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; features N 'The Mountaintop:' lXI A FamiiV ADair >"' < c i:t LL BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer just days away from the official dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington D. C. However, on yestetday (Thursday) a play depicting the final hours of the Civil Rights icon's life officially opened on Broadway in New York City and everyone, from Tom Joyner to the ladies of The View is talking about it. The fictional portrayal of King stars Samuel L. Jackson and Bassett and is directed by ac claimed actor Kenny Leon. Leon and Bassett are both products of the Tampa Bay area. (See Florida Sentinel October 7 issue). Leon's family still calls the Tampa area home and traveled to Manhattan yes terday for the play's opening night. His parents and sib lings say they make thtHr way to Broadway every time Leon debuts a play. There is talk that Leon, who received a Tony Award nomination last year for his work on the play Fences, with Denzel Washington, will be nominated once again for his work on The Moun taintop. (Pictures Courtesy oflshmon Johnson) ...J Members of the Leon family in the Tampa Bay area are: Jackie Baker (sister), Tony Leon (brother), Annie Ruth j::: Holtzclaw (motb.er), Johnnie Holtzclaw (father) and LaJuan Z Leon (sister-in-law). w UJ < Lanitra Sanchez-Moo 0 ...J LL Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK Familv Involved In Drop Scam And .Drugs Plead Guiltv TARRANZTON BARR ... Faces 10 Years Last week, three members of the same family pleaded guilty in federal court to cashing IRS checks and drug dealing. The defendants en tered their pleas on Tuesday, October 4, and Friday, Octo ber 7, respectively. Tarranzton Barr, 36, entered a guilty plea to con spiring with other persons to possess with intent to distrib ute 500 grams or more of co caine on October 4th. His cousin, Patrick Shaw, 32, entered a ple;:t on October th. Both men are facing a mandatory minimum term of 10 years to life in prison, a fine of up to $8,ooo,ooo in fines, at least 8 years of su pervision after being released from jail, and a special as sessment of $100 per felony count. According to court docu ments, on May 2, 2011, Barr's cousin, Patrick Shaw, 32, contacted a coop erating witness (CWI) "seek ing assistance in cashing fraudulently-obtained U. S. Treasury checks that Shaw had in his possession." The witness met with PATRICK SHAW ... Faces 10 Years Shaw at the direction of law enforcement, two other coop erating witnesses, and Barr, at Shaw's place of business. During the meeting, it was agreed that the checks would be exchanged for cocaine and it was agreed that the witness would provide Shaw and Barr with 112 kilogram of co caine for approximately $24,000 in checks, court documents stated. Barr, in the presence of Shaw, handed the witness several checks totaling about $15,000. The witness told them that $15,000 was not enough and Barr indicated that he would collect additional checks. On May 3, 2011, the wit ness called Shaw, who informed him that Barr was ready with the additional checks. The group of wit nesses met with Shaw and Barr at Shaw's of business. Shaw and Barr negoti ated with the witness for ex change of $39,500 worth of checks for one kilogram of cocaine, to which the witness agreed. Shaw left the meet-505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, P.A. Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Oft:ice Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Former Hillsborough Councy Prosecutor-DepuTy Chief MS. PATRICIA SHAW ... Faces s Years ing and the witness provided one kilogram of "sham co caine" to Barr; The wit nesses left the area and Barr was arrested. He admitted to his role, and said that he and Shaw intended to purchase the cocaine. Pleads Guilty To Filing $126,ooo Fraudulent Tax Claims According to the court documents, beginning in 2006, Ms. Patricia Shaw, 35, who is Shaw's sister and Barr's cousin, agreed with at least two other individuals to engage in a scheme to de fraud the U.S. government. Ms. Shaw and her co-con spirators obtained personal information about individu als, including social security numbers, and used the infor mation to file dozens of false income tax returns. In some cases, the indi viduals were unaware tax returns had been filed on their behalf. In some instances, the individuals willingly pro vided the information in ex change for a fee. Law enforcement has identified fraudulent tax re turns filed by Ms. Shaw that totaled more than $126,ooo. The document stated that al though Ms. Shaw knew that she had not been employed in 2009, she filed a claim in February 2010 claiming $16,ooo in income. She ceived a return of $8,007 re fund check. Ms. Shaw pleaded to one count of making a false, fictitious, or fraudulent claim. She is facing up to 5 years in prison, a fine of at least $250,000, 3 years of su pervision after being released from jail, and a special as sessment of $1oo. Sentencing dates the three has not been released. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (/J13) 248-1921; or emailed at iholton@jlsentinel.com.

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., :::D 8 Children Dead: 0 Agencv That was Supposed To Protect Them Mav Lose Contract BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel CitY Editor A Hillsborough County program given the responsibil ity of protecting at-risk chil dren is in danger of losing $65.5 million in state funding. Its contract is in jeopardy of non-renewal because 8 chil dren died while under their su pervision. The Hillsborough Kids, Inc., non-profit organization came into existence in 1999. It has the responsibility of tecting 2,500 children in Hills borough County who have been or who are at the risk of being abused. However, during the last 2 years, 8 children --ranging in age from 4 months to 12 years have died. Hillsborough Kids, Inc., had the highest death toll in the state among its peer or ganizations -Ms. Jeanine Bedell, Di rector of Community Rela tions for Hillsborough Kids, Inc., said in a written state ment, "Over the last three years, we have provided serv ices for 10,000 children who were at-risk for entering the child welfm;: e system." She also highlighted the fact that the agency has pro vided adoptive homes to more than 2,000 children and, are currently supervising 2,500 children. However, 8 children in need of protection did not re ceive it under the agency's watchful eye. May 2009 --The fate of 4-month-old Emanuel Wesley Murray, Jr., made head lines nationwide after he was thrown from a moving car on I-275. His mother's boyfriend, Richard McTear, Jr., faces several charges including first degree murder He remains in jail since his arrest on May 5, 2009, awaiting trial. October 2009 --Avelyn Gaston-Rodriguez, 2, died after suffering a blow to the head. No charges were filed in her death. June 2010 --Taylor Jacobs; 12, hanged herself while her mother was in an other room The child was not supposed to be with her mother without supervision. November 2010 Mario Xavier Lopez, Jr., 1112 months, died from cere bral trauma. His death re mains an open investigation with the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office. November 2010 Ulysses Franklin, 18 months, died after he was hit as his neighbor backed his car out of the parki'ng lot. His mother stepped away to throw away trash after placing him in the car. No charges were filed. December 2010 Markela Thompson, 5 months, died after being dis covered unresponsive. An au topsy revealed the infant had several broken bones in vari ous stages of healing. She was in the custody of her father and was not supposed to be with her mother unsupervised. Her mother, Eboni Thompson, was charged with first degree murder, two counts of aggravated child abuse, and aggravated battery She remains in jail since her arrest on December 1 ih, awaiting trial. February 2011 --Ronderique Anderson, 16 months, died after allegedly being fatally beaten by his fa ther, Dwayne Poole. He was charged with first-degree mur der. He remains in jail since his arrest on February 1, 2011, awaiting trial. Hi s father's girlfriend, Tonya Myers, was charged with child neglect and released on bond. May 2011 --Ezekiel Mathis, 1, died after being beaten. His mother's boyfriend, Damarcus Kirkland Williams, 22, was charged with first-degree mur der, aggravated child abuse, and child abuse. Earlier a judge had barred Kirkland ... Died November 2010 being struck by his neighbor's car m :::D ., r-0 2:! c )> f/) m z ::! z m r-Williams from living in the home with the infant and his family. painful realization that the system of care that we operate within cannot protect a child 24 hours a day, se:ven days a week. each of these lives when we did a quantitative and qualitative rreview of each child's case." He remains in jail since his arrest on May 191h, awaiting trial. She further said that be-::! Ms. Bedell further stated, "The loss of any child is one too many. It is the worst pos sible outcome. It is our most "We are committed to doing everything reasonably to provide safety as our first priority. We made a conscious choice to remember cause of these deaths, the agency now an addi tional 56 hours of training. The agency is also transfer:rlng all potentially high-risk cases to one judge. .. z "tJ c: Ill l en ::1: m c m \ l News Alert: The Flori.da Law States That You May Be Entitled. To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care .. Personalized Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week < m c: ., :::D c

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i Bringing It Tampa One 01 Four Cities Back Home Selected As 2011-2012 >"' Daniel Rose Fellows c a: LL c z < c en w ::: 1-ft w > w c w :::z::: en :::::i m ::: a. z i= w ..J ..J ::: m A young entrepreneur is expanding her business in hopes of making a difference in the community that helped shaped her into the woman she has become. Shannon Ligon is a lady on the move. The 28year-old attorney has made St. Petersburg the newest lo cation of U igon Law Group, an Entertainment and Crim inal Defense law practice. "I wanted to open a practice in the communitY,. A lot of the violence arid things going on with the kids in my commu nity spawned me to do it," she says. Atty. Ligon is a St. Pete native and a 2000 graduate of Lakewood High. She at tended Florida State Univer sity before receiving her law degree from Florida A&M in 2008. She specializes in en tertainment, business, crim inal defense and personal injury law. Her St. Pete prac tice is one of three locations. The other offices are in Or lando and Miami. In addition to her law practice, Atty. Ligon is the founder of Legacy, Enter tainment and Arts Founda tion, Inc. (L.E.A.F). It's a non-profit aimed at exposing underprivileged youth, be tween ages 13-18, to the arts and entertainment industry, while also creating scholar ships. ATIY. SHANNON LIGON Returning to her community "I took the kids to New York City and visited several record companies there. That experience changed their life. They graduated and two of the kids are on full ride scholarships. One even opened his own recording studio at the age of 18.'' Atty. Ligon is the daughter of prominent St. Pete dentists, Drs. Reginald and Mendee Ligon. Her brother Dr. R. Brian Ligon recently finished den tal school and is completing his residency at the V. A. Hospital in Clearwater. Atty. Ligon says her return to the Bay area is only the beginning. "I hope to bring a legacy of commit ment and service back to my community." Ligon can be reached at (407)897:-SHAN or www.ligonlawgroup.com. CALL JAMES Ar(813) 409-4253 AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A DAV/7 DAYS A WEEK v-QFFICES IN HILLSBOROUGH, .. PINELLAS & PASCO ATIY. MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN LEROY MOORE Senior Vice Pres./C.O.O. Tampa Housing Authority JAMES.SHIMBERG .... City Attorney BOB MCDONAUGH Acting Economic Development Administrator & Urban Development Manager BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The mayors of Kansas City, Kansas, Oakland, Cali fornia, Providence, Rhode Is land, and Tampa, Florida, along with 12 additional local land use leaders from those cities, have been selected as the 2011-2012 class offellows for the Urban Land Institute Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership in Land Use. The mission of the ULI Rose Center is to encourage and support excellence in land use decision making. By providing public officials with access to information, best practices, peer networks, and other resources, the cen ter seeks to foster creative, ef ficient, practical, and sustainable land use policies. Mayor Bob Buckhorn has selected for his team, Bob McDonaugh, Acting Economic Development Administrator and Urban Development Man ager; Tampa Housing Au thority Senior Vice President and C.O.O., Leroy Moore, and City Attorney James Shimberg. Mayor Buckhorn said he considers it a great honor to be selected. "This is a great opportu nity to bring this institute to Tampa to help us with our is sues. We will spend the next year reviewing our urban challenges with the expertise of this organization. "We will bring to them an urban design problem, look ing at DowntoWn, Tampa Heights and North Hyde Park to help create a plan that will guide the development and growth over the next 20 years of those areas. The neighborhood associa tions in those areas will play a big role in seeing this hap pen.'' Leroy Moore said he is looking forward to working together with the Mayor and the other committee mem bers on land use chailenges in the area. "We will be discussing business strategies and we ll LICENSE SUSPENDED I REVOKED? For 5 ye ars as a Hablluaf Traffic Offender(H T.O.) C.A.P.S. May be able to help yoa aet yoar driver's Ucease relaatated 2 to 3 lastead of 5 yean! For over 10 years C.A.P.S. has. helped people with suspended and revoked driver's licenses gets reinstated ao they can drive legally and without fear. C.A.P.S. does this by wortins with you, D.M.V., and the court system to address prior financial responsibilities, judgments, D.W.L.S. convictions, and other causes for suspension, Call C.A.P.S. todar to schedule for a consultation. 813-250-0227 Payment plaa1 are available for tbote wbo qtallly. Do Not Drive in Fear! Call Cltatlon Assistant Program Servleea today for more Information visit other cities to see how they've overcome their chal lenges and try to employ them in Tampa. "I'm impressed the Mayor invited Tampa Housing Au thority to be a part of the process, and the fact he reached outside of his admin. istration to extend an invita tion to me.'' Moore said funding op portunities will be identified through the process of select ing an area that represents a challenge. "We will provide input on how we think the area should be developed. In the next few weeks, Mayor Buckhorn will select an area that fits the criteria of the Daniel Rose Fellows." Bob McDonaugh said he's been involved with the downtown area since the early 1970s. "I've always had a strong commitment to the down town area. I'm glad to be a part of this. I think we're going to see more people liv ing in our urban core. I think we'll see downtown vibrant again." Atty.JamesShimberg said he's incredibly honored and thinks it' s going to be great. "I think we'll all learn as much as we can and implement the Mayor's plan for Tampa. We will be working with all the community groups and dong whatever it takes to make Tampa a great place. "What we learn will be used all over the city for other projects." Shimberg said the group has an area in mind for the project but they have to sub mit it to a group in California and see what tlley think. Mayor Buckhorn said this is a once in a lifetime op portunity to bring resources of this organization to help with the challenges that lie ahead.

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editorials Columns and plain old laziness. We 0 (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 -are no longer an outdoors 0 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By type nation. a FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., We spend most of our free Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) time just sitting down. Walk-::0 POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS.CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions : $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on edttorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher No-2015 Super Bowl N o doubt, Mayor Buckhorn is scratching his head. With year-around balmy weather, palm-trees and beaches to beat the band, how could Paradise be passed over? Yet, for some strange, arcane reason, Tampa seems to. have a face that only a Republican Convention could love. Tampa wonders why. Tampa's being knocked out for the 2015 Super Bowl does, indeed, bring up ques-tions. I As our Mayor himself said, the honor of Tampa's hosting a Super Bowl has tens of millions of dollars connected to it. Dancing like sugar plums around City Council's head is no doubt, a shopping list of what such money could do and would do for our city's cashstrapped economy. Instead, Glendale, Arizona is ground-zero for Sup_er Bowl 2015. GLENDALE WHO??? Where in the world is Glendale, Arizona? What does it have that Tampa doesn't have . rattle snakes and tarantulas? It's something to think about. Educating Inmates Saves Monev Reduces Crime No, not again! We're beginning to wonder if we should count the ways our state government has found to shoot Florida citizens in the foot. Take, for instance, the latest ''flesh wound", which is the state's decision to stop on education and training of Florida's prison inmates. Instead, inmates will, here-on-out, be-required to pay for their own education and training .. as if they have payingjobs while behind bars. 'Way to go, Governor Scott! No rocket scientist need be hired to explain why educating inmates (many of whom are school dropouts) can save taxpayers millions of dollars by reducing the likelihood of repeat offenders. A 2006 MTC Institute and Correctional Education Association study proved that increased funding for correctional education would provide inmates with a greater chance of rehabilitation, as well as a smaller likelihood of returning to criminal behavior upon being released. So, what seems to be the problem, here in Florida? Is it money, or is it human disregard? Perhaps, not only will our governor require inmates to pay for their own education, but he will insist they pay for their own drug tests, too. An Obese America ing,runningandotherforms of exercise are now out of the Today, America is com posed of a bunch of overweight and obese people. A recent study said that 6o% of the American popula tion is obese. While 67% of the population is overweight. Please understand that there is a difference between being obese and being overweight. To be obese means that you are fat. To be overweight means that you are pounds over your ideal weight -that is determined by your age and height, but it doesn't mean you are fat. First Lady Michele Obama has done a very good job calling our attention to the growing problem of childhood obesity. Not only n_mst we be con cerned with child obesity, but we must be concerned with obesity and the overweight problem of all Americans. We have become a nation of fat, out-of-shape people and that is a health hazard. Being obese or overweight can cause a lot of health problems, such as: diabetes, heart problems, kidney pro blems, high blood pressure, blindness and even lead to the death of human beings. Those facts should be enough reason for us, as a nation, to be concerned with weight. You ask, 'what has caused this sudden rise in obesity in our nation?' The answer is really simple. The first answer is fast food. America has become such an on-the-go nation until fast food has become our primary source of food. VVe have become a nation that has unhealthy nutritional values and it shows. The second reason is tech nology, such as: televisions, What would Moses Doil E very toddler in nursery school has heard the story of Moses and Pharaoh, how Moses went before Pharaoh and de manded, "Let my people go," and how Moses' demands fell on deaf ears. Finally, or so the story goes, Moses brought about a pestilence so severe that Pharaoh, at least for a moment, had to agree to release his captives When I read the news about the defeat of President Obama's most recent jobs bill by a hard-hearted Republican dominated Sen ate, I think about stiff-necked Pharaoh, and I wonder what Moses would have done. But, first I weep for the American people. For the mil lions of unemployed and stitute Americans who would immediately have benefited from President Obama's $447 billion plan, I wonder what they must be thinking, as the men and women they sent to Washington to work for them, have lost their minds and are now plotting to starve the voters who empo wered them. I weep for the American people because once again, we have shown the world that our words are one thing, but our actions speakto the direct opposite. And, I will no longer demn the legacy of the Re publican Party. For, .it is the party of a man, Abraham Lincoln, who stood in the faces of Southern and North ern pharaohs, and at the peril of himself and of his entire nation, made those pharaohs set an enslaved people free. No, neither will I con demn renegade Democrats who, for their own personal reasons, have done every thing they promised not to do, in order to save their own skins and to remain in the good graces of people they perceive as present power brokers. But, what I will indeed, condemn is the greed and stupidity of"ceitain well-off Americans that would make one American presidential candidate crow, "If you don't have a job and you're not rich, blame yourself." A Republi can did not make that state ment. A Democrat did not utter those words. But, a fool who had forgotten from whence he came made such statement that, had he been a child, would have gotten him smacked away from the dinner table. And so we see in the pre-N question. We used to be able o -to predict a child's age by his size, but not today. Children who have not reached dou ble-digits in age are double digits in size. With 6o% of our children being obese and 67% being overweight is something that we must do something about. We have got to get back to some basics, like: eating healthy and doing some form of exercise. Schools, fast food restau rants and organizations have begun to tackle the childhood obesity problem, but who is doing something about the adult portion of the problem. Some say if the economy doesn't improve, the adult obesity problem will solve it self. Of course we can't de pend on that solution to the obesity and overweight pro blems. sent presidential candidacy race, a bevy of men and women aching to become Pharaoh. We see -Pharaoh in the House of Representa tives. We watch Pharaoh 'TI I""' 0 :!! c ):1; en m z ::I z m I""' m c: r-1""' m -::I Z prance like a rooster and crow his gizzards on the Senate m Floor. And we listen to Pharaoh :z: as he brazenly and arrogantly yells out to the Chief Execu-m tive of the United States, < "YOULIE!" m To our abject disbelief, we watch seasoned men and women, who have pledged al legiance to the only country they and their a_ncestors have ever known, down thei r motherland .simply because they do not like the color of -1 c: m en c )> z c 'TI the man who is running it. :!! "Who did it? PRESI-c DENT OBAMA DID IT!" Such playground antics are not worthy of the descen dants of the First Continental Congress who in their moments ; gave birth to a na tion that continues to be the dream and the envy of the world. How soon we forget that greatness is paid with a price, which must be paid and re paid as long as there are greedy, misguided men and women who believe only the strongest should survive. Pharaoh was like that. And Moses before him to set an enslaved people free. Right now, we Americans are enslave d. Our President has gone before Pharaoh, and demanded that we be set free. G) And we know, Pharaoh betm ter listen. t

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GOYAMS c a: u.. c z c( c en w 1-w > w c w :1:: en ::::i m ll. z j:: w ...I ...I m Throughout the 70s, 8os and 90s few public housing com plexes in Florida were more notorious than the Ponce De Leon Projects in Tampa. From mailmen being robbed for gov ernment checks and police cars being set on fire, to corpses being discovered rotting in the trunks of automobiles and peo ple being murdered for things as simple as spraying water on cars with water pistols, there wasn't much in the way of law lessness that the residents who lived in that community hadn't seen before. It was a place wasn't too fond of strangers. But, at the same time, it wasn't known for cutting its own much slack either. In Ponce (as it was called by the locals), ghetto passes weren't handed out based on who a person knew, but rather, how well they knew that per son. For them, that made all the difference between potential victims and those who were allowed to visit untouched. It has been over a decade since a wrecking ball laid waste to that infamous apartment complex. And, while some were saddened by the loss and others saw its demise as a good riddance, its most profound and controversial legacy will always be that it was the birthplace for the G.O.Y.A.M.S movement. When I once traveled the 22nd St. corridor on a daily basis and saw the GOYAMS (pronounced Go-Yams) tag written on the walls of buildings in the area, I never thought the day would come irl when I would actually find Z myself sitting down and writj:: ing about how much I believed z w en a: 0 ...I u.. Uving & Medical Expenses li'ansportation Cou1seling in the ideology behind the let ters. At the time, it seemed like nothing more than hood slang a term adopted by neighborhood ruffians to separate themselves from other clicks around the city. It was only after I sat down and had a conversation with one of the five men who came up with the idea, did I realize that GOYAMS wasn't a word at all. It was an acronym for the phrase: Get Off You're A** And Move Something And, once I heard the true definition, it immediately registered to me that the concept was brilliant. I don't even think that the guys who came up with it real ized how powerful those words really were when they sat back and decided that they were going to live by that mantra. But, by creating it, they unknowingly created something so incredibly beautiful in its simplicity, that it couldn t be contained or claimed by any one particular group of indi viduals. G.O.Y.A.M.S is more than just a funny sound you make with your mouth, it's a com mand to become active, a call to action for those who sit idly by and watch the world turn around them while wallowing in self-pity. The fact that it came from an area known for despair and hopelessness, makes its presence that much more amazing, ljke a rose growing through concrete. When I call home and hear people complaining about not having because they don't have a job, my response is always the same, G.O Y A M.S ." Because there comes a time when depending on others is Selecting & Meeting A Couple Pictures & Updai.es Of Your ChDd FREE To Mothers Text (813)525-3840 www.christinewelch.com no longer an option It is all about creating your own way. A lack of education or checkered past should never be used as crutches for not succeeding. Anyone healthy enough to walk and talk should be able to find something to do that guarantees their survival. No one wants to hire you? Fine, Bake cakes. Wash clothes. Walk dogs. Baby-sit. Clean houses. Do whatever you have to do to hustle and win That is the essence of G.O.Y.A.M.S. Unfortunately, like everything else that was created with a positive intent, G .O.Y.A.M.S. has been pervert ed and twisted from its original form. A new generation has adopt ed the title, and instead of tak ing it to the next level. They have reduced and weakened it down to nothing more than a common street gang That in itself is a tragedy. But, all is not completely lost. As I said before, the true spirit of G.O.Y.A.M.S. continues to exist inside of individuals who've made a conscious effort to not be complacent with whatever undesirable circumstances in which they find themselves. Whether it's voting for a change at the polls finding a creative way to make ends meet during a recession, or standing up against injustice wherever you find it, you can make a difference in whatever life you're living. You just have to be willing to get off you're a** ... And move. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 431110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box 52020; Bennettsville, SC 29512; or by email at clarence.barr798@ gmail.com. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company Big Brothers Big Sisters Needs 10 Mentors Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for 70 new volunteer mentors to double the number of kids served in its program. A recruitment event is being held Thursday, October 20, 2011, 5:30-6:30 p. m. at Cyrus Greene Recreation Center, 2101 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Those interested in attending should RSVP to Laura Saunders, (813) 769-3606 or laura.saunders@bbbsfl.org. About a year ago, Judges Ashley Moody and Lisa Campbell, made a plea to the community to step forward and become mentors for youths between the ages of 5 and 16. Their purpose was to make a difference in the lives of kids who had been arrested or are living in neighborhoods with a high level of juvenile delinquency. The judges made contact with Big Brothers Big Sisters about what they proposed. With a 3-year grant from the Department of Juvenile Justice, Big Brothers Big Sisters launched the Mentoring Alternative Perspective Program (MAPP). MAPP is now moving into its second year. Last year, 97% of the youth in the MAPP program were promoted to the next grade level and 9:4% stayed out of the juvenile justice system. "We're part of the oldest and most successful mentoring network in the country and our system works," states JUDGE USA CAMPBELL Stephen Koch, President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Thursday's meeting is open to the public and male mentors are especially needed. Those in attendance will 'hear from people directly involved in the MAPP program and Judge Campbell will talk about the important role mentors are playing in: helping kids get back on a positive path. "The Thirteenth Judicial Circuit is supportive of the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor program because we recognize the benefit of properly screened and trained mentors and the positive impact the mentor relationship can have on at-risk children,i states Judge Campbell. "We are confident that with an enhanced support system available to these children, the likelihood of recidivism is greatly decreased, "i she con cluded. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW PERSONAL INTURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK, MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL. NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. (813) 975--4444 1--800--711--5452 721 E. l :liTl'llll\ .t\\'1 l', \ ,\\1\ \ ll \V\V\V.l;ll\IV-,i\Nl1l1,\I\Nill.l.\.),\\ The Hiring {(A Lawyer Js All lmportanllNsicion Thtll Should Not lk &sed Soluly Upt)fl AdwrtisttlfH!III. Bt![orr! 11/u Deciclie, Ad Us 1l1 Send You FREE Writttm Our And

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Mavor Addresses East Tampa Group BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On Tuesday night, the East Tampa Community Revital ization Partnership group met at Ragan Park and the guest speaker was Mayor Bob Buckhorn. The meeting was also the first since the election of new chair, Pastor Essie Sims, Jr., and vice-chair, Richedean Hills-Ackbar. Pastor Sims said he felt the meeting went well, and was well attended. "Mayor Buckhorn pro vided us with a lot of informa tion, gave us a report, and addressed the problems everyone is experiencing due to the economy. He said he's also aware of the reduced Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dol lars we're working with." Pastor Sims said as the new chair, he addressed the representatives of the neigh borhood associations in atten dance, and told them he looks forward to working with them. PASTOR ESSIE SIMS, JR. ETCRPChair "I also told the Mayor I won't always agree with everything that comes from his office, but that won't stop us from working together. "The main point of interest I addressed was the need to create jobs and support the businesses in East Tampa. "We also must do what ever it takes to promote better economic growth." Ms. Hills-Ackbar said she feels she's ready to help her community improve itself. "We had planned to dis cuss the plan to put a round about on 22nd Street, but that was put aside to offer the ,.,, Encounter With The R. c. Cola Man BY TAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer If you were born between 1910 and 1975, chances are you know all about RC Cola and N ehi Soda. Back in the those glass bottled bever ages were the drinks of choice for people across the country, especially African Americans. Then one day, they seemed to disappear. Although you can still find plastic two liters of RC Cola in some places, Nehi's are more a memory of the distant past. Or so I thought; until the stars lined up in my favor during recent visit to Plant City and placed me right smack in the path of the RC Cola Man! There were RC Colas, peach, grape, orange Nehi, Frosty Root Beer, Creme Soda and Coke Cola from Mexico made of cane syrup. I was in 'back in the day' soda heaven! The business is the side hustle of a young man named Antwonne G. He orders the sodas wholesale from a distributer up North. He says his hottest item is the peach Nehi. "I sell 'urn so fast I can't keep 'urn cold." Mayor more time to address the crowd." Pastor Sims said he has reappointed Denese Meteye-James as chair of the Aesthetics Committee; Ernest Coney as head of the Committee, and Ms. Hills-Ackbar as head of the Housing Committee. "I will be announcing the other appointments in the near future." Ms. Meteye-James said she asked Mayor Buckhorn about the Republican Con vention coming to town. "We want to make sure the people coming in town are put on a bus tour and encouraged to visit areas of the city they can make a difference in. We have to encourage them to bring new businesses to Tampa and we want them to see the good things going on. We have to convince them to invest in our communities." Date 01 Bov Scout Luncheon Changed l< 0 0 a m m :a The date of the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Luncheon has been changed to Friday, No vember 11, 2011. Congressman James E. Clyburn is the keynote speaker for this event. His duties on the Super Committee in Wash ington, D. C. made this change necessary. The luncheon will be at 11:30 a. m. in Higgins Hall, 5225 N. Himes Ave (33614). The luncheon will recog nize the outstanding service by an individual adult or or ganization in developing Scouting for culturally and economically diverse youth. This year's recipients are Judge Chris Altenbernd, = Second District Court of Ap peal; Earl Silas of the Tampa Police Dept.; and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners. The luncheon is hosted by Gulf Ridge Council, Boy Scouts of America. For additional informa tion, contact Halvern Johnson at (813) 245-9687 or hj ohnson @boyscou ting-Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#l Bay Area One Stop Shop" Sis. Julia J. Folks, NR Owner 1909 E. Busch Blvd. Tampa, FL 33612 290917-Tarnpa,33687 Cell It happened during a stop at a store near East Warren Street. I spotted a woman drinking a grape Nehi and asked where on earth she found it. I was shocked when she sa'id, "The man outside." I nearly tripped over my feet to get to him. When I made my way out, I saw before me a 1985 Chevy El Camino packed with two coolers filled with ice and every blast from the past drink you could think of. The 12 ounce drinks are priced $2 for one or $5 for three. You can usually find Antwonne, his '85 El Camino and all those back in the day drinks on the streets of Plant City, or in the parking lot of any local high school football or basketball game (Pictures by Ishmon Johnson) For More Information Please Caiii813J 948-0005 Tickets lrlllill filii

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U. S. Rep. Kathy Castor called for immediate action on jobs legislation toda y so that schools in our commu nity can get the impro v e ments they need and small business contractors and construction workers have more job opportunities in our region. Rep. Castor made her remarks recently at Chiara monte Elementary School in south Tampa. Chiaramonte is undergoing a $9 million renovation this year "We have many schools in need of renovations through out our neighborhoods. Stu dents would benefit from updated classrooms, science labs and modern technology the y need to succeed aca,Our students de serve tq be in classrooms that are up to date and mod ern. Small businesses like Horus Construction could create jobs and hire more workers. I urge the GOP leadership in the U.S. House U.S. REP. KATHY CASTOR to schedule the American Jobs Act for debate Rep. Castor said The American Jobs Act proposes to in v est $25 bil lion in school infrastructure that will upgrade about 35 ,000 public schools na tionwide. Florida is esti mated to receive about $1.3 billion to support about 17,000 jobs. Hillsborough THE County would r e ceive ap pro x imatel y $123 million. There are 16 schools on Hillsborough County's un funded renovations list in cluding Roosevelt Elementary Wilson Middle, Progress Village Middle and Forest Hills Elementary. If all the schools on the list un derwenttherenovationsthey needed, the cost would be about $120 million Horus Construction is in charge of the renovations at Chiaramonte Elementary School. The work includes classroom remodeling, heat ing and air conditioning up grades, plumbing and electrical work. "Students throughout the Tampa Bay area deserve the types of improvements that w e are seeing at Chi a ra monte. Let's pass the Ameri can Jobs Act, upgrade our classrooms and put our con struction workers, plumbers and electricians back to work, Rep. Castor said. -llabaklmk 2:4 ABE BROWN MINISTRIES, I 2011 Family Trip Schedule 3RD SATURDAY TRIP OCTOBER 15 2011 $25 00/PERSON $12.50/CHILDREN DEPARTURE 5 :00A.M. Taylor C I. & Wo r k Camp ...... ......................... ....... ... Peny, FL Wak u lla C I ....... .... .... ........ ....... ........... : ..... Crawfordsv ill e FL L ancaster C .l. ....... ....... ................ ..... ............... . ... Trenton FL C r oss C ity C .I.. . ..... ........... . .... ...... ....... ... .......... Cross C i ty FL Mayo C.I .... ..... ....... ...... ......... ............. ..... . ..... . ...... Mayo FL 4TH SATURDAY TRIP OCTOBER 22, 2011 $50.00/PERSON $25.00/CHILDREN DEPARTURE 4:00 A.M. Quincy Annex ....... ......... . .......... ...... ... . ..... .... .. .. Quincy FL Gadsden Corr Facility ... ........ ... ... ..... ..... : ...... ....... . Quincy FL Liberty C l.. ... . .... : ........ .......... . . ...... . .. .. ........ ...... Bristol F L River Junction Work Camp .... ... .............. Chattahoochee FL Appalachee C.I ..... ..... .. ... .. .............. .... ......... Sneads, FL Jackson C .I. . .............. : .............. ....................... Ma l one FL Graceville Work Camp .... ................. ..... ..... .... ... Graceville FL 5TH SATURDAY TRIP OCTOBER 29, 2011 $50.00/PERSON $25.00/CHILDREN DEPARTURE 2:00 A.M. Holmes C .I. ... .... .................... .... ..... Bonifay, FL Northwest FL Reception Center .... .. ....... Ch i pley FL Caryville Work Camp ....... ... . .......... Caryville FL Bay C F ...... ........... .. .. ..... ..... .... ... Panama FL Gulf Forestry Camp ... ...... ... .. . ... Wewahitchka FL Gulf C l. & Work Camp ............ .. .Wewahitchka FL Calhoun C l. & Work Camp . .. ...... Biountstown FL Franklin C .I. .. ...... ... . ....... .... .... . ... Carrabelle FL Ple11se Contact Th e Mi o is h-y For Additional I nform a tion F or T h e 'J)ips Location: 2921 N. 29 t h Street Tampa FL 33605 Phone: (813) 247 -3285 "Whe n I I ncar ce r at e d You Came 1b See Afe. "-Matthew 25 :36h ...a. _.::.. N 0 ...a. ...a. ., r-0 :!;!. -en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm -:::! z ., c: DJ. r-u; ::z:: m c m ::D -< c: m en c )> z c ., ::D c C) m co I )>

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Local Pedestrian Killed In Accident An accident at 2:12 a.m. Thursda y left one man with minor injuries and another dead. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, A vehicle driven b y Harold Thomas, 31, was traveling west on U. S. Highway 92 near Falkenburg Road when Dedric Bynum, 21, reported walked into the intersection near the cross walk. Troopers said Bynum was hit by Thomas's vehicle. Bynum was hospitalized, and later pronounced dead. DEDRIC BYNUM ..... died from injuries sustained in accident Troopers said the accident is under investigation and de tails are pending. Citv Council Approves Purchase 01 Home For Proposed Roundabout BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer During Thursday's Com munity Redevelopment Agency's meeting, City Coun cil; unanimously approved the purchase of a house at the 22"d Street/21 s t Street junc tion. Officials said the purchase of the house was a part of the proposed roundabout to be constructed as part of the 22"d Street Phase III En hancement Project. The East Tampa Commu nip Revitalization Partner sHip (ETCRP) group had opposed the purchase ini tially, h:ecause the owner was asking for three times the $21,ooo appraised value of the house. However, during a special meeting a week ago, the East Tampa Partnership agreed to allow the purchase to go ahead contingent on the city's Public Works Depart ment covering all of the costs above the appraised value. The ETCRP will use its Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dollars to cover the appraised value. CRA Chair, City Councilman Frank Reddick, ex plained that at the special meeting, the ETCRP also / gave their approval to go ahead with the roundabout project. The structure of the roundabout was changed and won t look anything like the ones on 40th Street. I took a look at it, and since the ETCRP was alright with it, I was alright with it. New ETCRP Chair, Pas-tor Essie Sims, Jr., said East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, pre sented the new proposed rounqabout drawing to them, and told them about the change in the purchase of the house. "We were adamant about not paying anything above the appraised value of the house," said Pastor Sims. I've seen the proposed roundabout and I think this one fits the area a lot better than the ones on 40th Street. Pastor Sims said the East Tampa residents who at tended the meeting approved the project. "Although everything ap pears to be a done deal, you never know what will li e ahead, said Pastor Sims. According to Pastor Sims, the approval was given b y the ETCRP s former lead ership group. ''CALL RICKY'' ''ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY 892-8193! Or Email : callrickywilliams@gmail.com Available 24 FREE Consultation RICKY E. WILLIAMS Countv Head Start Site To Host Fraternitv Volunteers 0 0 d m m :::0 ...a. On Friday October 14th (today) twenty volunteers from across the state will take part in a special com munity service project. The project involved more than 100 children who attend the McCloud Head Start Pro gram, 2103 N. Rome Avenue. hosting its annual confer ence in Tampa this y ear. This fraternity and the Head Start Program share very similar goals. Both or ganizations emphasize the importance of male involve ment in children's lives from an early age, especially mi norities. His Involvement Matters (HIM)" provides opportuni-ties for fathers of children in :::: the Head Start Program to Members of the Alpha Alpha Phi Fraternity, Inc., have selected the Head Start site as part of their ongoing mission to uplift communi ties. The organization is "The program has part nered with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity for more than 15 years in both special and on going projects Another hallmark project, Head Start's NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING be mentored by members of the Fraternity," Louis Finney, Jr., Director of the Hillsborough County Head Start Program said. For more information contact the Director of the Hillsborough County Head Start Program at (813) 2725140 or visit the website at www.hillsboroughcounty.or g/headstart. As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municip al Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hear i ng on November 9, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owne r (s), v i olat i on address, code section vio l ated and legal description of subject property in that order The hear i ng will be held in City Counc i l Chambers, 3rd Floor, C i ty Hall, 3 1 5 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida. Affec t ed property owners will be given the opportunity to d i scuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286 Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with r espect to any matter considered at the meeting or hear i ng, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE t 10. 19741 LOUGHANAHE DENNIS 2ff7 E. SELMA AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-49 & 19-50, & 19-232 GOOO S ADDITION TO TAMI'l'. LOT3BLOCK4 167583 0000 CASE I 11ee& PULLARA AlffiiONY L JR ESTATE OF 3210 N HARDING AVE, TAMPA, FL SECTlONS: 19-49, 19, 19 19-233 & 19 RIVER HEIGHTS S 65FT OF LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 7 1 81486 0000 CASE t 11-o7679 FERRER, JOH N AND FERRER, ANNETTE 9915W .LA SALLE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-231 & 111-28 BELVEDERE PARK LOT 5 BlOCK 15 111497. ()(X)() CASE t 11 MOYA, BONIFACIO MIGUEL. 2120 W PINE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1 9 19, 19-46 19-"9 & 19-50 MAC FARtANES REV MAP O F ADDITIONS TOW E STTAMI'l'. W 33 V. FT OF LOT 6 BLOCK 37 179348 0000 CASEt11-104211 WlLUAMS, RUBY L. EST OF % AV15 WIU.lAMS 1931 W WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1 9-233 19-234, 19-49 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TOWESTTAMI'l'. LOT IS BlOCK 55 170080.0100 CASE I 11 WILUAMS RUBY L EST OF % BERN ANDREWS 1931 W WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-233 19 4 19-46, 19-49 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 170080 .0100 CASEt11 WILLIAMS RUBY LEST OF %ROAN, EVELYN 1931 W WALNUT ST .. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19. 19-234, 19-16. 19 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660 0100 CASE 1 11 104211 WIWAMS, RUBY LEST OF % WILL WUGGUNS 1931 W WALNUT ST., TAMPA, F L SECTIONS: 19-233, 19-234. 19-46. 19-49 & 19 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS T O WESTTAMI'l'. LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660 .0 100 CASE t 11-10426 WIWAIIS, RUBY L EST OF % GI.ORY J ANDREWS 474317 11131 W WALNUT ST, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-233, 19-234, 19-46. 19-49 & 19-50 MAC FAALANES REV MAP OF AUDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BlOCK 55 179660.0100 CASE t 11 WIWAIIS, RUBY L. EST OF % HARR ANDREWS 1931 W WALNUT ST, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 111-233, 19-234, 1 9-"6 19-49 & 111-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 170080 0 100 CASE t 11-104211 WILLIAMS RUBY L EST 01' % QSSll; ANDREWS 11131 W WALNUT ST, TAMPA, FL S ECTIONS: 19-233, 19-234, 111-"6. 19-49 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF AUDITIONS TOWESTTA MI'l'. LOT 1 5 BLOCK 55 179660 .0100 CASE t 1HOIS7 IIC CALOPE PAUL SR EPPS. OUVlA C/0 JOE & OUVIA THOMAS 3227 W. SPRUCE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 111-233 & 19 MAC FARLANE PARK WI> OF LOT 1 5 AND LOT 16 BLOCK 42 180447 0000 CASE I 11-12876 RODRIQUEZ, JANET & RODRIQUEZ, RUSSELL D 3009 W PALMETTO ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46. 19-49. 19-50. 19-56 MAC FARLANE Pl'.RK LOTS 28 29 AND 30 BLOCK 50 1 00628 0000 CASE f 1113023 HODGES. CHERYL 2112 W CHERRY ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-233, 19-234, 19-238, 19-46, 19-49 & 19-50 MAC F ARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMI'l'. LOT 4 BlOCK 30 179219 0000 CASE t 11-13257 TAYLOII, AUGUSTA SUSAN 1408 W BURGER ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: "19-46, 19-47, 19-49, & 19 50 ELPORTAL LOTS 10 AND 11 BlOCK 28 98795 0000 CASE 111-13524 PEASE, DARIEN J SR. 8207 N OLA AVE., TAMI'A FL S ECTION: 19-49 PURIT Y SPRINGS HEIGHTS NO.1 LOT 4 BlOCK 11 1oon5.oooo CASE t 11-13170 MINGO, OOEL MINGO, TERESA 2135 W SAINT CONRAD ST., AlB. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19, 19-50 & 19-19 BOUTON AND SKINNER" S ADDITION TO WEST TAMPA L O T 23 BlOCK 14 177597 0000 CASE 111-14603 BOSQUE, EMILIO BOSQUE, MARIA 1715 W UNION ST., AlB TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19 MAC FAALANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TOWESTTAMPA LOT 21 BlOCit 15 11'896 1.0000 CASE t 11-14916 GI.YIIIPH, LOTT1E II. ESTATE-oF 711 E. SKAGWAY AVE .. REAR, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-16, 19-47, 19-19. 19-50 A 111-56 SPRING HILL SUBDIVISION LOT 22. 23 AND 24 BLOCK J 99398 0000 CASE I 11 SCHOENEBERG, KENNETH SCHOENEBERG, ROSE 712 E. ROBSON ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19 & 111-50 WARNER SUBDIVISION W It OF LOT 62 AND ALL LOT B3 AND S 12 ClOSE D ALLEY ABUTTING ON N 161433 0000 CASE f 11-18035 PABON, DANI ELJ.E 192 45 W Ct!eRR'I ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46. Hl-49 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST T AMPA W20. 3 FTOFLOT 3ANO ElM FT OF LOT BlOCK 54 179638 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECT ION 28f?. 26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK "TT r 0 :!! c )> en m z :::! z m r m c: r r gJ z "0 c: m r en ::::t m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c "TT :!! c ...a. ...a. I )>

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,... Marriage Ceremonv September 21, 2011 MR. And MRS. DASRIL (RENE) PANKO, JR. Eternal love burns forever again for 'us.' I love you, Rene Panko, my wife and soulmate for life. Sun comes up in the morning time, I vow to you my husband to be fore\rer mine. May Allah bless .our marriage. Love, your wife. . Walk-ins Welcome N. 34th Street ,--...288 CommunittJ News After 8 Years: live Oaks Square Neighborhood Association Returns MICHAEL DOVE And PASTORDAVIDGUNN Live Oaks Square, an area comprised of Hanna to the north; Hillsborough Avenue to the south; 30th Street to the west and 40th Street to the east, has announced the return of their Neighborhood Association and Crime Watch Group On October 27th at 7 p.m., the group will be meeting at 40th Street Baptist Church. At the meeting will be an introduction of the new interim president, Michael Dove, and interim vice-presi dent, Pastor David Gunn, assistant pastor of 40th Street Baptist Church. Scheduled to speak at the meeting will be representatives from the Tampa Police Department. Also, there will be discussions on putting together a crime watch group. The Live Oaks Square Neighborhood Association meets every 4th Thursday of the month. OUOTOHOSI 'Stop The Violence' Communitv Event On Sunday, October 16th at 2 p . m., Michelle Williams and Jeff Hilaire will be hosting a "Stop The Violence" event at Winston Park in Clair-Mel City. The community is asked to come out and be a part of this event, and speak out on the need to stop the violence that has taken over African American communities all over the city. As special features for the event there will be grand prizes of an X-Box 360, a Mongoose boy's bicycle, a Huffy girl's bicycle, and much more. There will also be free food, drinks, water slides for the kids as well as bouncing cas tles. This is a free event that's open to the entire area. In The Spotlight XI OMARA This week's Spotlight feature comes with a unique name. Xiomara is a 19-year-old Sagittarian who says her favorite stars are Beyonce and Chris Brown, and her hobbies are stepping, dancing, modeling, and reciting poetry. In the future, Xiomara wants to maintain a good head on her shoulders and later return to medical school. Her philosophy of life is: You are who you hang with; I've been on the bottom and that's why I grind so hard to stay on top; "Money to be made, bills to be paid." Xiomara said the man in her life mus t be tall, dark, clean cut, and hand some. She said light-skinned dudes seem to be the ones who stea( her heart. Congratulations to Xiomara as this week's Spotlight feature. If you're interested in being in the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, including a contact num ber to: jjohnson@flsentinel.com.

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"TT Singer/Songwriter KEM Coming To Tampa 0 0 -t 0 On Sunday, November 6th at ?:30 p. m., Universal/ Motown Records singersongwriter-producer KEM, will be performing at the Straz Center. KEM (real name Kern Owens) was born in Nashville Tennessee, but raised in Detroit, Michigan. After graduating from high school KEM dealt with homelessness addiction and isolation from his family. "M y career didn' t take off until I connected with my FYI EHort To Bring Firstladv To Inner Citv An effort is underway to have First Lady Michelle Obama to visit the inner city -while she is in Tampa later this month. A group of individuals would like for her to visit East Tampa at the HOPE Center on 22nd St. Since Mrs. Obama is a supporter of communitY gardens, the HOPE Center would like for her to see their work. For additional information, please call (813) 966-5844. Homewo-rk Tutoring Begins October18 The Ensuring Student Suc cess (ESS) Program under the Hillsborough County Branch NAACP will start its Homework Tutorial Program on Tuesday October 18 2011 at the Empowerment Center. Homework Tutorial will be held on Tuesdays, Wednes days, and Thursdays, 3 p. m. 6 p. m. in Suite 'F' at 308 E. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd (33603) Students in grades 6-1 2 must pre-register and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis as space is limited There is no charge. Homework tutoring is pro vided by R. I. S. E. (Reach In spire, Strengthen, Encour a ge), a USF student organization. All tutors mus t pass a background check. If interested in participat ing, please call (813) 234-8683, or stop in at the main office in Suite 'C spirituality. That's why I take time on stage and on the album to administer spirituality to peopl e That is something I'm very proud of. her 2001, and on February 25, 2003, they re-released his Kemistry album and it sold more than 500,000 copies ica. CD He followed his d ebut re l e ase with a s econd album, Album II, on Ma y 17, 2005, and sold mo r e than 500,000 On August 17 2010 KEM m released Intimacy: Album III, and this year, a cut from :a that album, "If It' s Lo v e reached the 24th spot on the ::: The father of two daughters, KEM wrote, produced and financ e d his s elf-re le ased debut album, K emistry with his Americ a n Expr e ss card, singing top 40 cover tunes in weddings, and waiting tables KEM signed a deal with Motown Records in Novem-it Tampa Housin t\uthoriflj g KEM copies nationwide. It included the hit single, I Can't Stop Loving You, a number one at urban adult contemporary radio, and the song, You Might Win, featuring Stevie Wonder on harmon-U.S. R&B/Hip Hop chart. Appearing with KEM will be four-time Grammy award nominee, Ledisi, who will be performing sin gles from her June 14, 20i1 album, Pieces Of Me. The featured singles already enjoying air play a:re "Stay Toand So Into You AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY RESIDENTS October10, 2011 .. BE ADVISED THAT THE TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY MANAGEMENT TEAM, HAS VI_EWEtl TtiE "YOVTUBE" SITE REGARDING RESIDENTS INVOLVED: IN VARIOUS FIGHTS AT PUSUC HOUSING COMMUNITIES AND WE FEEL THAT THESE VIDEOS ARE EMBARRASSING TO THE MAJORITY OFTHE RESIDENTS LIVING JN ARE STRIVING TO PROVIDE A POSITIVE QUALITY OF UFE FORTHEMS,EL\te$ AN[) TJiEIR CHI1Jl,Re.N. THE VIDEOS DON'T :SET A GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDREN OR THE-'CHILDREN OF' OUR . . . . -.COMMUNmES THAT MAY BE WATCHING THEM AND BECOME TO DO THE SAME; THEY REPRESENT POOR EXAMPLES OF LAWLESSNESS AND OUT OF CONTROL CONDUCT. .RESIDENTS PARTICIPATING IN THESE ACTIVITIES SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOR WILL NOT BE TOLERATED! OUR MANAGERS AND STAFF PERSONS. WILL BE MONITORING SOCIAL NETWORK SITES. WE CONSIDER THIS TO BE A SERIOUS MATTER COULD POSSIBLY LEAD TO EVICTION PROCEEDINGS. ADDIJIONAUY, A TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY BULLETIN nNEWS FOR-THE DA'Y11 IS ,BEING PISTRIBUTED THAT DETAILS OUR CONCERN WITH GAMBLING AS WELL. IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERN AT All YOUR COMMUNITY, WE SUGGEST YOU ,CONTACT THE MANAGER ON THE PROPERTY WHERE YOU RESIDE OR CONTACT TtiE CENTRAL OFFICE: TO s EE HOYt THIS BEHAVIOR CAN AFFECT YOUR TENANCY. AGAIN, THIS TYPE_ Of CONDUCT IS 'TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE. RESIDENTS THAT ADHERE TO TAMPA HOUSING AUTHORITY'S RULES AND REGULATIONS AS WELL AS HELP US TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITIES SAFE ARE GREATLY APPRECiATED. THINK ABOUT ITI & Jerome D. Ryans "n r-0 ::::c c )> en. m z :::! z m r-CD c: rm :::! z "'tJ c: m r-u; :::1: m c m < m -t C: m (/) c )> z c "TT ::::c c ..... w I )>

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-r--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Sports a: w m 0 0 Hopkins vs. Dawson Scheduled For October 15 BERNARD HOPKINS Vs. CHAD DAWSON World Boxing Council light heavyweight champion, Bernard Hopkins (left) and challenger, Chad Dawson at a boxing news conference. Hopkins, 46, will defend his title against Dawson on Saturday, October 15th at the Staples. Bucs Get Tanard Jackson Back TANARD JACKSON After Sunday's loss to the safety, Tanard Jackson. Jackson has been reinstated by the NFL after being out for more than a year for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Jackson has reportedly vio lated the league's drug guide lines at least three times and suspended twice. Coach Morris, however, feels the young man deserves another opportunity to sal vage his career. San Francisco 49ers, Tampa ..J Bay Buccaneer head coach w Raheem Morris said he With starting safety, Cody Grimm lost for the season with a knee injury, the return of Jackson couldn't come at a better time. He started practicing with the team this week, and the Bucs will have two weeks to decide whether to activate him to their 53man roster. z i= z w U) was concerned about players who went into that game banged up, and came out even more banged up. He's also concerned about the status of defensive tackle, 9 Gerald McCoy and running U. back, LeGarrett Blount. One shining light for the Bucs will be the return of The Bucs will be hosting the Saints at Raymond James Stadium with kickoff scheduled for 4:15p.m. NBACancels First2 Weeks OISeason Stern arrives at a news conference after team owners met in Dallas. NEW YORK NBA Commissioner David Stern canceled the first two weeks of the season Monday after owners and players were unable to reach a new labor deal and end the lockout. "The gap is so significant that we just can't bridge it at this time," said Stern, who added it's doubtful a full 82-game season can be played. NBALeoend Bill Russell Files lawsuit Against NCAA BILL RUSSELL Whether college athletes should be compensated for the millions of dollars they bring in to universities around the nation, or just be happy to receive a "free" edu cation, has been a hot button topic for many years. Nothing, though, has been said about the fairness of cap italizing off the professional fame of those athletes once they leave college until now. Celtic legend Bill Russell has plans to finally make the NCAA pay up. It appears that the NCAA tnay be in violation this time.? Former Boston Celtics great Bill Russell has filed a law suit against the NCAA, alleging that the intercollegiate sports governing association has profited from featuring his likeness in commercially sold videos without seeking his permission or offering compensation. Russell filed suit in a federal court in Oakland, Calif., on Wednesday. A Hot Dog In Tiger's Direction Marks His Return SAN MARTIN, CA -Tiger Woods was sure to make news at CordeValle in his first tournament in seven weeks. Only it wasn't from any of his scores or any of his shots. It was from a hot dog. Even when he returned to golflast year after a sex scan dal, Woods heard only the occasional heckle from the crowd or saw a plane toting a saucy message on a banner. But as he stood over a putt on the seventh green toward the end of his final round in the Frys.com Open, he heard a commotion from security and saw remnants of a hot dog being tossed in his direc tion. "When I looked up, the hot dog was already in the air," Woods said. "The bun was kind of disintegrating." Woods hadn't played on the PGA Tour since the middle of August, when he missed the cut at the PGA Championship. Sgt. Jose Cardoza said the man was arrested for dis-TIGER WOODS turbing the peace and removed from the property. "He was very cooperative," Cardoza said. "They said, 'Why did you do this?' He just shook his head iil guilt or remorse. He didn't give a reason why he did it." Cardoza said the man claimed he wasn't throwing the hot dog at Woods, rather tossing it in the air. He said the man acknowledged having a drink earlier in the day, but that the man was not drunk. Terrell owens Rushed To LA Hospital, Cops Called NFL star Terrell Owens was hospitalized in L.A. last week after someone called 911 to report a medical emer gency at an apartment where the football player had been staying. An ambulance was sent to the apartment at 11:02 PM Thursday night and police arrived soon after. Officials are not disclosing the nature of the emergency -or explaining why cops TERRELL OWENS were called to the scene.

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Mavor Buckhorn AndTheRavs Tampa's mayor, Bob Buckhorn has made it clear that he will not do anything to recruit the Rays from St. Petersburg. He has also made it clear that he will do nothing to prevent the Ray's from moving to Tampa. While the mayor has not come out and said so, I get the impression that Mayor Buckhorn would love to see the pack-up and come on over to Tampa. I believe the Rays will con tinue to have an attendance problem as long as there is a question as to where they will call home. LeBron Going To The NFL? Who is basketball star LeBron James playing games with? James recently inquired about the deadline for the National Football League to sign free agents? LeBron's inquiring drew immediate interest from the Seattle Seahawks. For those who didn't know, LeBJ}on was a star football player in high school. The question here is, was that a serious inquiry or was LeBron playing games? LeBron may not help an NFL team to win games, but his presence would pack the stadium. No Top Twenty-Five Team? The State of Florida does have a single football team playing in any of the major top 25 polls. Florida State, Florida imd Miami are usually represented in those polls. If not all three, ly one of them. Lately USF and UCF have been flirting with those polls. Today, neither team is present. Detroit lions' GM Has Tampa Ties MARTIN MAYHEW The s-o Detroit Lions of the NFL has a General Manager with Tampa ties. Detroit's GM, Martin Mayew lived in Tampa as a young child with his mother, Fernita Mayhew. He moved to Tallahassee when his mother moved to that area. Mayhew played for Florida State and was drafted by the Washington Redskins. After a successful career with the 'skins, Mayhew came-to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and started at cornerback. With law degree from Georgetown University hanging on his wall, Martin is now the GM for the contending Lions. You go boy! Sanders Hears 'Bar-Rv! Bar-Rv'' Chants In Detroit BARRY SANDERS DETROIT-The Motor City welcomed back Barry Sanders-with a roar. The Hall of Fame running back was serenade d with "Bar-ry! Bar-ry!" chants by a handful of fans when he walked onto the turf at Ford Field about an hour before Detroit played Chicago on Monday night. After being on the field for the coin flip, the national anthem was delayed slightly because tens of thousands wouldn't stop chanting "Barry! Bar-ry" just as they did at the Pontiac Silverdome. Sanders was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2004, five years after his retirement that left some Lions fans bitter in part because he walked away when he was one of his average seasons away from breakin g Walter Payton's career rushin g record. Prvor's Suspension Ends Aner5Games TERRELLE PRYOR ALAMEDA, CA Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor has completed his five game suspension and is now eligible to practice with the team. Pryor had to serve the suspension at the start of his rookie season when he was allowed to participate in the supplemental draft. Pryor left Ohio State instead of serving a five-game ban being involved in a cash-for-memo rablia scandal that has put the Buckeyes under NCAA investi gation. Pryor was selected by the Raiders in the third round of the supplemental draft Aug. 22. He has not been allowed to practice with his team since the end of preseason, but has been attending meetings and doing individual drills. The Raiders do not have to make a corresponding move immediately because of a one game roster exemption. c Man Arrested In Killing g Of u.s. Plaver In Romania BUCHAREST, ROMANIA -A man was arrested Monday in the killing of Chauncey Hardy, a former basketball player at Sacred Heart in Connecticut who prosecutors say was punched in the face by the boyfriend of a woman Hardy was with in a bar. Ionut Adrian Tanasoaia surrendered to police and will be in custody for 29 days while he awaits trial. He is accused of beating up Hardy in a bar in the southern Romanian city of Giurgiu on Saturday night. Hardy died shortly after surgery Sunday in Bucharest. The 23-year-old player sustained severe head injuries and was in a coma when admitted to the hospital in Giurgiu, where he played for CSS Giurgiu and was cele:-. brating a victory over rival Dinamo Bucharest. Hardy was punched after he playfully put his cap on a woman's head, prosecutors said. They added that the woman's boyfriend objected to the gesture, and Hardy tried to show he didn't CHAUNCEY HARDY understand Romanian. Tanasoaia then allegedly punched Hardy on the cl}in and he fell to the ground. ::D ;n 0 :!! A preliminary autopsy revealed a massive hemorrhage and broken skull. Giurgiu coun:ty hospital spokeswoman Elisabeta Bene said Monday that doctors initially suspected Hardy was in a coma because he had been drink ing. She said his condition deteriorated a few hours later and he was transferred to a ., hospital in Bucharest. c: m en m z :::! z m r m ? r m :::! z r Cii m c m < m i-1 c: m C/) c )> z c

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Entertainment M-ak_e_s -Do_n_a_tio_n_T_o_K_ee-p Svmone's Comedy Harlem Bovs & Girls Club Open g "State of Georgia," starring Raven-Symone, an aspiring actress from the South, has been cancelled. fE The reason behind the can cellation is 'failure to attract viewers.' Although her career has taken somewhat of a down hill spiral with the cancella tion of her comedy show, an unsuccessful movie (College Road Trip) and a low-selling album, she refuses to be de feated. After losing 40 pounds, that she said was by accident, she can still about the sue-RAVEN-SYMONE cess of "That's So Raven," one of the longest-running hits on the Disney Channel. Denzel Washington Donates $2.5 Million To Alma Mater 1:i NEW YORK-Denzel C Washington has donated a: $2.25 milliori to Fordham u.. c University, his alma mater. Z The university said Mon< day that Washington has 1:i given $2 million to endow the Denzel Washington W Chair in Theatre, and another $250,000 to establish a scholarship for a minority w undergraduate student [j studying theater at Fordham. c Phylicia Rashad, who W played Clair Huxtable on "The Cosby Show," has ::J joined the school's faculty as the first Denzel Washington D. Chair in Theatre. z ...J ...J :::: m < I CD ,.... DENZEL WASHINGTON Washington cited the late Bob Stone, who was a theater professor at Ford ham, for inspiring him. CHRIS BROWN And His Mother, JOYCE While in Charlotte, NC for his F.A.M.E. Tour, R&B singer Chris Brown took a moment to sing Happy Birthday to his mama before ending Saturday's show. Brown got fans to join in on the Birthday serenading, as his mother, Joyce Hawkins stepped on stage for a hug from her son. Ja Rule Facing A $4 Million Tax lien JARULE Even though he's currently imprisoned, rapper Ja Rule is facing a $4 million tax bill. J a Rule is serving a two year jail sentence for at tempted gun possession. Now, the state of New Jersey filed a$4,317,189 tax lien against The lien was filed on his Saddle River, NJ home has not been addressed by the rapper's camp; his publicist had to comment. Bevonce Accused Of Stealing Choreography BEY ONCE Beyonce has been getting a ton of buzz for her video for "Countdown," as she shows off her baby bump and went for a retro look, channeling Audrey Hepburn. But the buzz isn't all good and she has been accused of ripping off 2 dance routines by Bel gian choreographer, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. De Keersmaker told a Danish blog that she had not been asked permission for her choreography to be per formed, "I didn't know any thing about it. I'm not mad but this is plagiarism. The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem was in serious dan ger of closing down recently until Bad Boy Records founder Sean Combs de cided to make a donation. Diddy grew up in the Harlem area. "Mr. Combs' contribu tion comes at a time when we were faced with the possibil ity of eliminating existing programs and/ or club sites. 100% of Mr. Combs' con tribution will go directly to the young people, and pro vide educational, recre ational and social enrichment programs allow ing us to move forward as a DIDDY club, uninterrupted," said Willie C. Bentley, Jr. Board Member and Re source Development Chair. Will And Jada Pinken Smith land Deal With ABC Will Smith is returning to the small screen as a pro ducer for an "Untitled Romeo Project" featuring singer, Romeo Santos. ABC has purchased the right to the show with -just a working title and a premise that follows the main charac ter, a man of Dominican American descent living in Washington Heights, Man hattan. Romeo struggles to relate to his father while cre ating his own identity, a "new vision of the American Dream." The Smith couple are WILLAndJADA PINKETT SMITH inset ROMEO SANTOS teaming up with James Lassiter to bring the semi autobiographical sitcom to life. The2011Bet Hip-Hop Award Winners LIL WAYNE, CHRIS BROWN And LL COOL J Hip-Hop ruled supreme as the 2011 BET Hip-Hop Awards aired Tuesday on Black Entertainment Televi sion. The big winner of the night however wasn't a pro fessional MC, but R&B singer/part-time rapper Chris Brown. Breezy's "Look At Me Now," took home "Best Hip Hop Video," "Reese's Perfect Combo Award" and "Veri zan's People's Champ." Lil Wayne took home two awards for "Lyricist Of The Year" and "Best Live Performer." Other notable winners were: Nicki Minaj who won Award (Best Hip Hop Style)", Lex Lugar, who took hon;te "Pro ducer Of the Year", and Kanye West, whose My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fan tasy, won "CD Of The Year." LL Cool J was also awarded the "I Am Hip-Hop Icon Award" for his contribu tions to the game as his Dirty Nelly pre sented him with the presti gious honor. The awards also was a coming home show as DMX and T.I., respectively graced the stage with their come back performances

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rtainment Kanve West And Russell Simmons Visit Occupv Wall Street Protest REV. AL SHARPTON Joined RUSSELL SIMMONS And KANYE WEST With the protest on Wall Street entering its fourth week, police officers are keepi!lg their posts surrounding the park at the center of it all as the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators say they are staying put for the long haul. The protesters say they're fighting for the "99 percent," or the vast majority of Americans who do not fall into the wealthiest 1 percent of the population; their causes range from bringing down Wall Street to fighting global warming. The movement gained-traction through social media, and protests have taken plStce in several other cities nationwide. On Monday, the Rev. AI Sharpton, Kanye West and "Russell Simmons made impromptu appearances at the park Defense Drops Claim Jackson Swallowed Fatal Dose LOS ANGELES --An attorney for the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death on Wednesday dropped the defense claim that the superstar swal lowed a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol while the physician wasn't look ing. The defense claim had been a key tactic in the case of Dr. Conrad Murray. J. Michael Flanagan told the judge that he had commissioned a study about the effects of propofol if swallowed. Flanagan said the studies showed that any effect from swallowing propofol would be "trivial." "We are not going to assert at any time during this trial that Michael Jackson orally administered propofol," Flanagan said. Tupac'sMom Condemns Alleged Sex Tape AFENI SHAKUR And Son, TUPAC There's been plenty of Tupac Shakur material re leased since his 1996 death. But if his family has anything to say about it, a 1991 sex tape will not become part of that repertoire. Released still shots from an alleged s-minute sex tape were released by TMZ. Esquire Dubs Rihanna sexiest woman Alive Men's glossy Esquire named Rihanna the "Sexiest Woman Alive" for 2011. The Bajan beauty is .no stranger to adulation. Many have hailed her fashion sense, her music has set records, and her fans line up to see her sold-out shows. Simply put, Rihanna is a bonafide star, and love her or hate.her, you can't knock her hustle. In the latest issue of Es quire she chats about her country's initial lukewarm reception, how she prepares for a show, and being proud of Chris Brown. On Chris Brown's Comeback RIHANNA (Top) Cover Of Esquire. (Bottom) Inside Spread. while, for obvious reasons. Shakur's mother, Meni Shakur, is aware of the tape and has told her spokesper son, "get the legal team ready because [we] will not allow It's incredible to see how he pulled out of it the way he did. Even when the world seemed like it was against him, you know? But I've put that behind me. ., It was taking up too muchh 5 ofniy time. It was too muc :!:! someone to put 1t out. "We will sue anyone who tries to sell a Tupac tape," a representative for Shakur's estate said. I really like the music he's putting out. I'm a fan of his stuff. I've always been a fan. Obviously, I had some sentment toward him for a anger. I'm really excited to see the breakthrough he's had in his career. I wDuld never wish anything horrible for him. Never. I never have. FOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT C> AIIR i mSizes "ll -ail u ron-= 18" fa 28' Extra _r r!f USED TIRES '0{1) UpTo$150.00 "f'Th &Mounlilg-& ,_,. OIL CHANGE. Tune-Ups Computer Diagnostics & Repairs NC Foreign & Domestic Alignment Brakes cv Joints Transmission ServiceNew & Used Tires And Morel GREAT DEALS: 205/40/17 -215/35/18 225/40/18 225/35/20 245/35/20 245130/22 255/35/20 255/30/22 265/35122 265/30/22 295/30/22 24' 26' 28'AND en

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E Movie Reviews N ..... a: w m 0 0 >.;' Real Steel-Charlie (Hugh Jackman) and his son (Dakota Goyo) came through in this rock' em, sock' em fE robot family I action film. The special effects with the c a: LL c z w c W J: en :J m ::::) D. z i= w _. ...J ::::) m robots were great. No. 1 at Box Office. Made $27M. (Budget N/ A). **** Dolphin Tale -This movie is based on a true story about a dolphin who had to deal with a prosthetic tail. A good story for the kids. Made $49M. (Budget $37M) ***112 Abduction -Director John Singleton and Twi light's Taylor Lautner made this into a fastmoving, action-packed thriller. Enjoyed it! Made $23. (Budget $35M).**** Killer Elite-Jason Statham, Robert DeNiro and Clive Owen star in this true story about an assassin hired to kill e:x;-assassins. Not for kids. Very violent. Made $21M. (Budget $70M). **** Lion King (In 3-D)-This classic Disney movie is remade in a 3-D format from the 1994 version. Some thing to do with your kids if you have time. Made $86M. (Since '94, Lion King has made $413M). **** Drive (2011)-Ryan Gosling stars as a stuntman driver by day, and a getaway driver for criminals at night. Once the action starts, this movie gets real bloody. Made $30M. (Budget $15M). **** Contagion -Laurence Fishburne and Matt Damon star in this spooky medical thrilled about a virus spreading around the world. This movie makes you realize how easy it is to catch germs and make you wash your hands every time you touch a door knob. Must-see! Made $69M. (Budget $6oM) Colombiana-Zoe Saldana (Avatar) brings the house down in this action-packed assassin movie. Well-written. Must-see! Made $36M. (Budget $30M). **** The Help -Viola Davis (actress) and Octavia Spencer (supporting actress) should win Oscars for their roles as Black Maids in the early 6os. This movie is a must -see, but will piss you off, make you cry all in one. Made $162M . (Budget $25M).**** RATINGS : **** -Very Good 1 *** -Good 1 ** -Average 1 -Wait For Video oroscopes/ oap Today's Birthday-With Mercury entering your second house, your ability to profit finan cially soars. You see opportunities where others are blind. Share ideas with others, and the abun dance multiplies. Review the budget and consider investing in your education. Make big plans. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Discuss shared finances during the next few days. Review your money plan and goals. You're worth more than you thought. Increase your income by playing your cards wisely. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Now it's easier to make personal decisions that were difficult before. Words come easily when it comes to love, even in the face of obstacles. Share your heart. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-The quickening pace leaves no time to waste. Concentrate on working to generate results. Use your personal magnetism to gain an advantage. You have plenty today. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Romance sparks for the next two days. Add fuel to tlie fire with a little mystery. You don't need to reveal everything at once. Separation can make the heart grow fonder. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Home improvement satisfies. You're very persuasive now and know just what to say to an influential female. Respectfully advance your career. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-You've got the memory and concentration for some serious study. Choose a topic that you feel strongly about, and accept rigorous coaching. Toss the ball to a teammate. Aries (March 21-Apri119)-Schedule your agreements, especially where finances are con cerned. Charm customers with extra value, and reap long-term rewards. Be patient; and keep up momentum Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Give in to full self-expression; you've got the and power. What will you create? Who will you be? You've got a blank canvas. Let your passions hold the brush. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -There's a tendency to overthink everything now. Don't get stuck in your head. Get into a conversation with someone who can see beyond your view. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-Your charm is magnetic, and others gravitate to your orbit. Opportunities for romance abound and could even be overwhelming. Express your feelings. Art helps. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-Your skills are garnering attention, both in your career and rela tionships. It's easier to have intimate conversations. Get a sexy new outfit, and show off your moves. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Even if you don't hear about it, your ideas are gaining recogni tion. You're not in it for the glory, though. Experiment with new concepts for inner satisfaction. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Eric surprises Stephanie with a romantic dinner to cele brate her recent medical-test results; Brooke and Ridge exchange opposing opinions regarding Liam, Hope and Steffy; Eric confronts Stephanie about their recent lack of intimacy. Steffy cop.;;: fesses to Taylor what she did in Colorado, but she fears Ridge's reaction; Stephanie rejects Eric's gift; Brooke's disappointed in Ridge when he doesn't necessarily see her point of view. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-EJ comes off as the winner of the mayoral debate; Jennifer consid ers giving Jack a second chance; Madison curbs Brady's flirtatious advances; Kate mistakenly thinks she won a business scuffle with Madison. Marlena demands to speak with Austin enlists Rafe's help on John's case and brings him up to speed; Jennifer admits to Daniel that she still has feelings for Jack; Maggie's shocked to learn that she's connected to Alice's secret bank account. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Elizabeth breaks down; Kate gets a surprisingvisitor with flowers; Kristina receives important news. Another surprise in Hawaii; Matt invites Elizabeth to a party; Lulu admits one of her fears. ONE LIFE TO UFE-Someone holds Jack at gunpoint; Jessica encounters John, and she may tell him the truth.Rama threatens to have Kim arrested; Todd may be ready to turn himself in. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Jill squares off with Genevieve; Cane and Ronan investi gate Colin. Tucker offers Harmony a deal; Lily is suspicious of Cane. 813 leans learned ul Didn't Sav A Word" lesson18 Bv laurel Johnson-Page SUMMARY: Most mothers encourage their sons to be a man and right all wrongs. The relationship between Charles and his mother gives a new meaning to the term, "mama's boy." Throughout her marriage there was nothing Sharie could ever do to please her mother-in-law, but after seeing her holding the child that Sharie's husband conceived with another woman, Sharie realized that words can not explain. What kind of a mother gets involved in her son's infidelities and keeps his horrible secrets? Is Ms. Abram wrong for choosing her grandchild over her daugh ter-in-law? Sometimes a mother has to do what a mother has to do. Join the Ladies of 813 in this week s article 813 Lessons Learned "I Didn t Say A Word at flsentinelnow com.

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Funerals -MR. WILLIAM ALLEN NANCE Memorial service for Mr. William Allen Nance of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, October 11, 2011, will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Pilgrim Rest M. B. Church, 4202 W. Nassau Street, Rev. Linda C. Reese, pastor, officiating. William was born December 18, 1956, in Tampa." He attended Pilgrim Rest M. B. Church. He was a native of Tampa. He attended Hillsborough High School and Hillsborough Community College. He honorably served in the U. S. Marine Corp. William enjoyed tennis, boxing and football. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, William Vinson, Sr. He leaves to cherish his memories: devoted companion of 32 years, Ollie Roundtree; children, Torrie Warren and Silton Harrell (Alfreda); grandchildren, Silkkia Harrell, Alveta HarDamien Harrell, and Amaya Harrell, Ferante Warren, Cordell Warren and Chauncey Warren; mother, Doris V. Saddler; grandmother, Estella Vinson; brothers, Larry Nance, Vanoy Nance and Jerry Coleman; sisters, Carolyn Nance and Sharon Nance; aunts, Willie Mae Williams, Darrell Vinson, Kimberly Vinson and Jeanette Vinson; uncles, William Vinson and Edward Vinson; nieces, LaShanda Whitehead, Tameka Burton, La wanda Nance, Lodeira Vassell, Keisha Nance and Keon Nance; nephews, Christopher Frances, Michael Frances, Larry Nance, Jr., and Taheim Nance; cousins, Nitaka Walker, Rosalinde Aikens, Jimmy Williams, Terrell Williams, Junior Vinson, Latoya, Kevin, Darnell and Deborah Kelly; great nieces and great nephews, Terriah Matthew, Dashon Lattimore, Taylor Larry, Jackson Larry, Gloria Butts, Carl Hayes and Jamar Gallmon; and a host of other relatives and special friends. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the memorial service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. VIVIAN STUBBINS ROBERTS Homegoing services for Mrs. Vivian Stubbins Roberts of Tampa, who passed. away on Monday, October 10, 2011, will.be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at St. Luke AME Church; 2709 N. 25th Street, Rev. Ronald Williams, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Johnnie Vivian Stubbins was born April 2, 1944, in Winter Haven, FL. Mrs. Roberts was a devoted member of St. Luke AME Church, and a devoted grandmother, wife, sister and friend. Vivian loved her family and enjoyed cooking, sewing and decorating. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Mildred Clark; father, John Henry Stubbins; brothers, Milton and Michael Stubbins; nephew, Milton Stubbins, Jr.; and aunt, Lillian Williams. She leaves to cherish her memories: spouse, Theodore Roberts; children, Rhonda Walter (Ricky), Robert Stubbins (Kim), Travetta Roberts and Karissa Roberts; grandchildren,. Mark Hamilton, Robert Avery, Cher'rell Stubbins, Robbie Stubbins, Amariell Brooks, Teandra Roberts, Taniqua Roberts, Romemyo Harmon, Chan'tel Stubbins, Rah'Keem Stubbins, Rah'Kim Stubbins and Rah'Gina Stubbins; great grandchildren, Jamil Hamilton, Robert Avery, Jr., Sean Avery, Roellis Avery and Abrielle Avery; sisters, Annette Wright (Alphonso) of Cocoa Beach, FL, Rhonda Stubbins White of Los Angeles, CA, and Annette Stubbins of New York, NY; sister-inlaw, Eyvette Stubbins; nieces, Tangela Stubbins, Anastasia Stubbins, Sheila Wright and Pamela Wright; nephews, Derrick Stubbins, Herbert Stubbins and Rico Stubbins; cousins, Gwendolyn Wheeler and Joseph Wheeler; devoted friends, Jackie, Joanne, Liz, Girlene, Cora and Pam; and a host of aunts, uncles, other cousins, relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, October 14, 2011, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME A memorial service for Mrs. Jessie Mae Sneed of Tampa, who passed away on Tuesday, October 4, 2011, will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses Palm River Congregation, 4802 17th, Ave. South, Tampa, 33619. Interment will be in the National Cemetery of Sarasota, Florida. Jessie was born January 6, 1933, in Sandersville, Georgia. On September 12, 1987, Jessie Mae symbolized her dedication to Jehovah God by water baptism. She attended The Kingdom Hall of J ehovah's Witnesses Palm River Congregation. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Robert and Precious Biggins; sister, Mary Sheppard; and brother, Cecil Biggins. She leaves to cherish her memories: her husband, Steve Sneed; children, Gail Biggins Jones and Sylvia Sneed Robinson; grandchildren, Tyronda Nelson (Gabriel), Tyrone Robinson, Jr. and Stacci Wilson (Jason); greatgrandchildren,Jahmiah Watson, Jacci Wilson and Kynder Wilson; brothers, RJ (Betty) Biggins, Eddie Lee (Ruth) Biggins, Robert Lee (Reatha Lee) Biggins and Ray (Beverly) Biggins; sisters, Irene Gray, Betty Bolden and Christine (Sammie) Poole; like daughters, Evelyn Wilson and Denise Diehl; special friends, Christine Harvis, Annie Lee Thompkins and Doris Donaldson; and a host of other nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The family and friends are asked to meet at The Kingdom Hall for the memorial service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Earth Has No Sorrow, That Heaven Cannot Heal. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 C? Fax: 813.251.491 2 MISS SHENIKA SHANTEL DAVIS In loving memory of Miss Shenika Shantel Davis, homegoing services will be held Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 1 p. m. at ReBirth Missionary Baptist Church, 1924 E. Comanche Avenue, Tampa, 33610, Dr. Zachery Hudson, pastor, Pastor Danny Osborne, the pastor of God'sSide Baptist Church, Tampa, officiating. Internient will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Shenika Shantel Davis was born in Tampa, on October 12, 1995 Shenika attended Belle Whitter Elementary School, Van Buren Middle School, Sligh Middle School and was a freshman at Middleton High School. Shenika was a straight A student, on the honor roll, and loved to read books. Shenika's desire was to defend our country by joining the Army after graduation. Her favorite color was blue and loved eating oodles and noodles and her favorite song by Justin Bieber was "Baby." Her friends described her personality as upbeat and friendly. She enjoyed watching wrestling and loved the movie saga 'Twilight.' Shenika was a member of the Rainbow for Girls. She is survived by: her mother, Denise Davis; her father, Andrew James Frazier; paternal grandmother, Bernice Jackson Frazier; maternal grandmother, Minnie Lee Davis; step-grandfather, Ronnie Copeland; three sisters, Jessica Denise Davis, Saalexiss Meyrna Davis and Salacce Cherria Davis; uncles, Kelly Bryant and wife, Catherine, Raymond Jackson and wife, Arlene, Sumpton Jackson, Walter Jackson, James Frazier, Michael Jackson and wife, Velvet, Steve Wilson, John Willingham, Ron Wilson and wife, Rita, and Dwayne Davis and wife, Wanda; aunts, Geneva Bryant, Annette Gambrell and husband, Reginald, Gloria Jackson, and Lorraine Davis and husband, Alan Noim; and numerous cousins. Visitation for Miss Shenika Shantel Davis will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, (813) 626-86oo. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p.m . Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday, at 12:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL MR. MELVIN ALLEN Mr. Melvin Allen of 1705 St. John Street, passed away on Saturday, October 8, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 4 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev . Ernest Coney, Sr., officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Melvin Allen was anative of Tampa and attended the schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Middleton Senior High School. He found Christ at an 0 early age. :D After high school, he served C in the U. S. Army for 3 years. l> Once discharged, he pursued a t:n career in warehouse distribu-m tion and retired from both Z Winn Dixie Stores, Inc. and :::::! Kash 'n Karry Food Stores, Inc., after a combined 42years r ofservice. m He was preceded in death C: by: his wife, Rut:Jt 'Punkin' Allen; daughter, Laconia 'Con-m nie' Palmer; parents, :::::! Theodore Allen, Sr. and Min-Z nieAllen; and siblings, Vernell "'tJ 'Bobby' Bexley, Joyce C: Kitt, Theodore Allen, Jr., and m Wilbert Allen. C He leaves to cherish his memories: two daughters, Di-. m anna (Anthony) AJlen-Quin, C and Alethia (Cluton) Perry; m son; Darrell (Belinda) Palmer; < four grandchildren, Darielle Palmer, Jade Palmer, Wayne < Quin, II and Brianna Allen--t Quin; sister, Alberta Parks; C: two stepchildren, Debra m (Paul) Sheehy and Ulysses (Tonia) Grady; four nieces, Pat > Bexley, Barbara Bexley Rance, < Cynthia (Lou) Sastre and Glo-l> ria Franklin; two nephews, Z Eugene Bexley and Larnell C Bexley; godson, Ernest "TT (Anika) Coney, Jr.; and a host :!:! of sorrowing relatives and C friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Ave. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com.

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,_r-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Funerals Michael Brooks of passed away Sunday, October 2, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Memorial Chapel, North Howard Avenue, Rev. Roy Young, Jr., offiI'""L ... 1,. Interment will follow Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Michael Brooks was August 31, 1965, to Leola and the late 0 Brooks, Sr. He at-0: tended the public schools of LL Hillsborough County, and was 0 a day laborer until the time of z his death. < He leaves to cherish his memory: son, Orenthal C Brooks of Tampa; grandson, en Braridon Brooks of Tampa; W mother, Leola Borders of ;:) fiancee, Sherry t-Brown of Tampa; sister, > Debra Griffen of Tampa; 2 ffi Theodore Brooks, > Jr. and Albert Brooks, both of W Tampa; nephew, AntWan C and Tiffany of W ; niece, Cynthia Brooks ::I: and a host of uncles Willie Brooks and D of Atlanta, GA, Samuel ;:, Willie Scott, Carnell fl. Scott, Rudolph Z Ivery and Jeannette i= Solomon, Bosie Solomon and W Angela, Michael Solomon and j Wanda Solomon, all of ;:, Tampa; and a host of cousins D and friends. < I 0 N w (!J The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard MRS. JOHNIE LEE HARRELSON Mrs. Johnie Lee Harrelson of 1908 West Chestnut Street, passed away on Sunday, October2, 2011. A homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Elder Robert Benn, Pastor of Hope of Shiloh Community Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Johnie Harrelson was born on August 8, 1922, in Boston, Georgia, to the late Anderson and Lillie Mae Allen. She was a resident of Tampa for 73 years. She retired from Tampa General Hospital after 10 years of service and also from Hillsborough County School Board as a food service assistant at Coleman Middle School. Mrs. Harrelson accepted Christ at an early age. She was preceded in death by: her husband, William Harrelson; 3 daughters, Ozie L. Barnes, Lundria D. Hayes and Lois F. Jenifer; a son, Willie Harrelson; and 3 sisters and 2 brothers. She leaves to cherish fond memories: her loving children, Joyce K. Burr, Chester Harrelson (Carolyn), Derrick Harrelson and Brenda Harrelson (Edward); grandchildren, Gwendolyn Lawton (Ted) of California, LeRoy Harrelson (Wanda), Patricia Ali (AI) of Arizona, Shaneen Burr, Treshena Harrelson, Krystal Barnes of Tallahassee, Yvette Maultsby (Thomas) of Deltona, Ayanna White (Joe), Yakima Barnes of Tallahassee, Ann Kisha Harrelson, Erica Harrelson, Ashley Lewis (Nathaniel), Marquis Harrelson and William Jenifer, Jr. of North Carolina; 26 great grandchildren and 3 great, great grandchildren; 2 loving sisters, Julia Bennett of New Jersey and Hattie Wise (John Sr.); son-in-law, William Jenifer, Sr. ofNorth Carolina; brothers-in-law, Ozell Tolbert and Doyle Austin; sister-inlaw, Sarah Allen; and a host of sorrowing nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and neighbors. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuMs. Nadine Harris of 1932 Spruce Street, passed away on Sunday, October 9, 2011. Flineral services will be conducted on Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Pastor T. D. Leonard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Ms. Harris was born in Sale City, Georgia, and was a resident of Tampa for over 40 years. Ms. Harris was a member of Mt. Tabor Missionary Bap-. tist Church, where she attended faithfully before her illness. Ms. Harris was preceded in death by: her grandmother and grandfather, Dosha and James Stewart, Sr. of Sale City, Georgia; her mother and father, Christine and Jimmie Crawford Warren; and her husband, Dave Thomas. She leaves to cherish her memory: 5 sons, Frederick Harris, Sr., Antonio Harris, Calvin Bolden, Dwayne Harris, and Lance Harris; 6 siblings, Jimmie Warren, Jr., Joseph Crawford, illysses Warren and Jamella Hayes, Jewel Burnett and Isaiah Moore, Tara Thomas and husband, Timothy Thomas, Theresa Crawford and fiance, Mark Gray; 13 aunts and unCles, Mary Stewart, Mary and Earl Lewis, Annie and Joel Tramel, Laurine and Virgil Jacobs, Ophelia and illysses Saffold, Columbus and Anita Warren, Olivia Warren and Wilma Warren; 15 grandchildren, Frederick, Jr., Franklin, Marcus, Alexander, Angel, Anjelise, Alexandria, Kim, Antonio-Malichi, Antonio, Antwan, Darius, Calvin, Jr., Elijah and Jameisha; her nieces and nephews, Jimmie Lee, Jasmine Crawford, Tiffany, Shalondra, Ebony, Valerie, Cheryl, Temika, Tyra, Darrian, Richard, Teara, Briana, Jasmine, Kayla and Bobby, Jr.; 9 great grandchildren, Franklin, Jr., Jordan, Eric, Maria, Marie, Jaheim, Alexis, Antonio and Calvin, III; and a host of sorrowing relatives and friends, the Stewart, Golden, Grant, Siplin, Lewis, Tramel, Stafford, Crawford, Warren, Keaton, Williams, James, Fussel, and Daniels families. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, October 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliarosfuneralhome.com. Mr. Quinton Paul Walker of 6919 Parkway Boulevard, Land 0 Lakes, FL, passed away Saturday, October 8, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Northside Missionary Baptist Church, with Reverend Jerome Griffin, officiating. Interment will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mr. Quinton Paul Walker was a native of Coffee County, Alabama,_and later became a permanent resident of Tampa. He attended Coffee County Schools and was a member of Evening Star Missionary Baptist Church, Tampa, Reverend Jerome Griffin, pastor. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Dora Mae Walker; son, Ocie Walker; parents, Walter and Ella Walker; brother, Walter James Walker; and sister, Rena Greene. He leaves to cherish his memory: sisters, Letha Crittenden, Liza Rachel Hunter, Sarah Hunter, and children:. Ella Couch, Enterprise, AL, Carolyn (Paul) Wilkerson, Enterprise, AL, Janie (Frank) Singleton, Tampa, Jimi (Ida) Walker, Tampa, Cuby (Sam) Wallace, Tampa, John (Judy) Walker, Ozark, AL, Mildred Martin, Tampa, Mary (Gus) Griffith, Tampa, Brenda (Isaac) Harvin, Tampa, Cathy Glenn, Tampa, Annie Walker, Tampa, and Willie Walker, Tampa; and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, family and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, October 14, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa, FL 33606. Arrangements Entrusted to Ray Williams Funeral Home, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneral-home.com. Now On-line Advertising Funeral service for Ms. Beatrice Lee "Bea" Dean of Tampa, who was called from her earthly cares and failing health, to her heavenly home in Glory on October 4, 2011, will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Thirty-Fourt.'t Street Church of God, 3000 N. 34th Street, Tampa, with the pastor, Rev. Dr . Thomas Scott, officiating. Interment will follow at Garden of Memories Cemetery. Ms. Dean leaves to mourn her passing: cousins, Annie Nora Jenkins (Calvin), Freddie Felder, Jr. (Cynthia), Robert Felder (Deborah) and Deborah Felder Williams; those who called her "mom", Judith Cohen (Ishmael), Diane Donaldson (Robert), Michael Donaldson (Samantha), Leighton Donaldson (April), Uton Donaldson (Nadege), and Shelley Pierre (Martin); longtime friends, Gloria Elliott, Evelyn "Babs" Brown, Diane Wright, Janice Edwards, Edgar and Vera Scriven, James and Gwen Hayes, and wiJ.Jie "May Stephens; Tuskegee Nursing School friends, Betty McCray, Mary Willis, Henrietta Fullard, Vivian Smith and Etta Flem.i.Dg; along with a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. Ms. Beatrice Lee Dean was born on January 2, 1944, in Tampa, to Ms. Annie Nora Dean and Mr. Robert Bivins, who both preceded her in death. She was educated in the Hillsborough County Public School System. She was a graduate of Middleton Senior High School. After graduation she attended Tuskegee InstitUte (University) in Tuskegee, Alabama, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. Ms. Dean was a Registered Nurse at Tampa General Hospital and later at James A. Haley V. A. Hospital from where she retired in 1996. She was a member of Iota Phi Lamda Sorority. Ms. Dean "Bea" was known for her big smile, her easy going manner, and her wonderful sense ofhumor. Rel atives, friends, co-workers, and patients always found themselves laughing at her coqtical way of expressing things. Although she had no biological children, because of her love and generosity she was called "mom' by those who loved her like a "mom." She accepted Christ at an early age at Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church. She later united with Thirty-Fourth Street Church of God under Rev. Dr. Thomas Scott. The remains will repose at Wilson Funeral Home on Friday, October 14, 2011, from 5-9 p. m. with the family receiving friends in the chapel from 6-7 p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com

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, Funerals/Memoriams MR. MONSCA LEE FOSTER, JR. Mr. Monsca Lee Foster, Jr. of Tampa, passed away at 10:30 a. m. on Wednesday, October 5, 2011. There will be viewing from 10 a. m. 12 noon with the service from 12 noon-1 p. m., Saturday, October 15, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Eunice Butts, 15th District Vice-Commander of American Legion, officiating. Interment will be made on Monday, October 17, 2011, at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL, at 11 a.m. Mr. Foster was born August 11, 1933, in Tampa. He was the son of Monsca Lee and Alice Foster, Sr. who preceded him in death, along with his sister, Audrey Williams. Monsca was educated in Hillsborough County Public Schools of Tampa. After graduation, he attended the University of South Florida. Monsca served his country for twenty years as a member of the United States Air Force. After retiring from the Air Force, he worked and retired from the Florida Department of Corrections. His hobbies were many. He was a fisherman, enjoyed writing poetry and enjoyed telling jokes. Mr. Foster served his community and was a member of various organizations which included: The American Legion Carmichael LeGree,. Post #167, Forty and Eight Voiture #199 Men Legionnaire Honor Society, Hillsboro Lodge #242 (Past High Priest), Joshua Chapter #32, Holy Royal Arch Mason, Roosevelt Foster Council #3, Royal and Select Master, Past Emirece Commander of Idaho Commandery #6, Knight Templars and Ancient Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. He leaves cherished memories with: his devoted wife, (Geri) Geraldine; son, Michael; 4 nieces; Jennifer Williams, Alicia Moore (Adoleon), Melanie Roux (special niece, thanks for all the help), and Jeannette Baity; 3 great nephews; sisterin-law, Marian Roux; and a host of other fainily and friends. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 11:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MR. VERNON ANDREW MYRICK, SR. Funeral service for Mr. Vernon Andrew Myrick, Sr., who passed away on October 7, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia, after a long battle with cancer, will be held Saturday, October 15, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, with Pastor Saundra Howard, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Myrick is survived by: his daughter, Yesha Myrick Pittman; sons, Vernon A. Myrick, II, and Zaki Myrick; daughters J ahde "Jazz" Myrick and Milan Myrick; granddaughters, Ariel and Azia Pittman; grandson, Derrick "DJ" Pittman, Jr.; brothers, Willie Jones and Johnny Jones; sister, Cynthia Donnell and husband, Daryl Donnell; brothers, Ronald Myrick, Robert Wilson, Jr. and Warren Wilson; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends. Mr. Myrick was born in Tampa, and moved to Atlanta, Georgia, in 1992, with the prospects of a bright future. He worked many years with the City of Atlanta before starting his own financial consulting firm, Quest Consultants International. He was a world traveler and a music enthusiast. His life was devoted to Jesus, his children and his siblings. His motivation for achieving new heights and his immense love for his family made him a blessing to all those who knew' him. The remains will repose at Wilson Funeral Home on Friday, October 14, 2011 from 5-9 p. m. with the family receiving friends from 7-8 p. m. in the chapel. Friends are asked to assemble at the funeral home at approximately 1:45 p. m. Saturday. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made for the future education of his three minor children to: Vernon "Andrew" Myrick, II, P. 0. Box 421242, Atlanta, Georgia 30342. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com TAMMY JONES Oct. 19, 1968 -201 0 Gone, but not forgotten. We love and miss you dearly. Your mom, sisters, brothers and family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM CORYELL D. PARKER You are truly missed by so many family and friends.Weloveyou! BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BULLET Sunrise: October 19, 1985 Sunset: October 19, 2007 Happy birthday, Bullet. It has been four long years since you have been gone. You will forever be missed. Love, family and friends. FUNERAL CRISIS PRICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, Florida 33610 MR. JOSEPH FELLS Strong Man, happy 51St birthday to my only daddy. Time has flown by and you are getting younger as the year goes by. You were swagged out when you were around. You put the 's' in swag. So, on this day, your daughter wants to say, happy birthday. Love, from daughter, Valencia; and grandchildren, Ky'Ziah, Van'Nyah, Ter'Quyanna, Wil'Yette and Wil'Nyah. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM LORENZO B. CALHOUN September 20 Remembering you on your 66th birthday. From, the fainily. IN MEMORIAM SANDRA HARRISON 11/28/1964-10/14/2005 It has been six years since God called you home. A touch to the wound that never heals, as the years pass on, the more we feel. Love you always, your mother, Sarah and family. IN MEMORIAM WILLIE B. HENDERSON We still miss you. The Henderson fainily. IN MEMORIAM MYRA PRINGLE MITCHELL 8/8/1966 -10/13/2010 It's been a year since the Lord called you home, but it still feels like yesterday. We love you and miss. you so much. Love, your children, Myronica, Antione, Jamar and Ronard, grandchildren and family. 0 d m m JJ C> m 1\) .... I )>

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-Cards of Thanks Crime CARD OF THANKS w m 0 1-(.) Domestic Shooting leads To Police Shooting suspect 0 >"' w c w ::I: (I) ::i m ;:) 0.. z i= w -1 -1 ;:) m -1 w z i= z w en ress many thanks to each and every one who shown acts of kindness during our bereavement. A special thanks to: Pastor Leonard and Mt. Tabor family. Continue to pray for BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Two Hillsborough County deputies shot a suspect Tues day night after locating the man who was a suspect in a domestic shooting. According to police, around 8:30 Tuesday night, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office received a 9-1-1 call in reference to a shooting. Deputies responded to 9203 113th Avenue in Thono tosassa, and discovered that 51-year-old Stuart McKenzie Stephens suffered a gun shot to the chest. He was taken to Tampa General Hospital with life-threatening injuries During the investigation, police learned that Stephens LENNOX LOWERY ... Recovering after being shot by police and 53-year-old Lennox Lowery had been involved in a domestic argument. The men have known each other for about five years and Lowery our family. Shell and Hunter family : CARD OF THANKS local law Enforcement Continues Arrests On 'Drop' Scam FREDDIE LEE HALL The family of Freddie Lee Hall would like to thank: Reverend W. D. Sims, Floyd .Joy Rivers, Minister Pauline Williams, United military, family and friends. The family would also like to thank: Wilson Funeral Home staff for your prayers, words of comfort, acts ofkindness, cards and eXpression of sympathy during our time of bereavement. Love, the Hall family. BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer It may appear that local law enforcement has stopped making arrests in the "Drop S ca m cases, but nothing could be further from the truth. Tampa Police spokesperson, Janelle McGregor, said these are very complex investigations, and they are working closely with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the U.S. Secret service so that the individuals committing these crimes can be investigated on a federal level. "Just because an individ ual is arrested on state charges doesn' t mean they've escaped federal prt;>sectition, which can be a lengthy process. We have a full-time task force made up of local and federal law enforcement offi cers that are still intercepting Greendot cards and building new cases. Anyone who thinks Isn't life beautiful? We want you to enjoy it for as long as you can. Did you know it is recommended that for most women, high quality mammography screening should begin at age 40? As risk factors vary in everyone, each woman and her doctor should discuss the plan that's right for her. Most organizations recommend screening every one to two years, some recommend it take place every year. Why not make your appointment today? HOME 3000 N. 29th St. Tampa, Fl33605 (800) 605-3350. (813) 248-6125 www.wilson-funeralhome.com they can continue to get away with these tax scams is foolish "Some people think because they've bonded out on the local charges, they have seen the last of any prosecu tion. Tampa Police Detective, Sal Augeri, who is part of a task force consisting of federal and local law enforcement of ficials said in some cases the IRS has failed to stop the flow of hundreds of millions of dol lars jn fraudulent tax refunds, even after they've been told by local law enforcement. "If there's a refund check going to Florida there should be a red flag to scrutinize it," Augeri said. "If it's coming to Tampa, that should be even more of a red flag. There is some frustration by local authorities because of a lack of cooperation from the IRS, and their lack of sharing tax information with detec tives who 'need the data to in vestigate fraud. The Women of Wilson Funeral Home October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month is the former boyfriend of Stephens' girlfriend, police said. Following the shooting, Lowery fled the scene. A short time later, Lowery's ve hicle was found by police at 7508 Huntley Avenue, at the home of Lowery's friend. Several deputies responded to the Huntley address and Lowery was located in the back yard hiding under a blue tarp. Dep. Larry McKinnon, spokesman for the Sheriffs Office said Lowery was ordered by a K-9 deputy to come out from under the tarp. Lowery emerged, armed with a handgun, Dep. McKinnon said. "He was told several times to drop thegun, but he ignored the orders He then turned toward Cpl. Anthony Miller, who was dressed in his full uniform. Cpl. Miller and Deputy Matthew Laslo both fired their weapons," Dep. McKinnon said. Lowery was hit by gunfire three times and was taken to Tampa General Hospital in se rious condition. He was struck in the left knee, right hand, and left ear, police said. Lowery was booked re motely from the hospital. Both men are expected to recover, police said. Both deputies involved in the shooting have been placed on administrative leave, in keeping with the sheriffs Of fice policy, pending the out come of the investigation. lox Results land Suspect In Jail Tampa Police report that after an accident on September 4 2011, Desmond Smith, 25, was originally charged with aggravated flee ing or eluding, and driving with a suspended license. He received a citation for running the top sign, ar{d additional charges were pending a blood analysis. On September 4th an officer attempted a traffic stop at Hillsborough Avenue and 43rd Street on a silver Ford Expedition. The vehicle slowed as if it was going to stop, but made aU-turn, and fled from the officer. The officer reportedly deactivated his emergency lights and radioed a description of the vehicle to his dispatch personnel. Another officer was travel ing on Hanna searching for the vehicle when it ran a stop sign, causing the police cruiser to hit it in the side (t-boned). The Expedition flipped and the police cruiser slid into a parked vehicle. Tampa Fire Rescue arrived and used the Jaws of Life to remove the of ficer from his cruiser. He was hospitalized in stable, but serious condition. Smith and his two passengers were also transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) analyzed Smith's blood taken four hours after the crash, and it was determined marijuana in his system exceeded levels of impairment the time of the crash. A warrant was issued and Smith was arrested Tuesday evening on charges of Dill with senous injury, reckless driving with serious injury, DW with property' damage and reckless driving .. According to officers when they arrived at. Smith's home, he tried to escape out of the back door. 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Crimes Man Found Guiltv In Triple Murder BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Saturday, a jury convicted a 20-year-old Kissimmee man in a triple murder that took place in December 2009, in Brandon. The jury took four hours to reach their decision Prentiss Jackson, of Kissimmee, was arrested in coimection with the deaths of Vincent Thomas, Tony Black, (both 22), and 21-year-old Rafael G. Guadalupe. A warrant was issued for Jackson and he was arrested in Osceola County on January 4, 2010. He was booked into the Hillsborough County Jail three days later. Hillsborough County Judge J.D. Ba.ttles was the tria). judge. Jackson was convicted of 2 counts of second degree murder with a firearm and attempted second degree murder. who is facing up to life in prison, will be sentenced on December 2nd The triple murder took place in December 29, 2009, at 507 Oakwood Avenue, in the backyard of Thomas' home. Shots rang out shortly after midnight at the residence. Deputies discovered three men dead and one man who had been beaten when they arrived. According to police, the sus pects approached the victims in the backyard and a confrontation took place. Thomas and Black were shot to death and Guadalupe was stabbed to death. A fourth person, Ralph Murdered Arroyo, 21, had been beaten and approached deputies responding to the scene. He survived. After the attack, the men fled in a vehicle, which was later recovered outside of Orlando. Police also identified 21-year-old, Esteban Merehan, also of Kissimmee, as a second man in connection with the triple murder. Merchan was located in York County, Pennsylvania, .on January 11, 2010, and arrested by a SWAT n!am. He was transported back to Hillsqorough County and booked into the jail on January 25, 2010, and held without bond. His trial is slat ed for February 2012 . Merchan has been indicted on three counts of premeditated first-degree murder and one count of attempt ed first-degree murder At the time of his death, Thomas was a recently hired Hillsborough County School District driver and transported to Armwood High School. Black was a gospel rapper at the time of his death. Police Investigate Convenience Store Shooting Tampa Police detectives need witnesses in the shooing investigation of an East Tampa store clerk. At 3:12pm. Wednesday, police said the owner of Sam's Food Mart, 4215 15th Street, walked into his store and found his clerk and sister-in law, Marilyn Tejada, 53, on the floor. She had sustained a gunshot wound to her upper body, and was hospitalized in critical condition. Police said there was no sur veillance equipment operat ing during the offense, and detectives. are working to develop a suspect description and determine the motive of the shooting. Anyone with information This was the scene outside Sam's Food Mart Wednesday after the store clerk was found shot . about the incident is asked to call police at (813) 231-6130, and Crime Stoppers is offer ing a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the identification and arrest of the unknown suspect responsible for the shooting. ., c Man Faces lite On Drug Trani eking, Monev laundering Charges 0 0 a m m ::c On Tuesday, a 34-year-old Tampa man entered a guilty plea to charges of drug traf ficking and money laundering. He could receive a sen tence of life in prison. According to the U. S. Attorney's Office, Jabulani Bendar Seay admitted to knowingly and willfully con spiring to distribute and. possess with the intent to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana. He also admitted to conspiring to launder the drug pro ceeds. Seay was allegedly a know ing and willing participant in a nationwide drug trafficking and money laundering organization (DTO), which is based in California. DTO reportedly shipped the drugs from California to locations throughout the United States via Federal Express (FedEx), United Parcel Service (UPS), and the United States Postal Service (USPS). The drugs were also hidden inside automobiles placed on car-haulers and shipped to Florida. Seay received the packages at various times, distp.buted them, and then arranged for the money to be returned to California, police said He is also accused of distributing the cocaine to JABlJLA+'il BENDAR SEAY lower-level drug distributors ip. Tampa, St. Petersburg, and other cities. The distributors would later provide Seay with the proceeds. The ;!! proceeds were returned to 0 California in forms ::C including money couriers, wire transfers, and bank deposits. Police said co-conspirators would use drug proceeds deposited into various bank accounts by DTO members to purchase items such as air line tickets, rental cars, and hotel rooms. The DTO members would conduct drug trafficking and money laundering activities in the hotel rooms. Seay also faces 20 years in federal prison on the money laundering charges. A sentencing date has' not been determined. en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z Man Charged With Trvinu To Ram Police Cruiser Early Tuesday, Tampa Police arrested a 19-year-old man for allegedly trying to ram a police cruiser with his car. Police said Daniel Neal, 19, used his Dodge Sedan to attempt to ram a parked police cruiser and flee, caus ing a second officer to drive into a ditch. A pursuit was initiated just after 3 a. m. The incident began when an officer in the. area of Hillsborough Avenue and 40th Street tried to pull Neal over for a traffic stop. During the pursuit, police said Neal pulled into a dead end street and an officer used his cruiser to box him in. But, Neal allegedly tried to ram the cruiser, and the offi cer went into a ditch to avoid a collision. DANIEL NEAL Another police cruiser joined the pursuit, and Neal's car spun out. He was arrested and cP.arged with fleeing police, reckless driving and aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer. He was released from jail after posting the $15,250 bond. UNCLE SANDY ... When you are humble 2 5, 7, 11 and give from the heart, 14, 18, 22, 25 you will be rewarded 29, 33, 38, 40 N (,) with grace and respect 44 48, 50, 55 )>

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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY ,OCTOBER14,2011 B The Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc. hosted their 19th Annual Celebration on Tuesday, September 27th at 11:30 a .m. The event was held at the Hyatt Regenc y 211 N. Tampa Street, in downtown Tampa. The guest speaker for the event was Ms. Melva McKay Bass, Senior Vice President/Member Service Operations of Suncoast Federal Credit Union. (Photography by BRUNSON). MAYOR BOB BUCKHORN MARY MULHERN City Council Vice Chairperson DR. SAMUEL WRIGHT Student Ombudsman, Adjunct Professor, USF GLORIA W. DAVIS KATHY CASTOR U. S. Congresswoman FRANK REDDICK City Councilman, District 5 MS. ALISON HEWITT HART Chairman of the Boar d RUBIN PADGETT In attendance at the 19th Annual CDC Luncheon were :CDC Board member,Charles Young, Jr. Ernest Coney, Jr., Interim CEO of the CDC of Tampa, Inc., CDC Board Chair, Ms. Heddie Sumpter, news anchor, Ms. Deiah Riley M.C., Mrs. Chloe Coney, founder of the CDC of Tampa, lnc., Ms. Melva McKay Bass, guest speaker, and Eric Page. Rev. Ernest Coney, Sr., left, and Fred Hearns attended the luncheon. KRYS PATTERSON Jeannette and James Vann were among the luncheon attendees. Sandy Wilds, Bernadette James, and Denise James attended the Annual CDC 1 ............. .... .... Monty Sampson, Ms. Nikki Capehart, of the Office of U. S. Congresswoman Kathy Castor, and Ms. Toni Boyd attended the luncheon. Kailey Jenkins, Kai Jenkins, Katrya Watkins, Shelby Coney, Anika Coney, and Joyce McKenzie attended the luncheon. Some of those attending the CDC Luncheon included: (seated) Eunice Butts, Grace Jones, and Erika Rivera. Standing are Sonja Ryans, Troy Truvillion, Ed Gant, and Capri TruvillionGant. Max Oligario, Ralph Smith, Walter Walker, and Michael Dove attended the luncheon.

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Local a: w m 0 0 >= < c a: LL. c a: LL. c z < c en w ;:::) t-fi: w > w c w l: en ::i m ;:::) a. z ti ..I ..I ;:::) m ..I w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..I LL. Coach To Open Modeling School BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter For six years, Darryl Wilborn has been involved in the fashion business. Wilborn is the head basket ball coach at Jefferson High School, and in the past he gained popularity through basketball camps he oper ated during the summer that featured top athletes. Wilborn is in the process of opening a model ing school in East Tampa, called Wilborn's Fashion and Dance. school will open for girls and young ladies, ages 7 to 16 years old," said Wilborn. "After attending a lot of shows, I decided this would be something beneficial to the people, and they wanted to know why there wasn't an affordable modeling agency for young girls and ladies." Among the models at Wilborn's Fashion and Dance is Mikayla Wilson. Wilborn has Ms. Makayla Wilson working with him as an instructor. They will teach everything about modeling and they will also give pointers on public speaking. "I also manage a local fashion group, Divine Divas, for young ladies 17 and older," said Wilborn. "They have performed for several events in Tampa and I hope students from the modeling school will some day be a part of the Divine Divas. I'll call them the Young Divas." The Studio is located at 2907 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. This Saturday, October 151h, an open house will be held from 1 p. m. until5 p. m. Tile com munity is urged to come out and view the studio and reg ister for November classes. Also, many of the profes sional models will be on hand for a rehearsal. "The young ladies who attend my school will have a distinct advantage over other schools; because they will get a chance to perform in real shows in front of live audi ences," said Wilborn. For more information, call (813) 562-6089. dA Head Start Awareness Month t1J JVung Minds Need A Head Start 0Jr Join the Hillsborough County Head Start/Early Head Start Program in Celebrating October as Head Start Awareness Month. For more information, contact Laura Rice at (813) 272-5140 ext. 3106. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Tampa Woman Operates Adult Familv Care Home And Training Center BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter In March, 2007, Von Stephens-Oatman retired after serving 30 years as an insurance trainer. Prior to her retirement, Ms. StephensOatman applied to operate an adult family care home. "Before you can be li censed you have to go through a thorough training process. Once you've com pleted the training you're ready to get started." Ms. Stephens-Oatman operates Independent Care of Florida, an adult family care home and training center. "I have 4 mentally/physi cally challenged people living in my home now. They all attend an adult day program and that allows me to train one person a month for 2 days. "I've trained people from all over the state. Included in the training sessions is knowledge about the Florida Statutes, Administrative Codes, and how to care for the clients. You also need to have knowledge of outside agency services." Ms. Stephens-Oatman started training 5 years ago; she's also on the board of the Florida Assisted Living Asso ciation. "As a member of that board, I get to voice my opin ions in Tallahassee, and speak with elected officials about the adult care industry." Ms. Stephens-Oatman said her first experience as a caregiver was when she brought her mother from Cleveland to live with her. "I heard about assisted liv ing and looked into it. I felt adult family care was better suited for what I wanted to do, because it's more personal and hands-on. I also have a strong church background and that's helps me tremen dously." Stephens-Oatman VON STEPHENS-OATMAN works with what she de scribes as a short term and long term staff, mostly con sisting of her sister and son. "I think this is a re warding program, because the clients I serve would be institutionali:z;ed if it weren't for care facilities like this. They fare better in a home like environment. They blend right into the family of the fa cility caretakers. "There are 56 adult ciue centers .in Hillsborough County, and no one knows much about them. Also, this type of facility gives people looking for employment an opportunity to learn a different career in a field they haven't been exposed to." Ms. Stephens-Oatman said students must be 21 and over to be licensed and therelief staff has to be at least 18, the same as residents of the homes. "The majority of people who reside in adult care cen ters are veterans, pregnant women, 18 year olds who have aged out of foster care, mentally/physically chal lenged people, people with HIV I AIDS, seniors and sen ior couples. "I want people to come to the training classes who have a passion for caring and a family oriented personality." Anyone interested in this training should call (813) 655-6321.

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Hauuv Binhdav, Daddv JUR'NEE and JALEN Happy birthday to the best daddy in the world: From, Jur'Nee and Jalen. Hauuv Binhdav ClARA, BEBE, QUAN, TONI And NELLY Happy birthday goes out to my friends, Toni and BeBe. I'm y'alls girl and you're my girls, we all girls. Don't y'all know that I love you? Enjoy your day. Hauuv Binhdav NELLY, TONI And DOMINIQUE Happy birthday goes out to our friends, Toni and BeBe. From the Playas. JANICE And JAY It's your soth birthday my Queen. Happy birthday Love you, Jay. JANICE To the love of my life, happy soth birthday. Love you. Your #1 son and TT and grandkids. Shining Star TONI Happy birthday to lovely ol' me. From, me, cause without "me there will be no "me. Not only was 1 star born on this day, shout out to 1 of my far stars, Queen B. Check Us Out On Face book AYANA (YA YA) JONES Happy birthday goes out to our little cupcake princess, Ayana, who will be celebrating her 1st birthday on 10-15-11 at Gymboree with family and friends. The proud parents are David and Raquel; grandparents, Cassandra and Santiago, and Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Jones. ALEXANDRIA and TERRENCE SMILEY Happy belated birthday, Mrs. Smiley. I love you, always and forever. Love, Terrence Smiley. 0 Evervdav A Star Is Bornl-m z :j JAYLAAnd MALIK z m r-ID c: r rm :j z "'tJ c: m < m ::D Happy 6th birthday! We < loveyou! c! Proud mommie, Maletha. m en c __ ____, BEBE And BREEZV BEBE.And BREEZ The critics tried to stop us, but we shook life!! Happy birthday, B. z c ::!:! c C) m m

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LIFE HOOD BARBIE 10/15 I HIPPV Birlhdav I I HIPPV Binhdav I RENITAAndDUKE To my brother, a.k.a., Wide9, with his little sis, Renita, Happy birthday, 10/11. Love you, bro! Goyam. PHATZ Give me all the time in the world and I quote, give me 100 years, but I won't be broke.' Papi loves you Mami. Happy birthday From, your husband, Streetz. We like To Partv BEBE And TONI Y'all some bad girls and your friends are bad too. You've got swag and you're dripping "swag -goo. Come help celebrate Oct 17th at the Manilla 's Toni and BeBe's birthday. It's an all white "d iamond a nd pearls' party! MR. WILLIAMS It's been six long years and we're still going. Happy anniver sary, baby. Love, wifey PiiATZAnd STREETZ Today, we exchange prom ises, tonight we pray they're kept, in the morning we wake to face tomorrow, anticipation on each breath. Some say love is overrated, hard to find and quick to change, and even I believed this truth until the day you came. Happy birthday to my ruby, RedPhatz. From, your husband, your world, your blood, your Streetz. LOVELY MOTHER OF '2' Happy birthday, mommy. Your two pack loves you, 02 and Woop, that is. Star Plavas Legend "TT r o 0 en m z ::t z m r m c: r r m ::t z "tJ c: m r c;; :::r:: m c m < m ::rJ < -1 c: m en c ?< DOMINIQUE, TONI, SHAW ANNA And BEBE z 0 Happy birthday to my bestie and my favorite red bone, "TT (BeBe). You girls enjoy your day. From, 1 star to 2 others. C ?< I love Mv Besue Happy birthday to my always and forever / bestie, lovely (phat) friend. "Love you lots enjoy." C). m TONI Y' m

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Local New Salem M. B. Hosts Cancer Awareness Dav a 0 Ill October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Many organizations around the world have had events and others are planning events to promote Cancer awareness m and to recognize Cancer survivors. New Salem M. B. Church, Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons, pastor honored members of its congregation who are Cancer survivors re-:::tl cently, by hosting a Cancer Awareness and Survivor Day at the church. The Planning Committee met to finalize plans. Rev. Dr. Henry Lyons with Deacon Scott Harvey after the Planning Com-Deacons John Haggins and Samuel Gaithers attended the Planning meet-mittee Meeting. ing. Stephanie Harvey was on hand for the meeting. Deacon Wilbert Jackson and Deacon Gene Welch attended the meeting. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT ]:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9:30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP-11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM -Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible DR. C. T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a.m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 7:30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 progress Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor's Office : (813) 672-0389 Academy Office : (813) 677-5988 Fax : (813) 672-0514 E-Mall : lbcopv@tampabay rr com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 7 :30AM. & 10:55 A.M. fl:ll:llfiiiHIIfJ Sunday-9 :45AM. -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 A.M.-Adult Wednesday7 P M -Youth/ Children 7:30P.M Adult A Satellite Campus For F aith B ible lnstiMe "Growing The ChlXCh For Global Change" (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) GRACE MARY. MISSIONARY UN_ITY M.B. CHURCH BAPI1ST CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 3901 N. 37th St (813) 248-3779 (813) 248-5955 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship8 A.M. Sunday School-9:30 A.M. Morning Worship -10 :50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P .M. THE PUBUC IS INVITED HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED New Testament M. B. Church Of Tbonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30A M Sun. Morning Worship 11 A.M. Wed. Night: Youth Praye r Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service And Bible Study "Saving The Sinners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 N 0 ...... ...... ., r-0 c )> en m z ::! z m r-Ill c: r r-!!l z "'D c: Ill r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ., c

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.,... .,... We pray that you will have uncle, Mr. Moses Reid. F.Y.J NUCP Political Action Chair To Speak At Communitv Meeting .,... a: w m (.) 0 Q a: I.L October Birthdays Happy birthday wishes are sent to Mr. Emanuel P. Johnson, longtime resident of Progress Village. He celebrated his 90th birthday, October 14, 2011, with family and friends. We wish you many more. Happy birthday to the Oc tober celebrants: Sylvia Royal, Anthony Parker, Linda Barr, Gail Ruff, Kaiser Pierce, Gabriel Britt, Darrell C. London, Sr., Mark Lise, Vanessa Royster, Elaine Livingston, Sherelle Jackson, Christopher Livingston, Min. Aaron Lewis, Adaija Curtis, Adrienne Travis, Albert Wilcox, Alphonso Pollonais, Angela Strick-land, Anita Berrien, Anne Thomas, Annette I.L Allen, Anthony Gamble, C Anthony Johnson, :i Aritha Scott, Athen Hart, Benjamin Pullen, c Brihana Kelly, Brenda 0 Rivers, Brittany Green, Bryan Hall, Caire t-Barnes, Dea. Calvin > a: Thornton, Cameran Fleining, Jr., Catherine w Grant, Cathy Galloway, C Cerrell A. Brown, Charlie Connally, Christy 0 Miller, Cindy. Glenn, ::J-m Clarence Hammock, Clifford Brown, Jr., Daijah Jones, Danny L. Jackson, Darion Greene, Daryl Richards, Dion Wren, Donna Cook, Donna Dawson, Dorian Moore, Dorothy Horton, Dorothy Rudison, Druecilla Ellis, Errol Bishop, George Miller, Ida Walker, Jacob Budden, Jada Russell, Jacquelyn B. Brown, Dea. Jaffice Donaldson, James (Bernard) Fleming and Jimi Walker. Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday to Mr. Clarence Vickers. This wish comes from his family, church members and other friends. We do wish you many more wonderful years! A loving belated birthday wish to Sharon "Cookie" Doby of Progress Village, who celebrated her birthday on Wednesday, Oct. 5th, at home with family and friends. We wish her lots of love and many, many more birthdays. A special shout out to Ms. Prudence Reeves of West Tampa, who recently celebrated a birtl;lday on Oct. -13th, with family and friends. many, many more. May each of you seek the Happy birthday to Mr_ Lord for comfort, guidance Billie Doby of Savannah, and strength during this GA. From, his sister, time of bereavement. Tiffany Doby of Progress Village. Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Johnson celebrated their 2nd anniversary on October 9,. 2011. Wishing them many more years. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us keep the sick and shut-ins in our daily prayers. Let's put God first in our lives! The Philon house hold, Dea. Eli Rodgers_ and family, Bro. William Johnson, Sis. Elaine Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Mildred) Hanna, Mrs. Mary Baldwin, Mrs. Eloise Leeks, Mrs. Phyllis Akes, Mr. Roy McCoy, Mrs. Marie Benson, Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr., Mrs. Mozelle Debose,Mrs.BerylWilson and Mrs. Mary Lucille Turner. Condolences We extend condolences to the family of a former Vil lager, Mrs. Annie Will "Bubba" Upshaw, who was funeralized Saturday at Covenant M. B. Church. Our sympathy is sent to Sis. Mary Alice Reid and family, due to the loss of her F. Y. I. Progress Village Civic Council meeting will be held Monday, October 17th at 7 p. m. at the Recreation Center. Macedonia _M. B. Church News God is good all the time ... The pastor and congregation were happy to see Sis. Lucille Moore and Sis. Lula Bell Tucker in Worship Service. We pray their health gets stronger day-by-day. Thought For Today. "Outside show is a poor substitute for inner worth ." F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 741-9760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. Let's also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our country. Let's pray for the home less and the people far and near, that are less fortunate than weare. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at her NEW number (813) 7357968. YVEITE LEWIS SAMUEL MOBLEY -NAACP Political Action Chair, Yvette Lewis, will be the guest speaker at the Eastern Heights Crime Watch meeting. The meeting is Oct. 20, 2011 at 6:30 p. m. Ms. Lewis said the topic will be, 'Taking My Commu nity Back. I will be focusing on a strategic plan for voter registration throughout our community." "Among the topics I'll be covering will be the voter rights bill, how to register someone to vote, my com munity, my precinct, my voter registration drives, and tee-shirts." The meeting will be held at 4663 East Osborne Avenue at the Williams Park Center. Eastern Heights Neigh borhood Association and Crime Watch President, Samuel L. Mobley, Sr., said it is up to us to inform our community. .. 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Local women's oav At New St Manhew M. B. Church Women s Day 2011 at New St. Matthew M. B. Church was held September 25th. The theme was "Christian Women Working Together To Exalt the Word of God, Committed to Christ in Unity; Prayerful, Powerful, Standing in the Gap for the Lord."Philippians 2:1-2. Progr-am participants were: Authentic Praise, Nancy Fitzpatrick, Judy Williams, Michelle Bowers, Pastor Carolyn Riggins, Mass Choir, Greeter's Ministry, Sisters of Bethany Tabernacle, Linda Shumate, Dorothy Page, Minister Warneice Johnson (guest speaker) arid closing remarks by Pastc>r Alec F . Hall. Ola Mitchell and Vernell Barnum were chairpersons. (Photos Courtesy of Kenny Anderson) Pastor Alec F. Hall talks with a new joiner, Angela Williams. Tb,e speaker for Women's Day was Minister Warneice Johnson. First Lady Yvette Hallenjoying the service. Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr. Pastor Th.eme: Greater Involvement-Greater Commitment To Make A Difference For Jesus Christ Scripture: "For we are labourers together with God" 1 Corinthians 3:9a Colors: Black And Red The Widow Women of Leisure were guests of New. St. Matthew member, Mrs. Bertha Edwards. Members seated left to right: Bertha Edwards, Mamie Floyd, Mary Allen, and Annette Archer, Acpvity Chairman. Standing: Rosa Lee Douglas, Vice President; Minnie Langston, Marolyn Martin and Geneva Jenkins. Members not present, Rhodenia Quick, President, and Ethel Scott.

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Recipes a: w m Familv Pizza Night Done Right (.) o From Tonia Turner c a: LL c a: LL c z w c w :::z::: en ::::J m :::l a.. z j::: w ..J ..J :::l m ..J w z j::: z w en a: 0 ..J LL m I 0 ,.... Forget about pizza delivery make your own fresh and flavorful creations for a fantastic family pizza night, done just right. Make sure you have a variety of top pings, including different cheeses, meats and of course vegetables. Now, give everyone a section of the pizza to create their very own pizzaria masterpiece. Fish* Crabs* Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Live Blue Crabs 3608 N. 1 Sth (CornerOflake) 813.24 7 . Eggs, Bacon Or Sausage Toast or Biscuit; DeRcious Fish And The World'S Tenclerast Gizzards, Sh 5 Kinds Of mnp, 4-Suuare Familv Pizza Crust Cornmeal, if desired 1 can (13.8 oz) refrigerated pizza crust 2 teaspoons olive oil 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese (2 oz) 11/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese (6 oz) BBQ Chicken Pizza Square 1 tablespoon chopped red onion 1/2 cup refrigerated honey hickory barbecue sauce wiUt shredded chicken, large pieces cut up Maruherita Pizza Square 1 tablespoon shredded fresh Parmesan cheese 4 to 5 (1/ 4-inch-thick) sliced tomatos 1 tablespoon thin fresh basil strips. Hawaiian Pizza Square 2 tablespoons pizza sauce 2 slices Canadian bacon, quartered 1/4 cup pineapple tidbits, well drained (from 8-oz can) Pepperoni Pizza Square 2 tablespoons pizza sauce 8 to 10 slices. pepperoni (from 3.5-oz package) DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 425F. Spray cookie sheet with cooking spray; sprinkle with cornmeal. Unroll dough ; place on cookie sheet. Start ing at center, press out dough into 14x12-inch rectangle. Brush dough with olive oil. Bake 6 to 8 mirmtes. Cheddar cheese in the shape of a "plus sign" on crust, dividing the crust into four squares. Top each squq.re with 1 of the 4 variations listed above to make 4 different squares. Top entire pizza with mozzarella cheese. Bak e 10 to 13 minutes longer or until crust is deep golden brown and che e s e i s m e lt e d and bubbl y Cut pizza into 4 squares; cut each square into 4 s quar es to m a ke a total of 16 squares.

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es 1 tablespoon butter Breakfast Pizza 1/4 cup chopped onion 1/4 cup chopped green pepper 1/4 cup chopped Canadian bacon 1 (12-inch) prepared pizza crust 8 eggs, beaten 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 3/4 cup Pace Picante sauce 2 ounces shredded Cheddar cheese (about 1/2 cup) 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro leaves DIRECTIONS: Heat oven to 400F. Heat butter in a 10-inch skillet over medium heat. Add onion, pepper and bacon, and cook until vegetables are tender. Place pizza crust onto a pizza pan or baking sheet. Place in oven to warm. Stir eggs and black pepper into skillet. Cook and stir until eggs are set. Spoon egg mixture onto pizza crust Top with pi cante sauce. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake for 5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Sprinkle with cilantro. Cut pizza into 6 slices. Shrimp Pizza 3 cloves garlic, finely minced 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons fresh rosemary leaves 1large ready-to-eat pizza crust 1/3 cup shredded organic parmesan cheese 12 ounces (3 cups) Organic shredded mozzarella cheese 1/2 pound uncooked medium shrimp, cleaned, shelled and deveined 5 yellow pepper rings 5 green bell pepper rings 7 slices fresh tomato 2 tablespoons fresh basil, cut into thin strips DIRECTIONS: Preheat over to 450F. In skillet, saute minced garlic in olive oil 2 to 3 minutes. Add rosemary and saute another minute or two. Brush olive oil mixture over pizza crust. Cover with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese, followed by a layer of moz zarella cheese. Top with prepared shrimp, pepper rings and tomato slices. Sprinkle fresh basil strips over pizza. Bake 10 minutes, until cheese is bubbly and shrimp are cooked. -. publisK our huridreds of sales items in the "" .., .. ---''::; '<;f.. -, . -:N;' _,. ,'> y so yoll can take of all our special offers. ot, .... ;.. ):.-..: ,... ,_.-, -.. ... . '\ >"' -. '"< ..:\)i :><--$'Y point out the deals and your register receipt will tally up your savings for A ,, .;-. ..;' Go to publix.com/save right now to make plans to save this _:':' 0 0 d m m ::z:J ..... ..... I m

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E Health N Protect Your Heart a: w m u 0 a: u.. People who get flu shots by mid-November (official flu season) are 21% less likely to suffer a heart attack. By dodging the flu, you skip other complications such as pneumonia and respiratory infection that can increase the risk of heart problems! For additional heart benefits -bring on the tomatoes. Eating one heaping cup of tomatoes daily helps to lower your risk of develop ing damaging inflammation in your arteries and tissues by40%. Omega-3 People with stents in their heart arteries can benefit from c Omega-3 fatty' acids, when taken with blood-thinning drugs. ii: By combining the two, you may reduce the risk of heart atu.. tacks because there is less oxidative stress and they produced blood clots that were easier to disrupt. w c w ::J: en :J m ::::;) c. z j: w ..J ..J ::::;) m ..J w z j: z w en a: 0 ..J u.. m I N ,.... FREE HOME DR.IVERY OF YOUR MEDICATIONS DIABETIC SHOES & SUPPLIES FAST & ffiiENDLY SERNCE $4 DRUGS NOW AVAILABLE ON MOST GENERIC MEDS WE ACCEPT HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PLANS, SHARE COST, MEDICAID, MEDICARE & OTHERS. Let Us Be Your Pharmacy Call Us Today At (813) 989-1351 Ina ..,. + Men Get These Diseases, Too It's hard to escape gender labeling in our soci ety. But in reality, men can face the same challen g e s when they de v elop a disea se more com mon in w omen. Men may be less likel y to get these diseases than women are, but that doesn't mean the danger or the need for preventative measures isn t there. Breast Cancer: 1 Man Per 108 Women All of us are born with breast tissue. The potential causes of getting Breast Can Cancer are similar between men and women-excessive alcohol consumption, obe sity, high estrogen levels and genetic predisposition. Breast cancer is most com mon among men aged sixty to seventy. lUPUS: One Man Per Nine women Men tend to have more se rious cases of Lupus than women, and it's often espe cially severe in young men. However, men typically respond as well to treatments which are mostly the same for men and women -and the risk of death from the disease is similar. Osteoporosis: One Man Per Four Women Look at any advertisement for calcium supplements or osteoporosis treatment, and it's obvious who s being tar geted-namely, not men. While it's true that women are more prone to weakened bones, the National Osteo porosis Foundation esti mates that two million men have it now, while twelve million more are at risk. Men die more from hip fractures than women (31 percent, compared with 17 percent), partly because their fractures tend to happen later in life, and partly be cause the disease progresses unchecked so for long, se verely damaging their frames. According to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, 6 p e rcent of men will have hip fractures by age fifty Age isn t the only trig ger, though. Lifestyle habits like smoking drinking too much alcohol, and getting lit tle to no exercise as well as certain medications (for ex ample, those that contain steroids, like asthma medica tion), ethnicity, and family history, are all possible risk factors. Breast Cancer Awareness Month E x cept for skin cancers, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women but it can be successfull y treated. Screening tests can find cancer early, when it's most treatable. Know Your Risk Talk to your family to learn about your family health history. Talk to your provider about your personal risk of breast cancer. Get Screened Ask your doctor which screening tests are right for you if you are at a higher risk. Have a mammogram every year starting at age 40 if you are at average risk. Have a Clinical breast exam at least every 3 years starting at age 20, and every year starting at age 40. Know What Is Normal For You See your health care provider if you notice any of these breast changes: Lump, hard knot or thickening inside the breast or underarm area. Swelling, warmth, red ness or darkening of the breast. Change in the size or shape of the breast. Dimpling or puckering of the skin. 12 Hour AFCH Basic 3 Hour Continuing Education 1-Hour Medicaid Blling Class Itchy, scaly sore or rash on the nipple. Pulling in of your nipple or other parts of the breast Nipple discharge that starts suddenly. New pain in one spot that doesn't go away. Make Healthy Lifestyle Choices Maintain a healthy weight. Add exercise into your routine. Limit alcohol intake. Limit postmenopausal hormone use. 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The Importance 01 Thinuinc 10 Best Office Health Check-Ups Munchies Health Check-Ups ForWomen Women simply can't skip their mammograms. At age 40, women need a mammo gram every one to two years; at age 50, the screening $hould be done annually. Women with a family history need earlier and sometimes more frequent screening. Women Between ftte Ages Of 18 And 39 Cholesterol screening Blood pressure check BMI check Pelvic exam Pap smear Immunizations Vision and dental check ups Women .Between The Ages Of 40 And 64 Screening tests for colon (usually starting at age 50) Screening test for osteo porosis, called a bone density scan Any woman who is post enopausal and had a fracure needs a bone density can to screen for osteoporo is. Women with risk factors or osteoporosis (including moking, a slim build, and nsufficient calcium intake) hould be screened earlier an age 65. Colorectal screening is a must starting at age 50 for men and women. But if you have a positive family history of colon cancer, you will start at age 40. Women over 65 need all of these screenings, check-ups, and immuniza tions, but the frequency may change as they age. Health Check-Ups For Men Starting at age 50, most men need a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test and a dig ital rectal exam to check for prostate cancer. African American men and any man with a family history of prostate cancer, need screen ings by the age of 45 Men Between The Ages Of 18 And 39 Cholesterol and blood pressure check Vision and dental exam Immunizations Men Between The Ages Of 40 And 64 Screening tests for colon cancer (usually starting at age 50) Screening tests for osteo porosis, called a bone density scan When it comes to osteo porosis screening, any man between the ages of 50 and 70 with risk factors for osteo porosis should have a con versation with his doctor about getting a bone density test. Men over 65 still need these check-ups, but some times at different intervals, particularly as health condi tions and symptoms arise. Do Your Homework The most important thing for people to realize is that 90% of staying well has noth ing to do with doctors or medical offices but instead with maintaining healthy habits. That means exercis ing more, eating healthier foods, avoiding smoking, and limiting alcohol. Accepting New Patients, lnduding Children ANGELLA TOMUNSON, DDS, PA GAIL C. MCDONALD, DDS, MPH Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Exbaction Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Disoounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr MLK Blvd.) www. tomlinsondentalcare.com Sucking on lozengers con taining zinc acetate can shorten the duration of a col byupto42%. Eat Grapes Snacking on grapes help flush out toxins and excess fluids! Something Orange Did you know that carrots, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe and pumpkin are packed with beta-carotene, a plant pigment that forces precan cerous cells to shrink and die. Eat 1 cup of any 'orange' fruit or vegetable every day and you could cut your breast cancer risk by so%. Eating sweet potatoes can also help melt belly fat be cause they are high in fat burning Vitamin C. Beat Bronchitis Here are a few things you can do to beat bronchitis. Avoid Smoking. People who light up are 10 times more likely to develop bron chitis than nonsmokers. Even secondhand smoke is shown to irritate airways, worsening chest infections. Slow Your Breathing. Slow your breathing by tak ing deep breaths, then slowly breath out through your mouth while pursing your lips Oike you're about to kiss). Repeat 10 times. Take Ivy Leaf. Ivy Leaf is an effective ambroxol at re lieving chronic bronchitis-re lated coughs. Take 50 mg. in capsule form or 2 teaspoons of Enzymatic Therapy Ivy Calm, 3-4 times daily. Turn On A Humidifier. Warm moist air helps loosen mucus in your bronchial tubes and stop coughs. Use Pop Oil. Pop Oil is an extract that contains anti microbial compounds that are as effective as penicillin at destroying germs that cause bronchial infections. Take 900 mg. daily. Here is a list of the best of fice munchies to have on hand to help you get through your working day. 1. Raw veggies, such as celery, green or red bell pepper strips, cauliflower, carrot sticks and/ or broccoli florets. Use hummus, yogurt-andherb dip, 2 tablespoons of natural peanut butter for dipping. 2. Cold cuts (turkey, chicken, lean roast beef, boiled ham) 5 Cottage cheese (re duced-fat or fat-free) with salsa or chopped cucumber added 6. Sunflower seeds (3-ta blespoon serving; count these toward your daily nut/seed allowance) 7 Greek yogurt (reduced fat or fat-free) 8. Tomato juice or ve getable-juice cocktail, single serving cans m ::c 1\) 0 ...... ...... 3 Part-skim mozzarella cheese sticks or a serving of reduced-fat cheese (pair this with some whole-grain crackers) 9. Dried apricot halves with almonds (7 apricot 5 halves and 7 almonds), but ::C be sure to count the almonds toward your daily nut/seed en allowance m 4 Nuts (15 almonds, 20 peanuts, or 30 pistachios), but be sure to stick to one serving. 10. Trans-fat-free mi crowavable popcorn, individ ual pack (varieties that are made with canola oil) Prevention & Educati Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partials Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Real) Available *Patient Relaxation Take Care Of Your Feet And They Will Last A Lifetime! SHEEHY. ANKLE& FOOT CENTER Foot Pain Ankle Pain z -4 z m r m c: r r m :! z "'tJ c: m r c;; ::z: m c m < m -4 c: m en c )> z c ::c c Diabetic Foot Care Laser Fungus Nail Treatment 'j!. C) m ...... w I m

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Choosing An Interest-. Onlv Mongage Option If you are looking to make a significantly lower payment for the first several years of your mortgage, an interest-only mortgage may be the right program for you. The program is just as it sounds. You will be making payments only on the accruing interest of your home. You don't have to make pay ments towards your principal, which is why the pay ments stay so low. If you're smart, you won't use this program as an opportunity to buy a lot more house than Calculate the affordability of the home according to making payments towards both the interest and the principal so that when the loan requires those payments, yq_u are prepared. Don't be put off by this though -an interest-only mortgage program can be great for select home buyers. ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: >-you can afford. icC Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Loan Originator P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 c a: lL c z w c w %: en ::::i m ::;:) D. z ti ..J ..J ::;:) m PRESENTS Our Annual Purple & White Ball "DANCING WITH ELEGANCE" October 15th, 2011 Donation: $40.00 Guest Speaker: Dr. Rev. Charles McKenzie There will beno tickets sold at the door Call PGDR Ann Jenkins (813) 770-3411 Time: 7:00pm, Dinner is sened: 7:30 Double Tree Hotel 4500 West Cypress Street Tampa, FL My boyfriend and I have dated for 3-years and I gave him a key to my apartment. Now that he can come in, eat, sleep and go as he pleas es, things have changed. He doesn't come over as often and when he does, it's late at night. I've asked him for a key to his place but he said no without an explanation. I told him I wanted my key back and he said if I take it from him or change the locks, the relationship is over. Was it a mistake to give him a key in the first place? Tanya On-Line Reader Dear Tanya: -If his name i$n't on the lease then he shouldn't have a key. You made yourself vulnerable because he knows you won t entertain anyone else since he can show up at any time. not going to give you a key because he s not as committed as you are. You should take your key and if that's the only thing that can end the relationship, then you don' t need him. If he refuses, then change your locks, make him knock on the door for a visit and keep it moving. Dear Deanna! When my husband and I were together he took excellent care of our kids. Now that we're divorced he has amnesia and forgot he has obligations of child support and health care. Don't get me wrong, I still care for him but now I have to go through so much stress to get him to help me. I have legal docu ments outlining his respon sibilities. How long do I wait before taking him through Church Growth Strategies Empowered greetings The topic of church growth strategies can sometimes be one of great debate. It is my interpretation from a biblical and business perspective that the church should always be growing. Study "The Great Commission" for insight. If the church is not grow ing, then it becomes stagnate and stagnation leads to death. Let me explain. According to dictionary&Q!ll, stagnate means to cease to run or flow as water or air; to become stale or foul from standing; to stop developing, growing, progressing or advancing. If the church falls into this catego ry, then it is time to do a spiritual evaluation. Church growth does not always mean an increase in membership. Some churches may need to grow and develop spiritually. There are churches that may need to grow financial ly, so that they are empow ered to have a greater impact on the community for the up-building of God s king dom. Before the church can grow, it must identify the area or areas where growth is needed. 1. The church must be founded on biblical princi ples. Chm;ch leaders must teach, preach and live by the Word of God without com promising. The church is a spiritual hospital. If the lead ership is sick, than you wille spread spiritual sickness versus spiritual health. Read Hosea chapter 4 2. The church must be spir it-filled. For where the spirit of the Lord is, there is libei:the court system? Allison Kramer Omaha,NE Dear Allison: Daycare bills, tight clothes, and hungry stomachs don't have time to wait for daddy to grow up. At this rate, your kids will be senior citizens collecting a pension before your ex-husband steps up to plate. The court order that he violated gives you front row seating with a judge. If he has no sympathy or concern for his children's welfare, then you need to handle your business and take him to court at lightning speed. Ask Deanna is written by DeannaM. Write Ask Deanna! Email: askdeanna1yahoo.com or write: Deanna M, 264 S. La Cienega, Suite 1283, Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Website: www.askdeanna.com ty: People that are bound will COlJle to a place of wor ship where they can be liber ated; 3. Develop partnerships and connections with other churches, businesses and co mmunity organizations. Support the mission of oth ers and others will support I you. 4 Be present in the community by attending and sponsoring community events. Provide services that address the needs of the peo ple in your community such as classes on finances, over coming addictions or bounc ing back from abuse. 5 Increase church evange lism and outreach activities. Keep in mind that, although I have provided some strategies for church growth, that it is God and God alone that will give the increase. Therefore, don't neglect to ask for his guid ance in the growth process. To contact Selphenia Nichols-Simmons Email: thegueenofsuccess @yahoo.com. Follow her on twitter @queenofsuccessl; Facebook: Selphenia Nichols or Call 8 .13-230-6561

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., National :2 a&-vear-oldwoman: Man Rips K-Man HOW Cain Sat Out Voting Now More DiHicult on For SloK Civil Rights Activism Than During Jim crow At Morehouse A 96-year-old woman who has been voting for more than During his appearance on ::: 70 years, even through the MSNBC's The Last Word Jim Crow era, said the new with Lawrence O'Donnell voting ID laws in Tennessee last week, GOP presidential have made voting more of a hopeful Herman Cain and hassle than its ever been. O'Donnell got into several Dorothy Cooper spoke Police are searching for a heated exchanges. One of about the difficulties she exman who they say stole particular interest was perienced trying to vote ap$10,000 worth of merchan-Cain's inactivity during the pearing on Rev. AI dise from a K-Mart. Civil Rights Movement. Sharpton's Politics-Nation DOROTHY COOPER The man allegedly disabled Cain responded that he show. According to Cooper, the alarm and stole video was a high school student she was alerted that she that she never, at the age of game systems, laptops and teland, therefore, was not free would need her marriage cer96, thought that voting would evisions before fleeing. to act on his own. Yet Cain tificate to be able to vote. At be such a hassle. claimed, "If I had been a colanother voting booth she was "I never thought that is lege student I probably would told she could vote absentee. would be like this ever," have been participating." Dorothy Cooper states Cooper said. Rev. Joseph -Then O'Donnell pointed out that Cain was actually a HERMAN CAIN which led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, took place. ButCain wasn't just a col lege student. He was a college student at Morehouse Col lege in Atlanta, Dr. Martin Luther King's alma mater. Its legendary president Dr. lowerv lt90: college student from 1963 to 1967 during some of the most ., Benjamin E. Mays was a .-mentor to Dr. King and was 0 vehemently opposed to seg regation. Woman And Handicapped Son Missing For Weeks A 79-year-old Texas woman and her mentally dis abled son have been missing for almost a month, accord ing to Texas police. Lettie Fisher and her son, 31-year-old John Fisher Jr., were last seen leaving Luf)tin Memorial Medical Center, where Lettie was treated for breast cancer. After leaving the medical cen ter, detectives believe the Fishers went home to pick up their fishing gear and then to Wolf Creek. On Sept. 22, Lettie Fisher's 1999 silver Toyota 4Runner was found parked in Son, JOHN, JR. Magnolia Ridge State Park. According to KPRC, police suspect the vehicle was dumped there by someone else and are investigating the possibility of foul play. Marijuana-Shaped candv Alarms Parents, Ofticials BUFFALO, NY -Candy shaped like marijuana that's showing up on store shelves around America won't get kids high, but aghast city leaders and anti-drug ac tivists say the product and grocers carrying it represent a new low. The "Pothead Ring Pots," "Pothead Lollipops" and bagged candy are distributed to retail stores by the novelty supply company Kalan LP of the Philadelphia suburb of Lansdowne. It also whole sales online for $1 for a lol lipop and $ 1.50 for a package of three rings. Company president An:.. drew Kalan said the candy, on the market six to nine months and in 1,000 stores around the United States, promotes the legalization of marijuana. "It does pretty well," he said. 'The Struggle well-known clashes, such as "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Isn't Over' Civil rights pioneer Rev. Joseph E. Lowery on the red carpet with wife, Evelyn Lowery as they arrive for a celebration of his 90th birthday Oct. 9 in Atlanta. Hailed the Dean of the Civil Movement, Rev. Joseph Lowery stood a foot soldier in all of the epic civil rights battles of his day. With determination, dili. gence and depth, he braved the front lines in the Mont gomery Bus Boycott, refused to back down from a violent showdown with Bull Connor in Birmingham, maintained the faith to march from Selma to Montgomery and de manded jobs and justice on the steps of the Lincoln Me morial. Lowery was encased within the civil right move ment's inner circle, fighting alongside so many others who were cut down in their prime, but at the ripe age of 90 he's among the few left to see the fruit ofthe labor. Joseph Echols Lowery was born October 6, 1921 in Huntsville, Alabama and jokes one has to be a little crazy to answer to brutality with non violence, but it is what he calls "good crazy." 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A Celebration Of Women On Saturday, September 18th, the women of Victory Temple hosted their annual Women in White. This year's theme was Women on a Mission. The mistress of ceremony was Regina Phillips. Evangelist Mamie Williamson and Ann Fortson served as the devotional leaders. The guest speaker was Mother Dorothy Jones. Selection s w ere rendered b y the Lakeland Praise =:;: Team, The Thornton c Family, The Glass a: Sisters, and The Jones LL Sisters. Other program partici< pants were Lessie Jordan, =:;: Mary McElrath, Mother c Margaret Johnson, ffi Elnora Burroughs, Cynthia Andrews, Evangelist Anita Jones, Mother Princess > Fortson, Florence w Mitchell and Pastor Neal C T. Phillips. w ::I: CJ) ::::i m Freedom Banquet To BeHeld Q. The Winter Haven Branch National Association for the w Advance of Colored People :j (NAACP) will host its annual ffi freedom banquet on _. Saturday, October 29, 2011. w The chosen theme for the Z 2011 occasion is Working Community Is An Unbreakable Bond.' Dr. Randy Nelson will serve as the guest speaker. The host site will be the Winter Haven Recreational and Cultural Center For further information and/ or tickets contact Truman McGill at opreach@hotmail.com or John Woodson at jwoody1284@msn com. Congratulations, Polk County Students Shaw-Nuf extends con gratulation s to several Polk County students who are winners of the annual Florida Council of T e achers of English (FCTE) Writing Competition. They are Hannah Elrod, 8th grade, Lake Gibson Middle School, Lakeland; Camille Rousseliere, 9th grade, International Baccalaureate Bartow High School, Bartow; and Rachel Harris, 12th grade, (former) Winter Haven High School. Happy Birthday To You Shaw-Nuf sends happy birthday wishes to St. Petersburg, gentleman Dwight Wilson, as he celebrates his birthday on Oct. 14th! A very special happy birthday wish is extended to my sister, Diane Thurmond (Oct. 20th), and to my husband, Michael R. Shaw (Oct. 21st) as each of them celebrate another y ear of life. Happy birthday greetings are also s ent to Winter Haven gentleman, Rodney Ford (Oct. 2oth), and Lakeland gentlemen, Minister Robert Norton and Bill Booker (Oct. 21st). May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many many more birthdays! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to the staff of the Healthy Start Coalition of Hardee, Highlands and Polk Counties, Inc., Polk Teen Pregnancy Prevention Alliance (TPPA) : Mary Jo Plews, Executive Director; Jamie Drake, Youth Prevention Sp e cialist; Spring Dority,. Administrative Assistant; and Marquinia Butts-Fisher, TPPA Coordinator The work that you are doing in our communities is much needed. Be encouraged and continue to stay the course. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-NufTalk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@ yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-NufTalk will share your exciting news with the readership! TOLL RATE CHANGES m I CD .,.. w CJ The Florida Department of Transportation (FOOD is hosting a Toll Rate Rulemaking Public Hearing to provide the public an opportunity to review and comment on proposed changes to the toll rates on FOOT toll roads and bridges. Florida Statutes mandates that toll rates on all FOOT toll roads a .nd bridges, including Florida Turnpike System toll roads, shall be adjusted periodically for inflation. The hearing will be held on: DATE: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 TIME: 6:00 p.m. The hearlng will be conducted as a weblnar, which is a live presentation over the internet that allows attendance from a personal computer. Registration for the weblnar hearing is required. Registration Information can be found at: http://www.florldasturnpike.com/tools_tollratenotices.cfm Site access locations are also available for those persons without computer/internet access at the following locations: Hillsborough County Polk County Florlda Dept. of Transportation Florida Dept. of Transportation District 7 Headquarters Auditorium District 1 Mike R ippe Auditorium 11201 North Malcolm McKinley Drive 801 N. Broadway Tampa, FL 33612 Bartow, FL 33831 Public participation Is solicited without regar d to race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability or family status. If you have any questions, please contact Chad .Huff, Public Information Manager, at Florida's Turnpike Enterprise, 1-749-7453. Anyone requiring special accommodations for the meeting under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991 or In need of translation should contact Carleen Flynn at Aorida' s Turnpike (407) 532, extension 3829 at least seven calendar days prior to the Plant Citv Organization Holds Essav Contest BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist The Project Care Unlimited, Inc. is sponsoring an essay contest for all age groups. The winner will receive two tickets for an evening of enjoyment, on Saturday, December 3, 2011, that includes limousine ser vice, dinner and a concert. Essays must be 500 words or less on the topic "HE IS KING OF KINGSr MY PERSONAL SAVIOR! The deadline for receipt of entries is Saturday, November 5, 2011. The con cert line-up will include The Harmony Winds of Tampa, a renowned record-ing gospel group; Avon's Parks' Elder William Sherrill Jr.,. and the Miracle Deliverance Temple Church of God, Plant City's Evangelist Francine Jones and much more. The contest winner will also be recognized during the con cert. The mission of Project Care Unlimited, Inc. is to support and encourage dream-building through networking and supportive resources of the community. For further information contact Evangelist Ella Salter at (813) 758-0599 or e -mail the organization at projectcareunlimited@yaho o.com Job Corps Initiative Held In lake Wales On August 27, 2011, the Pinellas County Job Corps Center showcased various opportunities to the youth and parents of Lake Wales and Polk County. The effort was led by for. mer Lake Wales resident, Dwight D. Wilson, Assistant Director with the St. Petersburg Water Resources Department, and Anita George, Business Community Liaison with the Pinellas County Job Corps Center. Joining the many youth and their parents were some local government officials, community icons and business professionals. The event, which was held at the B-Street Community Center in Lake Wales, was well attended. Learn about free education at a free event. For information, visit the Job Corps website at: www.jObcorps.org. (Photos by Shaw-Nuf) Dwight Wilson is shown withtthe City of Lake Wales Mayor Michael Carter. Reverend Dr. J. J. Pierce, Sr., Pastor of 1st Institutional M. B. Church, shown with officers of the Lake Wales Police Department.

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II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that BECKY K. SILAS #16059 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year ol issuance, the descr i pt ion of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 148158.0000 CertHicate No.: 206762..()9 File No.: 2011-929 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property : TEMPLE CREST UNIT NO 1 LOTS 4 AND 5 BLOCK 13 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 10/60 SEC-TWP-RGE : 21-28-19 SUBJECT TO-ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: AUSTIN L COX (LIFE ESTATE) DELIA E. COX (LIFE ESTATE) AUTIN L COX TRUSTEE DELIA E. COX TRUSTEE Said property 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 td the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the .111b day of November. 2011. at 10:00 'A,M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276PO ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 3mb day of $eotemb8r. PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT USF Area 13050 North 20th Street Spacious 2 Story 2 Bedroom Townhome, Free Water Free Washer/Dryer With Lease 1 Month Free Rent Great Location Section 8 Ok Only $685.00 Call 813-220-3633 II II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that THE BANK OF TAMPA AS CUSTODIAN FOR CARLTON DAVIS PALLARDY LL #14723 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 : 057937 0390 Certificate No.: 163254-08 File No : 2011-930 Year of Issuance: 2008 Description of Property: RIVER BEND PHASE 4A LOT 20 BLOCK 18 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 106/54 SEC-TWP-RGE: 20-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: AMOS 5:24 LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of !=lorida. 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 .111b day of Novembet 2011, at 10;00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this a!!lh day of Seotemb8r, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DIANNA L. FRETWELL #15528 the holder of the following certificate has filed sai d 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.: 060150.01 00 Certificate No : 194089-09 File No.: 2011-932 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: E Y2 TRACT BEG AT NW COR OF E Y2 OF SE V.. OF SW \4 AND RUN S 71 FT E 199 .43 FT N 71 FTW 200FT TOPOB SEC-TWP-RGE : 08-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: JANICE DELORISE STOREY-MITCHELL JAMES PRIME MITCHELL FREDDIE A. MITCHELL, JR. ARREWINTHA CATHERINE CARTER-MITCHELL CORETHA LILLIE MITCHELL-YOUNG 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 .111b !jay of Noyembet 2011, at 10;00 A .M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this a!!lh day of Septembet 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordhiator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prlor to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. FOR RENT II Homes Wesley Chapel 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths Arthur Drive CHA, WDH 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths Spacious 3/2 Mobile Home WDH, Fenced CHA, WDH Townhouse $950.00/Monthly 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath $500. 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Section 8 OK Bert (813) 969-3970 Call (813) 968-1168 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PETER A. RICHIE #15428 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.: 088079.0388 Certificate No.: 201110-09 File No.: 2011-934 Year of Issuance: 2009 Description of Property: FISHHAWK RANCH TOWNHOMES PHASE 2 LOT 4 BLOCK 24 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 101/286 SEC-TWP-RGE: 21-30-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: BRIDGETT BUSTAMANTE 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 .111b day of Noyembet 2011, at 10;00 A.M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this 3mb day of Seotemb8r, 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuli Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 oo extension 4205, (2) tWo working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that R. L. CAPITAL LLC #15224 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 : 060846.0100 Certificate No : 194223..()9 File No.: 2011-935 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: N 145FT OF E 105FT OF W 1 000 FT OF NE V.. OF NE V.. LESS N 25 FT FOR RD RIW SEC TWP-RGE : 17-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which asseased: JAMES REINA 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 .111b day of Novembet 2011, at 10;00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify Dated this 3mb day of $eDtemb8r. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. BLICATION DEADLINES uesday Edition -Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $8.00 -20 Words And 50$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad .,; :::c c l< 0 0 d m m :::c "" 5 :::c en m z -t z m r-m c: r rm -t z "0 c: m r-c;;:::t m c m < m -t c: m en c )> z c "" :::c c C) m ...... i' m

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The certificate number and year of is suance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 011961.0100 Certif i cate No.: 131114-07 File No.: 2011-939 Year of Issuance : 2007 Description of Property: Sec 3 & 4-29 -17 & 34-28-17 COMM W 'A COR SEC 34 RUN E 279.79 FT S5AD E 1793 .86 FT S35DW 731.57 FT S 289 .14 FT FOR POB W 8 1 FT S75DW 106.96 FT S 46DW 69.83 FT 518 D W 68.79 FT S8D E 66.45 FT S4DE 61.2B FT S6DYJ 74.49 FT S65.2B FT S12DE 63.61 FT S76DW 21. 1 FT RAD 609.16 FT CRD BRG S5DE 157 6 FT 51 DW 14.69 FT RAD 499.36 FT CHD BRG 57 DW 95.32 FTS12 DW 100. 1 FT RAD CHD BRG S5DW B1.62 FT S1DE 5 .65 FT W 167 .27 FT N69DW 5B8.29 FT W 2565 .54 FT N 62. 0 ) FT S 40DE 2B2.06 FT 551 DE 2200 FT 566 DE 21B.45 FT S29DE 486.17 N FT NBODE 840.07 FT N39DE 445.45 FT N5BDE 665.65 FT SBODE 447 .7B FT N39DE 445.45 FT POB LESS PLATTED PORTION BAY PORT COLONY PHASE II UNIT II LESS RfN LONGBOAT BLVD LESS COLONY BAY LIFT STATION LESS BAYSIDE VILLAGE LESS PLATTED BAYPORT VILLAGE & LESS BAYSIDE EAST & LESS BAYSIDE WEST LESS 28.786 ACS MOL FOR BAYSIDE SOUTH PER PB 70 PG 01 USING FOLIO' S 11973 : 1800THRU 11973.1920 LESS 1992 SUB KNOWN AS BAYSIDE EAST REVISED PER, PB 70 PG 54 USING FOLIOS 1197_;3.1750THRU 11973 1790 SECTWP-RGE : 03-29-17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assnsed: NEW OAK WOODS INC. 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 1l1b day of November. 2011, at 10:00 A .M, (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-B100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this amb day of Seotembe[. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommoda tion In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordll!ator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extenslo'! 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, cell711 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that WEENNA BUCAY-COUTO #16861 the holder of the following certificate has filed s aid certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate numb er and year of issuance the description of the property and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No. : 003730.4882 Certificate No.: 79497-04 File No.: 2011-936 Year of Issuance : 2004 Description of Property: CAMBRIDGE VILLAS PHASE 1 AND II TRACT K-REC AREA PLAT BOOK/PAGE: OB/12 SEC-TWP-RGE : 13-2B-17 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: CAMBRIDGE VILLAS HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION, INC. Said property being the County of Hillsborough State of Flor ida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at 1 the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse, BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of November. 2011, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (B13) 276 -B100 ext. 4809 to ver ify sale location) Dated this 3!llb day of Seotember. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuli Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 4QTKIDZLLC #1745 the holder of the following certif icate 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. : 023733 4518 Certificate No. : 185888-09 File No.: 2011-941 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property : ON THE PARK TOWNHOMES LOTS9 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 101/214 SEC-TWP -RGE: 16-2B-1B SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : THOMAS MALONEY Said property b eing in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such cert i f i cate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E. Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of November, 2011, a) 10:00 A,M. (NOTICE: Please call (B13) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this am11 day of September. 2011 PATFRANK Clerk Of The Circuli Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If iou are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In ordar to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extens i on 4205 (2) two working days p rior to the date the sarvlce Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 4QTKIDZLLC #1745 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 i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 024202 .9742 Certificate No.: 186292-09 File No.: 2011-942 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: THE GRAND RESERVE CONDOMINIUMS AT TAMPA UNIT 3911 AND AN UNDIV INT IN COMMON ELEMENTS SEC-TWP-RGE : 21-28-lB SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: JULIAO EFRAIN GUILLERMO CLAUDIA P. TAMAYO 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 ce r tificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse BOO East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of November, 2011, at 10:00 A.M, (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-BlOO ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated this amb day of September, 2Q11 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The circuli Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that 4QTKIDZLLC #1745 the holder of the following certif i cate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The cert i ficate number and year of issuance the descript ion of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 057474 1428 Certif i cate No.: 193216-09 File No. : 2011-943 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: HIGHGATE E CONDOMINIUM UNIT 117 TYPE OXFORD 1/22ND FRACTIONAL OWNERSHIP COMMON ELEMENT OF EXPENSES PLAT BOOK/PAGE: CB04/52 SEC-TWP-RGE : 14-32-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed: PATRICIA T MALASPINA 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 bidder at the Jury AuditorJum, 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of November, 2011, at 10 A,M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verIfy sale locat ion). Dated this 3!llb day of September. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuli Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding ; you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205," (2) twO working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, cali 711. 728 Kirby 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Cottage Washer/Dryer Included $600.00/Monthly Includes Water Small Pets OK Section 8 OK (813) 340-3085 Room/Apartment For Rent Age 55 And Up Preferred $120.00/Weekly Apartment $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Utilities Call (813) 241-4158 Sulphur Springs Area Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home Fenced, Central H/A $1 ,000.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 503-5321 2007 Okaloosa Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced Yard WDH, CHA $750 00/l\:1onthly $600 .00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 293-8431 Progress Village Area 6 Bedroom/2 Bath Home Newly Remodeled Tiled, New Roof Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 373-5237 Contact LaVora Progress VIllage 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath E"enced, WDHJ CHA Carport, Utili.ty Room Only $750.00 Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813)"451-9624 Fax To: (813} 8 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com

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::::0 6 a NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that BOCILLA FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 115437 the holder of the follow i ng certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The cert ifi cate number and year of issuance the description of the property and the names in which It was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 032685.0054 Certificate No.: 187449-09 File No.: 2011 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: LOST RIVER PERSERVE PHASE 2 LOT 2 BLOCK 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 108/20 SECTWP-RGE : 15-32-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) In which assessed : MARIO C MANZINI GAY A MANZINI Said property being i n the Cou nty of Hillsborough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described in such cert i ficate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditor ium, 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 11th day of November, 2011, at 10:00 A,M (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verily sale locat i on) Dated this 3!H!1 day of September. 2011 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida By: OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person wHh a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, yol[ are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, (2) two working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. II HOMES FOR RENT II Tampa Homes For Rent Offering Move-In Specials Newly Remodeled Section 8 Approved 3 Bedrooms And Up Starting At Just $895.00/Month VIsit www.RentTheBay.com For Specific Listings Call Erin At 813.875.7368 .. _.,._,, .. ,,.,,.,,, .,,,.,, , , ,,.,, .. ...; c.:;;Joo.-e: .--......:o.-...... -..... k ---:. -----...... -..:;.;.;.> .......... ._ .,......_,_. ->:, .M."t z c :!:! c

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..... ..... 0 C\1 ..... a: w m 0 0 >-a: LL c a: LL c z w c w ::t 1/) ::::i m ::;) a.. z i= w ..J ..J ::;) m ..J W z i= z w en i a: 0 ..J LL m I 0 C\1 w II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 2, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. and the appropriate cases to be heard at 1 :00 p.m. to hear the below listed cases. Which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number property owner(s) violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE I 1().22104 BROWN LAKESHIA 2901 E. OSBORNE AVE TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-46, 19-47, 19-49, AND 19-50 LOT BEG 400.17 FT E OF NW COR OF NE % OF NE 1<0 OF SW l4 AND RUN S 225 FT E 57 83 FT N 225 FT AND W 57.83 FT TO BEG LESS ST 154951.0000 CASE I 1 HI0406 JOHNSON PAUL AND MCKAY, CHRISTOPHER 8001 N 10TH ST., AlB, TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-49, AND 19-50 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDIT ION LOT 9 AND W 5 FT CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON E BLOCK 54 146835.0000 CASE I 1HI1603 OUR HOMES OF TAMPA BAY INC 7908 LAKESHORE DR ., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-49, AND 19 TEMPLE CREST UNIT NO.3 LOT 5 BLOCK 44 148644 0000 CASE 1 11.00769 THOMPSON, LISA 1421 E FRIERSON AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-49 AND 19 SPERRY SUB NO. 1 LOTS 1 AND 2 171444 0000 CASE I 11-04097 HAMPTON, JEROME JR. HAMPTON MAGARETTE DELISME 3303 CHIPCO ST. TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19 JACKSON HEIGHTS LOT 5 BLOCK 2 173768 .0000 CASE I 11-04651 LEE TIMOTHY ; CHEUNG CHRISTINA AND CHUI, MAN 1221 E NORTH ST., TAMPA FL S E CTIONS : 19-26 AND 19-231 MANOR HEI GHTS NORTH E 20 FT OF LOT 4 AND W 40 FT OF LOT 5 BLOCK 1 170668 0000 CASE I 11.05643 HIPPARD MICHAEL 2917 E 21ST AVE. TAMPA FL SEC TION : 19-26 GREENVILLE SUBDIVISION PLAT 3 PG 50 188452 0000 CASE 111-o7375 MORALES, LUIS S. AND BUENO, MARIA G 8406 N 17TH ST. TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-233 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 255 TO 25S INCL AND !'.. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 145672 0000 CASE I 11-o7s01 DUNCAN LAND AND DEVELOPMENT DUNCAN, WAYNE C/0 A DUNCAN R A 3112 E COLUMBUS DR., TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-26 LOT BEG 530 FT E OF SW COR OF SE 1<0 AND EXT N 105FT AND E 45FT LESS R1W FOR COLUMBUS DR 173498 .0000 CASE I 11-o&285 All, DANIEL AND AU, SAHEEDA 1512 E. 27TH AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 49 AND 1 9-56 SMITH'S N D LOT 18 AND S !'.. OF VACATED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON BLOCK 2 172794 .0000 CASE I 11-o7803 DUNCAN LAND AND DEVELOPMENT DUNCAN, WAYNE C/0 A DUNCAN R A 3114 E. COLUMBUS DR ., TAMPA FL SECTION: 19 LOT BEG 575 FT E OF SW COR OF SE l4 AND EXTEND N 105 FT AND E 135 FT LE SS R1W LOT 5 BLOCK2 173498 0000 CASE 11.08424 LANE, ANNE W 7211 N 12TH ST TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-49 VALMAR SUBDIVISION LOTS 1 AND2 170146.0000 CASE '11-o8725 OMT HOLDINGS LLC C/0 SEAN LANEVE REG AGENT 1002 E. 22ND AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-231 LA PALOMA LOT 13 BLOCK 2 186619.0000 CASE I 11-10945 STANLEY A DREIER TRT 10/31/96% STANLEY A. DREIER TTEE 1407 E. MARTIN LUTHER KING BL TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-49 BUFFALO GARDENS LOT 3 LESS BUFFALO AVE RIW AND N !'.. OF VACATED ALLEY ABUTTING S 173407 0000 CASE 111 11062 MCCRIMMON, EVADNE 2503 N 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19, 19 19-49, 19 AND 19 MOREY HEIGHTS W 15FT O F LOT 7LESS N 70FT AND LOT 8 LESS N 70FT BLOCK2 1981 4 9 .0000 CASE 11 GENGLER KENNETH 5202 N 45TH ST TAMPA FL S E CTIONS : 19 47, 19-49, AND 19 HILLSBOROUGH HEIGHTS EAST A REPLAT LOT 57 154173 0000 CASE I 11 SHEELY, CLAUDIA 5204 N. 45TH ST. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 AND 19 5 0 HILLSBOROUGH HEIGHT S EA S T A REPLAT LOT 5 5 15417 2.0000 11 ROGERS EDDIE MAE 5110 N 21ST ST. TAMPA FL SECT IONS : 19,, 19-47 19S, AND 19-50 HAMPSHIRE PARK N 60 FTOF E 10 FTOF LOT 10& N 60FT OF LOTS 11, AND 1 2 BLOCK 4 157411 0000 CASE I 11 JACKSON, JULIUS JACKSON, MICHELLE 3103 N. 15TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-47, AND 19 LA CARBAYERA LOT 19 AND WEST !'.. OF ALLEY ABUTTING ON EAST BLOCK 5 187233 .0000 CASE I 11 11785 PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 11305 2901 N 12TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19 -5 A, 3 & 4 AND 19 SEIVER S SUBDIVISION LOT 11 BLOCK 6 186755 0000 CASE I 11-12436 INTERPHAZE MEDIA INC. C/0 REG AGT JONES RAYMOND 1806 E BIRD ST. TAMPA FL SECTION : 19 HENDRY AND KNIGHTS ADDITION TO SULPHUR SPRINGS W !'..OF LOTS 127 & 128 & E !'.. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTIN G THERE O N 14 966 2 000 CASE 11-12452 TAMPA BAY CAR WASH & LUB EXPRESS LLC % ODALYS HERNANDEZ 5143 E BUSCH BLVD ., TAMPA, FL S ECTIONS : 19-236 AND 19 TEMPLE TERRACES W 144FT OF N 250FT OF LOT 45 LESS SR 580 RIW SEC 22 28 19 142864.0000 CASE I 11-12491 VASQUEZ, CARLOS LANDA VERDE, JOSE G 1702 E FRIERSON AVE., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19 AND 19-234 SPERRY GROVE ESTATES REVISED PLAT LOT 1 3 AND LOT 14LESS E 10FT BLOCK 6 157313 0000 CASE AC TAMPA BAY INC C/0 SHI UNNA REG AGENT 8319 N 13TH ST. AlB, TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-231 SULPHUR SPR INGS ADDITION LOT 1 BLK 25 AND W !'.. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 1 46445.0100 CASE. 11 12904 DIXON DOROTHY J. DAVIS ANTIONETTE 2923 N. 18TH ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19, 19-46, 19, 19, AND 19 YBOR HEIGHTS LOT 4 BLOCK 1 187 301. 0000 CASE# 11 RANSCHT DAVID W. 1404 E. 21ST AVE !'..TAMPA FL S E CT I ONS : 1 95 A 3 & 4 AND 19 PANAMA LOT 9 LE SS RIW F OR 21S T AVE BLOCK 9 186404 .0000 CASE# 11 ALLEYNE, JOSEPH ALLEYNE, LISA 3106 N 17TH ST. TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19 46, 19 49 AND i9.50 KNOWELS N 44 5 FT OF LOT 2 AND LOT 3 BLOCK 6 187185 0000 CASE I 11-13508 HILAIRE, REGINA 6615 N 16TH ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19 19-233 AND 19 OAK TERRACE REVISED PLAT OF LOTS 211 AND 212 AND W !'.. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING THEREON 145653.0000 CASE I 11-14410 O'BRIEN, THOMAS S NOLAN, MICHAEL 7905 N MULBERRY ST., AlB, TAMPA FL SECTION : 19 SULPHUR SPRINGS ADDITION S 40 FT OF LOT 3 AND LOT 4 BLOCK 71 147017 0000 CASE I 11.00040 RANSCHT DAVID W 1404 E 21ST AVE .,!'.., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 27 PANAMA LOT 9 LESS R1W FOR 21ST AVE., BLOCK 9 186404 0000 CASE I 11-13904 RANSCHT, DAVID W. 1404 E 21ST AVE., TAMPA FL SECTION : 2 7 77 TABLE 4 1 PANAMA LOT 9LESS R1W FOR 2 1ST AVE., BLOCK 9 1 86404 0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286 26 FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK Advertisement Solicitation No. FY2011-IFB-02 Cypress West Office Building Improvements The Housing Authority of the City of Tampa is inviting qualified General Contractors to submit sealed bids for Cypress West Office Building Improvements. Bid documents will be available for pick up after 9:00AM on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 Qualified Contractors/Bidders may purchase copies of the bidding documents for $100.00 by contacting Tampa Blue Print at 1319 North Florida Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33602 or qall 813-223-7861 Copies of the bidding documents will be on file and available for inspection beginning Tuesday, October 11, 2011 at Tampa Blue Print Plan Room. In order to bid, the complete set of documents must be purchased. There will l;le a pre-bid conference on Tuesday, October 18, 2011, at 1 O :OOAM, in the Authority's Conference Room located on the 2nd floor of Cypress West Office Building at 5301 West Cypress Street, Tampa, Florida 33607. Questions regarding this solicitation may be directed to Authority's Contracting Office at 813 253-0551, ext.187. The deadline for submitting sealed bids is Tuesday November 01, 2011, at 2:00PM., local time. All sealed bids must be submitted to Tampa Housing Authority located at 1529 W. Main Street, Tampa, Florida 33607. II THE HOUSING AUHORITY OF THE CITY OF TAMPA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. HOMES FOR RENT Homes 1 01 0 Arch Street. 1704 East Cayuga 3 Bedroom/2 Bath 4 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, w DH 4708 85th Drive Fenced Backyard 4 Bedroom/2 Bath $1,1 00.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 684-3539 Call (813) 727-6782 II II 1-275 & 1-4 II EMPLOYMENT II 4/1 Tree Shaded Yard Experienced Daycare Near Busline Worker Wanted Remodeled Bath And Laundry Room Please Call Freshly Painted Inside (813) 91Q-4163 Section 8 Welcome Or Apply At Kldz Cove Learning Center II Inc. (813) 789-0760 813 East 1 09th Avenue "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for .Itself''

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c II LEGAL NOTICE II II EMPLOYMENT II II APTS. FOR RENT Ill a m INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 691119 Special Acts, Laws of Florida sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing City o f Tampa i n his office until : 2:30PM ON 10/25/11 FIELD CAMERA KITS 3:00PM ON 10/25/11 WEDGE ACTION RESTRAINT FITTINGS-MEGALUGS 2:30PM ON 10/31/11 OEM HP TONER AND INK CARTRU?GES then and thereafter to be publ i cly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/27 4-8351) It is hereby made a part of this Inv i tation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advert i sed request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for t he same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County Dated: 10/14/11 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, F=L 33602 II EMPLOYMENT II Customer Service Representative Receptionist Needed No Experience Necessary Must Love Money Music And Fun Call (727) 546-1190 For Detailed Information WANTED Sty list(s) ; Barber(s) ; Braider(s) At: Freestylin' Barber & Beauty Shop 1518-B East Fowler Ave., Tampa, Fl 33612 Valona: (813) 361-9579 Or Kil: (813) 361-1577 -?';.,_ ... --... -. <:.J>_/" ... F r ... Sports Manager Needed No College Degree Or Experience Required Commission Based Salary Only Must Have Home PC Telephone Website Graphic Arts Design Marketing Background A Plus Please Call (813) 766-6929 To Schedule An Interview Natural Hair Reigns N Style Now Hiring License Braiders Or Cosmetologist Booth Rental $75 00 For The First 6 Weeks Join A Wonderful Team Of Natural Hair Technicians 2202 W. Waters Avenue Ste #5 813-932-2102 Or Now Offering Braiders Classes $200 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities COURT CLERK II $27,830 EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN $30,576 PROJECT MANAGER I (COMMUNICATIONS MAINTENANCE) SENIOR BUSINESS ANALYST $49 316 $46,238 SENIOR INTERNAL AUDITOR $53,435 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST II (VOIP) $57 075 See our web site at http://www hccsb.org or v i sit our office at: 601 E Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in init ial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vet s MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AA/EEO Employer II Maintenance Contract With Weekly Guarantee For Property Management Office Light Plumbing, Painting Carpentry, Tile Work And Light Electrical Must Have Own Transportation To Properties References Required Rate Is Negotiable Call Mary (813) 238-6353 APTS. FOR RENT Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook up $800 00/Monthly Central Hear And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angie's Apartments 1 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments WDH -0 Deposit No Application Fee Sect i on 8 Welcome 813-915-9787 Ybor City 2605 East 11th Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WID Hook-Up $500 00/Rent $350.00/Deposit Background Check Required $25.00 Proof Of Employment (813) 230-0487 Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? No Problem!! FREE APPLICATION!! Newly Renovated 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Tile Floors New Appliances New Ceiling Fans $499.00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!!! Low Or No Deposit! 813-244-4551 II II 412% West Frances 211 $600.00 3405 North 34th Street 211 $600.00 26131!2 Cypress 1/1 $550.00 Deposit $100 00 No Criminal Or Eviction Records (813) 391-7046 DUPLEXES Duplex For Rent 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Newly Remodeled WID Hook-up Central A/C, Parking Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 1413 E. 139th Avenue Section 8 Only Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Ready Immediately Clean & Beautiful Call (813) 917-4386 West Tampa 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $500.00/Monthly Deposit Required 1st And Last Call (863) 324-0214 Or {813) 933-6825 Tampa Heights 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH CHA $600.00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Call (813) 778-1332 II Grant Park Area 2 Bedroom/1Bath Central A/C And Blinds $550.00 A Month 3822 North 54th Street Call (813) 610-4518 Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $550.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit A/C, New Tile/Carpet Discount On Cable Call (813) 298-2499 Duplex 2 Bedroom /1 Bath, WDH Refurbished Kitc_ben Quiet Neighborhood Deposit Negotiable Section 8 No Deposit Call (813) 503-0493 137th Avenue Near 20th Street Quiet 2 Bedroom With Washer And Dryer Water Included $650.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call 813-956-5607 Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3, & 4 Bedroom CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 Bill CONTACT LAVORA @ {813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT HThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" (813) 248-1921 m ::D ...... N 0 ...... ...... r-0 ::D c )> en m z :::! z m r-m c: rr-m :::! z ., c: m r-u; :::J: m c m < m -t c: m en ;c: )> z c c C) m N ...... I m

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FLORIDA SENTINEL SECTION 67 YEARS SERVING TAMPA FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 2011 c Blake High W _ins Heritage Classic The Yellow Jackets of Howard W. Blake High School walked off the field with pride Thursday night as they had defeated the Tigers of Middleton High School 41-19. The Yellow Jackets took charge of the game in the 3rd quarter when they scored 22 points. Blake hosted this year's contest at the James "Big Jim" Williams Stadium (Photos by Sylvester Harris) The Most Valuable Player plaque was presented to Zain Gilmore, 2nd from left. He is shown with Booster members Clarence Davis, Katherine And Francis Davis. Head Coach Harry Hubbard and the Blake High Yellow Jackets will hold onto the Heritage Classic trophy after winning the 41-19. Howard W. Blake High staffers: from left, Jesse Salters (APA), Omar Salaam (Asst.), Greg Basham (APC), Principal ,Jackie Haynes, Dr; David Williams (AP), and Van Ayres (APC). Blake's little mascot, Ileya Thornton. Former Blake standout at their last win in 2004, Albert McCarthon, Jr. was also in the stands Tiger fans, Phylis and her daughter, Kertnedy. The way we see it. th i nki n g a b out lite's spir.il ual journ ey is more than eQ._ou g h t o h and le. T h a t's we' r e d evoted t o your finan cial path. Nobody unde r s tand s t h e complex tax l aws and o th e r m oneta r y i ssues you face . -quite the way MMBB does. For ove r 100 years we've b een prov id ing reti r e m en t a n d !nsurance ben e fit s just for those who serve th e c hur ch. both ord a i ne d and lay. To learn more a b o ut M M BB a nd our exclu s i ve l y focused fin anc i a l p r oduc ts, visi t www.mmbb.org o r cal l . 1-800-986-6222. The b e t te r you p lan now the m ore comfo rt a b l e you'll b e h ereafte r REAL PlANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THAT'S OUR CALLING.

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Browning-Brunson Wedding Scenes Daffany Browning and Jerry Brunson, Jr. w ere m a r ried on Sept embe r 3, 2011 a t the Hilton T ampa Airpo r t W estshore Hot el. Rev. Oscar Johnson, Jr. w a s the officiatin g minister Parents of the bride a re Mary Browning and Kenneth Browning. Parents of the g room are Jerry A. Sr. and the late Bessie Brimson. T h e ri ng b ea r e r was K y ler Browning; voca l so l o i s t s, Audry Austin and Roshandia Mincey; and u s h ers, Steven Jackson, Jason Jackson, Franklin Lewis, Jr. and Arthur Wright. The couple 's rec eption fol lowed in the hOtel's Grand Ballroom. (Photos by Julia Jackson and George Streets) Wedding guests included the Andrews family-Mrs. Gloria Adams Andrews (center) and her grandchildren: Adam, Hermoine, and William. Back row: Ayla and C. Blythe Andrews, IV: W edding h'lle s t s included Tonia Turne r Sherita Woo d ard and Kenya Woodard. 0 0 (") -i 0 m m ..... 1\) 0 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery (Simone) Reddick and mother of the bride, Mrs. Mary Browning. Attending the Browning-Brunson wedding :::::: were: Julia Jackson, Herma White, Sadari Berry and Dr. Keith Berry. Impacting Holocaust Education in Florida USF genocide expert Edw ard Ki ss i tapped to serve on statewide task force on Holocaust education. *" -- ::: .-......... ..::::....t. By Barbara Melendez USF News TAMPA Fla There's a danger in seeing the Holocaust as incomprehensible, unique, mysterious or even as an event, according to Edward Kissi, a University of South Florida professor in the Department of Afr i cana Studies and an expert on the subject. The Holocaust and genocidal conflicts are not events. They are processes that have many things in common. The more we understand the process the better chance we have of stopping it," he said And it is genocide prevention that lies at the heart of Kissi's scholarly investigations into the history of the Holocaust. When Rosana Gatens, director of the Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Educa tion at Florida Atlantic Univers ity, and subcommittee chair of the Florida Commiss i on's Task force on Holocaust Education, invited Kissi to serve on the comm i ttee to update the statewide h i gh school curriculum, the professor didn't hesitate to accept. "As I was putting together our Curriculum Revision Committee, I wanted to be sure that our committee reflected scholarly expertise in Florida universities, especially on topi cs related to genocide ," said Gatens "Dr Kissi is widely known for his work in this field as well as his ability to translate the complexities of scholarship into idioms to students of all ages and backgrounds. As a genocide scholar who has studied the Holo caust extensively he is without doubt the best choice to help us develop a curriculum that reflects current scholarship on the Holocaust part i cularly and genocide generally." The committee Kissi is serv i ng on is reviewing the resource manual teachers of g r ades 9 through 12 use to comply with a Florida Statute to "teach efficiently and faithfully" the history of the Holocaust which took place between 1933 and 1945. The objective is to encourage "tol erance of diversity in a pluralistic society and for nurturing and protecting democratic values and institut i ons." A lofty goal and a daunting one as the days and decades since the Holocaust create an eve r -widening chasm one that only education can bridge. For children no less than young teachers the World War II years appear to be ancient times and of questionable relevance. For the generation that has made the decision to "never forget and to never let the l i kes of the Holocaust happen ever again, the responsibility to keep the lessons of that tragedy fresh is taken very seriously. The committee's work involves updating the bibliography and the concepts, making recommendations and then a group of teachers will be appointed to complete the cur riculum teachers will put to use in classrooms all over Florida. The new curriculum will be ready for implementation at the beginning of the new school year in 2012 or 2013, depending on the teachers' progress. Kissi, born and educated i n Ghana, has established a world-renowned reputation of his own as one of the handfl,.ll of experts on comparative genocide studies. He was called upon by the United Nations i n 2009 to contribute a discussion paper titled "The Holo caust as a Guidepost for Genocide Detection and Prevention in Africa" for the UN's landmark publication: The Holocaust and the United Nations Discussion Papers Jour nal. "The full story of the Holocaust is yet to be told and every child and every adult has the responsibility of helpi11g to pre vent a reoccurrence, Kissi said. But it can't be done without knowledge and underst a nding." Barbara Melendez can be reached at 813-97 4 4563. . UN IVER 'JTY OF S UTH FLOR l DA ----------------------------r-0 0 )> C/) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z "'tJ c: m r-(j) ::I: m 0 m < m < -i c: m C/) 0 )> z 0 0

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Local N Breakfast For New Teachers In East Tampa Schools CD 0 1-(.) 0 Evangeline R. Best coordinated the breakfast The East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership -Health Education and Social Services, Public Safety, Land Use Standing Committees C hosted breakfast in the cafeteria fE at Middleton High School. The 7th Annual Celebration breakfast was to welcome new teachers, principals and other supportive staff who are at schools in East Tampa, and to introduce them to each other. There were 140 new teachers, 6 administrators, 15 current principals, 14 honored employ ees and the 2011 Unsung Educator Heroines. Honored were Sarah Wynn, Delores Wheeler, Betty Wiggins, Evelyna Richardson, Gloria Andrews, Maxine Woodside and Cathy Wiggins. first time sponsors, 13 District Administration Representatives, 5 representatives from USF, Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Maxine Douglas, Ernestine Ponder, Elizabeth Wynn, Alberta Macon, Veterans of Foreign Wars (Lonnie Banks and Melvin Collins), Jo Norton and other community supporters. (Photos by BRUNSON) ..J w z t= z w (J) <( c a: 0 ..J LL Also represented were 25 new Left to right: Robert Blount of Abe Brown Ministries, Master of Ceremonies; Anthony Satchel, Area Director; Lewis Brinson, Assistant' Superintendent for Administration; Cathy Valdes, Chief Facilities Officer; School Board Chair Doretha Edgecomb, Gwen Luney, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services and Federal Programs; Henry "Shake" Washington, Area 4 Director; and Evan-geline "Van" Best. Program participants not shown included Pastor Menyan Adams, Major Gerald Honeywell, Chloe Coney, and Eugene, Carol and Tim Richardson. "" .. "t.." I f-<,. .. -With Speciql ' ,I From left, Jackie Walker, Margie Nickerson; Evangeline Best, Elizabeth Wynn, Eunice Butts and Elizabeth Futch at the breakfast for new teachers in East Tampa Phyllis Brewer, New Teacher Liaison and Derrick Gaines, Asst. Principal of Administration


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