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SEE PAGE 3 VOL. 67 NO. 25 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2011 24 PAGES 75 Pastor Plans 25th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Thursdav SEE PAGE 8 NAACP To Host First Business Boot Camp SEE PAGE 7 Teen Jailed After loman Murdered: Man lniured SEE PAGE 2 DELTAS HOST 'STRENGTHENING OUR FUTURE, MOVING OUR KIDS' EVENT On November 5th, members of the Tampa Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority hosted "Strengthening Our Future, Moving Our Kids." The event took place at Howard W. Blake High School. Some of the activities incl uded relay races, a kickball tournament, healthy food samples and Dia betes Prevention & Control classes. Among those attending were: third row Joanell Lawson, South Florida State Coordinator ; Heddie Sumpter, Desmond Garcia, YMCA; Janette Spencer-Davis, President of Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta, Shani Davis, Event Coordinator; Wylinda McK night-Green, Shawnette Singleton and Jameka Taylo r Second row: Irene Pardo, Iris Medina, Sheila Correa, llian Ruiz, and Navia Dominguez, teacher and dance spon sor, Blake High School. First row: Lymyjah Baldwin left, and Tanzaniah Ralph, Orange Grove Middle Magnet School of the Arts dance team. The young ladies were participants in the Let's Move" Dance Competi t ion. (Photography by Toby Scott).

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features an ,... a: w m ::2: w > 0 z <( c CJ) w ::I 1-Familv Reaches Out To Communitv To Set Up Trust Fund For Kids BYGWENHAYES Sentinel Editor The family of a Tampa woman, who died suddenly on October 31, 2011, is reach ing out to the community to have a trust fund established for her 2 children, ages 8 years and newborn. Ms. Shannon Brooks, 33, was 8 months pregnant when she died. Although she was not known to have any serious medical problems, the family did not know that she had high blood pressure and a thyroid condition, nei ther of which could be prop erly treated during her pregnancy, a sister, Veronica Brooks, who lives in New York, said. According to Ms. MS. SHANNON BROOKS Funeral Home handling serv ices. Brooks, it was about 2 a m. < when Shannon's fiance c 0: heard a thump sound and Ms. Brooks has 2 daughters -Sydney, 8, who has returned to New York with her aunt and the new born, Summer, who is still hospitalized, fighting for her life as she lost oxygen for about 35 minutes, Veronica states. u. looked to see that she had C fallen out of bed. When he Veronica is reaching out to the Tampa community to assist with a trust fund for her sister's children. She can be reached via email at Yb.vfine@gmail.com, or by call ing 347-432-4826. z <( c CJ) w ::I 1-ffi > w c w :I: CJ) :::::i m ::I Q. z t= w ..J ..J ::I m checked on her, she was non responsive after CPR, and paramedics were summoned. Ms. Veronica Brooks says an exact cause of death has not been determined as toxi cology reports have not been completed. Ms. Brooks had been employed by St. Joseph's Hospital. Funeral services for Ms. Brooks were held on November 4, 2011, with Gudes Shannon was the youngest of 6 children. There are 2 other siblings of Shannon and Veronica who re side in Tampa -Nicole Brooks and Darryl Brooks. The siblings' par ents, Marlene and David, are deceased. 10MAS YOHO "Serving The CommunifJ Since 197 4 .. Call And Schedule Your Appointment Today!!! [8131623 Now Accepting Medicaid For Children & Adults Trial Of Man Accused Of Killing Police Officer Comes To End Members of the jury in the murder trial of a Tampa man may receive the case on Tuesday Defense attorneys representing Humberto Delgado, Jr., are expected to rest without Delgado tak ing the stand. A spokesperson for the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office said the jury may receive the case for deliberation on Tuesday or Wednesday. It took nearly four days, for prosecutors and the defense team to agree on the 12-member jury. The trial is being prosecuted as a death penalty case. The defense relied heav ily on Delgado's mental history in his defense. Delgado, 36, is accused of killing 38-year-old Tampa Police Cpl. Michael Roberts, in 2009. Teenager Arrested In Double Shooting, Homicide Plant City Police arrested 18-year-old Abel C. Dimas in connection with a murder and shooting that occurred Saturday morning. Police said at 8:48 a. m., officers responded to the Boo block of East Laura Street on a call of a shooting. When of ficers arrived, they found 51-year-old Laronia Fay Bowers and 59-year-old Edward Mincey with gunshot wounds to their upper body. Bowers and Mincey were transported to a local hospital, but Bowers later died. No information on Mincey's condition was re leased. Within minutes of the shooting, a police officer saw ABEL DIMAS ..... charged in shootings. a maroon SUV matching the description of the suspect ve hicle. A felony stop was made and contact was made with the occupants, one of them, Abel C. Dimas. LARONIA BOWERS ..... died after being shot Dimas was taken into custody on charges of sec ond-degree murder and attempted second-degree murder. He is being held without bond. Plant Citv Police Needs Help In Double Murder Plant City Police are con tinuing their investigation into the murder of two peo ple Saturday evening at 506 East Ohio Street On Saturday at 5:15p.m., officers were called to the above address to check on the welfare of an individual. When officers arrived, they were not successful in making contact with the res ident. They entered the home and found the bodies of two people. They appeared to have suffered fatal injuries, police said. The victims were identi fied as 59-year-old Faye Kitchen, and 33-year-old Shannon Thomas. Ms. Genether McClain, sister of Ms. Kitchen, said Ms. McClain was a native of Plant City and after graduating from high school she at tained an Associate in Sci ence degree in electronics. Ms. McClain said her sister worked for the phos phate industry and NASA for FAYE KITCHEN ..... found murdered in a Plant City Home. a number of years. "When the Space Shuttle Challenger blew up in 1986, they started laying off a lot of people, and she returned to Plant City where she per formed several different jobs. She was very creative and multi-talented. She wasn't very visible, but she had a group of people who loved being around her." Ms. Kitchen was the mother of three adult chil dren, and has two sisters. SHANNON THOMAS ..... found murdered in Plant City home. The family is waiting for the arrival of her children before any arrangements are made for a service. Ms. McClain said no one knew Shannon Thomas, and he and her sister were associates, not a couple. Detectives are looking for anyone who may have infor mation about this homicide. Anyone with information is asked to call Sergeant Jim Shultz at (813) 757-9200.

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Feature Crowd 01200 Share Ideas At'Stop The Violence' Task Force Meeting ERNEST CONEY, JR. Interim Director of the CDC ofTampa, Inc. and Organizer BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Within the last two weeks, four African American males have died from gunshot wounds. Additionally, seven others have survived shootings. Last Thursday, a capacity crowd gathered at the Chloe Coney Urban Center for a "Stop The Gang And Gun Violence" Task Force meeting. Ernest Coney, Jr., Interim Executive Director of the Corporation to Develop Communities of Tampa, Inc., (CDC of Tampa, Inc.), said, "We had a very diverse group of between 150 and 200 peo ple. The people came from all walks of life and it really went well. "We had some youths who came and were able to pro vide information from a different perspective. They talked about their issues such as other youths representing certain neighborhoods that cause a lot of confljct, certain songs that are played at parties that cause conflict, and some even admitted that they are afraid to go out into their own neighborhoods." He further stated that those in attendance then broke into smaller groups. Each group was asked to develop 3 focus areas for future attention. "We are going to compile that infor mation and get it back to the community within two weeks," he said. Coney decided to call the meeting to form a task force after 17-year-old John Singleton, Jr., was killed on October 29th, while attending a party. Singleton had participat-I All MURDERED I JAMARIE HODGES ... Murdered Nov. 6th ed in the organization's Youth Leadership Program for the past 3 years. At the time of his death, he was a junior at Tampa Bay Technical High School, and maintained a grade point average of 2.98 with honors and college prep classes. Singleton was also the Historian for the CDC of Tampa Youth Leadership Club (Teens). In addition to Singleton, Hipolito Padilla, III, 25, was killed on November 5th, during a robbery; Jamarie Hodges, 16, was killed in front of his home attempting to help a friend; and 39-year-old Charon Shaw died on November 9th, dur ing a domestic dispute. Each group submitted its topics and some of those included: Providing a database of programs or organizations that are working in East Tampa; create a parent empowerment website; pro vide educational materials and resources for parents; create an East Tampa Parent Empowerment face book page; host an action oriented forum which brings together parents and service CHARON SHAW ... Murdered Nov. 9th providers; develop outreach plan to get the parents involved; have a Parent Hotline"; and persuade churches and secular organizations to participate in "Adopt a Family" Mentors for parents. The next meeting date has not been announced Separate Meeting Called Earlier During an earlier meeting on Wednesday afternoon, a different group of people from the community met with Chief Jane Castor, Major Gerald Honeywell, Captain Diane Hobdy-Burney, and Sgt. Kenny Norris. Some of the representatives included Ms. Tonya Lewis, Ms. Candy Lowe, Rev. Antonio Hawkins, Ralph Smith, Rev. Keith McDonald, and Lubin Evans. During the meeting, the group outlined no jobs, budget cuts in schools, parks programs, guns, and drop money in the community as problems. (Photographs by Cherylene Levy) DORETHA EDGECOMB ... Hillsborough County School Board Chairperson attended JULIANNE HOLT ... Hillsborough County Public Defender attended DELONTA MUHAMMED .. M's --Men Mento ring Male Minds attended Saadic Sherrod, Ross Anderson, and Michael House of Men of Vision, Inc., attended the meeting. ACCID News Alert: The Aorida Law States That You May Be EntiUed To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care . Service Support and Help from the boglnnlnQ to the otnd. Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-4200 Available 24 Hours A Day /7 Days A Week Michelle B Patty Inc. c: m (/) c z m s: []J m JJ ., r 0 JJ (/) m z :::! z m r I []J c: r r m :::! z

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-editorials/Columns .,; -a: w ID :::!!: w > 0 z >=' ic( c en w ::l t-c a: u.. FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN (USPS 202-140) 2207 21st Avenue, Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248 -1921 Publ i shed Every Tuesday and Friday By FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co., Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid At Tampa, FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-2o1o (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C. BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELLS-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptions-$44.G0-6 Months Both Editions: $87.00-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers, do not necessarily reflect the editori al stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Right, Wrong And local Politics No wonder our children are confused in the class< room. All they need to do is read the morning news. Take, for instance, Hillsborough County's curie ous history of county commissioners behaving-badly. ffi Alongside comments of dignity, integrity, honesty, and ::l loyalty loom words like bribery, corruption, profiteert-ing, prison, bold-face lying with addition of a new ij: term, "throwing people under the bus." Indeed, it would seem at every turn, what Lord W Acton said about power -"power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely" -would fit too many %: of our local and state politicos like a Sym's suit on Sun-day. m Wielding power while sitting on such boards as the Planning Commission, Sports Authority, HARTline z Board seems for too many of our politicians, a "School fii for Scandal" are enough. And our children are watch....1 ingit all. S We wonder, will there ever be a day when HillsboID rough County politics will not be sullied by fools and ...I buffoons? w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...I u.. Now, more than ever, we must teach our children right from wrong. Gov. Scon And Ethics: Right Word, Wrong Momentum A wise man once said, "If you would ever make sense of your world, you must first define your terms." Perhaps, Florida Tea-Partiers would have done well to listen to that wise man' s words before they cast their lot with Governor Rick Scott as far as his stand o n ethics was concerned. Tea-Partiers didn't listen. And now they're stuck. During his campaign, Rick Scott was a ball of fire, aiming his $8o million juggernaut at what he said were "Tallahassee insiders," promising on his puppy's grave that he would do and undo our state capitol's ethical morass. That was months ago. As of now, almost everything Governor Rick has done or tded to do has been undone or severely revised by court and constitutional decisions. Take, for instance, his "Order #t, which halted all new rules and regulations at executive state agencies." A state court suspended it. What about "Order #2, forcing verification of immigration status for all state workers and workers employed by private companies that do business with Florida?" Federal rules modified ..,. w it. And what about "Order #4, which would reaffirm (!) the governor's promise to be diversity-conscious?" As (f yet, it has been found unconscious. Rap Music Is Degrading There are those who sing the praise of rap music and rappers daily. Rap music has done a marvelous job of turning some young people into mil lionaires. There are some rappers who are doing some good things for the needy. For this, they are to be ap plauded and thanked. In spite of this, most rap music is bad for our children and our society In most cases, rap music is bad. It is usually vulgar, degrading and advocates violence The music even advocates break ing the law and doing things that are not in the best inter est of children. Rappers call our women whores, bitches and other similar degrading names. The n-word is used freely and in a very degrading manner. Rappers spew vulgarity throughout their songs like an erupting volcano spews out hot lava. There is almost no subject on earth that is filthy and de grading that children who listen to rap music aren't exposed to. I use the term music very lightly in referring to the junk rappers are mak ing millions of dollars off of. I would dare say that rap music plays a large role in causing our children to commit crimes, disrespect au thority and disrespect our women. I am convinced that what ever is positive about rappers and rap music is oversha-Where Is Anuolail No, not Angola, Africa, nor Angola, Missis sippi! Instead, I'm talking about Angola, Florida. Archeologists, researchers and educators have been digging along the Man atee River in hopes of finding the remains of an early 18th century maroon community of former slaves and Semi nole Indians. Said to be one of the most significant historical sites in Florida, if not he United States, by historian Canter Brown, the Angola community caught the atten tion of historians and arche ologists in 1945. The Angola settlement was named after the region in West Africa from which the residents were brought. Brown indic a ted that find ing Angola was important be cause the settlement illustrated the role Florida played as a refuge for run away slaves a nd their courage to get and keep their freedom. The Angola settlement of about "750 people thrived from 1812 until 1821 when a Lower Creek Indian war party, possibly at the behest of Gen. Andrew Jackson, looted and burned" all of the homes in the area. When General Jackson became Florida's first provi sional governor, he chal lenged the freedom of Angola's residents and or dered the destruction of the settlement. Only 250 residents were captured, while the remain ing Angolans escaped to other parts of Florida or fled to South Florida and took ca noes and boats to the Bahamas where some of their descendants li v e toda y The Angolans fought alongside the British during the War of 1812 and fought in two wars alongside Semi noles against the United States. Notes left by explor ers as well as oral histories, newspaper articles, and land title claims filed before the dowed by the degrading and wrongful things that it does. Ifl had young children today, most rap music would be off limits to my children. To add to that, I read al most daily where rappers go to jail for drugs, guns and tax evasions. Are these people and their music what we want as role models for our children? I should think not. In reality, our children de serve better. Not all rappers and rap music is bad, just most of it. It would be a good thing if parents and guardians screen the rap music their children are allowed to listen to. That so called gangsta rap should be off limits This stuff is bad for chil dren. It teaches them un wholesome habits. Any rapper who doesn't clean up his music should be boy cotted. After all, our children are still our future. We want them to be wholesome, moral and good citizens. United States took posses sion of Florida from Spain document the existence of the Angola settlement. The area is referred to as Negro Point on old maps of the area. Both Red Stick Creek and Seminole Indians lived in Angola. "Looking for Angola: The Search for an 18oo's Black Settlement," a multi-discipli nary research project, is cur rently scouring between 150-200 acres along the Manatee River and hosts an interesting website where you can find more informa tion on the project. In fact, researchers be lieve a connection exists be tween residents of Angola and Black Seminoles who es tablished a settlement on An dros Island which was also called "Red Bays, about the same time the Angolans es caped the destruction of their community Sarasota resident, Vickie Oldham, is also director of the Looking for Angola Project deserves much of the credit for bringing the exis tence of Angola to the atten tion of researchers in 1990 while producing a documen tary on African Americans in Sarasota. Harambee! Perhaps, Governor Scott should review the words of political writer Charles E. Sprading. He explains, "Ethical right is largely abstract [whereas] legal right is mostly concrete. Ethical right and legal right mutually exclude each other. Where one prevails, the other cannot endure. One is founded on power, on might [while] the other is founded on justice and equality. One appeals to the sword to settle matters, [while ] the other appeals to the judgment ofthe People." And then there is Governor Scott's ethics, which seems to appeal to nothing more than an undefined promise. Which do you choose?

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Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Energy and money are flow ing, and travel could be in the forecast. Pad the time around ticketing and reservations, and buy early for the best price. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-You're in charge and taking care of business. All kinds of windows open. Accept guidance, take on more leadership. Watch for hidden agendas. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Instructions could be contradictory. Let your partner drive. Work out directions to gether, and get advice when needed. Take the high road. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Buckle up and get ready for a roller-coaster day of productivity, even when confronta tions arise. Focus on the goal and solve problems with ease. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)-Do the work with loving support and succeed. Expand your territory. You've got the connections. Understand what they need, and provide it. Aries (March 21-April19)-Home is where your heart is, so use your energy to build something there. Simple actions add up. No need for anything drastic. Take a pretty walk. Taurus (April2o-May 20) -Your family helps you make your dreams come true. Your work is earning admiration. Explore and study. Keep practicing, and be persistent. Gemini (May 21-June 21)-Money doesn't bring happi ness (although it seems like such a relief). Find satisfaction in love and compassion. That's your real wealth. Share resources. Cancer (June 22-July 22)-You're out of your shell, at ease and comfortable. You've got a secret that you're itching to tell, but not yet. Wait for romance and travel, too. Soon enough. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) -If you focus on the limitations, that's what you will get. Among the clouds there are openings and opportunities. Use your intuition like a compass. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)-You're becoming more pop ular. Things seem to be coming back into balance. Don't start before you're ready, and don't spend beyond the budget. Think. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Go ahead and consider a ca reer in public service, or at least participate in your community at a deeper level. Listen to someone who tells the truth. soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Thomas and Hope share an intimate moment; Katie calls Steffy out on her manipulative actions, and Liam tries to intervene; Ridge and Brooke have op posing viewpoints about Thomas and Hope's budding relation ship. Bill and Nick pressure Jackie into merging Jackie M with Spencer Publications; Stephanie worries about Pam's mental stability, and Pam unleashes years of harbored resentment to ward her sister; Nick receives a tempting offer from a secret ad mirer. Jackie and Stephanie declare themselves rivals again; Ridge reaches out to Thomas in hopes that they might set aside their differences; Nick gets the surprise while in the steam room; Pam confesses to Jackie and Nick her recent woes. DAYS OF OUR LIVES-The search is on for a missing Johnny as Sami blames John and EJ blames himself; a shamed John decides to plead guilty, despite Marlena's wishes; Daniel tells Jennifer he saw her kissing Jack. Johnny's kidnapping brings Sami and EJ comfort from unlikely sources and shows Brady a different side to Madison; Roman, Rafe and EJ pursue a lead about a boy resembling Johnny; Kate questions EJ about Stefano's possible involvement in John's shooting. Sami lashes out at Marlena; Quinn offers Nicole help through his under world connections; Roman's investigation leads to a devastat ing discovery; Jennifer becomes enraged by Jack's assumptions about their relationship. Sami lashes out at Marlena; Quinn of fers Nicole help through his underworld connections; Roman's investigation leads to a devastating discovery; Jennifer be comes enraged by Jack's assumptions about their relationship. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Lucky gets a churchyard mes sage; Mac questions Patrick and Robin; Sonny and Luke have a deep heart-to-heart. Steve and Matt exchange quixotic words; Sam tries to avoid telling Spinelli what haunts her; Lucky awak ens from a dream. Luke and his conscience discuss his psycho logical scars; Ethan addresses Laura's portrait and discovers a ghostly glow; there's more drama for Sonny. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Natalie's wedding to Brody is under way, and someone speaks up when the minister asks if anyone knows just cause why these two should not be married; things take a dramatic turn when Tina finally arrives at the wedding. Rex comes face-to-face with the woman he thought he lost; Ford realizes he's falling for Jess, not Tess; a couple say "I do." Nigel is discovered unconscious; Blair and Tomas bask in the afterglow YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS -Avery advises Nick to come clean; Ronan entices Phyllis with a deal. Ronan confronts Victor with disturbing evidence; Billy gets help from an unlikely source .. Jill and Victoria face danger in Myanmar; Sofia is sur prised by Neil's question. Jesse and Barbara Dean with relative Carl Bagley, Jr. from Hartford, Connecticut, attended a holiday dance presented hy The Charmettes. 5 ::rJ en m z m r-Ill c rr-z 1J c ttl r-c;; ::I: m c m < m c m en 0 )> z 0 ::rJ

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Local R usiness c! East Tampa Group Discusses Serious Issues BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter On last Tuesday, the East Tampa Community Revital ization Partnership (ETCRP) group held its monthly meet ing at the Ragan Park Com munity Center. ETCRP Chair, Essie Sims opened the meeting by introducing the new Public Safety Sub-Committee Chair person, Frankie Jones, and announcing that former ETCRP Chair, Evangeline Best would assume the posi tion as Sub-Committee chair for Health, Education, and Social Services. There was also discus sions about adopting the East Tampa II Weed and Seed Ini tiative in collaboration with the ETCRP Public Safety Sub-committee. "What I'd like to do is spearhead the creation of teen programs geared toward ESSIE SIMS, JR. .. ETCRP Chair stopping the violence," said Sims. "I want to adopt an out reach group as part of the public safety sub-committee to deal with youth only. We have got to find. a solution to the outbreak of all the vio lence that continues to ter rorize our communities." In the past two weeks, there have been three murders, and early Tuesday morning, five people were wounded when a gunman opened fire in the parking lot of Club Manilla. "It is these kind of inci dents that stress the impor tance and necessity of action being taken," said Sims. "The only way to solve this problem is for everyone to be a part ofthe solution, includ ing the youth themselves." Absent from the meeting was East Tampa Development Manager, Ed Johnson, but that didn't stop someone in attendance from raising the issue of the pro posed roundabout for 22nd Street. The issue raised sur rounded the negative feed back of the roundabouts on 401 h Street and the purpose they serve. It was suggested roundabouts only add aes thetic beauty to an area, and aren't really functional. State Rep. Files Bill Restricting Shackles Of Pregnant Inmates BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor During this legislative ses sion, State Representative Betty Reed (DTampa) reintroduced legislation that would apply humane rules for the shackling of pregnant women in incarceration in Florida. House Bill 367, filed recently by Representative Reed, would put new policy in place in Florida regarding the restraint of incarcerated pregnant women. When introduced last year, the bill died in early May just before obtaining a final vote. However, Rep. Reed said she is ready to once again get the bill passed. In 2010, the State of Florida earned an "F" grade in a report compiled by the Rebecca Project for Human Rights Entitled "Mothers Be-REP. BETIY REED hind Bars: A State-By-State report card and analysis of federal policies on conditions of confinement for pregnant and parenting women and the effect on their children." The report reviewed the treatment of incarcerated pregnant women. .. t;Ju. U+ If the bill had passed dur ing the last session, it would have put into place a policy specifically tailored for the restraint of incarcerated pregnant women in Florida. Rep. Reed said she was surprised the bill didn't pass during the last session, con sidering that several anti abortion bills were given priority during the session. "I thought that was the perfect time. They said they were going to protect babies and I was hoping they would protect women, too. Rep. Reed further said she does not support criminal behavior of women. How ever, she believes that they should receive humane treat ment during pregnancy and delivery. "We're not telling the Department of Correc tions how to do their job. This is a humane issue," she said. Companv.Makes Large In-Kind Donation To HBCU Left to right: Stanley Pritchett, the President of Morris Brown College and John F. Carter, CEO of Carter Brothers, LLC, the largest minority provider of :fire & life safety, access control and video with a specialization in project management headquartered in Atlanta, GA has partnered with Morris Brown College. Carter Brothers will donate products, goods, and services to Morris Brown to enhance the safety c }< z 0 < m s: m m ::0 N 0 .... .... of the current facilities being utilized by students and faculty. "TI Morris Brown is an HBCU institution dedicated to academic r excellence and achievement dating back to its founding in 0 t88t. Through its unique construction-style project manage-> ment delivery model, the firm has provided systems and en services to campuses around the country including Georgia m Institute of Technology, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine and Kennesaw State University. John z Carter and his brother, former NFL star, Cris Carter own the m company. r m c: r NAACP Empowerment Center To Host Business Tax Boot Camp r m =:! z c: m r u; :::t m c m < m BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, November 19th, the Hillsborough County Branch of the NAACP will host its first "Business Tax Boot Camp 101." It will take place at the NAACP Branch Office, 308 E. Dr. M. L. King, Jr., Blvd., Suite "C," from 9 a.m. untilu a.m. The purpose of the event is to help small businesses prepare for the upcoming 2012 income tax season. Ms. Sharon Niblack, Empow erment Center Manager and Facilitator, said, "This is the first time we have hosted this event. It's a workshop for business to get ready for 2012. "We hope to get vendors and entrepreneurs from the entire county .tQ .. attend the workshop to ask questions and get their taxes prepared. We are telling them to get their receipts out of the bag and into the book." Ms. Niblack said this new initiative will help them to become prepared so that they can submit applications MS. SHARON NIBLACK NAACP Empowerment Center Manager for loans, grants, and other financial opportunities. A certified public ac countant will be in atten dance to answer questions from the business commu nity. She further stated that the workshop is free and open to the public. She further stated that seating is limited and suggest that those planning to attend RSVP early. -4 c: m CJ) c > z c "TI ::0 c For additional informa tion, contact Ms: Niblack at (813) 234-8683, or by email at thee3o8@yahoo.com. -...J

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-r--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Letter To The editor Local a: w m ::!: w > 0 z >= <( A Crv For Our Children As we look around m our own backyard, "The Tampa from my ears, nor will the re ality of that day ever be erased from my mind. C Bay Area," our streets are ffi filled with violence, corruption, greed, sexual immorality and he has an assignment to destroy our Black men, to rob them of their future, to steal their dreams, to destroy their self-esteem and ultimately to kill them. If the enemy de stroys our Black men, then the women are left without their "seed" to reproduce! As I stood with the strength of God, to preach Byron's eulogy before a crowd of over 2,000 people, the majority consisting of our youth, who could not hide the anger and pain from their faces of the untimely death of their friend, I knew then that God had chosen me for a great assignment to be transparent with my own testimony in order to reach out to a generthat needed answers to be restored spiritually. .... d . l an spmtua apostasy. Parents are losing their children to senseless and untimely deaths; wives are losing their husbands to the prison sys tems, leaving our young Black boys and girls fatherless. Statistics show that Black males make up 57 percent of the high school dropout popu lation and that 6 out of 10 Black males who drop out of school will end up incarcer ated. Something has to be done to change this reality. I as well as other spiritual leaders, community activist and parents are crying out for the violence to cease in our City and for our Black men to be healed; forgive and live a righteous life so their lives may be long upon this earth. Our women are choosing their men and the street life of clubbing over raising their children and giving them the motherly nourishment that they need to prepare them for success in society. Instead of leaving a legacy behind, we are leaving a generational curse that keeps overtaking our race. Somewhere, we are missing the mark; our chil dren are being raised without a strong foundation because the foundation has a crack in c a: it! I am familiar with the life of growing up in the 'hood, not having a father figure and liv ing in the midst of drugs, crime and poverty. As a child I lived in over 3 housing proj ects and grew up with both parents on drugs, but I made up in my mind as a young girl that I would not become a product of my environment. You do not have to become what you see, but you take what you see and determine within yourself that you will do better than this! Out of the 2,000 present over soo souls gave their lives to the Lord that day, some who remain active members of my church. But here it is a little over a year later and his tory continues to repeat itself with violence in our streets taking the lives of our chil dren. I make a plea to the adults first, to take a stand and be an example of righteous ness to our young people. Fa thers, your sons need you in order to validate them as a man. They need to hear you say "I love you" and to see you doing the right thing! Love will cover a multitude of sins and faults. LL. c z a: w > w c w ::z:: en ::i m z .... .... ::;) m .... w z i= z w en
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Local Hillsborough Communitv Mass Choir Has 20th Anniversarv HILLSBOROUGH COMMUNITY MASS CHOIR BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor Hillsborough Community Mass Choir, under the lead ership of musician Robert Rice, is celebrating its an niversary this month as a gospel group for 20 'consecu tive' years. As a young man, Rice began recruiting vocalists for the Hillsborough Commu nity Mass Choir. That was in 1984. He had worked for the Boys and Girls Club and started a choir that was the inspiration for the mass choir. He searched for vocalists who "loved the Lord and wanted to utilize the talents and gifts bestowed to them by the Father," he says. The choir first unveiled its talents at a concert in Plant City, their first concert. Their first anniversary cele bration was at St. James AME Church, Progress Vil lage. In 1989, the choir experi enced some outside attacks and dismantled for 2 years. Rice knew that the Lord had placed this mission on his heart and he continued to pray and submit his plea be fore God to restore the min istry. The choir was reorgan ized in 1991, thus the 20-year celebration in 2011. As a renewed choir, their first con cert was in 1991 and the group purchased their first choir robes in 1992. The 39-member choir ranges in age from 16 years old to 84 years of age. Mrs. Willie Gardner, 84, is "our wardrobe mistress. She keeps the ladies in line about their dress and the type of jewelry to wear." Over the years, the choir has been blessed with re sources and talent from within the Tampa Bay area Among the churches and pastors/ministers and musi cians who have served with the choir are: Oakhill M. B. Church, Rev. H. E. Herman, St. James AME Church, (the late) Rev. Francisco Rodriguez, Northside M. B. Church, Rev. Jacob Jordan, Rev. Wallace Bowers of St. Mary MB Church, Tommy Jordan, Anthony "Butch" Pryor, Ben Gordon, Johnnie Watts, Robert Wright, Dorthenia Jackson, Arthur "BoBo" Godwin, Priceda and Tarsha Harris, Willie Green, (the late) Rev. James Cobb of Mt. Herman, Revs. Roland Oliver and Gregory Robinson (former pastors of Faith Temple), Pastor Williams of True Hope, among others. The choir's current musi-COLLEGE HILL COGIC : :_.-\ (6414 North 30th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 /813) ; : Saturday, December 3rd @ 7:00pm Featuring: College Hill Teenage Choir, Children's Choir & Choir #1 & The College Hill Mass Choir cian is Taylor Solomon and Rice is the Executive Di rector. Rice, a 23-year employee with the Hillsborough County School District, is a member of Bethany M. B. Church, Palm River. He is the musician for Macedonia M. B. Church, Thonotosassa, New Progress and Greater Bethel M. B. Church. He is also the musician for the Don Thompson/Howard W. Blake Alumni Choir. The choir's pre-anniver sary program was Sunday at New Progress. The anniver sary service is November 20th at New First Union 3:30 p.m. Meet And Greet For Girls In &-12th Grades c !< z 0 < m s: m m lJ ..... jJ1 1\) The Tampa Bay Chapter of The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. will host a Meet and Greet for its Career Exploration Program for girls enrolled in grades 6-12 on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011, at 10 a. m. The event will be held at Re-Birth Mis sionary Baptist Church, 1924 E. Comanche Ave., Tampa. The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. is seriously concerned about the future of young African American teenagers in this county. In particular, there is concern about the impact that drug abuse, premarital sex, and teen violence has on this group of young ladies. As a result, the Tampa Bay Chapter has established Career Exploration, a lead-0 ..... ership development pro-..... gram that is designed to teach young ladies in grades 6-12 about financial literacy, self-esteem, educational goals, career opportunities, personal development and how to cope with challenging social issues. The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women is an ad vocacy organization that ad vocates on behalf of women of color through national and local action and strategic alliances that promote its national and international agendas on leadership de velopment and on gender equity in health, education and economic development. For more information on 0 the Career Exploration Pro-gram visit the website at, )> www.nc10obwtampabay.org en and follow us on Face book. ::! z m r-m c: r rm ::! z "tJ c: m l en :::t m c m < m lJ < -1 c: m en c )> z c

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Lt) i St. Peter Claver Fall Gala Is Successful Event :E w The St. Peter Claver Catholic School Fall Gala was held z Saturday, October 29th at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club. (Photos by Toby Scott) c a: u. c z < c en w ::> > a: w > w c w %: en m ::> c. z i= w ..J ..J ::> m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. 0 ..-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins and Evelyn and Tai Igbinosun were among the guests. James and Joanna Toklcy were among the guests Joseph and Maxine Bodden supported the Fall Gala. Cameron Williams. Yvonne Nellum. Delia Sylla attended the Fall Gala. The St. Peter Claver 2011 honorees are: Patrick OiBrien, Andy Hillman, Joe Capitano, Ray Morganti, Warren Wiltshire and Jorge A. Vera. They were honored for their volunteer services at St. Peter Claver Catholic School. Margaretta Carrington and Bernadette Guillory. Karen Humphries with her daughter Jada Humphries. Fred and Alex Braithwaithe were also guests.

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Local FYI Student Hit Bv Car Remains In Critical Condition A traffic accident on Sat urday has left a twelve-year old girl hospitalized in critical condition. The child was struck by a vehicle as she attempted to cross a Hillsborough County intersection. According to the Hills borough County Sheriffs Office, Mikayla Wiles, of Gibsonton, was attempting to cross Big Bend Road near Heritage Greens Parkway around 10 a.m., Saturday As she attempted to cross the street, a 2010 Nissan Altima, driven by Ms. Nicole R. Troupe, 36, of Riverview, struck the child. Ms. Troupe was not in jured. The child was thrown 70 feet on impact and was air lifted to Tampa General Hospital, where she remains in critical condition. The child's mother was nearby when the accident occurred, police said. Detectives are continuing their investigation, but no charges have been filed. Women Anend Fundraiser For President Barack Obama On Thursday, October 27, 2011, several people in the Tampa Bay area attended a "Support President Obama Re-Election Fundraiser Campaign" at the Davis Island home of host and hostess, Joel and Shannon Cantor. The guests were very excited to see First Lady Michelle Obama as she greeted them in the pool area of the home. She delivered a very inspirational appeal to re-elect President Barack Obama in the upcoming election. Among those in attendance: left to right, Clemmie Perry, Edith Randolph, Betty L. Kinsey, Ernestine Rance, Christine Young, Deborah D. Larry and Carolyn Collins. New Pharmacv Holds Grand Opening BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Being a pharmacist came natural for KiKi Sawyerr. Her mother, Abi Okusanya, and her brother are pharma cists, and they all feel it's important to give back to their community. KiKi Sawyerr and her family will held a grand open ing ceremony to announce the opening of Orange Bay Specialty Pharmacy, 4625 North Nebraska Avenue (cor ner of Nebraska and Curtis) at the beginning of the month. Ms. Sawyerr said the family decided to open their own pharmacy, because that was the best way they could help their community. "My mother had previ ously worked at one of the Wal-Mart pharmacy loca tions. "If there is one thing I've learned as a pharmacist, it's you get to meet people and talk to them about health is sues that can be very benefi cial to their overall health. It's more than just dispensing medicine. When you see peo ple living a healthy life, it's re warding. You really have to be a people person." Ms. Sawyerr said a usual day at the pharmacy in volves them trying to catch up on refills, contacting doc tors, and dealing with insur ance problems. "We also spend a lot of time talking with our cus tomers to determine what their needs are. "Working in a family owned business is more re warding, and affords us the opportunity to add a more personal touch. "We moved to our cur rently location from the office on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. We wanted a larger building that would allow us to have more prod ucts and medical supplies. We're also incorporating a lot of the old time remedies." Ms. Sawyerr said their motto is: "The Art and Sci ence of Better Health." They also offer free pick-up and delivery along with other spe cials. Fall Festival c }< z 0 Tabernacle of Hope will have its Community Fall Festival on Saturday, No vember 19, 2011, at its new location, 301 N. Rome Ave. (Rome and North 'B' St.). The festival will be held 10 a. =: m. -2 p m. and will have lots of activities and givea ways. OJ m lJ ...... N 0 .... .... Middleton High Class Of 1958 The Middleton High School Class of 1958 will meet Friday, November 18, 2011 at 5:30 p. m. at the Police Sub-Station, 3808 N. 22nd St. All class members are en couraged to attend. 5'h Annual Black Diamond Awards "T1 r-0 lJ The 2011 NAACP Free dom Fund Banquet hosted by the Hillsborough County Branch, will be held Thurs day, December 15, 2011, at Mainsail Suites Conference Center, 5108 Eisenhower Blvd. (Tampa 3363 4). The r e c e ption is at 6 p. m and dinn e r i s at 7 p. m. Thi s yea r s th e m e is "NAACP: Affirming Amer ica's Promise Bridging Our Past To Our Future." Stephanie R. Brazell is the committee chair and Dr. Carolyn Collins is the Branch President. For additional information, please call (813) 2 34-8683 or (813) 344-4119. c > en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z ""C c: OJ c NAACP Freedom Fund Banquet en :I: m c m < m lJ -< The 5th Annual Black Dia mond Awards will be held Saturday February 11, 2011, 5=45 p. m. at the Don Thomp son Performing Arts Center on the campus of Howard W. Blake High School. Mt Pleasant Middle School hosts the annual event, which is a fundraiser to offset operational costs and an opportunity to recog nize the achievements of African American in Hills-borough County who made rn outstanding contributions C during the 2011 year. :!:( Visit the school's website > to nominate your choice in 13 different categories: "T1 www.mpmiddleschool.net. lJ The deadline for voting is C Friday, January 6, 2012. Fi-:!:( nalists for each category will be announced in January, 2012. Fish Crabs Shrimp Fresh & Smoked Mullet Snapper Sheap Head Live Blue Crabs

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..... ANi tOut La Ochi Jamerican Stvle w IXl :!: w > 0 z >0 Cf) w :::::> ..... 0 a: LL 0 z 0 Cf) w :::::> ..... > a: w > w 0 w :I: Cf) ...J IXl :::::> a.. z i= w ...J ...J :::::> IXl ...J w z i= z w Cf) 0 a: 0 ...J LL N ..... La Ochi Island Night in Ybor is a Jamerican affair at Little Ochi with Islanders participating in the Jamerican twist affair. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Lamar and Tia w ere also there for the evening. Enhanced Website Karaoke Night On The Eastside Karaoke is getting to be a popular sport on the East side of Tampa. This group enter tained each other with their fa vorite song at a recent gathering. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Cassie Bryant also enjoyed the live entertainment. Meetings Linda Burgman and Mr. Wallace. Sharon Davis, Dwyane Jones and Gail Gantt enjoyed the karaoke night. Kevin sings his favorite tune, while DJ Smooth helps Ms. Diva look for her favorite song. NAACP To Hold Monthly General Membership Meeting Members of the Hillsbor ough County Branch of the NAACP will hold their monthly General Membership Meeting. The meeting will take place on Thursday, November 17th, 7 p.m., at the Covenant Baptist Church, 4610 E. Hanna Avenue. Anyone with any concerns are encouraged to attend the meeting. During the meeting, those in attendance will dis cuss community issues and concerns. For questions, con-East Tampa Group To Hold Meeting On Tuesday, November 15th at 11 a. m., the East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership (ETCRP) will hold their By-Laws Committee meeting at 3101 North 34th Street. tact the Branch Office at 813234-:8683, or visit the website at www.hillsboroughnaacp.Q.[g. Dr. Carolyn H. Collins is the Branch President; Rev. Jay Jackson is the Religious Affairs Chairman; and Ms. Pat Spencer is the Branch Secretary. J:st Us CJfelp rou! Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Mediator #13102 F Family Law Divorce Custody Child Support Wdls Probate Guardianship CJJarhara 'I' 'Wine "'bomas, P.c.A. c.Attorneys at .(gw 501 East Kennedy Blvd., Tampa (813) 221-1200 Licensed since 19n

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c Purple Passion Hosts 1st Annual Halloween Costume Ball 0 Purple Passion hosted the first annual Halloween Costume Ball at the Elks Hall. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Purple Passion hostess, Vaulardene Rouse. Supporting the ladies of Purple Passion were Audrey Judge and Elks Ruler, Elgin Franklin, dressed as a sheik. Cat Lady, Meray Simpson. Also attending the Purple Passion Masquerade Ball were Bonnie and James Dukes. Enjoying the costume event were Jean and Isaac Gant. Audrey Dawson enjoyed the evening with Purple Passion. :5: tD m :I] ...... U1 1\) 0 ...... ...... G) m DJ, J-Rock and First Lady Felicia celebrating ...... It's true, 'blonds do have more fun!' These ladies are Sheila, Virginia and Nadine. "The Lady in Blue" is also known as Cynthia Brady. with Purple Passion. W

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' -, ................. .. _,.._ ...... _,.. ..... ...... ........ ,.. -:t ..-w CJ Tampa Bav coach Raheem Morris Takes Blame In Bucs' 31-9 To Houston RAHEEM MORRIS Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Raheem Morris took the blame after a blowout loss, and promised changes are on the way. "Terrible game," Morris said. "We started the game just like we finished it. Poor job by myself. I refuse to believe that our guys are that bad, so it has to be my fault." The Texans (7-3) extended their winning streak while playing without star receiver Andre Johnson to four consecutive games. The Bucs (4-5) have lost three straight and four of five following a 3-1 start. Kansas Citv Rovals Donate S1DK To Negro League Museum mony on July 30, 2006 in Cooperstown, New York. KANSAS CITY, Mo. The Kansas City Royals have donated $10,000 to the Negro League Baseball Museum in support of a Buck O'Neil centennial cel ebration. The museum is attempting to raise $10o,ooo for the museum and the future Buck O'Neil Education and Research Center, named after the late Negro League star who would have cele brated his woth birthday on Sunday. O'Neil, who died in 2006, spent most of his career with the Kansas City Monarchs. He later became the first Black coach in the major league when the Chicago Cubs hired him in 1962. 2011 Buccaneer Schedule PRESEASON August 12 @ Chiefs 25-0 W August 18 Patriots 14-31 L August 27 Dolphins 17-13 W September 1 @ Redskins 24-29 L REGULAR SEASON September 11 Lions 20-27 L September 18 @ Vikings 24-20 W September 25 Falcons 16-13 W October 3 Colts 24-17 W October 9 @ 49ers 3-48 L October 16 Saints 26-20 W October 23 Bears 18-24 L October 30 Bye November 6 @ Saints 16-27 L November 13 Texans 9-37 L November 20 @ Packers 1 :00 P.M. November 27 @ Titans 1 :00 P.M. December 4 Panthers 1:00 P.M. December 11 @ Jaguars 1 :00 P.M. December 17 Cowboys 8:00P.M. December 24 @ Panthers 1:00 P.M. January 1 @ Falcons 1 :00 P.M. Muhammad Ali AnendsJoe Frazier's Funeral MUHAMMAD ALI Muhammad Ali went to Philadelphia for the funeral of Joe Frazier. A spokesperson, handling funeral details for the Frazier family, said that Ali arrived in Philadelphia on Sunday, and attended Monday's services. Frazier was the first man to beat Muhammad Ali, knocking him down and taking a decision in the socalled Fight of the Century in 1971. He would go on to lose two more fights to Ali. Illinois' Henrv Out For Season With Gunshot wound TRULON HENRY ST. LOUIS Illinois line backer Trulon Henry will miss the rest of the regular season after he was shot in the hand during a shooting at a large house party near campus hours. Coach Ron Zook said on Sunday the incident happened after the slumping Illini lost their fourth game in a row. Henry had surgery Sunday to repair the injury. Henry was not attending the gathering but "being the leader that he is" only went to there to clear out the other players after learning the get-together was "getting a little crazy, Zook said. The loss of Henry -a 27year-old senior and two-year starter who last year played safety could compound the troubles for Illinois (6-4, 2-4 Big Ten). The Illini lost 31-14 to Michigan on Saturday. sundav Rallv Falls Just Shon For Tiger At Australian Open Tiger watches a birdie try just miss during the final round of the Australian Open. Tiger Woods made a strong, final-day charge but came up just short Sunday in the Emirates Australian Open at The Lakes Golf Club in Sydney, Australia. Woods, who began the final round at 6-under, six strokes behind leader John Senden, closed with a sunder-par 67 and finished third, two strokes behind winner Greg Chalmers. Tiger Finally Gets Endorsement For Bag SYDNEY-Tiger Woods has another corporate endorsement, this one to fill the void on his golf bag. In a deal announced Thursday, Woods signed an exclusive endorsement deal with Fuse Science; Inc., a Florida-based sports nutrition company. This comes five weeks after the 14-time major champion became an endorsement ambassador for Rolex. The significance of his deal with Fuel Science is that it finally gives Woods an endorsement for his golf bag. Behind his Nike TW hat, the bag is the biggest billboard for Woods for as much TV times that he gets at golf tournaments. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Stephon Marburv: Michael Jordan Is A 'Fake' And 'Sellout' Stephan Marbury has been surprisingly on point. All the way back in January, for example, the former NBA All-Star now playing in China was one of the first to publicly predict that the NBA pla ye rs would "cave." 10 months later, the National Basketball Players Association has reportedly offered billions of dollars worth of concessions without obtaining a single improvement to the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Marbury took to Twitter to address another lockout hot topic: NBA legend and current Charlotte Bobcats STEPHON MARBURY owner Michael Jordan's role as a hard-liner in these negotiations. Marbury, as per usual, minced no words. Micheal Fake Jordan is a sell out. #Period. He forgot which hole he came out of. I said it "Stephan X Marbury.

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Lucky fan to receive spe cial upgrades and lifetime tickets to the annual showdown-Orlando, FL Game offi cials are preparing for the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida Classic between Florida A&M University and Bethune-Cookman University, and it is possible that a special milestone may be reached at this yearis edition of the nationis top HBCU Classic. Should the game reach an attendance mark of 63,200, the one-millionth fan of the game since it went to Orlando in 1997 will walk through the gates of Florida Citrus Bowl Stadium. Heading into this yearis 32nd overall edition of the ganie, 936,8oo fans have attended the game in its 14 previous years in Orlando. Game officials expect to hit the 1,ooo,ooo mark this year based on current ticket sales projections combined with an annual attendance average of nearly 67 ,000. Kidnapped Baseball Plaver Thankful To Be Alive Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos, left, shakes hands with Venezuela's Justice Minister Tareck El Aissami at the end of a news conference at Judicial Police headquarters in Valencia, Venezuela. Ramos' kidnapping ordeal ended after two days when police commandos rescued him in a flurry of gunfire. VALENCIA, VENEZUELA His eyes te aring up with emo tion Washington Nationals catcher Wilson Ramos embraced his rescuers Saturday and said he had wondered whether he would survive a two-day kidnapping ordeal that ended when commandos swept into his captors' mountain hideout. Ramos said that he was thankful to be alive. The authorities were still searching for at least four Colombian men who escaped during the rescue, Tareck El Aissami said. Ramos, 24, was seized at gunpoint outside his family's home Wednesday night and whisked away in an SUV. It was the first known kidnapping of a Major League Baseball player in Venezuela El Aissami said investigators' first break in the case came when they found the kidnappers' stolen SUV. Once investigators thought they had found the general area where Ramos might be, President Hugo Chavez personally authorized an aeri al search mission and teams also set out on foot in the mountainous area, El Aissami said. He said the teams searc hed most of the day on Friday and finally came upon the remote house where Ramos was being held. The two-day search involved about 200 police and National Guard troops as well as helicopters. CHARLES SCOTT JR. BATON ROUGE, La. Charles Scott Jr., a running back at LSU from 2006 through 2009, is accused of rape. The Ascension Parish Sheriffs Office says he was arrested early Sunday after a disturbance at his home and was charged with rape Sunday afternoon. The 23-year-old is accused of raping an 18-year-old woman at his home in the Baton Rouge suburb of Prairieville. Scott graduated from LSU with 2,317 yards rushing. He was drafted in 2010 by the Philadelphia Eagles, who traded him to Arizona for another sixth-round pick. The Cardinals cut him in September 2010. Mannv Pacquiao Escapes With A Decision over Marquez Manny Pacquiao, right, of the Philippines, hits Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez during a WBO welterweight title fight in Las Vegas. LAS VEGAS -Manny Pacquiao was taken to the limit Saturday night before escaping with a majority decision win over Juan Manuel Marquez in their welterweight title fight. Pacquiao won on two scorecards, while the third ringside judge had it a draw. It was a narrow escape for the Filipino congressman, who took as much punishment as he got over 12 rounds. The third fight between the two was as close as the previ ous two, and by the time they finished 12 arounds the outcome was still in doubt. Pacquiao won some rounds with sheer agression, while Marquez won others with brilliant counterpunching, keeping Pacquiao from get ting inside. JESSICA During this festive time of year, it's always good to bring you a Beauty Unlimited feature you've raved about. Jessica is once again being feature, and this young lady enjoys posing for the camera, modeling, and being wherever the action is. Jessica is a fascinating woman of many talents, and her career will speak for her determination when she reaches the level of success she wants. When it comes to the man in her life, Jessica said he must be a self-made man who can understand what it takes to reach top, and what to do once he gets there. Congratulations to Jessica as this week's Seauty feature. If you're Interested In being In the Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight, please send your information and photo, includ ing a contact number to: lcrews@flsentinel.com. "It's That Time AGAIN!" 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ntertainment Erick Sermon suners a Heart Anack, In Stable Condition Gavle King To Host CBS Morning Show Lt) Nia long Gives Birth To Her ,... Second Son, Kez sundav Udoka :iE w z c en w ::) .... LOS ANGELES It's another bo y for Nia Long. A rep for the 41-year-old actress says Long gave birth last Monday to son, Kez Sunday Udoka. Kez is the first child for Long and Ime U doka. Long has a 10-year-old son, Massai, from a previous rela tionship. Long's credits include the films "Soul Food," "Love Jones" and "Big Momma's House" and TV shows such as "Boston Legal," "Judging Amy" and "The Fresh Prince of BelAir." NIALONG Funeral Planned For Heavv o At Historic Church MOUNT VERNON, NYA private funeral for rap lege end Heavy D will be held at a historic black Baptist church in a northern suburb z of New York City. <( Grace Baptist Church of Mount Vernon announced Friday that the funeral for w Heavy D had been scheduled for Nov 18. The New York-born rapW per died at a Los Angeles > hospital Tuesday after colw C lapsing outside his home He w was44. Dwight Arrington :::i Myer was the titular mem her of Heavy D and the a. Boyz, which had hits with Z "Now That We Found Love i= "Who'stheMan"and "Somew -1 body for Me." _. ::l Grace Baptist Church's D website says its congregation _. w z i= z w en ( 0 _. u.. CD ,... HEAVYD was founded by five black women in 1888 GAYLE KING Gayle King, the OWN host and BFF of Oprah Winfrey, may soon be tak ing her TV hosting duties to new heights. Early reports are saying that King, along with Charlie Rose, will be joining CBS's The Early Show as co hosts. The morning news show, which has forever trailed NBC's Today and ABC's Good Morning America in the ratings is said to be get ting a complete makeover in 2012. King currently has a morning show on OWN. Diddv, Viacom Must Cough Up $15M over 'Making The Band' lawsuit DIDDY Diddy's Bad Boy Records and media conglomerate Viacorn have agreed to fork over $7 5 million dollars to settle a lawsuit over the M1V series Making The Band A bankruptcy judge awarded the hefty sum to the bankruptcy trustee of Trans Continent a l Television Pro ductions founded by Lou Pearlman. Pearlman starred in the inaugural sea son of Making The Band when the format was geared towards forming the next great boy band. The first two seasons aired on ABC before transitioning to MIV when Diddy took over the helm changing the search to a hip hop group. Following his removal from the show, Pearlman's end soured and he was con victed of a huge Ponzi scheme in 2008. Trans Con tinental then filed for Chap ter 11 bankruptcy. The company's lawyer filed a breach of contract lawsuit last year, claiming that they were cut out of profits for the series' final seasons. Eric Sermon is the latest rapper to endure health problems after suffering a heart attack. News of Sermon's health scare broke on Twitter when his close friend, DJ Scratch wrote, "Erick Sermon had a heart attack today. He's ok, but still send your prayers. He is not on Twitter Sermon, 42, is one half of the legendary New York group EPMD along with Parrish Smith who rose to fame in the late 1980s with their debut album "Stricly Business." ERIC SERMON The hip-hop community has been hit hard when it comes to rappers and their health. Kardashian, Williams wrap Shooting On Tvler Perrv Film VANESSA WILLIAMS And KIM KARDASHIAN That's a wrap for Kim Kardashian! The reality star was spotted jetting out of Atlanta earl y Saturday morning with co-star Vanessa Williams after wrapping up her scenes in Tyler Perry's "The Marriage Counselor." Kardashian, who re cently filed for divorce from Kris Humphries, has tried to keep a low profile since returning early from an Australian press trip. Before heading down to Georgia for the film, Kardashian was spotted at Humphries' home in Min nesota, where the couple reportedly met to talk about their relationship. lil wavne And Young Monev launching Prepaid Discover YOUNG MONEY CREW Lil Wayne's label is mov ing forward with plans to re lease a line of credit cards. Young Money Entertainment has announced plans to release the Young Money Prepaid Discover Card that can be purchased online. The concept for the Young Money Card was developed by Horace Madison, founder of Madison Strategic Integration and business manager for Lil Wayne and Young Money, along with card-veteran Buddy Smith. 'Wayne wants to keep it simple and sleek but load it with benefit s that are mean ingful to Young Money card holders."

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Shaw, -1 Man Pleads Guiltv In Shooting 01 Four Teenagers ID m :a A man involved in the shooting of four teenagers last year in Progress Village pleaded guilty Monday to at tempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder and aggra vated battery Landrick Edwards, 21, was sentenced to 28 months in prison and five years of proba tion. Last year, deputies said an ongoing argument between two groups erupted into gun fire in the 8200 block of Alla manda Avenue. Four teenagers between the ages of 13 and 16 were wounded in the March 31, 2010 shootings. None of their injuries were life threat-National Cain savs God Persuaded Him To Run For President HERMAN CAIN ATLANTA Republican Herman Cain said God con vinced him to enter the race for president, comparing himself to Moses: "'You've got the wrong man, Lord. Are you sure?'" The Georgia business execu tive played up his faith Saturday after battling sexual harassment allegations for two weeks, trying to shift the conversation to reli gion, an issue vital to conserva tive Republicans, especially in the South. Texas votes Against Confederate Flag license Plates The state of Texas has de cided not to allow drivers to order special edition license plates featuring the confederate flag. A board at the Department of Motor Vehicles voted against the proposed plates Thursday. The board was appointed by Rick Perry who's vying for the GOP's Presidential nomination and recently said about the plates, "We don't need to be open ing old wounds." The Confederate flag has a history of carrying racist under tones IANDRICK EDWARDS ening. A second suspect in the shootings, Aaron Steadman, pleaded guilty last AARON STEADMAN month conspiracy to commit murder and was sentenced to 18 months in prison and six years probation. Navv ShiP Named For Civil Rights leader Evers widow of African American activist Medgar Evers, christened the ship. SAN DIEGOThe widow of Medgar Evers broke a bottle of champagne against the hull of a new Navy ship that has been named in honor of the slain civil rights leader. Myrlie Evers was among a thousand people who attended the christening of the USNS Medgar Evers in San Diego on Saturday. The 689-foot cargo ship will deliver food, ammunition, fuel and other provisions to Navy combat ships at sea. Medgar Evers, a World War II veteran arid field secre tary for the NAACP, was shot to death in 1963. Waitress savs She was Ordered To Serve Onlv Black Patrons At APPiebees MARYLAND -A Black waitress in Maryland is making headlines after filing several complaints claiming that she was only allowed to serve Black patrons at a local Apple bees. Courtney Haywood, 27, of Towson, Maryland, filed a discrimination lawsuit against the restaurant after being fired earlier this year. Haywood, a single mother and Towson University stu dent, says new management took over the restaurant this year and the establishment was "shot to hell." According to her, Black cus tomers predominantly occu pied the tables she was assigned to serve and she no ticed several of her fellow em ployees asking that Black patrons not be sat in their sec tions. Haywood's racial discrim ination complaint was filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. COURTNEY HAYWOOD r 0 ::2 c )> (/) m z ::::! z m r ID c: r r !!l z ., c: ID r u; ::I: m c m < m -1 c:-m (/) c )> z c ::2 c

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Suspect Arrested Aller HiRing Deoutv With Vehicle JOSHUA JACKSON On Thursday evening, Pinellas County Sheriffis deputies reportedly stopped a vehicle at the intersection of Ulmerton Road and 38th Street, North because the driver was not wearing a seatbelt. When the deputy approached the driver, Joshua Jackson, 27, he took off. In doing so, Jackson ran over the deputy's foot. Deputies pursued Jackson and arrested him in the area of Rocky Point Drive and Courtney Campbell Causeway. Jackson was driving with a suspended license, and told deputies he had recently been released from prison on early inmate release sta tus. Jackson was charged with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, aggravated fleeing and eluding, driving with a suspended license and several traffic citations. Trial Begins For Trio In 8-Year-Oid Girl's Murder PARIS WHITEHEADHAMILTON .. shot to death as she slept in her bed. MARIO WALLS ... took a plea to testify against.the three others involved.in the shooting. DONDRE DAVIS DUONG NGUYEN STEPHEN HARPER Jury selection began Monday in the trial for the murder of 8-year-old St. Petersburg resident, Paris Whitehead-Hamilton. Hamilton was shot and killed in the crossfire of gang violence in 2009. More than so shots were fired into her home, hitting her as she slept. Authorities said the shooting was in retaliation against a man the shooters times. One of the four men accused in the shooting, Mario Walls, 20, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and agreed to testify against the three others. co ,.... believed as living at the Wails will testify against Dondre Davis, 21, Duong Nguyen, 21, and Stephen Harper, 20. All were charged with being principals to first-degree murder. Walls was identified as th e ge taway driver the ni ght of the s h oo ting. W address on Preston Avenue. Hamilton was shot fiv e woman Charged With Anackinu School Bus Driver Winter Haven Police have arrested a 37-year-old woman after she reportedly got onto a school bus full of students and caused a disturbance by striking the driver. No students were harmed and they were transferred to another bus. At 6:os a. m. Thursday, Marisia Emanuel flagged down the school bus and the driver stopped because she recognized Emanuel as a parent of a student who rides the bus. Police said the driver, Marilyn Richmond, opened the door to speak to Emanuel, but she got onto the bus. Richmond reportedly told Emanuel she could not be on the bus while MARSIA EMANUEL students were aboard. Emanuel did not get off the bus after the driver repeatedly told her to get off. Police said Emanuel stated yelling at Richmond in a foreign language and hitting her on the shoulder and arm. Richmond called the inci dent in and police arrived and found Emanuel at her home. She was allegedly uncoopera tive and pulled her underpants down in front of the officers. During the incident, she was reportedly ranting and yelling. Emanuel was arrested and charged with burglary to an occupied conveyance, battery on school personnel, school disruption, and indecent exposure. A 15-year-old on the bus was also arrested for disor derly conduct, school disrup tion and resisting arrest with out violence because he con tinued to cause a disturbance on the bus as officers were trying to investigate and locate witnesses to the attack. Tax Fraud Scheme Spreads To Other Florida Cities Last month, on Ocl:ober 28th, employees at a Venice Walmart Store noticed four young Black men enter the store. Each made several financial transactions at the ATM and at cash registers. The employees called police and warned other Walmart stores in the area. Sarasota County Sheriffis Office said the men were traveling in two vehicles. Police arrived at one of the Walmart Stores and arrested Javorris Rashaad Johnson, 21, Ernest Samuel Williams, 21, and Richekad Jean, 19, all of South Bay. Ronald Noel, 21, of Belle Glade was also arrested. Each man faces a single charge of scheme to defraud and each was released on a $7,500 bond Police said the group traveled from Palm Beach County in two vehicles and visited Wa:lmart stores in the cities of North Port, Englewood, and Venice on the same day. The men allegedly made withdrawals from debit cards and Walmart gift cards Police said the funds were from fraudulent tax returns that had been deposited on the cards. All four of the men were observed on video either checking the balances and making or attempting to make withdrawals. The defendants allegedly denied owning the cards. Police arrested Jean, Johnson, and Williams at the Walmart Store, 4150 Tamiami Trail, in Venice. Noel was arrested a short distance away after he attempted to flee in a vehicle. Det ec tiv es confiscated a JAVORRIS JOHNSON ERNEST WILLIAMS gold Toyota Camry and a black Dodge Charger. They also took as evidence a stack of credit cards and a large amount of currency. On the same day, as police were investigating the report of the four Black men, they received a call about another man attempting to withdraw RICHEKAD JEAN RONALD NOEL a large amount of cash. The store manager said the man was attempting to withdraw $6,ooo from a valued customer debit card. When police arrived, the man who was identified as Eric Quincey Elliot Fussell, 21, of Miami, was still at the store. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 14&1 Tampa Park Plaza @ Nebraska Ave. & scon St. The hmng of a lawyer 1s an Important dec1s1on that should not be based so.el) upon adve:tsements Before you dec1de. ask us to send you FREE \'lfltten mformat1on about qualif,catlons ana

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II Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Wellness Solutions Institute located at 2732 Conch Hollow Drive, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Brandon, Florida 33511 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Tampa, Florida, this 10th day of November, 2011. Sole Owner(s) Khaleelah Abdui-Kareem Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant To Section 865.09 Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of GNP Distribution located at 7926 Allamanda Avenue, in the County of Hillsborough, in the City of Tampa, Florida 3.3.9 intends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dafed at Tampa, Florida, this 11th day of November. 2011. Sole Owner(s) George W. Nix Chec::lc ILl <>ut <>n Facebc:c:lc ... Fellew ILl <>n "1""-IHer At www.twltter.ee..,./ FLSE,....,TI ,..._,ELB LEGAL NOTICE MBE/WBEIDBEs WANTED Archer Western Contractors, Ltd. is seeking participation from bona fide subcontractors, South County Advanced WWTP Expansion to 1 OMGD Hillsborough County, Florida. All Subcontractor/Supplier quotes are due before Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 @ 2:00PM. Fax quotes to: (404) 495-8701 referencing project name and scope of work. This project is for the construction of a new 10 MGD preliminary wastewater treatment facility, including mechanical screens, degritting equipment, grip pumping, grit dewatering, and automatic sampling equipment; raw sewage influent flow metering and monitoring. All other work specified herein and/or indicated on the Drawings Plans are available at the following link: https://sharepoint.walshgroup.com/jobsites/georgia/regional/bids/default aspx Username: walshgroup\awsubs Password: awgeorgia. Quotes will be evaluated on scope, price, experience, financial condition, and other pertinent factors. EOEM/F Please call Tim Clement (407-562-4656) with any questions or to get access to the plans and specifications. 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 PASS-THROUGH 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 1-8QQ-955-8n1. Dated this 28th day of Octobet 2011. PAT FRANK CLERKOFTHE CIRCUIT COURT By: lsi EBONY McCLENDON DEPUTY CLERK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CA-23656 D. SUCARICHI, as Trustee of Trust Number 8419 dated December 31, 1981, Plaintiff, vs. MELISSA HIGHSMITH, CAPTIAL ONE BANK, and ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND/OR AGAINST THE ABOVE-NAMED DEFENDANTS WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS DEVISEE(S), GRANTEE(S) OR OTHERWISE Defendant( s ). SECOND AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO F.S. CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that pursuant to a order resetting sale in Foreclosure dated October 25, 2011 in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on the front steps of the building located at the 2nd FLOOR OF THE GEORGE E. EDGECOMB BUILDING, ROOM 201/202, located at 800 EAST TWIGGS STREET, in TAMPA, Florida at 1 0:00 A.M. on the 1st day of the December. 2011 the following described property: LOTS 32 AND 33 OF BLOCK 13 OF MANOR HILLS SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 14, PAGE 17, OF THE PUBLIC PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA. 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 WORKING DAYS OF RECEIPT OF THIS NOTICE. IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED, CALL 1-800-955-8n1. Dated this 3.nt day of November. 2011. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COUNTY COURT By: /s/ GLENDALY MARTINEZ DEPUTY CLERK BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday @ 12:00 P.M. Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00 P.M. 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Q a: u. Q z 4( Q en w ::;) 1-w > w Q w ::1: en :::::l m ::;) ll. z tu ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z i= z w en a: 0 ...J u. MBE/WBEIDBEs 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 1 0 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: Sitework!earthwork, 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 treatment 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.: 08-19087 HSBC BANK USA, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST SERIES ACE 2005-HE7, Plaintiff, vs. DONNA M. PRINCE, ET AL., Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Order of Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 17, 2011 entered in this cause by the County Court of Hillsborough County, Florida the property described as: Unit No. 7603, Building No. 1200, ofTHE GREENS OF TOWN N COUNTRY, a condominium according to The Declaration of Condominium as recorded in Official Records Book 4381 Page 1167, all attachments and amendments thereto, and according to the condominium plat as recorded in Condominium Plat Book 7, Page 1, Public Records as stated in said Declaration of condom i nium to be appurtenant to the above condominium unit. will be sold at a public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash, on December 2. 2011 at 10:00 A.M. at the George Edgecomb Courthouse 800 E Twiggs St., Tampa, FL 33602 Rooms 201/202 INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES WHO NEED A R'ASONABLE ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PI!{OCEEDING ARE ENTITLED, AT NO COST, TO THE PROVIsftYN OF CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT THE ADA COORDINATOR, AT (813) 276-8100, EXT. 4205 WITHIN (2} TWO WORKING DAYS OF OF THIS NOTICE. If= YOU ARE IMPAIRED, .. 25th day of 2011. / ..... .. PAT FRANK CLERK OF THE COURT By: /s/ ALEXIS De La ROSA As Deputy Clerk Facility Needs Staffing PRN Must Pass Level 2 Background Screening CPR And First Aide Must Have Current Cards State Of Florida ID Pass TB Screening Must Have Own Transportation $8.75 Hourly 20 Hour Week (813) 623-1392 Ask For Pat Director of Career and Testing Setvkes (Job #0147) (SOOAI Grant Funded) College-wide Required: Bachelor's degree in Educotion, Psydiology, Sodoqy, Sodol W!Wk, a related field; at Ieos! three (3) )IIOIS experim in test intefpmtOtion oplitt.OO, mreer, and in1eresls; 1voll (2) )IIOIS 0111101e experienmit on online opplirotion. Applirorm ..me doim o right of prefer m must 141lood doruroonlotion of ond at1llch it 1ll their onlire opplicotion before of 100 opplirotidn OOodline dote. The oppncotion review prOC!!SS con be initiQted with the copies of tronsuipts; however, olliciol tronsaipts roost be receMid beilxe 100 in1eiVieil. Hcna oflldallniiiSalpls sent to the Human llesourats Office (address INUUOE JOB #ON AU. ITEMS SENT TO THE HUMAN RESOURaS OFFICI. l'asco-Hamando Comnu!lty (allege Attn: Human Resources Office Qob #) 10230 Ridge Rood New roo Richey, Fl34654-5199 10 API'I.! APPLY ONUNE oo lOOn 100 NIM!rlblr 18 opplirotion deadline ot www.phctedtV'jobs. All SUPPLEMENTAL I ADDmONAL APPUCATION MATERW MUST BE UPLOADED VIA THE ONUNE APPUCATION SYSTEM. The suppleroontul/ additional opplirotion ore: (1) o rover letter, (2) o rurrnnt resume, (3) copy of tronsaipts, (4) 00-214 (if doiming veteron's preference), ond nut be ond ottoched 1ll the online opplirotion ..... midnight of the applkatkln ..... elate. ; i lijp opplirotions, roll 727-816-. 3169a 72:1:816-3425. .,, : : ( .. AU. APP.UCAHTS MUST SUBMIT AN llNUNE APPliCATION, COVER LETTER, RESUME, TRANSCRIPTS, AND VETERAN'S PREFERENCE DOCUMENTATION (IF APPliCABLE) NO lATIR THAH NOVEMBER 18. THE COllEGE IS O.OSED NOVEMBER 11 IN OBSERVAHCI OF VITERAN'S DAY. 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