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Celebrating 68 Years In The Tampa Bay Area c:t Q a: c --I u.. SEE PAGE 2 T VOL. 68 NO. 15 TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 2012 24 PAGES 75 Popular Tampa OJ Recovers From Stroke SEE PAGE 3 Her Passion For Foods leads To Bakerv Business SEE PAGE 10 T Hours Extended On Last oav To Register To Vote SEE PAGE 11 lOCAl BARBERS SUPPORT BREAST CANCER AWARENESS Members of Klever Clippers Barber Shop, 7041 U. S. Highway 301 in Riverview, recently parblered with Sisters Network, Tampa Bay to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Shown in the photograph are Mike Ward, barber; Raymond Carruthers, barber; Mrs. Sonia Franklin, Sisters Network, Tampa Bay, President; Carl Fitts, Shop owner; Mrs. B obbie Banks, Sisters Network, Tampa Bay, Vice President; Divine Ruler, barber; and Darrell Laurent, barber. (SEE FULL STORY ON PAGE 3).

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; Features o; IX: w ID 0 0 icC c U) w tTwo Arrested In Death 01 Toddler ANJENE'ITE WPEZ Two people have taken into custody in connection with the death of oneyear old Jayden Sarria. The tod dler was admitted to St. Joseph s Hospital with a head injury on September 27'h, and die on October 1st. VIVIANO PINTO ported to St. Josevh's Hospi tal. The toddler died on Octo ber 1st. The Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's Office ruled the baby' s death as a homicide as the result of blunt impact to his head. Police arrested Ms. According to the Tampa Police Department, on Sep tember 2oth, around 6 p.m., the toddler suffered a severe s kull fracture while in the care and custody of his 34year-old mother, Ms. AnC jenette Lopez. She allegedly fE told police that the child had Lopez on October 5th and charged her with aggravated manslaughter. Viviano Pinto reportedl y fled to Ohio after the child was in jured. Tampa Police worked in conjunction with the Lorain Ohio Police Department. The U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force arrested Pinto, 35 and he was booked into the Lo rain County Sheriffs Office Jail. He was also charged with aggravated manslaugh ter. c fallen in the bathtub. z <( c U) w tw > w c w %: U) :i ID D. z _. _. IP _. w z t= z w U) <( c a: 0 _. u. On September 21st, a wit ness told police that the in jury to the child's head was severe and described it as an "elephant man" injury. Ms. Lopez took the baby to Florida Hospital on Septem ber 2th, and he was trans-Police said the investiga tion is continuing. THE RACE FOR U.S. SENATE Florida voteta f.oe an important dec:Won in the race for U S Senate Read oontimlinq CXJV'8ta9CI in thia netnpaper and tune-in to the .tatewide debate to leam more about 1M ccdidatee and where they sWid on the i8Bues that matter 1M moo1t to JOIL For mom information U.S. Senate Debate Wed., Oct.l7, ZOlZ 7:00-8:00pm ET B!Oadcut live from Nova Southeutem Univenity W'afdl 1M LIVE..._..-t1MM ltatlou-Oct. 17: fl.MJ!tnWBBH 3 (NBC) I /W)XX 38 (ABC) Miami-WTVJ 6 (NBC) Orledo-WKMG 6 (C!S) PIIINuna CityW)HG 7 (NBC) -WEAR 3 (ABC) s.tzascu WWS8 7 (ABC) ruabassee worv 6 WPTS as (.ABC) M4tst Allm 1Je4cb-WYrV s (NBC) CREDhT UNto NS ---LADERSHIP ,rs:::::&:n:: :: FLORIDA: -lnthepwsvi!<>fMtlth Young Man Found Shot To Death Inside His Car On Saturday night, Der rick J. Dixon, 20, was found shot to death inside his car. Tampa Police said they haven't identified any sus pects in the shooting. Police said Dixon had driven to the River Oaks Apartments at Sligh Avenue DERRICK J. DIXON (From Facebook) and 43rd Street around 9:30 p. m. to drop off a friend. He was sitting in his car in front of the building when some one approached the car, fir ing several shots inside. Dixon reportedly tried to drive away, but died a short distance away in the 6700 block of Shadeville Lane. Republicans Auainstletention II Supreme Court Justices JUSTICE PEGGY QUINCE BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The names of three Florida Supreme Court justices will appear on the November 6th ballot of the General Election 2012. Voters will determine if they will retain Judge Peggy Quince, Judge Barbara Pariente, and Judge R. Fred Lewis on the Florida Supreme Court. If the majority of the voters reject their retention, then IUTOICCID JUSTICE BARBARA PARIENTE Governor Rick Scott will appoint replacements He will select the replacement from a list of recommendations b y the Supreme Court Judicial Nominating Commission. This election will mark the third time voters will deter mine if the three judges will be retained. In recent months, all three justices have been em broiled in controversy. In July, the Florida State Attorney's Office cleared the three Justices of any wrongdo-FREE Professional Service N8VIIIS Alert: The Florida Law States That You May Be Entitled To $1 0,000 For Loss Wages And Medical care ... Service Support and Help from the beginning to the end. Spinal Injuries Neck Pain Back Pain Hip Pain Leg Pai n Transportation Available Auto Repair 'Body Shop (PIP lnstl'lii1Ce Needed) "Don't be victimized twice for an accident that wasn't your fault" Call Michelle B. Patty Local: 813-495-3702 Toll Free 1-866-352-4200 Go To YouTube and punch The Patty Shuffle Available 24 Hours A /7 Days A Week Mkllelle Inc. JUSTICE R. FRED LEWIS ing after State Representa tive Scott Plakon requested an investigation to determin e if the three had violated state law. The request was filed with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in April. The allegation was that on the morning of April 2oth, Jus tices R. Fred Lewis, Bar bara Pariente and Peggy Quince interrupted an offi cial session of the Florida Supreme Court in order to prepare and file campaign documents for their respectiv e judicial merit retention elec tions Rep. Plakon, a Long wood Republican, further alleged that the three Justices utilized court employees to prepare the campaign docu ments. Attorney William N. Meggs, State Attorney, Sec ond Judicial Circuit of Florida cleared all three justices of an y wrongdoing. He further said that notarizing the document s were not in the furtherance of a campaign and that no law was violated." The Republican Party's Ex ecutive Board unanimousl y voted to oppose the justices. The Republicans sited cases dating back to the court's de cision not to stop the Florida recount in the Presidential Election. Their ruling was overturned by the U. S. Supreme Court, which awarded the presidency t o George W. Bush by 53 7 votes. In addition to the Republi can Party the Americans for Prosperity an organization tha t was unsuccessful in its at tempt to remove two other justices in 2010, a r e in opposi tion to their reten tion as well.

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features c! m rn Help Needed To locate .Grandson Barber Shop Suppons Breast Cancer Awarenns c Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd said she would appreciate any help she can get in locating her grandson. Tyshon Floyd was 7 years old when he was taken from Mrs. Floyd by state officials. She said she's seen him only once since that time, and that was 10 years ago. Tyshon Floyd is 23 years old now, and Mrs. Floyd said she would appreciate it if he, or someone who knows where he TYSHON FLOYD (At the age of7) is, would contact her. Mrs. Floyd's number is (813) 626-2025. Carl Fitts, owner of Klever Klippers Barber Shop, of Riverview said he has never done anything like this before. However, he knew that he wanted to do something mean ingful. Last month, the five men in the shop decided to participate in a fundraiser. Barbers, Mike Ward, Raymond Carruthers, Carl Fitts, Divine Ruler, and Darrell Laurent decided to support funding for Breast Cancer. They selected breast cancer because nearly everyone knows someone who has been afflicted by the dis ease and October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Fitts said, "I've never done anything like this before, but a friend of my wife s was diag nosed with breast cancer. Fitts said that he and his barbers would donate $1 from each hair cut during the month of October to a worthy organi za tion. He met Mrs. Sonia Franklin, President of Sisters Network Tampa Bay, and they entered into a partnership. Now, the project is under way. The men are striving to make a difference in the fight against breast cancer. One of the barbers, Mike Ward, is o! breast cancer survivor ; Mrs. Franklin said. m "We were excited when Carl !:a Fitts decided to partner with !D an organization and selected N us. He told me this was the first o time he has participated in a N fund raiser for breast cancer. "The money will be used in our outreach mission to assist uninsured and underinsured women obtain malllmograms and ultrasounds. Without as sistance, some of these women may not receive these life-sav ing tests," Mrs. Franklin stated. Popular Tampa OJ Recovers From Stroke Popular Actor Coming To Tampa As Cast Member 01 Plav Less than a handful of them remain, and Floyd "Floyd Joy" Rivers, is among the elite of disc jock eys from back in the day. Floyd Joy reportedly suf fered a stroke last week, and was hospitalized. According a close friend, Randall C., he is currently at home re covering and being cared for by his family. The stroke reportedly left Floyd Joy with slurred speech and the need for him to move around with the use of a walker, but he is still tryFLOYD "FLOYD JOY" RIVERS ing to get out and do what has made him a household name. On November 4th at the Straz Center, and star-studded cast will be featured in the Carlos Davis gospel stage production of "Holding On To What You Never Had." One of the stars of the play, Miguel Nunez, said he's look ing forward to visiting Tampa again. Known as Juwanna Man by some of his fans, Nunez said although he's quite busy with other projects, when he got the call from Too Smooth, he had to do it. "I just started shooting a new television series and I've been busy with other projects. I also just finished doing School Daze with Nick Cannon. Vote Kathy Castor for :R! tative in Congress "I used to do a lot of stage work, but the draw of the big screen sent me in another direction. After I read the script for this play I fell in love with it." MIGUEL Nunez said he's NUNEZ started doing a lot of producing, and wants to do more, because that 's his future "It's hard to believe I was raised on a farm and put to work do ing an assortment of chores. That really molded my life I ran away from home when I was 16, went to california, and lived on the streets for a while. I survived that, because God was on my side." Nunez said he's been at it for 30 years now, and things have gotten a lot better. I read an article recently that said Black is the new green. That means there is a big demand for African American ac tors now. "The opportunities have slowed down due to the econ'11 omy, but we must be thankful to 0 the actors who paved the way .;:e for the rest of us. 52 Doors will open at 7 p. m. with show time scheduled for 8 p.m. z Joining Nunez will be Ron-4 nie Terry, Tony Terry, DonZ aid Gray, lil G from the group m Silk, and Gospel artist, Shirley ; Murdock. c: r r m :j z "U c: m r u; :::J: m c m < m -4 c: m rn c > z c ., :2 c

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c a: u. c z < c en w :::: .... w > w c w ::z:: en :J m :::: Q. z tu ..J ..J :::: m ..J w z w en it g u. SUboocrlpt-.00-4--l!dltlona: $87.GO-PwY-Both Edltlone. OplnkHM ol tNe ........-per by Columnlelte 0/f Oueet ......... do ee.nc. Of The trlortc:ltle.nttnelllu....,orthe I ObamRamnev Debate: Tile wav we sawn I What many Americans thought would happen didn't happen. Most certainly packing a list of goofs and gaffs, which the Romney camp amassed along the way, such shenanigans as Romney's comments about the writing off of 4 7 percent of Ainerican voters; his comment about Mexican Americans as well as a boxcar full of other bonehead comments made by a Republican candidate who seemed to have been reading Ronald Reagan's cam paign strategy book upside down, Pres. Obama did not come out swinging. Instead, he came out teaching. Someone said he seemed to have tried to establish a so-called fireside chat with his audience. In theory, a fireside chat is a nice idea, but it pales in the face of a bonfire. Nevertheless, in the President's defense, his dip inverbal Terpsichore doesn't mean he didn't hold his own in terms of telling the truth. In basic concepts a school child could see, Pres. Obama repeatedly laid out America's tax situation and how certain Conservative realignments would adversely affect the Middle Class. However, many would say the twinkle in his eye was missing. Maybe so. If you were president during a time when the Middle East was on fire, and when each new day seemed to bring its own set of perils, how might you react to an upstart contender set on painting you as Darth Vader? What would you do if, on the very night of your first presidential debate, you and your wife were also celebrating a wedding anniversary? In the words of Tiger Woods, "Some days are simply not your game." However, as President Obama's opponent knows only too well, tomorrow is another day. Iaten In MllbrV, IUrsiDI IIIII Relllllllbtlll Centen 0 nee more, we certainly hope those of you who have relatives in nursing homes or in rehabilitation cen ters who are eligible voters will make sure they get an absentee ballot and vote in the upcoming Presidential election. As a matter of fact, if your relatives are chronically ill, you should make certain they get absentee ballots as well. Indeed, President Obama needs every eligible and able-bodied person who supports him to cast a ballot in this election. Every vote is needed to insure that President Obama continues to have an opportunity to clean up the mess left by his predecessor. Please don't believe the hype that President Obama will win over Mitt Romney without your vote. For, in truth, the only way he can win is if everybody who supports him goes to the polls and demonstrates his or her inalienable right to cast a ballot. That means you as well as your loved ones. Once your relative receives an absentee ballot, make sure you render any assistance necessary, which would allow him or her to vqte conscientiously. Remind them to consider voting decisions, which involve the retention of currently sitting judges and on constitutional amendments. Even though the ballot is long, please take the time to make certain you do as much as possible to help your relatives successfully place their mark on the bal lot. In the words of a lifelong Tampa sportsman, "Every vote is a winning vote." A Thinking Man's Ga01e Let me start by saying that I support the "get out and vote" campaign and its mission to in spire people to participate in the upcoming election. My only problem is that, to me, themes sage is just too vague. I understand the concept of motivating the masses to get in volved with the political process to affect change. But, without people being thor oughly educated on what their voting for, why their vote mat ters and how to get the most out of exercising their right, what's the point? You tell a person to go vote for President Barack Obama and that's exactly what they re going to do. They will walk into a booth, look for the president's name, punch his number and walk out. Then, as time passes and things don t change for the better, they'll in evitably begin to perceive President Obama as being a failure who didn't do his job. The average person doesn't understand that a president no matter how smart, can't make things happen on his own. Sure, President Obama is a great quarterback. But, he needs a team around him to help win games. I have never see anyone at tempting to break down the essence of how politics actually work to the individuals who they desperately try to herd to the polls They never explain that if you support a person for president, the process is most beneficial when you cast a vote for his allies as well. I imagine that the talking heads encouraging people to vote automatically assume that everyone already knows that a president is only as effective as his support in congress. But, the fact of the matter is that most people don't have a clue. Joe Blow voter has shown that he doesn't care about his local congressman or Senator whoever" running for re-elec tion. All he knows is that there is an election going on for the presidency and he's supposed to rock his vote for one of two options available The proof of this apathy is in the usually low turnout for every election other than the presidential As much as I don t agree with the Tea Party and its movement the one thing I ad mire about them is that they understand how to manipulate the power structure to their ad vantage. They don't solely focus on the highest office in the land. They start at the lowest levels and work their way up They do this because they know that winning the presum ably insignificant battles are just as important as winning the high profile ones. They un derstand that, even if the White house is out of reach, they can still make their presence felt by electing enough members to congress to dictate the flow of legislation into their favor. And so far, their strategy has worked almost flawlessly. Sooner or later, supporters for President Obama and the Democratic Party will have to realize that this field that they're playing on is designed for chess pieces Not checkers. And, if they don t learn how to push their pawns into positions where they can be the most ef fective, all they'll have to look forward to, even if President Obama does get re-elected is a Black king stuck check wait ing to get check-mated. Anyone wanting to contact Clarence Barr can reach him at: Clarence Barr, II, 43110-018; P. 0. Box 7007; Mari anna, FL 32447-7007. Reality On Ice is b y the Florida Sentinel Bulletin Publishing Compan y

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President Obama, Democrats Obamas Eniov Belated 20th Anniversarv Celebration PRES. BARACK OBAMA WASHINGTON -President Barack Obama's cam paign and Democrats have raised $181 million combined in September pulling in the most money in one month dur ing his re-election bid Pres. Obama's fund rais ing haul topped the more than $114 million raised by his campaign and Democrats during the month of August Republi can presidential nominee Mitt Romney's campaign and Republicans have not yet reported September fundraising totals. Pres. Obama says in a message on the online social network Twitter that more than 1.8 million people do nated in September including more than a half million who had not donated before in 2008 or 2012. The $181 million was slightly less than Pres. Obama's record of about $190 million in September 2008 Pres. Obama' s campaign ended August with nearly $89 million in the bank. It did not release its current cash on hand. unemplovment Numbers Boost Pres. Obama's campaign FAIRFAX, Va. -President Barack Obama celebrated much-needed good economic news Friday as the unemployment rate dropped to its lowest level since he took office. "We are moving for ward again," he boasted. Re publican rival Mitt Romney retorted that the president still hasn't done enough to help mil1ions of people who are out of work. The figures announced by the Labor Department 114,000 new jobs last month to bring the unemployment rate to 7.8 percent gave Pres. Obama fresh evidence on the heels of his disappointing debate performance to argue that his economic poli cies are working. Romney countered that the country can't afford four more years of the president's leadership and argued that the rate is low in part because some people have quit looking for work. Pres. Obama responded that Romney wants to roll back policies that are repair ing the economic damage. Today s news certainly is not an excuse to try to talk down the economy to score a few political points," Pres. Obama said. "It is a reminder that the country has come too far to turn back now." Earlv vounu Reinstated But Not Required In Ohio COLUMBUS, OH A fed eral appeals court on Friday reinstated in-person early vot ing in the swing state of Ohio on the final three days before the Nov. 6 election, handing a victory to President Barack Obama's campaign. But local boards of elections would have the discretion to decide whether to allow voters to cast an early ballot on the weekend and Monday before Election Day ---: just as they had the ability to do so in 2008. The ruling by the three judge panel of the 6th U. S. Court of Appeals in Cincinnati came in a case targeting a state law that ends early voting for most residents on the Friday evening before a Tuesday elec tion. The law makes an excep tion for military personnel and Ohio voters living overseas. Pres. Obama's campaign and Democrats sued Ohio's Secretary of State Jon Husted and Attorney General Mike DeWine, both Repub licans, over the legality of the law. They argued that every one should have a chance to vote on those days. Husted said his office was still reviewing the 6th Circuit's decision, and that no action would be taken on Friday or this weekend. Ohio is among 34 states, plus the District of Columbia, where people can vote early without giving any reason. WASHINGTON Presi-m dent Barack Obama and ::JJ First Lady Michelle Obama are getting their an niversary date night after all just a few days late during a busy re-election campaign. The Obamas arrived at Bourbon Steak in the George town section of Washington, D.C., on Saturday night for a dinner to celebrate their 20th wedding anniversary. The couple hit the milestone on Wednesday, the day of the first presidential debate in Denver. During the debate the pres ident wished his wife a happy anniversary and reminded her a year from now they would-President Barack Obama kisses First Lady Michelle Obama for the 'Kiss Cam' while Vice President Joe Biden and Malia Obama look up at the jumbotron, during the U.S. Men' s Olympic basketball team's game against Brazil at the Verizon Center on July 16, 2012 in Washington, D.C. n't be marking the occasion in front of millions of viewers. Republican nominee Mitt Romney congratulated Pres. Obama, joking that the debate stage was the most romantic place you could imagine-here with me. Repon: Pres. Obama Campaign Outpacing Romnev's In Ads NEW YORK -A new report finds that President Barack Obama's re-election campaign has run more than twice as many TV ads in nine key states as has the campaign of his Republican challenger, Mitt Romney. The Nielsen Co. said Friday that Pres. Obama's campaign had run nearly 230,000 ads in Nevada, Colorado, Iowa, Wis consin, Ohio, Florida, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New Hamp shire from the beginning of the yea r through early September compared with about 87 ,000 for Romney. All are considered battlegrounds this year, with both candidates competing heavily in those states for votes. The biggest disparity was in Ohio. Pres. Obama's campaign ran just over 51,000 ads in the state compared to nearly 17,500 for Romney. No Republican has ever won the White House without carrying Ohio, and re cent polls show Pres. 'VLaa ahead there. C) m U1

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B irthda9 Greetings a; a: w ID 0 0 > ic( 0 en w :::) .... 0 a: u. 0 z c( 0 en w :::) .... i:l: w > w 0 w :J: en ::; ID :::) a. z t= w ...J ...J :::) ID ...J w z t= z w en a: 0 ...J IBPPV Birthdav / Happy birthday, NanaBaby. Love you. We love YouJazzl ZA'MYRA JAMES (D.O.B.) 10-11-2012 A miracle happened on October 9, 2007 and 5 years later she's blooming like a shining start. Daddy and mommy want to thank you for being Student of the Month. We will always love you, no matter what. Happy birthday. From, mommy, daddy, and your sisters and brothers. p. s. r thank God for being your father. "" School News Our Service Men & Women Enlistee Completes Air National Guard Training Air National Guard AJr nnan 1st Class Alexander K. M ontgo nnery graduated from basic military training. The graduation ceremony took place at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio Texas. AJrnnan 1st C lass Montgonnery completed an intensive eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. He also earned four credits toward an Associate in Ap-plied Science Degree through the Community College of the Air Force. AJrnnan 1st Class Montgonnery is the son of Jennifer Montgonnery, of Tampa. He graduated from Wakefield High School, in Raleigh North Carolina. Enlistee Completes Armv National Guard Training Army National Guard Pri vate Serena M Wiley has completed all of the U. S. Army National Guard. Her graduation cere mony from basic combat training took place at Fort Jackson, in Columbia, South Carolina. Private Wiley completed a nine-week training course that included the Army mis sion, physical fitness, and re ceived instruction and practice in basic combat skills. She was also received training in military weapons, chemical warfare rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, basic first aid, and other field training exercises. Wiley graduated from Robinson High School in 1998. Seven Complete Militarv Training In Air Force Recently, several young adults with ties to the Tampa Bay area graduated from basic military training. The graduation ceremony was held at Lakeland Air Force Base i n San Antonio, Texas The airmen completed an intensive, eight-week pro gram that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core val. ues, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. They also received four credits toward an asso ciate in applied science de gree through the Community College of the Air Force. Reserve Airnnan 1st Class Brian C. :Pobkin is the son of Ruth Dobkin, of Seminole, and Harris Dobkin, of Tampa. He graduated from Seminole High School in 2003 Reserve Airman 1st Class Christian L. Johns o n is the son of William Johnson, of Plant City, and grandson of Gwen Chri s tensen, of Tampa. He is a 2011 graduate of Plant City High School. Airntan Terry L Jones is the son of T onja Hamil t o n of Tampa. He is a 2011 graduate of Gaither High School. Airnnan Shawn A. Kirby is the son of Vivian Kirby, of Land 0' Lakes, and Beverley Kirby, of Tampa. He is a 2008 gradu ate of Land 0' Lakes High School. AJrnnan Felipe Mal donado is the son of Felipe J. Maldonado, Oak Creek Wisconsin, and Cynthia C. Maldonado, of Tampa. He graduated from Oak Creek High School in 2009. Airnnan Nicole E. Moore is the daughter of Patricia Saavedra, and niece of Angela Saavedra, both of Tampa. She is a 2011 graduate of Hillsborough High School. Airnnan Garre t S. M orales is the son of Luis and Navita M orales, of Tampa. He graduated from Robinson High School in 2011. Airnnan 1st Class An thony J Pach eco is the son of Larry Pacheco, of Tampa. He graduated from Jesuit High School in 2003. Airnnan Pacheco earned his Master's degree from Florida State University, in 2010 AJrnnan Christopher E. Rollins is the son of Greg Rollins, and grand son of Barbara Rollins, both of Tampa. He gradu ated from Robinson High School in 2009. AJrman Reginald B. Skillman is the son of Katherine Pelham and s tepson of Mark Pelham, of Tampa. He is a 2010 grad uate of Alonso High School. Reserve Airnnan Paige E. Washington is the daughter of Chris Kirkland, of Tampa. He is a 2004 graduate of Turner Ashby High School, in Bridgewater, Virginia. Digital Cameras Installed On School Buses BY IRIS B. H OLTO N Sentinel City Editor The Hillsborough County School District has taken a step to ensure that all buses have cameras that are opera tional. Recently, the district began in stalling the new cameras on all of its buses. In the past, the School District in stalled cameras on some buses while others had fake cameras. They also ran into the problem of the film being taped over, or the camera didn't work when trying to retrieve information. CD However, officials decided to place two d igital cameras on its fleet of schoo l buses that are used transport students to and from schools. Cur rently, the Hillsborough County School District has an enrollment of 192,000 students. Approximately 92,000 of those students depend on buses to transport them to and from school. The cameras cost appro ximate l y $8oo,ooo. The cameras will be positioned to record everything that takes place on the bus as well as activities around the bus. The School District has also spent nearly $3 million on a new radio sys tem and on a GPS (Global Positioning System) for all of its vehicles. The school buses will also be equipped with theGPS.

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, -HOROSCOPES Libra (Sept. 23-0ct. 22) -Don't try to buy love. Relax with friends, and it will come naturally. Compassion is an es sential component. For about two months, you're spurred to take action. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)-Continue to increase your status this week, with the help of a partner. Conditions are a bit unsettled, so keep your treasure hidden. There's a surprising reaction. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) -Taking less risks over the coming week is a good idea (unless you like surprises). When all else fails, do what worked before. Put yourself in another' s shoes. Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)-You can't buy love (except with love). Take on more personal responsibility, and increase profits. Keep costs under control with a budget. False hopes get shattered. Stay unattached. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)-Imagine specific success, then act. Help your team find important data over the next six weeks. Avoid distraction. Don t rock the boat, as tempers are short. Correct errors. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)Your determination compensates for any possible disappointment. Get back on the horse and ride better than ever, surprising even your critics. Send love letters to your fans. Aries (Mar. 21-April19)-Consider the money, but don't get stopped by a lack of it. Don't spend yet. Focus on basics. Continue taking action; this pays in satisfaction and future gold. Taurus (April2o-May 20)Keep decreasing random spending over the next few days. Don't fall for a trick. Finish your project away from distractions or those who would impede your progress. Gemini (May 21-June 20)Continue to increase your holdings and your self-confidence. Save for a rainy day. It takes an open and creative mind to solve the puzzle. Travel compli cations could arise. Cancer (June 21-July 22) -New data disrupts old rou tines. You 're gaining influence, so use it to improve your envi ronment. Acknowledge kindness in others. It's not a good time to shop. Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)Study your past performances to discover where the room for improvement is. Notice the gap between fantasy .and reality Adjust your aim after measuring gaps and try again. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Read the manual to discover new features. Protect your interests this week. Postpone expan sion for later. You'll be doing better, and it will take less effort. BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL-Caroline takes drastic meas ures in the wake of Rick and Thomas' brawl; Brooke tells Katie why she returned from her honeymoon alone; Eric and Stephanie have a disagreement about Ridge's choice for his replacement. Deacon arrives at Spencer Publications and makes outrageous demands; Brooke turns to Stephanie for guidance regarding her love life; Katie fills Donna in on Brooke s situation. Brooke asks Stephanie to keep her secret; Steffy finds herself in an awkward situation when Hope grills her about Liam; Bill calls on Brooke for assis tance with a serious family matter. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Stefano reaches out to EJ; Daniel tells Jennifer that he is resigning from his position at the hospital; Sami and Rafe agree to a fresh start built on honesty; Nicole goes to great lengths to keep her secret from everyone. Bo and Hope discuss what he wants to do with his life; Daniel tells Nicole he'll go with her to Utah; Sami and Rafe return to the scene of their first date and. reminisce; Gabi promises Bo that she'll keep an eye on Caroline. Jennifer accuses Nicole of ruining Daniel's life; Bo tells Hope that he's concerned about Caroline; Kate presents Nick with an opportunity; Abigail blasts Chad for his actions. GENERAL HOSPITAL Steve learns the truth about his mother s awful deeds. Todd takes care of Carly in her time of need. Duke makes his intentions clear Jason has important news to share with Sam. Luke returns to Port Charles. Anna receives a visit from someone she thought she would never see again. Luke and Duke find themselves fighting for the same thing. McBain is de termined to make Todd pay, but are his hands tied? Maxie confides to Lulu about her concerns for Spin elli. YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Summer catches Phyllis in a compromising situation, while Sharon 's reign of terror jeopard izes Newman Enterprises. Nikki lashes out at Tucker while Chloe confesses under pressure from Michael. Victor seeks help from an unlikely ally, while Nick blames Phyllis for Summer's rebellion. N 0 -N ., r 0 :a U) m z m r m c: r r z ., c: m r u; :z: m c m < m -t c: m U) c ,. z c ., c Andrea and E _rica Matthiew, Dione White, Wayne Neal, Pearline RichardSon, C) Marilyn and Willie Matthiew and Metosha Godwin at the Southerns Tones Banquet. m """'

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Dr. w. Andrews Retires: Dr. Coleen Campbell Reopens Practice Dr. W. W. Andrews, who is officially retiring, was at his former practice to welcome Dr. Coleen Campbell, who is reopening the office on 22nd St. A Retirement/Grand Opening Celebration was held on Friday September 28, 2012 to say farewell to Dr. Andrews for more than 40 years of service in the community, and to welcome Dr. Campbell to the community. Family members, friends and new employees attended the event. (Photos by BRUNSON) Dr. W. W. Andrews surrounded by his wife, daughters and granddaughter: lillian Andrews C Ponquinette, Dr. Sharon Andrews, Mrs. Nancy Andrews, Kelli Foster and Michelle Andrews Foster of Mobile, AL. "-.... z c( > Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at 7pm with Pastor Laytecio Mckinney Victory Temple Outreoc:h Ministries. Inc at First John M .B. Church 3412 E 7th Avenue Tampa, Florida 33605 Wayne L. Anderson and Angela L. Williams, Humana Representatives; Ann McHayle, Dr. Colleen Campbell, A. Atehortua, Alicia O'Connell and Andrea Efre. Dr. Andrews with his nephews: William, Adam, C Blythe, III and C. Blythe Andrews, IV. Office employees include Terri Truitt and Tina Pimentel. Please JoiJJ us 111 celebratiJJg Pastor & Sister Garnett's 16tb Pastor's AJJJJiversary @4:00PM Guest Pastor: REV. ANTHONY GREENE ud First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardeas Wednesday, October 10, 2012 @ 7:30 PM Guest Pastor: REV. ERIC CAMPBELL ud Faith Temple MB Cbureb Sunday, October 14, 2012 @ 4!00 PM Guest Pastor: REV. RICARDO ROBINSON

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Local First Baptist Church Of College Hill Celebrates 108t h Anniversarv Thursdav Night Speaker BY SHERNA BLAIR RICH First Baptist Church of College Hill extends an invitation to the Tampa Bay and neigh boring communities to join them as they celebrate their churc h 's 108th Church An niversary and Homecoming to be held on October 18 21, 2012. The theme for this year is, "F. E. A. L. The Difference (Faith, Empowerment, Action, Life). Along with their Senior Pastor, Dr. Evan S. Burrows, FBCCH has been and is committed to their vision of community service. In 1904, First Baptist Church of College Hill, as it is known today was q_rganized in the home of the late Deacon Garvin with the late Pastor Thomas, who served as pastor of the newly-organized church. Later in 1907, Pastor D. F. Gammons was called to pastor the church from 1907 to 1923, and under his leader ship, the church moved to its present location and a small wooden structure was erected in 1915. In 1918, the church was re named First Baptist Church of College Hill. On the third Sun day in May, 1923 and upon Pastor Gammon's recom mendation, the late Pastor J. C. Robinson held the longest tenure as pastor in the history of First Baptist Church of College Hill for 42 years. On March 28, 1967, the late Pastor William Henry Gordon was called to pastor and he delivered his first pas toral message on April9, 1967. Pastor G o rdon moved for ward in the footsteps of his predecessor following through with existing missions and ed ucation along with his vision of instituting the Hospitality Committee and the weekly Bible class. Pastor Gordon served well during his tenure and the church grew and con tinued to prosper under his leadership. From November, 1976 until September 1978 Pastor Edmund Patten was elected to serve as interim pastor for the church. On November 2, 1976, Pastor Young Glover an swered the call to pastor and he delivered his first sermon on September 17, 1978. As Pastor Glover's leadership matured, new and beneficial committees were organized and inactive auxiliaries and or ganizations were reactivated. On January 3, 1993, Past o r Abraham" Abe" Brown delivered his first message as interim pastor and on January 16, 1994, P asto r Brown as sumed the leadership as Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill. This "Moses" picked up the baton and ran with it. REV. DR. EVANS. BURROWS Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill Pasto r Brown was in strumental in leading many souls to Christ and many vi sions for the church were brought to fruition. Some of .Pastor Brown's accomplishments included the formation and organization of countless ministries which also included the establishment of the Soup Kitchen, Hot Meals Ministry and tQ.e bi-monthly Food Distribution; the Male Chorus was revitalized along with the eStablishments of the Security Ministry, Promise Keepers, Sunday School re structure, a Summer Camp and the Tuesday evening "Sup per" which today continues to precede Prayer Meeting and Bible Study. Also, he ordained several men of reputable char acter as ministers and deacons. On Sunday, July 27, 2008, Pastor Evan S. Burrows was installed as the senior pastor of First Baptist Church of College Hill. In 2009, Pastor Burrows launched the "Achieving Destiny" Campaign and the Life Enrichment Uni versity. L. E. U. courses are small group-based Bible Study classes that are taught by various FBCCH ministers and instructors. These courses offer a Bible Study curriculum while their instruction helps its students to focus on develop ing deeper relationships with God. In 2010, Pastor Burrows successfully launched and di rected First Baptist Church of College Hill with the "Year Of Community" and the "40 Days of Community" Campaigns. These two campaigns helped "to move" the congregation "toward spiritual maturity and a meaningful life on earth, re vealing how God uses other people for" individual "good and growth." First Bap tist C h urch of College Hill has been richly blessed through its years o f ex istence and service t o God and the community. With this in mind, it is clearly celebration t ime and FBCCH invites XQY to cele b rate their 108th Church Anniversary and Homecoming. P ast o r Scottye H olloway, Sen ior Pas t or of Bethel Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio is the Guest Speaker. So, mark your calendars, gather the family together and come on out and join in with what promises to be an exciting weekend of worship, service and fun. For more information, please call the church at 813248-6600. Pasto r EvanS. Burrows, Senior Pastor. Now Enrolling Saturdays 9:00. am-.12:00 noon @Taproot Community Center

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a: w m assion For Food leads Woman To Become Business Owner BY IRIS B. HOLTON o Sentinel Cit)iEditor 0 ):' Mrs. Michelle Aiken admits that she has always ffJ a passion for food. How : ever, after graduating from ...., University of South Florida, she entered the busi ness arena. c LL After experiencing many changes in the field, she decided the time had come to nurture that passion. She said the changes in corporate forced her to pursue bet first love full time. Mrs. Aiken relocated Cakes Galore Bak and Cafe to 12029 E. u. s. Mrs. Michelle Aiken displays one of her cake creations at Michelle's Cakes Galore Baking and Cafe in Seffner. Highway 92, in Seffner and has operated from that loca tion for the past two years. "Coming from a family of 9 kids, we all learned to cook because we shared chores. But food is my passion. I love to eat and I like different foods. That's why my cakes have lots of flavpr, she said. In the beginning she also offered sandwiches, but now she dedicates the bulk of her time to her cake creations. However, she does cater events When it comes to food, she feels not only must it taste good, it must also have eye appeal and look good. After all, presentation can be very persuasive when a per son is considering purchas ing desserts. Ms. Aiken applies two stages to her creations. The first is she adds special homemade flavor and lots of love. And then, she steps into her element of creation. Her decorations range from the traditional to the odd, with one requester wanting a cake that symbol ized a man on fire. She made it happen and has a photo graph to show for it. Mrs. Aiken also works by inspiration and said her greatest enjoyment is making people happy. Established in the busi ness with 2 employees and her daughters helping out, Mrs. Aiken is turning her attention to her next venture. She refers to her creations as "works of art" and she doesn t mind helping others to be creators in their own right. She hopes to open a cake and design school. "My vision is to help and inspire low to moderate income indi viduals to help them. A native of Port St. Joe, Mrs. Aiken moved to Tampa to attend college and made it her home. She i s married and the mother of two daughters. She is a member of First Missionary Baptist Church of Seffner, and enjoys spending time with her family, tasting and trying new food and she loves to dine at new places. And, she still considers her cake creations as a hobby. For additional infor mation about the shop visi t www.michellescakesgalore.c Qill. c z c( c en w ::: .... Alpha Kappa Alpha Inducts Hollv Robinson Peete Into Sororitv w > w c w :1: en :::l m Actress/Singer/Phil anthropist joins trio of notables inducted as honorary members Chicago, Illinois Ac singer and philanthro::: pist Holly Robinson Peete was inducted into t= Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, as an honorary member ...J during a ceremony recently in Los Angeles. ...J In making the announceAlpha Kappa Alpha i= International ffi Carolyn House en explained that Membership is the highest lifetime g and is extended to il-LL lustrious women of noteworthy achievements. She said that since its founding in 1908, the Sorority has extended honorary member ship to a select few. Holly Robinson Peete, best known for her starring roles in a series of popular television shows, is an actress singer and author. In 1997, she added "philanthropist" to her titles when she and husband, Rodney Peete the HollyRod Foundation. It is dedicated to giving compas sionate care to persons living with autism and Parkinson's disease and was inspired by Ms. Peete's father and son, The 6th Annual "Day of Pa.,tng" ..._.,, 0cta111r 20, 2812 I:GO p.m. w (!J Ft'll Tilt Slr1111111 CMIIdnl, 6lloole, Blood Prnn1n nil RnnplndiiJ lllflmll fir .... Tells aM .. .,._ "(ftw ......... ......, Space 18 Umlted. Call 81 L-"'1117 -Rnll!t7 Hoeted By: Alillllllllwa.tr-..: who were diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and autism, respectively. Peete is also a singer, and author who penned the books, Get Your Own Damn Beer, I'm Watching the Game! A Woman's Guide to Loving Pro Football" and the children's book, My Brother Charlie, for which she won an NAACP Image Award. She is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, where she majored in Psy chology and French. Peete speaks four languages and spent a year at the Sorbo nne in Paris. She joins a trio of accom plished women who were initiated into the Sorority re cently. They include: Suzanne Malveaux, CNNanchor Carolyn Maull McK-STAND UP FOR CHANGE! Living with HIV/AIDS? Q Happy with 0 1\ your services? A We need your Ideas. Get tnvolvedl Help decide how federal funds are used In your community You have the POWER to make a difference Call Nicole at Today! Carolyn House Stewart, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's International President (left), welcomes Holly Robinson Peete into the Sorority following her induction as an Honorary Member. instry, activist, author and sm:vivor of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bomb ing in Birmingham, Alabama Mellody Hobson, Pres ident of Ariel Capital Man agement, LLC Declared Stewart, "The many activities of these new members and their dedica tion to the welfare of all mankind and leadership merit this honor. We wel come them to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and look for ward to thembeing a part of the Sorority's mission to ini tiate new movements and launch programs that support our theme: 'Global Leadership Through Time less Service. "'

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I Operation Hope For Supervisor Of Elections Extends 0 Haiti Hosts Fundraiser Hours On Final Registration oav a m it at home and return it by m On September 291 \ Operation Hope for Haiti hosted a fundraiser event at Mocha Brown's Coffee Lounge. The L.I.F.E. Movement Inc., sponsored the event The fundraiser was to provide assistance to Fanm Vonyan a school in Haiti, with the supplies needed to bridge the educational gap create opportunity and change lives. The funds raised from the auction will purchase school supplies. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Susie Demesmin, Operation Hope Task Force Member, Trudy Farrier, Operation Hope Task Force Coordinator and founder of L.I.F.E Movement, Inc., were proud of the work they have been doing to directly improve the lives of 150 students. Junie Orelien greeted everyone with a smile a s they entered. Lemec Bernard delighted the crowd with his guitar and singing of "Why Don't You Put Your Hand In The Hand Of The Lord." Semeka Bailey, a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., came out to support the cause. / BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Tuesday, (today) October 9th, is the last day an individ ual can register to vote dur ing the 2012 General Election on Novembe r 6th. In order to afford this opportunity to un r e gistered citizens Dr. Earl Lennard, Hillsborough C ounty Superviso r of Elec ti o ns has e xtended the hours of the Hill s borough County Electi ons Office. Sp ok es m a n Travis Abercrombie s aid "We hav e ex tended the hours fro m 5 p.m. until 7 p m to accommodate an y one who can not get to the office before 5 p.m. If a person cannot get to the office by 7 p.m., then he or she can return the applica tion by mail. However, it must be postmarked by mid night on October 9th. As of Frida y the Hillsbor ough County Supervisor of Election s Office had mailed 119, 684 Vote B y Mail ballots. With a six-p ag e ballot loo ming, all re gistered v oters in Hillsborough County are Benefits of Enrolling 1n Our School Oh Students Ages 16-21 OflexileSchedule 7:30AI:30AI 11:30AII 3 :30PM OShortened School Day OSei-Paced GrDiion oCreltw WortNoluur Service encouraged to consider vot ing by mail, a convenient and secure alternative to appear ing in person to vote. "Any citizen who wishes to register to vote may do so atanySupervisorofElections Office public library, or state agency that provides public assistance. Individuals who would like to visit one of the Super v i sor of E lections Office to pi c k up a Vote By Mail Ballot can do so between 8 a m. and 5 p m Mon da y through Fri day. There are four locations: Fred B. Karl County Cen t er, 601 E Kennedy Blvd., 16th floor in downtown Tampa; Supervisor of Elec tions South Office, 10439 Gibsonton Drive; Supervisor of Elections Northwest Of fice 12022 Anderson Road; and Robert L. Gilder Elec tions Service Center, 2514 N. Falkenburg Road. Over the counter ballots can also be picked up at this location on Sunday, October 30. The registered voter can c o m plete the ballot and sub mit it at the office, complete mail {postage paid), drop it off at any of the Early Voting locations between October 31 and November 3 N The last day an individual can request a Vote By Mail Ballot is Wednesday, October 31. If a registered voter plans to obtain the ballot over the counter, it can be picked up after the mailing deadline. Early voting will begin on Saturday, October 27 and end on Saturday, November 3 Early voting hours are from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. The General Election 2012 will take place on Tues day November 6. Abercrombie further said, Once the Vote By Mail ballots are received, they will be counted. Any ballot in question will be forward to the Canvassing Board and the Canvassing Board will b make a determination about :!:! the ballots. C The Canvassing Board will hold its first public meet i ng at 3 p.m. on October 24th. > en m z z m r m c: r r !!J Whatever Yon DreUJ. of '-., .,., '. z ., c: m r Doing, It Starts a High" 011 ottP. ,.>rV u; ::::t m c m < m -f c: m en c > z c C.. and Transition Planning OESE and ESOl. Services Call today or Ofree Pulic OQn.Site Fllltt SuptSpKialit 0 Claues >

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Skaters Panicipate In Adult Soul Roll Event Recently, several skaters took part in the Adult Soul Roll at United Skates of America. The event is held on Sunday nights, beginning at 9 p.m. (Photography by Toby Scott, c of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). en w ::) tc a: LL c z <( c en w ::) t-> a: w > w c w %: en ::i m ::) Q. z i= w ..J ..J ::) m Promoter Ricardo Griffin talked about plans to make Sunday nights even bigger. Skate Board P is showing everyone how to do his move, the 'Polo Drive Inkway.' Ray (Baby Boy), Gary (Big G), Nikki Waters, Tony Murray, (D. J. Oneway), and O'kayla Murray of the "863 Rollers" were in the house showing off their skate moves. D. J. Charlie Chase, of the World Famous Cold Crush Brothers, was on hand for the event. Herman Marr was prepared to have a great night. Mark Gibson and Sierra Williams came out to celebrate Mark's birthday. Alfred Lee Barnes has been making sure skaters are happy with their skates for over 10 years. Citv Receives Proposal To Develop Museum The City of Tampa has recently received a proposal for the development of a museum and waterfront restaurant. The Two Red Roses Foundation (TRRF) would develop the museum N on city-owned property .,... adjacent to Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park TRRF has proposed to privately fund the construction of a museum, restaurant, and gift shop to house their significant collection. "The addition of this museum and restaurant would bring the downtown experience to the next level. The area around Curtis Hixon Park has always been envisioned as the core of arts and culture in our community, and this project would further energize our urban core and Riverwalk. "The Two Red Roses Foundation collection of American Arts and Crafts offers something totally unique in our area," Mayor Bob Buckhorn said. TRRF, based in Palm Harbor, Florida, has assem bled one of the largest privately held collections of Arts & Crafts movement in America, including fine arts, furniture, metalware, pottery, and woodblock prints. Pieces from the collection have been shown at the museums throughout the United States. The City of Tampa released a Request for Proposal (RFP) as part of a continued effort to re-ener gize the waterfront and the Downtown Community Redevelopment Agency. Discussions of the details of the museum between the City of Tampa and TRRF are ongoing.

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c: H.S. News & Sports Chamberlain High School Hosts COllege Night2012 On October 3rd, Chamberlain High School hosted College Night 2012 The event allowed stu dents the opportunity to meet over 100 traditional and non-traditional institutes of higher edu cation. The University of South Florida, FAMU, University of Florida, Florida State University, and Tuskegee, were on hand to conduct closed presentations. The event afforded the students the opportunity to speak to Admission Counselors about requirements and financial obligations as well as the locations of their respective sch ool s. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). Guidance Counselor Diana Beauregard, College and Career Counselor Lisa Krupp, and Jennifer Rosage, Assistant Principal for Curriculum, were very excited about the turnout of students and the diversity of schools that participated. Micah Friend, c/o 92, Kartara Johnson, and Rigo Garcia, cfo 55, were very excited about what Tuskegee has to offer. Tuskegee has renovated the Margaret Washingto n Hall for their Homecoming on October 20th. They take on Kentucky State. They will also host a Golf Tournament in August 2013. High School students Wtldens QYuste, Henry Tillman, Jr., Dontrey Bailey, and Chris Miranda came out to see what programs the institutions of higher learning had to offer. Lindsey Askew, Vice President of Spelman College Alumnae Chapter of Tampa Bay, had a great time explaining what GOALS means to Spelman College. 'G' is for Global engagement, 0 is for Opportunities for undergraduate research & career related internship, 'A' is for Alumnae connections, 'L' is for Leadership development, and 'S' is for Service Learning. Spelman has a 78% graduation rate that makes it a strong choice nationally. Darlene L. Brown, of Florida Memorial University, talked about the school's new dorms, the amenities of the gymnasium, and the courses offered. Gerald Richardson, of Bethune-Cookman University, talked about the university's Pre-Professional Programs: Dentistry, Engineering, Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, and Veterinary Medicine. O 'Hara G. Hannah, of Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, said the school is ready for the 2013 Class with a new Boo unit dorm and a new program, the School of Business and Industry. Whanon Wildcats lose m en c 0 0 To Durant Cougars d On September 28th, the stage was set for two undefeated high school teams, the Wharton Wildcats and the Durant Cougars. The Wildcats had home field advantage, a strong passing game an d a l ed by Vernon Hargreaves, III. But that wasn't enough to tD m :a stop the Cougars. Durant won the game 13-12 with a CD first quarter interception N returned for a touchdown N by Terry Grimsley and a late touchdown run by Crispian Atkins. (Photography by Toby Scott, of Chow and Scott Keepsakes). The 4-o Cougars stood ready for an outstanding season. .... w

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Redsklns' Grlftln, Ill suners 'Mild Concussion' Robert Griffin, III was escorted to the locker room after being hit in the helmet. LANDOVER, Md. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan says quarterback Robert Griffin, III got a "mild concussion" when he was hit in the helmet on a sack during Washington's 24-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Griffin left Sunday's game in the third quarter and did not return Team spokesman Tony Wyllie says Griffin was examined by an independent neurologist before being sent home from the team s stadium and will be evaluated again Monday. Wyllie adds Griffin got a cut on his chin. The Reisman Trophy winner and No 2 overall pick in this year s draft was slammed into by Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon's side on a third-and-goal play with about six minutes left in the third quarter. Harrison Smith Eiected For Shoving OHicial Ill :;) Q. z tij Harrison Smith was the ...1 Vikings' first-round pick S (29th overall) in the 2012 Ill draft. ...1 Minnesota Vikings rookie i= safety Harrison Smith ffi was ejected in the second quarter in the team s game against the Titans Sunday for contact with an official. After Antoine Winfield picked off Tennessee QB Matt Hasselbeck, Smith was engaged in a tiff with receiver Nate Washington. An official stepped in between the two and force full y pushed Smith several yards away from Washington. Smith then put his hand on the officials shoulder and tried to shove him out of the way to continue jawing with Washington. Smith was flagged 15 yards for unsportsmanlike conduct and thrown out of the game, leaving Minnesota thin in the sec ondary. ...1 u.. Suisham Drills Winner As Steelers Top Eagles 16-14. PITISBURGH Backed up deep in their own territo ry, their slow start to the season in danger of turning into a legitimate freefall the Pittsburgh Steelers did what they always seem to do when things get tight. They relaxed. Ben Roethlisberger converted a pair of critical third downs during a remarkably patient 64 yard drive over the final 6:33 and :! Shaun Suisham drilled a W 34-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Steelers to Q. a 16-14 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in the rain on Sunday. We had the ball last," Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin said. "Such is life." It' s a way of life the Eagles had grown comfortable with during the season's opening month. Philadelphia (3-2) appeared on the verge of its third one': point win of the season when Michael Vick hit Brent Celek for a score midway through the fourth quarter. lobe Misses Twolakers' Pracuces With Foot woes Kobe Bryant missed both Lakers' practices on Friday after taking part in the first four days of training camp. EL SEGUNDO Calif. -Kobe Bryant sat out both of the Los Angeles Lakers practices on Friday with soreness in his right foot. Bryant practiced on the Lakers' first four days of training camp, but skipped the morning session Friday. The Lakers expected him to practice in the evening ses sion, but the superstar was held out after further evalu ation The fifth-leading s corer i n NBA history is beginning his 17th season with the Lakers. He is a five-time NBA champion and a 14time All-Star. Allen Cheered At Heat Scrimmage RAY ALLEN MIAMI -Ray Allen drew cheers for the first time in Miami. Someone wearing his old Boston jer sey got booed Still getting used to things in Miami, Allen went to the wrong end of the court when lining up for the national anthem. But once play began in Miami s open scrimmage Wednesday night, he was right at home, making the first 3-pointer he tried in Heat colors -albeit the practice-jersey varietyand scoring 13 points in his unofficial debut. Most of the c rowd of 11,221 cheered all night, except when two women were spotted in Celtics jer seys, one of them Allen's former No. 20. Dwight Howard Slams Shaquille O'Neal: 1ime To Move On' New Lakers center Dwight Howard responded to Lakers icon Shaquille O'Neal on Thursday, one week after O'Neal put him behind for mer Lakers center Andrew Bynum and Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez in his center r ankings "I don t care what Shaq s a ys Howard told reporters after practice W ednesday according to The Los Angeles Times. "Shaq pla y ed the game and he is done. It's time to move on. He hated the fact when he played that older guys were talking about him and how he played. Now he' s doing the exact same thing. New Lakers center Dwight Howard fired back at former great Shaquille O'Neal. Just let it go There' s no sense for him to be talking trash to me. He did his thing in the league. Sit back and relax. Your time is up. Barklev Thinks leBron Can Be Bener Than Jordan NEW YORK -Charles Barkley thinks LeBron James can be better than Michael Jordan. Jordan is considered by many the best player in NBA history, but Barkley believes his te ammate with the Dream Team can be surpassed b y James. I do think he can be better than Michael," Barkley said I thought I would never compare somebody to Michael Jordan. But this guy, LeBron James, he does everything well Michael did everything well. LeBron James is,just big ger, stronger, faster. That's the only difference. James won his first NBA title and third MVP award last season, joining Jordan as the only players to win the NBA title, regular-season MVP, NBA Finals MVP and Oly mpic gold medal in the s ame year. CHARLES BARKLEY Jordan won six champi onships during his Hall of Fame career. "Unfortunately for LeBron, now that the monkey is off his back, he is going to be compared to two peo ple: Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan," Barkley said. "So now the question is how many championships can he get? We all know he is a competitor .' HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY (HART) ACCEPTING BIDS The Hillsborough Transit Authority (HART) will be accepting bids for the following: IFB-886CG 21st Avenue Administration Building Audio VIsual Equipment and Installation IFB-601CGAvenue CCTV Security Surveillance System All inquiries pertaining to these IFBs must be directed to: Kim Brady, Contracts Specialist, Hillsborough Transit Authority, 1201 East 7th Avenue, Tampa, Florida, 33605, (813) 384-6365 or e -mail at bradyk@goHART.org. Information pertaining to these solicitations will be available for download through our website at 1 Business Opportunities I Open Solicitations.

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ports BFAurY UNUMnED m Tiger Woods To Finish Ex-NFt Plaver Year At Turkev, Malavsia g And California Events TIGER WOODS The PGA Tour's FedEx Cup playoffs and the Ryder Cup are over, but Tiger Woods goes on. On Friday, Woods announced his schedule for the remainder of 2012 on TigerWoods.com. Woods is playing in the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final in Turkey starting Tuesday. From Oct. 16-18, he is hosting an amateur event at Pebble Beach. Then W oods goes back overseas for the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Oct. 25-28. He will conclude his season as usual at the World Challenge event he hosts at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Calif., Nov. 28-Dec. 2. Pennv Hardawav Agrees To Join Group 01 Minoriti Owners For NBA's Grizzlies PENNY HARDAWAY NASHVILLE, Tenn.NFL quarterb ack Peyton Manning and his wife, Ashley, and former NBA player Penny Hardaway have agreed to join the group of minority owners for the Memphis Grizzlies. The Mannings and Hardaway join a minority group that includes singer and actor Justin Timberlake and a couple Memphis businessmen. Pera, owner of a Cal i f ornia tech company, agree d t o buy t h e G rizzlies fro m Michael Heisley in June for $35 0 milli o n. T h e NBA is exp ec te d t o app r o ve the s al e thi s mont h. Timberlake was b orn in Memp his. Hardaway is a Memphis native who played collegiately at thenMemphis State. Ashley Manning once lived in Memphis and married Peyton there on St. Patrick's Day in 2001. Peyton Manning played at the University of Tennessee across the state in Knoxville Greulnthonv Featured In Min Romnev Ad GREG ANTHONY Former NBA point guard Greg Anthony is no stranger to politics. The native Nevadan is featured in a new ad for Republican pres-idential n ominee Mitt Romney. "I re all y lost faith in [Pres Barack Obama]," Ant hony says in the 3 0-second ad, which was uploaded to Y ou Tube Friday. ''I'm s u p po rtin g Mitt Romney He's a no-ex c use kind o f guy and over the last f our years, I think we 've heard enough excuses." Duri ng t he a d Anthony admits he v o te d for O bama in 2008 b eca use he "thought he'd be a cen t rist." Anthony also cites high unemployment rates in Nevada for not sup porting the president again for four more years. LARRY JOHNSON LAS VEGAS -Las police say former NFL run ning back Larry Johnson is in jail after he was arrest ed in a felony domestic vio lence case involving an exgirlfriend at a Las Vegas Strip resort. Police officer J ose Hernandez says the 32-year-old Johnso n was arrested early Friday at the Bellagio. It wasn't clear if the 32-year-old woman received medical treatment. Charles Barklev Falls Asleep OnSet CHARLES BARKLEY ... sleeping It's not easy being on TV all the time. Sometimes you're overworked, tired and nothing sounds better than a quick nap. Just ask Mike Francesa. During a recen t filming o f the NBA TV s ho w O pen Court," Charles Barkley w a s caught doz i n g off, much to the delight o f col l e a gues Reggie Miller, Chris Webber a n d Kenny Smith. Like Francesa, Barkley h i d es his slum be r we ll. He pretend s that he wa s l o o king at his h an d s, and when h e realizes he g ot caught, h e can't hel p b u t smile AD ELLA Only occasionally do we feature someone so special we get demands for her to be featured again. Adelia has joined the elite few with this honor as our Beauty Unlimited feature. The young lady with the dazzling smile is diverse intelligent, talented, sexy, and stepped i nto the world in 2006, and continues to com pete Adelia has a passion for the arts, and possesses many talents. Not only has she competed in several competitions in sculpture, painting graphic, and contemporary arts but she walked away with the prize. As an entrepre neur, Adelia is an organizer, a promotions coordinator, hostess for celebrity parties, and a b u s i ness w oman. What s next for thi s up and coming young lady.-the film industry. Congratulations to Adelia as our l;leauty Unlimited feature! Prevention & Education Extractions Crowns & Bridges Dentures Partia l s Root Canal Therapy Repair & Relines *Gold Crown (Rea Q Available *Patient Relaxatio n :0 CD c ...... "TT ,.. 0 :0 0 )> tJ) m z ::f z m ,.. a:l c: ,.. ,.. m ::f z "U c: a:l ,.. ii) J: m 0 m < m .... c: m tJ) 0 )> z 0 "TT :0 6

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N o Entertainment Creed Singer Scon Stapp Adele Releases New Savs T.l. Saved His Ute 0 T.I. is not just binge hallucination and Skyfall the a rapper and a re then attempted suicide. theme song for C ality star, he is a Stappjumped4ofeetand the new James ffi h e ro fractured his skull. I laid out Bond film of In his new there for two and a half the same name memoir Sinner s hours and my guardian angel will be per-Creed Scott T.I. showed up rapper T.I.," formed by Stapp, lead singer of the Stapp said. This is not the award winning ADELE American rock band Creed first time T.I. has saved artist Adele; talks about a dark time in his someone from an attempted Co-written by Adele and life that involved a drug suicide. frequent collaborator Paul Epsworth, "Skyfalr is a clasuncle luke savs He Hasn't Been Paid For 'Pop Thaf French Montana scored his first #1 single with "Pop That," featuring Drake, Rick Ross and Lil Wayne a few UNCLE weeks ago. LUKE However it looks like the C rapper that they sampled ff: hasn't b een compensated for c it yet. Uncle Luke said at z the BET Hip Hop Awards c:t that there's no check in his c en pocket yet for "Pop That." "When I heard the song I said, 'Oh this is a hit,' and the next thing I sai d is, Where's my check?" "Ain't nobody told me about my check yet. I have not gotten the c heck yet, so I'm loo king for the check," he said, adding that he w ould track down French's boss to sort it all out. "I'm gonna talk to Diddy in the back about it." w .... w > w John legend Cancels Nonh American Tour c w :::E: en :J m L z i= w _, _, John Le-gend, the R&B singer and song wri te r, abruptly canceled a North American tour on Thursday JOHN that had been LEGEND scheduled to start later this month m _, He said he was having trou-W ble finishing the album he had originally planned to z release to coincide with the shows this fall. a: 0 _, In a letter to his fans posted on his website last Thursday, Mr. Legend said that he had fallen behind in the studio and had not yet finished "Love in the Future, "his first new album since "Wake Up!," a retro soul project with the Roots. The original plan, he said, had been to finish the album and start performing the new s ongs on this fall's tour, which he had an nounced would begin m Clearwater, Oct. 16. u.. latitah On Nicki-Mariah Beet: 'You Have To Respect Your Elders" QUEEN LA.TIFAH, MARIAH CAREY And NICKI MINAJ Hip-Hop veteran, Queen Latifah, weighed in on the witch's brew stirring on American Idol" when she paid a visit to "An derson Live" to chat with host Anderson Cooper. As previously reported, diva Mariah Carey and newcomer Nicki Minaj had an altercation that led to the show 's auditions being canceled for the day, and accusations by Carey that Minaj threatened to shoot her. While Latifah said that she would "never take sides in ignorance," she also made it clear in a nice way -that Minaj needed to get her status up before trying to disrespect some one with as much longevity and clout as Mariah Carey. After Carey called into "T he View" to tell Barbara Walters that Minaj called her a bi*ch and threat ened to shoot her, the Beez In The Trap" rapper took it to the tweets. sic 007 song, and features a 77-piece of orchestra. For the last James Bond film, Quantum of Solace Adele was rumored to be the replacement for the late Amy Winehouse, but it was in stead recorded b y Jack White and Alicia Keys. The title song for the films are frequently hits, and have been performed by many legendary artists including, Louie Armstrong, Tina Turner and Gladys Knight. James Bond first ap peared in the 1953 novel Casino Royale by Ian Flemming and Sean Connery became the first Bond actor on the big screen fifty years ago with Dr. No. Bow Wow Tells Child Suppon Judge He Makes $4kAMonth Bow Wow should be on cloud nine knowing that he will be one of the new hosts of L...--=== BET's 106 & BOW Park. However, WOW he might want to ask Birdman for a raise. Last Monday (October 1st), Bow Wow was busy haggling with a j udg e over how much child support he should pay for his one year-old daughter, Shai. Bow was able to finag l e kicking in $3K a month to his baby s mother Joie Chavis. However, the amount of money he is claiming to earn a month is ironically low consid ering he's part of YMCMB, short for Young Money Cash Money Billionaires. Bow Wow told the judge ... he makes $4,000 a month working as an employee at Cash Money Records and that's it. He testified he leases a Jeep and has a grand total of $ 1,500 in his ac count. The judge will have some tough questions for Bow Wow in December when the court rules on a permanent child support order In the meantime the judge ordered Bow Wow to pay $11,500 in back child support. lanve Deletes All Tweets, Returns Comparing Steve Jobs To Mll, MJ And Walt Disnev The love hate relationship between rappers and Twitter c ontinues. Last week, Kanye West pulled a "do over" on Twit terdom deleting all of his previous Tweets with "BE BACK SOON" being the lone remaining message. But have no fear, Yeezy came back and went on a short di atribe bigging up the late Steve Jobs. As much as we all use iPhones, iPads, MacBook Pros, why not honor the Apple co-founder? "We lost Steve a year ago today ... ," tweeted Yeezy, who channeled his inner doom and used all caps. "He KANYEWEST is one of the most inspiring and influentia l human be ings of our existence along with Michael Jackson, Walt Disney and Dr. King. Let's be thankful for his l ife and respect his legacy by never compromising on our future." Brown Makes Video Confessing His love For Rihanna The saga continues ... Chris Brown broke it off with rebound girl, Karrueche Tran, to rekindle his "friendship" with ex toxic flame, Rihanna. "I have decided to be sin gle to focus on my career. I love Karrueche very much, but I don't want to see her hurt over my friend ship with Rihanna," Chris Brown said through his spokesman on Thursday. "I' d rather be single allowing us to be both be happy in our lives." After being spotted kiss ing, hugging and hotel-hop ping with Rihanna all over New York, Chris Brown RIHANNAAnd CHRIS BROWN made a mini-doc saying that he's in love with two women. It's not that he's a "dog," he explains, he's just sensitive like his mother taught him. Rihanna responded to her man opening up about their renewed romance on Twitter. Jav-z surprises Fans As He Takes The Subwav To Broolllvn Concert Jay-Z kicked off his final concert during the opening of the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn, where the re launched Nets will play, b y taking the N train. Subway strap hangers were shocked as Jay s t rolled onto the train at Canal Street in lower Manhattan, and rode to the Barclays Center stop. Jay-Z owns a small inter est in the Brooklyn Nets, but he has become the team's biggest symbol. The Brook lyn native has characterized the building of the new cen ter, and the relocation of the former New Jersey Nets there, as a homecoming. The new center comes amid widespread renovation of the Jay Z photographed on the subway by a quick thinking rider. downtown Brooklyn neigh borhood. At least one quick thinking commuter, who goes by Rare Unlimited on Twitter, snapped pictures of Jay-Z on the train and uploaded them to his Instagram page.

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Memoriams BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM MR. JAMES EVERESST WILLIAMS, JR. Sunrise: Oct. 11, 1985 Sunset: May 6, 2012 Our hearts love you, our spirits miss you, our souls caring for you. Miss you James! Love: Amber and your son, Jayven, and grandmother, Dora Williams. You'll always be my right hand. Brother and sisters miss you. GOD'S GARDEN MR. QUINTON P. WALKER God looked around his garden, and found an empty place. He then looked down upon the Earth, and saw your tired face. He put His arms around you, and lifted you to rest. God's Garden must be beautiful, He always takes the best. He knew you were suffering, He knew that you were in pain. He knew that you would never get well on Earth again. He saw the road was getting rough. And the hills were hard to climb, so he closed your weary eyelids, and whispered "Peace be thine." It broke our hearts to lose you, but you didn't go alone. For part of us went with you, the day God called you home. The Walker family. 5002 N. 40th Street "Our Business Is Service" 3000 N. 29th Tampa, FL 33605 (800) 605-3350 (8f3) 248-6125 T ampa Flo rida 33610 BIRTHDAY MEMORIAM JULIA THOMAS-WINSTON 10/9/19454/5/2011 mom/grandmother. From: Pamela, Garland, Pepe and Curlynn. We love you and miss you. UYWIUIIMS FUNEULHOME Mr. Kenneth Boston, Tampa. Mrs. Undine Duggins, Tampa. Mr. Joseph Mitchell, Sr., Riverview, FL. Mr. Milton Rutledge, Tampa. STONE'S MEMORIAL FUNEULHOIE Thomas Bernard Jamerson, IV, Tampa. WILSON FUNEULHOIE Derrick Julian Dixon, Jr., Tampa. Charles McCaskill, Sr., Tampa. Well-Known Former West Tampa Pastor Passes g a Last Tuesday, October 2, 2012 a well known pastor in the African Methodist Episco pal Church passed. Reverend John Milton Rutledge passed away in Tampa at the Melech Hospice House. Rev. Rutledge was pastor of Mt. Olive AME Church in West Tampa from 1981 until his retirement in 2002. He served the congregation there for 21 years with love respect and devotion. In turn, he was equally admired and loved by his members. He was also the pastor of churches in Apalachicola Marianna, Green Co v e Springs and Or mond Beach before being as signed to Tampa. Not onl y was Rev. Rutledge active in the Christian community he was also active in political circles in the Tampa Bay area. A native of Pensacola, FL, Rev. Rutledge completed his education in the Escambia REV. J. M. RUTLEDGE County Schools. Rev. Rutledge is survived by his wife Barbara, 8 chil dren grandchildren numerous other famil y members, church members and friends Funeral services for Rev. Rutledge will be held on Sat urday, October 13th 11 a. m. Mt. Olive AME Church 1902 W. LaSalle St. Visitation will be on Friday, October 12, 6-8 p. m at Ray Williams Home, 301 N Howard Ave. tD m l:l !" .... N ., r-0 :!:! Son 01 Popular Insurance Agent Dies Suddenlv c )> en m z ::::! z KENNETH BOSTON ... Died suddenly BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor The son of a popular Tampa insurance agent died suddenly. Close family member discov ered Kenneth Boston, 51, in h i s Lutz home on Sunday. He lived alone His sister, Ms. Sadahri Berry said the cause of death has not been determined. However her brother suffered from diabetes Boston was a native of Jacksonville, Florida, where he began his education. After his family moved to Tampa, he continued his education in the Hillsborough Coun ty m S c hool Dist r ict. H e rfrom King High School. Boston was the son o f Ms. rHerma White and J Boston, of Jacksonvill e. ::::! graduating from high school, Z h e entered the workforc e b e gan w orking in tD rsale s. At the time o f h i s death, % Boston was wo r k ing m United Health Care as an pendent agent. He < Medicare and Medicaid m Ms z c ., In addition to Boston also loved CO()klJlg, l :!;! Ut::1.1111JO:.I C and loved the water. He had sail boat and he just loved ing," Ms. White said. In addition to his parents, Boston is survived by two sis ters, other family members and friends His funeral services will be held Sunday, ucto1J1er1 14th at Ray Williams Funeral Home. .... .......

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Nr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------National ffi Mom 014 Was Drunk m When She Shot Her lids 0 And Hersell Dead TONY A THOMAS (center) And Her Kids, JOEL, JAZZLYN JAXS And PEBBLES JOHNSON PORT ST. JOHN FL The mothe r who s hot her four children and herself d e ad at her Port St. John, Fla. home on Ma y 15 had two times the legal lim i t of alcohol in her 0 sy s tem tt For r easons unknown to U.. famil y and friends Tonya 0 Thomas, 33 used a Taurus z c:( .38 caliber revolver to fire shots into her children, Joel o Johnson, 12, Jazzlyn en Johnson, 13, Jaxs John son, 15, and Pebbles Johnt> C son, 17, before killing herself within a 35 minute period During that time, three of Thomas' children r a n to a neighbor s house before the mother called them back home according to police. Though an autops y report states that Pebbles likely pas s ed out after returning. Thomas was found dead on her couch from a self in flicted gunshot wound to the head. The gun was still in her hand when cops found her w > w 0 w en :J m ::) L Fireman Wins Retaliation lawsuit z t= w ...I ...I ::) m ...I w z t= z w en c:( 0 tt 0 ...I u.. SELMA, TEXAS The Justice Department has en tered into a settlement to re solve allegations that the City of Selma, Texas, violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 b y engaging in r etaliation against a firefj.ghter. Adam Sadler wa s de moted from Lieutenant to fire fighter because he filed a complaint against the City's Fire Chief use of ethnic slurs in the workplace. Title VII prohibits an em ployer from retaliating against an individual for opposing any employment practice that would violate Title VII, for filing a complaint of discrimina tion or for assisting in the investigation of such a com plaint The city will pay Sadler, who has since secured em ployment with another fire de partment $28,500 in back pay. It has also agreed to modify its existing Equal Employ ment Opportunity (EEO) policies and procedures to in clude, the investigation of dis crimination and retaliation complaints Also as part of the settle ment the City has agreed to provide training to all supervi sory employees and all city fire department employees con cerning the new EEO policies, including Title VII's prohibi tion against discrimination and retaliation. Sadler initially filed his complaint with the San Anto nio Field Office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). After the EEOC was unsuccessful in resolving the complaint, the complaint was referred to the Department of Justice for liti gation. Republican legislator: Slaverv was 1 "Blessing" For Black People ARKANSAS There is an old saying that goes: "All Re publicans aren t racists ; but all raci s ts are Republicans." This might be an exaggeration of fact s, but Republican legislator from Arkansas Jon Hub bard, certainly adds fuel to the flame. In a book overflowing with bigoted statements Letters to the Editor: Confessions of a Frustrated Conservative ," Hubbard makes some start lingly claims about Black and Hispanic Americans, including predicting there will eventually be a race extermination war like Nazi Germany. Slavery was good for black people: ... the institution of sla v e ry that the black race has long be lieved to be an abomination upon its people may actually have been a blessing in dis guise. The blacks who could endure those conditions and circumstances would someday be rewarded with citizenship in the greatest nation ever estab lished upon the face of the Earth. If you think slavery was bad you should have seen Africa: African Americans must understand that even while in the throes of slavery, their lives as Americans are likely much better than they ever would have enjoyed living in sub-'Sa haran Africa. ""Knowing what we know today about life on the African continent, would an existence spent in slavery have been any crueler than a life spent in sub-Saharan Africa? Black people are ignorant: "Wouldn't life for blacks in America today be more enjoy able and successful if they would only learn to appreciate the value of a good education?" CHECK US OUT c:o -ONLINE WWW.FLSENTINEL.CO www.facebook.com/flsentinel www. twitter .com/flsenti nelb South Carolina Inmate Punches Lawver After Being Sentenced To 15 Years YORK COUNTY, SOUTH CAROLINAInmate Lamarcus Williamson recently earned himself additional time to an already daunting prison sentence after assaulting his public defender in the court room. Williamson, 30, was so disenchanted with the 15 year bid he just received-that after pleading guilty to robbery, as sault and drug charges he surprised those in attendance b y punching to his court ap pointed lawyer, Dan Hall. Next thing I knew, I felt a blow to m y mouth and I hit the floor," said Hall r e collecting. Luckily for the lawyer constables saw that William-son was ex hibiting volatile be havior, and LAMARCUS were there WILLIAMS to stop him from doing further damage to Hall. An additional six months were tacked on to Williamson's sentenc e for contempt of court after the in cident and the criminal may also face assault charge s Robberv Suspect Dies In Police Car MILWAUKEE, WI-Back in July of 2011, Derek Walker was struggling to breathe while in the back of a Milwaukee police vehicle and pleaded with cops to help him. But cops did nothing to aide the man whom they arrested on suspicion of robbery. He died in the car minutes later The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that it took ten months of negotiations and requests to secure the dashcam video of Walker's final moments. The newspaper published the video on their website on Sept. 23. City officials from the fire police and prosecutors offices reviewed the video months ago and deter mined the cops did noth ingwrong. Walker's death was ruled a natu ral death until a JournalDEREK Sentinel in -WALKER vestigation prompted the medical e x am iner s office to change that ruling to a homicide. At a news conference last week, Milwaukee Police Chief. Edward Flynn said the officers "miSsed signals that Williams was in dis tress." Chief Flynn said Walker's death was a result of a training issue Cops Fatallv Shoot Armv Reservist In Alleged Road Rage Incident NEW YORK Army re servist Noel Polanco shot dead by NYPD officers early Thursday after they pulled him over on the highway near LaGuardia Airport. Polanco was not armed and no gun was found in his car Just a four-volt Ryobi power drill he used at the local Honda dealership where he worked. "What s so bad about a drill? Polanco's mom Ce cilia Reyes, said. What could he have don e with a drill honestl y ? The tragic shooting took place Thursday morning when police pulled him over because they claim that he was driving er raticall y and refused to stop The two Emergenc y Service Unit vehicles that were chasing him were unmarked. Polanco was driving co-worker NOEL Diane De-POLANCO Ferrari and an off-duty NYPD officer, Vanessa Rodriguez, home at the time his car was stopped. When the chase ended cops allegedly asked everyone in the car to put their hands up The cop shot Polanco through an open window on the passenger side DeFerrari sa i d that cop s killed Polanco in an act of pure road rage because he cut them off on the r oad.

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Crime c Second Delendantln Triple Murder Gets lite Sentence ESTABAN MERCHAN ... Sentenced to life in prison On Friday, the second defendant in a triple murder case entered a guilty plea. The murders took place at the Brandon home of one of the victims on December 29, 2009. On Friday, Circuit Judge Emmett Battles sentenced Esteban Merchan to life in prison without the possibility of early release. Merchan pleaded guilty to 3 counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. Judge Battles sentence his co-defendant, Prentiss Jackson, 21, to life in prison without the possibility of early release on December 2 2011. Jackson, who allegedly shot two of the victims, was convicted of two counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted sec ond-degree murder During the early morning hours of December 29 2009, Tony Black, 22 ; PRENTISS JACKSON ... Sentenced to life in prison Rafael G. Guadalupe, 21; and Ralph Arroyo, 21; were visiting at the home of 22-year-old Vincent Thomas. Several shots rang out and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office responded. Upon the arrival of the deputies, they discovered the bodies of Black, Thomas, and Guadalupe in the backyard of the residence. Black and Thomas were each shot twice. Guadalupe was stabbed 52 times. Police also found Arroyo in the front of the residence. He had been beaten and stabbed. Arroyo survived. During the investigation, police identified Prentiss Jackson, 21, of Kissimmee and 22-yearold Estaban Merchan as the defendants. Jackson was arrested in Osceola County on January 4, 2010. The York Police Department and U. S Marshals arrested Estaban Home Invasion Suspect Shot LEONARD PORTER ..... home invasion suspect reported to be in critical condition. Tampa Police report that a man suspected of being involved in a home invasion robbery was shot and was last reported to be in critical condition. Police said around 2:30 a. m. Saturday, Leonard Porter, 34, broke into a house, pointed a handgun at the homeowner, and demanded money. The homeowner, Teresa Martin, so, told police when she told Porter she had no money, he forced her onto her stomach on the bed. She said she struggled with Porter, and during the fight, Porter's gun fired, striking him in the head. After the gun went off, police said Martin ran into the living room and woke up a friend who was sleeping on the couch. The friend called police. Police said Porter had been sought in another home invasion, and is still reported to be in critical condition. Police arrested two others, Johnny Acevedo, Jr., 31, ad Audra Noel Steadman, 30, charging them with home invasion robbery, robbery, and armed burglary with assault and battery. VINCENT THOMAS 3/2/1987 to 12/29/2009 TONY BLACK 11/25/1987 to 12/29/2009 on York County, Pennsylvania on January 8, 2010. Initially, the Hillsborough County State Attorney's Office had set the case for Estaban as a death penalty case. He guilty to three counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted first-degree mur der Mark Cox, spokesman for the Hillsborough County State Attorney, said Jackson was convicted by a jury of second-degree mur der. Cox further said that there were gang overtones in the case. Man Charged In Fatal Shoouna During Home Invasion r 1 .. J ... :.: -,_ ,. JUSTIN HART And CHARLES STONE ST PETERSBURG St. Petersburg Police detectives report that a second man has been charged with first degree murder in the shoot ing death of a m;m during a home invasion in June. Detectives had been search ing for Justin Hart, 23 since the June 19th home invasion that resulted in the fatal shooting of Richard Shaw. Hart was found last Wednesday leaving a resi dence and taken into custody. A second man, Charles C. Stone, 28, had been charged in August with murder. Two other suspects are being sought. Shoplifting leads To Anemed Murder Charge WUISMURRAY Temple Terrace Police have charged a man with attempt ed murder after a shoplifting incident escalated into a life threatening encounter. Police said the incident occurred on Friday, September 30th at 7:45 p. m. at the K-Mart Store, 5400 East Busch Boulevard. Police reported that a man and woman tried leaving the store with a so-innch flat screen television and an alarm clock in a shopping cart. The merchandise was valued at $840 SHADAVEYA JONES the agent in the neck, and he along with Jones starting fighting the agent. Murray reportedly told Jones to get the car and run them over. Jones reportedly got into the vehicle and drove toward them, striking the agent on the foot. Another agent arrived and noticed Murray was armed with a knife, and was alleged ly trying to stab the first agent in the neck. The second agent was able to get the knife away from Murray as Jones reportedly leaned through the passenger win dow and continued to strike the agents. Police arrived and Murray and Jones were arrested at the scene. m en c 0 (") a m m ::u !D PI) 0 .... PI) ., r 0 ::u a ,. en m z m r m c r r The couple, later identified as Louis Murray, 32, and Shadaveya Jones, 23, were seen by a loss prevention agent passing all the points of sale without paying for the items. The agent told police Murray and Jones were leaving the store through the Garden Center when he approached them and asked them to return inside. to the report an argument began, and Murray allegedly punched z Murray-was charged with attempted murder attempted grand theft, battery and m resisting a merchant. Jones was charged with aggravated :I: battery, aggravated assault, simple battery and resisting a m merchant. < UNCLE SANDY .. 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Nr-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..-0 N a) a: w m 0 > tn w II LEGAL NOTICES II ______ FO;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;R 1,!;;;;;;;;11 II APTS. FOR RENT II The HUD Waiting List For All Unit Types Will Be Closed Effective October 9, 2012 At Aqua Apartments, Formally CTA Apartments, Due To Renovations Which Will Last Approximately Will Last Approximately 1 Year 4505 N. Rome Avenue Tampa, FL 33603 0 I I a: EMPLOYMENT II LL. 0 TL Parks Financial z Unlimited Income Potential a: w > Call (813) 405-7205 w 0 w :z: Rent Free Apartment tn ::; OnSite Handy Person m ::: Occasional Maintenance, Q. z Cleaning And Yard Work i= Non-Smoking Person w ...J ...J Apartment Maintenance ::: m P.O. Box 4714 ...J Tampa, FL 336n w z i= z w II II tn FOR RENT a: 0 Apartment ...J LL. 2 Bedroom/1 Bath 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Home 4 Bedroom/1 Bath CA/H, Deposit Section 8 Accepted (813) 453-0123 CONTACT LAVORA @ (813) 248-1921 w FOR DETAILS ON PLACING e, YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ----------1900 Caracas Street 1 Bedroom Efficiency Air Conditioned $500.00/Monthly $350.00/Deposit 2 Bedrom/1 Bath Home Available Call (813) 293-8431 Temple Terrace River Oaks 1 Bedroom Condo Washer/Dryer Included Covered Parking Gated Community $675.00/Monthly Call (813) 264-5464 (813) 265-2328 Evenings II HOMES FOR RENT II 8217 N. Hillsborough Ln. 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Porch, Fenced Yard Garage $800 00/Monthly $400 00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Robert (813) 381-0062 7008 N. Palmetto Lane Like New 4 Bedroom/2 Bath BlockHouse Central Alq, Tile Floors, Refrigerator, Range WID Hook-Up Fenced Yard Sect ion 8 Welcomed Call Harold 813-293-26n Nice 3121 ewner Looking For Good Familyl Newer 312, Block Home Central Heat/Air Storage Unit Recently Reduced Rent! Section 8/Credit Problems OK!!! Free Application www.jlmrents.com Or Call 813161Q-7186 No Pets, Please! On Section 8? We Have The Houses For You Call Now At 813.309.9988 And Ask For Myra Busch Gardens Area Newly Remodeled Section 8 Accepted 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Large Fenced Yard $1, 000.00/Month l y Call (813) 298-4521 8213 N. Hillsborough Ln. 3 Bedroom/1 Bath Double Fenced Lot, Carport, WDH $900 00/Rent $500.00/Deposit Section 8 Welcome Robert (813) 381-Q062 1413 E. Waters Avenue Nice 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Home $7 40.00/Month 12 Month Lease $35.00 Applicat ion Fee Credit Issues Ok With Income Verification And References If Interested Call 813-704-5994 Progress VIllage 7901 Dahlia 4 Bedroom/1 Bath Central HIA W/D Hook-up Fenced Yard $850.00/Monthly $700.00/Security Call (813) 61 o-8062 First Month Free $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History R!i!quired Newly Remodeled 2 Bedroom/1 Bath House W it h Carport 3620 Machado $675.00/Monthly (813) 238-6353 II Sulphur Springs Efficiency Apartment Large Near Bus Stop 3 And 4 Bedroom/2 Bath Ideal For S i ngle Person Quiet Fenced, CHA Neighborhood $850.00/Monthly $400.00 Deposit Or $1,000.00/Monthly All Utilities Included Section 8 Accepted Call (813) 220-0436 (813) 503-5321 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Studio Apartment 3418 North 49th Street For Rent Section 8 Only 3 Bedrooms/1 Bath Water Electr i c CHA, WDH And Cable Included Fenced Yard 1 Month Rent Availabl e Now Plus Depos i t Section 8 Welcome (813) no-2003 (813) 735-5295 Call (813) 236-2395 (813) 713-4055 Now Leasing II Cinnamon Cove APTS. FOR RENT Apartments $199 .00 Move-In Special Move In Special 1 And 2 Bedrooms 1st Month 1h Off Available Now For Immediate Move Very Spacious Section 8 Welcome 2 Bedroom/2 Bath Se Habla Espaf\ol $625.00/Monthly Contact Us At $300.00 Move-In Fee (813) 971-5254 A/C, New Tile/Carpet Call (813) 298-2499 Apartments For Rent N ice, Clean, Quiet North Tampa And Beautiful Temple Terrace 1 & 2 Bedrooms 2 And 3 Bedrooms $450.00 $500.00 From $750 .00 No Smoking/No Drugs WDH 0 Deposit Credit, Background No Application Fee And Income Checked Section 8 Seniors And Working Vouchers Welcome People Preferred 813-915-9787 (813) 298-8245 BLICATION DEADLINES Edition Thursday@ 1 P.M. Friday EdHion Monday @ 12:00 P.M. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATE $10.00 1 Words And 60$ For Each Additional Word Over 20 This Price Is Each Time You Publish Your Ad

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c! II APTS. FOR RENT II ___ EX=ES II ROOMS FOR RENT II &.;.II =BU=SIN=ES=S =OP=S. II HANDYMAN m en c II (") Very, Very Quite Bright And Clean 1 00% Remodeled Beautiful Layout 2 Bedroom Apartments $675 Moves You fnl 813-221-2120 Oak Gardens 11734 North 15th Street (15th Street And Fletcher) II First Months Rent FREE $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required Good Neighbors 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Apartment Central A/C 4005 North 34th St. #A $550.00/Monthly Including Water (813) 238-6353 DUPLEXES Sulphur Springs 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex Quiet Area $550 00/Monthly $300 00 Deposit Call (813) 503-5321 First Month Rent Free $50.00 Moves You In Excellent Rental History Required 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Burglar Bars 3023-B North 48th Street $575.00/Monthly Section 8 Only Will Accept 1 Bedroom Voucher For 2 Bedroom Duplex With Washer And Dryer Newly Decorated Fenced Yard Water, Sewer And Trash Included 1418 E. Bougainvillea Ave. 813-545-3925 Se Habia Espanoi II North Tampa 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplexes 1 For $600.00/Monthly $500.00/Security Each Call (813) 363-8094 48th & Hanna Area 2 Bedroom/1 Bath Duplex $600.00/Monthly Plus Deposit Includes Water And Trash Call (813) 61 G-8062 New Duplex For Rent 3215% North 49th Street Apartment #D Highland Pines Only $595 00 211 W/D Hook-up Includes Water 813-695-8718 Temple Terrace Move-In Special Brand New Large 2 Bedroom Tile Duplex QuieVFam i ly Oriented Area $625.00/Monthly Includes Water (813) 598-6337 II ROOMS FOR RENT II Rooms For Rent Nice, Clean And Quiet No Smoking Backgrounds Will Be Checked VISA/Master Card Only Call (813) 298-8245 West Tampa South Of 1-275 Near Armenia Or Near Ybor/Downtown Furnished $400.00 $500.00/Monthly Includes All Utilities Cable & Personal Fridge Income/Employment Verification (813) 545-8074 SUPPC>RT THE FLC>RIDA. SENTINEL A.DVERTISEFlS USF Area Large Rooms For Rent $500.00/Monthly Includes All Utilities Nice Large Fenced Yard Call (813) 932-()696 Furnished SSI Or Fixed Income Older Person Preferred Cable W/D Full Kitchen $400.00/Monthly All Utilit i es Included No Drugs (813) 516-1811 Gann & Gann Rentals 806 Floribraska Avenue Rooms For Rent $305 00/Monthly Plus Deposit Background Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 949-8997 Room For Rent Sulphur Springs Area Very C l ean Close To Transportation $450.00/Monthly Plus Secur i ty Suitable For One Includes Utilities/Cable Available I mmediately Call (813) 842-7902 Busch Gardens Area Plant City Fair Grounds Furnished, CHA WID, Cable All Utilities Pa i d Next To Bus Lines Quiet Neighborhood $120 00/Weekly Private Entrance (813) 478-1286 II BEDS FOR SALE II Beds Bunk Beds $150.00 $60. 00 $65. 00 $75.00 Twin Full Queen King $100.00 & Up Call (813) 31 G-0991 TL Parks Financial Is Seeking PresenVFormer Loan Officers And Mortgage Brokers For Credit Correction Company Unlimited Income Potential Call (813) 405-7205 II CARPET CLEANING II II Affordable Carpet Cleaning Deep Scrub $55.00 Flat Rate Ca$h ASAP (813) 484-6757 DNA TESTING II Paternity Test We Come To You! Results In 3 Days Legal Or Personal Testing Payment Plans 24-Hour Service Monday Saturday DLM-DNA Testing Services (813) 928-2753 www.dlmservicesusa.com Now Servicing Nationwide 1-888-651-57n Plumbing Services Installation, Repairs, Upgrade Tubs, Sinks Etc. lcemakers, Custom Plumbing Drain Cleaning II Sewer Repairs Replace Faucets Call Hank (813) 325-2147 HAULING All Junk Removal Furniture, Tree Debris Construction Garbage Or Anything Else No Job Too B i g Or Small Fast And Reasonable (813) 285-4674 II d aJ m ::0 !I' ..... N '11 r-0 CJ) m z ::::! z m i Junk Cars We Buy Junk Cars, Trucks And Vans Call (813) 784-8339 Need Money? We Pay Top Dollar For All Cars We Pay More For V8's Trucks And Vans Call (813) no-7188 Now!! r m ::::! z ., c: aJ r-c;; % m c m < m -t c: m CJ) c ,.. z c '11 ::u a !I< C) m N .....

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.... 0 ffi II ID JUNK CARS Ill 1.!;;;;;;;1 1.!;;;;;;;11 1!;;;;;;;11 II WE BUY HOUSES II 0 0 0 w ::::: tc a: &L c z c( c 0 w ::::: t-it w > w c w :::1: 0 :::i ID ::::: ll. z _. _. ::::: ID _. w z i= z We Buy Junk Cars And Trucks CALL J.R. (813) 966-3501 I BUY JUNK CARS.COM Top Dollar For Trucks, Vans And Cars With Or Without Title Running Or Not 24f7 Call (813) 344 4444 CASH For Cars, Trucks And Vans Free Hauling Lost Title OK Call (813) 626-5733 Or (813) 924-6255 God Bless We Pay "TOP" $CASH$ Up To $1 ,500.00 For Cars, Trucks Vans, Motorcycles Running Or Not With Or Without Title 24(7 (813) 695-2438 We Buy Unwanted Vehicles With Or Without Title Any Cond ition Make Or Model We Pay Up To $20,000 00 And Offer Free Towing Call Omar (813) 516-0847 II LEASE PROPERTY II a: 0 _. &L Church Sub-Leasing $750 00/Monthly If You Need Equipment Or Day Rental $250.00 Deposit For More Information Please Contact (941) 237-7626 Or (813) 227-8590 Barbershop/Church Office Space For Rent 804 East Floribraska $400 .00/Monthly 1 Large Room Partially Furnished Background Check Call (813) 229-8696 (813) 373-2515 (813) 949-8997 Woodard's Plumbing We Specialize In Faucets Leaks Drain Stoppage Cabinets S i nk Installation And All Plumbing Needs Call (813) 325-4643 Llcl 022650 II SALONS II A Different Me Hair Salon 6016 North 40th Street #C Now Hiring 2Stylists 2-Braiders Please Contact Devette 813-231-2100 All Micros $85.00 Body Plaits $65 .00 Kinky Twists $65.00 Box Plaits $40 00 $55 .00 Sew-In Weaves $45.00 Call For Appointment (813) 567-1429 Pizzazz Beauty Salon Now Has A Natural Hair Care Special ist Great Prices !!!! Contact Phyllis For An Appointment @ (813) 817-9040 Braids By Serina (813) 381-2105 Senegalese Twists $100 .00 Micros $115.00 Box Plaits $85.00 Kinky Twists $75.00 Bobs $70.00 Sew-Ins $50.00 Expressions Hair Studio Quick Weave Full Sew-In Basic Sew-In $40.00 $85 00 $50.00 Senegalese Twist $100.00 (813) 322-4333 Or (813) 3()()-()4()4 Michelle Stylist Styles By Meisha Specials Quick Weaves $30 00 Braid Styles $25 .00 $50 .00 Box Plaits, Kinky Twist, Micros $65.00 Long Plaits $85.00 And More (813) Quick Weave Wednesday Special $25 00 Sew-Ins $55.00 Call (813) 77G-2509 For An Appointment Spiritualist Healer Advisor True Woman Of God Can Help You On Love Marriage Business Sister Maya Can Remove Bad Luck Evil Spirits I Pay Cash In 3 Days For Your House Before I Buy Your House I Can Provide You With : 1. Proof Of Funds: Proving Have The Cash To Buy Your House. {813) 379-1151 7512 N. Armenia Avenue II SELL YOUR CAR II 2 : References: Phone Numbers Of People I've Bought Houses From Recently. II I Will Buy Your Trade -Ins Or Any Vehicle Honda Toyota, Nissan Lexus, lnfiniti, Acura Or Any Model If You Still Owe The Bank No Problem Paying Up To $25,000 (813) 335-3794 Sister Grace 1907 East Fletcher Palm, Card Reader Spiritual Cleansing Removes Bad Luck Evil Spells Restores Lost Nature Advise On Love/Marriage Health And Business Special Readings $5.00 Phone(813)506-9239 SPIRITUALIST -.: ... J ; .. ... ; .. \ ::-. _, ; ... ,-,-Call Dr. Cross Now. 1 -800 T767 Toll Free you are thete is help for you. Loss of a lowed one, bad-luck, siclcness, job problems. You can be helped. ... ._ :., -, ... t ...... t l 1 800 I I lb I Or. Croes can you 'fthere all othere have failed. GET NOTICED Place Your Ad In The Business Contact LaVora @ II Occupational License: That I Am A Legitimate Business Owner. Before You Sell Your House To Some Scrupulous Person Make Sure They Can Offer You The Same Credentials. Some Investors Make False Claims That They Have The Money To Buy Your House But Really Do Not. I Also Encourage You To Consult With Your Attorney Before Selling Me Your House Qr Anyone Else. We Value Our Relationsh i p With The Commun i ty And Appreciate The Continued Support Over The Years. I've Helped Hundreds Of People Get Cash Fast For Their House S ince August, 2000 I'm Here To Help You And Will Not Let You Down. II Call Me For A Free Consultation: Kenny Rushing, President Rehabber's Superstore, Inc. 813 675 7040 Ext.11 YARD SALE Bob's Fashion Jewelry Rosaries And Crucifixes Carolyn's Place Toys, Balls, Bikes Fishing Rods And Tackle HouseWares Used Furniture n30 Palm River Rd. II Fax To: {813) 8 or Email: ledwards@flsentinel.com

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