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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:c Q a: Q ...1 LL. SEE PAGE 23 A VOL. 68 NO.8 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14 2012 48 PAGES 75c Civic And Political Icon Dies After long Illness Prominent Phvsician Retires After Nearlv 50 Years Two Charged In Death Of Teen Pushed Oft Bridge SEE PAGE 3-A SEE PAGE 2-A SEE PAGE 23-A HillSBOROUGH C OMMUNITY COl lEGE HOSTS 2012 EDUCATION GRADUATION Recently, members of the Hillsborough Community College Adult Education Program celebrated its 2012 graduation. More than 100 adults accepted their diplomas at the graduation ceremony, held in the auditorium at the Dale Mabry Campus. Among faculty and staff in attendance at the ceremony were seated from left to right: Natalie Epo, Online Coordinator; Joyce Corn, Reading Instructor; Margaret Brookins, Program Manager; Evelyn Price, Math Instructor; and Verneine Monroe, Reading Instructor. Shown standing from left to right: Simon Ramos, Math Instructor; Rosa Ramos, Writing InstrUctor; Ana Gabriel, Technician; Dfaut Joseph, Math Instructor; Carol Jarrett, Technician; Unda Gilchrist, Technician; Janette Spencer-Davis, Writing Instructor and Graduation Mistress of Ceremony; Robin Paschall, Career Specialist; Dr. Ginger Clark, Hillsborough Community College Director of Technical Programs, Karen Dorsey, Senior Staff Assistant, and Loretta Jackson, Program Analyst. {Photo By Lomax Mcintyre)

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N .,... .. .,... a: w m :::i w li: Prominent Phvsician Retires After Nearlv 50 Years 01 Service To The Communitv w 0 BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor child. >;' <( c Over 60 years ago, a young property at 3105 N 22nd Street. Dr. Andrews launched his practice from that location. Several years later, he built an office on the property and demolished the house. Another childhood mem ory Dr. Andrews has is of be coming an Eagle Scout "My brother and I were the first two Eagle Scouts for the Gulf Coast Ridge Council in 1944. iX: man decided that he wanted to LL become a physician. Now, Dr. William W. (Billy) An drews has decided to end his career after nearly fifty years A Tampa native, Dr. An drews and his brother, the late Mr. C. Blythe An drews, Jr., were the only two sons of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Blythe (Johna) An drews. When Dr. Andrews re turned home to practice med icine in 1964, his father owned Dr. Andrews said, "It al lowed me to take care of the sick. It was a rewarding expe rience." At the time when i>r. An drews began his practice other African Americans were practicing medicine. Growing up in Tampa, he recalls Dr. A. L. Lewis as being one of the first. He said Dr. Lewis set his broken arm when he was a .If you are Black/African American If you are between 50-75 years old Dr. Andrews said his brother, Blythe was the first because he was older and had more badges, but they were chosen at the same time. After graduating from Middleton High School in 1947 Dr. Andrews contin ued his education at Talladega College, in Talladega, Ala bama. Armed with a degree in Biology, Dr. Andrews con tinued his education at Meharry Medical College, School of Medicine and grad uated in 1955. He then served in the United States Air Force. Dr. Andrews servea as a Captain for two years. He then com pleted his internship and resi denc y at several hospitals including Meharry Medical S chool, Hubbard Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, and Ed ward Hines Jr., VA Hospital in Chicago, IL. At that time, physicians were assigned to several hospitals as opposed to one. Dr. Andrews launched his practice as one ofless than If you have never had a colon cancer screening test done If you have not had a colonoscopy in the past 10 years Learn about colon cancer testing Answer questions about colon cancer Learn if you qualify for a free colon cancer screening kit ten board certified African Americans in the state. Dur ing this era, African Ameri, can doctors were limited to practice at certain hospi tals. Clara Frye Hospital, in West Tampa, and the Lily White Ho spi tal in East Tampa, provided the solution for African American doctors in Tampa. DR. W. W. ANDREWS He has served as the Retires after nearly so years of service former president of the Allied Medical Society, Tampa Branch of Florida Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Society. After integration, the organization underwent a name change and became the Bay Area Medical Association. Since launching his career, Dr. Andrews has observed many changes in the medical field. He has also served as an inspiration for others to enter the field. Among them include his daughter Dr. Sharon Andrews, and nieces, Dr. Susan Andrews and Dr. Nancy Andrews. Dr. Andrews and his wife of nearly 6o years, Nancy. Cares Community Forum Saturday, September 29, 2012 The H.O .P.E. Community Center 4902 N. 22nd Street I Tampa, FL 33610 8:30-9 :00 a .m. Registration & Networking w/Officiala 9:00a.m. NCBW Cs.res event begins .,..,,_ ..,.,., ..,, is a national convenation about 1he fubn of cumllrt legislative topics and how they affect OLI' multicultural society, local businesse8, seniors, college atudenta & veterans. Area residents have a chance to hearfirsthand by 1he pros and cona of: The Tax Relief Act Student Loan Affordablllty Act Effects of Recession on Women Effects of Polley on Your Small Business Immigration Laws Social Security & Medicare New Voter ID Laws Job Placement Tell Lawmakers wfrat RIHHifl lnfluence Public Policy/ Prefeilistration is requested https://ncbwcares.registertoattend.com Make Your Voice Be Heard ... You've Earned A Hosted By: NC100BW, Tampa Bay Chapter www.nctOObwtampabay.org c l -MAP NC8W )1IIIJ ;

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., Civic And Political leon Dies After long Illness en m ., BY B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A well-known Tampa busi nessman, union leader, and politician, died Wednesday morning after a lengthy illness Mr. Perry C. Harvey, Jr., would have celebrated his 82nd birthday (Friday) today. Mrs. Barbara Harvey, his wife of 42 years, said Mr. Harvey had been ill since 2001, but there would be peri ods when his health improved Mr. Harvey was hospital ized in March 2012, and his health declined from that point. Mrs. Harvey said he died of renal failure. I died several years ago. Following graduation from Middleton High School in 1946, Mr. Harvey enrolled at Morehouse College, in Atlanta. He graduated with a degree in Biology. He completed his un dergraduate work at Atlanta (now Clark-Atlanta) Univer sity. Mrs. Harvey said her husband had aspirations of be coming a doctor prior to enter ing the military. She further stated that through the years, others have utilized his bound college thesis velop an area of Tampa just -1 north of downtown The complex consists of more than 300 aJ apartments and a business g} complex. .... The complex was spanso red by two African American organizations, The Lily Secu-N rity Benefit Society and the In ternational Longshoremen's Association, Local 1402. Its purpose was to provide decent, affordable housing to the citi zens of Tampa. In addition to his wife, Mr. Harvey is survived by three adult children, 1 adult stepson, 3 grandchildren, step grand child, numerous other family members and friends. After serving four years in the U. S. Army during the Ko rean War, Mr. Harvey re turned to Tampa and taught at Booker T. Washington Junior High School for three years. He then became an Adminis trator with the Pension and Welfare Fund of the Interna tional Longshoremen s Associ ation, (ILA) Local 1402. His father, Mr. Perry C. Har vey, Sr., was the president, and Mr. Harvey served in that capacity for several years. After his father died in 1972, Mr. Harvey was elected as President. He remained in that capacity until his retirement in 2009. MR. PEiutY C. HARVEY, J)t. 9/14/1930 -9/12/2012 While a student, he became a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc .. Mr. Harvey was also one of three African Americans to submit an appli cation to the University of Florida, School of Medicine in the 1os. The school accepted an African American female from among the three. Mrs. Harvey said her husband was raised as a memMr. Perry C. .Jr., became the first Africim American to aene oathe Tampa aty Council. He was electecl in 1986 as reprelleld:alhe for District 5 for two consecutive terms. ber of First Baptist Church West Tampa. However, during the 1990s, he became a mem ber of New Hope Baptist Church. In addition to serving more than thirty years as head of the Mr. Harvey also served as the Assistant Secretary and Treasurer of the South Atlantic and Gulf Coast District of the ILA. He was also one of 23 International Vice Presidents of the International Longshoremen s Association, his wife said. During his tenure with the organization, Mr. Harvey traveled extensively on union business throughout the United States. He also visited Japan, Italy, Mexico, Ireland, Puerto Rico, and other coun tries. Mr. Harvey served as the President of the College Hill Pharmacy Corporation for sev eral years. Established in the late 1950s, the pharmacy served the African American community until 2011. In 1986, Mr. Harvey de cided to seek an elected office and ran for Tampa City Coun cil. He won the election and became the first African Amer ican to serve in that capacity. He served for two consecutive terms as the representative for DistrictS-He was active in the com-Among those attending a Tampa-st. Petersburg Links event were from left to right: the late Dr. Andrew R. .Jackson, and Mr. and Mrs. Perry (Barbara) Harvey, Jr. The Honorable Perry C. Harvey, .Jr., presented a resolution to Marc Sutherland and .John Ziegler. munity and appointed to nu merous boards and organiza tions. A native of Thomasville, Georgia, Mr. Harvey moved to Tampa at the age of two with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Perry C. (Mabel Tripp) Harvey, Sr. He was the older of two sons. His brother, Dr. Jerry Harvey, City Councilman Perry C. Harvey addressed the audi ence at the Urban Bankers Re ception in February 1993. As a businessman, Mr. Harvey served as the Chair man of the Board of the Tampa Park Apartments Complex and Plaza. Mr. Perry Harvey, Sr., Mr. Cyril Blythe Andrews, Mr. Cyril Blythe Andrews, Jr., and Mr. Perry C. Harvey, Jr., signed the contract in 1968 to redeMr. Harvey is shown ad dressing the congregation of a local church. Funeral services for Mr. Harvey will take place at 11 a.m., on Saturday, September 22, at New Hope Missionary ., Baptist Church. Wilson's Fu6 neral Home is in charge of handling arrangements. g en m z m r m c: r J; -1 z ., c: m r Cii ::::t: m Perry C. Harvey, Jr. reC turned to Morehouse College m to attend the Morehouse Col-< lege Region ll Conference Din-m ner. He encouraged the Men of ::D Morehouse to support the -< school. c! Service m en c )> z c ., News Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 c servtce SUpport Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal InJuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pain For Loss Wages And Medical care ... (PIP lneurance Transportation AvaHable Auto Repair Body Shop Medical care Provided Soedallzlng In: Car Accidents Pedestrian lncidetlta Motoroycle Accidents Truck Accidents Slip and Falls Bicycle Bus And More be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't yow-fault'" Call Michelle B. 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0 Features N l -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------a: w D ::!!! w D.. w en S ingle Parent Finds career That oners Promising Future c a: LL BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter Deanna Revere has been writing, singing, and performing since she was a little girl. Now the single mother of daughter, Miracle, her priorities have changed. "I wanted to do something with music and some acting, but I knew that would take a lot of time. That's when I started looking for a career where I would still be able to spend time with my daugh ter. With the skill of being a pretty good hair stylist, and thanks to a friend who owns a salon, Ms. Revere was able to become a licensed hair stylist. > Although my ultimate goal is to make it as a film writer, ii: this will help us maintain our LL lives until Miracle gets a little C older, and then I can pursue my true goals. > "I've done some writing, but I lost a lot of it in a fire at en my parent's home.! Ms. Revere said she wants to raise her daughter i;: in a positive environment w > w DEANNA REVERE and provide her everything she needs to grow into a fine young woman. "I want Miracle to have opportunities I didn' t have growing up, and have more choices. "I give all praises to my Heavenly Father for the blessings he has bestowed on me at this point of my life. Things could have turned out wrong for me, but God wouldnit let it happen, and I wonit let it happen. My daughter is too important to me, and I can' t let her or myself down. c w :::1: en :J D ::J D.. 505 East Jackson St. Suite #303 Barrister's Building z i= w ..J ..J ::J D Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 387 BANKRUPTCY Stop FONCiosure & Creditor's tt.rassment REAL I!STATI! LAW FAMILY LAW *ALL PRO REFERRAL* "WHERE THE PROS ARE" .... j! --J_ .:.. .,; ---.,. .. -100 Black Women wants You To Make Your Voice Heard The Tampa Bay Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. (NCBW) was selected as one of eight chapters nationally to NCBW Cares. NCBW Cares promotes opportunities for men and women of all ages, especially those aged so and over, to share their personal stories about the impact recession has had on them, their families and their communities. Janice London, the Tampa Chapter President, stated, We recognize that our advocacy role is an important component of NCBWs nationwide strategy aimed at mobilizing our communities to ensure the economic security of African American women." JANICE WNDON ... President, Tampa Chapter NCBW has partnered with AARP and Addeco to host You ve Earned A Say" on Saturday, September 29, at The H.O P .E. Community Center at 4902 N. 22nd Street, Tampa, from 9 a.m.-6p.m. Participants will receive critical information on current legislative proposals that will benefit and may potentially harm them now or in the future pertaining to Social Security and Medicare reform Addition ally, there will be discussions on the new voter ID laws as well as information on employment and job training. NC10oBW is an organization of progressive women of African descent, who advocates on behalf of women of color through strategic" alliances that pro mote its national agenda on leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and eco nomic empowerment. 22nd Street Construction To Begin Next Week BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer According to Ed Johnson, the East Tampa Development Manager for the City o f Tampa, Phase Two of the 22nd Street Enhancement Project is scheduled to begin next week. This phase of the project will be from Lake Avenue south to 26th Avenue. Johnson said the project will run through May 2013, and contractors are mobiliz ing to start the project Southbound traffic will be diverted the same as it was during the previous phase, and northbound traffic will be open," said Johnson: With the exception of a safety railing fence that has to be installed around a big tree on the southwest corner of 22nd Street and 26th Avenue, Phase 2-A has been This stretch of 22nd Street and the businesses in the strip mall will be impacted by the next phase of the 22nd Street Enhancement Project. completed. Johnson said they have also selected a contractor for the proposed roundabout at the junction of 22nd and 21st Streets, and they are current ly in negotiations. That project is expected to start January 2013. We are still working on providing parking for the customers who use the strip mall on the east side of 22nd Street. 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editorials Columns (USPS 2 0 2 140) part o f t he pro g r am en '220 7 21st Avenue, Tamp a F l orida 3360 5 (813) 248-1921 It is o ne ofthose u n s pok e n m Published Every Tuesday and Friday By t hlngs that comes wit h pl edgi n g FLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. any predominately African-m Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association ( N N PA) American fra t ernity. And bePOSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Flor i da Sentinel B u llet i n P .O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 3360 1 Periodical Postage Pai d A t Tampa, FL C Blythe Andrews 1901-19n (1945) C Blythe Andrews, Jr. 193o-2o1o (19n) S. KAY ANDREWS, PUBLISHER C BLYTHE ANDREWS Ill, PRESIDENT/CONTROLLER ALLISON WELL5-CLEBERT, CFO GWEN HAYES, EDITOR IRIS HOLTON, CITY EDITOR BETTY DAWKINS, ADVERTISING DIRECTOR HAROLD ADAMS, CIRCULATION MANAGER TOYNETTA COBB, PRODUCTION MANAGER LAVORA EDWARDS, CLASSIFIED MANAGER Subscrlptlons-$44.()()..6 Months Both Editions: $87.oo-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this MWapeper by Column i sts or GUHt Writers, do not -.ertly reflect the editorial stance of The Florlde Sentinel Bulletin or the Publisher. I Wars, Polhics Anll StupillitV I 0 n the anniversary of the vicious attack against our na tion, we mourn more recent acts in a series of human savagery and political stupidity. We are referring to the deaths of an American ambassador and members of his staff in Libya. We are also alluding to the dumb-spirited comments that led up to their murders and that immediately followed their murders. We remember, half a century ago, when certain intellectual minds decided "God is dead," and the intellectual furor that followed. However, what did not follow was rioting in the streets of America. Then we remembered author Salman Rushdie's contro versial book about Islam that caused death threats against him. For many Westerners the response to Rushdie's so called inalienable right to exercise his intellectual perspective was itself an abomination. Feelings continue to be sensitive on the matter. Just recently, another author has debuted a movie that has set a situation already on fire into a smoldering fire storm. Whipping storm winds even higher are more recent demonstrations such as the anti-Muslim protests in down town Tampa. To make matters worse, are the comments made by presidential candidate Mitt Romney that his opponent President Barack Obama is wimpy on his response to the perpetrators who killed American officials. What good does it do to cut a bleeding man or to exacerbate an already grievous situation, and to do it all for obvious political gain? Some say they smell a rat during these campaign days. But we say, when stupidity is unleashed, it has its own agenda. Romnev Hedging Bets On Healthcare What did former president Bill Clinton say? "There they go again." He was referring to Republicans' pen chant for "voodoo economics" and other things that go "bump in the dark." But no doubt, he was also referring to presidential candidate Mitt Romney's penchant for backing and then not backing even those ideas he supported when he was governor. Obviously, Mr. Romney has seen ihe handwriting on the wall. Indeed, tempering his ranting about Obamacare, Romney recently stated that he would keep "some" parts of Obama's health-care law, during a ml\ior network interview. Hmm. Still planning to dismantle Obama's health-care law if elected, now Romney says he will retain key provisions such as coverage for pre-existing conditions, allowing families to cover adult children through age 26 and access to coverage for unemployed people. After inciting voters against President Obama, Romney now realizes his hypocrisy to oppose a health-care law almost identical to the health-care law, which he (Romney) imple mented while serving as governor of Massachusetts. Romney' s obvious opportunistic campaigning raises questions as to his trustworthiness and to vacillate on key issues. However, it tells us that no amount of political blindness can shield a candidate from seeing the truth. Some Die To Belong I j u s t came across a st o ry out o f T alla ha s se e sta ti ng t ha t F lorid a A & M Univers ity, a d dr es s i ng a wrongful death law suit leveled against it b y the family of the drum major killed during a hazing incident aboard a bus used by the school's band is placing the blame of the young man s death squarely on his own shoulders. And as shocking and as controversial as this claim comes across it's a surprisingly valid one. This bold reversal of culpa bility is an argument that if I was the lawyer representing the university, I would use myself When you take the emotions that come with such tragic loss out of the equation and focus solely on the facts presented, it becomes clear to see that the de cisions of Robert Champion, the deceased drum major, played a much larger role in his demise than any of the policies Florida A & M had in place. Like the school said in its statement "Mr. Champion knowingly and willingly in volved himself in an illegal ac tivity. While it's obvious that the school is clearly basing its de fense around a loophole in the law in an attempt to prevent it self and the State of Florida from forking over a boatload of cash to the Champion family in damages, in a courtroom, thls a r gument will be given a sub stantial amount of merit. And to b e h o nes t i t s hould. Blaming Flo ri da A & M for Champion's de ath is equiva l ent to finding fault in a station ary structure that a bung e e jumper uses to catapult himself to his own end. Just like that bungee jumper Champion chose to place himself into harm s way. It would be a different story if pledging a fraternity was part of the school's curriculum Florida A & M would be on its way to being renamed "Cham pion State." But since joining a frat is an extra-curricular activity more in line with community service and hazing has been against the rules forever, Florida A & M, along with its former president and band director who were both dismissed as well, shouldn t be held responsible. Like everyone who decides to pledge, Champion knew what he was getting himself into when he decided to join the band fraternity Kappa Kappa Psi. Granted, he didn't ask to be beaten to death .. But I believe it's safe to assume that he didn't go into the situation without having some idea of what to ex pect. I know this because I did the exact same thing when I was in college I made a decision to join one of the hardest pledging fra ternities in the history of the Greeks fully knowing that the possibility of getting my behind Tanoo-Tears "In twenty years everyone will have tattoos. These are the words of my 17 year old son who by the way, has obtained three tattoos without my permission or knowledge. The first one he had a year before I found out and the other two I have no when they appeared. Luckily they are all in places that are not visible. As a parent, I was initially devastated and I immediately took it to be a negative grade on my 'parenting' report card. I have always been against tat tooing. For no particular rea son, other than I think of our bodies as which means tattooing would be van dalizing, in a sense. I have preached this sermon over and over to my kids (obviously to no a v ail). Secretly I have a list of two worries as a parent : one is that my kids will become parents prematurely and the other is that they will wind up behind bars Neve r, I repeat, never ; was getting a tattoo on m y list. Maybe I'm the only one who has a problem with tat toos. I mean if it were just a fad I could deal with it a little better, but its permanent and people didn t just start getting them yesterday. As history has it tattooing has been practiced for centuries throughout the world. It' s true. From the Ainu people of Japan, the Berbers of North Africa, and the Housa people of Nigeria ... the lisl goes on and on. However, though the acts of tattooing may have t}le same outcome (markings on the body) the meaning and intent behind each one is al ways different. For some, it may be a religious aspect, sort of a rite of passage. For others, there may be sentimental value to it, it may be a pledge oflove a tribute to the dead or a sym bol of inspiration. They say it s art. Yeah, that' s another line of defense cause of my desire to belong, at m the time, I was willing to go :0 thro u gh whatever h e ll the y h a d -_-;, prepared f o r m e 1\) Of cou rse m y exp e rienc e d id n t l ast long The fraternity 1\) w as s u s pended indefinitely b y the s chool after only about a month into the proc e ss. To say I was crushed would be an under statement. I look back at my younger self now and think that I must have been completely insane to even contemplate going through that kind of nonsense just to be a part of something But I was 19 then and having those letters across my chest meant every thing. Robert Champion was 26 He was a full-grown man who decided that he didn t care about the punishment he was going to put his body through. If it meant him crossing over into the fold of brotherhood, he was going to endure. Things just didn t tum out the way he 0 planned. :!! I understand the pain that g the Champion family is going en through. Losing a child can't be m easy. But the fact remains that, Z in the end their son was the master ofhls own fate. And, like so many who came before him, r he was also the ultimate victim of his own need for acceptance rAnyone wanting to contact rCiarence Barr can reach hlm !!J at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-Z 018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marl-"C anna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is by the r Fl.orida Sentinel Bulletin en Publishing Company. ilj which has been clearl y backed by Pop culture. There seems to be resurgence in its popula ri ty So m an y o f the a c tors s ingers athletes and rappers hav e tat toos which make me wonder if c m < m c: m C/) c > z c it's sorpe kind of requirement. One o f the po i nts I make to my kids is those very rappers who cover themselves in ink, don t have to worry about going on ., job interviews to get a job. I was y oung once, (it was only twenty years ago that I ....., begged my mom for a gold tooth because m )' peers were getting them -thank goodness she said no) and so I do under stand that at young ages we are seeking our identity and trying to express ourselves, but get ting ink is not the only way to do it. Kids are not realizing that there are risks associated with getting tattoos. It is by the way a procedure using a needle and if you are not doing your re search there can be negative outcomes. in all life is about choices. If tattooing is your ex pression of choice then make sure you are responsible about it. But most importantly, keep in mind that whatever you de cide to place on your skin, is something y ou will have to live with for the rest of your life. C) Contact Chamblee at m The1author me @ gmail.com Cf1 >

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rna News .,... Pres. Obama Beats Romnev In Fundraising For August PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA BOSTON -President Barack Obama squeaked out a fundraising victory over Mitt Romney in August as the candidates gear up for the final stretch of their closely contested campaign. Pres. Obama raised more than $114 million in August, while Romney brought in just over $111 million, according to numbers released this week by the rival campaigns. It's the first time in four months the Democrats have outraised the Republicans. And it's a sharp increase for the president, who raised $75 million in July. Despite Pres. Obama's advantage in August, it's the third straight month Romney has collected more than $100 million, and the figure represents his best one-month fundraising total. 0 ------------------------------------------a: u. 0 z 4( Pres. Obama leads Romnev Bv 5 Points President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney in one of 2012's most crucial swing states, according to a new poll. Obama leads the fa Republican nominee 45 per :::r:::: cent to so percent in Ohio, according to the latest sur m vey from Democratic-lean ing Public Policy P .olling. z The survey also found that i= w ...J ...J ::;) m ...J w z i= z w en Ohioans believe Democrats had the better national con vention. The s-point lead in the latest PPP poll is an improvement for Pres. Obama, but still well within the margin of error --in its August poll of the state, the president held at 3-point lead over Romney, holding steady from July. Pres. Obama, RomnevTo Anend Clinton Global Initiative BILL CLINTON NEW YORKPresident Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney are set to address a major gathering of international philanthropists hosted by Bill Clinton. The former president announced Monday that Pres. Obama and Romney would participate in the annual meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative on Sept. 25 in New York. Romney is scheduled to lead a panel looking at ways to redesign the global food production system. Pres. Obama is set to address a session later that day looking at how banks and other financial institutions can help the world's poor. l Our firm is rated *A 'I' by Martinda/e-Hubbel, the highest rating for legal abiity and ethical standard WOI1dMde. W d a is an /mpOrt8fi decision that should not be based sdely upon acMwtisments (!) Before )OU decide, ask the lawyer to Stllld y0u he WlltiM irlotmiJiiJn about thei' qualficalions and axperieooe. Pres. Obama's Big Advantage: The Non-White Vote A new CNN/ORC poll illustrates the stronghold President Obama has over the quarter of the electorate that is composed of minority voters: he leads among non whites 88 percent to 11 per cent. That showing is even stronger than the approximately 80 percent of the minority vote Pres. Obama received in 2008. While the poll did not break down voters by race, Pres. Obama has been getting more than 90 percent of the Black vote and more than 70 percent of the Latino vote in many surveys This disparity severely complicates Mitt Romney's PRES. BARACK OBAMA strategy for winning About a quarter of the voters in Florida and Virginia, two of the most important swing states in the election, are pro jected to be minorities. Pres. Obama Condemns Anack That Killed u. s. Ambassador WASHINGTON President Barack Obama on Wednesday condemned attacks on a U. S. consulate in eastern Libya that killed the U.S. Ambassador and three American members of his staff. He ordered increased security at U.S. diplomatic posts around the world. The attacks occurred Tuesday night in the eastern city of Benghazi by protesters angry over a film that ridiculed Islam's Prophet Muhammad, according to Libya officials Ambassador Chris Stevens, 52, was killed when he and a group of embassy employees went to the con sulate to try to evacuate staff as the building came under attack by a mob. Stevens is the first U. S ambassador to be killed in an CHRIS STEVENS attack since 1979 when Ambassador Adolph Dubs was killed in Afghanistan. The State Department identified one of the other Americans killed Tuesday as Sean Smith, a foreign service information management officer. The identities of the others were being withheld pending notification of next of kin Arrested and Concerned About Your Legal Rights? Call Tanya Dugree (813) 418-5253 Payment Plans Available With NO CREDIT CHECK C apter 7 Llq Wipe Out Bod Debt! Get Rid Of: 1. Judgments 2. Liens 3. Bills 4. Unsecured Debts $ 500.00 lr Up Filing Fees lr FREE CONSULTATION Call (813) 223-1200Tampa (727) 209-0814 Clearwater/St.

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Local ., :::D c Councilman, Citv OHicials Meet With West Tampa Business Owners CJ) m COUNCILMAN FRANK REDDICK BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer On Wednesday, City Councilman Frank Reddick met with two West Tampa businessmen and the facilitator for the West Tampa Community Group. The meeting was re quested to address the con cerns of the business owners over what they had perceived to be a double standard of what is and isn t allowed to operate a business on Main Street. I scheduled the meeting and invited Code Enforce ment Director, Jake Slater, and others from his office, as well as a city attorney to talk about their concerns," said Reddick. Councilman Reddick said West Tampa Cultural Society founder and busi nessman, Huey Johnson, West Tampa Community Group Facilitator Dwight Bolden, and businessman John Bowers met with him and another meeting will be scheduled in the near future with the city's Zoning Code Manager. They were concerned that they weren t being alHUEYJOHNSON lowed to operate their busi nesses the same way the busi ness owners on South Howard were. They felt they were being unjustly harassed by police about the way they were operating their busi nesses, and they complained about a huge loss of patrons and revenue. They will be given a 6week waiver to allow them to operate and apply for the re tail waiver that will allow them to operate the same as the businesses along South Howard. Councilman Reddick explained that when a busi ness is close to a residence, they have to be separated "The waiver will allow Mr. Johnson the time he needs to install a vinyl fence to separate his business from a residence to the east. It will also allow him and the other business owners the time to get the permits they need to operate the same as the busi nesses along South Howard. "Mr. Johnson said he could get everything done in less than 6 weeks. Councilman Reddick said they also raised concerns about the noise ordinance, DR. PAUUIE RIVERS l.eldenhlp CclnUIInt & Adllllnlaalw PlltDr of Plant City Cll1ltaln Centlr IIR. DOUILAS W. GRANIER, CPAAndPA -Dealing With Conflict In Famlles: A Positive Approach -Managing Finances In Families ... lden1lfylng What We Have To Give Up In Order To Move Forward Conf ..... locdon: Plant City Christian Center, Inc 1214 W. Reynolds St, Suite 2 Plant City, Ftorida and the city attorney told them he would look into it. "The city attorney gave them what the y needed to review so they will know exactly what perm it s they need. Food vendors have to have permits to serve food outside lounges and clubs in the area. "There's nothing wrong with them operat ing their businesses with the same things going on along South Howard, if they have the proper permits Johnson said he thinks the fence request is crazy, and it will add an extra expense, but he will comply. aJ "As far as the noise ordi!:a nance issue is concerned, we .... will have to meet with representa ti ves from the police d epartment to deal with that. N ., r-0 :!! c ,.. en m z :::! z m r-aJ c r r !!I z c m r-c;; % m c m < m -t c: m en c ,.. z c ., :::D 6

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N ,.... Teen Dies In His Sleep After sunerinu Seizure BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, An eighteen Tampa native died sleep He was a student had plans of becoming attorney. Johnnie Travys Wil' called "J.T. by his and friends, had de that he wanted to fol io his uncle's footsteps and become a lawyer. He graduated from Hillsbo rough High School in 2012 and moved to Tallahassee in h is mother, Ms. Dorothy Wilson said. "J. T." was enrolled at Tallahassee Community College. He followed the path of his older siblings and cousins and moved in with his uncle, Attorney Darrell Parks (who is rep resenting the Trayvon Martin family). Ms. Wilson said Attorney Parks provided housing for all of his nephews who graduated from high school and en rolled in college in Tallahas see. "He has really been there for our family. All of his nephews went to Talla hassee and live with him," she said. It was at his uncle's resi ... ,,..,IV, September 16, 2012 4 P.M. ew Salem M. B. Church 405 North Oregon Ave. (Hyde M) DR. HENRY J. LYONS, GMSt lless4tntr. local churches and the community are invited out to support our brothers in_ the lord. IMW, WIts 1m.,. *lor 1M is I Gol;,;,.,.,.., tNt 1M16 is"" of f1fJ, Ill tllfllllfli Gtl/lf lkt lmt6 '"h._, "' Gol; lor WI is lor.. )Jolin 4:7, 8 BROTHER SAMUEL ANTHONY, Pnsklent DEACON JOHNNY BlOUNT, Vke PI'ISident Sunday, September 23, 8:00 a.m. Pastor G. K. and St. Mary M.B. Church of JOHNNIE TRA VYS "J. T."WII.SON 7/18/1994 to 9/9/2012 dence that the young man suffered a seizure in his sleep and died Ms. Wilson said her son began having the seizures in his sleep several years ago. He has had many many test but they never found a cause for the seizures. He only had them during his sleep," she said. "J. T." attended the public schools of Hillsbor ough County and graduated in June with the class of 2012. Ms. Wilson said he loved baseball and played for several years. However, recently, he became at tracted to boxing and weightlifting He wanted to be a boxer. I wasn t in favor of it, but that was his choice. He will be remembered as my smiling baby. Every one can relate to his smile, his smile and his laugh. He was my happy baby and he had a good heart," Ms. Wilson said. "J. T." was a member of New Beginnings Ministry and a typical teenager. But his mother said he was ex cited about attending col lege. She stated that he had began talking about becom ing an attorney in recent years. Meeting Ms. Wilson said that for the past three years, "J. T." participated in the city sponsored Dreamers Against Drugs, Program. In addition to his mother "J. T." is survived by his father, Eugene Wilson, Sr., 3 sisters 1 brother, his uncle and other family members and friends. His family will receive friends Friday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Wilson's Fu neral Home. Services will take place at Bread of Life Ministries, 11333 N. Ne braska Avenue, at 11 a.m. Holmes Funeral Directors of Haines City, FL, are in charge of handling arrange ments. Blale Class 011910 To Hold Meeting Members of the Howard Blake High School Class of 1970, will hold a meeting on Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 9 a.m until10:30 a.m. The meeting will take place at Rogers Park 7910 Willie Black Drive The purpose of the meeting is to finalize plans for the 6oth Birthday Bash. It will take place on October 6, 2012 at Lowry Park, from 11 a.m to 5 p.m. 1902 West La Salle Street Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 254-6282 Fax (813) 254-6368 mtoliveametampa@yahoo.com REV. GREGORY V. GAY, SR., Pastor "104 Years: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song" Mt. Olive A.M.E. Church A.F. Little Fellowship Hall Saturday, September 22, 2012 6 p.m. Banquet Admission: $25 Join us on Sunday, September 23, 2012 at 11 a.m. for the Church Anniversary Worship Service Guest Messenger: BISHOP JOHN H. ADAMS (Retired) Church School at 9:30a.m.

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,. Local -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Accomplished Musician Embarks On Another Passion BYTAMECA JOHNSON Freelance Writer Maurice Jackson is a liv ing, breathing lesson in histo ry. The timeline of his short life includes encounters with some of the world's greatest history makers, such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Mrs. Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and baseball great, Jackie Robinson. He's found a way to creatively share his chance meet ings, along with life lessons and self observations in a newly self-published book of poems he's written. And just as with Jackson's bright and colorful personality, the book is a ray of sunshine. Soul Sighs: Rhythmic Kente Musings is a collection of nearly 70 poems. "Basically, every one of us has a soul, Jackson says. "Our souls emote and it could be a sigh of happiness, a sigh of exasperation, or just a sigh of relief This book is just an example of how my soul sighs about various subject matters." Difficult topics are addressed in the book, such as the impact of slavery and MAURICE JACKSON the death of Trayvon Martin. However, there are also lighthearted poems, including two written about Jackson's observations while shopping at Dollar Tree. Jackson attributes his ninth grade English teacher, Mrs. Ethel Isaacs, for his writing passion. However, she proved to be more than just an educator. "She was my 'guardian angel'," he recalls. "My family moved from Selma, Alabama to Rivera Beach, Florida in 1967. I found myself in a new community, new school and s RHVTHMIQ flENTE MUStNqS FRONT COVER OF BOOK for some unknown reason she reached out to me. She was my protector." He dedicated a poem to her, as well as several other familiar local names, such as his m college and friend, 3: Attorney Carolyn m Stewart, who is the current International President of ..... Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., icon and entrepreneur, Ozepher Butler Harris and Hillsborough County Deputy Ronnie Harrison, killed in 2007. Jackson dedicates the book to his childhood pastor, the late Rev. Lessye W. Charlow, who greatly impacted his life and was responsible for publishing his first written work more than 40 years ago. Jackson is a well regarded Tampa resident and an accomplished pianist and ,. vocalist who has performed at b numerous events across the country. His book, Soul c Sighs: Rhythmic Kente l> Musings will be released next f month as part of the University of South Florida's z Lecture Series. m It will be presented during a public reading October 4, c 2012 at Centro Asturiano on Palm and Nebraska Avenues and will sell for $12.95. For z more information call (813) ., 974-8o36. c m 1: tn :I: m c m -t c m rn c l> z c ,. 6

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a: w m :::E w .... AUencv Representatives Anend East Tampa Meeting BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter fh Chauncia Willis, the City of Tampa's Emergency Man agement Manager, updated C residents attending the East a: Tampa Community RevitalizaLL tion Partnership meeting on Tuesday on evacuation procedures in the event of a serious storm, and how their office prepares for weather-related disturbances and the impact it has on the population. Marcia Mejia from HART updated the attendees about the improved Rapid Transit Service, an.d steps they put in place to decrease the THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION For Aluldant Life Elwlct.ment Cluett 4501 E. Hna Avenue, Tampa, FL I p.m. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2012 $2,500 and other prizae wll be awarded to one conteet entrant at the Celebration. Deadline for contest entry for this event l will be 12 midnight September 19th, 2012 ..... For eucltiona end contMt entryforW. ........... ,.. w compleflt tiM reo-.uon end uploed CJ yow video or cell407-883-2141. Send ,our event lnquiriee to infoOcrazypralee.corn or lnfoOalechurch.org. time patrons wait on buses. According to Mejia, they will be installing a traffic con trol device on the buses that would allow them to travel quicker. They are also going to automate some of their bus stops with information a place to purchase bus passes, and UNITY M.B. CHURCH ELDER H H. HUNl; PASTOR Sunday School 9:30A.M. Moming Worship A.M. Biblt Study 1\lts. 7:30 P.M. TH[ PUBLIC IS INVIT[D vending areas." Also, progress is still being made on getting the bus stop on 22nd Street near the Wal green's Store updated. Local businessman, Michael Reeves, addressed the group about the cameras that were installed during the RNC convention. Reeves was concerned that the cameras were going to be relocated, and thought they would be in residential areas invading the privacy of resi dents "The cameras will be installed in areas of East Tampa where illegal dumping occurs, and not near any residential areas. We think they will help us and the Environmental Po lice tremendously, because East Tampa is near the top of most used illegal dumping areas," said partnership chair, Essie Sims. City Councilman Mike Suarez addressed the group about the future of East Tampa and his commitment to seeing things move forward. Back To School Dance To Be Held At NFl Yet Center On Saturday, September 15th from 7 p. m. until1o p. m., Anti-bullying rap prodigy Lil' Brus will be hosting a "Getting On The Good Foot Back To School Dance ." The event will be held at the Jackson Heights NFL YET Center, 3310 East Lake Avenue, and will have free food and entertainment. CDC o f Tampa, Incorporated City of Tampa, and several East Tampa or ganizations are sponsoring the event for those 12 to 18 years old only. 49TH PASTORAL APPRECIATION BANQUET SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 6 P.M. Speaker: REV. DR. FLETCHER LAWSON Paltor, st. Mary M. 8. ctuch, Parrish SUnday, September 16th 3:30p.m. Speaker: REV. M. MURRAY Pastor, Greater Friendship M.B. Church

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Local Satetv was Taken Seriouslv During RNC -convention Ms. Chauncia Willis, City of Tampa Emergency Coordinator, is shown with Preston Cook, Hillsborough County EOC Director. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last month, the City of Tampa hosted the Republican National Convention. This marked the first opportunity in which the city undertook such a project In an effort to be prepared for any event that may have arose, Mayor Bob Buckhorn and his leader ship team, ensured that the event was successful by leaving nothing to chance. Tampa Fire Chief Tom Forward, who also serves as the Emergency Manager for the City of Tampa said This event was a collaboration of the entire city. We were Consequence Management. Our primary role was to be aware of everyone involved, the resources available, and the resources requested. We kept the mayor apprised of the health and fitness of the entire city." In addition to every aspect of the city being involved, Chief Forward said more than so outside agencies were support units and pro vided resources to ensure the event was successful. A special center was estab-Tampa Fire Chief Thomas Forward, left, is shown with Mayor Bob Buckhorn and Tampa Police Chief Jane Castor at the EOC Center. lished for the convention. It was designed to accommo date representatives on a federal, state, county, and city level, and it had a daily staff fluctuating between 120 and 140 people. The center operated as a collaborative effort between Fire Chief Forward, Hillsborough County Fire Chief Ron Rogers, City of Tampa Emergency Coordinator Chauncia Willis, and Preston Cook, Hillsborough County Emergency Operations Directors The convention was one of the largest national special security events led by the Secret Service. The Presidential Inauguration is considered the largest. Ms. Willis said on a rat ing of one to five with five being the highest, the Super Bowl is rated a number one. However, the RNC received a rating of five. She further said that while the work her office does may not be common knowledge, she is trained for all types of disasters ranging from nat ural disasters such as hurricanes, to floods, or manmade disasters such as oil spills. (Photography by BRUNSON). bSITIIDPI CDIDIDUIIIJ Cleanup To Be Held SablrdiV m 3: On S aturday, Sept e mber al 15th f r om 9 a. m. u ntil 1 p m., a t l eas t s o volun t eers will ..... be gat h ering for a c o mmunity cleanup in East Tampa. Activist M i c helle W ill iams, who put the effort together, said she is pleased how the entire community and the city has stepped u p for t h is effort. "I've g ott e n call s from mo r e than 200 people about this project, and an out-of-town evangelist has volunteered to come and work along with the volunteers Every city agency from Clean City to Solid Waste has committed to being there." Ms. Williams said every one gather under a tent at 22nd Street and 19th Avenue. The area to be ""' cleaned will be 10 streets 6 from 15th Street to 26th :!! Avenue. "If you haven't pitched in to en be a part of this project, it's m never too late. All you have to do is show up." z Ms. Williams said she is p! appalled over how East m Tampa has been neglected C and she will hold accountable J= everyone responsible. !!l z "tJ c m c en :J: m c m < m -t c m en c ,.. z c ""' :!! c C) m ..... ..... I )>

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Local ffi Board Of Countv Coissioners Approve Historic Marker In Bealsville Counitv Hillsborough County C Commissioner AI fE Higginbotham, District 4, and the Board of County Commissioners voted September 6 to direct the Hillsborough County Historic Advisory Council to create a historical marker in Bealsville community, recognizing the original 12 founders Beals\dlle, which is seven miles south of the City of Plant City, near the intersection of Horton Road and State Road 6o, was founded in 1865 as Howell's Creek. Many of the current residents in the Bealsville community can trace their ancestry to the found C ing families. a: Throughout my six years on the County Commission z I have been proud to work < with Bealsville, c Incorporated, the Plant City Eagles football team and the other leaders in this strong community," says Higginbotham. "I am impressed by their unity and ability to work together for the betterment of our chil dren. Through the recognition of their great history, this historical marker will encourage the future gener ations." The Hillsborough County Historical Advisory Council is appointed by the Board of County Commissioners and is tasked with managing a uniform marker program for historical sites. At their next meeting on September 17, they will discuss the language and locations for the Bealsville markers, which can range from $2,475 to $3,000. The original inhabitants of the Bealsville community werf! freed slaves from Hopewell, Knights, Springhead, and other surrounding communities. The earliest settlers included Steven Allen, Isaac Berry, Peter Dexter, Neptune Henry, Mills Holloman, Sam Horton, Bryant Horton, Mary Reddick, Abe Messenger, Roger Smith, Jerry Stephens, and Robert Story. With the help of plantation owner Sarah Howell, these former slaves moved to their new property in 1865, homesteading 40 to 160 acres through the 1866 Southern Homestead Act. The community fought overwhelming odds and created roads, establishing their heritage of pride and ownership. 01--------------------------------------------------------------------w :: > a: w > w c w :I: 0 ::J Youth league To Honor coaches m :: a. z j::: ..-...J ...J :: m From left to right: Janette Penman (president), Frezell Wilson, Sr. (Commissioner), Angel Ferguson (Vice President), and Michael Kaufman (Athletic Director). BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter This Saturday at Cuscaden Park, the Tampa Bay Panthers will face the Tampa Bay Hurricanes in a youth football game. This game will be a little different, as a special tribute will be given to Arthur Green, Julius Colley, Orlando Gudes, Billy Christmas, and Bobby Wilds for their dedication to the youth football league programs and their work with youth from all over the city. < Tampa Bay Panthers N Commissioner, Frezell ..... "Coach Free" Wilson, w (!) Sr., said both teams started as the Copeland Saints, and won back-to-hack national championships in 2008 and 2009. "Today, we have the same mission and that is to teach the kids God discipline, and education. "That's why we are making this tribute to the people named above, because they made it all possible when there wasn't anything but the PAL in the inner city." Coach Free has been a part of youth football for 27 years, and said he's grateful the youth of Tampa have somewhere to go to help build their character and give them direction. I played for the Tampa Eagles as a kid, and it was important for me to bring that back to the Ybor City area." Saturday's game will begin at 11 a. m. with a flag game, followed by the Mighty Mites at 12 p. m., the Pee Wee team at 2 p. m., the junior varsity at 4 p. m., and the senior team at 6 p. m. The community is encouraged to come out and sup_port the kids and enjoy an evening of great competition and family fun Tracey Dawkins is the Commissioner of the Hurricanes, and for the Panthers, Jeanette Penman is team president; Angel Ferguson, team vice-president; Coach Free, commissioner, and Mike Kayman, athletic director. In The Spotlight ALEXIS Heading into the weekend, this week's Spotlight feature will definitely leave you with a lasting impression. Alexis stands 5'5" tall, and says her favorite star is Rafael Nadal. Her hobbies are to play tennis and the piano, and in the future, she hopes to get a PhD. in Psycholog-y. Alexis says her philosophy of life is to "live life with no regrets." The man in her life must have a great personality, good sense of humor, and future goals. Congratulations to Alexis as this week's Spotlight feature. 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Sooners Trample Over Haulers 'Cats Stage -Comeback Against 'Dous BY TED TAYLOR The Rattlers of Florida A & M University went into M emorial Stadium in Norman, Oklahoma, on Saturday evening not intimidated by the great Sooners they were about to face on the gridiron. In the end, though, the Sooners were too quick for the snakes as Oklahoma University tram pled the Rattlers 69-13, in front of 84,852. F AMU opened with some momentum gaining a first down in the opening drive, but after 5 plays had to punt. The Sooners' offense could not move the ball and also had to punt. Following another FAMU punt, the Sooners finally got on the board on a 3-yard run by Damien Williams. A punt return of 43 yards set up an easy score on a 4-yard run by Williams, for a 14-0 lead at the end of the first quarter FAMU avoided a shutout early in the second quarter on a 41-yard field goal by Chase Varnadore. The drive was set up on a fumble recovery by defensive back Marvin Ross at the OU 30-yard line. The Sooners quickly answered the field goal with another touchdown run of 15 yards by Williams. A few minutes later in the quarter, receiver Kenny Stills caught a 16-yard touchdown pass from quar terback Landry Jones to increase the lead to 28-3. On its next series, F AMU quarterback Damien Fleming connected with receiver Travis Harvey on a 75-yard bomb to cut the lead to 28-10. Thereafter, scoring belonged to the Sooners as the lead was padded to 35-10 on an 18-yard pass from Jones to Trey Metoyer with 36 sec onds remaining in the half. In the third period, the Sooners scored handily on touchdown runs of 3 and 10 yards by Brennan Clay and a big 89-yarder by Williams sandwiched between the Clay scores Late in the quarter, backup quarterback Tyler Bass engineered a drive that cul minated on a 46-yard field goal by Varnadore. With the score at 56-13, the Sooners brought in the reserves. The fourth quarter began as the third quarter ended, when reserve tailback Dominique Whaley got on the board on a 4-yard run. The point-after was missed for a 62-13 score. The lead was extended to 69-13 on a 15-yard run by reserve tailback Roy Finch. A late FAMU possession netted a first down and after the punt, the Sooners allowed the clock to run out. The Rattlers open the Mid Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) season on Saturday night against Hampton University. The Bragg Stadium encounter pits F AMU Coach Joe Taylor against his former team and he has a losing record against the Pirates at 1-3. BY TED TAYLOR For the second consecutive week, the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats staged a big come back to overcome the South Carolina State Bulldogs in Orangeburg, South Carolina. After spotting the 'Dogs 14 first quarter points, B-CU scored 27 unanswered points over the rest of the game to shock the 15,491 fans in attendance The Bulldogs used the ground game to grind out touchdowns on a 5-yard run by Asheton Jordan and a 3-yard run by Jalen Simmons, for a 14-0 lead midway the opening quarter. Just as the first .period belonged to the 'Dogs, the Cats took charge in the sec ond. The recovery in the end zone of a fumbled punt snap by Tyrone BoUie got B-CU untracked On the Bulldogs next pos session, an interception by Don Hanks gave B-CU a short field. A few plays later, runningback Isidore Jackson made them pay on a 4-yard run. Jackson finished with 81 yards on 21 carries, and Hanks had another interception. B-CU took the lead for good on a 28-yard field goal by Sven Hurd. The score at the half was 17-14 in favor ofB-CU. -n Hurd opened the third 0 quarter with another :::D goal, this time from 23 C yards. The final touchdown came on a 3-yard run by the m other back Rodney Scott. The Wildcats may want to z be careful about falling behind next week when they m visit Division 1-A power C: University Of Miami. The Hurricanes are smarting !!1 from an embarrassing 52-13 z loss to Kansas State last "'D Saturday. ;i 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------0 SweetTIk WIRELESS SAVE MONEY ON YOUR CELL PHONE BILL! Unlimited Talk Unlimited Text & MMS* 100MB of Data Pllfed ................ ... MOll clltll Sweet T o WIRELES Unlimited Talk Unlimited Text & M 2 GBofData The perfect unlimited plan with more data! Unlimited Talk Unlimited Text a MMS' 100 MB of Data Best value In wireless! 1200 Talk MiiMes 3000 Text & MMS' 100 MB of Data for the average cell phone user! 250 Talk Minutes 250 Text a MMS' 10 MB of Data Great for the minimal cell phone user! NATIONWIDE COVERAGE The LARGEST Network in the Nation ... period! No Contrad No Credit Check ::a: m c m < m :::IJ < -4 c: m en c )> z c '"T'I :!! c .... (,) )>

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N Hanard Basketball I Star To DrOP Out Amid Academic Scandal en c a: LL CAMBRI DGE Mass. Harvard baske tb all c o -ca p ta in K yle Casey plans to withdraw from school am i d a cheating scandal that a l so may involve other athlet es, according to severa l reports Sports Illus t ra ted an d the H a r vard Cr im s o n r e po r t e d Tue s da y tha t Casey, a s enior, would take a leave of absence from school in an attempt to preserve a year of eligibility once the issue is resolved. Co-captain Brandyn Curry also has been implicated in the scandal and is weighing his options, his father said. Curry also is expected to withdraw from classes. KYLE CASEY The school is looking into whether at least 125 under graduates in what has been reported to be an Introduction to Congress class of about 280 students cheated by working together on a take-home final exam in the spring. c a: LL c z c( Chad Johnson Charged With Domestic Banerv c en w ::::) .... w > w c w :I: en ::::i a:l CHAD 'OCHOCINCO' JOHNSON :::l FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. ll. -Six-time Pro Bowl receiver Chad Johnson has been for W mally charged with one count :i of misdemeanor domestic bat :) tery. a:l The Broward State uj Attorney's Office filed the Z charge Wednesday. Johnson i= faces up to a year in county z w en c( c a: 0 ...J LL jail. Johnson was arrested last month after his wife accused him of head-butting her dur ing an argument in front of their home. He was later freed on $2,500 bond. The confrontation came barely a month after Johnson married Evelyn Lozada, who is on the reality TV show Basketball Wives. The 34-year-old Johnson had been battling for a spot on the Miami Dolphins after a disappointing season with the New England Patriots in 2011. The Dolphins released Johnson a day after his arrest. Johnson is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday morn ing and to file a written plea of not guilty. lnexpensiYe Cars & Low-fayment, Great Cars, lice lnYenlory-W.l. IOWI Contort: Tony Jones Office: 813-870-3333 Dired Line: 813-965-3105 ... ... I I q PrHiwned Blow-Out -Sale WORK BY 1DDIIIIIITU,[IIT( ONLY CARS AS LOW AS 2,887.00 C) I ---------------$500 DISCOUNT ON ALL MODELS Wrl H I HIS AU -Brother IINR Plaver Killed In Triple Homocide SIMEON GILMORE The brother of Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was one of three victims in a triple homocide in Pelham, Alabama According to the report, Simeon Gilmore, 19, identified as Dareus' brother, was among three people shot to death at a Pelham home on Sunday. The other victims were identified as Casey Cumberland and Joshua Smith, both 22. Jon Staggs, 20, was charged with three counts of capital murder in the matter. Dareus is making plans to return home to be with his family at the time of this tragedy. Jets' CB Has Mild Concussion, Status Uncertain The New Yor k Jets announced Monday that Darrelle Revis has a "mild concussion, and his status for the team's game at Pittsburgh on Sunday was uncertain. "He seems to be feeling good," coach Rex Ryan said adding that the team will always err on the side of caution with head injuries. A player can't practice or play until he is cleared by the team doctor and the team's independent neurological consultant. Bucs Travel To New York As Underdogs Although the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won their season opener over the Carolina P a nther s, and the 'New York Giants l o s t the i r o pener against the D allas Cowb oys thedefending Super B owl champions are still favored to beat the B ucs t hi s Sunday at Met life St a d i um The last time these two te ams m e t was on S e ptember 27, 2009, with the Giants recording a 24-0 road win. The Giants will be looking across the field at several of their former coaches who are now on the Buccaneer staff. Among them are offensive coordinator, Mike Sullivan, and defensive coordinator, Bill Sheridan. Also, former Giants offen-sive tackle, Jamon Meredith, is now a Buccaneer. The Giants are expected to use a few tricks to throw off their former coaches, but they do admit it puts them at a disadvantage. Kickoff will be at 1 p. m., and the game will be televised. Patrick Ewing Bv lnicks' oner Hall of Fame New York Knicks center Patick Ewing said he felt "insult ed that the Knicks extended to him an offer to coach the team s D-league affiliate, the Eerie BayHawks. Ewing felt a bit slighted because he has already established himself in the NBA. Needless to say, Ewing turned down the offer. He had interviewed for the head coaching position with the Charlotte Bobcats and Portland Trail Blazers this summer, but wasn't extend ed an offer from either team. Last season, he was not asked to stay with the Orlando Magic, where he had served as an assistant Patrick Ewing felt 'insulted' that he was asked to coach a D-league team. coach under Stan Van Gundy, after Van Gundy was let go by the team. Ewing said he wants to coach at the NBA level and considers New York his home. Chris Bosh Adding Bulk Fresh off his team's cham pionship-winning season, the Heat's Chris Bosh i s t ryi n g to add si x pounds of muscle in order to play a more permanent center position for the Heat this season Bosh has become accus tomed to playing the role of power forward on the Heat, but coach Erik Spoelstra played Bosh at center at times last season, including frequent occasions during the pla y offs. Miami has a glaring lack of depth at the center posi tion. The Heat have tried a wide array of options at the center position over the past two years -Joel Anthony, CHRIS BOSH Jamaal Magloire, Eddy Curry, Dexter Pittman and Ronny Turiaf are just a few -but their lineup worked best in last season s playoffs when Bosh manned the position.

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leBron James, Kevin Durant Meet In Akron For A Week 01 Workouts LeBron James and Kevin Durant are working out with each other in Ohio a month before the NBA season tips off. Miami Heat star LeBron James and the Oklahoma City Thunder's franchise player Kevin Durant are teaming up this week near James' hometown of Akron, Ohio for a series of two-a-day workouts in an effort to prepare for the season, which tips off in October. The pair had dubbed !list year's preseason workouts "Hell Week" and admitted that the time spent going up against each other in the off season put them in a better position to win in the playoffs; the Heat defeated the Thunder in Game 5 of the 2012 NBA Finals. Less than a month after the Finals wrapped up, James and Durant began practicing together on the U.S. Olympic basketball team, marking the beginning of their path to winning gold in London. James and Durant will soon have the chance to play against each other after their week in Ohio together; the Thunder get another crack at the Heat on Christmas. Nets' Willia11s Open To Plavinu For Team USAin14 NEW YORK-Two-time Olympic gold medalist Deron Williams of the Brooklyn Nets said Monday he would be "definitely open" to playing for the United States in the 2014 World Cup of Basketball. Williams, who helped the Americans win the gold medal in Beijing in 2008 and defend their title last month in London, said he loves representing the U.S. and wouldn't rule out returning for a third Olympics in four years. "I'll be 32, so I'm not going to be too old," Williams said. "(Jason) Kidd was 36 the last time we did it, so I could play two more essentially. But we'll see, we'll see what happens. Four years is a long ways off." Formally called the world basketball championship, Nets guard Deroo Williams says he's 'definitely open' to playing for the U.S. in 2014. the World Cup of Basketball will be held in Spain in two years and the Americans are. qualified with their Olympic title. WILLIAMS JOHANNESBURG Newly crowned U.S. Open champion Serena Williams and sister Venus will play each other in an exhibition match on a visit to South Africa in early November. The Americans will also attend a coaching clinic in the faii!OUS Soweto township when they travel to the country in support of a women's charity, organizers said Wednesday. They will face each other on. court for the first time in Africa at the Ellis Park Arena in Johannesburg. The sisters also have combined for i3 Grand Slam doubles titles and won Olympic gold in the doubles in 2000, 2008 and this year; Serena Williams Stands Up For A-APiaver NEW YORK -Serena, Williams says she's alanned by the U.S. Tenni's Association's decision to hold a top junior player out of competition over concerns about her fitness. Sixteen-year-old Taylor Townsend is the world's top-ranked girl. The Wall Street Journal first reported last week that the USTA withheld funding her tournament appearances while she focused on getting in better shape. "If that happened, that's obviously a tragedy, because everyone deserves to y;' Williams said Monday, a day after winning the U.S. Operi. DALLAS -There was no secret about the Dallas Mavericks' plans going_ into free agency and their heavy pursuit of Deron Williams. Things obviously turned out much differently. ELTON BRAND More than two months after All-Star guard Williams opted to stay with the Nets for their move to Brooklyn rather than come home to play, the Mavericks formally introduced the five veteran players they were able to add instead Dallas got Elton Brand on Philadelphia used its onea waiver claim from time amnesty provision in the Philadelphia, signed free new CBA to let Brand go, and agents Chris Kaman and the Mavs won the waiver O.J. Mayo, and acquired claim. The 33-year-old twoDarren Collison and time All-Star who will make Dahntay Jones in a trade $18.1 million the final season from Indiana. All those moves of a five-year contract that will 0 were made in July. be paid mostly by the 76ers. ::0 __________________________________________ g Shaq Has No Interest In Howard, W on't Plav r-ID rShaquille O'Neal, who has managed to remain in the basketball spotlight as a television analyst, also tends to make headlines with his opinions, some of which he expressed in a recent interview. Q: What was your reac tion to Dwight Howard being traded to the Lakers? A: "I don't have a reaction. You have to care to have a reaction. I've got businesses to run. I always tell people that in order to step in my shoes you have big shoes to fill. For him, he's going to have to at least win three to get people's SHAQUILLE O'NEAL r-!!l z "U c: aJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m Q: Is there any truth to the reports that you'll be m playing games in the c Mexican League next month? )> A: "No truth to that. It's Z kind of unfortunate that socalled experts have to get their sources from the C Internet." ft Doesn't Need To Be Perfect, Under Construction Is OK

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a: w ID ::E w w 0 > The Cold light Of Day 0: -Henry Cavill, Bruce Willis u.. and Sigourney Weaver misfire in this ho-hum action film. Wait for it on HBO. Made $1.8M. (BudgetN/A). Possession A little girl gets possessed by an evil spirit that came from a box her Dad purchased at a yard sale. Definitely, not for kids. No. 1 at box office. Made $33M. (Budget $14M). ***lf2 Lawless Shia LaBeouf and Tom Hardy (Bane) star in this true story about a bootlegging family battling the Law. Very brutal. Made $23M. (BudgetN/A). ***112 Sparkle The last and final film starting the leg endary Whitney Houston. Enough said! Must-see. Made $23M. (Budget $14M). **** Premium Rush -A u.. quick pace, life or death Q movie about a bike messenZ ger (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) C racing through New York City delivering packages and running from the cops. This W film was different. Enjoyed it. Made $16M. (Budget N/A). ***lh w The Expendables 2 i:'; Sylvester Stallone, Jason 0 Statham and the gang return W to save the world from a be lievable bad guy, Jean Claude :::i VanDamme. More blood and guts. Enjoyed watching the a. legends back on the screen. z Made $75M. (Budget tij $1ooM). ***lf2 ..J ParaNorman This ..J :::: stop-motion animation film ID is about a kid named Norman irl who is considered weird by Z his family because he can see t= and talk to ghosts and zomffi bies. Kids and adults will love 0 this movie. Made $45M. C (Budget N/ A). **** Matt Damon as the new spy to be chased by the government. Not as intense as the other Bourne movies, but still good action. Made $103M. (Budget $125M). ***112 Total Recall (2012) Douglas (Colin Farrell) real izes his whole life is a lie and the bad guys want to destroy him Kate Beckinsale (Under world) plays a good villain and her role saves this movie. Action-packed. Made $57M. (Budget $125M).*** Dairy Of A Whimpy Kid: Dog Days Wimpy kid (Greg) grows up and now he wants to date girls. Kids will love this movie. Made $46M. (Budget $30M). *** Beasts Of The Southern W:ald -A 6-year-old girl named Hushpuppy and her father live in the southern community of Louisiana called the Bathtub. Despite limited means, the father prepared Hushpuppy to sur vive a hurricane, the swamp, and life without him. Hush puppy (Quvenzhane Wallis) should be nominated for an OScar jbest actress. Enjoyed sitting in the balcony at the historic Tampa Theater. A Must-See! Made $10M. (BudgetN/A). **** The Watch -Just like Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller misfires on this horror f com edy film about aliens living in their community and Stiller setting up a neighborhood watch team to weed them out. Wait for the DVD. Made $33M. (Budget $68M). ** Dark Knight RisesDi rector Christopher Nolan does it again with his last and final Batman. Can t quite out do the Joker, but Bane (Tom Hardy) came close to bring ing mayhem to Gotham City Another classic by Nolan. Must see! Made $437M. (Budget $250M). **** Ice Age: Continental Drift This needs to be the final movie for the Ice Age franchise. Wait for the video. Made$157M.(BudgetNjA). ** Savages (2012) Two local marijuana dealers have to become savages to deal with the brutal world of the Mexican Drug cartel. Di rected by Oliver Stone. Very violent. Not for kids. Made $47M. (Budget $45M). ***112 Madea's Witness Protection -Tyler Perry is back as Madea and she has to pro tect a family from the mafia. Could have been funnier, but it's still worth seeing. Made $65M. (Budget $2oM). *** Spider Man The first Spider Man was a classic and this remake of the first Spidey is also a classic. An drew Garfield (Social Net work) comes through as the new Spider Man. Check it out on 3D-Dbox. Made $26oM. (Budget $230M). **** Ted Mark Wahlberg scrires again with this funny comedy about a teddy bear named Ted coming to life to be his friend. Worth-seeing for laughs. Made $216M. (Budget $5oM). **** Marvel's The Avengers Samuel Jackson (Nick Fury), Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evan (Cap tain America), Mark Ruffalo (The Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), and Scar lett Johansson (Black Widow) violently come to gether to save the world from Thor 's brother, Loki and his underworld soldiers Action packed! 2 hrs ./30 mins. Made $622M in U.S. (Budget 0: The Bourne Legacy g Jeremy Renner replaced and Batman (Christian Bale). $22oM). **** Bold And The Beauti-. ful One important person is absent from Brooke and Ridge's wedding; Ridge in vites his guests to publicly share what his and Brooke's wedding means to them. Rick's scheme to win Caro line back causes tension with Hope; Thomas gives a touching toast at Brooke and Ridge's wedding reception; a surprising revelation is made just as the festivities come to a close. Days Of Our Lives Rafe acts on his emotions and surprises Sami; Adri enne warns Sonny that Will has lots of baggage; Will tries to clear the air with Sonny; Gabi meets Nick at the pub and is stunned to re alize who he is. Sami tells EJ she can't go on their date; Jennifer seeks out Daniel to apologize; Gabi and Chad have a confrontation; Will and Sonny finally realize they're attracted to one an other. General Hospital Carly is tipped off about the secrets that the men in her life are keeping; the ques tion of who will survive looms large. Jason' s actions prompt Sam to make a deci sion about the future; Spinelli gets the answer Jason wants. Young And The Rest less -Sharon pleads to be released her from the men tal institution, while Phyllis' lies shatter her family. Daniel confronts Phyllis about her affair with Ronan, while Genevieve helps an in jured Victor. HOROSCOPES Virgo (Aua. 23-8ept. 22) -Being graceful and grateful comes in handy, es pecially now. You learn a different way of getting things done. Get outdoors. Let go off the things that don't serve you. Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) Fall in love all over again. Dip your oars into so cial waters, and row with gusto. Take advantage of your psychic senses. Cre ative work pays well. Post pone an outing. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Put your heart into it, as well as your other mus cles. It will take inspiration and perspiration and it will be worth it. Sudoku or some other math gaine can keep your brain exercised. Sagittarius (Nov. 22Dec. 21) -Work interferes with playtime. Do it for love, not money, and don't be afraid to ask for what you're worth. An upgrade may be necessary. The overall out come is positive. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Ask and you shall receive. Consider what you're asking for. Think over a friend's suggestion very carefully. Seek harmony in romance. The odds are in your favor. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -Partnering is essen tial for two more days. Ne gotiate a little bit more to refine the plan. Relaxation helps. Accept an invitation from a special person. Pisces (Feb. 19-Mareh 20) -Entering two days of steady work effort. Profit from meticulous service and charm. It's a winning com bination. You can find the resources to manifest a dream. Aries (March 21-April 19)-Do something you've always wanted to do. Then make happy plans, and cre ate time for romance. A fe male adds the right touch. Gather information because you don't have all the facts yet. Taurus (April 20-May 20) -You can tell if it's true love, but you may want keep your feelings to yourself, for now. Inspiration is all around. Friends are charm ing and charmed. Gemini (May 21-June 20) It's a beautiful mo ment to relish. What you have to say is important, so say it. You have a gift with words. Leave them wanting more. A social event pro vides surprises. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -It's easy to find the resources. A little research goes a long way. Keep a se cret. An old friend will repay a favor or a debt. The out come is beneficial. Leo (July 23-Aug. 2 .2) Brilliance comes at you with lighting speed. Capture as much as you can, taking good notes so you'll remem ber. Let what you're learn ing sink in. Make time for love, too. Keep a secret.

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f.Y.J. Miles Davis Gets 'Stamp Of Approval' Annual Crime Prevention m CHICAGO, IL -Celebrated Chicago bass musician Frank Russell (rear, second from left) is pictured here with the family oflatejazz artist Miles Davis, at the dedication of the new Miles Davis U. S. postage stamp. The stamp, officially issued for 2012 by the U. S. Postal Service, was recently unveiled at the DuSable Museum of African American History in the city, as part of a concert in tribute to the late trumpeter coinciding with DuSable's "The Sounds of History" summer jazz concert series. Pictured (front row, from left) are Miles' grandson Paul, great grandson Paul, Jr., emcee Marsha Noble, his son, Erin, saxophone player Glen Burris, nephew Vince Wilburn and Miles Davis Ensemble percussionist Robert Irving, III. Notably, Irving played on Russell's current jazz album, 'Circle Without End,' which is under consideration for a Grammy Award. The Miles Davis stamp was nationally released in June, along with a stamp honoring legendary chanteuse Edith Piaf, in conjunction with La Poste, the French postal service. This marked the first time that the United States and France have jointly issued a stamp since 1989, when both countries honored the bicentennial of the French Revolution. Run And Familv Festival SWIYYAH MUHAMMAD ... Author of "Don't Call Me Crazy! I'm Just In Love" On Saturday September 15th the Annual Crime Pre vention Run and Family Fes tival will take place. The event will be held at Childs Park, 4301 13th Avenue South, in St. Petersburg. The event will begin at 10 a.m and several speakers will address those in atten dance. Ms. Swiyyah RASHID A STROBER ... National playwright and actress aJ m l:J Muhammad, author of Don t Call Me Crazy! I'm Just In Love, and Ms. Rashida Strober, national playwright and actress are 6 among the speakers. l:J This event marks the 28th year that the City of St. Pe -en tersburg has hosted the m event that focuses on crime prevention and family unity. z m r-m c: r rz ., c: aJ r-c;; % m c m < m -4 c: m C/) c J> z c :!! g -<

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NF c; Lnterta1nment Jennner Hudson Forgives Killer Of Her Mother, Brother And Nephew :E w 0. w (/) Academy Award winner Jen nifer c Hudson a: says she LL can forgive (but won't forget) the murderer JENNIFER of her. HUDSON mother, brother and young nephew: William Balfour. In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Hudson says that Balfour's up bringing is more to blame for his actions than anything else. "I'm not letting him off the hook for anything," said Hudson, adding "I feel like, for the most part, it's not his fault. It's what he was taught. How h e was brought up We t r ied to offer l ove but he was so far gone he couldn t even see that Less than a month after her brother in-law Balfour, was convicted of mur dering her 57-year-old mother, Darnell Donerson, her 29-year-old brother, Jason Hudson, and her 7-year-old nephew, Julian King, on October 24, 2008, the Academy Award winner shared her grief during an appearance on September 9 episode of Oprah's Next Chapter. (On July 24, Balfour, 31, was sentenced to three consecutive life terms in prison without the possibil ity of ever being paroled.) Minai Confirms Her Rap fE Was No Romnev Endorsement c z referenced the Republican W nominee for president. Some took her words to mean she was backing ::J President Barack m Obama's opponent. Not Pres. Obama z though, who told radio sta i= w ..J ..J ::::;) m tion WPYOFM in Orlando, FL, that he didn't think it was a Romney plug, adding: "She likes to play different characters." In her tweet, Min.Y thanked Pres. Obama for understanding "my creative humor and sarcasm," then noted: "the smart ones al ways do ... (asterisk) sends love and support." Minaj rapped the verse on the Lil Wayne mix tape track, "Mercy." Rihanna Gets NewTanoo RIHANNA Rihanna does whatever Rihanna wants to do. The Bajan Pop singer took to Twitter, via Instragram, to show off her latest tattoo, an image of the goddess Isis un derneath her breasts. The new ink is in honor of her late grandmother, Clara "Dolly" Braithwaite, who passed away from cancer ear lier this summer. 50 savs Manager's Death Won1 End Feud With Fat Joe CHRISUGHIY And so CENT The death of Hip-Hop super manager, Chris Lighty, brought together people from all walks of life in the Hip-Hop community. Lighty's funeral also brought together Fat Joe and so Cent, two men he managed, despite their bitter feud in the middle of the 2000s. Although the two were probably as close as they've been to each other in over a decade, so says that it doesn't change the opinion that he has of the Fat Joe. Robin Robans To ReceiVe Bona Marrow Transpta Robin Roberts is headed to the hospital for her bone marrow transplant proce dure. The "Good ROBIN Morning America" ROBEirl'S co-host bid farewell on Twit ter on Monday morning. "My last tweet for awhile. Head ing to ... time to focus on healing. I take each & every one of you w /me in my heart. Light and love," she wrore. Roberts revealed that she was diagnosed with MDS, a rare blood and bone-marrow disorder, in June. She will be receiving a bone marrow transplant from her sister, sally. Jav-z And Bevonce To Host Fundraiser For President Hip Hop power couple Jay-Z and Beyonce will host a fundraiser for Pres. Barack Obama at the 40/40 Club in New York. The event will go dqwn on Tuesday, September 18th, but don't expect to get an in vite unless you are truly VIP and have sufficient funds. The event will be intimate and capped at 100 guests who will shell out $40,000 per ticket to dine with tlie JAY-Z And BEYONCE commander-in-chief and hip-hop royals. Morgan Freeman Is Alive, No Maner What Facebooll savs LOS ANGELES Breathe easy, Morgan Freeman fans the internet has once again failed to kill off the "Shawshank Redemption" star, despite its best efforts. Freeman was once again the victim of an online death hoax this week, after a Face book page announcing the 75-year-old actor's demise amassed more than 842,000 "likes." "At about 5 p.m. ET on Thursday, our beloved actor Morgan Freeman passed away due to a artery rup ture," the page reads. "MorMORGAN FREEMAN gan was born on June 1, 1937. He will be missed but not forgotten. Please show your sympathy and condo lences by commenting on and liking this page." RandV Jackson Returning To american Idol' Despite numerous early reports to the contrary, it turns out the American Idol veteran, Randy Jackson will be returning to the judges table in this upcom ing season alongside Mariah Carey. Allegedly the deal was completed after talks with Latin singing star Enrique Iglesias fell through. RANDY JACKSON Ceelo savs Chrisllnas Album Is 'The Real Deal' Just call CeeLo Green music's newest Santa Claus. The 38-year-old singer rapper is working on a Christmas album that he promises is "the real deal." Green said in a recent in terview that the album, "CeeLo'sMagicMoment," is a "soulful take on a host of Christmas classics." Among the tunes to be in cluded on the Elektra Records album are "Silent Night "The Christmas CEELOGREEN Song," "This Christmas," "You're a Mean one Mr. Grinch" and "White Christ mas."

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Entertainment ::2 Fans Remember 'Green Mile' Star Michael Clarke Duncan Fans of the late Green Mile actor Michael Clarke Duncan flocked to a public viewing Sunday in Los Ange les as the famed Forest Lawn Memorial Parks and Mortuaries filled up with flower arrangements. The 54-year-old actor died September 3rd at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, two months after suffering a heart attack. A slideshow of images of the much-loved actor, who starred with Oscar winner Tom Hanks in The Green MICHAEL CLARKE DUNCAN Mile, was shown on a large screen behind his casket at the memorial. Manah carev Ieee leon Awanl BEVERLY HILLS, CA Mariah Carey was late to the BMI Urban Music Awards, where she was the guest of honor, but that didn't stop other artists from literally singing her praises. Fantasia Barrino and Eric Benet were among those who serenaded the star with her own hits. Benet performed "One Sw..eet Day" and the former "American Idol" winner, Fantasia sang "Hero" dur ing the private ceremony at the Saban Theatre, where writers, producers and pub lishers of the year's top urban hits were recognized. Barrino stepped off stage and stood right in front of Carey in the audience s MARIAH CAREY front row as she wailed the final words of the song. When she finished, they em braced. BMI chief Del Bryant presented Carey with the music-rights organization's leon Award for her outstanding songwriting that has resulted in 18 No. 1 sin gles and more than 200 mil lion albums sold. Tupac Hologram Creators Go Bankrupt Dylan Brown, left, founder of The Yard Entertainment, and Philip Atwell, owner of Geronimo Films at the Subtractive Studio in Santa Monica, Calif. PORT ST. LUCIE FL Less than a year after going public, the digital production company founded by director James Cameron has filed for Chapter n bank ruptcy protection and agreed to sell the core of its business to a private investment firm for $15 million. Digital Domain Media Group Inc., best known for its work on Cameron's Ti tanic," has produced visual effects for more than 90 movies, including Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" and the "Transform ers" series. And in April, its Tupac Shakur hologram made a splash when it took the stage at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and ap peared to perform alongside SnoopDogg. But the company was running out of cash," Chief Restructuring Officer Michael Katzenstein said in court filings, and had vio lated cash and debt requirements set forth by its lenders. It tried to find additional outside sources of capital, but wasn't able get enough to restructure its debt and pay its operating expenses, he said. BobbVBrown a..To RealblV Bobby Brown is planning to return to reality TV on BET. A recent stint in rehab for the artist would be his 2nd BOBBY foray in the BROWN medium following his contro versial show with his late ex wife, Whitney Houston. Sources said the new series would revolve around Brown's life and businesses." Ill Cops Cleared 01 Pron11na Pam Two white ATL cops have been cleared of allega tions that they racially profiled Tyler Perry dur ing a traffic stop TYLER earlier this year. PERRY The finding comes after a 4-month internal investigation of the officers' actions during a traffic stop outside Perry's southwest Atlanta studio. Perry didn't file a formal complaint, but the ATL Police Department used statements he made on his Face book page as a basis to launch the inves tigation. c Rihanna Tells Piers 1o Grow A D**l' Rihanna debuted an all new short hairdo at the MTV Video Music Awards last week, and over the weekend rocked out her short look on stage in London during the 2012 Paralympic closing cere mony For the performance she wore a flowing red dress with a sheer mid-section, showing off her new stomach tattoo. Throughout the show many of her fans took to Twitter to acknowledge her new ink job, 3: however Piers Morgan went in on her new haircut, tweet:a ing, "@piersmogan: ps i think @Rihanna needs to grow her hair back. Fast." After her performance Ri1'1.) hanna replied to the host o CNN's Piers Morgan Tonight telling him to: "grow a d**k. .. DiddV Anends Son's Rrst Game Sean "Diddy" Combs was the famous face in the crowd as he attended his son, Justin's first game at UCLA, and in his company was Misa Hylton-Brim, his son's mother. Although his redshirt status means that the young Justin Combs would spend a majority of his time on the sideline rather than on the field, his proud parents basked in every moment of the game as UCLA emerged the winners in an upset against Nebraska with a final score of 36-30 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California. Justin Combs, who earned a $54,000 Division 1 scholarship to attend and Justin Combs and dad, Sean 'Diddy' Combs. play football for UCLA, came under fire from critics who insinuated that the scholar ship was unfair because it was potentially depriving other needy kids from hav ing a shot at success. 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Funerals/Memoriams .... Aikens Harmon R. Williams ,.... a: w m :!! w IC.. w f/) >"' a: LL. c a: LL. c z c( c f/) w ::l 1w > w c w J: f/) :J m ::l 0.. z i= w -' -' ::l m -' w z i= z w f/) a: 0 -' LL. c( I 0 N w MR. IRIE LEE DIGGS Homegoing Services for Mr. Irie Lee Diggs of Tampa, who passed away Sunday, September 2 2012, will be held Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. MLK, Jr. Blvd., Gloria Hinds, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Irie was born in Eufaula, Alabama, on November 3, 1948. He enjoyed fishing. He was preceded in death by: parents, Annie Lee Mcghown and John Diggs; brothers, John C. Diggs and Arthur Diggs; and sisters, Lucy Parker and Ella Mae Curtis. He leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: fi ancee, Gwendolyn Taylor; daughter, Gwendolyn Long (Mark); grandchildren, Talyia Jackson, Larica Jackson, Mafkyliah Long, Mariunah Long, Deon Jackson and Eddie Jackson; great grandchildren, Ahmarie Jackson, Rashon Johnson and Kamaria Cook; brother, Lonnie C. Diggs (Willie Frank) of Eufaula, Alabama; sister, Mary A. Diggs; aunts, Verise Crews and Mary Lee Baker; nieces, Chiffon Welcome, Gloria W. Young, Edith Diggs, Lynette Ross and Jretha Diggs; nephews, Robert Thomas (Bernice), Larry Thomas (Semons), Charles Thomas (Kate) and John Q. Diggs (Abbey); sister-in-law, Rubydale Diggs; devoted friend, Cynthia Mann; and a host of other relatives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home from 5-8 p. m., Friday evening. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel at 1:45 p. m. for the service on Saturday. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MS. MICHELLE RENEE WELlS Homegoing services for Ms. Michelle Renee Wells of Tampa, who passed away on Friday, September 7, 2012, will be held on Saturday, September 15 2012, at 11 a. m. at Grace Mary Missionary Baptist Church, 3901 N. 37'h Street, Rev. Thomas Reed, pastor, with Rev. Antonio Hawkins, Pastor of Exciting Faith Alive Church, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Michelle was born December 22, 1975, in Tampa, to Hazel Clark and Albert Fordoms. She attended the schools of Hillsborough County and graduated from Gary Adult School. She was furthering her education at Hillsborough Community College. She was inspired by life and wanted someday to become a published author of books. She loved to listen to music and socialize with her family. She was preceded in death by: her grandmothers, Annie Jean Wells and Vashti Fordoms. She leaves to cherish fond and loving memories with: her mother and step-father, Tony and Hazel Clark; father, Albert Fordoms; grandfather, Thomas Langston; sisters, Latrice Day (Twan), and Tiara Clark and fiance, Dominique; aunts, Sabrina Wells (Aaron), Esther Billups, Patricia Walker, Sarah Lee, Mary Bell and Emogene Mitchell; uncles, Ronnie Brinson (Iris), Louis Brinson (Genita), Anthony Moorer (Lisa), Ernest Moorer, Emmitt Bunkley (Yyoni), Anthony Payne, Antonio Payne and Gerard Fordoms; niece, Le'Quisha Day; nephew, Dominique Royal, Jr.; a host of cousins, including favorite cousins, Ronnie Brinson, Jr. and Devontae George (Spud); good friends, Jackie and Iris Baker; and a host of other rei-. atives and friends. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home Friday, September 14, 2012, from 5-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the church on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. MARY FRANCES LAMAR Homegoing services for Mrs. Mary Frances Lamar, who passed away on September 4, 2012, will be held Saturday September 15, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 N. 40th Street, Tampa, 33610, with Minister Bro. Perry Johnson, officiating. Interment will follow. Mary Frances Lamar was born May 2, 1920. She was raised in Bronwood, Georgia and attended school there. She moved to Tampa in 1962. Mary was a former employee of Del Monte. Mary's favorite hobbies were going to church and all the activities at Lakeshore Villa. Mary was preceded in death by: her husband, Lawson Lamar; her son, Eddie Lee Homer, Jr.; her sister, Addie Bell Irving; three brothers, David (Lump), Mammon and Charlie Porter; and her mother and father, Isaiah and Alice Porter-Lane. She leaves to cherish her memory: her daughter, Mary Alice Monts; seven-grandchildren, Janice carr (Fidell), Linda Homer (Dan-Friend), Edwin Irving, Sonja Nathaniel Monts (TameJ9,a), Sylvia Thomas (Daryl), and Pamika Monts, all of Tampa; two sisters, Marshall Nelson and Catherine English; sisterin-law, Bessie Lee Porter; 23 great grandchildren and 21 great-great grandchildren; goddaughter, Eunice Reed; and a host of nephews, nieces, friends, employees of Lake Shore Villa and Hospice of Tampa. Wake services for Mrs. Mary Frances Lamar will be held Friday evening, from 7-8 p. m. The family will welcome friends in the Chapel. Friends attending the homegoing service for Mrs. Mary Frances Lamar are asked to assemble at 10:45 a. m. A HARMON BURIAL ITS BEEN 4 YURS SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE Although we are apart, you're forever in my heart. Daughter, Alice V. Wade. MRS. BERNICE 'MCCLOUD' ANTHONY Mrs. Bernice "McCloud" Anthony departed this life on Monday, September 3 2012. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 11:30 a. m. at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 4301 West Cypress Street, with Pastor Frank Watson, officiating. The interment will follow in Royal Palm Cemetery South in St. Petersburg. Bernice "McCloud" Anthony was born March 16, 1940, to the late John McCloud, Sr. and Mary Walton McCloud in Bullock County, Alabama. She confessed her faith in Jesus Christ at an early age and was a faithful member of Friendship M. B. Church. She retired from St. Joseph's Hospital as an Environmental Service Tech 1. She was preceded in death by: a devoted husband, Albert Anthony; and brothers, Albert L. McCloud, John McCloud, Jr., Ossie B. McCloud, Willie J. McCloud and John W. McCloud. She leaves to cherish her memories: a loving sister and brother, Ethel Colvin of St. Petersburg, FL, and Roosevelt (carolyn) McCloud, Detroit, MI; daughters, Marlene (Lucito) Givens, Tampa, Jacqueline (James) Days, Rockford, AL, Yvonne (James) Cary, Wetumpka, AL, and Tongia (Cynima) Anthony, Montgomery, AL; sister-in-law, Jessie Freeman, Wetumpka, AL.; brotherin-law, Willie (Annie) Anthony, Wetumpka, AL; godchildren, Christine Oliver and Joseph Blowen; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and loving friends. The remains will repose after 5 p. m., Friday, September 14, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. There will be a wake from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MRS.TOYAKA 'TEE TEE' GREEN-WilSON Mrs. Toyaka "Tee Tee" Green-Wilson, age 39, of Tampa, took the hand of God and bid this earth farewell on the morning of Thursday, Sep tember 6, 2012. Celebration of life services will be held Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Avenue, with Pastor Lucious Holley, officiating. Interment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. MRS. TOY AKA 'TEE TEE' GREEN-WilSON Toyaka Yache "Tee-Tee" Green-Wilson was born January 14, 1973, to the late Gerald T. Green and Lenora Stancil Green. She attended local schools in Tampa before moving to Alaska and California. In 1991 she graduated from Leto High School where she played on the basketball team. A 1998 graduate of USF, she was employed by Famous Footwear as manager at various locations for over 10 years until 2011. Toyaka Green-Wilson was preceded in death by: her father, Gerald T. Green; grandmother, Mrs. Carrie L. Stancil; grandfathers, Malachi Stancil and Booker T. Green; aunt, Deborah E. Stancil; and uncles, Melvin Freeny, Carl V. Stancil and Bruce Oliver. She leaves to cherish fond memories: a very devoted husband of 19 years, Zeldrick Wil son of Silsbee, Texas; stepdaughter, Yasmine Wilson; her mother, Lenora Stancil Green; grandmother, "Nana" Inez L. Green; motherin-law, Vicky Fennell; aunts, Rosemary Gadsden (Kraig), Donna Green-Haugabrook, Linda Gage (Don), and Carolyn McCarty (Joseph), all of Tampa, Lewanda Smith (George) of Cape Coral, FL, Gail Richardson of Tampa, Sharon Lee of Madison, FL, Shannon Pilcher (Howard), Sherrina Lee, Georgia M. Stringfield-Arthur, and Jackie Howard, all of Tampa; uncles, Theron Charles (Evelyn) of Sarasota, FL, Andrew C. Stancil and Ronnie Oliver, both of Tampa; sister-in-law, Melissa Fennell of Ft. Pierce, FL; and brother-in-law, Christopher Fennell of Tampa. She also leaves to cherish oh so many fun memories with: a host of cousins, nieces and nephews; adopted families, the Johnsons of Ocala, FL, the Torres family of Tampa, and the Griffins of Atlanta, GA; and a very special adopted sister who was there from beginning to end, Tiffany Johnson of Tampa. The remains will repose from 5-8 p. m., Friday, Sep tember 14, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N.HowardAvenue.Thefamily will receive friends from 6:30-S:oop.m. The family only is asked to assemble for the funeral cortege at 10:00 a. m., Saturday at 3008 E. Shadowlawn. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com .-CHiac-u-sOUT ONLINE ......... ........

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MR.PERRYW. HAYNES Mr. Perry W. Haynes of 4319 West Laurel Street, passed away Saturday, Sep tember 8, 2012. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Ray Williams Memorial Chapel, 301 North Howard Averiue, with Pastor Donald Lott, offici ating. Interment will be in Florida National Cemetery in Bushnell, FL. Mr. Haynes was a native of Tampa and a resident for 77 years. He attended Middleton High School and was a mem ber of the U. S. Air Force. He was employed as a truck driver for the U. S. Postal Service. He leaves to cherish his memories: four children, one daughter, Donna Walker, and three sons, Vincent, Leon and Doyle Haynes, all of Tampa; mother, Lola Dixon of Midway, GA; twenty grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren; eight nieces, Willa Lewis and husband, John, and Sonia "Missy" Beacon (Reginald), both of Midway, GA, Donna McDermot and husband, Carl, Tracy Benali, Carol Benali, Carla Benali, Lisa Benali and Amanda Mason and husband, Edward, all of Liverpool Eng land; two nephews, Lawrence Dixon (Asanee) of Seattle, Washington, and Joey Holden of Liverpool, England; special cousins, Peter J. Forbes of Dover, DE, Betty Forbes John son, Mary Forbes Williams and Martha Dix, all of Tampa; sis ter-in-law, Peggy Woods and husband, Tony of Liverpool, England; two brothers-in-law, Christie Benali and William Benali and wife, Pauline, both of Liverpool, England; and a host of other sorrowing rela tives and devoted friends. The remains will repose after 5 p.m., Friday, Septem ber 14, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 North Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www .raywilliamsfuneralhome.com MS. NINA RAYEMCLAIN Ms. Nina Raye McLain of 3740 Williams Landing Circle, departed this life on Thursday, September 6, 2012, at Kindred Hospital, Tampa. A graveside service will be conducted Saturday, Septem ber 15, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Rest Haven Memorial Park, 4615 East Hanna Avenue, with Rev. W. T. Carpenter, officiating. Interment will follow. Ms. Nina Raye McLain was born January 24, 1943, in Whatley, Alabama, to William R. and Lola Mae McLain. Ms. McLain found her way to Tampa, from Detroit, Michi gan, in the late 70s. A devoted mother and grandmother, Ms. McLain was a constant fixture of the Progress Village community. She was a member of the True Love Missionary Baptist Church family and a great ser vant of the Lord. She was preceded in death by: her parents, William R. and Lola Mae McLain; and sister, Katie Mae McNair. She leaves to cherish her memories: her daughter, Kathy M. and husband, Mar shall E. Hair, Sr. of Tampa; son, Timothy and wife, Pamela Coachmen Allen of Brandon, FL; grandsons, Marshall E. Hair, Jr. and wife, Lena G. Hair of North Dale, FL, Gre gory "Brucie" Bruce of New port Richey, FL, and Max Bowen of Tampa; brother-inlaw, Charles McNair of Detroit, Michigan; brother, Oliver Jun ior "Preacher" McLain of Saint Augustine. FL; sister, Nina Faye and brother-in-law, Jerry McCraw of Lakeland, FL; sis ter, Pinkie and brother-in-law, Raye Charles Cooke of Cincin nati, Ohio, and sister, Geneva Middleton of Wappinger Falls, New York; and a host of god children, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. The remains will re_pose after 5 p. m. and there will be a wake from 6-7 p.m., Friday, September 14, 2012, at Ray Williams Funeral Home, 301 N. Howard Avenue. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com IN MEMORIAM Loving mother, grandmother on September 12, God called a much better place. We all miss you so much and our love remain strong for you. Wilson MRS. MELVINE 'PATrY GRAY' GRAY Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Melvine "Patty Gray" Gray of Tampa, who passed away Sunday, September 9, 2012, will be held Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church, 7401 Kissimmee, Street, Tampa, 33616, with Bishop Michael Lewis, officiating, and Bishop Elect Michelle B. Patty, eulogist. Interment will follow in Orange Hill Cemetery. A native of Clio, Alabama, Mrs. Gray was a resident of the Tampa Bay area (Port Tampa community) for 56 years. She was a member of St. Mark Mis sionary Baptist Church. Prior to retirement, Mrs. Gray was a Sales. Associate at MacDill Field Air Force Base. Mrs. Gray was preceded in death by: her husband, Matthew Gray; father, Henry Johnson, mother, Lillie John son; sisters, Thelma Mc Kinnes, Bessie Blakly and Bernice McKinnes; grandson, Byron Patty, Sr.; granddaughter, Karla Elias; and great grandson, Byron Patty, Jr. She leaves to cherish memo ries of her: a sister, Easter McBride; sons, Charles Patty, Sr. and Deacon Jesse Patty and wife, Bishop Elect Michelle B. Patty; grandchildren, Kevin Benson and wife, Cherie, Charles Patty, Jr., Jacqueline Patty, Tamesha Thompson, Charlin Chapman, Corey Fel ton and Jacqueline Billups; great grandchildren; Nickolus C. Patty, Roneisa Edwards, Ur shula Edwards, Isis Wiggins, Dikem Wiggins, Jerel Thomas, Dwayne Wiggins, Jr., Dorin Felton, Jalen Patty, Michelle Holloway, Kalea Benson, Mary Benson and Katrice Benson; great, great grandchildren, Dauarin Wiggins, Mayla Thompson, Annynna Patty, Kyra Patty, Kiyah Elias and Tremayne Elias; nieces and nephews, Evangelist Dorothy McGee, Doris McKever, Mary Bembow (Henry Bembow), lola Edwards, Brenda Williams, Gladys Baker (Steve Baker), Thomas McKinnes (Genevie), and Joe McKinnes; a host of other nieces and nephews.in Alabama; friends, Delorse Osborne, Clara Bell Hogans, Jacqueline Jones, Alma Baity, Mary Benson, Quefn Matthew, Floranita Moox:e and Eva; and other rel atives and friends. There a viewing from s-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m., Friday, September 14,2012, at Wilson Funeral Home, 3000 N. 29th Street, Tampa, 33605. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church aJ approximately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. A WILSON SERVICE" www.wjlson funeralhome.com JOHNNIE TRA VYS WILSON Memorial service for John nie Travys Wilson, a. k. a. JT, will be held on Saturday, September 15, -2012, at Bread of Life_ Ministries, 11333 N. Ne braska Ave., Tampa, at 11 a. m. The family will receive guests on Friday, September 14, 2012, from 5-7 p. m. at Wil son Funeral Home. The final resting place will be at Rest Haven Cemetery. "JT" was a freshman stu dent at Tallahassee Commu nity College, pursuing a degree in law. He was a 2011 graduate of Hillsborough High School, where he excelled in baseball. He was a member of Word Be came Flesh Ministries Church. He leaves enduring and fond memories with: his par ents, Dorothy and Eugene Wil son, Sr. of Tampa; siblings, Eugene Wilson, Jr. and Anbro seia Wilson, both of Tallahassee, FL, along with Quierra and Krystal Wilson, both ofTampa; grandparents, Mrs. Ermel Spring and Reverend Emory Wilson (Clarise) of Winter Haven, FL; uncles, Emory Wil son, Jr., Elgrin Wilson (Amee), Edward Wilson (Audrey), and Ricky Napper (Tina), all of Tampa, Atty. Darryl Parks of Tallahassee,FL,DexterVVilson of Chicago, Ricky Wilson of Apopka, FL, Charles Wilson of Winter Haven, FL, Alton Nap per and Robin Napper, both of Miami, FL; aunts, Cherris Moore (Earl), Bridget Pinkney, Vicky Brown and Sheryl Harri son (Johnnie), all of Tampa, Kathy Mitchell of Atlanta, GA, and Cynthia Napper and Mar tina Napper, both of Miami, FL. Arrangements entrusted to HOLMES FUNERAL DIREC TORS, Haines City, FL. You were my mother and my best friend and I miss you desperately. I pray you are resting peacefully in God's arms. Love you forever and al ways. Angie. DARRELL D. GEORGE Born: 11/04/1982 Departed: 9/tS/2012 We miss you dearly. It's been five whole years since you went home to be with the Lord. We thank God for His grace that kept us to gether, made us stronger, and to accept the things that we cannot change, knowing that it's all well with the Lord. We miss you so much. My heart will never stop pound ing for you, my tears are like a river when I think of you, only God knows. We love you so much and we miss you. Love you: your brothers, sisters, sons, mother and family. Johnnie Matthews. ...... N 0 .... N ., r-0 :!! en m z :::! z m r-aJ c: r r-!!l z "tJ c: aJ r-c;; ::J: m c m < m -t c: m en c ,. z c ., :!! c G') m N ......

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MR. CHARLES OLIVER WALKER, JR. A memorial service for Mr. Charles Oliver Walker, will be held September 15. 2012, at 4 p. m. at Lake Forest Clubhowle, 14735 Lake Forest Drive, Lutz, FL.33559 MSG (R.et.) Charles Oliver u'-"'-was born May 24-1940 in Columbus, GA, to Charles Oliver Walker, Sr. and Minnie Shipp Walker. Charles departed this Hfe August 19, 2012, in the .James A. Haley Veteran's Hospital, Tampa, after a chronic illness. >A graveside funeral was held iC September 4 2012, at the Ca::_ gia National Cemetery. Charles graduated from LL Spencer Senior lligh School in Q June, 1959. He studied at Al z bany State College, Albany, GA, c( and later earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Fayet Q teville State University, FayetUJ teville, NC in 1985. W He enlisted in the Army in 1960, and served for twenty-one years. During that time, he ij: served tours of duty at Ft. W Leonard Wood, MO, Ft. Camp > bell, KY, Ft. Benning, GA, Augs W burg, Germany, two tours of C duty in Vietnam, and Ft. Bragg, W NC, where he retired in 1981. Charles was awarded the Sol:::::1 dier's Medal, Purple Heart, m Bronze Star Medal with V De:J vise and two Oak Leaf Clusters, D. Meritorious Service Medal, Air Z Medal, Good Conduct Medal (-tt' Award), Drill Sergeant Identifi W cation Badge, Army Service R.ib:::f bon, National Defense Service :J Medal, Combat Infantryman m Badge, Master Parachutist ...1 Badge, Meritorious Unit Com W mendation, NCO Professional Z Development Ribbon (3), seas Service Ribbon (1), Viet z nam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm, and a Vietnam Civil Action Cita a:: tion. Charles was a "Barrellg Chested Freedom Fighter." He LL will be remembered by many as Coach Walker for his devotion to Pop Warner Sports and for his love of fishing. He was a lifetime member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc He leaves a family to cherish his memories: his wife, Faustina Walker of Fayetteville, NC; son, Charles 0. Walker, m (Claudia) of Greensboro, NC; daughters, Gwendolyn Walker of Atlanta, GA, and Jacqueline and Lisa Walker of Fayetteville. NC; grandchildren, Charles 0. Walker, IV, Carmen Walker, Megan Chelsey and Heather Chelsey; a special and devoted friend, Katherine (Kathy) Roberts of Lutz, FL, and her sons, Kenny Roberts (Kernovia) of Waldorf, MD, and Marlon Roberts (Niambi) of Atlanta, GA; grandchildren, Xariana Roberts, Xamari Roberts, Xaire Roberts, Tyler Roberts and Kennedy Coles; and a host of N cousins, nephews, nieces and N many friends and loved ones. Charles was preceded in 1[. death by his parents, and ... brother, Clifton Shipp. It has been 10 years since JOII went to be with the Lord. We wiD always loft and miss JOII. The Clark and Everett fmailies. We love and miss you very much: your mother, daugh ters, .Jaysia and Jaynecia; brother, Gilbert; and sister. ZaKelia. :Rest in peace, my son. There will be a memorial walk on Friday, September 14. at 7 p. m. We will meet at 1717 N. Albany Ave., Helen's Soul Food. MRS. FRANCES WYCE BROOKS JENNINGS 'Always A Mother, Always A Friend' THANK YOU SO MUCH Always A Mother ... Someone who cares for you and about you all through your life. Some one whose guidance you value, concel"ll you appreciate and love you depend upon. Always A Friend ... Someone to laugh with and share with. Someone you can count on to help you out, back you up and never let you down. Sometimes you're the confidante we tell our secrets to. Sometimes you're our audience applauding things we do. Sometimes you're the shoulder we can freely lean upon. Sometimes you're the gentle push that keeps us moving on. And now that it's your birthday, we have lots of love to send, to the very special mother who will always be our friend. Mom, you will always have a "special" place in our hearts. We love you ancl we miss your beautiful smile! Your Iovin& children, p-andchildren and p-eat grandchlldren. JAMES a.k.a. 'BLACK' DOWLING Jay, this is Big Dave, me and your Mama in the Sentinel place. Sometimes I think the city has forgotten about you, but one thing's for sure, as long as I'm breathing, I've got the family. Hommie, I'm holding it down, down here and you hold it down up there partner. Love ya, Hommie. From, Big Dave and Ta Jay, R.I.P. JFSSICA LANE Dear Friends/Family, we would like to express our sincere grat itude for the thoughtful gifts you sent. The flowers and plants truly brightened the room and lifted the mood of all who attended. The wonderfully, delicious dishes nourished us even when eating was so very difficult. Your cards oflove gave us comfort and helped lift our spirits dur ing our lowest moments. It's a wonde.rful feeling knowing that Jessica was so very loved and adored. I know Jessica would have appreciated your kind gestures. She spoke often of her friendships with her many friends, co-workers ad classmates; I know you all meant a great deal to her. Many of you expressed such beautiful sentiments that I have no trouble seeing why Jessica enjoyed living so much. Being surrounded by people like you was a large part of why Jessica loved everyone. Thank you all so much for your kind words, your generous gifts, and most of all, for your friendship with Jessica. Knowing you will miss her too, makes our burdens a bit easier to bear. Sincere regards, the Lane Family.

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Crime -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------6 Two Men Charged In Death 01 Teen Pushed Oft Bridge MARK HUNTLEY, JR. Investigators with the DeSoto County Sheriff's Office have reported that the body of a Black female pushed from a bridge has been pos i tively identified. Investigators reported that 17-year-old J erridedan Lakisha Bolds Froyer, known to her friends as KiKi, left Ybor City la-st Friday or Saturday night with two men and somehow found herself in Arcadia. According to reports, Bolds Froyer was on a bridge Sunday afternoon in Arcadia's Morgan Park when the men with her told her to jump into the water. She couldn 't' swim, but was allegedly pushed into the water by one of the men. Bolds Froyer went under, surfaced, and grabbed one of the bridge s pylons. She later lost her grip and went under. Her body washed ashore Tuesday. ANDREW SKEVINGTON Deputies said Mark Huntley, Jr. pushed Bolds Froyer from the bridge. He has been charged with manslaughter. A sec ond man, Andrew Skevington, was with Huntley and Bolds Froyer before she drowned and has been charged with manslaughter accessory after the fact. Authorities said Huntley and Skevington went into the water to help Bolds Froyer, but when they couldn't find her, they took their belongings and hers, including her identifiCation, and left the park before deputies arrived. It was also reported that a boater helped the men out of the water and took them to shore before calling 9-1-1. The boater reported that Bolds Froyer had drowned, and when he was asked if Huntley and Skevington were with him, JERRIDEDAN BOLDS FROYER he said no, they had walked up towards the park. The boater reported seeing both men grabbed their belongings and Bolds Froyer's before leaving the park. He identified Skevington as one of the men he helped out of the water. Skevington was released from jail after posting a $2,500 bond, and Huntley is still being held on a bond of$15,000. Skevington allegedly was with at least three other people in Ybor City from the Arcadia area, and had never met Huntley or Bolds Froyer before. UNCLE SANDY ... These are the times 2, 6, 10, 12 that try men's souls 16, 19, 22, 25 and the patience 28, 33, 38, 40 of every woman 42, 44, 49, 53 Here today, planned tomorrow. From one second to the next, everything changes ... life is full of chances. Your funeral doesn't have to be one of them Make prearrangements today and you can feel confident your family and your last wishes are in good hands. Call us discuss your prearrangement options. FUNERAL HOME 3000 N 29th St. Tampa, FL 33605 3) 248-6125 Tampa Man Faces Organized Fraud Charges In Tax Scam U) m "'0 -4 m 3: m m JJ .... A 37-year-old man was arrested on Monday. And charged with one count of organ ized fraud, five counts of Florida communications fraud, and three counts of criminal use of personal infor mation He was released from the Pasco County Jail after posting bond. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement Tampa Bay Regional Operations Center, in conjunction with the Internal Revenue Service and the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, arrested Demetrius Lewis. During an ongoing criminal investigation, inves tigators learned that Lewis was allegedly receiving and cashing fraudulent tax refund checks. The checks were issued to eight different peo ple who had no knowledge nor gave permission to any one to file returns in their names. The arrest showcases the collaborative law enforcement effort t to address this emerg ing problem. Similar cases are being developed," FDLE Commissioner Gerald Bailey said. Agent Jim Robnett, IRS DEMETRIUS LEWIS ... Charged with organized fraud 1'1.) 0 .... 1'1.) Special Agent in Charge said, ;!! "The successful arrest of 0 Demetrius Lewis symbolizes JJ the forward strides that the C Alliance has made in combatU) ing identity theft-related tax m fraud. It is through these joint efforts and the use of new z tools such as the Identity m Theft Disclosure Pilot 1 Program that these successes are possible. These types of r r crimes impact everyone from m tax-paying citizens to the vic:::::! tims and their families whose Z identities were stolen." "'0 c: m r Death Of Inmate Under Investigation c;; ::::1: m c On Tuesday, September uth, Falkenburg Road Jail inmate, Horace Johnson, 59, became ill. He was being treated for a pre-existing medical condition at the jail's clinic when he became unre sponsive, officials said. Medical personnel and deputies tried to resusc i tate Johnson and Hillsborough County Fire Rescue arrived and transported him to a local hospital where he was pro nounced dead upon arrival. Detectives are investigating the death in accordance with agency policy. Johnson was trans ferred to Hillsborough County from the ., JJ M a n a t e e HORACE C County Jail JOHNSON, JR. on August 20th on a contempt of court warrant related to child sup port Emplovee, Customer Stop Burularv suspect PINELLAS COUN1Y On Monday at 1:15 p m., the Pinellas County Sh&iff's Office reported that a man entered Plato 's Closet at 33211 u : S. 19 in Palm Harbor. Witnesses said the man headed towards the back of the business, then entered i nto an emplo y ee backroom. A store emplo y ee Kayli Gibbons, 31, saw the ba c k room door clos e and knew something wasn' t right, d e puties said. She wen t i nto th e room and foun d a m a n l a t e r i dentified as George E. Nunnally, 5 9 seated at a desk and tryi n g t o break into the store safe Gibbons blocked the door to prevent Nunnally from leaving, but in an effort to get away, deputies said a physical confrontation began with Gibbons and Nunnally, causing her some minor injuries Gibbons got into the main store and then ran out the front door. A customer saw what was happen i ng and ran after Nunnally. He caught up with him brought him back into the busi ness and held him down until deputies arri vec:;l. C> Nunnally was a rrested and m c h arge d wit h burglary/batN (,.) tery )>

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Maior Retires Aller 30-Year Career In law Enforcement BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor While serving in the United States Coast Guard, Gerald Honeywell had his first experience in law en forcement as a Shore Policeman. Years later when his childhood friend said h e was going to become a police officer, Honeywell d eci d e d to apply as well. The two friends applied to seve ral agencies including the Tampa Pol ice Department. Now, after 30 years of being a City of Tampa employee, Honeywell is retiring as a Major. He is the last member of hi s Tampa Po lice Academy graduating class to leave the department. A Tampa native, he is the son of Mrs. Dessie Honeywell and the late Algie Honeywell. After his re tirement becomes official on September 28, he plans to spend more time with his wife, Federal Judge Charlene Edwards Honeywell; his children, Brenton and Brianna; sister; Algenia, and brothers, Andrew and Ralph. Major Honeywell attended the public schools of Hillsborough County. After graduating from Jefferson High School in 1977, he briefly en rolled at Hillsborough Community College before joining the Coast Guard. "My friend, Frank Mitchell, en couraged me to enter law enforce ment after we completed the military "I applied to several agencies, includ ing the Tampa Police Department the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office the St. Petersburg Police Department and the Florida Highway Patrol. The Tampa Police Department called first. The Sheriffs Office had a long waiting list and I had been on the street for a year before they called," he said. Several of the officers who gradu ated with Major Honeywell had ca reers at the departm e nt However, Major Honeywell has the longest tenure and rose to the highest rank of his academy class. Major Honeywell began his ca reer working in the same neighbor hoods in which he grew up. His first assignment was in Uniform District I (W. Tampa). His first promotion came about in 1994, to Corporal and he worked with the Quad Squad. Major Honeywell worked in Uniform District II briefly, and then District III, after reaching the rank of Captain. The promotion to Major took him back to Uniform District I for about a year before sending him back to District III. During his tenure as a Major, he often saw young African American teenagers in trouble. With the help of some fellow police officers, Major Honeywell launched a men to ring program named, "The Guts To Lead. He plans to re vive the program now that he will have more time to work with the youth. He recruited young men and arranged meetings with suc cessful African Amer ican businesses in the Bay Area. He feels that the interaction MAJOR GERALD HONEYWELL had a positive effect on the young men. Major Honeywell looks back over his career and said, "I thank God I've been able to make it this far. I'm going to miss many of the people and the job itself, both with organizations and with the community. "I've gained a lot of friends in the community. I will continue to pray for the organizations and community as a whole and I will continue to mentor and go wherever God leads me." Photos Throughout His Career The Tampa Police Department Academy held its Graduation Ceremony November 22, 1982. The graduates included from left to right, first row: K. P. Scott, Gerald Honeywell, M. R. Starks, Linda Baker, Dee Cambridge (Nathan), B. C. Wade, Frank Mitchell, and Lawrence White. Shown on the second row, left to right: Gary Yost, Chris Al Sa s, Todd Range, J. K. Williams, P. H. Bedford, G. A. Daves, and R. C. Queen. Members of The Guts To Lead are shown during an awards and scholarship program at Bible Based Church of Carrollwood. Major Gerald Honeywell, far left, Ms. Kay Andrews, publisher of the Florida Sentinel Bulletin, center, and Superintendent Clethen Sutton, far right, are shown with the seniors. All were headed to college. Gerald Honeywell is shown speaking to the media about crack houses during the 1980s. Gerald Honeywell, (forefront) and John Landis were on routine patrol when this photograph was taken. Major Gerald Honeywell, (center, back row), is shown with a group of youngsters who reside in the Rainbow Heights Crime Watch area of East Tampa. f Sol Davis, Sr., (center), of Sol Davis Printing and Darryl House of Gentlemen's Classic, had lunch with the members of The Guts To Lead after they toured several African American owned businesses.

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Group ltlanwav Point To Register 10,000 Voters w li: w en BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer The Florida Consumer Ace tion Network Foundation has i: announced they have officially "reached the halfway point of getting registered vot ers. FCAN Field Manager Stacey Auguste, said they have about 30 days left to reach their goal. A lot of our constituents are transients, and we want them to vote by mail, and not get discouraged. There s no reason everyone's voice shouldn't be heard We just can't sit back and allow our votes to be taken away from us. None of us have an excuse for not voting. The suppression efforts are a tactic, and your voice does count, especially for the future of all C people in this country. It's it never too late." u. c Ms. Auguste joined z FCAN in May, and previously c( had worked with former Mayor, Pam Iorio. She also C has been actively involved in f3 politics through the Mayor's Youth Corps since 2005. 1"I think we all understand politics, giving back to the community, and our role as W leaders, said Ms. Auguste. fil "We need more opportuni :::t: ties for our youth, and they en need to know about all the op ::::i m portunities out there for them. Q. z i= w ..1 ..1 m STACEY AUGUSTE Ms. Auguste said their of fice is primarily a voter regis tration center, and she wants to go into communities others are afraid to go into, and edu cate people on the importance ofvoting. "I urge people to not get their voter education from what they listen to on televi sion. You can't go by what the media tells you to decide who you should or shouldn't vote for. That's why voter education is so important." Ms. Auguste said she has a brother who just returned from Mghanistan, and she un derstands the importance of fighting for our rights and be coming more pro-active. We are looking for young people who need community service hours, and we are hir ing at the office all the time. "Come by our office at 2802 East Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Suite C and see what we're doing and what you can do to help." EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION m I N w C!J WORKERS' COMPENSATION CIVIL SERVICE I UNION GRIEV -,.L""' BANKRUPTCY -Chapter 7 {$500 & Up) Entertainer savs His Love For Theater Keeps Him Motivated BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Growing up in the Washington, D.C. area, Tony Terry was exposed to a lot of different musical genres, and with Go Go Music the big thing at the time, that era hada tremendous impact on him and his future. On November 4th, Terry will join his wife, Ronnie, and a star-studded cast that includes Gospel star Shirley Murdock, screen star Miguel Nunez, director Donald Gray, and Silk lead singer, Lil' Gin the Gospel stage play production, "Holding On To What You Never Had." Terry said he just finished working on another project this past weekend, and for the first time, has started going over his role in the play. "I'm really looking forward to coming to Tampa, because I enjoy the city and the people. It will indeed be a pleasure As far as my schedule is concerned, I've managed to stay quite busy between theater and music productions. Terry says what works best for him is to quickly put behind him a completed project, and move on to the TONY TERRY next. I try not to retain anything from one project to the next. That's the best way for me to get totally immersed in the project I'm working on. "I do my best work under pressure, and I've always seen myself as a singer and performer. Terry said although he's done other things, he's al ways been drawn to entertainment. My entire career has been a natural evolution. I never ask what I'm going to do with my life professionally. "I also do a lot of song writing, and I create a lot of other scripted ideas. Terry said growing up in the D.C. area inspired him to release his first single as a Go Bankruptcy : Chapter 7 &13 Child Support Probate & Wills Guardianship Personal Injury !migration REASONABLE RATES & PAYMENT PLAN. Law 109 N Armenia Avenue Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 264-8717 BARBARA 1. PITTMAN Practicing Law In: Criminal Defense Family Law Personal Injury Attorney & Counselor At Law Cypress Point Office Park 10014N. Dale Mabry, Suite 101 Tampa, Horida 33618 Fax: (813)960-0641 Criminal Defe.nse, Family Law & Personal Injury Cypress Point Office Park 10014 N. Dale Mabry Hwy, Suite 101 Tampa, Florida 33618 (813) 386-5730 Fonner Hillsborough C01mty ProsecutorDeputy Chief Go tempo release. I grew up in Palmer Park, Maryland, and I wasn't hanging out in the streets. It was in high school when I broke out musically and started singing more. "I graduated from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, and I really studied hard as a student. I think now I have a very diverse musical background. Terry said he's currently recording and looking forward to making great music and taking care of his family. "I've been fortunate so far, and I do anticipate getting more involved in acting and filming. I'm up for a cou ple of roles now, and I got my acting bug when the movie, "FAME, "was released." Terry said he's also looking forward to acting opposite his wife, Ronnie, and they both are expecting to give a great performance. FYI Final Budget Public Hearing Scheduled Hillsborough County is holding a series of public hear ings to receive comment from the public on its recommended budget for Fiscal Year 2013, which starts in October. The budget will be a,dopted at the end of the Sept. 20 public hearing Public comment is welcome Additionally, residents can view all budget meetings live on Hillsborough Television (H'IV) on Bright House channel622, Verizon and Comcast channel 22, or on the County's Web site at www.hillsborough county.org through live streaming video b y clicking on the Online Meetings" button. Those who cannot attend can also give their ideas and opinions on budget actions by sending emails to hcbudget@hillsboroughcounty.org, by voice or text to 813-704-0181, or by posting a comment on the budget blog at the website To find more ways to par ticipate and give input and to view the recommended budget document, visit: www.hillsboroughcounty.org/budgetmatters/. Budget P-ublic Hearing: Thursday, September 20, 6 p. m. -Meeting Starts 5:30 p. m. Speaker Sign-up County Center, 2nd Floor Boardroom, 601 E. Kenned y Blvd., downtown Tampa.

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_L_oc __ a ________________________________________________________________________________ Take Charge II Your Club 441s Fired ua .... Contrlbutes : Colon Healthii-ICT $1,000 To Pre.sidenrs Campaign Participants Share Their Stories N C) .... ESSIE HARRISON Did you know that col orectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Blacks? In an effort to increase colorectal cancer screening in the Black community, re searchers at Moffitt Cancer Center urge individuals to join the Increasing Access to !)>lorectal Cancer Testing for Blacks (1-ACI') research study. Here s how it's helping two participants and why they encourage you to join. Haygan Bethel, origi nally from the Caribbean and Essie Harrison an active community volunteer, live in Tampa and want to inspire others to take charge of their health the way they have. Essie has had colon can cer screenings in the past, but was not able to keep up with it due to a lack of health in surance. She joined the study because she saw it as an op portunity to keep up with a very necessary health screen ing We in the Black commu nity don't get our check-ups like we should This study is a good chance for us to do that, Essie says. Haygan, who has never been screened, wanted to participate for similar reasons. I participated because I was concerned about my health and it was free!," he says. Both participants learned of the I-ACT study while attending community health fairs in the spring of 2012. Since then both have com pleted their participation in the study and are now advo cates for encouraging their HAYGAN BETHEL fellow community members to join. They expressed the peace of mind in taking con trol of their colon health with regular screenings. Participation in the study is very simple and requires only about an hour of your time. If you qualify, you will receive a free screening test kit to be completed in the comfort of your own home. Do your part -ACT now! Screening saves lives. Call (813) 745-6502 to see if you qualify. N Members of Club 44 at their 2012 Presidential Affair: seated, left to right Evelyn Davenport Bethune, Bernadette Yee, Ruby Brown, Grace Jones, Eleanor Gilder, CaSandra Washington, and Patricia Miles. Standing, Ruth Duncan Bell Sonja W. Garcia, Frances C. Sykes, Barbara A. Jackson, Pearlyne Wilson and Jacqueline Wilds. (Photograph by BRUNSON) Since 2008 Club 44 has stood with President Barack Obama and sup ported his agenda, with focus on health care education and civic responsibility. Social with a Purpose, Club 44 members recently do nated $1,ooo to the campaign, punctuating several weeks of voter registration voter educa tion, phone banking and advo cating for the President 's platform of dignity for all. All citizens are urged to make it your personal agenda to work for a record number of Hillsborough County voters to exercise their right and re sponsibility to vote on Novem ber 6 2012 or during early voting, October 22-November 3, 2012. VOTE as if your future depends upon it --be cause it does! For more information please call Supervisor of Elec tions Office at (813) 744 5900, or consult www.votehillsbor ough.org SAVE THE DATE for a grand Presidential Affair on Saturday, January 26,2013, at The Galleria at Embassy Suites, USF. Join us for a cel ebration of the pride of a na tion To get involved see any member of Club 44 -Frances Sykes, spokesperson (813) 961-5760, Ruth Bell, Evelyn 0 Davenport Bethune, Ruby :lJ W. Brown, Jean Collins, C Sonja Garcia, Eleanor :; Barbara Jackson, m Grace Jones, Patricia Miles, Demoris Rhodes, z CaSandra Washington, m Jackie Wilds, Pearlyne r Wilson and Bernadette Yee. J= m ::! z Are YOU Ready to Vote? c: m r-u; % m c The last day to register to vote in the General Election is Tuesday, October gth! Visit www.VoteHillsborough.org for a list of voter registration drives and sites, or call (813) 744-5900. J!m/Umurnf Supervisor ., o/Elections To Register, You Must: Be a United citizen and Florida Resident Be at least 18 years old. You can preregister at the age of 16 Have no current court judgment of mental incapacity with respect to voting in Florida or any other state Have no felony conviction, or have your rights restored by law if ever convicted of a felony. Contact the Office of Executive Clemency at (850) 488-2852 to confirm your rights are restored (813) 744-5900 Voter@)hcsoe.org www.VoteHillsborOugh.org II @)HillsboroughSOE Hillsborough County Elections Office m < m -t c: m en c )> z c c

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All About You .,f' .,... a: w m ::e w 1-Q. w t/) >"' ic( 0 a: I.L 0 a: I.L 0 z c( 0 t/) w 1-> a: w > w 0 w :::r::: t/) :J m Q. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w t/) c( 0 a: 0 ..J I.L And I'm Out CORY, SR. As of 9-16-12 (Sunday) it 'll be my 40th birthday and I would love to thank God for every second, minute hour, day, month and year He has blessed me with Also, a happy birthday to my grandmother, Mrs. Massalena Britt Echols, today 9-14-12. Love you "Short"!! -----IllS IS I SEUIIE mEET SlEEP IIEI & Pill PAIR EMIISSY SIRES lml 555 I. mTIIIIEIIII. ...... HI .. Brenda and Eugene Cato visiting with family and friends. Me And Mv Band (Standing) JALEN, CORY, JR. And ALEXIS. (Seated), SHACORI And CORY, SR. Happv Blrthdav JORDYN HapPJ Blrthdav ALEXYS REESE Our baby is now a lady. Happy 18th birthday to Alyexs Reese. We love you: Mama, GaGa, Me-Me, Ge-Ge, Chad, Kaliya, Cameron, Uncle Raymond and Kayla. Armv Private Completes Basic Combat Training Army Private Dominic M. Lee recently complete basic combat training for the U. S. Army. He participated in a graduation ceremony at Fort Jackson, in Columbia, South Carolina. Private Lee completed nine weeks of training in Army history, tradition and core values. He was also trained in physical fitness, and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, unarmed com bat, field tactics, basic first aid, and field training exer cises. Private Lee is the son of Renea Lee, of Tampa, and the grandson of Rodney Reardon, of Cape Coral. He graduated from Island Coast High School in Cape Coral in 2011 Birthday wishes going out to the lil man of the year, Fat Daddy. May God keep you in His arms to see many more. Much love coming from: mommy, Cream Puff; daddy, Big Ju; godmother Big B; 4-Way, 24, TP, CP and Dirty Money.

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Happy Blnhday look Who's Turning 1 Two Enlistees WENDELL 7-Years-Old Happy birthday Boss (age 20) and Derick. Happy Blnhday, Ben BERT One more year has passed It's going down at the Station Bar 1947W. Main St Come on out and party with Bert, Sept 15 at 7:00 p. m. until. CHRISTOPHER L. WOODS, JR. You may only weigh a few pounds and you re small enough to fit in our arms, but the amount of joy and happiness you have brought in o ur life is larger than life itself. Happ y 1st birthday, CJ! Love always: your brother Jamari; and parents Brittany and Chris. Happy 1st Blnhday, CJ CHRISTOPHER L. WOODS, JR. At6Months On your 1st birthday, we just want you to know that everybody loves you and always will You are the apple of our eyes. Happy birthday and may God bless you. Love, your family. Happy Binhday 'AMP' a.k.a., Black Boy Happy birthday Amp, Black Boy and son, Lil Amp. And to all Virgos (we're the best). God bless! Complete From Basic Training 3: tD Two Hillsborough County m high school graduates rell .... cently completed basic training for the U S. Air Force Air N Force. Both young men gradg uated from high school in N 2010, and both participated in graduation ceremonies at Lakeland Air Force B ase, in San Antonio, Texas. The graduates completed an intensive eight-week pro gram that includes training in military discipline and stud ies, physical fitness, values, basic warfare, principles and skills Upon completion of basic training, the airmen earn four credits towards an Associate in Applied Science degree through the Community Col lege of the Air Force. Ainnan Nicholas P. Esposito is the son of Kelly and Nicholas Esposito, of Tampa. He graduated fr om 'TI Armwood High School. 5 Airman William C. :J:J Poorman is the so n of Carol Poorman, of Tampa, and Jon Tyler, of Ocala. He graduated from Durant High School. Armv Enlistees Complete Basic Training c )> (/) m z ::::t z m r tD c r r m ::::t z Two former Tampa residents recently completed basic train tD ing for the U. S. Army. Their r graduation ceremony took place at Fort Benning, in m Columbus Georgia. C As part of their nine -week training the soldiers received m training in several areas ineluding weapons, map read_,. ing, tactics, military courtesy ; military j u stice, physical fit0 ne ss, first aid and Army hisC tory, core values and traditions l> Additional training in eluded development of basic 'TI combat sk ill s and battlefield :J:J operations and tactics and exC periencing use of various weapons and weapons de fenses available to the infantry crewman Spec. William L. McAllister, III, is the son of William McAllister, Jr., of Tampa. He graduated from Middleton High School in 2006 Spec. McAllister also earned a Bachelor's Degree from Southwest Florida Col l ege, in 2011. Spec. Marlon J. Wood is the son of Richard Wood, of Tampa. He is the nephew of Pete Silva, of Brier Washing ton. Spec. Wood graduated from Hillsborough High School in 2002. He earned a Bachelor's Degree from the C) University of Washington in m Seattle Washington in 2007.

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c a: II. c z c( c en w :;:) t> a: w > w c w ::z::: en ::::; m :;:) a.. z Iii ..1 ..1 :;:, m ..1 w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..1 II. Believing It Is For Your Good Having solid faith in God helps you endure some of the hardships, tribulations, and chastising that comes as a result of living life. Be cause humanity is not per fect and subject to fall short of the expectations of God, there will come a time when every believer will need to have faith in God to endure. Hebrews 12:1-11 provides the reader with information that will help the believer en "Let us lay aside every weight and sin that so easily beset us ... (vs.1). The writer informs the church that there are two things that can cause issues for the be liever: weight and sin. The weight may not be a sin. A weight is something that you carry with you that causes you difficulty and hinders you from doing what God has called you to do. Motivation for enduring the hardships of life comes with blessings. Jesus en dured the hardships of the cross and is now sitting at the right hand of the throne of God (vs. 2). Because He endured the cross, Jesus was elevated to a greater posi tion. He went from suffering to sovereignty. As it was with Jesus so shall it be for you if you endure. The children of God are encouraged not to despise the chastising of the Lord or faint when you are rebuked (vs. s). If you know that you have done wrong or not followed God's commands avoid getting upset when you are chastised. When He speaks to you because of your actions or behavior don't faint or get weary in your growth or develop ment. There is a reasonable ex plaq.ation for God chastising you; He loves you (vs. 6). Being chastised is for your correction and development not out of spite and destruc tion. If a parent loves his/her children he/she will chastise them for doing the wrong thing. God chastises you to let you know what is accept able and what things are wrong. If you are not chastised then you are not considered to be a son, but an illegiti mate child or bastard (KJV) (vs. 8). Chastisement by God confirms your legiti macy as a child of God. When you are chastised by God consider it an honor. The honor may not be the "spanking," but the fact that He loves you enough to do it. Consider the comparison of being chastised by your earthly father and your heavenly father. Your earthly father chastises you out of his pleasures and you reverence him; however, your heavenly father chas tises you for your own good (vv. 9, 10). If you can sub ject yourself and show honor to a parent who does things for their benefit, why not pay more honor to God who does things for your good? At the time of chastising it does not feel good or is wel comed, but it has future benefits (vs. 11). This is why you have to endure the chas tisement. You need to with stand the chastisement so you can see how it is going to bless you in the future. You can look back over your life and see how you were chas tised for things that made you a better adult. Faith believes that God does what He does for your good. God shows His love for you by trying to help you be better tomorrow than you were today. If you know that you are being chastised be cause of sin or weight, cast them off! As God does things for your good, you must start doing things to help yourself. re your members registered to vote? CHURCH DIRECTORY ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue, Tampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave.) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddllllwkllt, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSH. SCHBULE 5llldar. 8:00A.M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45 A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer w/Bible Study I W.asdar. P. M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P M. Adult & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministn:Js@aol.com Mission Statement: '"A OJutdJ of tJe inner city reechitrpJt to the .eotnnUJiy bymnstemgtoiJe whole man. OUtrea:h Minis1ry: f'.()AH COMMli.JITY, t-Ot.,SE OF LYDIA Ill. Putor Emerttua Ea1y Worship 7 :55A.M. Slllday Morning Worship 9 : 30A M Momilg worship 10:55 A M. Wed ., Family Nllttt 7 P M For Transportation Call (813) 488-7890 Oea. KeMn DeCoursey Chairman, Deacons' Mini SUNDAY Sunday School 9:30A.M Morning Worship 11:00 A M YPWW 6 :00 P M. Evening Worship 7:00P.M. S:\1:'\T .L\\li'.S .\.t\J.E. CllL'RCII OF PRO(:IU:SS \'11.1..\(;E, 1:'\C. saoa 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677 Early Morning Worship Service 7:30A.M. Church School 8:45 A. M. Morning Worship Service 10:15A. M. NEW FRIENDSHIP M.B. CHURCH 3107 E. Lake Ave.* 248-4127 La. Pastor Weekly Activit ies Slllday Cluch School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 : 30P M 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 : 30 P. FIIST BAPTIST CIRJRCIICJ= PROGRESS VILLA8iE 8722 Progress BMf., Tampa, FL 33619 Church omoe: (813) 677 Pastor's Office : (813) 672..()389 Ace514 E-Malt: fbcopv@tampabay rr .com OR. SAIIIIAIWELL, SR. Senior T eachlng Pastor AdultJChlldren Worship nnes 7"20 AM. & 10:55 AM. 4 :1!:UJ1111Hift Sunday 9 :45AM. Acd & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 AM. AdiJt Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 7"20 P M Adult A Satefte Cam FOI' Falh Bible ll'l!titue Fa-Global Chlwve' (Acts 1:8, Rom. 1 : 8 1 The$. 1 : 8 )

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F rogress Village News September Birthday Happy birthday wishes are being sent to September birthday celebrants: Earl Wright, Lupage Reed, Betty Page, Delores Sanders, Florence Owens, Henry Sanders, Jimmy Wilkerson, Hen rietta Sanders, Michael Wiggs, Herbert Williams, Inez Nicker son and Eboni Burns. A special birthday wish is sent to Ms. Delores Copeland, who will be cel ebrating another year on September 18th. Sick And Shut-Ins Let's keep them in our daily prayers: Ralph Williams, Rev. James SERVICE TIMES Sunday School 1 0 A. M. Morning Service 11 :30 A. M Evening Service -7:30 P. M Bible Study -Tuesday Evening Bible Band -7:30 P. M Murphy, Waymon Saf fore, Mattie Mills, Wilbert and Elaine John son, the Phil on Family, Lena Jenkins, Lucille Turner, Tracy Collins and Phyllis Akes. Deepest Sympathy Rev. Michael B. Price, officiated the homegoing service for Mrs. Eloise Leek, who recently passed. Our deepest sympathy is being sent to her family and freinds. Her funeral was Tuesday at St. James AM. E. Church. She will be greatly missed. May each of you seek the Lord for comfort, guidance and strength during this time of bereavement. Timrsday Evening -Yr/W -7:30P.M. 1 s t And 3rd Friday Evening Women's Outreach Ministry 7:30P.M. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N. Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 *Tampa Dr C. T. Klltdand, 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 Hcu (B.T.U.) 6 PM-l..ord's SUpper (Commlrlion) TUESDAYS 6 PM -Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM -Youth Bible Study TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org Grandparents' Day Grandparents are being celebrated on a day set aside specifically for them. God set them up as a back-up plan to pray, nourish, educate, help and fulfill needs of our chil dren when the parents are absent or fall on hard times. Thank you for all your un selfish acts of kindness for our children. Where would they be without us? George and Annie Harris, Eloise Griffin, John and Alice Singleton, Gloria Bagley, Deon and Glo ria Johnson, Christine Hill, Barbara Thompkins, Rose Allen, Jessie and Gwen Brown, Ora Roberts, Hattie Miller, Mary Waters, Jackie Brown, Iradean Biggs, Judy Pritchard, Henrietta Sanders and many, many more. P. V. Civic Council The Progress Village Civic Council will meet Monday, GREATER FRIENDSHIP M.B.CHURCH 3325 E. Emma St. Sunday School-9:45a.m. Morning Worship -11 a .m. Evening Worship 5 p.m. Prayer Meeting Tuesday7:30 p .m. Visitors Are Welcome! aliCE IIARY MISSIOIIIRY BAPI1ST CIIIICII 3901 N 37th St 248-3779 : I :, ( i iiiiii.J. IEEI Pastor Early Morning Worship -8 A .M. Sunday School :-9:30 A.M. Morning Worship 10:50 Bible Study, Wed 7 P.M. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED September 17, 2012, at 7 p. fruit of the womb is his reen m. at the Progress Village ward. As arrows are in the m Plaza. hand of a warrior,Jor so are Directories will be avail-of a mighty man so are chil-m able for all homeowners in dren of the youth Happy is attendance. the man who has his quiver m full of them. They shall not be ashamed, but they shall speak with enemies in the My Brothers 2 Keep Prison Ministry My Brothers 2 Keep Prison Ministry P. 0. BOX 89174, Tampa, 33689-0402. If you are waiting for cards and Bibles and your address changed, contact the ministry at above ad dress. Those waiting and have not received requested items, please be patient or send a new request. Prayer Request Please keep the Black mon family in prayer. Scripture (Psalm 127:3,..5) gate." Thought For Today "Do not let what you can not do interfere with what you cando." F.Y.I. Remember to register to vote and pray for President Barack Obama and fam ily, the service men and women, public servants, homeless, missing, abused and each other. Remember our helper in the kitchen, Shu-Lon's Kitchen at 813-741-9760. Call your news into GloN 0 .. N "Lo children are an her itage of the Lord, and the ria McNair-Johnson at 813-735-7968. 0 IIP'IIST ... 111JI....._It. T..,_R.IIII2 (111) 2!8-1191 .....,..., t.15a. 1er1111 wenlll---... ....... n PrQtr llnlel, TIIIIIIJ I .. ... ... Til. HI .. 1 Stlfl, BROWN MEMORIAL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 2313 E. 27th AVE. (813) 248-5690 (813) 241-6902 WEEKLY WORSHIP SCHEDULE Sunday School ..... 9:30A.M. Sunday Morning Worship ... 11 A.M. Sunday Evening Worship .... 7:30P.M. Morning Prayer (Tuesday -Friday) .... 9 A.M. Wednesday Night Worship .. ... 7:30P.M. BISHOP MATTHEW WILLIAMS Pastor "A Church Where The Love Of God Flows And The Holy Ghost Is In Full Conbol." :!! g en m z :::! z m r-aJ c r rz ., c aJ r-c;; ::::t m c m < m -4 c m en c )> z c :!! c

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Congresswoman Castor Meats With Communitv Pastors On Thursday, September 6th, Congresswoman Kathy Castor met with several community pastors at the Open Cafe Restaurant, operated by St. John Cathedral Church. Congresswoman Castor joined the pastors for a fine buffet that also included members of St John Cathedral and people from the community. (PHOTOS BY BRUNSON) Rev. Charles McKenzie, local Rainbow Coalition Representative, was in attendance. Rev. Dr. Jeffrey Johnson of the 34th Street Church of God was at the buffet From left to right: Nikki Ross, Rev. Thomas Scott, and Sharon Carter. Attending the buffet at the Open Cafe were: Ernest Coney, Jr., Chloe Coney, and Marie White.

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Local Concerned Citizens Grouu Hosts INC launch Partv Hillsborough County Concerned Citizens gathered at the HOPE (Helping Our People Excel) Center on N. 22nd St. for a Democratic National Convention Launch Party. The group en ergized themselves with the pre-speeches to hear President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden give their nomination acceptance speeches. (Photos by Frederick Harris) Ernest Coney, Jr., Anika Coney, Chloe Coney, County Commissioner Les Mille:r and Gwen Miller were in attendance. Charlotte Woods, Margarette R. Brown, Vivian Heyward, Gloria Shellman; standing, City Councilman Frank Reddick and Ann Jenkins. These gentlemen at Tampa's DNC Launch Party were: Willie Parker, Joe Robinson and John Murray; standing, Marvin Knight, one of the co-founders of Hillsborough County Concerned Citizens, and John Green. m 3: D:l m :::D .... w,fa N 0 .... N Among those in attendance were: Cherylene Levy, Tonya Lewis, Patricia Wingo, Cynthia Hunter, Marvin Knight, Gina Godfrey, Ann Jenkins, Reggie Tolbert and Tonya Baker. Jackie Hearns and Roosevelt Scott. Cora Clanton and Rene Brown-Panko attended the Launch Party. Pam Colleton Cedric McCray. ., r 0 (/) _;;..._ ..... m z and ::::t z m r D:l c r r z ART MUSIC DANCE DRAMA c D:l 5otu Children, Serving the Tampa Bay area for over 30 years Fall Session Beg, ins Saturday September 15, 1 2 9:00am -12:00 noon @Taproot Community Center r u; :::1: m c m < m -4 c m (/) c )> z c ., :::D c

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ocal E_vent "' -Re_s_ta-ur-a-nr_s_Fo_n_e __ w m :e w 1-Q. w t/) >-a: I.L c a: I.L c z c( c UJ w I-ii: w > w c w l: t/) ::::i m Q. z i= w ...J ...J m I ...J w z i= z w t/) a: 0 ...J I.L m 0 ...... w BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter After spending mqre than 30 years working with his parents in their business in Chicago, Richard Stewart decided it was time to move on, and do what he's always loved; cooking. opened the Ginja Bay Cafe on Busch Boulevard, and immediate success. "As far as the mobile truck is con-Busch Boule-vard and Florida Av-enue near the Workforce of fices." Growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, Mr. Stewart said and female were great cooks. Mr. Stewart said his most popular dishes are his jerk chicken and oxtails, but he has a huge menu of other dishes that also get a lot of attention. After moving to Tampa, Mr. Stewart decided to put together a mobile food truck, and started selling his dishes in the New Tampa area. cemed, I don't cooking was a Mr. Stewart said his dishes speak for themselves, and invites everyone to come by his restaurant at 2116 West Busch Boulevard, and judge for themselves. (PHOTO BY JULIA JACKSON) use it as much natural thing now, but I do for him, be-go out on Fri-cause everydays and park Richard Stewart stands in front of his restaurant, the one in his In 2009, Mr. Stewart in the lot at Ginja Bay Cafe. family, male Liberal Arts Courses Arts, History, Political Science, Humanities, Science, literature and more! Lecture Series _.._._.. Social Events Fall Open House Sept 18, 9:30 a.m. Tampa Museum o f Art, 120 W Gasparilla Plaza. Tampa Cal 813-97 4-8036 or email olliYol@gmail.com to reserve space. Find out more at www.usfseniors.org/05 lJSF is ifl EMA lml'Uim M 1500 Tampa Fl 33610 813-374-9026 Open Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Or call for an Appointment Ufe -we can Bind Covoerlte Immediately t.ow Down Payments t.ow Monthfv Payments Springfield College Hosts 3rd Seminar On September 8th, Springfield College, School Of Human Services, Tampa Bay Campus, held their 3rd Free Seminar. It was entitled, "Working With Difference In Human Services. The event covered such topics as: working with ethnicity, gender, sexuality, language, and physical limita tions. The college is planning the next seminar for October. It is entitled, Issues Pertaining To Em ployment For ExFelons." (Photographs by Toby Scott of Chow and Scott Keepsakes.). Springfield College Professors, Dr. G'Han Singh and Dr. Michael Cooper, were the facilitators for the seminar. RUSSELL GRAHAM Mr. and Mrs. Nate (Veronica) Dixon were very excited about the information they were receiving. Anthony Gonzalez, Cindy Pumphrey and Dr. Tanya Sessoms, were in attendance. Florida Sentinel employee, Springfield Alum/ Adjunct Prof., Tonia Turner; Dr G'Han Singh, Ms. Ruth A. Vernon (88), Singh Rasile and Amanda Cooper came out to learn more about Diversity to help them in their professional and personal lives.

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HBCU News Svbrina Fulton, Mother FIMU Named One Of Farbes Malazine's -: 01 Travvon Manin, 2012America's Tap CoiiiiiS Addresses Freshman =i:=::::.,ident i Class II Her IIIIa Mater (FAMU) was named one of "This ranking strongly on five categories: post(L-R) FMU Trustee, Rev. Wayne Lomax; Sybrina Fulton; and FMU President, Henry Lewis, III. MIAMI GARDENS FL Florida Memorial University (FMU) recently welcomed Sybrina Fulton, mother of the late Trayvon Martin, to its 2012 Fall Convocation, which was held in honor of more than soo MU fresh men. Fulton, a 1997 FMU alumna, thanked FMU for its "support, prayers and encouragement." She implored students to make education a priority and to graduate on time." She also 888.8metro8 metropcs.com stressed the importance of registering and exercising the right to vote in the upcoming election. FMU President Henry Lewis, III commended Fulton for her resilience and noted her "grace under unimaginable pressure" before he presented Fulton with the 2012 FMU President's Award. (Photo credit: Mark Hill, Photographer) Forbes magazine' s supports that FAMU is a graduate success; student America's Top Colleges in premier institution that has satisfaction; debt; four-year the nation in the publica-a distinguished faculty and graduation rate and comtion's annual ranking of the outstanding students who petitive awards top colleges. are challenged to excel in The rankings are prepared FAMU also made Forbes' and out ofthe classroom. exclusively for Forbes by lists for "Best Research Some of the other univer-the Center for College Colleges." sities liste d included Affordability and This is truly an honor for Pr1"nceton Harvard Yale Productivity, a Wa s hington, Florida A&M University to Bro n G e orgetow n Duke w D C think tank founded by be recognized as one of u "t f Fl d mversi Y 0 on a Ohio University economist Forbes Magazine's Top Fl "d St t u ty d on a a e mvers1 an Richard Vedder. Colle ges in the nation, said College. Talladega College Forms Band Talladega College, home of the famous Amistad Murals, championship men's and women's basketball teams, an illustrious list of graduates that became university presi dents, the first meeting place of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Andrew Young, alumni in business, science, education, healthcare and industry world-wide; and now adding to its current list is a new marching band. Talladega College started a marching band program this summer. Over 100 prospective and current students have expressed an interest in participating in the College band. Activities began with a Band Camp this summer. The new band will perform at sports events, parades, cel ebrations, concerts and make special guest appearances and performances this fall. "We are looking forward to this new program at the Single Plan LIMITED TIME OFFER Unlimited 4QLT E data, talk and text LG Motion"" 4G Coolpad QuattroTN 4Q ..._ ____ __. ., College. With music, you have r the ability to inspire, unite and uplift an audience and 6 community. Our program is ):lo attracting students from en across the southeast. They are excited to come and be a ::j part of the 'first-ever' Z Marching Band at Talladega J!! College," remarks 01 President, Dr. Billy C. C: Hawkins. J= The band is set to perform !!I in the Atlanta Classic Parade z on Sept. 29. "'C c: 01 c en ::J: m c m < m -1 c: m en c ):lo z c ., ::D c See sales msociate or metropcs.com for details. metroPCS. Wireless for AIL C) m .... .... I 01

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' (ill .,. .,; .,. a: w m ::::s w .... D.. w en c a: u. c a: u. c z < c en w .... w > w c w :I: en :::l m D.. z i= w ..J ..J m ..J w z i= z w en < c a: 0 ..J u. m I N .... It's tailgating time and your sports-hungry fans need some serious eats to fuel their game-day fun. So, when friends and family get together at your place to watch the big game, what's better than the option pass of brats and burgers, with a sideline huddle of chips and dip and let's not get penalized for clipping by forgetting a Iii' some thin' for sipping. FrankB's Famous Pork Oxtails, ffied Chicken, CUny Chicken, Meatloaf, Clitlins, SalsiHiy Steak, Chicken and Duplings, Smothered Ttlttey Wings, Barbecue Ribs Cabbage, Collard Greens, Mac & Cheese, Black Eyed Peas, Candied Yams, Freshly Baked Homemade Banana Pocking & Peach Cobbler And Much More ... Take Out Available """"!"'ft"P.'II"!!ft! 2 packages bratwurst ,' 2 14.9-ounce cans stout beer 1 1obuns \ I Sauerkraut \ 1 1 Dijon mustard \ I \ 1 DIRECfiONS: In large heavy-bottomed l pot, combine bratwurst and beer. Bring to a 1 I boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat and 1 11 simmer for 30 minutes. I \ Preheat grill to medium-high heat (350 I \ to 400F). Spray grill rack with nonstick, ,' \nonflammable cooking spray. 1 Remove brats from pot. (!rill brats for 20 I ', to 25 minutes, turning every five minutes. Place one brat in each bun. Top with de' sired amount of sauerkraut and mustard. PtiiiiY 1 1 package bratwurst_ 1 1 medium sweet red pepper, sliced \ I 1 medium yellow pepper, sliced \ ,' 1 medium green pepper, sliced \ 1 1large onion, sliced 1 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 I 3/4 cup Cheez Whiz process 1 I cheese sauce 1 1 1 5 hoagie rolls, split 1 1 \ I \ DIRECTIONS: Grill brats according to 1 \ package directions; keep warm. 1 ', In skillet, saute peppers and onion in oil 1 1 until tender. ', Place a brat in each roll. Top with peppers, onions and cheese sauce. ', ,,' Brat Hoaaie ',, I I 1 1 package bratwurst \ I 1large onion, sliced \ / Island '. 1 salad dressing I t/3 cup coarse ground mustard 1 l1loaf (1 pound) French bread 1 1 12 slices Swiss cheese, thinly sliced I I 11 can (14 ounces) sauerkraut, drained I I I I 1 DIRECTIONS: Grill brats according to di1 \ rections. When cool, cut into 1/ 4-inch bias 1 \ 1 I \ s 1ces. \ In skillet, saute onion in butter until tender; ,' \ set aside In small bowl, combine salad dressing and 1 1 Slice French bread lengthwise and put on baking sheet Spread salad dressing, 1 ', mixture on bread Layer bottom of bread with 6 slices of cheese, brats, ', onions, sauerkraut and remaining cheese. Bake at 350F for 10 minutes or until cheese is melted. Cut hoagie and serve. --------------------

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R.ecipes .... ---.... ,,'' Mini ............ ,, '\ ,' Sliders \ I I 2 pounds ground gausage 1 pound ground beef 16 slider buns or mini sandwich rolls Condiments DIRECTIONS: In bowl, combine sausage and beef. Using your hands, blend meats together and form into one large ball and press into patties. Preheat grill to medium-high heat 1 (350 to 400F). : \ Cook sliders completely through. 1 \ Test for doneness. Internal tempera-1 \ ture should be I60F. I ', Slice buns, top with your ', favorite condiments. .... ,. ........... __ ,,. --.................. ChiPotle Mustard '', ,, TurkeY Bur2ers ',, I \ I \ I \ I \ I \ I I I 1/2 lb lean ground turkey and 2 Sandwich Thins (buns) 2 Tbsp. Chipotle Mustard + extra to spread a generous pinch of salt 2 slices pepper jack cheese, cut into 1-inch pieces a handful of fresh baby spinach cut into 1-inch pieces 16 toothpicks : DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 400. In a bowl add 2 Tbsp. of chipo1 tle mustard and a pinch of salt to ground turkey. Gently mix until com1 I bined. Roll meat into very small balls and set on a cookie sheet. Press I I each ball down gently to slightly flatten Bake for 10 min., remove and 1 1 \lay a small piece of cheese over each burger. Return to oven for l,-21 \ min. until cheese is melted and burgers are cooked through. 1 \ Spread mustard on buns and cut into 1" pieces. Assemble I \ burgers on toothpicks by stabbing some bread (mustard ,' \ side down), then spinach, then a burger, then the other ', piece of bread (mustard side up). When serving ', dish, press everything down a bit that ..,. will help them stand up. ,. .......... __ ,,. -----------I I I ... ---.... ,,.'' PhiiiY ............ I' Cheese Bur2er ', 1-1/2 pounds ground beef 1 onions (sliced) 1 each red and green pepper, (sliced) 6 slices provolone cheese 6 bogie roll 1 teaspoon each, garlic powder, onion powder, salt and pepper en m m \ 3: m m :II ..... I IN lg IN I I I I I t DIRECTIONS: Preheat grill to medium-high Take hamburger and make 6 patties. Mix all seasonings and season patties 1 equally. 0 1 Put patties on grill. When about 70-1 :II I So% toward your wanted doneness, add I 1 provolone and vegetables. Cook the rest 1 en \ of the way until done. ,' \ Put patties in hoagie roll, and 1 ::::! \,serve up your unique Ph illy,' ifi Cheese Burger:. r ', ,.' m .......... __ ,,. c: --r r m -1 z "tt c: aJ r en ::::t m c m < m -1 c: m en c J> z c ., c

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Natural Pain Relief These are natural pain re lief measures you can use to help relieve symptoms of pain that have just occurred: Injury: Ice for the first couple of days to reduce in flammation, then moist heat after the first to second day, which will boost blood circu lation and promote tissue healing. Strained Muscles: Add magnesium (such as Epsom salts) or sodium bicarbonate to a hot bath to help relieve inflammation and soothe muscle strains. To work on managing pain that is chronic or intermit tent, there are a variety of options from which to choose. Relaxation: When m pain, we tend to take shorter breaths. Be conscious of how you're breathing and whether it's shallow. Draw out your breath, as it will help relax your body. That dispersal of tension will also help disperse pain symp toms. Think of childbirth and how breathing methods have been used for yea rs It's a way to work through the pain and re lax. What You Must Kilow About Ovarian Cancer Although Mrican Ameri can women have lower inci dence rates for o va rian cancer, the y have worse sur vival rates from this disease. Ovarian Cancer begins in the ovaries, the twin organs that produce a woman s eggs and the main source of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone. Symptoms include: Bloating or pressure in the belly Pain in the abdomen or pelvis Feeling full too quickly during meals Urinating more fre quentl y These s y mptoms can be caused by many conditions that are not cancer. If they occur daily for more than a few weeks, report them to your health care profes sional. Risk Factors The strongest risk factor for ovarian cancer is age. It 's most likely to develop after a woman goes through menopause. Using post menopausal hormone therapy may increase t h e risk. Ob ese women have a higher risk of getting ovarian cancer than other women. And the death rates for ovar ian cancer are higher for obese women too compared with non-obese women. Screening Tests There are two ways to screen for ovarian cancer be fore it causes symptoms or shows up during a routine gynecologic exam. One is a blood test for elevated levels of a protein called CA125. The other is an ultra so und of the ovaries. Unfortunately screening is only recom mended for women with s trong risk factors Get More Energv After 40 Do you demand too much of yourself! If yes : try to manage stress; l earn to say no; set priorities; pace yourself Take time each day to simply relax, perhaps using a tape or relaxation class. Consider whether there is a good balance of work and play in your life and what you can do about it. If necessary, you may want to reconsider what you want from life Have you been af fected recently by a stressful event? If yes: Be realistic, and be kind to yourself. Don't expect to be back to your normal self overnight. Remember; all progress is good, however small or unimportant it may seem to you at the time. Here are some guidelines to help you find more energy in your daily life: Organize Your Time Using your time efficiently will help reduce your stress levels as well as giving you more energy to tackle tasks with gusto. Stay Active -As you age, do not lose sight of what you love to do. Whether it is picnics in the park, or enjoying theater shows, you don t have to give up y our passions as you get older Continuing to do the things you love will fill you with energy. Get rid of your e n e rgy drainers and implement more energy en hancers and y ou will be well on your way to living a long, energetic life. Energy Boosting Foods-Although your calo rie requirements decrease with age, you need energy boosting foods to keep up with activities, enjoy family, remain independent and fight off illness. To help you make the most of your nutri tional intake, energy foods should provide multiple ben efits. Focus on nutrient dense proteins and complex carbohydrates that are low in calories, sodium and satu rated fat to k eep your heart healthy and your stamina high. Is regular exercise part of your daily life? If no: Begin to change that. If you are unfit start with 10 minutes of mode r ate physical activity each day and build up to at l eas t 30 minutes Are you drinking too much? If yes: cut down on the booze. It acts as a sedative, and even small amounts can make you tired for hours. Are you sleeping well? If no: practice good sleep habits. Avoid eating reading or watching television while in bed. Keep your bedroom cool, dark and quiet and set the alarm to get up at the same time each day a rou tine will help you to establish a regular schedule. Check Hormone Levels -Many older women de velop an imbalance in their hormones which can lead to lack of energy. It is encour aged that all women over 40 take a blood test to check their hormone levels.

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Health Fix It With Food Habits Hurting Men Over 40 They say you are what you eat, so here s a list of foods that will make your overall health, amazing. Get Rid Of Depression The Omega-3s in Salmon may calm your neurotic side. Salmon is loaded with EPA and DHA as are walnuts, flaxseeds, and even cauliflower. Speed Up Weight Loss The probiotics in yogurt may help you drop pounds. Stabilize Blood Sugar If you eat barley-a key in gredient in whole-grain cereals-for breakfast, the fibrous grain cuts blood sugar response by 44% at lunch and 14% at dinner Manage Your Cold The vitamin C in kiwi won t prevent the onslaught of a cold, but it might de crease the duration of your symptoms. One kiwi fruit provides 117% of your daily recommended intake of vitamine. Banish That Migraine Foods rich in healthy monounsaturated fats, such as olives, help reduce inflam mation, a catalyst for mi graines. Avocados and almonds are also high in mo nounsaturated fats. Repair Muscles Popeye was onto some thing, it seems. Treating human muscle cells with a compound found in spinach increased protein synthesis by 20%. The compound al lows muscle tissue to repair itself faster, the re searchers say. No More Anxiety Tuck a few extra cloves of garlic into your next stir-fry or pasta sauce. The en zymes in garlic can help increase the release of serotonin, a neuro chemical that makes you feel relaxed. Boost Brain-Power Men who consumed more beta-carotene over 18 years had significantly delayed cognitive aging. Carrots are a tremendous source of the an tioxidant as are other orange foods like butternut squash, pumpkin and bell peppers. Replenish Your Post-Workout Body Nothing like a little dessert after a long workout. A low-fat chocolate milk does a better job than sports drinks at replenishing the body after a workout. Why? Because it has more elec trolytes and higher fat con tent Areas 01 Your Bodv You Don't Check Enough Check Your Nails If you see dark lines on the nail beds, it could mean you have skin can cer. If y ou see long, white, horizontal bands of dis coloration on the nail's surface and you've been feeling fatigued lately, it could be bad news for your kidneys. Check Your Armpits If you see a patch of rough, dark skin, it could be a dia betes warning. A simple blood test can determine if you're at risk. Check Your Eyelids, Knees, And Elbows If you see small, soft lumps that look white or waxy, they could be small de posits of cholesterol. Unfor tunately this sign could mean your cholesterol levels are unhealthy; a serious risk factor for heart disease. Check Your Scalp Thinning hair is a com mon indicator of a thyroid disorder, which affects about 10% of American women. Your doctor can measure the amount of thyroid-stim ulating hormone in your blood-if you have too much or. too little, you'll need med ication to regulate it. Excessive scalp shedding can mean you have a lot of stress. Stress can cause ex cessive amounts of the hor mone cortisol to overwhelm your immune system and dry out your scalp. A drugstore dandruff shampoo can help, but you should also try to get more sleep, breathe more deeply, and unpack that overpacked schedule. Check Your Abs If you see thick, dark hair (or stubble) extending toward your belly button in a diamond shape (rather than growing downward from the top of the pubic bone), it could be a sign of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). Caused by overproduction of androgens, the condition can lead to irregular or heavy periods, weight gain, acne, and thick, dark hair on the belly, face, chest, and back. As many as 1 in 10 women have PCOS, which can be a risk factor for serious prob lems like infertility and heart disease. If you have symptoms see your ob-gyn; she might prescribe birth control pills to get your hormones back in check. Check Your Tongue If you see a white, yel low, or orange coating, it could mean you 're suffer ing fr om acid reflux. Normally, a one-way valve at the bottom of the esophagus makes sure that whatever goes down doesn't come back up. Acid reflux occurs when this valve opens spontaneously and the con tents of your stomach make a break for your throat, leav ing your tongue coated in di gestive acids. Most reflux can be treated with OTC antacids or simply by avoiding acidic and spicy foods; if those measures don t work see your doctor. Check Your Eyes If you see undereye circles that won't go away, you could have allergies. Essentially, once an aller gen hits your body, which in response releases histamine, this chemical makes blood vessels swell with blood and other fluids, often resulting in dark patches where the skin is thinnest. A skin test done by a doctpr, can determine which allergen is causing your symptoms. Being Single. Married men in their sos, 6os and 70s, are healthier and have lower death rates than those who never mar ried or who are divorced or widowed. BeingTech-Crazy. The more time that's spent look ing at wide-screen TVs, smartphones, tablets, gam ing systems, laptops, and other electronics, the less time that's spent on more healthful pursuits. Being Blind To Nutrition. Poor nutrition is linked with heart disease, diabetes, and cancer in men over40. Being A Bad Driver. Men generally have more car acci dents than women. Being Depressed. Men often equate de pression with sadness or other emotions and fail to realize that warning signs of depression including fatigue or excessive sleep, agitation, restlessness, trouble con centrating, irritability, and changes in appetite. Being A Smoker. The older you get, the worse the effects of smoking become. 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Elementary School Receives Letter of Proclamation Recently, Mayor Gow B. Fields (City of Lakeland) presented a Letter of Proclamation to the and staff of Dixieland Elementary School in commendation of their tireless dedication to increasing the performance of the school's students. Mayor Fields officially declared Monday, August 13th as Dixieland Elementary School Day. Debbie Henderson, principal, was honored as the Instruction Leader of the school and presented with a c key to the City of Lakeland. a: For more than eighty lL years, Dixieland Elementary School has served the c( Lakeland community with its L.E.A.R.N. mission: C Lifelong Enthusiastic Achievement that is i= Rigorous and Relevant in a > Nurturing environment a: Congratulations to Principal Henderson and the staff and educators of Lakeland' s Dixieland Elementary! Keep up the awesome work! Meeting To Be Held The monthly meeting of the Lakeland Housing Authority' s Residents' Interests Committee Meeting will be held on Thursday, September 20, 2012 beginning at 6:30 p.m. The host-site will be the Villas at Lake Bonnet Community Room, 303 Brunnell Parkway in Lakeland. The public is invited to attend. For further information call (863) 687-2911. Spring 2013 White House Internship Program Now Accepting Applications White House Interns, young men and women from across the country dedicate their time, talents, energy, and service to better the White House, the com munity, and the nation. Their tasks vary by department. All interns are united through weekly events including a weekly speaker series with senior staff members, off-site field trips, and, mentorship opportunities. It is important that we encourage the young leaders that we know to apply for this awesome opportunity. The application deadline is September 23, 2012. To apply, visit the website at: www.whitehouse.Kovlintern Happy Birthday Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy birthday to: Will Brown, of Lakeland, (September 18th); Terri Cox, of Tampa, (September 2oth), and Thelma Harvey, of Lakeland, and Deborah Bonet, of Bartow, (September 22nd). May God continue to bless each of you with many more natal years! Happy Anniversary LARRY JORDAESHIA COLEMAN Shaw-Nuf Talk extends wishes for a happy anniversary to some very special couples: Larry and Jordaeshia Coleman, celebrating their second wedding anniversary on September 17th; Artis and Diane Dukes of Lakeland who will celebrate their spe cial day on September 19th; and AI and Patricia Smith of Tampa and Alex and Chandra Fredrick who will both celebrate their wedding anniversary on September 22nd. May the blessings of the Lord continue to be upon these unions. This week s Shaw-Nqf Shout-Out goes out to former Polk County lady Teresa Brown, who recently shared with ShawNuj, the following words of encouragement: God has not called us to the place of perfect service, but to the place of faithful service; Not to the place of work without rest, but to the place of rest in our work; Not to the place of making everyone l wppy, but to the place of pleasing Him." Thanks, Teresa. May He continue to bless you to be a blessing t o others? Talk To Shaw-Nqf Talk wants to hear from you. Share news and/ or photos of your celebrations, special events, birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, family reunions, civic groups, social clubs, religious organizations, and community news etc., with the readership of the Flo.rida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Nqf Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo &QID. or calling (863) 5138437. Shaw-Nq(Talk will share your exciting news with the readership! w c w J: en :::J m ::l D. z Workforce Agencv Holds Annual Meeting, Awards Event iii ..J ..J ::l m ..J BY CYNTHIA E. ZORN-SHAW Polk County Columnist W On Thursday, August 23rd, before large audience z of breakfast guests, at its 2012 Annual Meeting," Polk c( Works distributed the c a: 0 ..J lL w CJ agency's 2012 Annual Report and recognized com panies who had been voted as the 2012 Best Places to Work. The ceremony, held at The Lakeland Center' s Sikes Hall, acknowledged the work and contributions of military veterans.to the workplace. U.S. Congressman Dennis A. Ross, delivered the keynote address speaking about vet eran and workforce matters. During his address, Congressman Ross encouraged employers to open their doors to the men and women who have put all on the line to serve our country. 'There's a high unemployment rate among Polk's so,ooo veterans; we who serve in government have an obligation to ensure that this ration goes down, stated Congressman Ross. Stacy CampbellDomineck, Polk Works President/CEO served as Mistress of Ceremony and presented the various awards. The chosen compa nies offer programs such as bring your pet to work day, employee recognition, child care assistance, holiday bonuses and/or substantial employee benefit packets. Among the award-winning companies were: Small Business Category -Center for Retina & Macular Disease; Medium Business Category ArrMaz Custom Chemicals, The Estates at Carpenters, and Kegel LLC; and Large Business Category -Clark & Daughtry Medical Group, Polk County Clerk of Courts, and Florida's DENNIS A. ROSS U.S. Congressman Natural Growers. The Mega Business award winners were: Polk County Board of County Commissioners, W. S. Badcock Corporation, and Winter Haven Hospital. Other awards given were: Employers of Distinction ACT Environmental and Infrastructure, Clark Environmental, Coca-Cola STACY CAMPBELL -DOMINECK Polk Works President/ CEO Refreshments; Cross, Fernandez & Riley, LLP, DSM Technology Consultants, Ferguson Enterprises, Lanier Upshaw, and Southern Wine & Spirits; the Hammer Award -Richard Bryant, ofWalMart Supply Chain; the Workforce Champion Award -Adrian Jones of LEGOLAND Florida and the Larry Miller Award-Rod Crowley of Southern Wines & Spirit "I think that job seekers need to know about companies that truly care about their well-being and are great places to work for," stated CampbellDomineck. The annual Best Places to Work Awards are determined by employee surveys and a panel of judges. The criteria include training and development initiatives, retention and motivation of employees, commitment to work-life balance issues, and employee development and training initiatives. The award promotes a company's unique forward looking philosophy and ser vices to recognize those who lead in the development of exceptional workplace environments that nurture the improvement' of the quality of life for employees and their families.

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National Woman Donates Cadillac To CQIIeue Student Hun Bv Hit-And-Run Driver BRANDEN WHITEHEAD Branden Whitehead, a 20-year-old student at West Georgia Technical College, had to walk 15 miles each ways to attend class because he doesn't have a car. But, when Whitehead was hurt in a collision by a hit-and-run driver during one of his long treks last month, his injuries made it impossible for him to walk long distances. Police have yet to identify a suspect in the accident. When Vanessa Peebles saw Whitehead's story on television one night, she vowed that he would never have to get to class by foot again. She donated her 1990 Cadillac to the young college stu dent, saying that she was taken aback after hearing about Whitehead's story. "The thought of my kid walking, I don' t even want to think about it. So I said nope, that's it, end of story he's going to get this car," Peebles said. Whitehead, who has dreams of becoming a surgi cal tech, said the gift has made a "big difference." The only condition attached to her gift is that he has to continue doing well in his studies. African Businessman commits $6.4 Million To. Send Alrican Students To Morehouse College Some of the Morehouse Higher Life Foundation interna tional student scholars ... inset STRIVE MASIYIWA ATLANTA For 17-year old Abel Gumbo, things couldn't be better. Only a few months ago he was among more than a thou sand students at a high school in the Zimbabwean capital, Harare. Today he is rubbing shoulders with future leaders at Atlanta's Morehouse College. Gumbo is one of 10 stu dents from Africa who have been awarded full ride scholarships to Morehouse, beginning this fall. Everything is being paid for by billionaire Strive Masiyiwa, Zimbabwe's richest man, according to the 2011 Forbes list The telecom tycoon has committed $6-4 million in scholarship dollars to send 40 African freshmen to Morehouse over a four-year period. This year's intake comprises of two teenagers from Burundi and eight from Zimbabwe. "It's been an experience," said Gumbo, who is study ing for an undergraduate computer science degree. I have left everything behind to gain an education in America. Computer science is technologically more advanced in the States and I am learning a lot about peo ple from different cultures." Chicago Teachen' Union Goes On 1st Strike ln25Years CHICAGO Thousands of teachers walked off the jo b last Monday in Chicago' s first schools strike in 25 years, after union leaders announced that months-long negotiations had failed to resolve a contract dispute with school district officials by a midnight deadline. The walkout in the nation s third-largest school district posed a tricky challenge for the city and Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who said he would push to end the strike quickly as officials figure out how to keep nearly 400,ooo children safe and occupied Some 26,000 teachers and support staff were expec ted to join the picket. Contract negotiations between Chicago Public School officials and union leaders that stretched through the weekend were expected to resume Monday. :'1\-3! c MolD Tried To m Kill Son, 11 MIAMI -A Lauderhill .------------. iii woman is facing child cruel!;a ty charges after she beat her teen son with a baseball bat and tried to stab him, telling him "I have to kill you," police said Monday. Sheronda Hall Roselva was arrested Sunday morning following the attack. According to police, offi cers responded to the home just before noon to calls of a 17-year-old being attacked with a bat by his mother. When the officers inter viewed the teen, he said he was in his room sleeping when his mother came in and hit him in the head with the bat, striking him repeat edly, police said Roselva left the room and returned with a knife and told her son "I have to SHERONDA HALL ROSEL VA kill you," the teen told police. The son was able to grab his mother's arm and keep her from stabbing him, before he ran to a neigh bor' s house where the neighbor called 911, police said. BLICKLAWFIRM Accidents Injury Criminal DUI Helping the Hurting 813-703-4147 FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE. .... 'i'

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c if u.. c z c( c CJ) w .... w > w c w :J: CJ) ::::; m D.. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z w U) C if 0 ...J u.. m I CIO ""'" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NoncE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 11305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 083066.6010 File No.: 2012-m Certificate No.: 168982-08 Year of Issuance : 2008 Deecrlptlon of Property: MCINTOSH COUNTRY ACRES LOT 5 AND 1n UNDIV INT IN PARCEL A-AD PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 94163 SEC TWP AGE : 31-28-21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : RENALDO G. BIRT Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certif i cate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such cert i f i cate shall be sold to the hi ghest bidder at ttie Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1llh day of October. 2012, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated day of August, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, cell 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 11305 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which i t was assessed are as follows : Folio No .: 083132.0600 File No.: 2012 Certificate No.: 200030-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: TAFT S Y.z OF LOT 7 LESS W 388 FT N 15 FT OF LOT 6 LESS W 388 FT PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 06122 SEC TWP AGE : 32 28 21 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : L..AfiRY C. BLOCKER TERRY H. BLOCKER Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough. State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property descr i bed in such certificate shall be sold t o the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i to r ium 2nd F l oor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1llh day of October. 2012, at 10:00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person .with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II FOR RENT Apartment USF Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 13050 N. 20th Street Home 2 Story 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom/2 B<1th Townhome 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer CA/H, WID Hook-up Section 8 Ok Deposit Free One Month Section 8 Accepted Only $685.00 Call (813) 453-0123 Call 813-22Q-3633 -===--.__. -===---===--c: -=== .__-- c. =-....-4""'b., .... c==- ...........,.. -===. II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that LOU'S TLC EMPLOYEE PROFIT SHA 118738 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The cert i ficate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 061157.0000 File No : 2012-742 Certificate No.: 194276-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 Deecrlptlon of Property: S 'A OF NE 'A OF NW 'A LESS W 1150 FT AND LESS S 260FT AND LESS E 25FT FOR RJIN SEC TWP AGE : 18 -28 -20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : JEFFERSON ESTATES LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certif i cate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certif i cate shall be sold to the highest bi dder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor Geo rge E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1llh day of October 2012, at 10: 00 A,M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II Section 8 Ok 5 Bedroom/2 Bath New Home Custom Tile Ceiling Fans, Fenced Laundry Room WDH, CHA Stainless Steel Appliances (813) 758-2289 ... .......... -===---===- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NoncE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of i ssuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 090623.0200 File No. : 2012-743 Certificate No.: 201599-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: TRACT BEG 400 FT S OF NE COR W 'A OF NE 14 OF NW 'A RUNS 95FT W 180 30 FT N 95FT AND E 181. 16 FTTO POB LESS AD RJIN SEC TWP AGE : 26-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : GREENWAY DRIVE OF PLANT CITY LLC Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Flor i da. Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed accord ing to law the p r operty descr i bed in such cert i f i cate shall be sold to the highes t bidder at the Jury Auditor i um 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twi ggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1llh day of October. 2012, at 10; 00 A,M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. HOMES FOR RENT 4404 Troy Street 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Fenced Yard WDH,CHA Section 8 Welcome $1 ,050.00/Monthly Call (813) 451-1n6 Or (813) 451-1568 -===-........... -==-----c.-===--NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 181254.0000 File No. : 2012-744 Certificate No.: 210386-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Deecrlptlon of Property: BENJAMIN'S 5TH ADDITION LOTS 13 AND 14 BLOCK 5 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 02n6 SEC TWP AGE : 23-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : BARBARA L PESHO Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed accord in g to law the property described in such certificate shall be so l d tQ tl:le highest b i dder at the Jury Auditor i um 2nd F l oor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1llh day of October. 2012, at 10:00 A M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 81 oo ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated day of August 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, st no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. II 1413 E Waters Avenue Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home $7 40.00/Month $500.00 Deposit And 12 Month Lease $35.00 Application Fee Credit Issues Ok With Income Verification And References If Interested Call 813-704-5994

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DATUM TONAL, LLC 116391 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows ; Folio No.; 204165.0000 File No.; 2012 Certificate No.; 212906-09 Year of Issuance ; 2009 O..Crlptlon of Property: TERRY PARK EXTENSION LOT 26 BLOCK C PLAT BOOK/PAGE ; 36111 SEC TWP AGE : 28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n which assessed ; WESLEY B. HARRELL SR. Sa i d property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord in g to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud itori um, 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1llb day of October, 2012. at 10:00 A.M. (NOnCE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 2!1h day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you are entitled at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Progress Village Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Fruit Trees CHA, WDH, Carport Newly Remodeled $850.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 21o-4339 Section 8 Special Sulphur Springs 3 Bedroom/2 Bath CHA, Fenced Backyard Laundry Room $950.00/Monthly Available Call (813) 968-1168 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DATUM TONAL, LLC 116391 the holder of the following certificate has filed sa i d certificate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the descr i ption of the property, and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.; 209069.0000 File No.: 2012 Certificate No.: 213645-09 Year of Issuance: 2009 O..Crlptlon of Property: MADISON PARK WEST LOT 15 BLOCK 20 PLAT BOOK/PAGE ; 07/30 SEC TWP AGE : 32 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : SONYA N. WOODARD SHILEAH WOODARD Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa FL 33602 on the 1.1.tb day of October. 2012. at 10:00 A.M .(NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verity sale location). Dated thi s 2!1h day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. Near Chamberlain High School 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Great Neighborhood Freshly Painted $850.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Call (813) 601-3101 Houses For Rent 4 Bedrooms/2 Baths And 6 Bedrooms/2 Baths Fenced Yard Washer/Dryer Hook-Up Call Bert (813) 969-3970 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NoncE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that BETTE J. VOLZ 118633 the of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 075068.5004 File No.: 2012 Certificate No.: 197032..()9 Year of Issuance : 2009 O..Crlptlon of Property: SELLHORN SURVEY FOR A MINOR SUBDIVISION LOT 2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: SB01/44 SEC TWP AGE : 1530-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whi ch assessed : JEFFREY L SMITH EUZABETH A. SMITH Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Flor i da Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property descr i bed in such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E. !=dgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1llb day of October. 2012, at 10 : 00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verity sale location). Dat ed this 2!1h day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk It you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call711. Sulphur Springs 1610 East River Cove New 4/2 1400 Sq. Ft. Available 9/14/12 Section 8 OK Only $995.00/Monthly Deposit Negotiable 813-376-8787 Erick 3418 North 49th Street Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath CHA, WDH Fenced Yard Available Now (813) 770-2003 (813) 735-5295 (813) 713-4055 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORTAXDEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed sa i d certificate for a taX deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows: Folio No.: 172653.0000 File No.: 2012 Certificate No : 209417..()9 Veer of Issuance : 2009 o..crlptfon of Property: BONITA BLKS 26 TO 30 AND 32 TO 36 AND 38 TO 48 LOTS 7 AND 8 LESS S 50 FT BLOCK 47 LESS RIW FOR 16TH ST PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 02171 SEC TWP AGE ; 07-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : VERONICA BLANCO CAROLYN PATRICIA SHEEHY Said property being in the County of H i llsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such cert i ficate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor, George E Edgecomb Co urthouse, 800 East Twi ggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 1llb day of October. 2012, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this day of August, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia needed; H you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 3019 North 38th Street 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths On Quiet Dead End Street CHA, Carport $875.00/Monthly $600.00/Security (813) 335-6688 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certi1icate for a tax deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate number and year of i ssuance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 061641.0000 File No.: 2012 Certificate No.: 1M336-09 Year of Issuance; 2009 o..crlptfon of Property: W 180FT OF E 830.94 FT OF S 241FT OF N 891FT OF NW 14 OF NW 1/4 SEC TWP AGE : 21-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed ; MACHELE DEVON FRANKUN Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida: Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor, E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 1llb day of October. 2012, at 10;00 A.M. (NOTICE : Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verity sale location). Dated thi s 2!1h day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk H you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no coat to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Ia I'Meded; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. 2010 North MacDIII West Tampa Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Large Fenced Property Section 8 Only Call (813) 08 For Your Convenience The Florida Sentinel Bulletin Accepts --======------- I DEBIT v- E:xp.----A.lnld 0-blt Card.-... VIa

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Nr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.,... 0 N .; .,... a: w m w t: w C/) >= a: LL c a: LL c z ct c C/) w ..... w > w c w :I: C/) :::i m a. z i= w ...J ...J m ...J w z i= z II NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 111305 the holder of the following cert ificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the prop erty and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 206121.0000 File No.: 2012-750 Certificate No.: 181054-08 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: WASHINGTON PARK LOTS 11 AND 12 BLOCK 19 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 04/47 SEC TWP RGE : 28-28-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : STEPHEN M. KNAPP MYONG KNAPP Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certif i cate shall be redeemed according to law, the prop erty described i n such certif icat e shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Audito rium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11tb day of October, 2012. at 10 : 00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to sale location). Dated this 2!tb. day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice I mpaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES LLC 111305 the holder of the following cert i fi cate has f i led said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 181043 0000 File No.: 2012-751 Certificate No.: 178491-(18 Year of Issuance : 2008 Description of Property: COLLINS ADDITION EXTENSION BLK 2 TO 5 AND 21 TO 34 LOT 1 BLOCK 33 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 01/38 SEC TWP RGE: 23-29-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : ESTATE OF CORA CHANEY Sa i d property being i n the County of H ills borough State of Florida Unless such cert ificate shall be redeemed according to la w the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud itoriu m 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa FL 33602 on the 11tb day of October. 2012. at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 2!tb. day of August, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. TAX DEEDS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 1117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon. The certif i cate number and year of iss uance the description of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 168861.0000 File No.: 2012 752 Cert ificat e No.: 209129-09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: YALAHA S Y.. OF LOT 13 AND LOT 14 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 11/36 SEC TWP AGE : 22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : BRENDA J. LINDSAY Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such cert i ficate shall be redeemed according to law the property descr ibed i n such certif i cate shall be sold to the h ig hest bidder at the Jury Aud i tor ium, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11tb day of October. 2012. at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated thi s 2!tb. day of Auaust, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; if you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MACWCP II LLC 1117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the desc ription of the property and the names i n which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 042377.0000 File No : 2012-753 Certif icate No.: 190252..()9 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: OAKLAND HILLS LOT4 BLOCK2 PLAT BOOK/PAGE : 24 / 07 SEC TWP RGE: 11-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in whi ch assessed: FLORENCE E ELLIOTT KNIGHT A. MCGOWAN Said property being i n the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street, Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11tb day of October, 2012, at 10;00 A,M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location) Dated day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certai n assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed ; If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED II NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MACWCP II LLC 1117913 the holde r of the follow ing certificate has filed said cert i ficate for a tax deed to be i ssued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 060761.0600 File No.: 2012-754 Cert i ficate No.: 194196..()9 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: W 200 FT OF E 450 52 FT OF S 445 FT OF W Y.. OF NE 14 OF NW 14 LESS S 25 FT FOR ROAD RIW SEC TWP AGE: 15-28-20 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n which assessed : RMK 10730, LLC Sa i d p roperty being in the County of H i llsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property descr ibed in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Aud i torium 2nd Floor George E. Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs St r eet Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of October. 2012, at 10:00 A,M, (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated day of August. 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired call 711. w 11!;;;;;;;;;1 II APTS. FOR RENT II a: 0 ...J LL 8122 Marks Street (Nebraska & Busch) 4 Bedroom/1 Bath 1,500 SF CHA Fenced, Carpet $700 00/Monthly $700 00/Deposit (813) 385-2298 Northeast Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Carport, Utility Room WDH, Stove Refrigerator And AJC Unit Furnished Available Call (850) 21 Q-9579 Tampa Area Nice Homes For Rent 2, 3 And 4 Bedrooms Section 8 Approved Call (813) 280-0588 For Detailed Information 1907 West Palmetto St. 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Home CHA, Deck, Carport Washer/Dryer Fenced Backyard $1 ,000.00/Monthly $500.00/Deposit Section 8 Only Call (813) 695-0324 1516 Columbus Drive Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath New Wood Floors $700 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Hot Water Cable (813) 209-3289 Ybor Apartments 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $550.00/Monthly Includes Water Deposit Required Other 1 Bedrooms And Studios AVailable (813) 318-1523 (201) 819-5265 Studio Apartment For Rent Water Electric And Cable Included 1 Month Rent Plus Deposit Section 8 Welcome Call (813) 236-2395 Contact LaVora @ Move In Special 1st Month 1h Off Very Spacious 2 Bedroom/2 Bath $625.00/Monthly $300.00/Deposit AJC, New Tile/Carpet Call (813) 298-2499 Fax To: (813) 8 Or Email: ledwards@flsentlnel.com

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 117913 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certif i cate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the description of the property and the name s in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 164224.0000 File No.: 2012-755 Certif i cate No. : 2087 46-()9 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: EAST SUWANEE HEIGHTS W 117FT OF LOT 4 BLOCK 17 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 07 / 42 SECTWP RGE: 36-28-18 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : KERMIT J. HINES LANA L. HINES Said property be i ng i n the County of Hillsborough State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the h i ghest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of October. 2012, at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276-81 00 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 241h day of August, 2012 PAT FRANK Clerk Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Aorida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate In this proceeding, you are ent i tled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk's ADA Coordinator 601 E Kennedy Blvd., Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205 two (2) working days prior to the date the service is needed ; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. I I 2406 East 12th Avenue Apartment #C Nice And Clean 1 Bedroom/1 Bath $475 00/Monthly $475.00/Deposit Call (813) 846-6422 Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 100% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675.00 Moves You In! 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11734 North 15th Street (14th Street And Fletcher) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that GERALD E SELL 116980 the holder of the following certificate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance the description of the property, and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 092041.0175 File No.: 2012-756 Certificate No.: 201793-()9 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: 291 FT OF N Y.! OF SE 14 OF SE 14 LESS N 488 FT AND LESS S 12 FTTHEREOF LESS AD--N 15FT OF S 27 FT OF N Y, OF SE 14 OF SE 14 LESS E 291 FT THEREOF SEC TWP RGE: 12.-29-22 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) i n which assessed : GREGORY A. BUMGARNER Said property being in the County of Hillsborough, State of Florida Unless such certificate shall be redeemed accord ing to law, the property described in such certificate shall be sold to the highest bidder at the Jury Auditorium 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of October. 2012. at 10:00 A.M (NOTICE: Please call {813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this day ol Aooust. 2012 PAT FRANK Cieri( Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Aorida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Cieri( If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you to the provision of certain assistance. Please c;ontact the Clerk' s ADA Coordinator, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida, (813) 276-8100 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is if you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. APTS. FOR RENT St. Pete Beach 1 Bedroom/1 Bath New Paint/Tile, A/C $650.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Small Pet OK Beach 2 Minutes Away (813) 949-3482 Now Leasing Cinnamon Cove Apartments $199.00 Move-In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms Available Now For Immediate Move Section 8 Welcome Se Habla Espanol Contact Us At (813) 971-5254 NOTICEOFAPPUCATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that MACWCP II LLC 117913 the holder of the following cert i ficate has filed said certificate for a tax deed to be issued thereon The certificate number and year of issuance, the descript ion of the property and the names in which it was assessed are as follows : Folio No.: 047870 2038 File No.: 2012-757 Certificate No .: 191023 09 Year of Issuance : 2009 Description of Property: SANSON PARK UNIT NO. 4 LOT 19 BLOCK 1 PLAT BOOK/PAGE: 46/44 SEC TWP RGE: 36-29-19 SUBJECT TO ALL OUTSTANDING TAXES Name(s) in which assessed : LEE A. JENKINS DOROTHY LOWERY Said property being in the County of Hillsborough State of Florida. Unless such certificate shall be redeemed according to law, the property described i n such certificate shall be sold to the highest b i dder at the Jury Auditorium, 2nd Floor George E Edgecomb Courthouse, 800 East Twiggs Street Tampa, FL 33602 on the 11th day of October. 2012 at 10;00 A.M. (NOTICE: Please call (813) 276 8100 ext. 4809 to verify sale location). Dated this 2!th day of August, 2012 PAT FRANK Cieri( Of The Circuit Court Hillsborough County, Florida OCTAVIA JARNEGAN Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation In order to participate In this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the Clerk s ADA Coordinator, 601 E Kennedy Blvd. Tampa Florida (813) 276-81 00 extension 4205, two (2) working days prior to the date the service Is needed; If you are hearing or voice Impaired, call 711. North Tampa And Temple Terrace 2 And 3 Bedrooms From $750.00 WDH 0 Deposit No Application Fee Section 8 Vouchers Welcome 813-915-9787 1411 & 1413 E. Mohawk Newly Remodeled Courtyard Apartments 2 Bedrooms Quiet And Peaceful From $750 00 No Application Fee Section 8 Welcome (813) n4-1044 II Now Hiring The Saddest Stylists Braiders, And Barbers From Surrounding Areas Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas And Polk Count i es Call Alicia @ (813) 28Q-2926 Drivers: Local, Great Pay & Benefits Home Everyday Paid HolidaysNacations 401K COL-A w/X End School Grads Accepted 866-358-3937 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST COURT CLERK I $33,696.00 $24 752 00 COURT CLERK I (DATA) $24,752.00 GENERAL MANAGER I (CODES) (LIMITED DURATION) $46 238.00 MAINTENANCE REPAIR LEADER (HVAC) (NON STANDARD HOURS) (RESTRICTED) $37,897.00 OFFICE ASSISTANT $22,131 00 PROJECT MANAGER Ill (CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS) $67,059.00 See our web site at http://www.hccsb.org or visit our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor, Tampa, FL. Preference in initia l apt. will be given to eligible vets & eligible spouses of vets. AA/EEO Employer Weekly PartTime And Get Your Bills Paid By Us FREE Cable, Internet Cell Phone Electricity $750 00 Cash Or Car Allowance Visit: www.weliketopaybills.com (813) 758-5386 II II APTS. FOR RENT II First Month Free $50.00 Move In Excellent Rental History Required 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Upstairs Apartment With Deck 3625 Potter Street #B Gated Courtyard And Additional Lighted Parking In Rear Of 3623 Potter $585 00/Monthly Includes Water (813) 238-6353 I I DUPLEXES Section 8 Only 0 Deposit $1 00.00 Move-In Special 3 Bedroom/1 Bath CHA, WDH Large Backyard Nice Area Call (813) 789-3879 East Tampa Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block Duplex Laundry Hook-Up $600.00/Monthly Water, Sewage, Garbage Included Call (813) 967-6168 II uThe Voice of Our Community Speaking for Itself, "TT :D 6 !< 0 m -t m 3C aJ m :D """' 1'\,) 0 """' 1'\,) ., r-0 :D 0 m z ::::! z m r-aJ c: rrm ::::! z c: aJ r-c;; :I: m c m < m :D < -t c: m 0 c )lo z c "TT c C) m 1'\,) """' I aJ

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N -0 N m :E w Q. w en > a: LL. c a: LL. c z cr:: c en w :;) w > w c w :1: en ::J m :;) Q. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY hereby issues Public Notice of its intention to receive sealed proposals at the office of the Authority, located at 4201 North Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, Florida, at which time proposals will be opened and publicly read aloud. Sealed proposals are invited for the following: REP #12-13 GOLF CART & GENERAL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE, REPAIR AND SERVICE MANDATORY PREPROPOSAL CONFERENCE: Thursday, September 20, 2012 -1 0:00 A.M. ROCKY POINT GOLF COURSE RFP DUE DATE/TIME: Monday, October 1, 2012 10:00 A.M. A PRE-PROPOSAL WALK-THRU is scheduled for Monday, September 17th through Tuesday September 18th 2012 at the following locat i ons You must contact the Golf Pro at each golf course to schedule an appointment, first. Babe Zaharias Golf Course 11412 Forest Hills Drive Tampa, FL 33614 Rocky Point Golf Course 4151 Dana Shores Drive Tampa, FL 33634 Rogers Park Golf Course 7911 N. 30th Street Tampa, FL 33610 Proposal packages will be available for pickup at the Tampa Sports Authority office after 10:00 am on Thursday, September 6, 2012 and online at www.tampasportsauthority.com. Further details and specifications may be obtained from the office of the Tampa Sports Authority Purchasing Department by calling (813) 350-6500 Extension 6511. The TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY reserves the right to reject any and all proposals to waive irregularities, if any and accept the bid, which in the judgment of the Authority, is determined to be in its best i nterest. Dated at Tampa. Florida this 31m Day of August 2012. Iss/ Jeanette Baker Director of Finance and Administration TAMPA SPORTS AUTHORITY II ROOMS FOR RENT II :;) m _, w z ;:: z w en a: 0 _, LL. m I N N w CJ 1 011 E. Bougainvillea Will Accept 1 Bedroom Voucher Beautiful 2 Bedroom Duplex Quiet, Fenced Yard Section 8 0 Deposit {813) 264-9660 Move-In Special Tampa Heights New 4-Piex 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Central Heat & Air Extremely Nice Section 8 Accepted $800.00/Monthly Call {813) 477-7734 3421 Witter Street 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex CHA WDH $650.00/Monthly $650.00/Deposit Call (813) 728-3860 East Tampa Large 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Concrete Block Duplex Laundry Hook-Up Water, Sewage, Garbage Included Section 8 Accepted Rental References And Background Check Required Call {813) 244-8698 1 Week FREE Rooms For Rent In Quiet Building At 2913 North 15th Street Tampa Stop By Or Call Henry {813) 727-Q151 1010 East 22nd Avenue Furnished Room New Wood Floors AIC And Cable $350.00/Monthly Includes Utilities Call (813) 209-3289 "LOOK" Special SSI, Fixed Income Big Rooms For Rent Wow Only !!I $375.00/Monthly Includes Cable TV No Deposit (813) 325-6499 $100.00 Move-In Special University Area CHA, Cable, Washer/Dryer Must Be Drug Free & Employed Call {813) 293-1090 5619 East Chelsea Rooms For Rent $1 00.00/Weekly $75.00/Deposit Central Heat And Air Carpet Free Cable Call (813) 361-6227 West Tampa Rooms For Rent Newly Remodeled Full Kitchen, Furnished $80.00-$100.00 Weekly + Deposit Call (813) 476-8748 Home Away From Home Large, Furnished Clean, AIC, Cable Washer/Dryer Available Near Downtown Buslines Male Preferred YOU MUST SEE IT!!! {813) 666-9531 Furnished Rooms For Rent Males Preferred Cable, Central Air Str i ctly No Drug Activity Allowed Must Be Employed Call (813) 965-5931 Gann & Gann Rentals 806 Floribraska Avenue Rooms For Rent $305.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Background Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 {813) 949-8997 Busch Gardens uirge $125.00 Small $110.00 Weekly Plus Deposit Furnished Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benefits No Drugs/Smokers Christian Preferred {813) 466-5003 (727) 709-2789 MLK & 17th PrivateFurnished Room Bath And Entrance All Ut i lities WiFi Included Call {813) 475-8434 Ybor Heights Large Furn i shed Rooms $120 .00-$140 00/Weekly Deposit P l us Security Plus 1 Week Rent Cable TV Laundry Single Drug Free Must Be Employed Call {813) 247-4724 Seffner Room For Rent No Drugs CHA, Share Kitchen And Bath $130.00/Weekly Mr. Austin (813) 362-7618 Miss Sarah (813) 270-4047 Room For Rent In Nice Home 30 Years Of Age & Older Must Have Steady Income $100.00/Weekly $100 00/Deposit Jim {813) 237-1810 Beverly {813) 235-7934 Jeanette(813)230-6776 Large $125.00/Weekly $125 00/Deposit Small $115.00/Weekly $115 00/Deposit Older Adults Preferred Must Be Employed Or Receiving Benefits No Drugs/Kids Allowed 813-431-1310 Busch ardens 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

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,. 2J 6 II AIR CONDITIONING II II BUS. OPS. II II FOR SALE II II JUNK CARS II II LEASE PROPERTY II en m -t m 3: Tarpley's A/C Start Your Small Restaurant I Buy Junk Cars Office Space For Rent OJ m Own Business West Chase Area Up To $500.00 & Up ::0 Sales & Service Prime Location ... New & Used We Specialize In $50,000 .00 Free Pick Up Of Near Interstate And N Financing Available Cell Phone Franchises Will Finance Old Appliances And Metal Downtown 0 ... Car Dealerships Located Near Citrus Mall N Call (813) 238-7884 Call Eric (813) 764-3968 Only $350.00 Per Month Lie #1815130 And Real Estate Includes Utilities Call (813) 280-0588 Call (813) 28Q-0588 For More Details I BUY JUNK CARS.COM Call 813 417-6654 Today!! If Interested Top Dollar For APPLIANCE REPAIRS II FORECLOSURE II Trucks, Vans And Cars Barbershop/Church II II With Or Without Title Office Space For Rent CONTRACTING Running Or Not 24/7 A Country Boy's 804 East Floribraska Real Estate Wanted: Call (813) 344-4444 Consultation $400.00/Monthly 3809 North 29th Street Looking For Estimates I Buy Houses CASH! 1 Large Room Eugene (813) 85Q-1643 From Sub-Contractors Quick Sale -Fair Price Need Money? Partially Furnished Appointment Only For Upcoming Job We Pay Top Dollar Background Check 813-419-0354 Servicing: Ice Machines, Mention Code: S1 For All Cars Call (813) 229-8696 AIC, Heat And Please Contact We Pay More For VS's (813) 373-2515 Refrigerators, Stoves Mr. Edwards Trucks And Vans (813) 949-8997 Is Your Home ,. Washers, Dryers (410) 466-2630 Or r (443) 472-1699 In Foreclosure? Call (813) 77Q-7188 0 $45.00Service Call II II Are You Or Someone Now !I LEGAL c All Work Guaranteed ,.. II II You Know Facing en DNA TESTING The Threat Of Foreclosure? We Pay "T"OP" $CASH$ m Up To $1 ,500.00 z II II No Equity Or Value Property Owners -t ATTORNEY z In Your Home? For Cars, Trucks, And Managers m Paternity Test Save Time And Money r Unable To Refinance? Vans, Motorcycles OJ We Come To You! Running Or Not Exclusively Yours c: Filing Bankruptcy I Can Help r With Or Without Title Professional Services r Chapter 7 Or 13? Results In 3 Days Contact Me Today m 24/7 -t Legal Or Personal Testing (813) 28Q-0588 Is A One Stop, Affordable z $500.00 And Up Payment Plans {813) 695-2438 And Professional Eviction Service c: Call Attorney 24-Hour Service OJ II II We Prepare And File r Roderick 0. Ford Monday Saturday HAULING We Buy c;; (813) 223-1200 Unwanted Vehicles All Required Paperwork J: DLM-DNA Needed For A Legal m www.fordlaw.org c Testing Services All Junk Removal With Or Without Title And Speedy Evict ion. m < (813} 928-2753 Any Condition Make Or Model m African American Workers Furniture Tree Debris Call {813) 325-1652 ::0 Compensation Attorney www.dlmservicesusa.com We Pay Up To $20,000.00 For Additional -< Construction Garbage -t Now Servicing And Offer Free Towing Information And Fees c: Or Anything Else m Job Injury? Nationwide -Non-Attorney en No Job Too Big Or Small Call Omar c Call Attorney 1-888-651-5777 Fast And Reasonable (813) 516-0847 Roderick 0. Ford II II )> (813) 223-1200 (813) 285-4674 MOVERS z II DELIVERY SERVICE I I c www.fordlaw.org II II ., LAWN SERVICE ::0 c II II Quick Affordable Movers II II JUNK CARS BEDS FOR SALE Business To Business "We Do Best For Less" Need To Move In A Hurry? Delivery Service Hourly Rates Beds We Buy Junk Cars MAC DADDY Lawn Service Cheapest Prices In Town Cheapest Prices In Town And Trucks Complete Clean-Up Professional, Courteous Bunk Beds $200.00 Based On Mileage Professional Courteous CALL J.R. We Haul: Debris, Limbs Experienced Twin $60.00 And Furniture Experienced {813) 966-3501 Call (813) 965-6312 Full $65.00 Call {813) 965-6312 Phone (813) 245-9761 For A Quote Queen $75.00 Junk Cars For A Quote King $100.00 & Up We Buy Junk Cars, Call (813) 310-0991 Trucks And Vans II FOR RENT II Call (813} 784-8339 BLICATION DEADLINES Edition-Thursday@ 12:00 P.M. CASH -4l.Js <:::> .... t. Office For Rent Friday Edition Monday @ 12:00'P.M. <::> .... Fac::e-b<:.c>k 7730 Palm River Road For Cars, Trucks And Vans Free Hauling CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE 8. Clean And Bright Lost Title OK Fc.;llllle>w c::>...,. -.-""" i't.te-.... .A. t A/C, Utilities Included $10.00 1-20 Words And 60$ For Each No Lease -No Deposit Call (813) 626-5733 Additional Word Over 20 C) m """"'"""""'""""' -twitttll..-,..-_ec:-.e.....,. / Or..-(813) 924-6255 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad N Call (813) 630-1600 God Bless (t.) I OJ

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N ..... 0 N ... II ..... a: w aJ w 1-Q. w en > a: u. I I c a: u. Paralegal Services Divorce Out The Door $125.00 Bankruptcy Chapter 7 $200 00 New Business Incorporation $150.00 Mortgage Modifications $200.00 Payment Plans Ava ilable (813) 516-6964 REAL ESTATE Real Estate Wanted: I Buy Houses CASH! Quick Sale Fair Price 813-419-0354 Mention Code: S2 II c en w :::: 1w > w c w ::1: en :::i m :::: Q. z t= w ..J ..J :::> m ..J w z t= z w en ( S & H Painting Complete Home Repa irs Experienced Carpenters, Roofers Hauling Harvey (813) 463-6492 Insured/Lie# 199701 Woodard Brothers Residential Remodeling Carpentry Room Addit i ons Roofing Drywall Plumb i ng, Ceramic T ile Sidewalks P a t i os And Hauling Call Eli (813) 325-4643 Lie #022650 a: 0 it 1!;;;;;;;11 =s=AL=o=Ns=;;;;;;;;;!l l l Styles By Meisha Hair Specials Quick Weaves $30 00 Braid Styles $25.00 $50.00 Box Plaits, Kinky Twist And Micros $65.00 Senegalese Twist Long Plaits $85 00 And More Call (813) 770-2509 Dominican Stylist $40.00 $20 00 $65.00 Relaxer Wash-N-Set Quick Weave Call Sheila (813) 481-9765 Or (813) 50G-0586 (Shop) Angelique's African Hair Braiding 4707 East Busch Blvd. Between 46th and 48th (813) 988-7037 Micros, Corn Rows Sew-Ins, Dread Locs And Kinky Twist All Micros $85.00 Body Plaits $65.00 Kinky Twists $65.00 Box Plaits $40.00 $55.00 Sew-In Weaves $45.00 Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 Lorraine's African Hair Braiding 12909 North 56th St. #301 Summer SpeCials Micro s $99.00 & Up Sew-In Weave $80 00 & Up (813) 817-8063 www.facebook.com/Jorraine.ma1 Expressions Hair Studio Quick Weave Full Sew -In Basic Sew-In Senegal ese Twist $40 00 $85 00 $50 00 $100.00 {813) 322-4333 Or (813) 30Q-0404 Michelle Stylist Rochelle 5810 North 40th Street (813) 965-0485 Double French Roll Styled $45.00 Feathered Mohawk Invisible Part $50.00 $55 00 Walk-Ins Welcome Specials Styles By Andrea 3125 East 7th Avenue 813-418-9324 Micros Body Plaits Box Plaits Senegalese Twist Sew-Ins $95.00 $100 00 $100 00 $150 00 $75 00 I I I I Fabulous Natural Hair Braiding Shop Micros Kinky Twist Sew-Ins Box Plaits Stuff Twist $99 00 $85.00 $55.00 $85.00 $45.00 Call Kina 813 359-3098 SPIRITUALIST Sister Grace 1907 East Fletcher Palm, Card Reader Spiritual Cleansing Removes Bad Luck Evil Spells Restores Lost Nature Advise On Love/Marriage Health And Business Special Readings $5.00 Phone (813} 506-9239 I I Spiritualist Healer Advisor True Woman Of God Can Help You On Love Marriage Business Sister Maya Can Remove Bad Luck, Evil Sp irits (813) 379-1151 7512 N. Armenia Avenue MOTHER GRIFFIN Offers Special Prayers And Gives Luck! Don't be discouraged if others have failed I can help you overcome bad luck evil influences, spells, unatural conditions surrounding you Has your loved one changed? Are you in distress? Whatever the problem, I can help in one visit. Satisfcation! CALL ME TODAY! 813-677-2971 4927 83rd Street SPIRITUALIST II PAST PRESENT FUTURE [pS)Wceoooce po!rn reud ng ( J..J'C :; r; ''C1 tarot cards psychic reod1n g t..Jo cc"'cei'"9 Coli T oday F o r An Appo intment: 813-315-8 31 0 Angel Physic Reader I Will Bring Back The One You Love Restore Good Luck Remove Evil Influences From Your Life Free Readings 1-n3-799-4755 II WE BUY HOUSES II I Pay Cash In 3 Days For Your House Before I Buy Your House I Can Provide You With : 1. Proof Of Funds : Proving I Have The Cash To Buy Your House. 2. References: Phone Numbers Of People I've Bought Houses From Recently Occupational Llcenu: That I Am A Legit im ate Business Owner. Before You Sell Your House To Some Scrupulous Person Make Sure They Can Offer You The Same Credentials. Some Investors Make False Claims That They Have The Money To Buy Your House But Really Do Not. I Also Encourage You To Consult With Your Attorney Before Selling Me Your House Qr Anyone Else. We Value Our Relationship W i th The Commun i ty And Appreciate The Continued Support Over The Years. I've Helped Hundreds Of People Get Cash Fast For The i r House S i nce August 2000. I'm Here To Help You And Will Not Let You Down Call Me For A Free Consultation: Kenny Rushing, President Rehabber' s Superstore, Inc. 813 675 7040 Ext.11 YARD SALE FLEA MARKET Space Available 7730 Palm River Road Yard Sale Saturday And Sunday 8:00 a.m. Until Flea Market Thursday Sunday 10 : 00 a .m. 6:00 p.m. Call (813) 630-1600


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