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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area SEE PAGE 4 A VOL. 68 NO. 12 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 2012 48 PAGES 75 Coalition To Host 'Obama Rallv And Car Show' SEE PAGE 3-A Central CiiV CA oners Swim Classes For Children SEE PAGE 3-A Families Need Help To Find Missing Teens SEE PAGE 11-A USF BlACK FACUlTY AND STAFF ASSOCIATION HO.STS ANNUAl WElCOME BREAKFAST Last week, the Black Faculty and Staff Association at the University of South Florida hosted their Annual Welcome Breakfast. The event was held at the Marshall Center Ballroom on campus. After breakfast, the Black Faculty and Staff Association pre sented a scholarship to Ms. Latoya Edwards, and Longevity Awards to Dr. Richard and Dr. Diane Briscoe. Among those attend ing the breakfast were from left to right: Dr. Samuel L. Wright, Sr., Ruby Jackson, Aletha Neal, Marilyn Washington, Regina Gainey, Easter Curry, Dr. Brenda L. Walker, and Evelyne Keeton. Shown ori the back row are: Shelto n Gilyard, Dr. Sharman McRae, Dr. Richard Briscoe, Dr. Diane Briscoe, Shirley Boyd, Wanda Mundy, and Dr. Ted Williams.


N c; Feature N aS N a: w m :E w tQ. The ling's Men Tour Stars Four Gospel legends BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor A gospel show of historic proportions will feature four C( legendary gospel cons at the University of South Florida LL Sundome on Tuesday, October 2. The King's Men Tour fea tures Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp; Donnie McClurkin, and Israel Houghton, four power houses of gospel, who began touring on September 16th in Phoenix, Arizona. It will con. clude October 14th, in Brook lyn, New York. Each brings his own unique style. However, they have been able to join forces to present a show that promises to be unlike any other. Now, for the first time ever The King's Men will bring all of their collective and inspirational talents together o for gospel, R&B and pop music a: fans across the country LL "This is a historic and in spirational event This is a c( show that does not compro mise and provides much en 0 tertainment as it blends the m music I'm very proud of this ::l relationship and I expect it to tbe a new groundbreaking plat form for inspirational enter tainment," Kirk Frank-lin W said in a telephone interview. 0 At 42, Franklin estab lished himself more than two 0 decades ago and has become a multi-platinum-selling artist ::l known for his ability to merge Q. gospel and contemporary Z music together. He is credited lu with bringing audiences across :1 gospel, hip-hop, pop and R&B ::l together. He is best known for D founding God's Property and uj Kirk Franklin and the Family. Z He became involved in t= z w U) c( 0 if 0 _, LL c( I N w Service Support ....., from the beglno ling to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hlp Pain L.8g Pain 'D'anspor'latlon Available Medical ca .. Provided The King's Men Tour includes Kirk Franklin, Marvin Sapp, Donnie McClurkin, and Israel Houghton. The King's Men Tour will visit Tampa on Tuesday, October 2, 2012. church at an early age and re ceived his first contract at 7, but his aunt turned it down. By the time Franklin was 11, he was the music director of the adult choir at his church. years later, one of hi s compo sitions found its wa y to Tampa's own Milton Biggham. He recorded his song, "Every Day With Jesus," and Biggham hired him to lead the Gospel Workshop of America at the age of 20. Toda y his faith is his ther ap y and his life is still a jour ney "You learn, you grow you stumble you fall. It is all a part of the process." Married and the father of 4 Franklin said he has a great support system and he keeps things in their proper place. He is also the host and ex ecutive producer of the gospel talent show "Sunday Best," the highest-rated gospel pro gram in BET network history now heading into its fifth sea son. Marvin Sapp debuted in 1996 and has been on the move since that time. He made history with his seventh album, Here I Am, which was the all-time highest chart ing gospel album in Billboard history. Donnie McClurkin has said he may stop making music at any moment to con centrate on the ministry. How ever, year after year, he continues to spread the word through his music. Born in 1959, McClurkin was encouraged at an early age by the legendary Andrae Crouch. Fighting through a rough home life and a battle with cancer, McClurkin was eventually discovered and recorded a solo album. After an appearance on Oprah Winfrey's top-rated television show, his career was hom. Israel Houghton is the fourth member of the King's Men Tour. Houghton is known by thousands for his day job as a worship leader at Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. In 1997, he released his debut album Whisper It Loud, and has been p e rform ing sinc e that tim e He rebelled as a teenager and began getting into trouble. It was then that his adopted mother arranged an audition at a Youth Conservatory and he was accepted. However his trouble was not over. His girlfriend s preg nancy and behavior problems led to his expulsion, "and rightfully so, he said. Franklin said he found his mother dead in her bed and that had a profound eff ect on his life. God gave me the gift of songwriting and i t slowed me down. Music kept me alive," he said. Voter Registration Drives Planned Franklin said he returned to church after his friend died of a gunshot wound. A few He said people began con necting to his music and a church invested $5,000 for him to record "Why We Sing." The Rorlda Law States That You May Be Entitled To $10,000 For Loss Wages And Medical Care (PIP lnewance The Single Adult Ministry at First Baptist Church of Col lege is holding a Voter's Regis tration Drive The church is located at 3838 N 29th Street, Tampa. This is a community-wide event So, please help to get the word out for anyone who is not registered to vote and/or any one who needs to update his or her name or address. For those members of .our community who need to have his or her rights restored, please go online to www.flre or call 1-800-435-8286. Registration times and dates are: 10j1; 10/3; 10/4; 10/5 and 1oj8 between the hours of 12 p m. -4 p. m. and 6p. m. -8p. m. On Saturday, 10/6/12, reg istration time is 10 a m. -1 p. m. For more information, please call Sherna Blair Rich at 813-650-6552. Pastor Evan S. Burrows, Senior Pastor. Representatives of Chi Up silon Sigma Sorority, Inc., will host a Voter Registration Drive at Marshall Center, 4202 E. Fowler Avenue, on the Campus of the University of South Florida from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m., on Friday, Septem ber28. The Tampa Bay Chapter National Coalition of 100 Black Women will host a Voter Reg istration Drive; 4902 N. 22nd St., on Septem ber 29, from 9 a.m. until1 p.m. The Martin Luther King, Jr., Recreation Center, 1601 E. Dr. in Plant City, will host a Voter Registration Drive on Saturday, September 29, from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The Hillsborough County Concerned Citizens Coalition will host a Voter Registration Drive at Ragan Park, 1200 E. Lake Avenue, on Sunday, September 30, from 2 p.m. untilsp.m. A Voter Registration Drive will take place on Monday, October 1, from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m., South County Ca reer Center; 2810 John Sher man Way; in Ruskin. Rose Harbor Apartments, 11927 Rose Harbor Drive in Tampa will host a Voter Regis tration Drive from 9 a.m. untilu a.m., on Monday, October1.


Features central Citv YMCA oners .Swim Classes For Infants And Toddlers BYTAMECAJOHNSON Freelance Writer The Central City Family Y. M. C. A. is committed to teaching infants and toddlers how to swim by expanding a program currently being offered at other Y. M. C. A locations across the area The program provides swim lessons for children ages six months to three years old. It' s part of a ten lesson course that pairs the child with their parent "We want them to get the maximum learning in that time period, says Jhonda Johnston, one of the instructors of the class. Most participants say the class is fantastic. We've had children who came in not knowing how to swim, and then began swimming four to five feet across the pool on their own by the end of the session. The parents serve as their child s partner in the pool, assisting in floating and other life saving techniques. Johnston worked to expand the program to the Central City Y after interacting with elementary school students during the Y. M. C. A's recent summer camp. "Some of the kids had never been in a pool before, so we started teaching them lessons. They learned so quickly and they were good at it! I think it's a travesty to put a child in a pool with life vest. There's this idea that we as a people dQn't swim. There s no reason for that!" Johnston joined the Tampa Y. M. C. A. division nearly a year ago. She has 35 years experience, including time spent teaching swimming at Vanderbilt University. The classes are offered dur ing the spring, summer and fall months. Prices range from $75 to $105 and scholar ships are available. For more information, call (813) 229 9622. Task Force Addresses Sex Tranickinu 01 Minors BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Earlier this week ; a concerned citizen called about children being forced into prostitupon. The caller stated that it was a much talked about issue in the community. Detective Mike Victor of the Tampa Police Department confirmed there is a problem nationally, and "In our own communities. People don't realize it, but it is an issue throughout the United States The p 'roblem was first noticed in this area in 2008. The following year in 2009, the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) created the Central Florida Crimes Against Children Task Force. Its members are the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Tal]lpa Police Department, the' Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office, and the MBI (Metropolitan Bureau of Investigations). Detective Victor said so far, the Task Force has died more than 60 cases. "The victims range from 12 to 17 and many of them are runaways or children in foster care. They are recruited through social media such as Facebook, the Internet, and other social networks Detective Victor said some are forced into prostitu tion by romantic involvement or by violence. Some of the victims have been taken off the street and transported to other cities such as Orlando. "The pimps move them back and forth between Tampa, Orlando, and Miami. In some cases, some of the juveniles are given drugs to keep them going. People don t realize it, but no one is exempt. This is happening in our own backyards. But we are making progress." He stated that although some of the girls are runaways, some are from good homes or even at school. He also said that it doesn't just stop with girls. Detective Victor said par ents must be diligent in moni toring who their kids are talking to, especially on the Internet. He also said parents and guardians should be espe cially wary of modeling agen. cies, photographers, and entertainment agencies that promise large sums of money. The Central Florida Crimes Against Children Task Force primarily handles domestic cases, but they also work in conjunction with the Clearwater Task Force On Human Trafficking, which also handles international cases. "We have great support from the State Attorney's Office and the U. S. Attorney's Office. Our reward comes when we can bring these girls home and those who have taken advantage of them. Detective Victor said People can call the FBI Office at (813) 253-1000 24 hours a day to file complaints and can remain anonymous. ::D 6 Coalition To Host 'Obama Rallv And Car Short i BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Sunday, September 30th, members of the Hillsborough County Concerned Citizens Coalition will host an "Obama Rally And Car Show" The event will take place from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., at Ragan Park, 1200 E. Lake Avenue. Marvin Knight, one of the founders of the organization. He said the event is planned to bring different factions of the community together for a common purpose..He is inviting members of the community to come out and enjoy an afternoon of fun fellowship, and relaxation. Planned as a family-oriented event, the rally will have activities for the entire family. Additionally, there will be free food and free entertainment. "We are inviting everyone to come out and show support and solidarity. It's time for us to show that we are concerned about the direction this country is head ed and show that we need to keep President (Barack) Obama in office. It is very important for us MARVIN KNIGHT to realize that we join together rather than allow petty things to divide us. The time has come for us to support each other, look out for our fellowman and give back to the community. He further stated that in addition to the food and entertainment, a Voter Registration drive will take place. Anyone who is not reg istered can do so at the event. Anyone who needs to change his or her voting information can also do that as well. "We are going to make sure that our vote is respected and that it is counted, Knight said. During the Democratic ::D National Convention, President Obama shared his story of humble beginnings. Knight said there are many who can identify with the story of the President. However, through education, and helping each other, many were able to have a better life. He said the time has come for those who have succeeded to give back to the community and help others. He further said that the Hillsborough County Concerned Citizens Coalition is not about any one group of people. It is about anyone who lives in Hillsborough County and who wants to improve the quality of life. "If we can come together from county to county, state to state, then we can make the re-election of President Obama a reality Kim Baker, another mem0 ber of Hillsborough County :!! Concerned Citizens Coalition C said, "We would like to invite : you and your family out to m Ragan Park this Sunday afternoon for our Voter Z Registration rally It will be a m fun-filled day with lots of entertainment and free food m for all." ? r m :::! z "'0 FREE CASE EVALUATION c m r-c;; ::J: m 0 m < CALL US TODAY! (813) 471-4444 Frank Marsalis i Managing Attometl m ::D < -t c m C/) c ,.. z c


iij Features co N a: w m ::e w li: W U) c Drop Panv Hostess Sentenced To 2-1/2 Years In Federal Prison BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor ii: Last year, as cases of tax LL fraud reached epidemic proto the United States government and identity theft. She pleaded guilty on May 29,2012 rant at the home of Ms. Ralph. During the search, police recovered $31,387 in cash, approximately 42 reloadable debit cards, two laptop computers, and approximately 12 handwritten ledgers. portions in the Tampa Bay area, law enforcement formed a multi-agency task force. Through investigations, sev eral people were arrested and Ms. Ralph was also ordered to pay ARSWAYA charged with tax fraud. $273,254 in RALPH The ledgers contained numerous names, dates of birth, social security numbers, of individuals. It also contained personal identifica tion numbers for online tax filing services, and other financial information, that included bank account and routing numbers ...I w z ;:::: z w U) Ill( c a: 0 ...I LL On Tuesday, one of those individuals identified by law eJ;J.forcement as a hostess, was sentenced. U S District Judge Mary S. Scriven sentenced Ms. Arswaya Ralph, 33, of Riverview, to 28 months (2 years, 6 months) in federal prison. She was charged with presenting a false tax return restitution, of which approximately $105,280 has been recovered. Additionally, she has been ordered to forfeit a 2010 Buick Lacrosse, televisions, computers, jewelry, and other luxury items. According to the plea agree ment, last June, law enforce ment executed a search war t'wVt7* The investigation also revealed that Ms. Ralph attended and hosted "Drop Parties during which she and others electronically filed fraudulent income tax returns simultaneously. Ms. Ralph admitted that she filed the fraudulent tax returns using the names and personal identification of other people. During a search of her laptop computer, police discovered about 65 fraudu lent tax returns for the 2010 tax year. The false claims resulted in an intended loss of $467,781. CALDONIA'S BBQ RESTAURANT 3701 E. Dr. MLK Blvd Wednesday, October 3rd 7 p.m. Until *Food, Fun & UVflly 0/sCU$$1011 Candy Lowe (813) Or Jarvis El-Amin (813) 727-6652 TABLES $1,000 (Table Seats 8) TICKETS -$75 Special Greetings Bob Buckhorn Mayor of Tampa Nehemiah Community Builders Award Wlnnen .1992-1995. Fred B Karl Sol Davi8 Printing John & Susan Syka Honorol>k Jim Davi8 Florida &trtine/ Bllilettn Alex Sbtk & Bill McBrlt:k HOIIOI'able Sandy Frwdmon HOitOI'tiiJk J(lllt6$ Hargrett Jr Honorable 1Aley and Gwendolyn Miller i N i C T H : E 'Q,N ,. : !: ; ; : :' -.} : -Fn1'bl!'tJtin., nurf, ( I a:. ,fl: a ,.,, : eura.:lfla; our vas'l Hyatt RegencyDowntown Tampa 211 N. Tampa St. Tampa, FL 33602 October 9, 2012 Luncheon Starts at 11:30 a.m. Doors open at 11:00 a.m. The Corporatiolt to DeYelop CornmtJlities dTampa. Inc. (ax: dTampa, Inc. formerty Lee Dallis NeWJborhood Delielopment Corporation) was irlcxlrporated May 5, 1992, for the pcMrty and physical detmoration in East Tampa Cormutil.y. This commurity 001151istif8 d mMV plasued with dilapidated, Ollei'CIOW'd ed housirf8, and hi8h rates d pc:M!f\y, teen pU!8JiliiiC'/, sdlool

E:ditnrials Columns a! (USPS 202140) scandalous road. en 2207 21st Avenue Tampa Florida 33605 (813) 248-1921 This goes for married couples m Published Every Tuesday and Friday By as well. If you're not happy, eiFLORIDA SENTINEL BULLETIN PUBLISHING Co. ther get counseling or leave. m Member of National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) 3: POSTMASTER: Send Address Change To: Florida Sentinel Bulletin, P.O. Box 3363 Tampa, FL 33601 Periodical Postage Paid A t Tampa FL C. Blythe Andrews 1901n (1945) C. Blythe Andrews, Jr. 1930.2010 (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 Subscriptlons-$44.()()-6 Months Both Edit i ons: $87.QO-Per Year Both Editions. Opinions expressed on editorial pages of this newspaper by Columnists or Guest Writers do not necessarily reflect the editorial stance of The Florida Sentinel Bu lletin or the Publisher. !Scon And Teachers: Trust But veritvl E ileen Segal, President of the Florida PTA was quoted saying she was "willing to trust Governor Rick Scott, but was waiting to see what he did." No doubt, she was talking about the on-going struggle between Scott and state teach ers. However, Segal's comment reminded us of a statement made years ago by former President, Ronald Reagan, who was fond of using the Siberian motto, "Trust, but verify." Of course, we all know what that means. It means "I trust you, but I don't trust you." Now, what would make Florida teachers feel that way about Governor Scott? Another comment by Segal was, "we're watching," reminds us of another statement used in the Black community. That statement, "He bears watching," recalls what many teachers thought about Scott after his $71 million dog and pony show down a prim-rose path that could only be de scribed as his answer to the Yellow Brick Road. However, Florida teachers were not Dorothy, and no mat ter how hard he tried to disguise himself, Rick Scott was not the Wizard. So, despite the fact, Scott seems in love with charter schools and vouchers for private schools; despite the fact he slashed an education budget by more than a billion dollars, and notwithstanding the fact he blithely rescinded tenure for new K-12 teachers, blindly binding their pay to student per formance, Governor Scott is out to prove to teachers that he is a nice guy. Should Florida teachers buy it? We suggest, "TRUST, BUT VERIFY!" The Republican Conspiracv I S we call it a "coup d'etat," a French phrase, which m summary means, "a take-over of the state?" We haven't decided if Republicans believe most voters are fools and are easily led, or are convinced voters have the memories of horse-flies, or simply say, "To heck with the 47 percent; let!sjust do whatever we want to do?" Then again, it could be Republicans assume most voters just don't bother to check how state legislators and Congres sional representatives vote on issues, or that we voters refrain from following up on the facts behind certain candidates' fabulously fabricated campaign claims. In other words, why else would Republicans launch a natio:nwide effort to file suit against the Obama administra tion's healthcare plan, which is nearly identical to the one Mitt Romney devised? Neither have we forgotten the large number of Republi can governors (Gov. Scott in the mix) who joyously refused to accept Obama's stimulus money, which would have cre atedjobs and provided sorely needed health care for countless Americans. Did they think voters would not discover Republican congressional representatives voted against the Jobs For Amer icans Act? And then there's the attack on state Supreme Court jus tices launched by Republican governors from both Iowa and Florida. The questions remain, "Are we voters sheep to be herded from one pasture to another pasture? Or are we men and women with minds and memories? What shall it be: mice or men? Sheep or free? The Death OllViDU I don't exactly remember when I decided iliat honesty was the best policy when it came to relationships. But, I believe it was after I unknow ingly became briefly involved wiili a married woman. I seriously had no idea she was hitched. When we met in side of a club one night years ago, I assumed she was fair game. Besides, when I asked, she told me iliat she was preparing to exit her current relation ship. So, as far as I was con cerned, she was good to go. It was only after we hung out a few times did she finally reveal to me her situation. And even ilien, she didn't do it vol untarily. I happened to see a picture of a guy rocked up like Evander Holyfield on her car's dashboard. When I inquired about it, she reluctantly de cided to inform me that the hulk staring back at me from the photo was not only her husband, but that he was a professim:ial fighter who was still crazy about her. At that moment, while I nervously looked around to make sure I wasn't about to be ambushed by the "husbandnator," it occurred to me that I If you can understand iliis, then congratulations you are no longer in the stone ages, you are technically text-savvy, and you may also be ilie victim of an ever advancing society. Yes, it is both good and bad news. Communication, for lack of a better word, is ilie key. It sounds cliche, but it's true. You've seen Oprah and Steve Harvey and some of iliose oilier relationship gurus. They are always saying how impor tant communication is, wheilier it's in a relationship, a friendship, or between parents and their kids. Communica tion is what binds us and di vides us. Social media for exam ple, cell phones, texting, blog ging, etc., has made us extremely eager to exercise our First Amendment Right. We have placed a whole new meaning on the phrase "it's not what you say, it's how you say it," because there are so many options and devices for us to pick up and say whatever was on the other side of the equation. Instead of a woman finding out that she and I weren't an exclusive item, I was the one being blindsided. I really didn't care about ilie fact iliat she had a man. It was ilie fact iliat she didn't tell me this from the beginning that had me heated. The only thing I could think about was having ilie misfortune of run ning across this steroid mon ster after he knew what was going on and I was still in ilie dark. I could have been broken into hundreds of pieces, hospitalized and, more than likely, in need of a good oriliodontist. Right then I knew I was done. The lies, half-truilis and games men and women play with each oilier, I was ilirough wiili it all. From iliat point on it was all about full disclosure. I would give as much as I de manded. It only seemed fair. I mean, we all deserve to know what we're getting into don't we? If iliere's a husband, wife, live-in boyfriend, girlfriend etc., somewhere in ilie picture, it only makes sense for iliat in formation to be shared. Give ilie new person an opportunity to decide wheilier or not he or is on our minds. This has me iliinking: could our advancements also be our disadvantage? How many phone numbers do you have committed to memory? (9-1-1 doesn't count). When was the last time you used a phone book? What about a road map or a dictionary? Do you see where I'm going wiili iliis? All we have to do is click our 'contacts' button on our cell phone and find the name of the person we want to call. There is no memory required. We no longer need maps be cause Map Quest and GPS's lead us to our destinations, and who needs a dictionary when there is ilie spell check option (hallelujah). Now iliat I have your atten tion, consider iliis: is it possi ble iliat technology is not only giving us more, but also taking more away, (i.e. our intellect)? We now have digital art, pen cils are being replaced with keyboards, books with kindles and maybe the English lan guage as we know it will someThe person you marry is m supposed to be your best m friend. Double-crossing iliem :::0 is about as low as you can go. To me, it seems only right to, at least, have ilie decency to tell them it's not working before taking your talents to Souili Beach. Women like ilie one I had the unfortunate experience wiili, make men like myself re luctant to invest in ilie kind of diamond rings iliat symbolize long-term commitment. The idea of being ilie clueless sap busting his hump at work while his wife is at home play ing rock ilie boat wiili the neighborhood maintenance man, is ilie kind of scenario most men try to avoid at all cost. Of course, I know iliat put ting an end to all lying between ilie sexes and expecting people to stop creeping on their spouses is super idealistic. But iliere's no doubt in my mind iliat it would go a long way to wards keeping jail cells empty and plenty of emergency room bed space available Anyone wanting to oontact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Marianna, FL 324477007. Reality On Ice is by the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Company. r 0 :::0 6 ,.. en m z :::! z m r m c: r r !!J z c: m r c;; day be altered. ::J: (Just ilie oilier day my daughter said she was writing m a paper for class and she mistakenly wrote a word in text!? Yes, you heard correctly, she wrote in text! She replaced ilie c! word are with just ilie letter rn 'r'). C Is technology making us less intelligent? What will be,.. come of us as a race of people? Z What legacy or clues will we C leave to determine our exisa! tence? The Egyptians told c ilieir tales iliroughhieroglyphs and tombs; ilie Incas and Mayans left cities and well crafted tools. What about us? Well, I'm not so sure that iliere will be any tombs of gold or elaborate cities left behind for oiliers to determine how we lived. I believe iliat iliose who come after us are most likely to dig up computers, IP ADS, notebooks and cell phones; all displaying noiliing but a single colorful word on ilie screens. And from iliis, iliey will conclude iliat we were only a people who sought information and answers from a higher power, whose name was ... GOOGLE. (Moral: what consumes you for ilie moment may be what devours you in ilie end) Chambee Smith G') www.chambeesmith.com m U1 The1autbor.me@waiJ.com >


Six Pres. Obama, Romnev Release Ads Targeting Working-Class Voters en c a: u. PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA CHICAGO The presiden tial candidates are criticizing each other in new television commercials aimed at win ning working-class voters who could help swing the election, pitting Republican Mitt Romney's wealth against the loss of American jobs to China on President Barack Obama's watches. As Romney dispatched running mate Paul Ryan to kick off a three-day bus tour in the critical battleground of Ohio, Pres. Obama began running an ad in the state trying to use his GOP rival's own words against him It's the campaign's first spot using Romney's com ments that 47 percent of voters pay no income tax, and believe they are victims and entitled to government assis tance. The 30-second ad also points out that Romney paid just 14.1 percent in federal taxes last year on $13.7 mil lion in income and refuses to release his returns before 2010 c a: u. c z c( Not Surprising: Republicans Look For Voter Fraud, But Find Linle > DENVER -Republican en election officials who promised to root out voter 1fraud so far are finding little 1;: evidence of a widespread w problem [ij State officials in key presi C dential battleground states w have found just a tin y fraction of the illegal voters they ini :::i tially suspected. CD Searches of voter lists in K crucial swing states from z Colorado and Florida have j: yielded numbers of ineligible w _, _, CD voters that amount to less than one -t enth of 1 percent of all registered voters in either state. Democrats argue that the searches waste time and, worse, could disenfranchise eligible voters who are swept up in the checks. Republicans contend that voting fraud is no small affair even if there are few case s, especially when some elec tions are decided by hundreds of votes. South Carolina Voter 10 Gets Judges' Scrutinv WASHINGTON South Carolina is in federal court arguing that its new law requiring people prove their identity at the polls won't make voting so tough that it reduces turnout of AfricanAmericans, Hispanics and other minorities. A federal panel is to determine whether South Carolina's voter identification law violates the Voting Rights Act by putting heavy burdens on minorities who don't have the identification. Last December, the Justice Department refused to allow South Carolina to require the photo IDs, saying doing so would reverse the voting gains of the states' minorities. Closing arguments in the case which went to trial in August and included several state officials as witnesses were scheduled for Monday. South Carolina has said it would implement the law immediately if the threejudge panel upholds it, although a decision either way is likely to be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. l Cb' firm is rated A 'I' by Mtmdale-Hubbel, the highest ra/iiYJ fa legti abliy and elhical standald worfdMde. W ria 6lw)w is an lmpott.art ded$/on that lhtx*1 nt:X be besed adwrllsments Cl Beblt .1CJU decide, aslc tha ln)W to and )'011 he wrftln kA:tlllltiott about lhei" QllllicafioiiS and experience. f Poll: Latino Voter Enthusiasm Rising, Marking Possible Bad News For Romnev So far, polling has shown President Obama is suf fering from an enthusiasm gap among his constituency compared to the GOP. But recent polls show this may be changing, particularly ainong Latino voters An ImpreMedia/Latino DeciSions 2012 tracking poll released Monday, shows 83 percent of Latino registered voters report being somewhat or very enthusiastic about voting in the November election. Additionally, 46 percent of Latinos overall are more enthusiastic this year, compared with only 29 percent reporting greater enthusiasm four years ago. "The trend is not within the margin of error," says Latino Decisions principal and Stanford University pro fessor and political scientist, Gary Segura. "It's a trend towards solidifying support and enthusiasm for the pres ident." u. s. Anornets OHice Joins 'Medicine Abuse Proiecr U.S. Attorney Robert E. O'Neill recently announced that the Middle District of Florida has joined the U. S. Attorneys' Community in a multi-year campaign to promote the Partnership at Drugfree.org 's Medicine Abuse Project. The program began on September 23. The Middle District of Florida (MDFL) is supporting local law enforcement and community partners in coordinating a campaign which aims to curb the abuse of medicine, while encourag ing parents and the public to take action A primary focus of the initiative will be to ATIORNEY ROBERT E. O'NEILL educate communities about the dangers of abusing prescription and over-thecounter medicines. WARREN DAWSON 221-1800 1481 Taua Park Plaza @ raua Ave. & scott St. .( --; : J J : ........ :: ':"' :::--:" :w: ": : w :J.: :: y":" j:.c <....,: .. c. : r'.:: : ::: :c ... : ,: .. ;: .. ': "':: : .. .::: .' ':: :'"' : .. : (t:: :"':


Local "TI :::u c en m Po,lice Dispatcher Recognized For Savino Child's lite think she deserves to be and should BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor It was shortly before 5 p.m. when Ms. Tiffany Davis called 9-1-1. She had discovered that her two-year-old son had fallen into the pool and was n't breathing. Plant City Dispatcher Barbara (B. J.) Forte answered the call. Ms. Forte talked Ms. Davis through the mouth-to-mouth resus citation. When that didn't work, she told Ms. Davis how to transition to chest compressions As she gave in structions Ms. Forte counted along with the distraught and frightened mother. Meanwhile, Ms. Forte dis patched police and fire rescue to the residence. She remained on the line with the mother until Plant City Fire Rescue arrived and began CPR. m be reward for doing the CPR in helping to save the child." A 36-year employee with the de:::u partment's Communications Center, Ms. Forte said she has retired twice, but has been called back into service. She most recently retired N March 10, 2011 and was asked to come back June 23, 2011 because the department did not have a full 11-member Communications staff. On September 17th, Ms. Forte was nominated for the Plant City Po lice Department s LifeSaving Medal. It is the second highest medal that an employee can receiv e Chie Bill McDaniel approved the nomi nation and presented Ms. Forte with the medal on September 20th. When he becomes an adult, it is unlikely that little Eric Runda will remember falling into the family swimming pool. He probably won't remember his ride by ambulance to South Florida Baptist Hospital, and he most likely will never know how frightened his mother was that day. Ms. Barbara (B. J.) Forte is shown with Plant City Police Chief Bill McDaniel. Chief McDaniel recently presented her with a Life-Saving Medal. Ms. Forte said she shares the credit with Chief McDaniel for presenting the award to her and those who supported her "We worked as a team and that had an ef fect my ability to perform I thank everyone in the department for their After arriving at the hospital Eric was stabilized and his condition im proved However the date of September 14, 2012, will always live on in the minds of Ms. Davis, who nearly lost her son, and Ms. Forte, who be came a lifeline for the mother. Plant City Fire Rescue Captain Probst said Beyond a shadow of a doubt, Ms. Forte's actions saved that boy's life." "I still don't feel like I have done anything great. I have handled all types of calls, but this was my first drowning. It just goes to show you never know what you're answering with a: 9-1-1 call so you have to stay alert and prepared. I'm so elated that the baby made it, he has returned home, and every thing worked out. The mom was ex cellent in listening to the instructions I was giving her and I support and for this recognition ;!! She will always remember that 0 day, because she helped save the life of a young child. But, she took it in ,_ stride as part of the job. Ms. Forte m said she had no idea that she had -t_z been nominated for the prestigious Z award. So, when she was chosen, it m was a total surprise. c: r r-gJ Bloomingdale High School Christian D Allen Ashley T. Montgomery z ., the number Jefferson High School U'Kera V. Gadsden c: m r: rJ) % m Evyn S Srown, Justin Williams of Robinson High School have They 're Semi finalists i n the 2013 along with 16 other H illsborough T hat s the m o s t of .any r Semifinalists King High School Tatiana N. Henry, Amber A. Johnson, Desirae J. Vaughn Newsome High School Kirby E. Brennan Plant High School Clarque M. Brown Rob i nson H igh School Evyn S Brown, S haneece R Lane, Justin P. Williams Strawberry Crest High School Mazeed 0. Aro-Lambo Savannah L Bradley, Jordan R. Brown. Ayomikun Loye c m < m -t c: m c ,. z c "TI c


Letter To editor a: w m ::::E w tBlack-Ofticers Not Being Promoted At Tampa Police Department o. Due to the number of m community calls and the dismay of several C( 'can-American Police 9 Officers who stopped by fE the Sentinel office qfter the promotions, the Sen tinel Editorial Boardfelt this letter expressed valid concerns. The City of Tampa has lived through the onset of the millennium. The more things change, the more things stay the same. Another promotion cycle for the Tampa Police Department has passed. Once again, qualified, committed African American police officers have been passed over for promotion. Why do you suppose that is? For Tampa Police officers seeking Corporal up to Lieutenant C levels, testing is required. a: The higher positions of lL. Captain, Major, and Assis tant Chief are acquired c( through appointment. So what happened in C this promotion cycle? f3 Were there no African :::) American officers who >a::t-passed the test with proper scores? Were W there no African Ameri can officers good enough C for promotion to the level of Captain or Major? en The people to ask are :::::i the current leaders. What about it, Chief Castor? D. What about it, Mayor Z Buckhorn? No one is ask ing for unqualified offi ..J cers to be promoted. The S question being asked is, m 'Why are qualified African ..J American officers are not w z being promoted?' __ t= Certainly in this cen ffi tury there cannot be en racial discrimination c( amongst the leadership of Tampa. There needs to be 0 an explanation and ac ..J lL. countability. You may not be able to list the African American contenders by name, but you certainly can assign numbers or alpha designations to protect their identity. Chief Castor, just publish the test results, talk about the remaining criteria. If it is only about test scores, that is simple enough to support the dynamic surfacing in the Tampa Police Department's promotion policy. If there are other issues such as performance records, reprimands, number of arrests, number of citations issued to the public or personality evaluations, then putilish the information. Make public the criteria for Tampa Police officers to achieve any level of promotion. Try this thought, maybe the disappointment of always being overlooked has discouraged the African American officers from taking the tests. Some may have given up on the process that has a continuous history of unfair leadership practices and EEOC complaints. Mayor Buckhorn what is your political position about promotions of qualified African American police officers? Are you concerned about qualified African American police officers in Tampa not being promoted? The Tampa Police Department has trained and developed solid hiw enforcement officers from the myriad of cultures which bless this city. Promotions are motivations for any and all officers to do their best and strive to grow in their careers. This is not about the kind of affirmative action that promotes based on the color of a man or woman' s skin, that position can cause tragedy in the field. As a lifelong resident of Tampa, I have paid attention, watching the lack of growth and the lack of concern for the upward growth of African American police officers employed by the Tampa Police Department. Years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., said, "I have a dream." African American police officers have dreams as well. These officers have done it right. African American police officers with the Tampa Police Department have dreams, which in this day and age arestill being crushed by those who refuse to allow these dreams to come to fruition. Chief Castor and Mayor Buckhorn it is time for you to reve81 the reason there is a lack of African American officer promotions. It is time for you to find the problem and implement the necessary strategies to change this deficit. Remember, management is always responsible. You are responsible for the successful growth or the oppressive retardation of growth of African American police officers in the Tampa Police Department. Why is the Tenth Floor at Police Headquarters always reserved for one African American at the table when the table is big enough for more? Dr. s Evan Blltows, SeniorP81t0r Worship Service limes 7:30am, 10:00am & 12:00pm Analysis Detractors sav Polls That Favor President Obama Are Wrong BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer (An Analysis) Never before in the his tory of politics has an election taken such a vicious tum. Now, it seems that even the media has gotten in volved. In an article that appeared in the Tampa Tribune, it says the latest polls that favor President Obama are not to be taken seriously. Let's put that in the same sandwich as the 47% that Mitt Romney has no love for. Oh yes, let's not forget Mitt Rontney. This is the man who has virtually spent his entire campaign explain ing statements he's made re garding that 47%, his intention to destroy Medi caid, his plan to take away ed ucational opportunities, fix the tax rate to favor million aires, appeal the affordable health care bill, turn back Roe versus Wade, and structure the government into a corporation that will be governed by the 4% that con trol the wealth of this coun try. If you've sat down in front of your television and watched some of the political talk shows, the first thing you should be able to put your fin ger on is that Fox is a Repub lican network The second thing is you have to be careful how much faith you put into what these analysts say. There is a thing called common sense. They don't want you to think. They want to do the thinking for you, and tell you what you need. When a story attacks the Theme: polls because they favor President Obama, you need to wonder why, espe cially since the polls are based on fact, not propaganda. These are opinions of people who have their eyes and ears wide open, and know the real story. President Obama has performed admirably in the face of repeated attacks by the GOP, Tea Party, and bi goted America. He has given the people the facts, told them the truth, and left it up to us to figure it all out. The GOP wants you to be lieve everything they say without checking the facts, because they want you to be lieve the facts are wrong. I believe we are a nation of intelligent people who have evolved tremendously, and I don't believe the majority of Americans see the future of this country through the eyes of Romney and Ryan. We need everyone to step up to the plate. Early voting starts October 27th. Be prepared to stand in line because the ballot is four pages UNITY M.B. 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L)cal 6 Second 'Building Home Buver Takes Pride m Strong Families' In Helping People i Seminar Planned BY LEON B. CREWS homes. Sentinel StaffWriter "They don't know what to The Plant City Christian Center, Inc., will host its second "Building Stron g Families" Seminar on Satur day, September 29th. The sem inar will take place at the Plant City Christian Center, 1214 W. Reynolds Street, Suite, 2, in Plant City. The registration for the seminar will begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the first workshop at 9 a.m. Topics to be discussed includes: D ealing With COJifl i ct," "Managing Finances," and "Identifying What We Have T o G ive Up I n Orde r T o M o v e Forward." Dr. Deborah A. Austin, Attorney D ouglas Granger, and Dr. Pauline M Rivers are the speakers for the Seminar. Dr. D eborah A A ustin is a communications expert and speaker. D r Austin has a Ph.D. in Communications from the University of South Florida. In addition to being a prac ticing attorney, Attorney Granger is a Certified Public Accountant. Dr. Pauline M. Rivers is a leadership consultant and Business Coach. She earned a Ph.D., in Psychology from the University of Florida. The seminar is free, but seating is limited. For addi tional information, contact Dr. Rivers at (813) 759-0260 or by email at ffocpc@aol.com. When it comes to real es tate, T J. H i n e s says you have to know what you're doing and what you're talking about. Hines is the owner of Na tional Home Buyers, and he says they are a national group that buys a lot of distressed properties, and flip them. "We're in the business of helping people, especially those faCing foreclosure. We tell them about the options they have, because we feel the bank doesn't have to foreclose on their home." Hines said they've been in business almos t two years, and have already closed 25 deals. "Hillsboro ugh County is our best inves t ment market, but we also deal in Pinellas and Pasco Counties. We've also made deals in Tallahassee and Jacksonville. We will make deals any place that fits our buying criteria." Hines said his office has been vecy busy lately, because so many people have just given up on trying to save their do," said Hines. N "Tampa is one of the o ..... hottest markets in the state, N and ranked 9th nationally for vacant/ distressed properties." Hines, who graduated from Tampa Catholic High School, said he got started in the business by educating himself "One of my mentors was K e n n y R ushing, and I had been investing in real estate a year before we met. "I taught myself how to buy and sell properties with out money or credit. That comes from a lot of studying about the industry. I consider myself an aspiring ghuru." Hine s said he wants to be the problem solver for people, and he doesn't want to see anyone lose their home. Bishop Fights For The Rights 01 Disabled People "TT r 0 :!! c BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Even before an incident on September 17th, Bishop Thomas Phillips has been fighting for the rights of dis abled people. Bishop Phillip s is a dis abled Vietnam veteran, and an incident at a Riverview store has caused him to step up his efforts to protect the rights of everyone who is disabled. Bishop P hillips was at the Pars Market and Marathon Gas Station on McMullen Loop, a store he's patronized for the past 10 to 12 years. "Over the last year, how ever, the proprietor of the store began accosting me for parking in the handicap p ark ing zone. I am 100% disabled, and I have the placard that hangs from your rearview mir ror. "Ever since I started patronizing this store, I've always parked in the specific parking spot that the owner now for bids him to use. He has never given me any reason for his sudden change, nor has he ad dressed any of his concerns with me personally." Bisho p Phillip s said the store owner has a young man that washes cars on the side of his building, and also polices the parki ng lot. "Lately, it would seem every time I park in that spe cific parking space, this young man seems to find it necessary to tell me I have to move. "I've explained to him that if the store owner had a prob lem with me parking in that spot, he sho uld address me perso n ally On the date in question, Bi shop Phillip s was sitting in the space to have his car washed when the young man approached him and told him the store owner wanted him to move his vehicle, and he didn't want him to park there again. "I told him as a disabled veteran, I am within my rights and I have a handicap parking placard as required by law. "I feel the store owner is wrong for singling me out, and preventing, or attempting to prevent, a disabled person from parking in the specified handicap area." Bisho p Phillip s said this incident has strengthened his desire to fight for the rights of disabled people, because these incidents occur more often than people realize. "Disabled and elderly peo ple are constantly being a b used, and no one seems to care I advise anyone who knows that an elderly or dis abled person is being abused to call law enforcement. A lot of people seem to forget that disabled people and elderly citizens have rights." Bishop Phillips said how often has anyone driven to a store and noticed vehicles parked in handicapped spaces, but the person driving isn't disabled, and the vehicle has no placard or disabled tag. "To me, that's blatant dis respect, and it s not enough to fine the violators. I think stronger action needs to be taken, and I'm going to lobby to see that gets done." As far as the incident at the store is concerned, the propri etor of the store, Mr. Majid, said the problem with Bisho p Phillip s is he parks in the handicap spot, and wants to just sit around all day talking to the guys washing cars. "I have only one spot for l> handicapped parking, and he m just can't park there for a en-z tire day while he hangs out with the guys washing cars. m "This has been going on for r years, and when I said something to him about it, that's r when he called the cops. I told J;; the cops what the problem :1 was, and now they are dealing Z withhim." Mr. Majid said the guys m who wash cars really don't want him around, and he's :::1: told them to not engage in m conversation with him. C "I told them as long as they !;2 exchange words with him, he1l m keep hanging around. If they ignore him and just wash the -t cars, he1l go away." en c )> z c "TT 2:! c Theme: W omen Rise Up: "The H arvest I s Bu t the l.aborers are few" Luke 10:2 MINISTER JACQUELINE COFFIE-LEEKS 34th St. Church Of God Pastor Thomas Scott Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012 Women's Day Tea Speake r 11 a.m. -1 p.m. :. Attare} MINISTER ERICA HAR R INGTON Northside M.B. Church Ricardo Robi-n, PAstor Sunday, Sept. 30, 2012 Wome n 's Day Speaker 11 a.m. Service Colors: Pin!! and


i Local a: w m w t: Sendnel Special Edidon Inspires Men To Plan Another College Tour w After having read the en high school graduatian edi tion of the Florida Sentinel e June of this year, two co e: workers decided to strategize on planning a college tour. Dayle Greene and Keith King, noticed that students coming out of high : school have diversified their college choices. Besides attending Histor ically Black Colleges and Universities HBCUs), stu dents are opting for Florida International (FlU), Univer sity of South Florida (USF), University of Central Florida (UCF) and Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) in Ft. Myers. After researching the school (FGCU), which is a 2-hour drive south of Tampa, Greene and King decided >to charter a bus, for students icC and parents, to attend the fall open house at FGCU on Sat u. urday, October 20, 2012. 0 The event runs from 9 a. z DAYLE GREENE m. -1 p.m. The school's pres ident is an African-Ameri can, Dr. Wilson Bradshaw. "This is a great opportu nity for middle and high school students plus commu nity college transfers to shop and compare educational offerings right here in the Sun shine State," said Greene. In November of 2011, the two men invited Coach Orlando Goodwin, of Hills borough High School to c( ______________________________________ __ en THE APOSTLES FOUNDATION CHURCH w : w Has Moved From 34th St. & Hillsborough To 4711 N. 40th St. Next Door To Church fa 1'lllBSMY FRIDAY IMURDAY 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. ::1: en ::::i m : D. Com e a nd get the Best Fish in town or c a ll "' """'" 813-833-5686 j Mullet Ttlapta Wh1ttmg An d More U z ...1 ...1 : m Nowmber6th for only 6 W84itll.L CALLNOWTO HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFl No. 12-534-808 Luggage Cart Services Sealed responses for luggage cart services w i ll be r ece i ved from firms by the Authority at 'Tampa International A i rport Offices .located at 4 1 00 George J Bean Parkway Suite 3311, Main T erminal 3rd Floor, Blue Side, Tampa, 33607 c( 0 So li citation documents and detailed requ i rements will be ""'" available on the Tampa International Airport website at Airport Business, Not i ce of Solicitations f on September 28, 2012. attend the fall student pre view at FAMU. Goodwin discussed high school gradu ation requirements and a checklist of what students should be doing, to maintain their college-bound aca demic standings. Goodwin's daughter attends FGCU. Also on that trip were two FAMU grads who are televi sion reporters. Their pres ence made the trip relevant to students as they were able to share some of their college experiences. Arrangements are being made for a few students from the Tampa Bay area, who at tend FGCU, to meet briefly with the group making the bus trip. Anyone interested in making the trip, may contact Greene via 813-732-3268 or by emailing daylegreene@hotmail.com. It is mandatory that a parent or guardian accom pany the college-bound stu dent on the trip (unless they are attending a community college). The deadline toreserve a seat is Wednesday, October 3, 2012. STAN D UP FOR CHANGE! Living with HIV/ AIDS? Q Happy with Q #\ your services? 1\ We need your Ideas. Get Involved! Help decide how federal funds are used In your community. You have the POWER to make a difference. Call Nicole at 727-217-7070 Today! 26 Years Of Service Feed Our Children Minisbies, Inc. P.O. Box 290415 Tampa, Fl33687 (813) 784-1021 FeedOurChlldren.org Tenisha Panerson Sworn Into Florida Bar Tenisha L. Patterson, J. D., joined several other attorneys on Friday, Sep tember 21, 2012 at the downtown Courthouse to be sworn as members of the Florida Bar. The King High : school graduate matriculated at Florida State UniverSity for her undergraduate studies and graduated this past May from the University of North Carolina School of Law. Family members and friends were on hand to wit ness her taking the oath of office. Attorney Patterson, center, is shown with her parents, Calvin Black and Melissa Patter son. Atty. Tenisha Patterson is shown after the ceremony with Judge Usa Campbell, who signed Tenisha's Oath of Attorney. SATURDAY, OOOBER 6, 2012 9 P. M. -Until SACRED HEART ACADEMY lake Ave:&f.)orida Ave. *ft!!i .... anc:e ;.. 2 15 ,,' xr f c ? Jl 293-2166 AlphOnso Her aunt, Barbara Williams was there to wit ness the ceremony. Voter Registration-You HeM Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 Nov. 3 Only 1 Wtwk. In Florida General Election Nov. 6 COLLEGE HILL CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 6414 N. 30th St. Tampa, FL And Walk With Us At The


R.unawa Teens Aunt Asks For Help In locating Missing Teenager In July, Nadia Tulloch asked for help in locating her niece, Nngozi Evans, 15. Ms. Tulloch is the guardian for Evans. Ms. Tulloch said shortly after she reported Evans missing in July, she was found sitting in the lounge of a motel. I walked in, and she was just sitting there. She was speechless when she saw me, and just came back home. We talked about her run ning away, and she said it felt good to be out on her own. She also said she had been prostituting to take care of herself. Ms. Tulloch said she found out an adult had rented a motel room for Nngozi, but no one has been able to locate him. Ms. Tulloch said Nngozi has disappeared again. "She left around the mid dle of August on a Sunday while I was in church I know she had help, because she took a lot of her clothing. I am in fear of something bad happening to her. She had seen a mental health Loc;:al NNGOZI EVANS counselor to talk about her problems, but only for 2 ses sions." Ms. Tulloch said she was also caring for Nngozi's two brothers, but when their mother came to visit them, she took the boys with her and never came back. "Nngozi wrote a letter this time, saying she felt abandoned because her mother took her brothers and left her, said Ms. Tulloch. She also said she loved me, but just couldn't stay with me. Tampa Police have been notified and if anyone knows the whereabouts of Nngozi Evans, they are asked to contact the police at (813) 2316130. Temple Terrace Pool Partv Ends Trauicallv For Teenager On September 218 1 the Pepin Acad emy of Tampa rented the Family Recreation Complex in Tem ple Terrace for a private party. At 8:30 p.m., the lifeguards reopened the pool after a downpour had sent everyone inside. At 9 p. m., Temple Terrace Police received a call about a possible drowning at the complex on Whiteway Drive. When police arrived they found 15-year-old Jessie Shillingford had been pulled from the swimming pool at the complex and life guards were performing CPR. Shillingford was trans ported to a local hospital and remained on life support until early Tuesday morning when he was pronounced dead. Police said an estimated 130 to 150 teachers parents and youngsters were at the party, along with several life guards. Shillingford was sopho more at Pepin Academy and described as being autistic. He played the xylophone and danced at church and was just starting to venture out on his own, according to reports The party last Friday was a back to school pool party, and the first time Shilling-JESSIE SHILLINGFORD ford had done anything so cial with his classmates. It was reported that Shillingford couldn't swim, but was overcome with the joy of being around his classmates and friends when he climbed onto a slide and slid into the deep end of the pool. A video shows him struggling after he hit the water, and tried paddling to reach the wall. Two minutes later, the same video shows Shillingford sinking to the bottom of the pool. No one knew he was underwater for five minutes when another child saw him on the bottom of the pool under 12 feet of water. No one at Pepin Academy wanted to comment and po lice are calling this a terrible accident. Runawav Teen Has Mother Puzzled ., :!:! c (/) m "0 -t m 3: OJ m :::D N BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor ternoon. But then when she N decides to return, she goes o back to school and then the school calls to let me know she 's back. On Saturday, September 29, 2012, Aniya Marcellus will turn 15 years old. But her mother doesn't know how she will celebrate her birth da y because she is not at home. Ms. Karen Flenders said her daughter ran away from home 3 weeks ago. This is not the first tirrie she has run away but this is the longest time she has been gone. As a matter of fact, the teen has left home on several occasions over the past 6 months. ANIYA MARCELLUS Ms. Flenders, who has a month-old newborn and 2 other children, said she has not been able to get out and walk the streets to look for her daughter. They're in a different community in Lutz and Aniya hadn't made new friends there. She's kind of shy and quiet. She loves music, going to the mall, and said she was going to run track this year at school," her mom further ex plained. Ms. Flenders said she cannot put her finger on the reason the teen left home. They had not argued, things seemed okay at school. The mother said she had re stricted her daughter from dating and having boyfriends. Although she left home with the cell phone, Mrs. Flenders said it is not activated. Aniya started at a new high school in August. She now attends Freedom High School. But several checks with the school have turned up negative results, her mother stated. Family members have been assisting with the ., search but have not been r able to locate her. Aniya has been reported c to the Tampa Police Depart)lo ment as a missing person. Things happened the same way this time as before. She leaves for school in the morning, but is not on the bus when it returns in the af-If anyone sees her or Z knows her whereabouts, please contact P. Regalado m at (813) 276-3561, or Ms. 1 Flenders at (813) 728-2047. r r z The Tampa Bay community is preparing for the 8th Annual Heritage Classic Title Sponsor Michelle B. Patty, to be held Friday, October 5th, 7 p. m at The Big Jim Williams Stadium on the beautiful campus of Howard W. Blake High School. This year s theme is: Remembering The Past And Building The Future. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday, September 24th through Friday, October 5th -Ticket and Souvenir Saln. Student tickets available at H W. Blake, S. G. A. Room, from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. Public tickets available at H. W. Blake Stadium Box Office from 2-4 p. m. Sunday, September 3oth"A Day Of Fellowship" The Exciting Central Tampa Baptist Church, 2923 N. Tampa St., will be hosting 'Community Unity Day' for both Blake and Middleton players, alumni, boosters and supporters, beginning promptly at 9 a. m. f!londay, October 1st-"Alumni Visitation Day" For all Howard W. Blake and Don Thompson Alumni -Blake campus tours will be provided from 10 a. m. -1 p. m There will also be a reception in the Principal's Conference Room in the main office. Tuesday, October 2nd "Blake Day At VIllage Inn" The Village Inn, 215 N Dale Mabry Highway, Tampa, is honoring Blake with a 'Spirit Day' in which a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to Howard W. Blake. REMEMBER TO LET YOUR SERVER KNOW YOU ARE REPRESENTING HOWARD W. BLAKE I Hours are from 6 a. m -2 a. m. Feel free to visit often. Wednday, October 3rd "Spirit Day" -Be sure and wear your Howard W. Blake High School shirt with PRIDEI Friday, October 5th "Game Dayl" 2 p m. -Pep Rally-wear your colors and don't be late Howard W. Blake Gyml 5 p. m. until game time Tail Gate Party will be held at the bus ramp parking area at Howard W Biake. 6 p m. -Showcase Of Alumni Athletes to be held In The Big Jim Williams Stadium, contact Coach Kenneth Muldrow for details. 7 p. m -Game Time Lefs get ready to rumble. For any further information, please contact, Howard W. Blake Booster President, Francis Cheeks-Jennings (813) 264-2229 or (813) 648-7789 or visit 1701 N Boulevard, Tampa, 33807. m < m :::D < -t c: m (/) c ,.. z c ., :!! c .... .... I ,..


, ; .,;;;;;;;;,;;LC .......... c;.---' m_m_u_n_itv-B-re_a_kl_a_st-In The I And Child Welfare Binhdav Forum Planned en On Saturday, 9 29th, Eckerd Community fE Alternatives will host a community breakfast and child welfare forum. The event wil'l take place at the University Area Community Development Center, 14013 N. 22nd Street, from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. The event is free and open to the public. Mrs. Lolita Shirley, Executive Director of Eckerd Community Alternatives Hillsborough said, "We are trying to reach people who have been touched by the child welfare system to attend. This breakfast is for anyone who has been through the system, has a relative who has been through the system, or anyone who just wants to get involved." Mrs. Shirley said they are having this breakfast to involve the community as a whole to shed light on the number of African American children in state custody. c Three Grant Writing Workshops Planned a: LL The West Tampa Community Development c( Corporation and the National Institute for C Strategic and Tactical fa Planning will host three free professional grant-writing > workshops. The workshops ffi will take place on three sepa> rate dates during the month w of October. fn The first workshop will take place on Saturday, ::J October 13, from 2:30 p.m. Ill to 4 p.m., at the West Tampa Library, 2312 W. Union z Street. i= On Friday, October 19, the workshop will be held at the 5 Hillsborough County m Children's Board, 1002 E irl Palm Avenue, from 2 p.m. to Z 3:30p.m. i= The final workshop for ffi October will also be held ) at' en the Children's Board '-of Hillsborough County, ;100 2 ... a: E. Palm Avenue, from 2 "" g to 3:30 p.m., on LL October 26th. Michael Randolph said all of the workshops offer the same information. The workshops are designed for staff, administrators, board members of non-profit orga nizations, faith-based orga nizations, government agen cies and other tax-exempt status organizations. Those in attendance will learn how to: describe the different types of grants; describe the different type of grantors; identify research tools available to the grant seeker; describe the fundamental of grant writing; describe the proposal writ ing process; identify grant terms; describe concept paper, letter of Intent, and letter of inquiry process. Seating is limited and any one who plans to attend the workshop should send a confirmation email to wefindgrants@aol.com to confirm a seat and obtain an invitation and workshop packet. No one will be admitted without an invita tion. Those interested in attending should also indi cate which workshop he or she wishes to attend. 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Participants will gather in observance of Domestic Violence Awareness Month on Tuesday, October 2, 2012, 9 :30 m., at the Family Justice Center, 9309 N. Florida Ave ., Suite 109. Nikki Daniels is the Executive Director. Those in attendance will have an opportunity to sign a proclamation acknowledging the tragedy of domestic vio lence in Hillsborough County and the wider Tampa Bay area. CORRECTION In the Sentinel last week, it was stated that the family of Rickey S. Ligons needed help with his burial. The Sentinel has since learned that the information was incorrect and the family did not need help. We apologize for any inconvenience this statement may have caused the family. KOURTNEY This is a special Spotlight moment, and we send out a loud HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Kourtney. As this week's feature, Kourtney is proud to be celebrating a birthday, and even more proud of the fact she's closer to her goals of being suc cessful. This young lady is humble when It comes to family and fr. iends, and always takes the time to thank those who have helped her along the way. Kourtney has not revealed her celebration plans, but you can believe it will be a event enjoyed only by those close to her. The man in Kourtney's life has to consider himself lucky and blessed to have such a fantastic and amazing woman. Congratulations to Kourtney, and once again, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! If you are interested in appearing as either a Beauty Unlimited or Spotlight feature, please send your photos and information to tclark@flsentjnel.com LORRAINE'S African Hair 12909 N 56th St. Suite 301


Tampa Housing luthoritv OHiciallv Moves Into New Building BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter The Tampa Housing Author i ty has officially moved to their new location a 6o ,ooo square foot building at 5301 West C y press Street. The new location ofT.H.A s administrative offices will in clude the for finance and accounting, the executive of fices, the public relation office the Department of Real Estate Development, Department of Energy Services Human Res ources and Compliance, De partment of Public Housing Procurement, Program and Property Services, and by the end of November, the Section 8 offices. All of the on-site services will remain where they are. The new location comes with 250 parking spaces, a training facility, conference and meeting rooms, and is close to shopping and restaurants, social services and buses pass directly in front of the building. T.H.A. Executive Director, Jerome Ryans, said now they will be able to have everything under one roof, that will im prove efficiency. He also said now they can provide client privacy, especially in the Section 8 offices. I am happy with the move and a lot of problems have been solved. The employees have been reward with a great working environment and it's very professional This is a great way to reward our em ployees." Ryans said they had out grown the location at 1515 Union Street, and confidential-This is the new location for the Tampa Housing Authority. ity was an issue. Public Relations Director, Lillian Stringer, said the old location had structural prob lems that were the result of an incomplete third floor addition to the building. this point, the building will serve as a meeting place. "I'm also happy that the feedback we've gotten from some of our clients has been positive. One lady said she's glad we moved and we de served a better location." The staff is happy, and we' re going to the next level of being even more professional and prove our image. The phone number at new location will be (813} 9101. "I'm ecstatic and I this is a great leap for us "We ve applied for grants for the future of the North Boulevard community and at will propel us to a and rewarding future," Stringer. An ancient ritual brought to America by the Irish in the mid 1800ts Halloween can be traced back to the Druids, a Celtic culture in Britain and Northern Europe. The Druid religion of Celtic tribes worshipped Samhain, (sow-In) the lord of Darkness. 2. WHERE DID THE CUSTOM OF TRICK OR TREAnNG BEGIN? The Celts believed the souls of the dead roamed the streets and villages at night. Since not all spirits were thought to be friendly, gifts and treats were left out to pacify the evil spirits and ensure next years crops would be plentiful. This custom evolved into trick -or-treating. 3. WHY DO PEOPLE WEAR THE SCARY COSTUMES? As part of the celebration, the lord of Darkness would arrive in search of the spirits to take them to the underworld. The people began wearing masks and costumes to avoid being recognized as human. Orange and black are Halloween colors because orange is associated with the FaH harvest and black is associated with darkness and death. 4. SO WHAT DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH US TODAY? Today Witches and all who worship this sa .me lord of Darkness (Satan), see Halloween as their high holy day. Those who worship Satan will throw a celebration for Satan on this day. Black Masses are perfonned aU around the world. Animal and human sacrifices are performed. Satan himself often personifieS and attends many of his parties done in his honor. Plainly said, Halloween is a day set aside to honor the lord of Darkness.. NOW YOU KNOW THE TRUTH. OUR KIDS WANT CANDY AND WANT TO HAVE FUN. WE WILL GIVE THEM THAT. WE WANT TO BLESS THEM, NOT CURSE THEM. SPEAK UFE, NOT DEATH! ....... ., c: m r u; :::1: m c m < m -4 c: m en c ,., z c ., ::D c .,. ,., C) m


arts NFL, Referees Reach Tentative Agreement To End lockout MIKE CAREY AND ED HOCHULI NEW YORK So long, replacements refs. The NFL's regular crews will be back at work starting Thursday night. After two days of Seattle on Monday night, the two sides really got serious. marathon negotiations and mounting frustration c among coaches, players and a: fans the NFL and the ref The NFLRA said the cur rent defined benefit pension plan will remain in place for current officials through the 2016 season or until the offi cial earns 20 years' service. The defined benefit plan will then be frozen. u. c z c::c c en w ::) ... w > w c w J: en :::i m ::) D.. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m ..J w z i= z w en c::c c a: 0 ..J u. erees' union announced that a tentative agreement had been reached to end a lockout that began in June. Commissioner Roger Goodell, who was at the bargaining table Tuesday and Wednesday, said the regulars would call the Browns-Ravens game at Baltimore. The tentative eight-year deal must be ratified by 51 percent of the union's 121 members. The replacements worked the first three weeks of games, triggering a wave of outrage that threatened to disrupt the rest of the sea son. After a missed call cost the Green Bay Packers a win on a chaotic final play at Retirement benefits will be provided for new hires, and for all officials beginning in 2017, through a defined contribution arrangement. The annual league contribution made on behalf of each game official will begin with an average of more than $18,000 per official and increase to more than $23,000 per official in 2019, and a partial match on any additional contribution that an official makes to his 401(k) account. Apart from their benefit package, the game officials' compensation will increase from an average of $149,000 a year in 2011 to $173,000 in 2013, rising to $205,000 by 2019. *ALL PRO REFERRAL* "WHERE THE PROS ARE" Steelers' Mundv Fined For Hit Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Mundy was fined $21,ooo for his v hit on Oakland Raiders wide receiv er Darrius Heyward-Bey. The fourth-quarter, helmet-to-helmet collision left Heyward-Bey unconscious, until he was lifted onto a stretcher and taken to a local hospital. He was released the next day with a concussion and neck strain. He's expect ed to make a full recovery. The injury happened as Heyward-Bey ran across the end zone for a pass from Carson Palmer. Mundy hurled his body and lowered his helmet into HeywardBey's facemask. lions IT Falrlev Seeks To senle Ala. Charges MOBILE, Ala.-An attor ney for Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley asked a judge Wednesday to approve a pre-trial diversion program, instead of putting the player on trial facing charges of drunken-driving and fleeing police. Fairley was charged with driving under the influence and attempting to elude police following a May 27 arrest. His Mobile County District Court trial was set to start Wednesday morning, but attorney Sid Harrell instead filed paperwork requesting Fairley attend an anti-DUI course aftef stipu lating to a first-time om. Pres. Obama: Disputed Game Means NFL Needed Regular Rels WASHINGTON -The NFL referee saga and the disputed call that gave the Seattle Seahawks a victory over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night has reached the campaign for the White House, with President Barack Obama deeming it "terri ble" and declaring it was time to get regular officiat ing crews back on the job. "I've been saying for months we've got to get our refs back," Pres. Obama said as he returned to the White House from an appearance before the PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA United Nations. Broncos lB Mavs suspended For Hit ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -Broncos linebacker Joe Mays received a one-game suspension and a $so,ooo fine from the NFL for the hit that dislodged Texans quar terback Matt Schaub's hel met and took off a piece of his ear. Mays will appeal the fine and suspension. According to NFL rules, the appeal will be heard and decided before Sunday's JOE MAYS game against the Oakland Raiders. llpiiSM Cats & Low-ParnMnt, ht (m, lkti!INflry-WliOWI Contad: Tony Jonas Office: 813-870-3333 Dired Line: 813-965-3105 Pre-Owned Blow-Out Sole ONLY CARS AS LOW AS 2,887.00 wo I $500 DISCOUNT ON All MODELS WIJH I AU I_---------------


"' Ravs Keep Pace With lth Me Reds' Manager Dustv Straight Beat Boston 4-2 Salsa Staned Baker sonars Stroke BOSTON -Tampa Bay manager Joe Maddon is looking ahead to the last week of the season and thinking about the way 2011 ended, with baseball s pennant races coming down to the final games -and the Rays coming out of it with a spot in the playoffs. I want it to be exactly like last year," Maddon said on Wednesday night after the Rays beat Boston 4-2 for their seventh consecutive victory It's starting to look a lot like Christmas. Carlos Pena and Ben Francisco hit back-to-hack, tape-measure homers in the fifth inning to help Tampa Bay remain 3 1-2 games behind Baltil}lore for second place in the AL East. The Rays also kept pace with Oakland, which beat Texas 9-3 and remains three games in front for the sec ond wild-card spot Bucs Hope Running Game Will Bring life To woeful onense Last week s offensive performance on the road against the Dallas Cowboys has caqsed Tampa Bay Buccaneer head coach, Greg Schiano to look back and grab LeGarrette Blount with hopes that the big run ning back can get the Bucs ground game going. The Bucs will host this year's Heisman trophy winner, Robert Griffin, III, and the Washington Redskins on Sunday in a 4:25 p. m. game at Raymond James Stadium. Last Sunday's the perfor mance of by the Buccaneer defense, the team should have come out victorious. However, offense generate less than 200 yards for an entire game, Schioano had to sit down with his coach-ing staff, and redraw its strategy. The Bucs will still use first round draft pick Doug Martin in the running game, but with a 1-2 record, Schiano feels if the team establishes itself on the ground, it will make quarter back Josh Freeman's job a lot easier. The Bucs go into the game favored by 3 points but they know they will have to perform a lot better this Sunday, and take advantage of every opportunity The Bucs will be without the services of starting defensive end, Adrian Clayborn, who is lost for the year with knee injury. Several other players are banged up, but expected to play. High School Basketball Coach Brvan Craig Fired BRYAN CRAIG CHICAGO Former high school guidance counselor andbasketball coach Bryan Craig said he was wrongful ly dismissed from his school after it surfaced he had published a racy' book. Craig said the book in question, "It's Her Fault," was meant to give women a road map to having the upper hand in a relationship with a man. "I've been wronged," Craig said I just expressed my opinion in a book and it had nothing to do with my position as guidance coun selor. Rich Township High School District voted unanimously to fire Craig last week. Craig has filed a $1 million federal lawsuit against the distr ict and its school board. VICTOR CRUZ EASTRUTHERFORD,NJ New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz is returning to where his on-field salsa dancing began Philadelphia. Believe it or not, it was roughly a year ago that Cruz started his rise to national prominence by catching two touchdown passes in the City of Brotherly Love in helping the Giants post a 29-16 win over the Eagles Until that game, Cruz was known mostly for catching three touchdowns the previ ous preseason in a win over the Jets. Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker could rejoin his te;1m in time for the start of the MLB Playoffs next week after suffering a stroke in Chicago last week. Baker suffered the "mini stroke" as he was being released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital where he was being treated for an irreg ular heartbeat last Friday. Baker, 63, fell ill last Wednesday whHe the Reds were in Chicago for a threegame series against the Cubs. According to reports he received immediate treatment, the effects of c=::=='-= the stroke DUS'IY were miniBAKER mized and Baker returned to Cincinnati on Sunday, where he has made nearly a full recovery. Barnes Pleads No Contest To Misdemeanor LOS ANGELES Los Angeles forward Matt Barnes has pleaded no contest to misdemeanor charges of unlicensed driving and resisting arrest. Barnes, who was not pre sent in court, entered his plea Tuesday through his attorney. Superior Court Judge Burt Pines sentenced him to two years of probation. The judge also ordered Barnes to complete 30 hours of commu nity service and attend 13 counseling sessions with a private .,,Iii therapist. Authorities say Barnes, 32, resisted arrest when a Manhattan ---"--Beach police MAIT officer BARNFS attempted to take him into custody in July on an out., standing warrant for driving C with a suspended license. u; % m c BLICKLAWFIRM Accidents Injury Criminal DUI Helping lhe Hurting 813-703-4147. G') FORMER PROSECUTOR. FORMER MARINE. m


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Minor takes over the reins at 'Brides' from Anne Felenwider, who left ear lier this year to pursue a po sition as editor-in-chief of Marie Claire. A hip-hop execu tive has pleaded guilty to attempted gun possession. RCA Music Group BRYAN Sr. V.P. Bryan LEACH Leach faces 2 years in prison. Leach has worked with Li1 Jon and the bilingual Span ish/English artist, Pitbull. He pleaded guilty Monday to attempted weapons posses sion. He was arrested in 2010 for driving through New York City with a gun loaded with hollow-point bullets. He re mains free pending his sen tencing on Nov. 8. DlddV Settles Whh Vlcdms From 1999 Club Shoodng Case Sean 'Diddy' Combs has closed one infa mous chapter in his career. This week he financially settled DIDDY claims with the victims of a widely-publicized shooting that took place at Club New York in 1999. At the time, the Bad Boy ex ecutive was better known as Puff Daddy, and was with then-girlfriend, Jennifer Lopez and Bad Boy artist Jamal 'Shyne' Barrow. The crew was partying when a con frontation went sour and Shyne opened fire in retalia tion. Three bystanders were injured by stray bullets and sued Barrow, and Club New York. Shyne was sentenced to ten years in prison and Diddy was acquitted of gun charges. lhalnalnvoiVed ln. Hh-And-Run Crash The Los An geles Police Department are looking for Wiz Khalifa after he allegedly hit a woman's car WIZ and fled the KHALIFA scene. According to reports, Khalifa smashed into a woman's car this past Wednesday. The woman filed a report. The alleged victim was said to be working on a music video set alongside Wiz, real name Cameron Thomaz, when the incident took place. The alleged accident oc curred aroun d midnight when everyone was leaving the set. Khalifa is in the stages of preparing a brand new album, O.N.I.F.C., which was pushed back from its original October 2nd release date He is also set to become a husband and father with model, Amber Rose. 'Won't Back Down' is an uncompromising look at the health of American school systems, and VIOLA what parents DAVIS can do to effect change. But not every one sees it that way -and protesters came out at Sunday night's premiere to let the filmmakers, and the press, know how they feel. But star and Oscar -nomi nee Viola Davis, says she wasn't intimidated at all. "I welcome protests," she said. "I welcome discourse; I think discourse is a good thing. I think it spearheads change.... And you know what, in this movie, the teacher at the end of the day is the hero. They save the day. And it's a system that's broken, that needs to be fixed." Russell Simmons Encourages The Urban Ins Communitv Known around the globe as a hip hop pioneer, Russell Sim mons' pas sion for breaking new RUSSELL talent, partie-SIMMONS ularly among urban youth, is well-docu mented 'and well-respected. What largely flies under the radar, though, is his pa tronage of the arts in all forms, from the turntable to the easel, and his belief in the transformative effect that ex posure to culture and having artistic outlets can have on the lives of urban youth. It is that passion that in 1995 led to the creation of the Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation. Co-founded by brothers, Russell, Danny and Joseph "Rev. Run" Simmons, the foundation has since developed pro grams that directly serve over 2,300 students each year, in addition to providing exposure to underappreci ated artists of color. Alicia Kevs Headlines 'MTV Crashes Manchester' M A N CHESTER, England Alicia Keys has been get ting in touch with her spiritual side, ALICIA headlining KEYS "MTV Crashes Manchester" in the city's cathedral. The 14-time Grammy Award winning singer and songwriter said performing in a place of worship was "a real honor" and added that there was "an energy there that's very different." Alongside old favorites, Keys on Monday night treated the 1,ooo-strong U.K. crowd to songs from her highly anticipated new album "Girl on Fire," saying afterward that it was incred ible to see people get into the new tracks. Since releasing her debut album "Songs in A Minor" Keys has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. Girl on Fire" is set for re lease Nov. 26. B.G. Pens First Lener Since 14-Year Prison Sentence In July B.G. was sentenced to 14-years in prison, on felony gun possession charges, and now the rapper has penned his first letter since the ruling. B.G Born Christopher Dorsey, the former Cash Money artist, has a positive outlook despite the idea of spending more than a decade behind bars. "I want everyone to know that I truly appreciate all the Love + Prayers I have received over the past 15 months," he wrote. "I can't began to express how much I THANK Yall for the support you all have giv ing me throughout this whole situation, I've been going through. It's finally over, I know my fate, I know what's in front of me, and I'm ready to tackle it HEAD ON." B.G. was arrested in 2009, during a routine traffic stop. Police found firearms in the vehicle, which had been reported stolen. He pleaded guilty to charges of being a felon in possession of a weapon, and conspiracy to obstruct justice.


Entertainment---.. --Mvstlkal Becomes latest Chris Brown Failed Drug Test Rapper To Consider Porn Career Despite Rihanna's best of his probation. wishes and prayers on Twit-Brown appeared in court 3: Rapper Mystikal is allegedly con sidering a comeback in the porn in dustry if his new album fails. This wouldn't be the first time the "S hake It Fast" artist has dabbled in the adult film world. Though he was not actually having sex, in 2003, Mystikal received an Adult Video News award for his role in the porno graphic film Liquid City. Mystikal is not the first rapper to dabble in porn. Many hip-hop artists have paid homage to the adult industry with their scantily clad video vixens and sex ual lyrics. Others have chosen to get directly in volved in the dirty movie business DiddV's Girlfriend Appears In Sultrv GQ Spread CASSIE We'll chaik up news of Sean _"Diddy" Combs fi nally claiming Cassie as his girlfriend and the release of a story titled "Diddy's Girf' in the latest GQ as merely a co incidence. The R&B /Pop singer with a penchant for fashion for ward haircuts and wearing minimal clothing also ap pears in a photo shoot spread for the October 2012 issue. "I'm just a laid-back per son." This is how Cassie ex plains the painful six-plus-year delay between her self-titled debut album and soon-to-be-released sophomore LP. flavor flav Mistakes Milev cvrus For Gwen Stefani MILEY CYRUS And FIAVORFIAV This weekend some of music's most popular artists, including Rihanna, Mary J. Blige, Prince, and Pink gathered in Las Vegas for the iHeartRadio Festival. With cameras rolling backstage, Favor Flav met Miley Cyrus, but thought he was meeting Gwen Stefani. The Flavor of Love star greeted Miley with an en thused "Gwen Stefani!" Miley never corrected Flavor Flav and even gave him a hug and allowed him take a photo with her, after which he said, "Wow, Gwen Stefani!" Moments later one of Flav's handlers told him that he didn't just meet Ste fani, but rather Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus, 19. Flav then rushed back to Miley and apologized for his confusion. The "Party in the U.S.A." singer seemed un phased by the incident. ter, Chris Brown failed his Monday for the first time in m drug test. more than a year, and SupeSending out a message to rior Court Judge Patricia N Chris via Twitter she said, Schnegg tried to sort "Pr aying for you baby, my through Brown's probation best wishes are with you record and the impact of a N today! Remember that whatpositive marijuana result ever God does in our lives, it during a random drug is WELL DONE!!! #!Love" screening. "@rihanna: @chrisShe said Brown pro-brown I'm praying for you CHRIS BROWN duced a medicinal marijuana and wishing u the best prescription from California today!" she continued. judge has ordered a further and that she had never or-Chris responded with, review of Chris' community dered him not to use drugs, thank u so much." service and travel to deterso the positive drug test may However, during Chris' mine whether the R&B not have a major impact on probation hearing Monday, a singer has violated the terms his probation. Nicki Expresses Her Fmstradons On 'LeDer To Ul wavne' for my out of state bank/With that being said, let's get down to the real, still don't understand what went down with the deal." "T1 rNicki Minaj is known for making funny faces, and spitting silly rhymes from time to ttme, but every once in a while she gives us a peek into her heart. On the previ ously unreleased track "Let ter to Lil Wayne the Harajuku Barbie gets extra personal about her Young Money boss. Of course we all know how 0 the story ends: Minaj was :!! signed to Young Money and went on to become one en of the biggest female rappers in the game, landed a judg::::t ing gig on American Idol, and has plans to re-release r Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded. rPondering why she hasn't been signed yet, Minaj starts out by humbling her self. "As a fan man I really NICKI MINA.J am proud of you," she raps. "Second of all I gotta say thanks, you really did a lot r-gJ z


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MR. OSMOND K. DILBERT, SR. Funeral services for Mr. Os mond K. Dilbert, Sr. of Tampa, who passed away, Friday, Sep tember 21, 2012, will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2012, at 10 a. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, 2708 E. Dr. Mar tin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., with Rev. Larry D. Billue, Sr., senior pastor, officiating. Intennent will be in Orange Hill Cemetery. Osmond was born on May 26, 1959, in the Cayman Islands. Osmond enjoyed cooking and fishing. He was preceded in death by: his father, Wmdell Dilbert; and grandmother, Vina Ebanks-Scott. He leaves to cherish memo-. ries with: his children, Krissy Dilbert, Osmond K. Dilbert, Jr. and Nicholas Dilbert; grandchildren, Jaszmine Gaynor and Nylah Dilbert; former spouse, Cathy Norman Dilbert; mother, Arleen Scott-Bogan; brothers, Wayne Dilbert and Robbie Bogan; uncles, Elford Dilbert (Grand Cayman), Austin Scott, Jr. and Leroy Scott; cousin, Arthur Scott, Jr.; other relatives, the Scott family, the Brown family, the Ebanks family, the Norman family, the Yates family and Ruth Neal and family. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday September 28, 2012, from s-Sp. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the Chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME OREIHAJ. CHATMAN 3/30/52 9/29/09 Missing you and that beautiful smile. Love: Jasmine, Joey and family. MR. EDDIE OSCAR SIMPSON Homegoing celebration for Mr. Eddie Oscar Simpson of Tampa, who passed away at his home on September 20, 2012, will be held on Saturday, Sep tember 29, 2012, at 12:30 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Ronald Thomas, officiating. Interment will be in Rest Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Eddie was born in Daytona Beach, FL, on December 22, 1937 He was preceded in death by: his parents, Mr. York Simpson and Mrs. Sarah Carley; grandparents, Jim and Mamie Mitchell; uncles, James Thomas Mitchell and William James Mitchell; and aunt, Lucille Thomas. Eddie was a retired member of the International Longshoreman's Association, Local 1402, James Harrell, President. Although he was limited in activities by various illnesses, Eddie pursued his love for the outdoors, as an avid fisherman and gardener. He will be remembered for his generosity to others, quiet demeanor, sense of humor, commitmept to family and strong work ethic. He is survived by: his sister, Flossie L. Gaines; brothers, John Earl Simmons, Jr., James Simmons, Robert \.Quis Sim mons. and Clarence Simmons, all of Tampa, and Leroy Sim mons of Tallahassee, FL; goddaughter, Jackie Snell of Pensacola, FL; a host of nieces and nephews; cousins, Addie Sailor, Trudie Willis and Maddie Brown; and sisters-in-law, Rebecca Simmons and Della Simmons of Tampa, and Diana Scott-Simmons of Tallahassee. The viewing will be held at Aikens Funeral Home on Friday, September 28, 2012, from s-8 p. m. The family will receive friends from 6-7 p. m. The family and friends are asked to meet at the chapel on Saturday for the service. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME IN LOVING MEMORY OF CLOTIOUS BRISTOR HARRIS In loving memory of Clotious Bristor Harris. From, a loving husband and the family. MRS. EIA VERNDON WISE-FORTILUS Homegoing visitation service for Mrs. Ela Verndon Wise-Fortilus (a.k.a., Cily and Muga) of Tampa, who passed away on Thursday, September 20, 2012, will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2012, from 2-3 p. m. at Aikens Funeral Home Chapel. Ela was bornApri113, 1957, in Tampa, to the late Oscar and Grace A. Wise. Ela was of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witness faith. She worked for over 20 years as a supervisor at Old 97 Company. Ela enjoyed shopping, cooking, spending time with her children and grandchildren. She was preceded in death by: her parents; and brothers, Wilbert A. Wise and Oscar J. WISe, III. Ela is survived by: her spouse, Jacques J. Fortilus, Sr.; children, Jael I. Cherry (Terry), Kenyatta R. Watson (Chris), and Jacques J. FortHus, Jr.; grandchildren, Derrick C. James, Jr. (Shenetra), Jocelyn L. Fortilus and Jacques J. Fortilus, III; brother, Eddie J. Wise (Cynt); sister, Katie L. Wise-Hutchinson; aunts, Margaret Black and family, Lillian and Andrew Gates and family of South Carolina, Annie Mae Gates and family of South Carolina, Ser ena Jones and family, and Betty Wise and family of San Diego, California; nephews, Eddie, Travis, Jerome, Wesley, and Kendall; cousins, George, Frank, Franklin, Gerald, Mickey, Kurt, Calvin, Terry, Columbus, Hezzard, Karen, Jamisa, Charlie, Sheryl, Winston, Timmy, Oscar, Sandy, Sylvia, Ronald, Cleveland, Marvin, Debra, Rev. Clauzietta, Vener, Laticia, Richard, Bobby, Michelle, Marie, Lillian, Mr. and Mrs. Huggins and family, Lillian Davis and Eva Barnes; neighbors, Eunice Massey, Mr. Harold, Mrs. Bar bara, Mr. Greg, Ms. Geneva Stevenson and Ms. Rose Stevenson; best friend, Ms. Lori; and friends, Carl Allen, Sis. Ella Johnson and family, Ms. Antonette and family, Mr. Sam, Mr. Clifford, Ms. Amy, Ms. Twanda, Ms. Kim, Mrs. David Peel, Ms. Brenda and Jug, Mr. Ralph, Ms. Kat, Ms. Rita, Ms. Ann and Lonnie, Ms. Tracie Jennings, Shawn and family, Ms. Josephine, Ms. Carolyn and Ms. Thelya and family, Linda B. and family, Frank K. Barbara Ann, Shirley Lee, and Carolyn Harris and family; godson, Jawan; Longshoremen's Association family, the Broadway Bar family for their generosity; and a host of other family and friends. The family will receive friends immediately after the visitation at Temple Crest, 8116 N. 37th Street, Tampa, 33603. AIKENS FUNERAL HOME MRS. CARRIE BREWER A homegoing celebration, in loving memory of Mrs. Carrie Brewer was held Saturday, September 22, 2012, at 11 a. m. at Rose Hill Cemetery, 4406 E. Chelsea Avenue, Tampa, 33610, Pastor Camel, officiated. GUDES FUNERAL HOME "A TEMPLE OF SERVICE" www.&Jldesfuneralbome.net BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. ARNSTEEN MOODY Sunrise: 9/27/1926 Sunset: 3/8/2012 Happy birthday, "Sweet" and here's a thought to share with you. On March 8th you kissed me and walked away. I'm still thinking of you night and day. Missing you with love always. I know you had to go, but I wish you could have stayed. Your wife, Ernestine Moody. MRS. CAROLYN LOUIS Homegoing services for Mrs. Carolyn Ann Louis, who passed away on September 13, 2012, will be held Saturday, September 29, 2012, at 12 noon at Shekinah Glory Church Of God In Christ, 1301 S. 78,. Street, Tampa, 33619, Pastor Andre Shaw, officiating. Interment will be made in Rest Haven Park. Mrs. Carolyn Louis was born October 14, 1953, in Fort Pierce, FL, to parents, Homer Williams, and Annie Safford ., Williams. r Carolyn grew up in Fort 0 Pierce and graduated from Un-;!! coin Park High School. Mrs. Louis was a Tampa resident for the past 25 years. en She was preceded in death by: her father, Homer ::j Williams; mother, Annie z Williams; and 2 brothers, m Homer Williams, Jr., and r Larry Williams. aJ Carolyn is survived by: her ? siblings, James, Mamie, r Nathaniel, Jacquelyn, Timothy, m and Anna; 9 wonderful chil:::i dren, Kelvin (Train), Mashon-Z dria, Demetrius (Twon), "C Angela, LaTrisa, Lawrence C: (Michael), Wesley, Sidney (Junior), and Jessica (Jessie); 11 (i; grandchildren and one great :I: grandchild; and a host of other m sorrowing family members and C friends. m Hours of visitation for Mrs. ;ii Carolyn Louis will be held Friday evening from 6-8 p. m. at Harmon Funeral Home, 5002 2 N. 40th St., Tampa, 33610. m Friends planning to attend en the homegoing ceremony are C asked to assemble at the church at 11:45 a. m. ,_ Z c ., :!! c


funerals/Memoriams oS very welcome in this new set-Jones; two god-brothers, N ting. Bobby Jones and wife, Eulisa, Memorial Service ffi Miss Rose, as many called and Benjamin "Pinto" EdI:D her, was involved in living. wards; and two god-daughters, :E Love motivated her life, as well Maura Hall and Miceala Not-Wt-as all preparations used to as-tingham. Q. sist her in the future. In the She also left behind: special W Singleton household she be-cousins, Gail Warmack and en came the pillar of everything husband, Ronnie, Gail Milton stable. She was Granny Rose, and Theda Ortiz and husband, C( Juan; best friends, Felicia c a grandmother that many of a: the clilldren never knew. She Blair and Paula Crouse; and a host of other devoted family I.L. became, in many instances, a and friends who loved her c a: I.L. c z w c w ::z::: en ::::i m o.. z i= w ..... ..... m ...... w z i= z w en C a: 0 ..... I.L. }. MRS. ROSA MAE HOLLAND Mrs. Rosa Mae Holland of Jacksonville, FL, went home to be with the Lord Friday, Sep tember 21, 2012, around 5 p. m. A homegoing celebration will be held Saturday, Septem ber 29, 2012, at 1 p. m. at Vic tory Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church, 2716 North 34th Street, with Pastor Eugene Sanders, Jr., officiating. Inter ment will follow in Rest Haven Memorial Park. Mrs. Rose M. Holland was born in a small town, Way cross, Georgia, on April 24, 1914. She was the youngest child of 3 sisters and 1 brother, all of whom preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Leroy Holland, who went to be with the Lord in 1983. Her schooling began in Waycross, Georgia and contin ued after she moved to St. Pe tersburg and Tampa. Accepting Christ as a young child, she continued that spiri tual walk. After her move to Tampa as a young girl, she joined the Greater Bethel Mis sionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. Jacob Westley Rhodes. She worked with many departments and ministries as long as she could. She first joined the Senior Usher Board, the G. T. Martin Mission, and finally the Cathe dral Choir, where she became the lead soprano soloist. After being a member of Greater Bethel for more than thirty years, she entered an other phase of worship. She became a charter member of the Victory Tabernacle Mis sionary Baptist Church, under the leadership of Rev. John L. Overstreet. She became the first choir president and pro gram chairman. In fact, one could find her in many varied capacities. A wonderful leader and organizer, a grand host ess, and a dedicated warrior, she remained active until Oc tober 2007. Here she began another page in her journey. She moved to Jacksonville, FL, with the Singleton family and instantly became involved in a life of love and progress. The entire Singleton family embraced her and made her protector, a teacher, and a dearly. qualified therapist. She lived Friends are asked to assem-in Jacksonville, FL, for more ble at the church at approxi-than five years before her mately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for death. MRS. GWENDOLYN the service. She leaves to cherish her "A WILSON SERVICE" memory: her son, Henry "Mo" PATRICIA (a.k.a., Singleton, Jr. (Joanne); TISSY) HILL daughter, Scarlet Roger (Kevin); grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other rel atives of Jacksonville, FL, in cluding Henry "Trey" Singleton, III, Mark Singleton, Clara Schultz, Daryl Singleton (Ellen), Sandra Singleton, Ricky Singleton, Lynne Single ton, Steven Riley, David Riley, Tracy Singleton, Stacy Sklgonsby (Rick), Gabriel Tyner (Sofia), Sarah Andrews (Mark), Stephanie Bryan (Andy), Jessica Singleton, Tiffany Singleton, Alex Go forth, Genny Holland, Tripp Holland and Tori Holland. She also leaves to mourn her passing: many relatives in St. Petersburg, FL, including her nieces and nephews, Brenda Jones (Tony), Louise Johnson, Loretta Banks, Con stance Burney (Eugene), Karen Valentine (Todd), Claretha Tyson (Vern), Bar bara Lynch, Elfredia Johnson, Alysia Boykins, Alexis Valen tine, Clarence Johnson, Jr., Michael Johnson, Curtis Mc Call, Michael Boykin (Robin), Ervin Atkins, Jr., Antonio. Davis, Clarence Frazier (Katherine), Johnny Richard Frazier, Eric Johnson, David Knight, Quentin Eugene John son, Sean Frazier, Troy Fra zier, "Pee Wee" Frazier, "Red" Frazier, Marian Newkirk, Tina Frazier, Anthony Valentine, Ashley Reed, Andrea Boykins, Travarion Holmes, Deandrea Boykins, Eugene Peterson (An gela), and Clarence Atkins (Columbus, GA); god-daugh ter, Ethel McGill and her chil dren, Myra, Dontavious, Katurah and Tenodrick Wat son and Quaila Nikki Turner; and a host of grand nieces, great nieces, nurturing grands and other relatives and friends in St. Petersburg, FL, Califor nia, Georgia and Jacksonville, FL. The remains will repose in the church Saturday, Septem ber 29, 2012, from 11 a. m. until the time for the celebra tion to begin at 1 p. m. Arrangements entrusted to RAY WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, Rhodes & Northern, Owners, 301 North Howard Avenue. www.raywilliamsfuneralhome.com Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Gwendolyn Patricia Hill (a.k.a., Tissy) will be held on Saturday, September 29, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Unity A. M. E. Church, 1013 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Seffner, FL, 33584, Pastor Pa tricia Mosley, pastor, with Pas tor Darnell Wilson, officiating. Mrs. Gwendolyn Patricia Hill (a.k.a., Tissy) was born on March 2, 1969, in Tampa. She graduated from Arm wood High School, Class of 1987. She also attended Hills borough Community College. Mrs. Hill was employed at A-1 Temps Staffing Service and Hospice in Brandon, FL, until her demise. She was preceded in death by: her mother, Virginia Mil ton; grandmother, Theda Mae Milton; brother, Donovan Hill; and nephew, Titus Hill. She leaves behind: three loving and devoted children, Octavia "Pye" Hill, Re'Kale Hill (Tiras Singletary), and Timo thy Mitchell; four grandchil dren, Richard McTear, III, Brandia Thompson, Tynari Singleton and unborn, Gwen dolyn Singletary; father, Thomas Hill; stepfather, Willis "Chuck" Everett and wife, San dra; brother, Thomas Hill; four sisters, Lowrowland Riley, Precious Jackson, Khadijah "Kim" Dowdy and husband, John, and Yolanda Everett; three aunts, lilian Hammond, Helen Stoney and husband, Kenneth, and Gwen Brown and husband; uncle, Theodore Milton and wife, Linda; four nieces, Tiara Hill, Giavanni Edwards, India Williams and Tommoneisha Hill; nephew, Thomas Williams; god-sister, Shawn BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MRS. ANN WILSON MOORE Homegoing celebration for Mrs. Ann Wilson Moore of St. Petersburg, FL, who passed away Sunday, September 23, 2012, will be held Saturday, September 29, 2012, at 2 p. m. at Revealing Truth Ministry, 203 73rc1 Avenue, St. Pete Beach, FL, 33706, with Pastor Keith D. Walker, officiating. Interment will follow in Me morial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Ann Wilson Moore was born in Plant City, FL, on Jan uary 1, 1928, to the late Lewis and Lucille Wilson. Ann attended school in Plant City, FL, where she grad uated with honors. She moved to Lake Placid, FL, and stayed for a few years. Then she moved to Tampa, where she met, Abraham Moore, Jr. They were united in holy matrimony in 1956. She attended College Hill Church Of God In Christ in Tampa, where she accepted Christ as her personal Lord and Savior. She worked as a clothes de signer for four years. She then moved to St. Petersburg, FL, working as a clothes designer for two more years until the company closed down. She worked as a housekeeper for Mrs. Jean Giles Wittner until she retired. 301 North Howard Avenue Tampa, FL 33606 lACY 'MISSY' COLEMAN 10/t/1975 4/30/2012 We never need a special day to bring back memories of you. You will always be in our hearts and minds. She leaves to cherish loving memories: two stepdaughters, Mary Frances Newsome and Dorothy J. Moore of Lima, Ohio; four grandchildren and four great grandchildren; four sisters, Virginia Young, Ase dine Collins, Geneva Wilson Miller and Thelma Braswell, all of Lake Placid, FL; two brothers, Johnnie Wilson of Ft. Myers, FL, and Harry Con stant Smith of Sebring, FL; godchild, Henry Poole and wife, Sherley of Pittman, Geor gia; devoted nephew, Bobby Young of Arcadia, FL, devoted niece, Joan Rouse and hus band, Robert of St.Petersburg, FL; and a host of other rela tives and friends. Happy birthday. We are all missing you like crazy and will always love you forever. From: your daughters, Laryesheah, Terryelle, Ah'Zariah; mother, Velma; sis ter, Tasha, Sonji; and a host of loving nieces and nephews. There will be viewing from 5-9 p. m. and the family will receive friends from 5-6 p .m., Friday, September 28, 2012, at Wilson Funeral Home. Friends are asked to assem ble at the church at approxi mately 1:45 p. m., Saturday for the service. "A WilSON SERVICE" www.wilsonfuneralhome.com MS. GWEN DELL PATTERSON A memorial celebration of love will be held for Ms. Gwen Dell Patterson, who passed away in Albany, Georgia, on September 15, 2012. The memorial service will be held Saturday, September 29, 2012, at 11 a. m. at New Hope M. B. Church, 3005 E. Ellicott St., Tampa, 33610, with Rev. Dr.T.W.Jenkins,pastor, oflfi ciating. Of Her Life' Sister Gwen Dell Patterson was born on March 14, 1962, in Worth County, Sylvester, Geor gia, to Mr. David and Mrs. Emma Jean Patterson. She was educated in the Florida Hillsborough County School System. She earned a Bachelor's in Computer Sci ence from Albany State College and her RN license from Hills borough Community College. She accepted Christ at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church in Tampa. In 2012, she moved to Albany, GA, where she became a member of Zion Christian Fellowship Min istries International, Inc. In 1985, she entered into holy matrintony with Ronnie Preston Clark, Sr., which brought forth two loving chil dren: Ronnie Preston Clark, Jr. and Latoya Danielle Clark. Sister Patterson was a de voted social worker and nurse, who loved working with her clients and patients. She leaves behind a legacy of education and fellowship with the Lord. Sister Patterson had a joyful soul. She will always be re membered for having a great smile, a positive and uplifting spirit, and plethora of happy memories. Her laughter will al ways have a special place in the hearts of her friends, family and patients. She met her Maker on Sep tember 15, 2012, at Phoebe (East) Putney Memorial Hospi tal. Leaving behind a joyful song for her family and friends to remind us, Everything's Going To Be Alright." She was preceded in death by one brother, David Lamont Patterson. The legacy of her season is left to: her children, Ronnie Preston, Clark, Jr. (Anedith), and Latoya Danielle Clark; brother, Timothy Ronald Pat terson (Jennifer); 5 sisters, Janice Maria Patterson, Bobbie Rena Patterson-Jones, Carolyn Yvonne Johnson (Kenneth, Sr.), Deloris Annette Wilder (James, Sr.) of New Jersey, and Alisa Denise Patterson; sister in-law, Blanca Patterson; grandchild, Odin Isaiah Clark; and a host, of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, god sisters, god-brothers, god-cbild and many dear friends.


In Remembrance of MRS. SARAH C. NORTHERN On The One Year Anniversary Of Her Homegoing October 1, 2012 "Wife, Mom, Grandmom, Great-Grandmom, Sister and Friend" We miss you A missing that has no top nor bottom. But, we are well-armed and armored because you taught us how to offer compassion, foster love, maintain decorum, and stand on faith. We are glad and grateful that God shared you with us to make us better soldiers in His army. When we are all called Home, We will rejoice in a new togetherness. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM DEBORAH Q. SMITH September 26, 2008 We were "Touched by an Angel." Your family; mother, Quincenia, Fritz and Nicole. TAKEN FROM ME LACY 'MISSY' COLEMAN 10-1-1975 Loss of a mother is more painful than ever. Now, my life with out you is a disaster. I miss your laugh, your smile and most of all the love you en dured. Will my heart be able to heal from this painful cure? On this day I want to say happy birthday, Mommy and I'm miss ing you each day. Love you always, R.I.P. Lacy. Love you: Tootsy, Terryelle and Ah'Zariah. DEACON DAVID EUGENE COY Two years ago, we had to say goodbye. We hold memo ries in our hearts that will never leave. Our love is for ever. Love: your mother, Lillie Mae Davis; and your brother, sister, nieces and nephews. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BYRON WEAVER, SR. Gone so soon; you are al ways in our thoughts and heart. We are always to gether and never apart, for I know God is taking care of you. We cannot begin to see how the dark clouds of sor row will ever lift, but we're assured that as sunshine fol lows showers, happier mem ories will break through and help us toward a brighter day. You are forever in our hearts. Love: Stanley, Sr., Effie, Relisa, Stanley, Jr., Kayneeia, Shameece, Xy'viara, Javais; your children, Byron, Jr., Carlos, DaLanish, Jeriah, Damar rius; and your entire loving family and friends. QUINTIN EVERETI The family. liN MEMORY OF MY HUSBAND I JOE WILLIAMS Gone 5 years now, still missing you so much. Goodnight, Pop. Yours forever, Jay. CARD OF THANKS RICKEYS. LIGONS The family of RickeyS. ligons wishes to acknowledge all acts of kindness, cards, phone calls, flowers, food, drinks, visits and other shows of support during our hours of bereavement. Rickey, as we knew him, will forever life in each of our hearts. A special thanks to Rev. Madison Murray and the Church fa mily of New Greater Friendship Missionary Baptist Church. A special thanks to: Tina Davis and the Kitchen Staff. Thanks to all churcheS that sent resolutions and telegrams. Thanks goes out to Tonya Lewis and Ruby Thomas. And a spe cial thanks to lawyer, Paul Rebein and Paul Mueller with BaY: News9. Thanks goes to Martha Kitchen, Venom Riders and Band of Roses Motorcycle Club for escort services. Again, thank you all very much from the bottom of the family's hearts. May God bless each and every one of you. And stay in God's unchanging hands. "T1 r-0 :a en m z :::f z m r-aJ c: r r-gJ z "V c: OJ r-c;; :r: m c m c! m en c ,.. z c "T1 :!! c


It's been 1 year since God plucked His Red Rose from this earthly garden. Gone, but never, ever forgotten. Happy birthday, Kenny. Love forever, your family, Vena, Yushica, Kenny, Jr., family and friends. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM FOR KENNOH CARUTHERS September 29, 1962-December 8, 2004 KENNETH 'MYPOOKIE' CARUTHERS "It's not the presence of someone that brings meaning to life, rather it's the way someone touched your heart that gives life a beautiful meaning." Happy 50th birthday, Pookie! We miss and love you: Pamela, Lakendra, Kenyetta, Kynarra and Lil Kenneth. MICHELLE WELLS The family of the late Michelle Wells greatly appreciates your kind expressions of sympathy in their great loss. Your thoughts and efforts and many expressions of love, kindness and support were greatly appreciated. Thanks for keeping us in your prayers. JANSON BOWICK The Chisolm and Arnold family wishes to express our gratitude to all who shared in the passing of our loved one, Mr. Janson Bowick. Your cards, flowers, calls, food, thoughts, prayers and other acts of kindness meant so much to us. Special thanks to: Aden Funeral Home and a special thanks to Clifford Hill. Here today, DELORES ADAMS TATE'POLECAT' It's been 3 years since you've been gone. We love and miss you very much. The Adams, Bivens and Howard family. CARD OF THANKS '" MRS. ELOIS LEEK We, the family of Mrs. Elois Leek would like to acknowledge with love and appreciation, the outpouring of kindness bestowed upon us during our time of sorrow. The food, visits, phone -calls, monetary gifts, flowers and prayers, all helped to bring us comfort. Special thanks to: Ray Williams Funeral Home and staff, Reverend B. Price and our church family of St. James A.M. E. Church, the staff at Consulate Health Care during her 4 plus years of residency there, and Melech lliePath Hospice House. From, the Leek and De lancyfamily. planned tomorrow. From one second to the next, everything changes ... Life is ful of chances Your funeral doesn' t halle to be one of them Make prearrangements today and can feel confident ycxx family and your last wishes are in good hands Call us your prea rrangement options F U NERAL HOME 3(lX) N 29th S t Tampa R. 33605 (813) 248-6125 Sunrise:Sept.27,196o Sunset: April14, 2012 God saw she was getting tired and the cure was not to be. So, He put His arms around her and whispered, "Come with Me." With tear-filled eyes we watched her suffer and fade away. Although we love her dearly, we could not make her stay. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands put to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us, "He only takes the best. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM RUBY LEE PALMORE Sunrise: 09-24-1942 Sunset: 09-22-2006 We love you al ways. All your children and grands. BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM ANGELINA CATHERINE COOK Born: Sept. 25, 1935 Deceased: March 21 ,1986 Happy birthday to our loved one and friend. It' s been twentysix years since you've been gone and we all still love and miss you. CARD OF THANKS DIANE HARRIS JONES The family of Diane Harris Jones would like to express their deepest gratitude to everyone who showed their heartfelt sympathy for her passing. Thank you for all your con dolences, kind words of en couragement, cards, monetary gifts, beverages, food, the time you took to prepare the food, your help serving the food, and all the love that you've shown toward the family. Thank you for being a part of her life, celebrating her life, and being there for her and her family during her homegoing celebration. Thank you for taking the time out of your lives to let us know how much she will be missed and how much she touched your lives. We have all felt the tremen dous impact that she has had on our lives, and all of the weight that she has carried in just this short time that she has been gone, and although none of us will ever be the same, we are all better people for having had her in our lives. Thank you once again to everyone, but most of all, thank you, Mom, for all your love, compassion, sacrifices, wisdom, cherished memories, fun and the life-long lessons that you've left your family with. We are forever indebted and grateful to you and hope to make you proud. Forever in our hearts. W e love and miss you, Mom. Your family, "later."


Crime Husband Charged With Fatallv Stabbing His Estranged Wile At Kissimmee Reson ANDREW BOUDREAUX On Monday, authorities in Osceola County charged 29-year-old Andrew Boudreaux with murdering his wife. According to reports, Keturah Boudreaux had been staying at the Oak Plantation Resort in Kissimmee. On Sunday, relatives had been calling the resort asking employees to check on the 30-year-old mother of two. According to police in Kissimmee, when they entered the room they found Keturah dead with several stab wounds on her body. Andrew reportedly called Tampa police Sunday evening and said he had been in a fight with Keturah. Police said Andrew told them Keturah had stabbed him first, and he was just defending himself by stabbing her. After the incident, Andrew took their two children and drove back to Tampa. After arriving in Tampa, police said Andrew dropped the children off before meet ing Tampa police at a resi dence on Nebraska Avenue. Police said Andrew had stab wounds on his arm and hand. Kissimmee police said Andrew told them Keturah had stabbed him twice, and he stabbed her once Records indicate the couple got married on June 16, 2002, but five years later Keturah filed for an injunction for pro tection against domestic vio lence, forbidding Andrew from corning within 300 feet of her. In 2008, Andrew pleaded guilty to a domestic violence charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was sentenced to almost a year in prison and 18 months probation. Andrew Boudreaux is currently being held without bond at the Osceola County Jail No Charges Filed In Man's Death The State Attorney's Office has reviewed the Hillsborough County Sheriffs Office investigation of the killing of Daniel Oliver. The im;estigation concludes that no charges will be filed against Samuel Shuttleworth as there is insufficient evidence to rebut \lis claim that he shot Oliver in self defense. At 3:30 p.m. on September 2, 2012, deputies were called to the 1400 block of Scotch Pine Drive after someone called 9-1-1. The caller reported that a fight involv ing several people had bro ken out, and shots had been fired. Please Call CRIME STOPPERS 800.873.8477 When deputies arrived, they found 19-year-old Oliver dead inside the resi dence form a single gunshot wound. Samuel Shuttleworth was interviewed by detectives at the scene. Or HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SHERIFPS DEPARTMENT south Tampa Buralarv suspect Arrested MITCHELL REDDIN Tampa Police detectives have arrested a suspect for a bur glary in South Tampa. Police said on July 6, 2012, the victim was in her bedroom getting ready for bed when she heard noise at her window. She went to her backyard to investigate, and reported see ing Mitchell Reddin, 25, crouched under her half open bedroom window. Reddin reportedly fled, dropping his cell phone as he jumped over a fence. An arrest warrant was issued for his arrest for burglary of an occu pied dwelling, and on Tuesday, Reddin was seen at his residence in the 7400 block of O Brien Street, where he was taken into custody. Reddin was later released after posting bond. ANTHONY THOMPSON 8-18-1988 ALVIN DEWAYNE JONES 2-28-1966 c Woman Surrenders After Stabbing Her Husband To Death en m m 3: m m :D ST. PETERSBURGAt 1:48 a. rn. Tuesday, St. Petersburg Police were called to the 1700 block of 57th Terrace -South on a report of a stabbing. When officers arrived, they found 44-year-old Russell Byrd unresponsive with stab wounds to his upper body. Rescue personnel responded and Byrd was pronounced dead. The subsequent investiga" tion revealed that Byrd and his wife, Sharon, 46, had been engaged in an argument. Russell was talking to a woman over the phone, who turned out to be a rela tive, and the row ensured. Police said during the argument, Sharon Byrd threatened to kill Russell As the argument became more heated, Sharon allegedly got a knife out of SHARON BYRD the kitchen and stabbed Russell. Sharon Byrd fled before police arrived. At 1:05 p. rn. Sharon Byrd called police from an attorney's office and said she b wanted to turn herself in. :D Officers went to that locaC tion, and Sharon Byrd was en arrested on a charge of sec-m ond-degree murder. z UNCLE SANDY m r-m c: r r... It is not wrong 2, 9, 12, 15 to believe in things 19, 22, 25, 29 you don't understand 31, as, 39, 40 or can't explain 44, 46, 51, 55 JIMMIE JACKSON 5-8-1968 BRIAN EUGENE SIMMONS 3-8-1980 TRUMMELL VASHAWN RANDALL 7-24-1171 !!l z


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law Enforcement To Host National Drug Take Back oav BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Saturday, September 29th, several law enforce ment agencies will partici pate in "Operation Medicine Cabinet Pre scription Drug Take Back Day." Residents are encouraged to drop off ex pired or unused prescription drugs at several locations. The collection time is from 10 a .m. until 2 p.m. "Operation Medicine Cabinet Prescription Drug Take Back Day" is part of an ongoing effort to crack down on illegal pill mills and to prevent pre scription drug abuse. Residents can turn the medication in and remain anonymous with no ques tions asked. the project are the Tampa Police Department, the Hillsborough County Sher iffs Office, the Temple Ter race Police Department, the Drug Enforcement Adminis tration, and the Hillsbor ough County Anti-Drug Alliance. received 1.5 million pounds, or 774 tons, of prescription drugs from the public. Three Sweetbay Super markets will participate in the program. They are lo cated at 2535 State Road 6o E.; 5320 Ehrlich Road; and 2525 North Dale Mabry Highway. Additionally, resi dents can drop off medica tion at the Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) 4801 E. Fowler Av-enue. This is the fifth time the Drug Enforcement Adminis tration has hosted "Opera tion Medicine Cabinet Prescription Drug Take Back Day." The last time was in April of this year. Counties participating in the campaign include; Hills borough, Duval, Orange, Pasco and Pinellas. For more Law enforcement agen cies that will participate in Since the inception of the "Operation Medicine Cabinet Prescription Drug Take Back Day" program, the agencies have information, visit http :/11. /PASsUc. Organizations Unite To launch Financialliteracv Bootcamp Jordan McLean, Jeffrey Mitchell, Assistant Principal Morgan, Nicole Renaud, Christian McLean, Josh Gatlin, and Madison Holland received $5 to start their savings account and a Derrick Brooks autographed football piggy bank. Retired Tampa Bay Buccaneer Derrick Brooks, #55, left, an4 Brian Lamb, President of Fifth Third Bank, Tampa Bay Region, were on hand for the launching of the "Brooks Bunch Business Bootcamp." Financial Advisor Rodney Benjamin and Deja Benjamin were ready to learn about the benefits of the program. Travis, Veronica, and Malachiah were ready to learn more about saving money. BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Last Wednesday, two organiza tions joined forces to launch a finan cial literacy program for students. The event took place at Brooks De Bartolo Collegiate High School. Brian Lamb, President of Fifth Third Bank Tampa Bay Region said the idea of creating the program came about during a conversation with retired Tampa Bay Buccaneer Derrick Brooks. The vision came out of a conver sation about what we could do ove r and be y ond the traditional to help educate these s tudents to become good financia l stewa r ds when the y become young adults and young professionals." It was decided that the focus would be on financial literacy. It was implemented as a partnership be tween Fifth Third Bank and Derrick Brooks Charities. After creating the program, it was decided to invite students at Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School to voluntarily commit to the two-year program. Lamb said the students also had the support of their parents. When we get the par ents involved, it is typically much more successful. More than 30 stu dents signed up for t he program which means the y take their future s erious a nd that's excit ing." Tellissa Kidd, Kiyani Breauz and Patrick Anderson are proud of the commitment the students are making for this program. The curriculum was designed by Dave Ramsey, a personal finance expert and New York Times best selling author. The students participating in the program will learn about savings, in vestment options, debt, budgeting, mortgages, insurance, and other fi nancial empowerment topics. Tony Sasso, Membership Banking Officer at Fifth Third Bank will lead the bi-weekly classes. Local business leaders will serve as guest speakers. Derrick Brooks, founder of the Brooks Bunch Charities and Brooks DeBartolo Collegiate High School said Brooks DeBartolo prepare s its studen t s f o r pos t s eco nda ry success in a small learning environment, focusing on each student and their ed ucational accomplishments. This program will provide another way for our students to succeed while preparing for college and other im portant life accomplishments." As part of the launching of the program, the students had an op portunity to meet Brooks and they received an autographed money box, along with $5 from Fifth Third Bank to encourage them to start sav ing early The Brooks Bunch Business Bootcamp classes will begin on Oc t ober 2. (Photographs by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keep sake s )


0 Loca N 00 N a: w CD ::E w .... D. Student Wins $100 In ScholarshiP Contest BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor 9 Last month, Gerber Life ff: launched a contest that would provide a $20,000 to its winner. Neela Rogers was the only child in Hillsborough County to take part in the contest. Although she didn't win the top prize, she was chosen as a finalist and won $100. Now that she has participated in a contest, N eel a is ready for the next mie. A second grade student at Temple Terrace Elementary School,_N eela is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. David (Niccole) Rogers. She is the granddaughter of Ms. Irene Matthews, Ms. Evelyne Dawson, and Ernest Tarpley. Her mom said Neela has e already made plans for her ff: prize. Neela wants a laptop 0 and has been saving her z money for the past two c( years. She currently hopes to reach her goal by her birthQ day on May 19th. f3 Neela checks the mail ::l box every day, waiting on ther prize money to arrive. fC She plans to add the money w > w Neela Rogers was chosen as a finalist in the contest and won $too. She was the only student in Hillsborough County trying to win the top prize of $2o,ooo from Gerber Life. to her bank account. "We make sure that she has a healthy respect for money. We teach her that if she wants something, she has to save for it and that's the way she will get it. So, she is saving all of her money," Mrs. Rogers said. Mrs. RogeJ"s said N eel a already has saved about $6oo. However, she is not ready to purchase the laptop because she doesn't want her bank account to be depleted. N eela is also saving for the future. "She said she needs to be rich so she saves all of her money. She is also saving for college," her mom said. Neela also plans to enter the competition next year. It is open to students between the ages of 3 and 8 years old. "N eela is very excited that she won the contest. She is very proud of herself and she is ready to find another one to enter," Mrs. Rogers said. .................... ............................ l: en ::::1 CD ::l D. z tu .... .... ::l CD .... w z i= z w en c( Q a: 0 .... LL Benefits of Enrolling m Our School 0 Serves Students Ages 16-21 ScheiJi 7:30AM :30AM 11:30 AI o Shortened School Day OSef.Paced O()pportunlyto Ac*ai Graduiion OCredt for WorkNoUiteer Slvice OQn.Sie C. lid Trnlion PlaJmg o ESE and ESOl Services CD OfreePublicTIWpOffan O()n.Site Suppoit Spmst Whatever Yon Dream of Doing, It Starts with a High School Diploma. YOUR YOUR I Tuition FREE. Enroll Today. OPmng Classes Councilwoman savs Public Satetv Is Her Mission BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Councilwoman Yvonne "Yolie" Capin said as a city-wide board member, she's concerned about all of the communities in Tampa, including the West Tampa area. Councilwoman Capin said as far as Main Street in West Tampa is concerned, the safety of the people and the rights of homeowners are her priorities. "I think it would help the businesses on Main Street if there was a plan in place that supported everyone. "I felt comfortable in West Tampa and along Main Street. It's unfortunate that the night I made my visit, gunshots had been fired in the area." Councilwoman Capin said West Tampa has a beautiful future, and she wants to see it happen. "On the night I did the ride-a-long with police, I saw a lot of young people just trying to get home peacefully. "I see a lot of history on Main Street, and I have his tory there. My grandmother was born on Main Street in 1908. I love the area, and I think it will bring life to downtown." Councilwoman Capin said for years, buildings in COUNCILWOMAN YVONNE "YOUE" CAPIN Ybor City sat vacant before they evolved into what they are today. "I believe the same thing can happen on Main Street. "As far as what's happening on South Howard is concerned, over a year ago, there were a lot of issues in that area, and I looked into it. I held public meetings to bring the restaurant/bar owners together with the neighborhood associations and residents. Within a week of a neighborhood meeting, I went on South Howard around midnight for a walking tour with sev eral police officers." Councilwoman Capin said she continues to monitor the activities along South Howard, and is in constant contact with the neighborhood associations and residents to address any problems. CLUB 44 IS MOVING FORWARD WITH THIS ELECTION SEASON US FOR. A


couple Opens Business 19 Students To Advance As National i With Focus On women Achievement Program Semi-Finalists Protecting Themselves Jreusprtines' entl'nPg. borough County Public School ,,.,. BY LEON B. CREWS On Wednesday, the NaDistrict said, "We had the Strawberry Crest are Mazeed Sentinel Staff Writer tional Merit Scholarship Cormost students in the state and 0. Aro-Lambo, Savannah Laquanda Mallard and her husband, Michael, have been concerned about the amount of violent crimes oc curring, especially on women. Both of them felt there is a for women to learn how to protect themselves. After going over different scenarios, the coup le decided to open a business that would teach women bow to use handguns. Their business, Gunz and Heelz, offers classes to women on the use of handguns, with a twist of elegance. "When we talked about this, I never really considered doing it this way," said Laquanda. "When it comes to women it's all about being elegant, and I serve the students in my classes wine in elegant glasses. Here, they can be themselves and around only women." Laquanda said they also have a portion of the class called Damsels In Defense. Damsels In Defense is a company that offers products strictly for women, such as pepper spray that looks like lipstick. I've also made a con nection with Radiant Designs, because women are really into shoes. This company cus tomizes their heels in their own design to create a one-of a-kind item. "Our classes are all NRA certified and my husband is the instructor. He's been doing this for four years and although he trains both men and women, I only work with women." The classes are held once a month, and once you take the classes, you become a member of the Gunz and Hee)z club. Members go to the range every Monday and every other Sat urday for practice. Laquanda said she was a member of her school's Ma rine ROTC Program, and she has no problem with hand guns. "I can actually take them apart and reassemble them. Because I love elegance, that had to be a part of this. I came up with the concept after pray ing for it first, then waking up the next day with the name of the business." The couple works with a variety of handguns, mostly the ones women can handle easily. The favorite among women is the 9mm handgun "But in every case, it de pends on the woman and what she feels comfortable with, said Laquanda. Gunz and Heelz is hosted at Laquinta Inn, 3826 West Waters Avenue. You can also LAQUANDAAND MICHAEL MALLARD visit their website at www.facebook.com/gunz heelz. poration released the names nineteen is the highest numL. Bradley, Jordan R ..... of nearly 1,600 students choher we have ever had." Brown, and Ayomikun N sen as semi-finalists. NineThe semifinalists from Loye. teen students represented Hillsborough County are Jah'nell M. Sampson is schools in Hillsborough Bloomingdale students a student at Tampa Bay TechCounty. Christian D. Allen and nical. Christina D. Mal-More than 160,000 jun-Ashley T. Montgomery. colm, Jafari J. Roberts, iors representing high schools U'kera V. Gadsden repreand Alexandra P. Sullivan from throughout the country sents Jefferson. Tatiana N. are Wharton High students. requested consideration for Henry, Amber A. John-About 1,300 of the 1,600 the 2013 National Achieve-son, and Desirae J. semi-finalists are expected to ment Scholarship Program. Vaughn are students at King. advance to the finalist level. In The semifinalist were desig-Kirby E. Brennan at-January 2013, the awardees nated within geographic retends Newsome. Clarque M. will be selected based on their gions and are the Brown attends Plant. Robinabilities, accomplishments highest-ranking program enson representatives are Evyn and potential for success in trants in each region. S. Brown, Shaneece R. rigorous college studies. 2012 General Election Dates to Remember: Tuesday, October 9 ..... .......... Last Day to Register to Vote in the General Election Saturday, October 27 .............. Early Voting Begins in Hillsborough County Wednesday, October 31.. ...... 5 p.m. Deadline to Request a Vote By Mail Ballot to be Mailed to You Saturday, November 3 ......... Ear l y Voting Ends in Hillsborough County Tuesday, November 6 ........... Eiection Day 3 Ways to Vote: 1. Vote By MailAllows all registered voters to receive and cast their ballot from the comfort of 2. Early Vote-All registered voters can vote at any of the designated Early Vote sites i n Hillsborough 3 Election Day-Registered voters must vote in their assigned precinct. Remember to brine a valid and current photo and signature 10 when you head to the polls! General Election Reminders: If you 've moved or changed your name, please update your voter information before heading to the polls! You do not have to vote on every race/issue for your ballot to count. You are allowed to bring your samp l e ballot with you in the polling room. But, you must vote and submit the ballot given to you by the poll worker. ALL marked ballots must be received in any of ttle Hillsborough County Supervisor of EleCtions four offices by 7p.m on Election Day Acceptable Valid and Current Forms of Photo and Signature ID Include: Florida Driver's License 2. Debit or Credit Card 3. Military Identification Retirement Center Identification 5. United States Passport 6. Public Assistance Identification 7. Student Identification 8. Neighborhood Association Identification 9. Florida Identification Card issued by the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles


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N God has for you; in spite of asked what was wrong and he said something that pierced my heart. He said to me, daddy that man was looking for you and you did n t take time for him and he could have needed some thing." My son was about seven or eight at the time. the character of a person. This true love is not dis played just towards those you are romantically in volved with or family or friends, but it extends to hu manity as a whole. ffi you, God still loves you. ID In the time of the writing of this letter, people traveled from place to place They w did not rely on hotels or per tn diems for food. They surlove The GodiV Wav ff: they were in town. Q &L. Q z c( One of the most confusing commands of the Bible is love. This one word has caused many lives to be changed forever. Both in the church and outside the body of Christ this one word has been misunderstood and misrepresented. Do an ex periment by seeing the reac tion of people you encounter by telling them you love them. Most people will look at you strange because of their perception of the word love Love has become most widely known as a romantic term or a term reserved for close family and friends. This week's lesson from Hebrews 13:1-3, 6 and 1 Corinthians 13 provides valuable insight and infor mation about love. Love is not limited to verbal speech, but relies heavily on what is done. The writer urges the church to let brotherly love continue and do not forget to entertain strangers; for with out knowing they might en tertain angels (vv. 1, 2). He teaches of the type oflove to be demonstrated; brotherly love. This is a love among one another of the faith re gardless of race, creed, na tionality, hair texture, or economic/social status. This is true love. This is the love The church today must learn to show its godly love by accommodating her brothers or sisters who cross her path. The church must not judge or pick and choose based upon looks, positions, or status This verse came real to me when I pastored a church and a certain homeless man would oftentimes stop by the church. On one Sunday af ternoon after church, I was preparing to meet with some members and the gentleman stopped by and asked for me. Going into the meeting I delayed seeing the man. Someone brought my son to me and he was crying. I We must be careful how we entertain strangers be cause we never know that we might entertain angels! 1 Corinthians 13 teaches the church what true love is all about. It provides the church with a detailed description of what love is and what love does. It even places a value on love. You can have a silver tongue, able to speak flowery words prophecy blessings upon blessings, and have the faith to move mountains, but if you don't have love you are nothing (vv. 1, 2). Love is patient, kind, not self-seeking, reJOices in truth, and thinks no evil (vv. 4-6). Love knows how to behave. Love testifies of Love bears and endures, believes and hopes; it never fails (vv. 7, 8). Just as God, love does not give up on someone. Love believes that there is good in the worse and everyone can change. You can have it all, but no matter what you have, you need love. This love is not about romance, but about God. This is true love! This is loving God's way! Q tn w :::) .... i:t w > w 1 CHURCH DIRECTORY Q w J: tn :::l ID :::) Q. z .J .J :::) ID .J w z z w tn g 0 .J &L. ID CD w a.: ST. JOHN CATHEDRAL 3401 E. 25th Avenue,T ampa, FL (Comer Of 34th St. & 25th Ave. ) Phone: (813) 248-3737 Or (813) 248-3651 Fax: 242-8076 Careline: 248-HELP Bishop Eddilllewkirk, Sr. Pastor WEEKLY WORSH. SCHEDULE 8:00 A M. Spiritual Enrichment 9:45A.M. Sunday School/ Orientation 10:45 Worship Service (Youth Church 2nd And 3rd Sundays) 12:00 Noon Intercessory Prayer wiBible Study Wednesclar. 5:ro P.M. Free Tutorial 6:45 P. M. & Youth Mid Week Service Email Us At: stjministries@aolcom Mission Statement: A Owrdt of the inner city reachingout to the comnu7ily by ministeri1g to the whole man." OUtrea:tt Ministry: OOAH COMMUNITY, t-OJSE OF lYDIA BISHOP ElliE .... Jad PASIOIMDIEY.._ llEV. WALTa J. W1UIAMS Pastor Emeritus Early Morning Worship7 :55A. M Sunday Morning Worship-9:30A.M. Morning WOrship 10:55 A M Wed. Family N ig,t 7 P M For Transportation Call (813)486-7890 Dee. Kelvin OeCounsey Chairman, Deacons' Minis Morning Worship 11:00 A.M YPWW6 :00 P M Evening Worship 7:00P. M TUESDAY & FRIDAY Evening Service 7 :00P. M SAII\T .JA:\1ES A.M.E. CI!l:Rcll OF PR<)(;H.ESS \ 'ILL\(;E, ll'\C. saoa 86th Street South Tampa, Florida 33619 (813) 677-2411 Sund.t\: 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 UMIU:La, Pastor Weekly Activities St.May Chl..rc:h School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship 10:45 A M Bible Class 4 :30 P M Evening Worship 5 P M Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 P M Bible Study 7 :30 P FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF PRO&RESS VIUA8E 8722 Progrese BIYd., lampe, FL 33619 Church Office : (813) 677 Pastor's Office : (813) 672.()389 AcademyOifioe : (813) en-5968 : Fax : 672-<>514 E-Mall. fboopvtampabay .rr.oom OR. SAIIIIAlWELL, 51. Seni or T eachlng Pastor Adult/Children Worship Times 720 A.M. & 10:55 A.M. 4:1!:1!f111!aiiJ't Sunday :45A.M & Youth/ Children Tuesday 11 A.M. AdtA Wednesday 7 P M Youth/ Children 720P. M .Adt.*:


September Celebrants Birthday wishes go out to Nathaniel Cherry (9/1), Lee Parker (9/1), Mattie Phillipa (9/4), John An keroum (9/9), Linda Homer (9/9), C. Green (9/14) Vernetta McAdoo (9/21) Trayana Barnum (9/24), and Johnnie Mae Haley (9/25). Happy belated birthday to Mrs. N athaleen Nix (9/16) and Mrs. Shirley Griffen (9 / 23). Hope your da y s were all that y ou wanted them to be smooches, and wish you man y more. Sick And Shut-Ins Let us not forget the sick and shut-ins: Mary Monts, Elizabeth Bethea, Perethia King, Lena Daniels, Leona Williams, Ella Churchill, James Green, Diana Williams, Berth M. Kemp, Ralph Williams, Maijorie Guest, Phyllis Akes, Mat tie Mills and Arlean Evans. Let us pray for each other we are all in this together! Sympathy Our condolences to the Logan family in the passing of their loved one Mr. Rudolph Logan. He will be greatly mis s ed b y thos e who knew him Funeral services were at the 34th Street Church, Rev. Thomas Scott, pastor. It was held on Sat. Sept. 22nd. Ma y each of you seek the Lord for strength, comfort and guidance during this time of bereavement. MOUNT PLEASANT M. B. CHURCH 2002 N Rome Avenue* (Corner of Rome Ave. and Spruce St.) P.O. Box 4724 Tampa Dr C. T. Kitdand, 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 WORSHIP11 A. M. 1ST SUNDAYS 5 PM Family Series Hour (B.T.U.) 6 PM-Lord's Supper (Communion) TUESDAYS 6 PM Prayer Service 7 PM -General Bible Study 7 PM Youth Bible Study DR. C.T.IIRILMD, Pastor TAPE MINISTRY Order On Une At Web Site Or Call Church WEB SITE: MtPieasantMBChurch.org R Civic Council OfP. V. A Literac y Round Table will be held Saturday, S e p tember 29th at Progress Vil lage Recreation Center, 9:30-11:30 a m. President Linda Washington. Pastor's Appreciation True Praise Institutional Baptist Church in Douglas, Georgia, observed their 5th Appreciation for Bishop Elect Andre' A. Wright, Founder Pastor/Teacher on Sunday, August 26, 2012. The theme was: God's Anointed With A Vision For The Future. Traveling to share in this appreciation was: his mom Eloise; godmother, Anna Harris; aunt, Virgie Miles; and ni ece s Lelani and Te'yanna, all of Tampa Visitors From Ft. Valley GA, were: aunt Corine; and cousin Jerry. Other special gu e sts from Tampa were: Minister Fred Sanders (brother) who gave the Appreciation Sunday School-9:45a. m Morning Worship 11 a .m. Even ing Worship 5 p.m Prayer Meeting Tuesday -7 :30 p m Vis i tors Are Welcome GRACE MARY MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 3901 N 37th St (813) 248-3779 Early Morning Worship 8 A M Sunday School 9 :30 A M Morning Worship -10:50 A.M. Bible Study, Wed. -7 P M Message ; and aunties Hen rietta and Fran. l< sider the things of old Be(/) m The g u es t Minister was in troduced b y his mom Heri etta, singing a solo, Stand By Me. The Appreciation Message came from 2 Corinthians 11 and 12:1-9, "Reeducation of men" Every now and then we need to reeducate our relationship with God." It was extremely enjoyable and spirit-filled. Bishop Elect Andre' received many presentations. His mom (Eloise) pre sented herself and thanked him for being steadfast and remembering his responsi bilities as an under-shepherd for the people ... always show ing love care, patience un derstanding and partiality towards any of the members only teaching the Word at all times. He was greeted by every one with love and smiles. Af terwards a very delicious and tasty dinner was served. I leave this scripture with you ... Remember ye not the former things, neither conhold I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it: I will even make a way in the wilderness and rivers into desert. Isaiah 43:18-19 Thought For Today Challenges are what makes life interesting. Over coming them is what makes life meaningful. Scripture "Rejoicing in hope patient in tribulation continuing in prayer. Roman 12:12 F.Y.I. Remember to register to vote and pray for Pres. Barack Obama and family, the service men and women, public servants, homeless, missing, and each other. Remember our helper in the kitchen Shu-Lon s Kitchen at 813 -7419760. Call your news into Glo ria McNair-Johnson at 813-735-7968. 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 UntiEW Will lAIII Pastor "l Clucb-Tile Love Of 6od Flows And The Holy 8host Is In Full Collbol." m 3: aJ m :::D "TT r-0 :2 (/) m z :::! z m r-aJ c: rrgJ z ., c: m !: en % m c m < m -4 c: m en c ,., z c "TT :2 c C) m ..... I m


Local co N a: w ID ::::E w ID. w UJ Genesis WorshiP Center Presents 'Kingdom Principles 01 Choice' 9 Minister Rebecca Simmons was the Chairperson for "Kingdom Principles of Choice (Matthew 6:33) at Genesis Worship Center where Rev. Alfonzo a: Broughton is the Senior Pastor. I.L The seFVice was held at 4 p. m. on Sunday, September 16, 2012. Shawanda Brown presided. The powerful speakers were Elder Lea Smith, whose topic was 'God's Love Is One Just As God Is One;' Phyllis English, 'You Reap What You Sow, Because You Are Not The Only Sower;' and Elder Terri Parker-Roe, 'Living In Kingdom Principle Love.' Also on the program were: Destiny Praise Team, Eva Simon, JoAnn Marshall, Rogena Glean, St. John Adult Dancers, Genesis Sanctuary Choir, Minister Kevin Lyons, Deneen Jones and final remarks from Pastor Broughton. (Photos by Julia Jackson) Shawanda Brown was the Mistress ofCer emonies. JoAnn Marshall, a member of Peace Bap tist, read the scripture. c a: I.L c z < c UJ w :::: 1-> a: w > L-........ _.._-A .... The first speaker during w the service was Elder Lea Phyllis English, a member of Mt. Tabor MB Church, T. D. Leonard, pastor, was the second speaker. The third speaker, Elder Terri Parker-Roe, is a mem ber of St. John Cathedral. J: Smith, a spiritual daughter of Bishop Eddie Newkirk at 1D St. John Cathedral. :::: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------D. z tii ...1 ...1 :::: ID celebration Sawrday, September 29,2012 7 P.M. FAITH CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 561 0 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. Tampa. FL 33619 PutQrs: Reoi. Roolewlt and Marion Crawford All Otolrs. Soloim ve Invited co lift up the IWI'Ie ol jesus. For more infonnation: Sis. Jewel Davis (727) 560..0 171 If space is available Oh, let me ling about &Jthlullove and justke! twanrro,q p,...,cofou,Lordt Psalm 101:1 GREATER BETHEL M. B. CHURCH 1207 N. Jefferson Street-(813) 229-1390 119th ANNUAL FELLOWSHIP DAY and REVIVAL Prayer Ootober 18-18 6:30P.M. Servlcce Fellowship October 21 Day Sunday School 9:15A.M. Morning Worship 11 :00 A.M. Revival October 22-24 7:00 P.M. Rev. 0. Jennaine Simmons, Sr. '-----------------------------------------' Jacob Chapel Baptist Qturch Theme: Serve The LORD With Gladness Pastor Tallahassee, Fl < a i co L "Serve the LORD with gladness: come before his presence with singing. Psalms 100:2 J W ... 1 1-A (!) Colors: Purple and White Q. Minister Rebecca Sim mons was the program chairperson. Pastor Alfonzo Broughton listened to each speaker. Charles Samuels enjoying Deneen Jones gave words the service. of thanks. The Genesis Worship Center Sanctuary Choir provided musical entertainment. BE REVIVED! Tired of livi Where: Thursday's Speaker: Friday's Speaker: APOSTLE L.M. COLE, SR. PASTOR FLOYD A. WALTERS, JR. :liZ"'"........., _,.. __ International Fellowship Temple Terrace, FL Riverview, FL


ill Local Insurance Business oners Unique Service Walk-AThon Planned For Cancer Awareness BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Becky Silas is proud to be one of few African American women who can say they own and operate their own insur ance company Ms. Silas has been a licensed insurance agent for 5 years, and is the owner of Instant Insurance. She also owns Instant Tax Service, and has been in the tax business for 10 years. Ms. Silas said she tries to keep down payments low, insure everyone, and offer great customer service I think what makes this BECKY SILAS office successful is its loca tion. We promise to get you the lowest rates possible, and affordable monthly payments. "We have a unique partner ing with Instant Tax and also offer fax loan, and notary servic es Ms. Silas said she loves what she does, and she enjoys helping people. I try to establish great rap port with people so they will come back, or refer others to this office "Because we are so unique, I consider this a one-stop cen ter where you can take care of your auto, home, and life insurance and also get your taxes taken care of." Instant Insurance and Instant Tax Services are located at 1739 East Hillsborough Avenue. BY GWEN HAYES Sentinel Editor The month of October is set aside at Breast Cancer Awaren e ss Month. There are numerous events planned throughout the month that focus attention on breast can cer. For the past few years, Shelia Shaw-Lillie has been spearheading a Breast Cancer Awareness event through the Mission Department' s Sisters in Fellowship, an organization at her church, Palm River Church of God in Christ. Elder Willie Fowler is the pastor. SHEUASHAW-ULLIE church, located at 1304 S. 58th St. Walkers will travel from the church to Palm River Road and back to the church. Dinner will follow. Minister launches Social Networking Page "Since we ve been doing this, we've had so many peo ple who have cancer or know someone with cancer, or affected in some way through cancer, Mrs. Shaw-Lillie, stated. This year, the group has decided that its event, a walk-a-thon, will be for Cancer Awareness. "That means all forms of cancer, The Sisters in Fellowship committee is asking for names to be submitted of cancer survivors or those who may have lost their lives to cancer. The names will be placed on a banner that will be on display during the walk-a-thon. The banner will 0 also honor Missionary F. :!:! (La) Patterson and First Lady Mother Mae-Fowler, en both of Palm Rive:r; COGIC m who lost their lives to breast Z cancer The deadline to submit names is October 6th. m BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel Staff Writer Dr. Belay D. Reddick, a minister and current federal inmate, has launched a social networking page called "Partnership For Prevention and Guidance." I did this in response to the number of fatherless Black males who are at a loss for positive role models. "My goal is to help train fatherless African American males on issues of conflict to avoid and let them know about the value of education in their lives. The launching of this page is one of the ways DR. BELAY D. REDDICK African American men can share the lessons they' ve learned about life and manho.od with fatherless Black boys across the country. Dr. Reddick said he wants fatherle s s Black m a les to po s t WORSHIP EXPERIENCE: Benefit Spiritual Concert For Sister Sonia Frankli Date: Sunday,Septernber30,2012 3:30p.m. Place: Mount Tabor M. B. Church 2606 W. Grace Street Tampa, FL 33607 Pastor T.D. Leonard Rftl'it'ltl Progressive Baptist Association Moderator: Dr. C. T. Kirkland questions about life so con cerned adult Black males can address them. I h()pe fatherless Black boys will be enthusiastic about it. she stated, "including men, women and children. To find out more about this new networking page, you can contact Dr. Belay D. Reddick at 2680 U S. Highway 301 South, C Unit, Jessup, Georgia 31599 The walk-a-thon will be held on Sunday October 14, 2012, 3:30 p. m., following the Cancer Awareness Worship Service, at the For additional information ,... or questions, please call Mrs. Shaw-Lillie at (813) 446rMORTGAGE BURNING New Bethel Progressive Missionary Baptist Church 3011 E. North Bay Street, Tampa, FL 33610 Rev. Reginal Webb NUt' Sister Deborah Webb Invite you to our MORTGAGE btmNINS SERVICE of fire &-cuni!;; A 30 Year Mortgage paid off in 8 years!! Luke 18:27 Sunday, September 30, 2012 4:00P.M. GUEST SPEAKER Pastor Edwin Coffie, Sr. Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Palm FL ::! z c m c en :I: m c m < m -1 c m en c > z c ::D c


a: w m :E Families Unite For Big Reunion Celebration There was no better place to be than a guest of the D.. Redding-Carter-Mitchell-Robinson Family Reunion. This event set the standard on how family reunions are sup >posed to be held and the joy of fellowship people enjoy who haven't seen each other in years. (PHOTOS BY ct SYLVFSTER HARRIS) u.,,.... ___ __, c 1L C Representing the Redding family at the reunion were, Z Rhynette and her granddaughter, Nytisia Wilkerson. c( c 0 w :::: 1> a: w > w Representing the Mitchell family were, J. W. Mitchell, Runette, and Cynthia. Voter RegistrationYou Have Until Oct. 9th To Register To Vote Early Voting For General Election Oct. 28 -Nov. 3 Only 1 Week In Florida General Eledion -Nov. 6 Redding-Carter-Jenkins-Harris boys at the reunion were: Marcus, Quentin, Allen, Bernard, Robert, Jr., and Larry, Jr. Cousins at the reunion were Marcus, Quentin, Allen, Larry, Jr., Nytisia Wilkerson, and some friends. It may not look like it, but Tiffany Robinson won the watennelon eating contest. Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick were special guests at the reunion. Redding family members attending the reunion were, Syronge Redding and her sons, Jaquan and Jaquavius Bell. Members of the Gardner family attended the reunion. They are Portia, Ashley, Kuma, and Zaria. Other guests at the reunion were James and Sharon Williams. More family members at the reunion were: 0 to r, back row) Ronnie, Larry, Robert, Beverly, and Barbara. Up front is Rose.


West Riverfront Communitv President Upset With Park Plans BY LEON B. CREWS Sentinel StaffWriter When Mrs. Ruth McNair read an article in this past Sunday's paper about the Ju.lian Lane Riverfront Park, she was very upset. But, that's not the only concern she has for her community Mrs. McNair is the West Riverfront Neighborhood Association President, and as far as Mayor Bob Buckhorn's plans are concerned for the Riverfront Park Ms. MeN air said she doesn 't like any of it. "As soon as I read the arti cle, I called Councilman Frank Reddick. I don't like the idea the mayor has for the park. I think his plans would negatively impact our neighborhood. "We don't need the extra traffic, parking problems, loud music, and noise. We also don't feel this park is adequate for the number of people they want to attract to it. Mrs. McNair said she will be addressing this issue again, and she wants to make sure nothing is done without consulting with the residents first. Mrs. McNair said there is another problem in her community that's gotten out of MRS. RUTH MCNAIR control. "A couple of years ago, we started having students from the University of Tampa moving into the community. At first, that wasn t a prob lem, but over the years, more have moved in. Now, there are hundreds of them, and they've started having house parties two or three times a week." Mrs. MeN air said the students have been seen coming in large groups, either on their own or in taxi cabs, to attend these house parties. "I've personally seen very large groups coming and going. They leave a lot of trash on the streets, and I've taken pict'ures of the mess they leave behind. They have BARBARA 1. 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At least, they cared enough to ask. "I know they have taxi cabs leaving the University of Tampa campus, bringing these students into the neighborhood by the dozens." Councilman Reddick said he's talked to Ms. McNair about this, and he 's working on the problem. "I wasn't aware they were renting out the properties to college students. w_e are sending letters to the property owners and putting them on notice to get these problems taken care of. "I've asked Code Enforce ment inspectors to look into this, and I've been getting calls about these weekly parties. This isn't fair to the people of this community. These parties are going on until the early hours, and that's disrespectful. Councilman Reddick said as far as the Riverfront Park is concerned, he's told Mrs. McNair that Riverfront is a neighborhood park and should stay that way. "I grew up playing in that park. It was something that area desperately needed. Now, the mayor wants to turn it into a version of Curtis Hixon with restaurants, and other things to draw in tourists. "If the mayor wants to turn Riverfront Park into a gath ering place, I won t support his proposal. This is all a part of the plans for the Riverwalk Project. Councilman Reddick said he understands the need for the area to be redeveloped, but not at the expense of the residents. "With the shutting down of the pool and the shelter for the row boats and other equipment, it doesn' t look like a public park anymore. "Why should the University of Tampa dictate how we use a public park? We can't let that happen. First Annual Communitv Wide Food Drive Planned BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The Eckerd Community Alternatives is preparing to kick off its First Annual Community Wide Competitive Food Drive. The purpose of the drive is to help support the mission of the Hillsborough County Family Partnership Alliance. The Hillsborough County Family Partnership Alliance supports foster and adoptive parents, relative and non-relative caregivers, independent living youth, working poor, and others. The competition is designed to challenge agen cies and community groups to participate in the food drive. Some of the agencies who have registered include: The Department of Children and Families, Eckerd, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Office of Attorney General, Guardian Ad Litem's Office the Judiciary, and Dependency Case Management Organizations Mrs. Lolita Shirley, Executive Director of Eckerd Community Alternatives Hillsborough said, "In order for this to be a success (defined as stocking the food pantry for an entire year), we need more agencies to help us pull this off." The competition will begin on October 1st and will end on October 15th. All agencies must register to participate no later than October 1St. The agency that raises the most food will be recognized MRS. 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Correction Congratulations, Mr. Mayor! Congratulations Mayor Gow B. Fields on being elected as the President of the Florida League of Mayors. In 2010, he was elected as Mayor of the City of Lakeland, after serving as a City Commissioner since 1992. Agencies Plan For Teen Pregnancy Prevention During the month of August, representatives of various agencies of Polk County participated in a meeting led by the Healthly Start Coalition of Hardee, Highlands and Polk Counties, Inc., Polk Teen Pregnancy Prevention Alliance (TPPA). The meeting held at The Salvation Army, in Lakeland, was facilitated by Kylia Carswell. There was discussion about 'Let's Talk' month which is held during October. TPP A members plan to attend high school football games to share prevention information with teens, parents and the community. Everyone was encouraged to support the Macy's 'Shop for a Cause on Sat., Aug. 25th. All proceeds raised were given, by Macy's, to TPPA Thank you, Macy 's for your concern and contribution to this cause. The Youth Leadership Team (YLT) shared that it has been approved that students who are YLT members will receive community service hours for attending monthly meetings. YLT's Making a Difference curriculum is being taught at the Florida Sheriffs Youth Villa, Bay Area Youth Services and PACE Center for Girls. In attendance at the meeting were: Marquinia Butts-Fisher, TPPA Program Manager; Jamie Drake, Youth Prevention Specialist; Spring Dority, Administrative Assistant; Janese Acree, Jennifer Haynes, Kylia Carswell, Linda Willis, Taniya Armstrong, Aimee Almon, LaTonnja Key, Robbin Chapman, Phyllis Talbot, Colleen Pizzuti, Eshia Smith, Talana Bethea, LaTicia Cason and Karen Rudolph. Crime Prevention Expo Held On Saturday, Sept. 15th, the Polk State CollegeWinter Haven Campus served as the hostsite for the Preventing Crime Through Community Partnerships Crime Prevention Expo. The event was presented by Polk County Law Enforcement Agencies in partnership with the NAACP branches of Lakeland, Lake Wales and Winter Haven Informative sessions given were: Gang Awareness -Lakeland Police Department, Drug Prevention -The Polk County Sheriff's Office, Cyber Safety -Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Bullying -Haines City Police Department. Assisting in these sessions were members of the Bartow, Lake Hamilton, Lake Wales and Winter Haven police departments. Participants received a CD of program information. Happy Birthday To You Belated happy birthday wishes are also extended to former Lakeland lady Tiffany Hayes (WNBA's Atlanta Dream Guard) who celebrated her birthday on Sept. 2oth and to Reverend Jimmy Thompson, who celebratess his birthday on Sept. 29th. Special happy birthday wishes are extended to two 'Super-Men' in our family ... my father-in-law, John Shaw, a/k/a 'Pops,' of Lakeland, (Oct. 2nd) and my uncle, Sylvester Gordon, Sr., a/k/a 'Uncle Shorty' of Rochester, NY (Oct. 1st). Happy birthday wishes are also extended to Deacon AI Smith, of Tampa, (Oct. 1st) and to Katrina Faison, of Plant City, and Brenda Griffin, of Lakeland, who both will celebrate another natal day on October 4, 2012. May each of you be blessed with many more years oflife! Happy Anniversary Special wishes for a happy anniversary go out to Bennie and Christian Willingham, as they celebrate their 4th wedding anniversary on October 4th. May the Lord continue to bless this union. Shaw-NtifShout-Out This week's Shaw-Nuf Shout-Out goes out to Lakeland lady, Evangelist Nedra Butler, who is busy about her Fa th er's business. Evangelist Butler is spreading the gospel via radio, blog and in person. Last Friday evening, brought forth a strong word of encouragement to women who attended the Women of Power's Unceasing Harvest Conference at the Imperial Swann Hotel, in Lakeland. Thank you, Evangelist Butler for letting go and letting God use you! It is the prayer of Shaw-Nuf that you will continue to be a strong vessel for the Lord. Talk To Shaw-Nuf Shaw-Nuf Talk wants to hear from yott. 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 Florida Sentinel Bulletin with Shaw-Ntif Talk by sending an e-mail to: shawnuftalk@yahoo.com or calling (863) 513-8437. Shaw-Nuf Talk will share your excit ing news with the reader ship! 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Conflicting reports, pegged the blame on security guards at the factory, accused of purposely start ing trouble and provoking workers housed at the plant, and beating them up. c a: legislators Anend 19th Annual NBCSl Health Conference LL c INDIANAPOLIS, IN Z Black lawmakers from < across the United States will convene on October 5, 2012 as the National Black Caucus of State Legislators .,_ (NBCSL) hosts its 19th Annual Black America' s w Dialogue on Health [i Conference at the Indiana c State Capitol. Focused on "Raising Our U) Health Status Through :::i Medical Innovation, Treatment and a. Delivery," the event high Z lights three areas of innova fii tion: 1) expanding research ::::t and development pipelines :: to produce more personal m ized medicines for African ...J w Americans 2) creating and implementing affordable z health insurance exchanges, and 3) coordinating patient < centered healthcare deliv C ery 0: NBCSL legislators will dis g cuss the following: LL How to strength e n partnerships between the private sector, federal govern ment major research institutions already receiving federal research grants and Historically Black Colleges Universities that already serve vulnerable populations, in order to produce more personalized medicines for African Americans and other communities of color. How to help more American s gain insurance coverage by implementing state-established health insurance exchanges. And, how to increase access to patient-centered care and treatment by implementing Accountable Care Organizations, which coordinate care between primary care physicians, therapists, hospitals, and the like. The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling of the Affordable Care Act gives this annual meeting a spe cial focus as it spotlights the current health status of the nation' s underserved and minority populations and provides a space for dialogue around the policy changes needed to reduce health disparities and improve health equity. 13-Year-Oid Pens Middle School Success Guide Madu Eneli, an eighth grader from Texas, wrote a guide to academic and per. sonal success for other middle schoolers. Students can sometime s find the transition into mid dle school s tressful and chal lenging s o one eighth grader u s ed his e x perienc e to cr e at e a r oad m a p f or success. Madu Eneli, of Hark e r Height s, Texa s published a book titl e d '1<\m I R e ady for Middl e School? 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:a c en m -t m 3: Ill m :a Notice of Public Hearing A public hearing will be held by the Zoning Hearing Master, pursuant to Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, beginning at 6:00p.m., October 15, 2012, at the Board Room, 2nd floor of the County Center, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd Tampa, to hear the following requests. Copies of the applications, department reports and legal descriptions are available for public inspection in a master file maintained by the Planning and Growth Management Department, the Board of County Commissioners and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. All interested persons wishing to submit testimony or other evidence in this matter must submit same to the Hearing Master at the public hearing before him/her. The recommendation of the Zoning Hearing Master will be filed with the Clerk within fifteen (15) working days after the conclusion of the public hearing. The review of the Zoning Hearing Master's recommendation by the Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County shall be restricted to the record as defined in Hillsborough County Ordinance 92-05, unless additional evidence and/or oral argument is permitted pursuant to the terms of the ordinance. ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION MADE BY THE ZONING HEARING MASTER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISEDTHATTHEYWILL NEED A RECORD OFTHE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH Pl,.IRPOSE, THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. Additional information concerning these requests may be obtained by calling the Department of Planning and Growth Management at (813) 272-5920. SPECIAL USE REQUESTS Petition SU-AB 12-Q354-BR (AB), filed on 02/22/2012 by Winbran, Inc., represented by Todd Pressman, of P .O. Box 6015, Palm Harbor, FL 34685, ph 727-804-1760 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-RX (Beer wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises only in connection with a restaurant). The property is 4,022 sq. ft. and is presently zoned PO (81-0234). It is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 29 Range 20 or 701 W Lumsden Rd, Suite 705-715 (Oak Park Plaza). Petition SU-AB 12-Q355-BR (AB), filed on 02/22/2012 by Winbran, Inc., represented by Todd Pressman, of P.O. Box 6015, Palm Harbor, FL 34685, ph 727-804-1760, requesting a distance separation wavier for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 3-PS (Beer, wine and liquor to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales)) The property is 1,227 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (810234). It is located in all or parts of Section 34 Township 29 Range 20 or 701 W Lumsden Rd. # 717 (Oak Park Plaza). Petition SU-AB 12-o695-ER (AB), filed on 7/9/12 by Talipar, LLC, represented by Timothy G. Hayes, of 21859 State Road 54# 200, Lutz FL 33549, 813-949-6525, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP (Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 1,700 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (89-0045). It is located in all or parts of Section 08 Township 27 Range 20 or 10018 Cross Creek Blvd. Petition SU-AB 12-Q708-GCN (AB), filed on 7/17/2012 by Paula Maria Moreno Paz, of 1512 W. Park Ln., Tampa, FL 33603 ph 813-532-0984, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP (Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises) The property is 1,354 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (76-0166). It is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 27 Range 18 or 3853 Northdale Blvd. Petition SU-AB 12-0760-NWH (AB), filed on 08/10/2012 by Vincent A Marchetti, of 625 E. Twiggs St., # 100 Tampa, FL 33602 ph 813-318-5700, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-APS (Beer and wine to be sold in sealed containers only for consumption off the licensed premises (package sales)). The property is 5,928 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (96-0308) It is located in all or parts of Section 19 Township 28 Range 17 or SW cor of W. Hillsborough Ave. & Double Branch Rd. Petition SU 12-0776-TH (LE), filed on 08/15/2012 by June Engineering Cosultants, Inc., represented by Molloy & James, of 325 S Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813254-7157, requesting a Special Use for Land Excavation. The property is 89 22 ac (overall) and is presently zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 16 & 21 Township 28 Range 20 or NW cor of C.R. 579 & Joe Ebert Rd. Petition SU 12-Q791-GCN (AB), filed on 08/17/2012 by Jeff Sproat, of 10019 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., #100, Tampa FL 33618, ph 813-389-8536 requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 3,564 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (84-0359). It is located in all or parts of Section 16 Township 28 Range 18 or 10019 N Dale Mabry Hwy Petition SU 12-Q798-GCN (AB), filed on 08/20/2012 by Whole Foods Market Group, Inc., represented by Grace Yang, Gray Robinson, PA, of P.O. Box 3324, Tampa FL 33601, ph 813-273-5043, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 31, 495 sq ft and is presently zoned PO (76-0166). It is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 27 Range 18 or 3802 Northdale Blvd. Petition SU 12-0799-LMS (LE), filed on 08/21/2012 by Southwest Florida Water Management, represented by Jesus Marly, PE, of 12315 Wycliff Pl., Tampa, FL 33626, ph 813-404-8872, requesting a Special Use Permit for Land Excavation. The property is 1,836 ac and is presently zoned AR. It is located in all or parts of Section 22, 27, 28, 31, 32 & 33 Townsh i p 32 Range 18 or W/S of U.S. Hwy 41, 200' NE of Val roy Rd. Petition SU 12-0800-CPV (AB), filed on 08/21/2012 by The Mossad Corporation of 8556 Gunn Hwy., Odessa, FL 33556, ph 813-598-2718, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcoholic Beverage Permit 4-COP-X (Beer, wine and liquor for sale and consumption on the licensed premises). The property is 1,206 sq ft and is presently zoned CPV G-1 (04-0315). It is located in all or parts of Section 35 Township 27 Range 17 or 8556 Gunn Hwy Petition SU 12-Q801-GCN (Priv-Sch), filed on 08/21/2012 by Bishop Raymond Arroyo, of 7212 Blossom Ave Tampa FL 33614, ph 813-545-5232, requesting a Special Use Permit for a Church, Child Care & School. The property is 2.75 ac and is presently zoned RSC-6. It is located in all or parts of Section 14 Township 28 Range 18 or 10902 N .. Armenia Ave Petition SU 12-Q802-BR (AB), filed on 08/21/2012 by Cork & Olive Wine Bar & Cafe, LLC, represented by Marcia Alfonso, of3945 Applegate Cir., Brandon FL ph 813-404-1498, requesting a distance separation waiver for an Alcohol i c Beverage Permit 2-COP (Beer and wine for sale and consumption on and off the licensed premises). The property is 2,842 sq ft and i s presently zoned PO (03-0861) .1t is located in all or parts of Section 1 Township 30 Range 20 or 1024 & 1026E. Bloomingdale Ave. Petition SU 12-Q805-GCN, filed on 08/23/2012 by Bricklemyer Smolker & Solves, P.A. of 500 E. Kennedy Blvd., #200, Tampa, FL 33602, ph 813-223-3888, requesting a Special Use Permit for a Non-Conforming Use Expansion. The property is 6.8 ac and is presently zoned CG & RSC-6. It is located in all or parts of Section 01 Township 28 Range 18 or E/S of N. Florida Ave., 150' N/0 E. 145th Ave. REZONING REQUESTS Petition RZ-PD 12-Q718TNC, filed on 07/19/2012 by Rocky Creek Retirement Prop., Inc represented by Craig A. Minegar, Winderweedle, of P.O. Box 880, Winter Park, FL 32790-0880, ph 407-423-4246, requesting a zone change from RSC-6 to PD. The property is .52 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 23 Township 28 Range 17 or N/S of Majestic Ln. 100 W/0 Foxcroft Dr. Petition RZ-PD 12-Q719-BR, filed on 07/19/2012 by StorCon Development, LLC of 2106 Bispham Rd., # B, Sarasota, FL 34231, ph 813-310-8520, requesting a zone change from AS 1, BPO, & RSC-3 to PD. The property is 5.71 acres and is located in all or parts of Section 11 Township 30 Range 20 or S/S of Bloomingdale Ave., 700' E/0 Holland Dr. Petition RZ-STD 12-Q720-SM, filed on 07/19/2012 by Martha R. Williams, of 10920 Old Hillsborough Ave., Tampa, FL 33610, ph 813-494-2296, requesting a zone change from PO to AS-1 The property is 1.24 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 33 Township 28 Range 20 or N/S of Old Hillsborough Ave., 500' E/0 Williams Rd. Petition RZ-STD 12-Q721-USF, filed on 07/20/2012 by WGK Holdings LLC, represented by Werner Heymann, of 15602 Donzi Dr., Hudson, FL 34667, ph 727-457-1600, requesting a zone change from RDC-12 to RMC-20. The property is 1 20 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 07 Township 28 Range 19 or W/S of N. 20th St., 400 S/0 E 131st Ave. Petition RZ-STD 12-0730-ER, filed on 07/27/2012 by Marie G Fitch, Trustee represented by Todd Pressman, of 334 E. Lake Rd. #102, Palm Harbor, FL 34685, ph 727-804-1760 requesting a zone change from AS-1 to BP-0. The property is .49 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 13 Township 28 Range 22 or NW cor of Swindell & N County Line Rd. Petition RZ-RV 12-.D804-RV, filed on 08/23/2012 by K. Hovnanian Windward Homes LLC, represented by Molloy & James, of 325 S. Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254-7157 requesting a zone change from AS-1 to RSC-9 (R). The property is 5.34 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 09 Township 30 Range 20 or 670' S/0 Watson Rd., mi E/0 Providence Rd. Petition RZ-STD 12-Q806-GCN, filed on 08/23/2012 by Hillsboro Farms, represented by Kevin Mineer AICP of 3910 US Hwy 301, #140, Tampa, FL, ph 813-620-4500, requesting a zone change from AS-1 & PO (83-0372) to CG (R). The property is 7.6 ac and is located in all or parts of Section 28 Township 27 Range 18 or W/S of N. Dale Mabry Hwy 700' N/0 Northgreen Ave. MAJOR MODIFI(;ATION REQUESTS Petition MM-PD 12-Q712-BR, filed on 07/18/2012 by Dorothy T. Brock, represented by Susan E. Johnson-Velez, of 607 W Bay St., Tampa, FL 33606, ph 813-254-4150, requesting a major modification to add residential as an approved use The property is 6.64 acres and is presently zoned PO (08-0270). It is located in all or parts of Section 15 Township 29 Range 20 or W/S of Parsons Ave. 600' S/0 Windhorst Rd. .... N r-0 en m z :::! z m r-Ill c: r r m :::! z c: Ill r-u; ::a: m c m < m :a < -t c: m en c )> z c :a c


N .,... II LEGAL NOTICES II II EMPLOYMENT II w m ::! w t: Notice of Public Hearing w A public hear ing will be held by the Land Use Hearing Officer tn pursuant to H i llsborough County Land Development Code beg i nning at 9:00A.M. October 15,2012, at the Board Room, 2nd Floo r of the County Center 601 E Kennedy B l vd Tampa, to hear I.L the following requests. c I.L c z Ill( c tn w ::;) .... w > w c w ::1: tn :::i m ::;) ll. z _, _, ::;) m _, w z i= z w tn C a: 0 _, I.L Copies of the applications department reports and l ega l descriptions are available for public inspect ion i n a master file mainta ined by the Development Serv i ces Department and the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners All i nterested persons wishing to s u b mit testimony or oth er evid ence i n thi s m atter must submit same to the Hear ing Master at the public hear ing b efore h im/her. The d ecisio n o f the Lan d Use Hearing Off icer will be filed with the Cle r k with i n fifteen ( 15) working days after the conc lusion of the p u b lic h ea r ing ANY PERSON WHO MIGHT WISH TO APPEAL ANY DECISION OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE LAND USE HEARING OFFICER OR THE GOVERNING BODY REGARDING ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THE FORTHCOMING PUBLIC HEARING OR MEETING IS HEREBY ADVISEDTHATTHEYWILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR SUCH PURPOSE THEY MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE AS IT WILL INCLUDE THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH SUCH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED Addit i onal info r mation concern ing t hese reques t s may be obta i ned by calling the Deve lo pment Ser v i ces Department at (813) 272-5920. VARIANCE REQUESTS Petition VAR 12-0487-TNC, Osvaldo L. & Niurka Garcia requesting a Variance to setbacks and to allow accessory dwelling on Legal Non-Conforming Lot for property located at 9015 Tree Valley C ir., zoned RSC6 Petition VAR 12-0657-ER, Jevon K H i bbert requesting a Variance to setbacks for property located at 3003 De Montmollin Rd. zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 12-0724-BR, Faith Zeigler requesting a Variance to setbacks for property located at 710 S. Oakwood Ave., zoned RSC-6. Petition VAR 12-0728-BR, Ambar & Alain Lopez requesting a Vari ance to l ot width and lot size for well and septic for property l ocated at 515 Rosier Rd. zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 12-0729-GCN, Juan M Lima & Yamirka Parra request ing a Variance to for property located at 14903 Glasgow Ct., zoned RSC-6 Petition VAR 12-0763-LU, Fredrick & Karen Mol is requesting a Variance to setbacks on corner lot for property located at 2506 Tylers River Run, zoned AS-1. Petition VAR 12-0764-LU, Eddy Ogbekhilu requesting a Variance to waive distance required for Community Residential Home for property located at 17607 Simmons Rd., zoned ASC-1. Petition VAR 12-0786-RV, St. Joseph s Hea lth Care Center Inc requesting a Sign Variance for property l ocated at 6901 Simmons Loop zoned PD. Petition VAR 12-0788-KO, Keystone Bible Church requesting a Variance to Keystone/Odessa Rural Development Standards for property located at SE corner of Burrell & Tarpon Springs Rd., zoned AR. Petition VAR 12-0789-GCN, Martin Arthur & Louise Root Bearss requesting a Variance to wall height for property located at S/S of Bearss Ave, 500' SW of Lake Magdalene Blvd zoned RSC-9 Petition VAR 12-0790-BR, Victory O i l Investment Proproperties LLC requesting a Variance to SR 60 Overlay District for property located at 1640 W. Brandon Blvd., zoned Cl. Petition VAR 12-0796-GPR, Wat Mongkolratanaram of FL, Inc requesting a Variance to fence height and location for property located at 5306 Palm River Rd., zoned PO (04 0177). IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO. 09-CA-022106 DIVISION A BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Plaintiff(s), vs. MEKONEN BEKELE; et al. Defendant(s). AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t hat Sal e will be made pursuant to an O r der or Fina l Summary Judgment. F inal Judgment was awarded o n January 27, 2012 nunc pro t unc September 8, 2010 in C i vil Case No. : 09-CA-022106, of t h e Circui t Court of the THIRTEENTH Judic i a l Circuit in and for H I LLSBOROUGH County Flor i da where in, BANK OF AMERICA N.A is the P l aint i ff and MEKONEN BEKELE ; F IKIRTE T ASHINE ; BORDEAUX VILLAGE CONDOM I NIUM ASSOCIATION INC. ; AND UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION are Defendants The clerk of the court, Pat Frank, will sell to the h ighes t bidder for cash online at www.hillsborough realforeclose .com at 10:00 A.M. on October 9. 2012, the following described real prope r ty as set forth i n sa i d F inal summary Judgment to wit: UNIT NO 12 IN BUILDING A OF BORDEAUX VILLAGE, A CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO THE DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM RECORDED IN PR BOOK 4333, PAGE 1418 AND AMENDMENTS THERETO, ACCORDING TO CONDOMINIUM PLAT BOOK 6,-PAGE 78, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA; TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN AND ACCCORDANCE WITH AND SUBJECT, HOWEVER, TO ALL OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE SAID DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM OF BORDEAUX VILLAGE. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 12701 N 50TH STREET A12 TAMPA, FL 33617 ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated this 21.11 day of September 2012. Aldridge/Conners, LLP Attorney for Plaintiff(s) 7000 West Palmetto Park Rd. Suite 307 Boca Raton, FL 33433 Phone : 561. 392 .6391 Fax: 561.392 6965 BY: Nallnl Singh FBN: 43700 Pri mary E-Maii:ServiceMail@ aclawllp.com Secondary E-Ma il: NSi ngh@aclawllp .com IMPORTANT If you are a person with a disability who needs an accommodation In order to access court facilities or participate In a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. To request such an accomrnod8tion, please contact Court Administration within 2 of the service Is needed: Complete the Request tor Accommodatlol1ffonn and submit to 800 E. Twiggs Street, ROQ!IW &o4, Tampa, FL ... -==--==c ,.. It -= -==--- c ........ ......... -=.__ Drivers: Local, Great Pay & Benefits Home Everyday Paid Holidays/Vacations 401K COL-A w/X End School Grads Accepted 866-358-3937 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE New Employment Opportunities MANAGER (COMMUNICATIONS CENTER) (NON STANDARD HOURS) $46,945 00 PROGRAM COORDINATOR (MARKETING) $41, 288 00 SENIOR LIBRARY ASSISTANT $24,752 00 SENIOR PARATRANSIT MINIBUS OPERATOR $23,316.00 SENIOR TRANSPORTATION WORKER $27,976.00 SOFTWARE SPECIALIST II (WAN ADMINISTRATION) $53 435 00 See our web s i te at http : //www.hccsb org or vis i t our office at: 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, 17th Floor Tampa FL. Preference in i nitial apt. w ill be given to e l igible vets & eligible spouses of vets. II AA/EEO Employer FOR RENT II USF Area 13050 N. 20th Street 2 Story 2 Bedroom Town home Free Water Optional Washer/Dryer Section 8 Ok Free One Month Only $685.00 Call 813-220-3633 lHIS Bt CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 FOR DETAILS ON PLACING YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ---------_ ________________ __


., :::D c II LEGAL NOTICES II II HOMES FOR RENT II -4 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY AVIATION AUTHORITY (AUTHORITY) RFP No. 12-534-060 Federal Governmental Affairs Consulting Services Sealed proposals for Federal Governmental Affairs Consulting Serv i ces will be received from firms by the Authority at Tampa International Airport Offices located at 4100 George J Bean Parkway Suite 3311 Ma i n Terminal, 3rd F l oor Blue Side, Tampa F lorida 33607. Solic i tation documents and detailed requirements will be available on the Tampa International Airport website at www.tampaairport.com Airport Bus i ness Notice of Solicitations on Wednesday, September 26, 2012. FUNDING OPPORTUNITY RFP: 2012-2013 HEALTH-RELATED GRANTS AND MBEIWBE RELATED GRANTS RFP ISSUE DATE: OCTOBER 1, 2012 The H ills borough County Hospital Authority (the Authority") is soliciting written proposals for health related and MBEIWBE r e lated grants for the Authority s October 1 201. 2 September 30 2013 f i sca l year. On l y eli g i ble Florida not-for-prof i t corporations may apply A maximum of three (3) grants, capped at a maximum of $10 000 each, may be awarded. A complete description of grant and proposal requirements is contained in the Authority s RFP to be issued October 1 2012 Interested parties may obtain a copy of the RFP onl i ne at http :/ /bit.ly/RFPOct2012 or by contacting Ms Sheree Fish by email, at fishs@hillsboroughcounty.org, or by phone at 813-272-5670 The Authority reserves the rightto award fewer than three (3) grants or to reject all submitted proposals and award no grants. The proposal submittal deadline Is 5:00 p.m. (EST) on November 1, 2012. II EMPLOYMENT All candidates must complete the HCC application onlin e and apply for the advertised position i n order to be considered. Empjpyn)e,nt website htqm//jobs. job description and Instructions .. aPJ:lilaitloil and (2) apply for position. 1 s $71.814 to $118,207 based on the and experience of the selected candidate for this position doses on October 9 2012. Hillsborough Community College Is an Equal Opporlunlty Employer and encour.tgeS diVersity In all are;as of the campus community. ,, INVITATION TO BID Pursuant to Chapter 69-1119, Special Acts, Laws of Florida sealed Bids w ill be received by the D i rector of Purchasing C ity of Tampa, in his office until: 2:30PM ON 10/15/12 SAN CARLOS MEDIUM VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKER PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD @ 8:30 AM ON 10/1112 @ SAN CARLOS PUMP STATION, 4406 W. SAN CARLOS ST., TAMPA 3:00PM ON 10/16/12 FASTENERS PRE-BID MEETING TO BE HELD@ 9:00AM ON 10/8/12 @ CITY OF TAMPA PURCHASING DEPT., 306 E. JACKSON ST., 2ND FL., TAMPA then and thereafter to be publicly opened and read. Bid documents are available at the Purchasing Department (Phone No. 813/274 -8351). It is hereby made a part of this Invitat ion to Bid that the submission of any Bid in response to this advertised request shall constitute a Bid made under the same conditions for the same contract price and for the same effective period as this Bid to all public entities in Hillsborough County. Dated: 9128/12 Gregory K. Spearman, CPPO, FCCM Director of Purchasing City of Tampa, FL 306 E. Jackson Street Tampa, FL 33602 II HOMES FOR RENT House For Rent 4 Bedroorn/1 Bath Section 8 Only Call (813) 629-4063 For More Information Seminole Heights Area 3 Bedroorn/2 Bath Home W ith Den Totally Remodeled Great Neighborhood $950.00/Rent Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 601-31 01 II Tampa Area N i ce Homes For Rent 2, 3 And 4 Bedrooms Section 8 Approved Call (813) 28G-0588 For Detailed Information 201 0 North Mac Dill West Tampa Area 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home Large Fenced Property Section 8 Only Call (813) 24G-81 08 On Section 8? 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