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Celebrating 67 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 3-A c c -----a: 0 VOL. 67 NO. 26 FRIDAY, NOVEMB.ER 18,2011 48 PAGES 75 Bodv In Trunk OICar Is Missing Man SEE PAGE 2-A Cleanup Planned For East Tampa Neighborhoods SEE PAGE 1 0-A Familvsavs 'Mv Sister's Soul Is At Peace' SEE PAGE 2-A FRATERNITY HAS ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS PRESENTATION The Pi Iota Chaptel' of Omega Psi Fraternity, Inc. held its 2011 Achievement Awards Presentation o n Sunday, November 13, 2011. The !,>roup worshipped with their fraternity brother, Rev. Alec Hall at New S t Matthew M. B Churc h Awards were presented to fraternity brothers, Cyril Blythe Andrews, III, Community Service Award; Robert Scott, III and Morris L. Williams, Sr. were recipients of the Pi Iota Chapter 2011 Superior Service Awards. The Pi Iota Chapter iS 2011 Omega Man of the Year Award was presented to William Cade. From left to right are Omegas: Rev. Alec Hall, Pas-tor of New St. Matthew; Ronald Cherry, Presentation Chairman; Albert Lee, William Cade, 2011 Omega Man ofthe Year; and ,James Green, Basileus. (Photograph by Julia Jackson.

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0 Ftatures tD a: w ID :!: w Authorities Believe Bodv In Trunk Of Car Is Missing Man At 4:40 p. m. Tuesday, Tampa Police dispatch C received a 9-1-1 call from a ii: man who said .. he was on his U. way to the :District III Police Headquarters with a body in the trunk' of the Mercury Grand Iy.tarquis he was driving. Once he arrived, he honked the _horn, and an officer approached the vehicle, opened the trunk. Detectives intervi ewed the driver, being allegedly identi fied as Montray, who told them the car did not belong to him. The Medical Examiner con ducted an autopsy and reported there were no obvious signs of trauma to the body, and due to the body's state of decomposition, identification would take longer than usual. Authorities said the registered owner of the vehicle, c Henry Shell, 79, was reporta: ed missing by a co-worker on U. Monday when he failed to C show up for work. Authorities have not con>-firmed the victim in the trunk iCC to be Shell. 5J According to a website, W Shell is the owner of Henry Shell Realtor and Insurer > Company on Nebraska a: Avenue: The Hillsborough County w c w %: UJ ::::i ID a.. Z i= w ...J ...J ID ...J w z i= z w UJ a: 0 ...J u. HENRY SHELL ... the owner ofthe_vehicle where a body was found in the trunk. Uiilmown if the body is Shell at this time. Sheriffs Office reported that co-workers became concerned about Shell since they had not heard from him since Thursday, November 10th, when he left his business to go home. When he did not report for work Monday, the co-worker went to his apartment and did not find any signs of forced entry or any thing out of place. When deputies arrived at Shell's residence, they dis covered his vehicle missing, but according to a co-worker, he mentioned he might be going out of town, but did not say where he was going. Attempts were made to contact Shell through his cell phone, but it went straight to voicemail. Deputies also con-tacted area hospitals and placed alerts for Shell and his vehicle. Authorities don't know how the driver got Shell's vehicle. He was questioned and later released. TPD spokesperson, Janelle McGregor, said detectives still have critical questions as to who the driver borrowed the car from, and how the body wound up in the trunk. She also said investigators believe the body is that of Henry Shell, but are await ing confirmation before they make an official statement. Delivery Of Body 'A First' In Major's Career Major Gerald Honeywell gave this account of the incident "He called before he got here and told them there was a body in the trunk and he was bringing it. A short time later, one of my lieutenants walked ip.to my office and said, 'Major, you're not going to believe this.' "He then told me that the car was outside containing a body. This is unbelievable. This is definitely a first in my 25 plus career," Major Honeywell Familv: 'Mv Sister Got Her Justice, Her Soul Is At Peace' JENNIFER JOHNSON . Murdered in November 2008 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor "I am so happy. I just thank God that my sister got her. justice. Her soul is at peace now," Ms. Rachel Johnson said of the guilty verdict of Vincent George Brown. A jury found Brown guilty of killing Ms. Jennifer Johnson in November 2008. Ms. Johnson further said, "He may have breath, but heill never walk the streets again. I hope he gets the death penalty. I thank Judge William Fuente and the jury for giving my sister her justic e ." She also said her mother, Mrs. Alma Dorsey Johnson, was pleased with the verdict. Ms. Tisha Collins, Ms. Johnson's cousin said, "Our family is blessed. We want to thank everyone who prayed for our family and justice has been served. We got want we wanted "I also want to let the world know that battered women need to know when it's time to get out. Women need to open their eyes. Jennifer was a battered woman, but she thought he loved her, She didn' t realize that he didn't love her. But, now her soul is at peace .'' Several family members of Ms. Johnson were in court throughout the trial. Mrs. Dorsey Johnson is raising her granddaughter who Brown fathered. The little girl is 5 years old now. On November 15, 2008, Ms. Johnson's family reported her missing after she failed to attend her daughter's 2nd birthday party. Police listed .Brown, 41, as a person of interest because observed arguing with Ms. Johnson at Apollo South on N. 40th Street, around 11 p.m., on November 14th. Ms. Johnson also accompanied Brown to his parents' home around 3 a.m., on November 15th. Ms. Johnson's car was VINCENT BROWN . Convicted of 1St-degree murder and k_idnapping found in the parking lot of a school on November 17th. On November 19th, Ms. Johnson's body was found in a vacant ho.use in Lakeland. The death was ruled "suspicious." Last Plea For Help As the investigation progressed, police learned that Ms. Johnson's last called was to a Plant City 9-1 1 oper ator, during the early morning hours of November 15th. In the call, Ms. Johnson said, "I'm in the trunk of my car. . They got me in the car. I don't know where I'm at." The call dropped before any additional information could be obtained. Her bruised and battered body was found in a vacant house in Lakeland. Two plas-:tic bags had been placed over her head. She died of asphyx ia. Her cell phone and $260 in cash was inside of her bra, police said "I Did What I Had To Do, And It's Done" According to police, an "uncooperative" Brown turned himself in to police on a probation violation the day after she was reported miss ing. During the investigation, Tampa Police detectives learned that Brown had driven Ms.-tJohDson's car after she was reported missing in the cities of Altamonte Springs and Orlando. Prior to turning himself in, Brown went to a party driving Ms. Johnson's car. When asked the whereabouts of Ms. Johnson, Brown extended his arms, pointed both thumbs down, and made a noise. Jurors also heard a message Brown ieft on his cell phone voice mail, "I did what I had to do, and it's done. Y'all will probably never see me again. Just don't forget about me." Jurqrs will begin deliberat ing the penalty phase of the trial on Saturday.

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"'I Features ::u Expectant Mother Killed And 3Hurt After Being Hit Bv Car z 0 < BY IRIS B HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A traffic accident in East Tampa Wednesday night has left a young mother and her unborn child dead. Three oth ers were also injured. According to police, two women were pushing strollers down N. 43rd Street at about 7:45 p.m., when a car struck them from behind. After .the accident, the driver, Daryl Oliver, 28, of Tampa, pulled over to the side of the street and called 9-1-1. Oliver told police he did not see them and was unable to avoid the He was driving a 1999 Lin coln Continental that struck the victims with its front left arid center bumper. According to police, Ms. Monica Alvarez, 27, who was six months pregnant, was airlifted to the hospital as a trauma patient. She died as a result of her injuries. Doctors Ms. Monica Alvarez is shown with her daughter, Imani performed an emergency cae sarean, but were unable to save her unborn baby. Ms. Alvarez was pushing her 1-year-old daughter, Imani Golden, in the stroller. Imani was also air lifted to the hospital in critical condition She sustained seri ous injuries to her head and lung. Ms. Alvarez's friend, Ms. Shanita Little, 23, was also pushing her 1-year-old daughter, Marquisha Wilson, in a second stroller. Ms. Little suffered a laceration to the head and her knee was also injured in the accident. She was transported to St. Joseph's Hospital in stable condition. Her daughter re ceived minor injuries and was also transported to St. Joseph's hospital in stable condj.tion. Ms. Alvarez was a resi dent of the apartment com plex formerly known as Kenneth Court. They were within a block of East Hillsborough Avenue when the accident took place. The area is poorly lit and there are no sidewalks where the accident took place Happy Go Lucky. Person Gary Walker spoke to his aunt shortly before the ac cident. He said he was prepar ing to go out of town and wasn't there when the acci dent happened. Although Ms. Alvarez was his aunt, they were close in age and grew up together. "She was my best friend, my aunt, my backbone. She never let anyone get her down. She always kept people smiling," he said. Described as a homebody, Ms. Alvarez was the daugh-ter of Levi Alvarez and the m late Mrs. Alice W8lker AI-ii varez. She attended Hills-g] borough High School, but ..... didn't graduate. She moved into the com-plex about five years ago and :: enjoyed spending time with her older sister, Ms. Nicole Walker, other family II).embers, and neighbors. How ever, Walker said, Imani was the center of her atten tion. "She loved he baby and she took her with her everyS _hE; was just a happy go lucky person. Imani was her only child, but she was pregnant with a boy," he said. He further stated that Ms. Alvarez was a member of Re Birth Missionary Baptist Church. He also said that Ms. Alvarez did not have any in surance and the family is in need of help with the burial. Funeral services for Ms. Alvarez were incomplete at press time. "'1'1 r 0 :!! c )> East Tampa Group leader Wants TIF Dollars Used Wiselv en m z ::! z m r BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter East Tampa Community Revitalization Partnership Chairman, Essie Sims, said he wants to take Tax Increment Finance (TIF) dollars, look at the state of East Tampa communities, and give special attention to the areas that need improvements the most. "I've asked for the top three priorities within special areas brought back to this board by partnership mem bers. We will look at thqse and allocate TIF dollars to ward improving those condi tions." Sims said after hearing about what happened on 43nt Street, he plans to go over and assess that stretch of 43nt Street and return to his Board with what he feels needs to be done. "What I tried to convey six months ago was my concern over the allocation of the TIF dollars in that they were being used in a more concentrated area instead of assessing all of East Tampa. "I think we should have done a better job in the alloca tion of TIF dollars in East Tampa. I have questioned how some of the funds were used in the past, and it ap pears to me we were deliber ately giving away money. Funds spent in the past weren't getting the results East Tampa residents ex pected. I'm very disappointed over what I've seen, and we want to change that." Sims said the ETCRP will work hard to make right what is wrong in East Tampa. Resident Has Appealed For Six Years To Get Sidewalks, Lighting Along 43n1 Street Former Tampa Housing Authority Board member, Karen Peoples, is a resident of the Kenneth Court/Johnson Court Apartment Com plex, and said she's been trying for six years to get side walks, lights, speed bumps, and other safety items along 43nt Street. "I've sent documents to the city requesting they install pole lights, widen the en trance to 43nt Street from Hillsborough Avenue, and put in sidewalks. "I've personally observed people walking on 43nt, and when the mothers are push ing their strollers, they have to walk in the dirt area, and it makes it almost impossible to push the strollers when they are weighted down." Ms. Peoples said she has witnessed near misses as mo torists come off Hillsborough onto 43rd Street, and pedestri ans scramble to get out of the way. "It's a treacherous stretch of road, and I'm passing around a petition now with hopes this problem will be taken care of. It's a shame someone had to die before at tention is given to this prob lem." Last week, an appeal was made to the Tampa City Council about the need for sidewalks and lighting in East Tampa communities. It was pointed out that with the mil lions of Tax Increment Fi nance (TIF) dollars spent on various East Tampa projects, more should have been used to improve streets. -Councilman Addressed Need For Lighting And Sidewalks At Meeting Thursday City Councilman Frank Reddick said he learned of the accident Wednesday night. "I heard police officer say the area is poorly lit and I am trying to set up a meeting with Tampa Electric to imme diately install lights in the area. "Since it is a city street, I am going to bring the issue up in Council meeting this (Thursday) morning and get with the City's Public Works Department. I hope to get sidewalks in the area to make it more pedestrian friendly for the people living in the area," Councilman Reddick said. During the meeting, a map of the area showed Council members the lack of lighting, lack of sidewalks, and the size of the street. 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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 Subscriptions $44 00-6 Months Both Editions : $87 00-Per Year Both Edi tions Opinions expressed on pages o f th i s newspapar by Columnists or Guest Wri t ers, do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. Jerrv SanduskV: What Few 11 us want To Talk About To assail the tradition of American football is to stab at the heart of American masculinity. Wars have been started for less. Consequently, a nervous silence has gathered on the horizon of the subject of football and the caliber of individuals it has attracted to its violent-valiant persona. Indeed, when we think of football, we think of names like Pop Warner, Knute Rockne, Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, Tom Landry, and Tony Dungy and yes, even Joe Paterno. We used to think of Jerry Sandusky. But that was yesterday, before it was rumored Sandusky was a pedophile whose victims were little Black boys he'd picked up and abused often not far from the football field. When faced with Sandusky's possible monstrous crimes, countless American men have been forced toremember the first time a coach or fellow swatted them on the backside, hugged them too long, or became physically personal if only for a moment. iit Suddenly, innocence loses its grace on the gridiron, Z and parents are made to ask unnerving questions, "What kind of human being was our son's football coach? Did w we do right to trust him? Were there secrets that our son en has never shared for fear of shame?" g True, the majority of coaches who have dealt with chilli: dren are dignified human beirigs who do a thankless job. 0 Yet, we humbly suggest that you parents, who blindly place your children into the hands of people you do not know, investigate the background of so-called coaches and mentors. For, it is better to be awkwardly safe than to be eternally sorry. Just ask the parents of Jerry Sandusky's supposed victims. A Keep Americans Working Christmas S anta Claus is coming. Are you guarding your wallet or your pocketbook? If you are among the blessed handful of Americans who will be Christmas shopping as usual, maybe you should consider your gift-giving tradition, this holiday season. In fact, many of our staff members will be giving gifts that will keep fellow Americans working during the season and New Year. Indeed, our staff members will be looking to buy toys and other items that sport on their bottoms "MADE IN AMERICA!" They might cost a little more, but when scrimping from Peter to pay Paul and l Paul lives right next door as opposed to Peter who lives w in Beijing, who are you going to choose? C!J For family and friends who like to read, consider putif ting books, bookstore coupons, and magazine and news-is a statement that I heard anybody in today's United were a true indication ofhow from a white person, made on States There is no such thing Republicans really feel about FOX Television Channel. as our Blacks and their Blacks. If I didn't already The statement was made Blacks. know this, I would have taken in defense of African AmeriBut, then I must say oops, the speaker's words as a percan candidates for the ReI made a mistake. I forgot sonal insult. publican Party's nominee, that gatekeeping Blacks still I want the world to know Herman Cain. exist today and they are still that I pride myself in not While I was not shocked owned by white people. This being an 'our Black or a their by such coming from someis not playing the race card, it Blacks'. Instead, I am an in-one on FOX network, I do is just telling the truth. dependent-minded person find it worth mentioning. It The gatekeeping African who is proud of my race. I also brings some questions to Americans exist solely for the have a great deal of racial mind. purpose of doing the will of pride and I am proud of that The first question is, who the white power structure. I fact. are they talking about when believed the speaker was also More Blacks need to they say our Blacks and their referring to the two major podemonstrate racial pride and Blacks? litical parties when the words not be anybody's Black. The I assume they are refer-our Blacks and their Blacks law has removed the shackles ring to members of the Black were spoken. from our legs. Let us remove race. If they are I wonder if I believe that the speaker them from our minds. Herman Cain And The Taxi-Cab Driver Yesterday was not my day. First of all, my Buick would not start. So, you know what I had to do. I called a local cab service. And guess who they sent me: The Cabby from Hell! He pulled up; I got in, and off we went, on another great adventure. Reading the morning news, I looked up just in time to see a big, bloodshot eye ap praising me in a rearview mir ror. Sporting a grill of gold teeth and a Bruto look-alike, he addressed me, "Good morning, Money! "Good morning; how are you, this morning?, I replied. what I received for my meek ness was, Well, I'm 'bout as good as your boy, Herman Cain. Er, that IS your BOY, ain't it? "I BEG YOUR PARDON!" That s what I wanted to say. But what I said was "I don't understand." "WHATCHOU MEAN YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND?" growled Bluto. "Herman Cain! Tha's your man, ain't he? Isn't that who you Republicans are gonna vote for?" Now, that got to me. "First of all," I sai d, "how do YOU know I am a Republican? Second of all, what makes you think that if I was a Republi can, that I would be support ing Whatsisname?" A bear-like laugh assaulted me from the man-mountain choking the steering wheel. "Well, ex cuuuse me, Money! But I thought all you Black E lights hung together?" Placing my newspaper curtly on the seat beside me, I answered as politely as I dared "First of all, you are mispronouncing the word. It's "E-leet," not "E-light!" Secondly, just because I'm Black doesn't mean I have to support somebody else who is Black." "But that's why you supported President Barack Obama, isn't it?" the cab-driver cut me off to throw me off. "But that was different," I countered. "Why was it differ ent?" the cabby hammered. I wanted to say, "It was different because President Bqrack Obama was prepirred, and kept his lWlds to himself where women who weren't his wife were con cerned. However, in spite of Herman Cain's former accom plishments, his so-called brain-freezes and possible sexual harassment peccadilloes don't inspire me." Instead, what I said was, "Listen, my car won't start; I haven't had breakfast, and I'd rather not talk about Herman Cain, this morning The bloodshot eye 8eeined to soften, and a voice-not so threatening, answered, "Brother I know how you feel. But sometimes, I just wonder what is to become of us Black folks in America." I answered the cab driver's comment with a good-natured laugh. In fact, we both laughed, as we pulled up to my place of toil. "That'll be fifteen dollars, Money," grinned the cab driver. I pulled out the money, it tob.im, then said, "With the prices you're charging, 'Money' aught to be YOURname!" We laughed. He pulled off. paper subscriptions under the Christmas tree. Gift certificates to favorite beauty salons, nail salons, shoe and clothing stores also make excellent gifts. Indeed, folks would love certificates to barber shops, for athletic wear, and for home improvement stores. Moreover, who wouldn't like a gift certificate to a nice restaurant, movie theater, cleaners, grocery store, car wash (White Glove?), hockey, or baseball game? Certificates for gas cards, discount stores, bakeries, and auto repair stores are also excellent gift ideas. Most certainly, many fellow Americans would keep their jobs if we kept our gift close to home. Are we trying to be the Grinch who stole Christmas? Heck no! We are sim-ply trying to bring Saint Nick back home.

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FageSix cti ffi Commissioners IXl Honor Fallen Soldier i Killed In Afghanistan a: BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Three months ago, U. S. Army Spc. Christophe J. Marquis was injured when his unit was attacked while stationed in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. He died on September 41h. On Wednesday, during their regular meeting, mem. hers of the Hillsborough County Board of Commis sioners paid tribute to his sacrifice. Mrs. Brittany Marquis was awarded the Fallen Soldier Award during the meeting. Mrs. Marquis family members attended the presentation. "I would like to take this time to thank Hillsborough C County and the State of ff: Florida for the support and 0 love shown our family during Z this time. I would just like to cC say 'thank you,"' Mrs. Mar-quissaid. Spc. Marquis was anaw tive of Strasburg, France, and moved to Tampa in July 2008. He married his wife w on August 31, 2009. Their [ij son, Christopher, cele-CHRISTOPHE. MARQUIS ... January 25, 1971 -September 4, 2011 brated his 2nd birthday 10 days after his father's death. Spc. Marquis joined the U.S. Army in April2010. He had previously served 5 years in the French military and had attained the rank of Ser geant in his native country. He was deployed to Afghanistan in March 2011. In addition to his wife and son, Spc. Marquis is also survived by his parents, Mrs. Francine Soucat and Joel Marquis, 1 sister, and 3 brothers. C w ::1: tn IXl ;:) 11. z i= w ...J ...J ::::: IXl ...J w z 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387-7724 i= z w tn c( c a: 0 ...J BANKRUPTCY StOp Foreclosure & Creditor's Harassment REAL ESTATE LAW FAMILY LAW Uvilg & Medical Expenses Transportation Counseling Seleimu-nt. /Hfore Yo11 Dt!cidie, Ask U3 1b St 0... Qualificotlom And

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:II Commissioners Approve New ; Process For Selecting Chairman I KEN HAGAN ... Elected New Chairman BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Each year, members of the Hillsborough County Board of Commissioners are required to select a new chairperson The selection takes place prior to the Com missioner s annual organiza tional meeting. During the election Commissioner Les Miller, Jr., nominated Commissioner Ken Hagan, who won with a 5-2 vote. Commissioner Sandra Murman is the Vice Chairman. New Rule Approved LES MILLER, JR County Commissioner Controversy has histori call y surrounded the elec tion However, on Tuesday, Commissioner Miller proposed a suitable process that his peers passed Beginning in 2012, Commissioner Mark Sharpe, who is most senior member that has never served as Chairman will a utomaticall y serve. Commissioner Kevin Beckner, who is second in line with seniority who has never served as Chairman will become his Vice Chairman The following year Commissioner Beckner will serve and the District 1 rep-senunel omce Will Be Closed ThanksuMnu, November 24th &Fridav, November 25111. Papers Di.ibed Sundav, November 20th & Tuesdav, November 22nd resentative will become the Chairman and the District 2 representative will become the Vice Chairman. This process will elimi nate the voting process. The only stipulation is that any new board member, who has ..... not been in office for a full year, cannot se..Ve. The posi-g tion will automatically rotate ..... to the next in line. r-0 tn m z .-4 z m r-. m c: rr-!!I z c: m r-(ij ::::t m c

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.... .... Big East Tampa Cleanup Proiect Begins This weekend The City of Tampa's Code a: Enforcement Division will u.. trict Supervisor for East Tampa, said they will be fo cusing on cleaning up vacant properties, abandoned prop erties, right-of-ways, and other areas that are over grown or have a lot of debris. Tampa, we felt the inner city neighborhoods needed this the most, and for the past month, we decided to ad dress a lot of the concerns that have come from the East Tampa community." .... w 0 be conducting a huge East Tampa cleanup project be ginning this Saturday. The area of focus will be east of 22nd Street, south of 25th Avenue, and if time permits, they will go to 181 h Avenue over to 25th Street. Susan Wenrick, Dis"We will be 'using people court ordered to do commu nity service for the project. After driving around east Wenrick said they will be looking at the worst places first and later they will join the city's Solid LIGHT OF THE WORLD DELIVERANCE CHURCH 4701 N. 15th Street, Tampa, FL 33610 Theme: "Hand-Picked And Sent" Jeremiah 3:15 Romans 10:14-15 Wednesday, November 16th Apostle J. L. Wiggs Church Of Deliverance, sarasota (813) 234-9115 or (813) 294-2214 November 16-20,2011 8 P. M. Nightly Friday, November 18th Pastor A. F. Vickers Holy Outreach For Christ, Tampa Saturday, November 19th-6 P. M. Pastor Mary Brown New Hope Holiness Church, Jacksonville Prophetess JoAnne Gillespie Prophet Vincent Campbell Pastor France Campbell Pastor Willie Campbell Located: 241 S. 78th St. Tampa, FL 33619 For more infomation 813-622-3889 Waste Department to re move a lot of items. Everything will get started at 8 a.m. and the crew will be in the area most of the day. "We want the people to come out and talk to us as we go through their area," said Wenrick. "We want to know what their concerns are and what they want to see improved or removed:" Wenrick said after this project, the week of Decem:. her 12-17, they will be joining the county in addressing the Grant Park community. She said that project wiJI take a week becimse of the size of the area. Greater Love Christian Center, Inc. 1109 North Franklin Street Plant CHy, Florida 33563 Phone: FAMilY& FRIENDS DAY Date: November 20, 2011 Morning Worship.11 :00 A.M. Afternoon Worship: 3:00 P.M. "The Jov Of Harmonious Relationships" Evangelist Mary Washington Of Plant_ City Will Be Honored As "WOMAN OF THE YEAR 2011" The James Sisters of Ft. Myers YOU ARE INVITED! At MINISTER :t.' Al ; ... .;_, BALDWIN 01 Ceremony 1 East Chelsea Baptist Church 7225 E. Chelsea St. Tampa 3361 0 (Comer Of Orient Rd. And Chelsea)

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Locat I Barber ToolltiP Trade To HelpHis Mother z 0 < BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Growing up in Indi anapolis, Indiana, Michael Woodgett wanted to do whatever it took to help his single-parent mom. To alleviate the cost of getting a haircut, Woodgett got himself a pair of clippers, and at the age of 15, became a front-porch barber. "I also worked in ware houses and other odd jobs. It was all done out of neces sity." Woodgett continued cutting hair, but when the job market got narrow, he decided it was time to get a license and make it legal. Woodgett is now at the amond Kutz Barbershop, and said he started out in Memphis, but he came to Tampa, because bar bering is very competitive in Memphis. "I actually came to Tampa for a cel ebration, and decided to Full Service Salon For All Your Beauty Needs. Specializing In Healthy Hair. Walk-Ins Are Welcome .. Please Ask For Unda Reddish Michael Woodgett standS in front of Diamond Kutz in Riverview. stay. "In finding the perfect spot, I have a partner who did all the research for me and we both agreed the Riverview area would work out great. Latoya Thomas, who owns Diamond Kutz, opened a week ago, and so far things are looking good. There are other businesses around me, and I get clients from both. I also actively go out marketing the shop." W oodgett said if he wasn t a barber, he doesn't know what he d be doing. ... nnn 813-248-5683 Cell: 813-496-6829 "I love music, so it proba bly would be something in that field. "Being a barber has matured me quite a bit and I can't imagine doing anything else." The father of three said he has an upscale shop, and they also do services for women. "We have an NFL pack age, and we will have net working opportunities This m is a great working environ-3: ment, and everyone is re-laxed and comfortable when ::0 they come to my shop. "I appreciate Latoya giv-N ing me this opportunity, and I'm very grateful." .... Sale Thursday, Nov. 17 thru Saturday, Nov. 19 ., lt'e all about you! r 0 c )> sale Black Radiance Cosmetics 649 sale Organic Root Olive Oil Girls Relaxer KH Wlf11ilg:Foliowdlrectionscmlyloll11idSiil llld !Clip nill11on."" brtll:agt!nd.,.. fo\lrt. Darling Hair Accessories for Girls Bto2Bct. 349 199 sale sale Smooth 'n Shine Hair Polishing Spray-on or Instant, 5 oz. Smooth n Shine Polishing Hair Stylers, 1.25 to 16 oz. Buy 1 Get 1 sale Dr. Miracle's w.q Rlb--cNJiflo..adtlil nlCitl Hair Care Maintenance, 1.75 or 4 oz. NoLye Relaxer Kit 'of equal or lesser price en m Z ::! z m r m c: r r !!I z "tJ c: m r-u; ::::t m c m < m ..... c: m en c )> z c ., c Sale lllltdwd!t may 1101 bt ri.lbll b lilt ll'lillle at Rl!'ms P!!llmatles l11d I'Minacy criylocitilns. Sftprus lilly also bt fm'.ed 10 )1lli'kal dldslltldMIIbltll-lllldoaolc.ry .. adwi11sediltm.Saieprictsolft!Odtorll!dottoislod011fl!frorlpage ... illl*prl:lsqoclld!IIW 'ffwltltr11M4Witllllltil1erllontdsrtblltlmNjlctfl..,...lllllliiiii.......,..IIJtltlltCIIIfiiii,...IBIDrilll& .... ... I )>

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Local New care oners Healthv Dishes m :!: w > 0 z >= < c a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Everyone knows how competitive the fast food in dustry is, and when you open a new shop in an area where others are already operating, it can be a struggle. VVhen Louisma opened a Quiznos franchise almost two years ago, she found out quickly that it would take something special to turn people away from their normal eating habits. "We tried everything we could, but the shop never caught on. Business kept falling off, so we had to shut it down. "Now, we've opened Cafe 22, and we're going to try again to appeal to the people who are mQre health-con scious about what they eat." > Louisma points < out that all of the fast food restaurants around her LL served fried foodS, but at c z Cafe 22 everything is baked, and nothing is fried. "We officially opened February 14th and right now it's a struggle, because people are still going to the other places. "I want to appeal to them to try eating fresh deli sand wiches, homemade soups, salads, and other healthy foods." Louisma said in an effort to attract more cus tomers starting next year, they will feature a French Caribbean menu. "Being a business owner is tough with the economy being so said Louisma. Cafe 22 is open 6 days a week, Monday through Sat urday, from 11 a. m. until 7 p. m. She invites everyone to come by and judge for them selves what healthy eating is all about. Cafe 22 is on the corner of 22nd Street and Giddens. Ill( c en w :: t-1;: New Mini Market Has Unique Feature w > w c w :::1: en :::l m :: D. z i= w ...I ...1 :: m BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer A little more than 27 years ago, Ahmad was still living on the West Bank of Palestine. Seeking a better life, he moved to New Jersey where he worked in restaurants and operated a lunch truck for 10 years. He later move to Philadelphia, Penn...1 sylvania where he bought his first store. i= "I came to Florida for a 4th ifj of July celebration, and en stayed,' said Ahmad. "I started looking around i:t for a store, and found this 0 one. I opened in September, ii and I'm just waiting for the word to get out." VVhat Ahmad is hoping is that the word gets out that his mini market, sunshine, is more than just a grocery store. "Not only are we fully stocked with grocery items, we have a fresh meat market and deli, and a full kitchen. "We serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and we feel this is a convenience to our customers who don't want to cook when they get home." Ahmad said the Sun shine Mini Market is a one stop business that has almost everything. "You won't find any pork items in my store because I don't eat pork, and I think it's wrong for me to profit and sell it to others. "My store is always very clean and my prices are the lowest anywhere." The Sunshine Mini Mar ket is located at 6908 Karen Court, just off Sligh Avenue and 22nd Street behind the Crab Shack. In The Spotlight KRISTIN You have to be a dynamic individual to keep up with this week's Spotlight feature, Kristin. Not only is this young lady a business owner, she's also involved in other activities that are guaranteed to give her maximum exposure. When it's time to relax, Kristin enjoys spending time with her family and son, and she manages somehow to hang out with her close friends when time permits. Kristin believes the only way tQ be successful is through hard work, and she's definitely not afraid of that. The man in Kristin's life must be strong, ambitious, respectful, mature, and understanding. Congratulations to Kristin as this week's Spotlight feature. If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please e-mail your information and photos to lcrews@flsentinel.com. AUTO ACCIDENT? <( I N ,.... ask gary, a m edical and lawyer referral service FREE HELP LINE I CALL 1-800-275-427 9

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:::D D.J. Helps Communitv Step Into Better Health < BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor m 3: Regardless of the reason, many people suddenly find themselves taking prescription medication For some the prescription may be a life sentence. However, one Tampa disc jockey decided to help residents in the community improve their health through exercise and dance Known as DJ J-Rock, the popular young man will celebrate his third an niversary on Saturday, November 191h. He opened the doors to "Stepping With JRock" simply because of demand. J-Rock said the origin of the exercise program came about while he was performing line dances at events such as parties and weddings. "Because the steps were so flashy and challeng ing, people asked me to teach them the steps while the party was going on. That was almost impossible to do while still trying to keep the party going," he said. The word spread and a group ofladies asked that he visit a social club and teach them the steps. JRock said he did for free and the ladies were so ap preciative that they gave him a donation. bistructor J-Rock, center, is seen with several members of the With J-Rock" class. Shown tD m :::D That was the beginning of something that would have a far-reaching effect. The word spread and JRock began receiving telephone calls from people requesting lessons. J-Rock said, "The purpose of the classes are to help step away high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes by exercising, stretching, dancing, and working on one's flexibility all while having fun." in the photograph are: Jacquie Green, Zahra Magwood, Briana Davis, Thea Biel, Racquel Tucker, Anica Davis, Ingrid Young, Sheryl Fennell, Shanda Benjamin, Kim Levatte, Miss Vladine, Lisa Middleton, 0 Sonia Jones, Meraldine Banks, Sally Muhammed, Corene Parker, Carla Daniels, who is the oldest mem-:!! her, Marinda Jones, and Dorshae Bradley. ;! word spread throughout the community. so many are turned away due to the overcrowdfug. He decided to open the doors of "Steppin With J-Rock" at the Full Business Center, 2909 E Hills borough Avenue, with just three members on No vember 19, 2008. The classes grew rapidly as the Today, men and women from the ages of 13 to 76 attend the sessions three times a week learning Zumba, Aerobics, Jazzercise, and line dances. JRock said the membership is more than 200. How ever, the building's maximum capacity is so people, J-Rock keeps the cast for the classes affordable so that everyone can easily afford to attend. For ad ditional information about the classes contact JRock at (813) 298-6941 or email PROPERTY MANAGEMENT West Florida Wholesale Properties Provides first class property management and affordable prices through its property management division "West Florida Turnkey Property Management" SELL YOUR HOUSE FOR CASH NOW West Florida Wholesa l e Properties LLC can make you a fair cash offer within 24hrs on your property and close the same day WHOLESALE PROPERTIES 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 p roperties move extremely fast because of our rock bqttoril pric i ng. 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 from acquisition and renovation to tenant placement and f ull service property management. WFWP gives it clients ; bOth .. International, peace of mind knowing that they have a first class company working in their comer., to protect their investments and maximize returns. en m z -t z m r tD c: r r z

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aS ffi Florida Classic Special m Stakes High i In Orlando a: LL BY TED TAYLOR Easy victories by Florida A & M and Bethune-Cookman in their respective tune-ups on Saturday afternoon set up the 32nd Florida Classic this year that will be more signifi cant than any in recent mem ory. In Durh'am, N.C., the Rattlers smothered the Eagles of North Carolini Central 31-10, while later in ff: the day the Wildcats were the 0 top-cats clobbering the Savannah State Tigers 59-3 > in Daytona Beach on Senior iCC 0 Day. en F AMU used the running of Eddie Rocker, the touch-1-down radar of Lavante fi: Page and a stout defense to w subdue the Eagles. Rocker Gj gained 128 yards on 17 care ries and Page scored 2 W touchdowns to bring his sea::I: en son total to 14. The defense ::J held the Eagles to 249 total yards 0. B-CU used the legs of surZ prise starting quarterback David Blackwell and run::j ning back Isidore Jackson to lead the win over Savannah State. Blackwell ran for 206 yards on just 6 carries, with 3 touchdown runs covering So, 37 and 59 yards. Jackson scored twice on a 46-yard pass from Blackwell and a run of 7 yards. Fast forward to the big game. Both teams are 7-3 with Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference records of 5-2, good for second place. B-CU is riding a 5-game winning streak while FAMU has a 4game win streak going. Since Norfolk State is the outright conference champion, this Classic is certainly for pride and state bragging rights. Further, the winner will be considered the sole possessor of second-place in the MEAC. Moreover, with a decisive victory by either, there is an outside chance of an invite to the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs now that there has been an expansion to 20 teams. The moment of truth will play out in the Citrus Bowl in Orlando beginning at 2 :30 p. m., Saturday afternoon The winner will make an otherwise disappointing season tolerable, while the loser will experience a long year of misery. --------------------------------------------<( I 'o:t Michael Vick Plaved Game With Two Broken Ribs PHILADELPHIA Michael Vick made no excuses for an awful perfor mance, taking the blame for missing open receivers and throwing poor passes. Perhaps two broken ribs had something to do with it. Vick broke his two lower ribs on the second play of the Eagles' 21-17 loss to Arizona on Sunday. He didn't tell anyone that he was hurt and MICHAEL VICK played through the pain. Vick's status for the next game at the New York Giants ( 6-3) is uncertain. He missed three games last year with a rib cartilage injury. The defending NFC East champion. Eagles (3-6) are going nowhere in a season that began with Super Bowl aspirations. They have now lost five games in which they led in the fourth quarter. NBA Plavers Reiect League's oner, Will Disband The Union NEW YORK -NBA players rejected the league' s latest offer Monday and began disbanding the union, likely jeopardizing the season. Billy Hunter said players were not prepared to agree to David Stern's ultimatum to accept the current proposal or face a worse one, saying they thought it was extremely unfair." And they're aware what this battle might cost them. But it's risky. The league already has filed a pre-emp tive lawsuit seeking to prove the lockout is legal and contends that without a union that collectively bargained them, the players guaranteed contracts could 1egally be voided. Stern, who is a lawyer, had urged players to take the deal on the table, saying it's the BroncosRB Moreno Out For Season With TornACl ENGLE WOOD C o lo Th e injury-marre d season of D e n ve r Bronc o s t ailbac k Knowshon Moreno cam e to a n e nd afte r h e t o r e th e a nt e ri o r cruc i a t e li ga m ent in his ri ght kn ee a t K a n sas Cit y on S unday. Coach John Fox said s urger y i s pla nn e d in the n e ar future Moreno was h arii.p e r e d ea rli e r in th e seaso n b y a naggin g h a m s trin g injur y th a t k e pt him o ut of o n e gam e a nd o n the s id e lin e f or anoth e r While the NBA owners' ultimatums and tone were despicable, the union failed to empower its 400-plus clients. best the NBA could offer and advised that decertification is not a winning strategy Players ignored that warn ing, choosing instead to dis solve its union, giving them a chance to win several billion dollars in triple damages in an antitrust lawsuit Derek Fisher, flanked at a press conference by dozens of players including Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony, said the decision was unanimous. But there were surely players throughout the league who would have preferred union leadership put the proposal to a vote of the full membership instead. Hunter said the NBPA was in the process of converting to a trade association and that all players will be represented in a class-action suit against the NBA by attorneys Jeffrey Kessler and David Boise who were on opposite sides of the NFL labor dispute, Kessler working for the players, Boise for the league.

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Tiger Panners With No Megafight' Between Mannv Fuse Science Pacquiao And Flovd Mavweather Jr. TIGER WOODS A VENTURA, FL. Double Eagle Holdings, Ltd., the parent company of Fuse Science, Inc., announced that it has entered into an exclusive endorsement agreement with Tiger Woods in the sports nutrition and energy categories. Woods will endorse Fuse Science as a primary spokesperson in professional sports. One of the world's most recognizable athletes, Tiger Woods is now "Powered by Fuse." Jackson Speaks After Benching DESEANJACKSON PHILADELPHIA Banish ed from the stadium, DeSean Jackson had to watch his team's latest loss on televi sion. Considering how poorly the Eagles played, that was a harsh punishment. The Pro Bowl receiver spoke to coach Andy Reid and his teammates, and is ready to move forward after being deactivated Sunday because he missed a meeting. Jackson didn' t attend a special teams meeting Saturday morning and was told to stay home the next day . The Eagles lost to Arizona 21-17 to fall to 3-6 in the season. There will be no fight between welterweight champions Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr .. Both Leonard Ellerbe, one of Mayweather's advisors, and Richard Schaefer, Golden Boy Promotions CEO, said that Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank was not interested in negotiating a fight. "We have been informed that Bob Arum is not inter-MANNY PACQUIAO VS. FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR. ested in pursuing a fight between Mayweather and Pacquiao at this time." Mayweather returned to m the ring in September after a 16-month layoff and knocked CIO out Victor Ortiz. Pacquio N beat rival Juan Manuel g Marquez in a controversial majority decision on Saturday night. Schaefer said that he received the news that Arum was not interested in a Pacquiao-Mayweather fight from retired federal judge Daniel Weinstein, who has worked closely with both sides to settle issues in recent years. ...... Penn State Mav Remove Paterno Statue Over Thanksgiving Break r 0 J:l Ul m Penn State plans to remove Joe Paterno's statue from outside Beaver Sadium over Thanksgiving break. Students were reportedly informed of the Paterno statue removal by Penn State professors. The statue lists beneath Paterno's name "Educator. JOE PATERNO Coach. Humanitarian." 2 The 84-year-old legend and winningest c9ach in m Division I football was recently fired by Penn C r State's Board of Trustees for r m his lack of action in the ::j Jerry Sandusky child sex 2 abuse scandal. til r Ci. ::::E rr c:: rr < rr ::::E -<

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Entertainment ,... a: w ::::!: w lawsuit: LaBelle Threw Water At Tot In NYC lobbV > NEW YORK -R&B diva Patti LaBelle hurled curses Q a: I.L and half a bottle of water at a woman and her 18-month-old daughter after a dust-up over parenting in an apartment building lobby, ac cording to a lawsuit filed Mon day and the family's lawyer. LaBelle's publicists and lawyer didn't immediately re spond. The couple live in a Man hattan building where the Grammy Award-winning singer stayed for a time while appearing in the Broadway musical "Fela!" last fall. He said LaBelle chastised Roseanna Monk for letting the toddler take some steps away from the mother as she grappled with some luggage and a car seat in the building's lobby. A f t e r Monk scooped up the child and told LaBelle it was none of her business, the singer allegedly threw water on them from a bottle she was carrying and then allegedly launched into an obscenity filled tirade, he said. The Monks filed a com plaint with police ; no arrests were made The lawsuit which seeks unspecified damages. Rocawear Pulls Jav-z 'OCCUPv' line After Criticism over Proms JAY-Z Jay-Z's Occupy Wall Street T -shirt line has been pulled from Rocawear's website just days after critics slammed the millionaire rapper for cashing in on the movement without promising to share a penny of profits with the 99%. The shirts, stamped with the phrase, Occup y All Streets," first appeared when Russell Simmons tweeted a picture of Jay-Z wearing one backstage at a concert. Rocawear announced on Thursday that it planned to sell the T-shirts for $22, but any trace of garments has now been wiped from the brand' s site. Sir Mix-a-lot's Sonu APP To celebrate the upcoming 20 year anniversary of his Grammy Award-winning hit single "Baby Got Back," veteran rapper Sir Mix-a-Lot is releasing a smartphone app. The Sir Mix-a-Lot app won't be released until May, but the app can be purchased now on iTunes. SIR MIX-A-LOT Spa Owner savs. Nicki Minai. cursed, Threw Monev At Her After waxing A spa owner has come for ward to accuse Nicki Minaj of being a temperamental diva just weeks after the rapper was named in an assault of a maid. Dawn DaLuise of Dawn DaLuise Skin Refinery L.A. is calling out Minaj for being a "te mperamental diva." According to the skincare specialist, the rapper cursed at her after receiving an upper lip and brow wax. After I waxed her eye brows and lip, she started screaming 'Who the f** k do you think you are? 'Look what NICKIMINAJ you did to my damn face! You think this sh*t is worth 170 dollars?"' DaLuise then says the rapper threw wads of cash at her for her services and stormed out.

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., Entertainment :::o Ll Cool J And His Wife Raise $100KForcancerResearch LL COOL J AND FAMILY LL Cool J a,long with his wife, Simone and daughter Italia raised over $10o,ooo for cancer research during an event last weekend. LL hosted the charity event called "Why Fashion Matters." Will.i.am savs Ashanti Will Not Replace _Fergie In Black Eved Peas Will.i.am is refuting claims that Ashanti will be joining Black Eyed Peas. Rumors have been swirling for weeks that Fergie, the lead singer for the group, would be leaving the collec tive and would be replaced by the Rain On Me" singer. According to Will.i.am however, those rumors are untrue. ASHANTIAnd BLACK EYED PEAS Irina working With Rick Ross During a recent interview, Trina announced that she is no longer affiliated with Slip n-Slide and fueled rumors that she would join Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group. Miami's Trina shared that she still has love for Slip-n Slide where she has spent her whole career, but that it's time for a change. When Trina discussed working with Rick Ross, speculation began to build about a possible move to Ross' MMG. Trina did not confirm or den y a mov e to MMG, but will be working with Ross on her next album. Mannie Fresh Talks About Drake's Remake Former Cash Money pro ducer Mannie Fresh has no problem with Drake remak ing Juv e nile's Back That Azz Up." The r e mak e song Practice i s set to appear on Drake's Take Care album that dropping this week, and Mannie Fresh, the pro duc e r of the 1999 Juvenile hit, doesn t mind one bit. I feel like if there was any new artist on Cash Money that des e rves to touch that s ong it's Drake. "Drake called and made sure to say, 'Get in touch with Mannie, giv e him what eve r he wants and make sure the business is straight .' That's all I've ever asked for. T.l.'s New Album Tentativelv Scheduled For Februarv 2012 Release T.I. T.I. fans might not have much of a wait to get the King of The South's new album. As Tip revealed in an in terview his next LP could be here as soon as February, although the Atlanta rapper isn't feeling pressed to finish it. I mean, I don't feel a cer tain amount of pressure to get it done b y a certain time," T.I. said. z 0 < m :!: al m :::0 ., r-0 :!! c )> U) m z ::! z m r-aJ c: r r-z "U c: al r-c;; ::::t m c

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a: w co :!: w z Immortals -A 300-type fantasy film with great action and a lot of killing. Definitely, not for kids. Mickey Rourke makes :!i a good villain. Must see! No. 1 at Box Office. Made $32M. ii: (Budget $75M). **** LL Jack And Jill-Adam Sandler takes on double roles as Jack and Jill in this so-so comedy. This role for Sandler was not really funny like Tyler Perry's Madea. Wait for Video. Made $25M. (Budget N/A). **lf2 Tower Heist Ben Stiller and Eddie Murphy star in this light drama/ comedy caper about a bunch of co-workers who turn the table on a Wall Street swindler. Could have been fun nier, but still good. Made $43M. (Budget $75M). **** A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas Harold and Kumar finally get this one right after 2 previous over the top movies. Pretty funny. Made $23M. (Budget $19M). ***112 The Three Musketeers (2011) -The same story, but dif ferent actors and more effects. The kids will love it. Wait for the video. Made $19M (Budget $75M). **112 Puss In The Boot -A spin-off from the Shrek franchise, Puss (voice of Antonio Banderas) set out to find the golden egg that will make his dreams come true. Dream works got this one right Must-see for the kids. Made $108M. (Budget $130M) **** In Time-Justin Timberlake stars in this futuristic/action movie about surviving before your time runs out. The wealth here isn't money it's time. Different Surprisingl y good. Made c $3oM. (Budget $40M). **** a: Paranormal Activity 3 This is the best of the franchise. LL The movie provides more scare and children are involved. c z Only 1 hr. and 20 min., so everything happens fast. Made preacher (Dennis Quaid). Made $48M. (Budget $24M). **** ffi Real Steel-Charlie (Hugh Jackman) and his son (Dakota > Goyo) came through in this rock em, sock' em robot familyjacw tion film. The special effects with the robots were great. Made c w $81M. (Budget N/A) *-"H Dolphin Tale This movie is based on a true story about ::J a dolphin who had to deal with a prosthetic tail. A good story CO for the kids. Made $69M. (Budget $37M) ***112 ::J a.. The Help Viola Davis (actress) and Octavia Spencer z (supporting actress) s hould win Oscars for their roles as Black tu Maids in the early 6os. This movie is a must-see, but will piss ...J you off, make you cry all in one. Made $167M. (Budget S $25M).**** co RATINGS : ****-Very Good I ***-Good I **-Average I *-Wait For Soaps BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Jackie pulls a hesitant Nick into her scheme; Ridge interrupts Hope and Liam's private conversation; Brooke an!l Steffy have a heated argument about the way Steffy tricked Liam into marrying her. Pam and Nick strike a deal and seal it in an unusual way; Hope turns to Thomas for comfort; Ridge attempts to sugarcoat some news for Brooke; Thomas and Steffy compare notes about their progress with Hope and Liam DAYS OF OUR LIVES-Sami lashes out at Rafe while EJ takes his anger out on Stefano; Austin's report on Alice's mystery leads Bo and Hope to Stefano; Johnny's kidnapping and John's case each receive major blows. Rafe makes a breakthrough in the investigation; EJ and Sami are glued to their TV sets waiting for news; John delivers his plea in court. GENERAL HOSPITAL -Tracy and Lulu get shocking news; Jason remains resolute to track down Franco; Maxie receives a dozen red roses. Luke has a setback; Steve and Maggie discuss their past; Carly and Sonny spar over Kate. ONE LIFE TO LIFE-Aubrey worries that Rex has fallen pl,"ey to another one of Critter's schemes; Jessica feels guilty for not coming forward with the new paternity test sooner. Todd and Baker put their plan in motion; Rex and Aubrey fly to Rio; Cutter has a surprising connection to a former Uanview resident. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Kevin stands up to Victor; Cane debates sharing Billy's secret with Jill. Victoria demands explanations from Billy; Neil regrets proposing to Sofia. Horoscopes Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You'll be offered greater responsibility and a chance to show what you can do There's a test! You're up to it Focus, breathe deep and smile. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)-Your capacity to listen to others and adapt is greatly appreciated You're growing as a person to the point that you could use a new plan Think, again. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-Escape the chaos for a little privacy. You're entering an intense busi ness phase, with budget compromise, decisions and investments. The outcome could be positive. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Listen graciously to a partner's idea It may actually tum out to be brilliant. Your ability to work together with others increases your harvest. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) Get back in action, even if it seems like you're getting nowhere. Rome wasn't built in a day. Woody Allen said, "So percent of success is showing up." Aries (March 21-April19)-Keep communication channels open, especially with family. You're very persuasive now. Finimcial prospects are hot and lucky changes are in the works. Relax and enjoy. Taurus (April 20-May 20) Better stay at home, or at least avoid large expenditures. Don't let money worries get in the way of love. Be alert and flexible Clean house. Movie night with friends? .Gemini (May 21-June 21)-The next two c;lays are good for making changes at home Add color, co ziness and the perfect touches for upcoming gatherings. Willing helpers step in. Cancer (June 22-July 22) -Resourcefulness is the nanie of the game. Abundance is yours, especially if y ou're willing to redefine what it means. Try something different Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)-You look good and feel better. There are intriguing opportunities for you and someone close to you. You' re on top of the world. Acknowledge your team; they re behind you. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Big deadline pressure ma y be heating up. Follow-up and completion leases steam. There 's energy for expansion, but you could get in your own way. Delegate, if possible. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22)-Instead of waiting for the storm to pass what about dancing in the rain? You could invite friends and get soake d Th e n hot cocoa near a fire is nice. .-813 Lessons teamed 'Losing Evervthing While Gaining Nothing' Lesson23 Bv Laurel Johnson-Page SUMMARY: Sometimes we ne ve r know a good thing until it's gone. Mia finally realizes that the father of her children will no longer be waiting in the wing for her. After she sees that Jay is serious about marrying his longtime girlfriend, Sahara, Mia tries everYthing including sex to interfere with his plans to wed. Fighting her true feelings and refusing to let go, Mia threatens to share their secret. How far will she go to stop Jay from marrying Sahara? Vickie b egi ns to feel the wrath ofTonya' s anger for sleeping with her husband. After word has been spread throughout the office Vickie receives shocking news about her promotion. Join the Ladi es of 813 in this week s article 813 Lessons Learned "Losing Everything While Gaining Nothing" at flse ntinelnow.com.

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MRS. PAULINE JACKSON Homegoing services for Mrs. Pauline Jackson of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, November 11, 2011, will be held on Saturday November 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Rivers of Life Church, 301 Lakewood Drive, Brandon, FL, Pastor Swafford, officiating. Interment will be held in Orange Hill Cemetery. Pauline Jackson was born March 4, 1927, in Havana, FL. She was affiliated with Oak Hill Missionary Baptist Church. Pauline believed in the almighty power of prayer and eJ\joyed gardening, home decorating and dancing. Her greatest love was her children. She was preceded in death by: her husband, Robert L. Jackson Sr.; parents, Eugene and Madie Curtis; brothers, Cortest and Eugene Curtis, Jr.; sister, Minnie Lee Curtis; and granddaughter, Ayesha Harrison. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: children, Twanda Roberts (Charles), Shahidah Aquil, Madie Crawford (Henry), Archie L. Harrison, Jr. (Gail), Mancel Harrison, Yolanda Collins (Roger), Robert L. Jackson, Jr., Robin Favors (Johnnie), Thomasina Bryant (Willie), Warren Jackson (Elizabeth) and Dansenia Gaddie (James, Sr.); grandchildren, Monica Jackson, Phillip Clark, Jr. (LaToya), Andre Scott (Briahn), Yasin Aquil (Aston), Ali Aquil (Chiquila), Abdur-Rahman Aquil (Jessica), Zarinah Aquil (Muddasar), Tauheeda Aquil (Mansur), Taqwa Aquil (Esmaeel), Mohammad Aquil (Nejat), Siddiq Aquil (Aidah), Idris Thomas, Arthur Shepherd (Nicole), Archie Harrison, Adriant Harrison, Facunda Watson (Rollin), Ayana Williams (Jason), Perys Pruitt (Dorothy), Karawn Pruitt (Veronica) Richelle Collins, Tiffany Jackson, Tony Wilson, Ebonee Wilson, Jamal Jackson, Antwan Jackson (NaOntae), Shauna Cochran (Julius), Trinee Jackson, Shanelle Jackson, Joshua Newton, Jasmine Gaddie and James Gaddie, Jr.; 41 great grandchildren; brother, James Curtis, Sr. (Frances); sister, Lillian Combes (Willie B); and a host of other relatives and special friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MOTHER EMMA LEE GROOMS Homegoing services for Mother Emma Lee Grooms, who was called home by the Lord on Sunday, November 13, 2011, will be held on Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Brown's Memorial Church of God In Christ, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, with Bishop, Matthew Williams, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Emma was born April 19, 1926 in Midway, Alabama, and reared in Cuthbert, Georgia, by the late Fletcher and Emma Johnson Owens. She relocated to Tampa with her late husband, Walter Lee Grooms in the early fifties. Emma was a member of Brown's Memorial Church of God In Christ where she served as a dutiful and faithful member of the Adult Women's Sunday School Class and a member of the Mother's Board. After her retirement as an elevator operator at the University of Tampa she became a childcare provider, where she provided care for many members' children in her church as well as family and friends' little ones. She was a cheerful giver, loving and caring child of God. She was preceded in death by: her youngest son, Frank Grooms; grandson, Clifford Grooms, Jr.; brothers, Eugene Owens and Fletcher Owens; sister, Annie B. Owens; mother-in-law and father-inlaw, Angeline and Cornelius Grooms; sisters-in-law, Geneva Johnson and Gertha Graddy; brothers-in-law, William Graddy, Kaiser Grooms, Robert Thomas Grooms and Dave Starling; and nephew, William Graddy, Jr. She leaves to cherish her memory: daughter, W. Louise Holder (Bennie, Ret. Police Chief); two sons, Arthur James Grooms (Patricia) and Clifford Grooms, all of Tampa; grandchildren, Rodney Holder (Tracy), Kia Holder, Marlon Wright, Myron Grooms (Tonya), Arthcnia Rutledge (John, Jr.), Traietta Donshcll Harris, Octavious Grooms (Shay) and Cornelious Green, all of Tampa; great grandchildren, Rodney, Jr., KiAngcla and Bcnccia Holder, Myron, Jr., Myrion, Mickel, Mya and Myrce Grooms, Joshua, Jamie and John Rutledge, III, Tramarcus, Trent, Jr. and Trcndaja Harris, Cory, Travis and Porshc Grooms, Marquisha Wright, Nathan Cogland and Kanenal Green and Tre' h Ford, all of Tampa, and Maquesha Davis of Columbus, GA; sister, Ruby Collier (James) of Tampa; brother, James Owens of Columbus GA; special friends, Mother Hattie Wilson, and Elder and Mother Atkins; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday from s-8 p. m. The family and friends arc asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME BRO. KALIP HALL, JR. Homegoing celebration for Bro. Kalip Hall, Jr., who passed away early Tuesday morning, November 8, 2011, at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, will be held Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a.m. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, 3005 E. Ellicott Street, Rev. Dr. T. W. Jenkins, pastor, with Minister Bruce Bryant, officiating. Interment will be held Monday, November 21, 2011, at 11:30 a. m., at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, FL. Bro. Kalip Hall, Jr., was born in Summerall, Louisiana, on November 25, 1924, to the late Kalip Hall, Sr. and Betty Mae Miller Hall. He grew up and was educated in the public schools in Summerall, Louisiana. He joined the United States Army and served from 1942 to 1945, and 1946 to 1951, as a truck driver. PFC and Specialist Kalip Hall, Jr., fought in World War II in the Southern Philippines. He was honored with the Bronze Star in the Liberation of the Southern Philippines Ribbon and the World War II Victory Medal. During the time he was serving his country, he met and married Sarah King and after discharge from the U. S. Army, he relocated to Tampa, and was employed with the City of Tampa and retired in 1989. He was preceded in death by: his wife, Sarah Hall; parents, Kalip and Betty Hall, Sr.; a brother; and 2 sister, Mynells Hall. He leaves to cherish memories: special niece, Essie Lee Streater; devoted caregivers, great nieces, Willie Mae Williams and great-great niece, Essie Jackson, Maria Reed (Bernard) and Laquanda Smith; great-greatgreat nephews, Floyd Youmans and 0. J.; nephew, Charlie "Billie:" Jelks, Arizona; great nephews, Jimmie (Annette) Jackson, Joe (Juliann) Harris, Wiley (Lavern) Streater, Tom (Georgia) Streater and James Streater; great nieces, Rosa (Nemal) Rolle, Mattie Bea (Clay) Armstrong and Barbara Rivers, all of Tampa; and a host of other great-great nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. Special acknowledgement to LifePath Hospice -Indigo Team, and staff at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital; and good friend, Myrtle Bruton. He was an active and avid member of the Senior's Fair Oaks Recreation Center. Visitation will be held Friday, November 18, 2011, at Jackson Funeral Home, 4605 N. 34th Street, from 5-7 p.m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. Funeral cortege will form at 3622 E. Clifton St. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. MR. ROYAL BENJAMIN SMITH Homegoing celebration for Mr. Royal Benjamin Smith will be held Saturday, November 19 2011, at 11 a. m. at God's Side Progressive M. B. Church, 5101 E. MLK Blvd., Pastor Danny C. Osborne, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Viewing will be held Friday, November 18, 2011, at God's Side Progressive M. B. Church, from 5-8 p. m. The wake will be held from 6-7 p. m. Royal BeJ\jamin Smith was born on January 29, 1941 and passed away November 8, 2011. He was born and attended schools in Thonotosassa and Hillsborough County, FL. He was preceded in death by: his father, BeJ\jamin J. Smith; mother, Pauline Brown; stepmother, Wtllie Mae Smith; brother, Samuel Smith; and two sisters, Maria Barkley and Priscilla Smith. He leave8 to cherish his memory; daughter, JoAnn (Clarence); four grandchildren, Tyrone, Kia (Yolanda), Shantea and Antonio, all of Seffner, FL. He also leaves: aunts, uncles, a host of nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, family and friends. He also leaves 3 special friends: Peggie, Mr. Chaney and Willie Huggins. Arrangements entrusted to JACKSON FUNERAL HOME. THANK YOU SGT. SERGEANT JONATHAN LANE From mother, Brinnie Lane and family with arms open wide with a great big smile. We extend our love and thanks to all of you that shared in our time of bereavement. Thank you. Sgt.ScrgeantJonathan Lane, be at rest. SISTER SUSIE 'MEME' HICKS Sister Susie "Meme" Hicks of Tampa, passed away Wednesday, November 9, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Jean V. Stowers Davis, nfficiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Sister Susie Hicks was born March 21, 1913, in Dawson County, Georgia, to the late Marcellus and Susie Collins ., Hicks. r-She attended school in 0 Dawson County, Georgia, and :xl accepted Christ at an early C age. After moving to Tampa, )I she joined New Hope Mission-Cll ary Baptist Church where the m late Rev. John w. Willis was _,_z pastor. She later became a member at Mt. Olive Mission-2 ary Baptist Church under the J!J pastorate of Rev. C. P. Epps. a1 Sister Hicks attended c: church faithfully until her rhealth failed. She was a part rof the Wee Bankers and the !!j Charmettes organization. z Susie Hicks had three loving caregivers: her son, Mr. "t1 M:.dDe:: McBride and Ms. Cathy J. (i.i Hicks. She was preceded in death m by her husband, Mr. Alton 0 Hicks. m She leaves to cherish her < fond memories: son, Mr. m Broadus Hicks (Gloria); five grandchildren, Mr. MichaelS. -4 Hicks, Sr. (Delonia), Mrs. c: Debra Hicks McBride m (Robert), Mr. Gregory Hicks, CJ) Ms. Cathy J. Hicks and Mrs. 0 Janice Hicks Williams (John, Sr.); eight great grandchil-):> dren, Ms. Cynthia Hicks, Mr. z Michael S. Hicks, Jr. 0 (Cleshoundra), Mr. Derrick "TT Hicks, Mr. Antonio Hicks, Mr. Ricco A. Hicks, Mr. Reshard Hicks, Mr. John Williams, Jr. and Ms. Olivia Williams; nine great-great grandchildren; two nephews, Mr. Theo Lyles, Sr. and Mr. Marcellus Lyles, Sr. (Joann); niece, Ms. JeanS. Massey; 3 great nieces, Mrs. Juanita Johnson, Mrs. Yolinda Anderson and Mrs. Yolanda Walton (Lewis); five great-great nieces and three great-great nephews; and a host of other sorrowing nephews, nieces and cousins. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, November 18, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com

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c fE I:SllDIIOvver early 1951, Mable mar- Ball, Mable Marie W Apostle Cynthia C Forde, Calvin Ball, Jarvis (Betsy) Ball, Fe-Ball, and J osalyn Loango; stepdaugh-Phebie, Tina, and Bev-:::;, Q. z t= w .... .... :::;) m cook their favorite dishes, especially during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. We will all miss our favorites, Ms. Mable' s Famous Sweet Potato pies, Turkey and Dressing. She was a faithful member of Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, serving as a church greeter and cook whenever she was needed. After retirement Mable served as a volunteer with the American Legion Auxiliary and the Veterans Hospital. During her retirement of more than 20 years, she was able to spend time traveling and cruising all over the world. Cherished memories abounding in the love of a grandmother will be left with: her grandchildren, Derrick Ball, Tarvi R. Smith, Cedric Ball, Lonnie (Sherita) Tingle, Tapeeka Miller, Tammara (Latoya) Miller, Tavia (Carlos) Goodman, Damion (Tammara) Hunt, Clenden Ball, Jarvis Ball, Jr., Calvin Ball, Jr., Thomas and Brittany Philson, Alvisha Miller, Mario Ball Marlon Williams, Ball, Mijuan Ball, Keo n Ball, Vinshaun Scott, Ashley Williams and Arica Loango;greatgrandchildren, Nijae, Lorenzo, Tamarcus, Tiana, India, Carlos, Carlaiyah, Terek, Damion, Jr., Jamisha, Davion, Tia, Corey, Yartez, Mario, Jr., lmari, Jada, Kelis, Jordyn, Aniya, Rihanna, Lonnie, Ill, Kamree, Latianya, Khalil, Kaury, Kaileigh, Horace, Danae, Helene, Deandreo and Kenisha. She also leaves memories in the hearts and minds of: her brothers and sisters, Pastor Willie Moore, Daniel "Pete" (Earlene) Moore, Sallie LeCount, Johnnie (Christine) Moore, Lena (Carl) Regis, Bobbie (Paulette) Moore, Jackie Robinson (Lisa) Moore, Albert (Vicky) Moore, Mary (Gerald) Moore and Brenda (Horace) Donald; sisters-in-law, Sharon Canady, Melinda Hayes and Elease Moore; her cousin, Cleveland Thomas; and numerous nieces and nephews. She also leaves to mourn a host of additional relatives and friends that include the Central Park Village family. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, November 18, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, jot N. Howard Avenue, and the family will receive friends from 7:30-8:30 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com
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Mr. George Powell, Jr. of 1601 Idell Street, passed away Saturday, November 12, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Rev. Dr. Gareth Murray, officiating. Interment will take in Laurel Grove Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia. Mr. George Powell was a native of Savannah, 'Georgia, and a resident of Tampa for 28 years. He graduated from Williams College in Williamstown, Pennsylvania. He had been employed as an Economic Development Manager at Boone, Young and Associates and as a Program Director at Central City Family YMCA. He leaves to cherish his memory: his mother, Mrs. Leonarda Powell; daughter, Garvey Powell; two sisters, Diane Powell Murray (Gareth, Sr.) and Lynn Oakman; brother, Gary Powell; devoted companion, Belinda Carter; and a number of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. The remains will repose from 6-8 p. m., Friday, November 18, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com A celebration of life service for Mr. Charon Aliem Shaw of Tampa, who passed away on Wednesday, November 9, 2011, will be held on Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 2 p; m. at the Brown Memorial Church of God in Christ, 2313 East 27th Avenue, Bishop Matthew Williams, pastor, with Rev. A. D. Shaw, Senior Pastor of Shekinah Glory Cathedral Church of God in Christ, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mr. Shaw is survived by: his children, Jamonate Hammond-Shaw, Chariel Anita Shaw, Camaron Shaw and Zekiah D. Shaw; mother, Anita D. Shaw-Mitchell; father, George E. Shaw (Jeraldine); grandmother, Carolyn Hardy; siblings, Craig A. Rosado-Shaw (Dr. Sybil) and Rev. A. D. Shaw (Michon); godmother, Hattie Crespo; and a host of other loving family members. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Friday, November 18, 2011, in the Brown Memorial Church Annex Building, 2313 E. 27th Avenue, Tampa, 33605, and on Saturday, November 19, 2011, from 1 p. m. until the time of the service. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 N. Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com IN lOVING MEMORY OF OUR MOTHER MRS. SHEILA GREEN WILLIAMS Mother, it's been five years since God called you home. We miss you so much and you will forever be in our hearts. Mom, we are keeping our promise to you to take care of each other and help one another stay strong and have faith in God. You have built a strong bond between us and we are making it stronger. We love you so much and miss the joy you brought to the family From: your children, Tanquitta, Shanta, Keshia, Kinra, Alonzo, Fred, Jeremiah and Duane; mother, Betty Green; and the Williams and Green family members. MS. GWENDOLYN ROSE RICHARDSON GODFREY On Tuesday, November 8, 2011, God found it best to call Ms. Gwendolyn Rose Richardson Godfr:ey from labor to reward. A celebration of life for Ms. Godfrey will be held on Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a.m. at St. John Progressive Missionary Baptist Church, 2504 East Chipco, Tampa, with Rev. Donald Jones, Sr., officiating, and Rev. B. Banks, pastor. Interment will follow at Rest Haven Cemetery, 4615 East Hanna, Tampa. Ms. Godfrey attended Blake High School. She was a CNA and held a dietary license. She was preceded in death by: her father, Russell Gaines; mother, Verna Rose Turner Richardson; uncle, George Turner; granddaughter, Monica Godfrey-Jones; and cousin, Tonita Turner Grice. She leaves sweet and loving memory with: sons, David (Lisa), Frederick (Cheryl), and Walter (Valerie) Godfrey; daughters, Angelina (Charles) Smith, Felecia Sims, Kimberly Godfrey and Sylvia Godfrey; sibling, Carolyn; aunt, Joyce (John) Austin; brothers-inlaw, James (Ella Mae) Godfrey and Isaac Godfrey; sisters-in-law, Margaret Godfrey and Bobbie Jean Godfrey; grandchildren, Jarvis (Deshawnte), Russ, Jason, Jermaine, LaToya, Zandra, Cortney, Eduardo, Brittany, Malik, Charles, Jr., Jamillia, Emari, Lexi, Desmond and Chaviera; great grandchildren, Xiomari, Zariah, Ja'Leah, Ja'Nyiah, Joseph, Jr., Jeremiah, Unique and Ja'Lisa; special friends, Alton Jones, Mrs. Ruby Williams and Bruce Williams (Trina); and other sorrowing relatives and friends. The remains will repose at Stone's Memorial Funeral Home, 5016 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, from 6-8 p. m. Family and friends are asked to assemble at the church at 10:45 a. m. on Saturday, November 19, 2011. Arrangements entrusted to Stone's Memorial Funeral Home. "A FANNIE B. STONE TRADffiONAL SERVICE" MR.SAADIQ RASHEED 'SAMMY' MINOR Funeral service for Mr. Saadiq Rasheed Minor, whose nickname was "Sammy," who passed away on November 14, 2011, will be held Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at Revelation Community Missionary Baptist Church, 7225 E. Chelsea Street, Tampa, with the pastor, Dr. Gregory Robinson, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. He was preceded in death by: his great grandparents, James and Thelma Minor, Robert and Sara Toombs and Annie Toombs; and uncle, Ervin Miller. Fond memories will remain with: his mother, Yolanda McCrimmon (Larry); father, Alphonzo Stoutimire; brother, Monroe Parks, III; sister, Tyesha Thomas;-stepsisters, Chasity Comer, Kenisa, Fairrin, Jonisha, LaNitra McCrimmon and Cynthia .Jones; stepbrother, Maliek McCrimmon; grandmother, Lillie Toombs-Minor; grandfather, Iva Minor (Loretta Gilbert); nephews, Monroe Parks, IV, Darius and Demetrius Miller; nieces, Angel and Mariah Parks; aunts, 1st Sgt. Retired; Vanessa Mitchell (Atlanta, GA), Minister Colette Avant (George), Fern Dorsey (Robert), Iris Minor-Hayes (Nathan), Monique Andrews (Andre') of Champions Gate, Florida, Latrella Stoutimire and Marsha McCalister; uncle, Richard Relford (Arlisa); cousins, James, Shannon, JaNessa, Georgette, Toreka, Rochelle, Daniel, Frederick, Jonathan, Savana Grace, Delton, lsiaiah, Chane}, Dominique, Mar'Shanna, Erin, Marlon, Tromonte, Shayla Tolbert, J'Queen, J'mani, Jelina and Jazzlyn; six great uncles and seven great aunts; a host of other cousins including, the Minors, Billings, Harvey, Toombs, Monroe, Goins and Stoutimire families; other family and special friends, Gary Mitchell, Dee Dee and David; godmothers, Rene Celerin, Delories Randolph; and a host of other sorrowing relatives and friends. A native of Tampa, Mr. Minor had resided here all of his life. Saadiq attended the public schools of Hillsborough County, graduating from Chamberlain High School, Class of1996 Saadiq enjoyed talking on the phone, traveling and spending time with his family and friends. The remains will repose at Wilson Funeral Home on Friday, November 18, 2011, from 5-8 p.m. Friends are asked to assemble at the church on Saturday, November 19, 2011 at approximately 10:45 a. m., Saturday. "A WILSON'S SERVICE" www.wilson-funernlbome.com MRS. CARRIE LYNCH Mrs. Carrie Lynch passed away Monday, November 7, 2011. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, November 19, 2011, at 11 a. m. at St. Paul AME Church, 330 Center St., Winter Garden, FL, Rev. Frankie Massey, officiating. There will be a viewing from 2:30-5:00 p. m., Friday, November 18, 2011, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue, Tampa. Marvin C. Zanders Funeral home, Inc., 232 W. Michael Gladden Blvd., Apopka, FL, (407) 886-3388 '11 (office), (407) 886-5656 (fax). 1 "A ZANDERS SERVICE" 0 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANNIE RUTH WALL November 19, 1947 Happy birthday to Annie Ruth Wall, a.k.a., 'Black Gal.' We love and miss you dearly. Love, family and friends. IN lOVING MEMORY OWANDAHICKS We miss and love you dearly and you'll never be forgotten. From, your mom and dad, Grown and Gary; your sister and' brother, DeeDe and Tank; and kids, KayKay, PeePee and Lil Ced. God loves you and so do we. ::0 c )> (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r rm :::! z ., c: m l en ::::t m c m < m c: m (/) c )> z c ., :!:! c

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-r----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FYI Cards of Thanks THROUGHOUT OERNITY Scholarships Available For Charm School a] > 0 z >=< c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w :::) ... > a: w > w c w :::z::: en ::::i m :::) Q. z ti ...J ...J :::) m ...J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ...J u. COLLIS REDDICK, JR. You never lose the one you love, they forever stay in your hearts. Love, your mom, children, sisters, cousins and aunts. IN MEMORIAM WILLIE MAE MOORE 11/17/1925-3/17/2001 There is not a day that goes by that you are not missed by: your children, grandchildren, great grand and great-great grandchildren We miss you very much. REMEMBERING DADDY MR. CHARLIE MADDOX November 13, 2002 Dad, it seems like yesterday, but nine years have quickly < goneby. N What could we do on that sad morning, all we could do C\1 was cry. w Tears still fall from time to time and oh how we miss you so. We will hold on to all that love and never let go. Loving you, the Maddox family. EARLIEST 'WILL' WILLIAMS November 21, 1971 Have you ever been to a homegoing service in a "white" Christian church and the family marched in to Kool & The Gang's fun-loving song, "Celebrate Good Times, Come on!" No, these were not Black folks! But, we were all brothers and sisters in Christ celebrating the life of a dearly beloved who had blessed his family, friends and }iis Savior, Jesus Christ. Yes, it was a celebration oflife; the table had been spread, and the feast of the Lord was going on! Daddy, this marks your 40th year in eternity and tooth birthday observance in December! Yes, there is a celebration going on and it will last throughout eternity! We celebrate Christ because you were a gift from God to us. We celebrate because you and Mama are safe in His arms. We celebrate, with great expectancy, that all of God's children will get together one day; to crown Him and praise Him throughout eternity! Will we see you there one day, too? Precious Memories, from: Leatricia, Earliest "Bro," Valretha, Maggie, Norma, Michelle, Juanita and the grandchildren. Here today, Miss Reba's Charm School For Girls (ages 8-15 years old), has 20 scholarships available. There will be an introductory session on Saturday, November 19, 2011, 10 a. m. at 6323 US Highway 301, Riverview (inside Covenant Family Church), near Progress Village. For more information, please call Miss Reba at (813) 685-6242. Feed The s,ooo Program The Feed The 5,000 Program, founded by Dr. Ala Nelson-Vickers Past9r at Holy Outreach House Of Prayer Assembly Church, will be doing its annual feeding on Saturday, November 19, 2011, beginning at 11 a. m. at the church, 2918 E. Osborne Ave. National Secret Service savs Bullet Hit White House WASHINGTON -The U.S. Secret Service says it has found a bullet that hit an exterior window of the White House and was stopped by ballistic glass. An additional round of ammunition was found on the exte rior of the White House. The bullets were found Tuesday. The discovery follows reports of gunfire near the White House on Friday. Witnesses heard shots and saw two speeding ve hicles in the area. An AK -4 7 rifle was also recovered The Secret Service said it has not conclusively connected Fri day's incident with the bullets found on the White House grounds. U.S. Park Police have an arrest warrant out for Oscar Ortega-Hernandez, who is believed to be connected to Fri day's incident planned tomorrow. From one second to the next, everything changes ... Ufe is full of chances. Your funeral doesn't have to be one of them. Make prearrangements today and you can feel confident that your family and your last vvishes are in good hands. Call us to discuss your prearrangement options.

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Crime: :!! Police Search For suspect In Two Store Robberies This is a surveillance photo of the 29th Street robbery. Tampa Police are asking for help in tracking down a sus pect who robbed two stores, shooting a clerk during one of the robberies. Police said the first robbery occurred November 12th at the Ponce De Leon Store, 3209 22nd Street. In that robbery, police said a man walked into the store at 8:12 p. m. and pointed a gun at a cashier and two other employees. The suspect reportedly forced two employees to the ground, and then jumped over the front counter. He demanded money while pointing the gun at all three employees, police said. After getting the money, the suspect fled. None of the employees were hurt. On Tuesday, police said a suspect entered the 29th Street Store, 2802 29th Street, and pointed a gun at the owner, demanding money. The owner reportedly gave the suspect money, but the sus pect demanded more and shot the clerk. The s suspect fled and the victim was transported to a local hospital in seri ous, but stable condition. The suspect is described as a Black male, 5'5" tall, and armed with a large automatic handgun with a flashlight or possible laser light sight fixed beneath the barrel. Huey Johnson, who owns the Ponce De Leon Store, said the store has been open only for a few months, and they have had no problems. "I don't actually work at the store, but I have family mem bers watching over things. "Right now I'm having the security system upgraded, and I'm considering hiring an armed guard for the holiday season." Arrest Made In Death Of Man Found Behind Gas Station BRANDON JONES The Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office reports that on Monday at 10:15 p. m a man was killed for cigarette money. Brandon Jones, 27, and Huayvez Gomez-Mejia, 25 were at the BP Gas Station on Fletcher Avenue when Jones confronted Gomez-Mejia and punched him in the side of the head with his fist. Deputies said Jones was trying to knock GomezMejia unconscious so he could steal his money to buy a pack of cigarettes. GomezMejia fell to the ground and $8 and a cell phone were allegedly taken from him. The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office performed an autopsy and classified Gomez-Mejia's death as a homicide due to the blunt force trauma to the head. At 11 p. m the store clerk at the station notified deputies a man was laying on the ground behind the station. When deputies arrived, they found Gomez-Mejia dead. Jones was arrested at his home without incident and is being held without bond on charges of first-degree murder and robbery. UNCLE SANDY ... Allow yourself the chance 7, 9, 14, 18 to be successful 22, 26, 29, 30 and ignore the obstacles 33, 35 39, 44 in your path of failure 46 49, 50, 53 c Gun Charge Nets Convicted Felon 18-Year Sentence z m s:: Ill m J:J A 35-year-old man was sentenced to 18 years for shooting at motorists as he drove down Interstate 4 He entered a guilty plea on July 27th. According to the U. S. Attorney's Office, on August 17, 2009, several motorists in Hillsborough and Polk Counties reported that a man was driving erratically on Interstate 4 At some point, motorists told police that the man began firing shots at other vehicles as he traveled MARIO LEE BROWN ... Sentenced to 18 Years in Federal prison the interstate. g; Police located the vehicle N and able to stop it. The dri-g ver was identified as Mario ...... Lee Brown, of Pinellas County. During a search of the vehicle, an AK-47 assault rifle and several spent shell casings were located. Brown was charged under the felon in possessi .on of a firearm statute. Judge James D. Whittemore sentenced Brown to 18 years in federal prison on the charge. Judge Revokes Bond On Man Accused 01 Shooting Cousin r-0 :!! On Tuesday, Judge J.D. Timmerman revoked the bond of a man accused of shooting his cousin last year. Derral Lavon Hamilton, was charged with attempted murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm in December 2010. The charges were the result of Hamilton arguing with his cousin, Cuwissie Hamilton, 31, in the Bsoo block of Semmes Street. DERRAL HAMILTON Police said during the argu-en m ment, Derral Hamilton z pulled out a handgun and shot his cousin m Cuwissie Hamilton had rbeen takeri to a nearby store Ill c: after he was shot, and later r-transported to a local hospi-J;; w z Officers talked Derral Hamilton into turning him-self in after the shooting. Ill Derral Hamilton is now being held without bond. :I: m c Person Otlnterest In Double Homicide Found Shot m < m -4 c: m en c RUBEN BROOKS Plant City Police reported that a person of interest in the murders of two people was shot Tuesday night. On November 12th, Plant city Police were called to the home of Faye McClain Kitchen. When they arrived they found her and Shannon L. Thomas dead. During the course of their investigation, homicide detectives developed an inter est in Ruben J. Brooks, 37, and wanted to talk to him about the shootings. Brooks was found shot Tuesday night and is still in the hospital recovering from his injuries. Investigators believe Brooks was shot in retalia tion for the double murders. No arrest has been made in the Brooks shooting, and both incidents are still under !;: investigation. 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FLORIDA SENTINEL FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18,2011 B Deltas Host 'Strengthening Our Future, Moving Our lids' Event On Saturday November sth 2011, members of the Tampa Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., hosted "Strengthening Our Future, Moving Our Kids." The event took place at Howard W. Blake High School. Some of the activities those in attendance participated in included relay races, a kickball tournament, healthy food samples and Diabetes Prevention & Control classes. (Photographs By Toby Scott). Stephanie Williams, Ja'teajna Myles, Shaunteria Dye, Jazmine Williams, and Emani Daniels had' a great time and showed their support by wearing their "Strengthening Our Future Moving Our Kids" shirts. / J ameka Taylor and Shawnette Singleton attended the event. Brittan Wright and Rhonda Flowers attended the event sponsored by the Tantpa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. DJ Gram Evil and DJ Rock It Rod provided the music for the event. 1'Jih Annual 'Miss Haiti' Cultural Pageant Held Recently, members of the communitY gathered at the University Community Center. The purpose of the gathering was the Annual "Miss Haiti" Cultural Pageant, hosted by the University of South Florida's Club Creole (Photography b y Isaac Parsons). -Ms. Jessica Leo is the President of the Creole Club located on the campus of the University of South Florida. Ms. Lisa Duperou served as the NegMawon Committee Chairperson. Three of the young ladies competing for the title were Cindy Phillippe, Prime Sam, and Lisa Cadet. The contestants were beautifully dressed and put on an exciting show. D.J. Mix provided the music, lights and sound for the pageant. Ms. Vanessa Polche and Ms. Stephanie Aldelson were CoChairpersons for the 17"' Annual "Miss Haiti" Cultural Pageant held recently. Some family members traveled to show their support. One family who came from Ft. Lauderdale were Sophie Simeon, Mariana Philippe, Wesley Philippe, Mina Philippe, and Chaina Philippe.

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f1S .,... a: w m ::E w > 0 z Congresswoman Files Bill To Rename Post Oftice After Abe Brown ).:' cc c a: LL a: Several community citi zens joined the family of the late Rev. Abraham Brown recently when Congresswoman Kathy Castor announced that she had filed a bill in the U. S. House of Representatives to have the Produce Station Post Office renamed after Rev. Brown. Rev. Brown died in September 2010 after serv ing the Tampa Community for many years. He was an educator for the Hillsborough County School System, a football coach, dean of students at Chamberlain High School when_ Cong. THE LATE REV. ABE BROWN Castor was a student there, founded the Prison Crusade Ministries, renamed Abe Brown Ministries, and he was the pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill. The Produce Station Post Office, 2810 E. Hillsborough Ave., was included this summer on a list of post offices under consideration to be closed. With the help of Cong. Castor and an outpouring from the East Tampa community, the post office was removed from the study list and will remain open. (Photography by BRUNSON) Some family members and community representatives with Congresswoman Kathy Castor: City z Councilman Frank Reddick, Eunice Butts, Chloe Coney (Kathy Castor's Office), Rev. Evan Burrows, a: w > w c w :I: en :::; m ::::) a. z i= w ..J ..J ::::) m ..J w z i= z w en
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Happy 4th Birthday Happy Belated .---__.___H-ap_p_y.....,...1s-t ="'"Bi-rt---hd ___ a_y ------. Birthday PEACHES And PRINCE GREGORY MCKAY Happy 4th birthday to my prince Gregory McKay Underwood. May God bless you with many more. Love, mommy, Peaches. BOBBIE PE'ITY Happy belated soth birth day, mom. Love, Carla. Happy Birthday, Maletha! MALETHA, JAYLA and MALIK LOVE Happy 24th birthday, Maletha!! Hope you enjoy! Aside from that, congrats on receiving your 2-year degree and MS. MALETHA LOVE deciding to keep going to school for Pharmacy. We love you and are very proud of you. Love, your family friends and kids, Jayla and Malik. Happy 26th Binhday, Carla SHAWN, NETABOO And CARLA CARLA Wishing myself a happy birthday and many more DERINIQUE DAR'SHAYUNDERWOOD November 18, 2010 I just want to thank the Lord for blessing my little lady. You've come a long way. With that being said, you know Mommy, Daddy and big brother, Derrick, Jr. will always love you. Happy birthday, "Lil Bit." LORRAINE'S -African Hair Braiding 12909 ,N. 56th St. Ste 301 FREE Refreshments Served www.facebook.com/lorraine.ma1 N. 34th Sb aat ,_,_,_a.288 m s:: aJ m ::c

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in part by the Children's Board, Family Support. and Resource Centers (FSRCs) are warm, inviting places that offer a variety of free services like educational play groups, parenting classes, mobile health services, job skills training, CPR courses and much more! Call to learn about the Family Support and Resource Center in your neighborhood today! Brandon: 740-4634 North Tampa: 558-1877 Central Tampa: 204-1741 Ruskin: 641-5600 Town 'N Country: 356-1703 Children's Board HI.LLSBOROUGH COUNTY Dreams Worth Growing

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..... PraverThatVVorks At some point in every believer's life, they have been faced with a problem or have had a question about some thing going on in their life. I would imagine that depend ing who they asked or sought advice from they were in structed to "pray". For some that is easy and to others it is difficult. There are many people who have been praying and still have not received an answer or found the solution to their problem. WHY? In many instances it is because of their prayer! Matthew in his gospel 6:5-15 provides us with c great insight to developing a a: strong prayer life. There are LL many people praying, but the greater concern is, are they c( praying quality prayers. Prayer is communication c between an individual and fi} God. Prayer is your method :: of talking to God and God t-talking to you. Prayer is how w > w c w J: en :::i Ill :: ll. z i= w ...J ...J :: you talk to God in a way that you and God understand. One of the problems with many people's prayer life is that they use prayer as a "venting session" with God. The second issue is that many people talk to God, but do not give God an opportu nity to respond before they getup. Jesus teaches His disci ples how to pray. Prayer is not something that you have to announce to the world or tell you do just to sound spir itual. There are some who like to pray just to be seen and heard. Jesus said, "they have their reward" (vs. 5). When you have an effec tive and sincere prayer life everyone is going to know about it. They are not going to know it because you tell them, but they will see it be cause of the blessings God gives you. When you pray, you do not have to pray like others. BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST c( c a: 0 ...J LL Ill ch w CJ 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship .... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday-Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship ..... 7:30P.M. '----"==;___.::... BISHOP MAnHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A ChiRh Whera 1118 Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Control." J..,JO\P! ll" Is I ihnty! Too often we pray the prayers that we've heard oth ers pray growing up. "My bed was not my cooling board." "My room was not the four walls of a grave." When you pray, pray words that will move God. Pray words that will activate your faith. Venting to God does not move Him. If you need God to move on your beh3.lf, then you must pray His word back to Him that causes Him to move. The model prayer taught by Jesus contains all we need. It acknowledges God (vs. 9), it proclaims the sov ereignty of His will (vs.1o); it requests what you need to make it through what you are currently facing (vs. 11); re quires you to forgive and be forgiven (vs.12); and vs.13 asks God to direct you. God is not moved by the eloquence of your words or how you can "tune up" or how loud you can scream. God is moved by the sincerity of your heart. When you can sincerely say to God, "let your will be done" it lets Him know that you realize that it's more about Him and less about you. Give me this day my daily bread signifies that you know that He knows exactly what you need to be nourished and strengthened to make it NEW MT. ZION M. B. CHURCH, INC. 2511 E Columbus Dr. (813) 248-8101 or (813) 247-3899 Pastor Early Morning Worshi p-7 :55A. M Sunday Morning Worship-9 :30 A .M. Morning Worship -10:55 A M Wed., Family Night-7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 486-7890 Dea. Clarence Fort, Deacons Minis through today. Oftentimes people are praying about stuff they may not even need next week. Lord, give me what I need now, for today! By asking for bread daily it will require you to pray to Him daily. If you can order up on Sunday what you need for the whole week you might not talk to Him anymore. Your prayer life does not have to be a complicated Local task. Prayer is a daily and constant communication with God. It is nothing that is to be bragged about or used to make people think that you are more spiritual than others. When you pray with sin cerity of heart and in a secret place, God will reward and bless you. Learn how to pray a prayer that requires God to speak or act. Try it today and you will see it works. Patel Conservatorv Presents Jazz Jamm On Wednesday, December i\ the Patel Conservatory at the David A. Straz, Jr., Center for the Performing Arts, 1010 N. Macinnes Place, will host its Jazz Jamm. The event will take place ftt 7 p.m. Students from the Patel Conserva tory's Jazz Ensemble and Adult Vocal Jazz Ensemble will join to perform in the concert. James Crumbly, Jr., is the director. Tickets cost $8 if purchased before November 22nd. After that date, the JAMES CRUMBLY, JR. Director of JazzJamm cost is $12. For additional information call (813) 229-7827 or 800-955-1045. ARST BAPTIST CHURCH OF COLLEGE HILL 3838 N. 29th St. Tampa, FL 33610 (813) 248-6600 Visit our website at www.tbcch.org or Email us at lnfo@tbcch.org Soir.itual Growth And Sharing God's Love """ret,, .., Opportunities SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. YPWW -6:00 P.M. Evening Worship 7 :00P.M. TUESDAY & FRIDAY Even!ng Service 7.00 P.M

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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 Hope 01 Shiloh Communitv Church Observes Pastor's Anniversarv Hope of Shiloh Community Church celebrated the 12th Anniversary of its pastor Pastor Robert E. Benn, Sr. Guest worshippers on the 5th Sunday October 30, 2011 for the 4 p m. service were Great Commission Baptist Church and Dr. Ernest Boone, Pastor. The anniversary theme was Enduring the test, overcoming the obstacles, and running the race of faith 1 Corinthians 9:24-27. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Pastor Robert and Beverly Benn, left, celebrated their 1.2th Anniversary as worship leaders at Hope of Shiloh Community Church. Their guests for the 4 p.m. service were Rev. Dr. Ernest and Dianne Boone of Great Commission Baptist Church. Members Sevelia Franklin and Harriet Lee at their pastor' s anniversary service. MOUNT PLEASANT M.B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Khtdand, Pastor Tel: (813) 253-5714 *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 DR. C.T.IORKLAND, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Line At Web Site Or Call Church W E B SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org A member, A. Bevel supported the pastor's anniversary service. Deaconess Margie and Deacon Frank Howard attended the service. m GREATER FRIENDSHIP M. B. CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9: 45a.m Morning Worship-11 a.m. Evening Worship5 p m Prayer Meeting Tuesday-7 : 30 p m Visitors Are Welcome! FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PROGRESS VILLAGE 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, F L 33619 Chu rch Office : (813) 677-1948 Pastor s Off ice : (813) 6 7 2-0389 Academy O ffi ce : ( 813) 6 775988 Fax : (8 1 3 ) 6 720514 E -Mall: fbcopv@ tampabay r r .com DR. SAM MAXWELL, SR., Senior Teaching Pastor Adult/Children Worshi p Times 7:30A.M & 10:55 A.M. 4:!!:Ufii11111ft Sunday-9 : 45A.M -Adult & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A.M. Adult Wednesday 7 P M. Youth/ Children 7:30 P.M. Adult A Sat eUrte cameus For Farth B ible Institute Growing The Chl.lt: h For Global Change ( A c t s 1 : 6 Rom. 1 : 8 1 Thes. 1 :8) GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 Pastor Early Morning Worship-8 A.M. Sunday School -9 : 30 A.M. Morning Worship -10 : 50 A M Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M THE PUBLIC IS INVITED HERITAGE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY BAPnST 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 A.M. Mid Week Worship Tuesday 7 :00P.M. UNITY M.B. CHURCH 3111 Ybor St., Tampa,FL 33605 (813) 248-5955 ELDER H. H. HUNT, PASTOR. Sunday School 9:30A.M. Morning Worship A.M. Bible Study Tues. 7:30 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED New Testament M. B. Church Of 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 rhe Sinners And Educating The Believers" I Can Do All Things Through Christ Who S trengthens Me. -Phil. 4:13 r-c;; ::a: m c m < m -1 c: m C/) c )> z c c

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Communit II October 5, 2011, with family children gathered together on for November and December. a: w Ill :a: w > 0 z > a: LL November Birthdays Happy birthday to the No vember celebrants: Lekeisha Pittman, Amber Smith, Janice Slate-Powell, Jeremy Bing, Jessica Davis, Jessie Gadson, J'nai Pittman, Joe Thomas, Jr., John Bostick, Josie Bur-den, Joyce Hogue, Juanita Cook, Judy Williams, Keith L. Gibson, Kristen Martin, Larence Troy, Lashaun Davis, Leerenzo Johnson, Leon Harper, Lois Wright, Lorenzo Nichols, Luella Collins, Lydia McNeal, Mark Harrison, Martinez Chuck Cook, Michael Harris, Michael Pascoe, Michelle Davis, Michelle Lee, Mozelle DeBose, Natalia Napoleon, Natasha Johnson, Netty C Rodriguez, Patrick ConfE nelly, Preston Amos, c Raimore Bradford, Recia Z Hester and Recia Weny. <( Happy birthday is extended to a special granddad, Robert "Bob" Smith, whose special W day was November 12, 2011. i: As you celebrate another year a:> of life, we wish you many W more wonderful years. We > loveyou!! W Happy birthday is extended ffi to Julia Roberts. ::1: en ::J Ill :::::::) a. Rose Dupree celebrated another year on November 13. May you be blessed with many more! A very special birthday blessing is being sent to little Miss Kenneathia "Ke-Ke" Wilson, who will be turning 8 on November 19. Ke-Ke will receive a special visit from her grandmother, Ms. Willie Bert Graham of Progress Village. We would like to ask for safe traveling mercy as Ms. Bert travels to Nashville, TN, to visit her daughter, Tameka Hayes, who relo cated recently to continue in her corporate endeavors. We, the family are proud of you. Ms. Oraleana Alexander has a birthday on the horizon. Her special day is November 21, 2011. We wish her a happy birthda y and many more to come!! Annie Laura Jelks' spe cial day is November 24. Lou Collins and Eric Holmes will celebrate their natal day on November 22. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years of life. Happy Anniversary Happy anniversary to Mr. and Mrs. George Dennis, who celebrated their soth wed-z i= w ...1 ...1 :::::::) OHIRCH DIRECTORY Ill ...1 w z i= z w en IIIPTIS1 CIIBCH i 1211U ...... It.,l ... R,U182 a: [8111229-1190 g SlndaJ SChill 1:15 8JII. u. lernlng ... --------11 am. Prayer Slnlci, TUesdaY.--w--I p.m. .111808 leludJ, TUISdaJ 1:31 PJD. and friends. one accord to learn the Word Congratulations and much of our Father. November Classes love from the family. Everyone is invited to come Sick And Shut-Ins Prayer is for everyone not only the sick and shut-ins: Eloise Leeks, Mattie Mills, Marie Benson, the Philon household, Essie Chaney, Mary Lucille Turner, Arlean Edwards, Richard London, Sr. (St. Joseph's Hospital), and Ms. Roses Hill (Brandon Hospital). Prayer Requests Pray for everyone, espe cially: Bert Graham, Phyllis Akes and Lelia Felder-Moss. Sympathy Sympathy is extended to the Randall, Brown and Wiggins families due to the loss of their loved one Mrs. Betty Brown-Wiggins. She will be greatly missed by those who knew her as President of the Progress Village Civic Council. May you each seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. St. James AME Church OfP. V. The Community Hour of Power Bible Prayer Band meets every Thursday morn ing at 10:30 a. m. and share with us First Baptist Church Of Progress Village Dr. Sam Maxwell, Senior Teaching Pastor, 8722 Progress Blvd., Tampa, 33619, (813) 677-1948. Every third Saturday of the month between 8 a. m. and 12 noon, the church gives away donated clothing, toys and household items at 8616 Progress Blvd. (between 781 h St. and Faulkenburg Rd.) Progress Village Civic Council Mrs. Linda Washington (president), announced will be Progress Village Civic Council Community Meeting "Revitalization 2012" on No vember 21, 2011, at 7 p. m . at the recreation center. Aguilas International Medical Institute Aguilas International Med ical Institute is a bilingual healthcare education preparatory training company that provides healthcare workers with certifications and enhances knowledge of skills. For more info, call (813) 871-2407 or go to website: wvvw.aguilasinternational.com or www.aguilasinternational edu.com. Bloomingdale Regional, Riverview Branch and 78th Street Community Libraries are offering computer classes this month. 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 "Have courage when things go wrong." Joke Of the Week A boy asked his father, "Daddy, how much does it cost to get married?" The father said to him; "I don't know son, I'm still pay ing for it." F.Y.I. Remember our helpers at Shu Lon's Kitchen, (813) 7419760. Let's keep President Barack Obama and hl.s fam ily in our daily prayers. Let's keep our service men and women lifted up as they protect our country. Call your news into Gloria McNair-Johnson at her NEW number (813) 735-7968. NEW FRIENDSHIP ST. JOHN 'CATHE:DRAL M.B. CHURCH ... 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 3401 E. 25th FL u-n'""' Pastor Weekly Activities Sunday Church School 9 :30A.M Phone: (813) 248-373. 7 Or Sunday: _Bishap Eddie lewiM, WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE 8:00A.M. Spiritual t:nrtchmenl 9:45A.M. SundaY 10:46 WorshipS:erviee. .. (Youth Chureh 2nd Tulsday: 12:00 Noon lhte.rcessol}' Evening Worship s P M Prayer wJBible Study WednesdaY Prayer Meeting 7 P.M Bible studJ, TUesday .... .................... 1 p.m. '-Bi_bfe_Stu_d}' ____ 7_:ao_P__,. Wednesday: 5 :30 p; M. Free Tutorial. lcaaDtAirTNnOslliriObltstWIIIch aEv.oscaaJoHISoi,JR. 6:45P.M. 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E; Local N Young ladv With Tampa Seventh Annual 'Black Nalivilv: Ties To Compete In w A Gospel Song Plav' Planned 'Miss Illinois USA Contest' <( c a: LL c a: LL c z w c w :::t: en ::i m :::::1 Q. z tij ...J ...J :::::1 m ...J w z i= z w en ose of this rule development is to repeal the mandatory rulemak:ing requirement and adopt alternate rule and HART Board of Directors policy development provisions. SUBJECT AREAS TO BE ADDRESSED: Advanced Notice ofRulemaking Proceedings; Notice of Rulemak:ing Proceedings; Public Hearings; General Rulemaking Provisions; Rulemaking Procedures, and Conduct of Meetings. SPECIFIC AUTHORITY: Sections 120.52, 120.54, and 163.568, Fla. Stat LAW IMPLEMENTED: Chapter 163, Part V, Fla. Stat. A RULE DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP WILL BE HELD AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE SHOWN BELOW: TIME AND DATE; 9:00a.m., December 19, 2011 PLACE: HART Administrative Office, Florida Conference Room, 1201 E. 7th Avenue, Florida 33605 RULE ADOPTION WILL BE CONSIDERED AT THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE SHOWN BELOW: TIME AND DATE: 9:00a.m., January 9, 2012 PLACE: HART Administrative Office, Florida Conference 1201 E. 7th Avenue, Florida 33605 THE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED REGARDING THE PROPOSED RULE DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP IS: Lena Petit, HART Administrative Office, 1201 E. 7th Avenue, Tampa, Florida, 33605. Phone: (813)384-6552, Fax: (813)223-7976, Email: petitl@goHART.org THE PRELIMINARY TEXT OF THE PROPOSED RULE IS AVAILABLE AT NO CHARGE FROM THE CONTACT PERSON LISTED ABOVE. A REQUEST FOR PUBLIC HEARING MUST BE FILED IN WRITING WITH THE CONTACT PERSON LISTED ABOVE WITHIN 21 DAYS OF TIDS NOTICE. PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT, ANY PERSON REQUIRING SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS PLEASE CONTACT THE PERSON LISTED ABOVE. IF YOU ARE HEARING OR SPEECH IMPAIRED, PLEASE CONTACT HART BY CALLING TDD (813) 626-9158. Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes, provides that if a person decides to appeal any decision made by a board, agency or commission with respect to any matter considered at a meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceedJng, and for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. HART Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority bay area will present the Sev enth Annual "Black Nativity: A Gospel Song Play." The event will take place at the Palladium Theater, 253 Fifth Ave. N, in downtown St. Petersburg. The play will take place on Friday, November 25th; at 7 p.m., Saturday, November 26th, at 2 p.m., and the final performance will take place on Sunday, November 2th, at 7p.m. The production is a free performance presented to the community each year in cele bration of Christmas. In addi tion to the regular cast, this year State Rep. Darryl Rouson will lend his talents as well. Rep. Rouson will play the part of Preacher in the popular gospel play. In addition to being a State Representative, Rep. Rouson is a St. Petersburg native, practicing attorney, and political activist. He is also the former President of the St. Petersburg Chapter NAACP. David Ellis and Bob Devin Jones are co founders and artistic direc tors at the studio. Jones, director of the production said, "We are very excited to have Rep. Ronson join the cast of 'Black Nativity.' He is an exceed ingly talented performer and we are grateful to him for giv ing his time to this great event." In addition to Rep. Rou-FYI son, Ms. Sharon Scott re peats her performance as the Narrator again this year. She will perform such favorites as "I Can't Give Up Now," and "Mary Did You Know." Originally entitled, "Wasn't It A ,Mighty Day?" the "Black: Nativity: A Gospel Song Play," is the creation of Langston Hughes, a poet, journalist, novelist, and short story writer. The play retells St. LUke's story of the birth of Christ, through gospel music, dance, poetry, and narrative. It wa.S the first play produced by an AJrican American to be performed on Broadway in New York City. It premiered on December 11, 1961. Dancer Alvin Ailey and Carmen De Lavallade starred in the Off Broadway production. They left show because they objected to the name change -that included the word, "black" in the title. The entire cast con sists of AJrican American artists. Tickets are available at the Palladium Theater Box Office, from 12 noon to 4 p.m., Mon day through Friday; or at the Studio@62o, 620 First Avenue, South, St. Petersburg, from 12 noon until 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. For additional informa tion contact Studio@62o at (727) 895-6620. Phase 11 0122nd Street Proiect Has Started Phase II of the 22nd Street Enhancement Project began Monday and started at 23rd Avenue. This phase of the project will go north to 26th Avenue. Officials said 22nd Street will be one-way traveling north in the construction zone, and the project is scheduled to be completed by June 2012. The project extends the same landscaping, lighting, and sidewalks as seen by the first phase.

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a: w m :::E w f) z c a: I.L m I -.::1' .,... This Thanksgiving Holi day, go ahead and scoop us a second helping of turkey! Why? Because turkey is rich in amino acids includ ing tryptophan and pheny lalanine, which your body covers into mood-lifting brain chemicals. This simply means that folks who eat turkey will have a better attitude and mood within one hour of eat ing it. So, enjoy. It Takes Three Taking a combination of the mineral silicon, along with Soo IU of Vitamin D3 and 1,000 mg. of calcium daily will strengthen your bones. Each nutrient helps strengthen your bones in dif ferent ways: 1. Calcium bolsters bone density, 2. Vitamin D3 ushers more calcium into the bones, and 3. Silicon increases the growth of collagen, a protein that boosts your number of bone-building cells. You might also want to sweeten your chances by tak ing 1 teaspoon of honey after taking your calcium. This will help your bones take in more of the mineral. The amino acids and sugars in honey make calcium more absorbable. Tampa (813) 209-0338 3911 N. Boulevard (1 Blk South Of W. Dr MLK Blvd. ) www. tomlinsondentalcare .com Confidence Begins With A Smile! f ' '.. 'I I' . ., 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 Orthodont i st F or Over 30 Years .. 813-238-3384 4119 N. Taliaferro Ave. Tampa Just R ight Of The 1-275 Northbound Entrance Ramp Of M L. K. Blvd Tampa Seminole He ights Ybor C i ty The amino acid found in watermelon helps the body produce nitric oxide, which widens blood vessels. Dairv-Products Help Metabolic svndrome A daily helping of dairy foods can reduce your risk by 56% of metabolic syndrome -a contributing factor to high blood pressure, belly fat, out of control blood sugar and lipids linked to diabetes. Sidestep Colon POIVPS Taking non-steroidal anti-in flammatories (NSAIDs) like, aspirin or other headache medicines can drop your risk of developing precancerous colon polyps. NSAIDs target cells that have cancer-causing muta tions, triggering changes in them that cause them to self destruct. Also, eating a low fat, high-fiber diet that includes foods high in flavanol plant compounds like black beans and apples, are 76% less likely to have a recurrence of colon polyps. The antioxi dants in flavanols help to re pair cell damage that causes polyps to form. wavs To Reduce Diabetes Risk Smoking -It is common knowledge that smoking is unhealthy, but new research shows that not smoking de creases y our risk of develop ing diabetes by 20 percent. Physical Activity -A sedentary lifestyle increases the risk of diabetes and only 20 minutes of sweat-induc ing exercise at least 3-4 times per week can reduce your tential for the disease. Alcohol Drinking more than 1 drink a day (for women) and 2 drinks a day (for men) boosts the proba bility of developing diabetes. Obesity Much has been written about weight control and the risks posed by obe. sity, and recent studies do in deed bear out notion that even being slightly over weight makes diabetes a much more significant possi bility. Carrying extra weight in creases inflammation throughout the body reduc ing cells' sensitivity to in sulin the hormone most crucial for the control of blood sugar While regular visits to the dentist's office for routine cleanings are important for dental health, taking care of your teeth and gums each day is paramount to keeping your mouth healthy. Here are some brushing-and-be yond tips to help prevent oral health problems down the road. Remember To Regularly brush with toothpaste, floss and visit your dentist. Brush at least twice a day. Purchase a brush with soft bristles and make sure to use light pressure while brushing so you don't wear away tooth enamel. Pay attention to your toothbrush. Does it need to be replaced? A good rule is to purchase a new toothbrush every three to four months. Speak with your dentist about best brushing and flossing practices, as well as the recommended nuinber of visits to the dentist's office each year. The number of necessary visits may vary de pending on specific patient Take Care Of Your Feet And They Will Last A Lifetime! needs. Prevent Enamel Loss Consuming too many acidic foods or soft drinks, and a long list of other fac tors, can weaken enamel. Enamel loss can to cavi ties, tooth sensitivity, discol oration and other oral health problems. To help maintain your tooth enamel, try to avoid drinks such as soda and fruit juices, and foods such as those high in citric acid or sugar content when ever possible. When To Cali The Dentist Between dental visits, pa tients may experience symp toms of oral health problems. Make sure you call a doctor if you notice: Tooth pain Tooth decay or cavities Receding gum lines Bleeding of the gums Increased tooth sensitiv ity Discoloration of teeth Lumps on the lip or in the mouth or throat Foot Pain Ankle Pain Diabetic Foot Care Laser Fu"'us Nail Paul L. Sh-eehy, Jr., DP"1, PA --

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ealth Keep Your Mental Edge As You Age There are easy lifestyle choices you can make every day to sustain your mental edge as you age. nitive challenges and stimu lation. The lBC'S For Keepin u The Home Healthier For Children Give Your Brain A Physical Workout Exercise helps maintain a healthy body and brain. Re search has found associa tions between physical activity and reduced risk of cognitive decline. Give your body and brain a workout by engaging in physical activities such as yoga, walking and weight lifting, at least 30 minutes every day. It helps keep cho lesterol levels in check, maintains good blood flow and encourages the growth of new brain cells and con nections. Nourish Your Mind Help protect your brain cells from memory loss by following a diet that includes foods rich in good fats such as DHA, a major structural fat accounting for up to 97 percent of the omega-3 fats in the brain. DI-lA intake has been associated with a decreased risk of mental de cline associated with aging. The body doesn't make DHA on its own, so you need to consume DHA though food or supplements. You can find DHA in cer tain foods, but another easy way to get it is by taking a daily DHA supplement. Stimulate Your Mind Develop a "use it or lose it" philosophy when it comes to your brain. Studies have shown that brain cells, much like muscle cells, can grow bigger and stronger with cogPursuing education; learning a new language, reading, working crossword puzzles and even playing board games are fun ways to exer cise your mind. Keep your brain active by engaging in brain-boosting activities you enjoy. Commit to learning something new each month. Be Socially Connected Friends and family are often the key to happiness, and they just may be the key to brain health as well. Social interaction not only makes your life more fun and mean ingful, but it also stimulates and protects your brain. Stay connected with oth ers by being part of an in person interaction, whether it's in the workplace, a card club, a network of friends or a religious congregation. Seek out friends and family for emotional support to help manage stress and stay happy. Put your passions into ac tion by volunteering for a cause you feel passionate about. Children come into closer contact with their environ ment than adults. They put their fingers in their mouths, crawl on the floor, and touch, taste and breathe things without knowing if they are harmful. Children are more sensitive to harmful sub stances like chemicals, parti cles allergens. Follow the ABC's -Avoid, Balance and Change -to help maintain a healthier home for your children. A is for Avoid: Try to avoid irritants that trigger al lergies, such as: products made of feathers or down. Use hypoallergenic pillows on your child's bed, limit ex posure to perfume, talcum powder, hair spray, air fresh eners, fabric softeners or other strong odors or sprays. B is for Balance: Try to maintain a consistent bal ance in the home to help minimize allergens. Keep the windows shut and use central air condi tioning during high pollen seasons to help protect chil dren from pollen particles that trees, grasses and weeds Named one of the best in the nation. And #1 in Tampa Bay. Tampa General Hospital is proud to be named to U.S.News & World Report's list of "America's Best Hospitals" -this time, in seven specialties: Cardiology & Heart Surgery; Diabetes & Endocrinology; Geriatrics; Gynecology; Nephrology; Orthopedics; and Urology. By ranking in the top 25% of all_hospitals evaluated, TGH was designated high-performing in five other specialties: Cancer; Ear, Nose & Throat; Gastroenterology; Neurology & Neurosurgery; and Pulmonology. This designation, along with our national rankings, earned TGH the distinction of #1 hospital in Tampa Bay. We would like to thank our outstanding team of healthcare professionals for their continued commitment to exceptional patient care. TGH Tampa General Hospital. Tflltld fir eur 1.,..-tlal. fir Clrt:-" For a referral to one of our physicians, please call 1-DOCS or visit www.tgh.org. Affiliated with the USF College of Medicine release into the air. These particles harbor in the eyes, nose and airways, causing al:lergy symptoms to flair for those allergic to pollen. Also, give children wash able, non-allergenic stuffed toys, and be sure to wash the ones played with the most on a weekly basis, in hot water. C is for Change: Try to change items that are easy to neglect, but are important for maintaining a healthier home, such as: leaky faucets, pipes and other high mois ture areas that are common places for mold .. growth. Don't neglect their air in b the home either. Change :!;! your filter every three months, and use a high per-en formance filter. For those m with carpet in the home, vac:-uum often and thoroughly, z and change the vacuum J!! cleaner bag monthly basis. ID c r r-!!I z c ID r-c;; :1: m c m < m -t c m (/) g -< :J> z c :!! c

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. National N ,.... Pres. Obama's Health Care Plan Headed For A Supreme Coon Ruling PRES. BARACK OBAMA ing virtually every American is sure to figure prominently in President Barack Obama's campaign for reelection. Republican contenders are already assailing it in virtually every debate and speech. The administration on Wednesday formally appealed a ruling by the fed eral appeals court in Atlanta that struck down the law's WASHINGTON-Pres. core requirement that Barack Obama's land-Americans buy health insur-mark health care overhaul ance or pay a penalty begin-appears headed for a ning in 2014 The adminisSupreme Court ruling as the tration said the appeals presidential election season court decision declaring the hits full stride in the coming lawis central provision year. unconstitutional was "fundaThe health care law affectmentally flawed. 0 a: LL 0 z < 0 en w 1-ft w > w 0 w l: en :::i m a. z i= Man Stole Murdered Nurse's Ring To Propose To Girlfriend first-degree murder and robbery in the death of Virginia Perillo, 73 CHICAGO--A Chicago ...1 man who was charged in the ffi beating death ofa nurse ...1 allegedly stole the woman's wedding and engagement j:: rings in order to propose to ffi his girlfriend. en Raymond Harris, 36, < was charged Thursday with 0 In court, prosecutors said Harris, who was paroled earlier this year after he served 13 years of a 30y ear prison sentence on attempted murder and aggravated arson convictions attended a party after attacking Perillo and was seen wear ing "brand new clothes and showing off new rings which he used later that night to propose to his girlfriend. Perillo's family reportedly confirmed that rings being worn by Harris' fiance belonged to the victim. a: 0 ...1 LL m cb ,.... Beaconlight Masonic & Fraternal Supplies "#1 Bay Area One Stop Shop Sis. Julia J. NR ALL RIC ''ASK RICKY'' AUTO ACCIDENT HELPLINE: Injured? Need a Doctor? Lawyer? CALL RICKY i (813) 892-8193: uwner w CJ Or Email: callrickywilllams@gmail.com Government Aid Cut Povenv Rate Nearlv In Hall Government aid helped cut the poverty rate nearly in half, according to a study conducted by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. The Census Bureau esti mates that last year a record 46 million. people lived below the poverty line, and revised figures released this week suggest that the number may in fact be more than that. But without government programs aimed at helping citizens most in need, the poverty rate would be almost twice that, with more than a quarter of all Americans being classified as poor according to a new study ManSuesTGI FridaV's For Firing Him NEW YORK-A New York man is suing TGI Friday' s for firing him after he told his boss he voted for Barack Obama in 2008. Michael Verzillo, who is Black, claims his boss, regional manager Tanya Edwards, launched a cam paign against him after he revealed his vote and then fired him. Verzillo, a manager and 15year company worker, said he was falsel y charged with changing expiration dates on food and leaving early during a snowstorm. ..... . -......... -.... Emotional Mom Of Missing Arizona 5-Year-Oid Promises Find You' ARIZONA --Jerice Hunter, the mother of missing Glendale, Ariz. girl J ahessye Shockley has promised her daughter that she will find her. "Jahessye, somebody's thinking about you, if nobody but us [the girlis family]," said Jerice Hunter, on the brink of tears. "Mamma coming to get you. Hunter then went on to adamantly express that she will not allow her daughter to remain away from her family. It has been one month JAHESSYE SHOCKLEY since the little girl disappeared on Oct. 11, after Hunter is reported to have left the child locked in her apartment while she ran an errand. . Police Seize Brazil's Biggest Slum From Drug Ganu RIO DE JANEIRO More than 3,000 police and soldiers backed by armored personnel carriers raced into Brazil s biggest slum before dawn Sunday, quickly gain ing control of a shantytown ruled for decades by a heavily armed drug gang. The takeover of the Rocinha neighborhood was the most ambitious operation yet in an .effort to increase security before Rio hosts the final matches of the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympics. The action in Rocinha is part of a campaign to drive the drug gangs out of the city's slums, where traffickers often ruled unchallenged. The city of Rio de Janeiro has more than 1,000 shantytowns where about one-third of its 6 million people live. lawmakers sav New Child len Behind'_ Will Hun Minorities. WASHINGTON Minority lawmakers say House and Senate plans to rewrite the No Child Left Behind education law fail to protect minority children, those with disabilities and children learning English. The Black, Hispanic and Asian Pacific American con gressional caucuses insisted in a letter that they want a strong federal role in ensur ing all students meet targets for reading and math. A bipartisan bill gives greater control to states and directs federal efforts toward improving the bottom 5 percent of schools. But civil and disability rights groups have opposed it, and many" Repul;>licaps say it leaves too much control with the federal government.

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.,.. .,.. I 0 N ai .,.. a: w m w z a: u.. County Planning Organization Seeks Residents for Board The Polk Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) is currently seeking Polk County residents to fill vacan cies on its Tra,nsportation Disadvan-taged Local Coordinating Board. The purpose of the board is to identify local transportation needs and to provide infor mation; advice and direction to the Polk County Community Tran-sportation Coordinator about services for the County s transporta-> tion disadvantaged popula- w ings for those who have the C need. for it. All interested W persons should contact Diane Slaybaugh at (863) :::i 534-6494 -m ::;:) a.. z i= w ...J ...J ::;:) m I ...J ,llappy Anniversary .t extends a specia h Happy Annive r sary to the _foll o wing v ery special CO\lples ; !IS, they celebrate MINSTER GARY AND CAROLINE BIRD another year of marital bliss: Earl and Sharon Haynes, of Tampa, on Nov. 21st; Minister Gary and Caroline Bird, of Lake Wales who will celebrate 14 years on Nov. 22ND; and Deacon Ruben and Ma. e of Tampa, who will celebrate 32 years on No v 24th. Ma y God continue to bless these un i ons! Congratulations! Cassondra .Angu, Harrison School o f the Arts, Ellen Foley, Bartow High Pierce Gi11ette, Lakeland High, Thomas Hartsfield, of Summerlin Academy, Daegan Hosler, McKeel Academy, Nancy James, Fort Meade Middle/High, April Jones, Frostproof Middle/High, Kyle Lindemann, Mulberry High Emily Nabong, Lake Region High, Mackenzie Nettlow, Winter Haven High, Ryan Phi11ips, Kathleen H i gh Guillermo Prichard, International u "' Baccalaureate, and Miranda Vileikis, Chain of Lakes Collegiate. Happy Birthday To You Special happy birthday wishes are extended to: Larry Coleman, II, who will celebrate another natal day on Nov. 19th; and to Mother Chola Little, of Tampa, who (Nov. 2oth). Elisha Buford, III, will celebrate his birthday on Nov. 22nd; Lakeland lady Chequise Johnson (Nov. 22nd) and St. Petersburg lady Karen Johnson will cele brate her special day on Nov 25th. May the Lord continue to bless each of you with many more years oflife! Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out This week' s Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out is to extending wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving! to all of the readers of Shaw-Nuf Talk and the Florida Sentinel Bulletin. Rejoice!. .. and give thanks unto the Lord EVERYDAY ... for He is GOOD! Talk To Shaw-Ntif Shaw-NUJ Talk wants to hear from you . Share news and/or photos of your celebratio-ns, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, famil y reunions,' civic groups, social clubs, reli gious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Florida Sentinel Bulleti,n by sending':. an e-mail to: shawnuftalk.:. @yahoo. com or calling (863) 513-8437 w z i= z w C/) a: 0 ...J u.. lakeland's Mavor Visits YouthBuil.d-lakeland Mayor Gow B. Fields is shown during his recent visit with the students and staff ofYouthBuildLakeland. The students and staff of YouthBuild-Lakeland were excited and honored when the City of Lakeland's Mayor Gow B. Fields recently visited their p rogram. During his visit, Mayor Fields learned more m about the program du r ing a cO PowerPoint presentation tha t w as rendered b y pro0 gram participants, Keyonte' Deshazor and Jessica Turner. Other participants also had an opportunity to give their personal testimonies about how the program has enhanced their. lives. Mayor Fields spoke to the group encouraging them to continue their education with coll e ge and/or skills trai ning a fter they graduate f rom Y ou t h B uil d Lake l and The La k e land Housing Authority (LHA) serves as the host-site of YouthBuild Lakeland. LHA staff m embers who attended were: Nick Elzy, YouthBuildLakeland Program Manager ; Jay Savery, YouthBuild-Lakeland Program Instructor; Earl W. Haynes, LHA Residen t S e rvic e s Dir ec to r and John Calcagni, LHA Interim Exec uti ve D i r ec tor. Funeral Home owner Receives Prestigious AWard Lakeland funeral home owner and operator, Sonji Coney-Williams was honored last month when she received the 2011 Jewels of Funeral Service Award in Atlanta while attending the 100 Black Women ofFuneral Service Organization Award Breakfast. This national organization is a non-profit sisterhood that promotes scholarship, profes:sionalism service leadership and networking Ms. Coney-Williams developed an interest in the funeral business when she was a 6th grader and her family operated a business manufacturing cemetery vaults. She graduated from Lakeland High School in 1984. She then attended and graduated from Lakeland Regional Medical Center School of Radiology Technology. In 1987, she attended The College of Boca Raton School of Mortuary Science, where she received her degree as a Licensed Embalmer and Licensed Funeral Director. With a desire to expand her skills to help her clients even more, she received a Bachelor of Science degree in SONJI CONEY-WILLIAMS Sociology/Psychology in 2001. In the Polk County commu nity, Ms. Coney-Williams is involved with several orga nizations and serves on sever al boards: She also runs an active apprenticeship/junior mortician program at the funeral home for youth and adults who are interested in' becoming morticians. Ms. Coney-Williams and her husband, Andrew Williams, a retired U. S. Army Lt. Colonel and retired Polk County Sheriff's Office Sergeant, have 2 children, Almonte' and Ersula. She says she owes her suc cesses to the guidance from her parents, Eassau and Minnie Coney lake Wales Organization Prepares-For Annual Student Competition BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist The Lake Wales branchNAACP is preparing for its second annual ACT -SO 2012 student competition. ACT -SO is the acronym for Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics The mis sion of ACT -SO is to prepare, recognize and reward African American youth who exem plify scholas t ic and artistic excellence High school students of African American descent, who are U S. citizens enrolled in grade gth through 12th are eligible to participate in this local competition, which is sponsored by the Lake Wales Adult Branch No 5109. There are 26 categories that include subjects in sciences humanities, performing arts, visual arts and business. Eligible students throughout Polk County and surrounding areas are encouraged to uti lize this opportunity to show their potential and talent The local competition will be conducted near Spring Break 2012. Students are asked to attend upcoming scheduled enrichment work-: shops to gain information that will help them to create a successful project The first workshop will be held on Mon. Nov. 21, 2011 at the James P. Austin Center 315 Dr Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Lake Wales. The Florida showcase will be held in June for the local winners The 33rd anniversary and national competition will take place in Houston, Texa s July sth -7th, 26i 2. Community leaders and busi ness are needed to 1 ponsors, coach mentor and/or voluntee r to work with the students. For further information, contact Wanda Howard, Chairperson at (863) 678-3176 or e-mail h er at wandathoward@yahoo.coni ; call Reverend John Donaldson at (863) 58.92353 or Cheryl Donaldson at (863) 589-3285

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::rJ c !< z m s:: aJ m ::rJ .... MBEIWBE/DBEs 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.asp x 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. MBEIWBE/DBEs 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: 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. "The Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself" 1 SentlnetBulletin AMERK: A K HlREMOST.SI;M[. WJo:IUCI.Y (813) 248-1921 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pursuant to Chapter 69-11-19, Special Acts, Laws of Florida, sealed Request for Proposals for the furnishing of the following will be received by the Director of Purchasing, City of Tampa, in his office until 2:30 PM ON 12/6/11 CONSOLIDATED PLAN/ACTION PLAN CONSULTANT SERVICES PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE TO BE HELD @ 10:00 AM ON 11/18/11 @CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND Fl:., TAMPA, FL 2:30PM ON 12/14111 COMMUNITY AFFAIRS CONSULTING SERVICES PRE-PROPOSAL CONFERENCE TO BE HELD @9:30AM ON 12/1/11 @ CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND FL, TAMPA, FL then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Request for Proposal are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274 ). Dated: 11/18/11 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II EMPLOYMENT II Natural Hair Reigns N Style Now Hiring License Braiders Or Cosmetologist Booth Rental $75.00 For The First 6 Weeks Join A Wonderful Team Of Natural Hair Technicians 2202 W. Waters Avenue Ste 15 813-932-2102 Or 813-312-8883 Now Offering Braiders Classes $200.00 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 12/1/11 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR SERVICES OF MONITORS/DEFIBRILLATORS & CHARGERS 3:00 PM ON 12/2/11 INSTALLATION OF PEDESTRIAN BARRICADES then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274-8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitation to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to tl:lis 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: 11/18/11 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II EMPLOYMENT II Mama's Beauty Supply 1502 East Fletcher Ave. Retail And Hair Styling Experience Required Hours: Monday Saturday 10:00 a.m. 8:00 p .m. Call (813) 971-1626 Job/Career Fair Friday November 18th 12:00 p.m. The H.O.P.E Center 22nd And Osborne Hiring 1 ,OOO's Immediately FREE MetroPCS Giveaways WILD 94.1 LDS13 Ticket Giveaway Felons Welcome (813} 965-7991 Tampa Bay's Hlp Hop And R&B Station, 95.7 The Beat (WBTP-FM) Is Looking For Part-Time On-Air Talent And Board-Ops Candidates Must Be Available Nights/Weekends. Can You Entertain Women 18-39 Interested? Show Us What You Are Working With In A Creative Way. Send Materials To 4002 Gandy Blvd. Tampa 30611 (Att: BEAT Part Time) Or Stop By The Station M-F 9a-5p To Fill Out An Application. Clear Channel Tampa Is An Equal Opportunity Employer. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST I $31,512 EXECUTIVE PLANNER $61,110 MANAGER (GEOMATICS SECTION) (UNCLASSIFIED) $80,469 MANAGER (REAL PROPERTY SECTION) (UNCLASSIFIED) $71,884 PROJECT MANAGER Ill (CONSTRUCTION) $67,059 SENIOR LIBRARIAN $40 768 SYSTEMS SECURITY ADMINISTRATOR (CERTIFIED) $67,059 See our web site at http : //www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initial apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. MAKE A DIFFERENCE! COME WORK WITH USI An Action -Equal ()ps)ortunlty Employer AAIEEO Employer SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS r 0 !! en m z -t z m r-aJ c: r r m -t z "tl c: aJ r c;; :::E: m c m < m -::rJ < -t c: m en i )>. z c !! c ?< G) m ..... cp aJ

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Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $550 00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit A/C, New Tile/Carpet (813) 298-2499 Apartment 3 Bedroom/2 Bath . Washer/Dryer Hook-up $800.00/Monthly Central Heat And Air Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 849-3265 9904 North Aster Avenue Apt#A 2/1 850 SQ FT Only $675 W/ H20 Available Call Erick 813.376.8787 Christmas Special $199.00 Moves You In 1st Month Rent Free Units Available Now 1 And 2 Bedroom Apartments $450.00 $550.00 Monthly Cinnamon Cove Apartments 12401 N. 15th Street Call (813) 971-5254 First Month Free $50.00 Move In 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Upstairs Apartment With Deck Potter Street #B Gated Courtyard And Additional Lighted Parking In Rear Of 3623 Potter $585.00/Monthly Includes Water (813) 238-6353 Busch Gardens & USF Areas Bad Credit Is OK! No Problem!! Free Application 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Tile Floors Central Air, Ceiling Fans $499.00/Monthly NO DEPOSIT! Water & Trash lncludedlll Call 813-244-4551 SUPPORT THE FLORIDA SENTINEL ADVERTISERS 415 East Forrest 2/1 $650.00 3405 North 34th Street 2/1 $600.00 402 W. Amelia 1/1 $500.00 Deposit $100.00 No Criminal Or Eviction Records (813) 3917046 II EFFICIENCY II 1 Bedroom Efficiency Cathedra l Ceilings Nicely Furnished TV, Utilities Included Weekly-Bi-Weekly Monthly Must See To Believe (813) 789-3574 II DUPLEXES II Duplex 2 Bedroom /.1 Bath WDH Refurb i shed Kitchen Quiet Neighborhood Deposit Negotiable Section 8 No Deposit Call (813) 503-Q493 137th Avenue Near 20th Street Quiet 2 Bedroom With Washer And Dryer Water Included $650.00/Monthly Section 8 Accepted Call-813-956-5607 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 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 -. -. ::rJ 6 }< DUPLEXES II II ROOMS FOR RENT II Duplex For Rent 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Newly Remodeled W/D Hook-up Central A/C, Parking Near Everything CaU(813) 546-7782 North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Washer/D ryer Hook -up $575 00/Monthly $500 00/Security Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 376-8664 Move-In Special Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Central Heat& Air Extremely Nice SectiOJ'! 8 Accepted Call (813) 477-7734 Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $1 00.00 Move-:-In Special 3, & 4 Bedroom CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 0 Deposit Required Section 8 Only Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroorn/1 Bath Ready Immediately Clean & Beautiful Call (813) 917-4386 Tampa Heights 1 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex WDH CHA $600.00/Monthly Includes Water Depos i t Required Call (813) 778-1332 2619 E Genessee Street Unit #B 2 Bedrooms/1 Bath, Clean Large Backyard Quiet Neighborhood $600 00/Monthly $400 00/Security WSG Included Take MLK To 26th Take 26th To Genessee Call (813) 789-8869 m s::: IJJ m Sulphur Springs Area Furnished ::rJ 2 Bedrooin/1 Bath Duplex $500.00/Monthly 1 $300 00 Deposit Call (813) 503-5321 II ROOMS FOR RENT II West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Furnished $80 00-$100 00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 476-8748 Room For Rent Ybor Area A/C, Cable, Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $75 00/Deposit $100.00 And Up PerWeek (813) 317-9872 Furnished Room For Rent Central Air & Heat $11 0 00/Weekly $11 0.00/Peposit Negotiable No Smoking Or Drinking Allowed (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 Rooms For Rent Single Person Free Cable, A/C And Heat $100 00 PerWeek No Deposit Call (813) 562-3848 Room For Rent Ybor Area A/C, Cable Phone Queen Beds Kitchen, Ceiling Fans $75.00/Deposit $1 00 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 Empl?yed Call (813) 247-4724 Any Size Room $1 oo.ootweekly $400 00 For One Month ONLY Single, Must Be : Drug'Free And Employed Must Have Steady Income $1 00.00/Weekly $100 : 00/Deposit Jim (813) 237-1810_ Beverly (813 )" 235-7934 Jeanette(813)23o-&776 CLASSIFIED -ADVERTISEMENT -RATE. "' .... >: $10.00 1-20 Words And _60$ foreacrt Additional Word Over .20 .. This Price Is Each Time You Ad ..... N 0 ..... .....

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