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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 23-A VOL. 66 NO. 32 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2011 52 PAGES 75 Improvements Begin At Site Of Fatal Accident SEE PAGE 3-A Gun Buv Back on December 10th Simplified SEE PAGE 2-A TovDrives Planned Bv Businesswoman SEE PAGE 8-A 'BlACK GIRl SPEAKS' AT MIDDlETON HIGH SCHOOl Approximately 6oo teens fom area middle and high schools were in attendance on in the auditorium at Mid-dleton High School for the miginal perfonumce of"Biack Girl Speaks.' Students from Middleton, nlake and Hillsborough High Schools and Fe ... e ll Middle School were in attendance. "Black Girl Speaks" is a by Talitha A n yabwele, C E O and Artistic Dilectm of BGS Productions, Inc. The Jllii'JHlS e of the performance is to empower young wome n Among those in attendance fom Middleton High School shown with M s /\nyahwclc Mrs. Waters, Student lntevention Spcc..iali s t ; Grc'shawn Hill, T ynequa Speights, Tykina .Jones, /\lema S coll, Ms. 1\n yahwdc Angela Mizell. Ronisha Hill, Kenyan Jone s and Whitney Rivers. I'HOTOGRAJHY BY BRUNSON)

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a; a: w m ::2: w () w c c a: u.. c a: u.. c z <( c en w :) t-ii: w > w c w ::z::: en :::l m :) z .... .... ;:) m .... w z t= z w en ( a: 0 .... u.. Police SimPlifies Gun Buv Back Initiative BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, December 10th, the City of Tampa will sponsor a gun buy back. City Council members unani-'' mously approved a $25,000 to help remove guns from the streets in light of a recent rash of shootings and murders committed with guns. The Tampa Police Depart ment has taken steps to sim plify the process for those wishing to surrender unwanted handguns. The host site for the buy back is the Seminole Heights Baptist Church, 801 E. Hillsborough Avenue, between 8 a.m., and 5 p.m. Ms. Janelle McGregor, spokesperson for the Tampa Police Department said The guns must be operable, it can't be a gun barrel or a part of a gun. One person can turn in as many guns as he or she would like. We are giving $so per gun, not per person. She further stated that in addition to the host site, if someone cannot get to the location, that person can call the police at (813) 231-6130 Mrs. Mary Reynolds, grandmother of 16-year-old Jamarie Hodges, spoke at a press conference Tuesday morning. Jamarie was fatally shot November 6th outside of his residence when he attempted to help a friend. Saturday only and an officer will come to you and pick up the gun. "We want the people to bring the guns and there will be no questions asked. They can also drop the guns off at Greater Friendship Baptist Church, 4413 N. 35th Street on Saturday," she said. "We are accepting pistols, revolvers, rifles, and shotguns. We feel the more peo ple we can encourage to tum in guns, the safer the streets will be." Police are requesting -that anyone turning in a gun to make sure the weapon is not loaded and in a plastic bag. While transporting the 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 Ms. McGregor said that if the person is unfamiliar with the weapon or does not know how to unload it, safety is the first concern. If that person calls, someone will come and pick the gun up In addition to the press conference, a "Stop The Violence From Dope To Hope March" will take place Saturday, December 10th, 3 p .m., at Greater Mount Carmel AME Church, 4209 N. 34th Street. SAVE OUR SONS TURN IN YOUR GUNS THE TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS LAUNCHING THIS GUN BUY BACK PROGRAM TO STOP VIOL .ENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY SATURDAY, DCEMBER 1OTH 8 A.M. -5 P.M. SEMINOLE HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 801 EAST HILLBOROUGH AVENUE CORNER OF HILLSBOROUGH & NEBRASKA ANONYMOUS & NO QUESTIONS ASKED PER GUN WWW.TAMPAGOV.NET/POLICE Missing Teenager Turns Herself In To Police A 14y ear-old teenager who was reported missing W ednes day morning reportedly turned herself in to Tampa Police Wednesday night and has been returned home. Afrika Hewitt walked away from her aunt's home at the River View Apartments, 7381 Bonita Vista Way Wednesday morning, where she had been staying. She suf fers from medical conditions that require medication .and it was unknown if she took her medications with her. Authorities did not say where Hewitt had been or if AFRIKA HEWI'IT she had encountered any health problems during her disappearance Man Who loved His Church Dies Of Hean Anack Deacon Eugene Mays l ove d hi s church, St. John Progr ess ive M B. Church He took pride in caring for his f a mil y and the church. He also loved his pastor, Rev. Dr. Bartholomew Banks, and considered him a close and personal friend. Dea. Mays, Chairman of the Trustee Board at St. John, expired suddenly on December 1st at his home. His death has been attributed to a heart attack. He was 56 years old. A former resident of Wmter Haven, Dea. Mays has many accolades to his credit during the 10 years he has served as Chairman of the Trustee Ministry at St. John Progressive. He implemented and formalized several projects at the church, acquired several parcels of land, initiated the planning and completion of St. John's Children Playground; assisted in the negotiating and formalizing in the purchase of approximately a million dollars worth of property; Van Ministry, over saw the renovation projects of the church (bathrooms and kitchen) ; initiated and upgraded the usage of computer technology in the church' s sanctuary; managed St. John' s rental '-----"""""" ......... "'---' properties; overseer for demolition of buildings DEACON EUGENE MAYS on the property; and he was responsible for the church' s personnel. Dea. Mays graduated from Winter Haven High School, Miami-Dade Community College and Florida .State University. He retired in 2009 as a supervisor from Mosiac Fertilizer and Phosphate Industry after 30 years. He and his wife, Sheila Jennings have been married since 1984. Funeral services will be held Saturday, December 10, 2ou, 11 a m. at St . John Progressive M. B. Church. (See funeral notice for additional information) :

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features council Members Delav Decision In Wake 01 Roundabout Vote c m 0 m s: m m :::c ,!D N 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor ... ... On Monday night, the East Tampa Community Re vitalization Partnership (ETCRP) held a spec ial meeting to re-vote on a pro posed roundabout that would serve as the quasi gateway to the community. Those in attendance voted down the proposed roundabout in a 26-25 vote On Thursday, City Coun cil members discussed the issue. However, based on advice from the legal coun sel, the board decided to delay their decision because the subject was not listed on its agenda. The area in question is where N. 21s t Street N. 22"d Street, E 22" d Avenue, and E. 23rd Avenue join. Pastor Essie Sims, Jr., left, talks with AI Davis during the meeting. Curtis Brown, who is a board member of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership, was not in favor of the roundabout. Ms. Andrea White and Ralph Smith collected the votes pertaining to the roundabout. Several members of the audience, who live in work in or who own business and property in East Tampa, shared their opinions AI Davis said, I think the prior votes for the roundabout should stand ... I don't know how many times we have to vote to get the message across The roundabout is critical. Ms. Dianne Hart said, "We have developed anumber of houses on E. 22" d Avenue and the people can't make a left turn on that street. The roundabout lines up the streets." Ms. Marguerite Williams said, "I think the roundabout is nice but they need to do something about the lights. The city cut off the streets and the people are using it as a dumping ground." Ms. Kay Andrews,. publisher of the Sentinel said, have received so many calls about the roundabouts on N 40th Street. There have been at least two serious accidents and I think this money could be better used. I grew up in East Tampa on Cayuga and it looks worse than it ever did. Now you are going to spend $1.7 million for an- I.M1g & Meclcal Expenses ll'anspot lalioo Cou19elng Selecting & Meellng other roundabout .... We can put this on hold for something better like sidewalks and street lights. It has noth ing to do with what was planned in 2003 and it has nothing to do with the Sentinel. ''I' m talking about us as a community We need to stop and take a look at this be ca use once it's done yo u can't go back. Bakari Brown said, I still have problems with $1.7 million being spent for a c i r cle in the middle of the road. I want to see money coming into the community, but we should go back to the draw ing board. Curtis Brown said, "You should be careful what you wish for How are first responders going to get where they are going when they cannot maneuver through a roundabout? It takes away from the emergency response time. I'm not against roundabouts, but you can't show one at a fork in the road." Ms. Andrea White said, "D OT is never wrong, look at N. 22"d Street and I4 How many times has that wall been hit. It seems as if there is a rush to get this project done quickly. LaGaceta newspaper recently wrote an editorial not en dorsing this roundabout." Sam Kinsey said, "There are 4 corridors that run the length of the city and N. 22nd Street is one of the m. We want it to be a safe corridor .... Let's not get caught up into thinking that only Plcb.na & Updalas Of""' Child AlwflfS FREE To Molher8 TIF dollars are being used. Wilbert Malphus said, The first roundabout was built in England to offset the cost of a traffic light and its maintenance. I own the clos est piece of property to that intersection and there is no real traffic problems there. I don't see how a roundabout would benefit. (Photogra phy by BRUNSON). "1'1 r-0 Improvements Begin At Site 01 Fatal East Tampa Accident :!! c )> en m z z m On Wednesday, the first street light was installed on N. 43r d Street. A second street light and spee d tables are designated to be in stalled before Christmas. However, the city is still negotiating with the property owner and the installa tion of sidewalks may take place at the beginning of the year Last month, Ms. Monica Alvarez and Ms Shanita Little were pushing their 1-year-old daughters in strollers down N. 43rd Street. They were struck from behind and Ms. Alvarez, who was pregnant, and her unborn son, Angel, died. Her daughter, Imani, re-r-mains in a coma. m Ms. Little and her daughter, Marquisha, were also injured, but recovered. After the deadly acci-Z dent, Ms. Njcole Walker, Ms. Alvarez' sister, re-m quested better lighting and sidewalks to prevent such a :::z::: tragedy from happening agairi. m < m AUTO -t c: m en c FREE Professional Service 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. 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Editorials/Columns :S FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN old out-of-date Newt that :< (USPS 202-140) not all poor people are un0 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 employed. They have J. obs, m Published Every Tuesday and Friday By (") FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., but their salaries are very m Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) low. 3: and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. IJJ -94CPTtmelnternational They work, Newt, they m POSTMASTER: send Address Change To: just don't make nowhere :JJ Florida Sentinel Bulletin, near the $60,000 a speech JD P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 h ak lf: h Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa FL t at you m e or an 2 our C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193Q-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIRED MANAGER Subscriptions $44 .0Q-6 Months Both Editions: $87 00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages ol thls nawspapar by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the PubUsher. Annual Solid waste Bills Good Or Bad And what would you think about this one? You receive your 2012 property tax bill only to find that your tax bill has increased by $300 or more. Indeed, if the City of Tampa's Solid Waste Department gets its way, your garbage and trash bill will be added to your property tax bill for payment once a year. The reason for such addition doesn't take rocket science. Solid Waste is under the gun to reach greater fiscal self-sufficiency. However, we have several serious concerns about requiring homeowners to pay for their garbage and trash collection 12 months in advance. First, what about the inconvenience placed upon senior citizens, working poor, and unemployed residents who simply may not know about the City's proposed change and the challenge it will place upon their meager finances? Secondly, what about the resident who can't pay the full amount and will therefore, be delinquent in his or her property tax because of the inability to pay the combined t'otal for taxes and solid waste? Somewhere in the great labyrinths of City Hall, somebody is laughing. But we assure you, the person who is laughing is not elderly, or poor. Therefore, we humbly request City of Tampa Solid Waste to develop a "win-win" strategy that allows homeowners to continue monthly payments by increasing the monthly fees over a three to five year period. In addition, we advise that property owners who are indeed, unable to pay the solid waste fee not be considered delinquent because of an inability to pay the solid waste fees attached. If Government is "of the people, by the people, and for the people," then let the people speak. And let City Government listen. I Newt Gingrich: Far From Readv I Far be it for us to add fire to a cold pot. But since he is indeed, running for the presidency of the United States, and since Herman Cain has recently bowed out gratuitously if not gracefully, several words about Newt Gingrich -who is feverishly attempting to pick up the pieces -seem in order. Is this the same man who is a close friend and disciple of world renowned futurists Alvin and Heidi Toffier, whose books The Third Wave and Creating a New Civilization carry forwards by none other than Newt Gingrich? Is this the same man who once argued for the end of the American Constitution in its current state, and also farsightedly suggested that every American school student should be given a laptop along with Internet access? And is this the same man who was booed from the drawing rooms of Capitol Hill because he divorced his wife while she lay dying of cancer, or so the scuttlebutt goes? Well, just recently, we can add another confusing chapter to this man who would by highly fascinating were he not running for the Republican candidacy of Chief Executive. In a recent meeting, Mr. Gingrich is overheard to state, "Really poor children in really poor neighborhoods have no habits of working and have nobody around them who works. So, they literally have no habit of 'I do this and you give me cash' unless it's illegal." Newt's suggestion: Consign poor children to menial labor ... pushing brooms, painting fences etc. Indeed, Newt Gingrich said that, which makes us say this. Though Gingrich is no doubt, an intellectual, what he has done with his intellect in the past and what he would do with his intellect if elected president of the United States chills us to our bones. Newt and Darth Vader have much in common. Newt Picking On Poor Children Old loose lip Newt, as in Newt Gingrich is at it again. This time, his loose lips are picking on poor kids and especially poor Black ones. The GOP presidential can didate labeled Child Labor laws as being truly stupid. He is paying absolutely no attention to the fact that Child Labor laws are de signed to protect children in the workplace. That's not all Newt's loose lips are saying about poor children. He also be lieves that poor -children should be put to work as janitors in their schools Poor kids are sent to school to get an education, nof to become full time employees. A good education is necessary for them to improve their situa tion in life. Was loose lip Newt Gingrich through? Oh, no. He had something even more stupid to say. His last statement was the straw that broke the camel's back. He said that poor children don't understand the concept of work unless they are doing something illegal. He used drug dealing, prostitution and robbery as examples. Now, I must say, hold on there Newt. Are you saying that poor children are dumb? Are you saying that the only occupations poor children are familiar with are drug dealing, prostitution and robbery? Somebody tell The Ghost 01 Dorie Miller I have seen my father weep twice in my life. The first time I saw him weep, we were watching a docu mentary on the history of Black folks in America, and in the background of the documentary, Ray Charles was singing, Oh, beautiful for spacious skies and amber waves of grain ." I saw my father break down in tears as Ray Charles' rendition of "America the Beautiful poured through the televi sion screen like a river. But the second time I saw my father cry was during an other documentary address ing the presence of African Americans during the so called theatres of World War II. My father was a Navy man who joined up during the final years of that horrendous war. Consequently, he missed much of its terror and misery. But when the documentary's narrator in troduced the name of Dorie Miller, my father once again, broke down and wept. And I, having a slight idea as to why my father cried, and I cried with him. How much do you know about Dorie Miller, son of sharecroppers from Waco, Texas? And why should you want to know anything about him? I'll tell you why. At the end of a savage at tack by Japanese planes that all but swept the American Pacific fleet off the map of the world, this young Black man stationed aboard the U. S. S. Arizona, moored at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii did what few men would ever do. He proceeded to risk his life not only for his friends, but for a country who did not believe that a man whose skin was black had a right be called human. Let me tell you what Dorie Miller did, which was why my father cried. Miller was a stocky, strong built young man. At his high school in Waco, Texas, he was All-Star fullback for an undefeated football team. At age 19, he enlisted into the U.S. Navy. Dorie had stars in his eyes. He wanted to see the world. Unfortunately, most of what he got to see was a kitchen in the belly of the battleship U. S. S. Arizona. Baking biscuits, not shoot ing bullets, became his best stock-in-trade. But such insult did not subdue Dorie's fighting spirit. Indeed, he became the ship's boxing champion, knocking out anyone who had the audacity to call him "Nigger" to his face. And so, on a clear day and placid morning, seagulls laughing as they glided op the breeze were abruptly ac companied by the scream of of work. Come on man, I .,.. heard that you are supposed to be smarter than that. No Newt, I didn't forget that you said low morals are usually linking to being poor. Ha! You thought that I for got. Not on your life. I didn't forget and I won't forget all of the low-down things you said about poor people. I could never support or vote for anybody who feels like you do about poor peo ple. Poor people come in all colors and all races. While you did not single out poor Blacks, you don't need a Ph.D. to know that you were really referring to Black people. I hope Blacks and poor people all over the United States remember you and your statement come elec tion time. Imperial Japanese dive bombers and torpedo planes intent on picking off every battleship they could see. But what they couldn't see was a plucky young Black man who, on his own time, had learned to shoot an anti aircraft gun as easily used to shoot a B-B gun in Waco. The first wave of Japanese fighters was devastating. The Arizona was turned into an inferno. All sailors scrambled for their quarters. Dorie Miller was in the laundry room washing clothes when the first bomb hit. He did not wait for orders. He put down white sailors' dirty clothes, sprang up the spindly ladders to topside, ran like a black bull over to an anti-aircraft gun battery, took over from wounded men, and began to fire. And as he fired, four planes fell. And when Japanese pilots finally drew beads on this burly Black ant on a battered battleship deck, and blew his guns out of action, Dorie Miller scampered catlike to the rescue of his captain and other sailors, single-handedly saving their lives. When the smoke was cleared, Dorie MUler was a hero, given the Navy Cross by Admiral Chester W. Nimitz. Then Miller was sent unceremoniously back to the kitchen and was transferred to the aircrat\: carrier Liscome Bay where he was later killed in action. 5 :JJ CJ) m z m r-IJJ c: r r-gJ z ., c: IJJ c CJ) :::t: m c m < m m c :a Yes, December7, 1941 will live in infa,my in the hearts of all Americans. But when J the name of Dorie Mlller fil was mentioned, I saw my father cry. And I qied also. t

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a: LL. The Price Of A Forbidden Fruit c a: LL. Someone made a joke recently that Herman Cain, the man who once led the field of Republican presi dential candidates, reminded them of an old-school pimp. I said no, Cain couldn't be a pimp. A pimp knows how to control his women. In that scenario, Cain would more than likely play the role of the trick because he keeps allowing himself to be played I can't say it was a surprise when Cain took himself out of contention earlier this week. With all of the dirt being hurled upon him from every direction, I thought he would have bailed out soon-c z er. c( It wasn't shocking that he was exposed to scandal. C Mud-slinging has become an ffi entrenched part of the landscape. The amazing part to t-me was that he made it so easy for them to crush his candidacy. W I have never considered C myself the smartest kid in class or the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I know enough about the political process to understand that a Z person can't run for the most i= powerful position on the w ...J planet without dead-bolting the door that hides the skele tons I think that's in chapter one of the "How To Run For President For Dummies" book. Cain must have skipped that section because at the level of politics where he was playing, he should have known that someone would ev e ntually dig up something to use against him. And sev eral, settled, s exual harass ment lawsuits are enough to dry up anybody's White House dreams. Knowing that these allegations were out there, it' s interesting that he even considered running in the first place. Most potential candidates would rather let the opportunity pass them by than risk the potential embarrassment that would inevitably come once their shaky pasts were revealed My guess is that Cain, in his arrogance, either thought he was made of Teflon or thought that he could blow the subject off as a conspiracy against him if it was ever brought up, ala Bill Clinton in 1992 The thing that obviously slipped his mind through his thought process was that there is a big difference between himself and Clinton .... Clinton was white. When it came down to it I don' t think Cain actually realized that regardless of how much back-patting he received from his white sup porters, he was still a negro. A n**** with a good decent tax plan. But a n** * nonetheless. The idea of him, with his dark black skin, making unwanted sexual advances to blonde-haired, blue eyed, good white women, remind ed them of one of the oldest fears in American history. There was no way he could survive the subliminal images his alleged actions conjured up. Ultimately Cain became the latest example of a Black man whos e downfall came as a direct result of his inability to control his white lust. And while I don t have the slightest concern for Cain not being in the presidential race, I can't help but wonder how many more Black men will have their careers derailed and lives ruined before they realize that the grass isn' t always greener and that Black pudding is just as sweet. 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.barng8@gmail.com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company ...J m ...J w z i= z w en AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! ( a: 0 ...J LL. GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW PERSONAL INTURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. Letter -ro The E:ditu..-Death Of FAMU Drum Maior: Use Restraint In Forming Opinion TAMPA-As is customary for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), when something negative occurs, media attention is heightened and relentless. From the instant that the death of the drum major for Florida A & M University hit the news wires, intense coverage by all media outlets commenced. Since the death, each and every day there has been some type of coverage or commentary. The more the possibility of hazing being involved was raised, the more scrutiny has been given. I very much respect the statement by the mother of the young man that a telephone call of the death of her son is not what a parent wants to get. I had a son who participated in the Florida Classic as a football player and such a call after the biggest game of his life would've been the last thing I would want to hear. Nevertheless, be wary of what is being reported by the media and individuals interviewed and commenting. Just as the parents and their attorney want to rid schools of hazing, every responsible person agrees. And contrary to some reports, FAMU as an institution does not promote or in anywise encourage hazing. Be that as it may, it is not yet known whether hazing caused the death of the young man. Keep in mind, though, students must desire to stop hazing. Just as no school has been able to halt alcohol abuse and sexual promiscuity because it is participation-driven, hazing has a similar standing. The students being hazed, as well as the hazers, control the continuation or extinction thereof. A few days after the Practicing Law In: death when the news of the parents' intent to file a lawsuit made headlines, the media attention given was not warranted. It is a part of the American way of life to seek legal redress when a person feels she or he has been wronged. An announcement on the subject would have been newsworthy if the parents announced they would not sue. Further, do not let the media compromise confidence in the FAMU president. He has experience in dealing with situations deemed crises and has brought two universities through crises. He is a God-fearing man who realizes that he must depend on God to handle a crisis. Finally, don't let the media determine your opinions or beliefs. Remember, the media relishes in negativity when Black people or issues are involved. It is more disheartening when 'colored' writers who know that unfair reporting exists treat the university worse than others. Where was the broadcast local and national networks and cable outlets, and print media coverage, when FAMU was outperforming Ivy League schools, other majority schools and all schools in Florida enrolling national merit and achievement scholars? Or where is media coverage when students in various majors are achieving 100% passage rated on state licensing tests. "Good Morning America" or 'Good Night U. S.' was or is nowhere to be found. When the same Florida A & M University was selected as the College of the Year in 1997, there was no media coverage. TED TAYLOR Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attomev & Cmmselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Horida 33618 (81J)M9-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 The o f a J n':atr U: 3U c*isio n tl\at d
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Local Memorial ScholarshiP Fundraiser For late Musician BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor music in the Hillsborough County School System, with the help of her parents, she opened Gwen's School of Music on the corner of 26th St and Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. She also organized 2 youth choirs -Inner City Boys' Choir and The Inspira tional Singers -that performed throughout the community. A Memorial Scholarship Fundraiser Reception will be held next month to honor the legacy of musician, Gwendolyn McCree. "Gwen," as she was known to close friends and associates, died September 27, 2011. In recent years she had a heart attack and stroke but that did not stop her commitment to the children she nurtured. Businesses corporations and individuals are encour aged to support this event. All donations are tax deductible The reception will be held on January 15, 2012 s:30 p. m. at T. Pepin Hospitality Center. Proceeds from this event will be used to provide music scholarships to deserv-GWEN MCCREE ing young p e opl e Ms. McCree was known throughout the Tampa Bay area. In addition to teaching For additional information on how y ou m ay donate, pl e ase call Patricia Jackson (813) 3 79-067 9, Gwe n s School of Music (813) 443-0704,or(813)784-4498. eoml \ naent tnel u;f, PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TEXT AND MAP AMENDMENTS Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Chapter 97-351 Laws of Aorida {1997}, as amended; Chapter 163 Part II Florida Statutes; that the Hillsborough County Oty-<:ounty Planning Commission Intends to consider text and map amendments to the Future of Hillsborough County Comprehensive Plan for Unincorporated Hillsborough County for the purpose of making a recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners at a public hearing. The text and map amendments will affect land located in the generalized map and as described herein. The Planning Commission may consider alternative proposals which may affect all or parts of the land identffied. Date: Monday, December 12, 2011 Time: 5:30p.m. Place: County Center, 18th Floor, 601 E Kennedy Blvd, Tampa All members of the public and interested parties may appear at the Public Hearing and be heard as to any and all matters pertinent to the adoption of the amendments to the Future of Hillsborough Comprehensive Plan for Unincorporated Hillsborough County. Comments may be made orally at the hearing o r i n writing If submitted on or before the hearing date. If any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at the forthcoming public hearing, they are hereby advised that they will need a verbatim record of the proceedings. The record Includes the testimony and evidence upon which such an appeal is to be based. A CPA 12-11 Future Land Use Mao change. US Highway 41 and College Avenue-Land use designation change on 1 acre from Resldential-12 (RES-12) to Suburban Mixed Use-6 (SMU6 ) B Liobl t2mmYoitiu Keystone /Odessa Community Plan Update -Text amendment to update the adopted Keystone /Odessa Community P lan. Mill iDd bxt Appendi x G and Map 25-LRTP Needs Assessment and Hillsborough County Right-of-Way (ROW) Corridor Plan. Properties within the ROW Corridor may potentially be Impacted by thi s change. U-U 12efloltlgo Sectlgo. Definition Sections in the Coastal Management, Conservation and Aquifer, Economically Disadvantaged Groups, Future Land Use, Housing, Intergovernmental Coordination, Potable Water, Recreation and Open Space, Sanitary Sewer Solid Waste, Stormwater, and Transportation Element are deleted, and all definitions ara consolidated Into a new Comprehensive Plan Definition Section. Proposed amendments to the adopted text, where applicable using updated data, of the following Comprehensive Plan Elements shall be considered at this public hearing. These amendments are proposed to update the Comprehensive Plan: 12-02 E!!:W11 LID!'! !.IH 12:iZ Stormmr Eltm!!!l 12.o4 Mani!SJ!!!!!i!!l Elt!I!!nt 12.0S Wul!! Agulfer l2.o9 Sa!!!.tl!l Sewer Elt!D!!ll CPA 12.o6 12 l!otabl!! Water The ProPosed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan may be Inspected by the public one week In advance I n the office of the Hillsborough County City-County Planning Comll)lsslon, 601 E Kennedy Blvd, 18th Floor, Tampa, FL, 33602, between the hours of 8 :00a.m. and 5 :00p. m Monday-Thursday, except holidays or online at: www.theplannlngcommlsslon.org For more Information, please call Bob Hunter, FAICP, Executive Director, al813.272.5940. All meeting fadlllles are accessible 1n accordance Vt1th the Ame!lcans Vt1th Dlsabllllles Act. Please conlact Lynn Merenda, Community Relallons Coordinator, at 813.273.3774 x342 for any additional MC&ssary acconrnodallons at leesl three business days prior lo the meeling. December 9 201, cYome ne cYome All!! To A Benefit Program For Bro. Eddie Huffman SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 3 P. M. GREATER HOPE M. B. CHURCH 2628 N. 28th Street Tampa (33605) All Bay Area Groups, Choirs & Soloists Are Invited (All Groups And Choirs Are Asked To Register) Contact: Johnny House (813) 458-6225 Or David B. (813) 965-4565 4 1.. '"fhe Charrnettes, Inc. Presents 4 \.-"Puttin' On The Ritz" Annual Holiday Gala tt A FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2011 :a An Elegant Evening of Socializing & Dancing A Fabulous Buffet !;$ Embassy Suites Hotel ,_. -USF/Busch Gardens 4 At The Galleria J... 3705 Spectrum Blvd. 8:00p.m.-12:00 a.m. 4 $45.00 per person _\. .( For Ticket Information, Contact Any Channette M Charmette Dr. Margaret A. Asher, President r_..,;:.. Committee: Joyce Austin, Chairperson A. Donna Douglas, Co-Chairperson .i\ Janice London Delores Williams Evelyne Keeton $. A 501 c3 Fundraising activity supporting ,_.. National & Local Cancer Projects __, > > r\>',1!$-"' ., &, bCHRISTffi HS DHnC{1 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2011 9 P.M.-1 A.M. Tampa Letter Carriers' Hall 3003 W. Cypress St. Tampa -This is a BYOB & BYOF Affair -Tickets: $15.00 The "Black & Gold" Donee is sponsored by the Howard W. Bloke High School Athletic Booster Clu All proceeds will benefit the Athletic Deportment At Howard W. Bloke High School. **Set-Ups Will Be Sold **Door Prizes Will be Given Away ---We hope to see you therell ..... "TT J:J c c m C') m s: m m J:J 1\) 0 """' """' "TT r-0 J:J c l> en m z :::! z m r-m c:: r rm :::! z "'D c:: m r-c;; ::::1: m c m < m J:J < -4 c:: m en c l> z c "TT J:J c

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Comminee Needs More Families To Adopt For The Holidavs SHAWNTAY WOODBURY-ROGERS The Passion Of Love Christmas Ball Committee ;;;: representatives said they are C trying to adopt more families fE for the holiday season. C On Saturday, December 10th, a Charity Ball will be held at the Economy Lodge ;;;: (formerly the Comfort Inn, 820 East Busch Boulevard at 7 p. m. The proceeds from t-that event will be used to i;: help as many families as the w committee can for the holi-days. c On December 17th, also at the Economy Lodge, another cn Passion Of Love charity ball ::::i m :;:::) D.. z j:: w _, URSULA PERKINS will be held from 12 p. m. until 5 p.m. At that event, there will be food, music and gifts for the families who have been adopted. Mrs. Shawntay Woodbury-Rogers and Mrs. Ursula Perkins ask anyone who wants to donate nonperishable food, gifts or clothing, or wants to be adopted for the holidays, to call (813) 787-5271. The location for donations to be dropped off is The Edge Beauty Salon, 2206 7th Avenue. _, :;:::) m _, w z j:: z w (/) 'P44tMANTONIO PRINGLEY & Greeters a: 0 _, LL Come To Club Fruit To Get Some BAM! OOJJLUiJ@); lJD[ 4009 Lynn Ave. Tampa, 33603 Sun. -9:30 a. m. Tues. 7-8 p. m. PASTOR ANTONIO PRINGLEV We Cordially Invite You To Join Us On For The rdilttdidll For BRO. & IRO. GREGORY CARTER WILLIE KELLY REV. NATHANIEL LOVE, Pastor JESSE HOBDY Chairman, Deacons' Businesswoman Plans Annual Tov Drives BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Nearly 14 years ago, Mrs. Cherylene Levy had a vision of owning a semi-pro fessional football team. She became the owner of the Tampa Bay Bulldogs with the support and assistance of her husband, the late Eddie Levy, Sr. Under the guidance of her husband, a few years after establishing the team, she created the Jr. Tampa Bay Bulldogs for younger athletes in the community. From the onset, Mrs. Levy has sought to use the team to give back to the community. In addition to the teams, she is also active in numer ous other activities including roller-skating. For the next two weekends, Mrs. Levy will collect toys for needy children through both notfor-profit organizations. On Saturday, December 1oth, from 11 p.m. to 2:30 a.m., Sunday, December Wharlln High Needs Votes To Win Pepsi Retresh Grant Wharton High Schoolis Track Resurfacing Committee were recently notified that their iSave Our Shins (S.O.S.)i proposal is a finalist for a $50,000 Pepsi Refresh grant. The school hopes to use the grant to help cover the costs to install a synthetic track. The Wharton Track and Field program led by 2011 Track Coach of the Year Wes Newton, has had a success ful history of excellence with combined results of 17 district and regional championships, and two state runner-up fin ishes. However, the track has not been resurfaced since its installation in 1997. In order to continue this tradition of excellence, Wharton High School Athletic Boosters are working to raise funds to install a synthetic track. In order to help the school win the grant, anyone can cast two votes each day between now and December 31, by doing the following. Go to http: //pep.si/uZre41. Watch the S.O.S. video, then register. t For more information con tact Wharton Principal Brad Woods at (813) 760-1109, www.whartontrack.us. or email info@wbartontrack.us. MRS. CHERYLENE LEVY Owner of Tampa Bay Bulldogs semi-pro football team nth, members of the community can visit United Skates of America, 5121 N. Armenia Avenue, and drop off an unwrapped toy. The toys are being collected by Movers & Skaters of Tampa Bay during their 4th Annual Toy Drive. The following week, on Saturday, December 17th, the Tampa Bay Bulldogs and the Jr. Tampa Bay Bulldogs will host their 8th Annual Toy Drive. The event will take place at Nuccio Park, 4805 E. Sligh Avenue, from 9 a.m., to 12 noon. "We are asking members of the com munity to come out, bring an unwrapped toy and spend a portion of their day With us. They will have a chance to meet players, obtain autographs, and enjoy refreshments," Mrs. Levy said. Since the death of her bus.: -band two ago, Mrs. Levy said she forced to reevaluate many -things in: her Jjfe, including the football team: -, The comri:runit}r will an opportJinity to new staff includirijfHead_ Coach, . Nat Assi"s 'tant-" -Head Cmich; courtney-"Pe-anui" Brown; namiail :o-eil; Offensive Line Coordinator; Ryan Patterson, Offense Line Coach; and Darnell Baker, who is the Running Back Coach at the toy drive. "It's been hard since I lost my husband, but the Bulldogs are still around and going strong. I hope the community will have a chance to come out and visit with them," she said. She further stated that former professional athletes Randy Crowder and Freddie Solomon serve as advisors for the team. For more information about the toy drop offs or the team contact Donna at (813) 650-6199; or Ty Williams at (8130 900-6015. MISSIONARY CHURCH Extends an Invitation -to you on our OF R. C. T. KIRKLAN Featured Guests for the Month of December 2011

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JJ councilman Frank Reddick Addresses 'Stop ommissioners Reverse Decision On Selecting Chairman BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month Hillsborough County Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., suggested a plan that would allow the board's chairmanship to ro tate, thus eliminating the need for members to jockey for votes. The measure was tentatively approved by the board. However, on Wednesday, during the regular board meeting, members of the Re publican-controlled board reversed their decision. Commissioner Sandra Murman and Commissioner Mark Sharpe ini tially voted in favor of the new process. However, both have since reversed their de cisions. Commissioner Miller proposed that the most sen ior member would become the Chairman in 2012, who in this case would have been Commissioner Sharpe. The following year, the next senior board member who had never served as Chairman (Commissioner Kevin Beckner) will auto matically serve. The following year, Commissioner Beckner will serve and the District 1 rep resentative will become the Chairman and the District 2 LES MILLER, JR. County Commissioner representative will become the Vice Chairman. This process will eliminate the voting process. The only stipulation is that any new board member, who has not been in office for a full year, cannot serve The position will automatically rotate to the next in line. Commissioner Miller said, "I think that it is unfortunate that we are allowing outsiders to dictate how we vote. I don't understand why every member can't serve as chairman. Why does it have to be so Partisan. Saying a Democrat can't serve as chairman is just unfair." The initial vote was 5-2 in favor of the new process. However, the reversed votes of Commissioners Sharpe and Murman de feated the proposed plan. TRUMPET IN ZION FELLOWSHIP OF THE TAMPA BAY AREA would like to invite you tQ the Holy Ghost, life changing Revival featuring: 1403 West Spencer Street Plant City, Florida 33563 (813) 525-8855 From 1-4, toke exit 21 and go south on Hwy 39. West Spencer is the first street on the right. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 I 2011 7:00pm .,& SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 2011 The Violence' Issue At Press Conference :: Elected officials and members of the community gathered at the Tampa Police Department District III Office Wednesday for a press conference to address the increase OJ m JJ
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\ DORIE MILLER 10/12/1919 --11/24/1943 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday, America remembered the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. That day marked the 70th an niversary of the attack that drew this country into World War II with the Japanese. Some Tampa residents shared their knowledge about Dorie Miller, an African American cook, who played a vital role after his ship w a s hit by enemy fire > Attorney Roderick < Ford said, "Dorie Miller C was an African American ff: World War II naval hero. He c was a cook in the segregated Z U. S. Navy. Despite segrega< tion and discrimination, Dorie Miller shot down mule tiple airplanes during Pearl ffi Harbor attack, before he himself was killed in action. He received a Medal of Honor a: for his bravery. w ATIY. RODERICK FORD Howard Harris said I re member Dorie Miller. I was a child during World War II. Dorie Miller was a Colored enlisted servant" in the Navy, deemed too inferior to bear arms. However when his ship was attacked, he took over a machine gun and shot down several Japane s e airplane s He was u se d as propaganda to entice other Colored folk to become enlisted servants or la borers during the war. Danny Green said, 'The history of Dorie Miller is special to me because I, too served as an African American soldier in the U. S. armed forces as a food service per sonnel. Dorie was a very courageous sailor and cook. His courageousness earned him pre s tigious medals and to the right to be remem-HOWARD HARRIS be red as a great African Amer ican war hero!" Maurice Kemp said, "Although Dorie Miller, was as signed as the Battleship's main cook, Mess Attendant, Third Class, he stepped forward during the melee and confu sion to seize an abandoned so Calib e r anti-aircraft machine gun to d e fend his ship and cr e w mates against a surprise att ack. Known as the "Raging Bull' by his friends, prior to his enlistment, for his emotional charge ; especially in defense of his race, Dorie Miller, in similar fashion, was distin guished b y the Navy for his fierce stand against the Japan ese attack. Doris "Dorie" Miller wa s a cook in the U. S Navy aboard the battleship the > c .:--. .' w :I: en ::::i m CL z i= w -1 -1 m *BUY ONE HUMAN LACE GET 2ND HUMAN LACE 50% OFF *BUY ONE HUMAN LACE GET A FACIAL FOR $2500 *HUMAN LACES STARTING AT '1 DANNY GREEN USS West Virginia when it was attacked. Because of his physical conditioning as a boxer and football player Miller helped carry wounded sailors to safety. After a captain was mor tally wounded, he was ordered to man a .so caliber anti air craft machine gun until he ran out of ammunition and was ordered to abandon ship Frank Knox, Secretary of the Navy, commended Miller on April 1, 1942, and on May 27, 1942, he received the Navy Cross on board the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise. MAURICE KEMP Miller returned to the West Coast in November 1943, and was aboard the USS Liscombe Bay when a torpedo from a Japanese submarine hit the ship He was officially pre sumed dead on November 2S, 1944. He was 24 at the time he died. In June 1973 the USS Miller, a Knox-class frigate, was named in his honor. On October 11, 1991, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority dedicated a bronze commemorative plaque of Miller at the Miller Family Park, located on the U. S. Naval Base, Pearl Harbor. FREE Refreshments Served www.facebook.com/lorraine.ma1

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Loca "Tf J:l ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------c Mother Of Slain Teens To Host 'Stop The Violence' Concen JUDY BRITO BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Since the deaths of her two children, Jeremi, 13, and Kiara, 16, Judy Brito has been on a campaign to help as man y children as she can. Jerermi Brito and his sis ter Kiara, were shot to death inside their South Tampa home in June 2011. Police arrested Charles Waits, 19, and Tavari Grant, 19, charging them both with first-degree murder. "It's hard not having my children around," said Ms. Brito. With the help of people in the community and the Hillsborough Education Foundation, Ms. Brito was able to establish the Kiara and Jeremi Brito Memorial Fund. The fund was set up to provide ( KIARA AND JEREMI BRITO scholarships to area students, and three students from Robinson High School ha ve a lre ady benefitted from Ms. Brito's generosity. She a lso donated 4250 to her son's school, Madison Middle School for their reading pro gram. On December 16th from 7 p. m. until midnight Ms. Brito will be hosting a Stop The Violence" Concert with her special guest being Tom G. and Team Fetti. The concert will be held at 4207 East Oklahoma Avenue in South Tampa, and Ms. Brito hopes that the theme of the concert will send out the right message and help put an end to all the violence that has cost her two children and devastated families all over the city 9712 N. 56th St., Temple Terrace, FL 33617 -INSIDE TERRACE PLAZA /NORTH OF BUSCH BLVD ' Tel: (214)-735-0829 Cell: (813)-470-8270 ,. , : ,. Stop In & Shop For The Holidays! 'Black Honkevs' Host Soul Review Show ?< c m (') m :5: m m J:l <.0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer .------------------------------------=-----, If you're one of the people saddened and disgusted because Tampa no longer has an R&B station, you should know that there's a group that has been filling that void. In 2001, The Black Honkeys were born, and founder Phil Esposito said what he was trying to put together was a Sly and The Family Stone type band. .... .... After 10 years, I think we have it now I'm elate d that as an 8-piece band, we can present a show tha t people hun ge r for. THE BLACK HONKEYS: (top, left to right: Scott Myers, Phil f! On Friday, December 9th in St Petersburg, The Black Honkeys presented their "First Friday Soul Review that featured Motown funksoul, and rock n roll. Esposito said they spent six months planning the event Esposito, Greg Czink, and Terry Clark. Bottom, left to right: 0 Andy Beer, Nicole Coleyfield-Davis, Will Harris, and Steven :II Tanner. C l> "We are a family and I had a part in recruiting the mem bers. Basically, everyone just came together through mutual contacts." One of those members is former Busch Gardens Sheik member, Terry Clark. Esposito said he' s in awe having Clark as part of the group "Not only do we have Terry, but the other members of The Sheiks have performed on some of our shows and they are always invited to join us. "We're doing music we think our generation is hungry for, especially with the absence of R&B on the radio. We actually consider ourselves performers and musi cians." We ell Jewelry On A Pa ent Plan No Credit Check (Income & Active Checking Account Requ i red) 90 Days Same As Cash 12 Month Payment Plan (Call Us For Pre-Approval) We Pay More For Your Gold And Diamonds t Low Interest Loans On Your Gold And Diamonds (J) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z "0 c: m c (J) :t m c m < m J:l -< -4 c: m (J) c ?< l> z c ., J:l c ?<

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All About You! ffi I Haoov Birthdav I Haoov Birthdav Ill LU (.) LU c ><( 0 c: LL c a: L1. c z <( 0 en LU ::;:::) ..... > c: w > w 0 w :I: en :J Ill ::;:::) D. z w ...J ...J ::;:::) Ill ...J w z z w en <( 0 c: 0 ...J LL TISH And NENO Happy bi1thday, Tish. Late, but not forgotten NENO And TANK G. C. F. NENO, CHRIS And 1WIN Happy birthday Twin. Happy birthda y Bae. From, your \vif ey, wish you many more Love you always, Mrs. Brown. New Street NEW STREET BOSS Happy birthday to my brother, Bruce Brown, Jr. Brus, it's been 10 years strong and through it all, your love and loyalty has been unwa vering. Your existence is a sym bol of what it is to be real. As a young king this day rep resents a day to highlight your years of mental growth and ad vancement and the average isn't on your level. Stay on top. Brus. Put on for New Street (Th e Movement), I'll be there soon. The love is unconditional. Also, happy birthday to our Iii' sister, Brandi, who 's turning 11. Keep up those good grades sis. Brandon Brown. IN THE SPOTLIGHT CRYSTAL In the spotlight this week is the lovely Crystal. She's 5'5" tall, an Aquarian, and her favorite star is Kim Kardashian. Crystal's hobbies are fashion, make-up artistry, art, and traveling. In the future, she wants to be a real estate attorney. Crystal's philosophy of life is: "If in this world you find something you love, never let it go without a fight. I live by this!" The man in Crystal's life must be funny, charming, tall, dark and handsome. Congratulations to Crystal 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.

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The Muppets -This movie was surprisingly entertaining and good with the return of Kermit The Frog, Miss Piggy and the gang. Must-see for kids! Made $56M. (Budget $4sM). **** Arthur Christmas -Arthur Christmas could be a classic, because the movie is different and fresh for the kids. Must-see! Made $25M. (Budget N/A). **** Hugo-Overall, Hugo was a good movie, but for kids, the movie moves too slow and it is a bit confusing until the end. (2 hrs.) -Wait for the video. Made $25M. (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 $246M. (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 $51M. (Budget N/ A). ***112 Immortals -A 300-type fantasy film with great action and a lot of killing. Definitely, not for kids. Mickey Rourke makes a good villain. Must see! Made $75M. (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 $64M. (Budget $79M). **1/2 Tower Heist-Ben Stiller and Eddie 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 been funnier, but still good. Made $70M. (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 $33M. (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. Dreamworks got this one right. Must-see for the kids. Made 813lessonslearned .. Unaware Happiness" lesson25. Bvtaurel Johnson-Page SUM.MARY: Manipulation becomes an art when Mia interferes with her ex-lovers relationship. When Jay's new fiancee does not seem to be bothered by his night out, Mia decides to try again. The sexy principal Link Stern is ready to move the relationship forward when he realizes that Mia is "bring home to mama" material. A can of mace and a red bottom Christian Louboutin heel become lethal weapons when Vickie finds herself in a .dark parking garage face-to-face with the m11n police are looking for. . Sharie tries to reflect on recenfe\rents hopiiig to find light at the end of the tunnel. . , .. Join the Ladies of 813 in Lessons Learned Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -As you get lost in the maze today, don't forget your goal. Don't be afraid if you don't know the way. Use your network: Call someone whose view is wider. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't worry about the money. Conserve resources anyway. There's plenty to keep you busy, and more work coming in. Stay focused. It all works out. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Make sure what you build is solid. Fantasies fade in the sunlight. Romance is a growing possibility. Choose substance over symbolism, and have fun. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Don't let anyone push yoq. It's your life. Get into a homebody N phase. Think about your roots, and where you came from. You choose where you're going. g Aries (March 21-April19)-There could be elements to the puzzle that are hidden from view. ..... Because of this, avoid expensive purchases or big decisions today. Those elements get revealed later. Taurus (Apri12o-May 20)-When you're feeling good, it's possible to lose perspective of the world around you. Be considerate of others. Spread the love and the good fortune. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-A lucky hunch could turn quite profitable. You liave the confidence to make your plan work: Put your back into it! Try again at something you failed at before. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Find a trustworthy friend to help you solve any dilemmas. Don't take it all so seriously. Not everything that glitters is gold. Inject a sense.ofhumor. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Stifle your crazy side for a moment. Complete unfinished business (impress others in the process). Attention to detail comes in handy. Figure out what you really want. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -The adventure continues, and there's more work on the way. Don't be misled by fantasy. Check your oil and tire pressure, and bring a sack lunch. libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -:-Business interferes with fwi. Don't goof off! Plan a trip, and research the best tickets. Then focus on productivity to pay for it all. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Respect the people that helped you get where you are, and show some appreciation. Be careful not to lose what you have in order to get even if you're busy. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Bridget stops by Forrester Creations to show her support for th e ir upcoming collection; Jackie and Nick host a crowd of press and buyers to introduce their latest line; Owen worries about Bridget s reaction to the new Jackie M. collection. Stephanie holds nothing '11 back and unleashes her fury on Jackie; Ridge, Brooke, Eric and Hope realize that they've trusted the rwrong person but they're unsure of who that person is; Nick asks Pam to continue with her duties. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-The illegal gambling on the Web site leads to Chad and Melanie getting c kidnapped, and Bo and Hope race to find out who is behind everything while Sonny, Will, and Abigail l> debate taking matters into their own hands Chad and Melanie's nightmare comes to a shocking end; m Jack and Daniel form a bond; Austin becomes an unlikely hero; a forbidden romance escalates. z GENERAL HOSPITAL-Another gift from Franco surfaces; the situation gets heated for Sonny ::::! and Kate; Maxie enlists someone important in town for help.Jason loses his temper; Mac rounds up iii the possible suspects in Lisa s demise; Dante makes a surprising discovery. l ONE UFE TO UFE-Rex has shocking news to share with Shane; Bo gives John advice. Clint's thrown when he discovers that Viki is really leaving town; someone surprises Clint. r-YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Sharon defies Nick to investigate Adam; Victor is furious at J:;; the outcome of his arraignment. ::::! z ., c m r-u; :::z::: m c m < m ::D < -f c m (/) c )> z c c

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ntertainment N a) a: w m :!E w Jennifer Hudson Buvs $2.8M Massive Mansion In Chicago Suburb (.) Jennifer Hudson w c may have shrunk on the outside, but she' s still expanding when it comes a: to her assets by purchasLL ing a massive mansion in a Chicago suburb. At 12,000 square-feet, Hudson' s new 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom cas tle-like home was built in 2007 and features a heated garage, theater, JENNIFER HUDSON luxurious kitchen s pace a finished walk out basement, cherry hardwood floors and two laundry rooms. Th e 30-year-old Academy Award winner' s new home sits in Chicago's southwestern suburb of Burr Ridge, Illinois and was last listed at $2,795,000. Rihanna Put On 24 Hour Health-Watch' After Succumbing To Exhaustion The Barbadian pop-superstar Rihanna was put a 24 -hour health watch by her con cerned handlers. Mercury Records execs grounded the 23year-old singer after she apparently had an episode and almost cancelled a tour date in Dublin, Ireland. RIHANNA . Has Been Grounded Basically, since Ri Ri h a s b ee n on tour all yea r to supplement the lackluster sales of her latest project which is not an indictment of her album, but of the record industry in general -her investors wanted to give their prized filly a day off. DMI Plavs Wheelchair B-Ball With lniured u.s. Troops DMX has always walked with the people and showed where his heart really really is after a cincert in Texas. X was doing a show in San Antonio last Thursday, when a fan asked if he would visit the troops at nearby Fort Sam Houston. X said yes ... and actually kept his word, showing up the next day and playing a little wheelchair basketball with some of the guys. DMX Terrence Howard's Wile Gets Restraining Order TERRENCE HOWARD And Wife, MICHELLE LOS ANGELES -Terrence Howard was ordered Tuesday to stay 100 yards away from his estranged wife Michelle after she claimed the Oscarnominated actor repeatedl y threatened and hit her during their marriage. The star denies the alle gations Superior Court Judge Scott Gordon granted the stayawa y order sought b y Michelle Howard after s h e filed a lengthy declaration alle ging abuse began within a week of the couple's January 2010 marriage. Michelle filed for di_ vorce a year later. The restraining order remains in effect until a Jan. 17 court hearing. In a text message last week, she claims Howard, 42, has repeatedly hit her and threatened her. She stated in a sworn declaration that she is in constant fear of Howard and has chronic health issues caused b y the actor' s treatment.

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tertainment T.J. Holmes leaving CNN CNN weekend anchor T.J. Holmes is leaving the cable channel at the end of the year. Holmes began his career as a producer for KSNF in Joplin, Missouri, and would go on to work at local sta tions in Little Rock, Arkansas and San Jose, CA before joining CNN in 2006. Holmes' destination is unclear, though one CNN staffer says he already has T.J.HOLMES another gig lined up. CNN director of program ming Janelle Rodriguez says Holmes is leaving "to pursue other opportunities." Bob Marlev Heirs Sue Hall Brother Over Name Use A feud has erupted within the first family of reggae, with the widow and nine children of Bob Marley suing his half brother to stop use of the Marley name to promote an annual Miami music festival and profit from other businesses in his native Jamaica The lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court contends the half brother, businessman Richard Booker, and sev eral affiliated companies are violating copyright and trademark laws by using Marley's name, photo graphs, lyrics, symbols and BOB MARLEY other intellectual property without authorization. The lawsuit says people could be deceived into think ing those uses are endorsed by Marley's widow, Rita Marley, and their children. Booker and Bob Marley have the same mother. Mannie: Cash Monev Squashed His Deal Mannie Fresh dis cussed his time at Def Jam, his relationship to Jay-Z, and not being able to MANNY clear a Lil FRESH Wayne verse with Cash Money Records, during the Red Bull Music Academy 2011 in Madrid. Nicki Minai Thanks TavlorSwih T. SWIFTAnd N. MINAJ Nicki Minaj and Taylor Swift have formed an un likely friendship which stemmed from a radio inter view Miss Swift had. The radio host asked Taylor to rap a lyric, which she said she could effortlessly do. Taylor erupted into song adding her soft-spoken voice to Minaj's mature lyrics. The video introduced "Superbass" to a complete new realm of people Dobie Grav OI'Drih Awav Fame Has Died Dobie Gray, a smooth balladeer who recorded the timeless hit "Drift Away" in 1973, is dead at age 69. Charlie Andrews, Gray's attorney and friend, said Wednesday that Gray died at his Nashville home in his sleep early Tuesday after being in declining health for several months. The death also was reported on the singer's web site. "Drift Away" also was recorded by rap artist, DOBIE GRAY Uncle Kracker in 2003 and became a hit again. Soul Singer Howard Tate Dies TRENTON, NJ -Soul singer Howard Tate has died in his New Jersey apart ment a decade after a career resurrection that followed y ears of tragedy and obscu rity. A spokesman for the Burlington County medical examiner says Tate was 72 when he died Friday in Burlington City. Tate was born in Macon, Ga., and grew up in Philadel phia In the late 1960s and early '70s he had three top 20 R&B hits including "Get It While ., r 0 :a HOWARD TATE en m z You Can," written by his longtime producer Jerry m Ragovoy and made more 1 famous by Janis Joplin. r r m :::! z

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Is Bucs' Coach Job On The Lineil Tampa Ba y Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris surprised a lot of people las t year when he led his young team to a 10-6 record. Big things were expected of Morris; team this season I boldly predicted that the Bucs would finish no better than 8-8 this season. There are two clear-cut reasons for that prediction The first being, that the Bucs were no 10-6 team last season. They were able to sneak up on teams last sea-son. They weren't going to be C able to do that this year. 0: The second reason is that the prolonged National z Football League lockup mini camps. The young, inexffi perienced starless Buc team > needed that valuable practice time so much. Without it, w they are just an average ::J: CJ) :::; m :;:::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J :;:::) m ..J w z i= z w CJ) ( a: 0 ..J u.. team. Coach Morris and his staff have done about as good a job of coaching the Bucs as can be done. I don't believe there is a coach in the league that could have taken this Buc team and achieved a winning record As far as Coach Morris is concerned his job should be safe for another year. Management knows what kind of team the Bucs went into the season with. They knew that last year' s record was an overachievement. They knew the value that offseason workouts the team didn t have would hurt. Likewise, they understand why the team's record stands at 4-8. The t eam has four more gam es to pla y It would really solidifY the coach s job if he won 3 out of the 4. That is something the Bucs are capable of doing. I expect Coach Morris to be back next year. Hitrnan Hearns Earns Honors Detroit's Hitman Thomas Hearns has been selected to the International Boxing Hall of Fame and Museum. Thirteen others joined Hearns in being inducted. Hearns was the first boxer to win championships in four different divisions and was known for his knockout punch. The knockout punch was what earned him the nickname, 'Hitman'. In 67 fights as a pro, Hearns knocked out 48 of his opponents GriHin, Richardson Lead Reisman Finalists TRENT RICHARDSON NEW YORK-Stanford's Andrew Luck is returning to New York as a Heisman Trophy finalist, just not as the favorite. That distinction belongs to Baylor's Robert Griffin III. The two star quarterbacks will join fellow finalists Trent Richardson, Tyrann Mathieu and Montee Ball at the Heisman presentation Saturday night in Manhattan. More 'Redskins Drama' With Expected Suspensions FRED DAVIS ASHBURN, VA -Fred Davis and Trent Williams are expected to be suspended for the rest of the season for violating the NFL s substance abuse policy The Redskins are 4-8, but at least this season had been mostly free from off-field troubles. The suspensions hurt coach Mike Shanahan's plan to build a team with a reputation for high-character pla y ers. Alexander says the suspensions are disappointing because "everybody's aware of the rules and how the NFL carries out the drug policy. Ex-NBA Star Gets Probation In Vegas casino case LAS VEGAS Former NBA All-Star Antoine Walker was sentenced to five years' probation and ordered to pay $770,050 in restitution to three Las Vegas casinos after pleading guilty to failing to repay gambling debts. Walker's lawyer declined to comment after his sentenc ing Tuesday in Clark County District Court. Prosecutor Samuel Bateman says the felony charge could be dismissed if Walker fully repays the debts incurred in 2008 and 2009 at the Planet Hollywood, Red Rock Casino Resort and Caesars Palace casinos He faces a year in prison if he violates probation. Walker is 35. He was an All-Star with the Boston Celtics before winning a 2006 ANTOINE WALKER championship with the Miami Heat. He filed for Chapter 7 bank ruptcy liquidation in 2010. Walker last played with the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League. women sav Thev Were lniured When Sub Crashed Car PORTLAND, Ore. -Two women say they were injured when Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Sub crashed his car into a tree in downtown Portland over the weekend. Portland police had original l y said there were no injuries in the accident earl y Saturday. But police said Monday that two passengers later came forward to say they were hurt a nd left the scene before offi cers arrived. Sgt. Pete Simpson say s one woman reported bruises and soreness, and the other reported a cut to her forehead and a black eye. Their names were not released. Suh told police he was try- Pried '1\uokey. Babd '1\adwy Smobd Giblet Qravy. Ohitterliap OoDard are- Reel Velwt Cake Key Lime o.b Sweet P6lato NDAMUKONG SUH ing to avoid a stopped taxicab when he lost control of the 1970 Chevrolet Coupe. The car hit a curb, light pole, drinking fountain and tree. Police say Sub was not impaired and was not cited They are not re-opening the investigation.

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Sports Bucs Hope To Regain Edge Against Jacksonville There are rumors abound at One Buc Place, and most of them involve whether head coach Raheem Morris will be back next year. That's a decision that will be made at the end of the season, but for right now, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trying to stop the bleeding from 6 straight loses. Starting quarterback Josh Freeman will be returning to the field Sunday when the Bucs travel to EverBank Field in Jacksonville to face the Jaguars. The Jaguars are coming off a loss to the San Diego Chargers in a Monday night contest, and have sent bead coach Jack Del Rio packing. However, the strength of the Jaguars has been the weakness of the Buccaneers as Jacksonville's running back, Maurice JonesDrew, is at the top of the league in rushing yards. The Bucs have injuries to a lot of key players, but so does all the teams this time of the season. The Bucs need to recharge LeGarrett Blount and their ground game, and the Buc receivers must give Freeman open targets The Bucs (4-8) can finish the season at .soo, but they will have to win their final four games against Jacksonville, the Dallas Cowboys, Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons. Sunday's kickoff will be at 1 p.m. Giants Sign OT Ugoh, Place OT Andrews On IR STACY ANDREWS EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ The New York Giants have placed offensive tackle Stacy Andrews on injured reserve with blood clots in both lungs and signed Tony Ugoh to fill the roster spot. Andrews was hospitalized with the embolisms on Saturday and released on Monday. Ugoh has played in 37 NFL games with 27 starts for the Indianapolis Colts (2007-09). He was also with the Detroit Lions in 2010, though be did not see any action. Ugoh played for the Las Vegas Locomotives of the United Football League this fall. Tiger Woods Has Donated Up To $12M In Tournament Earnings THOUSAND OAKS, CA -Greg McLaughlin, the tournament director of the Chevron World Challenge, was standing on the first tee before the start of the final round when he was asked his thoughts on the day. "I hope Tiger Woods wins today, he said All the proceeds benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation. McLaughlin smiled for effect. He first met Woods 20 years ago and gave him his first PGA Tour sponsor exemption, to the Nissan Tiger Woods has donated over $12 million of tournament earnings alone. the foundation the Deutsche Bank Championship, which began c J< c m 0 m 3: m m J:l N 0 Open at Riviera, when Woods was 16. McLaughlin now is presi dent of the foundation. in 2003; and the AT&T National, which began in 0 Woods has been giving his Chevron World Challenge earnings to his foundation since the charity event began in 1999. McLaughlin also revealed that Woods has done the same with money earned from two official PGA Tour events that also benefit 2007. Woods has won the Chevron five times, Deutsche Bank once and the AT&T National once. After his win Sunday at Sherwood, Woods' earnings_ from all three events are now $12,510,m. CJ) m z :::t z m r-m c: rrm :::t z c: m r-u; :t: m c m < m J:l -< c: m CJ) c )> z c J:l c

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c a: LL c z < c en w ;::) .... > a: w > w c w J: en :::J m ;::) D. z _, _, ;::) m MR. BODUNRIN ADEMOLA BANWO Funeral services for Mr. Bodunrin Ademola Banwo of Tampa, who passed away on Saturday, December 3, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 4 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Linda Dukes, officiating. Mr. Bodunrin Ademola Banwo was born on December 25, 1949, in Nigeria. He was a devout Christian. He enjoyed reading the Bible and often spoke of fond memories of his native country, Nigeria. He received his A. S. degree in Engineering and a certification in Environmental Engineering from U. S F. Plant City. He was preceded in death by his parents, Chief Bel\iamin Banwo and mother, (Chief) Mrs. Juliana Aderibigbe Banwo. He leaves to cherish his memory: wife, Patricia A. Banwo; children, Adedayo Banwo and Bodunrin Banwo, both of Tampa; many close friends, including, Yomi Olaogun and Latif Jinabu; and a host of in-laws, the Nickles family; and other relatives, friends and co-workers. The viewing will be held on Saturday from 12-4 p. m. The fanilly and friends are asked to meet at the chapel for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. REUBEN MCALLISTER Homegoing service for Mr. Reuben McAllister of Tampa, who passed away on Saturday, December 3, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Jerome Shaw of Kingdom Purpose International Church of Sanford, Florida, officiating. Interment will be in Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL, on Monday, December 12, 2011. Reuben was born in Columbia, Alabama, to the late Sam McAllister and Carrie Smith McAllister. He leaves to cherish his memories: a devoted wife, Bernice McAllister; son, Rodney McAllister; grandchildren, Ta'Ney and Renee Merritt; great grandchildren, Jelaini Byrd, Chris'Zavin Jenkins and Cedric Johnson; sisters, Elizabeth Rogers and Christine McAllister, Tampa, Maurine Short and Ruthie McAlli ster, Dothan, Alabama, Carrie McAllister, Cleveland, Ohio, and Doris Trawick of Bellevue, Washington; brother, Walter McAllister, Tampa; sister-in-law, Ella McAllister, Brandon, FL; brothersin-law, David Helms (Pennia) and Joseph Helms (Essie); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 7 8 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME S FUNERAL CRJSI PRICES LFD._813 626 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002. N 40th Street Tampa, Florida 3381 o I I olio" II-. ( )n '" illto AI < lw< 1, II-. I 'I )11 l.u donlll< )'' [f] fl BRO. LEROY WILI.IAM HARRIS, SR. A celebration of life for Bro. Leroy William Harris, Sr., "Sam", who God found it best to call home from labor to reward on Sunday, December 4, 2011 will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 12 p. m. at New Progress Missionary Baptist Church, 3707 E. Shadowlawn Avenue, Rev. E. J. Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Bro. Leroy was born on September 14, 1942, in Tampa. He attended school in Hillsborough County. Leroy worked at Singleton Seafood as a supervisor for 35 years in the sanitation department. He accepted Chris t at an early age and was a member of New Progress M. B. Church, where he served faithfully as a chairman of trustees for many years until his health failed him. He was preceded in death by: his father, Arthur Harris; mother, Thelma Cobb Harris; and sister, Mary Alice Humphrey. He leaves to cherish his memory and celebrate his life: his wife of 42 years, Sherry Salters Harris; sons, Leroy Williams Harris, Jr. (Soana) of Hawaii, Freddie Mulkey, Jr. of Tampa, and Ron Christopher Harris (Nobuko) of Hawaii; daughters, Tonya Harris and Deborah Sneed, both of Tampa; goddaughters, La Tasha Nikki Bell (Eddie) and Luvenia Turner (Darryl); grandchildren, Bel\iamin, Natasha, Reva, Leroy, III, Pheonicia, Lakesha, Breonna, Sakuara, Brandon, Seiya, Shevaun and Brandon; great grandchildren, Kiana, Malia and Isaiah, all of Australia; brothers, Jerome Harris (Yvonne), Tampa, and Willie Thomas (Patricia), Houston, Texas; sisters, Leola Lewis (Roy), Betty Lowe, Claretha Harris and Willie Mae Thomas, all of Tampa; uncles, Luther Ware {Inez ) Palmetto, FL, and Johnny Cooper, Atlanta, GA ; aunt, Ruthie Mae Harris; father-in-law, Lotis Salters of Leesburg, FL; s i s t e rs-in-law, Elouis e Barnes, Lawanda Salters Rawls and Marguerite Washington; brothe r s-in-law, Horace Salters, Eddie Lee Salters and Jerry Salters; and a hos t of other nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends too many to name; and The Home Association staff of Tampa. The viewing will b e held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, Decembe r 9, 2011 from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The fam0y and friends are asked to meet at the church for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MR. GEORGE WILL SCOTT 'SCOTTY' Homegoing services for Mr. George Will Scott of Shreveport, Louisiana, who passed away on Saturday, November 26, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 2 p m. at True Believers Christian Center of the Shekinah Glory Ministries, 4116 N. 30th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Elder Frank L. Wynn, Jr., pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. George "Scotty" Scott was born December 11, 1944, in Louisiana. He enjoyed spending time with his family and grandchildren and always told each one "you're granddaddy's baby." He also enjoyed fishing, and laughing through life with no worries. He was a man of much wisdom. All of his life he worked hard on the railroad, as a heavy machine operator. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Rosevelie Green and Johnathan Scott; sisters, Nattie Williams and Erma Williams; and brother, James Dorsey. He leaves to cherish his memory: mother of his children, Sharon Crandall; daughters, Chanelle Scott, Lanavia Scott and Valencia Hopps; son, Johnathan Scott; goddaughter, Serena Marshall; grandchildren, Kiwana Scott, Jason Scott, Dazavius Hardy, Kimberly Dale, Jalaya Scott, Johnathan Scott, Jr. and Marnecia; sisters, Martha George and Christine Graves; Robert Scott; a host of nieces and nephews; and other wonderful relatives and friends, Mayo family and special thanks to the Hopps family. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN lOVING MEMORY OF '"HARRY ROBERTS, SR: December 10, 2011 You left us with beautiful memories that will neVer fade away. Your love and wisdom, in our hearts will you forever stay. We miss you dearly. Love, the family. MOTHER MARY . FRANCES FREEMAN A homegoing celebration for Mother Mary Frances Freeman, who passed away in a local hospital on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, will be held Saturday morning, December 10, 2011, at 11 a.m. from Cathedral Of Faith Church, 6304 N. 30th Street, with the Bishop J. H. Howell, Sr., pastor, and Rev. Frank Wdliams, Pastor of the Paradise Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mother Mary Frances Freeman was born in Tampa. She attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton Senior High School, class of 1951. She later attended Nursing school and upon graduating, she was employed with the former Clara Frye Hospital for 7 years. She was also employed with Tampa General Hospital for 25 years. She was hand-selected to be a part of the original Renal Transplant Unit Team, from which she later retired. Mother Freeman was an active member of the Paradise M. B. Church, where she served as Mother of the church and Pri-_ mary Children Sunday SchoOl Teacher. was preceded in death by her 2 sisters, Menton L. Cole and CoraL. DeVone. She leaves to mourn her passing: 3 sons, Darnell Freeman, Eric Freeman (Theresa) and Michael Freeman (Cynthia); daughter, Pastor Romenthia Fitts; 11 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren; aunt, Helen Freeman, Plant City, FL; 9 nieces, Marion Cole, Plant City, Debra Browning (Kenneth), Harrisburg, PA, Cynthia Steele (LarrY), Philadelphia, PA, Lorli Gibson, Cynthia Evans, Linda Evans, Yoli Washington, Jowanna Hunter and Keisha Baldwin (Lamont); 5 nephews, Alphonso Cole, David DeVoue, Mansfield, PA, Darren DeVoue, Royersford; PA, Cornelius Anderson and Gilbert Sutton; cousins; Edith Freeman Roberts and family, and Helen Freeman Yates and family, all of Plant City; Brenda Freeman Sanders and family, Detroit, Ml, Michael Freeman and family, Huntsville, AL, Jackson Freeman and family and Patricia Copeland and family; extended family, Mrs. Mary Robinson and family; devoted friends, Nell St. Clair and family, and John Mitchell (Warnell) and family; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Special acknowledgement to: Ms. Carolyn Williams and Nancy Thomas for the support andhelp. -The viewmg fur Mother Macy FranceS Freeman_will be h ,eld on Friday,' D:ecember 91 2011, from S-'7 p..,m. at Cathedral Of Faith Church. The family will receiVe friends arid visitors from 6-7 p. m. The funeral cortege will leave from 4210 E. Clifton Street on Saturday morning, December 10, 2011, at 10:30 a. m. Services and arrangements by Ronald J. Derr, Sr., L.F.D. EVERE'IT-DBRR &

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DEACON EUGENE MAYS Funeral services for Deacon Eugene Mays of 8044 Deerwood Circle, Tampa, 33610, will be held Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 11 a.m. at St. John Progressive M. B. Church, 2504 Chipco Avenue, Tampa, 33605, with Rev. Bartholomew Banks, Sr., pastor, officiating. Eugene Mays was born on February 15, 1955, in Wadley, Georgia, to Annie Mae Newsome and James Stone. He was the youngest of seven. He accepted Christ as his personal Lord and Savior at an early age. He was baptized under the pastorship of Reverend J. W. Frison at First Baptist Missionary Baptist Church, Winter Haven, FL, where he was an active member. He was a graduate ofWinter Haven High School, class of 1973 He graduated from Miami Dade Community College, and in 1977, he graduated from Florida State University, Tallahassee,FL In 1984, he married the love of his life, Shelia Jennings and to this union one son was born Cory (deceased). He was employed with Mosiac Fertilizer and Phosphate Industry for thirty years, where he worked in several capacities retiring as supervisor in2009. He was an active member of St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church for 20 years, under the leadership of Reverend Dr. Bartholomew Banks. He served faithfully as Deacon; and Chairman of the Trustee Board for 10 years. He took great pride and joy in caring for his family and church. He was preceded in death by: his mother, Annie Mae Newsome; and father, James Stone; sisters, Gladys Ackerman; and brother, Joseph Sams, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memories: a devoted wife, Shelia; daughter, Katrina Gunter (Kenneth); grandsons, Jatavius Whitlow and Kenneth Gunter; sister, Ernestine Gates (Walter) of Winter Haven, FL; brothers, Wilbur Newsome (Brenda), Lakeland, George Newsome (Linda), Lakeland, and Delton Newsome (Ruth), Ft. Lauderdale, FL; mother-in-law, Eunice Jennings, Bartow; sisters-in-law, Barbara Davis, Lakeland, Gwendolyn Baker, Bartow, and Jacqueline Jennings, Bartow; brother-in-law, Harold Jennings (Mary); and godchildren, Joshua Johnson, Joia Johnson and Riley Johnson. He also leaves to cherish his memories: many nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins and a host of sorrowing friends. The wake will be held Friday, December 9, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. at First Missionary Baptist Church, 200 Avenue R N. W., Winter Haven, FL, Rev. Clifton E. Dollison, pastor. Homegoing services for Mr. Howard Carnegie, who passed away on November 30, 2011, will be held Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 1 p. m. at New Smyrna Full Gospel Church, 5015 N. 17th St., Tampa, 33610, with the pastor, Bishop W. L Lee, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Howard Carnegie was hom in Gulf Hammock, FL, and moved to Tampa at an early age. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and was employed with the City of Tampa for 27 years. He also was employed with Tropicana in the City of Bradenton for 15 years. Howard was preceded in death by: his mother and father, Laura Presley and Howard Presley; uncle, Robert Carnegie; 2 sisters, Diane Anderson and Dolores Webb, and a brother, Gregory Presley. Mr. Howard Carnegie leaves to cherish fond memories: sisters, Sandra Davis and Linda Presley Newsome (Lee); brothers, Gary Presley, Daniel Presley, Derrick Presley and Bruce Sheffield; nieces and nephews, Joe Webb, Kevin Webb, Michael Presley, Gary Presley (Kim), Derrika Presley, Adrian Philon, Lavari Presley, Tavaris Presley, Devon Presley, Darrica Ridley, Ashley Presley, De'Andre Presley, Charlie Hammond and Cynthia Graham; step-children, Lorraine Comer, Alice Green, William Sessions, Evelyn Green and Aeronica Beal; cousins, Alice Mae Rutledge, Lydia Rutledge, Alesia Rutledge, Cheryl Singleton, Shirley Manigo, Franklin Schuler (Shirley), Carolyn Jones, Patronell Jones, Vanesther Jones, Ronnie Taylor, David Jones, Julia Worlds, Lauren Jones, Traci Price, Tamisha Worlds, Joyce Mathurin, Betty Hammond, Roscoe Calhoun, Sam Austin, Linda Simmons an d Nick Kelso; and the City of Tampa Parks and Recreation Department and Daisy Sessions. The viewing for Mr. Howard Carnegie will begin at 5 p. m.,. Friday at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. The family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing service on Saturday are asked to assemble at the church at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL Mrs. Janice Marie Davis of 7119 Kingsbury Circle, Tampa, passed away Monday, December 5, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 2 p. m. at New Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 3201 East Lake Avenue, with Rev. H. L. Daniels, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Davis was a native of Tampa, and a lifelong resident. She attended Leto High School in Tampa, and was a member of New Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. She was employed as a customer service representative at Verizon Communications of Florida. She leaves to cherish her memory: a devoted husband of 35 years, W10Ston Davis; loving parents, Johnnie B. and Cassie Mae Jones; mother-in-law, Josephine Davis; three loving children, Ashanda (Dereck) Jackson, Sonia Davis (Omar), and Cedric Davis (Angela); grandchildren, Dericka Jackson, Ulysseia Brown and Jamall Jackson; siblings, Barbara Jones Westry, Patricia Jones, Yolanda (Oliver) Parsons and Regina Jones, all of Tampa, Johnny (Sharon) Jones of Dallas, TX, and Terrell Jones of Tampa; aunts and uncles, Carrie Bell Peterson of Altamonte, FL, Eddie W. Canady (Ollie) of Atlanta, GA, Homer Jones, Robert Jones and Jimmy Lee Jones, all of Tampa, Roosevelt Jones of Texas, Eddie B. Jones and Diane Jones, both of Tampa, Ceo Ia Jones of New Orleans, Betty Smith (Gary) of Tampa, and Lillie Gaither of Texas; nieces and nephews, David McCauley, Oscar McCauley, Willie Johnson, Travis Jones, Solita Jones, Antinette Evans, Jasmine Jones, Angel Jones, Jamal Jones, Johnny Jones, Jordan Jones, Yumeka Allen, Sabrina Andrews, Mario Andrews, Tiffany Williams, Quenton Johnson and Terricka Johnson; two sisters-in-law, Jackie Stephenson and Ruby Gail Johnson, both of Tampa; and a host of other relatives and friends, especially best friends, Gladys and Debra, both of Tampa. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 9, 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 Tampq, FL 8"13. 251.4912 ...................... MR. MCKENZIE HAWKINS, JR. 'MAC' Mr. McKenzie Hawkins, Jr. ("Mac") of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, November 30, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens, 4025 West Palmetto Street, with Rev. A. W. Greene, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. McKenzie graduated from Jefferson High School, class of 1981. He attended Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia. He was currently employed by Cha-Cha Coconuts. He was preceded in death by: his father and mother, McKenzie (Helen) Hawkins, Sr.; sister, A.nnie L. Hawkins-Simpson; godsister, Rosalyn Walton; and stepson, Marc Strode. He leaves behind: significant other, Kellye Strode; mothers of his children, Glenda Perry and Linda Gibson-Young (John); children, Valencia Hawkins, McKenzie Hawkins, III, Markesha Hawkins, and Clarence Sampson; grandchildren, Rakim, Quentin, LaMarta and Brianna; stepchildren, Tiquila, Courtney and Calisse; siblings, Sandra Wtlliams (Curtis), Delores Wilson (Robert), and Rita Forrest (Gregory, Sr.); nephews, Dan Anderson, Jr. (Areatha), Bernard Anthony, Jr., Johnny Mack (Jessycah), Gregory Forrest, Jr., and Xavier Wilson; nieces, Johwani Williams (Tim), Yvonne Hodges, Katrina Thompson (Randy), and Donisha Watts; uncles, Deacon Frank Harper, Jr. (Vera), Preston Hawkins and Fred Harris; aunts, Dorothy Hawkins, Juanita Jones (Rev. James), and Annie McKenzie (Robert); a devoted cousin, Soney Hunter; and a host of cousins, family, and friends; and longtime friends, Reginald Williams, Charlie Sampson, and Dan Anderson, Sr. The remains will ;-epose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 9 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM EDDIE THOMPSON, JR. 12-1993 Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal. Love always, mother, Martha Thompson and family. Ms. Shirley Ann Johnson of Tampa, passed away Saturday, November 26, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Quantai Washington, officiating. Ms. Shirley Ann Johnson was a native of Mississippi, and a resident of Tampa for 38 years. She was employed as a presser at McNatt Cleaners. Ms. Johnson was preceded in death by: her mother, Aldean Camble; sister, Annette Camhie; son, James Lamar Camble; and great grandmother, "T1 Momma "T". b She leaves to cherish her ::::tJ memory: 2 sons, Fredrick John-C son, Sr. and Andre Johnson, Sr. )> (Sherelle); daughter, Gwen-CJ) dolyn Johnson; 10 grandchil-m dren, Kentwonn Mention, z Fredrick Johnson, Jr., Xavier :::! Johnson, Demarcus Johnson, z Torrey Damen, Jr., Nikita m Damen, Andre Johnson, Jr., I Andrelle Johnson, El'dre John-m son, and Andrea Johnson; C: brother, Johnny Cambel; 2 J= nieces, Samora Camble and m Tiawanna Camble; godsister, :::! Cynthia Murray; best friend, Z Shirley Anderson; extended "tJ family, Torrey Damen, Sr., C: Andre Belton, Nicole Anderson-I:D Baker and Nakia Anderson; and I a host of other relatives and en friends. ::::t The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 9, m 2011, at Ray Wtlliams Funeral < Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. m Arrangements entrusted to ::0 RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL -< HOME, Rhodes & Northern, -1 Owners. www.raywilliamsfu-C: neralhome.oom. rn PRECIOUS MEMORIES SHARON SLAYMON DIGGS Sunset: 12-11-aooa Death Is a pteway we all must pass through. A place of no suffering, nor tears. Time is not counted by days, months or years. Unending joys I, patiently wait on death's other side. 'we miss and love you. Gregg, Geneva, Carl and the entire fumily. c )> z c ., ::0 c

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MR. JAMES CHARLES MURRAY Mr. James Charles Murray of Tampa, passed away Sunday, December 4, 2011. A celebration of life and homegoing service will be conducted Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor T. D. Leonard officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. James Charles Murray was born in Tampa, and was a resident of Tampa for over 6o C years. He attended the HillsborO: ough County Public School SysLl. tern where math was his special 0 subject. z James was a loyal member of <( the U.S. Army, and he took his > position seriously. <( He was affiliated with several 0 organizations. His employment en was as an Independent Service Provider, wherein James all-ways gave more than he re> ceived. a: Mr. James Charles Murray W was a kind, loving, and most of > all, generous man. He will, inW deed, be missed! 0 He was preceded in death by: his father, John Murray; granden mothers, Sarah Rivers and ::J Maelizer Murray; grandfathers, D Griffin Redding and John Murray, Sr.; aunts, Annie V. Reda. ding, Henrietta Redding and z Lela Mae; and cousins, Sharon Tolliver and Derrick Law. w He leaves to cherish his ..J memories: three daughters, S Zatalya, Xenia and Tashana; m two sons, Jared and Jacob; ..J mother, Mamie Murray, sister, W Charlotte Murray; brother, z John Murray, Jr. and wife, Rose Murray; grandson and grandz daughter; aunts, Emridge W Streeter, Ethel Tolliver and busen band, Charles Tolliver, and <( Rose devoted friends, 0 Marguente Haywood and i: Michalyn Haywood; cousins, 0 Sarah Hodge, Charles Tolliver, ..J Jr., and Donnell Law; niece, L1. Tequilla Murray; nephew, An-drea Murray; and a host of other relatives and friends, including Kinmen Hodge and TerrikaLaw. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 9, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com Mr. Carter E Reed, Jr. of 2112 State Street, Tampa, passed away Friday, December 2, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Highland Avenue Church of Christ, 2800 North Highland Avenue, with Pastor Joe Lowe, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Reed was a native of Hillsborough County and a resident of Tampa for 29 years. He attended the schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Blake High School. He was preceded in death by: his father, Carter Reed, Sr.; grandmother, Louise Reed; grandfather, Charlie Vernon, Sr.; and uncles, Derwin Vernon and Michael Reed. He leaves to cheris h his memory: his loving mother, Darlene Reed; sister, Erika Carter and husband, William, III; Kayla and Kyla; nephew, William, IV; grandmother, Bertha Vernon; aunts, Alveda Vernon, Mamie Igles (Rudene), Mattie Richardson, Janie Archie (Clarence), Pastor Lena Boy d (Jerry) and Diane Ree d ; uncles, Charlie V ernon, Jr. and Len Ve.rnon ( Tonyua); great uncle, Donnie Paul Hicks; a dear friend, Danielle Walker; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 9 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Also, on Friday, December 9, 2011 there will be a candlelight vigil at 2112 State St. at 8 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. LARCENIA B. BROXTON The family of the late Larcenia B. Broxton wishes to express sincere appreciation for the many acts of kindness, words of comfort, flowers and messages of sympathy during our recent loss of our loved one. The Broxton and Kinsey families. Homegoing service for Mr. Carter E. Reed, Jr., of Tampa, who passed away Friday, December 2, 2011, will be held Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Highland Avenue Church of Christ, 2800 N. Highland Avenue, with Pastor Joe Lowe officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Reed was a native of Hillsborough County and a resident of Tampa for 29 years. He attended and graduated from Blake High School. He was preceded in death by: his father, Carter Reed, Sr.; grandmother, Louise Reed; grandfather, Charlie Vernon, Sr.; and uncles, Derwin Vernon and Michael Reed. He leaves to cherish his memory: his dedicated, devoted, and loving wife, Mrs. Derraka K. Reed; mother, Darlene R eed; mother-in-law, Rene (Dasril) Panko; grandmother, Bertha sister; brotherin-law, Wtlliam Carter; sisterin-law, Aesha (Robert) Bailey; brother-in-law, DeShawn (Melissa) Brown; godson, Issac Jacob, Jr.; aunts, Mamie (Rudene) Igles, Alveda Vernon, Mattie Richardson, Janie (Clarence) Archie, Lena (Jerry) Boyd and Diane Reed; uncles, Charlie Vernon, Jr. and Len (Tonyua) Vernon; 2 nieces and 1 nephew; great uncle, Donnie Paul Hicks; a special cousin, Marvanette Thompson; close friends, Dunk, Chuck, Ike, Toot, D. T., Dre, Bob and Lo; and a host of other relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 9 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Rhodes & Northern Owners. www.raywimamsfuneralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM DANIEL ANDRE BOYD We miss your spirit and your presence. But, your smile will forever be in our hearts. Happy holidays in heaven. From: mom, Robenia; sis, Josie; fantlly and friends. REV. ISAIAH BAilY, SR. Homegoing celebration for Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Sunday, December 3, 2011, will be held Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of Progress Village, 8722 Progress Boulevard, !fampa, 33619 with Dr. Samuel Maxwell, Sr., Teaching Pastor, officiating. Interment will be made on Monday, December 12, 2011, at 11:30 a. m. at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. He was preceded in death by: his loving and devoted wife, Barbara C. Baity; parents, Annie Bell Baity and Ralph Baity; son, Horace Baity; sisters and brothers, Mattie Mae Jones, Ruth Wtlliamson, Rena Allen and Reverend Ballom Baity; grandchildren, Dwayne Cummings and Jaleona Holmes; and sisterin-law, Wanda Mayweather. He leaves fond memories with: his children, Pansy BaityPatterson (Freddie); Jackie Baity-Morris (Johnny), Isaiah Baity, Jr. (Susan), Marvin Baity (Angela), Darlene Carter (ErneSt), Vernon Baity and Barbara Baity; grandchildren, Helena Baity, Lazandious Randall (Donna), Tira Baity, LaRhonda Hodgins (Paul), La"fasha Baity, Jeannette Baity, Isaiah Baity, ill, Donovan Carter, Chaz Carter, Marvin Baity, Jr., Dante Carter, Darnesha Carter and Asha Baity; sister, Marie Beard; daughter-in-law, Barbara Baity; grandson-in-law, .T'unmy Holmes; sisters and brothersin-law, Betty Partin Ralph Wtlliams (Barbara), Ralph Williams (Lillian), Elouise Wtlliams and Dolly Lu Beatty; caretakers, Fran Alexander and Shernette McNeal; a host of nieces, nephews and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Rev. Baity was born in Palmetto, FL, and was a long time resident of the Tampa Bay area. He attended the public school system in Manatee County and graduated from the Baptist Fellowship Center. He was an Associate Pastor as well as a devoted member of the Male Chorus and Number 1 Choir of First Baptist Church of Progress Village and House of Prayer. Rev. Baity was a veteran of the United States Navy. He was a Military Police Officer and State Side Boxing champion in the Navy. He also originated the Police Athletic League (PAL), which taught boxing, baseball and football. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m., Friday, December 9, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wiJsop-funeralbome.com MRS. ANNA LEBERDA BANKSWILKINSON Mrs. Anna LeBerda BanksWilkinson went home 'to be with Our Savior on Wednesday, November 30, 2011, peacefully at her home surrounded by her loved ones. Dr. Jeffery L. Singletary, her pastor, will be officiating the homegoing celebration on Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, 2923 N. Tampa Street, Tampa. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Anna L. Banks-Wilkinson was a native of Tampa. She attended the public Schools of Hillsborough County. "Miss Anna," as she was lovingly called, graduated from Plant High School in Tampa, in 1984. She was a pillar and Charter Member of Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, where she ministered and worked in administration for over 15 years. She was an active participant in many ministries such as Students, Women's Preschool and Children, Mass Choir and Praise Team, Hands of Faith, a cancer suppoi1: istry she and her husband initiated at Central, and others. She also facilitated many other ministries and special events throughout her years of service at Idlewild Baptist Church and at Central. Anna's motto was, "Together with Christ we can make a difference." She lived by these words and touched the lives of so many with her courageous, sweet and gentle spirit. She will be dearly missed. Anna was born September 15, 1966, in Tampa. She was preceded in death by her mother, Dorothy Mae Robinson. She leaves: her loving soul mate and husband, Deacon Gary Wtlkinson; her 2 devoted daughters, Alicia and Jalisa Wtlkinson; siblings, Oscar Baker (Margaret), Clyde Darnell (Sylvia), Terry Darnell (Queen), Linda Darnell Cook (Lee), Larry Darnell and Jerry Darnell; godchildren, Ciara Burns, Devon Jackson, Chasney Dexter, DJ Ward, Jordan Ward, DeAna Ward, Azaria Harvey and Kalyce Williams; many more adopted godchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends to cherish precious memories of her. There will be a viewing at Wtlson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605, on Friday, December 9, 2011, from 5-9 p.m. Repast after the interment on Saturday for family and friends will be held in the Fellowship Hall at Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wiJsoo-funeralhome.com

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'T1 Funerals/Memoriams :rJ MR. JOHN LEE CLARK, SR. Hmpegoing celebration for Mr. John Lee Clark, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Thursday, December 1, 2011, will be held Saturday, December 10, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church, 3 729 N. 15th Street, Tampa, 33610, with the Pastor, Reverend Terry R. Mallory, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Clark was born January 28, 1939, to the late Mattie Bell and JC Clark of Georgia. John lived his life the best way he could. He never had enemies nor did he step on anyone. John was a supervisor at the University of South Florida and never missed a single day of work in 33 years. He was a devoted Neighborhood Watch member in Lucy Dell. He went past the call of duty, putting in many hours making sure his neighborhood was safe. He leaves to cherish memories of him: wife, Emma Jean Clark; children, Barbara Thomas and husband, Lawrence, John Lee Clark, Jr., Angela Grier and husband, James, Michael Clark and wife, LJ,Itreya, and Ronnie Clark; gr.indchildren, Rolshawn Grier, Marlo Grier and wife, Enid, Justin Grier, Lawrence Thomas and wife, April, Tonya Thomas, Brittany Thomas, Melviyana Patton, Michael Clark, Jr., Marquis Clark, Mya Clark, Malia Clark, Dominique Clark, Shannon Clark, Jessica Clark and Jennifer. Clark; sisters and brothers, Jannie Ray, Mattie Royal, Fannie Davis and husband, James, Annie Gatson and husband, Robert, Dorothy Gatson and husband, Rubye Smith and husband, Lamar, Willie Clark, and Calvin Clark and wife, Claudia; sisters and brothers-in-law, Mattie Mae Thomas and husband, Steve, Annie Mae Johnson and husband, Lieutenant, and Helen Lewis and Jessie Lewis; and a host of great grandchildren; aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m., Friday, December 9, 2011 at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE www.wilson-funeralhome.com / \ DEACON LEONARD P. SCOTT, SR. Homegoing celebration for Deacon Leonard P. Scott, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away Saturday, December 3, 2011, will be held Saturday, December 10 2011 at 11:00 a. m. at First Baptist Church of West Tampa, 1302 N. Willow Avenue, Tampa, 33607, with the Pastor, Reverend Rayford Harper, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Deacon Scott was born in Tampa, on June 12, 1924. H e was one of 16 children born to the late Amos and Christine Scott. He was educated in the public schools of Hillsborough County. Deacon Scott was a dedicated employee for Gaylord Container I Crown Zellerbach for over 40 years. Mr. Scott was married to the late Doris Howard and they had one son, Leonard, Jr. He later married the late Elois (Doll) Scott in 1952. He was a born again Christian and lived a Godly life, setting an example for family and friends to follow. Deacon Scott served on the Deacon Board, for over 50 years of his beloved church, First Baptist Church of West Tampa. Deacon Scott departed this life Saturday, December 3, 2011, after a prolonged illness in Ruby's Residential Care ( 9 years), and Excel Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (18 months), where he received excellent care in both facilities. Deacon Scott leaves to cherish memories of him: son, Leonard P. Scott, Jr. and wife, Mattie of Atlanta, GA; granddaughter, Lisa Miles and husband, Kenneth of Atlanta, GA; grandson, Leonard P. Scott, III and wife, Christina of Atlanta, GA; two great grandsons, Caleb Scott and Timothy Scott of Atlanta, GA; four sisters, Lorene Hayes of Detroit, MI, Juanita Sails and Josephine Royal, both of Tampa, and Cora Archie (Douglas); three brothers, Nathaniel Scott (Aritha), John Henry Scott (Voncell) and Bernard Scott (Anita); goddaughter, Phyllis Dixon; and a host of other relatives and friends. There will be viewing from s-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 7-8 p. m., Friday, December 9 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com Standard (8.5x11) Programs $0.80 each Legal Size (8.5x14) Programs $1.00 each Prayer Cards Bookmarb DVD/SIIdeshow VIdeos 813A11.7118 OURHEART DEACON FREDDIE J. BRINSON, SR. A year ago today, God called you on your way. Sometimes fond memories are still clouded by pain after we've done all that we can, and then we hear echoes of your voice saying, "Trus t in the Lord and do not doubt," so we just stand, in the legacy of your faith, and the mercy of God's grace. And through it all we press on in God's service whether sunshine or rain, so that one day we will all meet again. Until then, we find great comfort in knowing that it is better to be, "Absent from the body and to be present with the Lord." II CORINTHIANS 5:8. In loving memory from: your devoted wife, Mrs. Irene Brinson; your grateful children, Dr. Sabrina A. Brinson and Mr. Freddie Brinson, Jr. (Jencey); and your adoring grandchildren, ShaVonne, Freddie, III, and ShaTayshia. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM TYEKIA RUSSELL Happy birthday to our Queen. We love you and miss you every second of the day. You will always be in our hearts. Love: Leona, June, Juhoe, Shantia, Chico, Keisha, Tolu, Ced, Sheila, Nann, Tara and great grandma, Inez. MICHAEL D. 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,-r-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------,_ Memoriams ffi IN MEMORY OF BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM m :E w (.) w c < c a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w :::::1 .... > a: w > w c w :I: en :::i m :::::1 Q. z i= w -l -l :::::1 m -l w z i= z w en < c a: 0 -l LL w MOZELLA WALKER August 1, 1933 -December 6, 2008 Children: Carolyn Barton, Andre, Terri, Kim and Byron Walker, grands, great grands, family and IN MEMORIAM ERICA RICHARDSON October 13, 1964 -December 8, 1997 You have been gone from our midst for 13 years. Your memory lives as long as we live. Lovingly remembered: your mom, dad, brothers, entire family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JOSEPH (JODY) WASHINGTON December 8, 1946 -April9, 2010 Happy birthday Sweetheart. Time has flown by, but you are still in our hearts. We will never forget you. God knows best, we love and miss you, we will meet again. Your wife (Lelia), Daughter (Toneka) and grands. ALFRED BARTON, JR. February 27, 1951 -December 7, 2005 Wife, Carolyn Barton; mother, Josephine Barton; sister, Debra Jackson; brother, Eddie Gray; family and friends. Thinking of you at Christmas. We love and miss you. You are forever in our hearts. MRS. MI'I"I'IE TABOR 1909-2003 We love you and we miss you very much. Your daughters, Maurice Green, Theresa Delaney, Lois Leek and Beatrice Rodriguez. IN MEMORIAM MR. MARVIN MCKINLEY WARREN We Jove you and miss you. Love DeDe, Don CHERYL DENISE DAVIS-WHITEHEAD FER.RELL Sunrise: 12/11/1957 Sunset: 7/30/2008 Happy birthday Cheryl. You are always on our minds and forever in our hearts. Neither death, nor life shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus. We shall always "love" you but, God "loved" you best. Our hopes will live, but our dreams shall never die. Love, family and friends. PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF ARTHUR 'SKIP' BROWN 8/13/49-12./9/00 You left us with beautiful memories that will never fade away. Your love, strength and wisdom in our hearts will forever stay. We love and miss you, Linda, Shaundra, Nicole and Danyel. IN MEMORY OF ST. CLAIR LUCAS, JR. May 17, 1944-December 9, 2010 Our hearts stopped beating when yours did. Our world came crashing all around us, our tears wouldn't stop flowing. It's so bard to believe it's been a year since God called you home to walk around heaven. You are so deeply missed and one unforgettable dad, and will always be in our hearts. Love: Nevela, Sberreane, Cedric, Romekia Pooh, Que, Syrlab, Damelie, Calvin, Randy, Sberreana and Ellab.

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Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS DAVID THOMAS The family of David Thomas would like to thank each of you for your kindness during our time of bereavement. Your prayers, food, flowers and love were greatly appreciated. We give special thanks to: Rev. Laurise Hamilton, Hanani M. B. Church and Wilson Funeral Home. God bless you all. The family. CARD OF THANKS SUSIE HICKS Our deepest gratitude is extended to each of you who have extended acts of kindness during our time of sorrow. Your kind expressions of sympathy, prayers and cards were comforting. A special thank you to: Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church, Melech Hospice House -Blue Team, Brandon Regional Intensive Care Unit Nurses, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and Ray Williams Funeral Home. The Hicks family. IN MEMORIAM MRS. BEATRICE T. OLIVER (1915-2010) It has been one year since God called you home. We think about you every day, that little cute smile, a funny "old-fashioned" saying, or that contagious laugh rings in our heads and hearts When your roses bloom, w e think of you; and whe n the g entle breeze blows across our f aces, we think of you. It i s not fo r u s t o usk why, but to simply trus t in God and stund on His word. "He loved you best. Love always your fumily. 'TI Crime :!:! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------10 Teenager Sentenced To 15 Years Suspect Charged With For Parking Garage Anack Hining Man With Handgun On W e dn e sday, a judge sentenced a te e na g er, Javon Cooper, 18, to 15 years in prison followed b y 10 y ears of prob a tion for th e Aug ust 2009 Ybor City parking garag e attack of a wom an. Cooper h a d ple aded guilty to the charge. Cooper was 16 years old when he reportedl y grabbed a woman from behind and choked her in the Fernando Noriega Parking Garage on 13th Street. Police said the woman passed out from the attack, and when she regained conscious ness, she saw Cooper running awa y and realized her pants and underwear had been re moved. The victim was bleeding from cuts and her e y es were swollen wh e n p o lic e arrived a t th e sc e ne. JAVON COOPER Cooper pled guilty to charges of attempted first-de gree murder, aggravated bat tery with great bodily harm, and attempted sexual battery with force. Judge Chet Tharpe re portedly said if Cooper had gone to trial and been con vict e d th e sent e nc e would have b ee n muc h h a r s h er. Buccaneer Running Back Accused Of leading Assault Whe n running bac k LeGarrett Blount went u n dra ft e d everyo n e point ed t o hi s s e nio r yea r a t th e Univer s ity of Or e gon a nd th e incide nt that cost him almo s t his entir e senior y ear Accused of h a ving anger is sues, now Blount is in th e spotlight again this time ac cused of leading an assault in a parking lot. On September nth, a Buc caneer fan said he was as saulted by two men in a parking lot, and Blount was the leader of the assault as he directed he two men. Blount was never charged in the incident and was accused of any direct violence. It was also reported that Blount re fused to cooperate with the in vestigation. According to Blount's at torney, when the victim found out who Blount was, his attor ney called the Bucs and asked for $95,000 in compensation, and also warned that if that was not going to happen the attorney would go public. The request was r ejected. According to a report the incident began when Gary Holmer, 34 and his girl friend Emily Buethe, 29 drove their pickup truck into the Visconti at International Drive Apartment s Th e y wer e returning from the Bucs game LEGARRETT BWUNT against the Detroit Lions. Their pickup hit the mirror of an Expedition next to where Blount and two men were standing. Holmer told police he did not want to stop next to the Expedition because his pickup would block traffic. He pulled around a corner stopped and rolled down his window. Holmer said the Expedi tion caine around the corner and cut him off Three men got out and one of them reached in and punched him several times. He also said a second man jumped onto the hood o f hi s truck and onto his wind s hi e ld shattering th e gla s s. Holmer s aid a third man w as the lead e r and dir ected the act i ons of the oth e r two H e did not know at that tim e that the thir d man was Blount. Polic e did not purs u e charg e s at Holmer' s requ es t Uncle Sandy says ... How iong does it take 2, 5 8 11 to destroy everything 14 18 22 25 you ve worke d so hard for 29, 3 3, 3 7 39 and s acrificed ev e r y thing to hav e ? 43, 48 50 53 The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office reports that on October 1, 2011, Kevin Riddick, so struck Darius Muldrow, 31, in the face with a handgun. According to the report, Riddick and Muldrow were together at a nightclub before the incident, and on the way home they got into an argu ment. Both men got out of Muldrow's vehicle and that's when Riddick hit Muldrow in the face with the handgun, breaking 4 of his teeth, his nose, and knocking him out. Muldrow was later treated for his injuries. Detectives said Riddick couldn t be located following KEVIN RIDDICK the incident, but he turned himself in at the Orient Road Jail Tuesday and was charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. He posted the $7,500 bail and was released. Second Arrest Made In Double Shooting m s: OJ m :::D 'TI r-0 :::D c )> CJ) m ABEL DIMAS JAVIER CASTILW IARONIA BOWERS ... .. charged in the .... charged in the ..... shot to death in z shooting. shooting. her home. m On N o v ember 12, 2011 at pants Abel Dimas, 18 was r-8:49 a m., Plant City Police arrested and charged with sec-OJ wer e called to 802 East Laura ond-degree. murder at-? Street on a report of a shooting tempted second-degree r-When police arrived, they murder. !!I found 51-year-old Laronia On Tuesday, palice arrested z Bowers dead, and 59-year-old a second person in connection ""0 Edward Mincey wounded with the shootings. He was C: Police later said the shootings identified as 16-year-old were the result of a drug deal Javier Edgardo Castillo. He (;; that went bad. was also charged with second ::1: Within minutes of the degree murder and attempted shooting, an officer spotted a second degree murder and m vehicle that matched the detransported to the Juvenile As-< scription of a vehicle seen leavsessment Center. ing the home after the Police said the investigation < shooting. The vehicle was into the shootings is ongoing. -1 stopped and one of the occu-5i WARREN DAWSON 1481 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ava. & scott St .. .. c 11! ng O f .11.11', 1(''' J" Clf ':'t 'C' d < .. l "t'''': :::Sc'0'C 0u Jc .1 ... .. -. :.: .. :!c" "'C"".1: ,, .i ; ... 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY,DECEMBER9,2011 B Th e Bay City Elks and T e mpl e h e ld its Purpl e and Whit e B all, D a n ci ng W ith E l eg an ce, a t th e D o ubl eTree Hot el. T h e g u es t s p ea k e r was Rev. Dr. Charles McKenzie. Ann Jenkins was th e c h a irp e r so n Chairpe r son Ann J enkins, standing, with h e r daughte 1 S t arr Hall. Rae Jackson and L o u Al y c e D ean, Sta t e President. Margar e t Butle r l eft, with the guest speaker a n d wife, Rev. and M r s Charles McKenzie. Among those in att enda nce w e r e f r o m left, Mr. a n d M rs. Michael Ki n g and Mr. a n d M r s M i c hael Reeves. Guest s wet e Willie C Robinso n Cynthia Bowden and Xsu c Cain Gloria Robinson and Martha Maner, District Deputy. Isaac Ande r son, king and Charne ll Williams Mr. and Mrs . James Dukes. Patricia Pitt, queen with Johnnie Campbe ll Fl"llltk Shields and Dr. Barbara S hields were amon g the g uests. Exalted Ruler, Elgin Franklin with Mae Butler and Alvin Washington, District Deputy. From left, Jesse and Elder Michelle B. Patty, Audrey Colston and Barbara Adkins. From left, E u n ice B utts, Dau ghter Ruler Liz Belton and G lori a Sylvester Mary, Oliver Mayo and Glori a Robinson. Sylvin S mith-.Johnson Lenora Hankerson, Gladys Whaley, Cythia B r a d y n n d Mitm tdn W heatley were a mong those who nttcnded the Dancing Witlt Elegance Purpl e nnd White Ball.

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a: w m :::= w 0 w c MotivationaiSpeaker Has Radio Show c BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer ii: Donald L. Dowridge, u. Jr., a motivational speaking guru, seldom has any spare time these days. Even while nursing a painful leg injury, heis still appearing at area churches, and will be portraying Frederick Douglass at a Mennonite Church this weekend. What Dowridge is most proud of is his opportunity to be heard on the radio. Dowridge is the host of a 30 minute, bi-weekly radio show he does from his phoneiJ and als.o has a host who asks him questions. The show is broadcast at www.Ashford Publishing Radio.com "After the first s how I got signed to do six more. And now I have only one left. Now, they want to sign me up for 5 more shows. "I enjoy talking directly to people and having them callin." Dowridge recently broad cast a saluting veterans show that ended up being about an assortment of things, including abuse. I try updating my flyers every two weeks to keep the information fresh so everyone will know where I am and what I'm doing. "I really feel blessed to be able to share my experiences DONALD DOWRIDGE with so man y so I can g uide them in a more productive direction No one knows b e tter than those of us who have actually been there, so when I talk, I talk from expe rience. Dowridge has spoken at schools, churches, and before groups that years ago wouldnit have allowed him through the door. Now, those same people are requesting him to speak, and referring him to others. Dowridge said if he can have an impact on just one life, it means a lot. "If I can impact one per son I want to take that person and help them to be a voice so they can make a dif ference." Modeling School Announces 'Open House' BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Many know Darryl Wilborn as a basketball coach and the basketball camps he hosted during the summer for youths from all over the city. Few know that for the past six years, Wilborn has been involved in the fashion busi ness. In October he opened the doors to Wilborn's Fashion and Dance Studio on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, and says they are still registering for mod els 7 to 16 years of age. On December 17th, End OIYear Celebration Planned Members of the Hillsborough County Public Schools District, Office Of Supplier Diversity, and the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their "End Of The Year Celebration." The event, which will include lunch and networking, will take place on Wednesday, December 14th, at the Office of Supplier Diversity4901 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Anyone wishing to attend must RSVP to A. C. Thomas at (813) 6351243 or at alalia.thomas @sdhc.k12.fl.us by Friday, December 9th. Wilborn' s Fashion and Dance Studio will be holding an open house that will begin at 4 p. m. We've been up and running for two months, and registration is going well," said Wilborn. "We still want to reach out to the community, and we have plans to do other things to bring people in to see what we re offering. Wilborn bas hired anoth-er instructor, Tabhha Hood, and is happy to bring someone aboard with her expertise and professional ism. Ms. Hood said she's been involved in the modeling industry her entire "I've done a lot of shows and traveled all over the country," said Ms. Hood. "I've always modeled, but now I'm an instructor, and I find myself sharing my expe rience with them and giving them tips on what to do." Ms. Hood said she instructs the potential mod els on etiquette, how to walk, how to photograph well, and g enerally how to conduct themselves as ladies. It's a process and you have to be very patient." Wilborn said he wants aspiring models to know that it's possible to be an athlete and a model. "There's nothing wrong with being athletic and lad y like. For more information about the open bouse, call (813) 562-6089, or (813) 391-0593

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ANTONIA STEW ART, DUKE And TRADIA Love, mom (Tradia), and dad, (Duke). Happv Birthdav On Dec. 9th, God sent me an angel and words can't explain what she means to me, 'ca use to know her is to love her. But, to miss out on her is your loss 'ca use she's the blessing from all of my lessons. Happy 3rd birthday, Dariy! Love, mommy. Happv Blnhdav, Ronnie RONNIE L. BROUGI:ITON, JR., a.k.a., BOO We all love you and miss you. From: dad, Ronnie; mom, Kat; sister, Jessica; kids, Grandmom Uzzle,. Ruby, Joann, Earl, Lisa, Lashan, Suaan, Clinton, Eric, Robert., Jack, Charles, Louis, Regina, Ui Charlie, Evan, Tina and family. DARIYON Happy 3rd birthday Dariy. We love y ou a nd we're ble sse d to have you in our life. Enjo y your day. Love, grandma (Tant), 24), famil y a nd s tars. BUBBA Happy birthday Bubba, we are so proud of y ou. Keep up the good work. We love you and miss you and can't wait until you re home. Love, your grandma and family. Not only are you our princess, but you're the best thing in our life Enjoy your day Bad Girl. Happ y birthday. Love, momm y (Nique) and daddy (Dip). I love 'You' I Do ... MYMY And CHARMAINE Happy 2nd birthda y to my "an gel. Mama loves you. "T1 r 0 ::::0 c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r m c r r m :::! z 'tl c m r c;; :::z:: m c m < m -f c m en c Happy Blnhdav To The Realist Jav Babv JAY BABY )> z c "T1 ::::0 c God blessed me to kno:w and find my true friends and family after six years. I've bad plenty to think about. And for the ones who wanted to see me gone, it ain't over, I'll J be home soon. Ci) With love, Jeremiah Waters, #485-44-018, F.C.I., P 0. m Box 1031, Coleman, FL, 33521.

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Birthda Greetin s! a; a: w m :: w (.) w c < c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w ::::::> 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :::i m ::::::> D.. z t= w ..J .J ::::::> m .J w z t= z w en < c a: 0 .J u. 1+1=2 i MYMY And BREEZV BREEZV And MYMY I plant ed" thi s seed" a nd it' s such a b l essi ng" watching you 'gr ow . Happ y 2nd birthday. L ove dadd y Happy Birthday 1YRONE LEROY BEALTS Happy birthd ay to Tyrone Bealts, who turne d 23. W e are so proud of you and what you re doing in life. Keep up the goo d work. We all love you and we hope you hav e many more birthdays May God bless you. Parent Tyrone Williams, Sr. Happy Birthday W e would like to wish our father, Mr. Andre Lowman a happy birthday. Love always, your kids: DomonicDominic, Demario, Chiwquita, Kiawania, Quayci, Andre, Jr. and Ke'Juan, and grandson, Dorian, Jr. I Happy Birthday I CARDOAnd TAREVA Took a w hile but we' re back. Happ y birthda y to the love of my l ife,. Cardo. CARDO And REVA From the Kkrunk Partys parti es to the Cclub dang B;1e, we re getting old. Happ y birthday, Love

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All About You! JJ DARIYON And DUNKA He adores hi s Dariy and s h e doesn't play 'bo ut her Dunka. So, on this s peci a l day he in s i s ted h e t ell hi s PIC, he lo ves h er. Happ y birthday, Dariy. Love, Dunka. Quarter 01 A Centurv REVAROZAY With the Lord's grace and mercy, I have made it gracefully to the age of 25. And as always, like a find wine, I get better with time! I am so blessed to be here!!! Happy birthday to mel TIFFANY NICOLE ALLEN Tiffany Nicole Allen will grad u ate f r o m th e University of South Florida with a Bachelor s degree in Communications. This i s your mom e nt to shine job well done. Tiffany, I a m so proud o f you. You ove r came many obstacles in your path but you n ever gave up. Keep God in your lif e for He will n eve r l eave you. Good job. Love, d a d Min. Eric Allen, Sr. MR. ANDREW LOWMAN Wishing the love of m y life Mr. Andre Lowman, a happy birthday. Words can never express the amount of love that I hold for you in my heart. You will always be my firsr first and true love I love you baby, always. Your wife, Felicia. ZARIA L. WASHINGTON H a pp y birthday, Princess. We would lik e to se nd a birthda y shout to our little angel on h e r day, December 10th. Love you : mommy, Toneka; grandma Leila; and sister, Erianna. Happy Binhdav NIKKI And JAY BOUG Nikki, the love of my life, I'm wishing you the best birthday and many more. Happy 23rd. From, Jay DOug and Romar. We love you. m (') m s: Ill m JJ ,!') I\) 0 .... ....

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All About You! 42nd Birthdav w m :E w (.) w c >=' <( c a: LL Mrs. Deina Penix's 42nd Jazzy Purple Birthday Party was cel ebrated with h er Diva Crew. c a: LL c z < c C/) w .... ii: w > w c w ::z:: en :::; m c.. z Iii ...J I Happy Birthday I I Happy Birthday I S SLEEP And REV A IXl REVAAndCARDO ...J w z Happy birthday, sis. 11uchlove,Sleep. Happy birthday, love. i= z w C/) < c Happv Binhdav a: 0 ..J LL 2BUBBA4 Happy 22nd birthday to my lil' brother, 2 Bubba 4 I love and m miss you so much. : They can't ho1d a gunna down for too long, hal (in 2bubba4 CJ voice). if Love, your sister. Johneather and the Gunna Fam. FRED 12/8 To see you smile, makes my day a little brighter. Happ y birthday. STRY CONNCT VISIT US ONLINE FLSENTINEL.COM FLSENTINELNOW .COM Happv Birthdav, It's Mv Birthdav, I Can Cry II I Want To MI'CHYRIA ARMONI JENRETTE Happ y birthda y "Baby Girl. Love, G-Ma Vita, aunties, Kayla, Re-Re and Lenay an d d a dd y TAREVA Happy birthday, Bae!!! FRED 12/8 I would like to send a very, very special birthday wish your way. I hope that you are blessed to see many, many more to come. Enjoy your weekend. TONY Happy birthday Tony! I miss and love you. See you soon! Love your bestie / right hand, Bree. 12/12 is your day!

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'TI why they had not had chil-}( Keeping with His promise God inform s Abram that he will have a son. God spea ks a multitude of blessings upon Abram. God is able to take you from nothing to much. God is not limited to your situation or circum stance a phase on the journey. It is not the end! living On The Promise This week's lesson recorded in Genesis 15:1-6; 12-18 provides readers with information that will help them through difficult and trying times. Abram had a unique relationship with God and blessed to have found favor with Him. Abram is not as old as he will become, but he is not a youngster either. This is im portant because of the nature of the information God is providing. Most people have difficulty living on the prom ises of God when they con sider the situations of life. This story will help every be liever. God first calms Abram's fears saying, Do not fear, I am your shield and your re ward (vs. 1). It is not stated what had Abram fearful. There may be some events or situations in your life that have you fearful or afraid as Abram. The comfort of the Lord is knowing that He is your shield and your reward. Being your shield, God will protect you, keep you, and watch over you. God has you covered on every side. As your reward, God is every thing you need. With God you do not need anyone or anything else. Abram takes advantage of the opportunity to remind God that he does not have an heir to his blessings (vv. 2, 3). During this time it was considered important to have a son who would inherit what the father acquired. Note Abram s words; "Lord you have not given me an heir." Abram realizes that even something as natural has having children are a blessing from God. He ac knowledges that God is the giver of life. As the children of God, it is necessary for us to remem ber that God is the giver of all blessings and life. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday -Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A ClnR'Ch Wbera The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost II In Full Control." God speaks blessings upon Abram and his off spring. This is a lot for Abram to live off of. No matter what He encounters in life, he still has the promise of God. This becomes the diffi culty of many people. God has already spoken the bless ings in your life. You already know what the end is going to be regardless of what hap pens. God not only informs Abram of the blessing that will come but He also fore warns him of the bad times. To hear that your children and offspring will be held in captivity for four hundred years is troubling. To hear that they will have to serve others and they will be mis treated will make you won der did I do the right thing by asking for them to be born. No matter what God has informed him about the bad, the bad still do not outweigh the good This is just a sea son of their life. This time is NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 The mes sage to the church is that it does not matter what happens on the journey, you want to see the fulfillment of the promise. Some people lose hope be cause of the discomfort, but you must maintain your faith. After all, Abram knew dren but in spite of that, he c believed God anyway Even m when what God says does not seem to align with what you S:: are seeing, trust God's word. God has made you a promise ::D and you can live on the promise. Do not fret because of what you see, trust God for :::: what you have heard Him say! We Live Here VSA Florida Collaborauve bhibidon we live Here' At USF VSA Florida, (VSAFL), the state organization on arts and disability, headquartered in the University of South Florida, College of Education, announced the opening of the exhibition WE LIVE HERE Dec. 16 from 10 to 11 a.m. in the Faculty Office Building. The exhibition can be viewed in the main lobby of the building as well as through some of the adjacent corridors through Mar. 1, 2012. Using VSA Start with the Arts modified curriculum, the Glazer's education staff taught art and literary activities engag ing children in expressing concepts, thoughts and feelings about the community in which they live. The organization's global, multicultural and multiethnic society offers many ways of increasing children's understanding of different viewpoints, ways of living and tolerance. This exhibition represents how the arts provide easy access to expanding children's views of where they live, and ulti mately the world. For more information please call (813) 974-0715 or email wfi.nklea@usf edu. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COUEGE HILL NEW FRENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 'TI r 0 ::D c )> en m z =! z m r tD c r r !!l z t 3838 N. 29th St. 33610 (813) ming Waship -"7:55 A.M. Sunday Mooling Waship :30A. M Mooling Worship :55 A.M. Wed. Family Nig,t 7 P .M. For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Visit our website at www.tbcch.org 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 Bille Class 4 :30 P .M ....... Evening Worship 5 P M l> Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bi:Jie Study 7 :30 P 7221 s. Shenill Pt Tanpa Florida 33616 (813) 839-5263

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0 Local a: w m :: w (.) w c c Council Of Catholic Women Celebrate Pink Weekend a: On October 9 and 10, 2011, the St. Peter claver Council of LL. Catholic Women celebrated Pink Weekend. Pink Weekend is to support those who are struggling with cancer and also cancer survivors Parishioners were asked to wear pink ribbons and dress in pink. Ulysses Brooks and Wilma Dale Brown dressed in Warren attended the Pink pink to attend the event. Weekend event. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Klltdand, 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 Suwer (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM-Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IORKLANO. Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order-On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Consignment Shop oners Something Special For Everv Woman BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Viveca Philon said grow ing up she had her sights set on being an actress and model. However she got married and started a family, and those plans never became a reality. Ms. Philon said sheis always wanted to be a business owner, but it wasnit until July of this year her vision would become a reality. Inspired by her pastor, D. L. Leonard of Tabernacle Of The Enlightened church of God, Ms. Philon has op e ned a consignment shop in the Palm Rive r Flea Market. She said it was her passion for clothing that sent her in this direction. I love working with women who are shopping and we bond very well A lot of women don it know how to put a wardrobe together and I really enjoy helping them coordinate different items into one great look. "I also make hats, handkerchiefs and other accessories. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p.m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILlAGE 8722 Progress BIW. Tampa. FL 33619 Church Offloe : (813) 677 -1948 Pastor s omce: (613) 672-0369 Academy Offloe : (613) an-5968 Fax : {813) 672-0514 E -Mail: fbcopvtampabay. rr com Sunday 9 :45 A M Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday -11 AM. Adult Wednesday 7 P .M. Youth/ Children 7:30P M .AdUt A Satelke Campus For Bible lnetitute "Growing The Ctuoh For Global Change' (Acta 1 :8, Rom. 1 :8, 1 Thes. 1 :8) VIVECA PHILON Ms. Philon said she has a large variety of women's clothing and accessories, and many of the items are donat ed "When I first opened, I started out with clothes I wasn't wearing. Now, I have newer clothing mixed in, and I expect the shop to grow along with the inventory." Ms. Philon said because her shop is in a flea market, she's worked very hard to make it unique. I designed my shop to look like a boutique. I take a lot of pride in what lim doing, and I expect to expand outside of the flea GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship8 A.M. Sunday School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship -10:50 A .M. Bible Study Wed. -7 P.M. THE PUBUC IS INVITED HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAP11ST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAll, Pastor SUnday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. SUI\Ciay School A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. market. "I owe a lot to my mother, Catherine Stevens, who ran the store for me when I first opened, and is still with me now." Ms. Philon said she does a lot of scouting for items she can use to enhance her shop, and she carries only items for women. "I get phone calls sometimes from women looking for certain items, and I wel come that. I'm really considering this weekend my offi cial grand opening, but when I opened the shop, I never had one. I'm going to have ladies modeling hats I've made and some of the fash ions." Ms. Philon's shop is located at the Palm River Flea Market, 7730 Palm River Road. The shop is opened from 10 a. m. until 6 p. m. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. On Sundays, the shop is open from 9 a.m. until3 p.m. Call Ms. Philon at (813) 380-3658 and inquire about some of the items she has in her shop. New Testament M. B. Cllll'ch Of Tbonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa FL 33592 986-3971 610-1252 Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 : 30A M Sun. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wed. N ight: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Ssvtng The Sinners And Educating The Believers" t can Do An Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. Phil 4 :13

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December Birthday Celebrants Happy birthday to the De cember celebrants: Harry Roberts, Sr. (mem.), Major Milligan, Pearl Jackson, Hattie Miller, Wayne E. Carter, Robin Parker Paschall, Darren Craig London, Ashlea Washington, B. J. Perez, Tia Evans, Dorothy Killins and Vannijah Duvermon. Happy birthday is extended to Mrs. Arlean Evans, who celebrated another year of life. May the Lord continue to bless you with many, many more. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us not forget the sick and shut-ins and keep them in our daily prayers: Ralph Williams, Geneva Lucas, Henry Sanders, Marie Benson, Matjorie Guest, Gail Ruff, the Philon fam ily, Dorothy Wilder, Willie Burns, Phyllis Akes, Eloise Leeks, Archie Mae Wright and Annie Laura Jells. Sympathy Condolences is extended to the Davis and Baker family in the passing of their loved one, Mr. Kwame Y. Baker, who was funeralized Saturday, December 3, 2011, from Pilgrims Rest Baptist Church, Rev. Linda C. Reese, pastor. He will be greatly missed by those who knew him. Our deepest sympathy is sent to the family of Robert Champion, formerly of FAMU, a drum major, who recently passed in Orlando. There is The Robert Cham pion Anti-Hazing Bill pro posal in effect. May you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Thanksgiving Guest What a wonderful Thanksgiving Elaine Livingston of Sacramento, CA, had sharing her time with Aunt Peggy Lise and Elsie Livingston and family. The day was filled with fellowship, hugs, nice weather, sightseeing, tasty CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST CHURCH 12111UIIIInlllt.. T-.R.IIII2 18111229 --Schltll-----ltralag WtrshiP .. --.. ----11 a.m. Mitr S.nlct, TUesday. _____ 1 p.m. .. IIIII SIUdV, TUISIIIJ I:Jip.m. lllnt ltIIV. TIISdiV ... ----1 p.m. I 0111 DIAIIl'lllhlllllnlllll Clltll Well llrllllldllllldl lt.PIIIlhllln4:1J SERVICE TIMES Suni:lay Sclroof 1 0 A. M. Sei'Vice -11 :30 A. M Evening Service-7:30 P M. Stuw -Tuesday Evening Bil51 Band 7 P. M. -YP'IN\N7:30 P. M. ls' REV. OSCAR JOHISOI,JR. Plstermacar Lord. foods and worship service at Macedonia Baptist Church. Home Deliveries Aguilas Int. Medical Institute c Joke OftheWeek For those interested in home delivery of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, please call Mr. Westley at (813) 2480724 Aguilas International Medical Institute is a bilin gual healthcare education preparatory training com pany that provides health care workers with certifications and enhances knowledge of skills. m Question: What do you call 100 rabbits jumping m backward in unison? J:J <0 Answer: A receding hare 1'1) line. g My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and greeting cards to Florida in mates, please write: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 33689-0402. Joseph L. Wilson is looking for his biological parents. He was born in Pinellas County on 7/13/1962 at St. Anthony's Hospital and adopted by Harold and Joann Giinter. If you have any informa tion, please contact this m1nistry. Darnel Williams is ing for prayer for his dad,. Willie Clark's pending case. Scripture (Proverbs 8:11, 14, 35) For wisdom is better than rubies and all the things that may b e desired are not to be compared to it. Counsel is mine and sound wisdom: I understand; I have strength. For whoso fended me, fended life and shall obtain favor in the For more info, call (813) 871-2407 or go to website: www.aguilasinternational.co m or www.aguilasinterna tionaledu.com. Free blood pressure checks for November and December. Thought For Today "It' s always wise to look ahead, but difficult to look 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) 7357968. Session For CollegeBound Students, Parents You and your college-bound child are invited to attend a 90-minute session on Saturday, December 17, 2011, from 8:30-10 a. m., at Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance, 9215 N. Florida Avenue, at the corner of Busch Boulevard. The purpose of this session is to have middle, high school and community college students to talk candidly with stu dents (who are home for the holida y s) attending various col leges / universities There is no cost. All attendees are asked to have pencil and paper and fill out an evaluation form . Please email your name school, grade and intended col lege major by Friday, December Please reply to davle greene@hotmail.com. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th A Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00 A. M Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) Tuesday: 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w!Bible Study Wednesday: 5 :30P.M. Free Tutorial 6 :45 P M & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the Inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Outreach Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISHOP EDDIE NEWKJII( Alit PASTOR AUD8EY NEWKIRK .... ., r-0 :JJ en m z ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::! z "'tJ c: m c CJ) :::t m c m < m J:J -< -1 c: m CJ) c )> z c ., J:J c G) m <0 I m

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Local Bless'd Productions Presents 'The Witness Protection Program' :E w 0 On November 13TH, all eyes were on Dr. Phyllis L. Tucker Wicks' new stage play, "T h e Witness Protection Program." > T}le play was performed at Centro Austuriano. Those in attendance e njoy e d great acting, electrifying music a: and anointed singing. (Photography by TOBY SCOTT). LL. Phyllis L. Tucker Wicks, left, Minister Bobbie Lewis, McDowell, Jr., and Philetha Tucker-Johnson were proud the event was successful. .. 'Mort 111ttll\. Q &.
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Great American Teach-In Front row, left to right: Sherry Gary, Polynesia McMillan, T. N. Hill, Principal; Angela Thornton, Splrenda Sanders, Shalonda Lock, Sharon Carter and Sylvester Harris. Back row: Demetrius Jenkins, Preston Livingston and Donavan Cotton. (Photo by Sylvester Harris) Building Success Through Student Achievement" is the yearly theme that North Tampa Alternative School upholds. Guests from various professions were at the school on November 17, 2011 to share their secrets of success, their experiences in life, what it means to have a good education and words of encouragement. The original "G's To Gents," dressed eloquently in shirts and ties, greeted and escorted the guest speakers from room to room. Over 25 speakers were invit ed. The line-up this year was very diverse and ranged from veterans police officers and barbers, to photographers, recruiters and more. At the end of the day, the speakers were invited to take part in the annual Thanksgiving feast and awards ceremony hosted by the principal and faculty. Caribbean Communitv Association The Caribbean Cultural Association, Inc. is searching for African-Americans who are decedents of Caribbean ancestors. To meet Caribbean people from all over the Caribbean and learn about the history culture, foods, music social contributions and challenges, the CCA m eets the 3rd Friday of every month at 7 p. m. Meeting are held at the University Area Community D evelopment Center 14013 N. 2 _2nd St. (33613). The next meeting is December 16th. For more information, please call (813) 344-7228 AUTO ACCIDENT AT FAULT, NOT AT FAULT, PICK UP SERVICE AVAILABLE LAROCCA INJURY CENTERS, LLC Call First Church Plans To Donate 500 Gifts To Children m ages 5-17 years old. Planners of the "Joy of BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor I\) Giving" event say they are o ..... Since 2008, Revealing Truth Ministries has been celebrating Christmas early with families and children across the Bay area. Last year, the churchdonated gifts valued over $30,000. Gifts includ e d children and youth bikes, sport items, dolls, X-Box Station and games, educational toys and games, Toys R Us gift cards and more. accepting new gifts up to the .... day of the event. Gifts may be dropped off at the church, 5201 N. Armenia. They will accept gifts as early as 6 a. m. on the day of the event at the park (100 W. Gasparilla Plaza) to ensure there will be enough gifts for all 500 children. We are hoping to increase our giving by establishing partnerships with local busi nesses sharing the same passion to meet the needs of children during the Christmas holidays," states Tina Bivins. Previously the event has been held at the church on Armenia Ave. This year, the church is reaching out into the community. On Saturday, December 17; 2011, 500 gifts will be distributed in Curtis Hixon Riverfront Park for children The giveaway will be between 12 p. m. and 6 p. m. r For additional informa-tion, call (813) 354-1135. i! Blake High Class 011968 The Howard W. Blake High Class of 1968 is preparing for the 2011 Christmas party to be held on Saturday, December 10, 2011. The event begins at 8 p. m. and will be held at the American Legion Post 5 3810 W. Kennedy Blvd Classmates and friends who need additional information should call (813) 770-6375. Now Accepting New Patients, Walk-Ins Welcome We Take Medicare, Tricare, BCBS, Aetna, Cigna United Healthcare And Many More. en m z :::i z m r ID c: r r z .,. c: ID r a; :::z::: m c

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C\1 en Which Foods Are Cancer Risks; a: w m :E w () w c c a: L1. c a: L1. 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 (/) j: a: 0 ...J LL m I N 'I'"' Alcohol Alcohol increases the risk of many types of cancers in cluding mouth, liv er, breast and colon cancers. Calcium High calcium intake, espe cially through supplements, may increase risk for prostate cancer. It is important for men and women to aim for the recommended 1,000 mg. daily for 19-50 years old and 1,200 mg. daily for those older than so. Be sure to get most of your daily intake of calci um from food. Fat Diets hi g h in fat con tribute to obesity which i s link ed with an increase of many types of cancer. Processed Meats Eating processed meats preserved by smoking or salting methods increases exposure to cancer-causing agents. Limit or avoid eating processed meats by shopping for all natural, organic and minimally processed meats. Accepti'lg New Patients, Including Children ANOE1..1-" TOMliNSON, DDS, PA GAL C -=ooNALD, DDS, MPH ll!xams, Cleaning & F"dlings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures l!xtraction Implant Resiotations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most lnst.r.iOCe Acxlepted Senia Citizen Disccul1s Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Confidence Begins With A Beautiful Smile! - 1_:) Tnr:;1, \V :n TPQt r Finn"' Tnn H'"lt;c,c. o' BP,lllltftJI Srntie><; Fnendly P er sonal Care Most Insurance P l ans Accepted Zero Down Payment Plans Available Flexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN MAII$H William F. Marsh, DDS, PA Preferred Orthodontist For Over 30 Years OtrrHOOONTlCS 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 8 wavs To Avoid On-The-Job Weight Gain Incorporating these sim ple strategies into your work day will bring you one step closer to being a healthier, more energetic you. Here's how: 1. Be Sure To Eat. Make it a priority to have a healthy and tasty meal-along with 1-2 healthy snacks. 2. Compensate, compensate. Get physical to compensate for your seden tary workday. Join a gym, take an early morning walk or run or find time for fit ness fun with your family 3 Rework Your Network. Chances are, your friends and co-workers need help with their love handles just as much as you do. So, try some new activities that don 't revolve around food. 4 Bring Your Friends On Board. By sharing h ea lth y potluck lunches ex changing recipes and pro v idin g moral support, you'll find that getting in s hap e can b e a team-building triumph. 5 Don' t Eat Due To Boredom. If you know that occasionally you 'll fall-and most of us do-pick out ahead of time the items yo u can live with so that y our dip doesn t become a dive. Keep water at your desk ; it'll give your hands something to do when you re stressed and \\rill divert you from eating when you're not really hungry. 6. Vary Your Routine. We all have them-those daily rituals, like heading up stairs to the cafeteria for a mid-morning latte and muf fin. If you want to change your life in big ways, try some small changes. 7 Lose The Technology. As much as possible, take advantage of opportuni ties throughout the day to get up and move! You'll be sur prised how quickly minor changes can improve your energy level and help you get fit. 8. Choose Wisely. Learn how to eat out wisely, and remember how much better you feel come mid-af ternoon when you eat healthy. Can Fruit Reallv Prevent Fibroidsil About 70% of women develop fibroids at some point in their lives, but African-Amer ican women are up to three times more likely to get them. The non-can cerous growths often have no symptoms, but they can be painful, affect men strual periods, and, in some cases, cause fer tility problems or make it difficult for women to carry a preg nancy to full term. Women who eat two or more servings per day are less likely to be diagnosed with fibroids than women who eat less than two servings a week. Humidifiers vs. Vaporizers A humidifier is a device that blows cool to lukewarm mist (vapor) into the air to increase humidity (moisture) in a room. A vaporizer is a device that releases a cool to hot mist into the air to help increase humidity or to help with breathing. These devices differ in a few key ways: A steam vaporizer boils water and releases steam into the air. The steam is germ-free, but the hot water can burn anyone who over turns or gets too close to the device. Evaporative (wick) humidifiers use a filtered wick to absorb water. A fan blows air through the moist wick, releasing a cool-to-lukewarm mist. Some models can sense when the air in the room is dry and turn themselves on and off to control humidity. Safety Facts Because the water in a a humidifier isn't boiled, bac teria, mold, and minerals (dust) can be in the mist. Using distilled water and carefully following the safety instructions can help keep the mist clean and safe. De pending on the model of the humidifier, a person may need to empty the water on a regular basis. Some humidi fier models are also quieter than others. If you have questions, be sure to do on line research, talk to store representatives, and, of course, ask your doctor for key tips on making the best choices. 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Walk Off Your High Blood Pressure Wavs To Detect And Deal With Mental Illness There are many symptoms of depression, but com mon amo n g people with clinical depression are changes in: are perfect. Signs Of Bipolar Disorder m (') m s: OJ m JJ Exercise should be a cor n ersto n e of therapy for the prevention, treatment and control of high blood pressure. Getting at least 30 min utes a day not only h e lps pre vent heart problems but it should also be a part of the prescription for treating peo ple with high blood pressure Appetite. In clinical de pression you lose your ap petite comp l etely, and you stop ea ting, or eat very little. A person with bipolar dis-.!-0 order is someone who has se-vere mood swings. Signs are: Skin Care: Where You're Going Wrong Smoking Smoking reduces collagen production and the skin's oxygen supply. Cigarette habits also rob the skin of nutrients and moisture. As a result, smok ers commonly suffer from problems such as blotchiness and premature aging. Cell Phones 2. Also use speakerphone or a hands-free device as much as possible. Sleep. When clinical de pression sets in, you may have consistent, severe in somnia and be unable to s le ep well almost every night. The Ability To Concentrate. Someone might find th emse lves unable to main tain focus on simple activi ti es like watching a TV program or reading a news pap er article. Reduced Energy Level. With severe clinical depres s ion your energy is so low you have trouble getting out of bed in th e morning or car rying through your basic ac tivities of daily living. Problems At Work. You may also avoid projects that require public speaking, such as work presentations. Paranoia. You worry that in a crowded room peo ple are looking at you or talk ing about you. Signs OfOCD People with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) are so anxious, they have in trusive thoughts that are ir rational, and they can t get the thoughts out of their head For example, you may: Mood Swings. Exam ples are elevated mood or ex treme irritability. An overly high estimation of themselves leads to commitments they can't possibly keep, such as taking on jobs they don't have the skills to do. Fast When talking with someone who is bipolar, you can't get a word in edgewise and you have to ask them to slow down. No Need For Sleep. People with bipolar disorder may stay up all night for many days cleaning, painting walls, or doing laundry Excessive Behaviors. Charging thousands of dol lars or having sex with casual acquaintances Cellphones get loaded with germs, grime and bacte ria and people unwittingly press and wipe them across their faces all day. Skin is an organ like your heart and your kidneys. Just as you need physicals and professional medical care for inner health you also need professional advice and care for your outer, most visible organ. Signs Of Anxiety No Focus. You can't fol low a conversation or com plete a basic task. Wash your hands 20 to 30 times a day or spend hours bathing. rHow To Get Help o 1. Call a doctor. Ask for a JJ Try these: a specialist evaluation. 1. Clean your cellphone with alcohol at least once or twice a day. Social Fear. You can't or won't interact with other people. You avoid family gatherings or office parties due to social anxiety. Spend hours checking the door and window locks before going to bed. Repeat work tasks multi ple times to make sure they 2. Call a local suicide hotline if you are experiencing severe symptoms. We're proud to be named Tampa Bay's Consumer Choice. We're honored you chose us. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be recognized with the 2011/2012 Consumer Choice For 6 consecutive years, TG H has been chosen as the overall leader for quality health care and image in Tampa Bay by those who matter most: the communities we serve . We'd like to thank our dedicated team of healthcare professionals for making this honor possible with their tireless commitment to quality patient care. To learn more about our services, visit tgh.org. TGH Tampa General Hospital$ Truated for our expertlae. Choaen for our care.* survey reaulta baaed on an independent study conducted by National Research Corporation. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine en m z ::! z m r-aJ c: rrm ::! z "'tJ c: OJ c en :I: m 0 m < m JJ -< -1 c: m en 0 )> z 0 JJ 0

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Tonia Turner As you prepare for the holiday season, remember ... this time of the year is for you, too! Make a little .time for yourself and friends by hosting a cocktail party filled with delectably infE dulging goodies that everyone is sure to enjoy. c en w ::::l 1-> a: w > w c w J: en :J m ::::l a. z i= w -J -J ::::l m -J w z i= z w en a: 0 -J u. Intriguing .. Innovative .. & Ingenious .. Reciyes To Ignite your Taste/3ucfs ... Gin & Tonic Xabobs VVitli Mint Tabou{efi 3 lbs. chicken breasts no bones, skin 1/2 cup tonic water 1/4 cup gin 1/4 cup lime juice 1 Tbsp. lime zest 1 red onion, diced 1/4 cup mint (fresh) 1/4 cup salt 1/2 tsp. each black pepper, cinnamon, coriander and anise seeds DIRECTIONS: Soak 8-10 bamboo skew ers in water for at least 20 min. Cut boneless skinless chicken into 2 inch cubes and place in bowl or plastic zip lock bag. Pour gin and tonic over chicken and mix. Add lime juice, lime zest mint, salt, pep per, spices (cinnamon, coriander, anise seeds) and mix again. Leave to marinate in the refrigerator for 1-3 hours. Cut red onion into chunks. Skewer chicken kabobs alternating onion and chicken cubes. Set the skewers on large platter and baste with additional marinade. Broil for 20 min. until the onions begin to brown and chicken reaches internal temperature of 165F. Turn skewers to ensure even cooking. 2 cups boiling water 1 cup bulgur wheat 1 tsp. salt 2 tomatoes, large, diced 1 small cucumber, diced 1 cup green onions, sliced-1/4 cup mint leaves, minced 1/2 cup parsley, minced 1/ 4lemonjuice, fresh squeezed 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 tsp. ground black pepper DIRECTIONS: Pour boiling water over bulgur in pot with lid. Add salt and stir. Cover and set aside for 30 min. The water will absorb into the bulgur as it sits. Add diced tomatoes, cucumber and sliced green onions to bulgur. Stir well. Add minced mint and parsley, fresh squeezed lemon juice olive oil and black pepper. Serve Mint Tabouleh with the Gin & Tonic Chicken Kabobs. .,

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'Poys Witfi (jin 1/2 cups sugar 1j 4 cups plus 1 Thsp. water 1/4 cups chopped mint leaves 2 teaspoons finely grated lime zest 1/4 cups fresh lime juice 1/4 cups gin 112-ounce cucumber, peeled, seeded and pureed 1/2 teaspoons unflavored powdered gelatin paper cups and popsicle sticks DIRECTIONS: In a small saucepan, combine the sugar with the 1/4 cup of water and the mint and bring to a boil. Cover, re move from the heat and let stand for 15 minutes. Strain the mint syrup into a large bowl and let cool to room temperature. Whisk in the lime zest, lime juice, gin and cucumber puree. In a microwave-safe bowl, sprinkle the gelatin over the remain ing 1 tablespoon of water and let stand until softened, 5 minutes. Microwave the mixture at high power for 8 seconds, until the gel atin Qissolves. Whisk the gelatin into the cucumber mixture. Arrange ten 2-ounce paper cups on a baking sheet. Pour the popsicle mixture into the cups and freeze for 1 hour, until partially frozen. Insert a stick in the center of each cup and freeze for 30 minutes longer, until fully frozen. Tear off paper and serve. . .. (jin & Tonic Cuycakes Cake 2 medium egg whites Pinch of sea salt 1/4 tsp. cream of tartar 1/2 cup confectioner's sugar, sifted 1/4 cup flour 1-1/2 Thsp. tonic water Frosting 1/2 cup mascarpone 1 Thsp. gin 2 Thsp. corn syrup Green food coloring Lime slices covered in sugar for garnish DIRECTIONS: Preheat the oven to 325 Fahrenheit. With an electric hand mixer, beat the egg whites in a large bowl with salt and cream of tartar until they are risen. Now beat in the sugar, a couple of tablespoons at a time, sprinkling it over the egg whites and beat ing about 20 seconds with each addition. Fold the sifted flour into the meringue in three stages, and then stir in the tonic water. Arrange muffin paper baking cups inside a muffin tin and fill two thirds full. Bake for 15-20 min. until lightly golden on the surface and still springy to the touch. Remove and let cool. Spoon mascarpone into a bowl and beat in the gin and then the syrup and tint it the palest green with a little food coloring. Fill a icing bag or ziploc with the tip cut off to frost the cupcakeS. Use a decorative toothpick to spear lime slices in sugar or jellied candies and insert one into each cupcake. "'T1 r 0 :!! g en m z -z m r m c: r r !!I 2 "'0 c: m -r iii :::J: m c m -f c: m -c z c "'T1 ::u ;.:

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National 12-Year-Oid leads March Against Gun Violence w o And Drugs In Harlem VICTORIA PANNELL Victoria Pannell, 12, the National Action Network's Northeast Regional Director of the Youth, led a march and rally in a Harlem neighborhood where gang, drug, and gun activity is rampant. Dozens of Harlemites congregated Friday at Wright Brothers Playground, a small park that has a reputation of being unsafe for kids, to denounce the illicit activities that go on in the recreation space. National Action Network recently announced the national Shake-Off the Violence tour and coast-tocoast cease fire coordinated by NAN's Youth Movement and the Youth in Action group. NAACP wants New Voting laws Struck Down a: I.L c WASHINGTON -The Z NAACP says it is gathering c( information on the effect of new state laws that tightened rules on voting in order to W make its case to the Justice Department that the laws are i: discriminatory tion and at the ballot box have increased. NAACP President Ben Jealous says he met with assistant Attorney General Tom Perez over the weekend and personally gave Perez a copy of the report The NAACP sa y s it will also send the report to other fed e r a l a genci es, s ecr e t a ri es of state and attorn ey s g e neral in the 50 states, cong r ess i o nal committee s and the Unite d Na ti o ns w The civil rights organization > argues in a report released W Monday that the laws amount to a coordinated, comprehensive assault on ::J minorities' voting rights a s m their numbers in the popula-RICKY'' "ASK RICKY'' ;:) m ...J w z i= z w en AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injure d? N eed a Doctor? La wyer? CALL RICKY Or Emai l : ca llr i ckywill i ams@g mail.co m ...J I.L m I
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Polk County ews I tooth Birthday Celebration Held At Lake Parker On Saturday, November 19, 2011, a 10oth birthday celebration was held for Mother Lucille G. Bouges, of Lakeland. The host site of this historical occasion was the Lake Parker Alligator Pavilion. A host of family members and friends came together to fellowship, have fun, share memories and enjoy good food in honor of Mother Bouges. The celebration was coordinated and hosted by her daughter, Margaret Johnson, who served as Mistress of Ceremony. Ann Fortson sang Give Me My Flowers as Mother Bouges was escorted to the front and center by grandson, Michael Worlds. A prayer and blessing of the food were rendered by Bishop James Fox. A Scripture was read by granddaughter, Lucinda Prather. Sandra Fox, a longtime family friend, hon ored the Honoree in song. Words of Encouragement were given by Elder Neal T. Phillips followed by songs of prais e and worship by the Lewis Family and th e Fortson Sisters. Mother Johnson rendered r e marks of special appreciation to everyone who had contributed to making thi s cele bration a success. Special appreciation was extended to: Ruth Olinger, Annie Phyall, WWAB, The Florida Sentinel Bulletin, The Ledg er, Elliott Dorsche, former Mayor of the City of Lakeland Buddy Fletcher, Lakeland City Commissioner Phillip Walker, Pastor Mack, City of Lakeland Mayor Gow B. Fields, and the Church of God by Faith Congratulations, 2011 Jewels Of Funeral Service Shaw-Nv.f Talk extends congratulations to the Florida recipients of Women of Power: African-American 2011 Jewels of Funeral Service recognition award. The awards were presented by The 100 Black Women of Funeral Service Organization to: Gertrude Betsey, Betsey Funeral Home, Quincy; Lula C. Vann, Vann Funeral Home, Marianna; Curtiss W. Wilson, Wilson Funeral Home, Tampa Janorise Stone, Stone Funeral Home, Cocoa; Sandra St. Amand, Pax Villa USA Funeral Home, Miami/Ft. Lauderdale/Orlando; Erma J. Boyd-Dorsey, James C. Boy d Funeral Home, Ft. Myers; Sonji ConeyWilliams, Coney Funeral Home, Lakeland; and Gail Thomas Dewitt, Gail & W y nn 's, Orlando. Congratulations and thank yo u, Ladi es for your service as outstanding trailblazers in th e State of Florida. We are very proud of you and wish you continued success. Elleanor Davis-Starks, CFSP, is the Founder and Executive Director of the 100 Black Women of Funeral Service, Inc. Happy Birthday Shaw-NvJ Talk extends wishes for a happ y birthda y to Happy Birthday to Pastor Shelton W. Faison, of Plant City, and Azzilene Byrd, who will each celebrate another natal day Dec. nth; and to Edna Lawrence of Clearwater, who will celebrate her natal day on Dec. 16th. Belated Happy 15th Birthday to Sylvester Gordon, III, of Rochester, New York, and Martha Landers of St. Petersburg, who celebrated their natal day on December 1st. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with man y more birthdays! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out is dedicated to Greta Moran, Program Director of Broken Chains Ministries Inc.(BCMI). The agency has opened up its doors to accept donations for its 'Children with Promise Angel Tree Program.' All toys and gifts received will be given to children whose parent(s) are incarcerated For the third year, Mrs. Moran and her staff are working diligently to help these children to have a Merry Christmas. The assistance of individuals, businesses, organizations, churches and others will be greatly appreciated. For further information and/or to arrange for pick-m up of your donation, please 3: call (863) 662-8022. Gifts OJ must be received by December 16, 2011. Be <0 reminded that no gift is too N small! Polk County Advertisers/ Distributors Sought We are in search of adver tisers and distributors in the Polk County area. Are you interested in advertising your business, church, orga nization, events, etc., in the Florida Sentinel Bulletin or having the Sentinel available for purchase at your church, agency or place of business? If so, please contact me at (863) 513-8437-Talk To Shaw-Nuf r Shaw-Nv,{Talk wants to hear from you. Share news 0 and/ or photos of your cele-> brations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, z weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, m r religious organizations, and OJ community news etc., with C: the readership of the Florida J= Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@-Z yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437 Polk Countv Mother Celebrates 75 Years Ollile 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 coordi nated by her daughters, Ann Nealy and Pamela Calloway. Some of the special guests attending were Mother Jordan's best friend, Mary Sheals and her only living sister, Jewellene Neal. Other guests in attendance were: daughters: Ann and Pamela; granddaughters: Tynisha, Delauren, TyRhonda, and 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, among others. (Photos by Shaw-NuO. Ms. Dalauren Fuller, shown with her son, Landin, shared wonderful memories with those in attendance of her grandmother. Mother Genell Jordan celebrated her 75th birthday with a party. Ms. Shirley Shabazz, niece of the honoree, attended the event. Ms. Ann Nealy, and Kim Thornton, daughter and granddaughter, respectively, attended the 75th birthday party for Mrs. Genell Jordan. IIDPACI ProiectMaking Progress In Polk Schools Lakeland --In world of a sagging economy, there is a community-based project that is working well and gaining strength in Polk County. It's the KIDPACK Polk Project, now operating in 14 Polk County Public Schools (PCPS) and supply ing 237 students with sup-port food every weekend. The KIDPACK Polk Project is a backpack program designed to provide food and essential supplies to disadvantaged in our communities. For more information, Ci) contact our office at: m infopoltproject.Ol"J.

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:::tl c II TAX DEEDS II 0 m s: 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.: 089294.1100 File No.: 2012-4 Certificate No.: 201433-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: NW 1<1 OF SE 1<1 OF NW 1<1 LESS E 133FT AND LESS RIW AND LESS W 399 .10 FT OF E 665.10 FT SEC TWP RGE: 32-27-22 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: DAVID JIMENEZ LIDIA JIMENEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa Fl 33602 on the 5th day of January. 2012 at 10 : 00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 81 00 ext. 4809 to verily sale location ) Dated this b day of NovembeL 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any ac;commodatlon In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, st no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please conlllc:t the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205, two (2) workIng days prior to the dste the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, cell711. 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 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.: 166816.0000 File No : 2012-5 Certificate No.: 208957-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: RIVERSIDE NORTH LOT 20 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 0001/ 0134 SEC TWP RGE: 11-29-18 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : DANIEL L. CASTILLO Said property being in the County of Hillsbo rou gh State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to Jaw. the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, Geo.rge E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa Fl 33602 on the 5th day of January. 2012. at 10 : 00 AM (NOTICE : Please call ( 813 ) 276 8100 ext. 4809 t o ver i f y sale location) Dated this b day of November,,;!Jl1 1 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tamp8 Flortds, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Tampa Heights Large 4/1 Home River Front View Large Front Porch Fenced Yard WDH, CHA Call (813) 748-2945 3016 East Powhatan 2 Bedroom/1 Bath $500.00 2507 East 21st Avenue 3 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00 Both: Fenced Yard Large Covered Porch (813) 249-8118 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 ol the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 165890.0000 File No.: 2012-7 Certificate No.: 208879-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property : ALICE HEIGHTS REVISED MAP LOT BEG 140FT N OF SECOR OF LOT 1 AND RUN N 145FT W 145 FT S 145 FT AND E 145 FTTO BEG PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 26/19 SEC TWP RGE : 01-29 -18 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : KENNETH GOYENS CHAR LAYNE GOY ENS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Rorida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa Fl 33602 on the 5th day of at 10;00 AM (NOTICE : Please call ( 813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale Jocat1on) Dated this b day of NovembeL 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A R. TUCKERDeputy 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., Tsmp8 Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are '-ring or voice lmp81red, call 711. 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 Sulphur Springs 4 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, Fenced Backyard Laundry Room Section 8 OK $1, 100.00/Monthly Available January 1, 2012 Call (813) 968-1168 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 cerlificate number and year of issuance the descriplion of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 090752 .0000 File No.: 2012-8 Certificate No.: 201619-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property : LOT BEG 255.7 FT NELY FROM INTERS OF W LINE OF SE OF NW \<\ AND N LINE OF HWY 92 AND RUN N 11 DEG 04 MIN W 400 FT N 78 DEG 56 MIN E 200 FT S 11 DEG 04 MIN E 400 FT AND S 78 DEG 56 MIN W 200 FT TO BEG SEC TWP RGE: 27-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: PAUL K. ENTERPRISES INC. Said property be i ng in the County of Hillsborough State of Rorida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa Fl 33602 on the 5th day of Januarv, 2012, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE: Ple ase call ( 813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verity sale location) Dated this b day of NovembeL 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuli Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person wllh 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 Flortds, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice lmp81red, call 711. Homes Available 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Call (813) 453.0123 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 certifi cate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 087068.0100 File No.: 2012-9 Certificate No.: 200823-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: COM AT NW COR E \-2 OF NW Y.. OF NW Y.. RUN N 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC 2 165 FTTO POB S 00 DEG 05 MIN 06 SEC W 331FT N 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC E 145FT N 00 DEG 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 TWP RGE: 03-30-21 SUBJECT TO All OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : JORGE FERNANDEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Rorida Unless such certificale shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa Fl. 33602 on the 5th day of Januarv, 2012, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verity sale location). Dated this b day of November, 2Q11 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dlsablllly who needs any accommodation In order to partlclpata In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, n 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205, two (2) working daya prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. Section 8 Ok 5 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home, Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room WDH, CHA Stainless Steel Appliances (813) 758-2289 "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 llJ m :::tl jD N 0 ...... ...... r 0 :::tl en m z :::! z m r llJ c: r r m :::! z "D c: llJ c en m c m < m :::tl -< ---4 c: m en c )> z c C

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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 1.21h 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 1-80Q-855-8n1. Dated: This 11lh day of November 2Qll. II PAT FRANK AS CLERK OF THE COURT GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK HOMES FOR RENT II Move In peclalsl No Deposits! FREE Rent TMLEASES.Com 813-221-4457 Home For Rent 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome can (883) 214-1191 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 12/16/11 SUPPLY & INSTALL AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCHES @ HFC AWT PLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 1:00 PM ON 12/9/11 @ HOWARD F. CURREN AWT PLANT ADMIN TANG RM., 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD., TAMPA 2:30PM ON 12/20/11 FORD F-550 CAB & CHASSIS WITH TRAFFIC TOWER, SPEC NO. 36-12 3:00PM ON 12120/11 FORD F-350 CAB & CHASSIS WITH UTILITY BODY, SPEC. NO. 21-12 3:30PM ON 12120/11 PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR OF VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES (VFDs) PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 10 :00 AM ON 12/13/11 @ HOWARD F. CURREN AWT PLANT, ADMIN. TANG. RM., 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD. TAMPA 2:30PM ON 12121/11 MEDIANS & PARKWAYS GROUNDS MAINTENANCE, LEVEL VI, SOUTH OF 1-4 & 1-275 2:30PM ON 12122/11 FORD F-550 CAB & CHASSIS WITH CRANE & BODY SPEC NO. 33-12 then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read B i d documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 81312748351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to B i d that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entit les in Hillsborough County Dated : 1219/11 Gregory K. Spearman CPPO,FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackaon Street Tampa, FL 33802 II HOMES FOR RENT II Nice 3 or 4 Bedroom Homes Starting @ $800.00 $500.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 259-4663 Extension 100 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 29-2009-CA-032856 DIVISION I RF SECTION II THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS CWABS, INC. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES 2005-13, Plaintiff, vs. IRA LITTLE, ET AL., Defendant( s ). NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated September 27, 2011 in the above action I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Hillsborough County, Florida, on January 5. 2012, at 2:00 P.M., at the 2nd Floor Am. 201/202 of George E. Edgecomb Courthouse-800 E. 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 oFJ 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 1-8D0-955-8n1 (TTY); If you are voice Impaired, call the Florida Relay -Services at 1-800-955-Sno." Dated this 29lb day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE COURT By: lei JENNY ALVAREZ AsDeputy Clerk

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II HOMESFORRENT II II APTS.FORRENT Joining the USF Team is now easier than ever with our on-line application! DIRECTOR, Purchasing & Property Services The University of South Florida invites application s for the Director of Purchasing and Property Services The din.,-ctor is responsible for managing all uspects of purchusing for the USF system and provides leadership for Purchasing and Property Servic es in order to deliver a high l evel of quality customer service to univer sity customers and vendors The position is responsible for ensuring compl i ance with all applicable fcderul and state laws and regulations and university rules, policies and procedure s relutcd to the purchasing and property functions and for promotin g fair and open competition for the purchase of commoditie s and contmctual services. The ubility to work in a f:ts t paced. diverse office selling and multi-tasking is essential. For addi t ional information and how t o apply. please go to: https://employment.usf.edu and se:trch for Positio n #00003950 USF is an Equal Oppof/u/11/y/Equel Access Univetsl!y. UNIVERSITY ()F SOUTH FLORIDA TA '.1PA s-PE-E'ISf!c.R<.> MANA TEE POL> TEC H's. Po sition & Benefits: USF 12month fac ulty administrator contrac t aut omatically r enewed annually unles s 1 ycar notilication i s given not pan of the faculty bnrgnining unit. Salary comme n surate with experience; raise s un: detem1ined b y the USF administnuion based on performance evaluation results. Position include s v acation leave sick leave, retiremeht funding. and health benefits. Evaluated annually on fulfillment of admini s trative dutie s and professional activities. Application: You must submit a cover l ette r that includes narrative s on l eadership unci management styles, profes siona l and administrative accomplishments. and v i sion and goals; CV; a copy of graduate transcript s; 3 l eucrs of prof ess ional recommendation; and a s ample of evidence of professional development activities (e.g., joumal papers, workshops presentations. etc.) Go to https://employment.usf.edu/appllcants/jsp/sharcdl Welcome_css.jsp and search the Faculty list for: Posting Title : Faculty Admini s trator, Department : 0-3260-000 Pathway Program USF is a /EA institution UNIVERSITY oF ---"........... ..... -. SOUTH FLORIDA B'Eiegant Beauty Salon 3402 North 34th Street Is Looking For Licensed Hair Stylists Booth Rental Only Call Mrs. B (813) 621-2820 (813) 965-0020 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities BOOKING CLERK COURT CLERK I (PLANT CITY ) $29,036 $24 752 CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYST $38 646 DIRECTOR COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE-AA (UNCLASSIFIED) $92 700 DIRECTOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ( UNCLASSI FlED) $90. 126 ELECTRICIAN I (NON-STANDARD HOURS ) INSPECTOR II (MECHANICAL) $27 996 $4 0 768 INSPECTOR Ill (PLUMBING) $43 097 PARK RANGER II $24 876 PROJECT MANAGER Ill (CONCESSIONS) $67 059 SENIOR CREW LEADER $31,512 TRAFFIC SIGN / MARKING TECHNICIAN II $27 976 See our web site at http :// www hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E Kenn edy Bou levard 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AAIEEO Employer F=-F=-c::>-=------== ......... ......... -==""-== II Tampa Heights Large 3/1 Large Front Porch Fenced Yard WDH, CHA (813) 748-2945 1511 East Giddens Very Large Beautiful 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Block Fireplace CHA Fenced Totally Remodeled (813) 900-5559 2914 East 27th Avenue 5 Bedroom / 2 Bath CHA Carport W / D Hook-Up Fenced Back Yard Available 12/15/11 Call Jonda (727) 320-7310 4 Bedroom / 2 Bath Homes 1704 East Cayuga 1708 East ldell 8511 Fish Lake 3 Bedroom / 1 Y2 Bath Sect i on 8 Welcome (813) 727-6782 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 II GET NOTICED ... Place Your Ad In The Business Directory 55+ Community Bedroom Apartments $1 00 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 East Tampa Bungalow Furnished-1 / 1 Clean & Quiet $750.00/Monthly Plus First And Last Month Includes All Utilities (813) 248-9888 3610 North 55th Street Apartment #A 2 Bedroornf1 Bath Fenced $700 00 / Monthly Includes WSG Available Now Call Robert (813) 381-Q062 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 Contact LaVora @ {813) Fax To: (813) 248. or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com II 'TI c c m 0 m m m :::c .!D (\) 0 ...... ...... 'TI r-0 :::c en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z "C c: m r-Cii :::t m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c 'TI :::c c C) m (\) ...... I m

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