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c c -a: Q ....1 LL. SEE PAGE 2 VOL. 67 NO. 17 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2011 24 PAGES 75 RECt!Vo oc-' 1 9 2011 USF Educator Retires To Pursue Other Interests Popular WIMP OJ DiesAner Lenuthv Dlness ManFaces40 Years For Drug Conspiracv Charge SEE PAGE 10 SEE PAGE 10 SEE PAGE 20 FASHION ABLE HATS ON PARADE Th e Gardenias of College Hill Church of God in Christ, Elder Charles Davis, Pastor, held "An Evening of Elegance" with fashionable hats on parade. The event was held at the College Hill Conference Center. Among those who donned fashionable attire were, left to right: Theordore Milton, Linda Milton, Jackie Taylor, Valerie Robinson, Thelma Canty, Clifford Canty and Elder Eddie Mathis. In the rear are: Minister Kevin Hobbs and Elder George Elpheage. (Photograph by Sylvester Harris}


E Features C\1 State Representative Introduces a: w m New Legislative Assistant State R epresentat i ve g Betty Reed recently nounced the hiring of a new Legislative assistant. He is c (f) replacing Michael Kinsey, W who left to return to school. ::) 1-Dewayne L. Mallory began his career in service as a member of the U.S. Army. He is a graduate of Florida A & M University, He contin ued his education at Florida A & M University, where he earned his J. D. Degree. Rep. Reed said he brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to this position New Legislative Assistant for Rep. Betty Reed and to the constituents of District 59. Voter Rights Restoration Meeting Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Each month, local and state organizations host Hillsborough Votes, which C is an effort to help convicted C: felons obtain their voting LL C rights. The meetings nor-Z mally take place on the 4th <( Tuesday of each month. This month, it will take place on Tuesday, October w 25th, from 12 noon until 3 p.m., a voter restoration > meeting will be held. The ffi meeting will be held at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr., PubC lie Library, 2607 E. Dr. w Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. :J During the meeting, some of the topics will include an o. explanation of the Clemency Z Board's new rules. They will tij also provide status informa::f tion on pending applica::l tions, and help those in m ...J w z i= z w (/') ( ICCID need of assistance with the Rights Restoration process Organizers ask that anyone seeking to initiate the restoration process to bring a copy of his or her court to ensure accu racy on the application. David VVitt spokesman for the ACLU Florida said, Our biggest problem is getting people to show up. There are more than 1 mil lion disenfranchised people in Florida," he said. He further stated that it is helpful for those planning to attend the meeting to RSVP becaus e that allows the organizers to know how many people will be needed to provide assistance. For additional information, contact Ms. Joyce Hamilton Henry, Director of Mid-Florida Regional Office of the ACLU, at (813) 288-8401. a: 0 ...J LL News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care Service SuPf'O'.'l and Help from the beginning to the end. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813 Toll Free 1 Available 24 Hours A /7Days A Week Mlcllelie 8 Inc. Communitv To Hold Candlelight Vigil For Clerk Killed During Robberv On October 12th at 3:12 p m., the owner of Sam's Food Mart, 4215 15th Street went into the store and found his clerk and sister-in-law, Marilyn Tejada, 53, on the floor with a gunshot wound to her upper body. She was transported to a local hospital in critical con dition. On October 13th, she died. No suspects have been identified in the shooting, and detectives are asking the public for help in solving the robbery /murder. Our Sisters/Our Friends, an organization founded by Sheilah Youngblood and Ola Abreu, will be hosting a candlelight vigil Wednesday MARILYN TEJADA night in honor of Ms. Tejada. "The store is in our com munity, and we feel a con nection with it and Ms. Tejada," said Mrs. Youngblood. "We did a lot of business there, ana she was loved by everyone around here Mrs. Youngblood said they want the community to come out and join them to show unity and outrage and to pledge their desire to see this kind of senseless vio lence stopped. "This could have been one of us, and we can't allow the person responsible to get away with this. We have to show everyone how intolera ble these acts are." The vigil will be held from 7 p. m. until 8 p.m. at the store. Aiken's Funeral Home is helping Ms. Tejada's fam ily with arrangements for a service. Rededication Ceremonv Held For Tax Collector's Building Mrs. Mary Alice Dorsett, center, is shown with Doug Belden, Hillsborough County Tax Collector, left, and Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn at the rededicatiQn ceremony of a building named in her honor. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Most individuals who are either native or longtime residents of Hillsborough County are familiar with the name of Mary Alice Dorsett. For decades, Mrs. Dorsett has dedicated her self to improving the quality of life for people in the county. Recently, Mrs. Dorsett took part in the rededication ceremony of a Tax Collec tor's Building Branch Office, named in her honor. The new office is at 3011 Univer sity Dr., Suite 150, (N. 30th St. and Bougainvillea). The first dedication took place in 2001, when the Tax Collector's Branch Office at the intersection of E. Busch Blvd. and N. Florida Ave. was dedicated in her name. Hillsborough County Tax Collector Doug Belden said he wanted to rededicate the building to the "'Woman of firsts.' Mrs. Dorsett is a true leader and role model and should be commended for her contributions in this community," Belden said. Mrs. Dorsett is known throughout the community as a hard-working community leader. She was the first African American to run for the state legislature, the first African American woman to establish an employment agency, and was Tampa's first bail bonds woman. I felt very humbled and grateful for this magnificent occasion and I am very, very grateful to each of the peo ple who made it possible I shall be eternally grateful to them for this rededication, Mrs. Dorsett said. Mrs. Dorsett credits her grandmother with instilling a need of service in her as a young child. My grandmother couldn't read or write. But she taught me more than the teachers I had because she had wisdom. "Ap.ything God gives is superior to what man gives you. It was Grandma's wisdom that taught me as far back as I could remember. She always told me that I would have to go to school, get an education, and help my people. She began her activism as a young woman. During her first campaign for office Mrs. Dorsett said she campaigned against six white men for the office of state legislator I made the runoff, but I didn't win. But, I became the first Black in the nation to be in a national race since Reconstruction," she said. Since that time; Mrs. Dorsett has dedicated her self to helping others. In 2007, a national magazine credited her with registering thousands of v oters with her door-to-door efforts.


Features 2 Man Arrested For Stabbing Son Over Can Ollima Beans ST. PETERSBURG --A 54-year-old man was arrested Friday morning after he al legedly stabbed his son sev eral times during an argument. He was charged with attempted first-degree murder. Shortly after 10 a.m., Fri day, police responded to 1825-1!2 lib Street, South. Upon their arrival, they dis co;vered that 26-year-old Donald Gilley, had been stabbed several times in the chest and abdomen with a folding blade pocket knife. Gilley was taken to Bayfront Medical Center as a trauma alert. He' underwent emergency surgery and was listed in critical, but stable condition. During interrogation, the suspect, identified as Donald Wynn, 54, admitted to commit ting the stabbing to investigators. The two reportedly became engaged. in an argument over some of Wynn's personal be longings that included a can oflima beans. Wynn became angry and allegedly stabbed Gilley sev eral times. Gilley is Wynn's biological son, but Gilley wears his mother's last name. The two were estranged until recently, police said. Wynn was booked into the Pinellas County Jail on a charge of attempted first-de gree murder. Entrepreneur oners Chance To Win Free Cruise During Gospel Show BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Steve Oakley said he moved to Tampa a few years ago uncertain about his future. However, Oakley said that eventually, the Lord began to reveal His plans and gave him a vision. As part of that vision, Oakley will sponsor a concert at the Center For Manifestation, 3102 E. Lake Avenue, beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, October 22, 2011. The event entitled, "Sounds Of Zion Gospel Choir Concert," will feature four choirs. They include the Bible-Based Fellowship Choir, of Carrollwood, the Deeper Life Choir, the Uni versity of South Florida Gospel Choir, and the Mount Olive Ministries Choir, of Bradley, Florida. In addition to the free concert, Oakley is also offer ing a chance for someone to win a free cruise. "As part of my ministry, I have always tried to give back to the community. The winner will be chosen from the people at the concert. Once they enter, they will be given a raffle ticket and the winner will be chosen during a draw ing," Oakley said. He stated that the cruise, valued at $1,000, is a 4-day cruise for two people. The cruise will not require a pass port. "The winner will receive a voucher that night to book with a travel agency. Every thing is already paid in full." Oakley said the word of STEVE OAKLEY Entrepreneur offering free concert and chance to win cruise God told him to write the vi sion and make it plain and that is what he did. Since that day, Oakley said he has de creed and declared that his larger vision would come into existence. In 2013, Oakley plans to open the doors of Praize Entertainment Lounge. "It was birthed out to serve as a venue for all Christians worldwide from all nationali ties and denominations, to reach the lost, heal the broken and lift up those who are lowly in spirit through gospel entertainment. "Praize Entertainment will serve as a haven where God's gifted nationwide will gather to create an atmosphere conducive for praise, worship, and glorifying our Lord and Savior in spirit and in truth," Oakley said. Following his destination, Oakley said he moved to Tampa in October 2008, leav ing behind all of his family and his only son, "without a clue of knowing what the pur pose and will of God was for my life here in Tampa." c Police Anempt To ldentitv Man Using Stolen Credit cards i Police seek identity of a man wh'o bas accumulated than $so,ooo in purchases with stolen credit cards. The Tampa Police Department is currently attempting to identify a suspect using stolen credit cards to make expensive pur chases. Police said the man has charged more than $50,000 on the stolen cards since earlier last month. According to police, charges to the credit cards were made on September 6th and September 28th. The suspect entered stores at both International Mall and Westshore Plaza. He report edly made purchases at highend department and jewelry stores at the malls and fled. Accorqing to police, last Tuesday,thesuspectcharged $13,000 in jewelry at Tiffany's. Police believe the suspect is obtaining the credit cards by gaining access to private areas of office suites. Once inside, the sus pect takes purses and wallets containing credit cards. He then immediately goes shop ping. Police have captured the image of a man using the. credit cards at both nialls. They are anyone with information leading to the identity of the suspect to contact the Tampa Police Department at (813) 231-6130. &i& Head Start Awareness Month til MindsNeedAHeadStart 1IJ 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 COUNlY &twloj eo-w;ubwti ::D r 0 ::D c )> CJ) m z ::! z m r aJ c: r r m ::! z "'D c: aJ r c;; :X m c m < m -4 c: m CJ) c )> z c ::D i5


.... editorials/Columns aS .... c a: LL c z < c en w 1-w > w c w l: en :::; m Cl. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Flor i da 33605 (813) 248-1921 Published Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901 (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930-2010 (1977) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL$-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44 .1l0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Governor Scon: oops, Did 1 sav Thatil' S ometimes, you feel like a nut. Sometimes, you don't. But honestly, we were wondering what Governor Rick Scott was feeling when he said on a recent radio program, "The bottom line is, I could argue that I don't have to create ANY jobs ... I just have to make sure we don' t LOSE jobs." Maybe, Scott heard fellow Republican and presidential candidate Herman Cain's wacky remark, "If you don' t have a job and you're not rich, blame yourself," and decided that he (Scott) could add his own blooper to this year' s long line of bleeps, goofs, and gaffs. Or maybe, when he laid out his so-called "bottom-line" comment, Rick Scott was as serious as a Republican heartache. It all started when Conservative radio talk-show host and Rick Scott bunky Bud Redinger (Bud Hedinger Live, on 540-AM, Maitland) reminded Governor Rick that during his campaign, Rick promised to produce 700,000 jobs in seven years (7-times-77?) while a Scott-hired economist predicted the Governor's promise would ad4 1 million jobs during the same time. z i= w ..I ..I ID Unfortunately for Bud, Governor Rick was not ...1 amused, turned on his buddy like a puff-adder, and snapped his famous "bottom-line" retort. Why, it was ali= most as bad as when the Governor recently told a group, Z which included USF anthropology students that Florida w en didn't need a whole lot more anthropologists. Said one of < the anthropology students, "Itjust shows a lack ofunderC standing." Perhaps, Governor Scott's bottom-line comment also ...1 shows a lack of understanding .. or maybe, what GoverLL nor Rick states or misstates, he actually means. In that case, maybe, we voters are the only ones who still don't understaild. Florida State legislature Meats Alice-In-Wonderland B y now, very little of what cei-tain of our legislators say surprises us. However, Republican Representative Brad Drake's not-so-tongue-in-cheek suggestion that Florida should embrace a firing squad, instead of using lethal to execute death row inmates reminds us ofthe Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland. "Off with their heads!" the Queen was heard to scream. No doubt, such fairy-tale histrionics have been picked up by Representative Drake whose look at Florida's legal wrangling over the inhumanity of lethal injections led him to suggest his so-called "final solution, a modest proposal that would see state convicts either lit up like Christmas trees, or lined up like conscripts in a Nazi death camp. -.:t Drake has a bill that, if passed, would end lethal W tion, and begin lightning rods or firing squads. Some of CJ his colleagues think it's funny. Drake says his suggestion rf was merely to make people think." The Great Job Debate T oday, there are more than 14 million unem. ployed Americans They are all races, all sexes, all ages and many of them are talented and educated. Why is this so? Whose fault is it? How do we solve it? u ap pears that nobody is quite sure. As a result, while people are unemployed, the great job debate goes on The debate starts with, who are the job creators in the United States? Some say it is the government. Some say it is small business Still others say it is the big, rich movers and shakers of the country. While that debate goes on, the unemployed say some body, anybody create some jobs. There is the argument that cutting taxes creates jobs. The opponents of that theory sa y cutting taxes does not create jobs. These people cite the Bush tax cuts as proof of this. I think everybody agrees that cutting payroll taxes certainly helps. Those in need of a job say they don't mind paying taxes if they just had a job that pays a livable wage. Both parties and most politicians agree that an out-dated tax code system is the big killer of job creation. With one voice, they say that these tax codes need to be rewritten. The problem is that nobody is doing anything about these alleged, outdated, job-killing tax codes. Not a single tax code has been changed yet. The pay check-less crowd says, darn it, then rewrite the tax codes, we need jobs. The Republican led House says they are for creating an at mosphere that creates jobs. Yet, their efforts are concentrated on banning abortion ; re-The Niagara Frontier: An Underground Railroad Network The state of New York had one of the most elaborate Underground Railroad (UGRR) networks for helping slaves who escaped slavery and who sought freedom in the North and Canada. New York ers opened their homes, farms, churches, and businesses as safe places for fugitive slaves to Free Blacks, white aboli tionists, boat captains, and so cial reformers throughout the state and especially in Niagara County, New York formed a coalition of slave havens and transportation referred to as the Niagara Frontier. In fact, there are at least 31 UGRR sites in New York that visitors can tour. Of the 31 sites, 10 are located in Niagara County, New York alone Among the Niagara County sites are: the David Barker Home; the McClew Farm (now Murphy Or chards); Hopkins Creek; Eighteen Mile Creek; Lockport Locks; and Erie Canal Cruises Building; Lockport YWCA, Main and Locust Streets (Lockport) The Thomas Root Home First Presbyterian Church, and the Main Maid Inn (Long Island). Today, we will visit a few of these sites. The David Barker Home, located on Quaker Road in Barker, New York, was the home of David Barker, founder of the Quaker commu nity and a conductor" on the UGRR. The Quakers were very active and supportive of the UGRR Movement in both Ohio and New York. The McClew Farm (now Murphy's Orchard, a pick your-own apple, pear and plum farm) was established by Charles and Libby McClew in 1850. Located 25 miles east of Niagara Falls, the barn holds the entrance to a secret underground room used to hide fugitive slaves on their way to Canada. Buried 13 feet beneath the floor of the barn, the brick lined room with an 8foot brick lined arched ceiling was covered by a trap door. Pipes leading from the ceiling to the outside air kept the room ventilated. When found in the 198o's the floor of the pealing the Affordable Health care bill, dismantling Social Security, getting rid of Medicare and turning Medi caid over to the states. The job debate is inter rupted long enough to ask the question, where are the jobs? Every poll taken says the number one concern of Amer ican citizens is job creation. Both Republicans and Democ rats need to put aside their pol itics and dedication to special interest groups and do what is best for America and its peo ple. Enough of the job de)late. Americans cannot afford to wait until after the 2012 elec tion to go back to work. Con gress people get paid handsomely every month, and their benefits are being paid. So, what do they care? Voters need to remember this. They also need to remember that no single individual is sin. gularly responsible for the high unemployment rate or the cre ation of jobs. Our federal gov ermrtent doesn t work that way There should be no de bate that both the President and Congress are responsible for creating jobs. room was littered with arti facts and debris belonging to the slaves who hid there Fugitive slaves also were hidden in the Thomas Root Home in Pekin, New York. Located near the McClew farm, the Root Home was the last site to be used to hide slaves. Transporting the slaves in farm wagons carrying pro duce, the Roots -and MeClews took slaves to the edge of the Canadian border. The Main Maid Inn, a restaurant in Jericho on Long Island, once was the home of the Valentine Hicks family known to transport fugitive slaves across the Long Island Sound. The home had a fake cupboard door (which still ex ists), which hid a set of stairs leading to a hidden crawl space in the attic. The build ing's cellar also had a hidden passageway behind a wall leading outdoors. Hopkins Creek and Eight een Mile Creek were routes used by fugitive slaves leaving the McClew Farm. These creeks led to the Thomas Root Home and the Erie Canal in Lockport respectively. In Lockport, fugitives used an underground tunnel lead ing to boats which took them to Canada or found refuge in Quaker homes and churches. Tourists would need to spend a week in Niagara County alone just to visit each of these sites. No doubt, such a trip would be awe-inspiring, as well as history-correcting. Harambee. So was Adolf Hitler's sugnestion about putting millions of Jews before a firing squad supposedly only an idea to make people think. Unfortunately, when people stopped thinking, they began doing. Obviously, Representative Drake either does not understand the severity of the spoken word, or is cloaking within his noble status a blood-lust to turn the state of Florida back to the Dark Ages.


Horoscopes Libra (Sept. 22) -Giv e in to your urge to tra vel y et w atch c a refull y for obstacles a l ong the road. Be prepared for devi a tions The y can reveal unexpected delights. Getting lost can be fun -Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Alwa y s look on the bright side e v en when confronting troubled waters. Trust your intu ition and ask for what y ou need. A distant contact comes through. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Surround yourself with special people now mainl y those who support your dreams. Don t mix mone y with friendship. Go for balance and harmony, and share music to find it. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Writing and recording profits. Poetic wordplay infuses your efforts. Allow yourself to obsessed by details. Make a decision. Do t;he work. (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Powerful action moves a p r oject forward. There s writing involved, and behind-the sc;enes strategizing Disruptions arise. Let your guide you. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-An older female provides partnership Listen to the logic of other team members, and craft a solid plan. Impediments slip away. It may not seem fair, but say yes anyway. Aries (March 21-April19)-Heed the voice of experience and get expert advice if you need. Avoid misunderstandings by being extremely clear. Say it twice to get the message across. Taurus (April2o-May 20)-Communication challenges could throw y ou off course. Where there's a problem there s a solution. Conscious listening creates understanding. Focus y our energy there. Gemini (May 21-June 21) -There could be some ten sion but y ou can overcome it b y using your wits. First figure out what y ou want (this can be the tricky part), and then ask for it clearl y Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Be patient (with y ourself), and y ou ll be rewarded soon. Pay special attention and watch for hidden agendas to avoid miscommunication. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -It' s party time but make sure that y ou take good care of y our health. Moderation is a good rule. Physical exercise works wonders to clear the mind and re fresh your vitality. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-Inventing something com pletely unprecedented may not occur without controversy. Con flict is not always a bad thing. Learn from mistakes and expand boundaries. Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Katie voices her feelings regarding Steffy even though they differ from Bill's; Brooke be gins to suspect that Bill' s involved in the Hope, Liam and Steffy love triangle. Bridget is welcomed home by her family after being on an extended Hawaiian vacation; Nick questions Jackie s motives; Brooke confronts Steffy about the events that took place in Colorado; Bridget makes a heartfelt confession to Eric and ruck. Jackie welcomes Owen back from his trip with a romantic evening and important news; Bridget gets an unex pected visit from Nick, who interrogates her and then remi nisces with her. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Marlena takes drastic measures by confronting Stefano; Jennifer measures the merits of her two suitors; Carrie and Austin vow not to let John' s case come between them; Bo and Hope's investigation into Alice's past brings them to Maggie. A new account puts Sami head-to-head with an old foe; new evidence surfaces in John' s case, possibly making Carrie and Austin's truce short-lived; Abigail finds Melanie in an awkward moment with Chad; Chad tells Sonny there's problem with their Web site. John fears Abe's loyalty will cost him the election; Victor makes a mysterious phone call ; Daniel and Jack wonder who will get the first date with Jennifer; Maggie is unsure of how to find the missing eggs. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Steve makes an important an nouncement; Jason and Sam face off with Carly and Shawn ; everyone's excited about Matt's celebration. Maxie fishes out Anthony ; Lulu is overwhelmed with emotion; Lisa makes her move Matt and Liz get close; Jason and Carly exchange words ; Spinelli sees a light at Wyndemere. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Victor's killer is revealed; John con fronts Brody and requests his weapon for testing. Rex and Aubrey start to bond; Bo and Nora discuss dropping the charges against Todd; Ford is surprised when Jessica accepts his invitation to Capricorn. Tina is remorseful and attempts to prove it to Natalie by offering to plan her wedding; Todd and Starr come face-to-face. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS-Sofia is shocked by Mal c olm 's action s ; Ph y lli s is jealous of Avery's relation s hip Billy begs Kevin for help in visiting Delia; Victoria debates signing divorce papers. Tucker and Devon are angry about Harmony s new living arrangements; Gloria gets bad news about Jeffrey. ictures Friends and family galhered to enjoy a picnic in the backyard. They are (L-R): Dr. Margaret Fisher, Mrs. Evelyn W. Daniels and Mark Alexan-. der. Clarence Fort; former president of ilie' viliage Foundation was captured by the "Around The Town" Sentinel photographer while attending a chilrch service. Mrs. Mary Fleming, Mr. LeRoy Fleming; Mrs. E. N. Cusseaux and Dr. Clarence Hill, enjoyed a local event together. Deacon Huff, Deacon Green and Deacon Pallet participated in a walk-a-thon that was sponsored by St. John Fellowship Church. 'TI 5 :lJ g (/) m z m r OJ c: r r gJ z "tt c: OJ c (/) ::t m c m )> z c 'TI :lJ


c a:: LL c z <( c en w ::J 1-> a: w > w c w ::J:' en :::::i m ::J ll. z w ...J ..J ::J m ...J w z z w en <( c a:: 0 ...J I About You! Happy Binhday ANTONIO, a.k.a., HEAD And TRINA Happy birthday to Head, my soul mate. Someone had to have the other half of my heart, I am glad it is you. I told you all it was about Head! Happy Birthday LL Happy 18th birthday my baby girl, TeeBabii. God gave me a ble ss ing 18 ago Celebration Travie Tomlin Celebrates Birthdav At local Nightspot Trayie Tomlin celebrated her birthday recently with family and friends at the new Celebrity's. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Passione Lovett was a guest at the party. SIMIE Our Militar.Y Mery And Women Completes Basic Combat Training Army National Guard Pvt. Oriella J. Fitts has completed all requirements and graduated from Basic Combat Training. The ceremony took place at Fort Leonard VVood, in VVay-nesville, Mo. Pvt. Fitts is the daughter of Brenda J. Fitts, of Brandon, and Carl D. Fitts, of Tampa. She graduated from Tampa Bay Technical High School in 2004. Two With Ties To Bav Area Among Fort Sill Graduates Two former bay area resi dents recently completed re quireme nts and graduated from Basic Combat Training. They completed the training at Fort Sill, in Lawton, Okla homa. Army Pic. Antonio A. Candela and Army Reserve Pic. Bailey A. Katz com pleted the nine-week training course that included Army history first aid, rifle marks manship weapons use, exer cises in drill and ceremonies, and other areas. Pic. Candela is the son of Arnold. and Renee Candela, of Tampa and a 2011 graduate of Alonso High Local School. .6 Pic. Katz graduated from the split-option enlistment program. The program allows high school students to attend basic training between their junior and senior years. They will be assigned to their re serve or National Guard units during tpeir senior year and attend their advanced individ ual training upon graduation from high school. Pic. Katz is the daughter of Marylou Kivler, of Brooksville, and Jody Katz, of Tampa. She is a student at Hernando High School, in Brooksville. 1 ,. I Possible Sinkhole Closes Section 01 Sligh Avenue According to transportation officials a possible sinkhole has closed a section of Sligh Avenue betWeen soth Street and Wildwood Drive. Officials said the crac_k was reported at 5208 East Sligh Avenue Asphalt in the street reportedl y has a long, wide crack and offi cials said that may indicate a sinkhole underneath the surface A Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office cruiser barricades a section of Sligh Avenue where a possible sinkhole was reported: Food Stamp Use Up 50% According to st a tistics at least half-a-million Tampa Bay area residents would have gone hungry last y ear if it weren t for food stamps. Records show the U S. Department of Agriculture spent nearly $750 million to feed residents of Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties in 2010. That represented an increase of so% from 2009 ; Nationally, food stamp spending was up about 25% from 2009 to 2010. Since the economy took a nose dive in 2008, food stamp use has reached an all-time high across the country, Also, federal spending on other safety net programs has grown little, if at all, according to the U. S. Census Bureau. According to a disability attorney, food stamps have grown because they are available to anyone living in poverty.


Local c c Senator Files }< Bill Restricting 8 Shackles 01 Preunantlnmates ...... With rare e x ceptions fe male prisoners who are pregnant, in labor, or in recovery would no longer be subject to shackling under legislation filed this week by Senator Arthenia Joyner (D Tampa). Senate Bill 524 Health y Pregnancies for In carcerated Women Act w ould add Florida to the growing list of states that have. enacted sim ilar bans. The Federal Bureau of Prisons and the U. S. Mar shals Service already restricts the shackling of women during labor. Restraints on women espe ciall y during delivery, not only threaten the life of the mother but the baby. While I understand concerns for security I want to ensure that the law is clear and that humane treatment is guaranteed as best we can, Senator Joyner said. Under the legislation, shackling of pregnant women and those giving and immedi ately following birth, would be restricted. Exceptions to the ban would be allowed under e xtraordinary circumstances. Those circumstances would have to be documented in writ ing by the corrections official within 10 days of authorizing the use of restraints FYI 2011 Fall Preview Educauonal Field Trip The Florida A&M Univer sity Division of Student Affairs Annual Fall Preview will be on Saturday, November 5, 2011, 9:30 a. m. -2:30 p. m. The purpose of this pro gram is to provide an opportu n i ty for prospective students to learn about academic pro grams at FAMU meet admin istrators faculty staff and students as well as tour the c a mpus. F AMU grad D ay l e Gr ee n i s c oo r d i nating a bus t trip with Roa d Read y Tour s for m i ddl e or high sc hool stude n ts and t h eir parents/ gua rdi a n s The deadline to reserve a space is Friday, Octo ber 28, 2011. For more in forma ti on, ca ll Greene at (813) 732 3268 N 0 ...... ...... r-0 ::D c > CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ c r r-z ., c m r-(i) ::I: m c m < m c: m CJ) c > z c c


Local oO ,.. a: w lXI 0 1-(.) 0 >= < c en w ::::> 1-Woman Plans To Feed 1,000 Homeless, Elderlv, Needv People Ms. Altemese McNealy and her group of helpers are planning to feed 1,000 homeless, elderly and needy people a PreThanks giving Dinner oh Saturday, November 19, 2011. The event will be held at the Econo Lodge and Con vention Center, 820 E. Busch Blvd. (33612), 11 a. m. 5:30 p. m. Service begins at 1 p. m., with prayer service by Elder Wanda Wilson of the House of God Church. A host of speakers from the Fire Dept., Police Dept., Health Dept., Francis House and others will also address sponsorships and donations from the community. "I just want to make this another wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday for the homeless, elderly and the needy," she said. This year, Ms. McNealy is hoping that she'll be able to feed 1,000. Last year, they fed more than 400 at the church. Ms. MeN ealy is asking for donations of raw foods and raw vegetables, cooked foods and vegetables, clothes, shoes, volunteers to transport an:d cash dona tions. the attendees. For additional informa tion and directions, please call Ms. McNealy at (813) 368-9138 or Gil Horn at (813) 484-0321, or email your donation to grandpa johns@ymail.com. C Ms. McNealy says she is fE the original founder of Feed -c the Homeless and Needy. Z Sirice 1973, she has been < sponsoring this dinner with generous contributions, c en w ::::> 1-w > w c w l: en ::::i lXI ::;) Q. z i= w ... ... ::::> lXI "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself' HOUSE OF RESTORATION CHURCH OF GOD, INC. 1605 E. Hillsborough Ave.* Tampa, FL33610 (813) 374-8915 Motorcvclist Killed In TraHic Accident A 55-year-old Tampa man died last week after being in volved in a traffic accident. The accident took place at the intersection of E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., and N. 26th Street. According to police, the accident took place shortly after 2 p.m., Friday. Russell F. Whaley was driving his motorcycle west bound on E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., at an undetermined rate of speed. He was at the intersection ofN. 26th Street, when a Ford Focus, driven by Ms. Carlotta Jenkins, struck his motorcycle. Ms. Jenkins, 32, was reportedly making a turn onto N. 26th Street from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Whaley was transported to Tampa General Hospital, Russell Whaley was killed driving his motorcycle on N. 26th Street and Martin Luther King Blvd. (Photography by BRUN SON). where he died as a result of his injuries. Ms. Jenkins was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, where she was treated for minor injuries and released, police said. The accident remains under investigation, and no charges had been filed as of press time. ASAlH And Saunders librarv Groups Meet Saturdav The Tampa Bay Chapter of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH) and the Robert W. Saunders Public Library Foundation (RWS), Inc., will meet Satur day afternoon, October 22, 2011, at the C. Blythe An drews, Jr. Library, 2607 E. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd ASALH will hold its monthly meeting there at 12:30 p. m., while the RWS Library Foundation will hold its first annual meeting at 3 p. m. Members of both ASALH and RWS invite the public to join them in C. Blythe Andrews' Matthew Gregory Room for these meetings. The 12:30 ASALH meet ing will include a report on the group's 96th Annual Conference held October 5-9 in Richmond, VA. ASALH was founded in 1915 by Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the founder of Black History Month. Satur day's meeting will also in clude "A Moment in Black History." Tampa's 3 p. m. RWS JOE. STINES .. ;Director, library Services Libary Foundation meeting will feature Library SerVices Director Joe Stines, who will give an update on Saun ders' future $7.8 million African American Research Library and Cultural Center. The new facility will open in 2014 at 1505 N. Nebraska Ave. The meeting will op?.n with a 12:.minute video showing Broward County's 10-year-old African American Research Library and Cultural Center in Ft. Laud erdale, a model for the new Saunders. For information on either meeting, call Fred Hearns (813) 991-7981.


c New Victorv Baptist Church 9th Anniversary Celebration New Victory Baptist Church celebrated its gth anniversary Sep tember 25, 2011. The guest speaker for the 11 a. m service was the church's founder and former pastor Rev. Fred Gilbert. (Photos by Julia Jackson) celebrating the 9th' anniversary of New Victory Baptist Church, former pastor, Rev. Fred and Mrs. Vanessa Gilbert and the current pastor and wife, First Lady Dedra Nathan and Rev. Clarence Nathan. Ge?rge and Noretta Shivers were among the visiting guests. Member Penny Williams preparing for the celebration. Singing soulman and disc jockey 'Floyd Joy' Rivers and Walter New Victory member Car-Drake. olyn Gilbert. October 23, 2011 4:00 Beulah Baptist Institutional Church Rev. W. James Favorite, Pastor 1006 W. C ress Street 813 251-3382 Members Keith and Justin Anderson. The Minister of Music is Michael Williams. (') d OJ m J:J "T1 r-0 :!:! c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-OJ C:. rr-!!I z ""C c: OJ r-c;; :::1: m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 :!:! c


N ex) .,... a: w m (.) 0 c en w ::J 1-c a: LL c z < c en w ::J 1-w > w c w :::1: en ::i m ::J ll. z i= w ..... ..... ::J m USF Educator Retires To Open Another Chapter In Her lite BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Dr. Paulette Walker moved to Tampa 22 years ago and made a life for her self and her famil y Recently, she retired from the Univer sity of South Florida. She de scribes those 20 years as being "All in all, a good jour ney." Her philosophy is, "If the sun sets on one chapter, it is because it is rising on another." In February 1990, Mr. and Mrs. James (Dr Paulette) Walker moved to Tampa from their native home of Detroit Michigan They planned to raise their two sons here. A former classroom teacher, Dr. Walker began working on a part-time basis with the University of South Florida in August 1990. A year later she was hired as a full time emplo y ee Three years after arriving here, Dr. Walker's hus band died, and she suddenly found herself hundreds of miles away from family. However, she had developed a strong support system in Tampa and had no desire to move back to Michigan. She continued to make a life for herself and her chil dren. And, although she has retired as an Advisor and Counselor in the Department of Education, she plans to tri;lvel, but her travels will al-DR. PAULETTE WALKER ... Retires from the University of South Florida wa y s bring her home to Tampa. Now that her time is her own, she plans to spend more time with her famil y She is the mother of two adult sons. She is grand mother to five granddaugh ters and three graJ;ldsons. Dr. Walker is the only child of the Mrs. Helen Felton and the late Otis Felton. Dr. Walker, 63 is a member of Mount Olive A. M. E. Church, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and sev eral professional, civic, and social organizations. She en joys reading and sewing. Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! 8131 623 Popular WIMP OJ Passes After He gained fame in the late 1970s as one of the area s top disc jockeys, and that fame carried on into the 1990s. Roosevelt Moore, Jr., known on the radio waves as J. Moore, passed away Sun day at his Progress Village home. He was 6o. Moore was the oldest of 10 children, and grew up in the College Hill area before relocating to Progress Vil lage. He is a 1968 graduate of Middleton High school, and family members said his radio skills date back to 1979. Moore's gift and strength was working in the broadcast radio industry, and from the numerous awards he re ceived, he was quite good at ROOSEVELT MOORE "JMOORE" it. Moore, who would have celebrated his 61"1 birthday November 3rd, worked at WRXB radio _in St. Peters burg from 1992 until 1994, then joined the staff of WTMP in 1994 as a radio an nouncer. He stayed on until 1996 when he was diagnosed with a serious heart ailment In 1983, Moore won an award as the top DJ at some of the biggest clubs in Tampa and appeared in two national magazines. In 1984 he was named Music Direc tor of the Year in the Tampa Bay area. Moore spent a lot of time in the hospital since 1997, and had surgery last Tues day. His mother was at his side when he passed away. Ray Williams Funeral Home is meeting with the family to assist with arrange ments and the details will be released at a later date. 'Take A loved One To The Doctor' Health Fair A Success The "Take A Loved One To The Doctor Health Fair was held at W algreens, Hillsbor ough Ave. and 22nd St on Friday, September 30, 2011. Several health agencies sponsored the event. (Photography by BRUNSON) Walter Niles and Cindy Hoskins, R. N. assisted with the health fair. Walgreens staff Cris Austin at the health "fair Walgreens staff Andre Nelson and Jonathan Putkin. Dr. Ngozi. Benyard, Dr. Mellisa Gray and Mary Moore, Senior Tech, offered screenings and consultation. These health officials are: Dr. Faith Felder, Dr. Jenny Chamblain, Pam D. Johnson, HSR, Carlos A. Mercado and Lorranine Pedro, County Health Dept


Local c! New Dimensions 01 Faith Pastoral Anniversarv Celebration New Dimensions of Faith Fellowship Church held its Pastoral Anniversary Celebration on September 251h. The theme was "It's Your Time," Isaiah 40:31. The program honored the services of Pastor Menyan Adams. The guest speaker was Rev. Belinda 0. Williams. Program participants were Minister J. C. Richardson, Timothy Richardson, Eldress Crystal Judkins, Pastor Alicia Garvey, Heather Stewart, Children's Ministry, Joshua King, Craig Thompson, Sylvia Hallengshed, Mother Evelyna Richardson, Sheila Atkins, Sonya Sims, Mother M. Frances Malcolm, Minister Janice Woodall. (Photos by Julia Jackson) The Pastoral Anniversary Celebration honored Pastor Menyan Adams and her husband, Elder Anthony Adams. The guest speaker, center, Rev. Belinda 0. Williams was by her sister, Sylvia Hallenshed, left. They are shown with Mother Evelyna mother of Pastor Adams. Greeters of New Dimensions of Faith Fellowship Church: Sonya-Sims, Heather Stewart and Melissa Jones. Not shown, Shelia Atkins. Praise and worship leader, member Minister J. C. Richardson, right, with musician Antliony "Butch" Pryor. Family celebrating their pastor's anniversary: Jimmy, Jr.; Joshua King, Sonya Sims and Ralph Williams, Jr. Coalition 01100 Black Women leadershiP luncheon The National Coalition of 100 Black Women Tampa Bay Chapter 2nd Annual Leadership Luncheon was held at the Sheraton Suites Hotel Sept. 24, 2011. The luncheon theme was "Women on the Move : Leading And Exploring Educational Change." The keynote speaker was Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed, President, Bethune-Cookman University : She was introduced by Gina Sanders, B-CU Alumnae. The Mistress of Cer emony was Janee Murphy, Vice Presid ent, East Tampa Business And Civic Associa tion The Unsung Heroines were introduced by Freddie Hudson and Doris Scott. Hon ored were: Katie McGill (Economic Empowerment), Betty Mann (Education), Linda Paige (Health) and Ann Porter (Political Action). Program participants in cluded: Ida Campbell, Chair; Jacqueline Wilds, Sandra R. B. Bell, Pavonne Scott, Renee Cocroft, Bethune-Cookman alumni and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, presentations; Jean Collins, Lonnie M. Carson, and Janice London, President. (Photos by Julia Jackson) State Representative Betty Reed with B-CU President, Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed, keynote speaker. Lillian Stringer of the Tampa Housing Authority Coalition member, Fan.: was also in attendance. nie Stone. Luncheon guests Audrey Coston and Cynthia Jolly. c ?< 0 0 d m m :D ., r 0 :D c )> CJ) m z ::::t z m r m c: r r m ::::t z "tJ c: m r-u; :I: m c m < m :D < c: m CJ) c )>' z c ., :D 6 ...a. ...a.


,... a: w m FAMU's Homecoming Scenes (.) 0 Tampans took to the highi:t way the weekend of October 7th as the Rattlers of Florida W A&M University held :::J 1-Homecoming. The fans c a: LL. c z made their way back to Tampa disappointed as the Rattlers lost to the Bisons of Howard University in the last seconds of the game. Tampans attended the game, the annual FAMU Alumni Party hosted by former Tampans, Melvin and Pam Stone at their Tallahassee home, and the after party that the Tampans host. (Photos by Julia Jackson) <( Two presidents: Dr. James Ammons, current president of FAMU, and Dr. Walter Smith, 7th president of the university. c w :::J I-ii: w > w c w :I: w ::::i m :::J D.. z i= w ...J ...J :::J m ...JIL------'-' Proud parents of a Marching 100 member, Linda and Jeffery j:::: Belle and Lakeisha Pierce. z a: 0 ...J LL. C'll ,... w A family affair: J. Hollis, Justina, Sheila and Peter Jackson. 0 Rattler alumni fans Waddell and Windell if Robinson. Former Tampan, now of Atlanta, Rattler Andre White. Tampa alumni Fred, unites with the Marching 100 during the halftime festivities. Party host and Tampa native, Melvin Stone. Tampan Noble Sissie. Barbara and Dr. Walter Smith were in attendance-at the gaine. He wears a medallion presented to the 5 presidents of F AMU to celebrate 110 years. Atty. Warren Hope Dawson and Freddie Moore were in Tallahassee for the Homecoming events. Die-hard Rattler alumni, Robert and Donna Cason. FAMU Rattlers and B-CU Wildcats together at the game: Carolyn McCon, James Carrington, Harold Williams, Dr. Homer Smith and Barbara Fpller. Tampa F AMU alumni, Ray and Darele Campbell at the residence.


c Former Mavor Writes Book On LeadershiP Pam Iorio, immediate past City of Tampa Mayor, has become an author and motivational speaker Ms. Iorio plans to release her book on leadership, entitled "Straightforward: Ways To Live And Lead," next month. Ms. Iorio has amassed more than three decades of experience in the field of pub lic service. Prior to becoming a two-term mayor, she served as the Hillsborough County Supervisor of Elections. She launched her career in poli. tics as a Hillsborough County PAM IORIO Commissioner at the age of 26. Ms. Iorio, 52, explores effective leadership. She also writes about her own experi ences as a seasoned politi cian. The 152-page book re flects on her challenges with the budget, massive layoffs, severe budget cuts, the deaths of four police officers during her tenure as mayor and some of the greatest obstacles she faced while in office. She currently serves as a guest lecturer at the Univer sity of Tampa. Tampa Could Be In_ Path 01 Tropical Storm According to the Ruskinbased National Weather Service, a low-pressure system that developed near Mexico will bring rain and wind to the Tampa Bay area. The system, referred to as an "invest," has a so% chance of becoming a tropical storm. However, forecasters do not expect the system to develop into a hurricane. The system is expected to produce rain in the Tampa Bay Area, beginning on Monday. Forecasters are predicting an So% chance of rain on Tuesday. The rain should end on Wednesday and the latter part _of the week will most likely be dry. The National Weather Service has issued an advi sory for small boat crafts because of winds as strong as 20 knots. The winds moving in With the weather system could push a red tide outbreak in Southwest Florida into the bay area, forecast ers said. High levels of red tide have been registered in the Gulf of Mexico off Lee County after a red bloom that formed two weeks ago off Sarasota moved south to Captiva Island. Last week, fish kills were reported off the coast of Lee and Char lotte counties. Plant Citv Bing House Museum Opens BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor In June, members of the Plant City community kicked off a fundraiser to restore an historic rooming house. The Glover School and Bing Rooming House Museum are the only National African American Landmarks in Hillsborough County The Plant City Bing Rooming House Museum is located at 205 South Allen Street. The Restoration Proj ect members have set a goal of $6s,ooo to finish the inte rior restoration. So far, they have raised $16,125. When the fundraiser kicked off, the organization was seeking to find 2,000 in dividuals who would donate $25 each. The Improvement League of Plant City, Inc., a not-for-project; launched the project. So far, 28 donors have contributed $16,500 for the renovation project Planners are hoping to reach 1,972 donors to reach their goal. The Bing Rooming House is the largest remain ing structure the Lincoln Park Neighborhood of Plant City. During its heyday it provided overnight accommodations to Blacks during the segregation era. The museum is open for touring on Tuesday and Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The museum honors the late Mrs. Janie Wheeler Bing. Mrs. Bing married Elijah Bing, and was the mother of three children, and four grandchildren. Upon her death in 1984, at the age of 95, she willed the structure to her grandchil dren. In 1999, her grandson, James VVashington, deeded the property to the Improvement League of Plant City, Inc., as a Life Es tate. The Improvement League of Plant City, Inc. was formed in 1982 as a non-profit, grass-roots or ganization committed to improve and develop substandard and underserved communities of Plant City. For more information call (813) 704-sSoo. Soldier Servinaln Afghanistan, Makes Surprise Visit 0 0 0 m m :::D Staff Sgt. Christopher Hill is shown with his Wife, Frances, and children, Chrislyn, Christopher, and Christian. After several months of planning, Staff Sgt. Christopher Hill and his wife, Frances, accomplished something their three children are not likely to forget. Sgt. Hill "appeared" during a visit at Busch Gardens. For the past seven months, Sgt. Hill has served in Afghanistan. But, instead of just coming home, he and his wife decided on reuniting the family at Busch Garden. Last Friday, the children, Chrislyn, 6, Christopher, 4, and Christian, 1, visited Sesame Street Safari of Fun's Show, A is for Africa." As the show came to an end, it was announced a spe cial guest and Sgt. Hill appeared. He is assigned to MacDill Air Force Base. "TT r' 0 :::D C ::&> 0 m z :::! z m r-Cell Phone Collection B .enefits Domesti. c Violence Victims m c: rrm :::! z 'tJ c: m r-m c m < m Verizon Wireless is partnering with Datz, a popular South Tampa eatery, to col lect no-longer-used cell phones and accessories to benefit local domestic vio lence victims, in honor of Datz employee who was killed earlier this year in a domestic violence incident. During the month of Oc tober, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Datz will offer special deals to customers donating used cell phones, in any condition from any carrier. Verizon Wireless will then provide a monetary contribu-tion to The Spring of Tampa. Bay, a local domestic violence c: shelter, for each phone col-rn lected. C ::&> z c In April 2011, Datz em ployee Melissa Morrison was killed during a domestic dispute in qer home. This in-"TT cident spurred co-workers to honor her memory through initiatives like the Verizon < Wireless HopeLine program. For more information on the HopeLine program, please visit http://www. vzw.com -/hopeline.


Sport5 a: w m (.) Bucs Take Over NFC South lead With Win 0 JOSH FREEMAN The Tampa Bay Buccan eers put behind them the 483 disaster they suffered a week ago against the San Francisco 49ers, and now have sole possession of first place in the NFC South. Although the Buccaneers and New Orleans Saints C have identical 4-2 records, fE the Bucs have a half-game C lead after their thrilling 26-Z 20 win Sunday at Raymond injured LeGarertt Blount ffi rushed for w9 yards. > The Buc defense picked off Saints quarterback Drew w Brees three times, and Tanard Jackson made :::i sure everyone knew he was m back with a 16-'yard interK ception return. z The Bucs drew first blood i= when Da'Quan Bowers recovered a fumble that led S to a Connor Barth 48-yard m field goal. The Saints ...J EARNEST GRAHAM answered with Brees tossing a 38-yard touchdown strike to Marques Colston putting them up 7-3. In the s econd quarter, Freeman unleashed a 6syard strike to Arrelious Benn for a touchdown and the Bucs took the lead back, 10-7 In the fourth quart;er, the Saints went for a 4th and 2 with 3:16 left in the game That play blew up when Brees was picked off b y Quincy Black in the end zone. The major injury of the game occurred to Saints head coach Sean Payton, who sustained a leg injury when he was rolled up on while standing on the side line. Before the Bucs had time to rest, they were boarding a plane and heading for London, England where they will face the Chicago Bears this Sunday at Wimbley Stadium. The game has been sold out w -------------------------------------------z i= z w en w 0 2011 Buccaneer Schedule PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 14-31 L August 27 Dolphins 17-13 W September 1 @ Redskins 24-29 L REGULAR SEASON September 11 Lions 20-27 L September 18 @ Vikings 24-20 W September 25 Falcons W October 3 Colts 24-1'7 W October 9 @ 49ers 3-48 L October 16 Saints 26-20 W October 23 Bears 1 :00 October 30 Bye November 6 @ Saints 1 :00 P.M. November 13 Texans 1 :00 P.M. November 20 @ Packers 1 :00 P.M. November 27 @ Titans 1 :00 P.M. December 4 Panthers 1 :00 P.M. December 11 @ Jaguars 1 :00 P.M. December 17 Cowboys 8:00P.M. December 24@ Panthers 1:00 P.M. January 1 @ Falcons 1 :00 P.M. MVPRose BlamesNBA owners for Lockout DERRICK ROSE CHICAGO -Derrick Rose says blame for the NBA' s current labor impasse rests squarely with team owners, not players. "It' s very sad, but everybody knows it' s not our fault, the Chicago Bulls point guard and reigning NBA most valuable player said Saturday. "If it was up to us we'd be out there play ing. I think that is wrong and I know they could easily take care of it. The 23 year-old Bulls star talked about the lockout and his training regimen during downtow n appearances introducing a new adidas shoe line. Rose said the NBA lockout, which has wiped out training camp, exhibition games and the early part of the regular 2011-12 season, has been frustrating Deion Sanders Accepts Hall OIFameRinu DEION SANDERS ATLANTA -Deion Sanders returned to the city he called his NFL home to accept his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring on Sunday. Falcons owner Arthur Blank 'noted Sanders became the first Atlanta player in the hall and said Sanders body of work repre sented "the very best" of the NFL. Sanders asked fans "What time is it?" The fans respond ed "Prime Time!" Sanders replied: "I love you. This is my home I'm a Falcon. God bless you." After playing his first five seasons w ith the Falcons, Sanders also played for San Francisco Dallas, Washing ton arid Baltimore. Ex-Con Wins Pro Boxing Debut DEWEY BOZELLA LOS ANGELES -Dewey Bozella has won his pro boxing debut at 52 years old, beating Larry Hopkins by unanimous decision on Saturday night Wrongfully convicted of murder, Bozella spent 26 years in prison before he was exonerated in 2009. The New York native became the light heavyweight champion of Sing Sing while earning two college degrees behind bars. Golden Boy Promotions ful filled Bozella's by putting hirri on the undercard of Bernard Hopkins' bout with Chad Dawson. His victory punctuating by a devastating punch to Larry Hopkins' head at the final bell brought the crowd its feet I used to lay in my cell and dream about this happening," Bozella "It was all worth it. It was my dream come true." Bozella was convicted of killing 92-year-old Emma Crapser on her way home after a night out playing bingo. He maintained his innocence throughout a quarter-century behind bars, even turning down a pleabargain offer in 1990 that would have required admit ting guilt, until his convic tion was overturned. Dawson Earns TKO Over Hopkins Following Controversial Finish After a finish that left him Bernard Hopkins said, 'They want me out ofboxing,.and this is one way to do it.' LOS ANGELES-Chad Dawson spent most of the past half-decade angling for a fight with Bernard. Hopkins, believing he could define his boxing career by knocking out an ageless champion who had never been stopped. Dawson got his TKO on Saturday night. But his dream looked noth ing like this debacle Hopkins was stopped for the first time in his career in bizarre fashion when Dawson lifted him and tossed him to the canvas late in the second round, leaving the 46-year-ofd champion unable to continue. Dawson (31-1, 18 KOs) claimed the WBC light heavyweight' title from .Hopkins (52-6-2), but both fighters were left furious and screaming when referee Pat Russell ruled Dawson hadn't fouled Hopkins, whose promoter immediately said he'll protest the result.


Sports BEAUTY UNLIMITED rn c LeBron Set For First liverpool Game Collarbone a LEBRON JAMES LIVERPOOL, England-LeBron James took his talents to Liverpool on Friday -and finally gof his hands on a championship trophy. The Miami Heat star toured the Premier League club's facilities for the first time since becoming a shareholder of the 18-time English champions. James held up the Champions League trophy won by Liverpool in 2005 and posted a picture on Twitter of a red No. 6 jersey with his name on it. Sean Pavton Hun In Sideline Collision Sean Payton, who tore his MCL and broke his leg in a sideline collision, tried to coach Sunday's game from the bench before beign carted off the field. New Orleans coach Sean Payton tore the MCL and fractured fhe tibia in his left leg following a collision on the sideline of the Saints' 26-20 loss to Tampa Bay on Sunday. He spent the second half in the training room watching the game via television and gave the play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael. Payton will have surgery on the knee Monday and will begin reha bilitation immediately after ward. Payton told the New Orleans Times-Picayune that he hopes to be back in the Saints' offices Tuesday, but wasn't sure about being at practice Wednesday. He admitted that he might have to spend some games in the coaches' box. Payton fell to the ground and got his leg caught underneath Saints tight end Jimmy Graham when he was tackled by a Bucs defend. er early in fhe first quarter. Two-time lndv 500 Winner Wheldon Killed LAS VEGAS Every race car driver heads onto the track understanding this race could be fhe last and hoping itwon't be. On Sunday, IndyCar drivers got a harsh reminder when fhe worst happened to one of their own. Two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Dan Wheldon died when his car got caught up in a 15-car pileup, sailed over another vehicle and smashed intoa catch fence at IndyCar's season-ending race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Things happen in this kind of racing," said Wade Cunningham, also caught up in the wreck. "It's so close Not much room for error. I was near the front of what caused all this, so I'm not fhrilll;;d about it At fhis point, whose fault it was is kind of immaterial." The green flag had barely stopped waving when disas ter struck. Wheldon, driving from fhe back of the field for a chance at $5 million, was moving through the pack when h e drove into a tangle of cars careening off each other in every direction. Unable to avoid the massiv e wreck unfolding before him, W -heldon clipped another car and went hurtling through the air, his car burst ing into flames as it flew into a fence. After just 11 l aps, the race was over. Two hours later, track officials announced that Wheldon was dead. The Englishman was 33 JASON CAMPBELL OAKLAND, Calif. Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell broke his right collarbone in the second quarter against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Campbell landed hard on his shoulder after being hit at the end of a scramble by Cleveland linebackers Chris Gocong and Scott Fujita with about 4 minutes remaining in the half. Campbell stayed down on the turf after fhe hit and was then helped to the locker room. Tests determined that he broke his collarbone. Texas Right Back In World Series With 2nd At Title ARLINGTON, TexasAfter waiting until their 50th season to reach their first World Series, fhe Texas Rangers are going right back. Nelson Cruz had one more big blast, Michael Young caught fhe final out long after hitting a pair of doubles in one of the highest-scoring postseason innings ever and the Rangers became the American League's first repeat champion in a decade. XI OMARA When a woman is this exciting, we have to bring her to you twice, so here's Xiomara, this time as our Beauty Unlimited feature. This young woman with the extraordinary name is a 19-year-old Sagittarian and her favorite stars are Beyonce and Chris Brown. Her hobbies are stepping, dancing, model;. ing, and reciting poetry. In the .future, Xiomara wants to 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 must be tall, dark, clean cut, and handsome. Congratulations to Xiomara as this week's Beauty Unlimited If you're Interested in being in the Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, Includ ing a contact number to: jjohnson@flsentjnel.co_m. [Hour\:.Fn.day 9 P.M Mond"y Saturday ____ 6 Ill m JJ ..... Q) 1\) 0 ..... ..... ., r 0 en m z :::! z m r Ill c: r r m :::! z "'tJ c: Ill r Cii ::::t m c m < m ..... c: m en c l> z c ., c ..... C1l


:; Local N a) 'f"'" a: w m 0 1-() 0 < c en w FAMU's McBurse Outruns Savannah State Tigers BY TED TAYLOR The Rattlers of Florida A & M University used the run-c a: LL c z < ning of AI-Terek McBurse to rout the Savannah State Tigers 47-7, before one of the largest crowds of 14,000, in the new on-campus T. A. Wright Stadium. McBurse is a sophomore transfer run ningback from Purdue Uni versity who finally had the breakout game for which the Rattler fans have been wait ing. He gained 218 yards on 14 carries, with touchdown runs of 5, 6o and 31 yards in each of the first three quar ters, respectively. F AMU took the opening drive 4 7 yards in 8 plays to take an early 7-0 lead at the 10:48 mark on a 13-yard pass from quarterback Damien Fleming to slot receiver Lenworth Lennon. Later in the quarter, McBurse began his heroics with the 5yard run, which was setup by a fumble recovery. McBurse followed the score with another in the second frame on the 6o-yard run. Using a hurry-up of fense, Fleming ran in from 19 yards out covering So yards in 2:40 for a 28-o half time score. On the opening posses sion of the second half, the Tigers finally got oil the board on a 38-yard run by runningback Sheldon Barnes. However, McBurse kept up the Rat tler momentum with the 31-yard run. The point-after was missed for the first time this season. The reserves sprang into action in the fourth quarter when quarterback Austin Trainor found receiver Edmond Baker in the corner of the endzone for Baker's first touchdown of the year. The Rattlers finished the rout on a 5-yard run by running back Eddie Rocker. F AMU will be tested on Saturday afternoon when it battles perennial Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference power South Carolina State in Orangeburg, South Car olina. At 4-3 overall and 3-2 in the conference, a loss will dash any hopes for the title. c en w :::J 1-w > w B-CU Regroups Against Fort Vallev c w l: en ::::J m :::J D.. z j:: BY TED TAYLOR The Wildcats of Bethune Cookman regrouped from a historic low of five yards rushing last week to gain 418 yards against the Fort Valley State Wildcats in front of 4,921, prevailing 58-30, in the first annual Biker Classic w ...... ...... :::J m ...J in Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach on Saturday j:: afternoon. The rushing at Z tack was led by Isidore w en Jackson who netted 156 < yards on 19 carries, quarterC back David Blackwell with a: 0 ...... LL 110 yards on 10 carries and Rodney Scott who had 74 yards on 16 carries. B-CU made it known early there would be no doubt of the outcome as they jumped out to a 20-7 first quarter lead on two field goals by Sven Hurd of 37 and 31 yards. Fort Valley quarterback Cameron Pearson threw a 14-yard pass to Aaron Courtney to give them a short-lived lead. On the next play froni scrimmage, Blackwell threw a 72-yard bomb to Maurice Francois to give B-CU a lead it would not relinquish. At the end of the quarter, runningback Anthony Jordan scored the first of two touchdowns from a yard out. In the second quarter, Jackson scored two of his touchdowns on runs cover ing 13 and 8 yards, respectively. The quarter also saw Fort Valley Pearson throw touchdown passes of 21 and 12 yards to Demario Barber. Fort Valley also got a 36-yard field goal from Justin Rosenbaum, for a B-CU halftime advantage of 34-23 The third quarter was a little quiet as Jackson's 20yard run was the only touch down. The commanding B-CU lead was padded in the fourth when 17 points were scored on a 1-yard run by Jackson, a 30-yard rumble by bruiser Johnathan Moment and a 37-yarder by Hurd. Pearson had his fourth touchdown pass of the contest to reliable receiver Christopher Slaughter, who caught 8 passes for 201 yards. From an offensive stand point, the game was a classic. B-CU had 648 total yards as Blackwell, starting for the first time, passed for 222 yards on 8 of 14. Fort Valley gained 422 yards with 321 in the air on 16 of 29. B-CU ac cumulated 27 first downs and Fort Valley had 21. B-CU steps back into MidEastern Athletic Confer ence play against Norfolk State in a Thursday night game on ESPNU. Norfolk State is in first-place in the MEAC at 4-0, the overall record being 6-1. Local Entertainment Hanging Out One club in West Tampa is the nightspot for the mature au dience to hang out. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Derrick Thompson. Mike Kinsey. Enioving A Night Out A popular nightspot is a place to gather on the East Party host DJ Kidd. Soul Sista 'C.' Patricia enjoying the evening. Mr. Clem. Mr. Smooth, Chil.


ntertainment c: C/) Rick Ross suners 2 Seizures In 6 Hours On Separate Planes MIAMI -Rapper Rick Ross was reportedly hospi talized in Alabama on Frida y night after suffering a med ical incident aboard a Mem. phis Tenn. plane the second time in si x hours that a plane carrying the performer had to be diverted because of concerns about his health. Ross was scheduled to appear at a University of Memphis basketball event on Frida y night, and had even tweeted "Memphis here I come" after a medical scare hours earlier had prompted a Delta Air Lines plane to re turn to Florida so that Ross could be taken to the hospi tal. But the 34-year-old Ross never made his scheduled appearance at an event called "Memphis Madness" on Friday night. Memphis coach Josh Pastner told the crowd on Friday evening that a private jet carrying Ross made an unscheduled landing in Birmingham after the singer RICK ROSS had another medical prob lem. "On his way to Memphis," Pastner said, "he had to make another emergency landing, in Birmingham. H e got really sick again, and they had to rush him to the emergency room." Ross suffered a second medical seizure and' had been hospitalized His condi tion was not immediately known late Friday night. Snoop Dogg's Partving .With PlaviJov Bunnies Shut Down Bv His Wile SNOOP DOGG AND PLAYBOY BUNNIES Snoop Dogg was re cently spotted partying in London and surrounded by Playboy bunnies---at least until his wife came around. Snoop was in town for a pre birthday celebration and took to the Playboy Club with U. K. stars Ashley Cole, 'Damon Albarn and David Haye. And while Snoop, who turns 40 this month was partying in V.I.P. with s cant il y clad women in leotard s a nd tra d e mark bunny ea rs, witnesse s report that hi s wife, Shante arrived and quickly put an end to his partying. "It was hilarious. There were 20 women in pink bunny outfits whooping, cheering and gyrating as he got up, but by the time he sat back down they'd all been cleared out and there was a much sterner looking woman [who] sat there in stead. "Snoop's wife sat on his table and did not move all night. The boy s were g utted as th e bunni e s had b ee n in stru c t e d to trea t th e m as VIP guest s -but were sudd enly all told to leave his table im mediately." Chris Tucker Loses HisS&MHome CHRIS TUCKER Chris Tucker's $6M home in Orlando, FL, has fallen into foreclosure Tucker apparently owes more than $4-4M on the home and the government has taken out an $11.5M lien against it for his back taxes. Tucker stands to lose the 10,000 s.f home that boasts 5 bedrooms, 3 fireplaces and a spa The mega pad also has a refinished basement made up to mimic a pirate ship complete with a sail. Houston Has Delta Flight Flap WHITNEY HOUSTON Whitney Houston isn't on drugs anymore she's just crazy and recently she almost got kicked off a Delta Airlines flight ... because she refused to buckle her seatbelt. Multiple sources say W4itney boarded a flight in Atlanta Wednesday after noon and when she settled into her seat, a crew member asked her to buckle up. Whitney refused and "got diva" on the crew mem ber, until another crew mem ber warned her that if she didn't buckle up, she would have to get off the plane. DMX: I've Finallv Conquered Mv Coke Addiction DMX DMX says he has kicked the drug addictions that kept him behind bars and he has his children to thank. X said, "Coke was his greatest demon. Everyone was taking advantage of me with my finances, trying to put me in the direction to fail. I have 10 kids. I have to drive them in the right direc tion so I let the cocaine go." He says God helped him and h e is on a spiritual road to do right in his life leaving all negativity and staying on the right road to positive. Big Boi 01 Outkast senles Drug Case c 0 0 a MIAMI -Grammy-win ning OutKast rapper Big Boi has reached a deal on drug chargesthat allows him to avoid jail time. Big Boi app e a r ed in a Miami courtroom Thursday as prosecutors outlined the deal that includes three months of drug testing, com munity service and $2,ooo in donations to charities. The 36-year-old rapper's real name is Antwan Patton. He was arrested getting off a cruise ship in August when a K-9 dog alerted to drugs Big Boi was carrying. The substances included ecstasy a cigarette roller with mari juana residue and the ecstasy ingredient MDMA. Big Boi had faced two BIGBOI felony drug charges. Prose cutors say if he remains drug-free after three months of testing, those charges will be dismissed. The Atlanta-based group OutKast has won six Gram mys and made six platinum plus albums, including "SpeakerboxxxjThe Love Below." OJ m ;c ..... co 1\) 0 ..... ..... Kevin Hart Concert Film Passes $1M At Box OHice "11 r 0 LOS ANGELESStand-up concert film "Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain" contin ued its extraordinary box-of fice run this weekend, passing $7M in revenue since its Sept. 9 release The R-rated film, from Codeblack, a distributor of content targeting African American audiences, de buted explosively, grossing more than $1.9M its opening weekend at 98 locations. Playing 188 locations this weekend, its sixth in release, "Laugh at My Pain grossed $276,ooo, bringing its do mestic total to nearly$7.4 M. Featuring documentary style footage of comedian KEVIN HART C/) m z :::! z m r OJ c: r r m Hart on stage, as well as at :::! home in Philadelphia and goofing a bit in a send-up c: skit of Quentin Taran-tino's "Reservoir Dogs," c;; "Laugh at My Pain" w.as pro-::::1: m duced for only $750,000. c It is, by far, the most suem cessful film this year for any release that never went out wider than 300 theaters. c: m Sean Penn On Tea Partv: 'Get The N-Word Q .ut 01 The White House Partv' C/) c )> z c "11 :::0 c Sean Penn has long mixed politics and show business, and Friday night, he urged President Obama to do the same. "I would love to see Barack Obama be Bulworth," he told Piers Morgan on CNN, referring to the Warren Beatty film about a Senate candidate who starts speaking truth to power during the run up to an election. "I'd love to see what I've always wanted to see, somebody run as a one term president and show me that people aren't stupid. They do care about each other. And when he does the right things and takes on the contro v ersies, he's going to win the next election." Penn got more dramatic SEAN PENN from there, outlining a problem for Pres. Obama far beyond anything economic: the Tea Party. "You have what I call the get the n-word out of the White House party, the Tea Party this kind of sensibility, which is much more of a dis traction he said. "At the end of the day, there's a big ble coming out of their head C) saying you know, can we just m lynch him?"


MR. LEROY BULL, SR. Mr. Leroy Bull, Sr. of 506 North Albany Avenue passed away Thursday, October 13, 2011, after a brief illness. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, October 18, 2011, at 10:00 a.m. at 3 Ministers of God Ministries Christian Church, 1512 East Columbus Drive, with Bishop Charles Davidson, Pastor, officiating. Interment will fol-low in Rest Haven Memorial C Park. -Mr. Leroy Bull, Sr. was ff born August 26, 1924, and C raised in Santee, South Carz olina. He attended school in <( South Carolina. > Moving to Tampa in 1956, CS: Mr. Bull was a resident for C so+ years. At the time of his ffi death, he was a member of 3 ;:, MGM Christian Church, 1512 t-E. Columbus Dr., Tampa, :t; Florida 33605, with Bishop W Charles Davidson, Pastor. > Mr. Bull worked for the w City of Tampa Water DepartC ment for a number of years W before retiring. ::I: He was preceded in death U) by his parents, Edgar Bull and :::i Iona Bull; and his loving and devoted wife of more than 6o D. years, Mattie Mae Davis Bull, z who passed away May 31, i= 2010. W He leaves to cherish and ...J celebrate his life and mem...J ;:, ory: devoted family mero-m hers, including his children, Valarie Johnson Nichols uj (Michael), Pastor Larry Bull z (Ruth) of Georgia, Iona j:: Thornton Brown (Michael) z and Leroy Bull, Jr.; grandW children, Robert Lee JohnU) son, Angela Renaye Johnson, <( Kevin Thornton, April Nicole C Sailor (Ricky) and James E. D:: Thornton, Jr. (Anitress); g great grandchildren, Destiny LL Thornton, Briana Sailor, Nyla Thornton, Yazmyn Thornton, and James E. Thornton, III; plus a host of other relatives and friends, including brothers, Johnnie Lee Moorer (Willie Mae) of Deerfield Beach, FL and Phillip Moorer of Santee, South Carolina; nieces and nephews; plus a devoted family friend, Mr. Willie B. Lindsey. The remains will repose from 4-7 p.m. Monday, October 17, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. MR. RICHARD WHALEY, JR. Homegoing celebration for Mr. Richard Whaley, Jr. of Tampa, who passed away Tuesday, October 11, 2011, will be held Wednesday, October 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Tampa First Seventh Day Adventist Church, 822 West Linebaugh Avenue (corner of North Boulevard) Tampa, 33612, with Pastor Brad Cassell, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery with Military Honors. Richard Whaley, Jr., affectionately called "Brother," was born in Tampa on September 15, 1947 He was preceded in death by: his parents, Richard Whaley, Sr. and Eunice Whaley Davis; and his infant son, Omar Whaley. Richard was educated in the public school system of Hillsborough County. He graduated from Howard W. Blake High School in 1965. After graduation he joined the U.S. Air Force where he served his country and was honorably discharged in 1969. After completing his military service he furthered his education by attending technical school and becoming an electronics technician. He worked in electronics at Unisys Corporation. He was also employed by TECO before becoming an employee at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital where he worked as a mail clerk until his sudden death. Richard accepted Christ at the early age of nine and became a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church on Scott Street under Pastor W. S. Banfield. Until his death, he was a member of the Tampa First Seventh Day Adventist Church, Pastor Brad Cassell, where he actively served with the Prison Ministry. Richard was a compassionate man and a man of prayer who lived his faith by helping others who were in need. On October 11, 2011, Richard Whaley, Jr. suddenly departed this life. He leaves to mourn his passing and cherish his memories: a devoted wife, Josephine Whaley; two daughters, Chavellia Jefferson and Ashley Smith (Emmanuel); stepdaughter, Khmer Rose; two sisters, Gloria Whaley Elliott and Cynthia Whaley Gray; brother, Luther J. Whaley (Rhee); grandchildren, Christopher Stromang, Jr., Michael Mitchell, Henrique Durant, Jahnoi Durant, Marve' Jefferson, Reco Jefferson, Isaiah Smith, Zeporah Smith and Emmanuel Smith; many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends; and devoted friends, Verdis Hinton, Charles (Skeet) Walton, Lu-cian Karlos Adams, Yusef Sharif and Ebbu Raheem Bar aka. Richard will be sadly missed by his family, friends, co-workers and community. There will be a viewing Tuesday, October 18, 2011, from 6-8 p. m. at Tampa First Seventh Day Adventist Church, 822 E. Linebaugh Avenue, Tampa, 33612. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a.m., Wednesday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www. wilson-funeralhome.com. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM BULLET Sunrise: Oct. 19, 1985 Sunset: Oct. 19, 2007 Happy birthday, Bullet. It has been four long years since you have been gone. You will forever be missed by family and friends. "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800} 605-3350. (813} 248-6125 -.wilson-funeralhome.com HAPPY BIRTHDAY, MOM ANNIE 'LOIS' WYNN October 19, 1940 Another birthday has come around, we send our love to you. We think of you today, but that is nothing new. For no day dawns and no day ends without a thought of you With all our love! Your husband, Fred; children, Sonya (Art), Marquis (Bertha), Althea, Enga and Fred Wynn, Jr., and the Rowell and DeV ance families. Local Retired Bus Driver Dies II Massive Stroke BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, a retired Hillsborough County Public School District bus driver died after suffering a massive stroke to the brain. She was 66-years-old. According to her grand daughter, Mrs. Erica Palmore, Mrs. Dorothy Reed was at her residence when she collapsed. She was trans ported to St. Joseph's Hospi tal. "She just collapsed and when she arrived at the hos pital, she was pronounced brain dead Wednesday evening. She died Thursday morning." A Tampa native, Mrs. Reed graduated from King High School and was hired as a temporary bus driver. She became a permanent driver in October 1973. Mrs. Reed continued to transport children through out Hillsborough County until her retirement in January 1993. She had worked as a temporary driver for 9 months, Mrs. Linda Cob be, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County School District said. Her granddaughter said that after Mrs. Reed retired, she began working as a Home Care Provider and worked in that capacity for the past 18 years. MRS. DOROTHY REED March 17,1945-October 13, 2011 "She loved reading the newspaper and watching anything educational on tele vision. She also loved work ing in her garden and. spending time with her fam ily," Mrs. Palmore said. Mrs. Reed was the daughter of Ruben Youngblood and the late Mrs. Annie Youngblood. She is survived by her longtime companion, Henry Holton; husband, Jimmy Reed; 2 children, Bruce Reed and Sandra Reed Gued, 2 sis ters, a brother, 8 grandchil dren, 5 great grandchildren, and other family members and friends. Funeral services will take place on Saturday, October 22nd, 11 a.m at New Bethel PMB Church, 3011 E. North Bay Street. Aikens Funeral Home is in charge of han dling arrangements


NationaiNews ffi Kings Call For Economic Fairness At MlK Memorial President Barack Obama and, from left to right, Harold E. Johnson, Sr., President and CEO of the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Monument Project Foundation; first lady Michelle Obama; Vice President Joe Biden; Dr. Jill Biden; Interior Secretary Ken Salazar; and Herman Mason, President of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., sing We Will Overcome during the dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington. WASHINGTON For many who helped dedicate the new Martin Luther King Jr. Memo rial on Sunday, the towering granite monument is a stark reminder that the civil rights leader's dream of social and economic justice has yet to be realized. In many ways, the ceremony was a passing of the torch to a younger generation with speeches marked l;>y fierce rhet oric over the nation's economic disparities Thousands gathered at the memorial site, some as early as 5 a.m., to hear President Barack Obama, King's chil dren and other civil rights lead ers Speaker after speaker invoked King's "I Have a Dreaiil" speech from 1963 to challenge others to carry on his fight. ''Yes, my father had a dream. It was a dream he said, that was deeply embedded in the American dream," said King's son Martin Luther King III. "The problem is the American dream of so years ago ... has turned into a nightmare for millions" who have lost their jobs and homes The nation has "lost its soul," he said, when it tolerates such vast economic disparities, teen bullying, and having more peo ple of color in prison than in college. His sister, the Rev. Bernice King, reminded the crowd that just before her father's assass i nation in 1968, he was mobiliz ing a poor people s campaign to occupy the nation's capital until the economic system changed. She said the postponem ent of an earlier dedication because of Hurricane Irene that was planned on Aug. 28, the 48th anniversary of her father's "Dream" speech, may have been an act of God. ; 'Perhaps the postponement was a divine interruption to remind us of a King that moved us beyond the dream of racial justice to the action and work of economic justice," she said. "Perhaps God wanted us to move beyond the 'dream' into action." Pres. Obama MLK Memorial Dedication Speech Cites Jobs, Economy: 'I Know We Will Overcome' WASHINGTON --President Barack Obama saluted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday as a man who "stirred our conscie nce" and made the Union "mor e per fect," rejoicing in the dedica tion of a monument memorializing the slain civil rights leader s life and work. "I know we will overcome," Pres.. Obama proclaimed, s t andi n g n ea r the 30-foot gran ite monument to King on the National Mall. "I know this," the president said, "because of the man towering over us." Pres. Obama and his wife, Michelle, and Vice President Joe Biden and his wife, Jill, joined a host of civil rights fig ures for the dedication on the sun-splashed Mall Designed as what King described as a stone of hope hewn from a mountain of despair, the memorial is the first to a Black man on the Na tional Mall and its parks. "He had faith in us," said Pres. Obama, who was 6 when King was assassinated in 19q8. Pres. Obama told the crowd, "And that is why he be longs on this Mall: Because he saw what we might becom e." The dedication has special meaning for the Obamas. The president credits King with paving his way to the White House. Befor e his remarks, h e left signed copies of his inaugu ral speech and 2008 conven tion address in a time capsule at the monument site. The first couple and daughters, Malia and Sasha made a more private visit to the site on Friday night, before the crowds and the cam eras arrived. In his talk, he focused on King's broad themes equal ity, justice and peaceful resist ance as the nation confronts, 48 years later, some of the same issues of war, an eco nomic crisis and a lingering distrust of government in some quarters. Pres.Obama Pulls Plug On Part 01 Health Overhaul law WASHINGTON The Obama administration Friday pulled the plug on a major pro gram in the president's signature health overhaul law -a long-term care insurance plan dogged from the beginning by doubts over its financial sol vency. Targeted by congressional Republicans for repeal, the pro gram became the first casualty in the political and policy wars over the health care law. It had been expected to launch in 2013. "This is a Victory for the American taxpayer and future generations," said Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., spearheading opposition in tlie Senate. "The administration is finally admit ting (the long-term care plan) is unsustainable and cannot be implemented." Proponents, including many groups that fought to pass the health care law, have vowed a vigorous effort to rescue the program, insisting that Con gress gave the administration broad authority to make changes. Long-term care in cludes not only nursing homes, but such services as home health aides for disabled people. u. s. Supreme Court Denies Death Penaltv For Mumia Abu-Jamal MUMIA ABU-JAMAL While the outcome of the Troy Davis case still lingers in many of our hearts and minds, Mumia Abu-Jamal's similar incident has resulted in a differ ent decision. The Supreme Court denied the city of Philadelphia's Dis trict Attorney's petition to rein state the death penalty for Mumia Abu:-Jamal who was convicted of killing police offi cer Daniel Faulkner in 1982. Abu-Jamal has spent almost 30 years on Death Row, but U S. District Judge William H; Yohn, Jr. ruled in 2001 that he deserved a new sentence be cause the jury was misinformed about the law. So procedural errors saved Jamal for now, but in Troy's case, witness tampering led to his execution. Firstladv Michelle Obama Leads 400 Children In Anempt At Jumping Jack World Record en c 0 0 a m m :D FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA Continuing with her stay fit initiative, First Lady Michelle Obama, along with hundreds of school kids jump started the attempt to break ...... the Guinness World Record for J1l jumping Jacks. "I get to do a lot of cool ::= things, but this is really excit ing. I never thought in my entire life that I would be here to break a Guinness World Record. said Mrs. Obama. Along with 400 students, The First Lady started the worldwide exercise at 3 p.m. ET October 11 ori the White House lawn. The exercise went until 3 p.m. ET (October 12) with Mrs. Obama requesting worldwide participation to break the record. The goal is to get over 20,000 people doing jumping jacks during that period. Pres. Obama Carries Jobs, Campaign Message To North Carolina, Virginia "11 r-0 :D c > en m z ::::! z m r-Pres. Barack won easily in Virginia, he barely .squeaked out a victory in North Carolina. WASHINGTON Presi-dent Barack Obama is tar geting vital North Carolina and Virginia this week, as he kicks off a three-day bus tour that is as much about campaigning for jobs bill as it is shoring up support in two southern states he wrested from Republican control four years ago Pres. Obama's 2008 victo ries in North Carolina and Vir ginia were due in large part to the states' changing demo graphics and his campaign's I m c: r rm ::::! z ability to boost voter turnout among young people and African-Americans. But nearly three years after his historic election, the president's ap proval ratings in both states are sagging, in line with the national trend. A Quinnipiac University poll a1 out earlier this month put Pres. C Obama's approval rating in Vir-ginia at 45 percent, with 52 per-m cent disapproving C The president's bus tour comes as the battle in Washing-m ton over his jobs plan enters a new phase While Pres. Obama had demanded lawmakers pass C: the $447 billion jobs measure rn in its entirety, Senate Republi-C cans have blocked those efforts, leaving the president and his > Democratic allies to fight for Z the bill's proposals piece by C "11 piece. Since announcing his plan for putting Americans back to work last month, Pres. Obama has been traveling the country trying to build public support for his initiatives c C) m ...... CD


0 Crime Nl-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Man Faces 40 Years For Marijuana Distribution Conspiracv Case MAURICE LAVON JOHNSON ... Facing 40 Years In Prison A 30-year-old Tampa man is facing up to 40 years in prison on drug charges. A jury found him guilty last Friday. According to the U S C Attorney Middle District of fE Florida Office, Maurice c Lavon Johnson was found Z guilty of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 100 kilograms or more of en marijuana. The trial lasted three days before United States District Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington. Johnson was indicted on November 17, 2010, with coJoel Christopher Williams, and Rajeev Pherwani. Williams and Pherwani pled guilty and will be sentenced on November 22, 2011. According to testimony and evidence presented at trial, Johnson served as an enforcer and marijuana quality expert for a group which met with undercover officers from the Tampa Police Department and Drug Enforcement Administration last October, and attempted to purchase several hundred pounds of marijuana. Johnson has a sentencing date set for January 26, 2012. WI------------------------------------------------::J .... w > w c w :r:: en ::::i D ::J D. z i= w ...J ...J ::J D ...J w z i= z w en ( a: One Suspect Arrested Another Being Sought In Doub.le Shooting off, and the victim was rushed to an area hospital. Officials said he is not expected to survive. The other person sitting on the bench was shot twice in the back and is reported to be in critical condition. OIL---=== ...J LL A witness saw the three men drive up, and followed them from a distance. The witness said he was about so feet away when he saw the shooting. He recognized the CARLOS JONES CLEARWATER-Clearwater Police are investigating a double shooting at Cherry Harris Park that left two people wounded, one of them in critical condition. One of three men, identi fied as Carlos Jones, 24, reportedly exchanged words with two people sitting in the park. He then allegedly pulled a gun and shot one of the people in the head at least twice. Jones and two others were seen running gunman as someone he knew. Jones was later picked out of a photo lineup. Detectives found Jones hiding in the bed of a pickup truck that police stopped in the 1200 block of Fort Harrison Saturday afternoon. Jones has been charged with two counts of attempt ed first-degree murder and police are trying to identify the other suspects at this time. The names of the shooting victims was not released. UNCLE SANDY o ... Make sure you pour 8, 14, 17, 19 your heart into N w everything 22, 25, 28, 30 you do because in the end, CJ 35, 38, 40 that is how you'll be judged 44, 48, so, Armed Robberv Shooting suspect Arrested SHACHA WHARFF Tampa Police report that on September 18th, Shacha Wharff and three others approached Reginald Preston, 27, at the Salem Gyros at 1611 North Nebraska Avenue, and robbed him at gunpoint, beating him in the head and shooting him in the leg before fleeing. Leads were developed that identified Wharff, 32, as the suspect. Wharff, who detectives said was determined not to go back to jail, was a suspect in several armed robberies Another detective said he got information Wharff was hiding in the Jackson Court Apartment complex. Wharff was located at the complex on October 14th, and surrendered without incident. Detectives also found a handgun with a filed down serial number. Wharff was charged with armed robbery and felon in possession. He is being held under a bond of $zo8,ooo. Domestic Dispute leads To Shooting CLEAR WATER On October 13th, Clear water Police report that Martez Allen, 23, and his girl-MARTEZ friend, ALLEN Ashley Cawart, 26, became engaged in a domestic dis puted Police said Allen had called and threatened to kill Cawart because of their recent breakup. When Cawart arrived home, police said Allen came outside of the house and fired several shots at her vehicle. He then pulled Cawart from the vehicle and shot at her again, police said. Despite several shots being fired, Cawart was not hit. Allen reportedly took Cawart's vehicle and fled. The car was later recovered and Allen was found later and surrendered to police on a charge of attempted. mur der. Suspects Sought In Anempted Home Invasion Murder ST. PETERSBURG On October 16th, St. Petersburg Police reported that Antonio Bligen, 37, was shot outside his residence in what is believed to be an attempted home invasion. Police said Bligen was transported to a local hospital where he was later pro nounced dead from his injuries. Before Bligen lost consciousness, police said he told them two armed and hooded men tried to force him inside his residence in the 4500 block of 12th Avenue, South. Police have identified no ANTONIO BUGEN ... shot to death in an attempted home invasion. suspects as this time and the investigation is ongoing. Police Ask For Help In Locating wanted Man. LAKELAND -Lakeland Police are trying to find Terrell Franklin. Franklin, 24, has an outstanding warrant for aggra vated battery with a firearm and being a convicted felon in possession Of a firearm. Franklin is being sought in relation to a shooting t hat occurred October 14th in the Boo block of West 7th Street. Police said the victim Scott Roush, 27, was shot at that location and transported to a local hospital with life threat ening injuries and is reported to be in critical condition. Witnesses stated Roush and Franklin got involved in an altercation. Franklin was TERRELL FRAN1a:.IN dropping off his 3-year-old child at a relativeis home. Franklin reportedly shot Roush and fled Anyone knowing Frank-lin's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-Soo226-8477. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 -1467 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The h 1nng of J l3.'.)er 5 J n important de: S1C r thJt sno.la not based sole,, uoon ad.et '""1ents Befoce )OU dec1de Jsk us to sene )CJ ;REE l',r,:te' l"'omtlor quJ cJ: ors C\;)C' e''Ce'


II PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT PROJECT REQUIRING CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES The SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Florida, announces that professional construction management services will be required for an HVAC & Roof Renovation at Progress Village Middle School, with a construction budget of $5,313,768. Any applicant interested in providing the required services shall make application by submission of the materials prescribed in the Project lnformatiofl Packet. Materials submitted pursuant to the previous solicitation for this project will be considered unless updated materials are provided This solicitation is also open to new applicants. The Project Information Packet, additional project information, and the weights associated with each qualification and evaluation criteria can be obtained by contacting the School District's Construction Office at (813) 272-4112 or via the Internet through either the District's Vendor Bid system or at http://168.254.1 35/aspmenu/news_pages/2012_ARRA_Projects/00 lndex htm All materials must be submitted to the Hillsborough County Public Schools Procurement Department, 3rd Floor, 901 E Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33602 by 3:00 p.m. on November 8, 2011. THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA MARYELLEN ELlA SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS EMPLOYMENT Experienced Daycare Worker Wanted Please Call (813) 910-4163 Or Apply At Kldz Cove Learning Center II Inc. 813 East 109th Avenue Customer Service Representative Receptionist Needed WANTED Stylist(s) And Barber(s); At: Freestylln' Barber & Beauty Shop 1518-B East Fowler Ave., Next To Beauty Supply Store Valona: (813) 361-9579 Or Kll: (813) 361-15n No Experience Necessary Must Love Money Maintenance Contract With Weekly Guarantee Music And Fun Call (727) 546-1180 For Detailed Information :--. ......... ................ "The "V".ooLc.e .of <::>1.4r Spec;zk:Lrzg _r.or .Fe self ... (813) 248-1921 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 II NOTICE HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR COUNTY BOND COUNSEL AND DISCLOSURE COUNSEL Hillsborough County, Florida is requesting qualifications submittals from qualified law firms to act as bond counsel and disclosure counsel for the County in connection with upcoming financings and related matters. The firm selected as bond counsel will be required to perform services in some or all of the following areas: public finance law, tax law, local government law derivative rate hedge instruments, bank loans, interest rate swaps, forward delivery products, economic development incentive programs, trial and appeal of bond validation actions, the issuance of tax-exempt and taxable municipal bonds and notes and such other legal services associated therewith as may be requested The firm selected as disclosure counsel will be required to perform as d isclosure counsel on all county negotiated and competitively bid bond transactions including preparation of preliminary an. d final official statements and any negotiations with underwriters with respect to any disclosure issues. Selected counsel may also serve as SEC compliance counsel to the County. Request for Qualifications (RFQ) documents may be obtained from Donald R. Odom, Interim County Attorney, Hillsborough County Attorney's Office, P.O. Box 111 0, Tampa, Florida 33601, telephone number (813) 272-5670; fax number (813}272-5231. The RFQ documents may also be obtained via the Hillsborough County Attorney's Office website at http://www.hillsboroughcounty.org/countyattorney/ Select heading: Related Documents. In order to receive or other pertinent information, respondents who obtain the RFQ documents via the website must advise the referenced contact that you have done so by providing written notice at the above address. One original and ten (1 0) copies of a response must be delivered in a sealed envelope marked "SEALED SUBMITTAL FOR BOND COUNSEL/DISCLOSURE COUNSEL" on or before 3:00 PM, October 31, 2011, to Donald R. Odom, Interim County Attorney, 601 East Kennedy Boulevard, 27th floor, Tampa, Florida 33602. Disadvantaged Minority/Disadvantaged Women and Small Business Enterprise owned firms will be afforded a full opportunity to participate in these matters and will not be subject to discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age or physical handicap. Donald R. Odom Interim County Attorney Hillsborough County, Florida BLICATION DEADLINES uesaav Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad II FOR RENT Townhouse USF Area 2 Bedroomf.1 V.Z Bath CHA, WDH $750.00/Monthly 1 Or 2 Bedroom Section 8 OK can (813) 968-1168 Wesley Chapel Arthur Drive Spacious 3/2 Mobile CHA, WDH $950.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 II -f c: m en c 0 a m m :D "TI r-0 :!! en m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm :::! z c: m r-u; :z:: m c m < m ?J -f c: m en ):lo z c "TI :D a


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APPlY ONUII no lo!erllm lie lk1m 28 opptK!IOOn I ADDmOUI. APPUCATION MA1DW MUST BE UPlOADED VIA THE ONUNE APPLICATION SYSTEM. The I opptn materials for !lis positioo ore: (1) o r:overlet1er, (2) o oment (3) Dll-214 (b wreron's prele!m), ooo must be uploodOO ond oHoched to the online opplirotion before midnight of the appllcalion deadbne dale. AU APPliCANTS MUST SUBMIT AN ONliNE APPliCATION, COVER LETTER, RESUME AND VffiRAN'S PREFERENCE DOCUMENTATION (IF APPUCABlf) NO lATER THAN THE OCTOBER 28 APPUCATION DEADliNE. No otlersubmiHed moteriob will qoolily you to oo cooside!oo Pos;non. fur help \lith irline opplicotions, roll727-816-3169 or 727-816-3425. EOE/ADA WebsHe: WttW.phn.edl{jObs -II FOR RENT II 728 Kirby 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Cottage Washer/Dryer Included $600 00/Monthly Includes Water Small Pets OK Section 8 OK (813) 340-3085 Homes 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths CHA, WDH 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths WDH, Fenced Townhouse 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath Section 8 Welcome Bert (813) 969-3970 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 813-22Q-3633 HOMES FOR RENT 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Grant Park House Section 8 Only Central Heat And Air WID Hook up Fenced Yard, Large 5 Bedroom/2 Bath Burglar Bars Fenced Yard, Burglar Bars $850.00/Monthly Call Louis Call (813) 417-5961 (813) 379-1000 Progress Village 2007 Okaloosa Street 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced, WDH, CHA Fenced Yard WDH, CHA $800.00/Monthly Carport, Utility Room Only $750.00 Monthly Section 8 Accepted Plus Deposit Call (813) 451-9624 Call (813) 293-8431 West Tampa 1-275 & 1-4 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath 4/1 Tree Shaded Yard Near Busline $500 00/Monthly Remodeled Bath Deposit Required And Laundry Room 1st And Last Freshly Painted Inside Call (813) 324-0214 Section 8 Welcome Or (813) 933-6825 (813) 789-0760 Progress Village Area 6 Bedroom/2 Bath II APTS. FOR RENT Home Newly Remodeled Tiled, New Roof 1 And 2 Bedrooms Section 8 Welcome Affordable, Quiet Call (813) 373-5237 32 Unit Property Starting @ $425.00 Sulphur Springs Area Ask About Our Move-In Special Large 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Tami (813) 965-7246 New Home Fenced, Central H/A $1 ,000. 00/Monthly Apartment Section 8 Accepted 3. Bedroom/2 Bath Call (813) 503-5321 Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800.00/Monthly 1 01 0 Arch Street Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, WDH Call (813) 849-3265 Fenced Backyard $1,1 00.00/Monthly North Tampa And $500.00/Deposit Temple Terrace Area Angie's Call (813) 684-3539 Apartments 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom 2908 North 17th Street Apartments 3 Bedroom/1 Bath WDH -0 Deposit Home No Applicatioh Fee Central Heat/Air, WDH Section 8 Welcome $775.00/Monthly 813-915-9787 Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 562-3013 Busch Gardens Area BAD CREDIT? Tampa Homes For Rent No Problem!! Offering Move-In FREE APPLICATION!! Specials Newly Renovated Newly Remodeled 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Section 8 Approved New Tile Floors 3 Bedrooms And Up I New Appliances Starting At Just New Ceiling Fans $895.00/Month $499.00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!!! VIsit www.RentTheBay.com Low Or No Deposit! For Specific Listings Call Erin At 813.875.7368 813-244-4551 II II DUPLEXES II II ROOMS FOR RENT II Section 8 Only Room For Rent 0 Deposit In Nice Home $100.00 Move-In Special Central Tampa Near Bus Lines 3, & 4 Bedroom A/C, Cable W & D, TV CHA, WDH Must Have Steady Income Large Backyard, Nice Area No Smoking Call (813) 789-3879 $120.00/Deposit $125.00/Weekly Central Tampa (813) 767-9211 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Duplex Central Air, WID Hook-Up Plant City ;;;; $700 00/Rent $300.00/Deposit Furnished Room 0 1 Section 8 Welcome Electric Water, Cable Call (813) 546-4287 Internet, Washer/Dryer Kitchen, Living Room, CHA $14o : oo/Weekly Newly Renovated Single Occupancy Spacious $160 00/Weekly 2 Bedroom/1 Bath -WDH Double Occupancy $650.0Q$695.00/Monthly Plus SecuritY Water Included (813) 478-1283 Section 8 Welcome II II (813) 857-7656 ADULT CARE (813) 416-7706 Near Fowler & Hwy 301 II Spacious Dulcey's Loving Care Private Adult Home Care 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Laundry Room Services Provided: Cooking $550.00/Monthly Take To Appointments W,S,G Included Living Space Available Section 8 OK Self Sufficient Loving Environment Call (813) 968-1168 (813) 493-0799 137th Avenue Near 20th Street Quiet 2 Bedroom APPLIANCE With Washer And Dryer REPAIRS Water Included $650.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted A/C & Appliance Repair Ice Makers, Refrigeration Call-813-956-5607 Stove, Washers & Dryers All Work Guaranteed II ROOMS FOR RENT II Call Prince (813) 695-4343 Fast Friendly Service Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat II AUTO GLASS II $100 00 Per Week No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 Power Windows Room For Rent Busch Gardens Area Windshields $99.00 & Up Power Window Repair Male Preferred Cable Included $39.00 & Up $110 00/Weekly can Rob (813) 325-6529 Call (813) 69Q-2833 24 HR Service Monday -Sunday Busch Gardens Area Plant City -Fair Grounds Black's Mobile 911 Auto Glass & Tint Furnished CHA, W/D, Cable All Utilities Paid New & Used Glass Next To Bus Lines Power Window And Quiet Neighborhood Regulator Repairs $120.00/Weekly Head Liners Carpeting Private Entrance call Uncle Black (813) 478-1286 (813) 562-3260


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