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Celebrating 67 Yea.rs In The Tampa .Bay Area oun IVID c:c c -a: ' om ccuse un o us ec ; / : I SEE PAGE 3 0 ...I LL VOL. 66 NO. 31 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Artist Presents Car To Mother 01 9 Children SEE PAGE 3 Citv Council Driver Faces Approves $25,000 DUI Charge In For Gun Buv Back Roundabout Crash SEE PAGE 2 SEE PAGE 2 THANKSGIVING MADE SPECIAl FOR OVER 900 YOUNG PEOPlE For the 25th consecutive year, Donatello's Rest aurant has closed its door to the public on Thanksgiving Day to provide a sumptuous meal for many less fortunate childre n who may not b e able to get a traditional Thanksgiving m e nl. With the ass i stance of several adults, more than 900 young p eople w e r e served t h e traditional m eal with nil the trimmings Among the adults who made sure the e v ent c a m e off s m oothly were: H a r old Har t S teve Sharon, Reed Li gnhart Bobby L. Bowde n , Alexander T izzo Ernesta Chicklowski, Anthony Chicklowski, Guido T iozzo, Gino Tiozzo and G reg Roberts {Photo b y BRUN-11!11! SON Photography)

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; feature i Driver Charged With DUlin Accident c Atloundabout en w ::: t-Tampa Police arrested a man Saturda y night a fter an acc ident left a car in flames on 40th Street. According to reports, Ricky Polston, 33, was drivin g north on 40th Street a ppro ac hing River hills. Po lic e sa id when Polston e n t ere d th e roundabout at 40th Street and Rive rhill s, he failed t o yie ld for a vehicl e travelin g eas t and s tru ck it in th e rear. Th e impa ct caused th e reare nd ed vehicl e to ca tch fi.re. Em e rg e ncy p e r so nn e l wer e calle d and ex1:inguis h e d th e fire imm e diat e ly. No one was injur ed in th e acc id e nt or th e fire. The report said w h e n offi-RICKY POLSTON Polston was adm ini stered a so bri ety t es t and found to b e over th e legal limit. cers approac h ed Polston, th ey reported sme llin g a l coC hoi a nd called for a DUI unit. a: Polston was arr es t ed and c h arge d with drivin g under th e influ e n ce. H e was l a t er released after pos tin g a $500 bond u. c z < c en w ::: .... > a: w > w c w :X en :::::i m ::: a.. z ..J ..J ::: m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. DEC. 15TH MAINSAIL SUITES HOTEL & CONFERENCE CENTER TAMPA 5108 EISENHOWER (ENTKY ON HIU.SBOROUCH A VI!.) Accident Leaves 5-Year-Oid Fighting For Her lite BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Wednesday evening, a five-year-old child was seri ously injured in a traffic acci dent. The acci dent that has left the child fighting for her life took place at the intersec tion of Palm Riv e r Road and 78th Stre e t According to the Hill s bor ough County Sheriffs Office Ms. Kenyatta Bellamy, 19, was drivin g a Toy ota that col lid ed with a Chevrolet pickup tru c k driven b y 46yea r-old Timothy Cuscaden. Ms. Bellamy a n d h e r two nieces, Aniyah Ankers, 5, and h er s i s t er, 3-yea ro ld Mya Ankers, were all tran s port e d t o th e Tampa General H osp it a l afte r the acc id e nt Ms. Bellamy was t reate d a nd r e l eased for bruises an d contu sio n s M y a was n ot in-ANIYAH ANKERS ... Fighting for her life jured How eve r Aniyah received injuries to her head a nd upper bod y a r ea Her m ot h e r Mrs. Alison Anker, said h er d a ughter un d e rwent surgery for head trauma to r ed uce the swelling night She also h as contusion s to the lungs i s i n a coma and on life s upport. Her moth e r said the famil y h as in s ur a nce, but it will only cover 8o% of the hospital bill that is continuously mount ing. Aniyah is expected to re main in the Critical Care Unit for at least two more weeks. The family is in the process of est a blishing a trust fund to help with the hospital bills. Aniyah is the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Donald (Alison) Ankers. She at tends school at Denham Oaks Elementary School, in Pasco County where the famil y li v es In addition to Mya, Aniyah also has a 4-month old brother. Her grandmother Mrs. Brenda Gaston, is a resi dent of Palm River. She is ask ing th e community for prayers for her two daughters and granddaughter Anyone wishing to contact Mrs. Ankers can reach her at (813) 369-2979. Citv Council Approves $25,000 For Gun Buv Back BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Thursday, City Council member s unanimousl y ap proved a $25,000 allocation from a trust fund for Tampa Police to use for a new gun buy-back program. Tampa Police requested the funding because of the recent rash of murders committed with handguns The gun bu y back will start on Saturday December 10th from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., a t the Seminole Heights Bap tist Church 801 E. Hillsbor ough Avenue. Those surrendering the guns will re ceive $50 per gun and the guns can be submitted anon y mously with no questions asked. Police are requesting that anyone turning in a gun must make sure that the weapon is not loaded and in a plastic bag While transporting the News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Mlohtlle B 1no. weapon, it should be placed inside the trunk of the car or inside a box. An officer will either remove it or pick it up. The Gun buy back comes on the heels of several murders that took place last month. Prior to the gun buy back, City Councilman Frank Reddick will host a press conference Wednesday, De cember tl', at 10 a.m. The conference will take place at the Tampa Police District III Office, 3808 N. 22nd Street During the conference, Councilman Reddick, along with law enforcement and other community leaders will address the increased vi olence in the community With several young peo ple dead and many other ran dom acts of violent behavior within the City of Tampa the community is responding with a "Stop The Violence campaign, Councilman Reddick said. In addition to the press conference, a "Stop The Violence From Dope To Hope March" will take place Saturday, December 1oth, 3 p ni. at Greater Mount Carmel AME Church 4209 N. 34th Street. A Candlelight Vigil will immediatel y follow. On January 51 \ at 6 p m. a follow up "Stop The Violence" m ee ting will t a k e place at th e CDC of Tampa lnc., 1907., E. Hillsborough Ave nue, Suite 100 a t 6 p.m

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-1 Single Mother Of 9 Receives_ Car From local Artist BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Local artist, Tom G. and his partners, Team Fetti, try every yea r to give something back to the community that has supported them. This year, Tom G. and Team Fetti made an arrangement with a local car dealer ship to give a car away to a family desperately in need of transportation. "We sat and intervi ewe d a lot of people and just about all of them were eligible to get the car. But, this one lady stood out from the others." The lad y Tom G. is talking about is Jennese Tolbert. Ms. Tolbert is a s ingle mother with 9 children she's caring for, and has experi enced some rough times over the years. Ms. Tolbert is a nativ e of Buffalo, New York, and came Young Mom Accused 01 Giving suspect Gun In Shooting SHAMIRIA HARDRICK ... Charged with attempted first-degree murder A shooting in the Robles Park Public Housing Complex on Thursday has left one man fighting for his life, the mother of two children jailed without bond, and a third man sought by police. According to Tampa Police, shortly before 3 p.m., Thursday, 22-year-old Dontavious Clark allegedly became en gaged in an argument with Darnell Keyon Ammons, 21, while in the 400 block of E. Selma Street. Ms. Shamiria Hardrick 22, was pushing her two children ages 1 and 3, in the stroller and walking with Ammons. At some point during the argument, Ms. Hardrick al legedly handed Ammons a handgun. Ammons allegedly shot Clark more than one time in the upper body and both he and Ms. Hardrick fled the scene Clark-ran to a nearby apartment and was transported to a local hospital. He was listed in critical condition fol lowing surgery, police said. Following the shooting, po lice conducted a search of an apartment in the 200 block of Moore Street, but failed to locate either suspect. The Tacti cal Response Team and the Hostage Negotiators also re-DONTAVIOUS ClARK .. In Critical Condition DARNELL KEYON AMMONS ... Warrant Issued for Attempted firstdegree murder sponded to the scene. Later in the evening, police located Ms. Hardrick and transported her to police headquarters. Following an inter view, Ms. Hardrick was arrested and charged with attempted first-degree murder, child neglect, and carrying a concealed firearm. She is being held without bond. A w.arrant has been i ssued for Ammons for attempted first-degree murder and using a firearm in the commission of a felony, police said. Police are asking anyone with information pertaining to the whereabouts of Ammons to call (813) 231-6130, or Crime Stoppers. Tom G. and the winner of in the car giveaway, Jennese Tolbert. to Tampa as the wife of a mili tary m a n A t that time s he h a d only one c hild "As tim e went o n m y family grew a nd now I h ave 5 daughters, 3 gra ndchildren a nd a noth e r c hild I've taken i nto my home to care for. Begin nin g in Apri l of this y ear, we were s taying in a home that was foreclosed on. We were served an eviction no tice and we h ad no where to go. We filed a n a ppeal and got an a ddition a l to days, but we had to lea ve after that. "We were homeless for a while, but later we found another place. I needed a lot of help to make it happen, and it was a struggle. Ms. Tolbert said at that time two of her daughters were expecting and for three months, she received public ass istance I feel ble sse d to be where I am. I had a car but it broke down and it was hard not being able to get around. I felt so blessed when Tom G. and the other guys told me I had won their contest. "When I got the news I had won, at first I was shocked. I was talked into entering the m contest by my children, be-cause the only thing I had done m socially was attend church." ::0 Ms. Tolbert said she !' knew when she met the young men they were humble, and their words held so much weight. "They really touched my heart, and now we can ride together. Things have really turned around for us, and all I have to say is to God be the giory, because without Him, it wouldn't be possible. "I have family members I can visit now, and we couldn't' be happier." Tom G. said the minute Ms. Tolbert sat and started talking with them, he knew she would be the winner of the contest. "Her story really touched 1\) 0 "'"'" "'"'" us, and I wish we could do more for her and her family. It just seemed to us she was the perfect fit as our contest winner, and we were honored to present her the keys and meet 0 her family." :!:! Ms. Tolbert is a member g of Tragedy To Triumph Min-en istries under the watch of New m Beginnings Church Elder !i Elmer Williams, pastor. z m r m c: r r SAVE OUR SONS m :::! z 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. SEMINOLE HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 801 EAST HILLBOROUGH AVENUE CORNER OF HILLSBOROUGH & NEBRASKA ANONYMOUS & NO QUESTIONS ASKED $5Q PER GUN WWW.TAMPAGOV.NET/POLICE "'D c: m r c;; :I: m c m < m -1 c: m en c )> z c ::0 c C) m w

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[ -ditorials/Lolumns CD a: w m :: w 0 w c >"' en w :::::;) ..... .I:L.ORI.OA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member ol National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. 1990-94 CP Timelnternational POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBUSHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT AWSON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subsaiptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect tha editorial stance of The Aorlda Sentinel Bulletin or tha Publisher First Things First For The Citv Of Tampa Though in the past, courts ruled against it, and observers remarked other municipalities experienced constitutional difficulties maintaining it, we applaud Mayor Bob Buckhorn and City Council members on their intent to rein in the crimes of prostitution and drug dealing by impounding the solicitors' cars. C However, as has also been stated by Tampa residents as a: well as by certain political representatives, the City of u.. Tampa has a far more pressing concern. And unlike the concern of prostitution and drugs, which are both moral <( obscenities, this concern is one that has already cost lives. Ms. Monica Alvarez did not ask to put her life and the a life of her unborn baby in danger, when she was recently en struck down on 43rd Street by a driver who had no idea she W was in his way. All she wanted to do was to cross the street. ::::l Her wish and her death were brought before Tampa City Council where council members were informed the City a: was working on it. Working on it? What do you mean, W working on it? [i Council members were advised that the situation was c more complex than it seemed. The City must negotiate W with"private property owners; boundaries and fences must :I: be moved, etc., before plans might be developed then brought back for Council consideration. All of these steps m would take time. In the meantime, on 43rd Street, other ::::l pregnant mothers and their unborn babies must wait in CL line to die. Z Perhaps, this editorial is too insensitive. Maybe, by our ffi words, we show our ignorance to the ins-and-outs of mu...1 niclpal progress. So be it. Impounding the cars of Johns ...I who break prostitution and drug abuse laws is noble. But putting lights on the sidewalk to keep people from dying is ...1 humane. Which do you propose should come first? w z z w en C a: 0 ..J LL. The Business Of Higher Education We're reminded of the Straw Man in the Wizard of Oz. All he needed was a brain. These days, however, all the Straw Man would need would be a brain and at least $7,000. That's how much he would need if he attended colleges and universities in the State of Florida. But if our state legislators have anything to do with it, such so-called meager financial expectations will change and soon. Educator W. E. B. DuBois was fond of saying, "Higher education is not to make men plumbers, but is to make plumbers men." Such noble sentiment, however, does not hide the fact that higher education -despite its scholarly trappings -has always been a business. Add backroom maneuvering and political wrangling to the soup and what you get from college is a tuition cost that would make an eagle on a dollar bill blush. But Florida legislators insist collegians need to pay more to know more. In what appears to be another attack against education and the middle class, certain legislators demand that a "projected" $2 billion deficit in our state's budget should be rectified by slashing monies earmarked for higher education and by making students foot the blll to be brilliant. What we detect is a simmering jealousy toward an increasingly besieged educated Indeed, we fear many political leaders believe now as they did during slavery, that an educated populace is an enemy of political control. W -es, higher education is a business. But when anti-intellectualism and racism are added to the mix, it becomes 0: a mockery to Democracy and the American. Dream. The Tanoo EPidemic Not too long ago, no children had tattoos, ladies had no tattoos and only a very few roughneck men had them. In fact, tattoo parlors were rare. Today, tattoos are an epi demic. Everybody has tattoos. Men, women and children have them. While it was once rare to see anybody with a tattoo, today, it is rare to see someone without one. It is not enough to have one tattoo. The fashionable thing to do today is to have them all over your body. People today even get tattoos on their faces. I will admit that I am prejudice when it comes to tattoos. I have never seen a tattoo that I like. I think that tattoos are ugly, gross and distasteful. Remember, I ad mitted from the start that I am prejudice against them. I often ask myself why people mess their bodies up with the tattoos. Then I ask why people are not satisfied with just one small one? I have asked a number of people why they get tattoos. Researching Black Historv: Rare Resources "Where do you find infor mation on some of the peo ple, topics, and events you write about?" is a commonly asked question by some readers and friends who read this column. Today, I will share some of the resources that I have found to be invaluable when researching Black History. Though some of them are out of print, they will still make valuable Christmas gifts, if you can find them. Next to the Bible, one of the books that I believe all Black households should possess is a copy of The Negro Almanac: A Refer ence wo1k on The Afro American. The Negro Almanac is one of the most consolidated and comprehensive reference books on the his tory and culture of Black Americans and significant contributions made by thousands of Black Ameri cans. This more than 1,000 paged document includes information you will seldom read, see, or hear in any school history class. If you're interested, sevj;!t:aL copies o the 51h editiOi:l"-: Negro Almanac are avail able at Amazon.com. Other excellent resources are the J. A. Rogers collec tion, which includes 100 Facts about the Negro: With Complete Proof, Africa's Gift to America, Sex and Race (vols. 1-3), World s Great Men and Women ofColor,America's Negro Presidents, and sev eral other books and pamphlets. Considered to be "one of the greatest popularizers of African history in the 2oth century Rogers wrote books, pamphlets, newspaper articles and journal columns about the history of Africa and the African Di aspora as well as the history of African Americans in the United States and Western Hemisphere. Providing a wide range of Black life and thought, AfroAmerican History: Primary Sources by Thomas Frazier uses historical documents (speeches, position papers of Black organiza tions, and statements by Black leaders) that originated in the Black commu nity to show how Blacks I have heard basically two answers. The first is that tattoos look good on me. To these I say, 'Oh really'! The second answer is that it is the style. To them I say, 'Oh really!' Neither of these two rea sons justifies the tattoos in my opinion. Some say I did it for my girlfriend or boyfriend and still others say it was just something to do. While I don't approve of tattoos, I respect the right of grownups to mark up their bodies with these things if they want to. But the children are a different story. Children should not be al lowed to get tattooed up. Tattoos, I understand can be removed. I also understand that it is a painful pro cedure. For most people though, the tattoos are with them for life. have contributed to the de velopment of America. Indeed, a reader will find fascinating information be ginning with Olauda Equiano's narrative on his slave experiences, ending with commentary on the Black Power Movement. In addition, among other resources I use frequently is the Afro-American History Series, a four volume set of books by Encyclopedia Bri tannica Educational Corporation. The series is a chronicle of Black participation in the American story as a people instead of providing information on specific Blacks Beginning with a chronolog ical history of Africa, and ending with the Civil Rights Movement, the series in cludes "A People Uprooted: 1500 -18oo" (vol. 1), "Chains of Slavery: 1800 1965 (vol. 2) "Separate and Unequal: 1865-1910 (vol. 3) and Quest for Equality: 1910 -to Present (1969). In the future, I will share other books magazines, tel evision documentaries, government and collegiate/ university websites and col lections, and Black History museums as well as their websites that I have found to be valuable resources of Black History. However, I highly suggest using three or more sources for researching a topic because of the possibility of finding false accounts of data and events. Now, you are set to begin your own research. Happy Black History hunting and a hearty Hatambee!

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Horoscopes/Soaps Horoscopes Today's Birthday -When it comes down to it, all you need is love and you have that in spades. Light candles, and enjoy a specially prepared meal with a special someone. To gether, you can make your dreams come true. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Channels are open for har mony at home and work. You 've got the energy and confidence to make it all happen. It' s a good time to ask for money. Smile. Taurus {April 20-May 20) -Don't listen to the monkeys out there, or the ones in your head that try to put you down Don t lose faith. Keep looking and find what you love. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Your friends are there for who you are, not for what you have. Set priorities within your budget. Don t get lost in the material. Phone a relative. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Service is the secret to your success. The more you give, the more you receive. Emotional balance and communication come easily. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Send support to someone on the front lines. E"1ra work is paying off, so pay it forward. Write down direc tions and explain. Let your conscience be your guide. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You feel reassur e d and over come obstacles with ease. The right words com e easily now You' re convincing and charming. Make that pitch Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Others have mo re to provid e than you know. Open a new partnership opportunity. Tog e th e r yo u can solve an old puz z le (and invent new ones) Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Your capacity to get thing s done quickly and efficiently earns you major points Fire up your financial engines and use that creativity to bring in cash Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-A match in love is avail able now. Write a romantic poem or letter, and seal it with a kiss. Mone y looks better, but avoid spending what you don t have. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-An investment in your home is okay Figure out clever ideas to get what y ou need for the best use of resources. You lo ve the results. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-You can find almost every thing on your list today. Money's coming in and you r e h avi n g fun. Find incredible bargains today, and save a bundle. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) -The two of yo u s hine. You're in action, and it s coming up roses. An abundant harv est lets you share generously. Give thanks all around. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUllFUL-Pam goes into covert mod e in order to help a new ally; Katie warns Liam to keep his eye on his wife; Jackie channels Sally Spectra to gain inspiration for h er up coming line. Nick takes a special lady out for a boat ride ; Stephanie and Hope interrogate Beverly ; Pam asks Jackie for assurance that she will be taken care of; Jackie and Owen come to an agreement about the work he brings hom e with him Nick s news to Jackie causes her to panic about its possible effects on th e ir bu siness plans; Pam flashes back on her past before making a powerful a n nouncement; Owen overhears a conversation between Jackie and Pam DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Bo and Hope make a shocking dis covery while decorating the Horton Christmas tree ; Sami confronts Will in the aftermath of his explosion at Maggie 's; Nicole and Mar lena have a chilling war of words. Abe officiates the tr eelightin g ceremony; EJ plans a romantic evening; Maggie make s a maternal gesture; Doug and Julie arrive in Salem for a surprise visit ; a bud ding couple fights their attraction. Hope reaches out to two im probable allies for help with Alice' s mystery ; Kate feels empathy toward an unlikely foe; Abigail and Chad feel the possibility of ro mantic sparks, but not with each other. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Robin and Patrick have an impor tant discussion; Elizabeth is angry at Luke; Lulu and Dante have a disagreement. Sonny returns home; Jason and Sam resolve to not let Franco get in the way of their love; Carly has a new roommate. Sam breaks down to Michael ; Jason may have a breakthrough; Dante asks Delores to drinks. ONE LIFE TO UFE-Aubrey drops a bombshell on Rex; Todd becomes worried when Calmar is brought in to the LPD; Starr 's desperate measures may come back to haunt her Cutter and Stacy visit an important place in Gigi's past; Roxy receives devastating news; Viki and Clint s reminiscing leads to a kiss Roxy is desperate to save something she loves; Shane plans to get justice for his mother. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Sharon vows to help ViCtor; Daniel tells Lily not to trust Cane. Daniel and Eden share a pas sionate night; Angelina responds to Devon's coaching. Victor re fuses to rescind his confession; Sharon turns to Avery for help. The Howard W. Blake High School, class of 1968 held a reception during their weekend celebration. Lucious Davis, Eugene Leata and Ernest Coney attended the event. Dr. Samuel Wright, Eric Derricotte and James were pictured as they received awards from a local community organization. ., 5 :::D en m z m r-aJ c r r-gJ z "tJ c tD c en ::1: m c m c! m ;c: )> z c

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.,... Birthda I The conon Girls 7J SANAA '7' And DANAJA '2' Happy birthday to our precious princesses. We love you From: parents, Toya and Dwayne "Cool" Cotton; sisters grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins godparents and friends. Our Men And Women Two Airmen Graduate From Militarv Academv en w ::;) 1->a: w > w c w :I: (IJ :J al ::;) a. z t= w ..J Two former b ay area residents recently graduated from basic military training. The graduation ceremony took place at Lackland Air Force Base, in San Antonio, Texas. The airmen completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills They also earned four credits toward an Associate in Applied Sci ence degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Airman Jerry L. Allen is the son of Shelia Allen, of Tampa. He is a 2009 graduate of Jefferson High School. Airman 1st Class Asha D. Johnson is the daughter of Solomon Johnson, of Tampa, and former ward of Kelly Siville, of Thonotosassa. She graduated from Plant High School in 2009 ..J ::;) al ..J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL. Advertise Todav! Call813-248-1921 BirthdatJ Celebrations Eddie Oliver Celebrates Birthday Eddie Oliver celebrated his birthday Thanksgiving Eve at Ybor Square. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Marion Jones helped Eddie celebrate his birthday. Lady Diva and Ms. Fine attended the birthday bash. Rodney and Ms. G were among the birthday guests. Candv lowe Celebrates Birthdav Jarvis El-Amin hosted a birthday party for Candy Lowe at his home. Family members and friends were there to wish her well. (Photos by Julia Jackson) irgil and Angela attended the party. Shondrn and Yolanda were among the party guests. Birthday party host, Jarvis El-Amin realtor Meshay Holiday and Dexter Allen.

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-f Commissioners To Former Civil Rights Activist Decide on legal Expenses Dies Following LengthY Illness Of Two Former Emplovees BY IRIS B. HOLTON Mr. Saunders' tenure as m Sentinel City Editor State Field Director of the 6i PAT BEAN Former Hillsborough County Administrator RENEE LEE Former Hillsborough County Attorney On Wednesday, the Hillsborough Board of County Commissioners will make a decision about two former e mplo yees. The board will decide whether to reimburse the former employees for legal expenses accrued during a criminal inve s tigation in which no charges were filed Both former County Administrator Pat Bean and former County Attorney Renee Lee are see king reimbursement for their legal expenses. The investigation was requested by Commissioner Kevin Beckner into a 1 % raise that Ms. Bean and Attorney Lee received without the approval of the board. Both women repaid the raise and were not charged at the inclusion of the 15-month investigation. NUCPToHold Monthlv General MembershiP Meeting Members of the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their monthly Gen e ral Membership Meeting. The m ee tin g will take place on Thursday, Decemb e r 8th, 7 p.m., at th e New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, 405 N. Oregon Street. Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons is the ho s t pastor. Anyone with any concerns are e ncour aged to atte nd the m eet ing. During the meeting those in attendance will di sc u ss commu nity issue s and concerns. For questions, contact th e Branch Office at 813-234-8683 or visit the website at www.hillsboroughnaacD.Qig. Dr. Carolyn H. Collins is th e Branch Pre si dent; Rev. Jay Jackson is the Religiou s Affairs Chairman; and Ms. Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary. FYI East Tampa Association To Host Holiday Meal The East Tampa Business and Civic Association will be hosting their first annual holiday meal event on Saturday, December 10th from 11 a. m. until1 p.m The event will be held at the 29th Street Church of Christ, 3310 North 29th Stre et. For more information, donations or to volunteer, call (813) 248-3977 Crime Watch Meeting Green Ridge Estates and Delaney Creek will hold their last Crime Watch Meeting of the year on Tuesday, D ece mber 6, 2011. The 6 :307:30 p. m. meeting will b e held at Winsto n Park, 7605 Destin Dr., Tampa (33619). All memb e r s of the community a r e invit ed to attend and dis cuss concerns for the upcoming year, 2012 R efres hm e nts will be serv ed. The coor dinator i s Mrs. Ola Lott, (813) 626-4831. A longtime Tampa resident who played an integral part in the local Civil Rights Move ment died. Mrs. Helen Saunders was 90 years old. A native of Mims, Florida, Mrs. Saunders moved to Tampa in the early 1950s as a young adult. She assumed an active role in the Civil Rights Mov e m e nt beside her hus band the late Robert Saunders, Sr. On Christmas Day, 1951, Mrs. Saunders' hometown gained notoriety when the home ofHarryT. and Harriett T. Moore was bombed. The exp losion which claimed both their lives, took place on their 25th wedding anniver sary. Mr. Saunders replaced Mr. Moore as th e State Secre tary of the NAACP. Mrs. Saunders worked beside her husband during the turbulent Civil Rights Move ment in the 1950s and 1960s. She became a member of the Tampa Branch NAACP. Mrs. Saunders served as the branch s Secretary a nd Presi dent. After moving to Tampa Mrs. Saunders became em ployed at the Central Life In-MRS. HELEN SAUNDERS 4/7/1921 --12/1/2011 surance Company, where she worked for 35 years before re tiring. Mrs. Saunders was also active at Beulah Institu tional Baptist Church, where she was a longtime member. After becoming a breast cancer survivor, Mrs. Saunders beca me active in the fight against the disease. Her priorities were her church, her family, and Civil Rights, her son, Robert (Bobby) Saunders, Jr., said. Mr. and Mrs. Saunders were featured in the April1985 edition of Jet Magazine after the donated their Civil Rights papers and records to the Uni versity of South Florida Library. The Collection included p a pers and photographs from NAACP. Mrs. Saunders do-m nated her records during her years of service as the Secretary 1\) and President of the organiza-o tion. ::: Earlier this year, Mrs. Saunders was among the for mer NAACP presidents during the organization's Freedom Fund Dinner In February, she attended the unveiling of a bust of her husband at the public li brary named in his honor. The library was renamed in 2004. Saunders said his mother s health began to de cline after his father's death in 2003. She had a hard, long road these last few years since my dad passed. But her faith in Christ brought her through," he said. Saunders said his mother was in the care of Hospice at the time of her death. She was suffering from kidne y failure. Mrs. Saunders is sur-"TT vived by other family mem-r-bers friends, and church 0 members in addition to her :::rJ son. Funeral services for Mrs. Saunders will be held on Thursday (See Funeral Page). Harmon's Funeral Home is in charge of handling arrange ments. c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z "'tJ c: IJJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < m :::rJ -< -f c: m CJ) c )> z c "TT :::rJ c Hillsborough Community College offers: Associate in arts degrees Associate in science degrees. Certificates and short-term training for real world jobs. Smaller class sizes. online classes. convenient schedules. Tuition 50% less than most state universities. For more reasons, ask one of our 48,000 students! December 9: Payment due date December 13: Application due date January 9: Classes begin Register for spring 201 2 classes at hccfl.edu. 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i; 1\eli_gious F vents N cD a: w m w (.) w c Women Of Promise Reconnecting With Its Tampa FellowshiP c en w ::) t-BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Women of Promise will reconnect with its Tampa fellowship on Saturday, De cember 10, 2011 for a train ing session. The group of Christian women sharing the good news of Jesus Christ will return to their be ginnings in the Marriott Courtyard 3805 W. Cypress (at Westshore Blvd.). According to Evangelist Jacqueline Garcia Williams, founder the women will gather from 12 noon to 2 p. m to reunite and re-kindle the fire for fel lowship. Women of Promise (WOP) started here in Tampa in 1995 as an out reach of a vendor/mail order Christian bookstore started by Evangelist Williams a: called God's Giving Grace u... The mobile bookstore was C set up the first Saturday of the month at the Marriott Courtyard and ended with a c fellowship of Christians m sharing the good news of ::) Jesus Christ, prayer, testit-monies and more. The bookstore closed, but the ministry grew and was W resurrected in Tallahassee in 2007. The ministry has :::1: been on a steady pace ever since. Evangelist m Williams moved to Talla::) D.. z tu ...J ...J ::) m hassee in 2000. "We started out as an out reach ministry for hurting women. Now we continue to help hurting women, but we are aiso evangelizing more ...J with a mission : Christian women reaching the multii= tude, preparing the world Z for the 2nd coming of Jesus w en Christ, she explained. a: 0 ...J I.L. co w EVANGELIST JACQUELINE GARCIA WILLIAMS In September 2007, Women of Promise host ed a women's conference in Tal lahassee; 2008, hosted a worship retreat; 2009, spon sored P eople of Promise R e vival, reaching into 5 communities; 2010, a Prayer Breakfast was h e ld. In No vember 2011, there were outreach training sessions in Tallahassee and Cairo, GA. "In 2012, we are not just reuniting with the Tampa WOP but we are also expanding to 5 other areas: Montgomery, AL, Tuskegee, AL, Atlanta, GA, Cairo GA and Jacksonville, FL. The evangelism message is R-U Ready? R-U-Ready for the second coming of Jesus Christ (Matt. 24:44)?, she asks WOP will hold its annual conference in Tampa October 4-6, 2012. This is a free conference for WOP partners. Attendees are asked to bring 10 family members and/ or friends. Evangelist Williams is married to AI Williams Together they have 4 children, 2 daughters-in-law and 2 grandsons. She is a member ofNorthview Christian Center-Safe Harbor, in Montgomery AL. Harvest Time Mlnlttrlttlntematlonal15115 N.19th StLutz, FL 33&49 a.: Commissioner les Miller Presents Proclamation To St. Peter Claver Catholic School On November 16, 2011, Commissioner Les Miller presented a Proclamation to St. Peter Claver School for its tradition of quality education and ongoing positive impact upon the Tampa Bay community. Pictured are top row, L-R: Commissioners Les Miller, Sandra Murman, Ken Hagan, Mark Sharpe and Kevin Beckner. Bottom row: Julie Jenkins, St. Peter Claver Director of Development; Dr. Diane Briscoe, Board Consultant; Luella Carrington, Board Member; Sr. Maria Babatunde, Principal; Molbert Scrivens, Chairman, Pastoral Council; and Sonja Garcia, President, School Board. The Proclamation was accepted by Sister Maria, who responded with acknowledgement of the legacy of the school and pledged to continue to work for the fulfillment of each child's God-given potential. Ministrv Celebrates 10 Years 01 Service 01 Elder Shirlev Jenkins Pastor T. B. Jenkins founded Christlike Ministry 10 years ago and his vision still lives on in the work of Pastor Charles Patrick and Elder Shirley Jenkins today. Since the beginning first with Pastor T. B. Jenkins and then as the baton was passed to Pastor Charles Patrick, her support has contributed to hundreds of men residing at the Ministry getting a second chance in life countless homeless indi viduals receiving three meals a day, those in need having clothing and necessary items and fellow members of the congregation growing closer to God. "Elder Jenkins is truly a woman of God," says Pastor Patrick. "Her commitment to supporting her husband in the vision God gave him, as well as after his untimely passing, is inspirational. The same determined support she gave her husband, she gives to me today. "The essence of Christlike Ministry is the forever-burn-ELDER SHIRLEY AND BISHOP T. B. JE.Nl{INS ing flame that never goes out within Elder Jenkins. Hope emanates, stimulates and illuminates anyone that comes in contact with her. So come out and celebrate her steadfast service to the Lord." The 10th Anniversary Cele bration is scheduled for Sun day, December nth at 4 p m. at Christlike Ministry, 3011 Orient Road. The service will be presided over by Bishop Halsey Watkins and in clude music, fellowship and praise. Christlike Ministry and Worship Center has been spreading God's word and message for 10 years. The Ministry houses individuals who have recently been released from prison and jail, and those struggling with ad dictions and provides food and clothing to those who require it. The Worship holds worship services twice a week, at 7 p. m. on Wednesday, and at 11 a .m. on Sunday.

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Loca 'Saved In Citv' PI Focuses On Single Christian Men BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Writers often delve into the personal lives of women to bring their stories to life. But men seldom receive the same intense scrutiny. However, on Friday, December 9th, members of the community will have an opportunity to witness the behavior of four men who happen to be best friends. Through "Saved In The City," a stage play, will Ms. Tiffany Edwards explores the lives of the four friends Mike, Morris, Dave, and Sam. All four of the men are Christians and all are single. Although the play is set in Tampa, it is typical of any city in the country. City life proves to be especially challenging for the young men as they rely on their Christianity and lean on each other for support as they meet life's challenges. In the play, Ms. Edwards allows each of the men to make independent decisions during a crisis. However, they eventually find their way and make the appropri ate choices. And those choic es lead to unexpected ends for the young men. Ms. Edwards became an established writer more than ten years ago. She has gained experience in the per forming arts as an actress, writer, and director. She possesses a unique quality in her presentation that evokes a full range of emotions from her audience. Ms. Edwards founded Stillwind Productions several years ago. Her goal is, "To created dramatic moments in order to bring families together so that relationships are strengthened and God is glorified." Ms. Edwards is the author of several dramatic presentations, musicals, and skits. Some of her works include "An Unusual Christmas," "He Saw The Best In Me," and "Does it Take All Of That?" For additional information about the play call (813) 951-1213; or visit www.stillwind productions.com. man To Film Documentarv About Her Father BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Lexi Lewis grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. She gradu ated from Arcadia University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Manage-ment. And went on to receive her Master' s Degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Phoenix. Ms. Lewis was reared with the love of music instilled in her, and credits her late father, Lewis Watts, for being her inspi rational leader. Mr. Watts, born with no arms, was the lead singer of his own band, and sang/shared the stage with Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Louis Armstrong, and others. He also recorded an album at Carnegie Hall and performed at the famous Apollo Theater, winning twice with his band. "My father as an inspira tion to so many people, and I didn't realize just how many lives he had touched until after he passed. "I moved to Tampa 5 years ago, and it was here I started working on a book and a film LEXILEWIS about his life." Ms. Lewis said she's working with an Emmy award winning writer on the project. She's also a contributing writer for Smooth Jazz Magazine. She tells a story of how a chance meet ing turned into her meeting a great artist. "I was on a cruise recently and I met George Duke. We started talking, and I told him about my project. To my surprise, he asked if he could do the music score for the documentary. "The documentary will be filmed in Lexington, Virginia and in Cleveland." Ms. Lewis said she grew LEWIS WA'ITS up around the influence of singing, and her mom want ed her to be a singer when shewas5. "As a 5-year-old, I was thinking about a lot of things, and singing wasn't among them. I totally rejected the idea then, but now, that's exactly what I do. "I get very emotional when I discover how many people knew my father and how he had an impact on their lives." Ms. Lewis said she's try ing to round up sponsors for her movie project, and the process is moving slowly, but Rec leader, Volunteer Honored Bv Youth Football Organization BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Alvin Flolder is not a pub licity seeker. As a matter of fact, he'd just rather go on doing what he does and not be boasted about in the news paper. On Wednesday, December 7, 2011, he became one of 9 honorees from across the country, who were inducted into the American Youth Football (AYF) 2011 Hall of Fame. The induction ceremo ny was held at the Dolphin Hotel in Walt Disney World. According to information on the organization's website, all inductees have worked with youth for 25 years or more. It is the highest honor bestowed on an AYF Administrator of Coach. Joining Holder for this prestigious honor will be: Sam Jackson, Brooklyn, NY; Buzz Labe, Central Massachusetts; Dave Summa, Waterbury, CT; Deb Hughes, Central Massachusetts; Pam Cronauer, San Diego, CA; Danny Valle, New Jersey; Kathy Robinson, Oak Grove, CA; and Curtis Givens, Memphis, TN. "I am very honored and humbled by this award. There have been 2 other occasions when I have been honored in this fashion, but this one means so much more because it is the essence of what I am about as a person. It defines my goals and objectives in life, which is to be a produc tive and positive influence in the society in which I live," Holder stated. A product of the Tampa Bay Area, Holder graduated from Robinson High School. Athletics has been a huge part of his life and has made a tremendous positive differ ence is his development. He attended Peru State College in Peru, Nebraska, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education and had a success ful collegiate football career. He received such honors as Kodak All American, Hall of Fame Honors for Peru State College and the State of Nebraska, as well as being honored as the Athlete of the Year for Nebraska, After graduation, he returned to Tampa and became a permanent tution teacher at Franklin Junior High School, while at the same time beginning a career with the City of Tampa Parks And Recreation Dept. "At the time I was undecid ed whether I wanted to teach school full time or work in the recreation field. One thing I did know was that I wanted to work with kids to help make a difference in their lives just as Billy Reed, Jessie Oats, Tom O'Brian and Jerry Joy had made in my life as a student athlete. Obviously, I chose the Leisure Service field and have been in this field for 29 plus years," he explained. As a Rec Leader, Holder was responsible for providing positive recreation and life skill activities. As a volunteer, he coached and helped youth develop discipline, sportsmanship and commit to excellence. As an official, he made sure both athletes and coaches abided by the tules that governed the game. And, last, but not least, as a Certified Youth Sports Administrator, hi:; emphasis is on making sure those that coach youth are properly background, trained and understand the importance of positive development in youth in sports.

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.,... .,... uS a: w m :2 w () w c c (f) w :::J 1-c a: OHicials Take Part In Fund raiser To Benefit School On Thursday, evening, school officials from Middleton High School will don McDonald's uniforms. rusistant Principal Robert Quinn, Principal Owen Young, and Assistant Principal Kim Moore, of Middleton High School will work behind the counter as a fundraiser for the school. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, the regular z customers of one Tampa ct restaurant may not recognize the faces behind the C counter serving them. On, ffi the other hand, if they are parents of students attending a local high school, w then they may wonder why > these people are behind the w known a s McT eachers Night. Sponsored b y indi vidual franchises, the school and restaurant become partners m the fundraiser. For a period of two hours, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., 20% of the proceeds collected benefit the school. To ensure that the school receives the funds, each in dividual will be given a voucher. The voucher i s stapled to the receipt and dropped into a collection box for the Tigers located on the front counter. Pro ceeds from the Arch Card and Gift Certificate purchases are not included. c w :::z:: (f) ::::; m :::J ll. z i= w _, _, :::J m counter. Customers and parents alike, of the McDonald s Restaurant, 1908 E. Hillsborough Avenue, can rest assured that their worlds have not turned upside down. Middleton High School Principal Owen Young, along with Mrs. Kim Moore and Robert Quinn, both Assistant Principals, are serving up smiles. The administrators are participating in a national fundraiser Additionally, vouchers can be obtained at the school, during games, and in the parking lot by members of the school's PTSA The funds will be used to make improvements throughout the school. Prevention & Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation BAMA Meeting Features Special Guest The Bay Area Medical Asso ciation held its November meeting at the Rusty Pelican Restaurant. Their special guest speaker was Darryl R. Matthews, Sr., Executive Director of the National Med ical Association. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Darryl Matthews, Sr., Executive Director of the National Medical Association, addressed the physicians in attendance. Ingol Lee Loy, D.D.S., President of the Dental Association, with William Marsh, D. D. S. Faith Felder, M. D., President of Bay Area Medical Association, addresses the attendees. Nichelle Threadgill, M. D., Tyra Diggs, M. D., and Jenny Chamblain, M. D., attended the meeting. Among the physicians in attendance were: Paul McRae, M. D., Simarta Brennean, M. D., Kylin Brady, and George Banks, M. D. Also in attendance were: Marcus Parker, M. D., Glenda Parker, M. D., Krist Bowman, Medical Student; and Lowell

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c: en Former Mavor Holds Book Signing At East Tampa Establishment For Mayor Pam Iorio held a book signing for her new book, "Straight Forward: Ways to Live and Lead" at the Open Cafe on November 28th. (Photos by Julia Jackson) ,.----------Bridget LaTonya Williams Ministers Warniece Johnson and and Debbie Minor Maxine Woodside. were also there. Will be held in December. We're # asking the community for any 'l"lnthir., .. or small appliances they like to donate. Please contact_: Eleanor @ 813-363-4176 Please before you stop by. 3431 N. 22nd St. tompo, FL Report: Identities 11 Expelled Students Revealed; All Four Are Drum Maiors c c m 0 m s: m m :c en 1\) 0 .... .... From L toR: Ricki Willis, the late Robert Champion, Jonathan Boyce, Keon .... and Shawn Turner. (Photo from the FAMUan website). ., r 0 The FAMUan newspaper reports that it has re ceived official university documents confirming the identities of the four students who were expelled in connection to the Robert Champion inci dent. Champion, a drum major in the Marching 100, died on November 19 in Or lando following the Florida Classic. The student newspaper said all four of the expelled students were drum major s who served alongside Champion. According to FAMUan staffers, the students are: Head Drum Major Jonathan Boyce, a 24-year-old senior from Mari etta, GA, along with fellow drum majors Shawn Turner, 25 of Atlanta, Rikki Willis, 23 of Miami and Keon Hollis, 21 of At lanta. President James H. Aunrnons announced the expulsions on November 29 The university has not publicly confirmed the FAMUon s report. The Florida Classic was the Marching 10o s final performance of the 2011 football season. Former Director of Bands Julian E. White told ABC News that I had not told [Champion] yet, but he was slated to be the :!! head drum major next year." Reportedly, the dis missal letter sent to the four expelled students, said it accused them of "an act of hazing" that took place on November 19. It also claimed the ex-students en-en m z -4 z m r m c: r r m z gaged in a "conspiracy," which the student handbook describes as "plan ning with one or more fellow students to commit m an act or acts that violate(s) the University Code of Con-::I: duct." The dismissal letter also said that the alleged m actions of the ex-students were of "a serious, heinous :C or repulsive nature. c: m en c AUTO ACCIDENT > z c ., AT FAULT, NOT AT FAULT, PICK UP SERVICE AVAILABLE LAROCCA INJURY CENTERS, LLC :c c

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Local cD a: w lXI :!: Howard w. Blake Class Of 1910 40th-Year Reunion w The Howard W. Blake High Class of 1970 held its C 40th-year reunion activities at the Embassy Suites West(5 shore. Activities included en w :::1 1-registration, Meet and Greet, Manager's Reception/Happy Hour, Game Night and Ban quet Program. Several of the classmates attended the Homecoming game against Osceola High School and cheered Blake on to vict01y. Program participants for the banquet program were: Edith Randolph, Deborah D. Larry, Sadie Bing-ham Perry, Joe Butler, Jacqueline Haynes, Prin cipal of Blake, Frances Jennings, Co-President of the Athletic Booster Club, Antonia Barber, Theodore "Teddy" Ricks, Gloria . Pilcher Shaw, Michelle Green Dennard, Asst. Su perintendent Lewis Brinson, Dr. Rev. Linda Butts Reese and Jonas Harris. c a: LL c z a: w > w c w :::t: en :J lXI :::1 a. z i= w ..J ..J :::1 lXI ..J w z The 40th reunion Banquet Program was co-chaired by Deborah D. Larry and Edith Randolph. Howard W. Blake Class w of 1970 40th Reunion en President, Mamie Igles (5 concluded the banquet a: program with closing reO marks and made a special ..J presentation to her husLL band, Rudy for his sup-Class of 1970 classmates, Dr. Rev. Linda Butts Reese, Assistant Superintendent Lewis Brinson and Michelle Green Dennard delivered inspirational reflection speeches captivating "The Past, The Present and The Future." N ,.. port, patience, time and assistance he gave while she planned and presided over this reunion. + RollrR Su +SARAN WRAp $10 00 Mof\cll\\ llu.w,dl\) RElAxER & WRAp $40 ColoR ____ $}0 Splk $}0 Blowour $25 Up Do's Cur/LAyERS WEAVE , DESIGN MIZANI NAIRobi RollANd AlTER EGO _!_ftEATMENTS;_ __ AvoCAdo -PlAc ENTA HoT OIL NATURAl AloE VERA t-WRSJyi.ISTS NEEdEd National Sororitv 01 Phi Delta Kappa Alpha Omicron Chapter 30th Luncheon Th e Alpha Omicron Chapt e r of the National Sorority of Phi D e lta Kappa Sorority Inc. h e ld it s 30th Annu a l Lunch e on a nd Fash ion Show at the Marriott Hotel. Fashions were on display from Ann s Favorite Bou tique, narrated by Mrs. Fa-vorite and fashions from African Extravaganza Evelyn Igbinodsun, owner and narrator. Velvet Caldwell was the Mistress of Cere mon y Proceeds from this an nual luncheon benefit the Mary E. McCullough Schol arship Fund. Members of the Alpha Omicron Chapter ofthe National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Sorority, Inc., in attendance were: Seated, left to right: Sylvia Carley, Essie Roberson (president) and Pearl Coffee. Standing, Gilliam, Nadine Johnson, Elmira Curry, Willie Johnson, Erika Jester, Ozie Brown, Sarah Walker and Shirley Parker. President Essie Roberson presented an award to Pearl Coffee for 50 years of service. Praise Dancer Georgia Simpson. Program participants in clude solo by Rod Carter;. selection by the Pierre Kids, and Essie Roberson, president, made a spe cial presentation to Pearl Coffee for being a member for more than so years. (Photos by Lomax Mcintyre) Velvet Caldwell was the Mistress of Ceremony. Rod a solo.

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Victorv, Victorv, Victorv was Chant 01 B-CU Alumni After Classic The alumni at Bethune-Cookman University shouted victory, victory victory after the Wildcats b e came winners of the 2011 Florida Classic, defeating the Rattlers of Florida A&M University, 26-16. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Miami resident in attendance is Miami Times newspaper owner, Garth Reeves. Harry and Lucille Morris are longtime attendees of the Florida Classic . John Robinson, a supporter of the Florida Classic. Diane and Andre Diggs also attended the game. FAMU alumnae, Juanita Hilton at the game. Tony Bell, said, 'Wildcats, wait until next year.' Left to right, game fans, Birdie Underwood, Rosalyn Wise, Jackie Kinsey, Gwen Myers and Watson. One of the halftime events was the marriage by,Calvin Hayes to Tampan and former "Miss FAMU," Kindall 'Sunshine' Johnson. From left, Tamina Johnson, Hayes, Kindall Johnson, Kristy House and Kristin Kynard. (Photo by Lomax i c m 0 m s: OJ m :::c ..... w

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Freddie Solomon Honored FREDDIE SOLOMON During the 1970s, Sumpter, North Carolina s loss was the University of Tampa s gain when they brought in Freddie Solomon. Solomon was the first African American quarterback at the school, and when > his time was up in Tampa, he was drafted by the Miami a: Dolphins. LL But, it was his tenure in San Francisco as a member of the 49ers that gained him a Super Bowl ring, and the love and admiration of everyone connected with that organization. The quiet, soft spoken Solomon has been battling colon cancer, but that hasn't stopped him from smiling, and continuing his work in the community. Last Wednesday, more than sao people attend a "Freddie and Friends" event, sponsored by the DeBartolo family, the University of Tampa and the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. More than $2oo,ooo was raised to help fund a scholarship in Solomon's name. Among those attending the tribute were former teammates Dwight Clark, Eric Wright and Fred Dean. Joe Montana, Jerry Rice and Ronnie Lott gave video tributes <1-------------------------------------c en w ;::) 1-ri: Jimmie Giles Inducted Into Ring 01 Honor w > w c w %: en ;::) a. z i= w -1 -1 ;::) m -1 w z i= z w JIMMIE GILES I en If you are a die-hard C Tampa Bay Buccaneer fan, ii: you remember the bad times g and the good times. When LL you think of the good times, you think of quarterback Doug Williams and one of his favorite targets, tight end Jimmie Giles. During half-time of Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers, friends and fans paused for the induction of Giles into the Tampa Bay Buccaneer Ring of Honor. Surrounded by former teammates and friends Giles reflected on the late Lee Roy Selmon, the first former Buc to be honored in the Ring of Honor in 2009. Giles was a four-time Pro Bowl selection, and played 121 games for the Bucs, catching 279 passes for 4,300 yards and 34 touch downs. He still holds the Buc record of scoring four touch downs in one game. NBA savs Heat To Open season In Dallas LEBRON JAMES, DWYANE WADE And CHRIS BOSH MIAMI -Chris Bosh is already looking forward to Christmas Day and another Miami Heat matchup with the Dallas Mavericks. The NBA has made it offi cial, saying Friday that the Heat will open the season in Dallas in an NBA finals rematch on Dec. 25 The Mavericks are expected to raise their championship banner before the game. The matchup is no surprise. It was also part of the NBA's initially released schedule, the one that had to be changed considerably because of all the time lost during the lockout. Bosh says "it's a bit iron ic" that the finalists are squaring off to open the sea son, and that he'll use the trip to his hometown of Dallas as motivation. Dallas beat the Heat in six games in last season s finals. Magic Johnson savs He's Bidding For Dodgers MAGIC JOHNSON One of the world's most beloved sports stars said that he is interested in one of baseball's most prized fran chises the L.A. Dodgers. Magic Johnson announ ced plans for a bid Friday. The ownership group -Guggenheim Baseball Management would include two necessary ele ments: someone who knows baseball and someone familiar with big money operations Former president of Major League Baseball' s Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals Stan Kasten and, Mark Walter, the chief executive of a finan cial services firm, would be part of the group, Johnson said in the interview Panthers Double Bucs To Hand Them Their 6th Straight loss When a team is on a losing skid, there's always plenty of blame to pass around. But, the finger pointing always stops when it reaches the head coach, in this case, Raheem Morris. On Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost their sixth straight game in a 38-19 .defeat at the hands of the Carolina Panthers. Buccaneer starting quarterback, Josh Freeman, sat this game out with a bad shoulder, and his replacement, Josh Johnson, didn't fare any better. Carolina rookie sensation, Cam Newton, ran for three touchdowns and set an NFL single season record for rushing touchdowns by a quarterback. The Bucs (4-8) tried pulling out their creamsickle jerseys and white helmets with hopes of drawing some inspiration, but as it turned out, the result was the same. Johnson passed for 229 yards, a touchdown, and lead the Bucs in rushing. The Bucs also bad nine penalties compared to only two for the Panthers. The Panthers are also 4-8, but they've also doubled CAMNEWfON their wins from last year. The bulk of the Buc scoring came from kicker Connor Barth who kicked so, 47, 46, and 44-yard field goals. Johnson didn't get the Bucs into the end zone until the fourth quarter on a 23-yard pass to Dezmon Briscoe. For their final four regular season games, the Bucs will travel to Jacksonville Sunday to face the Jaguars. On Saturday, December 17th, the Bucs will play the Dallas Cowboys at home,_ then finish the season on the road against the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons. Coach Who Claimed HBCU Fired Him Because He's White Gets senlement SAVANNAH, GA Savannah State University s ex-football coach received a $240 ,000 settlement to dis miss a federal discrimination lawsuit he filed last year claiming the historically black college fired him because he's white. Robby Wells' attorneys were paid $no,ooo in addi tion to the money paid to the former coach. The settlement states that Savannah State still insists it did nothing wrong. The school's administrators "expressly continue to deny that they unlawfully discriminated against, retaliated against, or otherwise mistreated Wells, according to the 12-page settlement docu ment signed Nov. 10. Wells became Savannah State' s first white football coach when he was hired in 2007. He led the Tigers for two seasons, with records of s-7 in 2008 and 2-8 in 2009. As coach, Wells earned about $9o,ooo a year. Wells resigned suddenly in January 2010, soon after he signed a one-year contract extension. Wells said he was leaving the school for "personal reasons" and that he had to "think about my family and my health." Four months later, Wells filed a lawsuit in. U.S. District Court that told a dramatically different story It said Savannah State administrators told Wells to resign or face being fired barely a week after a meet ing in which they brought up Wells' race. The ex-coach claimed administrators told him that alumni wouldn t support him because he was white, and that Savannah residents wouldn't approve of him being engaged to marry a Black woman.

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Sports Tiger Woods Ends 2-Year Victorv Drought THOUSAND OAKS, CAAfter going more than two years and 26 tournaments without a win, and after so much turmoil in his personal life and v.rith his golf game, Tiger Woods stood over a 6-foot birdie putt Sunday to win the Chevron World Challenge and felt as though nothing had changed. Finally, the outcome was familiar, too. Woods poured in the putt to cap off a birdie-birdie fin ish at Sherwood, close with a 3-under 69 and beat former Masters champion Zach Johnson by one shot. The win ended a drought that lasted 749 days, and might have signaled a change that Woods is on his way back. TIGER WOODS He swept his arm across the air, yelled through the din of the gallery and s lammed his fist i n a cele bration that was a l ong time coming. "It jus t feels awesome what ever it is," he said. Trailing b y one shot with two holes to play, Woods Muhammad Ali Rushed To Hospital After 'Falling Unconscious' MUHAMMAD ALI It has emerged that boxing legend Muhammad Ali was taken to hospital after falling unconscious at home just days after his frail appearance at a funeral for Joe Frazier. Ali was la s t seen in public at a Philad e lphi a service -for his fellow heavyweight cham pions on November 14, but was attended to b y ambulance teams five days later. The call came from the 6,000 sq ft estate he shares with wife, Yolanda in Paradise Valley, Arizona The 69-year-old has s uffer ed from Parkinson 's diseas e for 27 years and was taken to Scottsdale H ealt hcar e Osborn Medical Center. It has not been revealed what Ali was treated for or how long he spent at the hos pital but he has now recov ered. Vikings Waive Quanerback Donovan McNabb DONOVAN MCNABB EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. A person with knowledge of the situation says the Minnesota Vikings .have waived quarterback l)onovan McNabb, giving the 13-year veteran the opportunity to sign with another team for the stretch run. McNabb was in the locker room when it was open to reporters Thursday, but he wasn't on the field an hour later when practice began. Christian Ponder was promoted to replace MeN abb as the starter after relieving him in the fourth quarter at Chicago on Oct. 16. McNabb threw only two interceptions in six games, but struggled to get the offense running. cam e up with two clutch putts. He hol e d a 15-footer for birdie on the par-3 17th to pull into a tie with Johnson, then hit a 9-iron from 158 yards that landed on the ridge b e hind the hole and rolled down to 6 feet. Marlins Land Reves DALLASTh e suddenly splurging M i a m i Marlins land e d their second bi g free a g e n t i n a '---"-----'----'--' matter of JOSE days, agr eeing REYES Sunday night to a $106 million, six-year contract with All-Star s hort stop Jose Reyes. After adding All-Star closer Heath Bell for $27 million over three years, the Marlins gave the NL batting champi on a deal that includes a club option for 2018 that would make the contract worth $120 million. Suns To Cut Vince caner Eight-time All-Star g uard Vince Carter will b e r e l eased by the Phoenix Suns at so m e point during .__ ........ __....., th e first thr ee VINCE days of NBA CARTER free agency, according to a r ep ort. According to the report, Carter's $18 million salary for the upcoming season will b e full y guaranteed if he i s not released early in free agency; the Suns will save $14 million by making the move and will still be able to bring Carter back unde r a new contract if they so desire. According to a report, Carter will b e pursued b y the Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat, and San Antonio Spurs if he is indeed r e leased BEAUTY UNLIMITED DESIREE Returning as a feature this week is Desiree as our Beauty Unlimited feature. If you didnit see her Friday, make sure you get a good look at her now. Desiree is much too busy to be bothered by petty things, and she always can be found trying to improve herself, and also surround herself with positive, ambitious people. Desiree loves to pose for the camera, and doesnit lack any confidence when it's time for her to step up and take charge. The man in Desiree's life must be a strong, settled individual who doesn't have time for stupid stuff, and is understanding and supportive. Congratulations to Desiree as this week's Beauty Unlimited feature. If you re interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, includ Ing a contact number to: lcrews@flsentlnel.com. c: m en c c m () m :5: IIJ m ::D a> 1\) 0 ..... ..... ., r-0 ::D en m z :::! z m r-IIJ c: r rm z ""0 c: IIJ r-c;; ::t: m c m < m c: m en c ::&> z c ., 2:! c

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,... c; Local Nl------------------------------------------------------------------------a: LU m :2: LU (.) LU c c en LU ::> 1-Freedom Riders Honored During 38th Annual Human Rights Awards Breakfast Ms. Kredelle Petway, a Freedom Rider and Tampa resident is shown standing to the immediate left of President Barack Obama. Ms. Petway, along with the other Freedom Riders recently visited Washington, D. C. The dinner was sponsored the National Women' s Law Center, of which President Obarna was the speaker. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, December 9th, at 7:30 a.m., the 38th Annual Human Rights Awards Br ea kfast will take place at the DoubleTree Hotel, 4500 W. Cypress Street. The theme for the courageously travele d b y bus and train through the southern states to int eg r a t e publi c spaces. Mark Nash, Pres id ent of the organization said We have livin g his t o r y right h ere in our community and we want to pa y tribut e to th ese people. Dr. Raymond Arsenault, Lyle Flagg, and Ms. Paula Allen, Human Rights Award; Ms. Christy Sui, Eddie Mitchell Memorial Awar d ; an d State Senator Arthenia Joyner, H ank Warren Memorial Award. ...J breakfast this year i s LU "Freedom Riders: Then In addition to the Freedom Rid e rs th e organization wi ll a lso present awards to other memb e rs of the community. Ms. Antonella (Neila) Makdessi, will receive the Youth Leadership Award; Individuals who will b e inducte d in the Human Right s Hall of Fame are th e former U S. Representative Sam Gibbons, Alfredo Mereno, and retired Appellate Court Judge E. J. Sal cines. z t= z LU en a: &Now." The Tampa Hillsborough County Human Rights Council will recognize the group so years after they 01--------------------------------------------------------------College To Host '3 lives Blood Drive' On Tuesday, Dec ember 13th, the final '3 Lives Blood Drive' of the year will b e held. It will take place on the Remington College, Tampa Campus from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and from 5 p.m. to 8:30p.m. The colleg e partnered with Americais Blood Centers and the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America for a series of blood drives on all of its campuses. The blood lives of three individuals. Remington College, 6302 E Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., was recently awarded the ABC's National Partne r of the Year Award for i ts con tinuous eff01ts to encourage minorities to donate blood. The focus of the blood dri ves target mino rity donors. However, everyone i s encouraged to participate in the blood drives blood match for a s i ckle cell patient will most like l y come from a donor of the same e thnic background. drives are called '3 Lives LU Blood Drive' because 1 pint e, of blood may save three According to statisti cs, sic kle cell is th e most com mon genetic disorder in th e United States. The best For many years, it was b e lieved that Sickle C e ll A nemi a only affected the African Ame ri ca n population. However, recent research s how s that the dis ease a l so affects Hispanics, people of the Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, a nd Indian Heritage. For more information call 1-800-448-6405 or visit www. 3Lives.com. Local Entertainment Kellv Price Concert The Kelly Price "Grown And Sexy" concert was Thanksgiving weekend at T Pepin Hospitality Center. Block Business E ntertainment presented the concert. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Bernice Jones and Kay-Shonda Walker attended the concert. Concert Promoter, Jessica Williams. DJ Heavy was also in attendance. Ron Gavin attended the concert. Denise and Solomon Harris were in attendance.

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ntertainment c: J. Cole Certified Gold Brandv Joins Cast Of BET's 'The Game' When BET's "The Game" returns next year, they will have a little veteran surprise added to the cast. During season 5, Brandy will be making her debut in the cast. You may remember her from her "Moesha" days but we are sure this will be an extremely grown up type of role. BET has not revealed what character Brandy will por tray as of yet, but after Terrence J's role as Tasha Mack's (Wendy Raquel Robinson) boo last seas o n we wonder what surpris e s to expect. Soulia Bov Facing Eviction The rapper Soulja Boy was recently served with eviction papers for neglect ing to pay rent on his Atlanta home Earlier this year the "Crank That" rapper, whose real name is DeAndre Way, made headlines when a story leaked that he al legedly bought himself a $55M jet for his birthday. The story turned out to be false. Souja Boy has not paid his November rent for his At lant,a home. The rapper re portedly owes $4,725, and has been served with eviction papers. SOULJABOY He had until December 5 to pay the money owed, or he might face the risk of getting thrown out. Kris Humphries Seeks Annulment From Kim Kardashian Over 'Fraudulent' Marriage NBA player Kris Humphries asked a judge Thursday to annul his 10week, highly publicized mar riage to Kim Kardashian on the basis that it was fraudulent. The filing comes roughly a month after Kardashian filed for divorce and apolo gized to fans. Humphries' petition did not offer any details to support his contention that the marriage was a fraud, which a judge would have to deter mine is true for the marriage to be completely nullified. Kardashian's attorney Laura Wasser declined to comment on Humphries' filing. The couple signed a prenuptial ag reement before marrying in a star-studded ceremony Aug. 20 at an ex clusive estate in California. Kim Kardashian and Humphries began dating late last year and announced KRIS HUMPHRIES AND KIM KARDASHIAN their engagement in May. He proposed on bended knee with a 20.5-carat ring by spelling out "Will you marry me?" in rose petals. Kardashian filed for di vorce Oct. 31, citing irrecon cilable differences. Steve Harvev To Retire From Stand UpComedv STEVE HARVEY All good things must come to an end. Steve Harvey stunn e d radio listeners with his future plans. The come d i a n / radio s how host an nounced he would be retiring from stand up comedy in the coming year. H e also told his l iste n e rs on his show The S t e ve Harvey Morning Show his last performance would be at the 2012 Hoodie Awards. Harvey disclosed the in formation after reading a let t e r on the air which questioned him about whether he would be contin uing his radio show. Rumors had been circulating that he would be stepping down from his show Willow Smith Set To Release Album Willow Smith, 11, who shot to fame with her catchy hit Whip My Hai1, said on radio s tation 106 & Park that the self-titled album will hit shelves and download sites on April 3rd. She signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label in 2010 and has been working on material ever since. A spokesperson for the label said: 'She has an energy and enthusiasm about her music that is truly infectious. It's rare to find an artist with such innate talent and cre ativity at such a young age.' The album will feature Whip My Hair, which reached number two in the official singles chart in March, as well as the followup 21st Century Girl and her collaboration with Nicki Minaj, Fireball. After its #1 debut, Cole World: The Sideline Story is now Certified Gold. This is an amazing accomplishment, given this album didn't have much of a "traditional single or club record J. Cole is a Testament to True Hip Hop still being able to thrive in today's very com merciallandscape. J.COLE Montel Williams wants To Open Medical Marijuana Facilitv "TT r-0 JJ MONTEL WILLIAMS c ):> Former 1V talk show host Mantel Williams wants to open medical marijuana fa cilities in the District. Wednesday, he pleaded his case before a crowd of 150 residents in the basement of Israel Baptist Church in Northeast. Williams has applied for two cultivation center li-(J) m z censes. ::::! Neighbors told him Z m they're worried about crime r-and the site's location di-I:D rectly across the street from ? a strip club. J;; Williams said his organ-::::! ization plans to refurbish the Z warehouse, and that will ac-tually help the neighbor-I:D hood. ::::t m c m R.A.M. Squad's Tommv Hill, Shot And Killed < m JJ -< c: m (J) Philadelphia rapper Tommy Hill, of the R.A.M. Squad was shot and killed over the weekend. Born John Wilson, Hill was shot sometime late Thursday/early Friday morning, exiting Rueben's Marc bar. Hill later died from his wounds.Robbery was believed to have been the motive, but Hill had an extensive crimi nal background, in addition to alleged Mob ties. The Richard Allen Mob (R.A.M.), was known throughout the Philadelphia area, with albums like Oper ation Lock The City (1996), and Thee Album Regardless (1997). Their major label debut came in 2001, with the album Random Access Money, on Universal Records. c ):> z c "TT JJ c Hill attempted to make a comeback by taking aim at fellow Philadelphia MC, Beanie Sigel, but seem-G') ingly fell on deaf ear8 : m Hill was 36.

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MRS. HELEN STRICKLAND SAUNDERS Mrs. Helen Strickland Saunders, a native of Mims, FL, graduated from Titusville Negro High School in 1940 as the class valedictorian. She was a graduate of the Life Office Management Association Institute (LOMA) with specialization in administrative management (class of 1960). She also held a certification of completion from the National In-> stitute Association (NIA) < Institute in Office Management C awarded to her in 1978. 0::: Mrs. Saunders was emU. ployed by the Central Life InC surance Company of Florida in Z March 1944 as a claims clerk, < and two years later became the first assistant to the manager c of the Ordinary Department, en which originated in 1946. She W was later chosen Manager of ::J the Department and was the first female to hold such a position with the company. In w 1985 she was named Personnel > Director. She was a stockW holder in the company, and in C 1985, was elected to the Board W of Directors. In 1986 the board :I: named her Secretary of the Board of Directors, a positio n a:J she held until her retirement ::J on December 31, 1987. Q. Through efforts of the late z HarryT. Moore, who was born j:: into the Civil Rights MoveW ment, she joined the Tampa ...J branch of the NAACP where 5 she met and married another a:J dedicated Civil Rights stalwart ...J Mr. Robert W. Saunders, Sr. w Mrs. Helen Saunders was only Z the second female to serve as i= president of the Tampa Branch Z of the NAACP and held this poW sition for two years. During en her tenure the Branch won a < c law-suit in Federal District Court requiring Single Membership Districts. She has received several awmds from both the Tampa Branch and the Florida State Conference of the NAACP for outstanding service. In 1992, Mrs. Saunders was elected precinct Committeewoman to the Hillsborough County Democratic Executive Committee. She was a faithful member of Beulah Baptist Institutional Church where she serves as Treasurer Emeritus. She is also a Church Trustee Emeritus and worked in various Church clubs there. She has been recognized for her service in Civil Rights and Human Relations by such groups as the City of Tampa Office of Community Relations, Lily White Security Benefit As-. sociation, Hillsborough County Council on Minority Affairs, Hillsborough County Unit of the American Cancer Society, St. Paul AME Church, and numerous others. Mrs. Helen Strickland Saunders passed away on December 1, 2011. She was preceded in death by: her husband the late Mr. Robert W. Saunders, Sr.; parents, Mr. Henry J. and Lucy H. Strickland; brothers, Lloyd Strickland, Ralph Strickland, Henry J. Strickland Jr.; and sis ter, Ruth McGee. She leaves to cherish her memory: a devoted son, Mr. Robert W. Saunders, Jr.; sisters, Dorothy S. Wise, of Titusville, FL, and Ms. Elouise Boatwright of Mims, FL; brother, Leonard S Strickland of Uniondale, New York; brother-in-law Norman A. Jackson and wife, Lily of Quincy, FL; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other sorrowing relatives and friends. A homegoing service celebrating the life of Mrs. Helen Strickland Saunders will b e held Thursday, December 8 2011, at 11 a. m. at Beulah Baptis t Institutional Church, 1006 W. Cypress Street, Tampa, 33606, with the pastor Dr. W. James Favorite, officiating. Interment will follow in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Viewing will begin at 5 p. m. Wednesday evening at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing celebration are asked to assemble at the church on Thursday at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL 0::: 0 ...J u. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JULIUS 'DOCHEE' KNIGHT co 12/7/50-8/23/95 W Happy 61 "1 birthday. You arc very much love d remembered (!) and missed. Wife, Rc'na Knight and family. Local Pinellas School Board Member Dies LEW WILLIAMS Pinellas County School Board member Lew Williams died Saturday. He had under g one heart surgery earlier in the w e ek. He was 68 y ears old Williams b e came the sec o nd Black to serve on the board afte r Ms. Mary Brown, the fir s t Black d e cided not to s ee k r e e lection. H e b e cam e his c a reer with th e Pinell as County School S y s tem in 1970 a s a cla s sroom teacher He also served as a principal and later as an admin istrator. He retired in 2005. Williams is survived b y his wife Mrs. Arthurene Williams, and two children. Funeral services were incom plet e a s of press time. (813) 231 -0521 Let our fumily take care of}
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Crime rn Inmates Come To Aid Of Deoutv ROY THOMAS MOORE ... came to deputy's aid. On November 11th, two inmates came to the aid of a detention deputy during an incident at the Falkenburg Road Jail. According to the report, following a verbal altercation between two inmates, Detention Deputy Cynthia Cummings tried to put the aggressor in a holding cell and he resisted. With the deputy grabbing the inmate b y the front of his shirt he struggled and became violent. The report indicates in sec onds, several other inmates rushed to aid Cummings and grabbed the inmate, physically carrying him to the doors where other deputies were arriving. The inmate who caused the disturbance was identified as Otis Gilbert, 42, Gilbert ANTHONY MCFARlAND ... carne to deputy's aid. OTIS GILBERT ... inmate who caused the disturbance. was arrested November 9th on a charge of first-degree arson and is currently being held without bail. Two inmates who arrived first to help Cummings were Roy Thomas Moore, 40, and Anthony McFarland, 22. Police Arrest Alleged Serial Robbers HECTOR ROSARIO Tampa Police detectives arrested three suspects the y believe are responsible for 7 recent robberies. At 10:30 a. m. Monday, police announced the arre sts of Hector Rosario, 21; Elijah Johnson, 19, and Jorland VazquezCortijo, 19. All three suspects are believed to be responsible for a string of armed rob. beries that targeted busi. -nesses along-Armenia Avenue. Each suspect was charged with committing at least 7 ELIJAH JOHNSON JORLAND VAZQUEZ-CORTIJO armed robberies and they are being held in jail at this time without bond. Earlv Morning Shooting Under Investigation CORTEZZ FOSTER ... shot during robbery. ST. PETERSBURG -St. Petersburg Police r e port that at 4 a.m. Monday, Cortezz Foster 28, was sitting in a parked vehicle in front of 1414 20th Avenue, South when he was approached b y one or two men who tried to rob him at gunpoint. Police said during the rob bery, Foster was shot twice. He was transported to a local hospital by a relative a nd is list ed in c ritical but stable condition. Witnesses were able to give officers a de sc ription of the vehicle the suspects were seen fleeing the area in. A car matching that description occupied by two people was spotted by offi cers not far from the area. When they tried to stop the vehicle it fled and a pursuit was started. The vehicle was pursued until it crashed at 22nd Avenue, North and I-275. The driver and passenger were arrested, and are being interviewed by detectives. Their names have not been released at this time. Police lnvesuuaung Shoounu ANTONIO DAVIS ... shooting victim in critical condition. LAKELAND On Decem ber 4th, Lakeland Polic e said at 4:16 a. m., officers were called to the parking lot of apartments at 804 West 7th Street. When they arrived they found 27-year-old Antonio Davis on the ground, suffering from several gunshot wounds. He was transported to a local hospital and is his injuries were described as life threatening. Police have not located any witnesses or -determined what happened at the time of the shooting. Davis is currently listed in critical, but stable condition. 0 Judge Allows Confession In Murder Of Police Ofticer 0 m 0 m s:: Ill m :::D A judge ruled that the con fession of a teenager accused of killing a St. Petersburg police officer can be used in his trial. Officer David Crawford was killed on February 21st, becoming the third officer killed in the line of duty in less than a month in that city. Nicholas Lindsey Jr., 16, was arrested and charged with the murder. His attorneys maintain that police interviewed him before read ing him his rights. Pasco-Pinellas Circuit Judge Thane Covert ruled said information obtained during the second interview can be used in the trial. However, the judge ruled that information from an initial police interview about the teenager 's shoes and his whereabouts the night of the shooting cannot be used. Lindsey confessed to his parents that he shot Officer Crawford. He also took detectives back to the scene and showed them where the shooting occurred. NICHOLAS LINDSEY Defense attorneys said that the teenager was held by. police custody for several hours before he was allowed ., to see his parents. The attor-rneys also said police manip-ulated his parents in order to 52 obtain the confession. Prosecutors said that the parents and the suspect Z never asked for an attorney. Judge Covert also grant-m ed the defense attorneys a I delay. The next trial date will be set on December 12th. r r-z c: Ill I'"'" c;; ::::t m 0 UNCLE SANDY m < m :::D < .. Try to resist that 1, 5, 11, 14 which is not good 16, 19, c: 22, 25 for the things 29, 31, 33. 36 you are of 39. rn 42,44,49 0 WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 )> z 0 "T1 :::D 0 1481 .._ .... . .... @ llebrauaave. & Scott St. J C) m -.C" > J .... : . .. : .. ,:.. .. :'<" .. : .... : :L .. , :"' ... : : : : :: -U)

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Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 for the following described property; LOT 75, BLOCK 2, WOOD LAKE PHASE 1, UNIT NO.3 ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 55, PAGE 11, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. Any person claiming an Interest In the surplus from the sale, If any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, In Its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. "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 ADA Coordinator, Ms. Nancy Yanez at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone number 813-272-6457, two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; If you are hearing Impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-BQ0-955-8n1 (TTY); If you are voice Impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-BOQ-955-BnO." Dated this 2mb day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ JENNY ALVAREZ As Deputy Clerk 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 Hillsborough County 1002 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 1 002 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 4:00 p.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, Aorlda 33605 Number of Copies: SUMMARY: One original with signature (unbound) plus four (4) complete copies and one copy on a DVD or USB. 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 lmpsct and to expsn 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 lite 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. 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II II HOMES FOR RENT II 1.!=11 ==;;;;;;;;;;J]I!;;;;;;;;;;II =DU=PL=EXE=S II 4404 Troy Street 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced Yard, WDH, CHA Section 8 Welcome $1 050 00/Monthly Call (813) 451-1n6 Or (813) 451-1568 Brandon Pool Home In Gated Community 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car garage 1 876 SF Fenced Yard Split Plan Sun Room Close To Shopping And Schools $1 550 / Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 967-7808 APTS. FOR RENT Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/ 2 Bath $550 00 / Monthly $500 00 / Deposit A/C New Tile/ Carpet (813) 2982499 Looking For An Apartment To Call Home? Whispering Hills Apartments 612 Bass Court Dunedin, Florida Taking Applications For: 1 Bedroom $451.00 $485 00 2 Bedrooms $476 .00-$513 00 3 Bedrooms $513.00-$574. 00 Call (727) 733-2169 For Income Guidelines II 55+ Community 1 Bedroom Apartments $1 00 00/Deposit Starting At $375 00 TradeMark Group (813) 221-4457 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 Dep os it N o Appli catio n F ee Se ctio n 8 W e l co m e 813-915-9787 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 415 East Forrest 2/1 $650 00 3405 North 34th Street 2/1 $600 00 402 W. Amelia 1/1 $500 .00 Depos i t $100 00 No Criminal Or Eviction Records (813) 391-7046 For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts I "VISA" I Masrercarc:l --1 DEBIT VIsa. MasterCard American Express And Debit Cards ".,....,_ ._ ... VIa Phone II Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800 00/Monthly Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 Busch Gardens & USF Areas Bad Credit Is OK! No Problem!! Free Application 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Floors Central Air, Ceiling Fans $499 00 / Monthly NO DEPOSIT! Water & Trash Included!!! 813-244-4551 DUPLEXES Duplex Cl e an 2 B edroo m / 1 B a t h $ 550.00 / Mon thly $ 500 00 Depos i t 1520 E. Eskimo Ave. #8 Near Busch Blv d Call 813-628-8169 Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100 .00 Move-In Special 3 & 4 Bedroom CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 West Tampa Area 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Duplex Util i ty Room WDH Near Busline And Dow n town $675 00 / Monthly (813) 223-5214 Or (813) 363-6444 2619 E Genessee Street Unit #B 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath Clean Large Backyard Quiet Neighborhood $600. 00/Monthly $400 00/Secur i ty WSG Included Take MLK To 26th Take 26th To Genessee Call (813) 789-8869 II Move-In Special Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 2 Or 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 477-n34 Tampa Heights 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH, CHA $600.00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Call (813) n8-1332 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Duplex $ 550 00 / Monthly $ 300 00 / Dep o sit Includes Wate r Sewage And Garbage Call (813) 503-5321 0 Deposit Required Section 8 Only N e wly Remodeled Tri-Plex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Ready Immediately Clean & Beautiful Call (813) 917-4386 c: m (J) II c II ')> EFFICIENCIES c m (') rn 3: Temple Terrace Area llJ m Efficiencies :tJ Starting @ $600 00/Monthly !ZI I\) Plus Deposit 0 .... Electric, Water, Trash, Sewer .... And Cable Included Call813-785-1030 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Furnished Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat $100 .00 Per Week No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 "T1 Rooms For Rent r-0 4230 East Cayuga :tJ c Age 50 And Up Preferred > (J) Cable Included m $ 1 00 00/Weekly z :::! Must Be Employed z m r-Call (813) 245-9761 llJ c: r-5619 East Chelsea r-m Rooms For Rent :::! z $1 00.00/Weekly "D c: $75.00/Deposit llJ Central Heat And Air r-Cii Carpet, Free Cable ::z:: m Call (813) 361-6227 c

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