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SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 66 NO. 34 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16,2011 60 PAGES 75 Finv Plus Year longshoreman Re-Elected SEE PAGE 2-A land Donated For Sidewalks At Fatal Accident Site SEE PAGE 8-A \ T ---, I ,:-.. F Man Accused Of Trving To Run Over woman SEE PAGE 23-A FERREll JOURNAliSM ClASS VISITS SENTINEl OFFICE To learn more about their interest in Journalism, students from Girls Preparatory Academy A. J. Ferrell Middle Magnet School took a field trip on Thursday morning that brought them to the Sentinel. They were accompanied by their teacher and the Media Specialis t Sentinel Publisher, S. Kay Andrews took the 6 young ladies throughout the business, where they m e t staff, l earned the du-ties of each, saw the equipment in operation a ncl a s k e d questions From l eft to right, Heather Naron-Hiller, C r eative Writing Teacher, Savyon Toombs, Allaundra A shley, Franita H enry, Briana Scalf, .Jaquitta Carwe ll Tatyana Salte r and Mike Saltzgave r Media Specialist. (J>hoto b y BRUNSON) Open Fridav, Dec. 23rd 1/2 Dav -Closed Mondav, Dec. 26th. IPaper Deliverv OntvJ

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Features WILMA LEE GALlAGHER BRIANA LATISHA KEATON END RICA MICHELL SIMPSON RASHAD AIIMEIR CORTEZ ALONIA ANDERSON DARRYL SMITH Officer Ron Simpson is shown escorting Travis Rennard Johnson after his arrest. Warrent Issued Warrent Issued Earlier this week, mem bers of the Tampa Police Fugitive Apprehension Team arrested seven individuals on fraud charges. Each suspect is also facing additional charges. Forty-nine people were arrested in September, fol lowing a yearlong investiga tion by several local and federal agencies These ar rests are a continuation of the initial investigation. Police said that during in terviews after the suspects were arrested, several said they were going to take part in their own stimulus program. So far, Ms. Wilma Lee Gallagher, who turned 70 years old on December 6th, is tile oldest person arrested in tlie investigation. Ms. Gallagher was charged with one count of uttering a forged in strument. She was taken into custody after she attempted to cash a Green Dot check at an Amscot facility using a fraudulent power of attorney, police said. After arresting Ms. Briana Latisha Keaton police allegedly seized a ledger that contained more than 100 names. She is facing charges of credit card fraud and crim inal use of personal informa tion. Ms. Keaton, 22, is alleged to have used the infor mation of a 92-year-old Alzheimer s patient in a nurs ing home to pay off a so-inch flat screen television washer, and dryer. Ms. Endrica Michell Simpson, 37, was charged with the criminal use of per sonal information Police re portedly found a Green Dot card with several U.S. Treas ury refunds on the card. The search took place after a traf fic stop revealed that Ms. Simpson was driving on a suspended license, police said. Travis Rennard Johnson, 23 was arrested and charged with credit card fraud and criminal use of per sonal information. Johnson is alleged to have used a Green Dot card in a jewelry store at University Square Mall Police said the victim does not know Johnson and is an 82-year-old resident of Dlinois. Police said the image of Rashad Ahmeir Cortez, 24 ; was captured on camera as he allegedly used the Green Dotcard. Cortez allegedly at tempted to hide the card in his shoe as police searched his vehicle during a traffic stop The victim lives in Ohio. Cortez was charged with criminal use of personal in formation. Ms. Alonia Shameka Anderson, 35, is facing five counts of identity theft, scheme to defraud, and credit card fraud. Police said that during a traffic stop, the officers smelled marijuana and searched the vehicle. During the search, they allegedly dis covered a Green Dot card in another person's name. Police learned that the victim, who has no ties to Tampa, is currently in prison. m A warrant has been issued m :::u for the arrest of 39-year-old .... Darryl Deon Smith on 5I> charges of credit card fraud and criminal use of personal :: information. He is alleged to have used a Green Dot card in someone else's name to pur chase a money order. 53-Year Longshoreman Elected To 2nd Term BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The members of Interna tional Longshoremen Local 1402 re-elected its President to a second term. James Harrell was re elected by a large margin on December 6. He will serve for 3 years. His opponents were Alvin Lynch and Ernest Richards, Jr. Harrell worked himself from the hole loading and unloading ships to the president's desk. He served as Vice President for 35 years 2 years under Perry Harvey, Sr. and 33 under Perry Harvey, Jr. He credits both with teaching him the busi ness of the maritime market. Under his leadership are 2 vice presidents -Larry Coleman for Port Manatee and Wardell Norman for the Port of Tampa During last week's election, Gregory JAMES HARRELL Weston was elected Record ing Secretary (replacing Sharon Wright, who died recently), 2 new board members were added: Eddie Dutchfield and Charles Johnson. And, elected to the Audit Committee were: Steve Hall, Ernest Richards, Jr. and Travis Norman. As a young man, his inter est in working on the docks was sparked by an uncle, Joseph Harrell, who was a longshoreman in Tampa. Looking back on the business, Harrell says automa tion has limited the number of men who are able to make a living from working at 'the docks.' And, there are a number of badges that a worker has to have before starting to work including going through background checks. r"Men can no longer get out of jail and come to the docks to c get a job, he said. )> The work of the Bay Area 0 m longshoreman is limited to z mostly cruise and container ::::t ships. He adds, however, that the job is still very rewarding. r-When he's not conducting m c:: longshoremen business, r-Harrell spends time with his J;; wife Linda F. Harrell. The ::::t father of 6 children occasion. Z ally attends Jesuit Hjgh School football games where m his son is the head football coach. :::z:: He is Chairman of the 1!1 Board of Tampa Park Apart-m ments, Inc. i'i :u < .... c:: m rn c l i News Alert: The Ronda Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 )> z c :!! c : r For Loss Wages And Medical care ... 'P.tirsonallzad Service .: Support and Help from the beginning to the end. 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.... Features cD .... a: w m :!: w (.) w c Grant Park Enters Phase lilt Massive Cleanup Scam Artist Hits Young Mom That Has Had Triple Tragedies <( c a: u.. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The City of Tampa Code Enforcement's Operation WIN (Working In Neighborhoods) has teamed up with Hillsbor ough County Code Enforcement for phase two of "Operation Fight The Blight, a neighborhood clean-up effort in Grant Park. Grant Park Civic Associa tion President, Ralph Johnson, said it's a joy to see the two agencies working together and they've done a fabulous job. RALPH JOHNSON BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Ms. Lashaun Kinlock hopes that the upcoming year will be better for her and her family. The last three months of this year has kept her reel ing as one unpleasant event after another complicated her life The Sentinel featured Ms. Kinlock in an article on November 1st after a fire de stroyed the majority of her possessions. She said the com munity responded and she is grateful for the help she re ceived. Grant Park is a unique community that is divided be tween the city and county for services. c "I've always felt it would be ii: in the best interest of the resi "I made it known to city and county officials a few months ago to come out here and look at what we have to deal with. I told them we needed our community cleaned up like other areas of the city. I was surprised they responded so quickly. Mr. Johnson said the res idents are coming out of their homes to watch the progress and some are bringing items out so they can be taken away However something else took place that prompted her to warn others. In the article, her telephone number was printed as a means of contact She was contacted recently by a man who said his boss had read her story and wanted to help. He said he had read the article and that his boss wanted to donate a car to me. He said all I had to do was pay the taxes. u.. c z <( c en w :::: .... >a: w > w c w :::z::: en :J m :::: D.. z ...1 ...1 :::: m ...1 w z t= z w en <( c a: 0 ...1 u.. dents to combine the neigh borhood," said Mr. Johnson. "When they came out, I pointed out several areas that needed their services the most. So far they haven't missed one street." Mr. Johnson said this has been a long time coming for Grant Park, and the residents are happy to see their community being cleaned up. "Nothing has been missed by these guys, said Mr. Johnson. "T hey are removing aban doned cars, and paying special attention to areas where there has been a lot of illegal dumping. We all think this is a Christmas gift from the city and county to us." "I had never been through anything like this and I checked the phone number, and it was from the car lot. I told him that I only had $6o and he said his boss would 2012 Presidential Preference Primary Important Information .f last Day To Register to Vote or Change Party Affiliation: January 31 2012 .f Early Voting: January 16 January 28 .f Deadline to Request a Vote By Mail Ballot to be Mailed to You: January 25 at 5:00 pm .f Election Day: January 31, 2012 Important: Florida is a closed primary state. For the January 31 election, you must be a registered Republican to be eligible to vote for the Republican Party's presidential nominee. The last day to change party affiliation and be eligible to vote In the Presidential Preference Primary is January 3. Special Note to Voters In the Oty of Temple Terrace: There is a local referendum for the City ofTemple Terrace on the ballot January 31. All eligible voters without regard to party affiliation are entitled to vote on the referendum. Find Your Polling Place, See Your Ballot, Request and Track Your Vote By Mail Ballot at www.VoteHillsborough.org Earl Lennard, Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections l W' 2541 N. Falkenburg Road, Tampa, FL 1 (813) 744 VQter@hscoe.org MS. LASHAUN KINLOCK ... Warns others about scam artists take that." Ms. Kinlock said she met the man at the car lot last Fri day. "We test drove the car, filled out the paperwork, and everything. I was trying to get the insurance straight and I gave him the $60, but I forgot to get a receipt When I went back to get the receipt, the people at the car lot said he didn't work there and they thought that we were together. "That was all of the money I had in the world Who does that to a person?" Ms. Kinlock said she made a police report, but doesn't even know if the man used his real name. She just wants to warn others and let them know not to be so trusting. Her family was thrust into the spotlight after a gunman shot her 3-year-old daughter while shooting at another man. Ms. Kinlock said her daugh ter, Latavia, is doing well after her injury. Prior to the shooting, Ms Kinlock learned that her in fant began having seizures and spent a week in the hospital. The fire was the third unex pected event she was forced to deal with. Tampa Housing Authority relocated her and her four children to another apartment, but they lost the majority of their possessions. Neverthe less, through it all Ms. Kinlock said she is keeping a positive outlook. She said her family has been adopted for Christmas and she just wanted to make others aware that not everyone has the best intentions when reaching out to someone expe riencing unexpected problems. Monday, January 16, 2012 at 6:45A.M. Hyatt Regency Downtown Tampa Admission $30 -For Reserved 18bl8 of 10. 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' Editorials/Columns :II (USPS 2 0 21 4 0) I will not try to speak for 0 22 07 2 1s t Av e nue T a mpa Florida 3 3 60 5 (813 ) 248 19 2 1 Pub l ished E very Tu esday an d F r ida y B y a n y one else but I would not FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., want to liv e in an y city or m M e m ber o f N a t i onal Ne w s p ape r Publi s h e rs A ssoc i atio n ( NNPA ) n e ighborhood that doesn t a nd Am a l gam at e d Publish ers, Inc N e w Yor k ..,. 199 0 9 4 CP Tim e lnt e rnati o n a l have police officers. When m POSTMASTER: S e nd Addr ess Chang e To: trouble arises, generally the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, first iliing we do is call on God P .O. Box 3363 Tampa FL 33601 Pe riodic a l Postage Paid At Tampa FL I I for help and then sa y call the Say Merry Christmas TO A Cop don t interpret the = c. Blythe Andrews, Jr. I am a ware tha t the rel a cers out on our streets doing a last statement to mean iliat I 193o-2o1o (19n) tion s hip b e tw e en the Black bang-up J ob of deal1'ng WI' th am comparing police officers S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER c. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill PRESIDENT communi ty and police departcrime and providing help to to God. No person comes ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO ments across the nation have those in need. close to iliose standards. I am GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON CITY EDITOR been a bit frosty. It makes no difference what trying to address how badly HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER I am fully acquainted with we may think of ilie police, the police are needed and just BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER the charges of disrespect, but iliey make our communihow much we depend on LAVORA EDWARDS CLASSIFIED MANAGER racial profiling and brutality ties much safer than they fuem. Subscriptions-$44 ()()-8 Months Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Editions Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnlsls O Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the edltorlal stance of The Aortda Sentlnel Bulletin O the Publisher Congress: The Grinch Who Stole Christmas If it weren't so cold-hearted, it might even be funny. Congress vehemently opposed increasing taxes on millionaires, but had the audacity to cut federal home heating assistance benefits for poor people. Did we say "Grinch?" How about "Scrooge?" No wonder the number of "Occupiers" is explodirig in outrage at such insensitive legislation against middle class and poor Americans. Call us "Paul Revere." This editorial is an alarm for you to contact your representatives before Christmas. And here's why we are alarln.ed. Just when the cost of heating oil is going up by more than 16 percent and millions of Americans have been unemployed for years instead of months, Congress cuts funds for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (UHEAP) by a whopping 25 percent. Such butchery will directly affect nearly 9 million American households nationally, and thousands of Floridian senior citizens and poor families locally. Last year's winter was ruthless. Senior citizens died by the hundreds for lack of heat. We shudder to imagine what the future may bring. The fact that these cuts were made just before Christmas chills us to the bone. Global Warming Bv Benign Neglect Crooner Bing Crosby is famous for singing, "I'm dreaming of a white Christmas!" Surely, he had no idea of the catastrophe confronting our world due to global warming. But Crosby wasn't the only one who had no idea. Members of 190 countries recently spent millions of dollars to attend an international conference on global warming where the only thing warm was hotair. two weeks, they grumbled and debated in Durban, South Africa on how the world should approach and avoid a reality-doom scenario. However, in reality, the delegates from 190 participating countries could well have stayed home. Fully understanding that our earth needs to reduce carbon dioxide emissions significantly before 2020 (2012?), the Durban Debate failed miserably to reach an agreement because countries who produced the largest amount of greenhouse gases simply refused to cut their emission levels enough to reduce dangerous levels of carbon. Even though scientists have warned that time is not on our side, Durban representatives ate cake and went home fat and bloated. Meanwhile, the world reaches a point of no return with melting ice ca:ps, rising sea levels, and countless weather catastrophes. Most recently, weather forecasters are biting their nails in wait for another severe winter across America. Yes, Bing Crosby crooned. But had he attended Dur. ban's summit on global warming, no doubt, he would have cried. from the police officers towould be wiiliout iliem. Most I agree with those who say ward the Black community. officers of ilie law are normal the police department needs Blacks have every right to be American citizens with a job, some work. We should make angry, but not at every india family, bills and lives in one every effort to help make the vidual police officer of our many neighborhoods. changes that are necessary to It is the few and not the One iliing we have to really improve understanding and man y iliat are ilie root of iliis appreciate about cops is that relationships. problem. But, let us not paint every time iliey put on their In the meantime, all police all police offic ers with this uniforms and report for duty officers aren t bad. So let's say sa m e bro a d bru s h most of them don't really Merry Christmas to a police In iliat light don t g e t up se t know if ilie y will be returning officer. Buy some inexpensive with m e when I sa y to wis h an home after work. They never Christmas cards or make officer a M e rry Christmas. know when a sudden job call some and hand them out to There are so man y good offito duty may result in some depolice officers iliat you meet. Writing Mv Name In cursive The first time I heard that defy you to pay a visit to a word (cursive) I iliought my local school and ask an Engteacher had said, Curse it. lish teacher to show you her And I wondered Why students penmanship exerwould she be cursing at me, cises especially the exercises in the second grade?" I, of in "long-hand." course, later discovered No cursive, or long-hand, Mrs. Johnson was not as some people call it, has throwing profanities my never been easy. A rumor way, but was referring to a still contends that a well. time-honored art, which I known Tampa native was and thirty othe r students years ago summoned to a were about to struggle with chalkboard by his teacher for the remainder of our who proceeded to write the school years if not for the young man' s name on the rest of our lives. board in cursive The rumor I'm talking about a concludes ilie fellow (he was process known as penmanin high school ilien) stood at s hip ." Indeed we-even-par-the chalkboard grinning at ticipated in penmanship what ilie teacher h a d written ex ercis e s wh e r e we l earntld in long-hand: it was the how to prop e rl y construct young man' s name. capital letters "J ," S," G," Indeed ilie annals of pub-" Q, and such. Our p e nmanlie school lor e abound with s hip exercises led to full stories like that of the Tampa blown competition wherein natives especially regarding ilie winner of the contest was ilie learning and retaining of given the title of Mastercursive writing. How many P enman," and got to strut of y ou remember the ilireearound the schoolyard like a lin e d pap e r wher e in you had p e nguin, as long as he or she to form your letters prop didn t step on the feelings of erly? Jerry Batson, or Harlan As you recall, first you Savage, two of the play learned to print. Then you ground s bullies learned to write. Printing But the bottom line was and writing were never the everybody knew how to write sam e process. How many his or her name not only in times did you have your pait s printe d form but also' in p e rs r eturned because you long hand. Howev e r, if printe d and did not writ e you're one of the millions of your assignment? As a matformer students who know ter of fact the one item what I'm talking about, I which most classrooms ., Orproudly displayed was a :D poster directly above the 6 blackboard, which showed in l> painful precision how each letter in the alphabet was printed, then written z No BabyBoomer can for-J!! get the hours spent writing OJ and rewriting the proper way ? to make a cursive "W!" Un- fortunately, all of that agony gJ and the ecstasy, which fol-Z lowed it, are gone Perhaps, you've heard. OJ The art and teaching of the 6j art of cursive writing is dead ffi in the Hillsborough County 0 schools. English teachers no longer insist that their stu-m dents develop the ability to write "long-hand." Instead, word-processing has become m king of the written word. Ei-ther that or printing by hand is what most teachers receive l> when collecting homework. The argument is elemen-., tary. Twenty-first century :!Z needs (I -p}lones, cell-phones, laptops and such) do not include 19th Centwy abil ities (such as learning how to do math without a calcula-tor, or knowiilg how to write cursively ... long-hand"]. However our school system has another reason for abandoning the time-worn art of cursive writing: J t doesn t show up on FCAT! Hmml The eloquent writing of John Hancock, signer of ilie Declaration oflndepend ence and world-renowned for his penmanship skills seemingly will not ., be equaled in Hillsborough County schools beca u se FCAT can't develop a test for it. AS we stumble further into that goodnight of the 21st i centwy, I wonder what other G) abilities our children will un-m knowingly lose?

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Something To OCCUPV c u. For weeks now, I'v e bee n watching the Occupy Wall Street mov ement on television or reading about it in newspa pers. And the one thing that I've noticed from all of the coverage is the conspicuous absence of color among the protesters. Now I'm not one of those individuals who believe e very thing he sees or reads And I'm fully aware of the fact that the media has a way of manipulat ing the images it projects to suit its agenda. But the thing is, if what I've been witnessing hasn' t been altered and media outlets aren t purposely omitting the presence of Black people at these rallies across the coun-try, then my question c becomes, Why aren' t Black people being more involved? U. It isn t as if things are peachC es and cream on our side of the tracks either. Should not at least some of us be trying to ...... occupy something? 5J Being in prison, I feel the W need to protest almost every day. Especially when I hear > stories about people like former Penn State football Coach Jerry Sandusky and w other pedophiles, who remain c on the street while the federal government makes sport of en banging individuals over the ::J head with 10-to-!ife sentences m for crimes far less heinous If the people at these demon Z strations are half as frustrated i= as I am, I completely underW stand their willingness to ...I ...I camp out for days and weeks in an attempt to bring atten tion to th e ir cause. So a gain, I ask, Why aren' t people who look lik e m e doing the exact same thing? There has to be something that ticks Black people off. With the highest unemplo y ment rate, the highest dropout rate a mong our childr en, th e highest rate of home s for e closed upon during the hous ing crisis how can we not be mad a s hell? In all actuali ty we shouldn't be just part of the mov ement; we should be lead ing it with bullhorns and whis tle s The reason we'r e not c a n onl y b e attribut e d to a cha racter flaw that seems to b e entrenche d ins id e of our DNA ... Pas s ivenes s That passiveness caused o ur ancestors to allow Europeans and Asians to take over our homeland. It kept us in the bondage of slavery for over four hundred years And now that same passivity makes some of us more cont e nt with occupying a church pew or a bar stool than actively partici pating in a struggle that h as the potential to caus e real change I kind of like the slog an JayZ c a m e up with a few wee k s ago to place on T-shirts, Occup y All Street s." That i s really, what it' s all about. Taking a s tand where v er y ou are for whatever you feel is right. The other da y I read an arti -cle in th e pap e r about the out ra ge resident s of East Ta mpa h a d with the number of r oundabouts b eing place d throu g hout th e ir community. Whe n I finished, I wonder e d how far t hey w e r e willing to go to hav e their voices heard I thought about how cool it would b e if someone organized them to occupy Tampa City Hall. Or b ette r y e t, form a human roundabout at the interse ction of Kennedy and Ashle y on a Monda y m o rning so everyone can see how con fusing those things really are. Extreme? Yes. But imagine how attentive city council members would be then? There are tim e s when you have no choic e but to go all in when injustice appears to be prev a iling. If you'r e not willing to do that, then what's the point of complaining in the first place? Of course, I understand that not e veryone is cut out for the rigors of occupation (tear gas and p e pper spra y isn t for the faint of heart). But just b e cau se th a t i s n t y our cup of t ea d oes n t m e an you hav e to sit idly b y Th e r e is still something you can occupy that can make just as big of a difference And it may be the most powerful tool in a revolutionary's arsenal.. A voting booth. If a person can t take the time to at least do that then at the end of the day, whatever they get they fully deserve. Any one 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 Reality On Ice is b y the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Compan y :::: m ...I w z t= z w en AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! < c a: 0 ...I u. GIBBS &PARNELL, PA ATIORNEYS AT LAW A P. GIBBS. ESQ. THOMAS E. PARNELL, NURSING HOME NEGLECf OR MEDICAL MALPRACflCE. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. New Sentence oners Juvenile onender A Glimmer Of Hope BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The 1980s and 1990s were a turbulent time for teenage offenders in the United States Many of them arrested for serious crimes found adult prison sentences await ing them. On July 27, 1990, an armed robber shot a Tampa woman in the face. Four days later, police arrested a suspect and charged him with two counts of attempted first-degree murder, one count of robbery with a deadly weapon, and one count of attempted armed robbery. He was 13year-old Ian Manuel. Last Friday, Judge William Fuentes dismissed the two life sentences without the possibility of parole against Manuel. He let stand the converted 40-year sentence for attempted murder and re-sentenced him to 65 years for the two life sentences. The 65-year sentence is to run concurrent with the previous 40-year sentence. The new sentence offers Manuel a glimmer of hope that he may walk out of prison one day. He has already served 21 years. Although no release date has been determined, Manuel was sentenced under the old guidelines, which means that he could technicall y be released in the near future. During the hearing, Manuel made a statement reg a rding his re-sentencing. "It' s not too late for me to be w h a t I might have been. Life In Prison During his incarceration, Manuel has spent the majority of his sentence, 18 years, in solitary confinement. He has also attempted suicide on more than one occasion. Since his sentence began more than two decades ago, Manuel has lost all members of his immediate family. His mother, grandmother, and only brother have all died However, Ms. Cathy Miller, a family friend continues to remain in contact with him. The Crime According to police, two young men approached Ms. Debbie Baigrie, a gym trainer, and Danny Delrosal, who was walking her to her car in downtown IAN MANUEL ... "It's not too late for me to be what I might have been." Tampa, on July 27, 1990, and asked for change for a $20. Then the men allegedly demanded money. At some point during the encounter, Ms. Baigrie, who was 28 at the time and the mother of a 1-year-old, was shot in the face. A second shot missed her as she ran. Delrosal was not injured. On April 11, 1991, Manuel stood before a judge in a Hillsborough County Courtroom to learn his fate. The judge sentenced the 14-year-old to 15 years for the attempted robbery. He also handed down 3 life sentences without the possibility of parole --1 for armed robbery, and two for attempted first-degree murder. In 2000, one of the life sentences for attempted murder was converted to 40 years, but the other two remained. At that time, Manuel became the second 13-year old in the country to receive such a sentence when the victim had survived. The other was Joe Sullivan, who had received a similar sentence for sexual assault and robbery of a 72-year-old woman. Both defendants were African American and Florida judges handed down the sentences to both. Supreme Court Ruling In November 2009, the U. S. Supreme Court heard testimony in the case of Graham vs. the State of Florida. Terrance Graham, another youthful offender accused of commit ting a home invasion robbery while in the company of two adults. 'Six months after hearing the case, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that life without parole sentences for juveniles convicted of non-homicide offenses unconstitution'al. The ruling opened the doors for dozens of other defendants to be re-sentenced

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College Forum ., c Calling All College And College Bound Students! c m (") BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer If college is your dream or future destination, then the Tampa Bay Workforce Al liance is the place you want to be this weekend. On Saturday morning (De cember 17), the Tampa District Sons of Allen, along with the organization, Resolve to Suc ceed, is hosting a free College Forum for parents and stu dents who are in middle, high school or community college. The goal is to allow the group to meet and interact with students who a re cur rently attending four-year col leges and universities and get valuable information on every thing from financial aid to overcoming the challenges of university life. A 16-year-old can relate to a 20-year-old any day in terms of credibility, says Dayle Greene, one of several planners for the eve nt. Greene has spent years tirelessly helping families in the Bay area and beyond pre pare for and adjust to college life He says, "The mission is to have peers relate to peers on what it takes to get into and out of college; as well as for them to learn firsthand some of the trials, tfibulations suc cesses and challenges of being in college." Parents benefit from the forum, too. Greene says there are sessions during the seminar to help parents better understand the dynamic s of supporting their child s educa tional journey. Linda Bell and her husband, Jeff have at tended the event for years with their two children. She says the forums inspired her son, Jeffrey, Jr., who is now a freshman at FloridaA&M Uni versity. "All I knew i s he wanted to go to FAMU. That was his dream since elemen-"PROFESSIONAL, CAPABLE AND READY TO HELP." MANY PEOPLE KNOW HOW TO FINO AN AnORNEY BUT DON' T KNOW HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT AnORHEY FOR THEIR NEEDS. you CAN TRUST OUR TAM" "WHERE THE PROS ARE" FREE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO UP TO $10,000 FOR LOST WAGES AND MEDICAL CARE! PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Transportation Available Auto Repair -Body Shop Care Provided Pharmacy Free Delivery Attorneys Provided AND MORE. FREE Auto Injury Help Linel SPECIALIZING IN: Auto Accldenta, Bu., Bicycle, Motorcycle, Slip & Fall, Pedntrtan Accldenta, LO.t W .. 1 Wtongful Deth and More . GET THE HELP YOU NEED WHEN YOU NEED IT MOSTI FROM OUR TEAM OF PROS CAll JAMES HAIRRIELL Ar(813) 409-4253 AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAY/7 DAYS A WEEK OFFICES IN HILLSBOROUOH, PINELLAS & PASCO allproreferral.com tary school. By working with Dayle Greene he was able to tour the school and get schol arships. His grade point aver age, at the time, was 2.97 He needed a 3 0 to get into the en gineering program. The Col lege Forum gave him the motivation he needed to get his G .P.A. up to 3-4 The forum begins at 8:30 a. m. and lasts until10 a. m Stu dents who are home from col lege for the holidays are also encouraged to attend, even if you are not registered as one of the speakers. You're asked to m show up in your college para-3: phernalia at The Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance located at :D 9215 N. Florida Avenue in Tampa. For more information .I\) contact Dayle Greene at (813) 732-3268. ....

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DECEMBER 17, 2011 5:30P.M. Comfort Inn Busch Blvd. & Nebraska Ave . . Tampa,_ 33604 MISSIONARY CHURCH Extends an Invitation to you on our Featured Guest for the Month of December 2011 Local Land Donated For -Sidewalks At TraHic Fatalilv Site BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the commu nity attributed the death of a young expectant mother and her unborn child killed last month in a traffic accident to poor lighting and a lack of sidewalks. Since that time, the woman's sister has appeared at several meetings asking for improvements in the area where the deaths occurred. During City Council meet ing on Thursday, Council members learned that the family owning land where the The Chocolate Nutcracker Opens This Weekend BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer The annual production of "The Chocolate Nutcracker" takes the stage this weekend. "Chocolate," as participants af fectionately call it, opens Satur day night at the Mahaffey Theater in St. Petersburg Nearly 150 children, as young as four years old, will perform in the stage production of the urban version of the holiday classic. Chocolate incorporates African, Ballet, Hip-Hop and Jazz dance as it chronicles the tale of a chocolate covered nut cracker given as a gift to a young girl named Claire. The production tells of their world wide travels in a dream setting that includes stops in Harlem, Egypt and West Africa. Choreographers from Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta and the Bay area contributed to the production. Shows are Saturday at 7:30 p. m. and Sunday afternoon at 3p.m. 25 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box 2!10415 'Uimpa, R. 33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOwalllchn.o MS. MONICA ALVAREZ .. Died after being struck from behind on N. 43rd Street near Hillsborough Avenue accident occurred has donated property for sidewalks. The in stallation will be completed by February of next year. Mayor Bob Buckhorn said, I would like to thank the Urso Family for the gracious donation of the land needed to construct a sidewalk on N. 43rd Street near Hillsborough Avenue. The City puts a pnority on investing in neighborhoods and improving the quality of life of our citizens. The Urso Family's generosity benefits the community and helps us meet that commitment. The accident that claimed the life of Ms. Monica Alvarez, and her unborn son Angel, took place on Novem ben61h. It left her 1-year-old daughter, Imani, was admit ted to the hospital with head injuries She remains hospital ized. Ms. Shanita Little and her daughter, Marquisha, who is also 1-year-old were also injured in the accident. They were treated and re leased for their injuries. Earlier this month, the first street light was installed on N. 43rd Street with a sec ond planned. Speed tables are also scheduled for completion before Ordinance Passed For Impounding Cars Involved In Prostitution On Thursday, the Tampa City Council vote d nearly unanimously to approve an ordinance presented for a second reading regarding the impounding of ve hicles in volved in prostitution. According to City of Tampa Code Section 14.30, the ordinance will prohibit the utilization of a motor ve hicle in the commission of of fenses relating to prostitution, lewdness or drugs with the penalty being the impounding of vehicles used in violation of the code. Councilman Frank Reddick added that he would like to see the funds accumulated from the im pounding of the vehicles put into a fund for public safety instead of the city's general fund. "I feel by putting the funds in the public safety pot instead of the city's fund, they would be readily available for law enforcement and future operations. The lone dissenting vote on the ordinance came from Councilwoman Mary Mulhern, who said she felt the impounding of vehicles would bring a hardship on families with only one vehicle. Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#I Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks, NR Owner .,

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arts .,... a: w m := w 0 Bucs -Prepare Forcowbovs The message at Tampa Ba y > Buccaneer headquarters is < loud and clear. Now is the preparing for After suffering their 7th straight loss, a humiliating 41-14 thumping by the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Bucs (4-9) can now start allowing their starters to heal for next season, and give playing time to second and third string players. The Bucs front office will also decide whether they will retain head coach Raheem Morris, in spite of glowing support from the players that he stay on. This Saturday, the Bucs will face off against the Dallas Cowboys at Raymond James Stadium. The Cowboys are coming off a heartbreaking loss to their division rivals, the New York Giants. The Cowboys now are tied for the lead in the NFC East division. Depending on what sports show you watch or listen to, Josh Freeman needs to be benched for the rest of the season to allow his ailing shoulder to heal, along with other players nursing nagging injuries. Kickoff Saturday will be at 8:20p. m. The final two games for the Bucs are against the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Falcons, both road games. Grambling State Wins SWAC ChampionshiP When Grambling State was looking at a 15-0 deficit Saturday, there were two people who didn't panic and knew the Tigers were more than capable of defeating Alabama A&M. With both teams entering the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) Championship game with identical 8-4 records, it came down to a matter of whether Alabama A&M would be able to retain their 15-0 lead Grambling State quarterback, D. J. Williams, could n't have had a better head coach on the sidelines to keep him calm, and assure him the Tigers could still win the game. It also helped that D.J.'s head coach was his dad, Super Bowl MVP, Doug Williams. Doug Williams was seen throughout the course of the game giving his son all the wisdom and guidance that he had gained as a successful NFL quarterback. With Alabama A&M going into the locker room with a 15-0 lead, Grambling scored in the third quarter to bring the score to 15-9. Then the Williams team secured the victory with a late score and the final16-15 victory. Doug and D.J. took Grambling State to their sixth SWAC championship. D.J., who graduated from Tampa Catholic, said he was always confident they were Plant CIIV Running Back Finalist For audJ' Award Plant City High School running back, Dazmond Patterson, has been named one of 12 finalists for the PARADE Magazine 'Rudy' Award, which recognizes young athletes for their ability to inspire and motivate others. grew up in a sin gle parent family with two sib lings and a rotating number of foster children. Patterson's mother served as a positive role model for him, setting high standards for his bebavi.or and academic performance. His mother is a therapeutic foster parent and has cared for nine children over the course of five years. Patterson bas maintained a 4.8 grade point average and also bas volunteered as a tutor and helped his mother earn her Master's in Educational Leadership. Patterson bas signed a letter of intent to attend Ohio State University. A committee consisting of Troy Aikman, Drew Bledsoe, and Shaun Alexander will select the winner and two runners up. D.J. WILLIAMS, Grambling freshman quarterback, with his dad and head coach, Doug Williams. going to win, even though how to be a quarterback, so they were down a halftime I'm really an extension of "We've been down before, both of them when I'm on the and always came back. Now field." that we've won the SWAC, I'm D.J. said be expects the going to rest up and prepare Tigers will be even better next for next season." year, and with players on the D.J., who will enter his team like Andre Gunn, sophomore year, said his dad Jamie Knott, Dawrence played a big role in making Roberts, Dominic Bell, sure be was ready to play. Chris Ramsey and "We have a great relation-Jo.nathan Williams, who ship and sometimes be does all played high school ball in expect more from me than the the Tampa area, D.J. other guys. said it made him feel more "It was him along with my relaxed and gave him someuncle, Mike, who taught me one to relate to.

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'"IT S arts Former Tampa Grid Star LeBron James To Baseball Star Anacked To Plav In 'Champs 11 After Confronting Man Spons Bowl' Peeing on His Car BY LEON B . CREWS Sentinel Staff No one is prouder of their son's accomplishments than Hiram Green, who is employed at the University of South Florida's Health Office of Communications and Marketing Green's son, Christian Green, is a wide receiver for the Florida State Seminoles, and will join his teammates for their final game in the Champs Sports Bowl against Notre Dame. Christian, who is a gradu ate of Tampa Catholic High School, is a sophomore at Florida State. During his freshman year at the school, he hurt his shoulder, and was given a medical red shirt so he wouldn't' lose a season of eli gibility. Hiram Green said he's traveled to Tallahassee on several occasions to watch his son play, and was just as excited as Christian. "His dad said, "during his senior year at Tampa Catholic, he narrowed his choices of where to go down to three." "He was being heaVily recruited, and wanted to stay in CHRISTIAN GREEN Florida. He rebounded great this season after hurting his shoulder to become the team s third leading receiver." "As a parent, it can be nerve racking watching your son play. I just want to see him do well. "I tell him the same thing today I've always told him, and that's to keep working hard, be the best, and let the chips fall where they may I always encourage him to do whatever it takes to perfect his craft." "Christian is quite busy right now with final exams and preparing for their final game, but he still finds the time to call home and speak to the family. LEBRON JAMES Miami Heat star LeBron James is ready to try his skills at retail. The new concept store UNKNWN will open to the public on Dec. 16 at Aventura Mall. James is co-owner of the boutique, which is expect e d to offer clothing and shoes for men and women, as well as accessories and more The store will carry popular brands like DRx Romanelli, Engineered Garments, Stussy, OriginalFake and 3.1 Phillip Lim, as well as exclusive editions and special designs by James. Tampa Rays pitcher David Price is 6-foot-6, but even he doesn't want to tangle with a man in midstream. The star was attacked by a man he caught peeing on his car after a charity fundraiser last Friday night. The 26-year-old was not injured, but the man pushed him and threw a wild punch after the pitcher approached him outside the restaurant, where Price had been DAVID PRICE serving as a celebrity bartender. Chris Paul Traded To Clippers The NBA-owned Hornets pressed for a good deal for Chris Paul and got one with the Clippers the No. 1 over all selection. The Clippers initially backed off including Gordon (22.3 points a game) and the unprotected draft pick in the deal earlier in the week. But with CHRIS PAUL Look for Heat star to make an appearance at the store on opening day. The Clippers sent shooting guard Eric Gordon, center Chris Kaman, small forward Al-Farouq Aminu and their unprotected 2012 first-round draft pick to the New Orleans Hornets for Paul and a pair of 2015 second-round picks. The 2012 pick, tied to the performance of the Minnesota Timberwolves, could become the Lakers possibly re-enter ing the picture to court Paul, the Clippers relented. Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs AJC Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes CV Joints Transmission Sef\liceNew & Used Tlres And Morel USED TIRES $;20 Up 1b $150.00 OIL CHANGE ; -IS .J GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 215135118 225140118 225135120 245135120. 245130122 265130/22 295130/22 24' 26' 28'AND MOREl '. "U c: m r Cii ::::t: m c m < m -t c: m en c ,. z c ., c

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New Year's Eve-This light h earted romanc e film with a collec tion of big n a me stars received bad reviews by most of th e critics. The movie moved fast and is a must-s ee for couples. No. 1 at box office Made $13M. (Budget-$s6M). **** 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 $65M. (Budget $45M). **** Arthur Christmas -Arthur Christmas could be a classic The movie is different and fresh for the kids. Must-see! Made $33M (Budget N/ A).**** Hugo -Overall, Hugo was a good movie, but for kids, the movie moves too slow and is a bit confusing until the end. (2 hrs.)-Wait for the video. Made $3 3M. (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 e nding. A set up for Part 2. (1 hr./ 40 mins.). Made $259M. (Budget $noM). **** Happy Feet Two -The penguins return with a mess age about bad climate change and a little mixture of "Fi nding N e mo." Good for the kids Made $56M. (Budget N/ A). **** 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 $79M. (Budget $75M). **** 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 $74M (Budget $75M). ***1/2 813lessons learned -.. Unaware Happiness" Lesson25 Bv laurel Johnson-Page SUMMARY: When you lay down with dogs you mu5t deal with the fleas. After almost being attacked in the parking garage Vickie agrees to lend Mike the money to help get him out of trouble. Once the check has been written things get steamy. Will she fall back into the web of Mike's lies? Sharie is faced with the dilemma of caring for the child that her husband conceived during their marriage with another woman or letting Child fur tective Services take him off ofher hands. Join the Ladies of813 in this week's article 813 Lessons Learned "Unaware Happiness" at www.tlsentinelnow.com. Horoscopes c Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You're in the middle of a growth spurt Take your vitamins and get m plenty of r est. Not knowing can be a good thing. Let your mind wander. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Learn from young people: They haven' t decided that they can't yet. 3: A partner plus distant contacts equal profit. Help comes from unexpected sources. llJ Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Your work behind the scenes is paying off. You can rely on others, an d they rely on you. You've built a web of mutual support. Now refine for cos t-efficiency. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Take on more responsibility. Listen to group members and put their logic to good use. Crowd-sourcing has practical applications. Your enthusiasm s attractive. Aries (March 21-April19)-Complete the projects that have been waiting, even if you don't want to ::= anymore. Clear space for the new Make plans with the people you love most. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Listen to a dear one explain. Support them even when you're upset. Complete a home-improvem e nt project Choose the path that you're most passionate about Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Oh, the things you can learn. Don't push yourselftoo hard. Drink plenty of water, and get good rest. Cash flow improves Only buy what you need right now. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Money makes the world go round, even when you're not paying atten tion. Turn a need into a possibility. You have more than you think. Save resources. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Finish up tasks without a fuss. Sit down with an accountant. It feels so good when it 's done. Balance your work and your love life. Reward yourself with relaxation. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Problems are becoming easier to solve, but hold off traveling for now. Find the right balance A friend or a dream may provide an answer. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Your friends appreciate your discipline, which gives you more time to play. Get into both work and fun modes, and involve your team. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Avoiding controversy is not so easy now You may have to use diplomacy. It's all for the best of the community, anyway Incidentally, your reputation grows. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Jackie delivers a confession to Eric; Bill plans a Mexican holiday for his family; Stephanie gives Hope advice; Katie and Liam have a candid conversation. 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:= ntertainment c;?_ Fantasia Gives Birth To Bov Mvstikal Joins cash Gucci Mane To Pav Child Support ffi Fantasia Barrino rem portedly gave birth to a healthy baby boy. U According to sources, the American Idol checked into Presbyterian hospital in c Charlotte North Carolina a: Monday afternoon with her LL boyfriend Antwaun Cook. c a: LL c z w c w :::r:: (/) :::i m ::::: D.. z t= w ...J ...J ::::: m ...J w z t= z w (/) C a: 0 ...J LL Barrino's wasn't expected to deliver until December 29. This is the singer's second child, but her first child with Cook. She currently has a 10year-old daughter, Zion. Fantasia has yet to for mally acknowledge that Antwaun Cook is the father of her baby, but has re ceived considerabl e backlash from her followers b e cause FANTASIA BARRINO Cook is still legall y m a rri e d to his estranged wif e, Paula. The r e lation s hip was con trover s i a l becau se Paula Cook claim s Barrino began a n aff a ir with h e r hus band in the s umm e r of 2009, whil e the coupl e we r e happil y married Monev Records MYSTIKAL Former New Orleans ri vals are now one as Mystikal has officiall y joined the YMCMB family. Mystikal signed to Cash Money in November and his fir s t album s inc e r eturning hom e pri s on i s sc heduled to drop in the Sprin g of 2012. 50 Cent's Producer Shot And Killed Produ ce r and Music Exec uti v e John Atterberry has di e d. Atterberry was the victim of a random shooting spre e in California on Friday. Atterberry w as hit b y random gunfire and later died from h i s wounds Gucci Mane and his baby mama, Sheena Evans came to an amicable meeting when it came to the support of their 4-year-old son. Gucci, real name Radric Davis, has agreed to pay $2,026 a month in child support and they both agreed t h a t Sheena would have primary physical custody and Gucci gets visitaGUCCI MANE tion as his schedule permits. Kellv's Mansion On Sale For S2.9M The gated, 16-room mansion built by Grammy Award winner R. Kelly in 97 in suburban Olympia Fields is officially on the market. Kelly, 44, is selling the mansion, part of a $ 2 9M foreclosure lawsuit, for $ 1.595M Kelly reportedly fail e d to make mortgage payments on the property. JPMorgan Chase filed a fore closure suit on the M a r o s Lane manR.KELLY sion in July The home's appraised value went from an estimated $ 5.2M to $3 8M in the span of a y ear. Hammer Owes $700,000 In Back Taxes U Can't Touch This. Well a ppa rentl y the U. S. go vernment sa y s differentl y The one-time King Of Rap MC Hammer still owes the I.RS. $779,585 in back taxes and has now filed a lawsuit against the Oaktown MC and his wife The back taxes are mainl y from his financially troubled years 1996 and 1997, and the governm e n t wants any concert earnings automati-cally di-MC HAMMER rected back to the government. Hammer filed for bankruptcy in 1996 after being more than $13M in debt.

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Lntertainment ---:---==w=il=-lo-w-=li=-_e_a_m_s-=u-p ___ 'All-American Muslim' Ad Space Receives Hate Mail For Holidav Shopping Spree After Shocking After Lowes created some open ad time, Russell Simmons filled it in a high profile way. The music legend and entrepreneur tweeted on Mon day that he bought all the remaining _ad space on ''AllAmerican Muslim," the TLC reality show that has been at the center of a recent media buy controversy. "Just purchased re maining spots for #allamericanmuslim for next week," he RUSSELL wrote. "The SIMMONS show is now sold out! keep your money @lowes and we will keep ours." Jav-z Sets Ticket Price For Benefit Show In an effort to draw the fi nancial crowd to his show, Hov has set the price tag very high. The show will benefit the Shawn Carter Scholarship Fund and the United Way of New York City. "I want to do my part to make sure everyone has an opportunity," Jay-Z said in an interview. "It's really a shame when someone has drive and really wants to further their education, and they're unable to because of their financial situation." The ticket prices ranging from $soo $2,500 is meant to draw the more wealthy fig-ures and executives. The general public tick ets will be sold at a m u c h cheaper price on January 30th. JAY-Z "This is about connecting people to help other people," Jay-Z This performance will mark the first time that the Hall has hosted an entire show featuring a Hip Hop Artist. Elimination A contestant on The X-Fact o r Rachel C r 0 w NICOLE 13,broke SCHERZINGER down last week after being eliminated from the vocal competition. And days after Crow's exit, show judge, Nichole Scher-zinger is receiving vicious hate mail. During last week's show, audience members and view ers at home where shocked when the young songstress crumbled to the floor sob bing in tears, after hearing the news she was voted off. Both Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul voted for Crow to stay, but it was Scherzinger that had the final vote and couldn't make a decision which ultimately sent the show's voting process into deadlock. Votes of viewers at home determined Crow's fate however Scherzinger is taking heat for not having the "courage" to vote for Crow, when it really mattered. Target teamed up with the Willow Smith and her "Kids Helping Kids" campaign to award eight deserv ing New York kids and their families with a holiday shopping spree in the Target Harlem store. The lucky kids were selected based on a nomination from The Boys and Girls Club of NYC for displaying leadership and ac-ademic ex cellence. Fifty excited honor roll students from The Harlem Chil-dren's Zone WILLOW SMITH also joined in on the early morning festivities to cheer on the families as they sped through the store. Snoop Dogg To Be Contestant On 'The Price Is Right' "The Price Is Right" will hold its first ever celebrity week and Snoop Dogg will be one of the contestants. Snoop, who will be playing for his Snoop's Youth Football League charity, will join other stars including actress Jenny McCarthy, actor Neil Patrick Harris, rocker Chris Daughtry and supermodel Heidi Klum. Snoop's Youth Football League charity is a nonprofit, which teaches children the importance of teamwork, camaraderie, and education through football. Mike Richards, executive ducer proof "The Price Is Right," suggested that Snoop may have did real well on the show. "Each one .....--......... SNOOP DOGG had their own unique strat-, egy to win. Let's just say 5 Snoop knows mo;re about JJ the price of grocery items than you might think!" en Here's the rundown of m episodes: Monday, January 2 !j -Snoop Dogg playing for z Snoop Youth Football p! League. aJ c: r rm :j z

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Funerals/Memoriam . -.---.-----. c a: LL c z < c (/) w ::J .... > a: w > w c w :::r::: (/) ::J m ::J a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::J m Homegoing services for Mrs. Curlie Holley of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, December 9, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2011, at 11 a. m. at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church, 2511 E. Columbus Dr., Rev. Allen CusseatLx, Sr., officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Curlie Holley was born on June 6 1927, in Fort Gaines, Georgia. She was the second of ten children born to Raymond and Candice Jackson. She attended school in Ft. Gaines and Edison, Georgia, where she met and married her beloved Mack Arthur Holley. To this union five children were born. Upon moving to Tampa, they joined New Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church. Curlie was a faithful member for over so years serving on the Choir and Usher Board #1. She was a Senior Companion for Hillsborough County. She also taught school in Edison, Georgia, and was employed by Edward's Pipe and Tobacco Shop in Tampa, and with Hillsborough County Schools at Oak Park Elementary and Middleton High School. Early Friday morning, Mrs. Holley went to meet, waiting for her in Glory: her husband, Mack Arthur Holley; son, Mack Oliver Holley; parents, Raymond and Candice Jackson; 2 sisters, Dellaphine Thomas and Bernice Jackson; and 3 brothers, Leo Jackson, Charles Jackson and Eddie Roy Jackson. ...J She leaves to cherish her W memories: children, Irma Williams (Ernest) Valrico, FL, z Arthur Holley (Brenda), James w Holley and Raliegh Holley, all of (f) Tampa; 2 grandsons, Lupatric. k ct Williams (Tanya) and Xavier C Holley; 7 granddaughters, Ataa: laya Holley, Bridgette Canty 0 (Jerrilaine), Demetria Holley, ...J Ashley Mackey (Karmi), AmLL berly Holley, Dasia Holley and < I co Alexis Holley; 13 great grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild; sisters, Catherine Powers, Snellville, GA, Louise Holley, Ft. Gaines, GA, Merlene Leaphart (Lawrence), Waycross, GA, Merlyn Armstrong (Raymond), Southfield, Michigan; brother,. Ray Jackson (Venecia), Tampa; sisters-inlaw, Willie Mae Jackson, Artie Jackson and Savannah Johns; brother-in-law, Rochelle Holley; and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at New Mt. Zion M. B. Church on Friday from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from s:30-6:30 p. m. Family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 10:4s"a. m. on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Funeral services for Mrs. Annie C. Daniels will be conducted Saturday, December 17 2011, at 2 p. m. at the Ministry Of Spirit And Truth, 131 7 E. Holland Street. The Interment will follow at Garden of Memories. Mrs. Annie C Daniels was born in Moultrie, Georgia. She was a member ofTemple Of Deliverance Church. She loved the Lord and loved to pray. She was a good mother, grandmother and father. She retired as a nurse in Apopka, FL. She loved to fish and listen to gospel music. Her favorite songs were, "Walk Around Heaven All Day" and "I'm Gt>ing Home." She was preceded in death by: her husband, Leroy Daniels; parents, John and Maggie Smith; 5 sons, Howard Murray, Johnny James Murray, Joseph Daniels, Johnny Lee Daniels and Jamie Wehe; 2 daughters, Rosetta Davis and Fannie Mae Daniels; 3 sons-in-law, Allen Jackson, Ralph Davis and Edward Floyd; 2 sisters-in-law, Ethal Smith and Dorothy Smith; daughter-in-law, Mary Daniels; 3 sisters, Novella Wright, Tiny Bell Smith Worthy and Jessie Knight; 2 brothers, Oscar Smith and John Smith, Jr.; and 2 brothers-in-law, Wesley Worthy and Freeman Wright. Her memories will be cherished by: 7 daughters, Mary Roberson, Bessie Jackson (Allen), Yvonne Daniels (Earnest), Trina Worthy (Carlo), Tricia Worthy (James), and Gloria Daniels, all of Tampa, and Maggie Floyd (Robert), Clearwater, FL; 7 sons, JD Murray (Norma), Gibsonton, FL, Herbert Daniels (Sheila), Joshua Daniels (Jean), Clearwater, FL, Roylee Daniels (Ruth), Salisbury, MD, Henry Daniels, Omaha, NE, Ezznrd Daniels and Anthony Worthy (Sherry), Tampa; sister, Mary Thomas (Johnny); brother, Henry Smith (Maggie), of Salisbury, MD; 7 granddaughters, Tierra Zabulon (Sam), Teresa Fuller, Anna Maddox, Senita Daniels, Bianca Murray, Brittany Worthy and Latoya Garrison; 9 grandsons, Jerry Phillips (Marcin), Fredrick Garrison (Latoya), Robert Daniels (Rhonda), Adrian Daniels, Antonio Willis, DeAndre Daniels, Keith Maddox, Marcus Smith and Malcolm Smith; 2 caring nieces, Mary Rollins (Johnny) and Sharlie Mae Quimbley; a devoted in-law, Louise Miller of Clearwater, FL; goddaughter, Veronica Booth; and a host of nieces, nephews and other wonderful relatives and friends; 74 grandchildren and 54 great grandchildren; 69_ nieces and nephews; and her caregivers, Rite, Jackie, Mary Southwell and Nancy Chase. Viewing will be held from 6-8 p. m., Friday, December 16, 2011, nt Gudes Funernl Home, 4050 E Hillsborough Ave. GUDES FUNERAL HOME MS. CONNIE MAHONE NEAl,Y Memorial services for Ms. Connie Mahone Nealy will be held Saturday, December 17, 2011 at 11 a.m. at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witness Palm River Congregation, 4802 17th Avenue South, Tampa, 33619. Ms. Connie Mahone Nealy passed away on Friday, December 9, 2011. She was a native of Tampa. Connie was a graduate of Brandon High School, class of 1968. She was employed by Florida Blood Services for over 25 years before she became ill. Connie had a love for baking. She was very close to her family and friends and will be sadly missed. She leaves cherished memories to: her children, Christopher Mahone-LaMesha of Tampa, Brandy Strickland and spouse, Donald of Jacksonville, FL, and Velvet Nealy of Tampa; souse, Ricky Nealy; siblings, Carolyn G. Purnell and spouse, James of Tampa, Geneva Mahone Harrison and spouse, Ben of Miami, FL, Davita Mahone Walker and spouse, Milton of Miami, FL, Vanessa Mahone of Alabama, David Mahone of Miami, FL, Israel Mahone of Miami, FL, and Antwan Mahone of Miami, FL; grandchildren, Tanisha Williams, Gabriel Nealy, Holden Strickland, Harlem Mahone and Shannon Mahone; devoted friend, Stephanie Burks; and a host of cousins and friends. Friends attending the funeral are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT ERNEST MOSLEY a.k.a., T. C. From Pensacola, FL, But was a Tampa 0. G., loved and respected by many throughout the world. He suffered a lot but was always hnppy and down for the party. He will live on through his 4 children, 18 grnndchildrcn nnd close friends. No more suffering, Big J>oppn. Gone, but never forgotten. New Zion Missionnry Bnptist Church, u82 Brownell Street, Clenrwnter, FL, 3:J756. MR. JOHNNY JOE SMOKEY WILLIAMS Homegoing services for Mr. Johnny Joe Smokey Williams, who passed away on Thursday, December 8, 2011, will be held on Saturday, December 17, 2011, at 2 p. m at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Eugene Johnson, Pastor of St. Annis Primitive Baptist Church of Deland, FL, officiating. Mr. Johnny Joe Smokey Williams was born in Colquitt, Georgia, on January 25, 1960. He attended the public schools in Hillsborough County. He enjoyed fishing and l aughing through life with no worries. He worked much of his life as a forklift operator at \Veyand & Sons Foods Co. Mr. Joe Smokev Williams was a d evoted fa the; and grandfather. He was preceded in death by his mother, Julie Green. He leaves to cherish his memories: wife, Patricia \Villiams: 4 sons, Jonterrell Darnell Williams (Kenisha), Jontez Tamorris \Villiams and Jonathan Everett \ Villiams, all of Tampa, and Johnny Joe Everett Williams, II (Rosalyn) of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: s tepchildren. T yren Tee Thomas, Anthony Ant Owens, Miracle Everett, and Andre Everett; fathe r John \Villiams (Vernita) of McDonough Georgia; grandchildren, Imoni Rena' \<\1illiams Ja Kayla \Villiams, and Johnny Joe La\'
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MRS. WILLIE MAE GREEN Mrs. Willie Mae Green of Tampa passed away on Tues day, December 6, 2011. A homegoing service celebrating the life of Mrs. Willie Mae Green will be held on Saturday, December 1 7 2011 at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, Pastor, Rev. T. D. Leonard, with Pastor Dwayne K. Gaddis of Mt. Zion A. M E. Church of Riverview, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery, Tampa. She was born in Marianna, FL, and at an early age became a resident of Tampa, where she has resided for the past 86 years. She attended local schools in Hillsborough County. She was employed as a Domestic Worker for many years. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Ethel Lee HuffHayes and George Milton; son, Donald G. Fields; sister, Annie M. Goldsmith; brothers, Ernest Scott and Leroy Milton; and nephews, Wayne Milton and Eugene Goldsmith. She leaves a legacy of love and cherished memories to: three sons, George W Green, Bernard (Juanita) Green of Atlanta, GA, and Leonard (Earlene) Green; two daughters, Simmons of Cleveland, OH, and Gwendolyn (Rev. T. L.) Williams; grandchildren, George (Alfreda) Green of North Carolina, Wanda Devard, Leonard Green, Jr., Michelle Simmons, Gail Simmons, Joyce (Rodney) Mason, of Cleveland, OH, Tawndra (Marcus) Boykin, Jersey, Willie (Sheline) Jackson, m ofLosAngeles, CA, Donald Fields, Donnetta Fields Debra Saucier, Renee (Phillip) Jackson and Patricia (David) Dell; and a host of great grandchildren, great nephews, nieces and cousins; a brother, Nathaniel (Virginia) Milton of Delaware; two nieces, Diana Goldsmith of New Jersey, and Kim Dobson, of Delaware; five nephews, VJ.rgil Goldsmith of Detroit, Milton (Marilyn) Goldsmith of Maryland, Chris Milton of Philadelphia, Nathaniel (Jacqueline) Milton, Jr., and Curtis (Audrey) Milton of Delaware; devoted family and friends, Cole and Green, Latson, Puerto, Finch, Scott, Fields, Carey, Hemmingway, Sanders, Robinson, Betty Letzner and family, Reeves family_ of Miami, Harvey family of Marianna, FL, Gloria Adams, Bobby Giddens, Mary Flowers, Dorothy Davis, Vera Hart, Pearlie Mae Dasher, the Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church family of Riverview, State Street Neighbors, Dr. Peter Park, Dr. Praveen Robatgi and staff; and a host of other loving relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, December 16, 2011, at Ray Willlam.S Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Friends attending the homegoing celebration on Saturday are asked to please assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuperalhome.com MR. BILLY JENKINS Mr. Billy Jenkins, of 6811 N. 47' h Street, Tampa, passed away Wednesday, December 7 2011. Funeral services will be conducted S aturday, December 1 7 2011 at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 N. Howard Avenue, with Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Billy Jenkins was a native of Lakeland, Georgia, and a resident of Tampa. He attended the schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Brandon High School in 1975. He attended Hillsborough Community College until entering the United States Army. Billy served his country proudly for four years before being medically discharged. He was preceded in death by: his fathers, (biological) Bill Jenkins and Henry Smith; and a brother, Frederick "Tub" Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins leaves to cherish fond memories of him: a loving and devoted mother, Annie Doris Smith; his daughter, Ashley Jenkins; sister, Barbara Harris (Eric); and brother, Reginald Jenkins, all of Tampa; 2 grandchildren, Destiny and Myjayla Jenkins of Tampa; four nieces, Alicia Taylor (Charles), Akia Jenkins, La'Daiza Jolly and Erica Jenkins, all ofTampa; three nephews, Devin Harris and Markell Jones, both of Tampa, and Ramon Harris of Kentucky; two great nephews, Tre'Shawn Taylor and Christopher Williams, Jr., both of Tampa; tlvee aunts, Martha Brown and Betty Jenkins of Georgia, and Maxine Douglas of Tampa; uncle, William Bell of Lakeland; s i s t e r -in-law, Michelle Peterson; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repos e after 5 p. m. on Friday, December 16 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, OWners. www.raywilliamsfuoeralbome.com MRS. VERNICE SMITH NABRIT Mrs. Vernice Smith Nabrit of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, December 7 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Sunday, December 18, 2011, at 5 p m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 29th Street, with Rev. Evan Burrows, Pastor, officiating. Inter-ment will be Tuesday, December 20, 2011, at Nashville, Tennessee in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs Nabrit was a native of Memphis, Tennessee, and a resident of Tampa for 5 years. She attended LeMoyne College and Vanderbilt Peabody College, and was a member of First Baptist Church of College Hill and the Tampa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She was employed as a librarian. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith; husband, Rev. Dr. Henry C. Nabrit; and grandson, Harvard Clarence Nabrit Stephens. She is survived and will be missed by: her children, Dr. Barbara (Dr. Harvard), Tampa, and Charles (Paula), Westerville, Ohio; stepson, Henry (Amanda) Nabrit, Long Beach, California; six grandchildren, Nia (George Metcalfe) Stephens-Metcalfe, Bern, Switzerland, Charles Nabrit, Westerville, Ohio, Damon (Tanika) Nabrit, Columbus, Ohio, Yakini Stephens, Clearwater, FL, Evan Nabrit, Westerville, Ohio, and Marcus Stephens, Honolulu, Hawaii; great grandchild, Rosalie Metcalfe; nephew, James Nabrit, Ill, Washington, D. C. ; niece, Cynthia (Claude ) Matthews, Nashville, Tennessee; great nieces, Gail (Noah) Peterson, Jacksonville, FL, Karen (Phillip), Wylie, Texas, and Georgeanne Matthews, Washington, D. C.; many great-great nieces, nephews, cousins, sorors and friends. At First Baptist Church of College Hill at 4 p. m. on Sunday, December 18, 2011, there will be an Omega Omega service followed by visitation. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa, FL; and J. W. ADKINS FUNERAL HOME, Nashville, Tennessee. www.raywilliamsfuperalbome.com 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 MR.JOEM. RICHARDSON, JR. 'JODY' Mr. Joe M. Richardson, Jr. ("Jody") ofTampa, passed away Saturday, December 10, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted saturday, December 17, 2011 at 11 a. m. at Light of the World Deliverance Church, 4701 North 15'h Street, with Apostle Johnny L. Jones officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born October 7, 1943, Mr. Joe M. Richardson, Jr. was a native of Florida and a resident of Tampa for 68 years. He attended Hillsborough County School District. He was employed as a longshoreman with International Longshoremen Association Local1402. Mr. Richardson was preceded in death by: his wife, Dorothy L. Richardson; daughter, Linda Richardson; mother, Pearlie Mae Richardson; father, Joe Melvin Richardson, Sr.; brother, Wilbert Richardson; and sister, Jacqueline Richardson. He leaves to cherish his memory: 3 sons, Joe Richardson, Sr. (Terri), Rashard Richardson (Sharonda), and Rickey Richardson (Angela); 2 daughters, Bernice Richardson and Ashley Richardson (Ronald), all of Tampa; 13 grandchildren, Anita, Corey, Olden, Tieyada, Brittany, Joe, Jr., Kewon, NaBrishia, Roosevelt, Nahdeiyah, Liyah, Jeremiah, and Raniyah; 5 great grands, Jania, Jeremiah, Jaylen, Daniel and Jeleni; brother, George Richardson; 4 sisters, Willie Mae Menton (Major), Ann Warren, Fran Richardson and Sandra Richardson; brother-in-law, Joe Washington; sister-in-law, Barbara Washington; uncle, Robert Mosley (Catherine); aunt, Emma Lou Long; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other sorrowing family members. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, December 16 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuoeralbome.com IN MEMORIAM PSALM 133: "Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. I am my brother's keeper." Gone, but not forgotten to family and friends. Mr. Rush, Pookie Do, Pumpkin and D. D. MRS. GWENDOLYN OVERSTREET WILLIAMS Mrs. Gwendolyn Overstreet Williams of Tampa, passed away Friday, December 2, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, December 17, 2011, at 11 a. ,m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. John Overstreet, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Born March 11, 1952, in Quitman, Georgia, Mrs. Gwendolyn Williams was a beloved wife andmother . She attended the schools of Palm Beach County, but has been a resident of Tampa for 41 years. Mrs. Williams was preceded rin death by her parents, Robert 0 and Karen Overstreet. ;:!! She leaves to cherish her 0 memory: her husband, Curtis )> Williams; 2 sons, Freddrick CJ) Overstreet and Lothario Over-m street; 6 grandchildren, Fred-Z drick Overstreet, Jr., Danyelle :::! Overstreet, Dontavious Over-Z street, Lothario Overstreet, Jr., m Chambre' Overstreet, and 1 Teairra Overstreet; 2 siblings, aJ Gloria Thompson and Johnny ? Overstreet; a host of nieces and rnephews, including nephew, m Benjamin Overstreet and wife, :::! Stacey and their children, Z Sierra, Harvey, Janae and Jade; "'0 niece, Tangela Overstreet and C: her children, Alfonso, m Demetrius and Dominique; I nephew, Y'J.rgil and his son, Ci) Rodney Thomas; and nephew, :I: Albert Thompson and his chil-dren, Jermaine, Sierra and Mya; a host of cousins, Eugene Overstreet and family, Debra m Johnson and family, Rosa Over-lJ street and family, Lessie < Frances and family, Derrick -t Overstreet, Stan Overstreet and C: family, Rev. John and wife, m law, Louis Williams; and sis-< ters-in-law, Jacqueline )> Williams and Jean Hankins. z The remains will repose after 0 5 p. m., Friday, December 16, 201.1 at Ray Williams Funeral ;:!! Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. 0 Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL "" HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuoeralbome.com CARLTON L. BROWN DOB: 12-14-1961

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MRS. LORETHA HARRIS NASH Mrs. Loretha Harris Nash of 2195 Advana St. NE, Palm Bay, FL passed away Monday De12 2011, at home with her loving daughter, Karen right by her side. Homegoing services will be held Saturday, December 1 7, 2011 at 11 a. m at Miracle Temple cburchChmch, 20101 N. Albany Av:enue Tampa, with Pastor Laura Hargrove, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Cemetery. Mrs. Harris was born in C Fort Valley, GA, on November January u 1932. She was an only child. She moved to Miami, FL, at the age of 1 7 A year later she moved to Tampa, where she met and married Mr. Isaac Nash, Jr. a: LL 0 z < 0 en w :::> .... > a: w > w 0 w l: en :::i m There are just not enough words to accurately describe Mrs. Harris. She was kind, sweet, gentle, giving and thoughtful and always saw the best in others. She was the kind of person that would give her last to even a stranger. But, most importantly, she was an ordained minister who served God well. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Isaac Nash, Jr.; daughter, Kathleen and son, Timothy leaves to mourn her z 1 p,1188u.5 sons, Isaac (Jeanette) -Nash, Ronald NachNash, t:i Michael (Jackie) Nash, and ...J Kenneth (Jeanna) Nash; dau-...J CynthisCyn-;:, Mary (Charles) l:ll Karen (Timothy) Brown, ...J Deborah (Michael), Lampkins, and Anita (Nathaniel) Butler; i= grandchildren, Aloexjandro, z Samuel, Natasha, W Tam,ikaTamika, Richard, Yenen son, Jr., Vontrea, James,
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"T1 Memoriams BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM GERALDINE MUNGIN Sunrise: December 18, 1929 Sunset: May 23, 2007 It's been 4 years since you've been gone. Mere words cannot express how much we miss you, as we remember you on your birthday. Love, Huey, Richard, Linda, Leonard, Albert, Lawrence and the entire family and friends. IN lOVING MEMORY OF ELWOOD 'BOBO' FAVORS Your family misses you, however, we understand God needed you the most. Until we meet again, you will be forever in our hearts. Love always and forever, Louise Favors and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DEWRIS GREEN 12/15/1935-7/13/2.000 Happy 76th birthday. We wish you were here, but God needed you more. We miss your smlllng face every day. With all of our love, the Family. EDDIE HALL The family of the late Eddie Hall wishes to acknowledge all acts of kindness shown during his illness and demise. Special thanks to: Mt. Tabor, Pastor Leonard and Ray Williams Funeral Home and Staff. IN lOVING MEMORY MRS. LINDA CECELIA HAMILTON DAVIS 12-15-11 Although it's been 5 years since you passed away, we love and miss you every single day. It broke our hearts when you were called home, but we know God doesn' t make any mistakes. We love and miss you, always and forever. Love, your family. IN lOVING MEMORY OF ROBERT l. SPAIN OCfOBER 26, 1928 -DECEMBER 19, 201Q Although it's been one year, it seems like yesterday. We love you and miss you dearly. You will forever be in our hearts. Your wife, Clara and family. f I DEA. BILL JAMES 1/28/1888 -12/16/1983 SIS. AMANDA JAMES 10/4/1916-12/13/1996 Sadly missed by your children and family. WINSTON DAVIS Sunrise: November 27, 1927 Sunset: October 27, 1991 CEDRIC DAVIS Sunrise: January 7, 1962 The memories will always live in our hearts. Gone, but not forgotten. Wtfe and mother, Josephine Davis; son and daughter, sister and brother, Winston Bernard Davis, Gail and Jackie; daughter and sister, grand, great grands, nieces and nephews. FUNERAL HOME !XI) N. 29lh St. Tampa, R. DDS (lXI) (813) 248-6125 VMW.wilson-ftlleralcom m (') m s: Ill m :c ..... sn 1\) 0 .... .... "T1 r 0 c )> en m z :::! z m r Ill c r r !!l z "'tJ c Ill r c;; ::::t m c m < m -t c m en c )> z c "T1 c

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Crime Man Tries To Run Down Woman With Car MICHAEL MACK Tampa Police arrested a man Monday evening for allegedly trying to run down a woman with his car. According to the report, Michael Mack, 29, and Audrey Gilchrist, 24, were involved in an argument that led to Mack trying to, and succeeding, in striking Gilchrist with his car She received a minor injury and was treated on the scene. Mack fled after the inci dent and police later spott e d his vehicle near Yukon and 22nd Street. The vehicle was pursued through Temple Terrace on Bullard Parkway to Highway 301, then to A AUDREY GILCHRIST Hillsborough Avenue and later to the area of Lakeshore Drive and Crenshaw At that location, police said Mack got out of the vehicle and fled, but was caught b y officers A search of the vehi cle revealed Mack was in possession of 112 grams of marijuana and a large amount of cash. He also had several outstanding warrants. Mack was charged with aggravated battery with a vehicle aggravat e d fleeing to elude driving with a revok e d license, and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. RICKY" AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY (813 ) 892-8193 Or Email: callrlckywilliams@gmall.com Available 24 FREE Consultation RICKY E WILUAMS WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1487 TlinPI Park Plaza @ labras-a Ava. & Icon. St. -. . : J 1,' .., .. c,J .:: .:,,"'' .,. .. .. 1 .... :-:::Ll ": c Dontae Morris Brother, Two Others Arrested For Robberv c m (') m s: OJ m DWAYNE CALLAWAY Dwayne Callaway, 22, Keondre Rhanes, 19, and Rodney Speights, 20, were arrested Tuesday for report edly punching a man in the face and taking his $5,000 cross pendant. The incident was captured on surveillance tape. Callaway is the younger brother of Dontae Morris, the man accused of murder ing five people, two of them Tampa Police officers. Suspect Sought For Banerv On law Enforcement OHicer Surveillance photo of suspect who reportedly battered deputy. The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on the morning of December 14th, a deputy responded to the area of 124th Avenue and Nebraska on a call of a suspicious person. When the deputy came in contact with the subject, he reportedly became combative and started fighting the deputy. During the struggle, the deputy sprained his wrist. The suspect fled and is being sought The suspect is described as a Black male, 22 to 29 years old, s'8 tall, and weighing 150 to 160 pounds. UNCLE SANDY Keep your loved ones 3, 6, 9, 12 close to you and 14, 18, 22, 25 pray for those 27, 29, 33, 35 who aren't as fortunate 39, 44, 47,49 KEONDRE RHANES According to police reports, witnesses described the getaway vehicle, driven by Speights. Tfe trio was found at 43r Street and Henry Avenue The car was seized and police said they found two loaded handguns inside, one reported stolen in an auto burglary Police said Callaway, Rhanes, and SpeipJtts are members of the 43r Street RODNEY SPEIGHTS ...... 0) 1\) 0 ...... ...... Gang, and each was charged with robbery by SJidden snatching and grand theft. Callaway had an existing warrant and was also charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and domestic violence bat-tery. r Speights has been released on bond while c Rhanes is being held under )> a bond of $9,500. Callaway (J) is being held without bond. Sedrick McKinnev Back In Jail Again :::! z m r m c: r r m On August 8, 2011, Sedrick McKinney, 40, was released from federal prison after serving more thari a decade on attempted murder and drug charges. According to the Hillsbo rough County Sheriff's Office, McKinney is in custody again, thi s time being held without bond on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and being a felon in possession of a firearm charges in relation to a domestic violence incident. McKinney was arrested at his home Wednesday on Silverlace Court. McKinney, being held without bond was first arrest ed at the age of 17 for shooting and paralyzing .....,..,...-___,......,..-..., a 1-year-old boy during a drugdeat --McKinney had served almost 22 years in feder-m al prison for a SEDRICK < 1992 shooting MCKINNEY m that involved a man slapping his sister, Tiffany McKinney. McKinney's arrest affi-(J) davit states he and his wife C had an argument, and during the argument McKinney )> reportedly starting waving a Z .45 caliber handgun around at everyone involved in the inci-dent, threatening to kill every-6 one in the residence. suspect Known As The senner Bandif Captured After Purs.uit Hillsborough County Sheriffs deputies reported that a man suspected of trying to rob a convenience store Tuesday night crashed his car into a pole during a pursuit. Deputies said at 8:15 p. m. a convenience store clerk was told a man with a gun was entering the store near Paradise Drive and Clewis Avenue. As the man entered the store and reveaied his gun, the clerk drew his gun. The suspect spotted he cle rk's gun and ran. The clerk had already called 9-1-1. The suspect was late r released from the hospital and identified as Andre King, 32. King was charged with 8 counts of armed robbery and is a susANDRE KING p e ct in at least 21 armed robberies in the Seffner area. Law enforcement officials had identified King as the Seffner Bandit for a string o f robberies that began in G') 2010. The investigation is m continuing, and more charges Will be filed later. '\

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Your Children's Board wishes you and your family a Safe and Happy Holiday. After the big dinner, parties and gifts, make sure to stop by one of our Family Resource Centers in your .neighborhood. Funded in part by t he Children s Board FRCs are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play groups, parenting classes mobile health services, job skills training, CPR courses and much more! Call to learn about the Children's Board's Family Resource Center near you today. Brandon: 740 4634 N. Tampa: 558-1877 Ctr Tampa: 204-1741 S. County: 641-5600 Town 'N Country: 356-1703

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FLORIDA SENTINEL ,_ B I Donatello's Shares Thanksgiving With Over 900 Young People I Donatello's Restaurant owners and staff treated more than 900 less fortunate young people to a sumptuous Thanksgiving Day meal. For the 25th year, the restaurant owners have closed the business on Thanksgiving Day just to be able to share dinner with community children. Staff members were there to serve the guests. (Photography by BRUNSON} Some of the adults in attendance included: Former NFL players Harold Hart, Greg Robertsand Council Rudolph wit h Ernesta Chicklowski. Helping to serve those in attendance were Angela Brewton, Kim Grillo and Debra Howard. Verna Williams and Marixa Calderon. Yvette Lewis with Dahvione, Amadou and Cheikkouna. Azzie Northern and Azzie' s Angels and the Lee Glasco Family attended the dinner. Guests also included Ashley Dixon and Rev. Lathorn, Kelven and Dyamonel Fowler. Willie G. Dixon. Tammy, Mike Reed and Rai J. Jenkins were among those in attendance. Reine Mathis, Nettie Matthews, Tyrone Keys and Gilbert Brinson. These young people are Miracles Outreach Center.

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0 Loca a: w m w (.) w c 'Jet Set' Gets The Big Break He's Been Waiting For BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Jesse B. Hudson was the youngest of 12 children, growC ing up in Central Park Village. ii: At an early age, he learned to LL fend for himself, and as a child, would walk up and down Central Avenue selling the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. During that period of his life, he was also drawn to the entertainers who could be seen walking up and down Central Avenue. "I wasn't afraid to approach them," said Hudson. "They could see I had a lot of energy and wanted to be successful." Hudson found his way into the world of: entertainment, and after a few years, settled on the stage name, Jet Set Hudson. Hudson decided to get to where he really wanted to be, he needed to travel to Hollywood, California. "I've never taken no for an answer, and rejection has never stopped me," said Hudson. "I've always been a fighter, and when opportunity comes, I wanted to make sure I was ready for it." Jet Set still considers Tampa his home, but he spends most of his time in Hollywood. After years of getting non speaking roles in epic films like "Coming To America,'' Jet Set got a chance to appear on a cable show called "Work-A-Holics." "Appearing on that show was a big step for me, and when they decided to renew the show, that made me happy But, I knew there was more BARBARA]. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Cotutselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa. Aorida 33618 (813)269-9706 Fax:(813)960-0641 cl a lawyer io 10 clocioim tho! obould D04 bo "--oolcq> Bcfcn )1011 clccide, "* .. to ... )1011 fJwo WDtlal iJJC..-Mm obcut our qaolificaliCDO aod cxpcric:oc:e. Accident & Injuries Employment Civil Rights Familyl..aw Appeals 7211 N. Dale Mabry Ste 228 -....... ...,.. ..... __ Criniinal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fatmer Hillsborough CoW},ty Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 JET SET HUDSON out there for me, and my big break would come if I just kept working hard." Jet Set got his big break this year when he met producer Bart Baker, and they joined to film a video called "Sexy And Homeless" on You Tube. "I enjoyed the project, and it gave me a lot of incentive to keep reaching and keep work ing hard." What Jet Set didn't anticipate, however, was his YouTube appearance would not only gain an audience, but would explode and become something really special. "I've gotten nearly a million hits on the YouTube website, and I'm so happy, I feel like shouting. "This is the big break I've been waiting for. I'm getting the kind of visibility now I had only dreamed about before." Jet Set said he's gotten let ters and other contacts from all over the country, and even across the ocean. I'm not finished yet," said Jet Set. 1228 E. 7th Tampa, FL QkB LSanchezMoore@gmail.com 505 East Jackson St. Tampa, BANKRUPTCY 86llp foreGh a CNclton tt.r n..-t REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Areas Of Practice: BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 CHILD SUPPORT PROBATE & WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY PERSONAL INJURY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY. REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. Uvtng & Medical &pens as lhNpotlalion Comselng SelectqJ & Meeting Plclures & Updal8s AkwfJys FREE To MotherS Text (813)525-3840 ' www..chrlatlnewcom "This is just the beginning. I plan on returning to Tampa, ready to reach out and take someone's hand and give them an opportunity to be successful." To see the video, go to Jet Set Hudson on YouTube, find the prod,ucer of the video, Bart Baker's name, then sit back and enjoy. State Bill Restricting Shackles on Preanam Inmates Heads To Senate Roor SEN. ARTifENIA JOYNER TALLAHASSEE -Female inmates, with rare exceptions, who are pregnant, in labor, or in recovery would no longer be subject to shackling under legislation sponsored by Senator Arthenia Joyner (DTampa) now headed to the full Senate for a vote. Senate Bill 524, the "Healthy Pregnancies for Incarcerated Women Act," which last week unanimously passed the Senate Criminal Justice Committee, would add Florida to the growing list of states that have enact ed similar bans. Shackling of women during labor is already restricted by the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the U. S. Marshals Service. on women especially during delivery not only threaten the life of the mother, but the baby," said Senator Joyner. "While I understand concerns for security, I want to ensure that the law is clear and that humane treatment is guaranteed as best we can." Under the legislation, shackling of pregnant women and those giving and immediately following birth, would be restricted in both state and local facilities. Exceptions tQ the bai.l would be allowed under extraordinary circumstances. Those circumstances would have to be documented in writing by the corrections official Within 10 days of authorizing the use of restraints. The legislation unanimous ly passed the Senate 'during the 2011 Legislative Session :

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.5irthdatt Greetings I Happv Binhdav KEBO 210 Happy birthday to yo u Naw man happ y birthda y to yo u. Well happy birthda y to us ma y God bl ess us to see many more. Much love. SADE Happy birthday, Sade. From Jala, yours 381. JEFFREY Big birthday bash going down for Jeffrey, Sunday, Dec. 18 at Club Royal Bet That .. Never. it To Sweat That MR. And MRS. TROUPE "Even when the sky comes falling, even when the sun don't shine, I got faith in you and I, so put your pretty little hand in mine. Even when we re down to the wire Babe, even when it's do or die, we can do it baby simple and plain, this love is a sure thing." I love you Happy birthday, Bae. MUFF And STANKA Happy birthday to my lovely lady, Ms. Muff. You deserve nothing but the best baby, so on this day, enjoy, it's your day! Love you always and forever, RayRay, Nirio and Stanka. HIPPV Belated Blrthdav VON Happy belated birthday, Von! Love you. From: your cousins, sister and family. We miss you See you soon. look Who Turned 1 / MAURICE MARION, JR. Happy belated birthday, son. May God bless you with many "'tJ more. Love, Mommie and Daddy. Happy belated birthday Lil Reece. May God bless you with many more Love, Mommie and Daddy. c: m c CJ) :::t m c m < r----Ha_P_Pv--'--B-in_h_da_v____,l m CJ) J'RON, RONIECE, RENIYIA, RONALD, RONALD, JR. And IMANI Birthday greetings are being sent out Imani and J'Ron Thomas. Imani's day was Wed., 12-13 and J'Ron' s day is 12-17. They both will be celebrating with a party on Saturday at Dave & Busters. Happy birthday to both of y'all. c )> z c ., c Love: Ma, Daddy and Mommy. ;! Also happy birthday to Ronnel) Roseboro whose big Ci) day is Sun.12-18. m Happy birthday, Big Boy. Love Ma.

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I All About You Binhdav Greetings BO, KISHA, THUG, TEAR And CHELL 210, THUG, JOLISHAAnd MS. FANNIE Sending warm birthday greetings to special people in our life and wishing you many, many more. We love y'all and stay safe. Happy Blrlhdav MS.TASHECA AndSTANKA Happy birthday Bae to you on Dec. 18. That's your day, it's all about you. Forget the rest, just know we you for all you do and thanks for my child. Love, Stanka, andNirio. PHI I know things get hard. Girl, you've got it, there you go. Can't you tell by how they're looking at you everywhere you go? Wondering what's on your mind, it must be hard to be that fine, when all these people want to waste your time. It's just amazing and all I can say is ... I'm so proud of you! Happy birthday, Cayden on your big #1. From: your dad, Ronald G. Fields; and your grandparents, Pastors Ronald E. and Edwina E. Fields. CAYDEN 12-15-11 For Bener Or Worse Just when you thought it was over and done. To all our fans, it's just begun. Smile. PRECIOUS And FRED Happy birthday (Honey Pooh). From: your first lady (Mrs. Williams), kids and the family and always remember trouble don't last always. FAYE BAE And EMMIT 12/18. I thank God for blessing me to see the big 25. I also thank Him for the time we have shared together. Stay strong and keep your head to the sky, becausea love like ours gets better with time. Loving myself. Faye Bae. RESHMAAnd BIG HOWARD Happy. birthday to my lady. ,, Love, Big.

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I Graduation Announcement I BEVERLY JENNELL OTIS After completing one year at University of South Florida in 2002, Beverly J ennel Otis decided to withdraw from USF to enlist in the U.S. Navy. After serving 4 years in the Navy, Beverly returned to USF. Mr. and Mrs. James (Patricia) Robinson and Rev. Willie Dixon are proud to announce that their daughter, Beverly J ennel Otis, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication with a concentration in Advertising from Univ ersity of South Florida during thei r Commencement exercises on D e cemb e r 9th. Beverly is also th e wife of Paul B. Otis. Beverly was a memb e r of the Advertising Club and A.N. G.E.L.'s Inc. Happv Binhdav From, your kids. We love you. Sell-Made I Sell-Paid I RESHMA I need another hour in a day, so I can love me 25/8. Happy birthday to me. Happy Binhdav, CJ CHERYLL JENKINS Knowing others is intelli gence; knowing yourself is true wisdom; mastering yourself is strength. Mastering yourself is true power, if you realize that you have enough you are trul y rich. If yo u stay in the center and embrace death with your whole h ea rt, yo u will e ndure forever. JEFF And ERICA Happy birthday to m y husband, lover and friend Jeffrey and as y ou can see, what's understood never has to be explained. I love y ou baby and we all hope yo u enjoy your day Love always: your wife, Erica Baldwin; kids, Najleje, Quay, Javion, (RIP) Jarnel and the Squad. Shout Out MR. CHARLES HUBBARD Happv Binhdav JUS, JETRO And FAYE BAE Happ y birthday to my loves Lil' Big Bro Jetro and my bestie Faye Bae. Big birthda y bash at Club Royale, Sunday, Dec 18. (4-way or no way) (H.P ) Love Baby Love. 'A Lovelv Ladv 01 Two' HALEY, RESHMAAnd LIL HOWARD Happy birthday to our mommie Love Haley and Hapo. ., _JI RESHMA, HALEY, HOWARD, SR. And HOWARD, JR. The picture speaks for itself. Happy birthday to our first lady.

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MARQUIS MULKEY Marquis Mulkey, a junior at Northern State University in Aberdeen, SD, was selected to study abroad in Busan, South Korea. He will leave on December 31. We want him to know that we are proud and love him very >-much. He is the son of Barry and Theresa Mulkey and Sam ii: and Twlia Wells; and the brother of Tahira, TaSchell, LL Ra'Shetta, Breauna and Davi'on. His grandparents are Harvey and Irene Mulkey and w Happy 4th Binhdav MARIYEL HANNAH H a ppy 4th birthday to our lil' princess, Mariyel Hannah. She will be cele brating in the 0 with family, Mickey and friends. Love: dad, mom, sister, Tee Tee and Auntie Shonta. A Thought CHERYLL COOL-ALAnd CHERYLL Pain is the great teacher. I woke before dawn with this thought, joy and happiness are what we take and don't ques tion. Maybe a matter of being, but pain forces us to think and to make connections to sort out what, to discover what has been happening to cause it. And curiously enough pain draws us to other human beings in a significant way, whereas joy or happiness to some extent isolates. There' s no place I'd rather be than home. c .--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------. w :X: CIJ ::; m ::;) ll. z t= w ...I ...I ::;) m ...I w z t= z w en , .. 1111h'l .

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Sometimes you can show faithfulness. Abraham provide, you must walk in it. ?< Trusting His Word The people of God must accept the promise of God and live according to it daily Some of the people of God find themselves struggling in their life because they find it difficult to put their complete trust and confidence in God. The sooner people realize that God will provide all they need and provide whatever they need to do His will, the better life will be God uses the life lesson of Abraham as recorded in Genesis 22:1-14 to h e lp His people learn to trust Him and know that He will provide. God tested Abraham (vs. 1). There is an appointed time for you to be tested b y God to see if you will trust Him. God wants to put yo u in a situation to see if you are going to remember the promises He has already made in your life. As y ou live your life always remember that it might be a test to see if you will trust God. The greater your promise the greater your test. Sometimes the bigger the blessing, the bigger the test. Sometimes God will use the thing that is most important to you to test you. God wants to see if you are going to be more beholding to the bless ing or obedient to the Blesser God instructs Abraham to take Isaac, his only son, and offer him as a burnt offering (vs. 2). God referring to Isaac as the only son points to the promise of a son He made to Abraham. God asks Abraham to offer Isaac because Isaac is the one Abraham has waited for his entire life To finally receive what you have been awaiting and now b eing asked to offer it up can really test your faith Sometimes God wants to know if yo u will believe Him to provide even when you are asked to give up that which is most precious to you. Abraham arose the next morning to go on the journey (vs. 3). Abraham wasted no time responding to the request of God. He did not spend time trying to convince God why he could not do it. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Comer 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 Supper (Communion) 'TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org your lack of faith and trust in walked in what he believed You must trust God up to the c God by delaying doing what God would do. last minute. Trust God that m He has asked you to do. Youmustwalkinwhatyou Hewillprovideforyou. Abraham did not have to believe God wtll do. If you you are going through may be 3: hesitate because he knew it really believe that God will a test! was God and believed that God would provide. "'"'" As Abraham and Isaac local Church And (7) made their way to the top of the mountain, Isaac asked N p ,-, on F ...A. his father about the lamb that on-ro I er ree "'"'" they needed to offer as a sac-rifice (vs.7). This verse Dinner, Tovs, And Clothes demonstrates the necessity for fathers or parents to teach For Those In Need their children at an early age about worshipping God. Abraham did not take the blessing of the Lord for granted, He made sure that he taught his son about the God who blessed him with a son. Parents you must take time to teach your children about God and how to worship Him. To answer Isaac's question Abraham told him that God would provide the lamb (vs. 8). Some people may think that Abraham lied to his son. It was not that he lied to him; Abraham just had such faith in God. This is the faith you must have in God. You have to believe no matter how it looks or what it may appear that God will provide. It was not until the last minute that the angel of the Lord stepped in to stop Abraham (vv. 11, 12). The point was not for Abraham to actually sacrifice his son; God just wanted to test hi s GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship -5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAP11ST CHURCH (II PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progr-Blvd. Tampa, Fl33619 Church Office: (813) 677-1948 Pastor' s Orttce: (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514 EMall: lbcopvtampabay. rr.com 011. SAIIIIAXWEI.L, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7:30AM & 10:55 A.M. 4jii!11Jiii!!I!Jt Sunday :45A.M. Ad!Jt & Youth/ Chcnn Tueaday 11 AM Ad!Jt Wlldneeday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7:30 P M Ad!Jt A Satelke Cempus For Faith Bible lnstiti.Ae 'Growrog The Chu'ctl For Global Change" (Aots 1 : 8 Rom. 1 :8, 1 Thea 1 :8) The College Hill Church of God in Christ, in conjunction with the non-profit, Sisters Empowering Women, Inc., is sponsoring its annual "Help for the Holidays." The initiative provides a free dinner for those in need. After dinner attendees will receive free clothing and toys for their children. The dinner and giveaway will take place Saturday, Christmas Eve, from 4 p. m to 6 p m. at the College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 N. 30th Street in the cafeteria. Elder Charles Davis, pastor of College Hill COGIC, said this annual event is very important during these tough times. Families are struggling to make it," Davis said. "Any group that can offer a hand should do so." Anyone interested in attending should contact (813) 300-2208 for more information. Agencies can also contact that number or e-mail to register clients. Sisters Empowering Women Inc. is a local non-;n profit providing assistance 0 for women and at-risk teenage girls. Programs include, Gowns for Girls -en providing gowns for girls m who need them (at no charge) for Prom and z Homecoming; Teen Scene -J!! a social networking event Ill for teens providing a safe C: environment with music, J= food and gan1es; and Mind m Your Business-a progran1 teaching young girls about "'0 the spirit of entrepreneurial-c: ship. Ill !: en ::I: m GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAP11ST CHURCH UNITY M.B. CHURCH c m < m -< c: m en c 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 RDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship 8 A M Sunday School -9 :30 A.M. Morning Worship -10: 50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P .M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNm BAPTIST 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. 611 A.M. SUnday School 0 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,Fl33605 (813) 248-5955 Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED B. Cluch or 'lllonollslssa, 11c. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9 :30 A M Sun. Morning Worshi p 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers" ., can Do Alt Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. . PhH. 4:13 )> z c ., c

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,.... ,.... II the Progress Village Recreto their members: Doris a: w m ::!: w (.) w c > a: LL December Birthdays Happy birthday to the De cember celebrants in the Bowers household: Warren (12/4), Wallace (12/9) and Lois (12j21). Happy birthday wishes are sent to: daughters, Beverly Price (12/6) and Gwendolyn Carr (12j26); grand sons, Cedric Dumas (12/9) and Torri Carr (12/22); and friend, Louise Jones. From loving parents and grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Lueannie) Atkins. A belated birthday wish is sent to Freddie Monroe, who celebrated another year on December 12, 2011. Best from, your sister, Gloria J. Crosby, with love. Happy birthday: Alexan-der Sheffield, Alicia Smith, Amanda Page, C Scott, Annie L. au);UJu, Audrenia Blair-C Audrey Peterson, Chatham, Betty vuu . u. Billy Smith, Sr., IR1rat1di Eubanks, Brandi Breanna Stennis, W Martin, Brittney Caitlan Jack-son, Carol Logan, Carolyn w Blackmon, Carson > Jr.. Casey W Charles Sorey, Smith, Ciara Carr, ::r::: Fant, Courtney Bobo Dakari Wrenn, m Garcia, Damian ::::) D.. z tu ..J Campbell, Darrick Farquharson, Doris Martin, Dwayne Thompson, Jr., Earl Stewart, Edward Leonard, Eleanor Larkins, Elier Sanchez, Elizabeth Gale Perry, Erica Donaldson, Eutha Long, Fawn Foreman, Fannie Harris Rodgers, Carol Pierce, Mary Ann Murphy and Vera Hill. Celebrants The miracle of love is given to us to give to one another. Happy anniversary to Clifford and Vera Hill, who cel ebrated another year of wedded bliss on December 6th. May the blessings of the Lord be upon you and your union Happy anniversary to Willie and Precious Hugger, who celebrated their spe cial day on December 13th May the Lord be with you now and in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Lueannie) Atkins will be celebrating their 37th wedding anniversary on December 21, 2011. We wish them many more happy years! Love, your family. Harold and Jamie Adams will be celebrating another year of wedded bliss on December 28th. You are wished many more happy years. ..J ::::) m ..J w z CHURCH DIRECTORY i= z w en a: 0 ..J LL BAmST CHURCH 12111.1elllrlll SL Tllll. fl31812 (8111 229-1190 sundav SChool.-------1:15am. larnlnu warship.,_,_,_,_,_,_, ......... _,_,, 11 am. Pravar senlce, Tuesdav.-------8 pm. ana Bible SludV. ruesdaV--8:11 pm. Bible stud. Tuasdav ........................ .. __ 1 pm. I CMI Dl AIITIIQII Chit It Which 111'11 .... 11111111. Phlllllllln 4:13 THE HOLY PURCHASE SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 10 A. M. Moming Service -11 : 30 A. M. Evening Service 7 : 30 P. M. Bible S!udy Tuesday Evening"" Bible Band 7:30 P. M. Thursday Evening -YPWW7 :30P.M. 1st And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outrea c h Ministry 7:30 P M REV. OSCAR JOHIISOI,JR. Plstar/Tiaonar He knows how much we can bear, let us not forget the sick and s hut-ins: Dorothy West, Willie Burns, Kaiser Pierce, Geneva Lucas, Archie Mae Wright and the Philon household. ation Center. Barnum, Kaleb Barnum, It was presented by The Deyvion Haywood, Progress Village Civic Council, Chardanae McFadden, coordinated by La'Vyonne Mario Mallard, Jr., Culbreath and Delaney Robert Lee, Danyelle Pe-Pittman. terson, and Phillip Guest. Deacon Willie Monroe of St. John M B. Church, Bartholomew Banks, Pas tor, is wished a speedy recov ery from his sister, Gloria J. Crosby. He also celebrated his anniversary on Dec. 15th. My prayers are with you and I love you! Ms. Gloria J. Crosby is wished a quick recovery from eye surgery on the 15th. Sympathy Our deepest sympathy is sent to Mrs. Annie Gatson and family in the loss of her brother, Mr. John Lee Clark, Sr. He was funeral ized on Saturday December 10,2011. Condolences are being sent to Mrs. Martha Hewitt Kennedy due to the loss of her nephew, Albert Hewitt of Orlando last week. Our deepest regrets to the Baity family due to the pass ing of their loved one Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr. He will be greatly missed by the commu nity. May you all seek the Lord for comfort guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Christmas Party On Dec. 11th, at 2 p m the 26th annual Senior Citizens The event was as follows: Mistress of Ceremony, Twanda Bradley; Opening Prayer, Alice Singleton; Song Selection, Dorothy and the Silverlites; Welcome, Denise Jackson-Johnson; Scripture Reading, Jackie Mix; Introduction of Speaker, Sharon Seabrooks-Jackson; Speaker, Danny L. Jackson; Song Selection, Harriet and Daffie; and Grace, Min. Leland Johnson. Dinner and drinks were served as everyone enjoyed the musical interlude, 'hat fashions' and door prizes. Closing Remarks and prayers were given by Linda Washington, President of the Civic Council. Library Schedule The 78th Street Library hol iday schedule is as follows: Dec. 19-23 -Closed at 6 p. m.; Dec. 24-27 CLOSED; and Dec. 28-30 Closed at 6 p. m. Did you know that you can download FREE music at the library? Try FREEGAL -a downloadable music service of MP3s. Ask the librarian for more information. New St. Matthew M. B. Church Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall, Pastor and ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or(813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00 A. M Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study Wednesday: 5:30 P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aol.com Mission Statement: "A Church of the Inner city reachingout to the community by ministering to the whole man." Ministry: NOAH COMMUNITY, INC./ HOUSE OF LYDIA BISINitEDIIEIHII.W PASTOR AUIREY IE1IIIM Home Deliveries For those interested in home delivery of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, Mr. Westley at (813) 248-0724 St. James AME Church OfP. V. The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets every Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m. They are a group of God's children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Everyone is invited to come and share with us. Joke Of the Week A little boy asked his mother how old she was. She said, "39 and holding." He replied, "Then how old would you be if you let go?" 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. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at (813) 735-7968

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Local Impact Church women's Dav Celebration Impact Church held its first Wom e n 's Day Cel ebration at the LaQuita Inn. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Mae Thomas enjoying the service. Angela Adams at the first Women's Day celebration. Rev. Robert Jenkins, pastor, with his wife, Cherry. The praise and worship leader is Sherry London. CHAI!LE GING TRADITION EMBRICING THE TRUTH ... FRIDAY, DEC. 23, 2011 4 R M.-8 P.M. @ G'S PLACE COMMUNITY CULTURAL CENTER Darrell Leeks and J ameka Ellison. MOST ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CHRISTMAS 1. Was Jesus reaJ.Jy bom o.a December 25? Does matter? History proves that Jesus was not born in December. The Sheppard who saw the Stu that led them to Jesus would not have had sheep out grazing iu the winter It is cold and often snowing in December in that part of the \I.'Orld. The Bible does not mention Christmas, and early Chris tians did not observe the birth of Christ as we know, it became widely popular only in the 19th century. Christians today in general know that Christ was not born on-December 25 ; we are so grateful that he was born 2 Wbat is the origi.a of Christmas? In ancient pagan times th e last day of winter in the Northern Hemisphere (winter solstice) was celebrated They believed that thi s was the night the great mother goddess gives birth to tlie god lt was called Yule. 'l11cy would put a huge lo g t o a bonfire which everyo ne \\'Ould dance and sing to awaken the from its long winter sleep Hundreds of years later this s un worship continued in Roman time s where the harvest god Sntum and th e ancient god of light, Mithras was worshipped llus celebration was called Satumalin Many of the traditional h o liday decorations come fro m the se ancient celebrations The holly, the Yule log the evergreen tree etc, are to name a few Early C hristian leaders did not wtmtnew converts to Christianity to participate in the pagan i stie practice of Satumalin SO in 325 AD the first Christian Emperor of Rome madt' IA"'lClllber 25 th th e official day to cclebmt e the birth of Jesus What s tarted out to be a pagan cclebmtion that was also known a s the "Festival of the birth of the Invi ncibl e Sun .' Now is a celebra tion of tJte birth of our Lon:! and Saviour Jesus C'Jrrist and we now truly haven Festival cclebmtiug the bit1h of the SON LEARN MORE EXCITING FACTS ABotn' CHRISTMAS AT otJ R ANNUAL CHRISTMAS EVENT :II 0 0 m (") m s: m m :II r 0 :II 0 )> C/) m z ::t z m r m c: r r m ::t z

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LacaT CD a: w m w 0 w c Retirement Banquet To Honor Pastor's 30 Years c BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor a: When the Reverend LL Eddie A. Nunn, Sr. went to Zephyrhills to become the pastor of Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church, he met 4 members. Today, that church has more than REV. EDDIE A. NUNN,SR. the Baptist Church, you had to be called to pastor b efore yo u'd be ordained. It was never my int e ntion to start a church," but God had other ideas. He was ordain ed by Rey. F. G. Hilton (and Wondering what to give Mom, Dad, Sister & 8 or even a Friend for a Christmas Gift' We have the gift they will lovell A TRIP TO APOPKA, FL To A Great Gospel Singing For Haiti -What Time II What A Timell SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 2012 ** 5 P. M. New Location: Rejoice In The Lord Mini 8053 Gilliam Rd. Apopka 32703 CANTON SPIRITUALS THE MIGHTY CLuu'u.. DOC McKENZIE THE HI-liTES BLEST BY FOU TONY PITTMAN & THE HARMONY WINDS 11JNL &u 0cHRISTm flS 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: S 15.00 The alack & Gold Dance 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 other pastors) in 1982. Rev. Nunn was asked to accompany the then pastor at Macedonia (Rev. Gillespie). "I was cutting his hair one day and he asked me to accompany him to his church. I did. We stopped and had cookies and milk along the way, I'll never for get that. We got there, and were met b y 4 members. This was about 12:30. At St. John I was used to getting out about 1. The church was back in the woods, off a dirt road you couldn't see the church," he explained. A month later, he was invit ed back. Rev. Gillespie sug gested to the congregation to keep him for 90 da ys and if they were satisfied with his service, they could hire him. Deacon Rufus Riley suggested they hire him after about 3 weeks. Likewise, as he redirects his ministry service ("as a minis ter you never retire"), he has suggested to his congregation that they keep Pastor Adrian Gay for 90 days and if his service comes up to standards of the Lord, they should hire him. "He has been a great help to me." Rev. Nunn says 'thank you' to the Lord for the bless ings he has bestowed upon him. In the 30 years we've traveled up and down the highway (about so miles roundtrip, several times a week) I've had a flat tire only once." Rev. Nunn did not make these trips alone. His wife, Geraldine CaldwellNunn was always at his side. For several years she was the church s musician. Not only did he pastor the church, but Rev. Nunn became involved in the community there. The church held Law Day, where they invited several members of law enforcement to interact with the community. And, Homecoming was held once a year and his son, Rev. Stephen Nunn would be his guest speaker. Some of what he accom plished at Macedonia included adding a new annex, remodeling the church, adding running water, paved streets, clearing out debris among other projects. Rev. Nunn was drafted and served in the U. S. Army, attended and graduated from Florida A&M Barber School and started his own business -Nunn Barber and Beauty Shop. He retired after work ing at the University of South Florida for 19 years as a refrigeration mechanic. Rev. and Mrs. Nunn, are parents to 6 children (5 sur viving), have 11 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchil dren. Allie's Angels Provides Love Baskets For 150 Families From left to right: (front row) Jordan Young (U}' Bruss), Eric Brown and Azzie Northern. Back row (left to right); Buccaneer Micheal Bennett, former NFL player, Ricky Reynolds, James Northern, Fire chief Ron Shipp, A. J. Crawford, and ASCS founder, Tyrone Keys. On November 22 2011, the Hope Center was the home of blessings to 150 families, thanks to Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Demar Dotson, who for the second year donated turkeys. Also pitching in were Buc pla y er, Micheal Bennett, and All Sports Community Services founder, Tyrone Keys. ASCS alumni, Jerome Crawford's 8-yearold son, Jordan Young (known as Ul' Bruss) is an anti-bully rapper and used his allowance to purchase 25 turkeys. Azzie Northern, founder of Azzie's Angels, started her non-profit organization two years ago and they do two food giveaways annually : "Our goal is to take care of needy families in Hillsborough County. I'm thankful for all the help I've gotten and this is something from my heart, because I've always wanted to help oth-ers." Special thanks to the Hope Center for continuing to be a place where blessings con tinue to abound. Annual Holiday Gala AllDAY, DECEMBER 23, 2011 An Elegant Evening of Socializing & Dancing A fabulous Buffet Embassy Suitas Hotel USF/Busch Gardens At The Galleria 3705 Spectrum Blvd. 8:00p.m. -12:00 a.m. $45.00 per person For Ticket Information, Contact Any Charmette Charmette Dr. Margaret A. Asher, President A COmmittee: Joyce AusUn, Chairperson A D. Donna Douglas, Co-Chairperson ""' Janice London Delores Williams Evelyne Keeton ..A /;; A 601 o3 Fundraising activity supporting I .. National & Local canoer Projects 4 .Jo.:IL /). -4 .."", "Y). ...

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Boutique Owner Looks To Expand In The Future BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Rashonda Powe {Lynette) had no idea that one day she'd own a boutique. Previously, she had been involved in the entertainment industry with her fiance, who founded Made Man Entertainment. "I've always been a hard worker. I've sold jewelry, and even attended pharmacy school. New technology and the low pay as an assistant changed my mind, so I never finished school. I also thought about being a fash ion designer, but there's no market in Tampa for that." Lynette decided to return to selling jewelry, and from there she added various accessories. "As the items I was selling expanded, I decided to open a boutique and make it a one-stop-shop." Lynette is the owner of Made Misses Boutique and said she keeps up with trends by watching some of 888.8metro8 metropcs.com RASHONDA POWE "Lynette" the reality shows. "I get a lot of requests for items seen on those shows so I decided to start watch ing the shows myself. I have a huge inventory now and I try to bring something new in every two weeks. I order from all over the country." Lynette said she offers her customers a unique service by being accessible to them and living close to where her shop is located. "I must give credit to my mom and fiance for being there for me. At the age of 26 with two small children, it's been strenuous, but thanks to my family and fiance, I can spend more time at my shop. "At one time, I did feel like I was neglecting my children, but I stay grounded and I try to accomplish whatever I dream of." Lynette said when she opened the boutique in October; she wasn't sure this was what she really wanted, but as it turned out, it's working out fine I really hadn't planned to start a business, but God had other plans for me. I have one person working with me right now and after this year I'd like to open a shop in Tallahassee, close to the two college campuses Later I'd like to open a boutique in Atlanta." Made Misses Boutique is located in Temple Terrace at 9712 North 56th Street. metroPCS Wireless for All. Haitian Eanhquake Victims Still Trving To Recover c m 0 m s: m m :II BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Pastor Diem Durvelus {Pastor James) said there has been so much going on in the news over the past year, and people have forgotten about the victims of the 2009 earthquake that wreaked havoc throughout the Caribbean country of Haiti "We need to create aware ness, because things are not going well in Haiti. People are still living in tents and on the streets, and the young girls are prostituting to stay alive." Pastor James said there has also been a steep rise in reported cases of HIV /AIDS. "People are still devastated, and don't have food, clothing or fresh water. Thousands of people are homeless and the country in still in a political fight for its future. Pastor James said on his mosf recent trip to Haiti, he was shocked at news of a pro posed hotel that would house more than 6oo people. "The problem with the hotel idea is the people who need shelter the most won t be able PASTOR DIEM DUVERLUS "Pastor James" to stay in the hotel because they can't afford it. The econ omy is very bad, everything is priced high, and there's no work. The people are running out of hope. "We still need help, and we need people to understand that the people of Haiti were suffering before the earth-0 quake. Now, it's just wide-spread devastation." C Pastor James said last year, they held an event m themed "A Night Of Reflection," with hope of z bringing international atten-m tion to the problem. In 2012, the theme will be "A Night Of c Unity And Hope." J= z ., c m r-(ii :::E: m c Subject to change. limited time offer. Restrictions apply. You must hove at l e a s t 4 active lines of service on one account t o be eligible for promotional r ate. See soles associate for quallfylngphones included In this great offer. Plans Include all features of $40 monthly service plan. Offer not nvnilnble with all rate plans or all handsets. Calculated coverage of over 280 million population based on 2010 Target Pro data. Coverage and services not available everywhere. Rates, services and features subject to change. MetroPCS service for personal use only. See store or metropcs.com for details, coverage, handsets and Terms and Conditions of Service.

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H e alfh. :n Cosmetics Can Hurt: Tips To Protect Yourself Foods That Boost Your Mood This is the time of year when women will be attend ing holiday functions. Inclu sive of fancy clothing, they also add a little extra flair by applying makeup. Although cosmetics are supposed to enhance a woman's beauty, if you aren't careful they may enhance their healthcare costs. Items like lip gloss and mascara that seem so harmless can actually cause you to end up with conditions such as bac terial infections, the flu, pink eye or even herpes. Expiration Dates A lot of women do not re place cosmetics unless the products are empty or there clear signs of a problem. Cosmetics, like food, have expiration dates and they need to be discarded when their lifespan expires. Think about it, if product has ex pired, its preservatives have expired too. Seal It If the covers or lids on your cosmetics get lost or broken, either throw the products away or find a way to protect them when they are not being used. Cosmetic Tools Brushes, applicators sponges and other cosmetic tools should always be han dled with freshly washed hands. These tools also need to be cleaned regularly with hot water and anti-bacterial soap. Sharing Don't do it, not even using your own tools. If someone has an eye infection or suf fers from cold sore!) and her cosmetics get contaminated, that you dip your own brush into a product will not pre vent the spread of those germs. Makeup Counters Never put any of those products on your face. If you want to test them, do it on your wrist or the back of your hand, and afterward, make sure to wash your hands be fore they come into contact with your face again. Saliva Do not allow saliva to get anywhere near your eyes. Some women will thought lessly lick their fingers and wipe away makeup from their eyes Saliva contains bacteria and such practices are essentially begging for a problem. Contact Lens Wearers People who wear contact lenses need to be more care ful than other cosmetics users because items can get trapped against the eye and increase their risk of infec tion. Always put your contact lenses in before you put your makeup on and remove them after you have removed your makeup. Stressed: Eat Chocolate Dark choco late helps to reduce stress hormones that are swarming in your body. Sluggish: Eat Spinach For more energy eat fo late-rich foods like spinach and other leafy green vegeta bles as well as potatoes, forti fied breads and cereals, beans, peas and mushrooms. Cranky: Eat An Apple With Peanut Butter To blast irritability eat combination foods that contain a car bohydrate in combination with either some protein or some fat Carbohydrates are a great source of energy that quickly burns out. A great example of a combination snack is an apple with peanut butter. Named one of the best in the nation. And #1 in Tampa Bay. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named to U.S.News & World Report's list of "America's Best Hospitals"-this time, in seven specialties: Cardiology & Heart Surgery; Diabetes & Endocrinology; Geriatrics; Gynecology; Nephrology; Orthopedics; and Urology. By ranking in the top 25% of all hospitals evaluated, TG H was designated high-performing in five other specialties: Cancer; Ear, Nose & Throat; GastroenterolOgy; Neurology & Neurosurgery; and Pulmonology. This designation, along with our national rankings, earned TGH the distinction of #1 hospital in Tampa Bay. We would like to thank our outstanding team of healthcare professionals for their continued commitment to exceptional patient care. Tampa General Hospital. Tl'llllllfw ......... ......... For a referral to one of our physicians, please call 1DOCS or visit www.tgh.org. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine Angry: Sip Green Tea m 0 m s: aJ m :::c ...a. Green tea contains theanine, : which calms you and helps you maintain clear concen-...a. tration and focus. Anxious: Eat Salmon If anxiety and worries are consuming your day, con sider heading out to lunch and order salmon, which is rull of omega-3 fatty acids, a nutrient that may help tame your anxiety. Sad: Eat Whole-Grain Cereal With Lowfat Milk Your source of sadness "11 could be a deficiency of vita-r min D. This may be affecting your body's ability to stabi-6 lize your mood and reduce l> feelings of depression. BooSt m your intake of vitamin D, Z with lowfat fortified milk and whole-grain cereals. m r-m c rr z c aJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m ?J -t c m en c )> z c

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National Pres. Obama: GOP wanted a: w m :E w (.) w To Take Me Down, Not Fix Countrv's Problems C In what may have been one of his most candid interC views to-date President a: Barack Obama levied u.. highly contentious charges against his Republicans ri vals, accusing them of will ingly allowing the economy to tank in order to regain the White House. Speaking with 6o Minutes Steve Kroft in an interview that aired Sunday night, the president said Republicans chose to stand on the side lines while the economy worsened so that they could capitalize on blaming him. "When I came into office in 2008, it was my firm belief that at such an important moment in our history, there was no reason why Democ-PRES. BARACK OBAMA rats and Republicans couldn t put some of the old ideological baggage aside and focus on common sense, what works, practical solu tions to the tough problems we were facing, Pres. Obama told "6o Minutes c a: u.. Tea Partv Makes Racial IV-Tinged Pres. Obama Skunk Reference c Patriot Freedom Alliance, Z a Hutchinson Kansas Tea < Party group is coming under fire for making a raciallytinged President Barack W Obama skunk reference. ::J .... w > w c w J: en ::::i m ::J a. An offensive illustration comparing Pres. Obama to a skunk was posted on patri otfreedomalliance org the website of the group, with the caption: "The skunk has replaced the eagle as the new symbol for the president. It is half black, it is half white, and almost everything it does stinks It was removed from the Patriot Freedom Alliance website after being criticized for its racially charged mes sage by the NAACP. Thomas Hymer, who maintains th e w e b site, d e fended this mes s age saying: "It's satire is what it is. Satire in a politically incorrect form." z i= w ...J ...J ;:::) Candv Hustler Pulls $55K A Year Slinainu M&Ms On Train m ...J NEW YORK Alex "Tracks" McFarland says i= he doesn t want t_o hang in ffi th hood and be perceived as en a ug. So he hustles M&Ms < an cookies in the New York C Ci train system instead. And he makes $55,000 ...J ollars a year doing it. u. / McFarland says it's the M&Ms that keeps the cash flow rolling. "I got M&M peanuts which is my number one ALEX MCFARLAND seller," McFarland says. "Number one seller. Without these, none of my candy would sell." 10-Year-Oid Girl Gives Birth To Three-Pound Babv MEXICO A ten-year-old Mexican girl delivered an in fant by Caesarean section after a 31-week pregnancy. The mother was admitted to a hospital in the city of Puebla, 6o miles southeast of Mexico City after "suffering from seizures and other med ical problems." GOP Site Plans To Infiltrate liberal Sites With 'Trolls' Right-wing website Red State.com has offered a com prehensive plan for its followers to infiltrate left wing sites by pretending to be progressives to hurt the Democratic Party. The list of directions cre ated by the site are below. First, infiltratethe site. For this you will have to avoid creating screen names like GoPalinGo or Heart landredstater. Also, some websites may actually have you wait a week before you are allowed to comment or Wife Of 'House Of Horrors' Doctor Admits To Abortions PEARL GOSNELL PHILADELPHIA The wife of a Philadelphia doctor has admitted performing illegal abortions at a filthy clinic that authorities describe as a "house of horrors." Court documents indicate Pearl Gosnell pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges in cluding performing two late term abortions. Gosnell is the wife of Kermit Gosnell, who is charged in the deaths of seven babies and a woman who died of a painkiller over dose. IE Ex-Cop Kills Wife Over Christmas Monev Woes NEW YORK-Clarence Cash, 49, a retired New York cop confessed to authorities that he shot his wife 10 times to death because he was stressed over holiday ex penses and money woes. The former cop told NYPD that his wife, Tracey Young, threatened to leave him after a fight over money, putting him over the edge. CLARENCE CASH He's charged with first-de gree murder and remanded without bail, and his lawyer asked that he be placed in protective custody at Rikers. 'American Gangster' Frank lucas Charged With ss Then NEWARK-Frank Lucas, 81, the former heroin king pin of New York City and the man who's life is told in ''American Gangster," star ring Denzel Washington is charged with theft by de ception for deceiving the U.S. Treasury. Lucas claimed he lost a Social Security check and re ceived a new one and then cashed them both. The funds were earmarked for his ISyear-old son FRANK LUCAS Frank Lucas, who once ran a billion-dollar business smuggling heroin before going straight, could go to jail for bilking the U.S. gov ernment out of $17,300. Air Force Dumped Dead Soldiers In landfill VIRGINIA Hundreds of American soldiers were cre mated and dumped into a Virginia landfill without no tifying a majority of the fam ilies. At least 976 body parts of 274 U.S. soldiers recovered from war zones abroad were ditched in a Kings County, Va., dump after arriving at Dover Air Base between 2004 and 2008. The Air Force came clean about the practice last month after whistleblowers com plained about sloppy work at pover, the main entry for fallen soldiers coming from battlefields overseas. 70% 01 Black women Will Never Marrv Not True OHIO -We hear so much about college-educated, money-making sistas being unable to get a man. It's like Black women are more likely to share a latte with First Lady Michelle Obama in the middle of Times Square than they are to catch a decent Black man. But Angela Stanley, a researcher at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity at Ohio State University, says that chal lenges Black women face in finding a suitable partner are more complex than the num bers suggest. For example, those numbers that say 7096 of Black women don't marry just do not add up: Tired of paying outrageoug Tax Preparation & Bank Feegf Call ug HOWl According to 2009 data from the Census Bureau, 70.596 ofBla'* women in the U. S. had never been mar ried, but those were women between the ages of 2529. m ch ,... w Simpla Convaniant Sansibla Refund Eati!NitH Mobile Service EINIIIIFax Service 813.418.7919 CJ 2112 W. BUSCH BLVD, TAMPA WWW. TAXSERVICEFORLESS.COM Black women man-Y later. By age 55 and above, those numbers showed, only 1396 of Black women had never been married. In fact, people who have never married in their life times are in the cleat minor ity, regardless

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22nd Annual Banquet Celebration Held On Thursday, November 10th, friends family, business associates and partners gath ered at The Amphitheatre at Lake Mirror to celebrate 22 years of service and commu nity contributions of New Life Outreach Ministry, Inc. (NLOM) The chosen theme of this occasion was Leaping to Mold Minds. Justin N. Fennell served as Master of Ceremony. The program outlined participants as follows: Invocation, Napoleon Spencer; Opening Song, America The Beautiful; Greetings, the Honorable Mayor Gow B. Fields; and Musical Selection, Yvette Darby, accompanied by Chad Edwards. Others program participants were: Introduction of Speaker, Larry S. Mitchell, NLOM Executive Director; Keynote Speaker, James "Brewster" Thompson, a renowned motivational speaker, entertaining ventriloquist and jump rope performer; Special Awards/Recognitions; and Closing Remarks, Larry S. Mitchell; and Benediction, Dr. Nathaniel B. Hill. Among the award recipients were Mrs. Lynne Simpkins, Senior Planner with the City of Lakeland. NLOM provides residential substance abuse treatment as an alternative to incarceration in a county facility. Happy Birthday Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to Michael Haynes, of Tampa, who will celebrate his 15th natal day on December 20th. Michael is the son of Earl and Sharon Haynes. Special birthday wishes are extended to Deacon Ruben Allen, of Tampa, (Dec. 21st) and Myrtle Smith, of Lakeland who will celebrate another natal day on December 22nd_ May God continue to bless each of you with many more birthdays! Shaw-NufShout-Out ASIA JOSEPH This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout Out goes out to Little Miss Asia Joseph, of Lakeland. She is the daughter of Shawna Mobley. Asia is a Pre-K student at Destined for Greatness Child Care Center. And destined for greatness is Asia. She loves to sing, dance and play out side Asia celebrated her sth birthday on Nov. 13th. Shaw-Ntifwill be watching you, Asia. As you progress on your path to greatness! 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, organization, 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 Shaw-NtifTalk wants to c c m (") hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your cele-m brations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, ......, weddings, family reunions, < civic groups, social clubs, reli-1\l gious organizations, church programs and community """' news, etc., with the readership of the Flo'rida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: or calling (863) 513-8437. Roosevelt Academv Named Finalist In State Green School Awards The Horticultural Science Class at Roosevelt Academy in Lake Wales has been named one of three Class Finalists in the 2011 Florida Green School Awards Program. There were 103 applications in the contest, with 16 finalists being selected in one of four cate gories. Roosevelt Academy was the only public school from Polk County to be named as a finalist. Under the direction of Ray Cruze, the teacher who implemented the program, students operate the school-based farm using both traditional row crop methods and hydroponic growing systems Students grow: tomatoes, b peppers, onions, greens, squash, cucumbers, beans c and herbs. l> The Florida Green School Awards Program is a partnership between DOE, DEP, Florida's Foundation, and the Sustainable Florida Program. z :j z m r m c: r r z ., c: m r c;; ::::t m c m < m :::u < ....f c: m CJ) c )> z c c bulbs LIFE RUNS ON ENeROV'"

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,.... ,.... 0 N cD ,.... a: w m w () w c >"' C:( c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en w ::::) .... fX: w > w c w :::z::: en :::i m ::::) D.. z t= w ...J ...J ::::) m ...J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J LL. m ob ,.... w a.; II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of iss u ance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 141748.0000 F ile No.: 2012-1 Certificate No.: 205807-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description ol Property: TERRACE PARK SUBDIVISION LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 8 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 10171 SEC TWP AGE : 21-28 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: TILLMAN W. HARDY SANDRA L HARDY Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certifiCate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the .5.lb day of January. 2012. at 10:00 A .M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 8th day of November 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OIThe Cfn::uh Court Hillsborough County, Rorfda TONYA R TUCKER Deputy Clerk II you ara a person whh a dlubllhy who nuda any accommodation In order to participate In thla procndlng, you era enthled, at no coat to you, to the provlalon ol certain aulstence. Pleaae contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Rorlda, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working daya prior to the date the service Is Medad; II you era hearing or voice Impaired, call711. II Waterside Condo 43rd & Sligh 3 Bedroom/1 Bath WDH, CHA Tile Throughout Section 8 Ok Available Now Call Marie (813) 784-3360 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certifica t e has filed said certificate for a t ax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: on836. 1700 File No.: 2012-10 Certificate No.: 198695-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: W 99. 67 FT OF E 995 .08 FT OF N 889 00 FT OF S 939 00 FT OF SW t/4 OF SE \4 LYING E OF SCLRR SEC TWP AGE : 24 -3120 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: TEAMEFFORT INC Said property be i ng in the County of H ills borough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the .5.lb day of January. 2012, at 10:00 A ,M, (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4609 to verify sale location). Dated this 8th day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk 01 The Cln::ult Court Hillsborough County, Rorlda TONY A R TUCKER Deputy Clerk II you era e peraon whh a disability who nuda any accommodation In order to participate In thla proceeding, you era enthled, at no coat to you, to the provision ol certain aaalstence Pleaae contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Rorlda, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed ; II you ara hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. FOR RENT Condo Pond VIew Near Hillsborough And Busch 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $600.00/Monthly Swimming Pool Access Laundry Facility Water And Sewer Included (813) 390-4169 TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 089996 .5000 File No.: 2012-11 Certificate No.: 201541-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description ol Property : S 206 .25 FT OF N 17 .19 CHS OF W 6.4 CHS OF NW \4 SEC TWP AGE : 17-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: LIFE ESTATE MAUREEN HAZEL EDGEMAN KEVIN MATTHEW EDGMAN Said property being in the County of H i llsborough State of Flor ida Unless such cert i f i cate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property de scribed in such cert i ficate shall be sold to the h ighes t b i dd e r at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the .5.lb day of January. 2012 at 10 ; 00 A,M (NOTICE: Please call ( 8 13) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 8th day of November 2011 PAT FRANK Clark 01 The Cln::uh Court Hillsborough County, Rorlda TONY A R TUCKERDaputy Clerk II you era person whh a dlubllhy who needs any accommodation In order to partlclpale In thla proceeding, you era entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision ol certain assistance. Please contact the Clertl's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Rorlda, (813) 276-8100 extanalon 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia Medad; II you ara hearing or voice Impaired, call 711, II USF Area 13050 North 2oth Street Spacious 2 Story 2 Bedroom Townhome Free Water Free Washer/Dryer With Lease 1 Month Free Rent Great Location Section 8 Ok Only $685.00 Call 813.3633 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of iss uance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No : 158038.0000 File No.: 2012-12 Certificate No.: 176350-08 Year of Issuance: 2008 Descr i pt ion of Property : BONITA LOT 13 AND S Y.z ALLEY ABUTTING BLOCK 23 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 02171 SEC TWP AGE : 06 29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: WHITING S. TAYLOR Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Rorida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest b idder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the .5.lb day of Januarv 2012 at 10;00 A .M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 8th day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk OIThe Cln::uh Court Hillsborough County, Rorlda TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk II you era a whh a dlsabllhy who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to yoU, to the provlalon ol certain aaalstance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenalon 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the Hrvlca Ia Medad; II you ara hearing or voice Impaired, call711. NOTICE OF FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC #1305 the holder of the following certificate has filed sa id certificate for a tax deed to be issue d 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.: 091145.0000 File No.: 2012-3 Certificate No.: 201687-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description ol Property: W 146FT OF E 683FT OF S 150FT OF SE J4 OF SW \4 LESS S 25 FT FOR AD SEC TWP AGE : 03-29-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: CHARLES RICKY MADARIS 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 h i ghest bidder at the Jury Audhorlum, 2nd Roor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the .5.lb day of January. 2012, at 10;00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (8 13) 276 81 00 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 8th day of November, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk 01 The Clrcuh Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk II you ara a Person whh a dlsabllhy who needs any accommodation In order to partlclpale In this proceeding, you ara entitled, at no cost' to you, to the provlalon ol certain asalstance. Please contact the Clerk'll ADA CoordJriator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) worldng days prior to the date the Hrvlca Ia Medad; If you ara hearing or voice Impaired, can 711. BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday 0 12:00 RM. Friday EdHion Monday_ 0. 12.'00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE; $10.00 1 Words And -For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad

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:!:! 0 TAX DEEDS II i 0 m 3: 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.: 089294.11 00 File No.: 2012-4 Certificate No.: 201433-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: NW 14 OF SE 14 OF NW 14 LESS E 133FT AND LESS RIW AND LESS W 399.1 0 FT OF E 665.10 FT SEC TWP RGE: 32-27-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Nllme(s) In which SSMSSed : DAVID JIMENEZ LIDIA JIMENEZ Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed acconling to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audhorlum, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouu, 800 Eut Twiggs Street, Tampe Fl. 33602 on tha 51b day of JaQUiry. 2012. at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this lllh day of Noyembet 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKER DePutY Clerk If you are e penon with a disability who I'IMda any accommodation In order to In this proceeding, you .,. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provl-81on of certllln au181anc:e. Pleue con-18ct the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. IC8nnecly Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205, two (2) workIng days prior to the date the ..vice Is Medecl; If you .,. '-ring or voice Impaired, call 711. Brandon Pool Home In Gated Community 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Car garage 1 ,876 SF Fenced 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 BOOK/PAGE: 0001/0134 SECTWP AGE: 11-29 SUBJECT TO AU OUTSTANDING TAXES Name() In which auened: DANIEL L CASTILLO Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highes1 blddar at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampe FL 33602 on the 5111 day of January 2012, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this lllh day of NCMI!Dbet 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 I'IMda any eccommodatlon In order to participate In this proceeding, you .,. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Pleue contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. IC8nnedy Bhld., Tempe Florfda, (813) 278-8100 nttnslon 42015, two (2) working days prior to the date the Mt"VIce Is IIMded; If you are '-ring or voice lmpelred, cell 711. Homes Available 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Call (813) 453.0123 Section 8 Ok 5 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home, Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room WDH, CHA Stainless Steel Appliances (813) 758-2289 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.: 165890.0000 File No.: 2012-7 Certificate No.: 208879-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: ALICE HEIGHTS REVISED MAP LOT BEG 140 FT N OF SE COR OF LOT 1 AND RUN N 145FT W 145 FT S 145 FT AND E 145 FTTO BEG PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 26/19 SEC TWP AGE : 01-29-18 SUBJECT TO AU OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which UMned: KENNETH GOYENS CHARLAYNE GOYENS Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described In such certificate shall be sold to the highest blddar at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 Eaat Twiggs Street, Tampe FL 33602 on the 51b day of January 2012, at 10;00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this lllh day of Nowtmblr. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKERDeputy Clerk If you are a penon with a disability who needs any eccornmodatlon In order to participate In this proceeding. you are entitled, at no coat to you to the provl81on of certain aulatance. Pleae cont8ct the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florfda, (813) 278-8100 nttn8lon 42015, two (2) working daya prior to the date the ..vice Is IIMded; If you ere '-ring or voice Impaired, 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) 451-1588 Sulphur Springs 4 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, Fenced Backyard Laundry Room Section 8 OK $1, 100 00/Monthly Available January 1, 2012 Call (813) 968-1188 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 : 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 14 OF NW l4 AND N LINE OF HWY 92 AND RUN N 11 DEG 04 MIN W 400 FT N 78 DEG 56 MINE 200FT S 11 DEG 04 MIN E 400 FT AND S 78 DEG 56 MIN W 200 FT TO BEG SEC TWP AGE : 27-28-22 SUBJECT TO AU OUTSTANDING TAXES Nllme(a) In which UMned: PAUL K. ENTERPRISES INC. Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shaD be redeemed according to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest blddar at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthousa, 800 Eut Twiggs Street, Tempe FL 33602 on the 5111. day of January. 2012. at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please calf (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated thi s ll1b day of November. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florfda TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a penon with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding. you .,. entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Pleue contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., TMipe Florida, (813) 278-8100 nttn81on 4205, two (2) working daya prior to the date the ..vice Is Medecl; If you are '-ring or voice Impaired, Cllll 711' Home For Rent 4 Bedroqm/1 Bath Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Call (863) 214-1191 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thaf 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 Deacrlptlon of Property: COM AT NW COR E 'h OF NW 14 OF NW 14 RUN N 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC 2 165 FT TO POB S 00 DEG 05 MIN 06 SEC W 331FT N 89 DEG 11 MIN 25 SEC E 145 FT 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 AGE: 03-30-21 SUBJECT TO AU OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which -.eel: JORGE FERNANDEZ Said property being in the County of HiUsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shaft be redeemed IICCOiding to law, the property described in such certificate shaft be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse,_ 800 Eaat Twiggs Street, Tempe FL 33602 on the 5111. day of Jarury, 2012. at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please cal (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 1111 day of Noyenjblr, 2!l11 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida TONYA R. TUCKER Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needa any accommodation In order to partlclpete In this proceeding, you are entitled, no coat to yOu. to the provision of certain asalatance.. Please contaCt the Cleric's ADA Coordlnaior, n 601 E. IC8nnecly Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 278-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days the date the ..vice Is Medecl; If you are '-tog or voice ImPaired. cllil 711. Move In Specials! No Deposits! FREE Rent TMLEASI;S.Com 813-221-4457 "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' 1 SentlleiBu1Ietin """"''' """""'"". (813) 248-l-921 ,, m m J:l ...... 5 1\) 0 ...... ...... r-0 :!:! en m z ..... z m r-m c r r-!:!1 z "tJ c m .r-c;; % m 0 m < m J:l < ..... c m (g )> z 0 J:l 0 ..... m

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,... ,... 0 ('II cD ,... a: w m w u w c c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c CI'J w :::::1 ..... > a: w > w c w :I: CI'J :J m :::::1 c.. z i= w ...J ...J :::::1 m ...J w z i= z w CI'J a: 0 ...J LL II 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 Rm. 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 OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 55 PAGE 11, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY FLORIDA. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. "If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Ms. Nancy Yanez at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone number 813-272-6457, two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); if you are voice impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8770." Dated this .2.9.th day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ JENNY ALVAREZ As Deputy Clerk LEGAL NOTICE David Nelson Construction Co. is soliciting bids from WBE/MBE subcontractors for a project we are bidding to Hillsborough County US 301 Force main (Valencia Lakes to SR 674)" bidding on 12121/11 @2:00p.m. Subcontractors are asked to have their quotes in to us as early as possible prior to bid time (Fax : (727) 786-8894) Drawings and specifications can be reviewed at David Nelson Construction Co., located at 3483 Alternate 19 Palm Harbor, FL 34683 and also at the F.W. Dodge and Construction Market Data locations throughout the Tampa Bay Area, or purchased via Demandstar. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS No. 11-534-049 Sealed proposals for Website Redesign Development and Consult ing Services will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4100 George J Bean Parkway Suite 3311, Main Terminal 3rd Floor Blue Side Tampa, Florida 33607 Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport.com Quick Links A i rport Business Notice of Solicitations on December 16, 2011. TAMPA PORT AUTHORITY INVITATION TO BID (ITB) No. B-003-12 TERMINAL 2 ROOF RENOVATION PROJECT NO. 12-01410 The Tampa Port Authority (TPA) is soliciting sealed bids from qualified contractors interested in repair and renovation of the membrane roof on TPA Cruise Terminal 2 The Contractor will provide all labor equipment, material and consumables to perform the work identified in the bid specifications A mandatory Pre-Bid Conference and Site Visit will be held Wednesday January 4 2012 at 9 :00a. m in the TPA Board Room on the first floor of 1101 Channelside Drive Tampa, FL 33602. Prospective bidders are required to attend The ITB is available through a link on the TPA' s website (www tampaport.com) and the DemandStar System (www demandstar .com)." Interested firms shall submit a completed response to the Tampa Port Authority 11 01, Channelside Drive, 4th Floor Tampa, FL 33602 Sealed bids are due by Thursday January 26, 2012 at 1 : 00 p m at which time all bids received will be publicly opened and read aloud Firms failing to submit the required ITB Documents as outlined on Form Bl 1 may be deemed non-responsive to the ITB TPA encourages the use of registered Small Business Enterprise (SBE) firms to the greatest extent possible on TPA projects and has a goal of nine percent (9%) SBE participation TPA will consider SBE participation when evaluating the bids Questions concerning this ITB should be directed Donna Casey TPA Procurement Dept. (813) 905-5044 by email at dcasey@tampaport.com or by fax at (813) 905-5050 II INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, pecial Acts, Laws of Florida, ealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of ampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 12127/11 JET FUEL 2:30 PM ON 12128/11 FORD F-350 CAB & CHASSIS WITH SIGN BODY, SPEC. NO. 24-12 3:00PM ON 12128/11 CAB & CHASSIS WITH 13 CY. DUMP BODY REMOVAL & SPEC NO. 39-12 2:30 PM ON 12129/11 FORD F-150 XL PICK-UP TRUCKS, SPEC. NO. 7-12 3:00PM ON 12129/11 FORD F-350 CREW CAB & CHASSIS WITH STAKE BODY, SPEC. NO. 19-12 2:30PM ON 1/3/12 SIPLAST ROOF REPLACEMENT AT FIRE STATION #5 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 9:00 AM ON 12116/11 @ 3900 N. CENTRAL AVE. TAMPA FL 2:30PM ON 1/4/12 ODOR CONTROL CARBON MEDIA hen and thereafter to be ublicly opened and read. Bid ocuments are available at the urchasing Department (Phone 0 8131274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission f any Bid in response to this dvertised request shall constitute a id made under the same nditions for the same contract rice and for the same effective eriod as this Bid to all public ntities in Hillsborough County. ated: 12116/11 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Request for Proposals for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until 2:30PM ON 1/27/12 CITYWIDE GPS-BASED VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEM PRE-PROPOSAL CONF. TO BE HELD @9:00AM ON 1/6/12 @ CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND FL., TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be public l y opened and read. Request for Proposal are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). Dated: 12116/11 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 INVITATION TO BID Qompetitive sealed bids will be received by the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, Florida, and publicly opened on January 17, 2012 at 2:30 p m for: RFB 1115 -Implementation of BMP's Lake Clay Construction. MANDATORY PRE-BID CONFERENCE; Tuesday, December 27, 2011 0 10:00 A.M. at the Town of Lake Placid Municipal Building, 311 West Interlake Blvd., Lake Placid, FL 33852. All interested parties may have access to the project site prior to or after the Mandatory Pre-Bid Conference. The Request for Bid may be obtained through the District's Internet website at http://www.watermatters.org/procureme nt under "View our solicitat ions on DemandStar" or "Alternate View to our Current Solicitations." Southwest Florida Water Management District, Procurement, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899; procurement@watermatters.org ; 352-796-7211, ext. 4133; or In Florida: 1-800-423-1476, TDD ONLY 1-800-231-6103. The District reserves the right to reject any or all bids/proposals received with or without cause Anita Hoover Buyer 2 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 08-CA-00170 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY Plaintiff, vs. SAMUEL D. HARRIS, BERNEL J. HAMILTON-HARRIS A/KA BERNEL J. HARRIS, et al Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered in this cause by the Circuit Court of Hillsborough County Florida the property described as: LOT 6, BLOCK 10, HERITAGE ISLES PHASE 2D, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 89, PAGE 85, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, on January 9. 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at the George Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St. Tampa, FL 33602 "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 BOO 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 1-80Q-955-8n1 (TTY); If you are voice Impaired, call the Florida Relay Services at 1-BOQ-955-anO." Dated this day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ JENNY ALVAREZ As Deputy Clerk 11,!;;;;;;;;;;1 II HOMES FOR RENT II 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 -. 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Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & elig ible spouses of vets MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EEO Employer ................................................ c::.7---!<--.. .--c:.., .... c: .. -..---... :,_ ............ .... ... a .. -...--_ _. .. -,.---"' .. .,.__ ...... ,._ .... .. II 5 Bedrooml2 Bath CHA, Carport WID Hook-Up Fenced Back Yard Available 12/15/11 Call Jonda (727) 320-7310 APTS. 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Strolling Down Christmas Memorv lane BY IRIS B. H O LTON p a r ents stood in lin e f o r .. Sentine l City Editor h ours b ef or e st o r es op ened .. t o p u rc h ase t h e d olls ,. 1 1 'JI' Mos t pa r e nt s t e ach th e ir c hil d r e n t h e T h ey are s till availab l e n t ru e m e a n i n g of Chri s t m a s Th e y wa nt to m ake o nlin e I I t l'f-r . n .\ Frl ( s u re t h a t th e reaso n f o r th e seaso n 1 s n o t l os t m co m -T h e Teletubbies ini-; t i" '' m e rcia lism tially targe t e d a n a udien ce B eg innin g in O c t o b e r th e te l evis i o n com merbe t wee n th e ages of o n e cia l s b eg in inv a din g h o m es. T h e se e ds of d es i re a r e a nd f o ur. How eve r tha t pl a nt e d a nd th e childr e n b eg in m a kin g th e ir lis t s qui ckly change d and old e r , KEN-1981 T o d ay, in th e age of e l ectronics youn g p eo pl e s iblin gs and eve n coll ege a r e draw n t o tre nd ga m es I n stude nt s t oo k an intere s t in the dolls. They were intro-r---------------------------------, th e p as t p a r e nt s h a d t o bu y th e l a t est t oys sta ndin g i n duced with th e televi s ion s ho w in M arch 1997. l o n g lin es was th e norm. Eac h Teletubby had a television monitor in the cent e r Th e Sentinel i s t a kin g a s t roll b ac k in tim e t o feao f it s s t o m a ch that recei ve d vid e o m es sages and a s in g l e ture so m e of th e toys th a t eve r yo n e h ad t o h ave. a nt e nna. Tinky Winky was purple ; Dipsy w as g r e e n ; The Black Barbie -Alth o u g h th e Barbi e D oll LaaLaa was y ello w ; and the most popular Po, w as red. a nd h e r entourage we r e int ro du ce d in Marc h 1 959, i t Acti o n fig ure s much in dem a nd for both bo y s and girls w a s n t unti11 96 7 th a t th e Blac k d oll in th e Barbie Fam i nclud e d The Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant ily ca m e o n th e sce n e T h e o th e r s wer e Francie, int ra-Ninja Turtles, and Transformers. All three were al s o du ce d in 1967; Julia and Christie, in 1968; a n d Brad 4 see n o n t e l ev i s i on. : .. ./: in 1 9 69. Ken was intr o du ce d in 1981. Know n as H e r o e s in th e H a lf Shell, the Teenage Th e fir s t Black Barbie, whic h was rece ntl y r eis-Mutant Ninja Turtles came into e x istence in 198 7 s u e d was intr o duced in 1 980. S h e wor e th e t ra diti ona l l with the 'IV series. The y w ere mutant turtle crime fightw hit e pa nt s uit a nd ca m e with o th e r accesso ri es. e rs led Splinter, their sen s ei and adopted father. Ho weve r as doll s g o es, n o thin g m a t c h e d th e fr e nzy Parent s went from store to store trying to collect the created in 197 8 with the intro du c tion o f the Cabbage entire s et. The turtles were Leonardo, Raphael, Patch Kids as Littl e People E a ch doll wa s cloth e d Michelangelo, and Donatello. The animated show with a vinyl head At th e time of pur c hase e ach doll had continues to be popular today. its own name, birth certificate and adoption pap e r s. Like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the Each doll was also unique becau se no two were exactl y Mighty Morphin Power Rangers debuted in August alike. 1993. Each had a unique ability and wore a different The sale of the dolls e x ploded a fter the y w e r e f e a-'i color: Jason Lee Scott, I tured in three national mag a zin es. B y O c t o b e r 198 3 li Red Ranger; Zack Continued on page 2-C If you're heading out of town to visit family and f riends for the holidays, please be prepared for the season! Plan a route, allow plenty of time and check the weather Accidents can happen to the best of us At Gibbs and Parnell, our commitment to s erve i s serious busine s s. If you or a friend need our help please contact us for a free con s ultation Best Wishes for Peace and Joy this Holiday Season and a New Year of Good Health, Happiness and Prosperity GIBBS & PARNELL, P.A. Attorneys At Law Personal Injury & Wrongful Death THOMAS E. PARNELL, ESQ. ERIC M. MOORE, ESQ. ROLANDO GUERRA, SQ. 722 E. Fletcher Ave. Tampa, FL 33612 813-975-4445 www.GibbsandPamell.com

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cont. Taylor, Black Ranger; Billy Cranston, Blue Ranger; Trini Kwan, Yellow Ranger; and Kimberly Hart, Pink Ranger in the original show. W These toys would be collector's items today--if anyone knew where to find them. m w 0 w c <( C TELETUBBIES a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w ;::) > a: w > w c w :I: en :J m ;::) 11. z ...I ...I ::::: m ..... w z en a: 0 ..... LL TRANSFORMERS POWER RANGERS . IIAPPY H LIDAYS! One of real joys of the Hqllday ... is the opportunity to say Thank You and to you very best for the New RYOHO. ; . Broadway 50th Street) 623 I .. "'v In Customized Gold Crowns I .Face,i Full Gold, Designer, 'Etc.) TEENAGE MUTANT NINJ' A TURTLES

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DANNY GREEN ... Enjoys giving back to community BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor After completing a career in the military, Danny Green returned home to live After returning home, he aligned himself with a non profit organization that helps those in need. Green is currently preparing to make the holiday brighter for some very fortunate children. This marks the sth year that he has adopted families for the holidays. "Each year, I adopt five families. Mrs. Azzie Northern gives me the number of chil dren in each family and I go shopping for gifts for them. I don't know who the children are. I was amazed how happy the kids were who re ceived the gifts," Green said. He said he does all of the shopping himself, armed with the ages and gender of the chil dren. He purchases age appropriate toys, but said he is careful to avoid the electronic game systems ''I'm blessed and I just try to help other families who are less fortunate by giving back to the community," he said Mrs. Northern, creator of Azzie Founda tion said, "He is a wonderful person, he is so humble. I give him the information and he goes out and buys the toys." In addition to providing the toys, Green a l so helps out with providing food for families during both the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays This year, on December 20th, at the HOPE Center on N. 22nd Street, the organization will provide food baskets for the need y Green said he collects on his job and makes a donation himself. The first to receive the food baskets are the seniors, followed by other families in need. A13 for himself, Green plans to spend the holidays with his mother and daughter. He also plans to rest from the extensive traveling Jte does all year THE SEW-IN. eXTRAVAGANZAl!t Sew-lns .... $125 sew-In With $150 Invisible/3D Part. ...... Partial Sew-ln .$80 Come With Hair Braided Sew-In & Styte .$80 .$55&Up Q tck WeaveS. IR-75 lmrisible/30 Part.. . .,;p BrazJiian & Global Length) Kerattn ....... .$150 (AnY And To Wish YouAllAHappy Holiday Season And A New Year Filled With Love, Happiness And Prosperity FUNERAL. CRISIS CREMATION' PRICES 5002 N. 40th Street . JOHN'HARMON -Tampa,FL I:.FD +Owner 626-8600

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Local N cD ,... a: w m :!: w () w c Cousins Become Entrepreneurs Offering Custom Jewelrv BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor It has often been said that > everyone possesses a special talent. The key is discovering 0: the one thing that person does LL better than most and then capitalizing on it. For several years, two cousins knew what th eir indi vidual talents were, but se -To All My ...... ... .. ..... ...... Hope Yotl Have A Merry Christntas Atzd A Happy New Year l ecte d other careers. Now after several years of talking about it, they hav e created a company that shares their spec ial gifts with others. The two cousins, Mrs. Rosetta Coleman and Mrs. Patricia Tennell, are the owners of Jewel Elite. They re cently decided to formalize the company that has been in ex. i stence for several years. BarbaraJ. Pittman Attorney & Counselor At Law liiiiii-10014 Mabry* Suite 101, (813) 269-9706 o/itlay Greetings: May The Joy & Peace of The Season Be Yours! MelT)' Christmas & A Happy New Year! May the peace and joy of the holiday Jea.Jon be with you throughout the coming year. lfne ll.aw Of Kadell la: 110 N. Armenta Ave., Ste A Tampa, FL 813 254-4623 Gift of Love. The Gift of Peace. The Gift of Happiness. May all of these be yours this holiday season. Thank You For Your Patronage -r:hroughout The Years Atty. Miriam L. Sumpter-Richard Fresh Start Law Firm, Inc. 620 E Twiggs St. Suite 205 Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 Ms. Patricia Tennell, left, and her cousin, Ms. Hosetta Coleman, are creating popular designs with custom jewelry. Mrs. Coleman is Senior Vice President of Human Re lation s at Fifth Third Bank. Although s h e has her own jewelry designs, s h e is the pri mary marketing specialist. A graduate of Tuskegee University with a degree in Business Administration, Mrs. Coleman liv es in Tampa with her husband Albert and two daughters. We have a l ways made jewelry, but we just recently formatted th e company. We try to make designs that women would want as statement pieces that are afford able," Mrs. Coleman said. A native of Quincy, Mrs. Tennell returned to her hometown after completing a career in the medical field. A graduate of New York Medical College, Mrs. Tennell holds a doctorate in Health Admin istration and retired as a hos pital administrator. She focuses on the creative side of the business and cred its h e r husband, Clarence, with inspiring her and push ing her to be even more cre ative. They are parents of two adult children. I draw inspiration from different things. My mother loved jewelry, the bigger, the b etter, the bolder. I am some times inspired just b y looking in her jewelry box "So me people may not re alize that they can have cus tom jewelry. But now a person can have a trul y one of-a-kin d piece of jewelry be ca us e you will never make the same piece exactly the same," Mrs. Tennell said. The two entrepreneurs stay abreast of the latest trends in the industry by attending seminars a nd contin uing to take classes This is important because the indus try is ever changing. Even before deciding to launch their own company, the cousins realized that peo ple want items that standout and make a bold statement without being overpowering Mrs. Tennell said she works with chains, shells, and stones to create jewelry that accomplishes that goal while retaining its uniqueness at the same time. In the beginning, they made jewelry for themselves family, and friends. However, the jewelry drew attention and people began requesting things for special events. As time passed, they began hav ing repeat customers as well as friends and associates of those original customers "It was by word of mouth and then people began hosting parties for us so that their friends could see the jewelry as well," Mrs. Coleman said. With the Christmas holi days less than three weeks away, custom jewelry may be the perfect gift for that person who has everything. Anyone wishing to contact the. artists can send an email to Jew elseliteigo8@-gmail.com. HAVE A BlESSID HOliDAY SEASONI Always Remember ... Is The Reason For The Thanks To Mv Clients., Familv And Friends For Your Continuous love & Support. MINISTER MICHELLE B. PATIY MICHELLE B. PATTY REFERRAl SERVICES Don't forget, if you are injured in an auto accident, slip and fall, or pedestrian incident call Michelle B Patty's Referral Service and let me assist you. (813) 495-3702

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East Tampa Group Hosts Holidav Feast (') meal. and a board member of the show our love for one an-m Samuel L. Mobley, East Tampa Business and other," said Mr. Mobley. S: From left to right: Mrs. Brenda Mobley, Don Lee, Sam Mobley, Sr. and Councilman Frank Reddick. The East Tampa Business and Civic Association hosted a Holiday Feast at the 29th Street Church Of Christ on December 1oth. This was the first Holiday Feast hosted by the group and they expect to make it an annual event. Residents from all over East Tampa came out to fel lowship at the church before sitting down for a great Fish *Crabs* Shrimp _ ,Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap H live Blue Crabs Christmas Package 1-8x1 0, 2-5x7 & 16 WaJiets For $16.99 or 30 Greeting Cards For $16.99 Sr., a member of the 29th Civic Association, said, "it is "It is our prayer that God Street Church of Christ, our desir e to continue to continues to bless us and President of the Eastern partner with the ETBCA to that we continue to have the Heights Neighborhood Assobring our communities tointegrity to want to be of ciation and Crime Watch, gether and to continue to service for one another." g AIKENS FUNERAL HOME WISHES THE COMMUNITY A JOYFUL AND BLESSED HOLIDAY SEASON FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SERVING YOU OVER 30 YEARS Thomas & Yvonne Aikens, Owners, L.F.D. Yvonne and La Chery/Aikens, L.RD.I.C (Mom and daughter working together with the "A" Team) Tlte "A, Team A compassionate anti professional staff: Rosantlrea McClendon, LF.D., Cltuence Dumas, Sharon Thompson, Johnny Hough, Glen Willimns, Lula Powell, George Pugh, Charles Borders; Reginald Washington, Adrian Wltite, NataDe Powell, WiUie B. Doyle, William Wlteeler, Moses DIIVis, Darrell Johnson, Temikil Coker, Mna McCray anti Audrey Clarke

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Christmas With The Obama's Pres. Obama Familv Celebrates Christmas In washington w C On Sunday, December 11, 2011, the Obama's attended the annual "Christmas in Washington" gala. For the 30th anniversary of the gala the Obama family was joined by entertainers, Jennifer Hudson, Victoria Justice and Justin Bieber, a favorite of Sasha and Malia. a: LL c a: LL c z < c en w ::::) .... w > w c w :::t: en ::::i m ::::) a. z J= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z J= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and daughters, Malia and Sasha are joined by entertainers (L-R) Conan O'Brien, Jennifer Hudson, Victoria Justice and.Justin Bieber for a final song at the conclusion of the performances at the annual 'Christmas in Washington' gala on December u, 2011 in Washington, DC. It's the 30th anniversary of the 'Christmas in Washington' gala Electronic Games Are Most Sought After Gifts One of the hot topics in today's society is that children don't get enough exercise. The reason has often been attributed to the age of electronics. Games such as playing hopscotch, four square, and dodge ball kept children active and outside. The Atari was introduced as the pioneer arcade game This was the beginning of the computer game frenzy as we know it today. In 1985, Super Mario Brothers video game was the of choice for the Nintendo Entertainment System. The Nintendo Company has produced such systems Super Nintendo, the XBox, and the WII. Sony introduced the Sony PlayStation shortly after Nin tendo made its debut. Since then, the company has introduced the PlayStation 2 the PlayStation 3, and the long awaited PlayStation 4 is scheduled for release at the end of u)I2, most likely in time for Christmas. Thanks For Your Continued Patronage!. h Howard Certified Public Accountant 1936 E. Hillsborough Avenue Tampa. Ft.f33610 (813) :!tank would fi/ce to

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Couple Receives Christmas Blessing c m C') m BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In 2005, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie (Teresa) Durant turned their lives over to Christ. In May 2011, they be came ordained Evangelists. For Eddie Durant, being ordained meant he had finally come full circle from a life that sent him to prison. "If I had continued down tht:; path I had chosen for my self early in life, I'd either be dead or spending the rest of my life in prison. I know that's not the plan my family and God had for me, so I was determined to a change. For the past 6 years, the Durants have ministered through singing, giving, and helping the homeless from their hearts, never asking for any compensation form an y one. "I have sang at more than MR. AND M.RS. EDDIE (TERESA) DURANT 200 funerals, gospel pro grams, and church anniversarles, and never asking for a dime. Through it all, my wife and myself have continued to work in the community try ing to help others." December 8th, and started moving in the next day," said Durant. grace and mercy." On New Year's Day, Du-m rant will have his wife re-:::D ...... baptize him in their own big "We just want to thank God for blessing us with our new home, and this is truly our Christmas gift and bless ing. This is proof that if you just believe and stay faithful, God will bless you with His swimming pool. N 0 Durant said he wants everyone to know that God has blessed them with their first home for Christmas. "We closed on the house The Staff Of "I just want to say god is ::: so good and God is always faithful to His word and is worthy to be praised," said Durant. Everett --Derr & Anderson Funeral Home, Inc. Would like to thank you for giving us an opportunity to serve you; and we wish to continue rendering our service to you. May Your Holiday Season Be Joyful And Your New Year Be Prosperous 117 N. 22nd Street Tampa, FL (813) (813) 237 The joy Christmas brings. glows like the lights on a tree. It's like a beacon_, shining so bright the entire fainily can feelit. We .sincerely hope you have a happy_ holiday season,filled with joy, from our family to yours.

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.,.. a: w m :E w (.) Couple savs Christmas Is Time 01 Giving, Not Stressing BYIRISB. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor c a: LL No one living today actually knows when Jesus Christ was born. However, Christians have accepted and cel ebrated His birth date as December 25th. In keeping with the tradition, George "G" '-----"'-=GEORGE "G" AND LeGrande, a personal DR. SYDEL LEGRANDE fitness trainer, and his wife Dr. Sydel LeGrande, are hosting their annual Christ mas Party. The event will take place on Friday, December 23'd, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., at G's Place Community Cultural Center, 3040 W Cypress Street. The entire family is invited to come out and enjoy the free Christmas buffet with all of the trimmings. There will also be a toy giveaway, door prizes, entertainment, special gifts, and much more. During the event, Dr. LeGrande will share the answers to some important questions about the holiday. 0 Christians today in general knows that Christ was not born a: on December 25th, we are just so grateful that He was born," she LL said. 5006 E. BROADWAY AVE. 'TAMPA, Fl 3361 PHONE: 813-300-9107 STATE & FEDERAL BoNDS PRIVATE GPS I "MY GOAL Is custoMER SATISFACTION" I HAVE A BLESSED HOLIDAY SEASON! THANKS TO ALL MY CLIENTS & FRIENDS FOR YOUR TINUED LOYALTY & TRU The founder of Fruit of Glory Ministries, a not-for-profit ore( ganization, Dr. LeGrande said the purpose of the annual banquet and toy drive is to help take some of the holiday stress away c from needy families. SERVING: TAMPA MIAMI NEW GEORGIA Bail Agent ffi In addition to the banquet, one of those in attendance will :::l have an opportunity to win the grand prize of $500. For addit-tional information about the banquet or to pre-register to en: sure a seat or for toys call (813) 642-7223. w > w c w ::1: en ::::i m :) Q. z ti ..J ..J :) m ..J w z i= z w en c( e a: 0 ..J LL LOS ANGELES AND MANY CITIES IN FLORIDA John 10. For God so fond the worfd. fhaf He fl'll his onb ktotfen Son, wbosoenr elienfh in him should not perish, ut hue nerjasfin1 tile. lceeJJblgll b1 tC)IICII With or without wires, It's what we do at AT&T. Always. C 2011 AT&T lntell.ctuel Property. AU rights rtllrvtd. Rethink Possible att.com

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Party chair, Link E v e l y n B ethune right, with Link O zephe r Wilds. I n 1951, 12 wome n fro m S t. Pe t ersbu rg, Ta m pa, B r a d e n to n a nd Sa r asota orga nized t o b ecome Links Inc o rpo r a t e d c harter gro u p in th e Bay a r ea. T h e St. Pete r sburg/T a m pa C h apte r o f the L inks we r e ch arte r e d. With th e population b oo m in both a r eas the c h apte r s plit in 1987, h owever t h e hi story re m a in s Th e T a mp a and St P e t e rsburg chapters of the L ink s In c ce l ebra t e 6o years of service thi s m o nth A t it s annua l C hri stma s P a rty, more tha n 200 people helped th e Ta mp a Chapter ce l e b rate. Link Eve lyn D ave np o rt Bethune was t h e party c h a ir. Link Ma rliilll McC!mQ-WttStlie c o c hair. Link Ruth Duncan Bell i s t h e ch a pter p r e s i dent.(P h otos b y Brunso n). Atty. And Mrs. (Lin k Marlina) McClure Marlina was the party co-c h air. Link Ruth Duncan Bell preside n t of Tampa C hapter of t h e Links, Inc., with her moth e r Yvonne Dun can. Heir-o L ink, Maurice Harvey and Connecting Link Jerry Bell. Dr. and M r s Don (Link Donn a ) McCrae of St. Petersburg. All in the family, Links S y lvia' Andrews G l oria Andrews and Kay Andre w s with Heir-o-link Al lison Well s Past and p resen t preside n t s of the Tampa Chapter, Links F rances Sykes, G l oria Andrews, Marie Beard, Joan Dawson, Demoris Rhodes, Jan ice Carter Collier and Ruth Dunca.ll Bell. Brothers, Earl, Harold and Li nks Teresa Brown and Ronald Adams. Maria Russ. Links Joan Dawso n and Patric i a M iles. M r and M r s J e rry Harve y and Link Hazel Harvey and guest. Dr. and Mrs. John (Molbert) Scrive n s and Dr. and Mrs. Kevin (Link Julie) Sneed. Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Allison) Cle b ert. Monique Stamp s with her dad and mom, Drs. David and Link Mimi Stamps. Earl Adams poses with Nita James. Links Patricia Parke r and lillie Gilder. Dr. Bruce Miles. Mr. and Mrs. C. Blythe (Link S ylvia) Andrews, III. Mr. and Mrs. Troy (Link Janice) Collier. Link Sharon Andrews Janet Martha Kennedy, Hewitt Smith and Link Dr. and Mrs. John (Link Links Tia Young and Gloria Andrews with newly elected GTO chapter of AKA president, Donna Douglas and Joyce Austin, (Tia' s mom). Brooks, Inez York Cohen aod Lil-Curtiss Wilson. Juel) Smith. lian Andrews Poinqunette.

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