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features N a: w m .:!E w > 0 z >= a: w > w c w :I: en ::::i m D.. z i= w ...J ...J m <( I N w e, Christmas Event Planned To Raise Funds For Needv Families BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On December 10th at the EconoLodge (formerl y Com fort Inn) on Busch Boulevard and Nebraska Avenue, a Christmas Party fundraiser will be held with the proceeds to benefit needy families for the holidays. Ms. Shawntay Woodbury-Rogers, who helped coordinate the event and will be the host, said with the help of area social services organ izations, they want to adopt families for the holidays. "We will have entertain ment, and music will also be provided," said Ms. Woodbury-Rogers. "There will also be plenty of food and beverages, and everything starts at 7 p. m. Ms. Woodbury-Rogers said she would like for this to be an annual event. God put it in my heart to give back to those in need. There is so much agony being suffered by so many people today. I felt by doing this it would bring some joy into their lives for the holidays." Ms. Woodbury-. Rogers said every dime raised will go to need y fami-SHAWNTAYWOODBURY ROGERS lies. "We want to adopt more than 100 families through Metropolitan Ministries, the Salvation Army Angel Tree, and local referrals. "This is a community event, so please make sure the word spreads and every one gets involved, including local businesses. I want everyone to come out ; have fun, and put a smile on the faces of lucky families." Anyone who wants to be a part of this event by making a donation or adopting a family, can contact Ms. Woodbury-Rogers at (813) 770-7699, or Terra at (813) 317-3583 A raffle drawing will be held, and tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK 1-CirimiinaL Post-Conviction Proceedings, Sealing Criminal Records and Appeals-3111 WeSt M.L.K. Jr. Blvd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL33607 www.4RcasonablcDoubt.com an important decision that should not be based to send FREE written information about Accident & Injuries Employment Civil Rights FamilyLaw Appeals 7211 N. Dale Mabry Hwy. Ste 228 1228 E. 7th Avenue, 2ud Floor Tampa, FL .....,_,:..f' Ln llr a Smbe z-Moore Eq The h iring of a lawyer Is a n Importan t decision that should n ot be bJued sole l y upon ad't'ertisement:c Before you d ecide ask u s to send you,,.,. written information abouf our q u alifications and Annual Holidav Tree lighting Celebration Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Friday, December 9th, at 5:30 p.m., the Fourth An nual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration will take place. Sponsored by members of the East Tampa CommunitY. Revitalization Partnership (ETCRP), the event will take place at Lockhart Elementary School, 3719 N. 1ih Street. This year, ETCRP Chair man Rev. Essie Sims, Ms. Richedean Hills-Ackbar, Vice Chairperson, and the Aesthetics & Beautification Sub-Committee is inviting the public to Ms. Denese Meteye James, Chairperson of the Aesthetics & Beautification Sub-Committee said, The previous three years, we have had very successful programs with the help of supporters. We have enjoyed Christmas carols and other fun activi ties." A meeting was held to make plans for the Fourth Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration. Some members of the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership who attended were: Larry Dreiling, Deborah Thompson, Julina Dolce, Yvonne Willoughby, Susan Horan, Jay McNair, Jennifer Moody, Amanda Deivert, Bobby Jones, and Tampa artist James Van. Denese Meteye James, Chairperson, Aesthetics & Beautification Sub-Committee, is shown in the front. (Photography by BRUNSON). This year, Mayor Bob Buckhorn, City Councilman Frank Reddick, and Hillsborough County School Board Chairperson, Doreatha Edgecomb will be among the guest speakers in attendance. sonal carols, all children in attendance will receive a backpack from Santa. Chil dren who have been pre-se lected will also receive a bicycle In addition to singing sea-Ms.-James said she is grateful to Area 3 Director Henry Washington and Dr. Larry Sykes, who is Areas Of Practice: BANKRUPTCY: CHAPTER 7 & 13 CHILD SUPPORT PROBATE & WILLS GUARDIANSHIP SOCIAL SECURITY PERSONAL INJURY FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION FOR BANKRUPTCY. REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. The h lrtno or lawyer an tmport.ant dec.lalon lha"t ahoul d nol ba baa.ct aolety upon advertluments. Bator. ou decided, uk us to und 011: FREE wr itten lnfomtatlon about our and aJC r lancat LAW OFFICE OF PATRICIA DAWSON, Criminal Defense, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 F onne r Hillsborough8ouncy Prosecutor-Depuiy hief The hiring of a lawyer is decision that should not be based ; t o se n d you f1cc vnittcn informn1ion about our qu.1lifi.cf\tions a udcxpcrici'ICC. the principal at Lockhart Ele mentary School. "This time of year, the weather turns cold and we are just thankful that Mr. Washington and Dr. Sykes are allowing us to have it at the school." 4st year, more than 250 people from throughout Hillsborough County attended the event at Cyrus Greene Community Center. The event is free and open to the public. For additional in formation call (813) 2423807. fetCare Humane Societv one ring Free Shots For Pets Beginning December 3rd, The Humane Society of Tampa Bay wi)l be offering free shots for dogs and cats at Al Barnes Park 2902 North 32"d Street from 9 a. m. until1 p. m. All residents of Hillsbor ough County are welcome. Vaccinations are lim ited to the first 1,000 pets. Dogs/cats must be 8 weeks or older to receive their DA2PP /FVRCP vaccine and 3 months or older to receive their rabies vaccination. Cats must in carriers, and dogs must be on a leash. Hillsborough County Ani mal Services will offer free tags to anyone residing in zip codes 33605 and 33610. For more information call (813) 367-2078.

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-----j6 Popular Communitv Activist loses Banle With Cancer BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A popular community ac tivist for East Tampa has lost her battle with cancer. Mrs. Betty Wiggins was 78 years old. Mrs. Wiggins had semi retired from activism and told this reporter on many occa sions, "It's time for you young people to take over and learn how to do things. I'm getting older, now." Several months ago, this reporter contacted Mrs. Wiggins just to check on her welfare. It was about that time she informed me that she had something to share with me, but would do so in a future conversation. During the next conversation, she shared the news about the bone cancer diagnosis. Mrs. Wiggins had fallen and had gone to the doctor. It was then she learned of the cancer. Mrs. Wiggins died on Wednesday evening in the care of hospice. She was living with her daughter, Mrs. Deborah Brown Randall, at the time of her death. A native of Monticello, Mrs. Wiggins graduated valedictorian from Howard Academy High School at 16. Following graduation, she attended Florida A & M U niver sity, where she earned a Bachelor's Degree in English : She continued her education at the University of Florida, where she earned a Master s Degree in Education. Mrs. Wiggins served as an educator in the Hillsbor ough County Public School District from 1957 until1968. She was employed at the Gen. eral Electric Pinellas Plant for nearly 17years, where she be came the first African Ameri can woman to hold a manager's position Mrs. Wiggins began her (Choose) MRS. BETI'Y PROCI'OR BROWN WIGGINS Dec. 12, 1932 --Nov. 9, 2011 leadership roles in the Progress Village community for more than 20 years. After moving into East Tampa, Mrs. Wiggins once again became an integral part of the community. During an 18-year period with the East Tampa Business and Civic Association, Mrs. Wiggins served as secretary, President, CEO and Public Relations Director. She also served as an Interim City Council member for a year. A Life Member and "Golden Soror," of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Mrs. Wiggins was the recip ient of numerous awards and other forms of recognition. She launched B. P. Brown Enterprises, Inc. a printing and public relations firm, in 1984 and became the first African American woman in the community to enter and succeed in the field. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Wiggins is survived b y h e r s on Donald A. Brown, grandchildre n, s i b lings other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 12th, 11 a.m., at AJ,len Temple A. M. E. Church. Wilson 's Fu neral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. pal's Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Citizenship, Perfect Attendance, Student Of The Month, Other Hobbies: _________ Former Countv Commissioner Kevin White Faces 90-Year Sentence On 1-Count Conviction z 0 < m s:: ttl m :D ...... ...... BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Wednesday, a federal jury convicted a former Hills borough County Commis sioner on 7 of 10 charges. In June, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents arrested former Hillsborough County Commissioner Kevin White at his resi dence. White, 46, was charged with 1 count of conspiracy to commit bribery; 4 counts of bribery; 1 count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; 1 count of mail fraud, and wire fraud, and making false statements to law en forcement. He was found guilty of 1 count conspiracy to commit bribery; 2 counts of bribery; 1 count conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud; 2 counts of honest services wire fraud; and 1 count making false statements to law enforce ment. White faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison for the conspiracy charge (Count 1); :1.0 years on each of the bribery charges, (Counts 4 and 5); 20 years on the con spiracy to commit mail and wire fraud charge (Count 6); 20 years for each honest serv ices wire fraud charge (Counts 8 and 9); and five KEVIN WHITE .. Former Coimty Commissioner convicted on 7 federal charges years for lying to the FBI (Countlo). S. Attorney Robert O'Neill, who prosecuted the case, accused White ,of ac cepting bribes during his tenure on the Public Trans portation Commission (PTC) from 2006 to 2010. White served on the board first while a member of the Tampa City Council, and later as a County Commissioner. The PTC oversees permits for vehicles such as taxis, limos, tow trucks, and ambu lances. White's father, Gerald White, who died May 23nl, was also named in the indict ment, but died before he was arrested. The indictment stated that as part of a conspiracy, George Hondrellis opened a towing compan y and was 1\) 0 placed on the list for county ...... ...... rotation. He conspired with others to get on the rotation list. Trial testimony revealed taped conversations between White and an undercover agent known as "Daeyl" as well as videotapes of White accepting money. The investigation began in N'ovember 2oo9 and continued until the Spring of this year. The charge of untruthful ness came about following a meeting March 2, 2011, White had with two federal agents. During the meeting, White told the agents "Darryl" "did not provide him "'TT cash on any occasion and rnever solicited his influence for helping" his ("Darryl's") 6 towing company. l> George Hondrellis, 45, was also indicted on 9 federal z charges. He is the owner an.d operator of Tampa City Tow-m ing Company. Hondrellis rwas court-orderedlo undergo a mental evaluation. His trial rrdate has not been. determ mined. :::! United States District Judge James D. Whitte-c: more will conduct a sentenc..: ing hearing on February 27, (i; 2012, at 1:30 p. m. ffi Attorney Grady Irvin, c Jr., was court-appointed to m represent White. fii -t c: m en c FSEE Professiona Service News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care . PI!rsonalized Service Support and Help from the beginning t o the end. 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0 itoria s o umns :: FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN Michael Jackson had a (USPS 202-140) problem with drugs. I have ffi 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 heard that he used drugs to Published Every Tuesday and Friday By al FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., enhance his performance, to :EW Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) get some sleep and to calm his and Amalgamated Publishers, Inc., New York. nerves. >0 1990-94 CP Timelnternational For whatever reason, z POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: MI"chael Jackson had be--Flortda Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 come addicted to drugs. It got c Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL Who Was so bad until Michael had to fE c. Blythe Andrews have more and more drugs on 1901-19n (1945) MI-Chael Jackson=-a more regular basis. c. Blythe Andrews, Jr. It came out that the super-193D-2010 {19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER star singer was paying his doc-C. BLYTHE ANDREWS 111, PRESIDENT Michael Jackson was a from being a well adjusted intor, Conrad Murray, ALUSON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO superstar entertainer. He just dividual. Jackson was an in-$150,000 a month to care for GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR may have been the most taldividual with a whole lot of him. For that amount of HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER ented entertainer the world problems. money, I wonder what was he BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR has ever known. He could Th" rti" 1 b b k d J ks ? T h' TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER IS a c e egan Y as omg Or ac on 0 IS LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER write music, sing, dance and ing, who is Michael Jack-doctor, Jackson Subscriptions-$44.00-6 Months Both Editions : $87 0D-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on edttorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the edttorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin orthe Publisher. I Barbershop Judge And Jurv I From Baltimore to Belmont Heights, it all works the same. If you want to know what the people think about public issues, take a side-trip to the barber or beauty shop . Case #1, the outcome of the late Michael Jackson's docC tor, Conrad Murray who was on trial for manslaughter. 0: Most certainly, had you consulted your local barbershop, """ C you would already have known "the doc' was going z down!" Why? Replies your local hairstylist, anybody knows a doctor should not leave potentially dangerous medicine lying around, or leave it up to a patient as to c what and/or how he should take potentially dangerous f3 doses. So, once again, the barbershop judge and jury had :::l spoken, and their verdict was right on time. t-Case #2, if you listen closely, you will no doubt, hear women admiring Kevin White's wife for how she stands by her man. But you will also hear comments about a W growing list of former friends and even his own daddy, C whom they say Kevin (quote) "threw under the bus." And then there is Herman Cain, whose name elicits a (/) laugh or two from folks relaxing in barber chairs. "Yeah," say they, "he might as well shut up and go home. ;::, But what we would indeed, say is people's opinions are Q. alive and well. And if you're interested, go get a hairdo. z iii ...J ...J ;:::) m ...J w z 11ote From Home' Is A Needed Movement i= z W America (the real and true America) rests on the dem-(J) ocratic tradition of the voting process. So, despite all that t Conservative legislators in Florida and in other states g: have done to discourage residents from registering to 0 vote and voting, we plead with prospective voters and with veteran voters not to surrender. Right now, the right to vote, especially in the state of Florida, is under severe attack. From requirements to produce a state issued identification card to reducing the expiration dates for validating a voter's signature on citizen-led petitions, so-called Republican-Conservatives have enacted laws whose bottom-line is to cripple the voter turn-out. Republicans are already crowing that their job has been well-done. But we and Frederica Wilson don't think so. United States Representative Frederica Wilson (D. Miami) is very busy, these days. From morning until night, she knocks on doors and speaks before crowds urging them all to vote from (absentee ballot). Indeed, her plea has merit. For, as Wilson explains, when prospective voters request absentee ballots from local Elections supervisors, voters will not need a state identification card, which reminds us of dirty tricks played against Black Americans throughout the South in an effort to keep them from voting. Therefore, we applaud Rep. Frederica Wilson and her Paul Revere ride to save our most precious right: the o::t w right to vote. And if we can vote from home, we can side-(!) step those individuals who would love to send us back to the slavery of political segregation. pack the house with adoring son? was the goose who laid the fans. He was soft-spoken, genI doubt seriously if that is a golden egg. tle and a humanitarian. question that Michael Jack-I ask, why would the 9-octor Michael Jackson was son could have answered. want to do or chance anything quite a businessman who History tends to indicate that that may kill the goose that amassed a large sum of money Michael Jackson was laid the golden egg? and reached the level of an instrongly displeased with who While Michael Jackson ternational star. All around he was, as well as his physical was a superstar entertainer, the world, people knew appearance. He had plastic the man was m essed up. He Michael Jackson. People surgery done over and over was a maladjusted soul who loved, respected and cherished and over again. even had problems getting Michael Jackson. The man He had an affinity for playalong with his family. will go down in history as one ing, sleeping and hanging with Michael Jackson was so of the best ever. young boys, who most of them screwed up until he just may In spite of hjs enormous could have been his son or have overdosed. Jackson will amount of talent and his intergrandson, according to their go down in history as a great national fame, Michael ages. entertainer, but people will al-Jackson was a long ways It is also alleged that ways read between the lines. Joe Frazier: The Death 01 Gemini I never met Joe Frazier. But a friend of mine met him. It was the week after the night that stopped the world. I, of course, am referring to the first of three bloody and brutal boxing matches where Joe Frazier met Muhammad Ali. But I'm getting ahead of myself. My friend was a life insur ance salesman, and one of his customers was none other than Joe himself. But this time, when my friend went to collect Joe's insur ance payment, he found Joe in a Philadelphia hospital bed. Said my friend, Joe looked like a mummy his head swollen up like a basketball. But what my friend remem bered most about what he saw were the countless tiny cuts that covered Smokin' Joe's face, as if someone had taken after him with a razor. Said my buddy, "Them's was marks from the gloves of Ali that went upside Joe's head like a pepper shaker. Yep," said my friend, "Ali lost tl1e match, but Joe Frazier lost the fight!" But although Muhanunad Ali did, indeed, lose his first fight against the implacable Smokin' Joe Frazier, what was born during tl1e days that led up to their fight and during the months and years that fol lowed that first night, was a legend more durable and fas cinating than anything ancient Greece, or Rome could pro duce. Romulus and Remus! Achilles and Hector! Right versus Wrong! Night versus Day! Good versus Bad! The G<>rilla versus the Bumble Bee. Neither the author of the Biblical verses that introduced the two feuding brothers Cain and Abel, nor Homer, the great Greek poet who spun a yarn about the men who fought for the walls of Troy, could have dreamed of a jeal ousy so grand as the one that grew like a mighty tree between Joe Frazier and Muhammad Ali. Joe Frazier was squat and Black ... built like an African army tank with bulldozer fists and a heart that pumped crude-oil. People said when Joe stepped into the ring and eyed his opponent; he smiled a most terrible smile that sent ice-shivers down the spines of everybody who sat on the first row. So, he left Beaufort, North Carolina and went to live on the icy streets of North Philadelphia where fighting was the daily way of saying "Hello." He went there and, like Achilles, grew tough as pig-iron on Philadelphia's day-old bread and rancid meat. He wor_1.-a place on the Olympics, went to the games and knocked boxers from Rus sia to China out of the boxing ring. Then Joe came home to America, a junior rendition of a legendary John Henry. And he met his light-skinned, fast-talking, arrogant, Muslim brother ... the twin they called Muhammad Ali. And to. gether, he and Frazier would not only rewrite the history of boxing, but the two of them would redesign how Black men throughout the world re garded themselves and each other, from then until now. Yes, in essence, Joe Frazier became a god . an Olympian god. People did not refer to Joe in the past-tense. For, gods are by right, immor tal. And so was (is) Joe Frazier. Like James Brown, little Richard, Jim Brown, Aretha Franklin, and countless others who were born, but on their label was no date of destruction or return, Joe Frazier must live for ever. Do you dig what I be say ing? And now, he's dead. Joe Frazier passed away from this world because his liver gave out. Had we known, most certainly someone of us would have stepped forward and vol unteered our liver for one who must live forever. No? Well, then, the next clear night, when you look up at the stars toward the con stellation Geinini and you re alize something is missing you 'll know what we lost. And y ou 'll kno w why I weep.

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0 a: u.. 0 z 0 en w ::;:) .... w > w 0 w :::1: en ::J m ::;:) 11. z .j:: w ..J ..J ::;:) m ..J w z i= z w en 0 a: 0 ..J u.. I CD w (!J Too Manv People When they made the announcement Monday morning, I couldn't believe what I was hearing. According to de mographers, the Earth s popu lation had reached an astounding 7 billion people. To put that into perspec tive they estimated that in 1901 Earth's total population hovered somewhere around 1 billion. That means that from the time man hit the scene thousands of years ago through either creation or evo lution (take your pick) until the beginning of the 20th cen tury, not all of humankind equaled up to the number of people who currently reside in China alone. Now, in little more than a hundred years (a blink of an eye in terms of time) we ve increased our numbers six-fold. Being an entrepreneur at heart, the first thing that crossed my mind when I fo cused on that figure was how much income I could earn through a business that could generate 1 dollar from just one-tenth of one percent of all those individuals? No need to find a calculator. I already know the answer. Seventy mil lion. More than enough mone y to transform me into one of those eccentric millionaires you see walking his Pomeran ian down Bayshore Boulevard, wearing cut-off shorts, dirty flip-flops and sporting one of those big straw, I don t gi v e a damn what you think, I'm RICH! hats. My second thought, though, was a little more mundane. I wondered, what happens next? I mean, regardless of how lightly the media is playing the issue, there is no doubt that the powers-that-be are taking this thing very seri ously For years, there has been concern about overpopulation. Environmentalists have long declared that the planet's natural resources were being stressed by an ever-increasing number of inhabitants. So the fact that we ve hit the 7 billion mark and are projected to reach 9 billion in another 30 y ears can t be good ne w s for the gatekeepers of society Now that the nations around the world have tried everything from limiting fam ilies to one child, incarcerating large numbers of undesirables and promoting embryocide under the guise of so-called Planned Parenthood, y ou hav e to wonder what new contin gency plan is in place to make an even more drastic attempt to thin the herd? You have to belie v e s ome thing is in the works It wasn t long ago that theN ati v e Amer icans were the population that needed to be managed. Look at how that turned out for them. That same mentali ty s till ex i s t s t o d ay. And it i s n t out o f the r ea l m of p o ss i bili ty tha t hist ory c ould r e p ea t it s elf on a n ev en l a r ger sca l e As f ar-fe t c h e d as it may sound, if things rea ll y got out of contr o l I w ouldn t be surprised if some de a dl y viral in fection m ysteriousl y began to spread acro s s the g lobe within the next 5 to 10 y ears. An ill ness s imil a r to the bubonic plague or Spanish influenza. Something capable of wiping out large segments of humanity in a short period of time. The biological weaponry already exists to make it happen. And with the threat of not having enough food to feed everybody in the future lurk ing in the minds of decision makers the justification is in place as well. But, of course, I'm only speculating. Fueling the flames of conspiracy with a lit tle of my own gas. In truth, I'm more inclined to believe that any problem with overpopulation will be taken care of through a natural process. In fact with hurricanes, tsunamis, floods, earth quakes and tornadoes ripping apart highly populated areas with increasing frequency, our problem may not be overpop ulating the Earth, but how much time we have left before the Earth takes the initiative of making even the possibility of over populating it a non-issue. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 431110-018; Bennettsville F.C.I.; P. 0. Box s2o2o; Bennettsville, SC 29512; or by email at Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENTS WRECK LIVES! GIBBS & PARNELL, PA ATIORNEYS AT LAW PERSONAL INTURY AND WRONGFUL DEATH AUTO, TRUCK. MOTORCYCLE OR BOAT ACCIDENT S SLIP AND F ALL NURSING HOME N E GlECT OR M E DICAL MAll'RACTICE. ALL SERI.OUS I NJURIES. (813) 975-4444 1-800-711-5452 7 2 2 l:: F L [ T C H [ R A V [ T A fv1 P A. F L 3 3 6 I 2 vVvVW.c; I HHSAN D PA RN I: l. l .COM The Hlrl11g J f A Law ye r I. 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Local Confusion About Roundabout Prompts Second Communitv Meeting BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Thursday, several of the community attended the Community Re development Agency meet ing. Their concern was the proposed East Tampa Round About and issues pertaining to it. Ed Johnson, East Tampa Development Man ager for the City of Tampa said a meeting was held and the roundabout was ap proved by a lS-6 vote. At the heart of the issue is the purchase of a house that stands in the path of the pro posed construction, a house the owner is willing to sell. Johnson said the house was appraised at $28,000, but the owner was requesting $6s,ooo. Johnson said the pur chase of the house was not addressed because the roundabout had to be ap proved first. Ms. Evangeline Best, former Chairman of the East Tampa Community Revital ization Partnership, said that information provided at that time pertaining to the cost of the house was confusing. "We asked for more docu mentation and we voted not to purchase the house given the new information. We were not given the whole story." Curtis Brown said, "I think the figures Mr. Johnson have presented to you are wrong and we never wanted this roundabout. I agree the money needs to be spent on more important projects." Brown further stated that he had a petition with the signatures of so people who were against having a roundabout at that location. Pastor' Thomas Scott, former Chairman of the City Council said, "My phone has been ringing off the hook, and petitions have been presented to me against this project. I think the Council needs more information. We need to see if this project can be done without spending this kind of money. Informa tion is important, and I'm not sure if all of the information has been made available." Mrs. Gwen Miller, former City Council Chairper son said, "I've gotten many calls about this roundabout, and I ask that you listen to these people about why they don't want this and v.ote ac cordingly." Ms. Sybil Andrews, publisher of the Sentinel, said, "There are a lot of things the commimity needs that incluc,le sidewalks, light ing, and curbs, rather than spending 1. 7 million. "I have been at my job for 3S years and there has never been a problem with the flow of traffic at that intersection." The CRA board decided to take no action and instructed Essie Simms, new East Tampa Chair to have another community meeting. Controversv Surrounds Child Missing Inside School For 6 Hours BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Wednesday afternoon, a 1s-year-old girl with Cerebral Palsy was reported missing from Progress Village Middle School. She was located about 6 hours later by a cus todian on the school campus. Mrs. Carolyn Collins, President of the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP, said, "My telephone began blowing up from anonymous callers last night while I was in a meeting. Peo ple were concerned that the proper action had not been taken in handling the missing child. "I was told that school personnel left before this child was safely located. I put forth the effort to contact the Chairman of the School Board, the School Adminis tration, and I contacted the school. I was told there was an emergency going on at the school, when I called. "But, as of this conversa tion, I have not been able to talk to anyone about what happened. On Thursday morning, an anonymous caller contacted the Sentinel and said that the child was upset because she had received an unac ceptable report card. When her father arrived to sign her out of school, the secretary contacted her classroom, but the child never came to the office. The caller said the Hills borough County Sheriffs Office was contacted and sent a helicqpter, but were told that the girl had probably run away. The caller further stated that the school personnel left at the end of the day before the child was located. Around 7 p.m., a custodian found the girl inside a room adjacent to the gymnasium. The caller said the child was uncon scious when located and taken to the hospital. Larry McKinnon, spokesman for the Hillsbo rough County Sheriffs Office, said that 8 or 9 deputies searched the area for the child for a couple of hours. He further stated that the room where she was located had been searched early and she was not there at the time the search was conducted. Ms. Linda Cobbe, spokesperson for the School District said she was told that the girl had quarreled with her father over a cell phone and was upset. "The school personnel and deputies searched the school and went into that room three times, but she wa s not there. The principal and another person went on the bus and talked to other students." Ms. Cobbe said it is un true that everyone left be cause the school is never unoccupied. She also said that her book bag was located and given to her father, who was in the office the entire time the search was underway. She was found in the Harp Room by a custodian around 6:30 p.m., huddled a blanket in the corner and she was not immediately responding. But, she did re spond to EMT personnel. The school's Assistant Princi pal and Guidance Counselor were there when she was found. "The school took this inci dent seriously and they are convinced that she was hid ing. She was back in school today and the principal did speak to her," Ms. Cobbe said. The Sentinel was unable to contact the family of the student. HV Saturday, December 3rd @7:00pm Featurin_g: College Hill Teenage Choir, Children's Choir & Choir #1 & The College Hill Mass Choir N 0 ...... ...... 'TI I"" 0 :::u g tn m z m I"" m c I"" I"" !!I z

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Adult, Two Teenagers Charged Pedestrian Accident Claims Lite 01 Aspiring Younu Man z 0 With Shovel Beating encouragement uncle in the area of Fletcher Av-"We all spoiled him rotten, and ifj ROBERT WOODS An adult and two teenagers were arrested Sunday after three men were beaten with a shovel. Tampa Police reported that just before 6:30 a. m. Sunday, Robert Woods, 25, confronted people living at 4610 Citrus Circle Apt. C, about the loud music they were playing. Police said after the confronta tion, Woods returned to his friend's apartment and he and two friends armed themselves with a large shovel. They went back to the apartment where the loud music was coming from and al legedly used the shovel to pry open the door. Once inside, police said Woods and one of his friends used the shovel to beat the three men. A third person reportedly served as a lookout. The victims were Frank N azzaro, 33, Humberto Mendoza, 27, and Alejandro Reyes, 21. Police said none of the victims sustained life threatening injuries. Woods was charged with armed burglary, armed battery and three counts of aggravated battery. He is currently being held without bail. The other two suspects were mi nors and were charged with armed burglary, armed battery and three counts of aggravated battery. They were identified as Ronnell Hills, 15, and Alfonso Wilson, 16. Big Chicken ......................... $3.99 Tropical Burger .................. $4.99 WIYeDow Rice & Black Beans W/Fries Jerk Chicken ....................... $3.99 Jerk Chicken Salad ............ $4.99 ................. $4.99 Homemade Devil Crab ...... $1.00 W/Rice & Peas Stuffed Potato ..................... $1.00 Cuban Sandwich ................ $3.99 From 11 A.M. To4 P M CASH-N-CARRY SPECIAlS Also Available Got Your Own Material? Let Us Do Your Installation Call Today For Details 813.409.9623 enue and Orange Grove Drive. he embraced being the baby boy," m Around 3:20a.m. Wednesday said Jacquanecia. :::C ...... morning, he left the house after "He loved playing basketball, ...... taking a shower. Earlier, his uncle cards, dominos and other games, N said he had been reading a poem and was considered the family and watching television. clown." """" Hillsborough County Sheriffs Family members said Hen-deputies reported that at 3:54 derson was stuck between being a.m., they got a 9-1-1 call of a a professional chef or a Certified pedestrian hit by a vehicle at Nursing Assistant. Fletcher Avenue and Orange "He talked about being a paraGrove Drive. When they arrived, medic and had just returned from they found Henderson lying in JAQUA VIAS HENDERSON the Job Corps Training Program," the roadway. He was pronounced said Mrs. Maddox-Phillips. dead at the scene. his father, Uoyd Henderson, "He did a lot of things with his No charges were filed against and one of his sisters, dad like fishing, and other father the driver of the vehicle, and the Jacquanecia Harris, said he and son activities. We will s urely investigation is ongoing. was very close to his family. miss his laughter and joy." Henderson, 21, was the Jaquavias Henderson was a Ray Williams Funeral Home youngest boy in a family of 6 girls graduate of Spoto High School, representatives are meeting with and two boys. His mother, and was studying culinary arts. the family to make arrangements Jacquelyn Maddox-Phillips, He loved cooking for the family, for a service. PUBLIC NOTICE SERVICE CHANGES The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) will implement bus service changes effedive Sunday, November 13, 2011. CHANGES OR ADJUSTMENTS ARE BEING MADE TO THE FOLLOWING ROUTES Route 1 F/oridtz Avenue -All services will have time changes and the last southbound trip of the day will be extended from Highland Ave. and M.L. King Jr. Blvd to Marion Transit Center in downtown Tampa. Route 2-Nebras/uzAyenue-All services will have time changes and the last southbound trip of the day will be extended from Nebraska Ave. and M.L. King Jr. Blvd to Nebraska Ave. and Columbus J)r. Rout/! 8-l'rozres.'i V.dlgzr/BI'tllldon -Added a short 8 pm westbound trip that ends at 7th Ave. and 50th St Route 12 -22nd Street -All services will have time changes and the last southbound trip of the day will be extended from 22nd Si. and M.L. King Jr. Blvd. to 21st St. and Columbus Dr. Route 15-Columbus Drive-All services will have time changes. On Saturday and Sunday, this route will not serve the Orient Road Jail segment of the route. Consult route schedule or visit www.goHART.org Route 18-30th Street-All services will have time changes and the last southbound trip of the day will be extended from 29th St. and M.L. King Jr. Blvd. to C0lun1bus Dr. and Republica De Cuba. Route 30-Town 'N Country/Ajmort-Weekday service from downtown Tampa to the Tampa International Airport will be every 30 minutes. All trips will go to Northwest Transfer Center. Consult route schedule or visit www.goHARTorg Roul!: 34 -Avenue All services will have time changes. Route 37-Brandon/nefJJ(jgk-Weekday and Saturday time changes. This route will no longer serve Aparicio-Levy Technical Center. Consult route schedule or visit wwwgoHARTorg Route 39-Busch Bouleyqrd-All services will have time and routing changes. Route will stay on Busch Blvd. rather than Temple Heights Rd Consult route schedule or visit www.goHARTorg Route 46 -Davis Islands/West Brandon -One Al\1 trip each direction will be added. Rgute 96-In-Tgwn Trgllev (Purole Line! -Weekday time changes Hours of operation will be Monday thru Friday 6-8:30am and 3:30-6 pm, every 15 minutes. Route 97 -In-Town Trolley (Green Line)-Route will be eliminated. Route 27LX-Riverview/FjsbHqwk/Sgutb Brandon Ljmjted Express -AM trips will depart from Riverview Oaks Park-'n-Ride 5 minutes earlier to adjust running time between Riverview Oaks Park-n-Ride and FishHawk Sports Complex Park-n-Ride. New route schedules will be available on or before November 7, 2011, at www.goHART.org, on board buses, HART Customer Service Centers or by maiL Call the HARTinfo Line, Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. -8 p.m. or Saturday and Sunday, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. for further route information and for trip planning assistance. HARTinfo Line: (813) 254-HART (4278) TDD: (813) 626-9158 www.goHART.org HART Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority r-0 :::c a en m z ::! z m '="' m c: r rm ::! z "tJ c: m r-c;; ::1: m C m < m -1 c: m CJ) c z c ., :::c c .... .... I

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All About You The Realist To Ever Do It ESSENCE RENAYE COLEMAN ZEVULON NATHANIEL GOODING And ESSENCE RENAYE COLEMAN ESSENCE RENAYE COLEMAN And ZEVULON NATHANIEL GOODING Essence celebrated her first birthday with the same clown, her father, Ron, Jr., had on his first birthday. Essence's theme was "The Princess and the Frog Jumbo the Clown kept the party goers with a lot of laughter with his magic show, face painting and character balloons Essence enjoyed the Princess pinata and was helped by grandmother, Ona, and having fun with Jumbo with grandmother, Jackie. She is the much loved daughter of Chambray Johnson and Ronald Coleman, Jr. Her grandfathers are avid Buccaneer fans so Essence had a lot of wardrobe changing from princess to cheerleader to Miss Nike. Her grandfathers, Ronald Coleman, Sr. and Daryl Johnson; and great granddads, David Coleman, Jr. and the late, Otis Wiggins. As a tribute to their great grandfather, Otis Wiggins, Essence shared a Buc duo with her cousin, Zevulon Gooding, who lives in Atlanta, GA, and is the son of Shayla and Eric. Hugs and kisses to Auntie Patrease Rioland, who catered the entire party, and Auntie Linda and Auntie Glenda for their tasty dishes Essence's aunt and uncle, Imogene Green Richardson and Samuel Richardson were blessed to share her (Essence and father, Ron, Jr.) first birthday party. Essence thanks all the mommies, daddies, cousins and friends for such nice gifts. May God keep you safe and in His loving arms, Essence. I' ALI, b.k.a., GO$$GETTA I'm back in full action, still standing in the paint and very very healthy. So, you can stop entertaining rumors and gossip. You better go get the movie, "Bloodline" because I'm going to be like Koke all day long when we bump heads. So, I'm about to fall back and get ready to pop it off for my spe cial day. So let's get it... 'cause I'm locked and loaded. WHOLESALE PROPERTIES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT West Florida Wholesale Properties Provides first class property management and affordab l e prices through its property management division "West Florida Turn key Property Management" SELLVOURHOUSEFORCASHNOW West Florida Wholesale Propert i es LLC can make you a fair cash offer within 24hrs on your property and close the same day! Whether you are a rehabber or a landlord, or just looking for a great deal, WFWP has the largest inventory of investment properties in the Tampa Bay Area. These properties move extremely fast because of our rock bottom pricing : So hurry and buy Today before they are gone! TURNKEY PROPERTIES 'SOLUTIONS WFWP provides turnkey property solutions to those inves tors looking to take a hands off' 'approach to real estate investing. WFWP can manage everything from acquisition and renovation to tenant placement and full service property management WFWP gives it clients, both Domestic and International, peace of mind knowing that they have a first class company working in their corner to protect their investments and maximize returns. < m :s:: OJ m :::0 ...... ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... r 0 :!! c )> en m z ::! z m r OJ c: r r !!l z ., c: OJ r Cii ::J: m c m < m :::0 < ..... c: m en c )> z c :::0 c .,. )> C) m ...... w I )>

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___:_ Rorts :e FIOVd Mavweather OHers Paterno Fired Tiger Woods Savs Ex-Caddie To Pav For Joe Frazier's Funeral Apologized For Insult The death of boxing great sTATE Tiger Woods took the that black llJ Joe Frazier on Monday COLLEGE, high road in making his first a---," night has touched millions, inPa. In a public comments about his Williams eluding a deep admirer of the m a s s i v e former caddie, Steve said. sport' s history, unbeaten shake up Williams. A world welterweight champion Penn State "Stevie's certainly not a though the Floyd Mayweather Jr. f 0 0 t b a 11 racist, there's no doubt about event was On Twitter late Tuesday coach Joe JOE that," Woods said in a billed as a after hearing of Frazier's pater n 0 PATERNO packed press conference. "It b a w d y TIGER WOODS death, Mayweather tweeted, and school was a comment that definitely roast. in "My condolences go out to the shouldn't have been made, which all comments would be president Graham Spanier family of the late great Joe FLOYD and he certainly regrets that off the record, the racial comwere fired Wednesday night by Frazier. #TheMoneyTeam will MAYWEATHER, JR. h b d f comment." ment-made into a microt e oar o trustees amid the pay for his Funeral services." d Woods said he and phone on stage, and in front ez. growing furor over how the illi" Mayweather has commit-Frazier, who died at 6? of W ams met face-to-face in of several players, media and school handled child sex abuse ted to such a gesture before, liver cancer, had struggled fiSydney, Williams apolo-others-made its way around allegations against an assistant d d h h earlier this year paying for the nancially after his boxing cacoach. g1ze an t e two s ook the world quickly. funeral of a one-time opporeer ended. hands. "It was hurtful, certainly," nent, Southland former world He made public appearThe longtime coach, the winThe former world No. 1 was Woods said. "But you know, champion Genaro Hernan-ances to earn income ningest in major college footseemingly the last person to life goes on." ball, was ousted at the end of comment on the inflamma-As for their relationship in Jets' Holmes Raises Nearlv S34K For Sickle Cell LINDEN, N.J. -Santonio Holmes overcame sickle cell to become a Super Bowl MVP and one of the NFL's best wide receivers. Watching his young son, Santonio III, suffer with the disease has the New York Jets receiver determined to try to help find a cure. Holmes raised nearly $34,000 for Sickle Cell Anemia research with a charity bowling event Mon day night attended by dozens of teammates, including Mark SANTONIO HOLMES and coach Rex day that began with his antory insult that stunned the future, he added, "We'll nouncement to retire at end of many. see what time does. As we all the season, his 46th. "My aim was to shove it up know time heals all wounds." After hearing news of the fir ing, Paterno released a statement, saying: "I am disappointed with the Board of Trustees' decision, but I have to accept it. A tragedy occurred, and we all have to have pa tience to let the legal process proceed. I apprecia_te the out pouring of support but want to emphasize that everyone should remain calm and please respect the university, its prop erty and all that we value." ...... ...... 1\) 0 ...... ...... "T1 r-0 :xJ c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-llJ c: rrm :::! z "tt c: llJ r-(i) ::::1: m c m :xJ < -4 c: m (/) c )> z c

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ntertainment N a: w m ::!: w z Eddie. Murohv Follows Bren Ratner And Quits Oscar Gig 0 a: u. Eddie Murphy has bowed out of his gig as host of the Academy Awards, fol lowing pal Brett Ratner's decision to leave the show as producer because of an uproar over a gay slur. The news of Murphy's departure came Wednesday, a day after Ratner quit as producer of the Feb. 26 show. Ratner left amid criti cism of his use of a pejorative term for gay men in a question-and-answer ses sion at a screening of his ac tion comedy "Tower Heist," which opened last weekend and stars Murphy and Ben Stiller. Murphy's deprives Oscar organizers of a top 0 star for an often thankless fE job that's tough to fill, since 0 some past hosts have found little to gain from the gig and >-plenty to lose if they do a poor job as emcee of HollyUJ wood's biggest party. The two sides departed t-with cordial words though. it w > w 0 w :::J: UJ :::i m ::::: D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::::: m c( I CD ,.. w CJ EDDIE MURPHY And Director, BRETT RATNER "I completely understand and support each party's de cis .ion with regard to a change of producers for this year's Academy Awards cer emony," Murphy said in a news release from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. "I was truly looking forward to being a part of the show that our production team and writers were just stirting to develop, but I'm sure that the new production team and host will do an equally great job." Mariah carev loses 70 Pounds MAllliUI CAREY Mariah Carey an-nounced she's lost the 70 pounds she gained with twins, Moroccan and Monroe with the help of Jenny Craig Carey, 41, appeared on The Rosie Show, Rosie O'Donnell's new show on the Oprah Winfrey Network, Nov. 8 to talk about her new life as the mom of twins and, not surprisingly, how she lost all the baby weight. MJ's Doctor Convicted DR. CONRAD MURRAY And MICHAEL JACKSON Michael Jackson's doctor was convicted Monday of involuntary manslaughter after a trial that painted him as a reckless caregiver who administered a lethal dose of propofol that killed MJ. The verdict against Dr. Conrad Murray marked the latest chapter in one of pop culture's most shocking tragedies --the death of the King of Pop on the eve of the singer's heavily promoted comeback concerts. The jury deliberated less than 9 hours. Murray, 58, faces a sentence of up to four years in prison. He could also lose his medical license. The. ;most shocking moments, however, came when prosecutors displayed a large picture of Jackson's gaunt, lifeless body on a hospital gurney and played the sound of his drugged, slurred voice, recorded by Murray weeks before the singer's death. Jackson talked about plans for a children's hospital and cementing a legacy larger than that of Elvis Presley or The Beatles. Jackson was found not breathing in his own bed in his rented mansion. Murrav v Spend Justellbs In 1111 Murray may spend as little as a few months behind bars despite being convicted. Legal experts said that Dr. Conrad Murray was ultimately likely to benefit froni a new California law that deals with chronic over crowding in the state's jails.

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ntertainment :2 Heavv D Dead At-44 Heavy D died Tuesday after collapsing in his Cali fornia home. He was 44. The Westchester County raised entertainer was taken by ambulance to Cedars Sinai MediCal Center in Los Angeles about 11:25 a.m. and died 90 minutes later. Heavy D was conscious and talking when officers responded to a 911 call from his Beverly Hills condo. Heavy D was having dif ficulty breathing as para medics rushed him to the hospital. The performer had just returned from Europe and was battling pneumonia. Rosen said Heavy D had come home from a shopping trip Tuesday and began la boring for breath as he HEAVYD walked into his condo build ing. "He collapsed in an exte rior hallway." The actual cause of death is pending an autopsy. Born in Jamaica and raised in Mount Vernon Heavy D rose to stardom in the 1990s as the frontman for Heavy D & the Boys. Aretha Franklin Honored At Hall 01 Fame The Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin has been honored with a star-studded tribute at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. Lauryn Hill, Dennis Edwards of the Temptations and Chaka Khan were among those who en tertained. The 69-year-old soul singer not sched uled to perform, but toward the end of the three-hour event she took a seat at a piano and traded verses with Edwards in a rendition of for You." Franklin received a key to the city from Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson ARETHA FRANKLIN during the Saturday event and an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Case Western Reserve University. The show ended a week long American Music Mas ters tribute to her. Tvler Perrv Faces Fan Backlash over Kim Kardashian Casting Last month Tyler Perry announced that Kim Kardashian would be co-star ring in his new film The Marriage Counselor. Fans of Perry are finding it ironic that Kardashian will be lending her talents to a film about marriage, after the publicized split from her ex Kris Humphries. Perry has long been known for connecting with his strong and loyal fan base through his personal web site. He often updates proj ects, releases personal statements and even re sponds to comments from the site's members. TylerPerry.com is flooded with countless pages of his loyal supporters expressing outrage in Kardashian tak ing part in his project. Some of Perry's long term supporters, many of whom are religiously conser vative have spoken up and said this is the final straw. A few are e ven threatening to never support any of his future projects unless he re thinks his casting decision. Who Killed Biuuie Smalls;J Author and retired LAPD detective Greg Kading talked about the murder in vestigations of Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur. Investigations into the murders of the hip-hop stars were shelved prematurely, BIGGIE,DET. GREG KADING And TUPAC according to the retired LAPD detective, who said he knows who is responsible. m His new book ''Murder Rap" points the finger at hip-..a. hop mogul Suge Knight as ..a. responsible for ordering the hit on Christopher Wal-::::::: lace, b.k.a., Biggie Smalls. r-0 ::tJ CJ) m z .::! z m r-m c: r. r-!:!l FRIDAY NOV. 2011 THE KENNeDY z ., c: m r-c;; :I: m c 2408 W. KENNEDY BLVDTAMPA, FLORIDA FOR MORE INFO: 813.248-BOM8 813.493.4940 813.259.9669 1128Bif CESICJN ......, a CIQtWSOt.-1 a1a..,.... m < m -4 c: m CJ) c l> z c

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ovie R.eviews Tower Heist-Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy star this light drama/ comedy caper about a bunch of workers who turn the table on a Wall Street swindler. Could have been funnier, but still good. Made $25M. (Budget $75M). ***112 A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmasand Kumar finally get this one right after 2 previous the top movies. Pretty funny. Made $13M. $19M). ***112 The Three Musketeers (2011) -The same story, but different actors and more effects. The kids will it. Wait for the video Made $18M (Budget $75M}. **112 Puss In The Boot -A spin-off from the Shr e k chise Puss (voice of Antonio Banderas) set out to the egg that will make his & earns come true. Dreamworks got this one right. Must-see for the kids. Still No. 1 at Box Office. Made $75M. (Budget $ 130M) **** In Time -Justin Timberlake stars in this futuristic/ action movie about surviving before your runs out. The wealth here isn t money, it's time. Differ ent. Surprisingly good. Made $23M. (Budget $40M) **** Paranormal Activity 3 -This is the best of the fran-c chise. The movie provides more scare and children 0: involved. Only 1 hr. and 20 min., so everything happens u.. fast. Made $95M. (Budget $5M). **** Footloose -This 1984 (Us vs. Them) remake robot family j action film. The special effects with the ro w hots were great. Made $78M. (Budget N/A) **** Dolphin Tale -This movie is based on a true about a dolphin who had to deal with a prosthetic tail. :::::i good story for the kids Made $68M. (Budget $ 37M) m ***112 The Help-Viola Davis (actress) and Octavia z (supporting actress) should win Oscars for their roles as i= Black Maids in the early 6os. This movie is a must-see, but will piss you off, make you cry all in one. Made S $167M. (Budget $25M). **** m ...J w z RATINGS ,.,,-Very Good I .,,. -Good I'*-Average I -Wait For Soaps/Horoscopes/Sentinel Soap Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Thom as and Steffy t ry to keep Liam and Hope apart w hile Brook e and Katie try to keep them together; Liam about whether h e is really happy; Steffy asks Liam to stop spendmg time With Hope so that the y can concentrate on their marriage. Men and women ofthe U.S. Armed Forces are honored at Dayzee s Cafe, where 20 (real-life) veterans are serenaded by Beau David son; Katie s stunned when Liam tells her that he knows the truth about what hap pened in Colorado. . . DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Nicole serves EJ With divorce papers; Madison convmces Brady to visit John; Carrie and Austin move out of the loft; a warm family moment shared by Sami, Rafe and the kids hurts EJ. The Pub comes under att;ack as John' s family gathers there; EJ and Stefano toast the maugural day of Johns tnal; Hope realizes Stefano is attached to Alice s secret. GENERAL HOSPITAL-Jason and Sam search for Franco; a new doctor's in town; Mac makes an important announcement. Carly learns more about Shawn; Elizabeth gets an unexpected visitor; Sam's upset. . ONE LIFE TO LIFE -Rick has a change of plans for Starr s music VIdeo and the kids do notlike it; Blair and Tomas head upstairs together as Todd looks on. Bo and Nora share a dance before the guests arrive for the wedding; Vivian surprises Shaun with her stance on marriage. ., YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Paul confronts Ricky for betraying Heather; Neil is ann py ed b y Sofia s lo yalty to Tucker. Chloe receives news about Delia s illness; Chance gets a new assignment. Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -It's a good time for home remodeling, 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 pre pare. Five minutes of meditation can increase your output. Enjoy home. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You might talk about distant places or write about them just 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 another thing. Diligence and thrift serve you well now. Write, and ..c plan for tomorrow. Aries (March 21-April i9) -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 the heart-to-heart talk. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -Everything turns out, thanks to your wisdom and charm. Don't get distracted from what's important. Surround people who adore you. -Gemini (May 21-June 21) -Tell your people how much you appreciate them. Don t worry about huge productivity or results. Put greater focus on human resources. Spread the love. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Study the history before decision. Pa tience. Adventures and travel are better in discussion and planning than actuality. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -Romance and artistic creativity provide 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 end of the year, while Mercury and Venus are in your third house. Take advantage. 813 lessons 'BAD TIMING & TRUE FEELINGS' lesson22 Bv Laurel Johnson-Page SUMMARY: Mia finds her pot of gold when she learns that pockets go much deeper than she thought. With the help of her nosey neighbor, Mia discovers that being an elementary school principal is not the only job that Principal Link Stern has. The only thing that can cause her to push pause on her plans ofbecoming the future Mrs. Link Stern is the announcement that her first love and father of her chilCl'fen is getting married. Vickie learns that her career may be in jeopardy when Tonya threatens to ruin her reputation and her opportunity for the promotion. Charles makes it crystal clear who takes priority in his life and it is not Sharie. Things become quite clear for Sharie when Mia's years of Spanish help to provided answer s to Sharie's questions. Join the Ladies of 813 in this week s article 813 Lessons Learned "Bad Timing & Tru e F ee lings a t flsentinelnow. c om.

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MR. HIPOLITO PADILLA, III Homegoing celebration for Mr. Hipolito Padilla, III, of Tampa, who passed away on Saturday, November 5, 2011, will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, with Pastors Jim and Gloria Vass, officiating. Hipolito was born December 18, 1985, in Ft. Myers. He attended schools in Pasco and Hillsborough Counties. Hipolito enjoyed playing basketball, video games, rapping and listening to rap music and playing football. He was preceded in death by: his aunt, Wilma Williams; great grandmother, Allie Mae Nichols; and grandfather, Jessie Beverly, Sr. He will be sadly missed and fond memories will forever be with: his children, Zaniya and Ashley Padilla; father, Hipolito Padilla, Jr. and wife, Dinis; mother, Lisa Ann Beverly Rosier and husband, Shelley; grandparents, Brenda Beverly, Hipolito Padilla, Sr. and Bessie Padilla; stepbrother, Ramere Hayes; sisters, Arielle and Alexa Rosier; aunts, Marilyn L. Doston, Julia Robinson, Cynthia Doston, Wanda Starks, Cecelia Padilla and Janice Padilla; uncles, Tracy Beverly, Jessie Beverly and Michael Doston; cousins, Candida Walker, Clifford Kelley, Terrance Walker, Melinda Williams and Darnell Williams; and a host of other cousins, other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 5-6 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN MEMORY OF DEACON ALEXANDER W.BUCHANAN Sunrise: 1-19-30 Sunset: 11-11-09 It's been 2 years and we are still missing you as if it was yesterday. We will forever carry you in our hearts. Your beloved wife, children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and friends. Homegoing services for Ms. Dora Jackson, who entered eternal rest on Friday, November 4, 2011, under the care of LifePath Hospice, will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Centerpointe Community Church, 8610 Temple Terrace Highway, Tampa, 33637, Dr. Aaron Munford, Pastor, New Harlilony Missionary Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will follow in Sunset Memory Gardens, 11005 U.S. Hwy. 301 N., Thonotosassa, FL. "Dora Jackson was born December 12, 1933, in West Point (Troup County), Georgia, to the parentage of the late George Washington and Nellie Heard. She was raised and educated in Troup County, relocating to Tampa in late 1950s from Cleveland, Ohio, where she worked and retired from the Hillsborough County School System as a Culinary Specialist, while in her final employment retiring from Armwood Hidt School. She was a faithful member of New Harmonr Missionary Baptist Church m which she attended until her health declined. She was preceded in death by her son, Donald Thomas, a. k. a., "CRAB". She leaves to cherish memories: husband, William Jackson, Seffner, FL; 2 daughters, Wilma Jackson, Lakeland, FL, and Diana Jones of Ruskin, FL; son, Bruce Thomas, Tampa; stepdaughter, Mary Faison (Roosevelt), Miami, FL; sister, Elsie Brown, Cleveland, OH; 2 brothers, Leroy Heard (Mattie), and George Heard, both of LaGrange; 2 sisters-in-law, Betty Smith, Miami, FL, and Alma Randolph, Tampa; grandchildren, Monica Sales (Nura), LaKenya Baisden (Eugene), Atlanta, GA, April Jones, Tampa, Demetria Harvey-Sheffield (Major) Plant City, FL, Dominique and Elexis Thomas, both of Tampa; eight great grandchildren; devoted friends, Willie and Angeline Ousley, Junior Chaney, Betty Munford, Doris Williams, Marion and Melissa Covington; along with many sorrowing relatives and friends. THERE WILL BE NO VISITATION OR WAKE. The remains will repose from 9-11 a. m. at the Centerpointe Community Church, 8610 Temple Terrace Highway,. Tampa, 33637 THERE WILL BE NO VIEWING FOLLOWING THE EUWGY. Services entrusted to Creal Funeral Home, 1940 Seventh Avenue South, St. FL, 33733 www.creal-funera -bome.com. CREAL FUNERAL HOME MR. JOHN PAUL 'JOHNNY' BROWN Homegoing celebration for Mr. John Paul "Johnny" Brown, who passed away on Tuesday, November 8, 2011, at Tampa General Hospital, will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011, at 10 a. m. at Emmanuel Cathedral Church Of God In Christ, 6450 S. R. 579, Seffner, FL, with Pastor Jesse Smalley, II, officiating. Interment will follow in Mayberry Cemetery. Johnny, as be was affectionately known, was born in Tampa, on January 20, 1979. He attended the public schools of Hillsborough County and was a graduate of Armwood High School. Johnny, who had a love for cooking was a very good cook and was also very good with his bands in repairing most anything. He was also a very good yardman. Johnny loved his family very much and will be truly missed by everyone who knew him. He was preceded in death by: his favorite cousin, Deltorrio. Johnson; and his grandfather, Andrew James Johnson, who affectionately called him "Coal Oil." Johnny will be greatly missed and will always be in our hearts. He is survived by: his wife, Tiffany Brown; 2 children, John Paul Brown, Jr. and Johnnisha Brown; father, James Wilson; his loving mother, Loretta Brown; his loving companion, Christy Cardell and her 2 children Devin and Mya Cardell; sisters and brothers, Andrea Adams and husband, Carlos, Carolyn Thomas, Mikal Sabr, Crawford Brown, Cedric Brown, Alvonnia Williams, Maurice Brown and David Brown; aunts, Anne Gadson, Edna Williams, Rosa Outlaw (James), Yvette Evans (Jack), and Alice Wilson, all of Tampa; uncles, Belton Johnson (Louise), San Antonio, TX, Clarence Johnson (Judy), Andrew Johnson (Marcia), Apollo Beach, FL, Gregory Johnson and Andrew Wilson, Tampa; great aunts and uncles, L. W. Stillings (Oris), Bertha Franklin, Frances Grier, Evelyn Cooper, Laura Smalley ano Mary Ann Miller; nieces and nephews, Marcus Daxbina, Lit Rickie, Carlos, Jr. Adrian, Cedric, Eric, Imoni, Alexis and Gabreel; a host of cousins, among a devoted one, Joseph Gadson; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. THERE WILL BE NO PUBLIC VIEWING. The funeral cortege will leave from 3601 East Powhatan Avenue on Saturday at 9:30 a. m., November 12, 2011. EVERETT-DERR & ANDERSON FUNERAL HOME MR.JAMARIE lAVON HODGES Mr. Jamarie Lavon Hodges was born on September 1, 1995 and passed away on November 5. 2011. Homegoing services will be held Saturday, Novehlber 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610, with, Pastor Molabi Ehikioya, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park, 4615 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa, 33610. Jamarie attended Middleton High School and played football for PAL (Raiders Varsity Football Team). He enjoyed sports, freehand drawing, shopping and listening to music. He was also a part of the Rich House Day Camp, which is located in Sulphur Springs. He also enjoyed spending lots of time with his brothers and his childhood best friend, Poocho. He was given an opportunity to be employed parttime at Harmon Funeral Home as a Pallbearer. Jamarie leaves to cherish his memory: mother, Anita Hodges; grandparents, Mary Ann Reynolds (Joe), Johnny Reynolds and Robert L. Schuler, Sr. (Ruth); beloved brother, Jaylen Lovondre Smith, Javon Dre Hodges and Jimmie (J. J.) Jordan; uncles,, Robert L. Schuler, Jr. (Tashumbi), and Ralph Hodges; aunts, Sandra Diei, Wanda Newson (Freddie), Elaine Jackson (Robert), Rubye Hodges and Gloria Hodges; and a host of devoted cousins and friends. Visitation for Mr. Jamarie Levon Hodges will be held Friday evening from 5-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home. The family will friends from 6-7p.m. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON RURIAL BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ELMORE ALFONZO SIMS, JR. November 16, 1930 -July 28, 2011 We miss you and love you. From, your children, grandchildren, cousins, friends and the family. MR. JONATHAN lANE Mr. Jonathan Lane was born in Tampa, on October 10, 1959, the fifth child of Willie Lane (deceased) and Brinnie M. Lane. Joe (as he was known by his family and friends), graduated from Hillsborough High-School in 1978. Before even finishing high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. He served our country until being honorably discharged in 1983 having attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. After retiring from the service, be :fu>..ally settled with employment at the Janies A. Haley Veteran's Hospital until his demise on November 4, 2011. While working at the VA Hospital, Joe obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from the University of South Florida in DeCember, 1997 Joe was the loving father of son, Jonathan Lane, II; whom he loved more than words could ever describe. "lil Joe" as be was known to the family was his father's pride and joy. Although Joe did not belong to any church, he was raised in the church and knew the Lord. Jonathan, Sr.leaves behind: his son, Jonathan Lane, II; his mother, Brinnie Lane; his brothers and sisters and their families, Avonta Lane, Cora Lane, Sara Ann Lane (Ron Broxton), Alan Lane (Gloria), Willie Lee Bowles, Rose Marie Joseph, Martha Brim, and Edward Lee Joseph. Joe also leaves behind: his aunts, Minnie T. Jones and Marie Mims; friends Stanford Nellon and Jackie Engram; and 24 nieces and nephews, numerous great nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends. Homegoing services for Mr. Johnson Lane will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Sinai Holiness Church, 4216 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Antonio Hawkins of Exciting Faith Alive at Mount Silaa Church, officiating. Interment will be made on Monday, November 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at the Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. . Visitation for Mr. Jonathan Lane will be held Friday evening from s-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa,3361o. Friends attending the homegoing service are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m. on Saturday. A HARMON BURIAL IN lOVING MEMORY MRS. EVELYN B. CARTER 1/7/1920-11/11/1997 It's been fourteen years. Gone, but never forgotten. We miss you. The Hobbs, Carter and Gibbs families. .... .... 1\) 0 .... .... ., r-0 ::IJ a l> C/) m z -t z m r-m c: r rm :::! z ., c: m ,.. en ::::t m c m < m -t c: m C/) c l> z c ., ::IJ c

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.... ..... a: w m :E w > 0 z >:' < c LL MOTHER JOANN WRIGHT Homegoing services for Mother Joann Wright, who passed away on November 2 2011, will be held Saturday, No: vember 12, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Calvary Tabernacle United Pentecostal Church, 10930 N. u.S. Highway 301, Thonotosassa, FL, 33592, Rev. Thomas Wolfe pastor, and District Elder Ron: nie King, officiating. Interment follow in Rest Haven Me-......... ;al Park, Tampa. >-Joann Wright was < March 21, 1949, to the late C Sr. and Opal Lee m Muskegon Heights, LL C was preceded in death z her Lewis Raglin, C two siSters, Geraldine >-and Jaclyn Louise Mar-< brother, Willie James C IA.IlKJliD, Sr. f3 leaves to cherish her ::::) six siblings, Lena 1-Raglin of Tampa, Lewis a:> Raglin, Jr. of Jackson, MI, Mary Ann Johnson (Ernest) of Tampa, Teresa Ann Billings w of Muskegon, MI, Ed-Raglin of Los Angeles, CA, fi) Shelia Raglin of Muskegon six children, Cherry en ofTampa, Sharon Dewan :::::J (Daniel) of 1D Springhill, FL, Bobby Jones, Jr. ::::) (Jenell) of Tampa, Lakesha 11. Shantel Veal (Demitris) of z Terry Anthony Jones of j:: and Joann Jones-W (Alastair) of Longview, :j twenty grandchildren; her ::::) and special friend, Opal 1D Raglin of Tampa; two ..J Geisha Clemons W Mulkey; godson, Z Watts; her dear pet, j:: and a host of nieces, Z and friends. W for Mother Joann : will be held Friday C from 5-8 p. m. at Har-Funeral Home, 5002 N. St., Tampa, 33610. The 0 will receive friends from ii p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at 1:45 p. m. A HARMON BURIAL BRO. LUCIOUS EDGAR LANGSTON Memorial services for Brother Lucious Edgar Langston, who passed away Sunday, November 6, 2011, at a local healthcare facility, will be held Saturday, November 12 2011, at 11 a. m. at First Baptist Church Of College Hill, 3838 N. 29th Street, Rev. Evan Burrows Senior Pastor, officiating. Lucious E. Langston was born January 26, 1941, in Tallahassee, FL. He was baptized in 1951 at First Baptist Church Of College Hill under the pastorage of Rev. J. C. Robinson. Bro. Langston enjoyed art roller skating, record: mg movtes and having his favorite, milk and cookies. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Thomas Benjamin and Annie Mae Langston; brother, Oscar F. Harris Sr sister, Thelma Langston ton; and nephew, Thomas Langston, m. leaves to cherish his memories: children, Denise Langston Evans and Nicolas Langston; extended family Rickey Evans, Theresa Turner, Ronald Jones Evans Joe Beard and Brandi Beard: fond memories with 5 brothers' Frank 0. Langston, Langston, Jr. and Charles E. Sr., all of Tampa, Dr. :nmothy .L. Langston (Catherme), Indianapolis, IN, and AnFranklin, Philadelphia, P sister, Hazel Langston Fields (Arnold, Jr.}; aunt, Clara M. Jenkins, Philadelphia PA a host of nieces, cousins and friends devoted caregivers, Charles Langston Sr. and Denise Langston Evans: special acknowledgement to staff and doctors at Florida Hospital (UCH), Palm Gardens Rehabilitation Center Ms Harriett and Florida Hospital Long Term Acute Care at Connerton Land O'Lakes; and special to "Brenda," K9 companion. Family .and friends are asked to meet at the church (First Baptist Of College Hill} at 10:45 a. m., Saturday, November 12, 2011. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON HOME. WORDS OF THANKS c I 0 C\1 w CJ RAYMONDM. JONES, SR. Our deepest gratitude is extended to each of you who have reached out to us during our time of bereavement of our loved one. Your kind expressions of sympathy, prayers and cards of condolences, have been a source of comfort and will remain dear to our hearts. God bless each of you. A special thank you to: Sunset Point Care and Rehabilitation, Holsey Temple C. M. E. Church, and Carnegie Dallas Funeral Services. Darlene Jones and family, Willie andAndretta Graham, and Josephine Black. MRS. SHEILA MICHELE WRIGHT DURHAM-RILEY Mrs. Sheila Michele Wright Durham-Riley went home to live with the Lord on Monday November 7, 2011. Sheila was born on November 29, 1963, in Barnesville GA to Mrs. Elaine and Mr. Willie C. Durham. Although she attended schools in Hillsborough County she graduated from High School in Georgia. Upon returning to Tampa, she attended Hillsborough Community College, graduated from the School of Nursing, and the School of Barbizon in Voice Over, a!ld Interior Decorating. Sheila was known for having a kind spirit, outspoken and dedicated to helping people m need. While helping others, she volunteered at the Metropolitan Ministry. Also helped other families she could lend a helping hand. She was a member of Zeta Beta Sorority, Inc., Beta Sigma Zeta Chapters Amicae Auxiliary. As a young child, she gave her life to Christ at 8th Street Baptist Church, Griffin, GA. Shortly after, she was introduced to Tampa Community the Ch.armettes, Inc. by runnmg for Miss Junior Debutante in 1976. She was preceded in death by: her grandparents, Sallie 0 Smith-Wright, and Maude and Hezekiah Durham; aunt, Emma Durham; uncle. Lenesa Durham; and granddaughter Destiny K. C. Welch. Left to cherish Sheila's memory and carry on her legacy love are: husband, Donald Riley; sons, Joseph Riley and Michael Riley; daughters Chastity E. Riley and Do: minique Riley-Welch (Travis) mother, Elaine Wright-Lee fa: ther, Willie C. Durham; father, .Aifonzie L. Wright; mother-m-law, Thelma Riley godparents, Hattie Crespo and Sidney Crespo; brothers, Timothy Durham and Telly Durham godsister, Dana Mackey; god: brother, Joshua Simmons Wright, Wright, Pauhne Wright Leola Wright, Gloria Bass, Je;aldine W. Jefferson, Fannie DurhamJones and Janie Durham-Worthy; uncle.s .Terry Wright, Jerry Wdhe Wright, Bobby Wright, Ronald Wright Alfonzie Wright, Jr., Wr!ght, Bruce Wright and Lynn Wright; twenty-one cousins and a host of special family and friends. The celebration of Sheila' s life will be held on Monday, November 14, 2011, at 1 p. m. at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5015 N. 22nd Street Tampa, 33610, with Pastor Bev: erly Lane, officiating. Visitation will be held from 12:30-1 p. m. Burial will be in Griffin, GA. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADITIONAL SERVICE" MRS. ELOUISE GLOVER Funeral services for the late Mrs. Elouise Glover, will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, November 12, 2011, at The Word of His Grace Christian Fellowship, 2506 South Parsons Avenue, Seffner, FL, 33584, Bishop Samuel L. Phillips, Sr., Pastor. Burial service will be held at Rest Haven Memorial Park 4615 E. Hanna Ave., Tampa: 33610. Mrs. Elouise Glover, was born on October 22, 1922, departed this life for eternal rest on November 2, 2011. She is preceded in death by: her husband, Mr. Sinclair Glover, Jr.; one son, Harold and three siblings, Inez Gra: ham, Clarence Davis; and Cullen Davis. Mrs. Glover leaves to celebrate her life and cherish her precious memories: three sons Bob Duncan, Marvin Glove; (Loretta}, and Donald Glover (Ann); two daughters, Bertha Melvin and Debra Cato (John Jr.); eleven grandchildren nm: o!}Iy Judkins (Tara), Crystal Judkins, Chevelle O'Bryant (Marcus}, Nicole Duncan, Crystal Ashley Johnson (Kristopher}, Candace Cato John C. Cato, Armand Mobley: Treasure Duncan and Danielle Glover; six great grandchildren Judkins! Jeremy Judkins: Timara Judkins, Darius kins, Ethan Harvey, Evan Harvey; Reagan Johnson and Cayden Glover; two sisters Rocelia Holmes and Jeanette Balk-0?-an (Robert}; two Sisters-In-law, Mamie Greene and Jannie Gant, both from Jacksonboro, SC; brother-inlaw, Robert Balkman, Sr.; godson Paul Jones; other son and daughter, Archbishop David and Dr. Bevelyn Jones and a host of nieces, other relatives and friends. will be from 5 7 p. m. on Friday, November 11, 2011, at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, 33610. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME Bartow l ___ ] MR. JOHN CALVIN DOUGLAS Homegoing celebration for Mr. John Calvin Douglas of Tampa, who passed away Saturday, November 5, 2011, at his residence, while under the care ofLifePath Hospice, will be held Monday, 14, 2011, at 11 a. m. at the Flonda National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL with Minister Allen Brooks, officiating. Interment will follow. Mr. Douglas was born in Tallahassee, FL, and was a re!!ident of Tampa, for a number of years. He served honorably in tlie United States Army and was a Purple Heart recipient. Mr. Douglas was employed as a Carpenter prior to retirement. He is survived by: his children, Booker T. Dennison, Alfredia Moore, Calvin Smith Alicia A. Smith, John Keith Douglas and Raymond Smith his sisters, Lourideane White of Miami, FL, Addie Mae Singleton of Tampa, Aridean McCray of South Carolina, and Elizabeth of Miami, FL; brother, Riley Douglas of Tampa 8 grandchildren; nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. be a viewing from 3-6 p. m., Saturday, November 12, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. -"A WILSON SERVICE" www.wiJson-funeralhome.com BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM_ LINDA SMITH YOUNG November 15, 1959 -April 23, 2011 Happy birthday, Mom. You are greatly missed. Love: Denise, JaQuay, J. J. and "The Mama."

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MRS. MAE FRANCES JOHNSON-WRIGHT Homegoing services for Mrs. Mae Frances Johnson-Wright, of 4630 N. Pompano Drive, will be held Saturday, November 12 2011, at 2 p . m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, ofwhich Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins iS pastor, with Elder Jerome Heard, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mae Frances JohnsonWright was born on September 20, 1942, in Tampa, to the late Bennie L. and Lessie D. Johnson. Ms. Johnson-Wright attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. On -December 27, 1997 she married (her late husband) Norman Wright. Mae. Frances was employed by the University of South Florida until she retired in June 2003. On Tuesday, November 8, 2011, she experienced victory as she entered the heavenly gates peacefully at Melech Hospice House. ,She was preceded in death by: her parents; sisters, Ida Mae and Lula Mae; and brothers, Lonnie, William Lee and George. Mae Frances will be missed dearly and leaves to cherish many beautiful memories with: her devoted daughter, Carla -LaShawn Coonce-Levy (Jack); devoted sons, Michael R. Coonce and Roderick Coonce (Sylvia); grandchildren, Michael R. .Coonce, II, James Coonce, Norman Black, Eric Coonce and Erica Coonce; great granddaughter, Ainiyah Coonce; stepchildren Reginald, Patricia and Joyce Coonce; devoted sister, Viola Alexander; brothers, Freddie Lee Johnson and Bennie L. Johnson Jr.; sister-in-law, Ora Dee Adderly; brothers-in-law, Peter Wright (Dorothy), Wilbur Wright (Mary), Carlton Wright (Lillie), Arthur Wright, Randolph Wright (Mae Eva), Rudolph Wright (Jennifer), and George Wright (Doris); special nieces, Katina Johnson, Viceloa Johnson, Valerie Johnson-Reed, Sharon Hernandez and Pamela Wright (Johnnie); special nephews, Henry Baker (Alicia), Paul Johnson (Angie), Shelton Danzy and Andre Johnson; great-great nephew, Kahlil Baker; special friends, Almatine Williams, Pearl Marchman, James Black and Koletha Baldwin; and a host of other precious family members and friends. The viewing will be held on Friday from 5-9 p. m. at Wilson Funeral Home and the family will receive_ friends from 7-8 p. m. at the funeral home chapel. The funeral cortege will leave from 4630 N. Pompano Drive, friends asked to assemble at the church at approximately 1:45 p.m. on Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com MR. JESSIE LEE WILSON Homegoing celebration services for Mr. Jessie Lee Wilson, 89, of 1516 E. 32nd Avenue, Tampa, will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Greater Mt. Moriah Primitive Baptist Church, 122.5 North Nebraska Avenue, Tampa, 33602 with Pastor Ernest Coney, Sr. (Spirit of Truth Ministries), officiating. Interment will follow in Rest. Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Wilson, a native of Houston County, Georgia, departed this life, Thilrsday, November 3, 2011. Jessie was born on April 27, 1922, to the late Ollie Mae Sermon and Mose Wilson. He was preceded in death by: his parents, Ollie Mae Sermon and Mose Wilson; siblings, Charles Wilson and Ruby Brown; and son, Ernest Rogers Wilson. Jessie was a cement laborer for 37 years until. retirement, and a faithful member of Spirit of Truth Ministries in Tampa. He will be affectionately remembered for his vibrant personality and laughter. He was always a joy and helping hand to those who loved and knew him. Jessie was a loyal and devoted family man who treasured spending time with his loved ones. He was an avid baseball fan who enjoyed handy work in his spare time. He leaves to cherish memories of hlm: a devoted companion of 67 years, Mrs. Mary Wilson, whom he married in 1944 Through their union, 3 children were born: Rubye Kilpatrick (Burnis), Lalita Watkins (Harry), and the late Ernest Rogers Wilson. He also leaves to cherish memories of him with: granddaughters, Mimi Wasielewski (Andrew), Anika Coney (Ernest), Kai Jenkins (Jody), Ngina Watkins, Katrya Watkins and grandson, Vernon Kilpatrick (Jennean). He was the loving and proud great grandfather to Javian Kilpatrick, Nyla Styles, Shelby Coney, Kylen Passmore, Jennayla Kilpatrick, Kailey Jenkins, Cason Lee Kennedy and Andrew Wasielewski, Jr., all of Tampa. He also leaves: nieces, Cynthia Carey, Katrena Stodghill (Henry), and Valarie Carey, all of Atlanta, GA; the Wilson and Haywood family; and a host of other loving family members, church members and friends. The viewing for Mr. Jessie Lee Wilson will be held Friday, November 11, 2011, from 5-9 p m. at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday for the service. "A WILSON SERIVCE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com SISTER BETIY PROCTOR BROWN WIGGINS Funeral service for Sister Betty Proctor Brown Wiggins, who passed on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, will be held Saturday, November 12, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Allen Temple AME Church, 2101 Lowe Street, Tampa, Rev. Michael K. Bouie, pastor, with Rev. Gregory V. Gay, Sr., Pastor of Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church, officiating. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. She leaves to cherish precious memories with: her children, Deborah Randall and husband, Jeffery T. Randall, and Donald A. Jlrown and wife, Annee "Riki" Brown; grandchildren, Ray Donald Curtis, Jr. of Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina, Chanice Nicole Mack, Dr. Kara Brown Joseph and husband, Dr.Marlin Joseph of Chicago, IL, and Matthew Alan Brown, Tampa; great grandson, Ryan Curtis; siblings, Rev. Dr. James M. Proctor and wife, Rosa of Jacksonville, FL, Ernest L. Pr9ctor, Sr. and wife, Lee Etta of Tallahassee, and Wllliam C. Proctor, Sr. and wife, Patricia of Tallahassee, FL; and other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Monticello, FL, Mrs. Wiggins resided in the Tampa Bay area for a number of years. She was a member of Mt. Olive A. M. E. Church and a life member and "Golden Soror" of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, inc. She served on various organizations in the Tampa area. There will be a viewing on Friday, November 11, 2011, at Wilson Funeral Home from 5-9 p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church at approximately 10:45 a m. Saturday. "A WILSON SERVICE" www.wilson-funeralhome.com Earth Has No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal. MR.DONALD FORD Mr. Donald Ford was born on July 12, 1959, in Tampa. He was a 1978 graduate of Ro.binson-High School. He was a lq_ngtime employee with the City of Tampa Stormwater Department. Donald was loved by so many. Donald made his calling and election sure, making Jesus his Lord and Savior long before his sleep, November 6, 2011. 1 Corinthians 15:50-59, Revelations 14:12-13 and Roman 8:1-17. A memorial services will be held at Speak Life Church, 6509 N. Himes Avenue, Suite A, on Saturday, November 12, 2011. Donald was preceded in death by: his mother, Ella Mae Davis; and sisters, Betty Hendley and Carol Thomas. He is survived by: a devoted fiancee, Teresa Bland (Teri); son, Jarvis Ford; daughters, Jeanett and Juantell Ford; sisters, Hue Ellen McQuay and husband, Reynaldo, Jacquelyn D. Majors, Bridgett Ford, Minnie Aiken and Mary Malcom (Brian); brother, Anthony Ford; aunt, Fannie Thomas; uncles, Robert Ashwood and, Job.niJ.y Ashwood (Edwina), Gulport, MS; nieces and nephews, Sgt. M. Dubose (Gisela), Ft. Stewart, GA, Joseph Hendley, Sly Aikens, Jr., Madison, FL, Malcom Jackson, Maurice Newell, son, Melany Foster, Ebony Gantt, Briana Malcom, Brishona Malcom, Tiffany Kierra Aikens of Madison, FL, Wanda Golden and Latesia Reed; 6 grandchildren and 18 grand nieces and nephews; Ashley Ford, Mandy, Tyrone and Monty; special acknowledgement to Elder Earl K. Davis, Sr. (Thomasine) for their daily prayers, encouragement and teachings; Minister Richard Thomas (Erma) of Alabaster, AL, for the daily prayers, calls and support; Mary Madison, Monticello, FL, for her daily prayers, calls, moral support and help with Donald's Baptism; LifePath Hospice, Abby Team; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends, Annette Jordan, lifetime family friend; the Jones family, White family Madison family, Pilcher family and Cail family (Roni). FUN ERAL CRISIS CRF.\UTIO N PRICES JOHN HARMON LFD.813 626-8600 JAMES HARMON LFD 5002 N. 40th Street Tampa, F lorida 33610 MISS MAMIE JEANETTE< BLUDSAW The family of the late Miss Mamie Jeanette Bludsaw, would like to thank you for. the cards, phone calls, _kind words, food, visits, flowers and prayers during our time of bereavement. There are not enough words to express our gratitude. Special thanks to:-Rev. Michael Neely, New Grace Mary M. B. Church Ministries of St. Petersburg, FL, Florida House of Representatives Betty Reed, and the staff of Aikens Funeral Home. The family. THANK YOU .WALTERB. PICKETT I Oh how great thou art. We, the family of the late Walter B. Pickett, wouldlove to thank everyone for all the phone calls, cards, those who brought food, flowers or just perhaps said a prayer during our time of bereavement. A very special thanks to: Zion Temple Holiness Church, Bishop Lucious McCray, Pastor; and Gudes Funeral Home, Ronald Gudes, owner, you and your staff have been a blessing to us, job well done. A special thank you to the Order of Eastern Star Ladies of Essence #321, Latrice Byrd, Worthy Matron; Ladies of Cultured Pearls, Tampa General Hospital (6K Floor), Sister Diedra Willis, Prophet Nathaniel House, Prophet Andrew Holder, Elder Michelle B. Patty and Sis. Bert Godwin. May God continue to bless each and every one more and more abundantly. May the work that our father has done, speak for itself. 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Crime Suspect Charged With Two Men wounded Son 01 Popular Bails In Robberv, B d G d D < North Tampa Murder shootinu on sman unne own Hillsborough County Sherinto the m iffs detectives have arrested a shooting ::D man in connection with the res u It e d ::: murder of Michael Mas-in Jason saline. W h i t -bn October 241 h at 2:40 p. field, 27, m., deputies responded to a b e i n g call of shots being fired in the identified area of 2202 13151 Avenue as the East. s h o o t e r MICHAEL MAS SALINE When deputies arrived, after witthey found 26 n e s s e s .-----=:::-:-,.----, laying in the yard between two were induplexes He had been shot in terviewed the upper body and was transat the ported to a local hospital. Deputies were able to speak to him prior to him being trans ported to the hospital, but Massaline provided no infor mation on the identity of his shooter. He died later at the hospital. A subsequent investigation scene. Deputies in Osceola County arrested Whitfield, and JASON WHITFIELD he was charged with second degree murder with a firearm. suspect Souuhtln .Club Manilla Shooting REqiNAi.D MCCRAY WILLIAM LILLIE At 2:45 a. m. Tuesday, Tampa Police reported that as patrons were leaving Club Manilla on 7th Avenue, shots were fired. During the gun fire, five people were shot in the parking lot. Two of the victims were transported to a local hospi tal, and the three others transported themselves. Po lice said four of the victims have non-life threatening in juries, but one is reported to be in serious, but stable con dition. The five people shot were Reginald McCray, 30; William Lillie, 25; Norvis Heflin, 29; Ernest Everett, III, 19,.andJamarl Pringle, 22, who was seriously in jured. According to a source who was inside the lounge prior to the shooting, the incident started inside. The lights had come on and as people were going out, a shoving match started with a couple of people. It couldn t have lasted anymo re than 15 seconds. Th e n ex t thing I know, I he a r all these gun shots coming from outsid e The first thing I look e d for we r e the polic e, and they g ot t h e ir qu i ckl y Tamp& Polic e D e p a rtm e nt s po kes p e r so n Andrea Davis, s a id a n o ffice r was in the mid s t o f the s h oo tin g and NOR VIS HEFLIN saw nothing because there were so many people Freddie Shellman, who has been a part of Club Manilla for decades, ERNEST EVERETT, III JAMARL PRINGLE said he was not at the club Monday night and that was intentional. Monday n i ghts are called Manill a Man Monda y but others call it Thug Night be cause of the patrons that come. Every Monda y close to 1 ,000 people come and last week, the Fire Marshal came by and didn t allow patrons t o enter becaus e capacity had al ready been met. Th e re we r e also 8 security people inside the club." Shellman said the large Monday night crowds have been commonplace for al most 20 years and this is the first time som e thing like this has happ ened. Th e crowd do esn' t gathe r until midni ght, and from there it just grow s said Shellman. D e t ec tiv es h a v e a nal yze d s u rve ill a n ce vid e o and h ave interviewe d witnesses. N o s u s p ec t inform a tion h as b ee n r e l ease d a t thi s time. Tampa Police reported that at 12:40 a. m. Wednesday, two men were sitting in their vehi cle in the parking lot of the Charpal's Lounge, 3711 East Busch Boulevard. Police said Justin Smith, 26, was in the driver's seat and Daniel Santiago, 19, was in the front passenger seat. Both had their doors According to the report, three armed Black males approached from behind Smith's vehicle with one of them pointing a gun at Smith, reportedly telling him to give up everything he had. A second suspect went to the passenger side of the vehicle and pointed a handgun at Santiago. Police said Smith gave one of the suspects money and was trying to remove his watch when he was struck in the mouth with the handgun. That caused the handgun to slip out of the suspect's hand and fall into Smith's lap. Smith reportedly picked up the firearm, and police said that's when another suspect shouted shoot them. Several shots were fired and Smith and Santiago were both shot in the leg All three suspects fled toward a vehicle described as a Nissan or Toyota, 4-door older model that was beat up and with a loud muffler. Smith and Santiago ran to the front of the lounge to get help, Tampa Fire Rescue re sponded and they were talized with non-life threatening injuries Th e s usp e ct s wer e d e scrib e d as on e with a light com pl ex ion and must a che, 6 feet tall and w eighing 180 pounds ; a second brown-skinned, 5 6 tall, and weighing 150 pounds with long dreads in a pon y tail and the third suspect was de scribed as dark complexioned 5 6 tall, and weighing 160 pounds. All three suspects were r e ported to be armed with handguns The investigation into the robbery and shootings is con tinuing. UNCLE SANDY It's true that 4, 7, 13, 16 when you smile 19, 23 26, 29 the entire world 32, 34, 38, 40 smiles with you 43, 46, 48, 52. DAMIEN TOWNES .... charged with seconddegree murder Tampa Police received a call at 9:50p.m. Wednesday of a domestic dispute in the 300 block area of East Wood lawn. CHARON SHAW ... shot to death.in a domestic dispute Waring later called 9-1-1 again, this time, operators heard her crying and scream ing Get your hands off me," police said. When officers arrived they found Shaw. 1\) 0 ...... ...... When officers arrived, they found a man laying in a yard at 315 East Woodlawn in the Robles Park Public Housing Complex. He had been shot nine times and was trans ported to Tampa General Hos pital where he was pronounced dead. According to reports, Leah Waring called 9-1-1 to report that she and Charon Shaw, 39, were involved in a domestic incident. Waring told police Shaw, her ex boyfriend, was outside her home. Homicide detectives were called to the scene where it was learned the new boyfriend and suspect, Damien Townes, was responsible for the shooting. Police arrested Townes, 33, charging him with second 0 degree murder. Shaw is the son of popular )> area bails bondsman, George en Shaw, who said he's only got-ten bits and pieces of what :! happened. BRIDGETT'S BAIL BONDS' 813-873-2200 Credit Available Collateral .Not Always Needed Fastest And Most Reliable Bondsman Anywhere 2604 W. Azeele St., Suite A. 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Organization Hosts Annual Costume Partv At USF On Friday, October 28th, Eternal Legendary Queens Inc., hosted their Annual Costume Party. The event took place at the University of South Florida. (Photographs by Toby Scott). Ivana Kirby, Arielle Banks, Chloe Jean, Ashley Kindred, Sheneka Georges, Tara Layton and Josie Joseph were in costume for the event. Emily Walker took a few moments from the party to strike a quick pose. DJ Def Jam kept everyone dancing with the latest \-,hits. Earnest, Alex and Ryan attended the annual event. Church Hosts Pastoral Appreciation Banquet On Friday October 281h, members of Bible-Based Fellowship Church of Temple Terrace hosted their Pastoral Appreciation Banquet. The event was held at the University of South Florida Marshall Center Ballroom. The Theme: "The Man Who Stands & Speaks Out The Truth," Scripture: "These Things Speak, And Exhort, And Rebuke With All Authority" Titus 2:15. The music was provided by Forte'. The dinner buffet included grilled Atlantic Salmon with dill sauce, tossed garden salad, lemon cake and iced tea. (Photographs by Toby Scott). Iris Metcalf, Pastor Earl B. Mason Sr.; and Kevin Williams were all smiles about the successful banquet. Tony Doby, Frances Doby, and .Jennifer Meningall were special guests of Pastor Mason. Lawrence White was among those who attended Pastoral Banquet honoring Pastor Earl Mason, Sr. Forte' band members Jamaal Andrews, Bradley Catron, Janice Renn, Veit, Charlie Bertini and David Bynes provided the music. Archie and Tanya Jerry dressed in African attire while Rudy and SkYna Young chose conventional black attire. Tammy Austin and Petra Roach had a great time. Laletrica Mathis and Gloria Britt looked simply elegant at the banquet. Nathan Westbrooks and Travis Wilson fellowshipped after the Pastoral Banquet.

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,.. look Who's Turning 2 I I '2012 You Dill' I I Happv Birthdav I I Thev Tried I < ZAYLEN, a.k.a., MELLO YELLO Wishing my Iii' man a happy 2nd birthday on 11-14. With many more to come Enjoy your day, Zay. Mommy loves you. 'DaddV'S Big Bov' ZAYLEN Happy 2nd birthday to my son, Zay. Have a good one boy. Love, daddy {Cedric). Happv Birthdav JANEA GRAVES Happy birthday to my favorite girl. Hope you enjoy your day. Love, Daddy Bear. LEON CHRISTOPHER Happy birthday, Leon Christopher. It's almost over. We love you. MS. CAMRIE JONES Happy birthday, sister Love, baby brother, Carrington, Jr. and favorite cousin, Jamiya. Happv Birthdav BIG MAURICE m 3: OJ m :II ..... ..... I\) 0 ..... ..... They tried to take my life from 5 me, but they'll never take my :!;! pride. C > en m z Happy 10th birthday to Miss Janea Graves. Janea will be celebrat ing With a big birthday bash with family and friends. Love mom {Asia), Tippy, l)estini, James and Lil Mann. :::! z m r OJ c: r r m :::! z "tt c: OJ r c;; % m c m < m JANEA GRAVES Happv Birthdav ToMe MISS IRENE Thank you Lord. God has kept me here another year. I made it because I am blessed. I release and let go. we love You ladv -4 c: m en c > z c :II c MS. IRENE, UL CEDDIE .Aitd CEDDIE B Son and son's-son wishing their favorite girl a happy birthday on November 10.
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r>irthdayS IBPPV Blrlhd8V It: w ID :::E w > 0 z >.;' ct c a: u.. look Who's Turning 5 KALIYAH PRESTON Happy birthday, Kaliyah. Love, mommy and daddy. DADDY, TAJA, SANARIAAndAHMADIA Lorraine Has Moved To A New Location 12909 N. 56th St Ste #1 04 (Off Fletcher) DREA Can t get it right? Still ain't right. Talk to me!!! SUSIE BECKER "soth and fly," Beautiful Diva. 'Mr. Will Throw It I took At Mv oaddv 1 YourWaV' HOMEY All I care about is money and the city that I'm from. I'm a sip it till I feel it, I'm a smoke it 'till it's done. And I don't really give a care and my excuse is that I'm young. And I'm only getting older, somebody should have told you. -I'm Homey. ROB Your one and only princess, Ms. Rhianna Cutler. Happy birthday, daddy. The Stunna Man JAMAL JACKSON, b.k.a., T.W.I.N. Free Jamal, a.k.a., Stunna Man Global South Entertainment for all my fans. You can hit me up on my website, Global South.Music.com or you can write me at Jamal Jackson, 193415 Apalachee C. I., 35 Apalachee Diive, Sneads, FL, 32460. Keep it real 1000, Twin and this from Go$$Getta, your better half all day!!! ROB Happy birthday to my lifetime partner, friend and baby daddy. Believe it or not, we still Love always, the first baby mother,' Ms. Tamika.

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All About You. Happv Blnhdav THE 24 FAMILY And HOMEY A 24 and zone 7 shout to that boy, Homey, who's turning a year older and wiser to the game. From, Niko, Woe and the rest. Free Woe. aomev, Lover, Friend .. .' LISHAAnd HOMEY Love is like a lump of gold, hard 2 get and hard 2 hold. Of all the women you ever met, you know you chose the very best. LISHAAnd HOMEY A special birthday wish from: DeeDee, Tuna, Bunny, Stevie, Funky and last, but not least, Sean. We love you Daddy. HIPPV 2nd Birthdav IMPRESS Happy 2nd birthday to our beautiful daughter, Impress Wright! Mami and daddy loves you and will help you celebrate at Chuck E. Cheese in Brandon .. MRs. THOMAS I thank God for another year that He has spared my life to see another birthday. I'm grateful and happy to know that I still have favor in God's eyesight. Happy birthday to me. LADITHOMAS We would like to wish our mother a special and blessed birthday. We love you mommy. Enjoy your day! Love, Ta'shai, Darryl, Ja'nariah and Angel. HIPPV Blrthdav ROBERT: I look good by myself, now picture me rolling ... We love you. From, momma, Tweety Bird and Antwan Hill plus the family. Let it do what it do!!! Love you, Nique. I do believe that God above created me for you to love. He chose me from all the rest, be cause he knew I would be the very best. HIPPV Binhdav Happy birthday. From, Lisha. SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS MR. And MRS. THOMAS To m y wife my every thing, I would lik e to wish you a happy birth da y I love you. Love, Tony. Charmaine 16014 40111 St Ste.l T 33610 "7ffff{,.f!J hlfiiiiJfln ;(,.cf.M nu fD lruJf "'J 1 fu,"' twtl< z 0 < m == tD m :u

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a: w m :!!: w > 0 z >"' < c living A New Standard Matthew s writing which is used for this week's lesson gives the believers an insight and instruction on how to treat people. God sets a clear standard and expectation for how the people of the body of Christ must carry themselves and respond to the situations of life. For some, living the life that is described in this text is difficult. Jesus opens this section b y addressing a law that was given by Moses. It was not His intent to say that the law was incorrect or should not be followed, but provide His > followers with a complete way of living. a: It was said an eye for a n u.. eye; but I tell you if someone C strikes you on the right cheek, ::i offer him the other side (vv. 38, 39). For many church a goers this is a difficult pill to en swallow. This really tests one's spiritual growth and de.,_ velopment. iJ: The message Jesus was w > w c w :I: en :::i m ::l D.. z i= w ...J ...J ::l trying to convey was that even when people do you hurt or harm, you do not have to seek revenge; God will fight for you. This does not suggest that you cannot defend your self; it only says you do not have to seek revenge on indi viduals. This next verse points to the value of material posses sions. H e says that if a person asks for your tunic, let him also have your cloak (vs. 40). The tunic i s an inner garment of their wardrobe and cloak is considered to b e the outer garment that pro tects the inner garment. Because people did not have a lar ge wardrobe, ke e p ing what they h ad was n eces sary. But when it comes to your service for God, these things are not worth fighting for. If that is what they want give it to them. Your life is more than the clothes you wear. It is better to please God than to hold on to stuff m ...J w z i= z w en BROWN MEMORIAL
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Loca -Si-st-er_s_, o-u-r F-r-ie-nd_s_' Host Thanksgiving Gathering The Needs Of women Veterans BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Mrs. Sheilah Youngblood and Mrs. Ola Abreu, founders of" our Sis ters, Our Friends, will be hosting a Thanksgiving gath. ering for everyone along with Rise Up Of The World Foundatiop. The event will be held November 2oth, 2 p. m., at the Ragan Park Center, 1200 East Lake Avenue. Mrs. Youngblood and Abreu said they are expecting even a larger crowd than last year s event. "No one will be denied, and all will be treated to live Gospel music as they dine on a Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings," said the sisters. Ola Abreu And Sheilah Youngblood. This is not the time for people to turn their backs on those less fortunate. It is up to all of us to give of our selves, even if we don't have that much." The sisters will be fund ing this year's event on their own, but do appreciate any donations to help them feed the large crowd that's ex pected. "We will provide transportation to those who need it, and no one will be denied no matter what they wear or the way they look," said Mrs. Youngblood. MOUNT PLEASANT-M.B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C.T. Kirkland, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-57-14 *Fax (813) 254-1441 E-mail: MtPieasantMB@aol.com Devotion By Mt. Pleasant Praise Team EARLY MORNING WORSHIP AT 7:45A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL* 9 :30A.M. MORNING WORSHIP -11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM-Family Series Hour (B.T.U.} 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study OR. C.T. KIRKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org "In these tough economic times, it's up to all of us to do what we can to help those who have nothing. If not for the Grace of God, many of us could be in their place." If you need transportation to this event, please call (813) 650-6160, or (83) 965-5117. GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School 9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a m Evening Worship 5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday7 :30 p.m. Visitors Are Wel come! FIRST BAPDST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress BlVd., Tampa, FL 33619 'Church Office : (813) 5n-1948 Pastor s Office : (813) 672 Academy Office : (813) 5n5988 Fax: ( 813) 672 -0514 E-Mail : fbcopv@tampabay .rr.com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor AdutVChildren Worship T imes 7 : 30A.M. & 10:55 A M 4 :J!:!!J1il!tllf .. Sunday -9:45 A.M. Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday-11 A.M. -Adult Wednesday7 P M Youth/ Children 7 : 30 P M Adult A Satellite Campus FQ( Bible Institute "Growing The ChLroh FQ( Global Change (Acts 1 : 8 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) -Set For Nov. 29 The Hillsborough County Commission on the Status of Women (COSW) will host a Women Veterans Forum on Tues day, Nov. 29, to identify and develop solutions to the unique challenges faced by women returning home from military serv ice. As the number of women in uniform active in ongoing con flicts continues to grow, so too does the need to address the vital issues of health. care, community reintegration, job assistance, and education. The Women Veterans Forum will be conducted at the Chil:dren's Board located at 1202 E. Palm Avenue, Tampa, from 10 a. m. to noon. The event is open to the public. Due to space lim itations, RSVPs are requested by Tuesday, Nov. 22 by calling 813-276-2640. _Meeting Highland Pines 1\) 0 ...... ...... The Highland Pines Neighborhood Association and Crime "T1 r Watch Group will be holding their next meeting on November 0 17th, 6:30 p. m. at the House. ::D Thanksgiving dinner will be served. Ms Betty Bell is President of the Highland Pines Neigh-en borhood Association. GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 ELDER THOMAS J. REED Pastor Early Morning Worship-8 AM Sunday School -9:30AM . Morning Worship -10:50 AM Bible Study, 7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 14801 N. 15th Street Lutz, FL 33549 Mailing Address P.O. Box 273757 Tampa, FL 33688 REV. DELORES JAMES CAIN, Pastor Sunday Morning Worship Services 7:45A.M. & 11 A.M. Sunday School-10 A.M. Mid-Week Worship Tuesday 7:00P.M. New Testament M. B. Church Of Thonotasassa, Inc. 11530 Walker Road Thonotosassa, FL 33592 REV. 986-3971 610-1252 Pastor Weekly Services: Sunday School 9:30A.M. Sun. Morning Worship* 11 A.M . Wed. Night: Youth Prayer Service And Bible Study Thurs. Night: Prayer Service -And Bible Study Saving The S inners And Educating The Believers I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who Strengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 :::! z m r m c: r r z "'tt c: m !: C/) :I: m c m < m ::D < -t c: m C/) c )> z c "T1 :!:! c

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,.... Black family on the passing of Neighbor I feel Something ries and well wishes from teachtheir mother, Sis. Alice Black-Coming Which Is The Glory Of ers, friends and family. November Celebrants Your former Sentinel Lady, Mrs. Iradean Biggs extends wishes for a very special person, Mrs. Martha H. Kennedy, who celebrated her 87th birth day on Nov 3, 2011. What a blessing. May the Lord continue to bless you with many more!! Happy birthday to the No vember celebrants: Jade Biggs (Lithonia, GA), Darrell "DJ" London, Larry Roberts, Althenia Jackson, Angel Mosley, Angela Murphy, Annie Jackson, Athelia Barnes, Barbara Hammond, Barbara Jean Little, Ted McNair, Bernice Johnson, Brian Cotton, Bruce E. Reid, Bruce Epps, Calvin Rucker, Carolyn Bethel, Celeste Debose, Crystal Watson, Daisy Ulmer, Darius Robinson, Dave Ziggler, C Deanna Carlton, Denitra :2 Rowley, Deonte' Ford, DonLL. ald Watson, C Kitchen, Emanuel Jones, Z Sr., Gabrielle Green, Geneva McClellan, Heather Cotton, Indigo Webley, C Jake Dorsey and Jamie ffi Driskell. ::: ..... it w > w c w l: tJ) ::J m ::J Q. Belated Birthdays Happy belated birthday to Mr. Francis Hanna, who cel ebrated his 86th birthda y on Oct. 26 with family. The venue was beautifully decorated; the afternoon was filled with laugh ter, games and delicious food Other October celebrants are: Diana Williams, Joshua Gloster, Teri Judge, Linda Copeland, Euguene Lott, Lakeishia Slaughter, Jackie Brown, Precious Hugger, Anthony Sapp and Osario Eggleston. Sick And Shut-Ins Let's keep the following in our prayers: Gwendolyn Small, Willie Mobley, Mozelle DeBose, Sabrina Porter, Ida Boykin, Rev. Isaiah Baity, Sr., Ben Plair, Sr., Vinnie Williams, Alice McCarty, Mane Benson, Ebony Major, Johnny Lawton, Terrell Wallace, Henry Sanders, Lydia McNeal and Beryl Wilson. Prayer Requests Pray for everyone: Eloise Leeks, Phyllis Akes, Mattie Mills, Archie Mae Wright, Marie Benson, Geneva Lucas, Odessa Roberts, Bert Graham, the Philon household, Essie Channey and O'Miller Kelsey. Sympathy The St. Matthew congrega tion extends sympathy to the z i= w ...J ...J ::J m ...J CHURCH DIRECTORY w z i= z w tJ) a: 0 ...J LL. m I co w CJ ------1:15am. IMii>nlnn WirsftiP.-----N----.. 11 a.m. semce, TUesdaY.-----1 p.m. .lllaoa BlbleludV, TUesday -&:81 pm. Bible. SlUdJ, TUesd&V---1 p.m. Ponder, who was funeralized God. Special remarks were given October 29, 2011. After a delicious dinner they by her first mentor and teacher Condolences to Mary traveled to Huntsville, GA, to of Progress Village (1966), Mrs. Turner, Eloise Griffin and spend the night with Andre' Marie Beard; Elizabeth family due to the loss of their and his family. They returned Gauldin of Carver, Wolff Ceosister's husband, .Sammie home on October 24 ter, early childhood (1970) and Vaugh of Griffin, GA. Alre' extended his visit with family members from Ft Valley, I extend condolences to Mrs. his mom, Eloise Griffin after Atlanta and Montezuma Beauty Pittman and family her retirement celebration. He A musical selection was done members due to the passing of continued his journey to help by Andre', "Just Want To her sister who lived in Quincy, serve our country. He has visPraise You "by M. Brown. FL. The funeral service was held ited Iraq, Qwait and other areas Eloise thanked all and November 5, 2011. where duty called, blessing our shared some experiences, May each of you seek the Armed Forces. telling the present and future Lord for comfort, guidance and Our special prayers for teachers you can touch students strength during this time of be-Michael Robinson, the son of if you take your job seriously, reavement. Roosevelt and Pearlie show care and compassion . Robinson who is serving in Eloise extended birthday New Saint Matthew M. B. Church On October 30, Rev. Alec Fitzgerald Hall, Pastor and members celebrated a glorious day with friends and family dur ing their mortgage burning cer emony. The whole day was filled with spiritual feelings. Church Anniversary Pastor Andre' A. Wright, and members celebrated the 4th Church Anniversary in Douglas, GA. Someone may ask, "Where is Douglas. GA?" It is where Andre' A. Wright is founder, pastor/teacher. The trip was taken by Eloise Griffin (his mom) and god mother, Ann Harris to share with Andre' his wife, girls and church family who arrived Oc tober 22nd. Attending service on Oct. 23, they were greeted with smiles and friendliness b y all. Pastor Wright's sermon was from HAGGAI, Chapter 2:7 Afghanistan. Also, Catrina greetings to her sister, Corhte Garza, and others serving our Daniely (Ft. Valley, GA), country. cousin, Aritha Scott (Tampa), Honori:Dg45 Years Of Service A Retirement Celebration was given to Eloise Griffin by her sons, Alre', Andre' and Frank on October 15, 2011. The celebration was in honor of 45 years (1966 2011) of service with the Hillsborough County School Board. The event was as follows: So cial Seating and Mingling; Wel come was given by Alre'. Mistress Of Ceremony -Preceida Richardson (god daughter) introduced the Guest Of Honor who was escorted by her sons. The Invocation was done by Pastor Andre' Wright of True Praise Baptist Church of Douglas, GA. After seating the Guest Of Honor, dinner was served. After dinner there was a slideshow presentation that re flected her school ye ars, memo-and niece, Meshia (Tampa). My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry For FREE Bibles and greet ing cards to Florida inmates, please write: My Brothers 2 Keep Ministry, P. 0. Box 89174, Tampa, FL, 33689-0402. Thought For Today "A thoughtful person is someone who thinks to do and then does it." F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 7419760 Let s keep President Barack Obama and his family in our daily prayers. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at her NEW number (813) ST. JO.HN CATHEDRAL 3107 E. Lake Ave; 24&4127 3401 Avennue,tamp:a; FL (Comer0f34th'st.&:25tfl uMIIII: : .._,, P(istor Weekly Activiti.es Sunday Church School 9 :30A.M Phone: (8l3) 248.;S737 Or (ffl3.) Fax; Sunday: Bishop Eddie Newkirt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE a :oo A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9 :45A.M. SUnday 10:45 Worship ServiCe (Youth Church 2nd And:3rd:Sundpys) Morning Worship 10:45 A.M Bible Class 4:3oP. M ,. 12:00 Noon lriteroe,ss6ry Meeting Prayerw/Bible Study ..._si_ble_s_tudy_ ----7 :30-P---l. Wednesday: S :30 P M Free Tutorial 6:45P.M. AduK&Youth Mid WeekSerVIce

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Future Miss B-CU Coronation was A Celebration Sund ay, October 9 2011 was a c e l ebration of pageantry. Fi v e y oung ladies competed for the title of "Fu ture Miss Bethune-Cookman University at the College Hill Conference Center. The members of the Hillsborough County Alumni Chapter sponsored the young ladies through the ef forts of their annual fundraiser. The chairpersons were Jacqueline Grant and Gina Petty Sanders. Ms. Sanders and Anthony DePass were Mis tress and Master of Ceremony. The invocation was given by Bro. John L. C. Douglas and Birdie Under.; wood extended the welcome. Alvira's Praise and Dance Ensemble of St. Luke AME Church performed under the direCtion of Christie Jacobs. The highlight of the evening began with the pro cession of the former queen Lady Kiana Burton, who was crowned in 2009. Th e cont estants, dressed in full len gth gowns, and their e s corts were introduced Th e first runner-up, Lady Marge' Jones was escorted by Roy Tolbert; second runner-up, Lady Mercedes Soto was es corted by Ja'Tavous Cummings; third runner-up Lady Jade Boone was es corted by A . Lee Gibson; and fourth runner-up, Lady Ronnice Duncan was es corted by George Messer. Future Miss B-CU 2011, Lady Alexis Wheatley was escorted by her brother, Anthony Wheatley. She is the daughter of Anthony and Miranda Wheatley. Her sponsors included Michelle Brundridge, Andra and Diane Diggs, Douglas, Molbert Scrivens, Charlesetta and Tavarre Simpson and Helen Young. (Photos by Sylvester Harris) A dance recital performed by Alvira's Praise and Dance Ensemble of St. Luke AME Church, under the direction of Christie Jacobs (B-CU Class of 1983). Little B-CU Buds (L-R): Tamari Brundrage, Julea Karnga and Deashia Christopher. M u sic w a s provided by Tom Robinson (B-CU 1979). Marlon Boone (B-CU 1995) gave a m usical tribute. m s:: IJJ m ::D ., r-0 :!;! c )> en m z ::! FutUre Miss B-CU is with her sponsors: President of the local chapter, Andra Diggs, ifi Diane Diggs, Helen Young, Anthony Wheatley (escort), Michelle Brundidege and Bro. John rL. C. Douglas. r r-3011 E North Bay Avenue Tampa, Florida 33610 (813) 238-43 39 Wednesday, November 9, 2011 7 :00p.m. Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church Plant City, Florida Rev. Henry Simmons, Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Helen Lewis Thursday, November 10, 2011 7:00p.m. First Institutional Missionary Baptist Church Lakeland, Florida Rev. Alex Harper, Sr. Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Sa leah Black Sunday,. November 13, 2011 8 :30a.m. Hour of Power Sermon: Minister Joshua Johnson 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon : Rev. Regina! T. Webb, Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Beverly Branton 3:00 p.m. Afternoon Worship First Baptist Church of West Tampa Tampa, Florida Rev. Rayford Harper, Pastor Mistress of Ceremony, Sis. Deandra Grier "Winning Souls for Christ, One Sinner at a Time" Sisterhood 2011 P r ogram Coordinators !!I z ., c m r-u; ::::t m c m < m -4 c m en c )> z c ., ::D c G) m CD I m

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---a: w m Job Fair And Small Business Expo Draws Large Crowd rfj On Thursday, October 27th, Florida House Representative Betty Reed hosted a Job Fair and Small Business Expo. The event took place at the Ragan Park > Community Center or Reagan Park Community Center. (Photographs by Toby Scott). 0 z >= < c a: LL c a: LL c Colleen Scharber and Jessica Vega, of Hi Tech (Hillsborough Technical Education Center) were ready to help those visiting the event find "Building Blocks To Successful Career." Thomas Mason and Bernard Williams attended the Z < c en w ::::) 1-w > w c w :I: en .::J m ::::) a. Z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J LL m I 0 ,... Walk-ins Welcome N. 34th Street ,-.... 288 Lovelle Weeks, Mark Langley and Tammy Fipps, founder of Advocate For Small Business Owners, share the belief that "There is nothing like being your own boss!" Dale West and Craig Horton, of Road Masters, were looking for some great drivers at the job fair. Lekeisha Ashizawa attended the Seantinae Pearson and Garrett Gibson were very job fair hoping to find clerical or cusoptimistic about their chances of obtaining a second tomer service work. interview.

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,... ,... a: w m ::!: w z a: LL c a: LL c z w c w J: en From Tonia Turner Casseroles are a family favorite and can be customized to suit your friends and families individual tastes. They are not just delicious, casseroles are great for breakfast, lunch or dinner and can be made in as little as 10 minutes or less And they are a great change of pace when you're looking to create a balanced, homemade meal. Sausage, Egg And Chile Casserole 1 pound bulk pork sausage 1 cup chopped celery 1 small onion, chopped 1 each green and red bell pepper, chopped 1 can chopped green chiles, undrained 8 slices firm white bread, cubed 4 eggs, beaten well 3 cups milk 1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup. 3 cups shredded mild Cheddar cheese DIRECTIONS: Cook sausage in skillet until browned. Add celery, onion and peppers and cook until tender. Stir in chiles. Place half of bread cubes in buttered 3-quart glass baking dish. Layer with sausage mixture andremaining bread cubes. Beat eggs and milk. Pour over all. Bake at 350F for 15 minutes. Spoon soup over top and sprinkle with cheese. Bake 45 minutes more or until hot. Southern Cornbread Turkev Pot Pie 1 can Cream of Chicken Soup 1/8 teaspoon pepper 2 cups cubed cooked turkey or chicken 1 can whole kernel corn, drained 1 can refrigerated cornbread twists a. z j::: w ...J ...J ::: m ...J w z j::: z w en C a: 0 ...J LL m I C\1 Eggs, Sausage Delicious RSh Aild The World's Tendnst GiZzards, Shrinp,5K;Ids Of Wings. With IWns & Del Sandwiches & r.b:h Much More. Mondays 8:00A.M P.M. A.M. :00 P.M. Closed DIRECTIONS: Mix soup, pepper, turkey and corn in saucepan and heat through. Pour into 9-:inch pie plate Separate cornbread into 8 pieces along perforations. (Do not unroll dough.) Top with hot turkey mixture. Bake at 425F for 15 minutes or until corn bread is done. Classic Tuna Noodle Casserole 1 can Condensed Cream of Celery Soup 1j2cupmilk 1 cup cooked peas 2 tablespoons chopped pimiento (optional) 2 cans tuna, drained and flaked 2 cups hot cooked medium egg noodles 2 tablespoons dry bread crumbs 1 tablespoon butter or margarine, melted DIRECTIONS: Mix soup, milk, peas, pimiento, tuna and noodles in 1-1/2-quart casserole. Bake at 400F for 20 minutes. Stir. Mix bread crumbs with butter. Sprinkle on top. Bake 5 minutes or until hot.

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f\ecipes :JJ 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 grated 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 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. Tonilla Casserole 1 cup coarsely crumbled tortilla chips 2 cups cubed cooked chicken 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 chopped green and red pepper Tortilla chips DIRECTIONS: Layer crumbled chips, chicken, corn and picante sauce In 1-quart casserole. Top with olives and cheese. Bake at 350F for 40 min. or until hot. Add peppers. Serve with chips. m m :JJ .... .... N 0 .... .... .... (A) I m

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,... ,... a: w Ill w z c a: LL c a: LL c z <( c en w t-ft w > w c w :I: en :J Ill a.. z w ...J ...J Ill ...J w z z w en a: 0 ...J LL Ill I ,... A lot of people will be trav eling during the upcoming holida y seasons Here are a few tips that will help keep you healthy while on the plane The Problem: Dry Cabin Air The low humidity in air plane cabins tends to dry out the sensitive mucus membranes in the upper airways where viruses and bacteria can take hold A Few Things You Might What To Do: Keep drinking (health y beverages, of course). Ide ally, have 8 ounces of water or fruit juice for each hour o f your trip Consider skipping drinks that may be made from air line tap water, such as coffee or tea. Also, ask for your drinks without iee when traveling from countries where water safety is questionable. Friendly Personal Care Most Insurance Plans Accepted Zero Down Payment Plans Available Flexible and Affordable Monthly Payments Family Discounts BRACES FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN William F. Marsh, DDS, PA Preferred Orthodonti_;;t For Over 30 Y ears Accepting New Patients, lnduding Children ANGELLA TOMLINSON, DOS, PA GAIL C MCDONALD, DOS, MPH Exams, Cleaning & Fillings Cosmetic (Bonding, Veneers) Crowns (Caps) & Bridges Partials & Dentures Extraction Implant Restorations Walk-Ins & Emergencies Welcome Most Insurance Accepted Senior Citizen Disrounts Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South OfW. Dr. MLK Blvd.) www.tomlinsondentalcare.com Take Care Of Your Feet And They Will Last A Lifetime! SHEEHY. ANKLE & FOOT CENTER Foot Pain Ankle Pain Diabetic Foot Care Laser Fungus Nail Paul L. Sheehy, Jr., DPM,PA Breath Odor Herbs. Fresh herbs like parsley, peppermint and spearmint, are nature' s ver sion of a dinner mint: The strong oils contained within them help to overpower nose-offending scents. If your bad breath just won't go away, see a dentist. Body Odor Citrus Fruits. Citrus, such as lemons and oranges can help limit musky smells that may be lingering on your skin. The acids in citrus fruits help flush water through your body And because cit rus contains fiber they move through your system slowly and flush out toxins that con tribute to body odors White Fish. Red meat is associated with bad body odor because it is more diffi cult for your body to digest. As the body breaks down the proteins in meat, your skin produces unpleasant odors. That doesn t happen when you digest fish. Foot Odor Apple Cider Vinegar. Apple cider vinegar kills bac teria and dries excess sweat, the two causes of foot odor. To remove foul odors from your fee t add a 112 cup of apple c id er vinegar to a quart of luk ewarm water and soak feet for 20 minutes; repeat twice a week, if necessary. Cornstarch. Cornstarch is a good fix for feet because the powder absorbs excess moisture and n e utrali zes o dor. Beat the stink b y sp rin kling cornstarch into your shoes when y ou get home. Tea. The tannic acids found in both green and black teas will help keep your feet dry, thus preventing the root of your foot odor prob lem: perspiration To help keep feet sweat-free make a pot of tea and pour it into a tub big enough to fit both feet in. Once it has cooled, soak feet for 10 minutes. Since the tannins in tea are less drying than the acids in vinegar, you can try this remedy once a day. Note : Tea leav e s may stain skin, b .ut a quick wash with soap and wate r will remov e discoloration. If you work in an office, then there are times when you're surrounded by sneez ing and sniffling people and you all breath the same air. While you may not be able to completely prevent colds and flu this time of year, practicing good hygiene and being ca'reful to avoid cold germs may help. Flu Shot. Getting a flu shot is a great way to protect yourself against flu viruses. Wash Your Hands. Simply washing your hands properly and frequently will help to get rid of cold germs you pick up from doorknobs, telephones, and keep them out of your body. Wipe Down Germs. Take some time when you clean up your office to wipe down germy areas light switches, doorknobs, telephones, your computer with a clean!ng product. Keep Your Hands Off Your Face. To prevent cold and flu viruses, don't touch your eyes, nose, or mouth with your hands. And encourage others not to touch their eyes, nose, or mouth with their hands -this is how germs get inside you to grow into an upper respira tory infection. That will also help prevent cold and flu viruses from spreading. Hydrate. General good health practices keep your body strong and ready to fend off cold germs and the flu virus. And that includes drinking plenty of water. Staying hydrated may boost a particular immune re sponse to enable your body to better fight the viruses. Work It Out. Exercise not only makes you feel great and helps you stay fit, but it also boosts your immune system and can help prevent cold and flu viruses from making you sick. And ward ing off extra weight is important for overall health, and particularly helps to prevent flu and cold viruses from in fecting you. Take Probiotics. Probi otics are "good" bacteria that can help keep the body healthy and protect it from "bad" bacteria-and there's even some thought that tak ing probiotics may help to prevent cqld and flu viruses. Make Friends With Hand Sanitizer. Realisti cally, you can't always get to a sink when you need to wash germs off of your hands. So keeping a bottle of hand sanitizer handy is a good idea to help disinfect hands and prevent flu and cold viruses. Eat Well. A healthy diet can strengthen your immune system -and belp you prevent flu and cold viruses from attacking. 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Health :JJ Foods That Help Your Bodv Fight Infections ; Whole Grains They're loaded with zinc, which is vital for maintaining a healthy immune system. Try whole-grain spaghetti with tomato sauce or brown rice with veggies. Bananas They contain vitamin B6, which helps your body fight infec tion. Eat your bananas sliced over whole-grain cereal and double your germ-busting power. Cayenne Pepper The active ingredient in the spice, cayenne pepper, beats congestion by thinning the mucus in your nasal passages so you can breathe freely again. Sprinkle some in soup or on a bean burrito Sweet Potatoes They re one of the best sources of beta-carotene (a form of vitamin A), which your body needs to make enough white blood cells to fight off infection. Eat them mashed or baked. Garlic Allicin, one of the active components in freshl y crushed garlic. It can zap viruses by blocking the en zymes that lead to infection. Use it in a Caesar salad, pesto sauce or guacamole. Chicken Soup A steaming bowl of chicken soup reduces mucus and facilitates coughing it up. And it seems that chicken soup is more effec tive at the job than hot water. To get the anti-inflamma tory and other health bene fits of produce too. Make chicken soup with vegetables rather than using store bought condensed soup or cooking with chicken alone. Green Tea Add fighting the flu to the long list of green tea's health benefits, which also include fighting cancer and heart disease and possible links to lowering cholesterol, burn ing fat, preventing diabetes and stroke, and staving off dementia. Green tea is high in "anti viral activity against in fluenza. While all kinds of tea are made from the same leaves, white and green teas contain higher levels of catechins-the flavonoids thought to be responsible for tea's antiviral propertiesthan oolong and black teas. Serranos; Poblanos And J alapefios Chiles/Peppers Spicy peppers don't just help clear your sinuses, they're also a great source of vitamin C, which "has been tested in influenza A and been shown to reduce the in cidence of pneumonia that comes with flu. The vitamin has antiviral properties and stimulates antibody produc tion. Not a chili-head? Sweet red bell peppers are also m packed with vitamin C, as are s:: guava, kiwi, oranges, green aJ m bell peppers, strawberries, lJ Brussels sprouts, cantaloupe, = and papaya. VitaminDRichFoods Vitamin D has been a hot topic in the news recently, with stories about the sun shine vitamin's many health benefits dovetailing with re ports that suggest that many of us don't get enough of it. Getting sufficient vitamin D can offer protection against swine flu-the vita min is believed to cause the production of antimicrobial "T1 substances in the body. 5 Eat penty of: Salmon, lJ Light Tuna ; Sardines, Milk, and Cereal which are all full en of Vitamin D. Remember ... you really are what you eat, so make sure you eat heathly. m z ::::! z m r aJ c: r r m ::::! z ., We're proud to be named Tampa Bay's Consumer Choice. c: aJ c CJ) ::I: m c m < We're honored you chose us. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be recognized with the 2011/2012 Consumer Choice Award:" For 6 consecutive years, TG H has been chosen as the overall leader for quality health care and image in Tampa Bay by those who matter most: the communities we serve. We'd like to thank our dedicated team of healthcare professionals for making this honor possible with their tireless commitment to quality patient care. To learn more about our services, visit tgh.org. Tampa General Hospital Trusted for our expertise. Chosen for our care ... survey r es u lts b ase d on an independent stud y cond u c t e d by N a tional R esea r c h Corporation. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c "T1 c ..... (11 I aJ

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,.... ,.... a: w m ::! w Fourth woman Accuses Cain 01 Reaching For Her Genitals > NEW 0 Z YORK-A >= < c a: LL fourth woman ac cused Republican presidential contender SHARON BIALEK Herman Cain on Monday of making an unwanted sexual advance against her, saying she wanted to provide "a face and a voice" to support other accusers who have so far re mained anonymous. "Come clean," Sharon Bialek challenged Cain, de manding he confess to any in appropriate behavior with her or other women. She is the first to go public with her al legations Cain's campaign instantly issued a denial. "All allega tions of harassment against Mr. Cain are false," it said. Fifth Woman Raises C Questions About a: Cain's Behavior LL C A former employee of the z United States Agency for Inc( ternational Development says Republican presidential C candidate Herman Cain ffi asked her to help arrange a dinner date for him with a fe-1-> a: w > w c w male audience member fol lowing a speech he delivered nine years ago. Donna Donella, 40, of Arlington, said the USAID paid Cain to deliver a speech to businessmen and women in Egypt in 2002, during which an Egyptian business woman in her 30s asked Cain a question. "And after the seminar was over," Donella told The Washington Examiner, "Cain came over to me and a colleague and said, Could you put me in touch with that lovely young lady who asked the question, so I can give her a more tho f ough answer over dinner?'" Donella, who no longer works for USAID, said they were suspicious of Cain's motives and declined to set up the date. Cain responded Then you and I can have din ner. That's when two female colleagues intervened and suggested they all go to din ner together, Donella said. Cain exhibited no inap propriate sexual behavior during the dinner, though he did order two $400 bottles of wine and stuck the women with the bill, she said. ,-... Supreme coon To look At life In Prison For Juveniles WASHINGTON The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether juve niles convicted of killing some one may be locked up for life with no chance of parole, a fol low-up to last year's ruling barring such sentences for teenagers whose crimes do not include killing. The justices will examine a pair of cases froin the South involving young killers who are serving life sentences for crimes they committed when they were 14. Both cases were brought by the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Ala. The insti tute said that life without pa role for children so young "is cruel and unusual" and vio lates the Constitution. The group says roughly six dozen people in 18 states are under life sentences and ineli gible for parQle for crimes they committed at 13 or 14. Nearlv Hall 01 Students In Grades 1-12 Targeted Bv Sexual Harassment NEW YORK During the 2010-11 school year, 48 per cent of students in grades 7-12 experienced some form of sexual harassment in person or electronically via texting, email and social media, ac cording to a major national survey being released Mon day by the American Associa tion of University Women. The harassers often thought they were being funny, but the consequences for their targets can be wrenching, according to the survey. Nearly a third of the victims said the harassment made them feel sick to their stomach, affected their study habits or fueled reluctance to go to school at all. Court Refuses To Hear Texas Death Case WASHINGTON The Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal from a Texas death row inmate who won a last-minute reprieve froin the high court in September. The justices on Monday turned away the appeal of Duane Buck, who wanted them to consider whether race played an improper role in his sentencing: Buck, who is black, was sentenced to death for the fatal shootings of his ex-girl friend and a man in her ,apartment in July1995 Five o t h e r Texas death row inmates received new pun-DUANE BUCK ishment hearings because of racially charged statements made during the sentencing phase. Each convict again was sen tenced to die. :::z:: 0 :::i (J An Important Message from Medicare m a.. z Iii ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL m I CD ,.... Open Enrollment is Earlier This Year. October 15th to December 7th Even if you are happy with your Medicare Plan, Open Enrollment is the time to compare what you have to all. the choices available next year. If you're happy with your current plan, stick with it. Or you might find a new one with better coverage, lower costs, or both. Be sure to check out all the benefits provided by the healthcare law. Most people with Medicare will get free cancer screenings, yearly wellness visits, preventive care and 50% off brand name prescription drugs when you're in the donut hole. This law also provides better fraud protection, making Medicare stronger. Visit us online to review your plan at medicare.gRY ,,. Call to get help from a trained Medicare ronr'Dl'D'Iiit-:ili learn where you can get help locally at 1-......... -..... (TIY 1-877-486-2048). Check your mail for the 2012 Medicare & You handbook to review available Medicare plans. I spend more than 100 nights on stage, performing from coast to coast. But each fall, I take a break from my busy schedule to review my Medicare. I might be able to save money, get better coverage or both."

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Salute to Veterans Shaw-NufTalk extends a belated salute to all Veterans who have served our country in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and National Guard. Thank you for the service that you have given to the families of the United States of Amer ica. May the Lord richly bless each of you. Let's remember to give thanks and props to our veterans, not just on Novem ber uth, but everyday! Public Forum Held On October 24th, the Lake land Branch-NAACP hosted a public forum at the Coleman Bush Center. A small crowd at tended, asking questions mostly related to jobs and the high cost/rate increase of elec tric utilities in Lakeland. The candidates who are running for the Northwest Dis trict seat are business owner and current Lakeland City Commissioner Phillip Walker, Ricky Shirah, a business owner and Christopher Dobson, a surgical technician. Candidates for the Northeast District seat are Elliot Dorsch, business owner and Keith Merritt, who is a 888.8metro8 metropcs.com local attorney. Happy Birthday To You Belated happy birthday wishes are extended to one of one of the Shaw-Nuf grand daughters, Kristasia Coby, of Lakeland, who celebrated her special day on (Nov. 6th) and to Lakeland gentlemen, Pastor Bobby Shaw (Nov. 7th), Minister Grant Elliott, of Clearwater, (Nov. 8th); and local businessman Larry Mitchell who celebrated his special day on Nov. 10th. Happy birthday wishes are extended to: Elder James E. Williams, III, of Tampa, (Nov. uth); Artis Dukes, Sr., and Sharon Moore, of Lake land, (Nov. 12th). Birthday wishes are also ex tended to: Shelton Faison, II, celebrating his Super 16th birthday on Nov. 13th; Pastor Sheila Green, of Auburndale, (Nov. 14th); Lakeland Gentle man Michael W. Johnson and Mother Christine Mack, of Clearwater, who will each celebrate another birth day on Nov. 15th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years oflife! Centennial Birthday Celebration To Be Held On Nov. 16th, Mother Lucille Bouges, of Lakeland, will celebrate 100 years of life! What a blessing! Her family is busy planning the celebration for this centennial occasion that will be held on Sat., Nov. 19th at the Lake Parker Gator Pavilion. Happy Birthday, Mother Bouges! May the Lord con tinue to bless you with many more years of life! Shaw-NufShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to Auburndale High School stu dents Mason Mills, Michael Shaw, II, and DeAudrick Stephens! Congratulations, Mason, Michael and DeAudrick on your recent accomplishment in earning a position to represent on the Auburndale Blood hound basketball team! Go, Hounds! Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-NufTalk wants to hear from you. Share news and/or photos of your celebra tions, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, fam ily reunions, civic groups, so cial clubs, religious 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. metroPCS. Elks lodge No. 318 To Sponsor Oratorical Contest ...... ...... BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW The Rose Heights Elks Lode No. 318 and Temple No. 217 of the Improved Benevo lent and Protective Order of Elks of the World (I.B.P.O.E. of W.) is making plans to sponsor its annual local Oratorical Con test on Saturday, February 25, 2012. For 109 years, the I.B.P.O.E. of W, a predomi nantly Black fraternal organi zation has focused on keeping the Lame of Learning Burning for Education, by as a steppingstone to people of the community, with a major em phasis on youth. All high school junior and senior students are encour aged and eligible to enter the oratorical contest. The student must prepare and memorize an oration that is between 6 an en m Z :::! z m r-aJ c: rrm ::! z Subject to change, limited time offer. Restrictions apply. You must have at least 4 active lines of service on one account to be eligible for promotional rate. See sales associate for quallfylngphones Included In this great offer. Plans include all features of $40 monthly service plan. Offer not available with all rate plans or all handsets. Calculated coverage of over 280 million population based on 201 0 Target Pro data. Coverage and services not available everywhere. Rates, services and features subject to change. MetroPCS service for personal use only. See store or metropcs.com tor details, coverage, handsets and Terms and Conditions of Service.

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,.... ,.... 0 C'\1 ,.... ,.... a: w m :lE w z > c a: LL c z 1-> a: w > w c w :::1: (/) :J m ::> Q, z i= w ..J ..J ::> m ..J w z i= z w (/) r-I r-.s .,z # .. . ::L.::3-::> ::JL II HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS No. 12-534-007 Title Services Sealed proposals for title services will be rece ived from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4100 George J. Bean Parkway, Suite 3311, Main Terminal 3rd Floor, Blue Side, Tampa, Florida 33607. Solicitation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport.com, Quick Links-Airport Business, Notice of Solicitations on Thursday, November 10, 2011. A MANDATORY Letter of Intent to Submit must be received by the Authority before 5 : 00 p.m., Tuesday, November 22, 2011. PUBLIC NOTICE OF UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE PRECLEARANCE SUBMITTAL CONCERNING REDISTRICTING OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SINGLE MEMBER VOTING DISTRICTS The School Board of Hillsborough County has submitted to the United States Attorney General a request for preclearance concerning the redistricting of the School Board of Hillsborough County Single Member Voting Districts. A copy of this submission is available for public inspection (and copying if requested). Public comments to the submission are invited for consideration of the Attorney General. Please contact: Hillsborough CountY Public Schools Raymond 0 Shelton School Administrative Center Office of Communications 901 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa Florida 33602, phone (813) 272-4060 if you wish to inspect or obtain copies of the preclearance submission inclusive of any copies of electronic or digital media or hard copies of the same that have been provided as part of the submittal. The submission is available for inspection at the School District's offices d uring normal business hours If you wish to submit comments to the United States Department of Justice, the address is: Chief Voting Section Civil Rights Division Room 7254 NWB, Department of Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington D.C 20530 or by calling 1-800-253-3931 The envelope and first page should be marked : Comment under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act. FOR RENT II Townhouse USF Area 2 Bedroom/1 Y2 Bath CHA, WDH $750 00/Monthly 1 Or 2 Bedroom Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 Wesley Chapel -Arthur Drive Spacious 3/2 Mobile Home CHA, WDH $950 00/Monthly $500. 00/Deposit Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168

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II INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Bids will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until: 3:00PM ON 11/16/11 HERBICIDES AND INSECTICIDES 2:30 PM ON 11/17/11 CITYWIDE BUILDING GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICES 3:00 PM ON 11/22/11 CANINE AND EQUINE FOOD AND SUPPLIES 2:30 PM ON 11/28/11 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF STANDBY AND PORTABLE GENERATORS PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 9:00AM ON 11/17/11 @CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 2ND FL., 306 E. JACKSON ST., TAMPA 3:00 PM ON 11/28/11 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF HVAC SYSTEMS FOR THE WATER DEPARTMENT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD@ 10:00 AM ON 11/15/11 @ DAVID L. TIPPIN WASTER TREATMENT PLANT, 7125.N. 30TH ST., TAMPA 2:30PM ON 11/29/11 MEDIANS AND PARKWAYS GROUNDS MAINTENANCE, LEVEL VI, NORTH OF 1-4 AND 1-275 PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 10:00 AM ON 11/17/11 @CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 2ND FL., 306 E. JACKSON ST., TAMPA 3:00 PM ON 11/30/11 FORD F-450 CAB & CHASSIS WITH CRANE BODY, SPEC. NO. 65-12 3:00 PM ON 12/5/11 METAL COATING APPLICATION AND REPAIR SERVICES AT HOWARD F. CURREN AWT PLANT PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 9:00 AM ON 11/22/11 @ HFC AWT PLANT, ADMIN. TRAINING RM., 2545 GUY VERGER BLVD., TAMPA then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/27 4-8351 ) It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 11/11/11 Gregory K. Spearman,CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing GET NOTICED ... Place Your. Ad In The Business Directory City of Tampa, 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 Contact LaVora @ (813) Fax. To: (813) 248 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com MBEIWBEIDBEs WANTED Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC (200 Colonial Center Parkway, Suite 200; Lake Mary, FL 32746; 407-562-4500) will be bidding the South County AWTP Expansion to 10 MGD Project (ITB-C-0008-0-2012/MK) project for Hillsborough County, FL Department of Procurement Services. Bid Date is December 6, 2011 @ 2:00 P.M. local time. Specific bidding opportunities are: Siteworklearthwork, Dewatering, precast piling, driven steel sheet piling, fencing, concrete paving, asphalt paving, precast concrete, Seeding and landscaping, formwork, rebar, masonry, structural steel, miscellaneous metals, finish carpentry, FRP fabrications, Dampproofing/fire caulking, metal roofing, steel doors/frames, FRP doors/frames, Wood doors, roll-up doors, hardware glass and glazing, stucco, gypsum board, ceramic tile, acoustical ceilings, painting, miscellaneous specialties, treatmeJlt plant equipment, window treatments, casework, metal buildings, security systems, hoists and cranes, plumbing and mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation. Please call Tim Clement (407-562-4656) with any questions or to get access to the plans and specifications. WE ENCOURAGE MBEIDBEIWBE PARTICIPATION and on a case-by-case basis, would be willing to discuss breaking down or combining elements of work into economically feasible units, and provide assistance in obtaining bonding or insurance and assistance with regard to equipment or joint pay agreements to secure loans suppliers, or letter of credit including waiving credit that is ordinarily required. We will endeavor to negotiate in good faith with any firms that request such breakdowns in order to facilitate participation. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CA-001606 HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR NOMURA ASSET ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION MORTGAGE PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-AF2 Plaintiff, vs. RAJESH BAHL, ET AL., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to the order resetting of Foreclosure entered in this cause by the County Court of Hillsborough County, Florida the property described as: LOT 3 BLOCK 37 OF HERITAGE ISLES PHASE 3B, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 90, PAGE 10, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash on November 28. 2011 at 2:00 P.M. at the George Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E. Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 Room 201/202 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN 2 (TWO) WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8n1. Dated this 28th day of October. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/ EBONY McCLENDON DEPUTY CLERK 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 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ANIMAL ABUSE INVESTIGATOR $31,512 CONSTRUCTION PERMIT TECHNICIAN I $26,332 CUSTODIAN (PART TIME) $8.70/HR EQUIPMENT MECHANIC I $29,036 EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Ill $24,876 LABORER $15,891 MASTER CONTROL OPERATOR $30,576 OFFICE ASSISTANT II (LIMITED DURATION) $24,752 PERSONAL CARE AIDE $19,822 SENIOR CREW LEADER (MOSQUITO & AQUATIC WEED CONTROL) $31, 512 TRADES HELPER $19,905 UTILITIES MAINTENANCE WORKER TRAINEE $19 905 See our web site at http://www.hccsb org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa! FL. 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::IJ II 9904 North Aster Avenue Apt#A 211 850 sa FT Only $675 WI H20 Available 11/4/11 Call Erick 813.376.8787 Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800.00/Monthly Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 41_ 5 East Forrest 211 $650.00 3405 North 34th Street 211 $600.00 402 W. Amelia 1/1 $500.00 Deposit $100 .00 No Criminal Or Eviction Records (813) 391-7046 Duplex 2 Bedroom /1 Bath, WDH Refurbished Kitchen Quiet Neighborhood Deposit Negotiable Section 8 No Deposit Call (813) 503-0493 West Tampa 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $500.00/Monthly Deposit Required 1st And Last Call (813) 324-0214 Or (813) 933-6825 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Washer/Dryer Hook-up $575.00/Monthly $500.00/Security Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 376-8664 II Move-In Special Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 477-7734 Tampa Heights 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH, CHA $600.00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Call (813) 778-1332 137th Avenue Near 20th Street Quiet 2 Bedroom With Washer And Dryer Water Included $650.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call 813-956-5607 0 Deposit Required Section 8 Only Newly Remodeled Tri-Plex 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Ready Immediately Clean & Beautiful Call (813) 917-4386 Near Fowler & Hwy 301 Spacious 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Laundry Room $550.00/Monthly W,S,G Included Section 8 OK Call (813) 968-1168 West Tampa Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Utility Room, WDH Near Busline And Downtown $675.00/Monthly (813) 223-5214 Or (813) 363-6444 Sulphur Springs Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $500.00/Monthly $300.00 Deposit Call {813) 503-5321 Tampa 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath $500.00/Monthly Deposit Required 1st And Last Call (863) 324-0214 Or (813) 933-6825 Duplex For Rent 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Newly Remodeled WID Hook-up Central A/C, Parking Near Everything Call (813) 546-7782 Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $100.00 Move-In Special 3, & 4 Bedroom CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 22nd/MLK Section 8 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex A/C, Heat, Carpet Burglar Bars Fenced-In Yard $650 00/Rent $650.00/Deposit (813) 886-6397 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Room For Rent Ybor Area A/C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $75.00/Deposit $100.00 And Up Per Week (813) 317-9872 Ybor Heights Large Furnished Rooms $120 .00-$140.00/Weekly Deposit Plus Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV, Laundry Single, Drug Free Must Be Employed Call (813) 247 -4724 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$100 00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 476-8748 Room For Rent Ybor Area A/C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Cailing Fans $75.00/Deposit $100.00 And Up Per Week (813) 317-9872 Seffner Room For Rent No Drugs CHA, Share Kitchen And Bath $130.00/Weekly Mr. Austin (813) 362-7618 Miss Sarah (813) 27D-4047 Furnished Room For Rent Central Air & Heat $110.00/Weekly $11 0.00/Deposit Negotiable No Smoking Or Drinking Allowed (813) 39fHl599 (813) 526-3082 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished, CHA WID, Cable All Utilities Paid Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120.00/Weekly Private Entrance {813) 478-1286 East Tampa Area Rooms For Rent Clean And Drug Free Please Call (813) 527-5012 Rooms For Rent In Quiet Building At 2913 North 15th. Street Tampa . Stop By Or Call Henry (813) 727-0151 Room For Rent Clean, Quiet Utilities/Cable Must Have Income $1 00 00/Weekly Call (863) 214-1191 Furnished Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat $100.00 Per Week No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 Move In Special University Area Any Size Room $100.00/Weekly $400 : 00 For One Month ONLY Single, Must Be Drug Free And Employed (81"3) 384-0387 Room For Rent In Nice Home 30 Years Of Age & Older Must Have Steady Income $1 00.00/Weekly $1 00 00/Deposit Jim (813) 237-1810 Beverly (813) 235-7934 Jeanette (813) 230-6776 BLICATION DEADLINES :ueS(]Iav Edition Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition -Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1-20 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad m 3: m m ::D N 0 ...... ...... ., r 0 ::D CJ) m z -t z m r m c: r r !!I z "tJ c: m r en ::::t m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c )> z c ., C ;g G) m N ...... I m

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Chervl Vickers Celebrates Her 50th Birthdav Recently, Cheryl Vickers and some 200 guests gathered at the Clarion Hot e l to celebrate her soth birthday. Guests were sharply dressed in. 1970s attire. Afros, jumpsuits, Foster Grant sunglasses, go-go boots and platform shoes drew laughs, while the sounds of LTD, Rick James, Lakeside, and various old school music filled the air. While enjoying finger foods family and friends gave Cheryl tributes and well wishes and ex press e d gratitude her being in their lives. (Photos by Tommy Birthday honoree Cheryl Vickers and her son, Terrell. Birthday party guest with the honoree, Cheryl Vickers are: Corletta, Verdell, Ruby, Melody, Brittany, Lecinda, Joann, Monica and Darlene. -Cheryl's uncle J. Rudy and Eric in T. and cousin, their '70s attire. Eric -Melody of New Jer-won the best dre_ssed sey. male contest. came over from Orlando for the party. These guests were Eartha, Donnie, Darlene, Missey and Tracy. Mike Hodges was one of the birthday party guests. Tammi, Ron, and Octavia dressed in their '70s attire. Kenney and Elonya at the birthday party. YOU MAY NOT BE IN IT FOR Jus t b eca use you've c h ose n th e pa th o f God ins t ea d o f th e m o n ey trail d oes n t m e an yo u sho uld f o r s ake your fin a n c i a l Tha t' s w h e r e we co m e in. '!; We'r e rvJ M BB. F o r ove r 100 yea r s we've been olfe ring inv e s tm e nt. r etirement and insurance 6enekts just for th ose w h o ser ve th e church. 6 o th ordaine d and lay. T o l ea rn m o r e a b out u s and our fin a n c ial produc ts. v i s it www. mmbb.org or call l -800-986-6222. MBB I s n't it tim e your m o n e y s t a rt e d w o rking a s h a rd as y o u ? REAL PLANNING, REAL SOLUTIONS. THAT'S OUR CALLING.

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