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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c c -cc: Q ...1 u.. SEE PAGE 23-A VOL. 66 NO. 28 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2011 52 PAGES 75 Williams Park NotAHected BvShordall SEE PAGE 3-A Political Activist Anends White House Briefing SEE PAGE 9-A or r1es No Charges Filed lnRoadRaue Stabbing SEE PAGE 23 A YOUNG PEOPlE PARTICIPATE ON PHI DElTA UPPA lUNCHEON PROGRAM The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Alpha Omicron Chapter, held its 30th Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show at the Marriott Hotel. Velvet Caldwell was the Mistress of Ceremonies. Essie Roberson is the President. Fashions from area boutiques were modeled. Proceeds from this event benefit the Mary E. McCullough Scholarship Fund. Prospective Xinos and Kudos were a part of the program. From left to right: Makayla Newby, Joshua Curry-Lester, Kierra Bryant, Wayne Price, Emani Curry-Lester, Javier Perez, Alyssa Newby, Georgia Simpson and Caitlyn Curry. (Photo by Lomax Mcintyre)

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features Where Things Stand Now: i Work Continues > To Revive WTMP c a: LL BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer The work continues in the drive to revive a radio format similar to WTMP. Potential investors have met twice, with a third meet ing scheduled for the first week of December. The Tampa Organization of Black Affairs is facilitating the process Its spokesman, James Ransom, says in vestors are in the process of seeking legal and accounting services." He says the group will then form as one by estab lishing itself as a corporate en tity, then partner with a radio station management and op erations company in hopes of establishing a station on an AM dial with a format similar to WTMP; reviving R&B, Classic Soul and community informational programming. Ransom says the monu mental work needed to com plete this process forced the group to reevaluate its origi nal timeline It s now hoped things will be completed sometime in March. WIMP was the area's R&B leader for 57 years. Original programming was abruptly brought to a stop in September when Davidson Media Group took over the lease of the station, the call letters, website FM 96.1 and AM 1150 dials The station currently has a Spanish language for mat. East Tampa Homeowner Waits For Fair oner c a: LL c BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Linda Dixon has seen ;::: the changes going on around c her. She has seen homes disen appear from the square block she lives on, and two busit-nesses are also gone All of the properties have been purW chased by the City of Tampa with Tax Increment Finance c (TIF) dollars generated from East Tampa property taxes. en Before hearing news about a proposed grocery ::::') store on the properties Ill. around her, Ms. Dixon had Z gotten an offer from the city ti for the purchase of her home :::t "I have a double-corner ::::') lot, and all they offered me at first was I thought W that was an insult and that they were trying to take my .ffi property away from me. en Ms. Dixon said she 4 knows what Gene O'Steen C got for his property, and she also knows what the city was ....1 willing to pay the man who LL owns a house where a proposed roundabout is to be This is Ms. Dixon's house and double lot on the corner of 21 .. Street and 20th Avenue. constructed. I've gotten another offer but I still feel it's not right. "I've never met or spoke to Ed Johnson (East Tampa Development Man ager), but I did find a card stuck in my door from the city's real estate department. When I called, I was asked if Ed Johnson had talked to me. I was then told the city could take my property from me through imminent domain if I held out, and it would be in my best interest to accept their offer. Ms. Dixon said she has no intention of accepting any offers at this time and is upset she was threatened by city officials. "I have expectations of what I want in exchange for the purchase of my property, and if they aren't willing to meet those expectations, I'm not going anywhere." Author Of Empowerment Books launches Website For Women Entrepreneurs. Erin Shell Anthony, CEO of Live Life Well Now, LLC, is offering direct training opportunities for entrepre neurs through their new web site, www .erinshellanthony.co m. The new website features resources including free tele classes on branding, market ing and finding purpose in business, as well as one on one power coaching for women business owners. ERIN ANTHONY Mom Who Died In Her Sleep Had A Historv 01 Heart Problems BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Friday, a 32-year-old Tampa mother of 3 was dis covered deceased inside her East Tampa apartment. Her mother said the death is likely related to a lifelong history of heart problems. A Tampa native, Ms Rateasha D. Jones was the daughter of Ms. Gwendolyn Howard and Robert L. Jones. She was born with a hole in her heart and other problems. "Her heart was never right," her mother said. Ms. Howard said her daughter died in her sleep. Based on information she has received so far her death is attributed to her history of heart problems. Ms. Howard said her daughter was disabled her en tire life. She had endured heart valve replacement during her first year of She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Hillsborough High School in 1999. "She was totally disabled, MS. RATEASHA JONES 9/9/79 --11/18/11 but she was a happy, free spirited young woman whose family was very important to her. She was a homemaker whose life was all about her children," Ms. Howard said. Ms. Howard further stated that her daughter was the mother of three children, Tatiana, 8, and twins Ma'Kiya and Michael, who turned 1-year-old on November 20th. She was also the mother of a son who preceded her in death Ms. Howard said Michael Patterson, Sr., was her daughter's high school sweetheart and the father of her children. They were planning to get married. They had been together for the past 12 years . Ms. Jones was a member of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, lnc.ln addition to children ; and Ms. Jones is survived by s sisters, 3 -brothers, and Ms. Carol Stephens, a lov ing and devoted aunt, other family members and friends. Funeral services for Ms. Jones will be held on Satur day, November 26th, 2 p.rp.., at St : John Cathedral. Wilson s Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrangement.

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eatures -DOl Driver Given CitV's Shornall on Repairing 15 Years In Death Pools Won't Eftect Williams Park ; 0 S BY LEON B. CREWS Park at the top of the list. The other pools N I Jazz I n g e r Sentinel Staff Writer were: the Roy Jenkins Pool on Davis Island, UtcN....., Cuscaden, and the Angus Goss Pool near MS. TINA HARRISON ... Jazz Singer During the early morning hours of April 4, 2009, a then 25-year-old man crashed into a vehicle in which two women were rid ing. The accident ended the life of a mother, daughter, friend, and an aspiring jazz singer. Ms. Tina Harrison, who performed under the stage name of "Tina Lad'e," died that night and Ms. LaChan Knowles, 4 9, was seriously injured. Ryan Carll was charged with DUI Manslaughter, and driving under the influ ence with property damage. Hillsborough County Judge Emmett Battles sentenced Carll, who has already been in custody for 9Q2 days, to 15 years in prison. Carll was also sentenced to 5 years on charges of felony battery and drug possession. That sentence will run concurrent with the 15-year sentence. Ms. Harrison, 39, was stopped at a traffic light on North Dale Mabry Highway RYAN CARLL ... Sentenced to 15 Years in prison and Mapledale Drive when the vehicle driven by Carll, who was driving a pickup truck, struck her from be hind. Upon impact, the 1999 Lexus the women were riding in was thrown into the intersection whe r e it flipped, and the roof struck a traffic signal post before it came to rest. Ms. Harrison, who was driving, was transported t o St. Joseph's Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. Ms. Knowles was admitted to the hospital for her injuries. Ms. Knowles represented Ms. Harrison through her Fresh Concepts Business Management Company. They had been friends for several years. Ms. Harrison was the lead singer with the On Que Players and was en route home when the accident occurred. She was the mother of two children and a member of New Zion Mis sionary Baptist Church, in Clearwater, where her father is the pastor. Elegant and Elegance Is Style" fi/II!J Designer Suits Dfflssea Jewelry, Handbags City Councilman Frank Reddick said Hillsborough High School." ...... when he got the news the city was short on Councilman Reddick said the city's funds to repair all of the pools that need it, he Parks and Recreation Department doesn't made sure the pool at Williams Park wouldn't want to close any of the pools, but it's been be included suggested some be used on a limited basis. City officials said from their analysis, $15 to "One suggestion was to add splash pads at $20 million is needed to repair all of the city's some ofthe pools that need repairs and won't pools but only $6.5 million is available. get them. Councilman Reddick said a priority list "The pool at Riverfront Park was not on the was made listing the pools that would be relist for the ones that needed to be repaired, so paired with the limited funds. it looks like all of the pools close to African "I was happy to see the pool at Williams American communities are in good shape." Black Republicans Prepare For Upcoming Convention BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Next August, the City of Tampa will host the 2012 National Republican Convention. The weeklong event will provide an opportunity for several businesses and organizations in the area. In preparation of the convention, the African American Republican Club of Hills borough County hopes to work with members of the community to provide support for African American political candidates sup port appointment to boards and commissions, and facilitate applications for state govern ment employment. Businessman K. C. Bowick is the Presi dent of the Black Republican Club of Hillsbor ough County. Bowick said his goal is "to achieve goals for involvement in all aspects of the events, activities, and venues related to the 2012 Convention and the long term activities of the Republican Party." As the convention nears, Bowick wants to form committees to create an African Ameri--n can Directory for distribution during the con-0 vention. He also wants to establish a business ::C opportunities committee related to the ven-dors and services needed for the convention. en Ms. Wilhelmina Curtis, Vice President m of the organization said, "There is no time like now to come out and become involved in the Z m formulation of the committees and leadership r in this once-in-a-lifetime event in Tampa. The organization hopes to facilitate the in-F volvement of local business in gJ preparation for the convention, as well as to z e:11:pand its membership. "'C The Black Republicans Club of Hillsbo-ffi rough County was created in 2010. Anyone C wishing to obtain information can call (813) 964-6897 or email aarchc@tampabay.rr.com. 2J m m c News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 J ( For Loss Wagtts And Medical care ... c Ptirsonallzad Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attomey will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there Is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wl'ila,es Wron n, ..... k And. Call Michelle B. Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Michelle B. Inc.

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0 Loca C\1 a: w m ::;: w > 0 z Mom savs Inmate unable To Talk, Mav Never Walk Au a in Youth Organization wants To Address Minors Serving Adult Sentences c a: u. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Mrs. Linda Easterling said the last time she saw the son she raised was on November 12th. However, the last time she spoke with him was several months before then. She is not sure what happened to 35-year-old Gary Tippins, an inmate at Lake Butler Correctional Institution. He has a tentative release date of March 17, 2018, But, his adopted mother fears he won't survive that long. Mrs. Easterling said the prison won't share any information with her about Tippins. They told me that because he is an adult and c because of the HIPPA Law, [ they don' t have to tell me u. anything. She stated that the prison c upon a dvtrt i!lnlt n t s Bcfol'o yon decid e :utk t o s o ud wriuen infom .. u i o u about our qualific: uion s nnd e xperience, said. "Every time we go to see him, he just looks at us. It is just pitiful. He may never be able to talk again or walk again. They are just letting him lay there and deteriorate and he's been like this since May," she said. Troubled Past Tippins attended the local schools of Hillsborough County. But, his life would not be trouble free He was arrested in July 1994, and sentenced to 2 years in prison on drug charges. J.U.I.C.E. CADETS Tippins and two others were arrested on March 24, 1995, and faced several charges including two counts of attempted murder of a law enforcement officer. Tippins, who served 328 days in the county jail was sentenced to nearly 7 years for his role in the robberyturned-shootout with the police. Two Tampa Police officers were injured. He tes tified against his co-defen dants and released in 1996 His record shows court-. ordered stays at DACCO and the Phoenix House. He went to prison in 1998 and was released in September 2000. He began his current prison term of 15 years in 2005. The Poet While in prison, Tippins began writing poetry. He would mail much of his work to the Sentinel for publication. He would warn other young men about prison life in many of his writings. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Juveniles United In A Community Effort (J.U.I.C E.), along with The Pure Poets Society, wants to address the new problem of minors being adjudicated as adults and lacking any viable skills. "These minors are the per fect candidates to fill the jail that drain our tax dollars," said Sanford Harper, Jr. "There is an element of society that doesn' t want to see them succeed, so an environment is created where they will be assured of returning back to jail. Once they get the tag of being at risk, no one wants to deal with them. They just want them locked away. J.U.I.C. E. seeks out and trains these at-risk youth to be self-sufficient and at the same time, help their community and family Harper currently has 20 candidates who are ready to help th_ese at-risk youth Areas Of Practice: BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 CHILD SUPPORT PROBATE & WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY PERSONAL INJURY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY. REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN F. Keml OgunWII Attorney At law 109 N Amwnia Awnue FL S380t (813l264-8717 Th ftlrlftO ot lawyar le n '"'Prtnt cteetloft tf'tat ho'-1111 ftOI be NeMI I.IPOft tr..-tt.,.h.. tore o.--.elttect "'to''"" ow ,,., ._....,_" .... .,. .. ue ,.ftt ttn o e.t experience success First we want to increase their vocabulary and teach them self-improvement We encourage them to be familiar with other languages to expand their horizons which introduces them to globalization and helps them create better relationships with their culturally diverse com munities. Harper said they hope to expand to the Hyde Park, Davis Island and North Tampa areas, and create funding for summer programs. "The best way to prevent minors from serving adult sentences is to not allow it to get that far. Through military-style disciplines, we want to shape them into stronger people who can go out and bring in their peers "Once the gates are open and they see what's inside, we want them all to feel drawn to a better now and a better future. Harper is also proud to announce that they have the opportunity to purchase a 14-acre site in the county that will include an administrative building, farming area, barracks, and training c ourse.

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., editorials Columns :!! 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 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 19ao-2o1o (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers. do not necessarily reflect the ed i torial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher A Bucket list Of Reasons To Be Thankful M ore often than not, when people experience hard times -joblessness, illness, death ofloved-ones, or days of simply being misunderstood and undervalued -they lose sight of all the things that should make them thankful. Do you know what we mean? However, as in the adage, "Every cloud has a silver lining," certainly, every bad day has a good day that either follows it or came before it. And for those silverlinings, we should be thankful, especially if we wake up "top-side." But among other things, we are thankful for having had no hurricanes, for having a job, a home, a car, food and clothing, the ability to see, touch, smell, hear and speak, the ability to walk, dance and even run. We give God thanks for bringing our troops home. Let all life give thanks for something. Death In An Unnecessarv Darkness T o the rest of the world, Tampa touts itself as a modern-day metropolis . a city of light where mothers can walk and children can play in peace and safety. But in reality, when the sun goes down, in certain places, this Southern city becomes a wilderness of darkness and danger a town crisscrossed with footpaths and dark streets where the only lights are the headlamps of a speeding car threatening to run pedestrians down like deer on a country road. Just recently, a pregnant mother and her one-yearold child were added to the list of casualties to a town that features, "Y'all come!" However, when queried about this ongoing flytrap of unpaved streets and unlit nights, City ofTampa representatives were at a loss as to what they should say ordo. We say that's not good enough. Ask the family of Monica Alvarez and her stillborn son what should have been done on her street in her neighborhood at 43rd Street and Hillsborough Avenue adolescent boys and girls prove their adulthood, not by killing a lion, but by crossing the street. Ask the neighbors of Monica Alvarez whose life was cut short because the driver who hit her had no way of knowing she had blended in with the night. Then as. k City representatives who inspected N. 43rc1 Street dur-The Dilemma Of The Death Penaltv hould there ever be a case where a convicted felon be sentenced to death? This is a most controversial issue. There are those who firmly believe that the death penalty is appropriate in some crimes. Others believe that death should never be an option, regardless of the crime. Think with me about three young girls who were kid napped and raped repeatedly over three days and then had their throats sliced. Shouldn't this monster of a man be found unfit to live and sen tenced to death? Keep your thinking caps on and try to remember the serial killer who murdered 16 people cold-bloodedly At his sentencing hearing, he said that his only regret was that he did not kill more people. He further declared that if he ever got out of jail, he would go on killing people. There is another side to that death penalty coin. The poster man against the death penalty occurred right here in Florida in the famous Pitts and Lee case. These two men spent two decades on death row for a crime that neither ted. Suppose those two men had been put to death? I have no doubt that a number of innocent people have been sentenced to death and put to death. Regardless of what side of the death penalty you are on, '. e Sol Be Careful What You Wish For We human beings are an odd lot. Not wait ing to see the full item, or to hear the complete story we judge a person or an ence, not by what we know, but by what we believe. It is not uncommon for each of us who is a parent or grandparent to tell our chil dren, "If you do well in school and in life, who knows, but that you might grow up, someday, to be president of the United States. Then we sit back and grin smugly as if we had just done or said a good thing How little do we know about good things. A man is thousands of miles away from home ... 30,000 feet up in a jet plane, on his way to a foreign land, when he hears that some fool with an antique assault rifle has taken aim and shot at the window of the White House "Mr. President, begins the aide's statement, "there has been an attack on your life." The fact that neither his wife, nor his children were at home though comforting -is not really calming. For, what tears through the President's mind like a bull on a crowded street is the question, "What in God s name might have happened if we had been there?" What man or woman in his or her right mind would subject himself or herself to such ter ror on a daily basis? An answer comes curtly and quickly. "Our president, Barack Obama and every president since George Washington, has knowingly stepped forward, and with right hand on Bible, sworn to sacrifice, not only life and lib erty, but in some instances, common sense. The other day, a mis guided fool by the name of Oscar Ramiro OrtegaHernandez, decided he had had enough of the voices in his head. They told him that President Barack Obama was the anti-Christ (wherein previously, that title had been placed on the heads of Lin:coln, Grant, Roosevelt (bo th Teddy and Franklin), Truman, Reagan, both Bushes). we all should be against peo-pie remaining on death row z for 10 or more years. 0 In order to be put to death, a person must be S:: found guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt. If a person has not :::xJ been found guilty of a crime N beyond a shadow of a doubt, 91 the law should be changed to remove that man from death = row. The pursuit to find him guilty or innocent can con tinue, but the person should be removed from the horrors of being on death row. This writer believes in the death penalty. People who commit atrocious, inhuman acts that result in the death of another human being aren't fit to live. I question the system's ability to rehab these vicious killers. I also believe that the death penalty should apply only when the accused has been found guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt by a jury of the person's peers. While the death penalty law needs refining, so do the words a jury of his peers hears. ., r-0 :::D c Consequently, said the l> demon insid Hernandez' head, he should go to D. C. Z and kill the president. Fortunately, for history, m Hernandez' bullets knocked 1 Wh aJ on an empty 1te House. c: But how often has the House been rattled by crookS; !!J and criminals who believe the z only way to become famous is "'tJ to harm someone famous or important? r-How many nightmares en have harassed our Command-ffi ers-in-Chief through the C years, and have come close to adding another chapter to the m blood and stupidity of a human race that often seems -1 hell-bent on going straight to Hell? en c l> z c Many of America's ablest men and women have been silenced or injured by mad men s fists, knives, or bullets. Many of the world's greatest minds have been destroyed c because of the arrogance of mindless men and wome .n. Wars and insurrections were begun by assassins attempts. It would seem we human beings make history, but never learn from the eggs we lay. So, the next time I sit my son or daughter or grandson or granddaughter on my knee and am about to say, "If you do well, you can ident of these United States," I shall sincerely what I am abqut to say. ing daylight and found it not so bad. . Perhaps, the thought of paving streets, ad(ijng sidewalks and lights in tJ.tat part oftown was a joke. Maybe, that part of town wasri't considereda pu:t o(town at all. Representatives answer money was the issue. But, they plan to,spend ih.7 million Ci) on a roundabout. So, such an answer isn't good enough. . m we w.ant light, not only on our streets, but in the concern arid response. t

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fi PageSix U') C\1 a: w m ::!:: w z >"' a: LL Chamber Endorses Commission's New Chairman Selection Process BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In the past it was tradition for sitting County Commissioners to be asked to support one of their peers to serve as Chairman. In recent years, it seemed that each y ear the solicitation for votes became more and mor e controversial. LES MILLER, JR. County Commissioner into law. But said it must have three readings. The third reading will take place at the December meeting. If approved the new selection process goes into effect in 2012. Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., initiated a pro posal that would solidify the manner in which the Chairman is chosen. This process eliminates the need for soliciting support. The selection takes place prior to the Commissioner's annual know how the Chamber can assist you in moving your proposal forward, she said Of the endorsement, Commissioner Miller said, "The concept is to rotate the Chairmanship instead of having us vote every year I appreciate and I think that is a positive endorsement coming from the business sector of this County, saying this is the right move to make. I hope that this adds some positive aspect to implement this new rule to rotate the Chairman and the Vice Chairman. Commissioner Mark Sharpe is most senior board member and Commissioner Kevin Beckner is the second senior member of the board who has never served as Chairperson. Under the new proposal, Commissioner Sharpe will serve beginning in 2012 The following year Kevin Beckner, who is second in line with seniority and (who also has never served as Chairman) will become his Vice Chairman. c a: LL c z < c en w :::: ... i: w > w c w :a: en :::i m :::: D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z i= z w en ( a: 0 ...J LL organizational meeting. The idea was accepted and implemented by his peers, as well as with others in the community. Kim DeBosier, Co-Chair, Public Policy Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce said, "On behalf of the Board of the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce, thank you for your leadership on the issue of chairmanship of the Board of County Commissioners. .. The Board adopted a Resolution in support of your proposal ... Please let us Commissioner Miller said he is unsure if the mem bers must vote the proposal The following year, Commissioner Beckner will serve and the District 1 representative will become the Chairman and the District 2 representative will become the Vice Chairman. This process will eliminate the voting process. The only stipulation is that any new board member, who has not been in office for a full y ear, cannot serv e The position will automatically rotate to the next in line AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW NURSING HOME NEGLECf OR MEDICAL MALPRACflCE. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Area Businesses Named Black Businesses OITheYear DR. WILLIAM MARSH BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Three area businesses received top honors at Black Pages' 20th Anniversary Celebration. Marsh Orthodontics in Tampa, Bellafia Chocolate Boutique and Gifts in Brandon and A Blue Rose Nail and Hair Salon in St. Petersburg were awarded the title Black Business of the Year, at the DeVerger Systems, Incorporated Black Pages event. Sherryl Cusseaux is Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Black Pages. She says the businesses were cho sen because of their service, CITY COUNCILWOMAN (RET) GWEN MILLER years in business and commu nity involvement. Nearly 300 invited guests attended the celebration at the TECO Atrium, celebrating the launch of Black Pages' 19th Edition Directory. Other special honors presented included, the Public Service Award given to retired City Councilwoman Gwen Miller. DSI Black Pages has dedi cated 10 pages of this year's issue in honor of the late Dr. Mary E. Bryant. The pages showcase Black Academic Achievers in Hillsborough County who have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher. The 2011 Edition of Black Pages can be found at more than 30 locations 'Rights Now' Rallv Planned BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staft'Writer On D e cember 10th a Rights Now Rally will be held that is intended to help the v oiceless sp e ak out. With th e slogan The Power Of The P eople Is Stronger Than Th e P e opl e In Power," it is hop e d that more attention will be given to the efforts of some to discourage p "eople from voting The Rights Rally is a statewide initiative engineered and promoted by Desmond Meade, an exoffender and currently head of the Rights Restoration Initiative out of Miami and Rev. Charles McKenzie, who will coordinate the rally in Tampa for Meade. The rally will be concentrat ing on the right to vote; the right to education; the right to the restoration of civil rights and the right to employment. Rev. McKenzie said they will also seek to gain statewide support for the criminal justice system's act of trying juveniles as adults and just general disenfranchisement. Right now, there is a war being waged to discourage people from voting. Our young people don' t have all the facts, and that s intentional. There are people in govern-DESMOND MEADE REV. CHARLES MCKENZIE ment that don' t want young people to know what's going on in government and the accomplishments by President Barack Obama." The rally will begin at 10 a.m. and everyone will meet at Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard before stopping b y the Bob Gilder Elections Office then proceed to the Falkenburg Road Jail

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TOIIA Names co-Chain Local Freedoll Rider For 32nd Annual Dr. M 1 p --d Db Manin luther Kina, Jr. ee s res1 ent a11a leadershiP Breakfast JEFFREY RHODES The Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA) has named its co-chairs for the 32nd Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast. The event will be held on Monday, January 16, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency fi Downtown Tampa at 6:45 A. M. The Co-Chairs for this year's breakfast are Veronica Johnson and Jeffrey Rhodes. Mrs. Johnson is employed with Stewart Title Company as the Assistant Branch Manager and Senior Escrow Officer. Mrs. Johnson graduated with a Bachelor' s of Science in Workforce, Education and Development from Southern Illinois University of Carbondale, Carbondale, Illinois, and received her Master's of Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. Mr. Rhodes is the coowner and licensed funeral director of Ray Williams Funeral Home, Inc. A native VERONICA JOHNSON of Tampa, he attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, and later attended Miami-Dade College where he obtained a degree in funeral service education. Mr. Rhodes is involved with sev eral professional, civic, com munity and social organiza tions including the Mayor s African American Advisory Council, North Hyde Park Civic Association, Tampa Organization of Black Affairs (TOBA), Chairman of the Second Regional District Florida Morticians Association, and Phi Bet a Sigma Fraternity TOBA is a nonprofit, non partisan organization dedicat ed to non-partisan political education, economic and youth development within th e African American and general community. Individual tick ets and corporate tables may be purchased on-line at TOBA-NETWORK ORG; by postal mail at TOBA P.O. Box 3485, Tampa, FL 33601; or by emailing tobamember@gmail.com. - "WHERE THE PROS AREn FREE. 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Now, her unselfish acts have reached what she calls utopia; the White House Petway and several other female Freedom Riders were honored at a dinner in Washington, D. C sponsored by the National Women s Law Center This year's keynote speaker was President Barak Obarna. "I got to meet him, shake his hand, get a hug and a kiss KREDELLE PE1WAY 1961 from him," says Petway. She even got to stand beside him during the group photo Petway says the event was made even more monumen tal when she and the other Freedom Riders began singing "We Shall Overcome" as the President entered the room; nearly bringing him to tears. "He walked in all smiles and started shaking hands and giving hugs. He treated us KREDELLE PE1WAY like we were long lost friends. It was breathtaking." Pettway says this was by far the most exciting experi ence she's ever had and still gets goose bumps thinking about it. ., Petway has at least one 5 more appearance before the ::C year ends. She will share her story as a Freedom Rider to the Tampa/Hillsborough County Human Rights Z Council on December 9th. m r aJ c: r r m Organization Needs HelD With Thanksgiving, Christmas Food Baskets ::! z c: aJ c C/) ::I: m c m < BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Azzie s Angels, an organiza tion founded by Mrs. Azzie Northern, has partnered with All Sports Community Services (ASCS) to reach more families in need Mrs. Northern has been involved in helping the needs since 1989, and started by providing complete food baskets to 10 families in the area. ASCS founder, Tyrone Keys, said he has witnessed Mrs. Northern's love and compassion, and there are a lot of families who have fall en in-between the cracks of our system "Many families make too much money to be on wel fare, yet not enough to support themselves with food, clothing and the necessary things needed to raise a fam ily or support the elderly. "ASCS And Azzie's Angels allow these families to enjoy the holidays, without wondering about the food they must put on the table." The food baskets distributed to the n ee dy consist of a frozen turkey canned goods, fresh vegetables, fresh fruit mil and other dairy products. assist these two organiza-m tions, please go online and visit the website, tyronekeys98@gmail.com or m tkeys@allsportscommunity. This year, 200 baskets are needed, and if there is any organization or individual in the community that can Qrg. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1481 Tampa Parll Plaza @ Nebraslla Ave. & scott St. Tnc h '1G J 1:,<\c! = .. -=: tt .J:,:... c : :--8cfotc ,ou de: :ic ')c:1a \.;. 'REE .. 1 1 : ,-::('l.: 1 J ':.1: ... :r:-:\:::: c,: )> z c ., c

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g Local u; N a: w m w > 0 z ><( 0 a: USF Research Students Taruet Jackson House BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Tampa Model Attends Soul Train Awards Show LL Brandy Langley and Abney Henderson are students in the Master s Program at the University of South Florida. Both were conducting rese a rch for a graduate class in the Department of African Ameri can Studies, and select e d the Jackson Hou s e BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Willie Robinson, Jr., the own e r of the Jackso n House, h a s be e n trying f o r years to raise funds to get the historical landmark restored. He hopes the attention brought b y this res e arch project will help him in tha t process. From left to right: Abney Henderson, Willie Robinson, Jr., and Brandy Langley. On Sunday, November 2th, the Black Entertainment Network will air the 2011 Soul Train Awards Show. The show will air at 9 p m. Tampa mode l Danny Green was onc e again in At l anta for the taping of the show that took place on No v ember 1th. derson about it s hi s tory We spok e to s eve ral el e cted official s with knowl e dg e of the J a ckson Hou se and C entra l Avenu e," s aid Henderson. Langley and Henderson took on different aspects of the Jackson House, with Langley concentrating 0 more on the process of getting it renovated, and Hen-" I was f a scinat e d b y the number of historical Black musicians that slept there and the fact that the house is still standing after 100 years. It's important to preserve C z c( c en w :::: .... > a: w > w 0 w l: en :J m :::: D.. z tu ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z t= z w en <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL <( I 00 w 'T3-li {iOS'PE SI.CV'E'R'E'T'TS Observes J\nniversary \ (\ /\Sunday, November 27, 2011 4 t .' Faith Church of God in Christ '-5610 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (rear of Redeemed Outreach Center) Pastors Roosevelt and Marion Crawford 1. Evervone Is Invited. Soonsored bv Sis. Given By: MACEDONIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCII ror More lnfiJrmation, Pkac;c Contact: Sio;tcr Agatha Holton 1813, H4-Sn8 Or lka< on I .n\'i' Mitt-hdl 1-.'1 52-258-M!lJO '. thi s history to pass on toothe r s a nd s how prid e in." Langley s aid if the r e no v ati o n i s d o n e tha t would b e gr eat. "There i s vi rtuall y no Black history l e ft in Tampa and it would mean a lot to preserve that period and what it meant to the Black community. It's also important as a legacy to pass on to the next generation. Robinson said people shouldn' t have to step aside for progress all the time. I think we need to preserve what little parts of our history that's left. Our young peopl e n e ed to th e economic i m pac t th e bu s in esse s alo n g Central Avenu e m ea nt t o th e community a nd import a n ce o f h avi n g a pl ace lik e th e Jac k son H o u se for the m t o s tay in during the ir vis it s t o T ampa." Both students s aid they will make sure the Jackson Hou s e stay s ali v e and they are planning a serie s of fundraise r s to h e lp g e t the J a ck son Hous e re store d Green took the opportunity to take photographs ent ertaine rs w ho have become house hold names, ranging from the music industry to television and movies This y ear, Cedric The Entertainer will host the show. Some other names in attendance at the taping included Bootsie Collins, Robin Thicke, Jasmine Guy, Micheal Baisden, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Anthony Hamilton, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Kurtis Blow, Mary Mary, Tom Joyner, Lalah Hathaway, Amber Rose, and Montel Jordan, among others Green sa id This is m y third time attending the Soul Train Show. Th e fir s t time was in 2007, when the e vent was h e ld in Los An ge les. That year, Don Cornelius w as the ho s t That w as the last time Don Cornelius hosted the s how and the last time it was held in Los Angeles. Green said the awards s ho w w a s not held one year, TRINITY CME Thursday, November 24, 20 1 Q a. m .... rt_\iK)n Is distributing USDA Food FREE to all who are eligible Every Friday 2 to 4 p. m. This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Tampa Model, Danny Green, left, is shown with Cedric The Entertainer. and then it moved to Atlanta. He said since that time, it seems that more and more stars are participating since it was purchased by BET and Century. He spent three days in Atlanta, and had an opportunity to watch rehearsals as well as attend the taping of the show Ho w e ver, he was not will ing to giv e any hints about who the winners might be thf s year. Green said e veryone will just have to wait and w atch the show when it airs on Sunday. Green will be off again on Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving Da y in New York to participate in the Annual Mac y' s Da y Thanksgi v ing Parade

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u. s. Anornev Ends Politicallctivistlnends Investigation 01 White House Briefing i Slate Senator BYIRISB.HOLTON lookatthingsfromacommu-Sentinel City Editor nity standpoint, then I be-N lieve we can turn the corner. !J1 "We need to look at the United States Attorney Robert E. O'Neill said his office is closing the federal in vestigation of State Senator Jim Norman. "The decision on whether to file criminal charges is always a serious matter. The prosecution of a case is undertaken only after the most careful review and analysis of the evidence and applicable law. A diligent in vestigation by federal investi gators failed to uncover evidence of a violation of fed eral criminal law by State Senator Norman. As a re sult, this office is closing the current investigation," Attorney O'Neill said in a press release. SENATOR JIM NORMAN Allegations of wrongdoing arose during Senator Norman's campaign for office. He is a former Hillsborough County Commissioner. USF Secures $1.2 Million To Prepare Students For leadershiP Roles The faculty of the Univer sity of South Florida, College of Education, recently secured more than a million dollars to prepare students for the future. It will prepare eight full-time and part-time students to become local or state chief officers. They will serve in the spe cial services or as policy an alysts in state departments of education over the next five years. The 'students will complete an integrated course of study with fieldbased internships at the local, state and federal levels. The $1.2 million grant was secured from the Department of Education for the five-year project entitled, "Leadership Preparation and Communicy Reform." Professors Leonard Borrello, Educational Leadership and Policy Stud ies (DELPS); Jeannie Kleinhammer-Tramill, Special Education (SPED), Anthony Rolle, DELPS Department Chair and Brenda Walker, SPED, re ceived the grant. The idea behind the proj ect is to combine the expert ise of faculty in Educational Leadership and Policy Stud ies with those in the Department of Special Education to examine critical policy frameworks, policy development and implementation pro-cesses at the local, state and federal levels that effect the education of all students and particularly those with disabilities. Sis. Julia J. Folk!,. NR uwner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 290917-Tampa, 33687 ..... Cell 'be'&CIDDiigtltSillPii>IY@Yahoo.com conlightmasfratsupply.com - Sat. by appt. Marvin Knight has taken an active role in poli tics for 30 years. The Tampa businessman was invited to attend a White House brief ing earlier this month to dis cuss solutions to current problems. Approximately 150 peo ple from the Tampa Bay area attended the meeting on No vember 10th. Knight said that following the four-hour briefing, those in attendance divided into groups known as breakout groups to talk about solutions. His group discussed employment dur ing the afternoon session. "We were able to meet with some of President Obama's Executive Staff. They shared the progress of the administration, shared ideas and asked for solutions in various areas of concern." Knight described the trip as interesting, and said the main topics were employ ment, education, health, and MARVIN KNIGHT ... Shares ideas at White House briefing transportation. He further stated that the meeting reinforced the idea of the community working together to accomplish things. "Different areas, such as Tampa, need to start working together more to de fine our needs collectively and come up with a plan. "We must push the agenda for jobs, health, crime reduction, and development. We must find ways to keep people in their homes and we can do this by unifying. If we needs of the community, find out what their needs are, and make sure those needs are addressed; I see no reason why Tampa can't be better in the areas of employment, housing, stopping foreclo sures, and healthcare. We can find the funding and put safeguard mechanism in place to make sure the fund ing is targeting the right areas." Knight said he is able to see progress in various cities around the country such as Washington, D. C., Chicago, and other cities. Knight said President Obama's staff is interested .... .... in finding viable solutions to the problems plaguing the 0 country. However, he left the :!! c meeting with the reinforced :J> knowledge that in order to en improve, people are going to have to work together and ::::! stop sitting back waiting for tfi things to improve. raJ c: r rm USED TIRES .... Porn.&u.ur.v--.-a-. ::::! z "'tJ c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., :!! c Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs /IJC Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission SeNiceNew & Used Trres And Morel GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 215135/18 225140/18 225135120 245135120 245130122 255135/20 255130/22 265135122 265130/22 295130/22 24' 26' 28'AND MOREl

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; Local &6 N a: w m ::!:1 w > 0 Tampa Native Retires From Armv After 25 Years Of Service BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Z After several years of >=' sions. SFC Miller knew that although he had traveled the world, his travels would end where they began, in Tampa. w c w en :::::; m :J Q. z i= w -' -' :J m -' w z i= z w en
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Black-Owned Tampa Park Residents Newspapers Join Given Holidav Groceries i HBCUs, Black Churches BY IRiS B. HOLTON In H IV/ AI OS Fight Sentinel City Editor For mor e than 40 yea rs By B. Denise Hawkins Saying that "we have been silent for too long," a group of African-American n ews p a per publish ers hav e enlisted the s upp ort of Black colleges a nd churches as the y prepare to wage a war against HIV I AIDS using their own media outlets to inform readers advocate for prevention and hopefully save lives. B y next January, the pub lishers of more than so Black newspapers, most of them weeklies, in Georgia, Ten nessee, Florida, South Car olina, North Carolina, Alabama and Mississippi say they plan to start regularly carrying advertising, running columns, publishing news stories, and posting video on their official websites that ad dress the AIDS crisis and what their readers can do to protect themselves against the disease. The region these papers represent-the southeast-is where more than percent of those living with AIDS in the United States reside and where the highest number of new AIDS cases is reported, a 2010 report from the South ern AIDS Coalition found. Meharry Medical College, NIMHDIHealth Disparities Research Center in Nashville, Tenn., was the co-sponsor of the annual meeting of pub lishers and owners, repre senting the southeast region of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA). Their annual meet ing in Orlando, 17-18 Novem ber, was devoted to education about HIV I AIDS and the es calation in rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). The Southeast Region Pub lishers' HIV/AIDS Aware ness Conference: Caring for Communities of Color 1tuntlne u \ t;Ju, U+ The Rev. Dr. R.B. Holmes Jr. is president of the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) Southeast Region and publisher of the Capital Outlook in Tallahassee, Fla. (photo by Ashley Hogans) brought together more than So Black college students and their advisers, HIV I AIDS sci entists, faculty, clergy and members of the Black Press to heighten awareness and begin a dialogue around a dis ease that's now in its 30th year. "We are committed to telling these stories and edu cating our communities," said the Rev. Dr. R.B. Holmes Jr., president of the National Newspaper Publishers Asso ciation (NNP A) Southeast Region and publisher of th e Capital Outlook in Tallahas see, Fla "The strategy for our pa pers is going to b e to write about it (HIV I AIDS), tweet about it blog about it, teach it, and preach it. No longer will the Black Press be silent when it comes to HIV I AIDS," Holmes added. About a dozen HBCUs were in attendance. During the conference, the publishers also began discussions about extending NNPA member ship to Black college newspa pers. U+ ......... www.twitter.com/ FLSENTINELB Charmaine wnor 813-644-1083 16014 40111 Sl Ste.l Tampa 33610 tru.t !J fu,w ,,.,, tuch.t"" w 1rvst "'!/ c,...fllt' fur .rr tfu,f !1 ru.w ,{ "'" the Tampa Park Apartment comp l ex has quietly sat be tween downtown Tampa and historic Ybor City. It is per h aps, one of the city's "bes t kept secrets" in t e rm s of caring for it s r eside nts. Howev e r in light of the e conomic s itu at i on, the own e r s, International Long shoremen s Association, Local1402 James Harrell, President and Board Chair man and Grand Assemb l y of Lily Security Benefit Association, Kay Andrews, Grand Pr eside nt and Board Vice Chair, and Board mem b e rs: C. Blythe Andrews, III, Rossie George, Alma Purify, Gwen Hayes, Tommie Wilson, Wardell Norman, Ernest Richards, Jr., and Marshal Golden. The Board members de cided they wanted to do more for its tenants Last Thanksgiving, the Board Mrs. Yolanda Anthony, left, and her staff prepared the holiday baskets for the residents of Tampa Park Apartments. provided a holida y meal for eac h family living in the comp lex. The eve nt was such a suc cess that they decided the residents would benefit once again. Tuesday morning, the staff prepared each food box for each apartment. The Board members pur chased 325 turkeys that weighed in the 13-pound range, for the food baskets. The baskets also contained stuffing yams, gravy corn bread, cranberry sauce and topped off with an apple pie. Richard Clebert, Mar keting Manager for the com ple x said, This is the second year that we have done this. Apartment complexes just r don't do this, but we want to 0 ensure that every family has a holiday meal on Thursday." The food baskets were en distributed to the residents m z on Tuesday afternoon --in :::! time for preparation for the Z holiday feast. Mrs. J!! Yolanda Anthony is the tD Property Manager. r m :::! z "'D c tD !: (/) ::t m c m < m :::c -< -t c m (/) c )> z c :::c c

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Local N LO N a: w m :E w > 0 z Book Signing In East Tampa c a: LL. Former Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio will hold her East Tampa Book Signing Monday, Nov. 28, 5:30-7:30 p. m. at the Open Cafe, 3222 N. 34th St. (across from St. John Cathedral). The book's title is "Straightforward: Ways To Live And Lead." Among those who attended a recent planning meeting for the event are (1-r): Elder Florence Gainer, Administrator; Chef Regina} Bell, Diane Bell, Pastor Dwight Newkirk and Evangeline R. Best, hostess Mother savs Her Sons Were EmotionallY Damaged Bv Incarceration BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Because the emotional scars are still painful, she doesn't want to use her real name, so we'll just call het: Ms. L. Ms. L's emotional trauma and her recent health issues, are the result of her two sons spending nearly 8 years each in state prison on drug charges. "I' m not saying my sons are saints, because they aren't. What I am saying is what they did C didn t warrant the kind of sentences they got." a: "It all started when they wouldn't snitch on u.. their friends, so they got the book thrown at 0 them." z <( Ms. L. said what happened to her sons is happening to young Black males across the c country, and it's all due to a person being senCI'J tenced to more time for drugs than killing so mew .... > a: w > w c w :I: CJ) ...J m a. z j:: w ...J ...J m ...J w z j:: z w CJ) <( c a: 0 ...J LL. <( I N T"" one. "I think the entire process if flawed, said Ms. L. "Emotionally, my sons are damaged and that needs to be addressed. When they got out, they were in worse shape than they were when they went in. That's what that environment will due to you, especially when everyone is treated the same regardless of what you're in prison for. I think they expect them to screw up when the y get out, and return to prison That's what the y tell them when they are released." "Also, the effect on the parents is tremendous. I went through several bouts with depression be cause I couldn't help them, and what was hap pening to them in prison " They set the stage for them to act out when they remove the family from being supportive. Ms. L. said she and a friend intend to estab lish a support and advocacy group, and only through prayer and God can anyone survive this experience. ALCIA As we all prepare to feast for Thanksgiving, feast your eyes on this week's spotlight feature, Alcia. This young lady says her hobbies are singing, spending time with her family, taking care of her household, and raising her two sons. Her philosophy of life is: "Learn from yesterday, live for today, and hope for tomorrow." In the future, Alcia plans to work in the medical field with the elderly, but her passion and dream is to pursue modeling. Alcia said the man she loves Isaiah Burgman, is ideal and everything she could ask for and more. Congratulations to Alcia as this week's Spotlight feature and Happy Thanksgiving to all. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please e-mail your information and photos to www .lcrews@flsentinel.com.

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c a: I.L c z c c en w ;:) .... w > W c w :r::: en ::J m ;:) a. z i= w ...J ...J ;:) m By Ted Taylor In what was a lethargic get-off for both teams in the Orlando Citrus Bowl on Saturday afternoon, a host of turnovers and penalties by Florida A & M gave enough help to Bethune-Cookman to pull off a 26-16 victory in the 32nd Florida Classic. A crowd of 60,218 saw the Wildcats take advantage of three interceptions and two lost fumbles, leading to 12 points off of turnovers. F AMU used a blocked punt by Anthony Shutt to take an early 3-0 lead. After 3 plays when the Rattlers could not convert on a thirdand-goal at the B-CU 1-yard line, Trevor Scott booted a 19-yard field goal in the mid dle of the first quarter. There was no more scoring until the 10:49 mark of the second quarter when B-CU reserve runningback Anthony Jordan hulled in from 4 yards out. The drive began at the B-CU 24-yard line utilizing 15 plays, in which Jordan helped himself by gaining 7 yards on a fourth-and-two. The other key play was a pass interfer ence penalty against FAMU ...J on a third-and-seven. w z Late in the quarter, Sven i= Hurd kicked a 33-yard field goal culminating an 1_1-play en 65-yard drive. The drive C started after a fumble recova: ery by nose tackle Harold 0 Love at the B-CU 19-yard line. The 10-3 halftime lead did nit last long as B-CU got off to a quick start on the open-ing kickoff of the second half, with a 43-yard jaunt by Johnathan Moment for a 17-3 advantage. FAMU was not swayed, however, as quarterback Damien Fleming connect ed with wide receiver Brian Tyms for a 62-yard bomb, on its ensuing series. FAMU appeared to be in business when they stopped the next B-CU drive on a fumble recovery by linebacker Mike Ducree. It was short-lived, though, as Fleming was intercepted 3 plays later by D. J. Howard. B-CU turned the interception into 7 points on a 6-yard run by Jordan. Disaster struck again when another Fleming pass was intercepted by Jean Fanor. B-CU was unable to convert that interception into a score, but on the next Rattler series, defensive end Ryan Davis of Tampa Blake tackled Fleming in the endzone to give B-CU 2 more points on a safety. F AMU scored an inconse quential touchdown with 13 seconds remaining on a 6-yard pass from Fleming to Dwayne Harvey. The 2-point pass conversion attempt was no-good Just as FAMU would give the ball back to the 'Cats, they would control it. The 'Cats gained 259 yards rushing on 53 carries. The game's Most Valuable Player, B-CU runningback Isidore Jackson, led the way with 88 yards on 19 car ries. The Rattlers closed the season with a disappointing record at 7-4 at and 5-3 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. The Wildcats close at 8-3 and tied for second place with South Carolina State in the MEAC at 6-2. JULIUS ERVING PHILADELPHIA -Julius 'Dr. J' Erving has scored big again. SCP Auctions says more than 140 items from Julius Erving's personal collection sold for a record $3.5 million. The auction ran from October until Sunday. Among the highlights: His 1974 New Jersey Nets ABA championship ring sold for $460,471; 1983 76ers championship rings sold for $244,240; 1983 All-Star game MVP trophy ($115,242); final game worn jersey from May 3, 1987 ($88,826); and 197475 ABA MVP trophy ($173,10) SCP said the Nets champi onship ring set a record price for a sports ring. Erving said last month he's never been a "hoarder or collector," and planned to donate a portion of the auc tion proceeds to the Salvation Army. Rondo, Pierce In Charitv Hoop RAJONRONDO BOSTON -Celtics guard Rajon Rondo led a group of NBA players in the Boston Charity Classic at Harvard on Saturday night in a game that pitted Rondo's green team against a white team led by Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch. Rondo, Celtics teammate Paul Pierce, and former teammates Kendrick Perkins and Leon Powe were among the 11 NBA play ers in the game that will benefit three local charities. Jajuan Johnson, Boston's first-round draft pick out of Purdue last spring, also was also on hand, as were Rudy Guy, Josh Smith and Jeff Green. The players were introduced by their former colleges, or in Perkins' case high school. Mariners ounielder Halman Stabbed To Death THE NETHERLANDS -Seattle Mariners outfielder Greg Halman was stabbed to death early Monday and his brother was arrested as a suspect, Dutch police said. Rotterdam Police spokeswoman Patricia Wessels said police were called to a home in the port city in the early hours of the morning and found the 24-year-old Dutch player bleeding from a stab wound. The officers and ambulance para-medics were GREG unable to HALMAN resuscitate Halman. Bucs Lose 35-26 To Packers; Set To Rebound Against Tennessee The Tampa Bay Buccaneers dropped their 4th straight game Sunday in a 35-26 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Although the Buccaneer defense picked up their game, and the offense finally put up some points, in the end it wasn't enough to prevent the Packers from winning their 16th straight game dating back to the 2010 season, and improving their record to 10-o. Packer quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, finished with 299 yards passing. With 4:54 left in the third quarter, a long Buc drive ended when Kellen Winslow was called for pass interference, wiping otit his touchdown catch. Connor Barth kicked a field goal to cut the Packer lead to 21-13. The Buccaneer defense held the Packers scoreless in the third quarter and in the fourth quarter, the Bucs came to within 2 on a 2-yard touchdown toss from Josh Freeman to Dezmon Briscoe. But Green Bay returned the favor with a 40-yard touchdown pass from Rodgers to Jordy Nelson for the 35-26lead. Freeman threw a pick on their next possession, ending a comeback attempt. Sunday, the Bucs hit the road again in a game against Chris Johnson and the Tennessee Titans. The game starts at 1 p. m. on FOX. Melo, Durant Headline Pres. Obama's Hoops WASHINGTON President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is bringing together more than two dozen NBA stars for a fundraising basket ball game next month. Pres.Obama's campaign says Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks, Ray Allen of the Boston Celtics Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat and many others will headline the "Obama Classic Basketball Game on Dec. 12 in Washington. With the NBA season in jeopardy because of the lock out, the game will serve as a fundraising All-star game. Others confirmed to play include Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant, New Orleans CARMEW ANfHONY, KEVIN DURANT Hornets guard Chris Paul and Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard. Tickets range from $100 to $5,000 for courtside seats. The money will go to the Obama Victory Fund, a joint fundraising account by the Democratic Party and Pres. 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Sports Shaq Talks Cheating On His Ex-Wile: 1 Never Did It Disrespecdullv SHAQUILLE O'NEAL NBA star Shaquille O'Neal details his time on and off the court in a new memoir, "Shaq Uncut: My Story," which hit shelves Tuesday. The memoir touches on his marriage to Shaunie Nelson, which ended in '2009 amid cheating allegations. Shaq admits that while he did stray from the marriage, he never did it disrespectfully": "At one time my ex-wife Shaunie and I were happy, but I admit it-I was a guy. I was a guy with too many options. Choosing to be with some of those women, well, that's on me In my mind, I never did it disrespectfully, but obviously I shouldn't have done it at all." Despite their messy breakup -Shaq's attorney even sent a letter to VH1 to prevent his ex-wife from dis cussing their relationship on Basketball Wives" -Shaq admits fault for the marriage's demise and says he learned a valuabl e lesson from their seven-year union. He writes: "You know as well as I do relationships are abo ut maintaining ... It wasn't the big stuff, it was the small stuff, and that's my fault. I had things to do. I was trying to wi n trying to make some money. I admit I wasn't the best partner. I just didn't know how. I'm learning now. lebron, Wade To Headline Homecoming Tour LEBRON JAMES And DWYANEWADE LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony will headline a four-game "Homecoming Tour" with other NBA All-Stars beginning in December. The tour will go to Akron, Ohio for its first stop on December 1. From there the group will go to New Orleans on December 4, to Chicago on December 7 and New Jersey on December 10. All four headliners are c;ommitted for the full tour and all proceeds will b enefit the players' chari table foundations while spon so r Google Plus will stream each game li ve for fans to see. J.R. Smith Seriouslv lniured Plaving In China J .R. Smith injured his knee during his debut in the Chinese Basketball Association, and needed to be carried to an ambulance by his teammates The fact that he couldn't walk under his own power was obviously a bad sign, but he refused a wheelchair and reportedly told the ambulance to drive him to his hotel, where a nurse stayed with him. J.R.SMITH One observer said it "looked like a non-contact injury, which is another .bad sign. Tiger Clinches Cup With Win Over Baddelev Tiger Woods clinched the winning point as the American Team cruised to its fourth-consecutive victory in The Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club in Melbourne, Australia. Woods beat Aaron Baddeley 4 and 3 in singles to help the U,S. post a 19-15 win against the International Team. TIGER WOODS "TT ::D 6 c: al c C/) :::E: m c m < m ?J -f c: m C/) c )> z c "TT JJ c

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Singer Stevie B In Mass. Court Over Child Support A judge has giv en singer Stevie B more time to dis pute $400,000 in child sup port the state sa y s he owes The singer whose full name is Steven Bernard Hill, is be s t known for the C 1990 hit "Because I Love You a: (The Postman Song)." He LL was arrested Sept 30 after c z performing at the MassMu L w c w :I: C/) :::::i m ;:) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ;:) m STEVIEB hearing is scheduled Feb 23 He disputes the amount that his children s mother claims he owes in support of their two daughters. He s aid earlier he's alwa y s been "a Joyal loving father Hill Jiv es in Las V e gas. BONNIE POINTER Patricia "Bonnie" Pointer of the Pointer Sisters has been arrested for possessing rock cocaine. Sheriffs spokesman Steve Whitmore says the 61y ear-old singer was ar rested in South Los Angeles after the car she was riding in wa s pulled over for a me chanical malfunction Sh e was released after posting $10 ,000 bail. She s due in court Jan. 17 LILWAYNE This marks Cash Money's 17th year giving away birds for the holiday. Pres. Obama Sends lener To Heavv D's hter HEAVYD, His Daughter, XEA And REV. AL SHARYfON Heavy D was remem bered with laughter and tears last Friday during his funeral service. There were humorous anecdotes from longtime friend, Diddy and w ords of encouragement for his y oung daughter Xea, de li v ered b y AI Sharpton in a letter from President Barack Obama. "We extend our heartfelt condolences at this difficult time. He will be remembered for his infectious optimism and many contributions to American music. Please know that you and your fam ily will be in our thoughts and prayers.

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. Entertainment -=----s---e-iz-u-re __ Ross Album Release At American Music Awards Island Def Jam has pushed back the release of Rick Ross' upcoming album, "God Forgives, I Don't" due in part to the rap per's recent seizures. The album was due to come out Dec. 13, but it will now hit the street in the first or second quarter of 2012 Ross suffered a pair of seizures in Oct., the first one coming on a flight to Mem phis that ended in an emer gency landing. Ross tried to make the flight again later in RICK ROSS the day, only to suffer another seizure That led to a few canceled appearances and missed opportumties while Ross looked after his well-being. Rihanna's Not Happv living The Single lite Rihanna's newest single might be called You Da One," but it appears there' s no one in her life right nowromantically speaking. ''I'm not dating anyone right now," Rihanna said as she taped an appearance for "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." "I'm not dating at all," Rihanna added. And the Barbados-born beauty said she's not exactly pleased with her relationship status. "I'm not necessarily happy being single. It's not really that cool," she said, adding she just doesn't have the time to focus on romance Summit Entertainment's "The Twilight Saga: Br e ak ing Dawn Part 1" opened with a sharp bite around the globe, grossing $139.5 mil lion domesticaliy and $144 million overseas for a fran chise best $283.5 million. "Breaking Dawn" set two key records: It's the fifth largest opening ever at the domestic box office; and the 10th largest worldwide sup planting "New Moon," which took in $274.9 million. Females continued to drive the vampire franchise, making up So % of North. weekend Box OHice Totals For Nov. 18-20 1. "Bre aking Dawn-Part 1 $139.5M 2. "Happy Feet Two $22M 3 "Immortals," $12.3M 4. "Jack and Jill," $12M 5 "Puss in Boots," $10 .7M 6. "Tower Heist," $7M 7 "J Edgar," $5 .9M 8 ''A very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas" $2. 9M 9. "In Time $1.7M 10. "The Descendants," $1.2M LOS ANGELES --Nicki Minaj might need to change her hair color to gold. The pink-loving hip-hop diva picked up two trophies at the American Music Awards. Minaj kicked off the fan-favorite ceremony by sporting a pair of speakers on her much-talked about pos terior. She was later honored as favorite rap/hip-hop artist, besting a group that included Lil Wayne, and won favorite rap/hip-hop album for "Pink Friday." Adele had been the lead ing nominee with 4 awards. Other winners included Maroon 5 as favorite pop-NICKIMINAJ rock band/duo/group, Taylor Swift as favorite country female artist, Lady Antebellum as favorite country band/duo/group, Beyonce as favorite soul/R&B female artist, Rihanna for favorite souljR&B album for "Loud" and Hot Chelle Rae as new artist of the year. Astro Gives Anitude On '1-Factor When The X-Factor launched in Sept., a young aspiring rapper, Brian Bradley, wowed audiences during auditions as he performed his own song, titled "Stop Looking at My Mom." On The X-Factor last week, the 15-year-old rapper, who goes by the stage name Astro, faced elimination along with the single mom, Stacey Francis, 43 The show was shocking to say least. Not because of who went home, but because of Astro's behavior when he was voted in the bottom two. Astro threatened not to perform and gave the judges major attitude. The crowd booed as he expressed why he didn't want to perform and sulked while the Judges called him out for his behavior. s: lll m lJ 1\) CJ1

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Movie R.eviews ('\1 a: w m ::E w z Twilight Saga: Breaking Of Dawn, Pt. 1 This movie :>=' moves at a slow pace in the beginning, but Twilight fans will enjoy the return of Jacob, Bella, Edward and the crazy, bloody a: ending. A set-up for Pmt 2. (1 hr./ 40 mins.). No. 1 a t Box Ofu. fice. Made $139M. (Budget $noM). -**-** Happy Feet Two -The penguins r eturn with a m essage about bad climate change and a little mixture of "F indin g N e mo. Good for the kids. Made $22M (Budget N/ A). -x;<--*llz Immortals -A 300-type fantasy film with great 3Cti on and a lot of killing. Definitely, not for kids. Mickey Rourke makes a good villain. Must see! Mad e $52M. (Budget $75M). :HH Jack And Jill Ada m Sandle r takes o n double rol es as Jack and Jill in thi s so so comedy. This role for Sandl e r was not reall y funny lik e Tyl e r Perr y s Madea. Wait for Video Made $41M. (Budget N / A). **liz Tower HeistBen Stiller and Edd i e Murphy star in this light drama/comed y caper about a bunch of co-worker s who turn the table on a Wall Street swi ndl er. Could have been fun ni e r but still good. Made $53M. (Budget $75M). -**11z A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas-Harold and Kumar finally get this one right after 2 previous over the top movies. Pretty funny. Made $28M. (Budget $19M). ***11z The Three Musketeers (2011) -Th e same story, but clifferent actors and more effec t s The kids will lo ve it Wait for the video. Made $18M (Budget $75M). **11z Puss In The Boot A spin-off from the Shrek franchise, c Puss (voice of Antonio Bandera s) set out to find the golden egg a: that will make his dreams come true. Dreamworks got thi s one u. right. Must-see for the kids. Made $122M. (Budget $130M) c z <( c CJ) w :::l .... > a: w > w c w ::I: CJ) ::::i m :::l a. z t= w ...I ...I :::l m ...I w z t= z W CJ) <( c a: 0 ...I L1. <( I co .,... **** In Time-Justin Timberlake stars in this futuristic/action movie about surviving before your time runs out. The wealth here isn t money, it 's time. Different. Surprisingly goo d. Made $33M. (Budget $4oM). **** Paranormal Activity 3-This is the b es t of the franchise The movie provides more scar e and children are involved Only 1 hr. and 20 min., so everything happe n s fast. Made $102M. (Bud ge t $5M). **** Footloose-This 1984 (U s vs. Them) remake was s ur!Jri s ingl y good. A Boston t ee n ager (Kenny Wormaid, a John D ean lookalike) who loves hip hop music move s to a small town that has outlawed loud music and dancing, led b y the strict preacher (Dennis Quaid). Made $soM. (Budget $24M). **** Real Steel-Charlie (Hugh Jackman) and hi s son (Dakota Goyo) came through in this rock em, sock em robot family/action film. The special effects with the robots were g r eat. Made $82M. (Budget N/A). **** Dolphin Tale This movie is based on a true s to ry about a dolphin who had to deal with a prosthetic tail. A good s tory for the kids. Made $68M. (Budget $37M) ***112 Abduction Director John Singleton and Twilight s Taylor "Lautner made this into a fastmoving action-packed thriller. Enjoyed it! Made $27. (Budget $35M). **** Killer Elite -Jason Statham, Robert DeNiro and Clive Owen star in this true story about an assassin hired to kill ex assassins. Not for kids. Very violent. Made $24M. (Budget $70M). **** The Help Viola Davis (actress) and Octavia Spencer (supporting actress) should win Osc a rs for their roles as Black Maids in the early 6os. This movi e is a mus t -see, but will piss you off make you cry all in one. Made $168M. (Budget $25M).**** Lion King (In 3-D)This classic Disney movie i s r emade in a 3-D format from the 1994 versio n Something to d o with your kids if you have time Made $93M. (Since '94, Lion King has made $420M). **** RATINGS : '*''Very Good I"' Good I -Average I Wait For SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES Let us help you Start or Expand Your Business Minority Business Enterprise Certifications Non Profits-501 (c)3 Setup Call for ntment: 13 207-0003 Today's Birthday--It's easier to make money (especially for the next month). You're energized and in charge Set long-term goals. Your curiosity makes you quite attractive. Learning is tons of fun and it can be cheap. Consider investing in education Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Finances open up for the next month. Bring it on home; you're reeling in a fish that yo u ve been dreaming about. Don't hold grudges. Stay active. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Mercury goes into retrograde, so back up computers be forehand. Stick to goa l s, but make big d ecis ions later. You 're the star this month. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Use the n ex t month to finish or discard old projects, clothes papers and possessions. Put those things that yo u don' t need in the g iveaway pile. Such freedom. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Team projects go especially well these days A female has a lot to offer. You r e s teppin g into g reater leadership (and the spotlight). Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) It 's eas i e r t o complete old business, finish what y ou promised a nd ti e up l oose ends. Do what worked b efore. Use imagination Aries (March 21-April19)-For the n ext month with the Sun in Sagittarius go for smooth flow and ease. Plan expenditures in advance. Provide leadership, and take the gentler route. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Organization is not only key it also comes easier for the next four weeks Get your ideas in order and meet with key people. An old flame may reappear. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -For the next month, your partnerships will be your great s trength. Continue your studies, and with the encouragement of others, your career takes off. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-For the next month, there' ll be plenty of work. Find balance a t home. Housecleaning and preparation leaves you ready for a peaceful evening of relaxation Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Get ready for four weeks of romance. Your artistic sensibility is appreciated. Invent new opportunities and make them real. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Rethink everything you thought you understood about money. Your focus shifts to domestic matters for the time being. Buy something for home. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Start the day with some poetry. The next four weeks are great for learning. Your team's gaining strength and can create some real change for a better world. 813lessoaleamed 'INVAlliBlE SUSPECTS' Lesson24 Bv Laurel Johnson-Page Summary: Sharie realize s that she is tired of being tired w hen her mother-in-law threatens to have her written out of Charles' will. A susp ect is in custody when the connection between Charles' home in vasion and Mike' s therapy practice becomes clear Sharie recognizes the picture of the man that shot her husband from a guy she came face-to fac e with Vickie finds that a threat of a restraining order won' t stop Mike from pursuing her. When Mike asks Vickie to borrow $30,000, will she give it to him or leave him to be eaten by the wolves? Join the Ladies of 813 in this week s article 813 Lessons Learned ":rt,.vallible Suspects" at flsentinelnow.com

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MS. MONICA ALICIA ALVAREZ Homegoing services for Ms. Monica Alicia Alvarez and baby, Angel Alvarez of Tampa, who passed away, will be held on Saturday, November 26, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 8119 E Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Rev. Eugene Garnett, pastor, with Rev. Jonathan Watson, eulogist. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Monica was a member of ReBirth Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Zachary Hudson, pastor. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Alice Walker Alvarez; sister, Katherine Ann Moss Fernandez; and son, Angel Alvarez. She leaves to cherish loving memories of her: daughter, Imani Golden; father, Levi James Alvarez; brothers, Gary Walker and wife, Shylonda, Robert Walker and special friend, Monita and Ralston Edman and wife, Katana; sister, Nicole Walker and special friend, Tasha; aunts, Carrie Burston and Em.ma Crews; uncle; James Walker; nieces, Jasmine, Anayah, Michelle, Rayla, Lendria and Sedricka; nephews, Robert, Jr., Raekwon, Gary, Jr., Monte, Kairo, Cory and Gary "Dre"; cousins, Pamela and Claudia Renteria; brother-in-law, Keith Fernandez; special friends, Lenora Clark and Robert Williams, godparents of Imani Golden and Shanita Little, Erika McDuffy and Karen Peoples; and a host of great cousins and extended family and friends including, Johnson and Kenneth Court Community. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5 8 p.m., Friday. The family will receive friends from s-6 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. CHARLES BARNES Homegoing services for Mr. Charles Barnes, 68, of DeLeon Springs, FL, who passed away on November 18 2011, will be held on Saturday November 26, 2011 at 11 a. m. at New Progress Missionary Baptist Church, 3307 E. Shadowlawn St., with Reverend E. J. Williams, pastor, presiding. Interment will be at Sky Way Cemetery, Palmetto, FL. He was born on October 21, 1943, to the late Charles and Cora Barnes. He was preceded in death by: his brothers, Johnny and Wiley Barnes; sister, Joanne Barnes Small; and daughter, Charlene Barnes. Charles Barnes worked 15 years for the City of Toledo, Ohio, and then moved to Trenton, New Jersey, where he worked for the City of Trenton for 33 years. After retiring he moved to Tampa, to spend time with his family. He was a member of the New Progress M. B. Church, where he served as a member of the #2 Choir until his health failed him. He was a member of I.F.A.M.M. Touched by many and missed by all, he leaves to cherish his memories: a loving wife, Elouise Steel Barnes; 2 daughters, Jacqueline Barnes of Tampa, and Cora Wilcox of Boligee, AL; 2 stepdaughters, Shirl Bell of Seffner, FL, and Mattie Gray of Eutaw, AL; 2 stepsons, Nathaniel and James Gray, both of Eutaw, AL; 2 sisters, Louise Waiters, Ellenton, FL, and Hazel Barnes, DeLand, FL; a sister of support, Sherry (Leroy) Harris of Tampa; brother, Rev. Lawrence (Marjorie) Barnes of Milford, Delaware; 21 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren; aunt, Rosetta (Richard) Johnson, Ft. Myers, FL; 3 uncles, James Wright, Seattle, Washington, Larry Wright, Palmetto FL, and Luther Ware (Inez ) Palmetto; brothers-in-law and sisters-inlaw; and a hos t of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from s-8 P m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME REMEMBERING YOU ON YOUR BIRTHDATE OF DECEMBER 22, 1918, AND SUNSO, ON NOVEMBER 22, 2009 LOUISE HICKS REED 'BIGMOMA' PROVERBS 31:10, 29, "Who can find a virtuoUJJ woman? For her price is far above rubies. Many daughters have done virtuoUJJly but thy excellest them all. Thank you Lord for blessing us with a virtuous mother. We love and miss you. Your daughters, Mattie Richardson, Janie Archie, Lena Boyd and Diane Reed. Homegoing services for Mr. Lester Fuse of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, November 15 2011, will be held on Saturday, November 26, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Tampa, Rev. Michael Nealy, officiating. Interment will be held at Orange Hill Cemetery. Mr. Lester Fuse was born Augus t 7 1939. He was educated in Hillsborough County. Lester graduated from Middleton High in 1958. He was a member of Longshoremen's Local #1402. Lester was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. Willis Fuse and Mrs. Annie W. Godfrey; and brothers, Walter L. Canedy and Charles Godfrey. Mr. Fuse leaves to mourn his passing: a wife, Janis Fuse; sister, Mrs. Mattie Parker; mother-in-law Mrs. Locester Richardson; sister-in-law, Zell Proctor (Dan); brother-in-law, Ricky Richardson (Theresa); nieces and nephews, and a host of sorrowing family and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MEMORIAl SERVICE MR. WALTER E. TIMMONS Mr. Walter E Timmons transitioned to a new life on Wednesday, November 16, 2011. He will be missed by family and friends. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday November 26, 2011, at 11 a.m. at Under The Blood House Of Prayer, located at 3012 22nd Street, Tampa, 33605. Pastor Barbara Neal, officiating. Earth Has No Sorrow, That Heaven Cannot Heal. MRS. ERNESTINE HICKS Homegoing services for Mrs. Ernestine Hicks, affectionately known as "Nana" and "Stine" of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, November 20, 2011, will be held Saturday,-,November 26, 2011 at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Rev. Evan Burrows, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Ernestine Hicks was born May 6 1937, in Miami-Dade County, FL, to Linnie and Samuel Burkes, Sr. She relocated to Tampa at an early age and attended schools in Hillsborough County. She was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School, class of 1955 She was a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill, under the leadership of the late Rev. Abe Brown, current pastor, Dr. Evan Burrows. She was a member of Bay City Temple 158, where she served as a Daughter Ruler for 7 years. She also was a member of Emma V Kelly Council, George Edgecomb Company X and Florida State Association, where she held several positions in all auxiliaries. She was preceded in death b y: her mother, Linnie Burkes; father, Samuel Burkes, Sr.; son, Larry E. Lee, Sr.; and brothers, Nathaniel Lawrence and Willie Washington. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Brenda Hicks; sons, Tony Washington, (Annette), Carl Washington (Carolyn), Jeffery Hicks (Erma), Darryl Hicks and Michael Hicks (Jacqueline); grandchildren, Delores Bell (Ronald), Cheria Washington Tony Washington, Jr., Chaketa Washington, Carl Washington, Jr., Shameka Washington, Tameka Washington, Jeffery Hic.ks, Jr., Darryl Hicks, Jr., Da m aria Hicks, T ierra Hicks, Michael Hicks Jr., Larry Lee, Jr. D emarcus Lee and Joy Stanley sister, Elaine Gilmore; 2 brothers, Samuel Burkes, Jr. (Daria) and Ronald Burkes (Carlita) of Dallas, Texas; 11 great grandchildren and 1 greatgreat grandson; special friends, Joyce McNeal, Diane Jones and Hazel Gooden; goddaughter, Patricia Pitt; a host of nieces and nephews and cousins and friends and The Elks Lodge and Temple family. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from s-8 p.m., Friday. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BROTHER DARRELL GERALD FINLEY (KING) Brother Darrell Gerald Finley (King) of 3607 E. Wilder Ave., passed away on Monday, November 21, 2011. Memorial services \\ill be conducted Friday, November 25, 2011, at 1 p. m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 E. 25th Avenue, Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Pastor, and Rev. Tony Parker, officiating. Brother Darrell was a native of Tampa and attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and he was a graduate of Leto Senior High School. Bro. Finley found Christ at an '11 early age and was an active b member of St. John Cathedral, ::C_ where he worked faithfully with the Community-Christian Noah C Outreach Union, and various l> church outreach programs. He C/) loved the Lord and was blessed m with many talents. Z He loved to sing and dance :::! and create lifelike drawings that Z got the attention of many people m during his life. r He was preceded in death by: I:D his father, Dolphus Finley; and C: mother, Josie Lee Taylor-Fin-ley. m He leaves to cherish his :::! memory: 2 brothers, Adolphus z Charlie Finley, Jr. and Ida Fin-"'D ley and their 3 children, Don-C: tavio Pugh, Africa Golden, and m Charley Finley, Jr., and Victor I Lynn Finley and Joyce Finley (ii and their 3 daughters, Jacoya J: Forbes, Lelani Ferguson, and m Victavia Finley; and 2 sisters, C Kimbery Finley-Smith and m Alexander Smith, Jr. and their 4 < daughters, Lakisha Smith-m Moore, Sharolyn Smith, ::C Chrisanne Smith-Livingston, < and Ebony Smith (WA, D. C.), -1 Patricia Ann Finley and Larry C: Peace and their 2 sons, Jamaltl m Finley and Corry Finley. fg He also leaves behind a host )> of family and friends from < Brooksville, Springhill, Plant l> City, California, and Michigan. z AHARMONBURIAL C ., c

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0 C'\1 a: Williams and Rev. Alphonso W Lewis (Angela); daughter, Ann III Mack of Albany, GA; grand-:E daughter, Trinika Lewis; 2 beau-W tiful great grandchildren, > Davani Beck and Damari John-son; brother, Frank Lewis (Faye); sister, Mary-Lee Porter of Homestead, FL; sister-n-law, C Lillie-Mae Bryant; nephews, Felix Riles (Dorothy), Marion a: Lewis, Jeffery Lewis, Gary U. Lewis, Edward Porter, Booker c a: u. c z <( c en w ::: ..... > a: w > w c w J: en :J III ::: a. :OEACON OTIS LEWIS Homegoing services for Deacon Otis Lewis, who passed away on November 16, 2011, will be held Saturday November 26, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive M. B. Church, 4008 Dr. C. P. Drive, East Cayuga Street, 33610, with the Pastor, Rev. Dr. C. P. Epps, officiating. Entombment will follow in the family Mausoleum in the Garden of Memories. Deacon Otis Lewis was born September 16, 1930, to Serious and Iona Lewis. He was educated in the public schools of Early County. He moved to Tampa in his early 20s and there he met his lovely bride of 56 years, Victoria Lewis. He retired after 34 years of service from Stalnaker Farm and Ranch Supply. Dea. Lewis was an active, influential leader of Mt. Olive M. B. Church until his health began to fail. He served in many capacities such as: Asst. Superintendent of Sunday School, Ass t. Chairman of the Deacons Board, Sunday School Teacher, District #3 Leader in which he had the pleasure of serving his pastor for many years, and church custodian for many ye.ars,just to name a few. He was a God-fearing man who loved his church fantily and his pastor. He was very humble, passive and loving to all mankind. He was a great expositor of the scriptures. Healways had a smile on his face no matter the circumstance. He was truly a great role model and had a positive impact on the lives of everyone he met. He was preceded in death by: his father, Serious Lewis; mother, Iona Lewis; brothers, ..J Serious Lewis, Jr. and WillieW James Smith; and nephew, Z Jimmy Smith. i= Dea. Lewis was a man who Z loved and cherished his family, m who will miss him dearly. z i= w ..J ..J ::: III He leaves to cheris h his <( sweet memories: his loving and C devoted wife of 56 years, Victoa:: 0 ..J u. T. Bryant, Jr. and Jimmy Bryant; nieces, Tonya Jones (Vincent), Elaine Lewis, Shirley Lewis, Sherell Lewis, Jacqueline Lewis, Renee Lewis, Connie Bryant and Pat Lee (Raymond); and a host of great nieces and nephews, great-great nieces and nephews, family and friends. He also leaves: godchildren, Cynthia Thomas and Victoria Pittman; special family and friends, Rev. Dr. C. P. and Lillian Epps, Sis. Verdell Johnson, Mo. Beulah James, Dea. Jimmy and Clara Cobb, Dea. Jesse and EthaMae German, Sis. Nellie Bramlett, Sis. Vanessa Walden, Mo, Julia-Mae Graham and family, Mo. Violet Hopkins, Dea. Leonard and Patricia Walters, Julie-Ann and Deborah Ellefsen, Rev. and The True Disciples, The Copeland Family Singers, Fannie-Mae Copeland and Dea. T. C. and Ethel Pittman. Special acknowledgement to: Bro. Willie "Bubba" Graham, Dea. Edgar and Barbara Jones, Bro. Tim Henley, Dea. Everett and Linda Lawson, Min. Jeff and Janice McDowell, Dea. Archie and Jennifer Cliatt, Bro. Laverne Richardson, Sis. Mary Mouling, the Rev. Dr. C. P. and Lillian Epps and the entire Mt. Olive M. B. Church family, Rev. Alec Hall and the entire New. St. Matthew M B. Church family, Rev. Eugene Garnett and the entire Springhill M B Church family, the American Eldercare Services and his special nurse, Barbara and Hospices Services. Visitation and wake services for Dea. Otis Lewis will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends at 7 p. m. Friends attending the home going service are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. ROBERT (BOB) EARL COLEMAN Mr. Robert (Bob) Earl Coleman of Port Tampa, passed away Wednesday, November 16, 2011. Visitation will be Tuesday, November 22, 2011, between s-7 p. m. at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Interment will take place in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Mr. Coleman was a native of Lufkin, Texas, and a resident of Tampa for 43 years. After serving 20 years in the United States Air Force, he was employed for 20 years at WTVT-13 working his way up to news production floor manager. He followed his passion for being self-employed. He operated as an air conditioning/heating technician, private investigator, locksmith and mobile automotive repair service. He always had a smile on his face and a joke to tell. He was loved and will be missed by many. He was preceded in death b y three brothers, Leon, Anthon y and George. He leaves to cherish his memory: a devoted wife, Mae Coleman; children, Alicia, Sylvia (stepdaughter), Tamyka (Jason) and Joshua; grandchildren, Tiarra, DeAndre', Faith, Donovan, Tiandra, Daniel and Maya; brother, Harold; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; and longtime close friend, Carl Marsh. The remains will repo e from 5-7 p. m., Tuesday, November 22, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. No one understands the of more than us. We are a family, servmg families ... and that goes a long way toward appreciating what a hOliday like Thanksgiving means. As your family gathers this holiday season. remember to give thanks for these precious moments together. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th St Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 MS. ERNESTINE SOLOMON Ms. Ernestine "Tine" Solomon of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, November 16,2011. A celebration of life and homegoing service will be conducted Saturday, November 26, 2011, at Ray Wtlliams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, Tampa, 33606, at 11 a. m. with Pastor John Acker of Revealing Truth Ministries, officiating. Ms. Ernestine was born in Albany, Georgia, and was a resident of Tampa for over 60 years. Born on September 22, 1935 to Johnny and the late Gladys Dupree, Ms. Solomon attended public schools in the State of Georgia. She settled down with fantily in Tampa. She worked with the Hillsborough County School System as a DEES Attendant, assisting handicapped children until her retirement. She was married to Emory Solomon, and out of that union had four daughters. She loved fishing, cooking and socializing with her many friends. She was like a mother to a lot of neighborhood children and called them her other sons and daughters. She was preceded in death b y : her mother, Gladys Dupree; grandparents, Margaret and Willard Grimes; brother, Johnny Dupree, Jr.; sisters, Ola Mae Grimes and Susie (Dupree) Young; and grandson, Shyrone Nelson. She leaves to cherish her memories: daughters, Patricia Anderson (Carl), Barbara Copeland, Gloria Solomon and Denise Nellons (Ray); grandchildren, Jamarion, Chedinia (Robert), Keenis, Robert Jr., Terrance, Tanyale, Zarkissa and Brandon; 13 great grandchildren and 11 great-great grandchildren; father, Johnny Dupree, Sr.; brothers, Henry Dupree (Frankie), David Slatton (Jael) Larry, Thomas and Theodore; sisters, Yvonne and Lisa; and numerous other relatives and friends The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 25, 2011 at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the fantily will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at Ray Williams Funeral Home on Saturday, November 26, 2011, at 10:45 a. m. for the service. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuncralltome.com. MR. FREDDIE WILLIAMS, SR. Mr. Freddie Williams, Sr. of 4508 East Frierson Avenue, Apt. A, passed away Tuesday, November 15, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 26, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Dr. Leon Gallon, officiating. Mr. Freddie Wtlliams, Sr. was a native of Hillsborough County and a resident of Tampa for 53 years. He attended Plant High School and was employed as a housekeeper at Tampa General Hospital. He leaves to cherish his memory: two sons, Freddie Lee \Villiams, Jr. and Derrick Powell; grandchildren, Senerity Williams, Saniyah Williams and Derrick Powell, Jr.; sisters, Rose Troupe and husband, Larry, Linda Williams, Veronica Wtlliams, and Barbara Wright and husband, Ozzie; brothers, Gregory Williams and Charles Gallon; special aunt, Rosita Graham; the Williams and Gallon families; a host of cousins, nieces and nephews; fiancee, Sheila Bullock; and special coworkers and friends at Tampa General Hospital and Tampa Convention Center. The remains will after 5 p. m., Friday, November 25, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted 'to RAY WILLIAMS F'UNERAL HOME, Rh9des & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfunera]home.com. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM LARNETT (NIKKI)PYE Happy birthday. We miss and love you. Your mother, Sonja Be.xley and family. CRISIS FUNERAL PRIC""S. 1!. JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610

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Funerals/Memoriams MR. ALVIN BUGGS Memorial service for Mr. Alvin Buggs of Tampa, who passed away on November 18, 2011, at Melech Hospice House will be held on Friday, November 25, 2011, at 2 p. m. at the Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall, 9844 Skewlee Road, Thonotosassa, FL, with a Brother James White, officiating. Mr. Buggs was preceded in death by: his parents, Henry Lee and Laura Rooks Buggs; sisters, Carrie Tyson and Catherine Buggs; and brothers, Harold and Ronnie Buggs. He leaves to cherish fond memories with: his daughters, Angela Buggs (Freddie) and Stephanie Buggs (Denzil); sons, Tony Buggs (Denise) and Ray Buggs (Dorian); grandchildren, Ricshawnda Tyson, Zakiya Adams, La'tisha Turnbull, Bakari Buggs, Tarae Buggs, Omario Buggs, De'Andre Williams and Jamil Raines; great grandchildren, Ta'shari Iverson, Christopher Sheppard, Akierya Raines, Zariya Buggs, Tarae Buggs, Jr. and Jamil Raines, Jr.; his former wife, Eunice Buggs; sisters, Inez Joseph (Denley) of Thonotosassa, FL, and Daisy Buggs of San Antonio, TX; brothers, Charles Buggs of Gainesville, FL, and Alton Buggs (Carol) of Oklahoma City, OK; sister-in-law, Sharon Buggs; nieces, Deirde, Lori (James), Courtney, Sharone, Berlissa (George), Dierde, Romay (Dennis), Ronny and Kimberly (Aaron); nephews, Denton (Stephanie), Ryan, Alton, Jr., Brandon, Ian (Ashley), Brian, Basil and Reggie; and a host of other relatives, friends and the entire Jehovah's Witness family. Mr. Alvin Buggs was born in Tampa, on August 11, 1939 He was the fifth child of Henry Lee and Laura Rooks Buggs. He completed his education at Lincoln High School in Gainesville, FL. Mr. Buggs retired from the labor union #1207 and he was a devoted server of Jehovah. Friends are asked to assemble at the Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall, Thonotosassa, FL, at approximately 1:45 p. m. on Friday. "A WilSON SERVICE" Homegoing celebration for Mr. David Thomas, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Thursday, November 17, 2011 at Melech Hospice House of Temple Terrace, FL, will be held Saturday, November 26, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home Chapel, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, with Reverend Laurise Hamilton, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Thomas was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vann (Lillie Mae Chisholm) Thomas; loving aunts, Essie Yopp and Laura Carley; and beloved sister, Doretha Thomas Jackson of Tampa. He leaves to cherish memories of him: a loving and devoted wife, Georgette Thomas of Bronx, NY; eleven children, David Thomas, Jr. of Tampa, Keith Williams of Greenville, SC, Ronald Thomas of Baltimore, MD, Stephanie Williams of Greenville, SC, Michael Thomas of Baltimore, MD, Stacey Thompson (Gregory) of Simpsonville, SC, Anthony Thomas (Sharon Thomas) of Baltimore, MD, and David Wayne Williams, Samantha, Raheen Davis and Ebony Davis, all of Bronx, NY; two stepchildren, Donell Wessells and Jack Wessells of Bronx, NY; brother, Artha (Evelyn) Thomas of Tampa; twenty-two grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren; sisters-in-law, Renee (Jefferies) Thompson of Bronx, NY; Debra (George) Smith of New York, NY, Simona (Larry) Williams of Brooklyn, NY, and Deloris (Perry) Miller of Georgia; brothers-in-law, Terrance Jackson of Tampa, and Albert Thompson of Delaware; special friends, Eugene Williams of Bronx, NY and David William of Georgia; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, precious family members and friends. A native of Tampa, Mr. Thomas was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. In 1956 he moved to New York and resided there for many years. He moved to Greenville, SC, in 2003 and returned to Florida in February 2008. Mr. Thomas was a Truck Driver, prior to retirement. He was a member of the Masons and a devoted Deacon at Second Baptist Church in Bronx, NY. There will be viewing from s -9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, November 26, 2011 at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends arc asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funcralhome.com 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 MS. RATEASHA D. JONES Homegoing services for Ms. Rateasha D Jones of Tampa, who passed away Friday, November 18, 2011, will be held Saturday, November 26, 2011, at 2 p.m. at St. John Cathedral, 3401 N. 25th Avenue, Tampa, 33605, of which Bishop Eddie Newkirk is pastor. Bishop Robert Dorn will be officiating; and eulogist, Elder Tony Parker. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She was born on September 9, 1979, in Tampa, to Robert L. Jones and Gwendolyn Howard. Rateasha was a graduate of Hillsborough High School, Class of 1999 Rateasha accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of The Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ. She was preceded in death by: her parents that raised her, father, Nathaniel Robinson and mother, Mattie Robinson; maternal grandmother, Daisy Helen Howard; maternal great grandmothers, Daisy Bell Green and Ethel Howard; paternal grandfather, Olice Lee Jones; paternal grandmother, Ruth Jones; paternal great grandmother, Annie Mae Byrd; uncle, Ray Lee Jones; aunts, Barbara Jean Jones-Dixon; great uncles, Wtllie Parker, Sr., Earl Howard and Bobby Howard; great aunts, Josephine Byrd, Mary Munday, Leola Moore and J)orothy Holloway; and son, Michael Patterson, Jr. She leaves to cherish memories of her: a loving and devoted fiance of 12 years, Michael Patterson; daughters, Tatiana Patterson and Makiya Patterson; son, Michael Patterson, ill; loving and devoted parents; father, Robert Jones; mother, Gwendolyn Howard (Clifton); grandfather, Alfonzia Howard; 3 brothers, Malio Howard (Terrika), Robert Jones (Claudia) and Chris Mathis; 5 sisters, Shunda Harrison (Keith), TIYuana Howard, Trekia Bethel, Klisa Basdien and Shondra Solomon; uncles, Kenneth Green, Alfonso Howard, Jr., Eric Howard (Nadine), Marlon Howard, Melvin Howard, Frank Howard of Port St. Lucie, David Jones (Shirley), Arthur Jones of Tampa, Roy Lee Jones of Jasper, FL, James Robinson of Tampa, Calvin Jones of Jasper, FL, and Edward Jones of Ft. Lauderdale, FL; a very devoted aunt, Carolyn Stephens; loving aunts, Frances Harrington (Michael), Cynthia Riascus (Bill), Crystal Howard, Shirley Gainey, Wanda Howard, Linda Robinson (Jimmy), Rochelle Cohen Howard, Felecia Howard, Betty McClendon, Olie Jones of Jasper, FL, Rena Mac Jones, Gloria Jean Jones of Quincy, FL, Barbara Walker, Evelyn Brown of Greenville, FL, Gloria Joyce Howard of Rochester, NY, and Laura Bell of Georgiu; great uncles, Elmer Howard (Leola) and Frank Howard of Greenville, FL, Jerry Green (Bernice) and Freddy Green of Las Vegas, NV; great aunts, Alberta Pyron (Jasper), Christina Staten (LC) of Ft. Pierce, FL, Elizabeth McQuay (Nathaniel), Ernestine Bellamy, Emma Jean Howard of Greenville, FL, Mury Myers and Luuru Jones; loving and devoted second fumily, father-in-luw, and mother-in-law, Alfred and .Junette Patterson; brother-inlaw, Alf1ed Patterson; sistcis-inlaw, Aisha .James and Gayle Spain, Malio Howard, Jr., Jere-IN lOVING miah Jones, Jayden Harris, z Gucci Jermain Spain and Maceo MEMORY 0 Walker; nieces, Keshawna < Spain, .Jessica Spain, Ja Marie Howa1d, Meleah Howard, ;;: Taniya Howard and Jaida \N Howard; a host of cousins and m other loving family and friends; ::::tJ and special friends, Dionne Me-Clendon, Essence Christian, Zenita Stewart, Tesha Brown andTeresa. .... There will be viewing from s-.... 9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, November 26, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM FRANK A. CODY November 24,2009 God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be. So, He put His arms around you and whispered, "Come to me." With tearful eyes we watched you. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. You are truly missed by: your wife, Lori; children, grandson, brother, sisters, in-laws and friends. Your legacy will not be forgotten. We love you! BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM COURTNEY U.YATES Happy birthday to my soul mate. We love and miss you so much. You will always be remembered. From, Benita, Courtney, Jr. and family. OSCAR TAYLOR 2/6/38-11/28/08 It has been three years since the Lord called you home. The pain of losing you is ever present. I miss your smiling face, hearing your caring voice and sharing our devoted love for each other. I trust God's wisdom, knowing you are in His care. Your beloved wife, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FANNIE MAE MILLER 11/25/33-4/13/09 It's been 2 years, seems like yesterday. We miss you a lot,_ especially on this day, your birthday that we will always share. Love, the grandkids. .NEVER MORE BEAUTIFUl' MARLO GIBSON June 15 2009 "Despite our short time on earth together, I wouldn't have missed it fur the world." Always in our hearts, I thunk God for knowing you Mom nnd family. ., r 0 :2 c )> en m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "'tJ c: m r iii % m c m < m c: m en c )> z c ., ::::tJ c C) m N .... I )>

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c a: LL c z < c f/) w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w ::I: f/) :::i m ::l a. z tu ..J ..J ::l m ..J w z i= z w f/) < c a: 0 ..J LL FANNIE MAE MILLER 11/25/33 -4/13/09 Happy birthday, mom. Your memories are still strong and alive. You're truly missed by many and never forgotten by plenty. Love, the Miller family. A BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FOR MY SON RENARD CORNELIOUS BROWN November 26, 1976 -May 12, 2006 It's been 5 years, but it feels like yesterday. I just want to let you know that there's not a day that goes by that I don't think of you. Mommy loves and misses you dearly, especially on Thanksgiving and your birthday. Love: your kids, Renard, Jr., Rakhim, Rekayla, Reniyah, Reldja, Jaden, Amarri, Rasheem, Regina, Reshard and the late and beloved Raeneshia Brown; your sister, La tanya; your brothers, Augustus, Hiram, Ander and Marcos; your stepfather, Hiram Ortiz, Sr.; your grandparents, Prince and Eloyce Stone. Love, mom, Beverly Ortiz. Check Out Our Newly Enhanced Website: www. flsentinel.com Now With On-line And Morel SHELTON BILLUPS, SR. Happy birthday. We love and miss you. Your mother, Sonja Bexley and family. IN MEMORIAM ELDER JOSEPH JEFFERSON, JR. 11-23-1991 Those who gave our lives, beauty lives forever in our hearts. Love always, mother, Martha Thompson and family. CARD OF THANKS ANTHENAAMY BROWN Our heartfelt thanks is extended to all of you who extended your prayers, visits, attendance, cards, gifts and services during our time of need. Your kindness did not go unnoticed and shall never be forgotten. Thank you: Ouida Brown, Abraham Mitchell, Verdresa Mitchell-Marshall and all family members. President Barack Obama signed a bill into law on Monday, Nov. 21, 2011, that gives tax bre$ to comp_anies that hire unemployed veterans. WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama signed a bill into law on Monday that gives tax breaks to companies that hire unemployed veter ans. The bill pas sed Congress last week with rare bipartisan support. The legislation creates tax breaks for companies that hire jobless veterans and helps them get job training and counseling. I urge e very business owner out there who s hiring to hire a vet right away," Pres. Obama said. They will make you proud, just as the y've made this nation proud." The bill also repeals a 2006 law that would require the fed eral, state and local govern ments to withhold 3 percent of their payments to contractors. The veterans' legislation is the first proposal included in Pres. Obama's $447 billion jobs bill to win congressional approval. First ladv Michelle Obama, Jill Biden Booed At Nascar Event First Lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden's wife, Dr. Jill Biden, were booed this past weekend at a NASCAR racing event in Miami. The event, held at the Homestead-Miami Speed way, had both women serving as Grand Marshals. When the first lady was in troduced, "loud booing could be heard above the cheers. n The booing was not audible in the television broadcast. First Lady Obama. and Mrs. Biden were at the event in support of Joining Forces, the initiative the women lead in support of military families. In fact NBC Miami reported that a group of military families, an Iraq war veteran, Sgt. Andrew Barry, and a group of children of military families were with Mrs. Obama and Mrs. Biden when they were booed. OHicers lnPepper Sprav Incident Place d On leave SAN FRANCISCOA Cal ifornia university placed two of its police officers on ad ministrative leave Sunday be cause of their involvement in the pepper spraying of pas sivel y sitting protesters while the school s chancellor acce l erated an investigation into the incident amid calls for her resignation. Officials at the University of California, Davis refused to identify the two officers. Videos posted online of the incident Friday clearly shows one riot-gear clad officer dousing the lin of protesters with spray as they sat in a line with their arms intertwined. The protest Friday was held in support of the overall Occupy Wall Street movement and in solidarity with protesters at the University of California Berkele who w re jabbed b y polic with batons on Nov. 9

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Crime woman Convicted 01 String 01 Armed Robberies Faces 1 Years DAISY THOMAS ... Faces 7 Years In Federal Prison A federal jury convicted a 32-year-old Tampa of com mitting a string of armed robberies during the Spring of last year. She faces a manda tory minimum sentence of 7 years in federal prison. The string of crimes took place during a 6-week crime spree last year. Armed rob bers victimized several busi nesses in four counties. According to the U. S. Attorney's Office for the Middle District of Florida, who prosecuted the case, the first of the 10 armed robberies took place on May nth, when Daisy Louise Thomas, Rykeith Levatte, and another person entered the All About You Hair Salon, in New Port Richey around 2:15 p.m The armed suspects pointed guns at the employees and a in the business and ordered them to the floor The suspects fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of money. Less than two weeks later, on May 24th, armed suspects robbed King's Grocery in ANTOINE HARRIS ANTONIO HARRIS Tampa. The following day, they struck a 7-Eleven in Pinellas Park. The robberies continued on May 26th, when 3 Eleven Stores in Tampa, Gibsonton, and New Port Richey were robbed. Police said a Hess Gas Station in New Port Richey was also robbed on May 26th Armed suspects robbed the 7-Eleven in Lakeland on May 28th and attempted to rob a Circle K in Tampa, but wer e unsuccessful. The last robbery took place in Land O'Lakes on June 3rd with the robbery of a Mobil Gas Station in Land 0' Lakes. According to evidence pre sented at trial, Ms. Thomas helped plan at least one of the robberies and used a credit card stolen from the victim of another robbery. Other defendants who have each pled guilty for their respective roles in th e conspiracy are: Antoine Harris, Antonio Harris, Rykeith Levatte, Arquives McNeal, and Alden Lewis. Each suspect is awaiting sen tencing. Ms. Thomas was convicted of conspiracy to commit robberies, armed robbery, and To All Our Customers, Friends & Families ''2:t:C,:=ros (2663) Reaching Those Behind Bars 24 RYKEITH LEVATIE using a firearm during a crime of violence. Ms. Thomas will be sentenced on March 1, 2012. The crime ALDEN LEWIS ARQUIVES spree was McNEAL investigated b y several agencies including the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive (ATF), the Tampa Police Department, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, the Pasco County Sheriffs Office, the Lakeland Police Department, the New Port Richey Police Department, the Pinellas Park Police Department, and the Florida Department of law Enforcement (FDLE). No Charges Filed In Road Rage Stabbing WATHSON ADELSON Stabbing Victim Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies are investigating a road rage incident that occurred Monday morning. According witnesses, two vehicles were traveling south on Manhattan Avenue near Waters when one of the vehicles, driven by Wathson Adelson, 20, sped up into oncoming traffic and went around a vehicle driven by Alcisviades Polanco, 62. After Adelson went around Polanco, deputies said he got in front of Polanco and slammed on brakes, blocking the roadway. Adelson then reportedly walked back to Polanco's vehicle where the two got into an argument. The argument turned physi cal and witnesses said Polanco armed himself with a sharp object (ice pick) and s tabbed Adelson in the h e ad and a rm Adelson was trans port e d to a local hospit a l and is list e d in critical c ondition No charg e s have be e n filed at this time c Deputies Charge Man With Anempted Murder Of Co-Worker z m :s: Ill m JJ N 01 On Saturday, Hillsborough County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man on a charge of attempted murder. Deputies said at 7:11 a. m., John Taylor, 29, followed a co-worker home, and when he saw him walking in the area of Bearss and Dale Mabry, Taylor reportedly fired several shots at the man, hitting him once in the shoulder. Deputies said when the victim fell to the ground, Taylor tried to run him over with his car, but was unsuccessful because the victim fled before he was hit. The victim identified Taylor as the man who shot him and tried running him over. Taylor was arrested a JOHN TAYLOR N 0 ...... ...... short time later near his home in Odessa, Florida and charged. He is being held without bond. The victim's r-0 JJ name was not released, and no motive was given for the shooting. c )> CJ) m z Detectives Solve 2006 Cold Case Murder :::! z m r-aJ c r r-HOESCHELE THOMAS ... 2006 murder victim Pinellas County detectives report they have solved the 2006 murder of Hoeschele Thomas. A warrant for seconddegree murder was issued for 22-year-old Uoyd A. Neal, who is currently serving a life sentence at Taylor Correctional Institution on an unrelated 2007 Clearwater murder case. Hoeschele Thomas was fatally shot on October 29, 2006 outside a residence at 12790 n8th Street, North in Largo. Detectives said Thomas was walking home when unknown people in a vehicle approached and offered to' sell him drugs. When Thomas refused to buy the m :::! z "0 c tD c CJ) :I: m c m < m -4 c m CJ) U.OYDNEAL C ... currently serving a life sen-tence for another murder. )> z drugs, an argument began and a passenger fired a shot JJ at Thomas, fatally wound-C inghim. In June 2011, a detective reviewed the case file again, and through the investigation, he was able to draw a connection between the weapon used in the Thomas murder and the used in a drive-by shooting in Clearwater three weeks after the Thomas murder. Various interviews placed Neal at the scene and in the commission of the murder of Thomas, including an eye witness Neal will be extradited to Pinellas County on a charge of second-degree murder. UNCLE SANDY ... Find it in your heart 2, 4, 7, 10 to give thanks 12 14 18, 20 for what you have 28, 33, 39, 41 and pray for N those less fortunate 44, 48, 51, 54

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FLORIDA sEN'TINE&" FRiDAY.NOVEMBER25,2011 B large Numbers Turn Out For Stop The Violence Meeting More than 200 persons turned out Thursday, November 10, 2011, for the Stop the Violence task forc e meeting that was held a t the Chloe Coney Building. Citizens are concerne d about the increas e in v i o l e nc e a nd murd e r s th a t h ave b een occurring in the African-American community over the past s everal months. Exp e rts, prof ess ional s a nd community c iti ze n s ca m e togeth e r t o w o rk o n s t rategy to comba t the v i o l e n c e (Photos by BRUNSON) Ralph Smith of Computer Mentors and Pastor Charles Hill were in attendance. Lily McCarty, Public Defender Julianne Holt and Kare n Skyers, Legislative Assistant to Senator Arthenia Joyner. Harry Vanden and Sylvia Brinson wanted to learn the strategy. Tampa Housing Authority C E O J erome R yans and F r e d Hearns F r o m l e ft to right: Denese J a mes, Ernest Coney Beverly Ward, meeting facilitator, Cheryl R odriguez and Evangeline Best Mark Yulee and Christopher Waller participated in the meeting. Owen Young, Principal at Middleton High, has an interes t in what' s happening to our young people. R echi Butler. Seated: Tony a Lewis, Pat Spencer, Vivian Heyward and standing, Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr. Kim Miner, Weed and Seed Coordinator, East Tampa II and Pastor Essie Sims, Jr., ETCRP Chairperson. Dunic l D cnn ofthe HOPE Center, Mf\ior Gerald Honeywell of the E u s t Tampa Police S ector Station, and Captain D iane Hobley-Burney als o uttende d the m eeting.

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Features lri' N a: w m w > 0 z >"' < c a: LL Sell-Published Author learns latest Book Is Going To Higher Heights Professor Named liaison For School District USF Alliance BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor A Bay Area woman is still beaming with excitement after learning last month that her first book, "Love Beyond Measure: It's About Faith will be going to ePub format and has been submitted to the iBookstore. Ms. Yvonne Grant, who currently resides in Oldsmar, said she learned of the news through an email from Lulu. "I was t'otally in awe when I saw the email," she said. "I started praising God and cry ing tears of joy at the same time ... As always, all I can say is, 'but God!!" The email, which Ms. Grant shared with the Sentinel went on to say that the title is being considered for distribution to the Barnes and Noble NOOK Bookstore. The book has also been sub mitted to Apple at no charge to Ms. Grant. The self-published author MS. YVONNE GRANT was featured in the Sentinel in April, 2010 as she had just completed her very first Christian romance book. She used the Lulu publishing house. I chose the print on demand service because my fi nances did not afford me the ability to order hundreds and hundreds of books, nor did I have the means to get exposure of the book to the masses as I was unemployed at the time, she explained. A resident of the Belmont Heights community until she Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? CaD Tanya Dogree (813) 418-5253 Pllyme.ot Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK .J. J ACQlJES 1\. 0 ;\RI LIS. P., \ : \TTORNEY X 13/930-2222 Accident & Injuries Employment Civil Rights Family Law Appeals 7211 N. Dale Mabry Ste 228 -ctooooM& ...,., ..... ___ ... ...,..,.,__ .. __ J. AITORNEY AT LAW SPECIAliZING IN: NURSING HOME NEGLECf PERSONAL INJURY PROBATE II< 11 ,., 1 li I \ill''' \\ I "\ \ \ I I'\\ (8)]) 2]9-0600 }(,q(, '0() I \'I ". \ \lz lli'\J It I ill 1Z 1 1 :--.il, l \ l 111 1 I \ \ IU l "IIIII I\. IA\\1'\ ll(li(lll\ \\(,j() Pk uoto-you''"-,,_, llboul ourquaiiiJoMicnr ond .,..,.,... graduated from high school in 1977, Ms. Grant says she always reflects on a statement that her pastor, Andre Mitchell always says, as long as you stay obedient to what God would have you to do, God will bring things right up to your doorsteps.' It was October 14, 2011, when the email came from Lulu Ms. Grant is writing her second book in the Adari Ro mance series, "Restoration of Faith," which is due for re lease in late 2012. She is however, working on a book signing for the Tampa community and other cities in Florida in the near future. Also in the future, Ms. Grant will begin production of a stage play for the first book, which will be directed by her sister, Beverly Grant, writer, producer and director of the gospel play I Sho Do Miss My Momma" with the assistance of her nephew, Gregory Miller, III, a short film writer The Hillsborough County School Board and the Univer sity of South Florida had been working together in an infor mal capacity. However, ear lier this month, the two entities decided to formalize the partnership and name a director. The Hillsborough County Public School District approved a three-year memorandum of understanding with the University of South Florida, College of Education. The newly created organiza tion is known as the Tampa Bay Educational Partnership. Dr. Donna Elam has been named as the director of the partnership. She will also serve as the associate director of the David C. An chin Center in the COEDU. Dr. Elam is a nationally recognized authority in diver sity and cultural competence training for governmental, business, community, and ed-50S East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY & Cnclltor's .._nwnt REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW ''CALL RICKY" "ASK RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY (813) 892-8193 Or Email: callrickywllliams@gmail.com Available 24 FREE Consultation .. Uving & Meclcal Expel I98S ltanspor1atlon .. Cou1seling Selec&lg & Meetrlg .. Plotu1'8S & Updates Of '\tu Chid Always FREE To Mothers RICKY E. WILLIAMS Text (813)525-3840 www.christlnewelch.com CHRISTINE WElCH, Esq. 835-6000 DR. DONNA ELAM ucational agencies. She earned her Master's Degree and Doctorate from New York University. Dr. Elam completed her undergraduate studies at York College, in New York. The director will act as the link between the school district and USF for research interests, communicating proposed projects, establish ing networks, and facilitating contracts and grants. "We will use our strengths to connect the expertise across campus," Dr. Donna Elamsaid. MaryElia Ellen, Hillsborough County Public School District Superintendent said, "It is important to have one point of contact who will align strategies and resources to assist in achieving our respective goals, which will build and enhance our mutually beneficial relationship." Judge Rules countv b-Commlsslonar Cleared II Pavtna CountvBack La s t week, U.S. Dis t r i c t Judge James D. Whitte-more. ruled that Kevin White KEVIN WHITE doesn't owe the county any more. Hillsborough County was seeking a partial payment in a sexual harassment lawsuit. Judge Whittemore had ruled earlier that White should have been covered by the County's insurance. The County was also seeking a partial payment of the $425,000 in expenses. White accumW,ated $15 7,730 in legal fees during the trial.

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utYou I Congratulations Congratulations to Grover and Marshonna on behalf of their new ble ssi ngs Deshonna Raquel Turner. From, famil y and Friends. Haoov Binhdav Mvlove COLBY COLBY And MEKMEK This is to wish my baby, soul mate, lover, best friend and future husband, a happy birthday. It's beeri a year and a half since we found each other and I thank God everyday for you. Through our ups and downs nothing tore us apart. Anything worth working at is worth having and it has truly paid off. Let the past be the past 'cause I'm your present and future. "Your future wife, that is: . Loving you always and forever and missing you bad, but this will be over soon. Your wife, Mrs. Tamika A. Ellison. Happy Binhday GREGORY 11/24 Happy birthday to the world's greatest granddaddy. Love, Antonio. Happy Binhday GERBRE'TA 11/26 Happy birthday to our Queen Bree. You' re really a blessing to us. Love your family and friends, and your son, Antonio. Happy Binhday BRANDI PARAMORE 11-23-00 Happy birthday to my girl, Brandi, who will be turning 11 on November 23 and will be celebrating with family and friends. Also, congratulations on making Honor Roll at Oak Park Elementary. We lov e you From: mom, Brandon, "Bruce", Chris and Keith. Happy Binhday MS.ZAKHIA 11-22 Happ y birthday, Lucy. Love. Mommy (Toya), Grandma Lisa, Auntie Quita, Auntie Meka and dad Calhoon. Happy Binhday, Maddy PaddY MADDYSIN 11/23 1+1=2 MADDYSIN And JA 11/23 LO.V.E. MADDYSIN And JA 11/26 Happy birthday to the two jl loves of my life and only 2 5 that can make me laugh and cry at the same time. My lil' lad y and the man of the house, Ms. Maddy and JA. Happv Binhdav, Young JA

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All About You Meeting Firstladv Michelle Obama MRS. MARSE DIXON, FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA And REV. WILLIE G. DIXON Rev. Dixon met with First Lady Michelle Obama to discuss future plans for her to come back to the T ampa Bay a r ea 0 in the inner city to talk with the peopl e in th e n e i ghbo rh ood. u.. FYI c U) w ::> 1-Middleton Class 011965 w > The Middleton High School Class of 1965 will hold its busi-w ness meeting on Monday, November 28, 2011 6 :30 p. m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin :::Z::: Luther King, Jr. Blvd. __ __ te_d_. ________________________ ::> 0.. z i= w ...J ...J ::> m ...J w z i= z w U) a: 0 ...J u.. 813.61J.nao Local" AnnuaiBovscoutluncheon Draws Supponive Audience The annual Whitney M. Young Boy Scouts of America Luncheon was held on Veterans Day, November 11, 2011, at Higgins Hall. The speaker was U.S. Congressman James Clyburn of South Carolina. The event was hosted by Gulf Ridge Council Boy Scouts of America. Halvern Johnson was the host. This year's honorees were Chris Altenbernd; Earl Silas and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners. (Photos by BRUNSON) Joining the guest speaker at the Boy Scouts of America Whitney M. Young, Jr. Luncheon on Veterans Day from left to right: Elder Charles Davis, Rev. Dr. W. James Favorite, Congresswoman Kathy Castor, Congressman James E. Clyburn, State Senator Arthenia Joyner, Chloe Coney and C. Fred Hearns. Naman Johnson, Sr. and Judge (Ret.) Perry Little are regular attendants to the luncheon Al Harrell and Ken Verrett at the luncheon. Levi Carte r with the guest speaker, CongressJnun C lybu.-n Some of those in attendance were: JoAnna Johnson, Sylvia E. Edge, Benita Williams, Central Florida Council, Glenette Bruce, Sonja Cambridge and Calvin Long. These Boy Scouts in attendance were from Troop 100, with Greg Chysneg. Among the gentlemen at the Whitney M. Young Jr. Bo Scouts of America Luncheon were Stanley Gra James Simmons, Bobby L. Bowden, George A. Davis and Clar nee Fort.

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Celebration Welcome Home Celebration A Welcome Home Celebra tion Reception for Vivian Johnson, w h o currentl y re sides in Northern Virginia was held at the home of Alfredo Moragne. The sumptuous meal, including dess e rts was catered b y Open Cafe. C l assmates from Howard W. Blake Class of 1961 and friends in attendance included: Dolores Mcintosh, Gene Black, Joseph and Frances Sykes, Charles Collins, Lois Robinson, Myron and Sandra Smith, Gerard Williams, Dr. Hazel Harvey, Dr. Alma Hires, Dr. Charles and Jackie Myers, Alfredo Moragne, Alphonso Salter, Renee Joseph, Ellen Moragne Honoree Vivian Johnson with Jackie Myers and Dr. Charles Myers. Alfredo Moragne, Dr. Charles Myers, Alphonso Salter, friends since 7th grade. Meeting NUCPTo Hold General MembershiP Meeting Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP will host their General Membership and Annual Meeting. The meeting will take place on Thursday, De cember 81 \ at 7 p m. Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, senior pastor of New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Avenue and congregation will host the meeting. Members of the community are invited to attend the meeting and to discuss any concerns or issues they may have. Dr. Carolyn H. Collins is the Branch President and Rev. Jay Jackson is theReligious Affairs Chairman. Robinson, Ken Hanna, Rev. Art est Moragne Newkirk, Don and Bettye Johnson, Belinda Williams, Gwen Myers, Sylvia Hollinshed, Dr. David Smith, Altelio Moragne, Donna Moragne, Fay McBride and William Robinson. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Gerard Williams attended the party. Guests also included Sandra and Myron Smith. At For additional informa tion, contact; the Branch Office at 813-234-8683, or visit the website at www.hillsborough naacu.org. MINISTER AL I B/\l.DWIN i w I' f.1thrtJI C>nrn!J11V East Chelsea Baptist Church 7225 E. Chelsea St. Tampa 3361 (Comer Of Orient Rd. And Chelsea) .... t:-> COLLEGE HILL COGIC .. ... (6414 North 30th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 '813-239-316 1 l Hvl Saturday, December 3rd @ 7:00pm Featuri11Q: College Hill Teenage Choir, Chlfdren's Choir & Choir #1 & The College Hill Mass Choir z o < m tD m :a N 01 N 0 .... .... "TT r-0 :a c )> en m z ::::! z m r-tD c: rr-m ::::! z

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0 Local N a: w m :iE w > 0 z Feeding Ministrv Observes Breast Cancer Awareness Month c fE On Sunday, O c t o b e r 3 0 2 011, Sis t e r s in F ellows hip found ed b y Missionary La Patterson ( decease d 1005 05), o b served Br eas t Can cer Aware n e s s M onth b y fee di ng Godis p e opl e Th e mini s t ry wa s bl esse d to fix m o r e t h a n 300 pl a t es. A l o t of the p e r s on s w ho s u p port the mini s t ry we r e the r e t o h e lp se rve the p e opl e c a: LL. c z < c en w ;::::) 1-Supporters are jubilant afte r they assisted i n feeding the people. Big B, Deacon Rain, JG, Sheka, Taft, Pig, Homey, W Harpo, Marcus, and Ul Charles > w c w :::z::: en :::::i m ;::::) a. z t= w ...J ...J ;::::) m ...J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. m I (0 w 0.: BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9 :30A.M. Sunday Morning Worsr.ip .. .. 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. .__ ___ BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." Shelia, president, center, with faithful supporters: S h e ka, Re, JG, Big B D eacon Rain. God's Angels happily serve the people: Re-Re, JG, Sheka, Big B and not seen, Fi-Fi. NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. ( 8 1 3 ) 248-8101 or ( 813) 247-3899 J.WIWAMS Pastor Early Morning Worship -7 :55A.M. Sunday M001ing Wcxship-9:30A.M. Morning Worship -10:55 A M Wed., F a m i l y Night-7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minis surrounds who trusts In the LORD. Psalm 32: 10 RRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N 29th St Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW 6 :00P. M. Evening Worship 7 :00P. M

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, ior Teaching Pastor, 8722 checks for Nov and Dec. }< November Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the No vember celebrants: John Glenn, Rodwell Naughton, Ronald Edwin Lewis, Jr., Rosemary Dixon-Moore, Sandra Glenn, Sharonda Nicole Barnes, Shawntrell Williams, Shelise Webster, Sherika Baldwin, Stephanie Finlayson, Sydnie Simmons, Taiah Sneed, Tameisha Smith, Terrance Mitchell, Sr., Tia Bryant, Tonya Burney, Torrance Lee, Sr., Tracy McCants, Troy Russell, Valencia Y. Bellard, Virginia Guilford, Lathrop, Willie Walker, Windy Summer and Diana Inmon. Sick And Shut-Ins Pray for everyone: Willie Mobley, Mozelle DeBose, Marie Benson, Henry Sanders, O'Miller Kelsey, Geneva Lucas, Beryl Wilson, Bert Graham, Mary Turner, Annie Laura Jelks, Eloise Leeks, Mattie Mills, Archie Mae Wright, Phyllis Akes, Vinnie Williams, Willie Burns, Lucille Moore, Dorothy W"Ilder and Van Scott. We wish them all a speedy recovery. Clarence Vickers has been under the weather, let us pray that he gets stronger each and everyday. Prayer Requests Mrs. Bertha Washington desires prayers for her household. The Philons desire prayer James E. Downs, Jose Calleja, Darnell Williams and his grand mother, Mrs. Gwen Sneed, Courtney Andrews, Curtis Johnson and his mom, Mrs. V. Butler. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Klrtdand, 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 PMl..ord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study DR. C. T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Sympathy Sympathy is extended to the Ball and Moore fami lies due to the loss of their loved one, Mrs. Mable L. Ball. She will be greatly missed by those who knew her, especially the Central Park Village friends May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Thanksgiving Guest Mrs. Barbara Collins' household on 83rd St., had a wonderful Thanksgiving with her son from Rochester, NY. He shared the day with the family and enjoyed our nice Florida weather. St. James AME Church OfP. V. The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets every Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m. They are a group of God s children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Everyone is invited to come and share with us. First Baptist Church OfP. V. Dr. Sam Maxwell, Sen-GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9: 45a.m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship -5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd. Tampa. Fl33819 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 PastOI''s Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy omoe: (813) sn-5968 Fax : (813) 672-o514 E-Malt : fboopv@tampabay rr com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaohlng Pastor Adult/Children WOI'Shlp Times 7:30AM. & 10:55 A M 4:wi!Jiiumft Sunday-9 :45AM. Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P M -Youth! Children 7:30P M Adult A Sat ellite Campus For Faith Bible Institute 'Grcming The C hurch For Global Change (Aol s 1 : 8 Rom 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 : 8) Progress Blvd. Tampa 33619, (813) 677-194 8. November There were two guest Computer Classes m speakers on Sunday, during Bloomingdale Regional, S: the 51st anniversary. Riverview Branch and 78th At 7:30 a. m. -Pastor Street Community Libraries lJ Andre' Wright of Douglas, are offering classes this N ,!.71 GA (sermon: Follow The month. Ark), and at 11 a. m. -Pastor Sylvester Robinson (sermon: centered around Psalm 91). Both set God's house on fire!! 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. (be tween 78th St. and Faulken burg Rd.) Aguilas International Medical Institute Aguilas International Medical Institute is a bilingual healthcare educa tion preparatory training company that provides health care workers with cer tifications and enhances knowledge of skills. For more info, call (813) 871-2407 or go to website: www.aguilasinternational.com or www.aguilasinternational edu.com Free blood pressure GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship 8 A M Sunday School 9 : 30A.M Morning Worship-10 : 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBUC IS INVITED HERRAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. l 11 A.M. Sunday School A.M. Mid Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. Home Deliveries For home delivery of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, please call Mr. Westley at (813) 248-0724 My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and gree$g cards to Florida in mates, please write: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 33689-0402. F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 741-9760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. r Let's keep our service men and women lifted up they 52 protect our country. Call your news into Glo-ria McNair-Johnson at Z her NEW number (813) 735-7968. m New Testament M. B. Chun:h Of Tbonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services : JR. Sunday School 9 : 30 A M Sun Morn i ng Worship 11 A M Wed Night: Youth Prayer Serv i ce And B i ble Study Thurs Night : Prayer Service And Bible Study "/ Csn Do AU Things Through Christ Who Stretlgth6ns Me. -Phil. 4; 13 believeth in me, he were dead, yet shall he live. And Whoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. john-11 :25 jesus Is lm e! Jesus Is l.ibert\'! I r tD c: r r m :::! z ., c: tD c (/) ::I: m c m < m -1 c: m (/) c :J> z c :!:! c

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Communit News Ll) N a: w m :E w z > <:( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( 0mega Achievement Awards Presentation c When the Pi Iota Chapter of Omega Psi Phi held its 2011 Achievement Awards en Presentation at New St. Matthew M. B. Church, four of its fraternity brothers were w ::l honored. 1-From left to right are: Carlos Doxoe, Superior Services Award; C. Blythe Andrews, ill, Community Service Award; William Cade, Omega Man of the Year; and Robert Scott, III, Superior Service Award. W Not shown, Morris Williams, Sr., who also received the Superior Service Award. fa (Photograph by Julia Jackson) :c en ::i m ::l Q. M.B. CIIJRCII A Campaign For Peace LAEVANS INC., a not for profit organization, recently launched a public service campaign under their Peace makers Initiative purporting domestic peace in an urban setting on local digital and poster billboards. To facilitate the artwork for the billboards Ms. Helen Evans solicited the participation of Hillsborougp Community College University of South Florida and a host of others. Matthew Maharaj, a graphic designer/artist rep resenting HCC along with Scott Draft, an artist repre senting USF, submitted out standing designs that can be seen on CBS digital and poster boards with the artists' respective messages of peace around town. Ms. Evans is anticipating two additional designs from more of Tampa's best artistic expressionists, a local cartoonist and an up and com ing artist who attends a local high school. This is how you can partic ipate. Ms. Evans is seeking su bmissions from community artists and/ or graphic d esigners to fill five slots with their concept of what constitutes or portray s do mestic peace. It does not matter how yo ung the artist is or ho w old as everyone is welcome to participate. The only stipulation Ms. Evans has is that it clearl y reflects the concept of peace and nonviolence. The pure creativity of the artist should be unrestrained such that the community can enjoy their wo rk of art while reflecting upon humanity's innate state of peace. To receive the specs for both the digital and poster boards, call Ms. Evans at 813-843-0212. View one of Ms. Evans' cre ations for a poster board lo cated near 121 h Street and Hillsborough Avenue, readable to westbound traffic. I CATHEDRAL z t= w ...J ...J ::l m 3107 E lake Ave. 2484121 3401 E 25th Avennue.T ampa, Fl (Cooter Cl34h St. &25lb Ava. ...J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J LL ..... ........ .. tp_ .. ---ftnW ... ........... .,._, _____ __. ... ,.. .. -. 11na ' ICIIII ....... C111111_. R 7 llift.F l&ta lli.OS1IIIJ .... JI. ,_llrlliiC.Ir THr: HOlY GHOST CHURCH Of PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, 1611 N. 2.W sr_ ... Tamnar. F l llllM (Sl 3) 247-JGSS CLun.i. (Sil) 61-J-4600 l"dul. r .rrsail: Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813} 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Gareline: 248-HELP llilllaJ fdlillltllltid:. Sr. Paslor Y WOR SCIIEIJULE 8:00 A M EnrOlment 9:45AM. Sunday Sctro I OrientaOOn 10:45 Worship service (YolJh aturch 2nd AOO Prayer Wlf3tlle SbJcty Email Us At stjmilistmsaoloom Mission Statement: ;4 OJtNm d tfe inner Clb'. whole man."' Ouleatl Mlnis&ly: f\OAH COMMLNTY,I..1 Hl.ISEOF LYDIA

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Local Praverline Ministrv Embarking On 20th Anniversarv z 0 < BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The Mary E. May Interces sory Prayerline Ministry will celebrate the 20th year of the "Joy To The World Prayer Brunch" December 9 and 10, 2011 at the Clarion Hotel. This year the focus in on men who will be standing with the ministry as they Make Things Happen Through Prayer," the 2011 theme The Bishop James H. Howell will be the keynote speaker for the Saturday De cember 10, 2011 service and brunch. Others who will offer prayers during this service are: Pastors Kevin Howell, Tony Smart, Thomas Scott, Ronald Fields, Zachery Hudson, Alfonzo Broughton, and Frank Bafford, Sr. Also on the program will be Billy Dawkins, master of ceremonies, David Charles Brown, scripture and Dywayne Hines, praise and worship In addition to the "Joy To The World Brunch, the min-MARY E. MAY, Founder And OZIE BROWN istry also hosts its annual prayer conference which is held in conjunction with the brunch a nd kick s off on F ri day, Dece mber 9th. The guest speaker will be Co-Pastor Gaile Howell, who will speak on Prayer That Gets Results. As she looks back over the years, Mrs. May talks about the goodness of the Lord and how he has blessed her the ministry and so many others through prayer. The ministry actually started in 1978. She was ap proached by an unknown woman who asked her to start a Children's Bible Study class. She gathered children at her home and the 'stranger' at-Restaurant Owner Could Have Had Difterentlife BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Cecil McLean could ha ve very well wound up the next Nicky Barnes or Frank Lucas. Growing up in th e New York and New Jersey area McLean was part of the n ext era that followed Barnes and Lucas, and was very much a part of the street life. When crack cocaine hit the streets, everybody was try ing to get that easy money, and I was no exception," said McLean. "It was after a period of incarceration that I began to see what direction my life was going, and I didn t like what I saw." Fortunately, McLean's wife was employed in the banking industry, and nine years ago, she was transferred to Tampa, where McLean de cided it was time to make a move. Working jobs that only paid $8-an-hour wasn't going to get it done. That's when I de cided to enroll in culinary school, and in 2002, I gradu ated with my degree. From that point on, all I dreamed of was one day opening a restaurant. McLean is the owner of Simply Good Restaurant, and said to start this kind of busi ness, first you need to know the failure rate is very high. "You have to form your own game plan, and keep your dishes fairly simple. Also, loca tion is very important, but CECIL MCLEAN when the food is good, people will come no matter where you are." McLean said he has a staff offour people at th e restaurant and some of them were people who just needed anot her chance. "My advice for anyone who wants to open a restaurant i s to don't give up stay focused and they will be successful. I serve an array of e thnic groups, and they all keep com ing back, sometimes bringing new face s with them." McLean said Simply Good features the kind of dishes grandma used to make, and everything is cooked from scratch, and he uses no can goods. "My plan is to pass this on to my children later. "As with anything, to make it work the way it is supposed to, you have to have God in your life." Simply Good is open on Sunday from 9 a. m. until 8 p. m., and Monday through Thursday from 8 a m. until 9 p. m., and is located at 5553 South 78th Street. tended one session and was never seen again ''I'm con vinced that lady was an angel sent by God," she said. Children are still a part of the ministry and Dr. Lorretta Johnson. The prayer ministry moved to her church with one other lady, Ruby Hayes, who is now deceased. The ministry has taken many strides since those hum ble beginnings. The prayerline work begins at 4 a. m. each day with the chairlady, Ozie Brown con-m necting with Mrs. May. By 4:30 a. m. 12 warriors are on the line Throughout the day m J:J 1\) different groups are sending U1 petitions of prayer. The final !'.) c prayerline of the week is Fri-..... day at 11:30 p. m. .....

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-Lt) ('II a: w m :E w z c a: LL From a savory sandwich and hearty salads to easy turnovers and a simple casserole, there are plenty of delicious ways to finish off turkey leftovers. Get creative in the kitchen and try substituting healthier ingredients into your favorite recipes. Instead of mayonnaise or cream cheese, use yogurt. It's a great way to cut out extra calories from decadent dishes without sacrificing taste, especially after stuffing yourself and not just your turkey. Leftover Turkev Sandwiches 4 tablespoons mayonnaise 8 slices whole c grain bread fE 1/2 cup prepared c stuffing z 1/2 pound sliced leftover or deli turkey 1/2 cup cranberry sauce or whole berry cranberrysauce 1 small apple, cored and sliced w i:ij c w ::z:: en :::; Ill ::l ll. DIRECTIONS: Spread mayonnaise generously on 4 bread slices. Layer stuffing, turkey, cranberry sauce and apple on bread slices. Top with remain ing 4 bread slices. z i= w ..J ..J ::l Ill ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL Ill 0 -w 5553. !i. 7Bt:ll !itrll!tl!t! TIUnpa. Au .. nm 813. Turkev Casserole 4 cups leftover prepared stuffing, divided 4 cups coarsely chopped leftover cooked turkey 3/4 cup mayonnaise, split 2 cups mashed potatoes 1-1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 375F. Spray 8-inch baking dish with no-stick cooking spray. Spoon in 2 cups stuffing, then top with turkey. Combine 1/4 cup mayonnaise with cranberry sauce; evenly spread over turkey. Combine remaining 1/2 cup mayonnaise, potatoes and cheese in large bowl. Evenly spread on turkey, then top with remaining 2 cups stuffing. Bake 40 minutes or until heated through. Let stand 10 minutes before serving. Tunev PotPie 1 each, small onion and carrot chopped 1/2 cup peeled potato, diced 1/4 each, cup celery (chopped) and butter (cubed) 1/3 cup all-purpose flour 1/2 each, teaspoon salt and dried parsley flakes 1/4 each, teaspoon dried rosemary (crushed), sage and pepper 1 cup chicken broth 2 cups cooked turkey, cubed 1/2 cup frozen peas 1 cup yogurt 1 sheet refrigerated pie pastry DIRECTIONS: In large saucepan, saute onion, carrot, potato and celery in butter until tender. Add flour and seasonings until blended; gradually add broth. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until thickened. Stir in turkey, peas and Chobani; divide mixture among four ungreased s-inch pie plates. Divide pastry into quarters. On a lightly floured surface, roll each quarter into a 6-inch circle; place over filling. Trim, seal and flute edges; cut slits to vent. Cover and freeze two potpies for up to 3 months. Bake the remaining potpies at 375F for 18 to 22 minutes or until golden brown. Let stand for 10 minutes before serving. To use frozen potpies: Remove from the freezer 30 minutes before baking. Cover edges of crusts loosely with foil; place on a baking sheet. Bake at 375F for 30 minutes. Remove foil; bake l.s-20 minutes longer or until golden brown and filling is bubbly.

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:!! Turkev Fiesta Salad 'Stoning' Crusted Turkev Cutlets z 1/2 cup Mayonnaise 1/2 cup prepared salsa 6 cups romaine lettuce 2 cups cooked turkey 4 slices bacon, crisp-cooked and crumbled DIRECTIONS: Combine mayonnaise and salsa in small bowl; set aside. Combine remaining ingredients in large bowl. Just before serving, toss with mayonnaise mixture. Serve, if desired, with your favorite salad fixings, such as chopped tomatoes, black beans, shredded cheese, sliced pitted ripe olives, sliced green onions and/ or tortilla chips. Turkev Turnovers 2 cups shredded turkey 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 2 packs crescent rolls 1 cup each, cheddar cheese and cooked broccoli (chopped) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 375F. Combine all ingredients except crescent rolls in large bowl.Separate each package crescent rolls into 4 squares; press diagonal perforations to seal. Spoon turkey filling onto center of each square. Fold dough diago nally over filling to form triangles; press edges firmly to seal. Arrange turnovers on baking sheet; brush tops lightly with addi tional mayonnaise. Bake 12 minutes or until golden. Serve warm. 2 cups panko or plain dried bread crumbs 3 tablespoons finely chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1/4 cup mayonnaise 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning 4 turkey cutlets (about 1/2 inch thick) 4 tablespoons canola oil, divided DIRECTIONS: Combine bread crumbs, parsley, salt and pepper in large shallow dish; set aside. Combine mayonnaise, mustard and poultry seasoning with wire whisk in small bowl and season, if desired, with salt and pepper. Season turkey, if desired, with salt and pepper. Brush 1 side of each turkey cutlet with mayonnaise mixture, then coat in bread crumbs. Heat 2 tablespoons oil in 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium-high heat and cook 2 turkey cutlets, bread side down, 3 minutes or until golden brown and a crust has formed. Turn over and cook an additional 2 minutes or until turkey is tho roughly cooked. Repeat with remaining oil and turkey. our Publix private label values. Finally, fi.gure in Gf items on sale every day. They; all add UR to a lower grocery tab. Go to publix.com/ save now to make. plans to save this week. m s: llJ m JJ 1\) (J1 1\) 0 ...I. ...I. "'tJ c: llJ ... u; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c :!! c

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Reasons Whv You're Tired All The Time Save Your Skin Part 1 of2 It may be more than just a lack of sleep. Anemia Anemia may be caused by an iron or vitamin deficiency, blood loss, internal bleeding, or a chronic disease such as rheumatoid arthritis, cancer, or kidney failure. Women of childbearing age are especially susceptible to iron-deficiency anemia be cause of blood loss during menstruation and the body's need for extra iron during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Symptoms: Fatigue, ex treme weakness, difficulty sleeping, lack of concentration, rapid heartbeat, chest pains, and headache. Diabetes Sugar, also called glucose, is the fuel that keeps your body going And that means trouble for people with type 2 diabetes, who can't use glucose properly, causing it to build up in the blood. People with diabetes often notice fatigue as one of the first warning signs. Symptoms: Aside from exhaustion, other signs include excessive thirst, frequent uri nation, hunger, weight loss, ir ritability, vaginal yeast infections, and blurred vision. Thyroid Disease The thyroid gland, about the size of a kiwi fruit, is found in the front of the neck and pro duces hormones that control your metabolism. Too much thyroid hormone (hyperthyroidism), and metab olism speeds up. Too little (hy pothyroidism), and metabolism slows down. Symptoms: Hyperthy roidism causes muscle fatigue and weakness. Exercises such as riding a bike or climbing stairs become more difficult. Other symptoms include unexplained weight loss, feel ing warm all the time, in creased heart rate, shorter and less frequent menstrual flows, and increased thirst. Hyper. thyroidism is most commonly diagnosed in people in their 20s and 30s, but it can occur in older women and men too. Hypothyroidism causes fa tigue, an inability to concen trate, and muscle soreness, even with minor activity Other symptoms include weight gain due to water reten tion, feeling cold all the time (even in warmer weather), heavier and more frequent menstrual flows, and constipa tion. Hypothyroidism is most common in women over age so. In fact, as many as 10% of women past so will have at least mild hypothyroidism. drome remains puzzling, be cause it has no known cause. Remember that if you're struggling through your day, talk to your doctor. Exhaustion can be your body's way of sig naling a real problem, so rule out serious conditions that need to be treated. If you find that you don't have a condition that's stand ing in your way, ask your doctor about more customized steps you can take to start feel ing better and more energized. It's ironic how things are younger people often want to look older, while older people want to look younger. Yet, they live lifestyles that pro mote premature aging. Here are some examples Sleeping Many people are unaware that the way you sleep affects the way you look. Due to differing sleeping habits, tend to have sleep lines mostly on their foreheads and women on the sides of their faces. Both avoid these telling signs by sleeping on their backs. Not Sleeping How much a person sleeps also im pacts the aging process. Rest is essential and irreplaceable. When people are busy and tired, they often come up with quick fixes for energy, such as power drinks or stimulants. But, it is important to re member that the body does the bulk of its repairing and regenerating when we rest. If denied that opportunity, the effects can become visible. z Therefore, you should get m 6 to 8 hours perday. Dehydra-N tion Water U1 plays a major role in our ap-:= pearance. When skin is not properly hydrated is can become dry, cracked and tight. It can lose its vibrance and elasticity. As is the case with sleep, the cells need water to remain healthy. So, make sure you drink plenty and avoid regular, heavy consumption of alco hol, a major dehydrator. Smoking Another of the side effects of smoking (as if there aren't enough) is that it can lead to premature aging. To begin with the chemi cals in tobacco products ad versely affect collagen and elastin, essential components of healthy skin. Also, nicotine constricts the blood vessels. 0 When blood does not effec-::rJ tively flow to the skin, the skin does not receive an ade-en quate supply of oxygen and nutrients to feed the cells. ::::! z m r tiJ c: r r m z Tampa General Hospital is proud to be recognized with the 2011/2012 Consumer Choice For 6 consecutive ye_ars, TG H has been chosen as the overall leader for quality health care and image in Tampa Bay by those who matter most: the communities we serve. We'd like to thar1k our dedicated team of healthcare professionals for making this honor possible with their tireless commitment to quality patient care. To learn more about our services, visit tgh.org. Tampa General Hospital ........ ,. -IQirtlal. c ..... ftr -...... *Survey reeulta bued on an conducted by Reaearch Corporation. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine

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For Your Info Lri' N a: w Ill :!!: w > 0 z >=' <( c a: LL Prepavment Penalties On Adjustable Rate Mortgages No matter which mort gage you choose, make sure you ask about prepayment. If you want to refinance down the road, you don t want the obstacle of a pre payment penalty to get in your way. Prepayment penalties are not the norm they are usually associated with higher risk loans with higher interest rates. Basically, if you decide to pay off the loan, they will demand an amount of money as a penalty. This can be a c a: LL Honor: Don't Denv It And Don't Detv It Dignity consists not <( in possessing honors, but in the consciousness C that we deserve them. -ffi Aristotle ;::) > a: w > w c w :::r:::: en :r Ill ;::) Q. Empowered greetings. The people that you re spect greatly or hold in high regard or esteem are the people that you honor. It is natural for us to honor peo ple we admire We honor people by naming streets after them and building monuments to show our honor. Veterans are honored because of their dedication z i= w ..J ..J ;::) Ill to serving our country. Kings are honored because of their uj position. But how often do z we honor those that are clas-t= z w en est to us? Parents don't deny honor to your children They de serve it. Tell them how you feel about them. Affirm their value to you. They need to know that they are worthy of your respect just as you are worthy of there's Children don't defy honoring your parents. They de serv e it. Keep you r parents dignity b y making right choices in life. Spouses should honor each other for Hebrew 13:4 says to let marriage be held in honor among all. Veterans Day this year was represented n/n/n. In the U S. it is the day we honor military veterans. In other parts of the world it is fixed amount or a percent age of your loan No matter which program your mortgage broker or mortgage website is suggest ing ask about prepayment penalties before you sign. This can mean thousands of dollars in savings down the line. ALL Mortgage Questions May Be Mailed To: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Loan Originator P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 celebrated as Remembrance Day or Armistice Day. For it was at the nth hour' on the nth da y of the nth month when the armistice that ended WWl was signed. Althou g h Veterans Day has passed remember every day is a good day to honor your lov e ones. Don t let it be said that in the nth month of the nth year of the 2oooth millennium that you did not denied or defied to honor those that matter most in your life Be the change you want to see. Give honor to whom honor is due because the y deserve it. This simple act of showing honor will cause you to have more productive, health y and happy family re lation s hips Connect with me and let me know who you will honor and how. Contact Selphenia b y Email : thegueenofsuccess@ yahoo.com Calif text : 813230-6561. Follow her on twitter @ queenofsuccessi & Facebook: Selphenia Nichols. <( c a: 0 ..J LL BOUTIQUE SALE Ill I 'o::t' ,... TH E YEAR! High Fashion & Designer Wear, Purses, oes, Jewelry, Scarves, Dresses, Suits, Pant Sets, Jackets, Leather, Knit & Much More! Sizes 4-28 Buy 1 @ Regular Price Then Select Another Item For $1.00 Come Early For The Best Selections ,For Information Call 813-758-3611 -, ..... .... .. .,-;Your Leg al Rights. By O'BriehBower, P.A. Case law Updates PART I OF II What follows is a sum mary of recent federal court decisions of note. We hope that these decisions will pos itively affect those defen dants currently facing trial and those defendants already sentenced. Supreme Court Issues Ruling Making Federal Habeas Review Of State Court Decisions More Difficult In its first opinion of the new 20n-2012 term a unan imous Supreme Court, in Greene, once again limited Federal court reviews of state court decisions under the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA). Here, the Court held that clearly established federal law, as used in 28 U.S.C. 2254(d)(1) is limited to the Supreme Court's decisions that have been published "as of the time of the relevant state court adjudication on the merits -and not when a conviction becomes final." Recent Sentencing And GuidelineS Decisions Of Note In Saani the D. C. Circuit vacated a sentence and re manded for resentencing on the grounds that, in denying the defendant credit for ac ceptance of responsibility, it was not clear whether the sentencing court improperly considered the defendant's refusal to discuss matters about which he had a Fifth Amendment privilege not to speak, as provided in the commentary to U.S.S.G 3E1.1. The Court's decision makes clear that the courts are widely divided on the inherent tension between the obligation to disclose under 3E1.1 and the Fifth Amend ment right to remain silent. Iri a case of first impres sion the Third Circuit held, in Lewis that the ten-year sentencing enhancement under 18 U.S.C. 3147 for committing a crime while on pretrial release has the effect of increasing the statutory maximum for an underlying offense by up to ten years, and mandates that the 314 7 enhancement must be im posed consecutively to the sentence for the underlying crime. Criminal Defense Attorneys Mark J. O'Brien and Tim Bower Rodriguez are both former Miami prosecutors, and handle exclusively federal and select state criminal defense cases. They invite your criminal law questions by submitting an online inquiry on their website at www.obrienrodriguez.co m or by contacting them at 511 West Bay Street, Suite 330, Tampa, Florida 33606 or via direct or collect call at (813) 250-3533

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National 31 10-Year-Otd Girt Who was Father Delivers Man Arrested For tniecting Bullied Found Hanged Daughter tn Cement Into Women's Buns A ten-year-old North Car olina girl took her own life in her bedroom after allegedly being bullied at school, local authorities say. Steven Shaw ruled the death a suicide but his investigation lead him to Facebook where comments had been posted by Jasmine's classmates that she had been targeted. BathtUb Florida police have arrested Her mother, Samantha West, found 10-year-old Jasmine McClain hanging with a belt around her neck in their home. Chadbourn Police Chief Chief Shaw said: 'Children started coming forward and making accusations that she was bullied --and bullied bad in school.' Man Gives Homeless Man Two Bucks, Gets Punched CHICAGO -A 32-year-old man was punched in the head after giving a homeless man $2 on his way out of a Chicago Transit Authority. Timothy Anderson was begging for money on aCTA train just after 6 p.m Sunday near the Belmont elevated sta tion in the 900 block of West Belmont Avenue, police said. The victim gave reportedl y Anderson the mone y and walked off the train. Apparently displeased Anderson followed and punched the man in the head. Th e vic tim toppled over, hitting his head on the ground. Several witnesses ran after Anderson and called the po lice Police caught Anderson in the 3100 block of North Clark Street. TIMOTHY ANDERSON The victim was taken to Advocate Illinois Masonic Med ical Center. He suffered a c ut to hi s head a nd other facial in juries He positively identified Anderson to the police. Anderson is charged with one felony count of aggravated battery and held on a $150,000 bond A preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 21. RANDY BLACKWELL And Daughter, AALIYAH CONNECTICUT -Cherie Grace's baby wasn't due until Friday, so when the Hamden, Connecticut mom started feel ing labor pains days before, she thought she had some time to wash up before heading to the hospital. Little did she know little Aaliyah Mary Blackwell had other plans."After the bath, she starte d to come out, no ques tion s as k ed," Randy Blackwell, Aaliyah's dad said. Blackwell rushed t o Grace's side and ca lled 911 at the same time he pre pared to delivery his d a ughter in the bathtub. The bab y's h ead was starting to crown and I was trying to jug gle th a t empty the bathtub, try ing to deliv e r h e r and talk to them (911) at the same time. Two minutes later she was born, Blackwell said. a man for allegedly injecting m cement into women's butts who were looking for enhance-N ment. 9'1 A cocktail of substances in-N 0 eluding cement, glue and tire = sealant were allegedly admin istered by 30-year-old Oneal Ron Morris. Sgt. William Bamford of the Miami Gardens, Fla., Po lice Department said that the procedure took place in May 2010, after the as-yet unidentified victim met with Morris to discuss the proce dure "They agreed on the price of ONEAL RON MORRIS $700 for the procedure, which was intended for cosmetic pur poses," Bamford said. What the woman got for money was a series of injec tions containing a bizarre con coction. Teen Rescued After 10 Hours tn Chimnev 01 Georgia Home NORCROSS, GA Atlanta area authorities say a teenage burglary suspect was pulled from a chimney by firefighters after b ei ng stuck there for more than 10 hours Polic e say the 17-year-old bo y was taken into custody after being freed from the chimne y A neighbor heard someone yelling for help from her neighbor 's chimney. Firefighters freed him by lowering a rope from the top of ., r-0 :D c )> en m z Police arrested Renaldo ::::! Jack after he got stuck in a Z chimney while allegedly trying m to rob a home. 1 m c: r-the chimney. rm ::::! z t"' (J An Important Message from Medicare "V c: m r-cn :::E: m Open Enrollment is Earlier This Year. October 15th to December 7th Even if you are happy with your Medicare Plan, Open Emollment is the time to compare what you have to all the choices available next year. If you're happy with your current plan, stick with it Or you might find a new one with better coverage, lower costs, or both. Be sure to check out all the benefits provided by the healthcare law. Most people with MediQ'e will get free cancer screenings, yearly wellness visits, preventive care and 50% off brand name prescription drugs when you're in the donut hole. This law also provides better fraud protection, making Medicare stronger. Visit us online to review your plan at medicare.gd Call to get help from a trained Medicare learn where you can get help locally at (TIY 1-8 77-486-2048). Check your mail for the 2012 Medicare & You handbook to review available Medicare .., ... & .. &" *I spend more than 100 nights on stage, perfimning from coast to coast. But each fall, I take a break from my busy schedule to review my Medicare. I might be able to save money, get better coverage or both." c m < m :D < -1 c: m en c > z c ., c

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LO C\1 a: w m :: w > 0 z >=' Condolences Extended Shaw-Nuf extends hearta: felt condolences to the family U. and friends of the late Mrs. c a: u. c z 1-> a: w > w c w :I: CJ) :::; m ::> a. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m Ella Mae Taylor. The late Mrs. Taylor, a/k/a Miss Ella, was remembered. as a Matriarch -a woman Before her demise she and her husband lived in Haines City wher e she was known as a woman who loved her family and her church family. And Miss Ella found joy in cook ing and feeding everybody ... those whom she knew well and those whom she didn't know well. If they were hungry, she would feed them! On October 12th, aftr a brief illness, Miss Ella quietly transcended on to the other side. She will be deeply missed by her husband of many years, Mr. Ezell Taylor, their children: Janet Taylor, Valencia and Tony Williams, Valerie and Fredrick Wooten, Fredrick Taylor and Derrick Taylor, Sr. and the community of Haines Congratulations, Students! Thirteen Polk County stu dents were recently chosen to represent their high schools during a visit to our Nation's capital. The students visited Washington, D. C. as partici pants of U.S. Representative Dennis Ross' Congressional Classroom pro gram. This program is a part nership between Congressman Ross and the Randy Roberts Foundation that nurtures future Florida leaders by providing them with civic engagement ..J opportunities, scholarships and public service initiatives. j:: While visiting D. C., the Z students visited The White House, the FBI Academy, the
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II II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder ol the lollowing certilicate has tiled said certilicate lor a tax deed to be iss ued thereon. The certilicate numb er and year ol issuance the description ol the property, and the names i n which it was assessed are as lollows : Folio No.: 141748.0000 F ile No.: 2012-1 Certificate No.: 205807-09 Year ol Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION LOTS t AND 2 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 10!71 SEC 1WP AGE: 21-28-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : TILLMAN W HARDY SANDRA L. HARDY Said property being In the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouae, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5th day of JanUiry. 2012. at 10:00 AM. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 811:1 day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Cleric Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. ruCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodallon In order to participate In thla proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Pleaae contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) extension 4205 two (2) days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Condo Pond VIew Near Hillsborough And Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $600 00/Monthly Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included (813) 39o-4169 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder o f the following certificate has filed said certilic a t e f or a tax deed to be issued thereon The certilicate number and year o l issu ance the description o f the property and the name s in whi c h it was assessed a r e as f ollows: Folio No.: 077836 1700 File No.: 2012-10 Certificat e No.: 198695 09 Yea r o f I ss uance : 2009 Description of Property : W 99 .67 FT OF E 995 .08 FT OF N 889 00 FT OF S 939 00 FT OF SW 1 / 4 OF SE l4 LYING E OF SCLRR SEC 1WP AGE : 24 31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : TEAMEFFORT INC Sai d property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law. the pr ope rty described in such certif i cate shall be sold to the highest b idde r at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the lilb day of Januarv. 2012, at 10;00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 811:1 day of November, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R ruCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you are entitled at no coat to you to the provision of certain aaalatance Pleaae contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. FOR RENT Wesley Chapel Arthur Drive Spacious 3/2 Mobile Home CHA, WDH $950. 00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder ol the f ollowing certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued ther eon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property. and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 089996 5000 File No.: 2012-11 Certifica t e No.: 201541-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property : S 206 25 FT OF N 17.19 CHS OF W 6 4 CHS OF NW l4 SEC 1WP AGE: 17 8-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: LIFE ESTATE MAUREEN HAZEL EDGEMAN KEVIN MATTHEW EDGMAN Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property descr ibed in such c ertificate shall be s old to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 5th day of January. 2012 at 10 : 00 A,M (NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 11111 day of Noyember, 2011 PAT FRANK Cleric Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R ruCKERDeputy Cleric If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding you are entitled at no coa t to you to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. II Must See Charming 2 Bedroom Condo Pool, Washer/Dryer Included Owner Pays W/S/G Section 8 Accepted Available Call (813) 960-8490 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 111305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said cer tif ica t e for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance. the descr iption of the property and the names in which i t was asse sse d are as follows : F olio No.: 158038 0000 File No.: 2012-12 Certificate No.: 176350-08 Year of Issuance: 2008 D escriptio n of Property : BONITA LOT 13 AND S l7 ALLEY ABUTTING BLOCK 23 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 02171 SEC 1WP AGE : 06-29 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In assessed: WHmNG S. TAYLOR Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State ol Florida Un less such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5th day of January. 2012, at 10 : 00 A.M, (NOTICE : P lease call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated thi s 11111 day ol November 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A R ruCKER Deputy Cleric If you are person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 t he holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be iss ued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: F olio No.: 091145 0000 File No.: 2012-3 Certificate No.: 201687-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property : W 146 FT OF E 683 FT OF S 150 FT OF SE 14 OF SW 14 LESS S 25 FT FOR AD SEC 1WP AGE: 03-29-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: CHARLES RICKY MADARIS Sai d property being in the County ol Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5111 day of Janyary 2012. at 10 : 00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 2768100 ext 4809 to verify sale location ) Da ted this 811:1 day of NCMII!!ber 2011 PAT FRANK Cleric Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person wfth a disability who needs any accommodation In order to partlclpata In this proceeding. you are entitled at no. cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) wortdng days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 111 BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad "T1 r-0 ::rJ CJ) m z :j z m r-aJ c: r rm .... z "tJ c: aJ r-c;; :::z: m c m < m .... C: m CJ) c l> z c "T1 c G) m .... ...... I aJ

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T"" T"" 0 N Lt') N a: w m :: w z a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::J 1-w > w c w :t: en :::i m ::J D.. z w ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z z w en a: 0 ...J LL m I co ,... II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 11'1305 the h o lder of the lollowing ce rt i f icate ha s filed sai d certi l ica t e for a tax deed to be issued thereon Th e certificate number and year ol Issua nce the description of the property a nd the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 089294 1100 File No.: 2012-4 Certificate No.: 201433-09 Year of Issua nce: 2009 Description of Property : NW 14 OF SE 14 OF NW 14 LESS E 133 FT AND LESS R/W AND LESS W 399 10 FT OF E 665 10 FT SEC TWP RGE: 32 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: DAVID JIMENEZ LIDIA JIMENEZ Said property being in the County ol Hillsborough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the high es t bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 5liJ. day of January, 2012, at 1 0 : 00 A M (NOTICE : Pl ease call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to ver i fy sale location). Dated this mil day of NoyembeL 2011 PAT FRANK Cler k Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk II you are a person with a d isability who needs any accommodation In order to participate I n this proceeding you are entitled, at no c ost to you to the provision of certain asslstan ce Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working day s prior to the date the service Is needed ; II you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax de ed to be issued thereon. The cerlificate number and year of i ssua nce, the description of the property, and the names In which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 166816.0000 Fil e No.: 2012-5 Certificate No.: Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: RIVERSIDE NORTH LOT 20 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0001/0134 SEC TWP RGE : 11-29 -18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( a) In which assessed : DANIEL L. CASTILLO Said property being in the C o unty of Hill sboro ugh, State ol Florida Unle ss s u ch certificate shall be redeemed accor d i ng to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5liJ. day of Janua rv 2012 at 10 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 276 81 00 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this mil day of NoyembeL 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk 01 The Clrcutt Court Hillsborough County, Aorlda TONY A R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you to th e provision of certain assistance. Plea se contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Aorlda, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed ; II you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711 TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following ce rtificat e has filed said certificate lor a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certilicate number and year of issuance, the description of the prop erty, and the names In which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 165890 .0000 File No.: 2012-7 Cert ificate No.: Year ol Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: ALICE HEIGHTS REVISED MAP LOT BEG 140 FT N OF SE COR OF LOT 1 AND RUN N 145FT W 145 FT S 145 FT AND E 145 FTTO BEG PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 26/19 SEC TWP RGE: 01-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(a) In which assessed : KENNETH GOYENS CHARLAYNE GOYENS Sa i d property being i n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unl ess such cert ifi cate shall be redeemed accord in g to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold lo the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5liJ. day ol January. 2012 at 10 ; 00 A M (NOT I CE : Please call ( 813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated thi s mil day o f November 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk 01 The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Flo rida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you to the provision of certai n assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; II you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of iss uance, the description of the property, and the names In whic h it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 090752.0000 File No : 2012-8 Certificate No : Year ollasuanee: 2009 Description of Property: LOT BEG 255 7 FT NELY FROM INTERS OF W LINE OF SE 14 OF NW 14 AND N LINE OF HWY 92 AND RUN N 11 DEG 04 MIN W 400 FT N 78 DEG 56 MIN E 200 FT S 11 DEG 04 MIN E 400 FT AND S 78 DEG 56 MIN W 200 FT TO BEG SEC TWP RGE: 27-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name( a) In which assessed: PAUL K ENTERPRISES INC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough Sta t e of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certificate shall be so l d to the h i ghest b idder at the Jury Audttorlum, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5lb. day of Januarv 2012 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTICE : P lease call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this mil day of November, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The C ircuit Court Hillsborough County, Aorida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Aorlda, (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 111305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names i n which h was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 087088.0100 File No.: 2012-9 Certificate No : 200823'09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: COM AT NW COR E V.. OF NW 14 OF NW 14 RUN N 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC 2 165 FTTO POB S 00 DEG 05 MIN 06 SEC W 331FT N 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC E 145FT N 00 DEG OS MIN 06 SEC E 331 FT S 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC W 145 FT TO POB LESS N 30 FT FORT/W SEC TWP RGE: 03-30-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: JORGE FERNANDEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Aorida Unless such cert ificate shall be redeemed accord i ng to law, the property described in such certificate shall be so l d to the highest bidder at the Jury Audttorlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5th day of January. 2012, a t 10 : 00 A .M. (NOTICE : P lease call ( 8 13) 276 8100 exL 4809 to verify sale location ) Dated this lith day of November 2!!11 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Clrcutt Court Hlflsborough County, Aorida TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person wflh a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding you are entttled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. P lease contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, n 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Aorida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. ---=o;;---=o;;=--i;FO=R R=EN=T ---=oo---=oo==-!111 a=-11 =FO=R R=EN=T =-!Ill a=-11 II HOMES FOR RENT II USF Area 13050 North 20th Street Spacious 2 Story 2 Bedroom Townhome Free Water Free Washer/Dryer With Lease 1 Month Free Rent Great Location Section 8 Ok Only $685 00 Call 813-22D-3633 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS Homes 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths WDH Fenced Townhouse 2 Bedroom/1 .! 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:D 0 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t 40TKIDZLLC #17485 the holder o f the f ollowin g certif icate h a s file d said certificat e for a tax dee d t o b e i ssue d t h e r eon The certificat e numb e r and yea r o f issua nce, the d escr ip t ion of the pr o perty, and the n a mes in whic h it was assessed a r e as f ollo w s : F olio No.: 024202 9742 File No. : 2011-942 Certificate No.: 186292-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: THE GRAND RESERVE C ON D OMIN I U M S A T TAMPA UNIT 3911 AND AN UNDIV INT IN COMM O N S E C TWP R G E : 2 1 -281 8 Folio No : 024202 9742 File No .: 2011-942 Certificate No .: 186292-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property : THE G RAND RESERVE CONDOMIN I UMS AT TAMPA UNIT 3911 AND AN UNDIV INT IN COMMON E LEMENT S SEC TWP RGE : 21-2 8 1 8 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JULIAO EFRAIN GUILLERMO CLAUDIA P TAMAYO S aid property being in the C o unty o f H i llsborough State of Florida Unl ess such certifi c ate shall be rede e m e d acc ord ing to law the property descr i bed in s uch certif icate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 151b day of Pecember Z011, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE : Plea s e call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext 4809 t o verify sale locat ion). Dated thi s 1W! day of November, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you are entHied at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II Home For Rent 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Call (863) 214-1191 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA (Circuit Civil Division) CASE NO. 29-2011-CA-001718 (A) HARVEY OLCHIN, (Plaintiff) -vs-BRIDGET A CATLEDGE (Defendants) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN p u rsuant to a Order granting to reset Foreclosure Sale dated November 9 2011 entered in Case No 29-2011-CA-001718 (A ) o f the Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County Florida wherein HARVEY OLCHIN is the Plaintiff and BRIDGET A. CATLEDGE is the Defendant. I will s ell to the high est and b e st bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor of the G e or ge E Edgeco mb Bui ldin g Room 201/ 2 0 2 l oca ted a t 8 0 0 E ast T wiggs Street in T ampa F lor i da at 1 0:00 a m o n the 12th day of December. 2011 the following described p rop erty as set fort h i n said Final J udgmen t t o wit: Lot 32 Block 3 DEL RIO ESTATES UNIT 2 ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 33 PAGE 89 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF LEE COUNTY FLORIDA PROPERTY ADDRESS: 4410 East Sligh Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within sixty {60) days after the sale INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATimJ TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED AT NO COST TO THE PROVISIONS OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEAS9*E CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR AT (813) 276-8100, EXT 4205 WITHIN TWO (2) WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL 1-800-855-8771. Dated: This 17th day of November mil-HOMES FOR RENT Move In Specials! No Deposits! FREE Rent TMLEASES.Com 813-221-4457 PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF THE COURT GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK II Section 8 Ok 5 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home Custom Tile Ceiling Fans Fenced Laundry Room WDH CHA Stainless Steel Appliances (813) 758-2289 East Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block CHA, WDH Fenced Yard $795.00/Monthly $500. 00/Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 244-8698 INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119 Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be seceived by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30 PM ON 12/5/11 REPAIR SERVICES FOR LAWN, FIELD & LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT 3:00 PM ON 1216/11 VACUUM & JET VACUUM TRUCK SERVICES 2:30PM ON 1217/11 FINAL TANK CHAINS 3:00PM ON 1217/11 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE AT PARKING LOTS AND GARAGES 2 :30 PM ON 1219/11 ON-CALL ROOFING REPAIR INSTALLATION & INSPECTION SERVICES PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 10:00 AM ON 11/30/11 @ CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E JACKSON ST., 2ND FL. TAMPA then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813 / 274-8351 ) It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any B i d in response to this advert ised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effectiv e period as this B i d to all public e ntities i n Hillsborough C ounty. Dated : 11/25111 Gregory K Spearman CPPO FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa FL 306 E Jackson Street Tampa FL 33602 II HOMES FOR RENT Bad Credit OK 5112 East 17th -312/1 1719 East Cayuga -312 1428 East Emma -312 Sec 8 Approved II www titanpropertymanagement posUets com (813) 344...S778 Move In Special 1 Month FREEIII 2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Houses Throughout Hillsborough County As Low As $600.00/Monthly (813) 44()..6440 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Request for Proposals for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, C ity of Tampa, in his office until 2:30PM ON 1/18/12 DOWNTOWN TAMPA WIRELESS CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV) SYSTEM PRE-PROPOSAL CON F. TO BE HELD @9:30AM ON 12/16/11 @ THE TAMPA CONVENTION CENTER, 333 S. FRANKLIN ST., ADMIN. OFFICES, 4TH FL., RM 39, TAMPA, FL ALL PROPOSERS MUST BE PRE-QUALIFIED BY 11/30/11 SEE RFP PACKAGE FOR DETAILS then and ther eafter t o be publicly opened a n d read. Request for Pro posa l are available a t the Purchasing Department (Phone No 813 / 2 7 4-835 1) Dated: 11/25/11 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II HOMES FOR RENT II Grant Park Section 8 Only Large 5 Bedroom/2 Bath Fenced Yard, Burglar Bars $1 400 00 / Monthly Call Louis (813) 379-1000 Sulphur Springs Area Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Home Central H / A Fenced $900 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 For Rent 2908 North 17th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Home Central Air/Heat WDH $775.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 386-8044 Seminole Heights Area 6504 Julie Street Brand New 3/2 1200 Sq Ft Only $900 00 Excluding Utilities Available 12/1 Call Erick 813.376.8187 m :: Ill m :D 1\) 01 1\) 0 ..... ..... r-0 :D en m z :::! z m r llJ c: r r m :::! z "'tJ c: llJ r en ::I: m 0 m < m -4 c: m en 0 )> z 0 :D 0

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,... ,... 0 N Lt) HOMESFORRENT ij :E w e; z c a: LL c a: u. c z < c (/) w :::> .... > a: w > w c w :I: (/) :::::i Ill :::> c. z w ..J ..J :::> Ill ..J w z z w (/) ( a: 0 ..J u. Ill 0 N w CJ IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO.: 29-2010-CA-002842 DIV G BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, Plaintiff, vs. DIEP THI HUYNH; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DIEP THI HUYNH; UNKNOWN TENANTS Et. AI. Defendant( s ). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 3, 2011 and entered in 29-201 0-CA-002842 DIV G of the Circu i t Court of the THIRTEENTH Judicial Circuit in a nd for Hill sbo rou gh County Florida wherein BANK OF AMERICA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION is the Plaintiff and DIEP THI HUYNH ; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF DIEP THI HUYNH ; UNKNOWN TENANTS; are the Defendant(s) Pat Frank as the Cler k of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at 800 East Twiggs Street Room 201/ 202 in George Edgecomb Building 2nd Floor Tampa FL 33602 at 2:00 p.m. on December 07. 2011 the following described prope rty as set forth in said Final Judgment to wit: LOT 31, BLOCK 1 APOLLO BEACH UNIT ONE PART TWO, AS PER PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 34 PAGE 41, OFTHE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA 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 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276 8100 EXT. 4205 WITHIN 2 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED CALL 1-800-955-8771. Dated this 9th day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ Alexis De La Rosa DEPUTY CLERK GET NOTICED ... Place Your. Ad In The Business Directory Contact LaVora@ (813) 248 Fax To: (813) 248 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities CHIEF INSPECTOR (MECHANICAL ) (LIMI TED DURATION) COURT CLERK I DEBT & FINANCIAL ANALYSIS MANAGER (UNCLASS IFIED ) ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST I ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST I ( LABORATORY ) ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST II ( LABORATORY ) ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST II ( LABORATORY ) INSPECTOR II LAW ENFORCEMENT DEPUTY $49,795 $24,752 $71 884 $33,696 $33 696 $40,768 $35, 838 $40 768 $44 ,881 MANAGER CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATION ( UNCLASSIFIED ) $84,206 D .O.Q. 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B The football game against Morgan State University was the highlight of the week of Homecoming activities. Fans and alumni from across the country converg e d on Daytona Beach for the festivities surrounding the game. The B-CU Wildcats em e rged victorious, d e feating the Morgan State Bears 49-23. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Cindy Jackson, Rhonesia Dennard and Charlotte Hooks attended Homecoming activities. Sisters-in-law in town for Homecoming, Linda and Pat Miles. B-CU's Miss Freshman, Adria Johnson is a Tampa native. Her escort was Mister Freshman, Marquis Thompkins. B-CU alumni Birdie Underwood, left and Betoria Watson, right, with Janese Bell. Alumni Mamie Ashby with her grap.ddaughter, Michelle Ashby. LOOKING FORA NEW PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN ? Adult Primary Care Physicians are Now Accepting New Patients Call or Visit One of Our Offi c e s To day! Please call the clinic nearest you to find out the services offered at that location, and for more information. Vlsit o rr website be lo" v to sec all other JSA Medical Group oc-tti n in tit 'UllP' l a f

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Event Tam pans pro.ud' grandmother Margaret Butler with her granddaughter, Alexis Wheatley, Future Miss B -CU and her friend, Kenya Johnson Cont. Bethune alum Johnnie Douglas. B-CU alumni, Quincy, keyboard player retired from K. C. and the Sunshine Band. Another B -CU aliunnae in Daytona for the game, Darlene Johnson. Rev. Dr. Sheila Smalley, alum, member of the Board of Trustees attended the festivities. "While my husband Perry and I had the pleasure of being the first teachers of our sons, Talib and Jamal, their achievements are wholly possibl e because of the excellent teachers who helped us nurture the passion within them." -Dr. Brenda Greene Prof of English & Exec. Dir., Center for Black literature at Medgar Evers College Every child deserves a Great Teacher A child with an ineffective teacher learn s only half as much in one year. Students with an i neffective teache r three years in a row will like ly never catch up. G iven the stubborn "achievement gap," we just can't afford that status quo anymore. Our children cannot wait. Join our movement to put an effective teacher in every child's classroom. To join the movement visit www.StudentsFirst.org/joln-now or call 916-287-9220. studentsfirst.org A movement to transform public education

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