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Celebrating 67-Years In The Tampa Bay Area ses' an our aw s e ense.
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feature N a: w m :::!!: w 0 w c >< c a: LL c a: LL c z < c U) w :::: 1-fi: w > w c w :::z::: U) :::i m :::: D. z i= w ...J ...J :::: m ...J w z i= z w U) < c a: 0 ...J LL Sister Of Accident Victim Wants Street Renamed In Her Honor BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Nicole Walker sa id she is still in s hock over the death of her sister, Ms. Monica Alvarez. Ms. Alvarez died on Novemb er 16111 after she was hit by a car near the intersection of N. 43rd Street and E Hillsborough Avenue. On Thursday, she com pleted the first step in her agenda to have the street where her sister died, re named in her honor. Ms. Walker appeared before City Council to make her re quest officially known. Appearing before City Council on Thursday, Ms. Walker said, ''I'm looking for lights sidewalks, speed bumps and I want the street named after my sister. If that can' t be done, then I want a monument in h e r honor, she said Chairman Charlie Miranda extended his condo lences to Ms. Walker and assured her that her repre sentative, Councilman Frank Reddick, was al ready working toward ac complishing those things. Ms. Walker said her sister was about 6 years old when their mother, the late Lanitra Sanchez-Moore, Es Attorney at 1228 E. 7th Avenue nd Tampa, FL &Jt8 LSanchezMoore@gmail.com Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#1 Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks, NR Owner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 ..,==": e-...=-' Box 290917-Tampa, 33687 3-376-3946 Cell pply @y ahoo.com lightmasfratsupply.com -7:30pm Sat. by appt. TAMPA ORGANIZATION OF BLACK AFFAIRS (TOBA) REV. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. UNSUNG HERO AWARD The MLK Unsung Hero Award Is presented to individuals who have significantly contributed to Improving the quality of life in our community by giving of themselves In time, dedication, intruence, service and commitment. Nomination must Include: Nominee's Name and mailing address Reeson for Nomination (100 words or less) Name and address of person making nomination Send your nominations to: UNSUNG HERO AWARD C/OTOBA PO Box 3486 Tampa, FL 33801 All nominations muat be received by Friday, December 30, 2011 MS. MONICA ALVAREZ ... Died on November 16th in a traffic accident Mrs. Alice Alvarez died. She grew up with Ms. Walker's children. "I was like a mother figure to her. We were very close. It s very hard for me to go over to her apartment and see the teddy bears and dolls. People even took bears and dolls to the hospital. I want to thank everyone for the prayers, love and support. It has been amazing," Ms. Walker said. At the time of her death, Ms. Alvarez did not have any insurance. However, Ms. Walker said the community gave from their hearts. I want to have the street named after my sister and I'm not going to stop until I do. That is when I will feel complete and can go on with my life she said. MS. NICOLE WALKER ... Wants street w\J.ere sister died renamed in her honor Ms. Walker, a recover ing addict, gives all credit for her being able to endure the tragedy to God It's not me, it's God. He is real. I didn't have a dime to bury my sis ter, but I thank God for the people who came through for us. God has poured so many blessings on me and I won't move until He tells me to move. "I don't hold any hard feelings toward the young man. I called him over to my house the day of my sister's funeral and talked to him. He kept holding his head down and I told him to hold his head up. I want him to be somebody, come back, and tell his story. People have to understand, the same thing can happen to you that hap pened to him." A hair stylist by trade, Ms. Walker said she had a hard time dealing with her sister's death. "I went into the Closet and told God to have his way. He is the only one who can comfort me." Ms. Alvarez, a 27-year old Tampa native, who was six months pregnant, was pushing her 1-year-old daughter, -Imani, in a stroller at the time of the ac cident. Ms. Shanita Little, 23, was walking With Ms. Alvarez and pushing her own 1-year-old daughter, Marquisha Wilson, in a second stroller. Ms. Alvarez and her unborn son, Angel, died. Ms. Little and her daughter were injured, but survived. lmani was airlifted to Tampa Gen eral Hospital, where she was admitted in critical condi tion. Ms. Walker said the little girl is still hospitalized, but she is showing improve ments. The driver, Daryl Oliver, 28, of Tampa, told police he didn't see them walking down the partially unlit street. The accident happened within a block of the intersec tion of East Hillsborough Av enue and N. 43n1 Street. The area is poorly lit and there are no sidewalks. News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care . Personalized ServiCe Support and Help from the beginning to the end Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there Is a dispute on how the accident occurect 'Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Wages Wrongful Death And More ... _________________ .._. Call Michelle B. Patty 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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., Features Another Roundabout In E. Tampa Or Not ... Meeting Mondav Will Decide }< c m BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On September 20th, a special meeting was called by the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership for citizens to give their input on a proposed roundabout for the junction of 22nd Street and 21st Street. Also discussed at that meeting was the pur chased of a house at that junc tion. On December 5th at 6 p. m., another meeting will be held on the roundabout at the Ragan Park Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue. The second meeting came as a result of City Councilman Frank Reddick requesting that the meeting be called to clarify confusion on who voted for and against the project. Councilman Reddick receiv e d several phone calls from business owners and residents who said they weren't informed about the September meeting, and the vote taken during that meeting didn't reflect the concerns of everyone in the area. East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, said at the September meeting that the 22nd Street enhancement Project began in 2003 when the area was designated as a Front Porch Community. ETCRP Chair, Essie Sims, had stated earlier that he raised concerns six months ago that the allocation of Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dol lars were being used in a con centrated area instead of assessing all of East Tampa. "At the meeting Monday, the process will be for Ed -Johnson to make his presen tation, then the issue will be open for debate. After the votes are taken, that's the ac tion that will be taken. "The Democratic process was supposed to be done, but confusion caused us to have another meeting, and after this meeting, that will be the final say on this project." ETCRP Board member, Attorney Geraldine Williams-Shaw, said she wants to assess the facts and look at what the community is asking them to do. "There are two issues, one regarding the purchase of a house at the site, and the other the roundabout itself. Many in the community who are more vocal don t want it. I don't know if it's efficient finan cially. "The ball is in the commu nity's court now, and as a board, we are bound to act in their best interest." Former ETCRP chair, Sam Kinsey (who was chair when the plan was formulated), at tended hat meeting. Mr. Kinsey said he will be at the meeting Monday. "Again I will vote in favor of the roundabout. I think it's a good idea, because it adds at0 traction to the area, and 22nd Street is the major corridor III through East Tampa. East Tampa Business and _N Civic Association CEO, Diane N Hart, was also at the meeting in September and said she will """" be at the meeting Monday to once again support the project. ''I'm in favor of it, because we decided years ago we'd do something to improve that area. The roundabout would create better access to the community for residents, and I think it would be great for traffic control. Those opposing the project werE; current board members. The minutes did not reflect who by name. Mavor wants Relined Vehicle Impound Ordinance Passed BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, members of Tampa City Council heard the first reading of the refined Prostitution Ordinance. Coun cil members voted in favor of the ordinance The Vehicle Impounding Ordinance allows police to im pound any vehicle used by in dividuals soliciting for prostitution. The ordinance would require anyone whose car was impounded for solici tation for prostitution would be required to pay a $500 fee, plus daily storage fees, before it will be released from im poimd. The first ordinance was passed and instituted during the 1990s. Last year, the court ruled that similar laws throughout the state were ille gal when the law was chal lenged. After listening to several people representing neighbor hood watches throughout the city, Council members dis cussed the issue. Several Council members asked questions about notify ing spouses, returning vehicles to co-owners, and the use of the vehicle by those other than the titleholder MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN ... Wants refined Vehicle Impound Ordinance passed City Attorney Kirby Rainsberger said if a vehicle is impounded over the week end, and it is determined that the co-owner is an "innocent victim," then the vehicle will be returned to the co-owner by 12 noon on Monday. He also stated that all legal owners of the vehicles im pounded would be notified by certified mail. However, he said only those whose names appear on the title would be notified or could retrieve the vehicle as stated by law Councilwoman Yvonne "Yoli" Capin questioned the use of the money generated from impounds and was told that it would be placed in the Police Department's General Fund. Both Councilman Frank Reddick and Council-World AIDS Dav Event In observance of World AIDS Day, New Salem Ministries, Save A Life Program and New Salem Baptist Church, in collaboration with Faith, Inc., Hillsborough County Health Dept., Area IV Mi nority HIV I AIDS and SAMSHA will host a commemorative event on Saturday, December 3, 2011, 8 a.m. -1p. m. The march is to support HIV I AIDS testing, prevention and education awareness. Participants should gather at REV. HENRY LYONS . Pastor New Salem M. B. Church, 405 N. Oregon Ave. The march starts promptly at 8:45a.m. The second reading of the or dinance will take place on De cember 15th one of most successful tools in combating prostitution and the recidivism rate was virtu-woman Capin questioned whether a portion of it could be used for sidewalks, public safety and code enforcement issues. Mayor Comments ally nil "If an individual is arrested 0 for soliciting for prostitution, his vehicle will be impounded and he will have to pay $500 en to get it out. There are no get m out of jail free cards and hope-fully, there won't be a second z time, Mayor Buckhorn m Councilwoman Mary Mulhern voted against the ordinance. "I can t support it for several reasons one of which the current ordinance is still in litigation. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said the ordinance was a viable tool in fighting prostitution and feels that it will continue to work. Council members passed the ordinance by a 6-1 vote. "We are reintroducing the original ordinance with the corrected deficiencies. It was r-said. III SAVE OUR SONs TURN IN YOUR GUNS THE TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS LAUNCHING THIS GUN BUY BACK PROGRAM TO STOP VIOLENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1OTH 8 A.M. -5 P.M. 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Letter To The editor ca N' a: w m w 0 w 0 Reasons ForNo Roundabout On 22nd Street Sherin's ODice Take Steps To Prevent ldentitv Theft One reason for not cone structing the roundabout ct has to do with today's LL economic conditions. If today, East Tampa TIF Dollars are only $30,700, for FY 2012. The $1.7 million dollars the City of Tampa is planning to spend to construct this roundabout can be used better by investing in infrastructure projects north of MLK Blvd. This part of East Tampa has been neglected for more than 57 YEARS!! The infrastructure NEEDS for this area are such projects as cleaning out the retention pond on 22nd Street, and widening neighborhood roads along with installing sidewalks on both sides of the street, and installing curbs. Don' t YOU think YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD deserves to hav e this ? Notice the emphasis is on Investing in our community, compared to spending and wasting. there was ever a time when we, the taxpayers and residents of East Tampa need to watch how OUR TAX DOLLARS are being INVESTED in our community, NOW IS THE TIME. When the idea first came up for building the 22nd Street roundabout several years ago, tax dollars were available, that's not the case today. At that time, the East Tampa Community Redevelopment Agency (ETCRA) received several MILLION of your tax dollars per year, called Tax Incentive Funds, better known as, TIF dollars. Were you aware that 0 from 2004 to 2010, the ct ETCRA has received LL OVER $22 MILLION OF YOUR TAX DOLLARS? < OVER $14 MILLION HAS >-BEEN SPENT. When you look around, do you see en $14 MILLION DOLLARS worth of IMPROVEMENTS TO THE NEIGHBORHOODS OF EAST W TAMPA! Now is the time to bring this area of East Tampa into the 21st century. There Is A Roundabout Alternative Before someone came up with the idea of building a roundabout, there was an original proposed > Another reason is, w 0 w l: en :::; m :;) A. z ffi ... ... :::: m ... w z i= z w en ct 0 ... LL HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE cancelled Or Non-Renewed??? WE CAN HELP!!! 813-989-7844 Ken Anthony -Connie Hill -Agents "PROmSIOHhl WABll AND RfAOV 10 tHlP. MANY PIOPlf KNOW HOW 10 fiNO Atj ATIORNIY Bill OON'l KNOW HOW TO fiND IH[ RIGHI A110RNIY fOR IH(IR NHOS YOU CAN 1RUS1 OUR HAM" *ALL PRO FEFERRAL ""WHERE THE PROS AREn FREE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO UP TO $10,000 FOR LOST WAGES AND MEDICAL CARE! PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Phannacy Free Delivery Attorneys Provided AND MORE. FREE Auto Injury Help Linel SPECIALIZING IN: Auto Accident., Bua. Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fell, Pedeatrfen Accldente, Ldet Wegea, Wrongful Deeth end More ... GET THE HELP YOU NEED WHEN YOU NEED IT MOSn FROM OUR TEAM OF PROS all pro referral. com project for this 22nd Street area. If this original plan would be adopted and implemented, it, could SAVE THE TAXPAYERS THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS. Ask the East Tampa Manager, Mr. Ed Johnson to show you the drawing which was designed about 2005, and then decide ... before you We need to Stand Up, STAND TOGETHER UNITED, and Speak Out at the ETCRA Partnership meeting on Dec. sth, at 6:oo p. m. and let our VOICES be heard. The residents and citizens of East Tampa want the ETCRA AND THE MANAGER to stop wasting our tax dollars. We need to make BETTER CHOICES for ALL those affected in our community. THE TIME HAS COME FOR CONCERNED CITIZENS OF EAST TAMPA TO GET INVOLVED with the future development of East Tampa, and YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD. What a legacy to leave to your family. Please attend the regular monthly ETCRA meetings every 2nd Tuesday of each month. The next monthly meeting is a special call meeting. MONDAY. Dec. sth at 6 p. m. at Ragan Park Community Center, 1200 E. Lake Ave. It is important for you to attend this meeting to let the ETCRA know your views concerning the roundabout. To be more involved and to get meeting dates, times, places and the agenda, you can call the ETCRA at (813) 242-3807. Also, you can go on the internet at www.tampagoy.net/CRA and print out or view this information. NOW, YOU HAVE A 2ND CHANCE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT. Start by attending the ETCRA meeting, Dec. sth. Also, the City Council Meeting i s at 9 a. m. on December 8th. Concerned citizen and resident of East Tampa. CURTIS BROWN BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For s e veral months, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office has made arrests photographs available on their web page. Unlike arrests made by federal agencies, photographs of individuals arrested are a matter of public record On Tuesday November 29th, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office began placing a watermark on the photographs on their web page. Hillsborough County SheriffDavid Gee said that with computers, people can create all sorts of documents using someone else s picture "Just becaus e a person has been arrested do esn' t mean th a t others can pre y on them. The y don t deserve to be vic timized," Sheriff Gee said. Ms. Debbie Carter, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office said, The pictures on our web page are good quality photographs. During their investigations, some d .etecti v es learned that people were DAVID GEE Hillsborough County Sheriff using the photographs to make false identities. We don't want the pictures being used for any purpose they were intended," Ms. Carter said. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office is the first in this area to take such a proactiv e measure to protect the identity of those taken into custod y Sheriff Gee said the department came up with the idea of using a watermark_ because the nse of computers has made it is so eas-y to do wnload photographs and other pertinent information and use it for illegal purposes. School Plans Second Annual CommunitY Cleanup BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, December 3rd, members of the community will gather for the Second Annual Community Cleanup The event will take place at Middleton High School, 4801 N 22nd Street, from 9 a m. to 12 noon This marks the second year that the students and faculty of Middleton High School will gather to clean up the area surrounding the school. Ms. Vicky Vance said the cleanup is one of several e v ents will t a k e pl a ce at the sc hool on S aturday. T h ose p a r t icip ating in t h e c leanup will meet at the school and form g roups o f s tud e n ts an d a dults. The y will pi ck up tras h and debris on th e campus and th e surrounding areas. The cleanup w ill exte nd s eve ral blocks from the school she said After the cleanup, the group will reassemble at the school for refreshments and entertainment In addition to the cleanup, the school will host a Voter s Registration Drive as well. "Anyone in the community who is .not registered to vote can come to the school on Saturday We are registering students who have turned 18 y ears old and Pre-Registering students who are at least 16. We would love to have any one who wants to participate to come out and join us," Ms. Vance said. The school is also hosting th e Robotics Tournament for the State of Florida at the s chool on Saturday An yone inte r este d in obtaining additiona l information can call (813) 233-3360 during school hours. FR.EE SHOTS POR YOUR PET! One Day Only -December 9 a.m. -1 p.m. S ponsore d b y AI Barnes Park 2902 N. 32nd Street Tantpa FL 33605 ...... THHlJI\IV\Nf.SOCIETY COMM N TAMPA BAY uT" .. '""" ' ..,.. _ ___ ....,. 81. 3 -367-2078

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"T1 umns (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 Newspape r Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers Inc., New York. 1990 94 CP Tim e lnternational POSTMASTER : Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-1977 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT ALLISON WELLSCLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on pages of this newspape r by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher 1 Visit World AIDS Dav Fairs 1 We are by no means the only ones who contract it. But recent data reveals we Black Americans are affected by HIV more than any other ethnic group and that our communities account for more than 44 percent of all new HIV infections nationwide. So, it would seem Black Americans as all Americans, should plan to participate in local World AIDS Day prevention activities this weekend. The epidemic is far from over. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concede Black people account for a higher proportion of HIV infections at all stages of disease -from new infections to death. Black men have accounted for approximately 70 percent of estimated new HIV infections among Black people. Young Black men between the ages of 13 to 29 have accounted for the majority of new infections. Meanwhile Black women represent at least 30 percent of all new HIV infections among Black P.eople. But most chilling is the fact that the CDC predicts one out of 16 Black men and one out of 32 Black women will be diagnosed with HIV during their lifetimes. How can we not be concerned? This Friday, from 7 A. M. to 4 P.M. at the Hillsborough County Health Department (1105 East Kennedy Blvd), and this coming Sunday, 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. at the First United Church of Tampa (7308 E. Fowler Ave.) visitors can get free HIV testing and prevention information. Don't be an ostrich. Think about more than just yourself. This weekend, go see about your life. It's better to be safe than to be eternally sorry. The Final Chapter 01 Herman Cainil In the thousands of years we have inhabited this earth, human beings have not changed. Perhaps, what Christian clergy say is true: Man loves darkness. Maybe, that legacy is the reason why here, lately, we can't get enough of the shooting star, which was once a rising star named Herman Cain. The Greeks would call it "hubris" (pronounced "hyoo-bree"). It is defined as exaggerated pride, arrogance; in essence an against the gods, which often ends in damning self-destruction. The Greek hero, Achilles had it. The Jewish king, David had it. And so it would seem, Herman Cain has it, also. Just recently, another woman has claimed complicity with Herman Cain's sex-life. For thirteen years, says she, they both shared intimacy, which included personal textmessages and secret hide-aways all across America. As usual, Cain claims the woman has lied. But this time, her cellular telephone records prove she has spoken the truth. Thus, it would seem the clouds of the gods are slowly, inexorably gathering around this proud man while, in the background, his wife and immediate family find it ever more difficult to walk with pride in the light of d ay. In our minds, we continue to hear the late Donny Hathaway's song, "To be young, gifted, and Black." And we cannot help, but be proud of what Herman Cain has accomplished. But perhaps, the price he, his wife, and his family are paying is simply too much to bear. His debt to hubris has arrived. Perhaps, Herman Cain should bow out quietly. Time For The '100' To March That March The Florida A&M Univer sity Marching Band, known as the "Marching 100," is renowned internationally. The band 's style of march ing more than 300 steps a minute has become a role model for marching bands all over the nation The band has played at every major function in the United States. Called the 'Marching 100,' the band has over 500 mem bers. The widely acclaimed band from Florida A&M Uni versity has received all kinds of honors. In spite of all of its notoriety, the band had one dark secret. For years, rumors have cir culated that the '100' en gaged in violent and vicious hazing. The hazing has been so bad that players in the band have been seriously in jured. Some of these inci dents were made public while others were quietly kept. The FAMU band's haz ing came full circle recently when a drum major died from suspected hazing. The band director of the 'Marching 100' was fired by the university's president. But, that does not make it al right. The time has come for the 'Marching 100' to march that march by washing its dirty laundry, come clean and rid itself of this. Too many people have worked too long and hard to build the 'Marching 100' to The Historv 01 Hazing Ask most any Que to roll up his sleeves and show his brand on either arm. Ask an y Kappa to tell you about the dark da ys of Hell-Week. Inquire from many an Alpha why conversations about pledging come to a quiet halt when certain questions are broached about what goes on when the lights go off and the doors are locked. Sigmas won't tell y ou. Neither will the proud illus trious AKAs, Deltas or Zetas divulge any secrets about their arcane rituals for "c rossing the burning sands. As a matter of fact few secret societies (Fr ee Ma sons, Eastern Stars, Shriners, Elks etc.) will talk to outsiders about what most insist does not occur but about what many will refuse to put their hands on a Bible and swear to that fact. I'm referring to the long-rumored legacy of haz ing. (Shhh! Lock the door! Turn off the lights, and listen to what I'm about to tell you only if you promise on your life not to repeat it!) Hazing is more than just a nightmare. Get invited to the homes of certain men and women who during years past have pledged, which is another way of say ing that they endured the rigors of secret society initi ation If they like you enough, y ou may be invited into their dens, where proudly displayed are relics from by gone y ears. Perhaps among such relics these former ini tiates will point your attention to are flat and painted wooden boards (paddles) some with holes, and others with ancient tape peeling off the sides. No doubt y ou will ask what purpose such instruments served. But all y ou will get from your host is a knowing smile. Of course hazing, these days, is illegal, unethical unprincipled immoral, unconscionable shady, sinful, and a passel of other words not made to be mentioned in polite public. Heads of organizations will tell you straight-faced and stony-eyed that the tradition of hazing, if indeed, there ever WAS a tradition of hazing, is most certainly, a dinosaur concept no longer practiced nor condoned by civilized society Then comes FAMU. have it torn down by the :< overzealous deeds of a mis-c guided few. The hazing and the bull must be labeled unm acceptable and a zero toler-ance for such actions must g:J prevail. J'l The hazing started long before Dr. Julian White ...... took over the band. The responsibility of stopping it, starts at the top with the uni versity's president and goes downward to the band direc tor, his assistants and to the band members themselves. It is time for the and the university to march to its secret hiding place of das tardly deeds and bare their souls, ask for forgiveness, take some corrective actions and move on. In doing so, the university should let the hammer fall where it needs to. It is my sincere desire to see "The Marching 100" con tinue its superb performance on the field. Likewise, I want members of the 'Marching 100' to perform superbly off ...... the field. "T1 'Marching 100', clean up 5 your off the field act. :2 Heads are rolling on FAMU's campus. The fa mous Marching 100, whose magic steps and compelling cadences mesmerized the ro y alty of Europe and heads of state around the world, has been brought to its knees because one of its own has died, so it is rumored, by the H word. No one knows for sure. But for whatever is known, FAMU's bandleader has been let go. FAMU's music department is quiet as a tomb, fearing that it too will lose a department head. In deed the university president has no doubt, privately conceded sleepless nights as his own job is none too se-fJ) m z m r-Ill c r r-gJ z "'D c Ill r-Ci) :::J: m c m m fJ) )> z c cure. "T1 And then there is the statement made by the for-mer band director who says he fought hazing. Does that mean that the leader ship and legac y was out his hands? Was he incompetent, or merely a slave timeless tradition? The Marching 100 will not be seen anywhere for a while The band is on suspension. But will its punishment prove educative to thousands of other so-called secret societies who continue to beat and brutalize. Who next will die before the truth is revealed and common sense is restored? Or maybe, hitting people on the tops of their heads is what initiation is all about. Let somebody meaningfully say, "When I was a child, I thought as a child. But when m I became a man, I put away t childish things."

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A Lener To Mr. White DearKev, Man, I just read about you blowing trial a couple of weeks ago. Tough luck, huh? But, I was wondering, if you don't mind me asking, what made you try those people in the first place? From my understanding, not only did they have audio and video evidence but they also had an undercover agent who dealt directly with you preparing to take the stand. How in the world did you plan on beating all of that in a federal courtroom? I read where your lawyer tried to use the "my no good daddy tricked me" defense. But, Kev, this was a bribery C case involving an elected offifE cia! and you're the one who C took the money. Did you realZ ly think that dragging your C::C deceased father's name through the mud would have C made any difference? f3 Honestly Kev, who would::::) n't you throw under the bus to save your own ass? If I were a: you, I wouldn' t expect any support from that side of the W family. But, I imagine that fiJ cord was already severed ::z::: when you decided to take the 0 low road. ::i m The paper says you're also :::::l facing 90 years. To me, that's Q. insane, especially considering Z the fact that you didn't leave a trail of dead bodies in your ::j wake. :::::l Even with your shady histoID ry as a politician and some uj say as an individual, I don' t Z you deserve that much i= time. For the kind of money z w you were making off the take, 0 you would have been better off selling crack or at least ii: hooking up with a drop girl. 0 ...J u.. But, I doubt that they'll load you up with that kind of number. Unless they really just don't like you, you will more than likely end up with some sort of consolidated sentence that would be run concurrent. Which means you'll probably get away with less than a third of the total amount. It will still be a significant amount of time. But trust me it's better than hearing your release date mentioned during an episode of Star Tr ek. Damn, Kev. I would really love to know what kind of plea they offered you. It had to be better than what they re about to give you now. Sometimes you just hav e to know when to count your losses and cash out. By the way, who was your lawyer again? I just want to know because, if he advised you that you had a chance in hell of winning, I want to be able to tell people who "not" to hire. You might want to remember this number also when you get to where you re going, Kev. 2255. It is the appeal your attorney won' t tell you about because it makes him answer for selling you down the river My advice when you go to sentencing next year, leave the "I found Jesus" speech back in your cell Judges real ly hate those Instead, you'd be better off just keeping it real and saying something like: "Your honor I messed up. I was a selfish, greedy, superficial, arrogant, bastard. I know what I did was wrong But, I was trying to maintain a certain lifestyle. I know that I have to pay for my mistakes. But please don t OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Sui t e 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough Prosecutor-Depufy Chief hiring of BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 CHILD SUPPORT PROBATE & WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY c::c PERSONAL INJURY cD 108N .AnnenlaA-W FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY. Tmpa, fL 33eot CJ REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. (813) bury me like a played out time capsule It may or may not work. But, at least you'll separate yourself from the thousands of other hypocrites who suddenly discover some type of faith in the back seat of a squad car. As far as your wife is concerned, she is a woman and you're not going to be able to take care of your husbandly duties. So, you already know what that means. Every man in prison has gone through the exact same thing. All you can do at this point is play your position and be thankful for whatever support she gives you for however long it lasts. Just remember, you can t run anything from behind a wall. The sooner you realize that, the longer she' ll stick around. But don't worry Kev, you will be alright. You have homies from Tampa and other parts of Florida all over the federal system. Wherever you go there will be a care package with shower shoes, deodorant and a toothbrush waiting for you. It is the least we can do to welcome you to the graveyard. You might as well forget about who you were because once the Marshals load you onto that van, you ll just be another one of us. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 431110-018; Bennettsville F C .I.; P 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, SC 29512; or by email at clarence.barrzg8@gmail.com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. Local Disc Jockev Makes Plea For Club Violence To Stop BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Larry Roundtree, Jr. grew up admiring the disc jockeys of his era, and knew automatically that's what he wanted to do. He acquired the stage name of DJ Smooth, and five years ago, he was given his first permanent job, at Club Manilla. DJ Smooth will be celebrating his 27th birthday at the club this weekend, and gives thanks to God and all of the people of Tampa for contribut ing to his success. "I love my job It's great to be the person who is responsible for making sure people have a great time in the club. DJ Smooth said he's appre hensive about having a birthday party this weekend, because of all the violence that has plagued clubs all over the city especially in the Ybor City area. "I think Club Manilla is a great place to hang out and have a good time. We must find a way to keep the knuckle heads out so everyone else can have a safe evening. "I just can' t understand how someone can get dressed to go out to a club, and feel they have to take a gun with them. If you have to do that, you shouldn't be going out." DJ Smooth said these idiots don't care about spoiling everyone's evening or the fact that what they're doing will hurt the club and no one will have a place to go. DJSMOOTH "A lot of the old bars and clubs have shut down and we1l never see them again. There are only a few places to go, but the group that lives on violence always shows up and spoils it for everyone. I want people to understand that I'm only talking about a small group of people who go from club to club, waiting for a reason to pull out a gun and start shooting." DJ Smooth said it will be up to the patrons to identify these people, and do whatever it takes to keep them away from the clubs. He also said most of the violence is caused by "stupid stuff" that really makes no sense. "The violence in clubs these days is uncalled for and not the place.to make trouble or show off what you have. There's too much petty jealousy out there DJ Smooth said when we can find a way to stop the vio lence we can return to the old days when people went out, had a great time, and talked about it the next day. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATIORNEYS AT LAW PERSONAl INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, M6TORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. All SERIOUS INJURIES. ( 813) 9 7 s-4444 1-800-711-5452 7 1. :>. 1 I I I I l I II ,\\ I I \ \ I I : \ I I . (' 1 : \ V \ \ \ \'. l ; I I ; I; '\ \ N I I \ I I I 1.. l \\ \ ,_.,_, . ,. # ,

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Local East Tampa 11 Weed And Seed To Host Druu March BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter East Tampa II Weed and Seed invites you to partici pate in the upcoming "Up With Hope, Down With Dope taking back our community drug march. The event is being spon sored by Drug Abuse Com prehensive Coordinating Offices, DACCO, Abe Brown Ministries Hillsborough Collaborative, the City of Tampa Tampa Police Department, and many other community partners. The march will take place on S a turday, December 10th and will begin at 3 p. m. Joining the march will be several state and local offi cials. The march will be a con tinuation of the historic Herman Rice and Andy Goff Weed and Seed drug marches of the late 1990s. Our plan is to speak out loud and clear against drug activity and gun violence in the community," said Kim Miner, Site Coordinator for the East Tampa II Weed and Seed. "We are committed to protecting our citizens, espe cially our children, from drug activity, and gun violen ce. Please help us get the word out to the community at large to join with us." The march will assemble at Mt. Carmel A. M. E. Church, 4209 North 34th Street. Additional parking will be provided b y Gr e ater Friendship B a pti s t Chur c h 4413 North 35th Street. E very on e i s invited to join in the 1.3 mil e march in East Tampa. Put on your m a rching shoes as we march to take back our neighborhoods, said Ms. Miner. For more information contact Kim Miner at (813) 384-4127 or (248) 561-0141. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT NUCP Sponsors National MembershiP Contest BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor For the first time in its history, the National Associ ation for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is sponsoring a membership contest. The contest began on November 15th and will con clude on December 30th. Entitled "Better Than 2010; Raise The Base," the contest recognizes the NAACP Unit that has re cruited the most members, and that unit will receive a $ 2 ,500 cash prize The or g a ni z ation will reco g nize the highest incr ease in both adult a nd y outh c h apters. Th e St a t e C o nf e r e nc e with th e highe s t numb e r of new m e m bers will receive $ 5 ,000. E a ch regional unit will r e cog nize its own highest recruiter Ms. Pat Spencer, Co Chairper s on o f th e Flor id a St a te Conference Member s hip Committ e e said the Region 5 Unit consi s t s of the Hernando County Hillsbor ou g h County St. Peter s burg MS. PAT SPENCER Co-Chairperson, Florida State Conference Membership Committee Clearwater Pasco County, USF, Tampa and St. Peters burg Youth Councils. How e ver, units of the organization throughout the country ar e participating in the contest. While the NAACP has w on many victories the times ahead are critical. Membership helps us to close the gaps in the staggering statistics that so blatantl y at test to the racial disparities in the United States. Our best hope for protecting the free dom of people and ad v ancing WHOLESALE PROPERTIES the gains of the NAACP is by _!\) becoming a member renew-N c ing memberships, and vow-= ing to be more active, more vocal and more visible," she said. Ms. Spencer also said that a membership to the NAACP is a perfect gift that can last a lifetime. In addi tion to annual memberships, the organization offers student memberships for those in alllevel s of the education process Their Junior Life Mem bership is for youngsters from infancy to age 13. Teenagers and young adults between the ages of 14 and 20 qualify for the Bronze Membership and the Life membership requirement be gins at the age of 21. "This is the perfect time of year to give a membership gift to family, friends or stu-0 dents," she said. )> For additional informa-en m z tion about the contest contact the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP at (813) 234-8683. ::! z m r-aJ c: r rm ::! z "'D c: aJ !: CJ) :I: m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c West Florida Wholesale Properties Provides first class property management and affordable prices through its property management division "West Florida Turnkey Property Management" Whether you are a rehabber or a landlord, or just looking for a great deal, WFWP has the largest inventory of investment properties in the Tampa Bay Area. These properties move extremely fast because of our rock bottom pricing. So hurry and buy Today before they are gone! )> z c ., c SELL YOUR HOUSE FOR CASH NOW West Florida Wholesale Properties, LLC can make you a fair cash offer within 24hrs on your property and close the same day! TURNKEY PROPERTIES SOLUTIONS WFWP provides turnkey property solutions to those inves tors looking to take a "hands off" approach to real estate investing. WFWP can manage everything from acquisition and renovation to tenant placement and full service property management. WFWP gives it clients, both Domestic and International, peace of mind knowing that they have a first class company working in their corner to protect their investments and maximize returns

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E Loeal-N -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------N Restaurant Owner Feels Obligation To Give Back To The Communitv a: BY LEON B. CREWS U. Sentinel Staff Writer Cornelius "Big Bru" Hamilton has seen both sides of the entertainment industry, and it was the ugly side that pushed him back to his roots. Hamilton joined with a local ministry called The Walk Church, and its two young ministers. It was through that ministry Hamilton rediscovered himself, and realized it was time for him to help those who weren't as fortunate as he is. Hamilton was able to open a restaurant with the help of family members, Big c Bru's Barbecue, and it is a: through that business he's u. reached out to help others. "I started out by going to < the homeless shelters and serving food to the people," c said Hamilton. ffi "From that experience, I decided to do more and start-1-ed providing clothing for the homeless along with the meals." W Still feeling like he could do ffi more, Hamilton decide d :::1: this year he would provide en free groceries on a first come, ffi first served basis, to families feeling the weight of the bad Q, Z economy. i= "Every Sunday, I've set up at The Walk Ministry on 40th CORNELIUS "BIGBRU" HAMILTON Street, and provided free gro ceries. On December 4th, I'll be out there again, and I want my people to take advantage of thi s opportunity, and later join me in helping those who can't help themselves." Hamilton said the ministry is at 8619 North 40th Street, and the groceries will be available anytime after 4 p.m., and will be distributed until everything is gone. I feel if I can reach into my pocket and my heart, others can do the same," said Hamilton. "We take so much for granted, sometimes we forget about the people who don't know where their next meal will come from. We should all be thankful for what we have and be willing to share it with others who have nothing." .. Tbeme: ...I ID ...I w z t= z w en .Movmg To A Hlgber Call)ng -But StiU Serving HIM i:t 0 ...I u. Given By: MACEDONIA MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH Cornerstone Kids Announces 22nd Annuallincoln-Douulass Ball Cornerstone Kids, Incorpo rated has announced plans for their 22nd annual LincolnDouglass Ball, scheduled for February 4, 2012. Cornertone Kids, Inc. is a non-profit outreach ministry of St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church and has been in existence for 23 years. Their mission is to reach atrisk inner city children and assist in their educational, spiritual, and emotional development in a safe, secure and nurturing environment. Olatha Leggett, who has been the Program Director at Cornerstone for 10 years, said the program was started by a priest at the church more than two decades ago. "The priest was watching the children in the Tampa Heights area playing with his kids and wanted to do something to get them off the streets." Ms. Leggett said the ball was named in honor of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass because of the relationship the two men had, and their place in history. "We try to schedule our ball for February because that's significant as far as what Lincoln and Douglass did for Civil Rights and human rights." Ms. Leggett said this year they decided to put a theme to the event just to give it a new twist. The ball will have a fun and festive Island Masquerade theme and will be held at the Westin Harbour Island Hotel from 6 p. m. untilu p. m. The programs at Cornerstone Kids are designed specifically to reach a:t-risk, inner city children who reside in lower income, single parent households in Tampa Heights. Old West Tampa Group Feeds Hundreds For Thanksgiving BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer West Tampa resident and activist, Dwight Bolden, said it was hard for him to fight back the tears when he joined others on Thanksgiving day to offer free dinners to those in need. Although the event was planne d on short notice, Bolden said everything went off well and more than 100 people were fed "It was really a blessing that we were able to do this. All of the businesses in the area made it possible and Annie Ruth's Take Out Diner's staff did most of the cooking. "It would be impossible for me to name everyone who made this possible, but it's important to acknowledge City Councilman, Frank Reddick and his aid, Cedric McCrae, for taking their time to come out and join us. Bolden said the event made such an impact, it 's still 25 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 "'llmpa, R. 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeeciOwQIIIdranorg DR. MOSES BROWN This was the scene in West Tampa as people came for a free Thanksgiving dinner. being talked about today. "It was exciting to see so many people come together to make this possible. They didn't just show up to eat, but they rolled up their sleeves, and helped feed people, or just talk to them. "We also appreciate DJ Pun for volunteering his time and services for this project. This is a great example of how the people of West Tampa can come together, and there were plenty of hugs to go around. Larry and Patricia Hordge should also be recognized for their role in making this a success ful event.i Bolden said they are now planning something really big for Christmas and he's happy to see that they are beginning to see each other as trusted partners. lllJ Saturday, December 3rd @ 7:00pm Featul'i_n_g: College Hill Teenage Choir, Chlfdren's Choir & Choir .11 & The College Hill Mass Choir

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Local local Group To Appear On National TV Show Left to right, back row: Trina Pritchet, Vickie Phillips, Nicole Phillips, Sheena Livingston, Romalice Jenkins, Jameka Ellison, Shameka Huff, Nazarene Williams and Rasheeta Williams. Front: Steve Marshall and Joseph Leath. The up and coming Bay Area gospel group, Anotha Level will appear on The Dorinda Show The group was formed 2 years ago and is comprised of group members from Tampa Brandon St. Petersburg Lakeland Winter Haven, Lake Wales and Gainesville. The group has appeared on stage with and background for gospel greats such as Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole, Beverly Crawford, Rance Allen, Leandria Johson, Durward Davis, and Karen Clark Sheard. Dr. Dorinda Clark Cole is a member of th e Grammy Award Winning Clark Sisters. H e r s how airs on TCT network on Direct TV Channel 377. The show featuring Anotha Level will air on Sunday, Decemb e r 4, 2011 at 9 p. m. and 3 a. m. or Monda y December sth. If you don t have Direct TV, you can go to www.tct.tv and watch live online at 9 p. m. or 3 a. m. Fund raiser To Help Grandparents Raising Grands During The Holidavs BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Several years ago, Lisa Robinson watched as a family member struggled to pro vide Christmas gifts for the grandchildren she was rai si ng. She and a group of ladies got together and decided they would help by purchasing gifts for the children. That led to the birth of Leopards of Serenity. The nop-profit organiza tion was founded in 2004 for the sole reason of helping grandparents during the holi days, who are raising their children's children. "We aren' t able to help everybody, but we try to select 2-3 families that we can help, and even get a gift for the LISA ROBINSON grandparent, Mrs. Robinson said. For the past few years, the organization has been hosting a holiday dance to generate funds that are used specifically for the grandparents. This yea r, the Red Roses Christ m as Dance will be held on Saturday December 10, 2011 8 p m. at the Firemen s Benev olent Assoc iation Hall, Florida a nd Yukon (across from Home Depot). There i s a donation that includes buffet and drinks. In addition to the meal, there will be door prizes entertainment and lots of fun. The colors are red black and leop ard (not required) We re inviting the public to come out and help us help the grandparents for the holi days. We realize the economy is tight but we're asking that you lend a hand, she said. For more information con tact Mrs. Robinson at (813) 928-4074 PASTOR MARION CRAWFORD Is Sponsoring An Appreciation Program SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2011 7 P.M. For The Silver Stars Nettie Kendrick, Cassie Vivarette and Mamie Attwater On Program: New Faithfulaires & Spiritual Voices (Ft. Myers} FAITH CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 5610 E Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. (rear of Redeemed Church} Tampa 33619 Pastors Roosevelt and Marion Crawford All Groups, Choirs, Soloists Are Asked To Join As We Show Love For Our Sisters in Christ. Harvest Time Ministries lntemational15115 N. 19th St. Lutz, FL 33549 More ThAI'\. Q years at the for Cl'astor )I. !Nunn, Sr. DeceV\.tber 1J?, 20tl 3:00 p.V\.t. suttes Hotel 1...0:220 R..Lver (off 60 FQw.lR.tl'\.bW.r(3 RDad) Flort.cta 3351...1... f30.oo RSVP 'B-!j DtctV\.tbtrti, ::2.01i ctt-ft lllblt .5Lst:tr Holtol'\. -1S'.13-+S+-R5:2S' 6\IQVI-(3eUstjA....!ct :::D c }< c m (") m s: m m JJ J'l 1\) 0 ..... "TT r 0 JJ c l> C/J m z ::::! z m r m c:: r r m ::::! z ., c:: m r c;; :I: m c m < m -t c:: m en c ?< l> z c "TT :::D c ?<

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C\1 a: w m :!E w () w c c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w l: en :::::i m ::l c. z ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J LL CLOTHING GIVEAWAY SPONSORED BY CWSIC HAIR SALON + OLD SCHOOL PUB Will be held in December. We're asking the community for any clothing or small appliances they would like to donate. Please contact: ... El.eanor @ 813-363-4176 Please call before you stop by. t:.:3431 N. 22nd St. Tampa, FL \-k Local Philadelphia Native Wants To Bring 'The Arts' To Tampa BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Charlayne Henry is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is in Tampa to get more African American students in volved in the performing arts. Ms. Henry said she's been involved in the arts her entire life and has written for other artists. "I decided to do this for myself I wanted to do more in the African American community to get them in volved in theaters, because it's a big market and it's time we got into it There are job opportunities in volved in every aspect of theater production." Ms. Henry said she tries to raise communities up and change them by giv ing the residents opportunities I started looking in the University area, and not only do a lot of people live in that area, there is so much untapped talent. "I think the public schools in Tampa can do a lot more to get students in volved in the arts. Right now everything is geared toward directing them to work for someone else instead of becoming entrepreneurs. Ms. Henry said we need to tell our kids that there are things attainable in the CHARLAYNE HENRY field of performing arts, and all they need to do is open up and let the world see how talented they are. I was looking to create a platform where our people, especially our young peo ple, would be hired. I've al ways had a vision of owning and teaching at a perform ing arts facility." Ms. Henry describes herself as being a rebellious teenager, who left home when she was 15. "I just didn' t feel the traditional things I was being taught were accurate. I de cided to seek the truth for myself. "I was being preached to about God and what the Bible says, but when I read the Bible, that's not what it says. I've been written off several times, and I've served time in prison. Today, I'm a stronger woman for the things I've experienced in life." Ms. Henry said she felt there were a lot of people who had been written off by society who are talented and motivated. "I want to use what I've done in Pittsburgh as a model in other depressed communities. I want to make a difference in Tampa, and open a new world for our young peo ple." Ms. Henry said she's honored to have been the first African American to own a performing arts theater in Pittsburgh, and now she's in the process of permanently relocating to Tampa. "I'm also seeking cast members for a play I've written and trying to produce. Ms. Henry will be working with Miracles Out reach and its CEO, Michelle Walker. Ms. Henry said she'll be working with Mrs. Walker as a program as sistant, and writing grants for her program. Ms. Walker said she's fortunate to have met Ms. Henry and looks forward to working with her. "She's going to use some of our youth in some of her productions, and is also working with kids in my mentoring program."

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oca :u YborAmor -A Communitv Reunion c m 0 m Befor e the d evelopment of Interstate-4 Ybor City essen tially stretched from Adamo Drive north to 26th Avenue, east to 29th Street, and west to Nebraska. A swath was cut throug h to eliminate 13th and 14th Avenues for the inter state east-west highway. Now cut off at 12th Ave., what was once northern parts of Ybor are now East Tampa, which begins at 15th Avenue. But, memories and rela tionships linger. And on Sun day December 4, from noon to 4 p.m., families, neighbors and friends will recall their vintaged experiences from a by-gone era at the home of Judge and Mildred Williams, who were busi ness and property owners. Their daughter, Attorney Jeraldine Williams-Shaw is hosting the community event. Affectionately known as the Latin Quarters, Ybor existed in stark contrast to the ghettos ofthe North It did not house a homogenous ethnic popula tion. Curious for the times, the community comprised an eclectic mix of ethnic neigh bors. Spanish Italians Sicil ians, Cubans, African Americans, Afro Cubans, and Jews lived together in virtual harmony. The aromas of the exotic spices were hallucinogenic sirens that attempted to lure passersby into the grasp of colorful pates, bows, and take away containers. African Americans, who were known as Coloreds or Negroes then, were not allowed to be seated to eat until the early 6os, after the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Prior to then, Blacks could stand inside the Silver Ring to order and receive the sandwiches. N01th of Broadway (7th Avenue), on 15th Avenue, the Mercedes take-out meals launched textures and la ye rs of Latin food that float ed through the air to announce a sidebar c hall e nge to the tradi tional far e of its competitors further south. Two venues bake d fresh donuts. Residents had the timing just right to stand and wait for the hot, sugar-glazed doughnuts to roll off the machine for immediate mouthwatering consumption. Ybor not only had restau rants, it also was home to bev erage establishments. A brewery was on 15th Street; we could draw spring water there. The strong fragrance of Cuban coffee beans was prominent. Businesses were plentiful. Of course, the major shopping district (Broadway) was a bustling Mecca, d ecora t ed with vivid color and costumes. Los Novidades was on Broad way and 15th for a long while. The Columbia Restaurant was where it is forever The Silver Ring set the standard for tasty Cuban sandwiches; this was perceived as progress." The deviled crab vendor rode his bicycle with one of the first-known food warmers and grips for his bot tles of hot sauce. Everybody went to the same doctors, dentist s, pharmacists and other profes s ion als who were hou sed, primarily along Seventh Avenue. Howard W. Blake, a local principal ran a service station on 22"d Street between 14th and 15th Avenues. Judge Williams, who fin ished his bungalow on 12th Ave. and 25th Street in 1945 operated Judge's Garage one Judge King Please Contact ATI'Y. JERALDINE WILLIAM-SHAW block east, on 12th Avenue and 26th Street for 30 years. Mar tin Cleaners was located at Columbus Drive and 26th Street, diagonally across from New Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church. The Vacanti family, who lived on 14th Avenue between 23"1 a nd 24th Streets, owned th e ice hou se on East Broad way across th e creek from Charlie's Market. A Blac k man known as Mr. Morgan, was the Ice Man," who deliv ered ice daily to residents and left it in boxes on the front porches, where Jesse Myers left laundry and the milkman deposited hi s items The Castellano famil y operated th e Little Sicily Deli catessen at 8th Avenue and 18th Street. Black entrepreneurs at Entzminger and Rosiland s florists had a major part of the flower market for man y yea r s Ralph 's Radiator was located at nth Ave. and 22nd Street Corner m a rkets were es sential because refrigeration was slow to come. Joe Tambuzo and his cousin Tony sold fresh meats, fruits and vegetables at Tip-Top Gro cery, at the corner of 13th Avenue and 26th Street Paul's store was a block away on 14th AGAINST ALL ODDS BAIL BONDS @ 813-300-9107 5006 E. Avenue # 7 Avenue and 2ih Street. one of the schools located in :S: The drive-in theatre for African Americans was lo cated in the Bottom, 14th Avenue and 29th Street. The Bottoms" typically referred to a low class section of any southern community, where African Americans live. Ybor City's "Bottom" didn't fit the racial profile. Here, the "Bottom" accurately designates the typography, to which rain water sloped to create fertile soil to produce guava, mango mulberry, banana, lemon, lime, pecan, and orange trees, and crops of vegetables. Neighbors penned goats, cows hogs, and chickens. the neighborhood. A few m African Americans and Afro Cubans attended St. Peter ]'> Claver Catholic School. Most matriculated at segregated ....Jo. While children of different ethnicities mixed to play in the streets ofYbor, they didn't attend school or church to gether. Many of the European and Cuban families sent their kid s to Catholic schools. Our Lad y of Perpetual Help was public schools. Today, many of the Ybor children grew up to become medical doctors, Ph.Ds, lawyers, judges, business owners, politicians. One of our authors, Marcus Graddy, will have a book signing at the reunion Back in the day, the ethnic ity didn't interfere with mani festations oflove, compassion and tolerance The story is told that the Armwood fam ily, an African American fam ily with means, donated the land for the Italian Cemetery at 21st Avenue and 26th Street The Italians did not have the resources to purchase the land to bury their dead. BARBARA]. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury A!Tomev & Counselor At Law Cypress Point O ffice Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Rorida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 Tbe o( a lonwcr is an dcc1sion lha 1 should not be based s o lely upon Be fore ) 'OU dcadc:.. ask. lL'Ii to scud you free i.r:ta:matioo Jbcu. 01.1" qualificaticos and c::c:peric:sre. J. JACQUES A. DARIUS. P.A ATTORNEY 8131930-2222 Accident & Injuries Employment Civil Rights FamilyLaw Appeals 7211 N. 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All About You! a: w m :E w (.) w 0 <( 0 a: LL 0 a: LL 0 z <( 0 en w ::l ..... > a: w > w It's Mv Birthdav JANIAH MOODY Happy birth day t o Janiah Moody o n N ove m ber 30th. I ce l e b ra t e d m y bir th day h a n g in g o ut w ith fr i e n ds a nd fam i l y Appreciation Thank You Given MORRIS 'BLISS' EVERETI An appreciat i on given in h o n o r of C h air m a n Tr u s t ee Morris (Bliss) Everett o n Nove mb e r 27, 2011, a t I s r ae l Beth e l P. B Churc h Patrick Woodfork, pastor. I wo uld lik e t o t h a nk m y s upp o rtin g trus t ees, Tommy Walke r Almeta Butler, Charles Hammond a n d I s rae l Beth e l fami l y a n d frie n ds Nort h Bay M B. C hu rc h S t Joseph M. B. Churc h b ase b all t eam m a t es, McD o n a ld 's o n Hill s b orough, class m a t es, a nd m y b ea utiful s upporting f a mil y Thank y ou all so mu c h f o r s h a ring this sp e cial oc c as i o n with me. God bl ess." 0 Meetings en ffi Middleton Alumni Association z t= w ...J ...J ::l m ...J w z t= z w en <( 0 a: 0 ...J LL The Middl e t o n Hig h S c hool Alumni Associatio n will m ee t Sat u r day, Dece mber 3 r d a t 10:30 a. m at th e Police S u b-Station on 22nd Stre e t New m e mb e r s a r e welcome Calvin Simmons, p r esiden t w ill be t here to gree t you Civic Association Meeting Th e Thon o t osassa, Seffne r Mango C ivic Associa ti o n Inc will hold its regular m o nthl y m ee tin g o n Mond ay D ece mber 5, 2011, 6:3 0 p m at St e rli ng H eig ht s P a rk 11706 W illi ams R d., T h o n o to sa s s a (33592). All memb e r s, n e i g hb o r s, f a mil y a n d frie n ds a r e urge d to b e pres ent and o n t i m e Please brin g your con ce rns, q u es tion s a nd s ugge s tion s For more inform a ti o n pl ease contac t Mrs Pauline Larry Grant, Presid e nt (813) 98 6 -3300 TAY And KE-KE Two m o nth s s h y o f a d eca d e a nd we are s till i n l ove a nd ex pec tin g o ur new a d di tion to th e family. I l ove you Tay. DJSMOOTH AndDJREDD T h a nk s to Mr. Roundtree a nd M s Roundtree. H a pp y b i rthd ay t o DJ Smooth. Big p arty a t C lub Manill a IN THE SPOTLIGHT DESIREE As the temperatures outside go down, we hope this week' s Spotlight feature will warm you up. Desiree has bee n known to have that kind of effect on people, and she has no problem sharing the floor with those closest to her. Desiree enjoys posing for the camera, and modeling would definitely be something that would take her to the net level. Desiree say s she believes inside of e veryone lies a hidden strength, and sometimes it just takes a little push to reveal that strength. When it comes to the man in her life, Desiree believes her man has to be as strong and committed as she is and at the same time be ambitious, handsome, respectful, and s elf-reliant. Congratulations to Desiree as this week' s Spotlight feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please e-mail your information and photos to lcrews@flsentinel.com. AUTO ACCIDENT? <( I N -ask gary, a medical and lawyer referral service FREE HELP LINE I CALL 1-800-275-4279

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All About You! Happy Birthday, Sis lil Joe Pen Pal c JOKAYLA, JALEHA, LYRIC, LEGEND And DASANI Happy birthday shot outs are being sent out to our big sister Ms. Kay Ia, who will be turning the big 13 on 12/ 4 We know we nag you sis, but that's what little sisters do, and besides, that's our way of showing you we love you!!! Love, mommy and sisters. JOKAYLA CARMEN GONZALEZ Happy birthday to JoKayla, who will be celebrat ing with family and friends at a teen-bash galore this weekend. Happy birthday. Love, mommy, Ms. Lillie. JAMES SIMPKINS Ladies, I'm from Washington, D. C. I'm single, no kids and incarcerated! I'm honest loyal, genuine, spontaneous, sensuous and diverse. I'm a man of principal, substance and purpose. I'm currently writing several urban novels I'm looking for female friendship, stimulating conversation from a sweet, ma ture, real woman. Write me: James Simpkins, #04016-007, P 0. Box 1034, Coleman, FL, 33521. Meeting Special Call Meeting There will be an East Tampa Community Revitalization Part nership Special Call meeting on Monday, December sth at 6 p.m. at Ragan Park. This very important meeting is to discuss the proposed round about at the junction of 21st and 22nd Streets. Community leaders, citizens and business owners are asked to please attend this meeting so their voices can be heard. m (") m s: m m JJ .!" 1\) 0 """' """' ..... Cf )>

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'I"'" 'I"'" 0 N State Rep. Sponsors Call Centers Emplovment Bill a: w m :?! w (.) w c < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c (/) w ::::) .... > a: w > w c w ::I: (/) ::::i m ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w (/) < c a: 0 ..J LL Most people b e li eve that when contact ing call centers about a service or product, they are calling locally. Technology has made it difficult to know what country a person may be calling. BETfYREED State Rep. District 59 Many of the call centers for several major companies and organizations are in other states or even other countries. However, State Representative Betty Reed hopes to prevent furth er outsourcing of employment to other countries. She is sponsoring House Bil1649 for th e upcoming legi s lativ e sesswn. House Bill649 would affect all state contracts valued over a cer tain dollar amount. The bill would require that persons within the United States handle call center services. In today s hard economic times, it's impmtant that we focus on protecting our workers. The Tampa Bay area is home to a number of financial services call centers. HB 649 will help ensure that our local workers do not become victims of unemployment because of jobs being outsourced overseas," Rep. Reed exp lained. A New You, Pink Boutique Bringing Out A New You. You Never Kne w GRAND OPENING W Robertson St. Brandon, FL 33511 (813) 66 1 Hours: Mon-Fri 9 A.M 6 P.M. Sat. 9 A.M.-1 Fitter Pre/Post Surgical Garments Forms & Shapers Wigs T Shirts "'"''"""""" Items Welcome N. 34th Street -'--... --...288 All About You! LookWho's2 THE FAMILY RAILYN REDFIELD Happy birthday, Princess On 11-2s-og,God blessed us with you. We love you Railyn Redfield. Your family. Happy Birthdav DEE, TIFFANY, MARLO, NEK And CHRIS We would like to send a special birthday shout out to our father Mr. Marlo Albury. We love you and you are greatly appreciated by all of us. Love, your children, Shayla, Nek, Dee and Chris.

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Movie 1\.eviews Arthur Christmas -Arthur Christmas could be a classic, because the movie is different and fresh for the kids Must-see! Made $16M (Budget N/A). ''"*** Hugo Overall, Hugo was a good movie, but for kid s, the movie moves too slow and it is a bit confusing until the end. (2 hrs.)-Wait for the video Made $15M (Budget N/ A) **112 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 ending A set-up for Part 2. (1 hr./40 mins.). Still No. 1 at Box Office. Made $220M. (Budget $noM). **** Happy Feet Two -The penguins return with a message about bad climate change and a little mixture of Finding Nemo. Good for the kids Made $43M. (Budget N/ A). ***112 Immortals -A 300-type fantasy film with great action and a lot of killing Definitely, not for kids. Micke y Rourke makes a good villain. Must see! Made $68M (Budget $75M). **** Jack And Jill-Adam Sandler takes on double roles as Jack and Jill in this so-so comedy. This role for Sandler was not really funny like Tyler Perry's Madea. Wait for Video. Made $57M. (Budget $79M). **112 Tower Heist Ben Stiller and Eddi e Murphy star in this light drama/comedy caper about a bunch of co-workers who turn the table on a Wall Street swindler. Could have b ee n fun nier but still good Made $65M. (Budget $75M). ***112 A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas-Harold and Kumar finally get this one right after 2 previous over the top movies. Pretty funny. Made $31M (Budget $19M). ***112 Puss In The Boot -A spin-off from the Shrek franchise Puss (voice of Antonio Banderas) set out to find the golden egg that will make his dreams come true. Dream works got this one right. Must-see for the kids. Made $ 135M (Budget $ 130M) **** In Time-Justin Timberlake stars in this futuristic/action movie about surviving before your time runs out. Th e wealth here isn't money, it's time. Different. Surprisingly good. Made $35M. (Budget $4oM). **** RATINGS : ****-Very Good I ***-Good I ** Average I Wait For Video YES! WE ARE OPEN!! The Management And Staff of Celebrities (Formerly Club Manilla) Would Like To Apologize To All Our Patrons For The Recent Events That Have Occurred. We Are Doing Everything In Our Power To Ensure Your Safety And Well Being At Our Establishment. We Want You To Know That New Safety Rules Are Being Enforced To Ensure Everyone's Safety. Clll MANIIU I DE MIIIIU Ill PIEIENTI Horo&n Horoscopes o m Today's Birthday Believ e you can, and you will. Changes at home work out better than 0 you imagined, and domestic projects pay off. Accept coaching from a respected mentor, and your productivity soars. Your brilliance is revealed. m Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Your spiritual practices clear your mind. Get into nesting !:B at home. Discover something new and surprising about your family roots Step into new leader-N ship. N Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-To get to the next level, study with a master. You're ready to learn the lesson. Practice as often as it takes until you get it. Then celebrate! Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Let your schedule tell you what to do (and you're the master of your schedule). Precision and profit are correlated. Follow an educated hunch. Friends surprise. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-The Moon is in your sign, and you are the star. Do the work, with loving support, and succeed. The practical plan works best. You're building something. Aries (March 21-April19)-It's fine to find solace in solitude, but don't get lost in the archives. New information opens up new possibilities. Put more into the household account. Taurus {April 20-May 20) -A dose of your friends is prescribed. Side effects include fun, distractions, playful conversation and optimism. You're surrounded by love. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Go ahead and daydream Put your ideas to work for the betterment of your community and the world. Let your imagination take wing Sa y "yes." Cancer (June 22-July 22) Get ready for two days of adventure. Use what y ou learned recentl y for new income possibilities. There's nothing wrong with a little ambition Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -The month begins with intensity where business is concerned. Use your charm and determination. Do what you already know works Stay thrifty, but get what yo u ne e d. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Let your feelings of affection for another flourish. A partner r elies on your smarts. It' s s imple: Keep doing what works and stop doing what doesn t Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-The impossible looks easy. Projects are coming at you fast, and yo u can handle them. It may require perfecting new skills. Explore new directions. .... Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Cast your own romantic spell Your powers are particularly "11 keen and your mood is infectious Friends offer encouragement. Go for it. 5 Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL The Forresters unknowingl y go over fashion designs in front of a traitor; Kati e argues with Steffy and Bill and then makes them an offer they didn t see coming; the Forresters m ee t B everly and offer her an internship at their company. Katie grows frustrated with Bill a nd divul ges a di s turbing secret to Liam; Thomas surprises Hope with a ro mantic dinn er; Brooke advises Hop e not to give up on Liam and not to rush into a relationship with Thomas. :c 0 )> (J) m z :::! z m r-m c r rm :::! z DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole catches EJ and Sami in a private moment; Will continues "tl to act out yelling at Sami and making an odd request of Gabi; Nicole ambushes Abe on the cam-paign trail. Kate gets a sinister idea to take down Madison after seeing her and Sarni in a tense C s itu a tion ; Carrie and Austin make an important decision; a fun group dinner turns ugl y when Will freaks out. m GENERAL HOSPITAL-Dante is assigned a new partner; Spinelli uses his social-network-ing skills; Mac asks Alexis to represent Robin and Maxie if they need legal help. Monica has an < important question for Robin; Liz has a shocking response for Luke; Sonny and Kate continue m their visit in Bensonhurst. ONE UFE TO UFE Todd makes an unexpected discovery about his son; Aubrey and Rex kis s, but the y are not the only unlikely duo to share a kiss. Someone makes a discovery that m things are not as they seem; Jack may finall y come around about Todd. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Nikki makes a shocking confession to Victor; Harmony stands up to Tucker. Ashley i s furious about Tucker 's new therapist; Nick considers a fresh start. )> z 0 813lessons Learned 'A Glimpse 01 Revenge' Lesson24 Bv laurel Johnson-Page Summary: After returning to her home Sharie re ceives a vis it from Charles's mistress. Words are not need e d when her actions are clear. What do you do when your husband's mistress decides that she no longer wants to be a mother to her son and leaves the country while your husband i s still in the hospital? :c 0 Sharie finds out tl1at her lon g time housekeeper may be more loyal than she imagined. Tonya figures out a way to kill two birds witlt one stone, making herselflook good in her new position and keeping Vickie a way from her husband. After a long day in the offic e Vickie r ece ives a startling visit. Join the Ladies of 813 in this week's article Lessons Learned "A Glimpse Of Reve ng e at .... flsentinelnow com 'f1 )>

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:: ntertainment Bow Wow Explains Album Weslev Snipes lil wavne's .,ha Carter IV' Delav. Denies Financial Issues OHiciaiiV Double Platinum In a l ette r to his fans, Bow $30,000 Unpaid Bill Wow exp lain e d the delay of his Cash Money debut album, Unleashed. The 24-year-old rapper / LL. actor denied a repmt saying that the h e owes the govern ment over $9 1,000 in unpaid taxes from 2006. BOW WOW Singer Reportedlv Under Severe Financial Pressure It is hard to believe, but there are reports that Rihanna is running low on cash. How a superstar like Rihanna can generate more than $10oM on Youtube hits for one song, yet not have enough money to keep her home is a surprise indeed. c We learned that Rihanna a: is short selling her mansion. LL. The Bajan singer is asking sellers to pay $2.5 million c( less than the amount she paid for the home just two c en w .... w > w c w ::J: en ::J m D. z t= w ...J ...J m ...J w z t= z w en C 0 ...J L1. years ago The home was just put up for listing -and is being RIHANNA listed as a short sale mean ing that Rihanna s mortgage on the home is greater than the amount of money she s asking. WESLEY SNIPES Actor Wesley Snipes re portedly is being sued by American Express for nearly $30,000 worth of unpaid credit card charges. American Express is re questing that Snipes pays the bill, on top of all legal fees. The credit card company filed legal documents in Florida last week, insisting the imprisoned actor racked up a massive credit card bill as a free man, totaling $29,343-03. Now American Express is out for pa y back, plus inter est. Lil Wayne's latest re lease has officially sold over 2 million copies making it two times platinum. As previously reported, the Young Money leader released his Tha Carter IV album August 29 and sold nearly 1 million copies in the first week. Now according to official numbers from the RIAA, Weezy's gone double plat inum. ULWAYNE Eight Years For Rapper lil Boosie In Drug Case A Baton Rouge rapper known as "Lil Boosie" has been sentenced to eight years in prison following his guilty plea to drug charges. The 29-year-old rapper's real name is Torrence Hatch. He pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to smuggle codeine, marijuana and ecstasy into two state prisons They were the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola and Dixon Correc tional Institute. Assistant District Attorney Dana Cummings says Hatch was serving a prison term for a separate convic-LILBOOSIE tion for marijuana posses sion when he smuggled the drugs with help prison gu ard. Conrad Murrav Sentencing: Michael Jackson's Mother savs 'Four Years Is Not Enough' KATHERINE JACKSON And CONRAD MURRAY The Conrad Murray sentencing has brought even more grief to Michael Jackson's mother, who says four years is not enough. Outside the Los Angeles courtroom, Katherine Jackson responded to the maximum 4-year sentence that Judge Pastor levied on the doctor for his conviction of involuntary manslaughter. Jackson had to choke back tears as she told reporters: "I think the judge was fair. I want to thank the-fans for being so loyal and supporting us. I think we got a fair trial." But she went on to add that, "Four years is not enough for someone's life. It won't bring him back, but at least he got the maximum ... Four years won't bring my son back, but that's law."

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"T1 ntertainment :!:! -No_m_s_, --o-ue_e_n But Shut Out Of Album Category Talks Motherhood, Wants To Adopt think again ... The X Factor Kanye West came away with a leading seven Grammy nominations on Wednesday, including a bid for song of the y ear for his all-star song ''All of the Lights." However the album from which it came --"My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fan tasy "heralded by man y crit ics as the best album of 2010 -was shut out of the best album category, and all of his PATRICE O'NEAL other nominations were rel egated to the rap fields. Comedian Patrice O'Neal Has Died At Age 41 Comedian Patrice O'Neal, 41, has died. O'Neal suffered from complications resulting from a stroke that he had in October that left him unable to speak. His long time battle with diabetes is believed to have led to the stroke. O'Neal was a familiar face in New York's stand up com edy scene, having begun the profession in the earl y 1990's. He made me morable ap pearances on hit shows like, The Office Chappelle's Show PATRICE O'NEAL and Arrested Development as well as films such as Scary Movie 4 His last public per formance was at the Comedy Central roast of Charlie Sheen, taped in September. QUEEN LATIFAH As if Queen Latifah was not busy enough, thoughts of motherhood have been tak ing up her time these days Apart from working on her new talk show and running her Miami film studio, the TV /music icon recently shared her desire to adopt or have a child of her own. ''I' m definitely going to a dopt or have -a child," Queen Latifah tells More Magazine in her cover story. I've wanted to adopt since I was 17 or 18-years-old. Latifah goes on to talk about the emotional trauma caused b y her brother's death and being able to grow from it. judge recently confessed to her secret obsession: J:J "You can't keep me away N from a good sex shop Those are interesting places. I go ::;:: with a bunch of people that way no one recognizes me." KELLY ROWLAND New Book Alleges Tvler Perrv Ties To Drug Monev Tyler Perry is widely viewed as the most powerful Black figure in Hollywood today, but few have explored how he achieved his rapid rise and blockbuster success. Now a man from Perry's past has stepped forward claiming that the writer-di rector-producer didn't achieve his status alone. And that he didn't do it honestly In his new memoir Never Would Have Made It: The Rise ofTyler Perry, the Most Powerful Entertainer in Black America (And What It Really Took to Get Him There) Melvin Childs, a former radio executive, claims Perry's growth was significantly dependent on his early investment in him. TYLER PERRY How Perry Became Hollywood's Highest Paid Man "T1 r Childs says that Perry g used "risky deals with drug 6 dealers, couriers carrying l'> large bags of cash across the country; backstabbing and z double-dealing with corrupt ::! promoters," plus other illicit means to fund his early work r in the book's press release. r r m ::! z ., c: I:D c en ::I: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )'> z c "T1 J:J c

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0 S orts N N a: w m :: Is There Trouble At One Buc Place;-w Nothing will start the pro-frl paganda and rumor mill C flowing faster than an NFL ::i' team on a losing skid. C The Tampa Bay a: Buccaneers are 4-7 after u. < I CIO starting off 4-2 and atop the NFC South Division The 5-game losing streak the Bucs are experiencing was expected by some sports analysts, who said the team would finish the season no better than 8-8. Yes, the Bucs have a young defense, and yes, the season was hastened with the strike and lockout keeping players out of training camp. But, that' s no excuse for the los ing streak, because all of the NFL teams had to experi-ence that. No head football coach in the NFL cares about the crit icism he gets from radio talk shows and media outlets. But, when the criticism comes from within the orga nization, and is made public, it's a clear sign that there will be some changes next year. Information has surfaced that Offensive Coordinator, Greg Olsen, has been mouthing off about his boss, head coach Raheem Morris, and basically blam ing him for the Buc loses. It appears that the problems the Bucs have been experiencing on offense are not the fault of the offensive coordinator, but the head coach. At least if you listen to Olsen that's the case he's pleading. He's also very crit ical about the inconsistent play of the defense, an area Morris is directly involved in. With the Carolina Panthers coming to town this Sunday, the Bucs and their coaching staff need to be more concerned about rookie Cameron Newton putting on a show, than internal strife After Sunday's game the Bucs will have to travel to Jacksonville to face the Jaguars, then return home for a December 17th contest against the Dallas Cowboys. Next, will be a second game against the Panthers, th e n a season ending contest against the Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome. Three of the Buccaneers final five games are against NFC South foes, so there is still a chance they could grab at least a wild card spot and make the pla y offs. Of more concern is what will the coaching staff look like next year, and who will be looking for a new job? Bucs' Freeman oav-To-.Dav With Sore Right Shoulder Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman injured his right shoulder in the closing seconds of a loss at Tennessee and is day-to-day for Sunday's game against Carolina. Coach Raheem Morris said Freeman was hurt on a quarterback sneak that was stopped for no gain, sealing a 23-17 loss to the Titans. The third-year pro did not throw in practice Wednesday, but participated in some drills. News of Freeman's latest injury came on the heels of the quarterback acknowledging he aggravated a sprained thumb when a pistol he was JOSH firing at a FREEMAN shooting range recoiled Oct. 31. He said he used poor judgment in firing a gun during the team's bye week, but insisted Wednesday that a cut requiring five stitches had not affected his performance or _grip on the football. Mavweather Hints At Mav Showdown With Pacquiao Floyd Mayweather has hinted that his long-awaited showdown with Manny Pacquiao could take place in May next year. In a video message linked from his official Twitter page Mayweather, a five-division world champion and the cur rent WBO welterweight cham pion, called on the Filipino to make the fight happen Pacquiao, who has won titles at eight divisions, recently reg istered a controversial defeat of FLOYD Juan Man-MAYWEATHER uel Marquez, stating after ward he was keen to take on Mayweather.

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Sports Sub's Appeal Hearing To Be Held Thursdav NEW YORK -Ndamukong Suh will get his appeals hearing right away. NDAMUKONG On Thurs-SUH day after-noon, Suh will present his appeal of his two-game suspension for stomping Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith to Art Shell. The league handed out the suspension Tuesday, but Suh immedi-ately appealed. Shell is a joint appointee of the NFL and the players' association for such cases. A person familiar with the process said on Wednesday about the hearing, which will be held by conference call. Suh stomped on DietrichSmith during Detroit's Thanksgiving Day loss to the Packers and was ejected. Should he lose the appeal, he will miss Sunday's game at New Orleans and the Lions' Dec. 11 home game against Minnesota lawrence Tavlor Being SuedBvTeenlnSexcase NEW YORK Pro Football Hall of Farner Lawrence Taylor is being sued by the teenage girl LAWRENCE he admitted TAYLOR having sex with in the case that led to him pleading guilty to misdemeanor charges earlier this year. Cristina Fierro filed suit in federal court in New York on Monday. Sh e is seeking compensatory and punitive damages to be determined at trial. Taylor was sentenced to six years' probation under a deal to plead guilty to sexua:l misconduct and patronizing an underage prostitute. The former New York Giants star linebacker was initially charged with third-degree rape among other counts. Chris Paul Would Not Sign A Contract Extension With Celtics New Orleans Hornets point guard Chris Paul would not be open to signing a longterm contract extension with the Baston Celtics. PAUL Such an extension would be considered crucial if the Boston Celtics and the New Orleans Hornets were to come to terms on a potential trade for the All-Star guard. "Let all the CP3-to-Boston chatter cease. CP will not sign long-term ext with Celtics, according to source close to situation," Broussard said in a tweet. Broussard originally reported that the Boston Celtics would be open to trad ing star point guard Rajon Rondo in return for a legiti mate scoring presence. It has since been reported that the club has spoken to the New Orleans Hornets about acquir ing Paul, a point guard who is considered to have a much more polished scoring game than Rondo. They have also reportedly spoken to the Indiana Pacers. Stanford Assistant Coach Chester McGiockton Dies STANFORD, CA -Chester McGlockton, a four-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman who emerged as a talented assistant coach and mentor at Stanford, died Wednesday. He was 42. McGlockton also spent time helping the San Francisco 49ers and former Cardinal coach Jim Harbaugh his former racquetball partner -during training camp this summer as part of the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship. Harbaugh expressed sad ness and shock upon hearing of McGlockton's death. Stanford said the school's defensive assistant died overnight. A native of CHESTER MCGLOCKTON Whiteville, N.C., McGlockton starred at Clemson before being selected 16th overall by the Los Angeles Raiders in 1992. He played 12 seasons in the NFL. He made all four of his Pro BowLappearances while with the Raiders from 1994-1997. ., r-0 :!! c )> (/) m z ::! z m r-OJ c rr-m ::! z "'tJ c OJ r-en :c m c m < m ::u < -f c m en c )> z c ., :!! c

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MR. ANTHONY 'POP'GADIS Graveside services for Mr. Anthony "Pop" Gadis, who passed away on Wednesday, November 23, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 3 2011, at 11 a. m. at Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Avenue, with Evangelist Cassandra Grandville and Pastor William Grandville, officiating. Interment will follow. Anthony "Pop" Gadis was a native of Tampa, one of 12 children born December 20, 0 1956. He attended the local schools of Hillsborough ff: County and worked landscape ing. He was the son of the late Mary Jane Rowe and Rufus Gadis. He was preceded in death 0 by: his siblings, Richard Dean en Gadis, Betty Jones, Rufus W "Toby" Gadis and Yolanda ::J Gadis. 1-He leaves behind to cherish his memories: 3 children, 2 w sons and 1 daughter, Shamia > Jones (Joseph); grandchilW dren, Derrick Davis and 0 Jezreel; sisters and brothers, W Tommie Lee Anderson, J: Rudolph Gadis, Delando Gadis, Sr., Emma Dean ...J Brown, Cassandra Grandville (William), Reche Gadis Q. (Gene) and Elaine Everhart z (Charles); very dear girli= friend of 5 years, Deborah w Williams; and a host, of ...J nieces, nephews and cousins. ...J The viewing will be held at ::J Aikens Funeral Home on FriI:D day, December 2 2011, from irl s-8 p. m. The family will rez ceive friends from 5-6 p. m. i= The family and friends are z asked to meet at the cemetery W on Saturday, December 3 en 2011, for the service. <( AIKENS FUNERAL HOME 0 a: 0 ...J LL. MRS. FRANCELIA YVONNE RODRIGUEZ Homegoing services for Mrs. Francelia Yvonne Rodriguez ofTampa, who passed away on November 23, 2011, will be on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Revelations Community M. B. Church, 7225 East Chelsea St., Dr. G. B. Robinson, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Francelia Yvonne Rodriguez was born in Tampa. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and family, listening to music and reading her Bible. She was a Chane) fan. She was precede d in death by: her parents, Willie Maude Couzens and Francisco Rodriguez; sister, Shirley Ann Freeman; and grandmother, Anna Wynne Carlisle. She leaves to cherish her loving memories: spouse, Leo Robinson; daughters, Nikki Holmes, Natalie Hannah and Narielle Freeman; stepson Christopher Hannah; grandchildren, Alexander Pasco, Alexia Pasco, Anias Freeman, Jaesir Thompson, Jazzlyn Thomp son, Arianna J enkins, Omari Holmes and Joeniqua Pasco; great grandchild, Aniyah Brooks; brothers, Walter Freeman ( Ella Jean), Larry Freeman (Maras Ann), Angelo Freeman (Rose), Jerry Couzens (Lois ) Aundre Rodriguez, Jeffery Couzens and Juan Couzens (Juanita); sister, Regina Glenn; aunts, Lucy Nell St. Claire; uncle, George Wynn; close friend, Pat Muldrow; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, December 2 2011, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME <( FUNERAL 0 CRISIS CWIATION PRICES 626JAMESBARMoNLFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MR.KWAME Y.BAKER Mr. Kwame Y. Baker of 701 West Woodlawn Avenue, passed away Wednesday, November 23,2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 3 2011 at 3 p. m : at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 West Nassau Street, with Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Kwame Baker was a native of Tampa and a resident for 33 year s He attended Hillsborough High School and was a member of Pilgrims Res t Missionary Baptist Church. Kwame was a much loved person. He loved his bicycles, his radio and shopping. But most of all, he loved to dress! Kwame was the kind of person who would call his family daily to check on them and end the call with I love you." Kwame' s favorite quote was "Let me borrow some money." He will be truly missed. He was preceded in death b y : his brother, Kawayne Davis; great grandmothers, Ida Roberts and Pame r Bake r ; and grandfathers, Henry Davis and H enry Outlaw. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Brenda Davis; father, Malachi Baker, Sr. (Katrina); sisters, Taquanda Baker (Bill), Tawana Baker (Robert), Stephanie Baker, Monique Little and Carolyn Dennard (William), all of Tampa, and Tammy Baker of Ft. Myers, FL; brothers, Keon Lee, Keron Murray, Malachi Baker, Jr., Gregory Baker, Michael Baker and Ronald Baker, all of Tampa, Tory Hudson of Georgia, and Matthew Baker and Timothy Bake r of Tampa; grandmothers, Eva Mae Davis and Ruby Baker, both of Tampa; grandfather, Bernard Andrews Sr. (Wanda); aunts, Selena Davis, Vanessa Davis, Mary Thompson (Horace) of Georgia; uncles, Barrett Roberts, Bernard Andrews, Jr. (Sharon) of Ft. Myers, FL, Kevin Andrews, Derrick Jones, Stephon Jones, John Graham and Monroe Graham, all of Tampa; great aunts, Alfreda Roberts (Carl), Theresa Roberts, Bernice Hobdy (Jesse), and .Jessi e Mac Andrews, all of Tampa; great uncles, Alton Roberts Darren Roberts and Harry Andrews, all of Tampa; nieces, Miquanda, Jackie, Ke'Niyah, Ke'Ajah, Ke'Moni, Ke'Onni, Tiana, Tiara, Ronesha and Ty'Riana; nephews, Maurice, Marquis, Barack, Keron, Jr., Ke'Mondre, Zyon, Lil' Reggie, Terrell, James, Jr., Frank, William, Jr., and Rondrc; and a hos t of other sorrowing family members, including the Walker, Keaton, Little, Baker, Perry, Mosley, Youngblood, Robertson, Newton, Lee, Roberts, Jackson, Anderson Barnhill, Brown, Johnson and Dawes fan1ilies. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 2, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. Mrs. Nesby Mosley of 7009 Interbay Boulevard, #-306, Tampa, passed away Tuesday, November 22,2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 3 2011, at 11 a. m. at Abundant Love Worship Center, 5808 East Hillsborough Avenue, with Pastor Albert Capdevila, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Mosley was a native of Port Tampa and resided there for 55 years. She was a member of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, 7401 Kissimmee Street in Port Tampa, FL. She was employed as a nurse at Tampa General Hospital. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, Nesby Grant (Alan) of Jupiter, FL; son, Rufus Beacham (Belvelene) of Port Tampa; grandchildren, Gerrad and Michael Grant of Jupiter, FL, Rufus, V Jonathan and James Beacham of Tampa; niece, Linda Henry of Jacksonville, FL; nephew, Keith Flagler (Helen) of Port Tampa; two sisters-in-law, Evelyn Flagler Shanks of Port Tampa, and Dorothy Beacham of Tampa; and a hos t of other loving relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 12 2011 at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.corn. IN lOVING MEMORY OF MARTIN 'MARTY' COOPER December 4, 2010 You left us with beautiful memories that will never fade away. Your smile, your love and wisdom; in our hearts will you forever stay. We miss you dearly, the Cooper, Reed, Stevens and family. PRINCESS NAKIA TONAl PERRY Princess Nakia Tonai Perry of 4110 East 98th Avenue, passed away Sunday, November 27,2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 2 p. m. at College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 North 30th Street, with Elder Kevin Hobbs, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Princess Nakia Perry was a native of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 13 years. She attended Caminiti Exceptional Center School as an 8th grader. She leaves to cherish her memory: her mother, Monique Redding (Mufasa); father, Cleveland (Kimberly) Perry, IT; 5 brothers, Demetric Murray, Cleveland, Ill, Antonio, Xavier and De'Sbaun Perry; 3 sisters, Toni, Tonisha and Alexis Perry; grandparents, Doretha (Freddie) Ware, Billy Redding, Annie Mae Lee and Claxton (Arleather) Perry, Sr.; 2 nieces, Jalaycia and Calyce; 2 nephews, Jeffrey and Gene, III; 10 uncles, Michael (Sophia), Harry, Gary, RaMon, Dontae, Fredrick, Marcus, Julius, Claxton, Jr. (Alethia), and Dedric (Danyelle); 12 aunts, Sovonnia, LaSonya (Steve), Regina (Cyrus), Tracy (Joe), Felicia (Kendello), Anita (Marcellus), Eshonda, LaShaundra, Jackie, Aisha (Vermont), Glenda and Sophina; 13 great aunts and 12 great uncles; a very special aunt, LaVerne Redding; special cousins, Sheantea, Keonta, Vanessa, Silvia, Doreka, Kairee, Shanique, Lanni, Frankie, Linda, Sbawayne, Bridgette and Kim; godsister and godbrother, Ozyia, Jr. and Zniya Norwood; a host of other cousins and friends; and very special supporting families, the Royals and Simmons. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 2 2011 at Ray \ov-illiams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.ravwilliamsfuneralhome.com.

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Funerals/Memoriams MRS. SALLIE B. STEPHENS Mrs. Sallie B. Stephens of 2108 North Grady Avenue, passed away Thursday, November 24, 2011. Funeral services will convene Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 11 a.m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, with Pastor Anthony Greene of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. -Mrs. Sallie B. Stephens was a native of Eufaula, Alabama, and a resident of Tampa for 55 years. She served for many years as a beloved First Lady of First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens and Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church (Bradley, FL), where her husband, the late Elder John Andrew Stephens served as Pastor for both congregations. She was also the owner of her family's restaurant, Big John's Alabama B-B-Q. Mrs. Stephens was preceded in death by: her husband of 53 years, Elder John A. Stephens; her son, Albert Benito Stephens; and her daughter, Eunice Stephens Gipson. She leaves to cherish her memory and celebrate her life: Ms. Jabessa (Beth) Major, Mrs. April D. Moreno and husband, John, Mrs. Frannie Scaglione and husband, Nick, Mr. Stewart Stephens and wife, Jackie, Mr. David E. Stephens and wife, Leatta, Mr . Steve B. Stephens and wife, Marion and Mr. Fred H. Stephens. She also leaves behind: sixteen grandchildren, twenty-one great-grandchildren, and a host of nephews, nieces and friends The remains will repose from 6-8 p.m., Friday, December 2, 2011 at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, 4025 West Palmetto Street. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfnneralhome.com. MS.JURUSHA TYSON Ms. Jurusha Tyson of Tampa passed away Wednesday, November 23, 2011. Homegoing service will be held Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church, 4202 West Nassau Street, with Rev. Dr. Linda C. Reese, pastor, officiating, and Pastor Nathaniel Sims. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Tyson was born on February 6, 1945, in Flint, Georgia, to Lemmie and Mamie L. Williams. Jurusha was a graduate of Howard W Blake High School, Class of 1963, with special acknowledgement to the Class of 1961. She worked at Tropical Garment and later with the Hillsborough County School System as a teacher's assistant, working with disabled children. Jurusha accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. However, she later rejoined Pilgrims Rest Missionary Baptist Church. Jurusha leaves to cherish her memory: her son, Veter L. Dixon (Pamela Dixon); daughter, Sheritta Flowers (David Flowers); grandchildren, Kerreck Wright, Vernetta Dixon, Kimberly McCall, Daphne Dixon, Desiree Dixon, Danielle Flowers, and Datiana Flowers; great grandchildren, Aryana Duggan, Lennox Desmond Duggan, Ill and Tatiana McNish; sisters, Mamie P. Sims (Roland Sims) and Barbara A. Edwards; brothers, Julius C. Williams (Gladies Williams) and Leonard Fisher; aunts, Jessie Lee, Oppie Lee Johnson, Gladys Williams, Cora Bell Sims and Annie Pearl McGigor; a host of nieces and nephews; and other wonderful relatives and friends, as well. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 2, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 nu MRS. FLOSSIE B. FERGUSON WEEKS The homecoming celebration for Mrs. Flossie B. Ferguson Weeks, who passed away in a local hospital in Sun City, FL, on November 25, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 1 p.m. at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 4618 N. Florida Avenue, Rev. Herbert D. McFadden, pastor, officiating. Flossie was born in Sacamore, Georgia, on June 24, 1938. She attended school in Hillsborough County. Flossie leaves behind: a loving sister, DorothyW. McDowell (James) of Rochester, NY; two brothers, Charles R. Williams (Belevan) and Albert Williams of Tampa; niece, Pamela Likely (William) of Rochester, NY; three adopted nieces, Linda Williams (James), Sabrina Bell (Paul) and Felecia Prather (James), all of Tampa; three nephews, James R. McDowell (Winnie) of Rochester, NY, Troy E McDowell (Diana) of Plant City and Cedric Robinson of Tampa; an adopted nephew, Willie Harris (Cherita) of Atlanta, GA; cousins, Clint Harvey (Kate), Gregory Harvey (Myra), Leon Harvey, Thomas Harvey, Timothy Harvey, Dorothy and Evette Harvey, Robin Harvey and Sonya Harvey, all of Rochester, NY, Tanya Harvey of Atlanta, GA, Minister Leonard Jenkins of Mississippi, and Mae Frances Woodard of Wmter Haven, FL; three great nieces, Jana'e McDowell of Rochester, NY, Giselle McDowell of Plant City, FL, and LoRaind Robinson of Tampa; four great nephews, Cyle, Trenton and Mallek Likely and James McDowell, all of Rochester, NY; and godchildren, Heaven, Ayz'sha and Diego, all of Tampa; special friends, Sylvia Russell of Arcadia, FL, Gloria Green, Carol Chaney, Sadie Bryant and Pat Ward and family, all ofTantpa. The remains will repose at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa on Friday, December 2, 2011 from 4-5 p. m. The family will receive friends at New Birth Missionary Baptist Church, 4618 Nortlt Florida Avenue, Tampa, from 6-Sp.m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church ut 12:45 p.m. on Saturday, December 3, 2011. Arrungements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home. MR. KELVIN JEROME WATSON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Kelvin Jerome Watson of Plant City, who passed away on Monday, November 28, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Revealing Truth Ministries, 5201 N. Armenia Avenue, Tampa, with the pastor, Rev. Gregory Powe, officiating. Interment will be at Hillsboro Memorial Gardens, Brandon, FL. Mr. Watson was born on June 4, 1962, in Suffolk, Virginia. He relocated from Washington, D. C. to the Tampa Bay area in 1992. He was the Finance Director at Lakeland Chrysler Dodge Jeep. He was preceded in death by: his daughter, Angelique I. Watson; and his beloved mother, Mary Jones. Mr. Watson is survived by: his loving and devoted wife, Jynette T. Watson of Plant City, FL; son, Krystian Jerome Watson; daughter, Khloe Jynette Watson; step-daughter, Amelia Watson; sister, Melissa White; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. There will be a viewing on Friday, December 2 20U, from 5-9 p. m. at Wtlson Funeral Home with the family receiving friends in the chapel from 5-6 p. m. Friends are asked to assemble on Saturday at approximately 10:45 a. m. at the church. "A WILSON'S SERVICE" www.wiJson-funera1home.com FAMilY NEEDS HElP SCOTTY To all those who knew Scotty and just want to donate, the frunily needs help with his funeral. Contact person, Lanavia Scott, (813) 384-9958. Earth Has No Sorrow, That Heaven Cannot Heal. MS. VERNA MAE (BURNSIDE) SMITH A memorial homegoing celebration for Ms. Verna Mae (Burnside) Smith, who passed away November 30, 2011, will be held Saturday, December 3, 2011, at 1 p. m. at 3302 28th Avenue. She leaves to mourn her passing: 3 daughters, Cheryl Fowler, Wendy Brewster (Bruce), and Tina Buggs; 1 son, Edward Lee Miller (Maria); 13 grandchildren, 14 great grandchildren and 4 great, great grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and friends, who c m (") m :: m m ::0 1\) 0 _.. _.. all love her. The memorial service will be r for inmtediate family and a me-g morial homegoing celebration C will be at the above address. )> HOMEGOING MEMORIAl VINCENT TILLMAN Homegoing memorial at Aikens Funeral Home, 12/2/2011 at 6 p.m. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ZEZONY. SIMS ALLEN Dec. 6, 1959-Oct.12 2011 We miss you o much and love you. From: your husband Leonard childr n Robert and Mauri ; siblir\gs Y K Q, Elmore, III, Gloria, Tony and tlte entire family. (/) m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m ::::! z ""D c: m c (/) ::::: m c m < m ::0 -< -i c: m (/) c )> z c :::D c C) m 1\) _.. I )>

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Memoriams/Card of Thanks TIWAN S. CHAPMAN THANK YOU w (.) w c >=' <( c a: Ll. <( I N N w 0 7/05/1985-11/25/2010 It has been one year since we heard your voice, saw your smile and hugged you. You are in our every thought, every day and you are forever in our hearts Love, Mom, Vension, Velicia, Antony, U lyssicia and Kamilah. m oonstJer tunemlllome affo_!d. anything less than setVice, or to leave you with less than . --. oor boss. ._._,,.;_-........... -oC for. all,-yoo're the ore we answer to. 3.. "'We arrange fun.emls, we don\ sell them. It is our responsibility to honor your wishes and respect your budget. 4 We like meeting families, not goals. Uke you, we are a pan of this community supporting our neighbors when they need us. 5 We spend time with you. Arranging a fitting tribute is imponant to you, and you dont deserve to be rushed. FUNERAL HOME 300l N. 29th St Tampa, Fl33605 {800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 W'IN-I.wilson-funeralhome.com Wayne L Bright Manager It's been 8 years, but it seems like yesterday. We love and miss you. Love, the Starks and Reynolds family. IN MEMORIAM LILLIER D. REED 9/19/49-11/27/10 Mom, it' s been 1 year since you were taken to our lovely Father in heaven. But, it's not one day that we don't miss you! We miss you and loving you so dearly, the pain hasn' t gone away and I don' t think it will! That pretty smile that everyone misses that lights up the whole room. We will see you again in due time. Love you. From, your daughter, son and grandkids, Rose "Mimi" Thomas, Isadore Reed, ill, DeShawn, Alexander, Shareese and family CARD OF THANKS MARGIE JEANETIE BAKER We, the family of Margie (Jean) Baker would like to thn.nk each and every one of you for your kindness during our time of bereavement. Your prayers, food, money, flowers and love were grently appreciated. We give spccinl thnnks to: Rev. Robert Glass, Jr. for a specinl sermon, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor T. W. Jenkins and Wilson Funernl Home. God bless you all. Love, the family. BETIY REYNOLDS A MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY OF DELLA PEARL BUSH VICKERS January 9, 1930-November23, 2010 We love and miss you deeply, darling Della. Rest in peace and thanks for the memories. "Vick," Michael (Yolanda), Traci, and other family members, relatives and friends. CARD OF THUIS SHARON DENISE WRIGHT The family of Sharon Denise Wright would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation to our friends and neighbors for allowing God to use you as a vessel to bless us with your love and com fort during our time of be reavement. Sharon was very loyal and supportive of her family and you all proved to be just as supportive in our time of need. A special thanks to: l.n ternational Longshoremen Association Local 1402, Aikens Funeral Home staff, and Rev. Evan Burrows, Pas tor of First Baptist Church Of College Hill family. The Wrig\tt family. WALTER E. MENTION, SR. Perhaps you sent a lovely card, or sat quietly in a chair. Perhaps you sent a floral piece, if so, we saw it there. Perhaps you spoke the kindest words, as any friend could say. Perhaps you were not there at all, just thought of us that day. Whatever you did to console our hearts, we thank you so much whatever the part. The Mention and Hermitt family. Many thanks to all. CARD OF THANKS MOTHER EMMA LGROOMS The family of the late Mother Emma L Grooms wishes to acknowledge all acts of kindness shown during her illness and subsequent demise. Your phone calls, visits, food and other expressions of kindness are deeply appreciated. Special thanks to: Bishgp Matthew Williams and the members of Brown' s Memo rialCOGlC. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for (813) 248-1921

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Crime: Murder suspect Sights 'Stand Your Ground' law As Reason To Dismiss Charge TREVOR DOOLEY Hillsborough County J;>ublic School bus driver, Trevor Dooley, was arrested and charged with manslaughter on September 26, 2010 as the result of a fatal altercation Dooley had with a neighbor, David James, 41. Deputies said James was playing basketball with his 8year-old daughter near their home and gave a 14-year-old boy permission to skateboard on the basketball court. Dooley reportedly saw James give the teen permission, and came out of his house, saying skateboarding was not allowed. Witnesses said Dooley had turned to leave when James closed the distance between them, yelling at Dooley for using profanity in front of his daughter. Witnesses further reported that James caught up with Dooley, spun him around, and Dooley went to the ground. James reportedly landed on top of Dooley. Dooley shot and killed James. Dooley, 70, wants to invoke Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' law as a defense, and his attorney, Ronald Tulin, has filed a motion with the court seeking the charges against Dooley be dismissed on those grounds. Dooley was also charged with improper exhibition of a weapon, and open carrying of a weapon. Suspects Sought In String 01 Robberies Tampa Police detectives are searching for suspects in a string of armed robberies that have targeted businesses along the Armenia Avenue corridor. Detectives believe the Sory's Wigs and Fashion and the Choladas Restaurant robberies were carried out by the same suspects. The Vince's Grocery and El Chuzo Barbecue robberies could also be related. Detectives said it is unclear if there are two different groups committing these robberies or if. they are working together. According to police the first robbery occurred November 21st at 7:50 p.m. at Sory's Wigs and Fashion, 8ooo North Armenia Avenue. The suspects in that robbery are described as a Black male and two Hispanic males. Detectives said two of the suspects spoke English to the victims during the robbery, and were seen flee ing to a waiting vehicle. The second robbery occurred November 25th at Vince s Grocery 7215 North Rome Avenue, and the sus pects were described as two Black males in their mid 20S. The third robbery occurred on November 26th at Choladas Restaurant, 6729 North Armenia Avenue. The three suspects in that robbery were described as Hispanic males. The fourth robbery occurred at El Chuzo Barbecue, 7101 North Armenia, and the suspects in that robbery were described as two Black males, 18 to 24 years old. No one was injured during any of the robberies, and detectives don't have a description of the getaway vehicle used in the first rob bery. 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 those less fortunate 44, 48, 51, 54 Store Owner Shot During Robberv Hillsborough County Sheriff's detectives are investigating a robbery that occurred Wednesday night at the BP Gas Station, 9702 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Deputies said at 8:26 p. m., two men entered the store and made a demand for money: The suspects then reportedly tried to take money from the owner. A struggle ensued. A shot was fired during the struggle and the owner, identified as Tae Chun Kang, 42, was struck in the leg. The suspects fled the store. Deputies said two members of the victim's family were in a back room when the robbery occurred. Kang was hospitalized with a non-life threatening injury. The suspects are described as Black males. Detectives Search For Armed Robberv Suspect ROBBERY SUSPECT Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office detectives are looking for a man suspected in at least two armed robberies. Detectives said both rob beries occurred during early morning hours Wednesday and in each of the robberies, the suspect entered the business, displayed a gun and demanded money After get ting the cash, the suspect fled in a dark blue Hyundai Elantra. The first robbery occurred at the 7-11 Store at 8305 West Hillsborough Avenue. The second robbery occurred at the Chevron Gas Station at 6601 Hanley Road. The suspect in both rob beries is described as a Black "T1 male in his 30s, 5'9" tall, and 5 weighing between 200 and :::C 240 pounds. en m z Three People wounded In Shooting, Suspect Sought :::! z m r-aJ c r rm :::! z LAKELAND -The Lakeland Police Department is reporting that on November 26th at 1:15 a. m., officers responded to the Warehouse Bar, 3070 New Tampa Highway, on a report of a shooting. When officers arrived they found three victims suffering from gunshot wounds. One of the victims, J amarl Capel, 25, had been shot in the arm and chest A second victim, Ellie McGary, 27 was hit with an unknown object in t he head and a third victim, George Degroat, 34, was shot in the leg Police said Capel and McGary were transported to a hospital by EMS and Degroat was transported by a private vehicle An initial investigation shows that a physical alterca tion between several patrons began inside the bar and spilled outside. At some point during the altercation, one of the patrons started shooting. Police have no one in custody at this time. According to reports, Capel is listed in critical, but stable condition, and Degroat was treated and released. No information was released on McGary. JAMARL CAPEL ... shot twice. ELLIE MCGARY . struck in head with unknown object. Police later identified the shooter as Shawndell Artis, 20. He was arrested Tuesday evening and charged with two counts of GEORGE DEGROAT .. shot in the leg. SHAWNDELLARTIS arrested Tuesday. aggravated battery with a firearm and possession of a firearm by a felon. He also had two active warrants on drug charges.

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Acknowledge All Your Hari:l Wor.k & oeterml .. Center Of Tampa r 1 CEDRICA JACKSON HONORS: High Honor Roll and High Academic Achievers pARENT: Cedric Jackson GRANDPARENTS: Renita and Joseph Williams, and Robert Troupe (Bally) HOBBIES: Computer Chess Step, Knitting, and Crocheting CHURCH: Bible Study at Home/ Floats SAMARIAHN. JACKSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT: Che ry l Jackson GRANDPARENT: Arthur Roby (Caldonia) HOBBIES: Reading, Writing, Drama, and Fashion CHURCH: St. James AMEChurch Ched Oul Our Enhanced Websile: www.flsentinel.com Now 1 And Morel STEPHAUNN. JACKSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENT: Cheryl Jackson GRANDPARENT: Arthur Roby (Caldonia) HOBBIES: Singing, Art, and Fishing CHURCH: St. James AMEChurch & .$1/ r iJ" r .. SABRINA MAYER HONORS: Principal s Honor Roll and P e rfect At tendance PARENT: Silvana M aye r HOBBIES: Guitar a nd Knitting RASHEEDAH MOUNT HONORS: High Honor Roll and Perfect Atten dance PARENTS: Shannon Harris and Odell Mount GRANDPARENTS: Cheryl Howard, and Blak e and Ermie Harris HOBBIES: Shoppin g Skating, Swimming and Bas k e tball CHURCH: Evening Star Tabernacle Baptist Church LYRIC J. VICKERS HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Joanna Har ris and Larry Vickers GRANDPARENTS: Joe and Julian Harris and Susan Austin HOBBIES: Dancing Singing Art, and Comput ers CHURCH: Northside Missionary Baptist Church Bartels Middle School JONATHAN CHARLES ASHE AUJA K. SAUNDERS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: TonyaJames and Terry Saunders GRANDPARENTS: Frank James and Denese Meteye James AUNT AND UNCLE: Bernadette James and Frank James, Jr. HOBBIES: Dancing, Music, and Computer Brandon High School JASMINE JOHNSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Ric k ey and HONORS: Prin c ip a l s T e r es a Lundy, and John-Honor Roll and P erfec t ni e Johnson Attendance GRANDPARENTS: PARENT: June Ashe Son y a Harper, Willie GRANDPARENT: Mrs. Newsome Dorothy Jor-Bettye L. Ashe dan and Tony and Julia HOBBIES: Bask e tball Lundy Football Drums and HOBBIES: Dancing Reading Being on Computer, and CHURCH: Mt. Calvary Spending time her SDA Church brother and cousm uThe Voice of Our Speaking for Itself" r-ALEXIS WHEATLEY HONORS: High Honor Roll, and Citizenship; also In ALL Advance Classes PARENTS: Miranda and Anthony Wheatley GRANDPARENTS: Margaret Butler and the late William J. Butler, Sr., (Tampa); Jackie Bowman, Sandra McCaskill and the late Andrew McCaskill, (Pittsburgh, PA) HOBBIES: Cheerlead ing, Dancing, Singing, and Modeling CHURCH: First Union Missionary Baptist Church Cahoon Elementary School ADAM ANDREWS HONOR: Citizenship PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) An drews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe An drews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing Bas ketball Video Games, and Golf CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace

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0 Honor Roll Collins Elementary School Dunbar Magnet Elementary School Giunta Middle School a: w Ill w (J w c c a: L1. HERMIONE ANDREWS HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) An drews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe An drews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Playing with her dolls and watching TV CHURCH: First Baptist c Church of Temple Terrace a: L1. c z a: w > w c w ::I: en :J Ill ::) a. z i= w ...1 ...1 ::) Ill WILLIAM ANDREWS, IV HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) An drews, III uj GRANDPARENTS: z Mrs. Gloria Andrews and i= the late Mr. C Blythe Anffi drews, Jr.; and Mr. and en Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) ( Berry a: HOBBIES: Drawing, o Writing Stories and Reading CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace DREW JOHNSON HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll PARENTS: Donnell and Tanya Williams GRANDPARENTS: Earlie and Brenda Williams HOBBIES: Praise Dance and Singing CHURCH: House of Praise COG I C Colson Elementary School ZA' MAYA YOLANDA GANIT HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: LaTasha Allen and Chris Gantt GRANDPARENTS: Yolanda Allen and Patrick Allen HOBBIES: Reading and Watching TV CHURCH: Mt. Tabor M. B. Church HAIR SALON _. .:1 ...... -',1 :;.,;.-4707 E. BUSCH BLVD. SUITE 102 Ill I N w 0 BlOW OIJJrl SPIClALS $45.00 S25.00 t 5ll'l, I JALISSA WALKER HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Richard and Yomika McCalpine GRANDPARENT: Myrtle Walker HOBBIES: Cheerleading CHURCH: Mt. Olive AMEChurch NICHOLAS WALKER HONORS: High Honor Roll, Citizenship, and Per fect Attendance PARENTS: Richard and Yomika McCalpine GRANDPARENT: Myrtle Walker HOBBIES: Football, Reading and Writing CHURCH: Mt. Olive AMEChurch Edison Elementary School SONIJAH MARTIN HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Tiffany and Robert Martin GRANDPARENTS: Pearl Highsmith (Mamie), Sonya Graham, and Henry Ma1tin HOBBIES: Shopping, Eating, and Reading CHURCH: New Bethel LYANNTONAE BROWN HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Christina and Christopher Brown GRANDPARENTS: Ruth and Robert Shuler HOBBIES: Dancing, Singing, and Cheering CHURCH: Progress Vil lage 7th Day Adventist Church KYLAH FIELDS HONORS: High Honor Roll and AVID Program PARENTS: Ashle y San ford and Eric Fields GRANDPARENTS: Son ya and Ron Sanford Sr. ; Eddie and Berthenia Fields; and Elsie and Freddie Hires HOBBIES: Playing Vol leyball Computer Fash ion Designs, Enjo ys Solving Math Problems Youth Usher, and Sings in the Youth Choir CHURCH: Macedonia M. B. Church CHAKAYLAD. SIMMONS HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Citizen ship PARENTS: Teresa Gird ner-Simpson and the late Calvin Darrell Simmons; Sisters, Chekeil Simmons and Altaneisha Washington GRANDPARENT: Calvin Simmons GREAT GRANDMOTHER: Evelyn Sim mons HOBBIES: TV, Tele phone and WII Game Greco Middle School RHIANNONF. CHAPMAN HONORS: High Honor Roll, Citizenship, and Perfect Attendance PARENTS: Benjamin and LaShawnda Chapman GRANDPARENTS: Barbara J. Harris and Ella Rose Chapman HOBBIES: Singing, Dancing, Arts and Crafts, Jewelry Making CHURCH: Oak Hill Mis sionary Baptist Church RElAxER & WRAp ____ $40 DEsiGN MIZANI NAIRObi RollANd AlTER EGO TREATMENTS: ColoR ....... $}() SpikE. .. _.$}() BLowour Up Do's \n : AvocAdo -PlAaNTA Hor on Aloe \U\ HAlRSl)lllsrs Needed

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r-. -, Hillsborough 1. James ., ;, --=, Orange Grove B. High School Elementary : Middle Magnet o \ ' JAMES MAYHUE HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: LaTisha George GRANDPARENT: Rossie George HOBBIES: Sports and Video Games CHURCH: New Salem P. B. Church DONNEYSHA WILLIAMS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Donnell Williams and Stephanie Singletary GRANDPARENTS: Earlie and Brenda Williams HOBBIES: Dancing, Singing, and Stepping CHURCH: House of Praise COGIC ri School Sc-hool i AYLAANDREWS HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) An drews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe An drews, Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Karate and Compute r Games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace CYRIL B. ANDREWS, IV HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Sylvia) An drews, III GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Gloria Andrews and the late Mr. C. Blythe An drews Jr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Peterkin (Jeanette) Berry HOBBIES: Hanging with friends, running, playing golf, karate, and playing video games CHURCH: First Baptist Church of Temple Terrace ISAIAH ANDERSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Dan and Areatha Anderson GRANDPARENTS: James and Eartha Daniels, and Greg and Rita Forrest HOBBIES: Singing, Sports, and Rapping CHURCH: New Mt. Zion M B Church Kimbell Elementary School DESTINEE COOPER HONOR: Principal s Honor Roll PARENTS: Bud and Trellis Cooper GRANDPARENTS: Marie Hayes and Jennie Cooper HOBBIES: Reading and Computer Games CHURCH: New Mt. Zion URIELDIX HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Matthew and Regina Dix GRANDPARENTS: Velma Baily and Lessie Hooks HOBBIES: Baseball and Video Games CHURCH: Little Rock Church Of God By Faith lutz Preparatory School KYNDALL JOHNSON HONOR: Honor Roll PARENTS: Ishmon A. and Tameca Johnson GRANDPARENTS: Shirley Porter, Gwendolyn Johnson, and the late IshmonJohnson HOBBIES: Ballet, Hip Hop, and Tap Dance Vio lin, Swimming, Reading, and Traveling CHURCH: First Baptist Church of College Hill Check Us Out On Facebook And Follow Us On Twitter At twitter.com/ FLSENTINELB PATRICK JACKSONWILLIAMS HONORS: High Honor Roll and Perfect Atten dance :tl 1\) 0 ...... ...... PARENTS: Patricia Jackson and the late Alexander Williams ., GRANDPARENTS: The 5 late Alexander and Bertha :!! Jackson and Leona Williams HOBBIES: Horseback z Riding, Swimming, :::! Singing, Acting, and Play-z ing the Cello m CHURCH: Revealing Truth Ministries c: Pizzo Elementary School JASMINE WELCH-IQLL HONORS: Student of the Month and Citizenship PARENTS: Javon Hill and Jiselle Garrett GRANDPARENTS: Jimmy Welch, Cindy Welch and Cookie HOBBIES: Cheerlead ing, Reading, and Com.; puters r rm :::! z "'tt c: m c en :::z::: m c rn < m c: m en ,. z c ., :tl 6

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Roll C\1 C\1 a: I w m ::2: w () w c c a: LL c z JAVON HILL, JR. HONORS: High Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Javon Hill and Jiselle Garrett GRANDPARENTS: Jimmy Welch, Cindy Welch and Cookie HOBBIES: Football and Computers <( c c en w ::J 1-JOAQUIN WELCH i:i: W HONORS: Honor Roll G:'i and Citizenship c PARENTS: Joli Welch w and Rashard Lanier GRANDPARENTS: ::i Jimmy Welch and Cindy Welch D.. HOBBIES: Video Z Games, Using the Comtij puter, Playing Games, ...J Soccer, Drawing, and ...J ::J Reading m ...J Rogers Middle School w en ( a: 0 ...J LL SHERICKAB. GRACE HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Seyerick Grace and Stacye Grace GRANDPARENTS: Harold and Janie Adams HOBBIES: Video Games, Using the Com puter, Reading and m Singing od-CHURCH: New St. w Matthew Missionary Bape, tist Church St. Peter Claver Catholic School CRATIANA ROBINSON HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Shonda and Corey Perry and Cedric Jackson GRANDPARENTS: Frances Williams, R e nita Williams, Charles Harris and Joseph Williams HOBBIES: Reading, Drawing, Crossword Puz zles and Spelling Sheehy Elementary School JOQUEZ SMITH HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran ; Jimmy Lee and Leavonne Nichols; Walter Smith Sr., and the late Joe L. Howard HOBBIES: Football (Fair Oaks Rattlers); Baseball (North Semi nole); Hip Hop (Tampa Gym and Dance); Hang ing with father and barber (Mr. Dirt-Old Roots); Video Games, Football and More Football WALTA VIA SMITH HONORS: Citizenship (Kindergarten) and Kids For Character PARENTS: Walter and Joann Smith GRANDPARENTS: Sam and Eva Cochran; Jimmy Lee and Nichols; Walter Sm1th, Sr., and the late Joe L. Howard HOBBIES: Cheerleading (Fair Oaks Rattl ers); Soft ball (North S e minole); Hip Hop and Ballet (Tampa Gym and Dance); Shopping, Girls Pamper Day; Family Time, and Spending Time with sib lings (Chakeria and Joquez) Tampa Bay Technical High School r--, PRESTON LAWRENCE, II HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll PARENT: Ms. Tonya Brooks GRANDPARENTS: Mrs. Renner Haynes Dorothy Hayes Ethel Chester, and Mr. John W. Brooks HOBBIES: Music, School, Church, Working at Publix, a member of the NSHSS Society, Basket ball, Writing Poems, and Loves God CHURCH: St. Luke AME Church ANTHONY WHEATLEY HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship PARENTS: Miranda and Anthony Wheatley GRANDPARENTS: Margaret Butler and the late William J. Butler, Sr., (Tampa); Jackie Bowman, Sandra McCaskill and the late Andrew McCaskill, (Pittsburgh P A) HOBBIES: Basketball, Track, Video Games, and Computers CHURCH: First Union Missionary Baptist Church B. T. Washington Elementary School KAYLANELSON HONORS: Honor Roll and Citizenship pARENT: Katrena Mitchell GRANDPARENTS: Cookie, Inez, Simuel Howard and Willie Mitchell HOBBIES: Dancing, Writing, and Helping Oth ers Westshore Elementary School ALLAN LEWIS HONOR: Student Of The Month PARENTS: AI and Chacarla GRANDPARENTS: Allison Lewis, Sr., and Betty Lewis HOBBIES: DSI, !Pad 2, and Monster Truck Collectibles CHURCH: St. Mark Bap tist Church Wilson Middle School YAHAIRA "HIDABOO" THOMAS HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Howard and Renee Thomas GRANDPARENTS: The late Mr. Joseph McRae and Mrs. Cynthia McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso (Shirley) Thomas, and Mr. James Copeland and wife HOBBIES: Reading, Track, Skating, and Danc ing. Y ahaira is a member of Sisters Achieving Suc cess Incorporated where she enjoys giving back to her community through food drives and cleanup projects CHURCH: Hope Of Shiloh Community Church

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SchooiNews Honor Roll Belle Witter Elementary School JAMARCUS ROBERTSON HONOR: Principal's Honor Roll PARENTS: Keldrick and Shayorka Robertson GRANDPARENTS: Mr. and Mrs. Derek (Jeanette) Bell; and Mr. and Mrs. Luarthur (Betty) Robertson, Sr. HOBBIES: Sports and Video Games CHURCH: Peace Pro gressive M. B. Church JACOB WILSON HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENT: T. D. Wilson HOBBIES: All Sports Wood mont Charter DASHON STRAWDER HONORS: Principal's Honor Roll and Student Of The Month PARENTS: Rodney and Tamica Strawder GRANDPARENTS: Bernard and Bernice Clark, and Nate and Ruth Strawder 'HOBBIES: Football, Track, and Soccer Young Middle Magnet School PARISOSAZE HONOR: High Honor Roll PARENTS: Dora Grant and Martin Osaze, Sr. GRANDPARENTS: Thomas and Barbara Dixon, and Peter Osaze, of Benin, Nigeria HOBBIES: Listening to Music, Shopping, Reading, and Using the Computer AKA's Plan Midtown Small Business Fair Members of Zeta Upsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will host a Midtown Fair on Saturday, December 3'ct. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Tan gerine Plaza 1794 22nd St., South, St Petersburg The Business Fair pro vides an opportunity to bring together small busi ness owners and entrepre neurs to showcase and sell their product s and services. It will focus on economic empowerment and increa s ing community awareness of buying local goods and serv ices from small businesses. The event is part of th e sorority's "Global Leadership Through Timeless Service," national program initiative. Attorney Carolyn House Stewart is the 28th International President of the organization The event is free and open to the public. School Board Appoints New m Supplier Diversitv OHicer The Hillsborough County School Board recently appointed Benjamin Moore as its new supplier diversity officer. Moore brings more than two decades of experi ence to this new responsibil ity. He will manage the outreach efforts to diverse vendors while overseeing the district's award-winning supplier diversity initiatives with local sinall businesses. Moore began his career with the district in 1983, working his way up to his most recent position as the Maintenance Unit manager at Maintenance West. In that capacity, he developed his proficiency for working with contractors, suppliers, and other vendors while managing the unit's responses to maintenance re quests at 85 sites. I am very excited about this new venture and, more importantly, about the future of the Office of Supplier Di-BENJAMIN MOORE ... New Supplier Diversity Officer for Hillsborough County Public School District takes Henry Ballard's place versity. The Hillsborough County Public Schools OSD has been a leader in the use of minority and womenowned business and I plan to continue to enhance and expand this model program During the next 90 days, I look forward to con-N ferring with the vendors in o ..... our database regarding our ..... OSD 2012 action plan," Moore said. "Because of Ben's expe rience as manager of Maintenance West, he brings a valuable set of skills as the Supplier Diversity Officer. His knowledge of procurement, awareness of how dis cretionary opportunities can be identified, and sensitivity to the importance of promptly responding to the needs of teachers and students make up the proven track record Ben brings to this position," Cathy Valdes, Chief Facilities Of ficer said. The school district's Office of Supplier Diversity (OSD) is responsible for the Small Business Encourage-ment program that is dedicated to re-investing taxpayer dollars back into the local community. z :::! z m Tampa Metro Section OfNCNW Monthly Meeting Tampa Metropolitan Sec tion of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. will hold its December and e nd of the annual yea r meeting on Satur da y (Dec. 3rd) 10 a.m., at Lee Davis NSC, (N. 22nd St. and E. 26th Ave.). Members are e ncoura ged to bring th e ir copy of the r e cent updated B y laws, Policies and Procedures for review, which was r evise d on Sept. 28, 2011. Members are a lso e n couraged to bring special funding for the Nationars Office regarding the "Lift The Legacy Appeal. Further, as a remind e r a Pot-Luck Meal and Christmas Society, chaired b y 1st VP, Teresa Morning, is planned to take place at the close of meeting. Members are encouraged to be present and on time. Gloria W. Davis, Public ity Chair, Electa D. Davis, President LAEVANS Peacemakers Initiative The LAEV ANS Peacemak ers Initiative meeting will be h eld on Saturday December 3 2011, 2 P. M. 4 P M. at the John F. Germany Library Downtov. r n Carmen Manis Room/2 n d Floor, 900 Ashley Street Tampa. Come and hear what law enforcement has to say about violence in the community. Invitations were sent to : Tampa Police Department FDLE, Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office and DEA. For additional info contact Helen Lacount Evans 813-r 843-0212 r Drum Major For Justice Parade Vendors interested in par ticipating in the 27th Annual National Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drum Major for Jus tice Parade in St Petersburg, are asked to attend one of the meetings listed : December 3 10 a. m., January 5, 6 p. m. January 7, 10 a. m. and Janu ary 14, 10 a.m. You must be registered to sell along the parade route. The meetings will be held at Bartlett Park Frank Pierce Center, 2000 7th St So., St. Pete (33705), 727-893-7731. For additional information ; call the Vendor Coordinator (813) 207.:.0003 or visit the website at www.spmlkparade.com. m :::! z ., c: IJJ c (/) :::I: m c m -4 c: m (/) c )> z c ::0 c

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5irthda Greetin s! N a: w m :E w (.) w c <( c a: LL KA'NIYA BECKWITH Happv Birthdav KA'NIYA BECKWITH Look who's turning "1," 1 2-1-11, Ms. Ka'Niya Beckwith. c a: LL c z <( c C/) w .... > a: w > w c C/) :::; m ll. z tu JACQUELINE SHEPPARD And KA'NIYA BECKWITH Happv Birthdav JACQUELINE SHEPPARD And KA'NIYA BECKWITH ...J ...J m ...J w z A bond that can t be broken, whether I'm with you physicall y or spiritually, momm y will always be there Happy 1st birthday to m y leading lady Ms. Ka'Niya Beckwith. i= z w C/) <( c a: 0 ...J LL Happy Binhday JAZMINE m Happy 15th birthday, Jazmine, and many more. rD You are growing up into a beautiful, young lady and we are all so proud of you and Da would be, too. if We love you. Happy 21th Birthday, Mahogany MZ.BLAQUE Special birthday wishes to my oldest daughter. May. God bless you to see many more. Mom pops, sisters, brother and family. Special wishes to my lady, First Lady." Happy birthday. Love, P.O.P. Happv Birthdav BJ, WILLIE BO AndWIZ Wishing m y daddy a happy birthda y on his special day I love you daddy. Happy 1st Birthdav TANIYAH CALHOUN Lil Miss Taniyah turned the big 1 December 1st. She will celebrate Sunday, December 4th at 3:30 p. m Birthda y wishes are sent from: Ariel (mama) Calhoun (daddy), Suga (big sister) Grandma Dian and Uncle Tyree! We love you, Tookie!! What Fun BABY'J' Turning 1 was too much fun for Jordan, he really enjoyed his day.

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DESTINY, JITT, THERESA BABY And MONJE Your auntie is still holding you down fighting for you and most of all praying for you With much love, from your family. lfs Mv Birthdav MS.J Happy birthday to our sis. From, your brothers, Shirley, Dee and Mr. Woodrow Allen. Shine on. 'MS. SNATCHIN' CHARISMA Another year wiser, another year stronger. Catiesha Charisma is celebrating her 26th birthday today on the 2011 Ultimate Party Bus. MRS. ETHEL P. HOOKER-COBB Birthday wishes to Madea, celebrating her 8oth birthday with family and friends H8PPV1SI Binhdav JORDAN Love mommy (Piggy). Come one, come all, join at your own risk. "If you did your thing then you can hang, otherwise, stay home." We will be departing from the casino at 11 p. m. See you there -Mick coming home bloodline status. Love, Twan, Myjah, Mickia and D'Michael. MARLON C. JACKSON, JR. Happy birthday wishes go out to Marlon C. Jackson, Jr., who will be six years old on Dec. 1, 2011. Marlon celebrated his birthday with a birthday bash in Or lando with family and friends. Happy birthday Marlon! We love you: daddy, mommie, Lil Jeno, Yasmen and Rickey. 0 :::c c )> Muchlove We love you daddy. Nydia, "Tee" and Temija. z ::! z m l tD c: r rm ::! z

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E All About You! C\1 ThankYou L1J m :E L1J u L1J c ><( c a: LL JORDAN We had a blast last Saturday for my son s 1st birthday. Thanks to all that came out to celebrate a very joyous day for me and my son. Love, the Smiley's. Meetin s LL Tampa Eagles Blue And White Night <( c en L1J :::::1 1-> a: L1J > L1J c L1J ':I: en :::::i m :::::1 ll. z i= L1J ..J ..J :::::1 m ..J w z i= z L1J en The Tampa Eagles will host its first get together Saturday, De cember 3, 2011 at the Horseshoe, 4206 E Chelsea St. This event is a fundraiser for the Tampa Eagles 2012 Reunion. For more information, contact Bobby Wilds (retired) at (813) 610-6733 BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST -2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 i.t 0 ..J LL WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Suoday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer Friday) .... 9 A.M Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. ....__ ___ ..... BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where Th8 Love Of God Flows And 1be H _oly Ghost Is In Full Control." sus Is I O\ P! u-. 1.., I ihnt}! Happv Birthdav & Congratulations JAMESHA Q. COBB Birthday wishes go out to Mesha Cobb, who will be ce lebrating her 15th birthday on December 3rd. She will celebrate with fam ily and friends. Congratulations are also in order to Mesha on making the Honor Roll winning Homecoming Princess for the Freshman class at Eastlake High School! Go Mesha!! We are proud of you and we love you: dad (James), mom (Toynetta), sissy (Tashyra), niece (Brooklynn), nephew (Damari), Gram.mie Ella Mae, aunties (Tonia & Belinda), the rest of the famil y and your Sentinel famil y NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 P astor Early M>ming 7 :55A.M. Sunday M001ing Worship-9:30A.M. M001ing Worshi p -1 0 :55 A. M Wed. Family N ight -7 P.M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minist Happy Birthdav JORDAN Happy birthday to our Iii brother Love: James, Jaime, Jace, Jamarion and big sis, Jyimeria (Smiley's). ARST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th. St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7 :50a.m Sunday School 9 :45a.m. Morning Worship 10 :50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6:30 p.m. Life Enrichment University NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave. 248-4127 Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9:30 A M MomirJg Worshi p 10:45 A M Bible Class 4:30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednes::lay Prayer Meeting 7 P M B ible Study 7 :30 P. St Mart Missionary Baptist Chtrcb 7221 S. SheniU Street Pt. Tampa Florida 33616 Visit our website at www.tbcch.org (813) 839-5263 or Email us at info@fbcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW -6 :00 P.M Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7:00P.M

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Called To Be Blessed This week s lesson about Abraham recorded in Genesis 12:1-9 demonstrates God's willingness to call His people to be blessed and the covenant He makes with them. God' s people today must realize that He has called them and made a promise with them to be blessed. If you follow God's directives you can live a blessed life. Consider the first instructions God gave to Abram: "Leave your country, your people and your father's house and go to the land that I will show you" (vs. 1). This verse alone gives rise to why so many people miss out on opportunities to be blessed by God. God's instruction to Abram was to leave his place of familiarity and dependency. God wanted him to get to a place where his trust was in God and God alone. God wants to give humanity a fresh clean start. Sometimes that start is in a new place away from the things associated with the past. This place of new begin ning is an undisclosed location that will be later revealed. The destination is not important at this point. The primary task right now is to leave! What blessings are you missing out on because you are unwilling to leave your family and friends behind? What is it that you are trying to hold on to and preserve in your past that is hindering you from trusting God to embrace a new life and a new covenant with Him? If you want to experience newness in God you must be willing to leave where you are and leave the comforts of your father or mother's house. There are times when you may need to phys ically leave the neighborhood, city, county, or state to get a fresh start. God tests the faithfulness of Abram by not telling him where to go. Perhaps that was important so that he (Abram) could not tell those he was leaving behind where to find him. The blessings of moving at God's call is greater than anything you will ever accomplish if you stay where God is trying to get you to leave. If Abram does not leave then he keeps living the same way. The blessings he received : make you into a great nation; bless you; make your name great; make you a blessing; bless those who bless you; curse those who curse you; and make people blessed because of you (vv. 2,3). Here is a question; Can you have it all if you stay where you are? Just to help you understand that leaving is not just a physical thing but it is very much spiritual. You can have all of this if you are willing to leave that dead place in your life. Notice the number of times God used the word bless Not only is God going to bless you, but people around you and connected to you, will also be blessed. Sometime s you leaving a place can be a blessing for others. There is a blessing waiting for you. To receive it you FYI :!! c may need to leave where you are. If God is calling you c to leave, He knows where you are going, you just need m to be obedient and trust iij Him. He has already promised you that He would N take care of you Leave that N place of comfort and allow g God to give you a new _. beginning in a place that He has already established. God is already there, He is calling you and waiting on you to come. Free Professional Grant Writing Workshop The West Tampa Community Development Corporation and The National Institute for Strategic and Tactical Planning will host a free pro fessional grant writing workshop in basic grant writing on December 15, 2011 from 2 p. m. to 3:30 p. m. at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County, 1002 East Palm Avenue. Staff, administrators, board members of non-prof-its, faith-based organizations, government agencies and other tax-exempt status organizations should attend rthis workshop. For more information, 6 contact Michael Rando-:1> lph at (813) 857-7657. Seating is limited; please Z send e-mails to wefind-i to confirm a m seat and to attain an invita-rtion and workshop packet. No one will be admitted rwithout an invitation. 5 z ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------, MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Comer 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 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T. KJRKWD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship-11 a m Evening Worship5 p .m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office : (613) 677 1948 Pastor' s Office : (613) 672 0389 Academy Office : (613) 677-5988 Fax : (613) 672 0514 E -Ma11: fbcopv@tampabay rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30A.M & 10 : 55 A M 4 : U:UJiiiullft Sunday-9 : 45A.M Adult & Youth/ ChHdren Tuesday 11 A.M. Adult Wedneeclay 7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30 P .M. Adult A Setelh Campua For Falh Bible lllllitiAe 'Growlna Thll Cluch For Global Ct\arol' (Acfs 1 :8, Rom. 1 :8, 1 Thea. 1 :8) GRACE IIARY ---.RY BAPI1ST CIUICH 3901 N. 37th St (813) 248-3n9 ELDER 1IIOIIAS J. REBI 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 PUBLIC IS INVITED HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAP11ST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Maili!:lQ Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAlli, Pastor SUnday Morning Worship Services 7:45 A. II. l 11 A.ll. SUnday School A.ll. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00 P.ll. UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H. H HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED ... Tastamant .. B. Clucb Of Tblnotaslssl, ... 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 :30 A.M. 'Sun. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Edllcatinf) The 861ievefs" "I Can Do All Things Tlltough Christ Who Strengthens Me."-Phil. 4:1S m r-u; :::E: m c m < m c m en c )It z c :!! c

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December Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the December celebrants: Brandi Betina Jeffrey, Keith N. McNair, Alvin McNair, Jr., April McNair, Robert D. Thompson, Frederick Clayton Reeves, Regina Thompson, Sheldon L. Anthony, Jr., Edward DeLeon McNair (CA), Ashley Warren, Danielle M. Thompson, Bridgette Harmon, Martin O'Dennis, Rene Range, Lauren Jordan, c a: Myra Anderson, LL Pauline Bulger, Joe D'Cunto, Jenna Cabbell, c( Julius Jeffrey (mem.), Sheri Hauk, Michelle Griffin, Larry Holcomb. Melissa Acevedo, 1-Shawn Montgomery, Chad Shaw, Dennis Johnson, Eddie B. W Bryant, David Carter, Aaron C. Jones, Jesse Hayes, Isaac Helms and Charles Reed. Happy Anniversary The miracle of love is given to us to give to one another. Happy anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. Namon (Idell) Mills, as they celebrated their wedded bliss on November 21st. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us not forget the sick and shut-ins, prayer changes things: the Philon family, Bert Graham, Gail Ruff, Kaiser Pierce, the Rogers family, Robert Barnum, Sr., Rondre Barnum, Ron Eriks, Jonathan Gonzalez, Manuel Graham, Teri Judge, Jan Skinner and Thomas Washington. Very happy to see Wilbert and Elaine Johnson in Worship Service Sunday. Pray that they get stronger, day-by-day. Let us not forget to put our loving arms around the sick and shut-ins and keep them in our daily prayers: Mattie Mills, Eloise Leeks, CHURCH DIRECTORY m 0 ,.... IIPTIST CIURCI 121JI.J .... ILT-.R.IIII2 (8131 !29-1198 S.diV SChn.__ ____ lernlnu-WershiP--------11 a.m. PnJtr Slnlct, Tlesay _____ I IIJII. .... 11"1 81111V, TIIIIIIY I:JI .JR. 11.11 StDdV, TUISdiY-------1 ..... I CIIAI=lii'IIIIIICIIIIIWIIIch llr-II.PIIIIIIIIIIn 4:Q SERVICE TIMES Sund a y S c hool -1 0 A. M M o rnin g Servi ce -11 :30 A. M Eve ning S e rv ice 7 :3 0 P M Study -Tuesd a y Eve nin g B1ble B a nd 7 :30 P M Thu rsday E v e ning -YPWW 7:30 P M 1 s t And 3 rd Friday Eve ning Women's Outrear.h Minist ry 7:30 P M lEV. OSCAI JOHISOI,JII. Pllllf/TIIChlr Chester "Gay Papa" Miles, Archie Mae Wright, Phyllis Akes, Mary Baldwin, Marjorie Guest, Marie Benson and Wilson. W e wish them a ll a speedy recovery. Sympathy. Our deepest sympathy is extended to Rev. AI and Angie Lewis on the pass ing of his father, Deacon Otis Lewis. His homegoing service was held Saturday, November 26th at Mt. Olive. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Thanksgiving Guest What a wonderful time it was at the Vickers household in Riverview. Great weather and a delicious turkey dinner were enjoyed by all. To top that off, Michael and Traci flew in to surprise the family. What a great gathering! First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam Maxwell, Senior Teaching Pastor, 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, 33619, (813) 6771948. BISHOP QA YTON FERGUSON, And PASTOR & ElDER DOROTHY FERGUSON Sunday School 10 A.M. Sunday Worship Services 11 A.M. Evening Service 6 P.M. Wednesday: Bible Study 7 P.M. Friday Youth Evangelist Night 7 P.M. Pastor Roszell A. White, Associate Pastor for Student Ministry, preached the 7 :30 a. m. Morning Worship Service based on Ephesians 5:18-33. The message was entitled, Flaws and All," which was a dynamic message! St. Joseph M. B Church Rev. Thomas Heyward, Pastor, and congre gation would like to wish a happy birthday to: Evelyn Mobley (11/2), Elder Luetta Mitchell (11/7), Dwight Robinson (11/3), Delbert Linear (11/17), Janell McPherson (11/17), Ke Ke Wilson (11/18), Carrie Murphy (11/18), and Eunice Sneed (11/21). New St. Matthew M.B.Church Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall, Pastor and con grega. tion extend belated birthday wishes to November celebrants: Ron Eriks, Traceda Cobbs-Christy, Alphonso Lewis, Sheila Walker, Bobby Johnson, Ahmad Golden, Charles Booth, Ernestine Trice, Shirley Golden, Linda Johnson, Christopher Lewis, Martin LaCrate, Jr., Jakaisha Judge, Carolyn Lewis, Anjenette McCall, Ola Mitchell, Willie Hugger, Ronardo McCray, Billy Hugger, Emanuel Broadnex and Nanette Henderson. Home Deliveries For those interested in home delivery of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, please call Mr. Westley at (813) 2480724 Thought For Today "Great things are done by a series of small things brought together." Joke Of the Week Why do parents give chil dren a middle name? So the child knows when they are in serious trouble. 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. Let s also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our country. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at her NEW number (813) 735-7968. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. &25th Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie lewkiik, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00 A. M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd Ancl3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wJBible Study WaclnesdaJ: 5:30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45P.M. Adutt &Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: sijministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: t\OAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDIIE ... Alii PASTOR AUDREY IEWIIIIK

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Local "TT c 3rd Annual unwrap The Holidavs c m 0 m GIFTS OF SOUL SKD Entertainment and JAS Consulting toy drive for Alpha House and Metropolitan Ministries Derek and Sartura Smith are united not only in marriage, but in business as well. Derek's record label SKD Entertainment and Sartura's consulting firm, JAS Consulting present a party with a purpose. Unwrap the Holidays is the Smith's annual toy drive and this year the beneficiar ies are "Alpha House Tampa" and Metropolitan Ministries The event will take place at the MartiMaceo Building in Ybor City (1226 7th Ave. Tampa, FL 33602) on Satur day December 3, 2011. The event features a night of Gospel, Jazz, Holiday, and Classic Soul and R&B. This year featured performers in clude The Gospel Mets, Johnny Sanders, Ros-State DEREK AND SARTURA SMITH alyn Johnson, Glorice Hallback, The Heavenlyetts, Velenza, Sylvia Rushing, Derek Smith and Soul Therapy and much more. In addition to s o ulful e n tertainment, delicious hors d'ouevres will be served. Tickets for the event will be $15 in advance and $20 at the door. In addition to the Florida Diploma Program Honors Veterans TALLAHASSEE Florida veterans of World War II, the Korean War, and the Viet nam War who joined the mil itary before completing high school can obtain their high school diploma, thanks tp the Florida Veteran Diploma Program sponsored by the Florida Departi:pent of Education in partnership with the Florida Department ofVeterans' Affairs. Education Commissioner Gerard Robinson said, "Our veterans have sacrificed so much for our freedoms and this is but a small token of appreciation for their courage and sacrifice at a time when our country needed them." "Florida is the most vet eran-friendly state in the na tion," said Mike Prendergast, executive di rector of the Florida Depart ment of Veterans' Affairs. Veterans who were honor ably discharged, are current residents of Florida, were in ducted into military service prior to completing gradua tion requirements and meet the additional criteria below are eligible for their high school diploma. WorldWarll Veterans: Inducted into military service between Sept. 16, 1940, and Dec. 31, 1946 Started high school between 1937-1946 Scheduled to graduate from high school betwe e n 1941-1950 Korean Conflict Veterans: Inducted into military service between June 27 1950 and January 31, 1955 Started high school be tween 1946-1950 Scheduled to graduate from high school between 1950-1954 Vietnam War Veterans: Inducted into military service during the Vietnam Era between Feb. 28, 1961, through May 7, 1975 The Departments of Edu cation and Veterans' Affairs are available to assist veter ans through the application process to obtain their diploma. For more information about the Florida Veteran Diploma Program, visit www.fldoe.org/workforcejve teran-diploma asp. Interested veterans should contact Gayle Manley with the Dept. of Educa tion at gayle.manley@fldoe.org or by calling (850) 245-9057 or Ed Ortiz with the Florida Dept. ofVeterans Affairs at ortize@fdva.state.fl.us or by calling (727) 319-7400. admission price, everyone is asked to bring a new, un wrapped toy for the toy drive. The Welcome Reception is at 7 p. m. and the show will begin at 8 p. m. No one sale Motions Hair Care 6 to 13 oz. .................................................. j 1JJ coupon j /$1 off l Milani Lip 1 Cosmetics 1 Lip Flash, 1 Glitzy 1 and 3D Glitzy. : Umtt3 : Good thru 11 : 1 Sat. 1213/11 0 %' d ................................................... under the age of 21 will be al lowed to attend. Guests are encouraged to come in their best holiday attire. jasconsult@yahoo.com or :5: For more information please contact Sartura Smith at (813) 900-6452 or Derek Smith at (813) 900-5522 or skdentertain-:::z:J ment@gmail.com. Tickets ,!\) may be purchased online at http: //unwraptheholi-:::: davs2011.eventbrite.com. Sale Thursday, Dec. 1 thru Saturday, Dec. 3 Milani Lip Cosmetics sale Motions No Lye Relaxer Regular or Super w..q: fib dirldi:nCIIIIIIIJio ...... 1111"'"" illalloo. Nilnllagt 1111.,..,. 599 sale Hottwood 8elllty Oil Hai Stylers 3 to 12 oz. ttttttttttttlttlltttllttttUtttttttUtttttftltttllttltttllttttttiUIIIIII 1W cou.pon : . . !s1 off : .Jamaical Mqo 1 HaiSt)iers : 6or8oz. : li1it 3 : Good lhru Sat. 12f3111 . . . . . ....................................................... "'"''"'''""'' ., r 0 :::z:J c )> 0 m z ::::! z m r m c: r r m ::::! z "tt c: m c 0 ::I: m c m < m -:::z:J -< c: m 0 c )> z c ., :::z:J c Ci) m -.... ..a.' I m

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c a: LL. c z < c en w :::) .... w > w c w :I: en :::i Ill :::) 0. :Z i= w ..J ..J :::) Ill ..J w z i= z w en t a: 0 ..J LL. ANGELLA TOMUNSON, DDS, PA GAIL C. MCDONALD, DOS, MPH Accepting New Patients, lnduding Children 'Exarfas, Cleaning & F"dlings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers)_ Crowns (Caps) & Bridges PartialS & Dentures Extraction Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Acalpted Senior Citizen Discounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com LOOKING FOR A NEW PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN? Dr. Mickel Anglin is now accepting all new patients Including Humana Gold Plan Members. .Same day appointments .Cancer and Osteoporosis screenhliS .Diabetic and COPD Education .Preventive Care .24-Hr Physician on-Call availability .family atmosphere Summerfield Square Or /7)_ westgrcup Fax(su)m-1904 IPA,Inc. AMERICAN SENIORS lfoiAl HL_WH ACIHCY 19SO w. Dr. M.vtlft llllher IIliis lll'd TmPAo floJidA 31607 Jfe Canllelp! l. Do you need a nurse? 2. Tell your doctor to fax us your referral. 3. Tell your doctor that you choose American Seniors Home Health as your provider. 4. Tell your doctor, under patients' choice, you choose us. Telephone: :Bil: sn !9! 8 Sil : 817 78l1 Se(onrl (813: 8 19 .rr.lom lmsl f HHA 199992433 Fights Cancer Chocolate contains high amounts of cancer-fighting antioxidants such as cate chins and phenols, as well as flavonoids that can reduce blood pressure, the most abundant flavonoid in choco late being flavanol. Dark chocolate is even said by some sources to contain more antioxidants than strawberries, long held as a very important cancer-fight ing berry. Fights Heart Disease Phenols are substances that reduce the number of cancer-causing free radicals in the bloodstream. Free rad icals can cause damage to cell DNA Phenols also prevent fats in the bloodstream from clogging arteries, thus pre venting heart attacks. Some research has also shown that chocolate can strengthen the immune sys tem and prevent the forma tion of heart-damaging cholesterol. Fights Tooth Decay Other research suggests that chocolate may have antibac terial properties that actually prevent tooth decay rather than cause it. While the sugar in choco late may promote tooth decay, some researchers feel that the antibacterial proper ties "cancel out" the decay causing properties of the sugar. In addition to fighting the above three conditions chocolate is also said to im prove mood by increasing serotonin levels in the brain, and also contains varying levels of caffeine a well known stimulant. Which Chocolate Should I Buy? Only buy dark chocolate (65% cocoa content or higher) that is pure and unadulterated, with the ex ception of dark chocolate containing nuts, seeds, or fla vorings such as orange essence. F.Y.I. Baby Shampoo Gently cleansing the eyelid with a half-and-half baby shampoo solution and warm water helps to get rid of oil and bacteria, but sting your eyes. This condition is blephari tis, a common eye problem in older adults that causes scal ing and crustiness along the base of the eyelashes. Milk Of Magnesia If you get canker sores you can dab them with milk of magnesia. It doesn't heal the sores, but it will temporarily sooth the pain. Before using the milk of magnesia, try dabbing a mix ture of half water and half hy drogen peroxide. You can also mix equal parts of milk of magnesium and liquid Benadryl to make a mouth rise to help coat tis sues and relieve pain. If you get canker sores, do not use toothpaste containing sodium lauryl sulfate, which can irritate the gum tissues. Cranberries If you're prone to bladder infections, drinking cran berry juice daily won't cure them, but it can help to pre vent them. Taking a sao mg. cranberry extract pill twice daily will help to prevent uri nary tract infections. Cranberries keep bacteria from attaching to the bladder Be careful if you're taking blood-thinning medication because you risk an interac tion between the cranberry juice and the medicine, which may lead to bleeding. on tdence Begins W ith A Beautiful Smile! ...,.-:--,'""'.P. \r. S .. -;;:. ....... : .... s,-;::t, ........... ::: : ... s ... Fnendly Personal Care Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Payment Plans Available Rexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN William F. MarSh, DDS. PA Preferred OrthodontiSt For Over 30 Years 813-238-3384 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave. Tampa Just Right Of The 1-275 Northbound Entrance Ramp Of M. L. K. Blvd. Tampa Seminole Heights Ybor City Take Care Of Your Feet And They Will Last A Lifetime! SHEEHY ANKLE& fOOT CENTER Foot Patn A-nkle Pa.ln Diabetic Foot Care. -. lAser Fungus N11ll n : eaatnerltl Paul L. Sheehy, Jr., DIIDIIPM, PillA

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Health JJ Reasons Whv You're Tired All The Time Remedies For orv Skin PART20F2 Depression -D e pr ess i o n i s a m a j o r illn ess th a t a ff ec t s the w ay w e sl ee p ea t and f ee l about ours elve s and othe r s. Without tre a tment, the s y mp toms of d e pression ma y last for weeks months or even yea rs So it's important to recognize the warning signs and get help Symptoms: People experi ence depression differently, but commonly, depression can cause decreased energ y changes in sleeping and eating patterns, problems with mem ory and concentration, and feelings of hopelessness worthlessness, and negativity. Fatigue or loss of energy Sleeping too little or too much A persistent sad, anxious, or "empty" mood Reduced appetite and weight loss or increased ap petite and weight gain Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjo y ed Restlessness or irritability Persistent phy sical symp toms that don't respond to treatment, such as headaches chronic pain, or constipation and other digestive disorders Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making deci sions Feeling guilty, hopeless, or worthless Thoughts of death or s ui cide Rheumato-id Arthritis -(RA) happens when your im mune system turns against it self and attacks healthy joint tissue, sometimes resulting in irreversible damage to bone and cartilag e Symptoms: M a n y sym p tom s (su c h as f atig ue, l ow e n ergy, l o s s of a pp e tite, a nd j o int pain) are sh a red b y oth e r health conditions, including fibromy algia and lupus. Also, anemia and thyroid disorders which also cause fatigue, are even more common in people with RA Sleep Apnea -S l ee p a pn ea is a di s ord e r ch a r ac t erized b y bri e f int e rruption s of bre ath in g durin g sl ee p. In the most common type, ob s tructive sle ep a pn ea y our upp e r airw ay a ctu ally clo ses or coll a p ses for a f e w se conds, which in turn, al e rt s your bra in to wake you up to begin bre a thin g again. Someone with obstructive sleep may stop breathing dozens or even hundreds of times a night Symptoms: Sleep apnea is often signaled by snoring and is generally followed by tired ness the next day Because s leep apnea can lead to heart disease, high blood pressure, and stroke, it's important to be tested. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -People who suffer from CFS f eel too tir e d to carry o n with th e ir n o rmal ac tiviti es a nd a r e easily exh a u s t e d with littl e exe rtion Symptoms: Oth e r s igns include headache muscle and joint pain, w eakness tender lymph nodes and an inability to concentrate Chronic fatigue syndrome remains puzzling, because it has no known cause. Since the r e's l ess humidity in th e air thi s tim e of ye ar, s kin i s mor e lik e l y to b e come dry, unc o mfortable, a nd itch oft e n r es ultin g in a flak y a s hy mess! Bes id e s usin g a rich moi s turiz er, turnin g down the h e at, a nd using a humidifier, e ating these foods can help improv e dry skin. Water -The best thing you can do to keep skin from getting dry is to keep hy drated. Drinking water is es sential in promoting skin circulation at its base. Omega-3 Foods -The good-for you fats help soften dry skin by holding in mois ture and plumping it up, which will also help decrease the look of wrinkles instant face lift! In fact, having an omega-3 deficiency can exas perate symptoms of dry skin and in some cases ma y even l ea d to eczema. Foods high in om e ga-3 s include s hrimp salmon, tuna and trout. If fish isn t your thing, try flaxseed, a v ocado, and walnuts. Zinc Foods -If skin is dry and cracked look to foods containing zinc. Zinc helps heal wounds by repairing damaged skin while also pro-Named one of the best in the nation. And #1 in Tampa Bay. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named to U.S.News & World Report's list of 11America's Best Hospitals" -this time, in seven specialties: Cardiology & Heart Surgery; Diabetes & Endocrinology; Geriatrics; Gynecology; Nephrology; Orthopedics; and Urology. By ranking in the top 25% of all hospitals evaluated, TGH was designated high-performing in five other specialties: Cancer; Ear, Nose & Throat; Gastroenterology; Neurology & Neurosurgery; and Pulmonology. This designation, along with our national rankings, earned TGH the distinction of #1 hospital in Tampa Bay. We would like to thank our outstanding team of healthcare professionals for their continued commitment to exceptional patient care. Tampa General Hospital. 1'rlltM t. ..,ua Cllnn fw Clll."' For a referral to one of our. physicians, please call 1-800-822-DOCS or visit www.tgh.org. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine tecting it from future abuse. Foods like oysters beans, turkey, crab, and lean beef are rich in zinc. Vitamin A Foods -Vita min A goes a long way when soothing dry, flaky skin and is easily found in dark leafy greens. Vitamin A can also help repair skin damage helpful if you find yourself in the wind or sun a lot. 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R.eci es Spicy Tequila Lime Shrimp Salad For The Shrimp 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 garlic clove, minced 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin Pinch red pepper flakes 1 pound medium shrimp, deveined 3 tablespoons high-quality tequila Salt, to taste 1 teaspoon dried chipotle powder 2 to 3 tablespoons fresh cilantro, chopped For The Salad 4 cups dark, leafy mixed greens 1/2 cup roasted red peppers, sliced thin 1/2 cup black beans, drained and rinsed 1 avocado, sliced thin For The Dressing 1/2 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt 3 tablespoons high-quality tequila 1 tablespoon grated lime zest 1 teaspoon hot sauce 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice DIRECfiONS: Pinch of sea salt to taste. Add olive oil to a large skillet over medium heat. Once oil is hot, add chopped garlic and cook for about 1 minute. Add cumin and red pepper flakes, and let flavors blend together. Add shrimp and toss. Carefully add tequila and cook until alcohol burns off. Season with salt, and add dried chipotle powder. Once shrimp are cooked, add chopped cilantro, toss and put aside on a plate. Toss mixed greens in a large salad bowl and add in roasted red peppers and black beans. In medium bowl, whisk all of the dressing ingredients together and alter to desired taste by adding additional hot sauce and salt. Top with avocado slices and sauteed shrimp. Shrimp Pasta 1-1/2 pounds shrimp, peeled, uncooked 1jar prepared marinara sauce 2 cloves finely chopped garlic 1 teaspoon dried parsley 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons butter Crushed red pepper to taste 1 pound angel hair pasta DIRECfiONS: Rinse shrimp drain in colander. In large pot, boil water for pasta. Heat butter and olive oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and reduce heat to low. Saute garlic until soft. Add shrimp and cook uncovered for approx imately 5 minutes on each side, until shrimp turns pink. Remove from heat and reserve. In separate saucepan, heat marinara sauce and season to taste with crushed red pepper. Add shrimp to marinara sauce and keep warm. Add pasta to boiling water and cook for three minutes. Drain pasta and place in serving dish. Top with shrimp and mari11ara sauce. N N 0 ...... ...... r-0 :a en m z -1 :z m r-m c:: r rm -1 z ., c:: m r-u; ::::t m c m < m -1 c:: m en < )> z c c

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National NJ Dad Arrested In Death Of Girl Tossed In Creek Arthur Morgan III, 27, of Ocean Township, N.J. Morgan, suspected of killing his 2-year-old daughter, Tierra MorganGlover by tossing her into a creek while she was still strapped in her car seat, was captured Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2011 in California. TRENTON, NJ --New Jersey prosecutors say they will move quickly to extradite a man suspected of killing his u.. 2-year-old daughter by tossC ing her into a creek while she z was still strapped in her car c( seat. Arthur Morgan III, 27, C was captured without inciffi dent late Tuesday afternoon ::) at a home in San Diego, Calif. t-The arrest came one week ft after he allegedly killed W Tierra Morgan-Glover Gj during a court-approved visit c and then fled the state. W Morgan, had been the subof a nationwide manhunt :;j and had been featured on the m website of "America's Most Wanted ." The girl's mother, Imani Benton, called police after Morgan failed to return the child on Nov. 21. She had spent several hours speaking with investigators on Tuesday and learned of Morgan's arrest when she arrived at a friend's home Tuesday night and heard people cheering. "Everybody was outside yelling and screaming they were like, 'They got him. They got him,"' Benton said. "I couldn't get out of the car. I just had to sit and let the tears fall for a minute. "CALL RICKY" w ::t "ASK RICKY'' ::) m ...J w z z w en AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY C Or Email : callrickywilliams@gmail.com RICKY E. Available 24 FREE Consultation WILLIAMS --J ...J u.. m ch Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal CaD Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Phtns With NO CREDIT CHECK 505 East Jackson st. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Hareument REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Herman Cain Faces Allegations 0113-Year Extramarital Aftair Herman Cain, the former Godfather's Pizza CEO and Republican presidential candidate on M o n d a y CAIN denied allegations that he carried on a 13-year affair with an Atlanta-based woman named Ginger White. "It was pretty simple," White says "It wasn't com plicated. I was aware that he was married And I was also aware I was involved in a very inappropriate situation, relationship." "Here we go again," the candidate said was his reac tion to the woman's claims. Cain made the denials dur ing an interview on CNN in which he acknowledged that an Fox television station in Atlanta was making the woman's story public Asked by CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer if he had an extramarital affair with White, Cain said emphatically, "No, I did not." He did acknowledge that he knew the woman, whom he called "an acquaintance that I thought was a friend." Cain insisted the allega tions were the result of peo ple not wanting him to be the Republican party s nominee for president. Somebody's awfully afraid" of his candidacy Cain said. Adanta Man Wins $1M lonerv For Second Time In Three Years A man in Atlanta has hauled in a million-dollar lott ery payday for the second time in just three years Delma Kinney, so, recentl y won a $1 million dol lar prize playing th e instant game Super Millions. In 2008, Kinney also won $1 million playing another instant game. Kinney i s a sing l e father of three who set aside part of his original lottery winnings to establis h a college educa tion fund for his c hildr en. Kinney says h e plans to donate part of his new winnings to charity. Just a week s h y of his 51st bi1thday, Kinney says h e pur chased the winning lotte r y ticket at a local Chevron Food Mart when h e h eade d out to grab some over-the-counter medications to h e lp him cope with a head cold. I was just out and stopped for cold medicine," Mr Kinney told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. I sat in the car with the ticket, and when I saw the matching numbers, I knew," he explained. FAMU Band Director: 1 warned Them About Hazing TALLAHASSEE, FL--The fired director of Florida A&M's famed "Marc hing 100" band said he repeatedly warned university leaders over two decades about the dange rs of hazing and that heis been made the scapegoat for a band member 's death in which the practice is suspect ed. Julian White, 71, said he suspended 26 band members for hazing two weeks before drum major Robert Champion's death on Nov 19. He reported his actions to university administrators, he said. Hazing has been "rampant on university campuses," and the suspensions would serve notice it wouldn't be tolerated at A&M, he said. But instead of being support ed, White said, he was second-guessed, particularly from some parents of band members, and said the punishments were akin to suspending star football players. "And so the band members were apprehensive. 'Doc, you think we can go without 19 trombone players?'" said White, who replaced "Marching 100" founder William P. Foster as director in 1998. 'And other folks. 'Doc, do you thing you can do it without them?' My comment was, it doesn't matter, I am not going to sacrifice the performance for the princi-ple. After A&M' s football team lost its annual game against rival Bethune-Cookman, Champion collapsed on a bus parked outside an Orlando hotel. The 26-year-old junior had been vomiting and complained he couldn't breathe shortly before he became unconscious When authorities arrived about 9:45 p.m. JULIAN WHITE Champion was unresponsive. He died at a nearby hos pital. Authorities have not released any more details, except to say hazing allegedly played a role. Less than a week later, White, a tenured professor, was fired by FAMU President James Ammons. "I walked into his office and he said, 'Doc, I don't know any other way to put it, this is it for you,"' White recounted. 'He said 'you can resign or you can be terminated.'" Ammons, meanwhile, met Monday with former Florida Attorney General Bob Butterworth, who was named last week to head a task force investigating what led to Champion's death "If some strong actions had been taken, then Robert Champion may be alive now," said White, who was asked by the student's family to speak at We 'dnesday's funeral service. :::_since Champion's death, the school has shuttered the marching band and the rest of the music department's performances. Shutting it dowri was a meaningful decision, White said. The band would have been the first of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities to perform at Carnegie Hall. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1481 TIIDII Pall PIIZI @ lebraua An. & scan St. ,,,. .,,_,: ... : '. :J .... :: : .... c .:::b: --." : ... :

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P .... : l ... k . C . o .... u n.. ..t.v ... : W Celebrating 75 Years of Life On Saturday, October 22nd, a host of family and friends congregated at Fred's Market in Lakeland to celebrate the 75th birthday of Mother Genell Jordan. The celebration was coordinated by her daughters, Ann Nealy and Pamela Calloway. The afternoon was filled with great fellowship, sharing of fond memories, tears, laughter, hugs and much more ... and of course, an array of tasty foods. Very special guests attending were Mother Jordan's best friend, Mary Sheals and her only living sister, Jewellene Neal. Some of the other guests in attendance were: daughters: Ann and Pamela; granddaughters: Tynisha, Delauren, TyRhonda, Hnd Donnette; grandsons: James Thornton and his wife, Kim, Irving Jr., Master 0. and Landin Fuller, Shirley Shabazz, Christel Graham, Minister Anthony and Myrtice Landers, Larry and Jordaeshia Coleman, Michael Shaw, Michael Shaw, II, and others. Happy Birthday Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday wishes to Deloris Landers, of St. Petersburg, and Sylvester Gordon, III, of Rochester, New York, as each of you celebrate another year of life. Sylvester is 15 years old this year! May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years of life! Condolences Extended Shaw-Nu.f Talk extends heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the late Mrs. Clara Beatrice Pinkston. Mrs. Pinkston was remembered as a woman who didn't just say 'I love you', but showed her love for ... 7 her family, church, neighbors and others in the things that she would do for them. She passed away at the age of So, on November 3rd. To her loved ones, I encourage you to remember that earth hath no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. May the Lord continue to comfort and strengthen each of you. Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes to Mother Lucille Bouges, who cele brated her woth birthday on November 16th. May God continue to strengthen and keep you; and bless you with the desires of your heart. Much Love to you! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nu.f Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@ yahoo com or calling (863) 513-8437 USF Alumnus And Former Omega Basileus Dies Bruce Brewington, a popular member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., best known for organizing annual reunions for African American alumni of the University of South Florida, has died. Brewington, 59, of Winter Park, died after a brief illness. He was a retired educator who served for 30 years, retiring in November 2008. Brewington sang in the male chorus of Macedonia Baptist Church, of Eatonville. However, he was well known for his civic and community service as a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Brewington joined the fraternity in 1972, on the charter line of Upsilon Delta Chapter at the University of South Florida. Brewington later served as Basileus. In later years, he was a charter member who organized the Eatonville-Winter Park Graduate Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Brewington leaves no immediate family members. His memory is cherished by BRUCE BREWINGTON many University of South Florida alumni, and members of his community. A wake will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, Dec. 2, at Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church of Eatonville, 412 E. Kennedy Blvd., in Eatonville. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, at the church, officiated by the Rev Willie Barnes. Services are entrusted to Wilson Eichelberger Mortuary, 1110 Pine Ave., in Sanford 327712932, at telephone (407) 3225212. m :: m m ::a 1\) 1\) 0 ..a. ..a. ., r-0 :!! !; (/)m z ..... z m r-m c: r rm :::! Z ., c: m c (/) :::1: m c m < m ..... c: m (/) c )> z c ., :!! c FREE programmable thermostat FREE energy audit Eight FREE energy-saving light bulbs LFE RUNS ON e.IEFICJV"

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T"" T"" 0 C'\1 N' a: w In :2 w (.) w c >"' Classi-fied1 s ( c a: LL c z < c en w :::J .... > a: w > w c w :::r: en :J In :::J a. z t= w ...J ...J :::J m ...J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J LL m cO .,... w c.: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certifi cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the descrip tion of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Foli o No.: 141748.0000 File No.: 2012-1 Certificate No.: 205807--09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 10n1 SECIWP AGE : 2128-19 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 b idder 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 verily sale location) Dated this !!lb day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk II you are a person with s disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, ilt 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 aarvlce Is needed; II you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II HOMES FOR SALE II **First Time Buyers** Be Your Own Landlord Free List Of Great Starter Homes Available In Your Area To Also Receive A Special Report On How To Stop Renting Century 21 Shaw Realty Group Willie Dudley NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate h as filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the descript i on cit the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: On836.1700 File No.: 2012-10 Certificate No.: 198695--09 Year of Issuance: 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 \4 LYING E OF SCLRR SECIWP AGE: 24-31-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: TEAM EFFORT INC. Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall b e redeemed according to law the property described in su c h certificate shall be sold to the highest b idde r a t the Jury A11dltorlum, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5lb. day o f January, 2012. at 10 :00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verily sale location) Dated this !!lb day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R TUCKER Deputy Clerk II 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. Pleaaa 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 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 Certificate No : 201541-<19 Year ol Issuance: 2009 Description of Property : S 206 25 FT OF N 17 .19 CHS OF W 6 4 CHS OF NW \4 SEC IWP AGE : 1728-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: LIFE ESTATE MAUREEN HAZEL EDGEMAN KEVIN MATTHEW EDGMAN Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such cert i f ic ate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highes t bidder a t the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 5lb. day of January, 2012, at 10 ; 00 A M (NOTICE : Please call (8 13) 276 81 00 ext 4809 to verily sale location). Dated this !!lb day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Clertl Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKERDeputy Clerk II 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 Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; II you are haaring or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT II Condo Pond VIew Near Hillsborough And Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included (813) 390-4169 Must See Charming 2 Bedr
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II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #13 05 the h o l d e r ol the l o ll o wing certilic a t e has tile d said ce rtili ca t e lor a t ax deed to b e issu e d the r eon. The certifi ca t e numb e r and year o f issu a n ce the d esc ripti o n o f the prop e rty, and the nam e s in w hich i t was assessed a r e as f ollows: F olio No.: 069294.1100 File No.: 2012-4 C e rt ificat e No.: 201433-09 Year o l Issu ance: 2009 Description of Property : NW V.. OF S E V.. OF NW V.. LESS E 133 FT AND LES S RJW AND LESS W 399 .10 FT OF E 665 .10 FT S E C IWP AGE : 32-27-2 2 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : DAVID JIMENEZ LIDIA JIMENEZ Said pr o p er ty bein g i n the C o u n t y o f H i ll s b o r o u g h Sta t e o f Florida. Unless s u c h ce rt i f ica t e shall be redee med acco r din g to law, the property d escr i b e d in such c ert ifica t e s h all b e sold t o t he hi gh est b i d de r at t he Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 600 East Tw iggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 51!! day of January. 2012 a t 10 : 00 A M (NOT ICE: Please call ( 6 13) 276 8 1 00 ext. 4 8 0 9 t o verify sale loca tion). Dated thi s lllll d a y o f November 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A A 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 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. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC # 1305 the h olde r o f the l ollowing ce rtificat e h as tile d said ce rtificat e l o r a t a x deed t o b e iss ued thereon. The ce rtifi ca t e numb e r and yea r o f issu a nce, the description o l the p r o p erty, and the names in w h ich i t was assesse d a r e as f o l lows: Folio No.: 166616 .0000 File No.: 2012-5 Certifi ca t e N o : 208957-09 Year o f Issu ance: 2009 Description of Property: RIVER S IDE N ORTH L OT 20 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOO K/PAGE: 0001/ 0134 SECIWP A GE : 11-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) I n which assessed : DANIEL L. CASTILLO Said pr o p e rty b eing i n the County o f Hill sboroug h S t a t e ol Florida U n l ess such certifica t e shall be r edeemed according to law, the prope r ty described in such certilicate shall be sold t o the highes t bidde r a t t he Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 600 E ast Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 51!:! day ol J.i!n.I!J!.ryJill, at 10 :00 A .M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 81 00 ext. 4809 to ver ify sale location) Dated t his llll! day o f November 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court H illsborough County, Florida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Cl erk 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 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. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the h olde r o f the f o llo w ing ce rtificat e has tile d said ce rtificat e f o r a t a x deed t o b e issued thereon. T he ce rtilicat e numb e r and year o f iss u ance, the d esc ripti o n o f t he p r o p e rty, and t he n ames i n which it was assessed a r e as t allows: F olio No.. 165690.0000 File No.: 2012-7 Ce rtifi ca t e No.: 206679-09 Year of I ssua n ce: 2009 Description of Property: ALIC E HEIG HT S REVI S E D MAP LOT BEG 1 40 FT N O F SECOR O F L O T 1 A ND RUN N 145FT W 145 FT S 145 FT A N D E 145 FTTO BEG PLAT BOO K/PAG E : 2 6 / 1 9 SEC IWP A G E : 01-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: KENNETH GOYENS CHARLAYNE GOYENS Said proper t y being in t he County o f Hillsborough, State of F lorida. Unless s uch certiftcate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described tn such certifica t e s hall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, Geo r ge E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 51!:! day of January 2012 at JOOO AM. (NOTICE: Plea se call (813) 276 81 00 ext. 4809 10 verify sale locati on) Dated this llll! day of No vember 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A A 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, a t 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. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC # 1305 the h olde r of the f o llo wing ce rtili c ate ha s file d said certi ficate f o r a t ax d eed t o b e issu e d the reon Th e cer tificat e numb e r a nd year o f issu ance, the d esc ripti o n of the pr operty, and the na mes in which it was assessed a r e as follows : F olio No.: 090752.0000 File No.: 2012-8 Cer tif ica t e N o.: 201619-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property : LOT B E G 255. 7 FT NEL Y FROM INTER S OF W LINE OF SE Y.. OF N W % AND N LINE OF HW Y 9 2 AND RUN N 1 1 DEG 0 4 MIN W 40 0 FT N 78 DEG 56 MIN E 200 FT S 11 DEG 0 4 MIN E 400 FT AND S 78 DEG 5 6 MIN W 200 FT TO BEG SEC IWP AGE : 27-28 -22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : PAUL K ENTERPRISES INC Said property bei n g in the Cou nty o f H illsbo r ough State of F lorida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the pro p erty described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highes t bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 51!! day of Januarv. 2012 at 10 : 00 A M (NOTIC E : Please call ( 813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 t o verify sale location) Dated thi s lllll day of No v ember. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a d isability 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 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. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC # 1305 the hold e r o f the f ollo wing certificate has file d s aid certifi ca t e for a tax deed t o be issued thereo n Th e ce rtifi c ate number and yea r o f issuance, the d esc ription of t h e p r o perty, and the n a mes in w hich it was assessed a r e as f ollows: f'oli o No.: 067068 .0100 File N o : 2012-9 Cert ific ate No.: 200823-09 Y ear o f Is s u a nce: 2 00 9 Description of Property: COM AT NW COR E l'2 OF NW Y.. OF t-!W Y.. RUN N 8 9 DEG 11 MIN 25 S E C 2 165 FT TO POB S 00 DEG 05 MIN 06 SEC W 331 FT N 89 DEG 11 M I N 25 SEC E 145FT N 00 DEG 05 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 IWP AGE : 03-30-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JORGE FERNANDEZ Said pr o pe rty being i n the Cou nty of H illsbo r o ugh S t a t e of Flor i d a U n les s su ch c e rtifi c at e s ha ll be redeemed a ccordi n g t o law, t h e prope rty d escribed i n s u c h certifi cate shall be s ol d t o the hig he s t bi dd er at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on t h e da y of January. 2012 at 1 O OO A M ( NOTICE : P lea s e call ( 813 ) 27 6 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale locatio n). D ated this lllll d a y o f November PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A A 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, n 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. 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,.... ,.... 0 N ffi m w 0 w c > a: LL c LL c z a: w > w c w :I: en ::i m Q. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en C 0 ..J LL HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ABANDONED VEHICLES LEFT AT TAMPA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Notice is hereby given that property abandoned at Tampa International Airport will be sold by public outcry as provided by law on Saturday, December 10. 2011 at 9 :00 A.M. if not claimed by the rightful owner thereof. Such public auction will be held at the Tampa Machinery Auction, Inc located at 11720 US Highway 301 North, Thonotosassa, Florida THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES WILL BE offered for sale by competitive bidding AT THE TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION, INC and will be sold to the highest bidder : ABANDONED IMP# YEAR MAKE/MODEL VIN# DATE 508 2001 GMC JIMMY 1 GKDT13WX12223980 9/14/2010 888 1996 JEEP 1J4FT78S3TL104981 9/3/2010 902 2002 FORD 2FAFP71W32X148445 6/21/2011 CROWN VICTORIA 918 1998 DODGE INTREPID 283H D56J3WH208027 6/24/2011 928 1984 MERCURY 2MEBP95F1 EX644684 6/30/2011 GRAND MARQUIS 943 1993 BUICK LE SABRE 1 G4HP53L3PH412311 7/9/2011 948 1996 FORD TAURUS 1FALP52U3TA298134 7/6/2011 983 2001 SATURN 1G8ZH52851Z266413 7/23/2011 986 1994 FORD ESCORT 3FARP13J6RR142028 8/3/2011 994 1986 FORD 2FABP43F6GX185992 7/30/2011 CROWN VICTORIA 1047 1993 FORD MUSTANG 1 FACP44M2PF169768 12/25/2010 1088 2004 PONTIAC VISE 5Y25C628547410753 1/25/2011 1128 2007 LEX US JTHBK262X72028960 2/22/2011 1265 2002 SATURN 1 G8ZK52752Z114884 6/11/2011 1266 1990 HONDA CIVIC 1 HGCB7659LA015924 6/11/2011 The Hillsborough County Aviation Authority/Tampa Machinery Auction Inc., reserves the right to remove any vehic le from the auction at any time and to reject any or all bids Vehicles will be sold "AS IS" AND WITHOUT ANY COVENANTS OR WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE ON THE PART OF THE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY/TAMPA MACHINERY AUCTION INC Vehicles will be on display from 7:30 A M to 9 :00 A M on the day of sale Questions concerning the sale may be addressed to Lori Lowenthal at 813/870-7855 no later than 2:00 P.M. on Friday, December 9. 2011, or the Tampa Machinery Auction at 813/986 2485 on December 9. 2011, 5:00 P M Notices will be posted at the Tampa International Airport Impound Vehicle Storage Lot located at 4812 W. South Avenue Tampa, Florida and in the Administrative Office lobby areas on the third floor of the Main Terminal and second floor of the Airport Administrative Offices and Conference Rooms at Tampa International Airport 4160 George J Bean Parkway Suite 2400 Service Bldg 2nd Floor Red Side Tampa, FL 33607 II Nice 3 Or 4 Bedroom Homes Starting @ $800.00 $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 259-4663 Extension 100 HOMES FOR RENT Near Ybor City 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House $575 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit $25.00 Application Fee Call (813) 482-2234 For Rent 2908 North 17th Street 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Block Home Central Air/Heat, WDH $775 00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 317-8907 East Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block No Pets Fenced Yard $795.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 267-4488 II II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFP No. 12-534-009 Sealed proposals for Disclosure Counsel Services will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 41 00 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 3311; Main Terminal, 3rd Floor, Blue Side, Tampa, Florida 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www tampaairport.com, Quick Links Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations, on November 29. 2011. 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 pursuant to a Order granting to reset Foreclosure Sale dated November 9 2011, entered in Case No. 29-2011-CA-001718 (A) of 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 sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the 2nd Floor of the George E. Edgecomb Building, Room 201/202 located at 800 East Twiggs Street, in Tampa Florida, at 10:00 a.m. on the 12th day of December. 2011, the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment to 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 ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISIONS OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE 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 1-800-855-8n1. Dated: This 17th day of November 2D1.1. PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF THE COURT GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK HOMES FOR RENT Home For Rent 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Call (863) 214-1191 Move In peclalsl No Deposits! FREE Rent TMLEASES : C .om 81. 3-4457 II

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II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SUBMISSION CITY OF TAMPA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, HOME INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM, EMERGENCY SHEITER GRANTS PROGRAM AND HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES FOR PERSONS WITH AIDS CONSOLIDATED ANNUAL PERFORMANCE AND EVALUATION REPORT FOR THE 2010 PROGRAM YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 2011 Notice is hereby given that on December 27, 2011 the City of Tampa will submit to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development a Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the Community Development Block Grant Program HOME Investment Partnerships Program, Emergency Shelter Grants Program, and Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS. This report consists of a summary of activities undertaken, a financial summary and the progress achieved in the programs through September 30, 2011. A copy of this Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report is available at the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library 900 North Ashley Street or City Clerk s Office 3rd Floor City Hall 315 East Kennedy Boulevard Tampa Florida 33602 where it may be examined by the general public during regular business hours Comments may be made by calling Jennifer Seth (813) 27 4-727 4 or by writing in care of City of Tampa Budget Office, 306 East Jackson Street 8E, Tampa Florida 33602 Bob Buckhorn, Mayor 306 East Jackson Street Tampa, Florida 33602 LEGAL NOTICE INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 12112111 REHABILITATION OF COLWELL PUMPING STATION SITE VISIT TO BE HELD @ 9:00 AM ON 1212111 @ COLWELL PUMPING STATION, 3441 COLWELL AVE., TAMPA 2:30PM ON 12115/11 ENGINE SUPPORT FOR ROLLS ROYCE HELICOPTER ENGINES then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813 / 274-8351 ). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this adver tised request shalt constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this B i d to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated : 1212111 Gregory K Spearman CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchas ing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II HOMES FOR RENT II a=ll ==;;;;;;;;;;!,Ill Tampa Heights Large 3/1 Large Front Porch Fenced Yard WDH, CHA (813) 748-2945 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Homes 1704 East Cayuga 1708 East ldell 8511 Fish Lake Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business D 55+ Community 1 Bedroom Apartments $100 00/Deposit Starting At $375 00 TradeMark Group (813) 221-4457 Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800 00/Monthly Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 Contact LaVora @ {813) 248 Fax To: {813) 248 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com 3610 North 55th Street Apartment #A 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced $700 00/Monthly Includes WSG Available Now Call Robert (813) 381-0062 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angie's Apartments 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments WDH -0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome 813-915-9787 415 East Forrest 2/1 $650 00 3405 North 34th Street 211 $600.00 402 W. Amelia 1/1 $500.00 Deposit $100.00 No Criminal Or Eviction Records (813) 391-7046 1Jftl. __ Children's Board HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing Request for Proposals (RFP) Information Sessions (only attend one) Date: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 from 2:00 4:30 p.m. Address: Children's Board of Hillsborcugh County 1 002 East Palm Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 from 9:00 -11 :30 a.m. Address: Children's Board of Hillsborough County 1002 East Palm Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 Date: Monday, December 5, 2011 from 1 :30 4:00 p.m. Address: Bloomingdale Regional Library 1906 Bloomingdale Avenue Valrico, Florida 33596 Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2011 from 1:30-4:00 p.m. Address : Town N' Country Library Community Room 7606 Paula Drive, Suite 120 Tampa Florida 33615 Letter of Intent to Apply Due: Thursday December 15,2011 by 4:00p.m. Final Date for Submission of Proposals: February 17, 2012 by 4:00p.m. At: Children's Board of Hillsborough County 1002 East Palm Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 Number of Copies: SUMMARY: One original with signature (unbound) plus four (4) complete cop ies and one copy on a DVD or USB. II The Children s Board of Hillsborough County (CBHC) has approved the release of this competitive Request for Proposals (RFP) The purpose of this RFP is to focus Children's Board program funding for more measurable impact and to expan the Early Childhood System of Care that the Children's Board has been building over the last 15 years. The primary result this RFP is intended to address is: Children are healthy and have acquired the developmental foundations needed to succeed in school and in life. The system we envision would promote a widely shared focus on results : children are born healthy and are developmentally on track; children are ready to learn and succeed; and children have families that are supported and supportive While the Children's Board is involved in supporting all children in our community, through this RFP we intend to target our programmatic funding to prevention services for pregnant women and young children aged 0-8 and their families. II Complete RFP available on our website : www.childrensboard.org/rfp aspx Children s Board of Hillsborough County (813) 229-2884 The Children's Board of Hillsborough County is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace APTS. FOR RENT Christmas Special $199.00 Moves You In 1st Month Rent Free Units Available Now 1 And 2 Bedroom Apartments $450.00-$550.00 Monthly Cinnamon Cove Apartments 12401 N. 15th Street Call (813) 971-5254 Very pacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $550.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit A/C, New Tile/Carpet (813) 298 THIS COULD BE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT "T1 ::rJ c c m (') m :s: Ill m ::rJ 1\) 1\) 0 ...... ...... "T1 r-0 :!:! C/) m z ::! r-Ill c: r r m ::! z "tt c: Ill r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c )> z c "T1 :!:! c G) m N ...... I m

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,.... ,.... 0 N ;;;;;;;;;;!Jill 1.!;;;;;;;;1 II ROOMS FOR RENT II N' II a: w m :: w (.) w c c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c (/) w ::J I-ii: w > w c w J: (/) ::::; m ::J ll. z t; ...J ...J ::J m ...J w z i= z w (/) Earl Ltmwnf Supervisor of Elections Exhibit E PUBLIC NOTICE OF JUSTiCE DEPARTMENT PRECLEARANCE SUBMISSION CONCERNING POLLING SITE LOCATION CHANGES The Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections submitted to the United States Attorney General a request for predearance concerning polling site location changes for 17 precincts on November 23, 2011. A copy of the submission is available for public inspection (and copying if requested). Public comments to the submission are invited for the consideration of the Attorney General. Please contact the Supervisor oi Elections Office at (813) 272-5850, 161 h Floor of the County Center, 601 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602 if you wish to inspect or obtai n copies of the preclearance submission. The submission is available for inspection at the Supervisor of Elections Office during normal business hours. You may als o view and download the submission at www.VoteH!IIsborough.org If you wish to submit comments to the Department of Justice, the address is: Chief, Voting Section Ovil Rights Division Room 7254-NWB Department of Justice 950 Pennsylvani a Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20530 The envelope and first page should be marked: Comment under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. This notice will be published in a newspaper of general circulation, and posted at: Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 E. Twiggs Street; City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd; County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd.; the Elections Service Center, 2514 N Falkenburg Road; and posted on the SUpervisor of Elections website at www.VoteHillsborough.org HoYember 23, 2011 a: m I w i &:a;; 0 Deposit Required Section 8 Only Newly Remodeled Tri-Plex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Ready lmmediate!y Clean & Beautiful Call (813) 917-4386 West Tampa Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Utility Room, WDH Near Busline And Downtown (813) 223-5214 Or (813) 363-6444 Duplex Clean 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $550.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit 1520 E. Eskimo Ave. tB Near Busch Blvd. Call 813-628-8169 Bougainvillea Ave Nice 2/1 Duplex Rent $570.00 Deposit $300.00 Tenants Pay Own Light And Water, No Pets Section a And SSI Recipients Welcome (954) 30Q-1 002 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities CASE MANAGER $38,646 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN II(UNDERGROUND UTILITY LOCATOR) $26,457 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST I (CONSERVATION SERVICES) $31,512 GIS ANALYST $35,838 OFFICE ASSISTANT II (RESTRICTED) $27,414 PLANT SUPERVISOR (WATER) $38, 376 SYSTEM COORDINATOR $40 768 See our web site at http : //www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. II MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EEO Employer ouPLaes II section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3, & 4 Bedroom CHA WDH Large Backyard, Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $550.00/Monthly $300 00/Deposit Includes Water, Sewage And Garbage Call (813) 503-5321 Move-In peclal Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 2 Or 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 4n-na4 Temple Terrace Area Efficiencies Starting @ $600 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Electric Water, Trash, Sewer And Cable Included Call 813-785-1030 II ROOMS FOR RENT II East Osborne Ave. Area Ideal For Fixed Income Furnished, Clean, Private Utilities, AIC, WID Security System Call (813) 789-3574 Free Cable Phone Large Room Near Hillsborough And 37th On Bus Line Electric And Water Included Background Check $125.00/Weekly (813) 625-2061 Move In Special University Area Any Size Room $1 00. 00/Weekly $400 00 For One Month ONLY Single Must Be Drug Free And Employed (813) 384-0387 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Rooms $120.00$140 00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV Laundry Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247-4724 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished, CHA, WID, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120 00/Weekly Private Entrance (813) 478-1286 Available Room For Rent In Ybor Heights At: 1 000 East 26th Avenue Please Call (813) 494-3343 Rooms For Rent In Quiet Building At 2913 North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Room For Rent Clean, Quiet Utilities/Cable -Must Have Income $1 00.00/Weekly Call (863) 214-1191 Furnished Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cable Central Heat Strictly No Drug Activity Allowed Must Be Employed Call (813) 965-5931 "LOOK" Holiday Special SSI, Fixed Income Big Rooms For Rent Various Locations $375.00/Monthly Includes Cable TV No Deposit (813) 325-6499 Furnished Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat $100.00 Per Week No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 Room For Rent In Nice Home Central Tampa Near Bus Lines A/C, Cable W & D, TV Must Have Steady Income No Smoking $120 00/Deposit $125.00/Weekly (813) 767-9211

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II ROOMS FOR RENT II II AUTO GLASS II II DNA West Tampa Power Windows DNA Mobile Testing Rooms For Rent Windshields Paternity Test Newly Remodeled $99.00 & Up We Come To You! Full Kitchen Furnished Most Cars Personal $180 00 $80 00-$100 00 Power Window Repair Legal-$300 00 Weekly + Deposit $39 00 & Up Fast Results Rob (813) 325-6529 Payment Plans Call (813) 476-8748 24 Hour Service 24 HR Service Monday-Saturday Monday-Sunday 8100 North Marks DLM DNA Services Rooms For Rent (813) 928-2753 $125.00/Weekly II II www.dlmservicesusa.com $125.00/Deposit BEDS FOR SALE 1-888-651-5777 Central Heat And Air Carpet, Free Cable DNA Paternity Testing Beds Call (813) 361-6227 Legal Or Personal Bunk Beds $200 00 Come To Our Office Seffner Twin $ 60. 00 Or We Can Come To You Results In 3 Days Room For Rent Full $65. 00 Or Next-Day Results No Drugs Queen $ 75 00 Available CHA, Share Kitchen And Bath King $100 00 & Up Nationwide Services $130 00/Weekly For Over 1 0 Years Call (813) 310-0991 Mr. Austin DNA Testing Solutions (813) 362-7618 11972 N. Florida Avenue Miss Sarah (813) 915-0000 Or (813) 270-4047 II II 1-888-DNA-FACT BURGLAR BARS www.dnatestingsolutions.com Large $125.00/Weekly $125.00/Deposit II Doors Windows Rails, Small Room FOOTBALL NC Cages Gates $115.00/Weekly $115.00/Deposit General Welding & Repairs Winter League Football Older Adults Preferred We Pick Up Scrap Metal Must Be Employed Football Players And Or Receiving Benefits For More Information Cheerleaders No Drugs Or Kids Allowed Call Carl (813) 495-3172 Ages 13-17 813-431-1310 Registration $125.00 Payment Plan Available I COMPUTER I Coach 0 (813) 359-3355 II AIR CONDITIONING II SERVICE Coach Hen (813) 965-0909 Tarpley's AIC LLC Dave Griffin Enterprises, Inc. II FORECLOSURE Sales & Service Get Your Credit Evaluated New & Used By An Attorney Some Banks Are Financing Available Very Affordable Rates Paying Up To $20,000 Call (813) 238-7884 Call (813) 440-6440 For You To Short Sale Lie #CAC1815130 For Detailed Information Your Home Hurry Call Us Today II II @ (813) 440-6440 APPLIANCES CREDIT REPAIR For Detailed Information SERVICE II Scratch And Dent Appliances Top Notch FURNITURE SALE Sales And Repairs Computer Services Washers, Dryers, Stoves Computer Repair Pre-Owned Furniture And Refrigerators And Related Services For Sale Call (813) 574-9052 Call 813-695-7813 Call (813) 270-5601 -...J IF-==<:::> F=&-------== IF=-<:::> F=& ....... -........ -==-.......,--=: -=--. F=& ...s....-... ... II II HANDYMAN II Small Does It All Handyman Services Specializes : Plumbing Electrical Painting House Yards Mowed etc For More Information Call Clint Small (813) 735-3255 II HAULING II All Junk Removal Furniture, Tree Debris Construction Garbage Or Anything Else No Job Too Big Or Small Fast And Reasonable (813) 285-4674 II JUNK CARS II We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks CALL J.R. (813) 966-3501 II We Buy Junk Cars $250 00 Call (813) 574-9052 We Will Buy Your Junk Cars, Trucks And Vans Call (813) 478-5133 Or (813) 446-1947 $700.00 And Up Cash For Most Cars Trucks And Van s Free Towing 24/7 II Call (813) 403-0800 I Buy Junk Cars Up To $500.00 & Up Free Pick Up Of Old Appliances And Metal Call Eric (813) 764-3968 CASH For Cars, Trucks And Vans Free Hauling Lost Title OK II Call (813) 626-5733 Or (813) 924-6255 God Bless We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ Up To $1 ,500.00 For Cars, Trucks Vans, Motorcycles Running Or Not Pick Up Unwanted Metals 24/7 (813) 695-2438 II JUNK CARS II Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 II LAWN SERVICE II "We Do Best For Less" MAC DADDY Lawn Service And Complete Clean-Up We Haul: Debris, Limbs And Furniture Phone (813) 245-9761 II METAL II Need Money? We Pay Top Dollar For Cars All Core Auto Parts: Batteries, Radiators, Transmission, Etc. All Appliances And Scrap Metals Call (813) 77G-7188 We Pick Up II MOVERS II All Areas Need To Move Or Move Something In A Hurry? 1 2, Or 3 Bedrooms Call (813) 995-1753 (727) 709-2789 Anytime II PHOTOGRAPHY II Bobby C Photography Anniversaries Children Parties Have Camera Will Travel Wedding/Receptions Adult Parties Private Sessions, Shut Ins Call 813-416-0717 II PLUMBING Gil Robinson Plumbing Installation Of : Kitchen Sinks And Cabinets We Specialize ln General Plumbing Phone (813) 872-0927 Or (813) 404-9778 ., "TT :!! c c m C') m s: tD m ::c _!'-) N 0 ...... ...... "TT r 0 ::c !; CJ) m z z m r tD c: r r m ::! z "D c: tD r en :X m c m < m c: m CJ) c )> z c "TT ::c c

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