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l : Daylight Savings Time End Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011 Don't Forget To Set Your Clock Back! c c -cc: Q ...I LL. r' II I I SEE PAGE 3-A VOL. 67 NO. 22 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011 48 PAGES 75 Woman Gets 3 Years In Drop Scam SEE PAGE 23-A Ex-Blake High Star Athlete Dies Suddenlv SEE PAGE 2-A Event Will oner 1,500 Free Turkevs For Holidavs SEE PAGE 11-A CONGRESSWOMAN CASTOR FILES BILL TO RENAME POST OFFICE AFTER REV. ABE BROWN Congresswoman Kathy Castor announced Monday that she filed a bill last Thursday to rename the Produce Station Post Office on E. Hillsborough Avenue after the late Reverend Abraham Brown. She made the announcement to the congregants at First Baptist Church of College Hill on Sunday. Among those present Monday for the announce ment at the Post Office were: Kimberly Blount, daughter; Morgan Bennett, granddaughter; Vanessa Bennett, daughter; County Commissioner Les Miller; City Councilman Frank Reddick; Patricia Givens, Rep. Betty Reed's District Exec utive Secretary; Congresswoman Castor; Yvette Lewis, NAACP Political Action Chair; Altamese Brown, wife; Karen Skyers, J.D., Legislative Assistant to Senator Arthenia L. Joyner; Pierce Blount, grandson; Robert Blount, son-in-law; and Miles Bennett, grandson. (Photography by BRUNSON)

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,.. -: b-Blake High School Star Dies Suddenlv w m ::!!: w BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor >0 Z On Sunday morning, Octo-ber 301h, a family member dis< covered that a former Tampa C resident and popular athlete 0: died in his sleep Mr. Willie lL Knight was 67 years old. His sister-in-law, Ms. Ann Jenkins, said he died ofnatu-MR. WILLIE KNIGHT ral causes. .,1/17/1943 --10/30/2011 A native of Savannah, Mr.;-;:. Willie Knight moved / Both brothers attended Blake Tampa with his mother ; W.e High Scho two clinics; and employee, 21-W year-old Evette Marie fil Cabado. Ms. Cabado, ::1: Leath and Dr. Awa are in rn custody at the Hillsborough ::::; m County Jail. ::::) Bliebtrey, who is also a. z i= w ..I ..I ::;) ID ..I w z WADE LEATH listed as an owner, is incarcer ated at the Suwannee Correc tional Institute. Referred to as "sponsors," Edward James Smith, 35, Trevor Kyle Mercer, 29, and Jeremy R. Paul, 34, are all being detained in the Man atee County Jail. They are ac cused of recruiting patients for the clinic. The investigation began after police received corn plaints about the pain managernent clinic. During the investi gation, detectives arrested 14 individuals who had allegedly obtained and illegally sold Oxycodone. Police allege that the clinic accepted fraudulent MRis and pharmaceutical histories that allowed the clients to obtain the drugs. The JW Wellness Clinic was closed in August. However, po lice allege, Dr. Awa began working at Main Street Med ical, another pain management clinic in Thonotosassa. A search warrant was executed at that location Wednesday, and that investigation is continu ing. All of the defendants are being held on the federal RICO (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization) Act. They are being held without bond. i= z w en News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 [ a: 0 ..I LL For Loss Wages And Medical Care ... Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Attorneys An Attorney will come to you at home or work -No Recovery, No Fees Investigators If there is a dispute on how the accident occured Transportation Available Auto Repair Body Shop Medical Care Provided Specializing In: Car Bus Bicycle Motorcycle Slip & Fall Pedestrian Incidents Loss_ Wages Wrongful Death And More ... Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day I 7 Days A Week Ml(:helle B. Inc. Empire Owner Closes Club LESLEY JONES, JR. shotto death inside Club Empire October 2nd. During Thursday's Tampa City Council meeting, it was announced that Club Empire in Ybor City was closing after 18 years in business. On October 2nd, the club was the scene of a shooting that left one young man dead and another wounded. Since the shooting, protest groups have stood outside the club demanding it be shut down due to that incident and its history of violence and other problems. No one was happier to hear the club was shutting down permanently than Sharon Covington, the mother of Leslie Jerome Jones, Jr. Jones, 20, and Ahmaud Black, 19, were shot inside the club. Jones sustained a head wound and was killed in stantly. Black was wounded and according to liis mother, Eva Lumpkin, is still recov ering. No arrests have been made in the shootings. Ms. Covington said the news the club was closing is exactly what she wanted. Check l1l No Fee For The Card No Activation Fee No Loading Fee No Reloading Fee t1l No Pen;Jitv fo[ Low Balance/ Low Balailce Alerts *No ATM Usaa_ e Fee. ("At Netwwk ATM'sf *FREE PERSDWIA Free Direct *Write At least Free, Rrst MonUt's AHMAUD BLACK wounded during the shooting Club. "Now I feel I have some justice for my only son. All that's left is to find the person who killed him. "I was determined they weren't going to keep partying over my son's body. And I was upset that they didn't bother to shut down briefly after my son was killed. They acted like nothing had happened." Ms. Covington said her son would have turned 21 next month, and with the hol idays coming up, it's very hard. "I stare at his picture and I cry every day. I know the club closing down is a victory, but it won't bring him back. I still expect him to be knocking on the door or downstairs wait ing on me. All we left are memories. Ms. Eva Lumpkin, the mother of Ahmaud Black, said when she heard the club was closing, all she could say was "praise God!" "Ahmaud is still healing and is staying around the house more. He's lost a lot of weight.

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Ex-School svstem Bookkeeper Given 20 Years Probation BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday, a Hillsbor ough County judge sentenced a former Hillsborough County School Board employee to 20 years of probation. Ms. Dianiie Parker, 57, was ar rested in September 2009, and charged with the theft of $582,659 Instead of prison, Judge Wayne Timmerman ac cepted her plea and sentenced her on the grand theft and of ficial misconduct charges. Ms. Parker was ordered to repay $300,000 in restitution and serve 20 years of proba tion on the grand theft charge. She must also undergo coun seling for a gambling addic tion and serve two years of house arrest on the official misconduct charge. Mark Cox, spokesman for the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office said, "This is an unusual case. She was entrusted with the money and made the choice to steal it. It's a betrayal of public trust." He further stated that Ms. Parker, who is unemployed, was ordered to pay restitution in the amount $200 per month . Her attorney was to pay the first installment of $2,000 on Wednesday, he said Ms. Parker was a 29-year employee of Hillsborough DIANNE PARKER County Public Schools. She served her entire career at Erwin Technical Center, where she was a bookkeeper. She was responsible for pro cessing funds, including checks, money orders, and cash paid to the school. However, she allegedly kept numerous checks and money orders for several months without proper re ceipt and made deposits for less than the amount she re ceived. She was able to con ceal the scheme because her receipts and deposits ap peared to agree, school offi cials said at the time of her arrest. The scheme was uncov ered in June 2009 after dis trict auditors using new software discovered irregular ities as they attempted to rec oncile the non-sufficient funds account. After the discovery, Ms. Parker was suspended with out pay and later terminated. Familv Members Subpoenaed In < Kevin White's Corruption Trial m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A list of witnesses have been subpoenaed in the fed eral corruption trial of former Hillsborough County Commissioner, Kevin White. White was arrested in June and is facing several charges including conspiracy to commit bribery; bribery; conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; mail fraud, wire fraud, and making false statements to law enforce: ment. The list Of witnesses U.S. Attorney R.ob .ert O'Neil.l .. plans to call during the trial were read in operi court on Monday. Those names are: William Aponte, Michael Baker, Michael Brady, Greg Brown, Gamalier Gomez, Mala .Harbajan, Margaret Hauser, Kenneth Klocke, James Martin, Ian McGeehan, Mike Merrill, Leslie Nelson, Cesar Padilla, Peter Rockefeller, Tim Simon, Bradley Thurman, Bob Vallee, Darryl. Williams, and Deven Williams. They also plan to call resentatives from AT & T Custodian Records, records from the Division of Motorist Services, DTG Operations, Inc., Ruth Chris Steak House, State of Florida, Department of State, and Sun coast Banlc Attorney O'Neill also reserved the right to call ad ditional witnesses. In his opening statement, Attorney Grady Irvin, Jr., White's court-ap pointed attorney, said that Gerald White, Kevin White's, father, waS respon sible for his son's involve ment. In his opening statement, Attorney Irvin said "Gerald White is a lot of things. He's a con man. He's a shyster. He's a huckster. He s a manipulator. And he's a lousy father ... He never talked about Kevin White unless he was begging for money at the same time." According to a family member, Gerald White's wife, daughter, son, and sister have all been subpoe. naed. During the first week of the trial, prosecutors pro duced videotapes of White accepting money from Confi dential Informants. The prosecution contends that White conspired with his father and Hondrellis, to ac cept bribes. White allegedly received more than $10,000 in 2010, the indictment ::EJ began in September 2009, _,J::;. Hondrellis met with a Con-1\) fidential Informant and al-. . KEVIN WHITE .. Former Hillsborough County Com.missioner stated. The .. federal investigation legedly "explained that the PTC was giving away towing certificates for money." Gerald White was also implicated in the indictment, but died in May before an ar rest was made.' George Hondrellis, 45, is White's co-defendant. Hondrellis, the owner and operator City Tow ing Company; has been courtordered to undergo a mental evaluation. His trial date has not been estab lished. Pedest.rian Killed In Earlv Morning Accident A pedestrian was killed in an accident early Thursday morning. The accident took place at the intersection of 78th Street and Madison Avenue, shortly after 6 a.m., in Progress Village. According to the Hillsbor ough County Sheriffs Office, Justin Grant, 25, was driving a 2010 Chevrolet Van westbound on Madison when it struck the pedestrian, who was walking in the roadway.Police said the unidenti fied man .was wearing dark clothing and no charges are expected. The victim has not been identified by police. 813-644-188316014 40111 SL Sll.l Tam 33611. ':A{( tfu.t 9 r,.,. fMchM "" fD bwst '"!] Ct'M/r fur 11/l tfu./9 "-1H11 _, CONNIE HILL KEN ANTHONY .... 6 ::EJ 8 )> en m z -.f z m r m c r r z c m .r: c;; ffi c m < m ::EJ < c m en c )> z c :!:! c

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__________________________________ ..f' a: w aJ == w > 0 z >"' <( c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c U) w ::;) 1-ft w > w c w l: U) ::::i m ::;) a. z j:: w ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z i= z w U) <( c a: 0 ...J LL <( I CD w <-' Republican Group Under Fire For Email Featuring Obama Shot In Head Florida Congresswomen Co-Sponsor Bill To Honor First Black Marines A Halloween-themed The message, with the subject line Halloween 2011," invites supporters to a community parade where "we are going to vanquish the zombies with clear thinking conserv&tive princi ples and a truckload of Re publican candy." It also features a caricature of email from the Loudoun County, Va., Republican Committee was swiftly .con demned by conservative and liberal groups for featuring an image of a ghoulish-look ing President Obama with a bullet hole through his head. 505 East ckson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop Foreclosure & Credltof"s Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus Invites You to Enjoy A SUNSET CRUISE OF DOWNTOWN TAMPA! When: Where: Boat Ride: Rick's: Donation: Saturday, November 12, 2011 Rick's on The River 230S North Willow Avenue (Off Columbus Dr & Rome Avtaue) Tampa, FL 33607 Boarding Promptly at 4:45PM (Individual rain check issued for boat ride in case of bad weather.) Hors d'oeuvres served with a cash bar 6:15PM-8:30 PM $35.00 Tickets are available at the Office of Dr. H. Bruce Miles 308 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd. Suite #308, Tampa, FL 33603-813/237-3588 JI'!!!!.I!D!tborovhcouatyde!QOU!!Icblac@aeus.wm COJ!"!h'D*mw'rrptydemomtlcblackcaucps.wm House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, a jack-o lantern, and cartoons of zombies. The email was first re ported by the blog Too Con servative, which said the group had gone "way too far" and should be reported to the U.S. Secret Service. MONTFORD POINf MARINES --The first group of Blacks to serve in the Marine Corps., took their name from the place their trained at Montford Point, North Carolina. Last week, members of the U. S. House of Representa tives voted 422-0 to honor the first group of African Ameri cans to serve as Marines. U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown was the chief sponsor of the bill and U. S. Rep. Kathy Castor co-sponsored it. Similar legislation is pend ing in the U. S. Senate, where it has bipartisan support. Rep. Castor said, "The Montford Point Marines were the first Black Marines. They served our country proudly and bravely during World War II Unfortunately, they faced racism and discrimina tion while they served and in the months and years after the war. The Montford Point Marines came into existence in 1941 after President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order opening the Marine Corps to Blacks . The Marines were the last military institution to ac cept Blacks. Between 1942 and 1949, more than 20,000 Marines received training at Montford Point in North Carolina. The Marines took their mime from the training site located adja cent to Camp Lejeune because they were forbidden to inter: act with white Marines. The units remained separate until the Korean Conflict. The Montford Point Marines fought in Pacific during World War II, serving at Okinawa and Iwo Jima. Fqur sl!rviying Point Marines were on for the vote. City Editor Iris B. Holton can be contacted at (813) 248-1i:J21; emailed at iholton@jlsentinel.com. GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. P. GIBBS. ESQ. THOMAS E. PARNELL, ESQ PERSONAL INJURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK M6TORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENTS. SLIP AND FALL, NURSING HOME NEGLECT OR MEDICAL MALPRACf.ICE. ALL SERIOUS INJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 722 E. Fli.TCIIIR ;\\' 1 r / \ 1\\11 : \ l l _)_)()1.2 \ V \ \ \ \'.l ; I I ) I). \ N I ) 11:\ 1\: I l l .l .l ) 1\\ The Hiring If A l..awy<.'t' I s Anlmportalll Dusicion That Should Not B e Basttd Solely 'Upon Before You Dec/die, Ak Us To &nd lou FRE' Writt
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Local ::o -Entreprenuer Still Expanding Her Business East Tampa Activist Rewarded For Communitv Involvement :< z 0 < m 3: IIJ m ::0 BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up in Queens, New York, Alicia Henry said as a child, she wanted to be a business owner. "I remember when I was as young as 4, when I'd go out with my mother, I always wanted to talk to the manager or whomever was in charge. I always wanted to be a leader and be on top." Ms. Henry said she was drawn to doing makeovers for people, because she discov ered how an individual's self esteem could be enhanced and she enjoyed creating a new person. "That eventually evolved into my business, Jazzy Jew els Parties. I couldn't just do hair and makeup, because I knew that wouldn't get me to the top. I love kids and enter taining, so I decided to take it to the public." Ms. Henry has been in Tampa for 10 years, and her business is 2-1/2 years old. $he said it has and still is growing. "It has taken off quickly, and now I have a full staff working with me. I didn't an ticipate it taking off so quickly, but I did expect to be successful. I find my business growing monthly into different areas. "It helps being exposed to a wider market that under stands and needs the services you're offering. I have clients all over Florida and that keeps me quite busy." Ms. Henry said running a business doesn't afford her the opportunity to do a lot of mommy things involving her 4 and 8 year old sons, but she's very much a part oftheir lives. "Being a single parent with two children means I depend on my family a lot to help me, and they ve been very supportive. "My children, Jazz and Julian, are my biggest sup porters and I actually named my business after them. They get involved with suggestions and ideas all the time, and I do listen to them. In the future, Ms. Henry said she'd like to franchise out to others. As far as the peaks and ALICIA HENRY valleys a lot of businesses ex perience, Ms. Henry said she gets a little balance be cause different things go on throughout the year to keep her busy. "It can go from extreme to extreme. My clients range from those living in public housing to those living in mansions. I make sure every one can afford my services." Ms. Henry invites the public to visit her website, jazzyjewelsparties.com, and look at all the services she of fers. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Ms. Denese Meteye James is more than elated that she received a national award from Neighbor Works America. Although elated, she s not consumed by the recognition that oc curred a few week!? ago. "There's still work to be done," she says, referring to the upcoming Christmas tree lighting ceremony. Ms. Meteye-James was recommended for the Dorothy Richardson Resi dent Leadership Award from the Southern District by Ernest Coney, Interim Executive Director, Coorpora tion To Develop Communities of Tampa (CDC). Ms. Meteye-James joined other award recipients in Kansas City, Missouri, during the week of October 13-16, 2001 while there for the Community Leadership Institute (CU). Hillary (Rowe) Wiley, Public Affairs and Communi cations Advisor for Neigh borWorks America Southern District, told Mr. Coney, "The Southern Dis trict received many out standing nominations for the Dorothy Richardson Resi-341 0 E. Wilder Avenue Tampa (3361 0) Celebrates REV. JOSEPH A. SYKES Pastor 2nd ANNIVERSARY Theme: HOur Servant Proved Br. God" Isaiah 42:1-2 Wednesday, November 9th 7 P.M. REV. RICARDO ROBINSON Northside M. B. Church Sunday, November 13th *11 A.M. REV. J. BRINSON Plant City Wednesday, November 16th 7 P.M. REV. PAUL BUSTER .. New Macedonia M. B. Church Sunday, November 20th 3:30P.M. REV. ROBERT WARD . St. Petersburg Ms. Denese MeteyeJames received her medallion from Paul D. Kealey, Acting Chief Operating Qfficer, NeighborWorks. dent Leadership Award. While we were impressed with all of them, Denese Meteye-J ames has clearly demonstrated the level of commitment, activity and impact that warrants na tional recognition." Since CDC of Tampa sponsored Ms. MeteyeJames, that organization will receive a $s,ooo ex pendable grant and a certifi cate for submitting the winning nomination. Prior to going to Kansas, Ms. Meteye-James was shadowed for a day in Tampa by a camera crew from NeighborWorks and videoed. 1\) Locally, she was recognized by the CDC at their annual .luncheon. Her community involve ments include working with a committee and city officials in the renaming and revamp ing of 2 retention ponds to parks with walking trails Herbert Carrington, Sr. F:ark on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., and the Robert Cole, Sr. Park on 34th St. She also worked with the 2 artists who did mosaic art and 6 panels of art depicting the neighborhood's history behind the Police Sector III station. As the award recipient, Ms. Meteye-James re-ceived the free round-trip 0 ticket to Kansas to attend the :2 conference, hotel accommo-dations, President's Volun-tn teer Service Award, congratulatory letter from :::j Eileen Fitzgerald, CEO, NeighborWorks America, r picture and bio on the web1IJ site, featured in PowerPoint ? presentation, lochl recogni-r tion award from the District !!l arid national and local press Z releases. Ms. m served w1$. several community organizations. :::t: m c m APPRECIATIOIPROGRAM -1 c: m tn c For. Sister lue SeaiJ Sister Blanch Neall Sister Mary Robinson Saturday, November 5th 6:30 P. M. Faith Church Of God In Christ 5610 Martin Luther Kipg, Jr. Blvd. (33610) Pastors Marion And Roosevelt CrawfOrd onelslnvited. R EVIVAl DR. WilliAM W. THOMAS, JR. .. From IL no.-'-"Surely the Lord God will do n9thing, but He His secret unto His servants the prophets. -Amos3:7 November .7-11, 2011 7:30 P. M. Nightly APOSRES FOUNDATION CHURCH 4711 N.:40th St. Tampa, FL (3361 0) (813) 833-5686 Host Pastor: twostle E. Huff )lo z c

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N i Black Chamber Of Commerce Sponsors i Health And Fitness fE Festival The Tampa Bay Black Chamber of Commerce, In corporated (TBBCC) is spon soring a community wide health and fitness festival on Saturday, November 12th from 10 a. m. until 3 p. m. The location will be Mt. Olive AME Church, 1902 West LaSalle Street. The purpose of the health festival is to increase health awareness through educa tion and prevention. The TBBCC believes the health fair will provide a valuable service to the com munity. signed to help the commu nity become aware of the many health related pro grams, services, and providers located in the area The festival will be open to adults and children, and 500 people are expected to attend. Participants are asked to provide some form of infor mation/ educational materi als, demonstration, or service. The TBBCC has part nered with the Walgreens Wellness Tour group, who will provide medical staff and on-site services. In addiu.. tion, we will have a variety of C informational tables de Z <( Anyone who has ques tions about the health festi val is asked to contact the health festival chairperson, Irene Matthews, at (813) 361-5173 Willis K. C. Bowick is President/CEO of the Tampa Bay Black Chamber of Commerce. c en w ::l 1-> a: w > w c w :::J: en ::::; m ::l a.. z tu ..J ..J ::l m @ ACOJ New Season Ministries 2708E.OsborneAve. **Tampa(3361 Elder Samuel Washington, Sr., Pastor Sunday, November 6, 2011 4P.M . '-::. ouest speaker. Pastor Melvin Lee Of ACOJ Fresh Anointing, Largo Sponsored By Elder Groups Join Forces To Understand Bone Marrow BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday November 12t", several organizations will join forces to understand Bone Marrow and to answer questions. The event being hailed as "Uniting In Faith To Understand Bone Morrow," will take place from 9 a.m. until noon at Bible-Based Church of Tem ple Terrace, 8718 N. 46th Street. Ms. Ethel Grimsley, founder and president of Faith Hope And Determina tion, Inc., has joined forces with Roosevelt Hanna, Chaplain at Moffitt Cancer Center; Ms. Lea Mathis, of Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace; and Jeannette Palencia, of Moffitt Cancer Center. Venessa Rivera-Colon and Ms. Linda Paige will also take part in the event. Both have been associated with bone marrow drives. Ms. Grimsley said they are trying to get the word out about the need for bone mar row donors. She has held sev-MS. ETHEL GRIMSLEY ... Founder of Faith Hope And Determination, Inc. eral bone marrow drives in the past five years. Those attending the event will have the opportunity to learn about bone marrow; what it looks like; what a bone marrow transplant con sists of; what diseases affect the bone marrow; and why some people require bone marrow transplants. Ms. Grimsley began un derstanding the need for bone marrow donations after her son, the late Joseph Grimsley, was stricken with a form of Leukemia or AML. Ms. Grimsley began holding bone marrow drives to help her son after he was diagnosed with the disease qJublhltlii.iJ ol QJ/Ju ":JUdtfllOt.g. &,. fiJ'lU duUpt. ruul. IU.tlh.,. 813.333.6737 ({)UiJ.tu@ Birthday Wedding Baby Shower Graduation Bridal Shower (/)RNJRUIU Church Flyas Obituaries Business cards Wedding Brochures flj Ftme.ralNotice Schools Photography Baptism Conference Printing Any special occasion Seminar Event Planning on August 29, 2006. Joseph, the youngest of her two sons, died at the age of 35, on August 19, 2007 After his death Ms. Grimsley vowed to continue to raise awareness about bone marrow donations and the fact that African Ameri cans are under-represented on bone marrow transplant lists. She founded the not-for profit organization, Faith Hope And Determination, Inc., in memory of her son. The mission of the organiza tion she said is "To help save lives by increasing awareness in the minority community about the urgent need for new bone marrow and stem cell donors." The Bone Marrow Reg istry Staff will also be able. Anyone wishing to obtain more information may contact Ms. Grimsley at (727) 530-1566 or Ms. Paige at (813) 745-4304. FYI Civic Association To Meet The Thonotosassa, Seffner, Mango Civic Association, Inc. will hold its regular meeting ori Monday, November 7, 2011, 6:30p.m. at Sterling Heights Park, 11706 Williams Rd., Thonotosassa (33592). All members are urged to be present and on time. Fam ily, friends and neighbors are welcome Please bring your concerns, and suggestions. For more information, con tact Mrs. Pauline Larry Grant, president, (813) 9863300. Also Appearing: Gospel Warriors Bryant Family Ethel Small & The Disciples Gramps & The Golden Harps Peace & Harmony Mattie Lane & The Joyettes And More

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Local rete forum Chess Helps Children Develop Critical Skills Free communiiV Health Forum BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor While a student at Mid dleton High School, Chess Master Ted McNair ob served others playing the game of chess in 1961. He has continued to play throughout the years. Now, Chess Master McNair is creating a legacy by passing his knowledge on to children. Recently, two youngsters Chess Master McNair began working with during the summer com peted in a chess tournament. Teja Katipalli, 5, and Anthony "Miller" Simon, 6, competed in the two-part 2011 Mary Bryant Elemen tary School Fall Chess Gran ANTHONY "MU.I.ER" SIMON Novice player Prix was held on September 25th and October 9th, respec tively. The youngsters' team walked away with the Third Place trophy in competition against 8 schools in the K-1 Division. In addition to their young ages, the Coach and Teacher, Chess Master McNair said he TEJA KATIPALLI Novice 5-year-old player began teaching Teja in June and Anthony in July of this year. "The most impressive thing is that both of these toddlers started training in the summer. This was their first competition and both are very intense and very competitive." Both became interested in the game while watching other family members play. And, since children can begin learning at the age of 3, Chess Master MeN air began teaching them. For some, chess may seem boring because it doesn't have the physical activity requited to participate in sports. However, Chess Master McNair said the game teaches skills that will last a lifetime. As a retiree, Chess Master McNair volunteers his time because he knows that the skills learned are benefi cial. He is married to Mrs. Sandra McNair, the father of three girls, and a deacon at First Baptist Church of College Hill. The 14th Annual African American Health Forum will m 3: m m :a offer free health screenings for breast and prostate can-N cer, cholesterol, HBP, sickle g cell, dental, foot, chiroprac-.... tic, memory and more tests for members of the public. More than 30 African American doctors will an swer residents' questions about their health during the "Ask A Doctor" segment of the forum. Fifty community partners will provide infor mation about their programs. The forum will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011, 10 a. The Midtown Walk For Wellness begins at 7 a. m. followed by the educa tional workshops at 8 a. m. FAll Alumni Band 1e01bers Participate In Homecom,ng The forum will be held at Johnnie Ruth Clarke Health Center, 1344 22nd St. So., St. Petersburg. "11 This. group is one of the horn sections waiting for the pre-game show during Homecoming 2011. Kneeling, Andre Walker, Jeff "Chad" Matthews and Sylvester Pinkney, with others. Saint Luke A. M. E. Church ActMiies Wltet Ptlk .................. Call Now & Savel 800.375.7828 407.355.1260 9011587SI500 c 0 m z :::! z m r m c: r rm :::! z "'U c: m r u; ::r m c m < m -1 c: m 0 c z c

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? candlelluhtVIUII ID The SPOtlight w m The Institute on Black Life Angola, Botswana, TO Be Held Center For Africa and The D i Cameroon Ghana, Kenya, aspora will host "A Convers a Lesotho, Malawi, Mozam-For Teenager 0 tion with African Journalists bique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Z today (Friday), November 4, Sierra Leone, South Africa, >-2011, 1-3 p .m. The event will Republic of South Sudan, be held in MSC 2703. Sudan Swaziland, Uganda a: Countries represented : and Zambabwe. LL. Middleton Classes 011912 And 1913 The Middleton Classes of 1972 and 1973 will have its monthly class reunion meeting Saturday, November 5, 2011, 2 p m. at the C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. Public Library, 2607 Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. This is a change from the regularly scheduled time. All class members are en couraged to come out to assist in preparation for the 40thyear celebration, July 10-22, 2012 Blake Class 011910 Plans Picnic The Howard W. Blake High School Class of 1970 will host their annual class picnic Sat urday, November 5 The picnic will take place at MacFarlane Park from 10:30 a m until 5 p.m., at Shelter #411 (Spruce St.). MonthiV FellowshiP C Dr. Reba Haley, an or-ii: dained minister and extenLL. sivelytrained counselor, hosts a free fellowship the first Fri power women who have icC encountered obstacles i.n dofjl mestic violence relationships. W The fellowship for Novemher will be held Friday, Noft vember 11, 2011, 6-7:30 p. m. w > w c w l: en :::l m ::) 0.. z i= w -I -I ::) m -I w z i= z w en a: 0 -I LL. at Covenant Family Church 6329 US Highway 301, Riverview. The guest speaker will be Attorney Nerizza Miyamoto For additional information, contact Dr. Haley at (813} 685-6242 or email rebaha ley@aol.com You can also visit the website at www.reba haley.com. Advocates for Safer Communities, Inc, along with the family of John Singleton, Jr., will be hosting a candlelight vigil on behalf of Singleton and all victims of murder, es pecially youth homicides, at his wake on Friday, November 4th at New Smyrna Full Gospel Baptist Church 5015 North 17th Street. Singleton was shot outside the Unique Island Grill on Lake Avenue after a group of partygoers were escorted outside because of a fight. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. The wake will be held from 5 p. m. to 8 p. m., with the candlelight vigil taking place between 6 p m. to 6:30 p. m. All are welcome to attend. For more information about the ceremony, contact Darla Saunders at (813) 850-1573, or Elliott Saunders at (813) 458-5362. THE KENNEDY 2408 W. KENNEDY BOULEVARD -TAM.PA, FLORIDA ALICIA. As we prepare for another time change, it's time to bring you our spotlight feature for this week, Alicia. A very driven woman, Alicia is the oWner of Jazzy Jewels. Alicia says her favorite stars are Kimora and Beyonce, and her hobbies -are shopping, swimming, dancing, and working out. Alicia's philosophy of life is: "The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love and let it come in." The man in this busy lady's life must be loyal driven and has ambitions. Congratulations to Alicia as this we_ek's Spotlight feature.

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Local Nursing Cap Celebration Spelman Admissions 0 Stacie.Youngblood celebrated her nursing cap graduation with family and friends at the Elks. (Photo by Julia Jackson) Family joining the Nursing Cap grad: Eric Youngblood, Sherri Youngblood, Bonnie Dukes, honoree Stacie.Youngblood, Dorothy Hunter (proud mom), Tabitha Jones and Jackie Campbell. 'Dav 11 Thanks' Event Will oner 1,500 Free Turkevs BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On November 19th from 9 a. m. until12 p. m., the King dom Worship Center will pro vide 1,500 free turkeys, food baskets and clothing to low income families in the com munity. The "Day Of Thanks Com munity Outreach Event" will be held at 1102 E. Fowler Avenue. As 'part of the event, there will be a raffle drawing for 10 free computers, tickets to Busch Gardens, and one fam ily will be lucky enough to get their utilities paid for 6 months up to $2,000. In a time where the mid dle class is shrinking and the amount of people falling into the lower echelon of financial security, the number of fami lies struggling to make ends meet has increased within our community. This is why Pastors Robert and Brenda Fruster of Kingdom W or ship are preparing to serve those in need for the Thanks-PASTORS ROBERT AND BRENDA FRUSTER giving holiday. "We, along with our con gregation, are working with several sponsors to provide 1,500 free turkeys, food boxes that will feed a family of four, provide haircuts, medical at tention, social service infor mation, and Medicaid advice for the elderly, said Pastor Robert Fruster. Registration for the food distribution will be held until November 151 h. To register visit www.kwctoday.com or complete an application at the Worship Center on Fowler. E. T. MacKenzie of Florida, Inc. is currently looking for Minority/Disadvantaged contractors and vendors to bid on the following scopes of work for the Duck Pond Outfall Phase 2 project in Hillsborough County that bids on November 8, 2011. Please provide pricing no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 7, 2011. Send quote by fax {941) 756-6698 or email kccoulthart@mackenzieco.com. Call K. C. Coulthart, P.E. at 941-756-6760 for more information. Pre/Post Construction Video Material Hauling Concrete Flatwork Asphalt Paving/Milling Grassing/Landscaping Fencing Striping Traffic Control Devices Land Surveying Erosion Control Materials Testing Concrete Building Counselor In Town Sundav m m ::c (33605). Allyson Smith, Spelman College Admissions Counselor for the State of Florida, will be in Tampa on Sunday, November 6, 2011, 3-5 p. m. She will be hosting a Preview Night for prospec tive students. The event will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Tampa Ybor Historic Dis trict, 1700 E gth Ave. Parents of prospective parents are also encouraged N to attend. Parents of Spel-g man students and alumnae ...... 1499 sale Shea Moisture Hair Care Maintenance Kits 199 sale Fantasia Hair Styling 6oz. 399 sale Pro Styt Shine 'n Jam Gels Boz. -are also invited. Sale Thursday, Nov. 3 thru Saturday, Nov. 5 599 sale Dart and Lovely Relaxer Kit $6 sale 399 sale Organic Root Oive Oi Edge Control 2.25 oz. Queen Natural Hue Foundation 6 to 15.4 oz. adlertisldilela Slltpasollerldlothdlleslslodoohi!IOIJliiiiiRell .. illl*l'ri*lll*fiiiJ ......... ...... IIII.OWALEIICO.,I01\tl._.... ., r-0 :2 c )> f/) m z ::::! z m r-m c: r rm ::::! z "tJ c: m c f/) ::::1: m c m < m c: m rn c )> z c ., ::c c

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Wildcats Spoil Eagles' Homecoming BY TED TAYLOR On Saturday afternoon in Durham, North Carolina, Bethune-Cookman showed the North Carolina Central Eagles that you might be able to always go home, but you may not enjoy it. Before a homecoming crowd of 12,516, the Wildcats shutout by running back Isidore Jackson on the first handoff from the one, arid a 42-yard pass from quarterback Jackie Wilson to receiver Keith Stroud. With 28 seconds left in the quarter, Wilson closed the first half scoring on a 2-yard run. the Eagles for three quarters c en route to a 34-6 pounding. ii: The scoring barrage started u.. out slowly with just a 7-0 first quarter score when Be( CU tallied on a 3-yard run by running back Anthony c Jordan. The middle of the The 'Cats began the second half where they left off as Wilson found receiver Patrick Harris on an 11-yard touchdown pass. Later in the' third, running back Rodney Scott finished the romp on a 26-yard run. The Eagles finally got on the board on a 12-play, 70-yard drive consuming 6:27, on a 1-yard run by running back Andre Clarke. B-CU finished with a whop ping 333 yards rushing, led by Wilson with 113 yards on 9 carries and Jackson had 109 yards on 12 carries. In the air, Wilson was 12 for 15 and 183 yards. en w : 1-> a: w > w c w :::t: en game was much different, though. In the second quarter, Jordan scored again 5 sec onds into the quarter on a 2-yard scamper, culminating a 99-yard drive in 8 plays. The big plays were a 37-yard run B-CU returns to Municipal Stadium on Saturday for its homecoming. The opponent, the Morgan State Bears, are tied for first place with Norfolk State with one loss in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. -----------------------------------------------m : c. z i= w ..J ..J : m ..J w z i= z w en a: 0 ..J u.. I 2011 Schedule For The Bucs REGUlAR SEASON September 11 Lions 20-27 L September 18 @ Vikings 24-20 W September 25 Falcons 16-13 W October 3 Colts 24-17 W October 9 @ 49ers 3-48 L October 16 Saints 26-20 W October 23 Bears 18-24 L 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 8:00 P.M. Buccaneers Sign Safetv David Sims DAVID SIMS The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed safety David Sims, bolstering the team's depth in the secondary. Sims was in training camp with the New York Giants, but was released during the final cuts. He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent out of Iowa State. The Bucs announced the move before practice Tuesday. Shaq savs Kobe's Sexual Assault case Blew Aoanlakers KOBE BRYANf And SHAQUILLE O'NEAL The reports of any truce between Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal has been greatly exaggerated. Now that he is out of the game, Shaq has a new tell all book coming out: Shaq Uncut: My Stol'y. Some excerpts, including the parts where Shaq says Kobe's Colorado sexual assault charges blew up the three-peat Lakers And where Shaq threatened to kill Kobe. Bucs Travel To New Orleans Healthier. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be hitting the road and will be facing the New Orleans Saints in the Super Dome this Sunday. The Bucs are coming off of a bye week, and will enter Sunday's contest healthier than they've been in weeks. Returning to the lineup will be LeGarrett Blount, Mason Foster, Tanard Jackson and Gerald McCoy. The Bucs will have their hands full with the Saints who are coming off an unex pected loss last week at the hands of the St. Louis Rams. Speculation is Buccaneer quarterback, Josh Freeman, will have a more complete game with the return of Blount to the ljne up, and the defense is also expected to step up from past performances. LEGARRETI' BLOUNT The Bucs (4-3) still hold a special pla-ce in the NFC South since the Saints and Carolina Panthers both lost Sunday; and the Atlanta Falcons took a week off. The Bucs rank 15th in the NFL in total offense and in their last game against the Saints, Josh Freeman went 23 of 41 for 303 yards and 2 touchdowns. -Chandler, Smith Could Be Released From China When lockout Ends What the Chinese government which is what really runs the Chinese Basketball Associati-on -did not want was teams to rent an NBA player during the lockout. So they only allowed their teams to sign NBA free agents and no opt-out clause for when the lockout ended. But even as seemingly half the Denver Nuggets signed in China -Wilson Chandler, Kenyon Martin and J .R. Smith -there was speculation they would be back when the NBA season even tually started. China has the highest turnover of foreign players of any league in the world, and already this year Earl Clark has been released by his WILSON CHANDLER Chinese team. Not only is the basketball different, it's a huge culture change with the language, food and customs. Last sea son only a couple of teams in the Chinese league didn't have player turnover. AUTO ACCIDENT? ,... ask gary, a medical and lawyer referral service w FREE HELP LIN E I CALL 1-800-275-4279

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Dwight Howard Has Jordan out As Presidents Cup Assistant Captain ; PONTE VEDRA BEACH, matches at Royal Melbourne. 0 Taken Up 'Tebowlnu' Fla. NBA labor issues will The Chicago Bulls great was iii keep Michael Jordan from to be an assistant captain with 3:: Dwight Howard loves his twitter trends. He planked with a hundred people in China. Now "Tebowing" is the latest craze. That is where you strike a pose -on one knee with your hand to your head -that Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow struck on the field when he prayed after the Broncos come from DWIGHT HOWARD behind win over Miami two weeks ago. Drowning At DE Smith's Home Ruled Accidental HOUSTON -The Galveston County medical examiner' s office has ruled the death of a man at the home df Texans defensive end Antonio Smith an accidental drown ing. The body of Engram Lamar Crenshaw, 37, was discovered in the pool behind Smith's home following a party on Sept. 3 Crenshaw was a friend of Smith's, and ENGRAM LAMAR CRENSHAW not affiliated with the team. Police Academv's Bubba Smith Died Of Drug Intoxication Los Angeles County Coroner's officials announced Wednesday that former allpro football player turned actor and commercial pitchman Bubba Smith died of acute drug intoxication and other conditions. The autopsy found that Smith, 66, whose body was discovered Aug. 3 by a caretaker at his Baldwin Hills home, was found to have phentermine, a weight-loss drug, in his system. Coroner's officials said he also had heart disease and high-blood pressure. The 66.:year-old actor' s heart was abnormally large -nearly twice the weight of a BUBBASMITH normal heart -and some ves sels were blocked as much as 75%, according to the report. Charles Aaron Smith was born Feb 28, 1945, in Orange, Texas, and grew ilp in Beaumont, where his mother was a teacher and his father his high school football coach. Raiders Reunite Former Teammates ALAMEDA, CA -The Oakland Raiders signed wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh. to a contract on Tuesday, reuniting him with his former quarterback Carson Palmer. Palmer and Houshmandzadeh were teammates in Cincinnati for six seasons and both had their greatest NFL success when they were together. Houshmandzadeh, 34, had been out of the league since playing with Baltimore last season, but had been working out in Southern C alifornia with Palmer b efore the Raiders (4-3) T.J. HOUSHMANDZADEH AND CARSON PALMER acquired the quarterback last month. Houshmandzadeh is also very familiar with Raiders coach Hue Jackson, who was the receivers coach in Cincinnati for three years during aoushmandzadeh's t enure th e re. going to Australia to be an Jay Haas. assistant captain for the U.S. Jordan is the majority :D team at the Presidents Cup owner of the Charlotte Fred Couples brought Bobcats, and had to back out N Jordan along to the last as the NBA continues its lock-g Presidents Cup in San Michael Jordan, left, was out of players. Couples """" Francisco, and signed him up an assistant captain on the replaced him with John again for the Nov. 17-20 2009PresidentsCupteam. Cook. ., r-0 :2 c )> CJ) m z :::! z m r-aJ .,.. c: rr-m :::! z "'0 c: aJ c CJ) :::t m c m < m ::::tJ < -t c: m :J>: z c

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c a: LL. c z c( c en w ::J .... w > w c w ::I: en ::::i Ill ::J D.. z tu ...1 ...1 ::J Ill Queen latilah To Host Davtime Talk Show a new talk show on the way. According to reports, Will and Jada Smith are looking to bring a new talk show host ed by Queen Latifah to day time TV. The show will be produced by Sony Pictures Television, Queen Latifah's Flavor Unit Entertainment, and Will Smith's Overbrook Entertain-James Brown's Estate was $20M In Debt Samuell. Jackson Named Highest-Grossing Actor Of All Time JAMES BROWN Samuel L. Jackson has been named the highestgrossing actor of all time by The Guinness Book of World Records/according to the New York Daily News Jackson, 62, has made over $7-42 billion over the span of his entire career. Jackson got his big break in 1991 in the Spike Lee film, Jungle Fever." James Brown's charit a ble trust had withered to just $14,000 and his estate was saddled with more than $20 million in debt before a pro fessional money manager was able to turn it around. The manager took control over the estate, wiped out the debt and even cleared the road for Brown's family to give scholarships. David Black, an attorney for the man who managed Brown's money, made the information public. Kardashian Plans To Block Hubbv's Bid ForSpousaiSuppon Under the deal made after Brown's death, half the assets were given to Brown's trust, and a quarter was given to his son and widow. The rest was given to his adult children. But the deal may be thrown out after trustees say that it never should have been approved. Kris Humphries was reportedly shocked to learn that Kim Kardashian, his wife of 72 days ; had filed for divorce. "I love my wife and am dev astated to learn she filed for divorce ... I'm willing to do whatever it takes to make it work," the NBA star said. According to divorce docs filed by Kardashian Monday, the reality starlet asked the court to reject any request b y Humphries for spousal support. She also KIM KARDASHIAN IS DIVORCING KRIS HUMPHRIES asked that both parties cover their own legal fees. FOX To Reboot 'In Living Color' FOX is bringing back its groundbreaking 1990s sketch comedy series "In Living Color" with the series" creator and star, Keenen Ivory Wayans, on board as host and executive producer. FOX has ordered two "In KEENANIVORYWAYANS Meet the Tampa Bay Storm players and coaching staff includng Derrick Brooks Witness the IIIWiling of the new Tampa Bay Stonn logo Take a tour of the $40 mHiioo newly renovated St Pete Times Play games on the field with Tampa Bay Storm Enjoy $1 hot dogs, beers and sodas Meet the Stonn Cheerleaders on the new Bud Ught Party Deck Leam about new season ticket packages and great incentives TampaBayStorm.com 813.301.6600 Living Color half -hour spe cials to air as part of the net work's 25th anniversary cele. bration in midseason with a series option behind them, meaning that in success, the reboot will join FOX's sched ule as a regular series next season.

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entertainment lionel Richie Going Countrv With Duets Album LIONEL RICHIE LOS ANGELES-Hello! Lionel Richie is going country. The smooth R&B singer will take to the Country Music Association awards stage nexf month to perform some of the duets from his upcoming album "Tuskegee" -name d after his Alabama birthplace Richie, 62, best known for romantic ballads like Three Times a Lady and "Endless Love", will sing a country version of his hit song "Dancing on the Ceiling" with Rascal Flatts at televised annual CMA awards show on November 9. The "Tuskegee" album, due out in March 2012, will feature 13 duets of his biggest hits, including "My Love" with Kenny Chesney, "Easy with Willie Nelson and Hello" with Jennifer Nettles. Richie said the album was a return to his country roots. I was born and raised in Tuskegee, Alabama. I am a country boy and proud of it. To do this project just felt natural," the singer-songwriter said in a statement. IJ Is Top Earner MICHAEL JACKSON For a second straight year Michael Jackson is the world's top earner after his death, according to a macabre list compiled by Forbes magazine of stars whose earning power remains undiminished beyond the grave. The King of Pop, who died two years ago at the age of so, brought in $170 million for his estate over the past 12 months, enough to place him ahead of every other pop music act of the past year -both living and dead -except for Irish rock band U2. Rihanna Taken To Hospital In Sweden With Flu RIHANNA LOS ANGELES -Singer Rihanna was forced to cancel a show in Malmo, Sweden, after being hospitalized with the flu on Monda y night. Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle comedvTour. Could Be In Works CHRIS ROCK And DAVE CHAPPELLE LOS ANGELES -Chris Rock says a double-bill come dy tour with Dave Chappelle "could happen." Chappelle has performed throughout 2011, but Rock hasn't focused on stand-up since his 2008 Emmy-winning HBO comedy special "Kill the Messenger." The two worked together in 2003, when Rock made a guest appearance on Chappelle's Comedy Central sketch comedy series "Chappelle s Show." 14-Year-Oid Wows 'X-Factor' Judges Brian Bradley also known as Astro is the 14year -old kid from Brooklyn that has been taking the world of X-Factor b y stor m as the only hip-hop act to survive amongst all the singers on Fox s hit show. In hi s attempt to make it to the Top 12, Astro did a live rendition of Kris Kross' "Jump" with his own verses making L.A. Reid's selection pretty easy. Oh and by the way, I've worked with Astro since h e was t e n and he writes his own rhymes. 50 Cent Confesses His love For Gavle King 50 Cent has a new wife, according to him at least. The G-Unit head who's been making press stops promoting his anti-bullying book and Street King energy shots, was spotted on 'The Gayle King' show where he. apparently made a love con nection. Donning braids and a suit, 50 tweet ed a picture to his followers on Twitter of him cuddling up to the host GAYLE KING and calling AndsoCENT her the "perfect woman." COMING TO THE STRAZ WINNER OF NBC'S THE VOICE Come Through for You Tour DEC.-17 !It :a 6 z m 3: m m :::0 1\) 0 ..... ..... r-0 :::0 g CJ) m z :::! z m r-m c: r rm -4 z ., c: m r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c: m cnc )> z c

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.[oca E_ntertainmeOV, ntine S,aps 6th Annual Heart And Soul Dance .. a: w m :iE w z c a: LL c a: LL c z w c w :::z::: (/) ::::i m 0. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w (/) a: 0 ..J LL The Heart And Soul Motorcycle Club held its 61 h Annual Dance in St. Petersburg. More than 1 ,000 attended the event. (Photos by Julia Jackson) BIG SHIRLEY AND BIG CALVIN TAMARA AND GREG BILLYQEEAND LADY DEE BILLY DEE AND LADY DEE 813 lessons teamed 'The Wages 01 Sin" lesson21 B v Laurel Johnson-Page SUMMARY: Principal Link Stern is everything that Mia could possibl y want in a man, handsome, intelligent and confident. H is only downfall i s his lack of deep pockets. She is caught off guard when the Principal finally loses his 'Obama P e r sona' and just whe n thing s are about to ge t heated on the isl and, Mia r e c e i v e s some bad news. The ICU waiting room is not big enough for Sharie, her mother-inlaw and her husband' s mistre s s Blood b ecomes thicker than wate r when the doctor announces that Charles is awake and only 2 p eople will be allowed in to see him. Who will it b e ? Join the Ladies of 813 in this week's article 813 Lessons Learned The Wages Of Sin" at flsentinelnow.com. Soaps Bold And The Beautiful Jackie eavesdrops as FUdge con fronts Eric about Stephanie; the Logan women attempt to console Hope, and Thomas brings her reas suring news; FUdge reports his sus picions about Eric to Stephanie. Steffy seeks Taylor's guidance and admits she's keeping a secret; FUdge urges Brooke not to interfere in Steffy's marriage ; Hope interrogates Liam about the state of his marriage. Days Of Our lives-John fears he may have been brainwashed; Will suspects his website was hacked; Gabi and Carrie come to Rafe's rescue; Bo arranges an vow renewal for him and Hope. Jack and Jennifer have a rocky first date; Marlena hypnotizes John so they can learn the truth; things get awk ward when Sami and Austin firmly take one side regarding John's case, and Rafe and Carrie take the other. General Hospital-Dante and Michael are at odds; Carly's upset at Shawn; Emma's birthday draws near. Jason awakens to a surprise; Anthony reminds Johnny about Claudia; Sonny sees Carly's blowup. One life To life Roxy tells Tina about John's feelings for Na talie; Dani notices Tea isn't eating. John finds Natalie in her wedding dress; Jessica tells Natalie she needs to see her now. Young And The Restless Victor accuses Adam of lying. Nick asks Sharon a question and gets a request; Heather learns the truth about FUcky. Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -It' s a good time for home remodel ing, but don't spend more than you need to. Use what you have, with a dash of imagination. Get chores done, and play outside. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Allow yourself to play with what you have, and don't take any loans. Venus and Mercury enter your sign, giving you an extra oomph in love and interaction. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Seeds gestate deep in the ground. Privately prepare. Five minutes of meditation can increase your out put. Enjoy home. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You might talk about distant places or write about thenijust don't go very far Enjoy simple luxuries like a hot shower. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)You may like the idea of travel or discovery, but getting moving is an other thing. Diligence and thrift serve you well now. Write, and plan for tomorrow. Aries (March 21-Apt1I19) Take care of the basics, and plan an escape as early as you can with someone dear to you. Even if it's just to catch up you a ppreciate the h ea rt-to-h eart talk. Taurus (April 20-May 20)Everything turns out thanks to your wisdom and charm. Don t get distra cted from what's important. Surround yours e lf with people who a dor e you. Gemini (May 21-June 21)Tell your people how much you ap preciate them. Don t worry about huge productivity or results Put greater focu s on human resources Sprea d the love. Cancer (June 22-July 22) Stud y the history before making a d e cision Pati e nc e Adventures and trav e l are better in discussion and planning than actuality. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) Ro mance and artistic creativity pro vide the context this month. Who could you invent yourself to be? What could you create? What fun? Make a glorious mess. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Beware of stifling your ambition by burying yourself in busywork. A stroll around the block or on a trail can revive. Breathe deeply and take peaceful breaks. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Your communication is at a peak until about the end of the year, while Mercury and Venus are in your third Take advantage Movie Keviews Puss In The Boot A spin-off from the Shrek franchise, Puss (voice of Antonio Banderas) set out to find the golden egg that will make his dreams come true. Dreamworks got this one right. Must-see for the kids No. 1 at Box Office. Made $34M. (Budget N/ A) **** In Time-Justin Timberlake stars in this futuristic/action movie about surviving before your time runs out. The wealth here isn't money, it's time. Different. Surprisingly good. Made $12M. (Budget N/ A). **** Paranonnal Activity 3 -This is the best of the franchise. The movie provides more scare and children are involved. Only 1 hr. and 20 min., so everything happens fast. Made $8oM. (Budget $sM). **** Footloose-This 1984 (Us vs. Them) remake was surpris ingly good. A Boston teenager (Kenny Wonnaid, a John Dean lookalike) who loves hip hop music, moves to a small town that has outlawed loud music and dancing, led by the strict preacher (Dennis Quaid). Made $38M. (Budget $24M). **** Real Steel-Charlie (Hugh Jackman) and his son (Dakota Goyo) came through in this rock' em, sock' em robot family/ac tion film. The special effects with the robots were great. Made (Budget N/A). **** Dolphin Tale This movie is based on a true story about a dolphin who had to deal with a prosthetic tail. A good story for the kids. Made $67M. (Budget $37M) ***112 Abduction Director John Singleton and Twilight's Taylor Lautner made this into a fastmoving, action-packed thriller. Enjoyed it! Made $27. (Budget $35M). **** Killer Elite-Jason Statham, Robert DeNiro and Clive Owen star in this true story about an assassin hired to kill ex assassins. Not for kids. Very violent. Made $24M. (Budget $70M). **** lion King (In 3-D) This classic Disney movie is remade in a 3-D format from the 1994 version. Something to do with your kids if you have time. Made $93M. (Since '94, Lion King has made $420M). **** Drive (2011)-Ryan Gosling stars as a stuntman driver b day, and a getaway driver for criminals at night. Once the ac tion starts, this movie gets real bloody. Made $33M. (Budget $1!)M). **** RATINGS : Very Good 1 ** Good 1 --Average 1-Wait For Video

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Funerals/Memoriams a: w m :!! w > 0 z c a: LL Aikens MS. CHIQUITA E. 'KITA' HAMILTON Homegoing services for Ms. Chiquita E. Hamilton "Kita" of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, October 28, 2011, will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 11 a. m. at The Walk Church, 8619 N. 40th Street, Pastor Ricky Navarro, with Rev. Bobby Wellons, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetecy. Chiquita was born September 12, 1965, in Miami, FL. She was baptized at an early ::C age. She attended school in C Miami,FL. a: Chiquita enjoyed arts, LL crafts, cooking and dancing. c She was preceded in death Z by: her parents, Ellen Hamil< ton and Drewery Geter; and ::C brother, Harold Hamilton. c She leaves to cherish her en memories with: her children, Cuwissie Hamilton 1-(Sharonda), Khando Kerr > (Tasha), Nigel Kerr, a: Lakeshia Kerr (Shamar), Obrian Kelly and Shauntae w Kelly; grandchildren, c Mar'Quavis, Natasha, MonW tae, Cuwasia, Cuwissie, Jr., :::r:: Keyshawn, Chiquita, Cuwuanjada, Matthaus, Yacinthei, Jr., Herman and Lamar; brothers, Phillip Dyer, Johnnie B. Hamilton (Marvelous) and Willie James Hamilton; sisters, Toni Warren (Willie), Mary Hamilton (Big Mike), Cassandra Hamilton (Buddie) and Taunja Hamilton (Turk); aunts, Katherine Black, Elizabeth Wellons; uncle, Bobby Wellons, Roscoe Jackson and Charles Wellons; nieces, Teresa (Rufus), Tara (Edc( ward), Tia, Shyvette, Dave ette, N ashcinda, Angel, 0: Johnniya, Miss Marvelous, 0 Johndolyn, Torrencia, Li Tyeisha, Precious and Yameka; nephews, Dion, Floyd, Johnnie B., Roscoe, Anthony, Larry, Demerick, Edward, Corneilous, Jimmy, Derral, Kilo, Xavier, Reginald, Sayon and Laiquari; a host of cousins and other sorrowing family and friends; c( I co ,_ The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Fridayfrom 5-8 p.m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p.m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Church on Saturday, November 5, 2011, for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Say not in grief: "He is no morel!, but live in thankfulness that he was. MR. DONNELL J. 'DONNIE' JACKSON Homegoing services for Mr. Donnell J. Jackson "Donnie" of Tampa, who passed away on Sunday, October 30, 2011, will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Peace Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2607 E. 24th Ave., Rev. Albert Gallmon, Jr., pastor, with Pastor Darrick Fullwood; Sr., of New Birth of Faith Fellowship Church, eulogist, and Minister Jerry McWilliams, officiating. Donnell was born April 25, 1989, in Tampa. He graduated from Middleton High School, class of 2008. He attended Hilisborough Community College and ICDC College. Donnell joined the National Honor Guard, where he was actively serving. Donnell gave his life to Christ and was a faithful dedicated member of New Birth of Faith Fellowship Church. He was preceded in death by: his uncles, Willie Hamm, Jr. and John Jackson; great, great grandfather, Frank Robinson, Sr.; and great, great grandmothers, Della Mae Robinson and Pecolia Felton. He leaves to cherish his memory: loving and devoted parents, Michelle Jones (Brian); brothers and sisters, Ryan Mills, Jenea Jones, Derrick, Jr., Darius and Derricka Green; grandparents, Wanda and Michael Watson, Sr., Lawrence and Sharon Jackson and Willie and Deborah Hamm, Sr.; great grandmother, !della Robinson; aunts and uncles, Felicia Jackson, Chad Watson, Ronnette and Will Brooks, Marlisee Singleton, Robert Singleton, Karnell Lomax, Carol and Mike Anthony, Frances Campbell, Allene Roberts, Earlene and Lynnie Sermons, Reginald Bowman, Reynold and Nadine Bowman, Ronald Bowman, Renard and Shalonda Bowman, Francine, Kelvin Hamm, and Michael Watson, Jr.; cousins, James Norton, Antonio, Tavis and Varian Fipps, Chad A., Chad E., Chaise, and Chassitty Watson, Elmer Jackson and friend, Julia, Kevin and Reiko Roberts, Narita and Wade Green, Pastor Alfonzo and Joai Broughton, Bruce Hills, Bernadette Green, Min. Alvin and Shawanda Brown, Dawn, Reggie, Michael, Randy, Jr., Nicole, Andy, Raymond, Ryan, Michael, Rashard, DeShay, Yolando, Terrell, Bishop, Daryl and Shawn Bowman; special friends, Tameel Scott, Darius Brantley, Jontae Harrell, Aaron Bowens, Sr., Angelica James, Norma Jones, and K-9 son, "Ice"; his military family; and a host of other relatives and sorrowing friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME Homegoing services for Sis. Sharon Denise Wright of Tampa, who passed away on Thursday, October 27, 2011, will be'held on Saturday November 5, 2011, at 2 p. m. at First Baptist Church of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Dr. Evan Burrows, officiating. Interment will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Ms. Sharon Denise Wright was born to Sara Wright on May 5, 1959, in Waynesboro, GA. The family relocated to Tampa in 1965, where Sharon was educated in the Hillsborough County School System and graduated from Robinson High School, class of 1977. Ms. Wright was baptized at a young age and found comfort and solace in her church home, First Baptist Church of College Hill, where she became a member in 2008. At the time of her parting, Sharon was employed by the International Longshoreman and was voted in as recording secretary. Sharon was steady in her faith. She accepted the Lord's plan; brave and unafraid, she has gone home to eternal life with loved ones who have gone before her including: her sister, Theresa Wright; brother, David Wright; and stepfather, Johnny Luke. She leaves to celebrate her life and cherish her memory: two sons, Artice Pride (Precious) and Darrin Williams (Liz); grandchildren, Articia Pride and Alicia Pride; mother, Sara Wright; brother, Bobby Wright; sisters, Carolyn Wright Terry (Cal), Linda Wright, and Delores Parker, all of Tampa; stepbrothers and sisters, Glen Dukes (Patricia), Michael Luke and Sharon Robinson of Augusta, GA, Gary Brown and Brenda Gregory of Atlanta, GA, Johnny Robinson, Ricky Robinson, and Lonnie Brown and Theresa Bynes (Nelson) of Waynesboro, GA; uncle, Clarence Young ofVero Beach, FL; aunts, Blanche Hadley, Sarah Atkinson and Rose Brooks (Leslie), all of Tampa, and godmother, Florence Bassett Darias; nephews, Johnny Gay (Tenice), Charles Wright, Rico Simmons, Gustavo Wright (Tiffany), David Wright, Jr., Aqkino Wright (Wanda), Rashad Edwards, Willie Mitchell, Jr. and James Huff, Jr., all ofTampa; nieces, Carla. Edwards, Gerita Burgess, Satura Wright, Ciesha Solomon, Danielle Wright, Erica Pride and LaRhonda Parker, all of Tampa; sister-in-law, Kathy Miller; other relatives and very close and devoted friends, among whom are, Rick, Sheila Rosalyn (Cookie), Rhonda (Punkin), Cynt, Margo, Vee, Geraldine (Redd), the Hunter, the Patterson, and the McCray families and the entire Central Par_ k Village family; loving and caring neighbors; co-workers, Dre, Tall Man, Freeman, Goat, Chicken, Skip, Pop 0., Torres, Kendra, Betty Joe, Ramon D., Hard Hitter, Rockmon, Jackie, B. J, Wilcott, Paul, Wilford and the entire ILA Local No. 1402 family. Sharon was loyal and dedicated and she will be forever missed by everyone whose life she touched. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-S p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church at 1:45 p. m. on Saturday for the Service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MEMORIAl SERVICE REGINALD WILLIAMS 3/14/57-10/22/11 Memorial services will be held at Revealing Truth Ministries on 11/5/11 at 12 p.m REMEMBERING YOU AUGUSTUS GUS TILLER Sunrise: 4/8/30 Sunset: 11/3/10 It has been one year since God called you home. You will forever be missed. Love, wife, Glory Davenport-Tiller and family. Jackson I MASTER JOHN (BO(l)) SINGLETON, JR. Homegoing services for Master John Edward Singleton of 1507 E. Ellicott, who passed away on October 29, 2011, will be held November 5, 2011, at 1 p. m. from New Smyrna Full Gospel Church, 5015 N. 17th Street, with the Pastor, Bishop W. L. Lee, ufficiating. Master John Edward Singleton, Jr. (Boo), was born in Tampa, June 19, 1994 He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. He was a junior at Tampa Bay Vo-Tech School in Hillsborough County at the time of his death. He was preceded in death by his uncle, Randal D. Rutledge in February 2011. He is survived by: his parents, John Singleton, Sr. and mother, Cheryl; sister, Jazriana' Singleton; 4 nephews, Dionte', Demetrius, Keith and Kevon Singleton; 'granaparents, Samuel 1\fid Alice Rutledge; 3 aunts, Doris Harris of Tampa, Lydia and James of Tampa, and Alesia Rutledge of Tampa; uncle, Kenneth Thornton; cousins, O'GlennA. Johnson, Jr. and wife, Edresia of Nassau, Bahamas, Shawnte McDowell and husband, Gerald of Tampa, Jazma Davis, Gary Pressley, Daniel Pressley, Derrick Pressley, linda Newsome and husband, Lee, Howard Carnegie and Sandra Davis, Adriana' Davis, Ericka Haywood, Amani Johnson, Alera Badger, Ger'Kya McDowell and Zion Codner, all of Tampa, Gabrielle and Geneal Johnson of Nassau, Bahamas, and Shirley Manigo and husband, Jimmie of Tampa; great aunts, Joanne Rutledge of Elmhurst, New York, and Lydia Williams and husband, Julius ofWalterboro, South Carolina; great uncles, Fred Rutledge and wife, MaryLee of Tampa, and Isaac Rutledge and wife, Shirley of Orange, New Jersey; and a host of sorrowing family and friends. Visitation will be held Friday, November 4, 2011, at New Smyrna Full Gospel Church, 5015 N.. 17th Street, from 5-8 p. m. Family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. Funeral cortege will form at 1507 E. Ellicott at 12:30 p. .m. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME.

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Funerals/Memoriams MR. KING WALKER, JR. Homegoing services for King Walker, Jr. whowentto be with the Lord on October 26,2011, will be held Friday, November 4, 2011, at 1 p. m. at First Baptist Church Of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Rev. Evan Burrows, Senior Pastor, officiating. Interment will be at Rest Haven Memorial Cemetery. Mr. King Walker, Jr. was born September 2, 1932, in Eufaula, AL, to Mr. and Mrs. King Walker, Sr. (Willie Lee). He worked at the Chemical Plant and retired from Metro Advertising after 35 years of service. He joined the family at First Baptist Church Of College Hill in 2009. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. King Walker, Sr. (Willie Lee); 2 brothers, Willie Joe Walker and David Lee Walker. He leaves to cherish fond me.mories: loving siblings (4 sisters and a brother), Sarah Gamble and Rose .Ann Mitchell, Hartford, Cf, Effie Lee Richardson, Chicago, IL, Ruth_ Walker, Eufaula, AL, and Curtis (Lou Ann) Walker, Eufaula, AL; and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. Visitation will be held Friday, November 4, 2011, from 12-1 p. m. at First Baptist Church Of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street. Arrangements entrusted to _JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. IN MEMORIAM CHARLIE GILMORE, JR. 1/14/47-11/5/10 Even though it has been a year, it still feels as if your presence left us on yesterday. Missing you always. your family. REVEREND LENWOOD CLIATf Reverend Lenwood Cliatt of Tampa. passed away Friday, October 28, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, 1902 West LaSalle Street, with Rev. GregoryV. Gay, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Reverend Lenwood Cliatt was born in Eufaula, Alabama, to the late Willie James and Passie Lee Cliatt. He moved to Florida in 1957 and met his loving and devoted wife, Naomi Cliatt_ in 1961. They were happily married for 4 7 years. He was not blessed to have any biological children; however, he was a father and a grandfather figure to many of his nieces, nephews, and other family members and friends. He was a faithful and dedicated member of Mt. Olive A. M. -E. Church and former Pastor of Zion Hill A. M. E. Church, Tampa, and Green Chapel A. M. E. Church in Largo, FL. Reverend Cliatt retired from Mead Paper Company and from The HillsboJ:"ough County Sheriff's Office where he worked as a school crossing guard. He was a loyal member to his church, faithful to his family and kind to. his friends. He loved to fish and watch baseball. Reverend Cliatt leaves to mourn: the love of his life, his wife, Naomi; 4 sisters, Mattie Bell Cliatt and Mildred Johnson, both of Tampa, Barbara Brown of Phoenix City, AL, and Christine Ringwater of Columbus, GA; 4 brothers, Willie James Cliatt, Jr. and wife, Dorothy ofTampa, Roy J. Cliatt and wife, Ethleen of Phoenix, AL, Mckinley Cliatt and wife, Peggy of Phoenix City, ALand Willie Michael Cliatt and wife, Vera of Columbus, GA; 2 sisters-in-law, Leomi Thompson and Timothy Mae Stephens, both of Tampa; nephews, Adelbert Cliatt, Roy J. Cliatt, Jr., Michael Cliatt, Jacoby Cliatt; Treven Cliatt, Byron Stephens, Earl Thompson, Wayne Thompson, and Alan Thompson; nieces, Tracey Brown and friend, Michael Boone, Sharon Elaine Holmes, Rita Johnson, Carolyn Williams, Marilyn Cliatt, Charlotte Mangual and friend, Emory Williams, Angela Cliatt, Cathy Miller and husband, Christopher, Cynthia Cutler and husband, James, Felicia Cliatt, Gayle Cliatt, Sarna Marshall and Kim Finaiel; special cousins, Earlene Butler, Arie Williams and Callie Crawford; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends, all of whom were special to Reverend Lenwood Cliatt. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 4, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. ---.. ... --.... __ ---... -____ ...,. ___ ... --.-....-.......... ----.. -r MOTHER ELIZABETH GOYENS On Sunday, October 30, 2011, God called home another angel, Mother Elizabeth Goyens of Tampa. A homegoing celebration Will be conducted Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 2 p.m. at College Hill Church of God in Christ, 6414 North 30th Street, with Elder Charles Davis, Pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mother Elizabeth Goyens was born May 24, 1914, in Caryville, Georgia, to the late Calvin and Pearl Pierce. She was preceded in death by her husband of 76 years, Brother Frank Goyens. A compassionate, warm and loving. person who touched the lives of everyone she met, Mother Goyens was an inspiration to both young and old, and truly loved the Lord. She was a faithful member of College Hill Church of God in Christ for eleven years until three months ago when ner illness prevented her from attending. _Her desire was to retUrn to bel' church once more. She leaves to mourn her passing and cherish her memory: two sons, Fred Goyens (Patricia) of New York City, and Kenneth Goyens (Charla:fne) of Tampa; two daughters, Fannie Hicks and Pearl Short, her faithful caregiver and constant companion; 16 grandchildren, Vivian Boone, Michael Goyens, Douglas Hicks, Rickie Goyens, Gregory Short (Ramona), Rhonda Hicks, Bridgette Kiem, Erica Cosby, Jerod Hicks, Freddie Goyens, Jr. (BJ), Felecia Goyens, Angela Pittman (Michael), Danica Ward, Latoya Goyens, Tangy Small and Angela Williams; five nieces, Edna Williams of Las Vegas, NV, Diane Bryant (Elijah) of Ocala, FL, Sharon Humes of Las Vegas, NV, Kathy Dixon of Seattle, WA, and Jeanette Davis (Ernest) of Leesburg, FL; five nephews, Ira Williams, James Williams (Charlotte), Roy Dixon (Joni), Woody Dixon (Gila) and Donald Dixon; 45 great grands and 37 great, great grands; and a host of great nieces, great nephews, cousins and friends. She was dearly loved and will be missed by all. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 4, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue,-and the family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. SISTER BRENDA LOUISE JACKSON Sister Brenda Louise Jackson of Wimauma, FL, passed away Tuesday, November 1, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 1 p. m. at Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, 5910 Vel Street, Wimauma, FL, Rev. I. Burton, pastor, with Rev. James Berrien, officiating. Interment will follow in Wimauma CommunitY Cemetery. Born in Hollandale, Mississippi, to Robert and Lillie Young, Sister Jackson was a 1979 graduate of East Bay High School. She was a member of Mount Moriah Missionary Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Ada Jackson, Aaron Jackson, Robert Young, Sr., and Irene Young; uncles, Johnny Young and J.D. Smith; and aunts, Dorisstine Jackson, Gwendolyn Jackson, Pearlie Henerway, and Roseniary Jackson. She -leaves to cherish her memory: two devoted sons, Jarrell aild Lashawn Garner of Wimauma, FL; devoted and loving parents, Robert and Lillie Young of Wimauma, FL; three sisters, Deloise (Ronnie) Weston of Jacksonville, FL, Catherine (Elliott) Walden of Seffner, FL, and Tracy (Darian) of Bradenton, FL; wonderful niece, Dekesha Weston of Savannah, GA; four special nephews, Ronnie Weston, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL, Trevon Young of Bradenton, FL, and Jalen }md Malik Walden of Seffner, FL; twelve aunts, special aunt, Hattie Stenson of Tampa, Mary Spencer and Margaret (Cedric) Penn of Houston, TX, Jackie Jackson of Sarasota FL, Patricia Jackson and Shirley Jackson of Hollandale, MS, Patricia Young, Retha Brown of Wimauma, FL, Joyce (Matthias) Mathurin, Christine Young (Paul) of Tampa, Lois Young of Trenton, NJ, and Mary Ann Young of Clearwater, FL; three uncles, Ernest Jackson (wife) of Sarasota, FL, Aaron Jackson (Shirley) of Hollandale, MS, and Charlie Young (Gloria); and a host of cousins which includes, a special cousin, Willie Cooper of Wimauma; and many friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, Novem-. ber 4, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS.EVAMAE ROBINSON Mrs. Eva Mae Robinson of 1506 West Grace Street, passed away Friday, October 28,2011. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, November 7, 2011, at 11 a.m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Clarence Southall, Jr. ofStuckey, FL, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Mrs. Robinson was a native of Stuckey, FL. She attended Stuckey Elementary and was .., :!! c z 0 < m 3: Ill m :D 1\) 0 .... .... a former member of Mt .., Tabor M. B. Church and First r Baptist Church of West 0 Tampa. She was employed :!! as a private domestic worker C at several homes. l> She leaves to cherish her memory: husband, Felix C. Z Robinson; sister, Comella ::::! Terry; brother, Hayiell Brown of Stuckey, FL; uncle, r Perry Hodges (Mildred); m four aunts, Elnora Taylor, c: Berniece Hodges of Stuckey, FL, Mary Coleman (Percy) of m Clermo:pt, FL, and Mattie ::::! Williams City, FL; z a host of nieces and "tt nephews; grand nieces, C: which includes, special grand niece, 'Mertis Dole-(i) man, grand nephews, special ::::t great grand nieces, Deja and m Djenne Johnson, and C grand nephew, Marquis Sanders; a very special niece, m Janice Stroud; special friends, Gregory and Michael Weidman and children of Baltimore, MD; and a host of m cousins and other relatives en and friends. C The remains will repose from 4-7 p. m. Sunday, No-l> vember 6, 2011, at Ray Z Williams Funeral Home, 301 C N. Howard Avenue. "TT Arrangements entrusted :!! to RAY WILLIAMS FU-NERAL HOME, Rhodes & < Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. IN MEMORIAM GEORGE-j..WADE We love and miss you dearly. Your wife, Alice V Wade and families. C) m .... co I l>

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MR. JOE CHESTER TRAMEL Mr. Joe Chester Tramel of 1940 Arch Street, passed away Wednesday, October 26,2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church, 2606 West Grace Street, with Rev. T. D. Leonard, pastor, officiating. Interment will follow in Garden of Memories Cemetery. Born on September 21, 1925, in Cairo, Georgia, Mr. Tramel was the third child of Arthur and Essie V. Tramel and was a resident of Tampa for 74 years. He received his > formal education in Cairo, member of Mt. Tabor Mis<1: sionary Baptist Church and was employed as a mainteW nance technician at Tampa :::: Housing Authority. 1-He was. preceded in death ii: by: his parents, Arthur w Tramel and Essie V. Tramel; > brother, Wilson Tramel; and W sister, Cora Rainey. He leaves to cherish his memories: his wife, Annie R. en Tramel; three sons, Chester :::::i Tramel (Yvone), Leroy m Tramel (Valerie), and Allen :::l Tramel (Varneese); 15 grandD. children and 46 great grandchildren; one brother and tij five sisters; three nephews ..;.1 and four nieces; sisters-in..J lawr Marie and Earl Lewis, :::l Laurin and Virgil Jacobs, IJil Ophelia Warren and Amelia uj Robi_nson; brother-in-law, z Columbus and Anita Wari= ren; and a host of other relaZ tives and friends. The remains will repose II( after 5 p.m., Friday, NovemC her 4, 2011, at Ray Williams -Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, and the ..J family will receive friends LL from 6-7 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS. FREDERICA HINTON WALLACE' Mrs. Frederica Hinton Wallace of San Antonio, Texas, passed away Monday, October 31, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor J.D. Averette of Detroit, Michigan, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Wallace was a native of Tampa, and a resident for 83 years. .she attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and was later employed as a domestic in private homes in Tampa. She was preceded in death by: her parents, Arthur Hinton and Ida McCall Hinton; husband, James Lerton Wallace; and daughter, Willie Mae Wallace. Mrs. Frederica Hinton Wallace leaves to cherish her memory: three sons, Eddie and wife, Bonnie Williams of San Diego, California, Amos Wallace of Tampa, and Joe and wife, LaDawn Stephens of San Antonio, Texas; six grandchildren, Katrina Alfred of Lakeland, FL, Josette Rena Williams of West Virginia, Amos Wallace, Jr. of Tampa, Joe Stephens, Jr. of Charlotte, North Carolina, Frederica Wallace and Flossie Alfred of Tampa; great grandchildren, Don'Tavious Overstreet of Lakeland, FL, Sidney Stephens of Charlotte, North Carolina, Re'yona Alfred and Re'niya Hudson of Tampa, FL; and a host of relatives and friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, November 4, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. -Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. MRS. MARIE H. WIGGS Mrs. Marie H. Wiggs of Tampa, passed away Monday, October 31, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 2 p. m at Tyer Temple United Methodist Church, 3305 North 15th Street, with Rev. Delano Mcintosh, officiating. Interment will follow in _Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Wiggs was a native of Alachua, FL, and a resident of Tampa for 98 years. She attended Booker T. Washington and was a member of Tyer Temple United Methodist Church. Mrs. Wiggs was retired. She leaves to celebrate her homegoing and forever cherish her memories: a loving and devoted daughter, Rev.Ann Wiggs-Ward; cousins, Joyce Wiggs and Veve Sotolangon; stepdaughter, Laura Messenger and husband; stepson, Louis Wiggs; two beautiful step-grandchildren, Grace and Johnnie of New York City; goddaughter, Electa Dempsey-Davis; and a handsome and devoted godson, Eric L. Davis, Jr. of Tampa. She leaves a beautiful legacy for friends and family to cherish forever. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, November 4, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ALLEN B. 'BIG DADDY' KENDRICK 11/4/21-10/17/03 Even though it has been eight years, it still feels as if you left us on yesterday. Forever missing you. Your family. Stone's MS. LEOLA C. COLLINS On October 25, 2011, God found it best to call Ms. Leola C. Collins from labor to reward. A celebration of life for Ms . Leola C. Collins will be held on Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home in the Edward W. Stone, Sr. and Fannie B. Stone Memorial Chapel, 5016 N. iz2nd Street, Tampa, with Pastor Essie Sims, officiating. Interment will be held in Orange Hill Cemetery, 4900 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa. Ms. Collins was born in Tampa, on March 14, 1940, to Clarence Collins and Bertha O'Neal Colliris Cato. She received her education in the -public schools of Hillsborough County. She was a data entry operator for Hillsborough County until her retirement. Ms. Collins leaves cherished and loving memories with: loving and devoted daughter, Shannon Collins-Downey (Travis); sisters, Inez Lumsden and Viola Edith Walker; grandchildren, Shane Downey, Tranysha Downey and Senora Downey; in-laws and devoted friends, Dorothy Markus Downey, Lia Downey, Shakeema Downey and Markus Downey, II; cousins, Mary and Alvin Bunche, William Gillette, James and Henry Gillette, Valerie William and Ella Williams; nieces and nephews, Patricia Walker, Willie Frank Wynn, Jr., V alarie Walker, Willie Walker, Donald and Melanie McNabb, Johnny and Sheryl Harrison, Watt and Patti Harrison, Sylvia and Ernest Buckhanon, Pamela McDuffie, Rosalind McDuffie, Theresa McGhee and Vinnie Williams; great nieces and nephews, Lekeshua Wynn, Jerry Lowman, Jr., Camelia Lowman, Andrea Lowman, Tandy Lowman, Duran Walker, Durshanda Walker, Dushante Walker, John Codgell and Jonique Codgell; special friends, Pauline King and Betty Collier; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose on Friday, November 4, 2011, at Stone' s Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. '22nd Street, Tampa, 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. ..., Family and friends are asked to assemble at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5916 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, at 1:45 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to STONE' S MEMORIAL FUNERALHOME. "A Fannie B. Stone Traditional Service" Wilson MR. DWIGHT A. 'KIRK' LITCHMORE !J r Thanksgiving service for the life of Mr . Dwight A. "Kirk" Litchmore of Brandon, FL, who passed away Monday, October 24, 2011, will be held Saturday, No. vember 5, 2011, at 10 a. m. at El-Bethel Tabernacle, 2121 S. 78th Street, Tampa, 33619, of which Pastor Norris Gordon, is the minister, offiCiating. Interment will follow ht Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Litchmore WlilS born August 19, 1974, in Kingston, Jamaica. He relocated from New York to the Tampa Bay Area 14 years ago. Formerly, he was a Photo Laboratory Technician for Walgreen's. Fond memories will remain with: his mother and stepfather, Deon (Ronald) Walters; _father, Rudolph Litchmore; brothers, Sean Walters, Jason Cornwall and Cory Litchmore; stepsister, Sherrise Walters; a host of nieces, nephews, uncles, cousins and other relatives and friends. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends fr(!m .6-7 p. m., Friday, November 4, 2011, at Wilso. n Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa,33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 9:45 a. m., Saturday, for the service "A WILSON SERVICE" www;wilsonfuneralhome.com IN MEMORIAM CAROL L. PRINGLE It' s been aimost one year you took your wings. you deeply' ai"d loving you forever. Love: Ashley, DJ, Peaches, Mark, Fat and Sa de.

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Funerals/Notice/Memoriams MS.MARGffi JEANE'ITE BAKER A homegoing celebration for Ms. Margie Jeanette Baker of Tampa, who passed away Thursday, October 27, 2011, will be held Saturday, November 5, 2011, at 11 a. m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, of which Reverend Dr. T. W. Jenkins is Pastor. Reverend Robert Glass will officiate. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery . Ms. Margie Jeanette Baker was born on September 20, 1959, to Willie James Baker, Sr. and Mlll:jorie McNeal in Tampa. Margie Baker, affectionately called "Jean," attended Hillsborough County Schools and graduated from King Senior High School. Margie was formerly employed with the Tampa Tribune for 19 years, and a present employee of Merck & Company. She was a very loving, caring and giving person who loved to shop and sew. She was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Henry and Adeline McNeal; aunts, Maxine Clardy and Shirley Ann Bronson; uncles, Jerry McNeal, Sr., Charles McNeal, Henry McNeal, Jr. and Albert McNeal; and cousins, Gregory Parks and Albert Perry. She leaves to cherish memories of her: her beloved mother, Mlll:jorie McNeal; father, Willie Baker, Sr. (Charlene); stepfather, Riddle; loving husband, Oral McCollough and his parents, Oral and Alberta McCollough; 3 brothers, Willie Baker, Jr., Ronald Baker and Charles Riddle (Carmeyetta);. godbrother, Bobby Lattimore; 3 sisters, Adeline Baker, Sheila Hudgins (Derrick, Sr.) and Teresa Riddle (Mark, Sr.); 4 aunts, Alma Harris, Audrey Myles, Betty (Clarence) and Alfreda; 8 nieces, Lakeisba, Adalicia, Sierra, Eyanna, Diamond, Markisha, Kasey and Khambria; 9 nephews, David, Charles, Jr., James, ill, Marquis, Derrick, II, Mark, II, Kyle, Hithe Shantae; 6 inlaws, Martha, Gwen, Jessie, Sylvester, Car) and Eddie Lee; cousins, Ernest, Jerry Lee, Jr. and family, Robert Glass, Jr. (Sylvia) and family, Lavon and family, Sherra Dean and family, Maxine and family, Albert, Lawrence, Leon, Henry, Gina, Alvin, Bryan, Lavon, Eddie and family and Patsy and family; special friends, Barbara Thompson, Vera Walker, Loverta Call, Gale Taylor, Shelia Roberts and Thresa; and a host of other sorrowing relatives, friends and co-workers. The remains will repose from 5-9 p. m., Friday, November 4, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. The funeral cortege will assemble at 4503 N. Troy Street, Tampa, at 10:30 a. m., Saturday. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome.com FamiiV Notice MS. NAOMI PATRICIA 'PATTY" WALKER Ms. Naomi Patricia "Patty'' Walker of Brandon, went home peacefully to be with the Lord on Friday, October 28,2011. Patty was born on February 2, 1949, in Columbia, South Carolina, to Mrs. Mamie Frazier and Mr. Willie B. Jackson. Patty was employed by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. Prior to that position, she worked at The Springs of Tampa Bay Women's Shelter. She was a member of Without Walls International Church in Tampa. Known for her beautiful and generous spirit, Patty dedicated her life to assisting people in need. The loving wife, mother and friend never met a stranger, and her life exemplified loving kindness and compassion. Funeral services will be held Monday, November 7, 2011, at New Ebenezer Baptist Church in Columbia, S.C . Patty leaves to cherish her memories: her loving husband, Waldo F ; Walker; daughter, Kimberly M. Posey, Columbia; four sons, Michael Eric Posey of Columbia, Vernell R. Nuteeki Johnson of New York, JaQuess Gray and Jacoby Gray of Florida; eight grandchildren including, Jaden JaQuess Gray of Tampa; a great grandchild; sister, Caroline Harmon, New York; several nieces and nephews, and a host of other relatives. Leevy's Funeral Home, 1831 Taylor Street in Columbia, is in charge of handling arrangements. Interment will be at Fort Jackson National Cemetery in Columbia. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ROOSEVELT MOORE JR. Birthday wishes go out to "Dr. R. Jay" on NovemberJrd. Love, your family. HAPPY BIRTHDAY MYRA WILLIAMSON 11/5/1937-4/15/2009 EDWARD WILSON 11/7/1947-5/2/2009 There is not a day that goes by that you are not thought of and missed by your children and grandchildren. It has been hard, but "God" has been faithful and we are still standing. Love always, your family. d d d 2708 E. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Tampa, FL33610 -. ,._,,, {813) 232-8725 --. (813) 231 -0521 Let Our Family Take care OfYour Family "We Are The Key To A Rne And Quality Serv ice REr41EMBERING THE BENJAMIN SISTERS MAMIE BENJAMIN PUINAM, ESTELLA BENJAMIN TRUSDALE And EDITH BENJAMIN NORTON The root of our family tree! Each of you are remembered in our special unique memories! The Norton, Putnam and Sesler family. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. EVANGELINE DOSTER 11/6/1925---7/-f/2005 Happy birthday, Mom, we love you and miss you. From, Harriet and family. 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c a: LL. c z Memoria HOWARD EUGENE SPOTFORD Novell\ber 1, 1948-November 4, :io1o It has been only one year since you left us, but it seems like an eternity. We will always rirlss and love you. Your sisters: Carolyn S. Williams, Gloria Rhanes and their families. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM SGT. ALBERT L. RICHARDSON In loving remembrance on your birthday, you are forever in our hearts. We love and miss you. Your partner in life, Jacqueline; daughters, Johnesba and Bernadette; and the rest of your family; and friends," Mr. and Mrs. Lester (Arlene) J ohn son, and Brother Andrew and Cheryl Wilson. ------------------------------------------ffi HAPPY BIRTHDAY :::: t-> a: w > w c w :::a: 0 ::::i m :::: D. z i= w ..J ..J :::: m ...:. w z i= z w 0 DARRELL GEORGE Born: 11/4/1982 Slept: 9/15/2007_ We miss you my dear son, as you sleep. We are thinking of you and wishing that you were here to celebrate your birthday that the Lord ordained for you to be born on. And we thank God for the day He established you to rest on. So, that's when He said to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. We miss you very much. So, sleep on 'till we all meet again. Your sisters, brothers and family Love your forever: your Inother, Johnnie Matthews, Darrell, Jr. and Zion George. c a: 0 ..J LL. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 CARD OF THANKS MR. ROOSEVELT MOORE, JR. 'DR.R.JAY' It's our deepest gratitude, love and thanksgiving that we express sincere thanks for all of you that shared with us in the illness and deInise of"R. Jay." We are appreciative of your many acts of kindness before and during our bereaveinent. Many thanks, Mrs. Willie Lee Gardner and family. CARD OF THANKS We sorrow not as those who have not hope. We, the family of ColInon Wilson, Jr. would like to say, "thank you," to all of those who prayed with us and for us during the and transition of our beloved Colinon Wilson, Jr. We are eternally grateful to you for your kindness, steadfast love and support. Warm regards, the Wilson family. Crime woman arrested After Driving Into Two Adults, Child ST. PE TERSBRG St. Petersburg Police ar rested a 31-year-old woman Tuesday for al legedly in tentionally driving her running over 3 car into three peo ple, one of them a 4year-old boy. Police said Nikki Caldwell was charged with attempted first-degree murder. At 4 p : m : police said Cald-. well drove her car onto the sidewalk at 18th Avenue, South and Walton Street, striking Joel Thoinas, 29; his aunt, Mabel Thomas, 47, and Bobby Crawford, 4, who is the son of Joel Thomas' girlfriend. According to reports, the child and Mable Thoinas were pinned against a tree b y the car, while Joel Thomas was tossed onto the car's hood. They were taken to a local hospital, but their injuries were not life threatening, police said. Police spokesman, Mike Puetz, said some time ago, Caldwell was in a dispute at a supermarket that involved sev eral women, including Joel Thomas' girlfriend. Joel Thomas told police he tried to break it up. On Tuesday, police said Caldwell approached the three, jumped out of her car and started arguing with Joel ThoinaS, accusing him of previ ously fighting with her at the su permarket. Then Caldwell got back in the car and drove it to:. ward the three. Man-In Critical Condition After Home Invasion IRA WAITERS ..... in critical condition. tion. BRADENTON Manatee County Sheriff's deputies are investi gating a home inva sion that left one man in crit ical condiDeputies said the incident oc curred at 4 a. m. at a home in the sBoo block of 7th Street East in Bradenton. Deputies said Ira Waiters, 27, and Ja Carl Williams, were in the home when two peo ple entered. Waiters was shot and the two men fled. Waiters was flown to a local hospital and is reported to be m critical con dition with a gunshot wound to the chest. Williams was not injure
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Crime :!! Poll-ee Need Help suspects sought woman sentenced To 3 Years In Then At Store on 'Drop Scam' Fraud Charges In Solving Homicide A forty-year-old woman so%andtheotherswoulddi-Tampa Police Homicide Detectives are asking for help in locating any witnesses to the fatal shooting of a 17-year old Tampa Bay Tech student. On October 29th John Singleton, Jr. was with a friend attending a birthday party at the Unique Island Restaurant 3404 East Lake Avenue. Tampa Police said during the party, a fight broke out, and the people involved were ejected from the building. Po lice said the fight continued outside resulting in shots being fired. Singleton was wounded. He was transported to Tampa General Hospital where he was pronounced dead. There were more than 6o JOHN SINGLETON, JR. people attending the party, but none have come forward. If anyone has information about this offense or can iden tify possible suspects, please contact Detective Scott Bullard at (813) 276-3574, or Detective Sonja Wise at (813) 276-3553 UNClE SANDY With so much beauty around you 6, 11, 19, 20 stop focusing on 22, 25, 29, 30 all the ugly things 33, 35, 39, 40 life throws our way 44, 49, 50, 54 Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plan s Available With N O CREDIT CHECK -LnmlllnlL Post-Conviction Proceedings, Scaling Criminal Records and Appcals-3111 West M.L.K. Jt: Blvd., Suite 100, Tampa FL 33607 www.4RcasonableDoubt.com of a lawye r is an important decision that should not b e based decide, ask us to send FREE written information about Surveillance video cap-tured these men suspected in a theft. Hillsborough County Sher iffs detectives are trying to identify suspects seen in sur veillance photos during a theft at a local convenience store. Deputies said on September 29th, three men entered the Hooka Hooka Store 2532 Bearss Avenue, and while two men distracted the store clerk and blocked her view, a third man reported removed several items from the store. All three suspects left the store without paying for the items deputies said. The items taken included a hat, toys cigarettes and other items that totaled $470. Anyone with information is asked to call (813) 247-8200. Suspect Sought In ADIIDPIId. armed-_Ribberv PINELLAS COUNTYThe County' Sheriffs Of fice is investigating an at tempted armed robbery that left one person injured. Deputies said on October 31st at 2:25p.m., a woman had pulled off Park Boulevard into the front eli trance area of. the Wagon WhE!el Flea Market to use her cell phone. While pulling back onto Park Boulevard, deputies said she was stopped waiting for traffic to clear and was ap proached by a man. The victim told deputies the man pointed a gun at her and demanded her money and purse. As he grabbed her purse, the victim tried to pull it back. The suspect then re portedly shot the victim. He was last seen running into the area of the flea market. K-9. deputies and other officials searched for the suspect The victim drove a short distance and stopped at a gas station, asking for help. She was treated by paramedics and transported to a local hospital with serious injuries. The suspect is described as a Black male, 20 to 30 years old, unshaven and last seen wearing a dark colored shirt, baseball cap and backpack. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call Pinellas County Sheriffs Office Robbery /Homicide de tectives at (727) 5823-6200. was sentenced to three years vide the other so% of the :::C in federal prison for her role money, police said. in conspiring to commit tax With the Ulegal proceeds, fraud. She pled guilty to the which she accessed through ::::: charges in June. various cash withdrawals According to the U.S. Atfrom her multiple bank actorney 's Office, Ms. Jacque-counts, Ms. Ferreira pur-line Ferreira conspired chased vehicles, furniture, with an inmate at the Union and other items. Correctional Institution in During the investigation, Raiford and others, to depolice discovered that more fraud the government by subthan 350 false tax returns mitting false tax returns. As were filed with electronic depart of the conspiracy, Ms. posits made into accounts she Ferreira opened at least ten maintained. The fraudulent bank accounts in the Tampa returns were in excess of $3 Bay area. million. However, only Prisoners and others com$443,711.92 in tax refunds pleted income tax returns and were deposited into Ms. Fer-the refunds were deposited reira's accounts, police said. into the accounts. 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FLORIDA. SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2011 B Students At Charter School Get To Shadow lt. Governor BYJULIAJACKSON Students in Junior Achievement at Mt. Pleasant Standard Based Middle School spent a full day shadowing Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll. The Job. Shadow Day was spent at Casper Company McDonald's Restaurant. During their visit at the corporate office, the students had an opportu nity to learn about the different jobs available within the business. The stu dents were able to interact with Bob Conigliaro, Vice President of Com munity Affairs who was excited about the students visiting the company. school's auditorium. Afterwards, the entire student body, as well as faculty and staff journeyed with the Lt. Governor to the corporate offices and a Casper McDonald s restaurant. All were treated to lunch "We really appreciated meeting Lt. Governor Jennifer Carroll. She was so down to earth and she is a very beautiful lady She talked with us and answered any questions we asked her. It was exciting to see her in per son, stated Kawanii walton. Lt. Governor Carroll started the day greeting the students in the DeAnd.re Jones asked, "Do you have your own private jet? With a big smile Lt. Governor Carroll stated, "No, not yet." (Photos by Julia Jackson) Mt. Pleasant Principal, Yolanda Capers and Lt. Gov. Carroll. DeAndre Jones asks the Lt. Governor about having her own jet. The. school's Vice President of the Board, Rev. Dr. Teachers with Lt. Governor Carroll: Gerald Dickens, Kim Mallard, Ebony Faison, Decondra Williams and Carolyn Johnson. Jada Shellman, Emari Shazer, JayKiva Burney and Kawanii Walton enjoyed the conversation with the Lt. Governor. C. T. Kirkland, center, is shown with students, Starr Cespedes, Kawanii Walton, JayKiva Burney, Enyia Green, Janiya Ramsey and Emari Shazer. Annual 'Pamper Me' Health Fair And Seminar Held On Saturday, October 151h, the 2011, the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) Breast and Cervical Cancer Program held their Annual "Pamper Me" Health Fair and Seminar at the University Area Community Center. Some sponsors of this event were LifeLink, TBCCN (Tampa Bay Community Cancer Network), Moffitt Cancer Center HART (Hillsborough Area Regional Transit) Sunshine State Health Plan, ABC Home Medical Compan y The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and Prodigy Cultural Arts Program. Attendees were also given information on where to obtain free mammograms such as the Moffitt Cancer Center, St. Joseph's Hospital, and Morton Plant Hos pital (Pinellas) (Photographs by TOBY SCOTT). Lori Lopez, Candy Lopez, Lilia Ocampo, Carolyn Grant, Clarence Gyden, Mary Gyden, Nicole Gyden, and Rose Martinez were coordinators of the Health Fair. Lily Gutierrez, Mariana Arevalo, Jamila Ealey, Khaliah Fleming and Natalia Lopet, of the Tampa Bay Community Cancer Network, said their motto is "Building Community Networks to Reduce Health Disparities." Irene Harris was the winner of "Dinner for 2" prize to Maggiano's Restaurant. Members Marlene York-Monroe, Dorothy Reed, and Andrea Hankerson are shown on the first row. Shown on the second row are: Annette Gibson, Tracy Thompson, Dominque Daniels and Willette Hollinger of Zeta Phi Beta, who served a healthy meal during the health fair. Carolyn, Rosa, Emma, and Priscilla are grateful for the knowledge, the rose and the new umbrella they received at the health fair.

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;:: features i East Tampa Resident wants Action Taken z Against 'Snipe' Signs a: u.. Martinez Wright holds some of the signs he's removed from along the right-of-way near his property BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter u.. c They adorn telephone poles, and are placed along the right-of-way and adjaQ cent to vacant lots or high en traffic areas. The "they" in this case are 1-those white signs you see everywhere declaring a w house is for sale or someone iij wants to buy a house. They c are called "snipe" signs, and Wright feels it's en time something is done abOut them. ;:, "I don't think it's right D. these people come int' o our !: community, put up these t:i signs, then leave. They know j the signs are illegal, but they ;:, don't care. They won't put them up in their neighborw hoods, but they want to dis!: respect us." !z Mr. Wright said herecently caught someone erectc( ing a sign along the border of C a cemetery. "That wa8 the ultimate ..I u.. !D I N w f disrespect to me. Imagine doing that in broad daylight and not caring who doesn't like it. "These people are dam aging the poles and it just doesn't look good. We de serve better than this, and I believe we have to take a more active role in letting these people know we don't want their signs in our com munity." -Mr. Wright said if he has to, he will take civil ac tion against anyone he catches putting the signs up on poles or along the rightof-way. A representative with the City of Tampa's Code En forcement Office, said the signs are actually a city issue and they are removed by dif ferent agencies and individ uals. "I don't believe anyone has been fined for putting the signs up. If we see them we pull them because they are illegal, she said." Firstladv Michelle Obama Brings Message To Tampa First Lady Michelle Obama is being escorted by children from St. Petersburg's John Sexton Elementary School. Rev. Willie G. Dixon and Souad DreYfus, founder of Open Arms Consultants. First Lady Michelle Obama recently visited the city of Tampa. The illustrious wife of the nation's first African-American president paid a visit to a private home for a fundraiser. She was the picture of charm as she gracefully walked to the podium to speak to a crowd of over 200 enthusiastic sup porters. During her speech she expressed her gratitude for her family being in such a privi leged position, and then began articulating the vision her husband ha.S for the country. She said that the nation has a clear choice of. continu ing to move forward with her husband's bold and effective leadership or going back wards with much of the same misguided public policy that got us in trouble in the first place. Mrs. Obama, stated that her husband wants to expand healthcare coverage to millions of Americans who have been without' it for much too long. Many of the provisions of his new healthcare plan will begin to take effect next year. New benefits will pro foundly affect the quality of healthcare for a great number of Americans. Mrs. Obama talked about the President's new jobs bill with its tax incen tives for small businesses and a bold new infrastructure and reconstruction plan. Thou sands of miles of roadway and a huge number of bridges, tunnels, dams and buildings are literally falling apart alli,U'ound us. PresiObama wants to put people to work repairing them. During her husband's ad ministration she said, Osama Bin Laden was brought to justice, and other foreign terrorists have been apprehended. Thousands of American troops now sta tioned in Iraq will be home with their families for Christ mas and many others will soon }>e coming home from Afghanistan because of President Obama's leadership . Mrs. Obama stated, "whether we accept it or not, we are all in this together, and we might as well work to gether to make our great na tion even greater," she said. The First Lady went on to say that, we need to seriouSly consider the alternatives to her husband's caring and insightful leadership. we must decide if we want to continue to move in the right direction or return to the beleaguered pathway of failed policies and elitist agendas. The Obamas are visiting various cities and speaking with citizens around the nation, carrying this message. In attendance at this historical event was Rev. Willie G. Dixon, his wife, Maryse, Minister Jarvis El-Amin, Rev. Charles Mckenzie, Ms. Candy Lowe, Mrs. Marie White, Pastor DoQ.ald White, Ms. Ella K. Coffee, Ms. Dianne Hart, Mrs -Denise Pate and.Ms. Sandra Singleton. This team is dedicated to expanding voter education and ensuring all voters get out to vote for the candidate that has their best interest and concern at heart. Mrs. Obama's visit to Tampa will "Keep Hope Alive, in making America the Greatest Nation in the World!"

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TREASIEAnd EDWARD Happy birthday to my baby. I love you and enjoy your day. Treasie. IlPPI Binhdav EDWARD Happy birthday to Ed Banks. From, your family. Meet us at RV.T. Park on 11-05-2011. HIPPV Binhdav TREASIE, PEACHES, SHANDRIA, EDWARD Happy birthday. We love you. MICROS S120 &Up We Also Do Sew In Weaves We Accept We Specialize In All Kinds Of Braids Credit Cards Address: 10020 N. 30th St. *Tampa, FL 33612 (At Poinsettia Plaza-Behind Busch Gardens IIPPV35th Binhdav TASHA, a.k.a., PIG And MELSWELL I would like to wish my hubby, Mel, a "happy birthday" and hope you enjoy your day 'cause it only comes around once a year. With that being said, keep the swagger look up 'cause you're doing a marvelous job. May God bless you to see many more to come. Love, the "1" and only, Mrs. Fowler. FYI Middleton High Cliss Of 1963 Meeting rJ:le' High Scho.ol Class of 1963 will mee. t Sat'urday, November 12, 2011, 12:30 p . m at the Golden Corral Restaurant, 11801 N. 56th St. (Temple Terrace). All classmates are invited and encouraged to attend. For additional information, p)ease contact (813) 447-1194 Tampa Metro SecUon Of NCNW The Tampa Metro Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc., will meet on Saturday, Nov. sth, 10 a. m., at Lee Davis NSC, -comer of N. 22nd St. and E. 26th Ave. Committee Chairs are to submit typed current reports. Copies of the Section's updated By-Laws will be presented. Members are asked to be present and on time. Interested visitors are wel come. Gloria W. Davis, reporter. HIPPV Binhdav Birthday wishes are being sent out to Twanda. From, CEEPOG, a.k.a., Clarence Davis 'A Mother's love Is Priceless' A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity; it dares all things and crushes down remorselessly, all that stands in its path. Happy 21st birthday, Eboni. Love, mom, Dre, Peedy, Dria, Ashantj. and a host of family that loves you dearly!

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.,... Local i Teachers And Students Show Suppon During w Breast Cancer Awareness Month Q a: 1&. Recently, several teachers and students at Van Buren Middle School demonstrated their support for Breast Cancer Awareness by wearing pink. Also supporting the cause Men of Vision at Van Buren Middle School showed their support by wearing the signature color of pink for awareness. Members of the Men of Vision Chapter at Steinbrenner High School also wore their pink ties. Q a: 1&. Q z c( Q tJ) w Joel Elkanah, President of Men ofVISion, Michael House, Sergeant-At-Arms, Zaytwann Shaw, > Secretary, Dr. JoAnn Redden, PrinCipal of Van Buren Middle School, Charles Spraggins, Aaron ffi Webb, and Nathanael Bautista, wore pink in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness >Month. w "Bringing Out The You, You Never Knew" .. 97t1A:N.;56TASTREET __ [ETERRAC FL 33617 Male teachers who wore pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month were: front row, Aaron Stillings and Ross Anderson, founder of Men of VISion. Back row, Dfaut Joseph, Artis Gambrell, Lee Adams, Kevin Mullaney, Charles Butts, and Roland Williams. Members of Steinbrenner Chapter of Men of Vision who wore pink ties are from left to right: Marquavis Hamilton, Phillip Smith, Chris Miranda, Pablo Almodovar, Keion White, and Michale Nedd. Walk-ins Welcome

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Religious 3 Faith-Based Group OUers Free lincoln-Douglass Ball i c Groceries To Families In Need Planning Meeting n BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Cornelius "Big Bru" Hamilton, along with Pastors Ricky and Kari-Ann, will be hosting a grocery give away on Sunday, November 6th. The event will begin at 12 p.m. at The Walk Assistance Center, 8619 North 40th Street. The giveaway will be based on a first come, first served basis, and if you come for the 10 a. m. service at The Walk, you could be one of the first people in line. "BigBru" Big Bru has been in. volved in the entertainment industry for more than a decade, but put all of that behind him. "My passion is for Jesus, people and food. Put those three together and you have the perfect making of some one people tend to gravitate to. "I think God has called on me to serve the people by helping them during these tough and trying times. I want them to know they aren't forgotten, and God is sill protecting and watching over them." Big Bru is director of The Walk Assistance Center, and owner of Big Bru's Barbecue. "My goal is to serve at least 100 families. If more come, we'll try to find a way to make sure they don't leave empty handed." successtul Feeding Ministrv On Sunday, September 25, 2011, Sisters in Fellowship Families and Friends Palm River COGIC Missions Department Feeding Ministry held a successful event. With the help of supportive sponsors) they were able to feed over 200. The next planned feeding was October 30, 2011 in front of Snax Store; 7th Ave. and 1 p. m. (Photos by Doug Bateman) Ms. Lillie says Homey has supported the ministry for 10 years. Family members assisting Shelia Lillie in the feeding are: Pudden, Bullet and Dea-con Rain. :I The Lincqln-Douglass Planning Meeting was held at the St. James House of Prayer Episcopal Church. The annual ball is 1'1 planned for February 12, 2012. c The annual event is a fundraiser for Cornerstone Kids AfterSchool Program, which has provided free tutoring and aftercare for children in the neighborhood for over 25 years. (Photo by Julia Jackson) Members at the planning meeting for tlie Lincoln-Douglass Ball included Deidra Joseph, Atty. Julie Sneed and Ken Rollock. DOOR OPEN: 8PM SHOW1IE: 9:3CfM Ttdlets: AllPD101111.COM BIG JOIIt'S ALABAMA BARBEQIE. 5707 N 4o1H SlEI': 813-&z3.3&00 GQ FASIIONS E tllS80II)U(ilf Avt : 813-236-7814/11 : PBKY AIJ10 813-495-8770 DEI.VI :

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.... ..... ocf ers to live and follow the ings and emotions towards When you are in conflict a: commandments. one another. There will be with people do your best to This is how serious Jesus less conflict and more har-get the issue resolved. Do ::E is about the church being in mony when the people of not allow mess to linger on W harmony and conflict free; God learn how to monitor for a period of time. The f) He says unless your right-and control their emotions longer garbage stays around Conflict Resolution eousness is better than the toward their brothers and the niore it stinks. resolve to this ft Many companies or orformed them that He was the kingdom of heaven (vs. matter of conflict, Jesus says our conflict if we follow the ganizations have trainings not trying to destroy that of 20). These people are the settle matters quickly with teaching of Jesus. We must for employees on conflict old, but make perfect what religious leaders of the day. your adversary (vs. 25). If be better than those before resolution. Resolving conthey already know. These are the people who are you have an issue with us and understand that flict requires understanding He says to them that anysupposed to teach people the someone settle it soon and Jesus wants us to live better and teaching. Jesus in His one who breaks any of the law and commandments of very soon. and have more blessed lives. ministry taught them how to commandments and teaches God. resolve their conflict with others to do the same will be Jesus tightens the degree one another. Matthew called the least in tb, e king-of conflict that people can 5:17-26 provides insight dom (vs. 19). People must display towards one another. into Jesus' words that understand that the break-In the days of old it was said teaches the people how to ing of any commandment that people were going to be live in harmony with one anwill be handled the same in judged if they murdered, but other. the eyes of God. Most of our now Jesus says if you get Verse 17 shows Jesus conflict can be resolved angry you will be subject to giving the people an underwhen we rea-lize and accept judgment (vv. 21. 22). standing of why He had that all people have faults Murder is an act. It recome. He says to them that and issues and will be held quires action on a person's He did not come to destroy accountable for something. part to murder. There are the Law or the Prophets, but One of the reasons "mess" many who felt they can do or He came to fulfill them. continues to flourish in the think up to the point of mur-In resolving conflict church is because there are der and not be judged. Thus !!::; sometimes you have to help so many who are teaching the teaching (heard) that if a people gain understanding. others to be "messy''. There you murder .... Jesus teaches i: What Jesus was teaching must be intentional effort to them now that if they get U.. was not popular with the teach people to live right and angry they will be subject to people and they thought He how to get along with one judgment. Angry is an emo-had another agenda. There another in the body of tion or a feeling. are some who do know why Christ. The great ones in the The people must under-C you do what you do or act kingdom of heaven are those stand that they will be held f3 the way you act. Jesus inwho practice and teach othaccountable for their feel-: .... ii: w > w c w :::1: UJ :::i ID :::: D. z i= w ..J ..J :::: ID ..J w z i= z w UJ a: 0 ..J LL BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A .M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." COPPERSTONE 3632 LAND O LAKES BOULEVARD LAND O'LAKES FL 34639 813 401-0161 Sunday Morning Worship 10:30A.M. WEDNESDAY NIGHT BIBLE STUDY 7:00 P.M. 'LADIE S ONLY' CHAT N CHEW EVERY THIRD SATURDAY 6 P.M. 9 P.M. chatnchew20 1 1 "'b,...t surrounds one who trusts in the LORD. Psalm 32:10 Training For Church Health care Ministries Graduate students from the USF College of Public Health, in association with the Center for Equal Health, will be provid ing 3 trainings for community members associated with local church Health Care Ministries. The trainings will occur during three Saturdays: November 5th, November 12th, and November 19th. Trainings will last ap proximately 3-1!2 hours, from 9:30 a. m. -1 p. m. each session. Trainings will take place at the Heart of East Tampa Front Porch Office, 1920 E. Hillsborough Avenue, 2nd Floor. Refreshments will be served. Trainings are limited to 10 participants. Other community members are welcome to participate if space is available after Health Care Ministry members are registered. The training schedule is as follows: Saturday, November 5th, What is a Lay Health Advisor and Communication. Saturday, November 12th, Working in the Community and Clinical Trials. Saturday, November 19th, Cancer 101 and Research. Please contact Ms. Johnetta Goldsmith or Ms. Coni Williams for more information at 813-443-5163 about par-NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E. Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813} 247-3899 REV. WALTER J. WILLIAMS Pastor Earty Morning Worship-7:55A.M. Sunday Morning Worship 9 :30A.M. Morning Worship :55 A.M. Wed. Family Night-7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Ministry FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St Tampa, Fl 33610 (813) 248-6600 . REV. EVAN BURROWS SENIOR PASTOR SUNDAY SERVICE Early Worship 7 :50a. m. Sunday School 9 :45a.m. Morning Worship 10:50 a.m. TUESDAY SERVICE Prayer Service 6:30 p.m. Life Enrichment University Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at info@fbcch.org Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW-6:00P. M Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P.M

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.,; I r Robinson (mem.) and was Friday, October 28th at 8616 Progress Blvd. (be-ffi Morili Michael. Allen Temple. tween 78th St. and Faulken-Condolences are extended burg Rd.) w Sick And Shut-Ins to the Thomas, McClarty, Saffore and Hunt families, z If it wasn't for the Lord on due to the passing of their My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry >;' our side, where would we loved one, Mrs. Lillie be? Let us keep the sick and Leonard-Thomas. She ii: Daylight Shay) Anthony, and shut-ins in our prayers: will be sorely missed by u. Savings Time Roosevelt Moore (mem.). Annie Laura Jelks, Ar-those who knew her. For FREE Bibles and greeting cards to Florida inmates, please write: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 33689-0402. You are all so special and we lean Evans, Beryl Wil-May each of you seek the love you. Your family. son, Marie Benson, Ben Lord for comfort, guidance Daylight savings time goes into effect on Sunday, No vember 6th. Turn your clocks back 1 hour. Happy birthday to the fol-Plair, Sr., Mary Lucille and strength during this lowing November cele-Turner, Geneva Lucas, time ofbereavement. If you would like to donate a few new, inexpensive pa perback Bibles (regular or large print), please call (813) 735-7968. Thank you. November Birthday Celebrants The birthstone this month is Topaz and the flower is the Chrysanthemum. Happy belated birthday wishes are extended to Mrs. Alfreda Ross, who celebrated another year of life on Mon day, October 24, 2011. May God be with you for many more years. Ms. Mozelle DeBose turned 85 on Wednesday, November 2, 2011. She will C celebrate her special day at ii: home with family and u. brants: Rhonda Reeves, Eloise Leeks, Phyllis Emani Howard Hamil-Akes, Mattie Mills and ton, Shannon (Shay Marion Washington. Prayer Requests Please extend special prayer requests for the fol lowing people: oPaal Lattimore, Betty Wiggins, and Carlos Sanchez's aunt who lives in Ocala, FL. Sympathy Our heartfelt sympathy is sent to the families of Roosevelt Moore, Lawrence Brown, Roy McCoy, Anthena Brown, Melvira Croft Elouise St. James AME Church Of Progress Village . The Community Hqur of Power Bible Prayer Band meets every Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m. They are a group of God's children gathered together on one accord to learn the Word of our Father. Everyone is invited to come and share with us. First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Thought For Today \ "The fragrance of flowers spreads only in the direction of the wind, but the good ness of a person spreads in all directions." F.Y.I. -Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 741-9760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers . C friends on Saturday, NovemZ ber sth. wishes are C sent to you from your loved Shay)Anthony,Deborah Reeves, James B. Hamilton, Jr., Thayron Labron Grisby, Jr., Helen Louisa McNair Grisby, Uriel Israel Moragne, Jeffrey Ellison, KeShawn Isaiah Solomon, Julia Smith Walker Battle, Shatiquah Tucker, Pamela Gilbert. Smith, Troy Thomas, George Brown, Nelson Rivera, Jimmy A. Powell, Leonard Metaye, James D. Taylor, Bill Murphy, Laura Lee Byrd, Gloria Gomez, Mike Miller, Rhonda McMahon, Sherry Schmidt, Lou Powell, John Christopher Livingston, Michael Lise, Donald "Bobby" Nappier, Jayla Livingston, Stephanie Livingston, Laura Bingham, Naomi Dr. Sam Sen ior Teaching Pastor, 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, 33619,-(813) 677-1948. Let's also keep our service men and women lifted up as they continue to protect our country. c en w ::;) ... w [ij c w :z:: en :J m ::;) 111. z ffi ...1 ...1 ::;) m ...1 w z t= z w en a: g u. ones. A big, special birthday shout out to Ted Bridgette McNair-Lockhart, Sha-Ron Curtis Anthony, Shannon (Shay CHURCH DIRECTORY GREATER BETHEl MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 1287 ll.lllflrSan SL TampaR, 33&02 [8131 229-1390 sunday St:heol.-.--------" 9:15am. larnlng Warship ..... "."""""" ................. 11 a.m. Prover service, Tuasdav.-... -.. -;. ..... 6 p.m. Awana Bible SludV, Tuesday __ -.:__6:30 pm. Bible Study, Tuesdav ... -... ......... on ............. 1 p.m. Cousin, Lillie Dixon and Ernestine James. Belated condolences ex tended to the Simpson and Adams families of the late Mrs. Minnie A. Simpson. The homegoing celebration NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. lake Ave.* 2484127 uMriiiCL,.,, Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30A. M Morning Worship 10:45 A.M B ible Class 4 :30P. M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 : 30 P UNITY M.B. CHURCH I Can DtAIITiinus ling CllltstWhich REV. OSCAR JOHNSON, JR. 3111 Ybor St. Tampa FL 33605 ___ (813) 248 5955 E H LY HOST CHURCH OF PURCHASED WITH HIS BLOOD, 3613 N. 23rd St.** TamP-a, FL 33605 (813) 247-3055-Church (813) 613-4600 Cellular Email: bishopandrews @ live com SERVICE TIMES S und a y School 1 0 A. M Mornin g Service-11: 3 0 A.M. Evening Service-7:30 P. M Bibl e Study -Tuesday Eve ning B ib l e Band 7:30 P. M Thur sday Evenin g Y PWW7:30P. M 1 s t And 3rd Friday Eve ning Women's Outreac h Ministry 7:30 P. M ELDER H H. HUNT, PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M Morning Worship 11 A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at her NEW number (813) 7357968. ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avennue,Tampa, FL (C:)rner Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddie Newkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday: 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enricbment 9:45A.M. Sunday Schooi I Orientation -10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3r
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a: w m == w > 0 z c a: u. Sharpen Your Memorv Memory lapses happen to all of us. But you can combat the problem by upping your magnesium intake Magnesium strengthens junctions that transmit sig nals to brain cells. Aim for 310 mg. daily. Eat oatmeal, almonds or spinach or take a supplement. Add Some Spice To Your lite Cinnamon lowers blood glu cose leveis, regulates natural insulin production and may also help to prevent diabetes. Cinnamon is loaded with an ;;: assortment of antioxidants. c Cloves are packed with a: eugenol, a powerful natural u. antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial that kills c( germs before they can make you sick. Cloves also prevent blood clots and they can help to lower "bad" LDL cholesterol and increase "good" HDL cho lesterol. Chili Peppers contain cap saicin which helps to melt belly fat by stimulating your metab olism Ketchup Halts Cancer w ;::::) t-w > w c w ::J: en :J m ;::::) Ketchup contains lycopene, a powerful antioxidant in toma toes that lowers your risk of everything from cancer to heart disease. Organic ketchup contains 3 times more lycopene than re gular ketchup. -----------------------------------------z tu ;::::) m w z z w C/) c( c a: 0 ..J u. r.n I 0 .... Take Care Of Your Feet And They Will Last A Lifetime! -SHEEHY ANKLE & FOOT CENTER ANGELLA TOMUNSON DDS PA GAIL C. MCDONALD DDS MPH Foot Pain Ankle Pain Diabetic Foot Care Laser Fungus Nail Treatment PaulL. Sheehy, Jr., DPM, PA Accepting New Patients, lnduding Children Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures -Extraction Implant Restorations Walk -Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citize n D i scounts Tampa 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South OfW. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Up Your Vigor A shortfall of Vitamin D trig gers fat in muscle tissue, making you feel weak and lethargic. Aim for 2,000 IU of Vitamin D by getting more milk, yogurt, eggs or take a supplement SlowAuinu Regularly eating foods ri ch in Omega-3 fatty acids like tuna, salmon, flaxseeds and tofu helps to slow the aging process. Omega 3s help to prevent da mage to telomeres caps on the ends of chromosomes that indi cate how fast the body ages. The longer the telomeres, the less likely you are to develop inflam mation and other wear-andtear on your body cells that lead to diseases. Avoid Alzheimer's Eating chicken, which is full of niacin, a vitamin that forms a protective barrier around cells and defends against aging will help you avoid Alzheimer's. Sage, which means wisdom ; also helps boost your brainpower, preserve your memory and lower your risk of dementia and Alzheimer s. Protect Yolir DNA Foods rich in Vitamin C like oranges and strawberries decrease the risk of DNA mutation, which is associated with cancer, diabetes and other illnesses. Drinking a tall glass of or ange juice can significantly re duce diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number), because it is rich in hesperidin, an an tioxidant that improves blood vessel function. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that zaps d amaging free radicals before they can do harm. lower Your Cholesterol Eating a handful of walnuts daily for four weeks can give you a 5% drop in cholesterol. Walnuts are full of alpha linoleic acids, which help the body to get rid of bad choles terol. I 3:1 5il ;. 5-1 Eye Exam & CD I Single Vtaian om-. )lo a. I SHAUN SMALL ; 0.0. 1 I (Oak & Jefferson) Oi'TOMETIUC PHYSICIAN Servin!} Downtown. Tampa Heights -I 1 Semmole Hetghts And Ybor City Phone: 813-443-5660 1 Confidence Begins With A Beautiful Smile! lmpm,
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Health ., :!! c 1 Easv wavs To Ruin Your Skin An Apple A Dav .---..----------, experienced a 23% decline in The bad habits of our youth can take a toll on our face years later. In fact, it' s precisely such reckless behavior that can im pact skin long-term. The good news is that keep ing your skin looking youthful isn't so difficult as long as you start remedying these 7 bad habits now: 1. Smoking As if smoking doesn't cause enough problems, it also takes a toll on your face. cerned about that cheese burger and fries? "Junk food won't permanently damage your skin but you ll gain weight [and not feel good." 4 Sleeping With Your Makeup On Late nights can lead to lazy skin care. But skimping on those five minutes of facial cleansing and moisturizing can have long-term effects on your complexion! well as forcing out buried ones We ve all done it: You see an ingrown hair on your leg or bikini line so you grab your tweezers and start digging Or those annoying stray facial hairs are driving you crazy so you try to pluck them out. Stop! 7 Not Worrying Enough About ... Women who ate dried apples every day for a year show major improvements in heart risk factors, according to research from Florida State University. Women who ate the apples, C-reactive protein, which is an m indicator of inflammation in thebody. Also, by eating 1-2 apples a day, your 'bad' LDL choles-N terol could drop up to 14% and g your 'good' HDL cholesterol ...,. could rise up to 4% Women who ate apples also lost an average of 3 pounds over the course of a year. This may be due to the pectin in the apples, a soluble fiber that can make you feel full. Smoking dehydrates and kills elasticity, depriving skin of essential nutrients. Even your lips will lose their luster with cigarette use. 5 Not Realizing The Consequences Of Tattoos and Piercings You' re not wearing the same makeup or clothes you were wearing last year. So, do they really want something perma nent on their bodies. A tattoo is a permanent scar. You re talk ing five to 20 laser treatments to remove it -and some inks are impossible to remove. Talking on the phone. Even something as benign as talking on the phone can be bad for your complexion; the bacteria on the dirty receiver can cause acne and clogged pores. Hair products. These are other concern for the acne prone. Their oils can drip onto your face when you sweat. Ask your doctor for vitamin recom mendations, too -:-the wrong ones can result in a breakout. Fruits And Vegetables Fight To Protect Your Health 2. Messing With Your Acne Yom mom warned you ... and she was right. Trying to break blemishes all by yourself is like trying to be your own .dentist. Most acne is embedded deeply and when you pop it, you push the bacteria further into the skin. 3 Eating Too Much Junk Put down those fries and pick up that broccoli. But with new findings on what's good and bad for you caffeine and chocolate have been found to contain beneficial antioxidants should we really be conPiercing, when it's in an area like the belly button, it can lead to nickel allergies; you'll end up allergic to all costume jewelry later on. If you pierce cartilage, like the ear, you risk a deforming scar 6. Getting Too Crazy With The Tweezers Skin care experts caution against overplucking facial bikini and eyebrow hair, as Which products you're using. Are you using the right pro ducts for your skin type? Harsh acne treatments and astrin gents can dry your skin and make it vulnerable to wrin kling. Even a massage can pose a risk if done incorrectly (ag gressive facial rubbing could lead to sagging skin). It's Still All About Common Skin Sense ... Fruits and vegetables are packed with essential vitamins minerals, fiber, and disease fighting phytochemicals. Be cause of this, eating plenty of fruits and vegetables everyday can help reduce your risk of many different illnesses, in cluding diabetes and various types of eancer. Because they're low in calOries and high in fiber, fruits and vegetables can heip you control Named one of the best i n the nation. And #1-in Tampa Bay. Tampa Gen e r a l Hospital i s p r o u d to be named t o U.S.N e w s & W o rld Report' s lis t of "America' s Best Hospitals" -this time in seven specialties: Cardiology & Heart Surgery; D iabetes & Endocr inology; Geriatrics; Gyne cology; N ephrology; Orthopedics; and Urology. By ranking in the top 25% o f all hospital s e v a luated T G H was des i g n ated high-performi n g in five oth e r specialties: Cancer; Ear, Nose & Throat; Gastroent e r o l ogy; Neuro logy & Neurosurgery; and Pulmonology. T h i s designation, a l o n g with our national rankings, earned TGH the distinction of #1 hospit a l i n Tampa Bay. We would l ike to thank our outstanding team of healthcare p rofessionals for their continued comm i tment to exceptional patient care. Tampa General Hospital. Trusted for eur tlpertise. Cbosen for our care:" For a referral to one of our physicians, please call 1-800-822-DOCS or v i s i t www.tgh.org. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine your weight. By eating more fruits and vegetables and fewer high-calorie foods, you'll find it much easier to control your weight. Busy lives require food that's nutritious, energizing, and easy to eat on-the-go, like fresh fruits and vegetables. 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Recipes Tuscan Glazed Chicken Monterev Chicken z 1/3 cup mayonnaise 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning 3 tablespoons finely chopped roasted red pepper 6 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (about 2 pounds) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 425F. Combine all ingredients except chicken in medium bowl. Arrange chicken on baking sheet. Evenly top with may onnaise mixture. Bake 20 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. Spinach and Almond-Topped Chicken 1-1/2 tablespoons mayonnaise 1 cup baby spinach leaves, rinsed, dried and chopped 1 tablespoon chopped almonds 2 teaspoons gra:ted Parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon dry bread crumbs 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (about 1 pound) DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 425F. In medium bowl, combine all ingre dients except chicken. On baking sheet, arrange chicken. Evenly top with may onnaise mixture. Bake 15 miriutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. Tortilla Casserole 1 cup coarsely crumbled tortilla chips 2 cups cubed cooked 1 can cream-style whole kernel corn, 3/4 cup Pace Picante,sauce. 1/2 cup sliced pitted ripe olives 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese chopp.ed green and re
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Things To Know About Your Adjustable Rate Mongage VVhen you choose an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) loan, make sure you know some of the following facts, so that you are prepared when your fixed rate term ends. 1. When will your rate adjust the first time, and by how much? This could be any term from 1 month to 7 years, so make sure you know the date and you are prepared for the adjustment. 2. Be aware that the rate of your ARM will not shift only once. It's likely to shift regularly according -to any changes in interest rates. Your rate can be determined by the U.S. Treasury or the LIBOR index, do familiarize yourself with the right index and fol low interest rates so you are well educated. 3 Be aware of your refinancing options. ARM loans can be great to start off in a home or condo, but you can easily refinance to a fixed rate loan. The key is to get a great interest rate on your fixed loan, so watch rates, keep in contact with your mortgage broker and make the move before you get into trouble with your ARM loan ALL Mortgage QUESTIONS MAY BE MAILED TO: Yolanda Y. Anthony Licensed Loan Originator P.O. Box 21472 Tampa, FL 33622 QUEENS SHO . . 1256 EAST HILLSBOROUGH AVENUE (CORNER OF HILlSBOROUG H AND 13TH ST.) !TEMI' ORAR i l Y LOCATED I N !HE BACK) 62-2234 NOW OPEN MONDAY-WEDNESDAY 10A.M 8 P.M. THURSDAY-SATURDAY 10AM.1 0 P .M. RVY Wow a loatiqae for plas lze woanea ... : .. . 10'16 East Brandon Blvd Braadon. Fl 33511 www.earvvBirlsBeutlque.net 81 3-662-0800 The Game Ollile "I can't imagine a person becoming a success who doesn't give this game of life everything he's got." Walter Cronkite Empowered greetings All across America you can find devout fans cheering for their favorite football team. It doesn't matter if it's Pop VVarner, high school, college or a professional league; people go to the extreme to represent their team. They buy team parapherna lia, dye their hair and paint their bodies just to let you know what team they are rooting for. The game of foot ball presents many challenges for defensive and offensive players, coaches, managers and owners. However, the most successful teams have a keen understanding of the pros and cons of the game, their opponents and the busi ness side of the sport. VV ell, as exciting as football is, I believe the game of life is more exciting, despite all of its challenges I also believe that, as fanatical as you are about your favorite sports team, is how fanatical you should be about your life. If you're not the #1 fan of you, then who will be? In life, just like in football, there are some basics about the game you must understand. YoU' will have some good days and some bad days. You will win some and you will lose some. And there are some blows you're going Do Cops Ever Getlt Wrong; ABSOLUTELY. Do they ever get it wrong intentionally? Yes, but rarely. However, in many cases, cops get it wrong without even knowing it Take your typical traffic stop for a speeding ticket. Cops who issue these types of tickets oftentimes dev ote their entire careers to being a traffic citation officer and have little training and experience in criminal investigations The officer s lack of experience and train ing comes to light when he pulls over a person for speeding and approaches the car and smells drugs, marijuana for example. Say in this particular car there are four occupants and the marijuana joint is in the front closed ashtray, unlit andnothot. Common sense dictates that the car probably smells from a joint that was being smoked recently, but not the one in the car. Nine times out of ten the inexperienced traffic cop will assume 'that this joint is the one that was being smoked and someone will be arrested. More often than not if no one admits to possession of the joint, the two occupants in the front seat will be arrested under the theory of constructive possession. VVhat's the cop to do you ask? Legally he should not arrest anyone because b y the letter of the law he cannot prove who is in posses sion or control of the marijuana, nor how long the joint was there and whether anyone even knew it was there. VVe've already explained what the cop will probably do ... arrest at least two people possibly all four and let the situation sort itself out in court. A good criminal defense attorney would know what motions to file and how to handle this situation to the benefit of his client. But take the more complicated and serious situation where law enforcement gets it wrong. For example, the Casey Anthony case. The police and prosecution should have never charged first degree premeditated murder. Only they know why they did ... perhaps it was because the case was extremely media intensive, or perhaps because there was an especially sensitive victim who had died. to have to take for the good of the team. In life, just like football, you must have the right coach providing you with tips and strategies designed to help you be successful. In.life, just like football there are some drills and plays you must perform on a regular basis. The drills you practice and the plays you perform over and over again will determine your level of success. In life, just like in football, you better scout out your opponents and their schemes, plans, plots and traps they've set against you, to get you off of your "A" game. In life, just like in football you must determine the next play you need to make to score the winning goal in your life. To contact Selphenia Nichols-Simmons email: thequeenofsuccess @yahoo&Qm or follow her on twitter at queenofsuccess1 or Facebook: Selphenia Nichols or call 813-230-6561 But the facts relied upon in making that decision came to light during the trial and those facts did not justify first degree premeditated murder. charges VVhile we all know the outcome of that mistake by law enforcement, complex cases wherein charging decision being made based upon publicity and political correctness are far too com mon. If the Casey Anthony case did any good for the criminal justice system at all, hopefuily it put law enforcement on notice that jurie s will not be fooled when it comes to getting it right and charging the right crime tliat actually fits the facts of the case. If you or a friend or family rilember would like further information on the Fair Sentencing Act of 2010 and all recent developments regarding its implementation, please do not hesitate to contact us. The founding partners of O'Brien Rodriguez, P A, Mark J. O'Brien, Esquire and Tim Federico Bower Rodriguez, Esquire. Both Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Bower are available for free initial consultations and can be reached at (813) 250-3533 or via United States Mail at 511 West Bay Street, Suite 330, Tampa, Florida 33606. The firm may be reached via electronic mail at m@obrienro driguez.com or t@obrienro driguez.com or via the inter:net at www.obrienro: driguez com.

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National :!! Herman Cain: 'I Was Falselv Accused Of Sexual Harassment' HERMAN CAIN WASHINGTON-Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain admitted Monday to being accused of sexual harassment while at the helm of the National Restaurant Association in the 1990s, but denied. ever engaging in such activity. Cain decried a report that said the association had reached settlements with two women who lodged sexual harassment against him as part of a "witch hunt" associated with his recent surge in the polls. "I have never sexually harassed anyone, and yes, I was falsely accused while I was at the National Restaurant Association," Cain said in an interview. Man Killed crackhead Teen So She Wouldn't Sleep With Black Men On Monday, a jury in the trial of a 49-year-old nian named Danny Hembree watched a taped confession of Hembree saying he com-mitted murder over interracial dating. Hembree, who is being tried in York County, South Carolina, is accused of killing 17-year-old Heather Catterton in 2009, a crime he told police he committed after he gave crack to Catterton in exchange for sex. Yet despite the fact that he had sex with her after giving her drugs, Hembree says he killed Catterton to keep her from having sex with Black men in order to afford crack. It Takes A Nation Of Prisoners The figures here highlight America's unique approach to crime and punishment, where race, class, and corporate interests collide to make the world's largest and most expensive prison systems in theworld. Has America become a nation of prisoners? Prison Facts The U.S. makes up only 5% of the world's population, but houses a quarter of the world's prisoners with more than 2 million criminals behind bars. About one out of 18 men in the U. S. is in jail or on proba tion. One in 15 Black adults in the U S. is behind bars. The U. S. has experienced a 500% increase in incarcerations over the past 30 years. Every day in the U. S., 200 new prison cells are built. California has the most populous prison system in the nation, with about 170,000 inmates. Texas followed by Florida have the next biggest prison populations in the nation with about 160,000 and 100,000 respectively. The money spent on elementary and secondary edu cation was increased by only 33%. But, over the course of the last 20 years, the amount of money spent on prisons was increased by 570%. An individual sentenced to five years for a $300 theft costs the public more than $100,000. It costs $22 ,000 every year an inmate spends in prison. The cost of a life term prison sentence averages $1.5 mil lion. Pres. Obama In Excellent Health,' Phvsician savs PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON President Barack Obama is in excellent health and tobacco free, his doctor said Monday in the results of the president's second physical exam since taking office. "The president is in excellent health and 'fit for duty,"' Kuhiman wrote. "All clinical data indicate lie will remain so for the duration of his presidency." The physical was conducted last week at the White House. Kuhlman recommended that the president have his next physical in December 2012. a suspects Arrested In Shoounu Death 01 Mother0112 ZURANA HORTON The NYPD announced that their investigation into the tragic killing of, Zurana Horton, in Brownsville, Brooklyn has resulted in the arrests of 3 young men. Investigators say Andrew Lopez, 18, admitted to spraying the Brownsville streets with bullets last Friday, just as class was letting out. Also arrested were his brothers, Kristian Lopez, 17, and Jonathan Carrasquillo, 22. Horton, 33, was picking up her children from school when gunfire erupted. The mother of 13 instinctively shielded the small group of youth, ushering them to safety, as she was fatally struck in the head by a stray shot. Also wounded were Cheanne McKnight, an nyear-old girl whose right cheek was grazed, and Unique Armstead, 31, struck in the left arm as she metherson. As the drama unfolded, a teacher snatched one of Horton's children away to safety Andrew's intended targets, as he fired from the roof, appeared to be a group of youth from a nearby housing project that they confronted earlier. Jesse Jackson, Jr.: I'll Be 'Vindicated' In Ethics-Probe KANKAKEE, Ill. -U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson.Jr. is predicting he'll be ed" by an ethics inves'tigation into whether he or someone on his behalf offered to raise funds for exIllinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich in return for an appointment to President Barack Obama's vacated Senate seat. JESSE JACKSON, JR. The panel had agreed to abide by a Justice Department request to take c z m 3: m m ::c "Let me be clear. I believe in the American system of justice," Jackson, a Democrat, said Saturday at a Kankakee County NAACP dinner. 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0 N Polk County Nevvs Ann Tankston, who was recently named Associate Su perintendent of School Based Operations with the School Board of Polk County. Mrs. Tankston brings a great amount of experience to the position. It is reported that she has a history of giv ing temporary assistance to the district in a variety of ca pacities, since her retire ment. Congratulations, Mrs. Tankston and thanks for all that you contribute to education in Polk County. Three Promoted To Assistant Principal Polk County School News Students who attend Polk County Schools are expected to receive their first report card for the 2011-2012 school year on Tuesday, November 8th. Students will enjoy their Thanksgiving holiday break Nov. 21st through Nov. 25th, 2011. Condoiences Extended Shaw-Nuf Talk extends condolences to Albert and Gertrude Johnson of Lakeland and the host of e family members and friends fE of the late Desmond M. c Johnson, 34, who passed away on Oct. 22nd as a result > of a fatal gunshot. On SaturicC day, Oct. 291h, his funeral 5J service was held at the Sixth w I-Street Church of Christ in Lakeland. As of this writing, there has been no arrest made in his murder. Let us pray for the family and for the peace to increase and the violence to cease in our com munities. Happy Anniversary! CORRECTION ... Oops! The correct wedding an niversary date for Lakeland couple Fred and Sharon Moore is November 12th. Please forgive my error, Fred and Sharon. May the Lord bless this union with many more years of Holy Matrimony. Shaw-NufShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to Mrs. '(alk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, re ligious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. -ENRIQUE GUTIERREZ ii: w > w c w :z::: en ::; m a.. lakeland Public Housing Residents Host Event z ffi _, _, m _, w z !i w en
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II LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate ce rtified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 9, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. to hear the below listed cases, which are in violation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated, and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa, Florida. Affected property owners will be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations. Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Clerk at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master with respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. CASE 11()-19741 LOUGHANANE, DENNIS 'NT E. SELMA AVE TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1946, 1949, & 19-50 & 19 232 GOOD' S ADDITION TO TAMPA LOT 3 BLOCK4 167563.0000 CASE 111-G7666 PULLARA, ANTHONY L JR. ESTATE OF 3210 N. HARDING AVE ., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 1949, 19, 19-56 19 & 19-234 RIVER HEIGHTS S 65 FT OF LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 7 181486.0000 CASE I 1 Hl7679 FERRER JOHN AND FERRER, ANNETTE 3915 W LA SALLE ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-23 1 & 19 -2 BELVEDERE PARK LOT 5 BLOCK 15 111497.0000 CASEI11-G8!108 IIOYA, BONIFACIO MIGUEL 2120 W. PINE ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 19-238, 19-26, 19-46 1949 & 1 9 50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA W 33 V. FT OF LOT 6 BLOCK 37 179348.0000 CASE 111-10426 WILUAMS, RUBY L EST OF % AVIS WILUAMS 11131 W WALNUT ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 -233, 19234 1946, 1949 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITION S TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660.0100 CASE 111 WILUAMS, RUBY L EST OF %BERN ANDREWS 11131 W WALNUT ST. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19 -233 19-234 1946, 1949 & 19-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660 .0100 CASE I 11-10426 WILUAMS, RUBY L EST OF % ROAN, EVELYN 11131 W. WALNUT ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS: 19-233 19-234, 1946, 19-49 & 19 -50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMP A LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660.0100 CASE 111-10426 WILUAMS, RUBY LEST OF %WILL WUGGUNS 1931 W WALNUT ST. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-233, 19234, 1946, 1949 & 1 9-50 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMP A LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660 .0100 CASE I 11 10426 WILLIAMS, RUBY L EST OF % GLORY J ANDREWS 474317 1931 W WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233, 19-234, 1946, 19 -49 & 19-50 MAC FARLANE S REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WE S T TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 179660 0100 CASE 111 WILUAMS, RUBY LEST OF % HARR ANDREWS 11131 W. WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS: 1 9-233, 19-234 19-46, 1949 & 1 9-50 MAC FAR LANES REV MAP OF ADDITIO NS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 1 5 BLOCK 55 179660 .0100 CASE I 11 WILUAMS, RUBY LEST OF % OSSIE ANDREWS 11131 W WALNUT ST., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-233, 19-234 1946, 1949 & 19-50 MAC REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 15 BLOCK 55 17 9660.0100 CASE I 11 MC CALOPE, PAUL SR EPPS ,OUVIA C/0 JOE & OUVIA THOMAS 32Z7 W. SPRUCE ST., TAMPA FL SECTION : 1 9 & 19-234 MAC FARLANE P A R K W Y, OF LOT 15 AN D LOT 16 BLOCK 42 160447 .0000 CASE I 11-12878 RODRIQUEZ, JANET & RODRIQUEZ, RUSSELL D 3009 W. PALMETTO ST., TAMPA FL S E CTIONS : 19-46, 1949, 19-50 19 56 MAC FARLANE PARK LOTS 28, 29 AND 30 BLOCK 56 180628 .0000 CASE I 11 13023 HODGES CHERYL 2112 W CHERRY ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-233 1 9-234, 19-238, 19-46, 1949 & 19 MAC FARLA NES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WEST TAMPA LOT 4 BLOCK 30 179219 .0000 CASE 111-13257 TAYLOR, AUGUSTA SUSAN 1408 W BURGER ST ., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 1946, 1947, 1949, & 19-50 EL PORTAL LOT S 10 AND 11 BLOCK 28 98795.0000 CASE I 11 13524 PEASE, DARIEN J. SR. 8207 N OLA AVE., TAMPA FL SECTION : 1949 PURITY SPRINGS HEIGHTS NO. 1 LOT 4 BLOCK 11 100n5.0000 CASE I 11 MINGO,DDEL MINGO, TERESA 2135 W SAINT CONRAD ST., AlB, TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-231 19-50 & 1949 BOUTON AND SKINNER S ADDIT ION TO WEST TAMPA LOT 23 BLOCK 14 1ns91.oooo CASE I 11 BOSQUE, EMIUO BOSQUE, MARIA 1715 W. UNION ST., AlB, TAMPA FL SECTION : 1 9-23 1 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADDITIONS TO WE S T TAMPA LOT 21 BLOC K 15 178961 .0000 CASE I 11 GLYMPH LOTT1E II. ESTATE OF 711 E. SKAGWAY AVE REAR, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1946, 1947 1949, 19-50 & 19-56 S PRI NG HILL SUBDIVISION LOT 22 23 AND 24 BLOCK J 99398 .0000 CASE 111 SCHOENEBERG, KENNETH SCHOENEBERG, ROSE 712 E ROBSON ST., TAMPA FL SECTION S : 1946, 1949, & 19-SO WARN E R SUBDIVISION W V. OF LOT 62 AND ALL LOT 63 AND S V. CLOSED ALLEY ABUTTING ON N 161433.0000 CASE 111-16035 PABON DANIELLE 19245 W CHERRY ST. TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 1946, 1 9-49, & 19 MAC FARLANES REV MAP OF ADD ITIONS TO WEST TAMPA W 20 3 FT OF LOT 3 AND E 15 4 FT OF LOT BLOCK 54 179638 .0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK'S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY-EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SA I D HEARING. SHIRLEY FOXX-KNOWLES CITY CLERK II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION Case No.: 2009-CA-Q14870 DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR LONG BEACH MORTGAGE TRUST 2006-1, PLAINTIFF, vs. JOSUE DANIEL, ET AL., DEFENDANT(s) AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered cin October 4, 2011 in this cause by the County Court of Hillsborough County Florida, the property described as: UNIT N0.11, LAUREL LAKE CONDOMINIUM, A CONDOMINIUM ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM, RECORDED IN OFFICAL RECORDS BOOK n55, PAGE(S) 122, ALL ATTACHMENTS AND AMENDMENTS THERETO AND ACCORDING TO THE CONDOMINIUM PLAT AS RECORDED IN CONDOMINIUM PLAT BOOK 15, PAGE 82, AND AMENDED IN CONDOMINIUM PLAT BOOK 15, PAGE 112; OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS AS STATED IN SAID DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM TO BE APPURTENANT TO THE ABOVE CONDOMINIUM UNIT. will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, on November 10. 2011 at 10:00 A.M. at the George Edgecomb Courthouse ; 800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, Florida 33602, Room 201/202. NOTICE: IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS AN ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS FUNCTION SHOULD CONTACT COUNTY CIVIL NOT LATER THAN ONE (1) DAY PRIOR TO THE FUNCTION AT 813-276-81 00; IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL 1-800-955-snO. Dated this 11th day of OCTOBER. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/GLENDALY MARTINEZ AS DEPUTY CLERK z. .:::.-: .c? c::> :r.-L _,--L#... 7'-z. z c::z k:. Z. ____T<.-7 ,-ZL-.s-' R .-.:il. ::;; r-1 -""'"'-"" 1 .:a -<..t<. : """s a "<" ,..:..:. .. .. -;..sa sa ::r..--1 -""'-"' t a -s: ....:..1 ........ < ::I. .::3-=> .:::z. ..::::a. -::I. .:::z. ::I. ::1:1 6 z m 3: m m ::1:1 N C) ...... ...... r 0 :!! !iS! fJ) m z -t z m r m c: r r m -t z ., c: m r u; % m c m < m -l c: m fJ) l> z c ::1:1

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c a: LL c z 1-w > w c w :I: en :J m :::> 0.. z ;:::: w ...J ...J :::> m ...J w z ;:::: z w en a: 0 ...J LL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY Case No.: 11-DR -18237 DIVISION: R-P ALPHONSO M. BROWN Petitioner and BELINDA D. BROWN Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE BY POSTING TO: BELINDA D. BROWN Last Known Address/Last Address Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action has been filed against you and that you are requ i red to serve a copy of your wr i tten defenses, if any to it on Alphonso M. Brown, whose address is 3001 16th Avenue South. St. Petersburg. FL 33712, on o r before November 14. 2011, and file the original with Clerk of this Court, at 800 E Twiggs Street, Room 1 01 Tampa Florida 33602 or P.O. Box 3450 Tampa Florida 33601-4358 before serv ice on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office notified of your current address. (You may fil!! of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915). Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clerk's office. II WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can result In sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated : October 7. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT BY: SHERIKA VIRGIL DEPUT'( CLERK FOR RENT II Room/Apartment For Rent Age 55 And Up Preferred $120.00/Weekly Apartment $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Utilities Call (813) 241-4158 Townhouse USF Area 2 Bedroom/1% Bath CHA WDH $750.00/Monthly 1 Or 2 Bedroom Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 Fletcher Mill Townhome Charming 2 Bedroom Pool Owner Pays WSG Section 8 Accepted Available Must See (813) 96G-8490 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING As a result of being unable to effectuate certified mail notice to violators of the City Code, notice is hereby given that a Tampa Municipal Code Enforcement Hearing Master has scheduled a public hearing on November 16,2011 at 9:00a.m. to hear the below listed cases which are i n vio lation of the City of Tampa Code Information listed below describes the case number, property owner(s), violation address, code section violated and legal description of subject property in that order. The hearing will be held in City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor City Hall, 315 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida Affected property owners w ill be given the opportunity to discuss the alleged violations Should anyone have any questions regarding these cases, please call the Office of the City Cle r k at (813) 274-7286. Please note that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Code Enforcement Hearing Master w ith respect to any matter considered at the meeting or hearing, they will need to ensure a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based CASE t 1()-19229 CLG MAGNOLIA OAK S LLC C/0 REG AGT GAR Y GAUTH IER 2205 SAXON ST., TAMPA FL S E C TI ONS: 19-46, AND 1 9 0 EAS T TAMPA B LOCKS 1 T O 40 AND 55 TO 62 LOT 6 AND E 5 FT OF LOT 7 BLOCK 39 190972.0000 CASE t 1 ()-23395 2306 2ND AVENUE LANDT R 813/10 ELSIE TYLER TRUSTEE 2306 E 2 ND AVE. TAMPA FL S E CTIONS : 19-49, 19, AND 19 T RUMAN 'S E AST YBOR L OT 9 BLOCK 35 1 89423 .0000 CASE t 11-o3 9 13 GONZALEZ, V I VIA N HERNANDEZ-MONGE CLARISSA 913 E 11T H A V E., AlB, TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-26 LINEBAUGH S SUBDIVISION LOT 3 AND VACATED ALLEY ABUTTING 198440 .0000 CASE t11-D5276 ROBINSO N EM M A C 2 111 W STATE S T., T A MPA, F L SEC TI ON : 19-231 BE NJAMIN'S 4 TH ADD ITION LOT 19 B LOCK 1 181352 .0000 CASE t 11-D5782 YBOR CITY TARRAGON UC C/0 TARRAGON CORP /Y. EOWARDS 1810 E. PALM AVE. 8203TAMPA, FL S E CTI ON : 19-28 THE QUARTER A T Y BOR U N IT 2803 AND AN UNDIV INT IN COMMO N ELEMENTS 18 9549.0412 CASE t 11-D5885 miMARCHE, NICHOLAS V 18 10 E PALM AVE 831 5 TAMPA, FL S ECT ION : 19 THE QUARTER A T YBO R UNIT 8315 AND AN UN DI V INT IN COMMON EL E MENTS 189549 .0480 CASE 111-oe030 YBOR CITY TARRAGON LLC C/O T ARRAGON CORP /Y. EDWARDS 19 1 0 E. P ALM AVE ., 10203TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-26 TH E QUARTER AT YBO R UNI T 10203 AND AN UN D IV INT I N COMMON ELE M E NTS 169549.0548 CASE t 11-oeo31 YBOR CITY TARRAGON UC C/0 TA RRAGON CORP I Y EOWARDS 1810 E. PALM AVE. 10210TAMPA, FL SEC T IO N : 1 9-26 THE QUA RTER AT YBOR U NIT 10210 AN D AN U N DI V I N T I N COMMON E L E M E NTS 1119549. 0564 CASEt 11-oe883 miMARCHE, N1CHOL.All V 1810 E. PALM AVE ,111 08TAMPA, FL SECTION: 1 9-26 THE QUARTE R AT YBO R UNIT 11106 AN D AN UNDIV INT IN COMMON ELEME NT S 169549 .0606 CASE t 1 Hl6973 YBOR CITY TARR A GON LLC C/0 TARRAGON CORP /Y. EDWARD S 1910 E PAL M AVE., 1 .1113TAMPA, FL SECTION: 19-26 THE Q U A RTER A T Y BOR UN I T 1111 3 AND AN UNDIV INT I N COMMON E LE M E NTS 189549.0620 CASE t 1 Hl6985 PICOLLO, KEVIN E PICOLLO SHARON T 1910 E PALM AVE ., 11118TAMPA FL SECTION: 19-26 TH E QUART E R AT YBOR UN I T 11118 AND AN UND I V INT IN COMM O N ELEM E NTS 1 89549.0630 CASE t 11.07065 TRIMARCHE, NICHOLAS V 1910 E PAL M A VE. ,11206TAMPA, FL SEC T ION : 19-26 TH E QUA R T ER AT YBO R UN IT 11206 AN D AN U N D IV INT IN COMMON ELEM E NTS 189549 .0650 C A SE t 11.07067 TORRES ALAN 1910 E. PALM AVE., 1120STAMPA FL SECTION : 19-26 THE Q UA RTE R AT YBO R U N IT 11205 AN D AN U N DIV IN T I N COMMON ELE M E N T S 1 89549.0656 CASE 1 1HI71112 miMARCHE, NICHOLAS V. 1910 E. PALM AVE 11220TAMPA, FL S ECTION: 19-28 THE QUARTER AT YBOR UNIT 11220 AND AN UNDIV INT I N COMMON ELEME N TS 1 8 9549 .0678 CASEI11-D711111 TORRES, AlAN 1810 E. PALM AVE 11318 TAMPA, FL SECTION : 1 9-28 THE QUARTER AT YBOR UNIT 113 1 6 AND AN U NDIV INT I N COMMON EL E M ENTS 189549. 0 714 CASE I 1 Hl7347 TORRES ALAN 1 810 E. PALM AVE.,11318TAMPA, FL SE CTIO N : 19-26 THE QUARTER AT Y BOR UNIT 11318 A N D A N U N DIV INT I N C O MMON ELE M E N TS 189549. 0718 CASE t 11-D'7780 WALLDWITZ, LOUISE VASALLO, DONNA 220 S MALCOLM CT, TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 19-46 A N D 19-50 BON AIR WE S T S 20FT OF N 53FT OF LOT 7 116039.0050 CASEt 11-DIIII08 CORTNER GREGORY P O BOX 320425 2407 W BRISTOL AVE ., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-27 PAR K LAND ESTATES REVISED PLAT LOT 12 BLOCK 2 117772.0000 CASE t 11 10388 RODRIGUEZ, FERNANDO RODRIGUEZ, LEYLA SHEIKA 2014 HEMLOCK ST, TAMPA, FL S ECTI O N: 19-50 EOGEWATIER Fl'.RK LOT7BLOCK9 19913<4. 0000 CASE 111 10508 SMITH MICHAEL KELLY CEUNE M 103 S 22ND ST., TAMPA FL SE C TI ON: 19-23 1 E AS T TAMPA N 32 5 FT O F S 62.5 FT O F LOT S 1 AND 2 BLOCK 62 191029 .0000 CASE 111-13022 LINDSAY BRENDA J 153 1 W ARCH ST., TAMPA FL SECTIONS : 19-28 19-49 AND 19-231 COLLINS P HILI P 2N D ADD I TION LOT S 17 AND 1 8 BL OC K 3 A ND S Y.. VA CATED A LL EY A BUTTI N G O N NO RTH 17 8367 0000 CASE 111-13054 UPPE, H E LEN ANNE 4502 WOODMERE RD ., TAMPA, FL S ECT IONS: 1 9-49 AND 19-23 1 BEA C H PAR K LOT 5 AN D L O T BEG AT N W COR OF L O T 4 AN D RUN N ELY 35.27 FT SLY 170 FTTO S B N DR Y O F SAID L O T W L Y 32. 5 FT T O SW CO R AN D NLY TO BEG BLOCK23 113763 0000 CASE 111 3272 WATKINS, DON 4518 W PEARL AVE. TAMPA FL S E CTIONS: 1 9 -4 9 AND 19-56 BLAC K BURN S UBDIV I S ION LOT9 13237 0 .0000 CASE 111-13554 JOS D LONGO 2007 IRR m 211310 1 % JD LONGO A MORRISON TTIES 818 S WIUJOW AVE., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9-50 AND 19-56 BAYWOOD SUBDIVISION W HALF BLOC K F N 75 FTOF LOT BAND N 75FT OFW 28FT OF LOT 9 OF THE W Y.. OF BLOCK F 185138.0000 CASE 1 11 13815 MAGES RONALD V 8708 S HESPERIDES ST., TAMPA, FL SECTION : 19-50 SUNNILAND LOT4 BLOCK2 138274 .5000 CASE t 11-15888 FROCK, CLOYD B JR. FROCK EUSHA D. 2415 STUART ST ., TAMPA, FL SEC TIONS: 1 9-46 19-49 AN D 19-50 EAST T A MPA BLOC K S 1 TO 42 LOTS 8 AN D 9 BLOCK 28 190798 .0000 CASE I 11-111278 RUIZ,J. J E SUS RUIZ, XOCHrrL D 2218 GORDON ST TAMPA, FL SECTIONS : 1 9 50 AND 19-232 EAST TAMPA BLOCKS 1 TO 42 LOT 20 BLOC K 3 1 1 90869 0000 CASEI111111173 ROBINSON, TIM JR. AND SARAHm 12/03 %TIM SARAH ROBINSON TTIES 4312 S. ANITA BLVD ., TAMPA, FL SECTIONS" 19-46 19-47, 19-49 AND 1 9-50 A NIT A SUBD I VISION LOT 1 8 BLOCK 5 130407.0000 IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND SECTION 286.26, FLORIDA STATUTES, PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES NEEDING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY CLERK S OFFICE AT LEAST FORTY EIGHT (48) HOURS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE MEETING. INTERESTED PARTIES MAY APPEAR AND BE HEARD AT SAID HEARING SHIRLEY FOXX -KNOWLES CITY CLERK Contact LaVora@ (813) 248-1921 Fax To: (813) 248-9218 or Email: ledwards@flsentine l.com

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II Stormwater WORCS Contract Bids due to QGS: November 18, 2011, prior to 9:00. AM Fax to 813-634-1733 or Email to dlxle@qgsdevelopment.com Please contact Dixie Lamoureux at 813-634-3326 or dixie@qgsdevelopment.com for plans, specifications, and additional information Project Scope: The work to be performed under this contract may include but are not limited to the following: Storm sewer installation includes cross drains side drains, manhole and inlet structures, and end treatment, slip-lining of existing storm sewers, cleaning and sealing existing pipe joints roadway construction and restoration, right-of-way construction and restoration, retention/detention pond construction and restoration grading and ditch construction, underdrain and French drain installation, and other related stormwater projects. Invitation to Bid Wharton Smith i s a general contractor who is soliciting proposals from Hillsborough County DMIDWBE subcontractors & suppl iers for : South County AWTP Expansion -4 5 to 10 MGD ; Bid No : ITB-C-0008-0-2012/MK. This project is scheduled to bid December 6 2011 @ 2:00 pm. Please submit your proposed scope of work to us by 12:00 pm December 5, 2011 and your firm pricing for that scope of work to us by 1 0:00 am December 6 2011. Proposals may be faxed to 407-330-1 092 emailed to: e nvestimating@whartonsmith.com and/or phoned in to 407-321-8410 Bidding documents are available for free download via iSqFt. If you would like to receive a copy of the plans, specs and addenda email us w ith your company s contact information Be sure to put the name of the project in the subject line of your email. Upon us receiv i ng the email we w ill set up a use r name and password that allows you to download and view all bid documents i:ivailable for this project. Please do not hesitate t o contact us with any questions you might have regarding the use of the i Sqft website. These documents are also available for revi ew at our Tampa Office (Phone: 813-288-0068) and our Sanford Off i ce (Phone : 407-321-8410), please call before going to insure there is someone available to assist you. Please advise us should your company require help or special accommodations w ith payment terms bonding or insurance in order for your company to provide us pricing for this project. Wharton-Sm i th, Inc can make quick pay arrangements (weekly draws) to assist m i nor i ty and small business subs with their cash flow. Depending on the type of subcontract work, we may also be able to waive subcontractor bond ing requ i rements to make it easier for your company to quote the work If e s t ablish ing credit to purchase materials to be installed on this project i s an imped i ment to your company bidding work we will gladly work with your material suppliers to set up joint check agreements to enable you to establish credit to bid this project. If assis t ance for any of the above i s required aga i n please contact: Dawn K. Bragg Estimat ing Coordinator@ 407-321-8410 or envestimating@whartonsm ith. com. The anticipated areas of work that will be subcontracted for this project are: pre-construction video site demolition, site clearing, earthwork asphaltic concrete vehicular paving dewatering soil & eros ion control direct i onal drilling chain link fence & gates concrete pavement, precast manholes irrigation, seeding sodding landscaping concrete formwork, rebar masonry structural steel structural aluminum, metal deck cold formed metal framing (roof trusses) metal fabr i cations aluminum rai lings, rough carpentry finish carpentry, damproofing & waterproofing, i nsulation vapor barr ier aluminum standing seam roofing, pre fab metal roofing components steel doors & frames, aluminum doors & frames FPR doors & frames wood doors, access doors motorized roll-up doors, aluminum entrances finish hardware, glazing, stucco, drywall, ceramic tile suspended ceiling, painting & coatings, plastic toilet partit i ons, aluminum louvers, flagpoles signage, lockers benches, fire extinguishers & accessories, toilet accessories, manual roller shades, casework & furnishing, floor mats, metal building system video surveillance & site security, fire alarm systems, hoists, trolleys, monorails conveyors bridge crane, p ipe, valves & fittings, plumbing, HVAC, electrical If your company requires our help to establish a specific scope of work, which is economically feasible and realist i c for your company please do not hesitate to contact us INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the D i rector of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 11/14/11 CITY OF TAMPA DOWNLINK CONVERSION (RE-BID) 2:30PM ON 11/15/11 HYDROFLUOSILICIC ACID 25% BAS I S 2:30PM ON 12/1/11 RADIATION MONITORING SYSTEM then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advert ised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effect ive period as thi s B i d -to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 11/4/11 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of purchasing City of Tampa, 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II FOR RENT Wesley Chapel Arthur Drive Spac i ous 3/2 Mobile Home CHA WDH $950.00/Monthly $500. 00/Deposit Section 8 OK Call (813} 968-1168 USF Area 13050 North 20th Street Spacious 2 Story 2 Bedroom Townhome Free Water Free Washer/Dryer With Lease 1 Month Free Rent Great Location Section 8 Ok Only $685.00 Call 813-220-3633 II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ANIMAL CARE ASSISTANT $19,905 DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS DISPATACHER (NON-STANDARD HOURS) (TEMPORARY) $31,828 GENERAL MANAGER II (CHILD WELFARE) $53,435 INSPECTOR I (ELECTRICAL) $35,838 MANAGER (ADULT DAY CARE) $40 768 PORT SECURITY OFFICER $31, 574 PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR (MANAGER-CLERK S AUDIT DEPARTMENT) $61,110 PRINCIPAL LIBRARIAN YOUTH SERVICES RECEPTIONIST SECTION MANAGER OPERATIONS /MAINTENANCE (UNCLASSIFIED) SENIOR DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER $46 238 $20,924 $71, 885 $36 ,011 SENIOR PROCUREMENT ANALYST $46 238 SENIOR SUPERVISOR (CUSTOMER RESPONSE tEAM) $35 838 STOREKEEPER II $24 710 TRAINING SPECIALIST $43,700 See our web site at http : //www hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH US! An Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer AAJEEO Employer His Place Full Service Christian Babershop Licensed Barbers Needed 1 Week Free Booth Rental Call (813} 598-5424 NOW HIRING! Taking Applications For Car Wash Must Have Detailing Experience For Appointment Call (505) 459-9193 Talent Service For Rappers, Singers Musicians & Percussionist Starting Sunday 10:00 A.M. @ The Magic Mall On Florida Avenue Sponsored By City Barber Shop Call Neckbz Muzak Company (813} 850-3333 neckbzmuzak@yahoo.com Natural Hair Reigns N Style Now Hiring License Braiders or Cosmetologist Booth Rental $75.00 For The First 6 Weeks Joiri A Wonderful Team Of Natural Hair Technicians 2202 W. Waters Avenue Ste#5 813-932-21 02 Or 813-312-8883 Now Offering Braiders Classes $200 II HOMES FOR RENT II Home For Rent 4 Bedroorn/1 Bath Deposit Negotiable Section 8 Welcome Call (863) 214-1191 Progress Village 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Fenced, WDH, CHA Carport, Utility Room Only $750.00 Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 451-9624 --::z--;-,_ C:" <:::::-Z-1. ,.-, <:;;> ,-,_.,_ ,..,..,_ Z-1. ..S cz k:-itt rz.g fC::J> :r-It ..s: ?. .{7 ::::D .:< z m 3: a:J m ::::D N 0 ... ... r-0 :!! rn m z -f z m r-a:J c: rr-m :::! z "'0 c: a:J r-c;; :::1: m c m < m ::::D < -f c: m rn c )> z c :!! c

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,.. ,.. ffi II LEGAL NOTICE II II HOMES FOR RENT II II APTS. FOR RENT II m :e w z >-"' a: u.. c a: u.. c z c tn w .... i;: w > w c w ::::t: tn :::J m a. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w tn a: 0 ..J u.. Ill I 0 N w t!J II IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 08-CA-011222 DIVISION: F RF SECTION I BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS CWALT, INC. ALTERNATIVE LOAN TRUST 2006-39CB, MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES 2006-39CB., PLAINTIFF vs. FRANK WILLLIAMS ET AL DEFENDANT(S) NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 5, 2011, in the above action, I will sell to the highest bidder for cash at Hillsborough, Florida, on November 9. 2011, at 10:00 a.m., at 2nd Floor, Am. 202/201 of the George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 for the following described property: THE WEST 15 FEET OF THE EAST 25 FEET OF LOT 7 AND 8 AND THE WEST 1f2 OF LOT 7, OF PARK VIEW SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 24, PAGE 70, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, If any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within sixty (60) days after the sale. The Court, in Its discretion, may enlarge the time of the sale. Notice of the changed time of sale shall be published as provided herein. "If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinator, Ms. Nancy Yanez at 800 E. Twiggs Street, Room 604, Tampa, FL 33602; telephone number two (2) working days of your receipt of this notice; if you are hearing impaired call the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); if you are VQice impaired, call the Florida Relay Service at 1-SOG-955-SnO. Dated: 6th day of October. 2011 PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Is/ FRANCISCO HERNANDEZ Deputy Clerk o f the Court HOMES FOR RENT II Move In Specials! No Deposits! FREE Rent TMLEASES.Com 813-221-4457 Progress Village Area 6 Bedroom/2 aath Home Newly Remodeied Tiled, New Roof Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 373-5237 Jackson Heights 2 Bedroom/1 Bat h House Fenced Yard $550.00/Monthly $350 00/Deposit $25 00 Application Fee Call (813) 482-2234 2988 North 17th Street t. & Bedroom/1 Bat h Home Central Heat/Air, WDH $775 00/Monthly Sect ion 8 Accepted Call (813) 562-3013 Seminole Heights Area Brand New 4/2-120 Sq Ft Only $1000 Excluded Utilities Available 12/1 Call Erick (813) 376-8787 Carver City 4110 LaSalle Street 3/2 -1 200 Sq Ft $1 ,050.00/Monthly $600.00/Deposit Section 8 Ok 1 0 Years Young (813) 787-5736 Section 8 Ok 5 Bedroom/2 Bath "!ew Home, Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room WDH, CHA Stainless Steel Appliances (813) 758-2289 Homes 1704 East Cayuga 4 Bedroom/2 Bath 4708 85th Drive 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Sect ion 8 Welcome Call (813) 727-6782 West Tampa Section 8 Accepted 101 0 Arch Street 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath CHA WDH $1, 000 .00/ Monthly $ 500 00 / Deposit Call (813) 684-3539 Busch Gardens Area Great Neighborhood 4 Bedroom/3 Bath Freshly Painted Tile Floors Near Schools $1,050 00/Monthly Plus Deposit (813) no-2663 East Tampa 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block CHA, WDH Fenced Yard $750.00/Monthly $500 00/Deposit Section 8 OK (813) 244-8698 2109 East 23rd Avenue 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Back Porch, Fenced In CHA, Carport $800.00 Rent $400.00 Deposit Jonda-727-320-7310 Ybor City 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA WDH 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 453-0123 Town-N-County Area 3/2, Central A/C, WID Hook-Up Any Many Extras 8205 Pinehurst Circle Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 610-4518 2007 Okaloosa Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced Yard WDH, CHA $750 00/Monthly $600.00/Deposit Section 8 Accepted Call {813) 293-8431 Near Hard Rock Casino Great Neighborhood 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Totally Remodeled Washer/Dryer Hook-Up $800 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 601-3101 Move In Special 1 Month FREEl!! 2 3 & 4 Bedroom Houses Throughout Hillsborough County As Low As $600.00/Monthly (813) 44G-6440 Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800.00/Monthly Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 North Tampa And Temple Terrace Area Angie's Apartments 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments WDH -0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome 813-915-9787 415 East Forrest 2/1 $650.00 3405 North 34th Street 2/1 $600.00 402 W. Amelia 1/1 $500 00 Deposit $100.00 No Criminal Or Eviction Records (813) 391-7046 1010 East 22nd Avenue 2/1 Apartment All New Floors Windows And Doors $6 00 00/Monthly $300. DO/Deposit Includes Hot Water Must Show Proof Of Income (813) 417-1233 Busch Gardens & USF Areas Bad Credit Is OK! No Problem!! Free Application NO DEPOSIT! 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Floors Central Air Ceiling Fans $525.00/Monthly Water & Trash Included!!! Call 813-244-4551

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