saturday afternoon in a way not appreciate d by the Pirates. Among the crowd of 12,244 was the Wildcats band and a host of followers in the cara van of buses heading up I-95, to witness the 23-18 defeat of the Pirates. The start of the game surprised most observers as B-CU went scoreless in the opening quarter. Actually, Hampton took the lead early in the seco nd quarter on a 36-yard field goal by Rodrigo Hernandez. B-CU match e d the score on a 23-yarder b y Kory Kowalski, after the recov ery by Ryan Lewis of the first of four Pirat e fumbles at the HU 8-yard line. Hampton was not swayed, though as they went on an 11-play, 64 yards drive on the next possession using 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 10:20 A.M. 1:05 P.M. For Students In The SGA Room M-F 10:00 A.M.-3:30P.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 We ek! Tuesday, November 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 Tampa, 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. For More Information Please Contact Mrs. Frances Cheeks Jennings At 813-254-2229, Mr. Ronald Adams At 813M309-3503 Or Ernest Reese 813-986-5690 ...... field. The point-after kick 1\J was blocked and returned by Robert Mcintosh for the ...... 0 two-point conversion, but B-CU had the lead 16-12. Hampton responded with a 51-yard run by Robinson, to re-tal the Aggies used a Shidler Z 21-yard field goal for a 19-16 advantage. On its posses-J:l sian, FAMU running back C Phillip Sylvester scored on a 14yar d run Neither team brought its offense to the game as the Rattlers had 260 yar ds offense the Aggies only 216. Next up for the 6-3, 5-1 Rattlers is a Saturday afternoon game -in Bragg Stadium against the Hampton University Pirates. The 5-4, 4-2 Pirates gave BethuneCookman all it could handle at homecoming in Hampton, I Virginia, last Saturday, in a 23-!!Sloss.


Bucs Head Into 2nd Half The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished the first half of the 2010 football season with an unexpected 5-3 mark. Their three losses came from three well-respected teams. If the Bucs can do as well in the second half, they will make the playoffs with a 10-6 record. son. Is UF Behind The Newton Rumors? The University of Florida had Auburn's potential All American and Heisman Trophy winning quarterback CamNewton.Newtonisa Tim Tebow type quarterback, only bigger faster and better. Newton left Florida and is now leading Auburn toward an undefeated season. They can get off to a good start by beating the 1-7 Carolina Panthers for the second time this season. The Pa nthers want to win this game at Raymond James Stadium in the worst way. But, at the end of the day, they should be the Bucs 6th victim of the year. That will double the number of victo-ries the Bucs had all last sea-Suddenly, all kinds of rumors are emerging about Newton. Much of it comes from hi s s h01t stay at Florida. The question is, how much of this is coming from UF. As one sportswrite r said, if Auburn was 7-3 and Florida 0-------------------------------------a: LL. c z <( w :::1 1- > a: w > w -J w z i= z w en a: 0 -J LL. Housing t\uthorihJ DREAM! BELIEVE! ACHIEVE! TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY'S 2010 SCHOLARSHIP BANQUET SCHEDULED FOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2010 AT THE HYATT REGENCY DOWNTOWN TAMPA HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED. A SCHOLARSHIP EVENT IS BEING PLANNED FOR THE. FALL OF 2011. TO All OF OUR SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS, THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT AND WE HOPE THAT WE CAN COUNT ON YOU NEXT YEAR TO HELP SEND ELIGIBLE PUBLIC AND ASSISTED HOUSING YOUTH TO COLLEGE. FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION OR QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT LILLIAN C. STRINGER, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS AT 813-253-0551, EXT. 104. as 10-0 there would be no such rumors. Newton is an African American. Looking Ahead To Football Championships What Has Cameron Newton Done To Desene Thisil Hillsborough County high school football teams have one more game before the road to the state championship starts. The county teams in the playoffs are set, 14 teams in 6 classes.will begin the journey. In Class 5A, Brandon, Tampa Bay Tech Plant and Plant City will represent the county. Hillsborough, Sickles and Armwood will vie for that 4A crown. In 3A, Jefferson is the sole county team. In 2A, Jesuit and Robinson will wear the county colors. Tampa Catholic will try to win in 2B, while Berkley Prep will go for the Class A championship. Congratulations go out to all of th ese teams for making the playoffs. Unfortunately, all of them will not be able to win. Arm wood and Jefferson s hould b e h eavi l y favored to w in championships. Jesuit a nd Berkley Prep should b e con sidere d strong contenders for a crown. To th e rest of the t ea ms I say, goo d try. Basketball Player OfTheYear The Boys and Girl s Players of th e Y ea r in Hillsborough County a ppear to a lock in both categories. The Girls Player of the Year shol.lld be Sickles ', 6 4 All American, Amber Henson. Henson h as won the award tw ic e all r eady and should complete the trifecta this year. The senior forward/center h as committed to Duke. The Boys Player of the Year is no stranger to ba sketball fans. He is 6'4", junior guard, Michael Frazier of Plant High School. Frazier has a lr eady com mitted to Florida. The 6'4" s harp shooter ha s improved his game to the point w here he will achieve All American status this season. He is also a threat to leave high school as the coun ty's all time l ea ding sco rer. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter (An Analysis) The Auburn Tigers are sit ting on top of the world with an undefeated record in arguably the toughest divi sion in all of college sports, the Southeastern Conference. They also have the nation's top quarterback, Cameron Newton, and he is almost guaranteed to walk away with this year's Heisman Trophy. But, hold on a minute. There' s some history that must be revealed. Cam Newton was attend ing the University of Florida, and sitting behind Tim Tebow waiting for his opportunity to be the next great Gator quarterback. But, head coach Urban Meyer had other ideas. Before Tebow's tenure was over, he had already named John Brantley as the heir appar e nt. Feeling he had been lied to, Newton spent a couple of yea rs at Blinn Junior College in Texas before sig ning on at A uburn. Before the seaso n began no mention was made of the Auburn quarterback. His current school wasn' t even expected to be successful this season. But here we are with the college football season almost over and not only is Auburn 10-o but Newton is s lated to become the schools third Heisman winner. But, hold on a minute. There are some haters out there. The first negative story was an allegation that a college recruiter rep resenting Newton had told officials at Mississippi State that it would take $2oo,ooo for Newton to attend that school. The media (ESPN) jumped all on that and P.layed it out. They made alle-' Latex Flat White Paint #204 .............. $35.00 /5 6al .. lhterior Semi Gloss WhUe #14 ...... $14.90 I Gal, ck 9" Roller ...................................... $1 50 Brushes ....................................... 99: LIMIT 2 WITH THIS AD ONLY!! 'CAMERON "CAM" NEWI'ON gations against Newton, and basically called him a cheater. Where there was really no story, they created one. But, it didn t stop there. Live from Gainesville, Florida and the stadium known as "The Swamp," came allegations that Newton was caught cheating three times on tests at the school and was supposed to appear for a hearing in front of the school's student committee and faced possible expulsion during the Spring of2009. First, consider the source, then consider the timing of this so-called information. It s a shame that the Gator Nation put Newton's family in a position of feeling they needed to address the allegations, especially when their son is having the kind of sea son athletes dream of. What coUld the Gators hope to gain from this? Or maybe, it' s because the y are having a hohum season, and Brantley isn' t the player Meyer thought he was. Auburn head coach Gene Chizik described the whole thing the best when he called it pure garbage." Even Cam Newton has stepped forward and said he's not going to entertain something that was supposed to have happened two years ago. Why was this so-called information sat on for two years? What can be gained from letting it out now? Trust me, if Auburn and Newton weren' t having the kind of they re enjoying, none of this would have ever surfaced. It would have g "otten buried faster than Brett Favre's e-mails while he was a New York Jet. Newton's father is a pastor in Atlanta, and has chal lenged the sources of all this ,trash being tossed around about his son. With all of this swirling around, last week Newton passed for ;317 yards imd four touchdowns in just one half of football. So, the University of Georgia n eds to pra) this passes quickly because if Newton turns in anoth r performanc like l as t w k, th re's no way h e can b deni d th H isman Troph and hi plac in ca ll ge foot ball history:'


S orts :D Meggen Sentenced To Vikings' Harvin Has Another Migraine 30 uears In Prlson MINNESOTA Minn esota gust, Harvin was diagnosed with Jl Vikings wide r ece iver Percy Harvin sleep apnea and given a breathing rnam DAVID MEGGETI CHARLESTON, SC -Former NFL player David Meggett was sentenced to 30 years in prison Wednesday after his conviction in a South Carolina court on charges of criminal sexual conduct and burglary, authorities said. Meggett was convicted in a case involving an e ncounter with a college student at h e r hous e in North Charleston in January 2009, according t o authorities. Meggett, who attended high school in North Charleston, was a running back and punt returner in the National Football Leagu e be tween 1989 and 1998. Meggett played six years with the New York Giants, three with the New England Patriots and one with th e New York Jets. He had nearly 1,700 yards rushing and just over 3,000 receiving during hi s ca r ee r Meggett, 42, did not tak e the stand in hi s own d efe n se at trial and hi s la wyer said h e will appeal. Moss Not Upset With Childress 'RANDYMOSS NASHVILLE, Tenn Randy Moss says he s sorry things didn't work out with Minnesota and that he isn't upset with the Viking s or coach Brad Childress for waiving him. The well-trav e l e d recerv e r insists h e i s n t in town his third NFL c ity this season to s t art troubl e Moss s pok e We dnesday for th e first time since Minn eso ta waived him Nov. 1. Wednesda y was also Moss' seco nd prac tic e with th e Titan s th e on l y NFL team to put in a claim for the player with 153 ca r ee r touchdown catc h es "I mad e Minnesota m y home. I lov ed being there a nd it just didn't work o ut," Moss said. No Fines For Spining Incident DAVIE, FL -The NFL has decided against imposing any fines after investigating com plaints by the Miami Dolphins that Baltimore fullback Le'Ron McClain spit in the face of linebacker Channing Crowder. Merton Hanks, the NFL director of football operations, found no conclusive evide nc e to support di sc ipline, th e league said in a statement Wednesday. Crowder said McClain spit in his face during a timeout in Sunday's game at Balti more which the Ravens won. Miami coach Tony Sparano asked the league to in vestiga te is fighting another migrain e chine to use while he sleeps. The mi-h ea dache. graine episodes have been far less m Coach Brad Childress said that fr e quent. Harvin was not at team h eadq uar-Harvin played in last Sunday's 1\) ters a nd he did not participate in game with a sprained left ankle, finish-practice. After a severe outbreak kept L.....L.Ua...; ing with a career-high 9 catches for c; him out of practice for most of Au-PERCY HARVIN 126 yards in the OT win over Arizona. I 0 :D c )> en m z ::::! z m I tD c I I m ::::! z ""D c tD I en :I: m c m < m :D -< -1 c m en c )> z c :D c ..... (J1 )>


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MRS. CHARLOTTE EVELYN MCBURNEY Homegoing sernces for Mrs. Charlotte Evelyn (Burwell) McBurney of3615 Lindell Avenue, Tampa, who passed away Saturday, November 6, 2010, will be held Tuesday, November 16 2010, at 10 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, with Pastor Gwynne E. Burt, officiating. Charlotte Evelyn (Burwell) McBurney was born on December 4, 1925, to the late Robert and Georgia Burwell in Hackensack, New Jersey. Educated in the Hackensack Public Schools, upon graduation from Hackensack High School, Charlotte became employed by the federal government and worked at an office in Newark, New Jersey. As time evolved, Charlotte met "Bill" and in 1945 William "Bill" McBurney and Charlotte Evelyn Burwell became bus- band and wife. As they continued to build their new life together, the two relocated to :Tampa. Continuing to use her organizational skills, Charlotte became employed by the Medical Records Department in a local hospital. Because of her desire to always do better, she attended classes at Mt. Sinai Hospital and as a result came back to her job and rebuilt their Medical Records Department. As Charlotte and BiJI continued to build their life together, this union was blessed with two ,daughters, Eujetta Evelyn and Edwardena. A lover of music, it was never unusual to find Charlotee sitting at a piano playing. She was an amazing musician as she played by ear. If she heard it, she bad the ability to play it back, but in her own arrangement. Charlotte was the church organist for the New Bethel Baptist Church for many years, but most of her time was spent being a wife, a mother, and working in various hospitals in their medical recocds department. She was predeceased by: her mother, Georgia; father, Robert, Sr.; siblings, Gladys Elizabeth Bunn (William), Bernice Edward Smith (Chester), Robert, Jr. (Marie) .and Georgia Blanche Burwell. Charlotte leaves to cherish her memory: her daughters, Eujetta and Edwardena; three granddaughters, Christian, Calesian and Chermi; four great grandchildren, Gina, Glenn, Christina and James; a sister, Hortense Eulie (Eugene, Sr.); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Monday, November 15, 2010, from 4-7p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Tuesday at 9:45 a. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. CAROL LOUISE PRINGLE Celebration oflife sernces of Ms. Carol Louise Pringle of Tampa, who passed on Monday, November 8, 2010, will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Northside Baptist Church, 5706 North 40th Street, with Rev. Ricardo Robinson, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Carol Louise Pringle was born on November 4, 1960, to Marin and Zcpherine Pringle. She accepted Christ as her at an early age and was a member of Northside Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Jacob Jordan. She served faithfully until her health began to fail. Carol served faithfully as a Girls Scout Troop Leader, Youth Choir Director, Drill Team Leader, Head of the Youth Creative Department, and a member of Northside #1 and Young Adult Choirs. She was an active membe r of the Hillsborough Community Mass Choir and a devoted and faithful member of IF and AMM and AES Mable Gordon Professional Women #460 unde r the leadership of Sister Shayla Sumra, Worthy Matron. S l 1 e a ttended Tampa Hay Vocabonal Tech High School and later transferred to King High School where she graduated with the class of 19 78. Carol was employed b y St. Joseph's and Tampa General Hospitals as a Unit Clerk. She was also employed by Hillsborough County Schools Transportation Department. After allowing the Lord to redefine her gift she became a n entrep .reneur. She used her childcare abilities and became owner and operator of Carol Pringle's Famil y Child Care Home. Carol was a strong single mother of s i x children and the neighborhood mentor for youth in h e r community. She loved spending time with her family and was affectionately called Nana by her 10 grandchildren. She was preceded in death by: her brother, Henry Lee Pringle; son, Mark Anthony Jackson; and nephew, Antwaun. She is surnved by: her children, Demond Pringle (Sicily), Ebony Pringle, Marcus Jackson (Kierra), Ashley Wilford (Willie), Danny Wilford and Brittany Pringle; grandchildren, Delexisus, Donald, Jamarcus, Dawaun, Taaj, Zahria, Kimariya, Marcus, Zorian and Maurice; J>arents, Marin and Zepherine Pringle; s i s t e An1anda Vinson; IJIothers, Maron Pringle, Harvey Pl'ingle (Cynthia), Harold Pringle (Andrea) an. d Sergio Bogan (Sierra); aunts, Bernice Grier, Pauline Lefene and Forestinc Pringle; uncle, David Pringle; nieces, Tesha, Sharice, Kendra, Tameka, Tiffany, Candis, Zena and Rayana; nephews, Andre, Harold, Rodney, BJ, Sergio Jr., Phone Us At (813) 248-5000 ters, Timonique Kelly_ and 0 Leatha Danner; best friends, < Frankie Jones and special m friends, Brother and Sister Ray-S mood Herring; and a host of OJ cousins, great nieces and m nephews. ::0 The will be held at Northside M. B. Church on friday November 12, 2010, from 5-8 'p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church by 1:45 p. m. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. ANDREA 'PRECIOUS' HINSON WILLIS Homegoing sernces for Mrs. Andrea "Precious" Hinson Willis of 2012 E. Genesee Street, Tampa, who passed away on November 9, 2010, will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Tampa, with Rev. Albert Gallmoo, Jr., officiating Mrs. Andrea Hinson Willis was born on November 30, 1959, in Palatka, FL, to Andrew Hinson and the late Evelyn Hinson Mrs. \ Viii is was a v ery sweet person who would go beyond her duty to help you. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Evelyn P. Hinson; and her sister, Lorelle Hin. son. Mrs. Hinson is surnved by: her husband, Gary Willis; chil dren, Dwayne Willis, Alan Willis, DeAndrc Willis and Shaakira Stewart; grandchildren, Devonte Horton and Jamori Russell ; father Andrew Hinson; stepmother, Clarctha Hinson; s isters, Nina Hinson, Lynette Scott and Lawanda Brooks; aunts Mildred Woods. Alberta Jones, Sandra Stratchen, Barbara King and Ida Neil, and a hos t of other aunts; nieces, Shaamikka Murray, DyNasty Reed, Keri Brooks, Raqucl Brooks and NaKiia Mills; nephews, Frank Fletcher, DeAubre Murray and Andrew Hinson; and a host of cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The will be held on Friday, November 12 2010, from 5-8 p. m. In lieu of flowers floral curds will be appreciated by the family. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. AUGUSTUS TILLER Homegoing sernces for Mr. Augustus Tiller of 2110 W. Crawford St., Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, November 3, 2010, will be held Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Covenant Missionary Baptist Church 4016 E. Hanna Ave., with Pastor Dr. Gloria Johnson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Augustus Tiller was born on April 8 1930, in Alabama, and attended public schools in Henry County, Alabama. He was a boat shrimperman, assistant lab technician, and a truck driver for many years. During his truck drimg career he worked for Bedford Trucking Company, Carolina Freight Compiffiy, and at RAT retiring in 1992. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Laura Ward and Orlando Tiller; a brother, Nathan Tiller, and grandmother, Annie Ward. Mr. Tiller was a caring, kind-hearted, easy-going man with a great sense of humor. He enjoyed music, spending time with family and friends, talking about the past and tellingjokes. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted \vife, Ms. Glory Davenport Tiller; sister, Emily Hall; his children, Annie M. Lavon L. Arline, Brenda Ba.'\.1:er, Stanley Watson (Debra), Romero Watson, William Teller (Sabrina), Terry Tiller (Sharon), Wtllie Earl Underwood (Chris), Baraka Andrews (Kelah), Jaukeva Fleming (Valencia), Dimecio Davenport (Cynthia) and a Reka Love (Eric); father-inlaw, John Bramlett (Nellie); mother-in-law, Ella Davenport; brothers-in-law, Michael Davenport and Ozell Hicks (Vanessa); sisters-in-law, Shirley Davenport, Dorothy Davenport, Gracie Davenport, Minister Yvonne Jackson (Rickie), Willis, Mercedes James, Ehtcl Collins, Aurora Hill, and Cheryl Neal; a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins, and Florida and Alabama friends; special friends, Evelyn Tiller, Mr. and Mrs. James Love, Maxine Douglas, Gary Helms, Mr. and Mrs. Rnymond Brown, Joann Williums Gardener (Tony), Sabrina Peterson, Gloria Sanders, JoAnn Lowden, Kenya Lane (Milton), Alvin and Gwen Young, Janice and Jantes Brown, Janice and Fred AI berry, .The 34th St. Laundromat Crew, and Fun-Land Drive-In Flea Market group. Visitation for Mr. Augustus Tiller will be held this Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. The family \vill receive friends in the chapel from 6-7 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. Ill. A HARMON BURIAL MASTER ULYSSES ANTHONY FRANKLIN, JR. Master Ulysses Anthony Franklin,Jr.ofSeffner,passed away on Monday, November 8, 2010. Funeral sernces will be conducted Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 2 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church, 6720 County.Road 579, Seffner, Rev Nathaniel Love, pastor, and Rev. Moses Healey, officiating. Interment will follow in May-berry Cemetery. Born May 25, 2009, m Seffner, FL, to Ulysses Anthony Franklin, Sr. and Shanita Daneke Claritt, Master Franklin was a happy child who brought love and happiness to everyone' s heart. He was preceded in death by: his sister, Antaniqah Franklin; grea t grandparents, Charlie and Eloise Wtlcher and Vannie Franklin; great uncle, Charles Wilcher, Jr.; and cousin, Mark Franklin. ..... ""' 1\.) 0 ..... 0 ., r-0 ::0 0 )> CJ) m z ::! z m r-He leaves to cherish his memory: his parents, Ulysses Franklin, Sr. and Shanita Claritt; grandparents, Delores Franklin, Johnny Freeman, Sr., Tina Wtlcher and George Claritt; step-grandfather, Eddie Grover; great grandparents, OJ Be.rtha Franklin and Mattie 1 Hankerson; aunts, Minister -Carla Joyce Brumback, Shakita Woodbury, Sharita Woodbury, m Shalita Vasquez, Claritt 0 and Shayita Wilcher; uncle, Ronald McGinty; cousins, Roneshaeya, Jua'Queyunis m OJ c: rrm ::! z Ivan, Jr., Jua'keemiyah, ::0 Janared, Jr. Jua'Raeyiona, -< McKynzie, Anistacio, and -f Kymora; godparents, L. J. Bald-C: win and Renee (Jimmy) Patton; mCJ) and a host of lomg aunts, 'un-0 cles, cousins and other relatives and friends. :!< The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 12 2010, at Ray Williams Fu-0 neral Home, 301 N. HowardAv-., enue. ::0 Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS 'FUNERAL 0 HOME, Rhodes & Northern, :!< Owners. wrov.raywilliamsfuneralbome.com IN MEMORIAM 'MRS. LIZZIE BROWN My mom, Mrs. Lizzie Brown, I miss you and may see you one day, Love your son. ..... cp )>


a: w m :!: w > 0 z >= <( c a: LL MR. WALTERLEE GALLON, JR. Mr. Walter Lee Gallon, Jr., affectionately known as "Tub," passed away Monday, November 1, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Rev. Leon Gallon, officiating. He wa!'i a lifelong resident of Tampa. He attended B. T. Washington Elementary and LetO" High School where he played basketball. Mr. Gallon worked at Pan American for 15 years and CitiGroup for 7 years. He was preceded in death by: his father, Walter Lee Gallon, C Sr.; and brother, David Gallon. a: Mr. Gallon leaves to cherish LL his memory: his lovely wife for C 38 years, Johnnie Ruth Gallon; Z his lovely mother, Leola Gallon<( Lewis; stepfather, Roy Lewis; 3 children, Felicia.Gallon (0. J.), C Kimberly Reed and Timothy (J) Sneed (Alberta); 7 brothers, EdW ward (Fafe), Richard, Michael :::l (Felicia), Benjamin (Sharron), 1-Boris, Kenneth and Terry > Washington; 3 sisters, Thelma, a: Marthan and Sharron Gallon; W aunts, Rosita Graham, Betty G'; Claretha Harris and C Willie Mae Harris; uncles, W Leroy Harris (Sherry), Jerome ::I: Harris (Yvonne), Willie (J) Thomas and wife, Larry Troupe :::::i (Rosa); 12 grandchildren, Keym onta, Lakeshia, DeVonta, Dar:) reo, Mikol, Jy'eshia, JyJuan, Q. Jykevious, Dontavious, Tykeah, z Lakeda and Taekondo; 6 great grandchildren, Anthony Jr., w Aalyiah, Kenneth, 1Yron and ..J T 'nijah; sisters-in-law, Naomi ..J Perry, Jannie Sneed, Rosa :::l Graves (Jerry) and Thelma m George (Marcella) of Cocoa, FL; ..J nephews and nieces, Thaddeus, Travis, Cornelius, BreeAnna, Felicia, Boris, .Jr. Tyesha, April, Latora and Lateshia; ifj cousins, Tonya, Jackie, Wanda, (J) Clarence, Sheila, Tyrone, <( James, Nickie, Jerome, Jr., FeC licia, Eric, Charles, Michael, a: Fred, Luvenia, Jody, Linda, Veronica, Gregory, Twanda, g Shannon, Demetris, Ania, ConLL isba, Eureka and Q'uasha; and other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 12, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. For the service Saturday, please arrive.at the Chapel at 1:45p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuperalhome.com. MRS. DELORES 'MISS DEE' PATTERSON Mrs. Delores "Miss Dee" Patterson, age 55, of Tampa, passed away of natural causes on Friday, November 5, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 2 p. m. at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3303 North 15th Street, Geraldine Christopher, pastor, with Pastor Laytecia McKinney officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Delores Patterson was the daughter of the late Ruby Dugar and Thomas Ramson, Sr. Born on May 18, 1944, Delores was a Florida native and resident of Tampa for 55 years. After graduation from Howard lV. Blake High School, Delores married Rudolph Patterson and their union lasted many years. She was a member ofVictory Temple Outreach Ministries. Mrs. Delores Patterson retired from Memorial Hospital where she was employed as a Certified Nurse' s Assistant. Shewas preceded in death by: her loving mother, Mrs. Ruby Dugar; caring father, Mr. Thomas Ramson, Sr.; stepfather, Arthur Dugar; sisters, Betty Ramson Albury and Shirley Williams; brother, Thomas Ramson, Jr.; and nephew, Bernard Albury. Mrs. Patterson leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Subrina T. Patterson-Cordova; grandson; Justin PattersonColeman ofTampa; two sisters, Cynthia Clark Johnson and Ruby Wilson; brother, Charlie Dugar of Tampa; nieces and nephews, Wanda McCloud, Edward Earl Finley, Leo Albury, Linda Everett, Michelle Green, Leonard Clark, Demetria Wilson, Tracie Nicholson, Arthur Clark, Andrew and Betty Thomas, An1eir Wilson, Lauren Brown, Phillip Brown, and Tirah Dugar; stepdaughters, lnga Patterson, Akita Patterson and Oona Garrett; sisters-inlaw, Inez Patterson and Beatrice Keaton; cousins, Brenda Hartaway and Sharon McKinnon; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, November 12, 2010, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. Personalized Funeral Services Shipping & Cremation < >ur ( \kct Your \Needs MRS. THERESA WILLIAMS Mrs. Theresa Williams of 9845 Gilchrist Drive, Seffner, passed away Saturday, November 6, 2010. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, with Dr. T. W. Jenkins, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories. Mrs. Theresa Williams was a native of Ocala, FL, and a resident ofTampa for 6o years. She attended the local schools of Ocala, FL, and was a member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church. She was a retired Licensed Practical Nurse. Mrs. Williams was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. Woodrow Williams in November, 2007. She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughters, Caretha Wilson, Cynthia V. Dean, Lillian A. Mack, Brenda R. Simpson and Freida E. Drayton; sons, Leroy Mack and Bennie Mack; 21 grandchildren and 41 great grandchildren; sisterin-law, Mrs. Francis James; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, goddaughters, godsons, other relatives and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m., Friday, November 12 2010, at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. MRS. MINNIE MAE WOODSON Mrs. Minnie Mae Woodson, 95, of Palm Garden 138th Ave., passed away at UCH on Sunday, November 7, 2010. Homegoing services will be conducted Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 W. Grace Street, Pastor, Rev. T. D. Leonard. The eulogist is Pastor Thaddeus Jones. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. A native of Cordele, GA, Mrs. Woodson grew up in Dooley County, but spent the last 42 years in Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Ben Woodson; parents, Lonnie a.D.d Viola Kendrick Young; children, Mamie Lee Woodson Oliver, Bessie Lee Burks, Pearlie Mae Woodson, Joe Louis Woodson and Benjamin Woodson; nephew, Tommy Watts; and grandson, Gerald Oliver. She loved her family and friends and was a selfless person who generally loved helping other people without the need of acknowledgement. She will be greatly missed by her family and friends. Before her illness, she was very active. in the church. She leaves to cherish her memories: daughters, Janie Mae Clark of Havana, FL, A,lice Burks of Pinehurst, GA Eula Mae Cones, Ruby Johnson (Willie C.) and Viola Phillips, all of Tampa; sons, Charles Woodson (Rita) of Tampa, and Charlie C. \.Yoodson of Havana, FL; loving and devoted sister, Mrs. Ola Mae Watts of Douglas, GA; daughter-in-law, Karen Woodson of Tampa; sister-inlaw, Pearl Woodson of Elizabethtown, NJ; nephew, James Watts of Newark, NJ; nieces, Betty West, Pearline McClelland, Ella Mae Smith and Othel Williams of Douglas, GA; grandchildren, Ann and Rev. Cornelius Murvin, Terry Darsaw (Linda), Tony Darsaw (Sandra), Annette Evans, Tyrone Clark (Kim), Alice Henry, Kenny Jones (Karol), Mary Lou Campbell, Carrie Taylor, Ester Woodson, Ben Woodson, Jr., Patricia Johnson, Vera Dean Burks, Linda .Moon, Willie Harper, Evelyn Brooks (Oliver), Willie C. Johnson, Jr., Jeffrey Johnson, Cheylene Johnson, Latywnia Baker (Kern), DyRonda Myle Johnson, Mark Johnson, Marcus Johnson, Darren Johnson, Latwanda Bush (Ron), Percy Johnson, Lamonte Johnson, Rev. J'haddeus Jones (Tina}, .Karriem Phillips (Jacqueline), CSGM Rahamon Phillips (Tonya), Audrey Peterson, SMSgt. Lainere King (CMSgt. Rickey King), Virgil Woodson (Tosha}, Vernon Woodson, Vonshay Vaughn, Fredrick Woodson, Cedric Woodson, Antwan Woodson, Shinita Oliver, Gwendolyn Oliver, Charles Oliver, Luvelle Knott, Latasha Smith and Jerome Williams; and a host of 102 + great grandchildren and 22+ great-great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives to include, the JR Chaney, Ervin, Atwaters, Bass, Lawson, Roberson (Boston, MA) families; and spe-. cial friends, Pastor Linda C. Reese and the Pilgrim ReSt family, Sandra and Horace Lee, Estella Maxwell, Susie Mae Jones, Juanita Banks and family and the Mount Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. T. D. Leonard, Pastor. The remains will rep<)se after 5 p. m., Friday, November 12 2010, at Ray Wtlliams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern,. Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. Would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt love and the Tampa Bay Community for your prayers, cards, phone calls and all acts of kindness and support to our family. It is with great appreciation that we thank all of you for helping us to celebrate the home going of a ttue worshipper. God bless you and may heaven smile upon you. Due to the number of requests for a DVD of the Home Going service of Deacon Green, the family will sell a limited number of DVD's for $15.00 each. Orders may be placed via email abg1989@verizon.net or by calling 813-972-0340. Please provide your name and telephone number. Elder Arthur L. Green, Jr. & The Green Family .. (-\ ------. -. \ -----...... .. 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Funerals/Memoriams :u cousins, Yvonne Simmons MR.JAMESL. JOHNS'DAP' Mr. James L. Johns, "Dap," of St. Petersburg, FL, passed away on November 7, 2010. Funeral services will be held Saturday, November 13,-2010, at 11 a. rn. at New Life Apostolic Tabernacle, 342 uth Street North, St. Petersburg, FL, Elder Julius Henderson, officiating. A native ofBiuffion, Georgia, -he moved to Tampa in 1950, where he attended Booker T. Washington School and worked as a block mason. After moving to St. Petersburg, he continued working in the masonry, retiring after 35 years. Survivors include: son, Lamonte Johns, Pensacola, FL; daughters, Leslie Godwin, Cassandra James (Bobby), Felicia Johns (Tony), and Yvette Johns, all of St. Petersburg, FL; sisters, Katherine Burr, St. Petersburg, FL, Rosa Small, Minnie Hobley and Meraldine Banks, Tampa; brothers, Robert Lee Johns (Irene) and Eli Johns (Joyce), Tampa; brother-in-law, Lorenzo Brown (Linda), St. Petersburg, FL; sister-in-law, Yvonne Haugabook; 11 grandchildren and four great grandchildren; and other relatives and friends. Visitation, will be Friday, Nov. 12, 2010, from 4-7 p. rn. The family will be present at 6 p. m. at Smith Funeral Horne, 1534 18th Avenue South, St. Petersburg, FL. Share condolences at www.srnithfhipc.com. Arrangement entrusted to Smith Funeral Horne and Cremation Service, (727) 894-2266. MEMORIAM KEVIN ALLEN 6/14/1984-11/09/2002 We thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday, and days before that, too. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name. Now all we have are memories, and your picture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake. With which we'll never part. God has you in His keeping, we have you in our heart. It's been 8 years since you've gone, but neve1 forgotten. Love, family and friends. MR. ANTHONY 'TONY' FREDERICK Homegoing celebration of life for Mr. Anthony "Tony" Frederick of 11813 Northtrail Avenue, Tampa, 33617, will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 1 p. rn. at Allen Temple A M. E. Church, 2101 Lowe Street, Tampa, 33605, Pastor Michael Bouie, officiating. Interment will be h eld at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 Chelsea Street, Tampa. A graduate of Middleton High School, class of 1966, Tony was well known as a fun and loving person that had devoted his life to serving and helping others through their life struggles. He was last employed at Metropolitan Wellness Community Center as a devoted Counselor. Mr. Frederick received Christ as his personal savior at an early age. His father, Johnny James; grandmother, Plushia Mae Frederick; aunt, Bertha Lee Wiggins; two sisters, Paulette Frederick and Kathy Duncan, preceded him in death. Left to cherish fond memories of him are: loving mother, Barbara L. Smith; devoted friend, Robert Bailey; brothers, Nathaniel (Nita) James, Wade Johnson, III, and Michael Davis, Sr.; sisters, Mary .(Ulysses) Brooks, Ivy Jean (Earl) Thompson, J onya Latson and Beverly James; devoted godsister, Francine (Rick) Myrick; loving aunt, Lina Mae Tillman; nephews and nieces, Donovan (Andreau) Brooks, Debroah (Tony) Davenport, Dackerett Brooks, Daphne (Jesse) Solomon, Deatrick Frederick, Sr., Tia Simmons, Calvin Sirmon, Lamar Duncan, Dackerett Duncan, Justin Duncan, Cicely Thompson, Earl Thompson, Michelle Thompson Rochelle Thompson, Cynthia Thompson, Derrick Johnson, Michael Davis, Jr., Andron Walker, Ronald Latson, Brittany Green, Jr., Ernest Green, Jr., Jarod Anthony Latson, Brenton Duncan, Tiffany Hewlin, Juanita Lawand'n (Terald), Nadine (Jose), Chnrrnyne, Shawndre, Kelly and Theron (Laskey); special friends, Nancey Vickers, Raynell Franklin, Lisa Jones, John Wesley Jones, and Darryl special acknowledgement to LifePath Hospice and Allen Temple AME Church and Pastor Bouie; and a hos t of other loving relatives and friends The remains will repose on Friday, November 12, 2010, at Stone's Memorial Funeral Horne, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, from 6-8 p. m. The fam ily will receive friends from 7-8 p. rn. The family will assemble at 9802 N. Brooks Street at 12 noon. Friends are a sked to assemble at Allen Temple Church, 2101 Lowe Street, at 12:45 Jl rn. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Horne, Edward B. Stone, Jr., L.F.D. "A FANNI E B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" MRS. DEBORAH L. TAYLOR-BROWN A celebration of life and legacy will be held for Mrs. Deborah L. Taylor-Brown on Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 11 a. rn. at the Boca Ciega High School Auditorium, 924 58th Street, South, Gulfport, FL, 33707, with Bishop James H. Howell, officiating and Pastor Scott Thomas, eulogist. A private interment will be held at Trinity Memorial Gardens. Deborah Lynn Taylor-Brown was born December 16 1958, to the late Mr. E N. Taylor, Sr. and Mrs. Elizabeth D. Taylor in Chester, PA. Mrs. TaylorBrown was an educator in the Pinellas County School System for more than 27 years, and with the last ten years at Boca Ciega High School. She leaves to treasure heartf elt memories: her husband of 23 years, Mr. JaVis N. Brown; their two daughters, Dominique LeChey Brown and De siree Lauren Brown; her mother, Elizabeth D. Taylor Boca Raton; two brothers, Ernest N. Taylor, Jr., Miami, and Cornelius Thomas and wife, Stephanie, Wilmington, DE; mother-in-law, Annie May Jolly-Gray, Tampa; sisters-inlaw, Ines Taylor, Miami, Gloria Jolly, Tampa, and British Gray, Tampa; brother-in-law, Rickey A. Warren, and wife, Deborah, Sarasota; nieces and nephews, Treiva Dungee (Rhon), Stephanie Thomas, Tameka Garrett (Phillip), Tenisha Warren, Jessica Jolly, Neal Thomas, Ernest Taylor, Kevin Taylor, Matthew Taylor, Rickey Warren (Amber), and Richardo Warren, and a large circle of extended family and close friends who loved and respected her unconditionally Debbie was a phenomenal woman who exemplified Faith, Family and Friendship. Friends are asked to assemble at the school at approximately 10:45 a. rn. Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJsop-funerulbome.com IN MEMORIAM MS. MARIE W.BROWN I will alwnys love you and wuiting for m y time to he with you. We all love you. (Johnnie), Edwin Kendrick, Pa-Z tricia Cannon (Arthur), Gloria 0 Cheryl Thomas (Frederick), Eva OJ Forward, Gussie Alford, James m Alford, Rosie Peeler, Larry :D Peeler (Mary), Patricia Williams (Michael), Angela Gilmore, Paul Gilmore, Jr., Kimberly Gilmore, Dean Hessing, Andy Gilmore, Ronnie Gilmore, Barbara Jean Gilmore, Ida Gilmore, Jewel Gilmore and Cynthia Gilmore; and others too numerous to mention. ...... I\) 0 ...... 0 MR. CHARLIE GILMORE, JR. Horneg9ing celebration for Mr. Charlie Gilmore, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away Friday, November 5, 2010, will be held Saturday, November 13, 2010, at 10 a. rn. at New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 4413 N. 35th Street, with the pastor, Reverend Madison Murray, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He leaves fond memories with: his adopted sister, Sheryl Fadous; adopted brother, Eric Fletcher (Marcia); aunts, Elizabeth Kendrick and Elaine Mr. Gilmore was born and raised in Hillsborough County. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton Senior High School, Class of 1965. He graduated from Texas South-. ern University in 1971 with a BA Degree in Accounting. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. rn. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. rn., Friday, November 12, 2010, at Wilson .Funeral Horne, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. The funeral cortege will arrange from 3610 E. Powhattan. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 9:45a.m., Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhorne.com ---We can't afford to provide anything less than impeccable selVice, or to leave you with less than the best impression possible. 2 You're not just our client, you're our boss. 'We don't lose sight of who we're working for. 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or--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Memoriams/Card of Thanks ,... c a: u. c z ct c en w > a: w > w c w :X: en :::::; m :::;) Q. z t= w ...:J ..J :::;) m ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. IN MEMORY OF A LEGEND CHARLES 'CHUCK' JORDEN One year ago, you received the keys to your mansion as you transitioned to your new home in Heaven (John 14:2). You fought a good fight (2 Timothy 4:7)! We miss you, yet we're grateful knowing you are totally free and with the Lord (Revelations 21:4)! The Jordon Family. IN LOVING MEMORY OF VIVIAN PERRYMAN, a.k.a., VIB .--------,,.... VIVIAN, a.k.a., VIB VIB On this day, November to, is the aay I said goodbye to my mother. God knows how much I miss you. On this third anniversary I celebrate all that you were, and all that could have become. I am truly thankful for the years I share d with you mom. Love, daughter, Tameka, a.k.a., Ms. Boo. CARD OF THANKS SYLVIA A. CAMPBELL The family of Sylvia A Campbell would like to thank everyone for their prayers, cards, flowers and -services provided for the homegoing of our loved one, Sylvia A. Campbell 'Babysister .' God bless all of you, Mrs. Gladys Campbell and family. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 CRISIS PRICES HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES HARMON 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SYRCUMNAJ. HAMILTON 11/12/70-4/18/88 We have arrived to another year missing you, so we lift up your name to celebrate and honor your birthday. You are deeply missed and forever in our hearts. Love always and forever, Mom and All In The Family .IN MEMORY OF DEACON ALEXANDER W.BUCHANAN Sunrise: 1-19-30 Sunset: 11-11 -09 It' s been a year and we are still missing you, as if it was yesterday. You will always be in our hearts. Your beloved wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. SINCERE GRATITUDE MRS. OLLIE S.H.HUNTER We, the family of Mrs. Ollie S. H. Hunt r would like to e.xpress or sincere gratitude to all for your various acts of kindness and prayers during her illness and transition and during our bcrenvement. Our special thanks is extended to: the stuff (Cornl Tenm) Hospice, SherYl WiUinms of Infinity Home Cure, Rev. Ernestein C. Flemister and the members of St. James House Of Prayer Episcopal Church1 Rev. Michael K. Bouie and church family of Allen Temple A. M. E. Church, Tarnpa.Chapter of The Links, Tbe Tampa Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sororityi Inc., and Middleton High Sc tool c/o 1956. We wlsh you all many blessings. In sincere appreciation, Cleo Mitchell and Family. IN LOVING MEMORIES OF OUR BELOVED ROMEO M. COLE, JR. 3/28/40-11/11/98 "The highest tribute to the dead is not grief but gratitude." -THORNTON WILDER We celebrate your life in our thoughts and memories and pledge our continuing love to you. Your wise words, guidance and inspirational spirit will live on forever within our hearts and we pray that you be granted the everlasting joys of Heaven. Your loving family. IN ,MEMORIAM FATHER MR. CHARLIE MADDOX November 13,.2002 Eight years now, Dad without you. But you will forever be in our hearts. Love always, the Maddox Fantily. A BIRTHDAY MEMORY SON CLARENCE GEORGE MADDOX 'BOODlE" November 7th Love and memories of our big brother will forever be with us. You left us seven months ago however, it seems like yesterday. Happy birthday. Loving you forever, the Maddox


Mernoriams IN MEMORIAM ROWENA CARSWELL-ALEXANDER May 30, 1963 -November 12, 2007 Your smile, your walk, your laugh, your talk, unforgettable! That's what you are. Missing you: parents, James and Cora Carswell; children, Trey, Brandon and siblings, Regina, Arnold, Antonio, Kirk, Linda and Steve. REMEMBERING It has been one year since you went home to be with the Lord. Not a day goes by that we don't miss you. Our thoughts are always of you and how special and caring you were to each and every one of us. Gone, but not forgotten. Your. loving husband, niece and grandchildren. .STATE & FEDERAL BONDS PRIVATE GPS Danks To All Mv Clients & Friends For Your Conded lovaltv & TIUSI SERVING MIAMI NEW YORK GEOR G IA LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA John 3 :16F o r G o d l oved the w orld, lhat I k thai w h o s o e v e r bclicvclh in him s houlcl11 0 1 FREDDIE WILSON Boil i\g cnl Crime oeouties Three Arrests Made In Sale 01 Child Case SHAY NEAL JOHN Hillsborough County Sheriffs detectives are investigat ing a shooting that occurred Monday evening. According to reports, at 3 :15 p m., deputies responded to a reported shooting in the area of 130th Avenue and North 15th Street. A male in hi s 40s was shot in the left arm and transported to a local hospital The victim reportedly told deputies he did not know the person who shot him or why he was shot. The suspect fled and has not been locat e d. The victim d escri bed the sus pect as a Black male in hi s 30s. According to spokesperson, Debbie Carter, th e s ho o tin g was possibly drug relat ed, a nd the victim has not been coop erative with the investigation. Det ec tives said they believe there is a lot more to the story than what's b ee n told. The s hooting victim was id e ntifi e d as Shay Neal John, 37, who is in Tampa visiting from the U. S. Virgin Islands. Druu Transaction Turns Deadlv ST. PETERSBURG On Tuesday night, St. Petersburg Police report that a 25-year old man was fatally shot after a drug transaction with the per son suspected of killing him. Police said the shooting oc curred at the Peppertree Villa ge Condominiums o n 16th Avenue North at 10:22 p. m The s hootin g victim was id e n tified as Devon Omasa. No s u spect has been id e ntified. UNCLE SANDY s: m m PATTY BIGBEE LAWRENCE WORKS On Tuesday, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement arrested Stephanie Bigbee Fleming, 22, for her part in trying to sell her 8-week-old son. Fleming is the third per son charged in the case and is the daughter of Patty Bigbee. On November 5th, FDLE agents arrested Patty Bigbee, 45, a nd Lawrence Works, 42, for their role in attempting to sell the infant, who is Bigbee's grandson. The investiga tion be ga n in late October after Bigbee approached a third party buyer and offered to sell the infant for $75,000. After a series of negotiations, the price for purchase of the infant was agreed upon at $3o,ooo, said investigators. Bigbee and Works were arrested when they m et the buyer to complete the sale in Daytona Beach The buyer was known to the subjects and worked with law enforcement throughout the in vestigation An arrest warrant for Flem-ing was issued after the investi gation revealed she and Bigbee had discussed the selling price for the child and how the funds would be split. Inves tigators allege Fleming had agreed to receive$9 ,000 for the rsale of her baby. Fleming g planned to purchase a new car C from the money she received, )> investigators said. (J) Fleming was charged with being the principal to illegal :::! sale or surrender of a child. Her Z m bond was set at $so,ooo. r_ The infant is in the custod y of OJ the Florida Department ofChil-dren and Families. :::! z "'D. Man Charged With Molesting Child c: m c (J) ::l: m c m < m -< LAKELAND -On Monday, Lakeland Police arrested Vernon Lewis Hankerson, 33, on charges of lewd and lascivious molestation on a child (life felony), and lew d and lascivious exhibi tion on a child. The investigation indicates on November ih, Hankerson allegedly committed sexual acts on a child under the age of 12. The victim reporte d the crime to a family member who called police. VERNON HANKERSON "CALL RICKY'' "ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY : (813) 892-8193 Or Email: callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 H FREE Consultation -1 c: m (J) c )> z c c G) m 1\) CN I )>


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Head Stan Awareness Month And AU's Asthma. Prevention Initiative Celebrated In Park Wednesday, October 20, 2010, was a busy day in the Chillura Park in downtown Tampa. Head Start/Early Head Start Director Hillsborough County, Louis Finney, Jr. and Supervisor of Head Start Services, Evelyn McFadden welcomed thos e who were there for the Aw a r eness M onth C elebration. This year' s theme was The Dream Lives On 45 Years of Head Start. Alpha Alpha Kappa Alpha International President Carolyn House Stewart and Tampa area chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. were at the park to edu cate and enlighten the com munity about how to manag e asthma through its Asthma Prevention Manage-ment Initiative This event was in partn e r ship with the Eunic e K e nn e d y Shriv e r National In s titut e of Child Health and Huma n Development, a program under the National Institute s of Health. (Photography by BRUNSON) Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. who attended the park event were, from left: Gail Williams, Gloria A. Andrews, Gwen Myers, Fontaine Marion and Pamela Ravenel. Also in attendance were Jackie K. Greaves, Hosetta Coleman and MarQuisia Johnson. Head Start staffers in attendance were: Tamika Mathis, Cynthia Spann-Booth and Pauline P. Williams. Also in attendance were: Erica Mitchell, Shonda Vunn and Debra Limehouse. Neekan Aehi, Perinatal Hep B ; Coordinator. Mary s e Lawson and Deborah Murphy Senior Case Managers Maria Garcia and Sara Bower,Head Start I AKA Event. Gentlemen ut the JHuk event wete Duryl Clark, Vincent C:trter and Richard Campbell. Park event participants were: Charnetta Troupe, Joseph Troupe and Christian Clendinen. Sharing information were LaVonne Malphus-Nelson, Tara Clark, Kathy Kinsey and LaShonda Watson. Bea Bruch, Bernadette Cooper and Brbara Austin-Lowe at Chillura Park. Cedric McCray, Amanda Corsentino and Salie Solomon at the park event. Wnndu Connway, tcucher, nnd Deloris McCloud uccontpanied u group of kids in the piny areu.


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ROBERT NICHOLSON, SPECHELL And P. J. To P. J. From gra nn y daddy and mommy. The illest 4-year-old ever. Happy birthday baby!!! Shine! _HIPPJ1St_ a-.niversarv BIGJIT And SANDRA It 's going down Nov. 15 at the only spot popping on Monday, So, come celebrate with us for our 1st anniversary. Free food and drinks ETHEL HAYES Ethel was surprised with a movie sta r th e med birthday party given b y her daughter, Lori Cody. She gracefull y strutt e d down the r e d carpet with husband Albert, as friends and family members in attendance cheered in happiness. look Who's Turning Two MS. CAMRIE JONES Happy 2nd birthday to my LIND GAIL LINDGAIL And ALVIN ALVIN Don t be tardy to the party. Happy 50th birthday, Auntie Lindgail and happy 30th birthday Alvin. So, join the big Goyams Bash for the two players. r 0 ::D c :J> en m z ::::1 z m r m c: r r m ::::1 z "'C c: m r en :1: m c m < princess, Ms. Camrie Jones. Coming from: mommi e, Ms. RoRo, daddy, Boobay, and the lovely unborn Prince Carrington, Jr. and of course her favorite cousin Jamlya, and a host offainily and friends Have fun Boo, it's your day!!! Real love SARAI And RICKEY Five years gone, 9 years strong. Still holding on s how ing that only true .love e n dureth long and with the blessings of the Lord, me and mi Alp or will make it through this storm to s hine! RICKEY B ae, eve n though y ou re not h e r e to celebrate with th e family, we hav e you in our h ea rt s a nd mind s Happ y y ou m a d e it to see a noth e r yea r with hop e a nd God b y your side You'll b e hom e soo n I know it just wait an d see Then your birth d ay will com e a round again and w e'll b e so happ y Happ y birthday Rickey Moultry (Rickey Champagne). Love, your wife, Sarai. GENE I thank God for such a spe c i a l man that was placed in m life. Happy bilthday, Bae I love you and wish you many more Love, y our special lady, Peaches. 248-1921 -4 c: < :J> z c ::D 6 ?<


All About You! Congratulations ZIYAMOORE To our "Shining Star, Ziya Moore, 4th grader, for becoming Vice President of the Student Council at USF Partnership C School on Friday, October 29, 2010. ff: Your leadership, dedication and hard work will definitely pay C off as you lead, inspire and inform those of great ideas that will z help your school excel to the next level! May God bless and lead c:( you. We love you. From, your proud parents, Charles "Chuck" C Moore and Trina Landrum; grandparents, Richard and .f3 Jennifer Dunn, and Mark Landrum; great grandparents :::::l Isaac and Jean Gant, and Rosalie Hall; family friends and .... USF faculty. fC w > w c w en ::l m ::;::) a.. z -I -I ::;::) m -I w z J= z w en c:( c a: 0 -I LL BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST (L) KEITH TAYLOR #75245 And (R) FRANKI E LEONARD #04297-018 To be rele a sed soon. Serious reply onl y Send pic. FCC Complex USP #1, P. 0. Box 1033, Coleman FL, 33521-1033 Check Us Out On Facebook f GRACE MARY .SSIOIARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship8 A.M. Sunday School-9 : 30A.M Morning Worship-10:50 A M Bible Study, Wed. 7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 St Mali< r.tssionary Chti'Ch 7221 s Sherrill WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Port Tampa, Aorida 33616 Sunday School .... ;9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. .__ __ BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor ''A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." (813) 839-5263 "Building On A Fim1 Foundation" Sunday School -8:30 A.M. Sunday Morning Worahlp -10:55 A.M Wedneeday Night Prayer Service & Bible Study -6:30 RM Tra n s rta li o n Services Ava il a bl e )t>sus Is I ovl'! Jesus Is I ih(rty! 1st Anniversarv MR. And MRS. JAMES It seems like yesterday we said I do! One year later and our love is still strong ... The good days outweighed the bad days Bae, I love you today, tomor row and always. Happy anniversary. lEW Mr. ZHit M. B. CHURCH, IIC. 2511 E C'A:llumbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 (813) 247-3899 For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minis MR. DERRICK HUNTLEY Be strong! You've been missed too long! Welcome home! RONNIE DIXON Interested in contacting Ronnie Dixon? He's at: Ronnie Dixon 40571-018, FCC (USP-1), P. 0. Box 1033, Cole man, FL, 33521 : RRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. (813) REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7:50 ;"t.rn. Sunday School 9.45 a.m. Morn1ng Worship 10:50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Scrv1cc 6:30p.m. Life Ennchrnent Un1vers1ty VISit our website at www.tbcch.org or EmaH us at info@1bcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW 6 :00 P .M. Evening Worship 7 :00P. M TUESDAY. & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M


the light of His countenance amount of time to live, the your life is limited, why waste z He was There! The late Rev. James Moore sang a song titled, He Was There All Time. This signifies how God is in our lives. God has been there with us through all the things we have gone through. The continuous blessing is, He will be with us no matter what we go through tomorrow. This week's psalm from Psalm tells the story of God who is there for ever. The believer and the church must come to know and realize that God is a for ever God. Consider these few things the psalmist pens about God. In verse one he says the Lord has been our dwelling place in all generations. Here he speaks inclusivel y by say ing our. He lets them know that the Lord has not onl y been there for you and for someone else, but He has also been there for me. This gives further credence to the fact that we all have a reason to praise God. God has been a dwelling place in all generations. Although gep.erations have changed, God has remained a con stant. The people may have changed, but He has been the same. In every generation God has been there for them. He says that before there were mountains, and before the earth and the world were formed from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God (vs. 2). God did not start being God recently. He has been God for a long tim e He was God before anything was made. God has years upon yea rs of experience at being God. From everlasting to everlasting suggests that His reign has no beginning at:td it has no ending. What is amazing about serving a God who is from everlasting to everlasting and has been around longer than creation itself is that people actually think they can get over on Him. The psalmist writes about God that He has set all of our iniquities THE HOLY GHOST CHU PURCHASED WITH HIS 3613 N. 23rd St.** TamP,a, FL 33605 ( 813 ) 247-3055 Church ( 813 ) 613-4600 Cellular Email bishopandrews @ Jive.com SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M Morning Service -11:30 A.M. Evening Service7 : 30 P M Bible Stuclv -Tuesday Evening Bible Band 7:30 P. M Thursday Evening -YPWW-7:30P. M 1st And 3rd Friday Eve ning Women's Outreach Ministry-7:30 P. M. MOUNT PL_EASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org (vs. 8). psalmist asks God to teach us precious time? 0 God knows about all of our to number our days that we God is from everlasting to iniquities and sins; even may apply our hearts to wiseverlasting. He was, He is, those that are secret. He has dom (vs. 12). and He will always be! God set them in front of Him. Not Asking God to teach you knows you and the number of ::::0 that He would remember this will help you not squanyour days. Live life to its them, but to let you know der your life away on things fullest, making the best of that He knows about them. that have no true reason or everyday! Not only that but He shines o His light on them. He lets you know that He sees even those things done in secret and in dark places. In the days of Moses and before it was not unusual to hear that men were living well into their hundreds. Here in this text he writes that the days of years are threescore years and ten ; and if b y reason of strength fourscore years (vs. 10). It seems as though man's life has n ew shelf life of sev enty years. In order to live be yond that, it is going to be b y strength and good meas ure. The strength of living beyond is going to come at a cost oflabor and sorrow. The hope is that by the time a person reaches seventy or eighty they have lived a full life and accomplished their goals and dreams. At this age in life a person wants to rest relax, and enjoy the fruit of their labor. Considering the eternity of GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School -9 : 45 a.m. Morning Worship-11 a m Evening Worship-5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8616 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Offloe: (813) 6n-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 6720389 Academy Offioe: (813) sn-o968 Fax: (813) 672-0514 E-Mall: fbcopv@tampabay .rr.com DR. Senior Teaching Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM & 10: 551\ .M. .,U:UJ111unft -9: 45AM. -Adult & 'Youth! Chlkhn Tuesday 11 AM Adult Wednesday 7 P.M. Youth/ Children 7:30P.M. Adult A Satelle Campus For Falh Bible ln!till.te The Ctuoh For Global (Acis 1:8, Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thaa. 1:8) Thursday, November 11th, 7:30pm Greater Friendship MB Church, Rev: Madison Murray, Friday, NoYember 12th House of Prayer MB Chli'Ch, Rev. T. R. Coverson, Pastor SUnday, November 14b, 11:ooam Wl\PC.'Itttn Service -New Church Family in charge Rev. E. J. Williams And Sis. Janice Williams r--..__/ HERITAGE CHRIS'nAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor SUnday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.ll. SUnday School A.M. Mid-Week Worship. Tuesday 7:00 P.M. New TestarMnt M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30A M Sun. Morning Worship A.M. Wed. N ight: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers" "I Can Do All. Things Through Christ Who Strer7gthens Me."-Phil 4 :13 ST. MATiliEW M. B. CHURCH 3708 E Lake Ave., Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 628-0752 Website: www.stmatthewchurch.org Email: rsimstampabay.rr.com Break Of Day Worship 7 : 45 A M. 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Feed Our Children Celebrates 24 Years w m Feed Our Children Ministries :::!!: was held at Mount Calvary Seventh-Day Adventist Church. 0 Twanda Bradley and RanZ dall 'C' were he Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. Allen Temple AME Church a: Mass Choir, Bible-Based LL Church of Temple Terrace Male Choir and Speaking Hands of Miami were on program. HOPE received an award for its work in the com munity. c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::J t-> a: w > w c w :::t: (/) :::i m ::J 0. z (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Accepting the HOPE Award: Aryk Binghan, Rev. Sharon Streater, Arlene Aranda, Rev. Edna Hobley, Chaplain Moses Brown, Rev. Joe Johnson and Rev. Aaron Hoblcy. St. luke A.M.E. 96th Church Anniversary 2709 N. 25th Street Tampa, Fl33605 Phone (813) 248-6753 Fax (813)247-22.48 Email: stlukeame@verizon.net Theme: "look Where God Has Brought Us From" November 1 .4, 2010 REV. WALTER J. LASSITER II Pastor: St. Luke AME Church 10 a m Morning Annivel'$0ry Speaker LDER TOBIAS J. JOHNSON Zarephath Tabernacle Church Jacksonville, FL p m Afternoon Messenger REV. DWAYNE K. GADDIS Mt. Zion AME Church Riverview, FL Come Join us to worship, praise and exhalt the name of Jesus. w ..J ..J ::J m ..J w z z w (/) <( c a: 0 ..J LL m ch w C!J. first Baptist Church of College Hill and Tampa Family Health Centers Free Health Screenings Blood Sugar Cholesterol Blood Pressure HIV Give a ways/1 Line Dancingll Free Diabetes Classes Bring the KIDSI/ Video Dance Revolution Girls Scouts KIDS November 13 2010 10:00AM -3:00 PM Abe Brown's Ministries 2921 29th Street, Tampa, FL A t.,BCCIIIIealth & Wellness Ministry Pastor Michael K. Bouie of Allen Temple AME Church. Jane and Lewis Ellis, Hattie Byrd White, and Cheryl Byrd WashingChuck Taylor, Lisa Hall and Glo-ton were among those in atten-ria Taylor. dance" Jherika L. Turnbull, Lillian Simmons, Samantha Crews and Martha Daniels. In the back, Agnes Mayes and Georgia Thompson. Speaking Hands of Miami performed. The Hillsborough Community Mass Choir, Inc. We, the Hillsborough Community Mass Choir, would like to be blessed with your presence on our jllllllr 19th Annual Anniversary Musical Celebration. .J This glorious occasion will be held at Greater Bethel Baptist Church .! 1206 N. Jefferson Street on November 13, 201 0 at 5:00 P.M. The theme for this year's Anniversary is: "Just Can't Stop Praising His Namen Colossians 3:1-2 variOUS Group$, Mimes Dance Ministries (813) 781-4910 Email HCMC8511@aol.com ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie lewkht, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE S111day: 8:00 A M Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w!Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: Church of the inner city reachingout to the communfty by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF L VOlA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKIRK And PASTOR AUDREY NEWKIRK Committee Seeks Unsung CommunitY Hero Nominauons BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Tampa Police Depart ment's .Black History Commit tee wants residents to take an active role in this year s African American History Program They are inviting the community to submit nomi nations for the 2011 Unsung Community Hero Award. Nominees can consist of in dividuals, groups, or organiza tions within the City -of Tampa. The deadline for sub mitting nominations is January 3 2011. The 23rd Annual "Celebration of African American History" will take place Thursday, February 24,2011. Nominees must be cur rently involved in community service and his or her service must be reflective of the essence of the Tampa Police Department's theme "A Triple Crown: Reflections of the African American Family, Faith, and Education." The community service of the nominee must reflect family faith, or education. Volun teerism can include mentoring, feeding the home less, church, faith-based or ganizations, tutoring, crime prevention, and other similar areas. One nominee from each cat egory will be recognized. Any one wishing to submit an application can <;;ontact Officer Veronica Hamilton, Tampa Polic e Department, 411 N. Franklin Street Tampa 33602; via email at ica .Hamilton @ t a mpagoy,n e t, or b y at (813) 2 7 63391.


.f" ........... YOUR FAMILY SUPPORT & RESOURCE CENTER Sonia visits her local Family Support and Resource Center to bond and share stories with other parents-while daughter Brianna and son Brandon enjoy free tutoring, arts and crafts, and building friendships with other kids. Funded in part by the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, FSRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like: Educational play groups Mentoring Mobile health services Job skills training And much more! Visit www.ChildrensBoard.org today and discover one of our Family Support and Resource Centers near you. -T Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing Your' Children's Board se(ves as the leading voice and advocate for children and families in Hillsborough County, investing In more than 100 programs that touch over 200,000 cltlzens .. every year. To l earn more, vis i t www. ChHdr e n sBoard.org or call 813 .229.2884. .... 1\) 1\) 0 .... 0 "T1 r-0 ::::tJ c )> CJ) m z ::1 z m I I CJ c: r rm ::1 z ""C c: CJ c CJ) :I: m c m < m ::::tJ -< -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 ::::tJ c


C'\1 ,.... November Birthdays Ted McNair and Sha-Ron Anthony, we hope your birth days were everything you hoped for and wish you many more. Love, your family. Sick And Shut-Ins Lifting prayers for the sick and shut-ins: David and Alberta Shedrick, and Archie Hayes. Update on Iradean Biggs. She called on Saturday to say that she is getting stronger every day. She wants us to keep her in our daily prayers and sends her love to all. She is reading the Florida Sentinel and keeping up with us. Ms. Barbara Johnson, Mrs. > Banks, Mrs. Lillian Tol< bert, Mrs. Christian Hill C and "Billy Boy" asked me to fE give you their best wishes for a c speedy recovery. z < c en w :::: 1-> a: w > w c w en ::::J m :::: Q. z tu ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u. m I co w Deepest Sympathy Our sincere sympathy is sent to the families of Joe L. Blaclonon, Joyce Deering, Frances L. Wilson, Albert Edwards, Jr., Tobby Thomas, Sr., Patrick Godwin, Joseph Otis, Jr., Luella Hayes, Leroy Smith, III, and Brenda F. Christian, who recently lost their loved ones. St. JamesAME Church Of Progress Village News The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets each Thursday morning at 10:30 a.m. They are a group of God's children gathered to gether on one accord to learn the Word of God. Everyone is invited to come and share with them. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village News Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Blvd. (between 78th St. and Faulkenburg Rd.) My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and cards for Florida Prison Inmates write: MB2K Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, 336890402. Friends Of The 78th Street Community Library An organization of citizens who share a passionate com mitment for a strong library system. As a chapter the Friends Of The 78th Street Community Library will raise funds through its used book store and other projects for li brary programs and library enhancements. If interested, leave your contact information at the cir culation desk or email ill.: folWtail.com, so we can pass on meeting and event infor mation. For more information, you may call the Fri e nds office at (813) 273-3616. The Deaf And Hearing Connection For Tampa Bay Inc. Tampa: The Deaf and Hear ing Connection for Tampa Bay Inc. offers specialized tele phones and ring signaling de vices at no cost to Florida residents. Residents who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf/blind or speech impaired can receive this equipment. For more information go to www. ftri.org. Shirley Hagan-Martin Ministries, Inc. Tampa: Shirley Hagan Martin Ministries, Inc is men taring and encouraging battered and abused women. The ministry meets every Monday at T30 p. m. at 4603 N. 42nd Street. For more information log on to www.shirleymartin us or call (863) 944-2128. Sleeping Bags For The Homeless Ricki South and volun teers follow the soup kitchens in Tampa and the suburbs to distribute the bags. www.HelpKeepWarm.org the organization she formed to collect and distribute sleeping bags to the homeless is start ing its fourth year. With the money being donated she is hoping to be able to purchase 1 ,000 sleeping bags for the homeless. Last year she pur chased and distributed 448 to homeless in Brandon, Tampa Seffner and Gibsonton Her motivation is her hus band of 26 years who ended up on the streets and died before he could make it home for Christmas one year. As of Feb ruary 2009, there were 9,556 homeless people in Hillsbor ough County. To h!arn more visit www. homelessofthc. org. Checks or new sleeping bags can be sent to 708 Milliford Place, Brandon, FL, 33510 or donations can be made on www.helpkeepwarm.org. Every penny goes for sleeping bags and they will be distrib uted December 19th. Thought For Today Make no friendship with an angry man, and with a furious man do not go, l e st you learn his ways and set a snare for your soul. Proverbs 22:24 -25. F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon' s Kitchen (813) 7419 7 60. Let 's keep President Barack Obama and his fam ily in our daily prayer s L e t s also keep our s ervice m e n and wom e n lifted up as they continue to prot ect our country. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at (813) 403 -0071. Student lends A Helping Hand MESHA HARDEN TALLAHASSEE-Mesha Harden, a nursing major at Florida A&M University and Freedom High grad, is not your typical student. She is an active member and student adviser for the F AMU Chapter of the Tampa Bay Area Club, while maintaining her studies and a 3.0 grade point average in the School of Nursing. Harden is starting her own mentoring program for high school students and freshmen at FAMU. Harden came up with the idea of a mentoring program while working in a daycare. Harden saiq, "Working in the daycare, I've seen that some children needed help from an outside source other than their parents. As a teenager, I know how it is. You really don't want to hear anything from your parents, but when you get help and guidance from someone who is outside of your family that cares we seem to respond better." In order to put her mentoring program into action, Harden enlisted the help of a small group of students at FAMU to help her follow up on her mentoring program. Adrienne Blackwell, a criminal justice and psychol ogy double major and Freedom High grad, said "I've known Mesha since high school and I am excited and more than happy to be help ing her start her mentoring program. This is something she has always wanted to do." Harden said, "Right now I am starting the blueprints of my mentoring program. It will be fully functioning start ing in January 2011. I just want to make sure I have everything in order for those helping me and the children participating." The men to ring program will include men to ring on various areas in education as well as some one-on-one mentoring and group mentoring ses sions. Harden said, "I want to make this mentoring program very interactive and beneficial for the students participating." Harden recently received news that her mentoring program would receive a private grant to assist with any costs. Citv 01 Tampa Seeks Volunteers For Communitv Advisorv Comminees The City of Tampa Commu nity Redevelopment Agency is seeking individuals to serve on Community Advis .ory Committees for 5 Community Redevelopment Areas (CRA): Central Park, Channel bistrict, DowntoWn, Drew Park, and Tampa Heights River front. Interested parties must live or work in one of the redevel opment areas or have significant interests witl1in tl1e area. 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NEW DELHI -Michelle Obama strolled with 15 schoolgirls and took turns holding each one's hand during a field trip Monday through a museum of Indian craft work. She delivered a strong message to the girls, telling them to study hard and be educated. She also said she likes to exercise because "women have to stay s trong. After the tour, the group sat under a canopy of trees and shared mango juice while Mrs. Obama entertain ed their questions, some of which were probing. Fourteen-year-old Manpreet Kaur, who ca m e by overnight train from her village in Punjab, had asked the first lady if American girls struggled like India with the issue of gender preference for men. Mrs. Obama r ep li ed that things in the U S had improved and that there now were as many women in univ ersities as men. Manpreet asked another tough question: whether Mrs. Obama or the president had to apologize first after they get into a fight. She said of course the pres ident makes up first,' the girl said, drawing giggles from th e r es t of the group. Th gir l said th y were urprised b y the answer and wou ld go home and tell their mothers. ''The Voice Our ommunity Spea.ki11g for Itself' (813) 248-1921 Teen Beaten To Death For Being The Next Man That Walked Bv' Four Atlanta teenagers have been a rrested after the group jumpe d and killed another t ee n at a party. Bobby Tillman was walking down a street when he was jumped by four teens for ibeing the next person who walked byi. Police state that the two of the four teen men were involved in an altercation with two females, when one of the men was punched by a girl. Rather than take out his anger on the female, police say that the man threatened the next male who walked bythat happened to be Tillman. Authorities state that Tillman was beat by multiple attackers beat and stomped him until he was unconscious, Deputies arriving at the scene tried to Bobby Tillman was punched, kicked and stomped to death at party. administer CPR to the teen, but he didn't survive. Quantez Devonta Mallory, Horace Damon Coleman, Emanuel Benjamin Boykins and Tracen Lamar Franklin are the four men charged with Tillman's murder. Mother Jailed For Encouraging Her To Take Shots Of uauor An Australian woman has b ee n jaile d for encouraging her five-year-old son to drink homemade liquor Kylie Eastwood, 36-year old mother of six will serve at least eight months in prison for allowing her five-year-old son to down several shots of homemade moonshine after a judge ruled she bad failed to stay sober since the incident two years ago. During the shocking July 2008 incident, the boy' s father confiscated the alcohol when be caught his child drinking it at their home. He later called an ambulance KYL1E EAS'IWOOD after be found Eastwood rooting the five-year-old on as be consumed more shots in the kitchen. 2 Charged With Murder In BoV's Death On Halloween LOS ANGELES -Two reputed gang members have b e n charged with murder for a Los Angeles Halloween s hootin g that killed a s-year old boy as he show d off hi s costum in his backyard. Eight n-year old Denson and 21-year-old Leonard Hall were charged Monday with murder and attempted murder. Prosecutors say they could face life in prison if convict ed. Pro ecutor cont nd th men fired into a South Lo Ang les backyard they mis tak nl y b li v d b longed to a rival gang. Fiv -y ar-old Aaron Shruuton Jr. wa shot in the back of the h ead on Oct. 31 as Aaron Shannon Sr., 25 second from left, and his father William Shannon 56, attend a news conference Friday, Nov. 5 2010, with Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. h pos d for photos in hi Spid r -Man o tum T\ o r l ativ s w r wounded. 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County ews Congratulations! KAY FIELDS DEBRA WRIGHT Shaw-Nuf Talk extends congratulations to Kay Fields and Debra Wright, both of Lakeland, in their recent victories for seats on the School Board of Polk County. On A.ugust 24 2010, Fields defeated her opponent, Michael Bullard, to retain the District 5 seat. Fields had 40,404 votes or 62 percent of the total to 25,245 for Bullard. The victory began a 3-year tenure for Fields, who is also the school board Chairlady Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Lakeland and the wife of Lakeland's Mayor GowFields. On Nov 2nd, in a run-off election for the District 6 seat, Wright defeated two-termer Margaret Lofton. Wright had 71,337 votes to Lofton's 67,913. Wright will be sworn in on Nov. 16th. Wright is the widow of the late Clint Wright, who served as Superintendent of the Lake Wales Charter Schools before he passed away in 2007. Salute To Veterans Shaw-NrifTalk extends a belated salute to all Veterans who have served our country in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine s a nd National Guard. Thank you for th e service that you have given to the families of the United States of America. May the Lord richly bless each of you. Thanksgiving Worship Service To Be Held On Thursday, November 25, 2010, the Interde nominational Mini s ter's Allianc e will host its Thanksgiving Service. The hosts ite will be New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Lakeland, Reverend Kendrick Green, pastor. The speaker will be Pastor E. T. Pickett III of Word Alive Ministries. The service will begin at 9:00 a m. For further infor mation, call (863) 307-0925. Corne, bring your family and friends and expect to experience an awesome worship service filled with thanksgiv ing. Restaurant Helps Church To Feed Homeless And Needy High Point Church in Lake Wales will sponsor Community Fun Night to raise money for its community food kitchen. On Nov. 18th Bob Evans Restaurant 23269 U.S. Highway 27, will donat e 15 p e rcent of th e cost of each meal purchased b etwee n the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 10:00 p .m. High Point Church serves more tha n 100 hot meals to homele ss and needy persons on Sunday afternoons. For further information, call (863) 6 7 6-7475 or pick-up a flyer at the church at 501 Bum s Ave nu e in Lake Wales. P o l k Hi g h Schools To Participate In Disney Holiday Program Nine Polk County high s chool choirs have been cho sen to participate in the 2010 Candlelight Processional and Mass Choir Program at Disney. The schools chosen are Auburndale High School, Frostproof Senior High School, George Jenkins High School, Harrison School of the Arts, Kathleen High School, Lake Gibson High School, Lake Region High School, Ridge Community High School and Tenoroc High SchooL Happy Birthday To You! Special belated birthday wishes are extended to Pastor Bobby Shaw, of Ambassadors for Christ Church of the Living God, Lakeland. He celebrated his birthday on Nov. 7th. Special happy birthday wishes are extended to Pastor Sheila Green, of Auburndale, Nov. 14th; Shelton Faison, II, of Plant City, who will celebrate his 15th birthday on Nov. 13th; Lakeland gentleman Michael W. Johnson, and Mother Christine Mack, of Clearwater, on Nov. 15th ; and Mother Lucille Rouges, o f Lakeland, who will celebrate 99 years of life on Nov. 16th! May the Lord m bless each of you with many more days of your lives! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out Brenda Griffin, a.k.a. Ms. Brenda, of Lakeland, who is at home recovering fr. orn surgery. Ms. Brenda is employed by the Lakeland Housing Authority's 21st Century Community Learning Center, where she spreads cheer and laughter with a swirl of firmness. We're praying for your successful recovery Ms. Brenda, your co-workers and 21st CCLC students miss you a whole bunch! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings family reunions, civic groups social clubs, religious organizations, and communi ty news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.corn or calling (863) 513-8437. ..... 1\) 1\) 0 ..... 0 r 0 :rl en m z :::f z m r m c: r r m :::f z Church Hosts 2010 Back To School Bash And Communitv oav 'lJ c: aJ r c;; :t m c BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist PLANT CTIY -The end of the summer was a blast for some youth of Plant City and their families. Minister Jerome Fortson, Pastor of Praise and Deliverance Temple (PDT) and the members hosted the churchls annual Back-to-School Bash and Community Day. This was a day of fun, games, free physical and spiritual food for th e young and 'the young-at-h eart" as Minister Jerome Fortson presents the trophy to the Britt Chapel team are from left to right: Minister Gary Hird, Caroline Hird, Elijah Buford, III, Shelton Faison, II, Minister Jerome Fortson, Michael Shaw, II, Jay Hird, Michael Shaw, Dwaynes Hayes (kneeling). members provided service to their bruests with smiles. they enjoyed gos pel music and the water castle slides. The PRAIZ BOWL, a flag football game played betw een PDT and her sister c hurch Britt Chapel brought a lot of fun, c hall enge, laughs and excite ment to the after n oon. The Prniz Bowl referee. For the first time, a trophy was awarded to the winning team. This year's winner was Britt Chapel. Each student \vho attended received a bag of free school supplies. The annual event is one of the many outreach services that PDT conducts in the Plant City community. At the closing of the event, Minister Gary Hird, Pastor of Britt Chapel, prayed a prayer of encouragement, wisdom and protection for the students and their families. (Photos by ShawNut). The game began all players in the Circle of Prayer. Minister .Jerome Fortson, (left), aud Tuwt.ya Dasher, (far right), are with youth and families.


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II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a p u blic hearing on November 17. 2010 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s) violation address, code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall 315 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa, Florida Affected property owners will be giv13n the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call th e Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE # 10-04688 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 LOT30 199028 0000 LOTS 10 AND 11 AND LOT 12 114283 0000 SECTIONS : 19-49 & 19-50 LESS AD R/W DESC AS BEG CASE # 1 O-Q5434 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 AT RAD 25 FT ARC 3102 W. FIELDER ST., TAMPA, FL TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-49 190990 0000 39. 27 FT W 37 5 FT AND S SECTION : 19-50 POWELL:S ADDITION 137. 5 FT TO BEG BLOCK 1 OAKELLAR LOT 4 BLOCK 11 CASE# 10-10185 114804 0000 E 60 FT OF LOTS 1 AND 2 175823.0000 AND E 60 FT OF N 9.26 FT MO_ RRIS MICHAEL OF LOT 33 BLOCK 6 CASE # 1 O-Q7779 2011 STUART ST., CASE # 1 0-13055 127955.0250 WILLIAMS, JAMES TAMPA FL BARRETT JEB E. 1911 E. 6TH AVE., SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19-50 2909 W. LEILA AVE., CASE# 1o-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 : 5-104.3 SUBDIVISION 190994 0000 5-108.4 & 5 .105. 1 HALF WAY ADDITION NO. 2 MC KNIGHT'S SUBDIVISION W 3 FT OF LOT 3 AND E .z LOT 16 BLOCK L LOT 7 BLOCK 2 OF LOT 4 BLOCK 3 189902.0000 CASE # 1 0-1 0840 134700 0000 188765 0000 FRUHMORGEN, CAROLINE H CASE # 1 o-17840 CASE # 1 O-Q8484 4515 S. CLARK AVE., CASE # 1 o-13437 EAST WEST TRADING PURNELL, BURCE B. TAMPA, FL DICKSON, DEBORAH LEE PARTNERS LLC C/0 JAMES 4303 W. TACON ST., LEVIT THOMAS L. D SR. SMITH REG AGENT TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-50 & 19-233 204 N. MANHATTAN AVE., 4610 W. LOIS AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-47 19-49 MANHATTAN MANOR NO. 3 TAMPA FL CODE SECTIONS : 5-108.4 &19-50 LOT 21 BLOCK 3 SECTIONS : 19-46 & 19-50 & 5-105.1 MARYLAND MANOR 129886 0000 MANHATTAN SUBDIVISION DREW PARK RE PLAT OF REVISED PLAT S 67 5 FT OF LOT 21 AND S E 20FT OF LOT 16 AND LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 1 67 5 FT OF E 10FT OF LOT 11 LOT 17 BLOCK 32 CASE# 10-11459 112930 0000 BLOCK 49 124278.0000 MCMILLER, GERALD 108318 0100 CASE # 10-08604 MCMILLER VANESSA CASE# 10-13912 WINIAREK, MICHAL J CASE# 10-17845 I:IAMPTON, JOHN JR., 1944 W. ARCH ST., DAVIS, RICHARD NEVIN HAMPTON BRENDA TAMPA, FL WINIAREK, MARY J BUILLA-DAVIS MARISOL A. 2217 LINSEY ST., 1/2 2317 S. HUBERT AVE., DAVIS SUSAN TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, 19-50 TAMPA FL 915 W. WOODLAND AVE., SECTIONS : 19 -4 7 19-49, & 19-233 SECTIONS : 19-46 19-49 TAMPA FL 19-50 & 19233 BENJAMIN'S 2ND ADDITION & 19-56 CODE SECTIONS : 5-104 .3, SOUTHLAND TO W EST 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 H EARD AT SAID H EARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK II INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts Laws of Florida sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 11/30/10 CLEANING OF OZONE CONTACT CHAMBERS AT DAVID L. TIPPIN WATER TREATMENT FACILITY PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 9:00 AM ON 11/15/10@ CITY OF TAMPA DAVID L. TIPPIN WATER TREATMENT PLANTADMIN. BLDG., 1ST FL. CONF. RM, 7125 N. 30TH ST., TAMPA, FL '3:00PM ON 12/1/10 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE OF VARIOUS CITY-OWNED BUILDING LOCATIONS PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 9:00 AM ON 11117/10@ CITY OF TAMPA STORMWATER OPERATIONS BLDG., 3804 E. 26TH AVE., TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchas i ng Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a B i d made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 11/12/10 Gregory K Speannan CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa Fl 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa FL 33602 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ."T1 JJ c z 0 < m :l: m m JJ I\) 0 0 "T1 r-0 JJ (J) m z :::1 z m r-m c r rm :::1 z "'tJ c m r-c;; :l: m c m < m c m (J) c )> z c "T1 :!:! c


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II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No : 1 0-CA-001582 DIVISION: B FA SECTION: I FREMONT REORGANIZING CORPORATION f/k/a FREMONT INVESTMENT & LOAN a California Corporation (PLAINTIFF) vs. BERNADETTE LaFAVE ROBINSON and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees, grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF BERNADETTE LaFAVE ROBINSON; PROVIDENCE TOWNHOMES HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION INC. ; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT ; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment/Order entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following described property situated in H i llsborough County Florida descr i bed as: LOT 7 IN BLOCK 18 OF PROVIDENCE TOWN HOMES PHASE 3 AND 4 ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 87, PAGE 7 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA at public sale, to the highest bidder for cash at 10:00 A.M. on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs St., Tampa Florida 33602 on December 10. 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk, a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the C lerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12: 00 p m the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PE_ RSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA FLqRIDA, 33602, (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 5th day of 2010 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/LaNITRA DIGGS AS DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 10-CA-012070 DIVISION: H RF-SECTION: II WELLS FARGO BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, successor by merger to WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION (PLAINTIFF) vs. CHERYL M. BERNAL and all unknown parties claiming by, through under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees or other claimants ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CHERYL M. BERNAL; CITY OF TAMPA; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TENANT, i n possession of the subject real property DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgm e n t/ Order entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following described property situated i n Hillsborough County Florida desc ribed as: LOT 5 BLOCK 2 LA PALOMA ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3 PAGE 5 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. at public sale to the highest b i dder for cash at 10:00 A.M. on the 2nd Floor Room 202 in the George E Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs St., Tampa Florida 33602 on December 8. 2010 The highest bidder shall i mmed i ately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid. The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m the next business day ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY, OTHER THAN THf:: PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602 (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 5th day of November. 201 0. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Is/SUSAN D'LORETO AS DEPUTY CLERK Sl....JPPC>FI 1 I IE FLC>FIII SEI'-I 1 1 II'-IEL ................. >....,-EFI ISEFIS Avon Representatives Needed All Areas! 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:!! c IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE 13TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2010-CA-01715 DIVISION: C RF SECTION: I ARCH BAY HOLDINGS, LLC-SERIES 2009B (PLAINTIFF) vs. MICHAEL E. HIGHSMITH and all unknown parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant who are unknown to be dead or alive whether said unknown are persons heirs devisees grantees, or other claimants; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF MICHAEL E. HIGHSMITH; CAREY F. HIGHSMITH; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT II/UNKNOWN TEANT, in possession of the subject real property DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final JudgmenVOrder entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following described property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as : THE EAST 2n.5 FEET OF THE WEST 1102.5 FEET OF THE SOUTHWEST % OF THE NORTHEAST % OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 28 SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA LESS RIGHT OF WAY FOR STATE ROAD S-582 OFF THE NORTH SIDE THEREOF at public sale, to the highest bidder for cash at 10:00 A.M. on the 2nd Floor, Room 202 in the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse at 800 E Twiggs St., Tampa, Florida 33602 on December 1 o ; 2010 The highest bidder shall immediately post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5%) of the final bid The deposit must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court Final payment must be made by 12:00 p.m. the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER Tf:iAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET, TAMPA, FLORIDA, 33602, (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this .5th. day of November. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT INVITATION TO BID Sub bids requested from W/MBE Subcontractors and/or suppliers. Hillsborough County Himes Avenue and Kirby Street Drainage Improvements Bid Date: November 23, 201 0 Sub bids due no. later than November 19, 201 0 Trades/Services Requested: Asphalt Concrete, Erosion Control Fencing, Landscaping Stripping/Signage Survey, Trucking and Video Kimmins Contracting Corp. 1501 2nd Avenue Tampa, FL 33605 813-805-8627 Contact Person: Carolyn G. Seals Email Address: cseals@kimmins.com Equal Opportunity Employer TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) NO. B-Q07-11 HIGHWAY ADVISORY RADIO (HAR) SYSTEM PROJECT NO. 11-00511 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified bidders interested in providing a Highway Advisory Radio (HAR) System at two locations at the Tampa Port Authority The ITB is available through a link on the TPA's website (www tampaport com) and the DemandStar"System (www.demand star.com) Interested firms shall submit the completed response to the Tampa Port Authority, 1101 Channelside Drive 4th Floor Tampa FL 33602 Bids are due by 1 : 00 p.m. on Friday December 3 2010 at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl-1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects ano has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE par ticipation when evaluating the bids. Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey, TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044, by email at dcasey@tampaport com, or by fax at (813) 905-5050. By: /s/LaNITRA DIGGS II 11 AS DEPUTY CLERK EMPLOYMENT GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora @ (813) 24e-1921 Fax To: (813) 248-9218 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com Natural Roots Salon And Barber Looking For Dedicated And Dependable Licen sed Barbers And Stylists Booth Rental Available Call (813) 770-7039 Work Online Emalllng Others To Qualify You Must Have A Phone, Computer Email, Internet Apply Today Start Immediately Call (813) 389-0852 II East Tampa Business And Civic Association 1219 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath With Single Car Garage Up to $6o,opo.oo Available In Down Payment Assistance (813) 248-3977 East Tampa Business. 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CARBAUGH; TENANT 1/UNKNOWN TENANT; and TENANT IVUNKNOWN TENANT, in possession of the subject real property DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final JudgmenVOrder entered in the above noted case, that I will sell the following described property situated in Hillsborough County, Florida described as: LOT 8, BLOCK A, AZALEA GARDENS ESTATES ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 33, PAGE 1, PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. at public sal e to the highest bidde r for c ash a t 10:00 A M., o n the 2nd Floor Room 202 i n t h e George E. E dgecom b Courthouse a t 800 E T w iggs St., T ampa, Florida 33602 on December 10. 2010. The highest b i dder shall immediatel y post with the Clerk a deposit equal to five percent (5 % ) of the f inal bid. The deposi t must be cash or cashier's check payable to the Clerk of the Court. Final payment must be made by 12:00 p m the next business day. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE-LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, PERSONS NEEDING A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING SHOULD CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING AT 800 E. TWIGGS STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA 33602, (813) 272-7040; IF YOU ARE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 711. Dated this 5th day of November. 2010. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /sllaNITRA DIGGS AS DEPUTY CLERK -----------------------For Your The Florida Se.-.tl.-.el Bulletl.-. Ac:::c:::epts Ia : nn ,, ... tf{ .,..._. 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